[VoiceOps] Phone Numbers with Calling Restrictions

Tim Donahue tim.donahue at gmail.com
Wed Jan 22 15:19:32 EST 2014

On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 3:00 PM, Jay Ashworth <jra at baylink.com> wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jay Hennigan" <jay at west.net>
> > It sounds like what Tim is reporting is not the inability to *place*
> > LD calls from that TN, but the inability for those outside the LATA to
> > complete calls to it.
> Correct; that's what he's got.
> Incoming calls to the DN from the PSTN block.
> > When you ported the number, wass there an option to disable that
> > special service code or is it universal to the block regardless of LRN?
> >
> > And, did the customer have the same issue before the port?
> And -- and this is the kicker -- that block instruction is an Object.
> Who owns it, and where does it live?
We ported this to an underlying carrier (the guilty party shall remain
nameless), and according to their engineers they have no option to disable
the SSC.

I actually have no idea if the call I am making is blocked at the local
switch for my POTS test line, the LD carrier, or inbound to our ULC (or any
other part of the path it might have crossed).  This information was not
provided to me in the response from our ULC, but it would be interesting to
know for future reference where these blocks happen.

Thank you all for your help, both on and off list.

Tim Donahue
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