We have a few analog ports on an MGCP router that were set up specifically to be used only during failover. The problem is that the lines have been discovered by telemarketers and we're getting a bunch of sales calls on these lines. We were wondering if it's possible to set the lines up so that they'll only be active during MGCP failover. Ideas?
Well consider that part of the deal is that these lines exist specifically for 911 calls during a CUCM outage. That means that 911 operators would have to be able to call back during those instances. How would that affect your suggestion?
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