one option that i got asked yesterday by a peer would be on how to do this with Unity and this could be helpful for you also
on CCM you need to create a CTI Route Point which will CFA to VM
on Unity create a routing rule for forwarded call coming from that CTI RP and have it use the attempt transfer to option, we'll need a dummy call handler which should already be configured
for the call handler under the transfer options use Yes, ring subscriber at this extension and type in the meet me. for security purposes i used the supervised transfer with hold and also asked for the name, announce and the option to accept or decline
this way when someone dials that number it will be routed to unity, unity will ask for their name, they will be on hold and unity will dial into the meet me announcing the new participant and giving you the option to accept or decline the transfer
i know this is not really the best security you could have but might be an option for you
Attached is an application note for a working config that uses a TCL script to authenticate PSTN callers before allowing them to dial extensions. This would prevent callers from directly dialing the meet me number from the PSTN.
We use an inbuilt TCL script that is supplied in the IOS image called 'clid_authen_collect'. This script authenticates the call with the ANI (Calling number) and DNIS (Called number) of the incoming call, or if this fails, it then prompts the user to enter an account number and then a PIN number. Since the call is coming in on an FXO (or FXS) port, there is no associated ANI and DNIS, so the script immediately prompts the user for the account number and PIN.
We do the AAA authentication by a local 'username XXX password YYY' command in the router config. The user keys in the account code and PIN (can use the # as a string terminator to speed the process up and if the values entered match a local username and password, it then prompts for the user to enter the actual destination telephone number.
I have also enabled syslog accounting for call detail records, so when the call completes you get a basic record of the called number and durations. If they wanted to use a full blown AAA server, they could run the authentication from this and this way keep a full log of all users calling in, and it would also log the CDR's for billing etc ...
The router needs the following files on the flash memory :
16384K bytes of processor board System flash (Read/Write)
(obviously needs the IOS image but the important files are the audio prompts)
The *.au files are the audio prompts that the IVR plays. These are in standard G711ulaw Sun/Next audio format.
When a call comes in, the caller will hear a prompt to enter the account code. Key in the account number, followed by a #, then key in the PIN , followed by #. They are prompted to enter the destination phone number, and this is matched on any subsequent voip or pots dial peers. In this case, it would be the meet me conference number.
In this example there is a username and password of 1000/1000 and 1001/1001.
Config and CDR log is in attached file (authenticated_IVR.txt)
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.