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CLS + CTD Qusetion

CLS + CTD Qusetion

CLS + CTD Qusetion

Situation: Opt 11C Rls 20.x

Mission:   To implement Auth Codes to provide LD facillities

Problem:   Auth codes work when set CLS = TLD or SRE but     notwhen CLS = CTD.

Question:  1. Is there a way to change the restrict value of CTD?

            Any other comments or suggestions would be most welcome here.



RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

You need to use NCOS and TGAR for that restrictions

RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

With CLS = CTD you ae using the restrictions enforced by BARS or NARS.  Within your RLB's there is a prompt called MFRL.  MFRL is the Minimum Facility Restriction level.  

For example:



Providing your NCOS's map to your FRL's on a 1-1 basis,
(NCOS1=FRL1, NCOS2=FRL2, NCOS3=FRL3 etc...) a phone with
an NCOS of 2 or lower would get prompted for an auth code for either route.  A phone with NCOS 3 could go out Route1
without being prompted, if all tunks were busy in route 1
and caller is route advanced to Route 3, the user would be
prompted for auth code.  A phone with NCOS 4 and higher
could go out either route without getting prompted for AC.
route.  A p

RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

 Thanks for the detailed post. It is the best answer I have received to date. I will be able to digest this info over the next couple of days. Your response fills in part of the picture I was missing. As I have a question where I am blocked, I'll post back. Thanks again.


RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

Hey Rhack!

  Great tip. Found LD 86, found FRL and MFRL both set to 0.
Changed FRL to 1 and found that the MFRL auto set to 1 as well. Did a check and whammo bammo! It worked great.


  I didn't mention that this customer is a hotel. (had enough to do to get this far) I found that the CTD FRL change followed into a checked in room. I guess I'll have to find out about the hospitality package and how that works to change the CLS on the checked in room.

  So two questions I have remaining (I think) at this time:
1. Have I got the concept of CLS change with a hotel correct per above (If I've written clearly enough?); and
2. How would I get non guest phones out of BARS and thereby getting them under the New Flexible Code Restriction (LD 49)digit control?


RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

Glad to be of partial help.  You've got me stumped on hospitality and new flexible code restriction though. I have worked with neither.

I take it when a room checks in, you want them to be able to dial without an auth code, however when a room is vacant, an authcode is required for LD calls.

When a room is checked in, is the phone in the room actually programmed automatically or does something else occur in the process.  Maybe there is way to activate the phone with a higher NCOS. Also did you check to see how your NCOS and FRL's are mapped (LD 86 or 87 - I forget, print NCTL, it will prompt you for a range.)

This will help you determine if raising the telephone NCOS, actually raises its FRL.

RE: CLS + CTD Qusetion

  You are close... but I can't yet tell you just where the change must be made. The parameter is somewhere around Basic Auth Codes. I WILL find out and I'll post what I did so you know.
  Your first post gave me enough clues so when I stumbled on the ref in LD 86, I was able to put it together. Don't think NFCR will have any bearing on this one.
  NFCR is a little like the way the DR5 Norstar programs digit restrictions.

Thanks again
Phone Man

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