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Unread 11-05-2006, 07:19 PM   #1
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I have a PAP2T ATA configured/registered to use my Voxalot account. The device is in INDIA and I want to block the 311, 911, 411 and 611 calls from this ATA since I dont want any one to accidently dial number like 911. I have removed this from the dial plan of PAP2T device. But when I tested the dial plan in Voxalot, what I can see is any 3 digit numbers like 911, 611 and 500 (voxalot voicemail) is configured by default to forward to XXX@voxalot.com. Since the device is in INDIA i dont want any one to dial 911 by accident. Is there any way to remove or block this default forwarding in Voxalot? Is there any work around using dial plan or some other mechanism to block calls like 911?

Any help is really really appreciated.

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I have a PAP2T ATA configured/registered to use my Voxalot account. The device is in INDIA and I want to block the 311, 911, 411 and 611 calls from this ATA since I dont want any one to accidently dial number like 911.
I'm pretty sure you could do this with the Voxalot dial plan (by sending x11 to some non-existant location). However, it's probably easier to do within your PAP2's dial plan.

The thing to remember, is that LinkSys/Sipura adapters allow you to use the "!" character after a dial plan pattern, to block (give a busy) on the pattern you have the "!" ending. So blocking x11 (i.e. 011, 111, 211, 311, 411, 511, 611, 711, 811, and 911) in your dial plan, should be as simple as adding this pattern to your PAP2's dial plan (toward the beginning, i.e. in front of some other pattern that might otherwise match x11):
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x11! |
Or, if you want to simply block 311/411/611/911 (but not the other x11 numbers), you could try adding this to your PAP2's dial plan (instead of the more general pattern, above):
Code:
[3479]11! |
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Thanks a lot for the help. That really helped to fix the issue.

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