Java is correct (+5 J.), you can put an authorization code on route patterns (FAC) but the caller won't be prompted for the code until after they dial the phone number. Also, since we are assigning this to a route pattern, calls to internal destinations are not treated with an access code.
The closest analog to your scenario is forcing Extension Mobility. But this means that the person must log into the phone using a user ID/PIN before they place calls. Of course, once they are logged in they are not prompted for a PIN when they place calls.
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