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Unread 01-27-2007, 10:58 AM   #1
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Default Blocking calls to 09* numbers

Hello,

In Holland we have numbers starting with 09* that are premium rate numbers. Their costs can be up to €1,30 per minute, so I would like to block them using VoXaLot.

Unfortunately I can't find out what I should put in my dial plan to route these calls to a non existing number, so that it will not allow the call to get thru.

I hope someone can help me with this.

Thanks in advance!

/ Jeffrey
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Hi JeFFJuH,

In the "Replacement" field instead of putting ${EXTEN} put in another number. Why not replace it with a Free Call number that delivers an appropriate service announcement
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Jeffjug, what device are you using? why don't you block 09* numbers on your device via your device dialplan. If you are using a sipura you can add 09x.! to your dialplan to disallow calls to this number.
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Jeffjug, what device are you using? why don't you block 09* numbers on your device via your device dialplan. If you are using a sipura you can add 09x.! to your dialplan to disallow calls to this number.
I have a Siemens Gigaset C450 IP, which only allows 1 provider to be added, and no dialplans, that is why I am using VoXaLot

But I already succeeded in blocking these kind of calls using VoXaLot.

Pattern: _09.
Replacement: 0800
No ENUM lookups.

It then routes the call to 0800, which is being routed thru VoipBuster, which then plays a message saying it is not possible to dial this number at the moment.
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Not bad!!. I'll try that out
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