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Allowed/Blocked Access Lists in CUCM

Then, in the "Remote Destination Configuration" you select that access list in the "Blocked Access List".

If 2222222222222 calls to that unified mobility extension, what happens? Is it allowed or blocked?

And what if you do it the other way around, leaving the "Allowed" check box unticked and then selecting the "Allowed Access List"?

Oscar

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Re: Allowed/Blocked Access Lists in CUCM

When creating the Access List, leaving the "Allowed" box unchecked makes the access list show up only in the "Blocked Access List" drop down menu on the Remote Destination Configuration screen.

Checking the "Allowed" box makes the access list show up only in the "Allowed Access List" drop down menu.

That check box determines which of the two drop down menus on the Remote Destination Configuration screen the ACL will appear in.

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