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7960G IP Phone

I have Call Manager 7.1.5  and   7960 phones  which will be set up as a community assets in common areas.  I  need to  restrict use of the phones  to a specifc group of authorized users. Active Directory and 802.1x are not available only local Call Manager  authentication. Need help with any suggestions as to how to secure the phone for authozied users only. Thanks

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Cisco Employee

7960G IP Phone

With that requirements the only in-built solution would be EM, if this was only external calls FAC/CMC would do.

If you don't want to use EM, then you would need a 3rd party solution.

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

7960G IP Phone

Can you elaborate on what you  want to secured?

Is it for making calls by authorized persons?

Or access to Settings, etc?

Chris

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7960G IP Phone

Hi Chris,  making calls by authorized persons is what I'm going for. Thanks

Cisco Employee

7960G IP Phone

And are you talking about internal calls or external calls??

HTH

java

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HTH

java

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Community Member

7960G IP Phone

This would be for both internal and external calls

Cisco Employee

7960G IP Phone

With that requirements the only in-built solution would be EM, if this was only external calls FAC/CMC would do.

If you don't want to use EM, then you would need a 3rd party solution.

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdihelpdesk

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdi
Community Member

7960G IP Phone

Forced authorization codes and extention mobility I'll start working on both of these. Thanks!

Hall of Fame Super Silver

7960G IP Phone

For internal blocking you can use Calling Search Spaces/Partitions to build the separation. For external depending if you want this statically you would also use CSS/PT and Route Patterns, or if you want to be able to overwrite the setting use Forced Authorization Codes.

HTH,

Chris

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