I understand that you can block incoming numbers in the IOS via the translation-rule. But unfortunately, there's a limit of 15 rules in a translation and the numbers I am blocking are unique to each other (NPA-NXX are not similar) so I cannot really group them in wider-scoped rule. Is it possible to block more than 15 numbers in the IOS? Please advise, thanks.
I see two possibilities, one, configure dial-peer with "answer-address" to route the calling numbers to a message, the other, have a TCL IVR script to the same effect.
However, I think in both cases the call will be answered, even if that may not be desired.
Now that i think about it, if you configure multiple dial-peer with "answer-address" you can have more than one translation-profile associated to it, hence more than 15 numbers. I haven't tried this personally.
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