Station Restriction Features provide static
limitations on calls originated or terminated at a Business Group’s subscribers and endpoints based on a generic or administrator-defined traffic classification.
With the Authorization Code feature a subscriber can be forced to provide (dial) an authorization code if he or she attempts to set up certain off-net calls.
With the Line Restrictions feature a subscriber can be limited to intra-BG traffic (including or excluding call forwarding and call transfer by an attendant)
With the Toll and Call Restrictions feature a subscriber or endpoint can be temporarily or permanently precluded from making calls of certain traffic types. In addition certain destinations can be explicitely prohibited.
Parent topic: User Telephony
Toll and Call Restrictions
The TRS (Toll and Call Restrictions) feature provides the capability to block an endpoint's or a subscriber's access to certain traffic types and/or to a configurable list of destinations. The corresponding entity can be provisioned with a Standard
and an Alternate
Class of Restriction, with the possibility of scheduled switchovers and manual switchovers via feature access codes and PIN (the latter for subscribers only).
Business Group Authorization Codes
The BG (Business Group) Authorization Code feature provides the capability to control a subscriber's access to certain (off-net) traffic types. When attempting to set up a call of a restricted traffic type, the subscriber has to enter (dial) a valid authorization code.
The Line Restrictions feature lets the administrator restrict the calls permitted to and from a given station. Originating line restrictions refers to restrictions on calls placed from a station; terminating line restrictions refers to restrictions on calls being terminated at a station.