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Use password for users to make long distance call on Call Manager !!!!!!!!!

Hi,

I am using Call Manager 4.2 and I want to set up password protection for Long Distance/International Calls on Call Manager. Only users who know password can make these kinds calls.

I also have to check the FAC and CMC feature implement in Partation. but it is not fulfilling the requirement. it has the same password for all the users who is in this partation. I want to assign the different password to different users.

Can any body help me in this regard. I shall be very thankful for this help.

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Re: Use password for users to make long distance call on Call Ma

Yes FAC, CMC is not very good. How many users you require to make long distance, int. calls You could create a separate Parttions pointing to duplicate route patterns for LD, Int for each user so they have individual RP for them with unique FAC, CMC - not nice or use a compnay I have used before caled Litescape who can integrate into CUCM creating indiviudal Codes, PINS per user based upon a common Route Pattern

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Re: Use password for users to make long distance call on Call Ma

Hi, sorry if I don't understand your question, but to assign a different password to each user with FAC, you can create a different FAC for each user, for example, the authorization code name can be the name of a user with his own code and authorization level, you can repeat these steps for each user in your company.

Hope this help.

David.

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Re: Use password for users to make long distance call on Call Ma

FAC only has 255 levels - is that an issue?

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Re: Use password for users to make long distance call on Call Ma

Hi, Authorization Level is a three-digit authorization level that exists in the range of 0 to 255; the default equals 0. The level that you assign to the authorization code determines whether the user can route calls through FAC-enabled route patterns. In order to successfully route a call, the user authorization level must equal or be greater than the authorization level that is specified for the route pattern for the call. Check this good document.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_configuration_example09186a00807d11d4.shtml

Hope this help

David

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