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Outgoing Call block on operator 7961 after office-hours

Hi guys,

we have call block enabled on our ccme 4.2 for 900 pattern and all users use pin to

make international calls.Now we want to block all 9.T pattern after office hours for operator phones only .please advise


Cisco Employee

 you can use after office


you can use after office call block to block the pattern.

you can use reference doc below





Br, Nadeem Please rate all useful post.
New Member

Thanks Nadeem for your reply

Thanks Nadeem for your reply but the issue is i want to block outgoing calls

after office only for reception phone. other phones should work normal

we are blocking 24/7 international call using call blocking,users use login pin

so if i put other pattern of 9.T For local ,national and international to block after office-hours all phones will get blocked and all uses have to use pin after office to make calls

plus cant put after-hours exempt then cannot control users with international pin dialing


plz advise

Cisco Employee

hello Alanat this moment

hello Alan

at this moment which i can think you can use "after-hour exempt" on phones that you want allow even after hours, but config would remain the same, the phones which falls under the after-hour-exempt will override the after-hour and would be able to make and those who are not may not able to.


Please refer to this document.




Br, Nadeem Please rate all useful post.
New Member

Hi Nadeem, the issue is i

Hi Nadeem,


the issue is i have a call block pattern 900 for inlt calls 24*7 if i put "after hours expempt"

i cannot control users for international calls with pin all of them will overide the function

please share your thought

New Member

Hi,I think the best way out


I think the best way out is using lpcor class of restriction with fac or forced authorization codes as per the following doc: