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    Thanks for the help.  I did the following:

    firewall-cmd –permanent –direct –add-rule ipv6 filter OUTPUT 0 -p udp –dport=5353 -j DROP firewall-cmd –permanent –direct –add-rule ipv4 filter OUTPUT 0 -p udp –dport=5353 -j DROP firewall-cmd –reload

    Then I got:

    Error: COMMAND_FAILED: argument of type ‘Rich_Destination’ is not iterable.

    I am again stuck, could you advise if this is correct or incorrect what how to “removing the mdns rule from the firewall” is how I should have attempted it?

    TIA.

     

     

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    In looking at messages there are all kinds of firewalld errors.

    I will keep searching.

     

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    Thanks, I will check it out!

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    Here is a full screen shot of what I have.  The trunks are filled out with my trunks.  The Outbound CID is fake in the screen shot, the called number (which is also fake) when dialed doesn’t show the callerid.  I have a question, does this route need to be checked before my first route (which encompasses all calls without the Overwrite CID turned on).  I am not sure what else to try.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.  See attached.

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    Ok, not sure I understand.  In the outbound routes I put an example if a call was placed to any number in the 801 Area Code (see attached).  Where would I put the outbound callerid?

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    Thanks very much.  Very nice!

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    Like the old key sysem phones whereas you might have 5 phones with 4 extensions all the same and they appear on all 5 phones.  You could put a call on hold on phone 1 and the other 4 would see that exension flashing indicating it was on hold.  Incoming calls would ring all 5 phones.  Put a call on hold and pick up from any of the other 4 phones.

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    Works as expected, thank you kindly.

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    I am not using a caller id modifier on the incoming router in case that was a question.  My carrier gives me caller name information but not for toll free calls so, I am using this particular incoming route to do a look up for tollfree calls 8XXNXXXXXX (in the US).

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    Thank you, kindly.

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    Thank you, Mike.

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    This is true, it will get real messy putting all the entries in for multiple DIDs when you could put them in by blacklisted number and it would cover as many DIDs as you have today or tomorrow.  You remove or add a DID then you would have to put all those entries in or remove them.  Having a place to go for a blacklist listed number would be much more simple that putting them into Inbound routes, that would be a night-mare.  I already have that now, that’s why I asked if it could be added to the Black list module.

     

     

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    Thanks.  That will be great.  Looking forward to it.

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    The idea here is to program the message button on the phone to dial the mailbox from two phones without having to manually dial the mailbox.

    Ext 200 shares mailbox 2700

    Ext 201  shares mailbox 2700

     

    From either ext 200 or ext 201 hits the msg button on their individual phones and they get the email in mailbox 2700.

    *98 asks you for the mailbox.  I am requesting that *982700 be possible or another way of doing this to access the shared mailbox of 2700.

    *982700 makes the most sense to me as programmed in each of the extensions.  Just my opinion, but it doesn’t allow the *982700 to work.

     

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