Cisco CME: Reserve an outgoing FXO port for a group of internal extension?
I just came across a situation where a client required that a particular PSTN line (that is connecting to FXO 0 on a CME, for example) is reserved for outgoing calls for a small group of internal extensions (let's say it's 8010 to 8019). I did some research but could not find anything relevant.
Could anyone please help me by showing me whether it's possible to do with a Cisco CME? If so, what is the feature called?
Thank you very much in advanced for your time and for sharing your wisdom.
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