I need to intentionally put a specific incoming DDI number "out of service" such that a caller from the PSTN hears a generic message from their carrier/exchange and believes the number is invalid.
Currently my H.323 gateway translates the called CLID to a potentially valid 4 digit extension number. I have a "catch-all" translation-rule which, if no specific match is found, will translate to the switchboard number. This has the affect of catching all calls to currently unassigned numbers.
Can I configure a specific called CLI to fail ? as my catch-all provision is working against me here.
Re: Fail a specific DDI, despite catch-all pattern
Thanks for this reply.
I am looking to "fail" the call based on the CALLED number, not the CALLING number. ie. ANY external party calling a PARTICULAR DDI terminating on this gateway should get "unreachable". Although I think this may still be possible using the method you describe. Is this still your recommendation ?
I will have a look into this option further and rate as appropriate.
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