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Hipath 4000 V5.0 _DID feature to be blocked for some users

Hipath 4000 V5.0 _DID feature to be blocked for some users

Hipath 4000 V5.0 _DID feature to be blocked for some users

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Hi Friends

one of our customer has Hipath 4000 V5.0 system .

PRI lines are connected with service provider.

we want to block DID calls to some users.

I tried to delete CPS 6 of that user but no use still DID calls are working to that users.

The trunks configured as S2CONN and we are trying to change teh trunk device to S2COD to enable the DID block features.

In new version there is cos parameter DIDBLK to block teh incoming DID calls.

Please suggest me to activate this feature in this V5 system.

Thanks in advance

RE: Hipath 4000 V5.0 _DID feature to be blocked for some users

DIDBLK is not only in the new version, it’s in the old version, it’s an old COS parameter. Your problem is that your device type is wrong so DIDBLK and CPS 6 does not apply. You’ve configured a tie trunk not a CO trunk so it’s not a DID call.

If you deleted CPS 6 and it didn’t work, why did you stop there? Get the EDOKU WABE description and look at the other CPS states. Might be 11 for TIE I can’t remember.

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