is there a better or best way to approach line/device CSS? The SRND doc of course says one way. Another way someone showed me the other day was interesting.
On the device CSS, allow ALL. (no restrictions) but then on the line, the restrictions are set by css. For example. On the line we allow Long Distance dialing only, no international.
We then create Route Patterns to block INT, but allow patterns for LD, Local, 911, etc.
Granted, there is probably a right ways to do this approach. But I have never done blocking before. I always do Class of Service by CSS/PT.
CSS_LD - (LD, Local, Internal, 911)
CSS_INT - (INT, LD, Local, Internal, 911, etc)
CSS_LD - PT_LD, PT_Local, PT, Internal, etc)
How do most design single site css/pt. Block to restricting dialing, or not including the PT that has the RP for outbound?