Table 2-2. Toll Restriction Types
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Access levels, including the prohibition of long distance calls or after-hours
calls, can be assigned to specific extensions or CO lines using the Toll
Restriction feature. This minimizes non-business related calls and reduces
phone bills by only allowing long distance calls over designated lines.
The following access levels are available:
Restriction of outbound dialing. (911 Calls allowed with CPC-AII/CPC-B
Version 6.0 only.)
Inbound ringing trunks can be-answered by or transferred to Type 0 exten-
Group Call Pickup (intercom calls only)
Full restriction of outbound dialing (911 Calls allowed with CPC-AIL'
CPC-B Version 6.0 only)
Inbound trunk calls to all phones can be answered and/or transferred.
Intercom calls are allowed.
Group call pickup is allowed.
Local calls allowed
l-800 calls al.lo.wed
Inbound trunk calls can be answered and transferred from a Type 2 phone.
Full restriction of international calls.
Full restriction of operator calls (old numbering plan)
Selectable restriction of operator calls (new NANP) - see Notes.
Selectable restriction of Speed dial numbers.
Selectable restriction of Nl 1 codes (see Notes for 911).
Restriction of up to 10 three-digit office codes (new NANP).
Restriction of up to 50 seven-digit numbers.
Inter-digit timing is set to 6 seconds.
DBS Manual - issued 8/l/95
Section 700 - ODeration