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Denying incoming calls

I have a requirement to drop incoming calls based on a combination of calling and called number. For example if the number 1234 dials 2345 then the call progresses. However if 1234 dials 4567 then the call is ended.

The calls will be coming in via a QSIG interface into a 2811 router which is a H323 gateway on a CCM 4.1.2 system

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Re: Denying incoming calls

On a H323 gateway this is possible:

1. create a voice translation-pattern to reject /^1234/

2. Create a voice translation-profile to translate the calling

3.

A.Configure a dial-peer with the inbound calling number of 2345 (from your example)

B.enter call-block translation-profile incoming

Re: Denying incoming calls

I think the feature that best fits this scenario will be corlists:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk90/technologies_configuration_example09186a008019d649.shtml

This allows you to design things very similar to 'partitions' and 'calling search spaces' within the dial peers.

hth,

nick

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