[Spce-user] CLass of Service question

Skyler skchopperguy at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 18:55:18 EDT 2011

Hi Daniel,

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Subject: Re: [Spce-user] CLass of Service question

On 06/28/2011 09:16 PM, Skyler wrote:
> Hi,


> How would I go about implementing outbound restrictions per
> subscriber?

You can go to "Number Management" -> "NCOS" to define classes of
service. Just give it a unique level name (numbers are often used) and
specify if you want to blacklist (everything allowed by default) or
whitelist (everything denied per default) numbers. Then you can assign
it a list of regular expressions matching destination numbers which will
be blocked (blacklist) or allowed (whitelist).

In the subscriber preferences view you will then see the NCOS Level
names in a dropdown box and you can also set them via the SOAP/XML-RPC
interface using set_subscriber_preferences().


 Ok, I think I understand. So if I set a whitelist NCOS with a specific
regex and assign this NCOS to a specific subscriber that subscriber will
only be allowed to complete calls matching that regex (correct me if wrong).

 Does this apply to on-net calls also? Is there a way to limit a subscriber
to on-net calling only with NCOS?



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