I made after hours set as follows:
after-hours block pattern 1 0.T 7-24
and after that allowed all the phones instead the phoens I really want to deny outgoing calls with the command:
after-hours exempt #per every allowed phones
and this worked fine, but today I found that this settup provokes the following problem:
some of my colleagues in vocation has forwarded their offices phones to their mobile phones because they want to be connected with their clients looking for them on their office phones. This forwards still works when I try to call the appropriate office phone from other office phone, but stops work when I try to call them from outside.
I saw the call enter the CME router through ISDN line, but nothing happens after that - the phone doesn't forward the call to the appropriate GSM number to outside and there is no any signal to the caller. The result is nor the office phone ring, nor it forward the call, and the caller hasn't any signal.
When I return the previous situation with:.
no after-hours block pattern 1 0.T 7-24
all start to work again as before "after hours" settup and the phones with fowarding start to forward to the appropriate GSM numbers when they receive calls either from outside or local phones .
It's important to us to allow forwards and after hours settup in the same time. Any ideas?
Try placing the "after-hours block" under ephone-template, not telephony-service.
For whatever reason, blocks in telephony-service, cannot be overriden.
Note: you do not need to specify .T a simple leading 0 is enough.