Could you please examine my COR config below for problems, on CME 4.0. I only need to block incoming (outgoing to PSTN) Long distnace, 411, 1900, basically any toll. I really have no idea how to set this up properly, just putting the config together from various sources. I really need this to work.
Also, could someone post an example of the actual ephone config, with the COR applied to it?
Hi, you config appears almost correct, but I can see that the international is not well defined yet.
Now just apply the desired COR to the user:
The thing is that COR is N-ways associative, that requires to full define membership in all the COR DPs, although you can somewhat simplify with few techniques. For example, because most likely 911 is always allowed, you can remove that corlist altogether. And in many cases, a simple 'all allowed' on certain ephone-dn will be enough, remember that if no COR, the call succeeds.
Another problem with COR is that cannot be overridden. So when the boss is at an employee's desk, he/she wants to make a certain type of call, still he/she cannot.
This is nuisance and typically leads to customer requesting instead PIN access for certain calls, luckily this can be done too.
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