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Class Of Restriction Issue


i have configured COR and applied Dial-peer and ephone dns.

the problem im facing is internall communication is not happening.

the user with less privilege cant dial internal extensions also of high privilege.

any one have faced this ?

because i only want to block Mobile and Intl.

internally all should communicate.

pls help

many thanks

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Re: Class Of Restriction Issue


Likely a configuration problem, COR is a bit complicated.If you want to try an easier solution use the "after-hours" blocking.

Hope this helps, please ratepost if it does!

Re: Class Of Restriction Issue

Please post the show run of your V-GW. For the call to fail, both an incoming and an outgoing COR list must exist, and the outgoing COR must be a superset of the incoming COR.

1) Define COR lists using the dial-peer cor custome name label command

2) Build the permissions groups using the dial-peer cor list listname member label command

On this step follow these two guidelines:

- All outgoing COR lists should have a single number

- Incoming COR lists should contain a member for each call type that the phone shyould be able to place.

3) Apply COR lists to the outgoing dial peers using the corlist outgoing listname command. Only one otugoing COR is supported per dial peer.

4) Apply COR lists to the incoming dial peers using the corlist incoming listname command.

Note: You place the outbound dial peer into a single permissions group just like you would assign a partition to the GW. The incoming COR list contains all the "partitions" (outgoing COR) that the inbound dial peer can call.


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Re: Class Of Restriction Issue


on the phone DN, it is not necessary to create an outgoing cor (unless you need to restrict internal calls as you are facing)

always incoming for phone dn and outgoing for dial-peers

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