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Stop access to 192

Stop access to 192

Stop access to 192

Trying to find the best way to do this.
Trying to stop access to 192 (Directory enquires in UK)
boss and secutary need access to 192 but want everyone else to go to switch board if they dial 192 so receptionist can dial it for them.

Have barred a number in ld 90 before but I dont want it totaly barred some people need to be able to dial it.

Thanks for any help


RE: Stop access to 192

You could build a RLI with a very high FRL and allow access based on FRL for the NCOS

RE: Stop access to 192

sorry but that went over my head new to this.

Can see that NCOS would be the way to go cos we have that setup for international calls It would be ideal if 192 had the same restrictions as international calls. But i do not know how to do this.


RE: Stop access to 192

Worked it out.
For anyone else

Use NCOS Network Class of Service

LD 49
Req     PRT
Type    FCR
Cust    0
Crno    return

Prints out list of allow / deny used
we use
3    no external
4    External no International
7    International
8    Everything including 192

LD 49
Req    CHG
Type     FCR
Cust    0
Crno    3    This id the NCOS number 3,5,7 or 8 in our case
Deny    XXX    If you don’t want to deny press return
Alow    XXX    XXX is the number you want to allow / deny

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