For simplicity sake use the dial-peers if this is an H323 gateway with the call-block statement as previously noted..
If you really feel like you want to do it in IPCC, it depends on whether you are using UCCX or UCCE.
For UCCX you would use the "Get Call Contact Info" step to grab the ANI. Create an if statement and send the true leg to a terminate step - or if you want to mess with them send it to a queue that no one ever logs into so they sit in limbo ; ^))
On UCCE you would do a similar match using the "CLID" call routing node and then send it to an "End" node (I think - it's been awhile).
If you aren't familiar with scripting for these products you might want to read the configuration guides and other documentation. UCCX isn't bad to pick up, UCCE is a bit more complicated.
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