We have two sites using IPT, one site is installed with CM 126.96.36.1990-12 & on the other site we have 4.1(3). Already ICT - non gatekeeper has been configured, now we need to restrict maximum 4 concurrent calls between these two site & on the site where 5.1 CM is installed we need to restrict the outgoing calls for maximum 10 minnutes when calling international.
Is this the only way we can restrick the no of calls between sites - by location?? Secondly as you said how can we restrict all the outgoing calls to 10 min? Does that effect incoming calls also to disconnect after 10 Min?
By limiting the call duration, atleast we discourage our employees to cut shot there unwanted talks & they feel that the call is monitored when it disconnects everytime after a specific period....we have expierienced with our PBX a saving in PSTN bills round about 10%.
As Paolo mentions this could be troublesome, maybe you can consider the implementation of FACs so you can have a report of who made calls thru the international route pattern and then you can determine if the user is abusing the phone service you provide them
about limiting the number of calls on the CUCM server itself, yes. locations is the only way to go. if you have gatekeepers then you can do it on the GK config but it also relies on setting the available BW for calls between zones taking into consideration the codec being used
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