How to lock a IP phone, and only 911 allowed, as a Night Bell service

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    Created by: Linli Zhao on 20-09-2011 05:51:58 AM
    My customer has a Night Bell phone service running on CUAE with the existing cluster 7.1.5, which is developed by Cisco. This service will block any dialing except 911, It change the phone CSS. Unfortunately the developer left Cisco. Customer is building the second cluster (8.6.2 based) and need this service. Can anyone point me a place to find a similar applications as sample, or a process to develop a new one.
     
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Linli lzhao@cisco.com

    Subject: RE: How to lock a IP phone, and only 911 allowed, as a Night Bell service
    Replied by: PRANJOL SAIKIA on 19-12-2011 11:11:29 PM
    My customer has a Night Bell phone service running on CUAE with the existing cluster 7.1.5, which is developed by Cisco. This service will block any dialing except 911, It change the phone CSS. Unfortunately the developer left Cisco. Customer is building the second cluster (8.6.2 based) and need this service. Can anyone point me a place to find a similar applications as sample, or a process to develop a new one.
     
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Linli lzhao@cisco.com


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    Hi Linli,
    We have aproduct by "Cisco IP PHone Lock/Unlock".
     
    Regards
    Pranjol Saikia
    pranjol.s@parsec-tech.com

    Subject: RE: How to lock a IP phone, and only 911 allowed, as a Night Bell service
    Replied by: Chikeobi Njaka on 20-12-2011 03:03:56 AM
    My customer has a Night Bell phone service running on CUAE with the existing cluster 7.1.5, which is developed by Cisco. This service will block any dialing except 911, It change the phone CSS. Unfortunately the developer left Cisco. Customer is building the second cluster (8.6.2 based) and need this service. Can anyone point me a place to find a similar applications as sample, or a process to develop a new one.
     
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Linli lzhao@cisco.com

    Hi Linli,
    You can easily roll your own. I assume the changing of the CSS is done on certain devices at specific times. Write an app that has a TimerTask class that is scheduled to run at fixed times. In the class, iterate through the devices and execute the "updatePhone" AXL call, specifying the device name(<name>SEPxxxxx</name> or UUID (<uuid>{---- ---- ----- -...}</uuid>) and calling search space (<callingSearchSpaceName uuid="xxxxx">cssName</callingSearchSpaceName>) elements. Thats it!
    I suggest you roll this out to replace the CUAE as well. CUAE is overkill for anything not requiring complex media handling. Also, CUAE is EOL (or soon will be).
    We will be more than happy to help you if you need
    http://www.vocalmash.com

    Subject: RE: How to lock a IP phone, and only 911 allowed, as a Night Bell service
    Replied by: Chikeobi Njaka on 20-12-2011 01:11:42 PM
    Hi Linli,
    You can easily roll your own. I assume the changing of the
    CSS is done on certain devices at specific times. Write an app that has a
    TimerTask class that is scheduled to run at fixed times. In the class,
    iterate through the devices and execute the "updatePhone" AXL call,
    specifying the device name(<name>SEPxxxxx</name> or UUID
    (<uuid>{---- ---- ----- -...}</uuid>) and calling search
    space (<callingSearchSpaceName
    uuid="xxxxx">cssName</callingSearchSpaceName>) elements. Thats
    it!
    I suggest you roll this out to replace the CUAE as well. CUAE is
    overkill for anything not requiring complex media handling. Also, CUAE
    is EOL (or soon will be).
    We will be more than happy to help you if you need
    http://www.vocalmash.com

    Subject: Re: New Message from PRANJOL SAIKIA in IP Phone Services (IPPS) - IP Phone
    Replied by: NIGEL WARBURTON on 20-12-2011 03:32:09 PM
    Why not just time based partitions/CSS arrangement?

    Kind Regards

    Nigel

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    On 20 Dec 2011, at 04:11, "Cisco Developer Community Forums" <cdicuser@developer.cisco.com<mailto:cdicuser@developer.cisco.com>> wrote:

    PRANJOL SAIKIA has created a new message in the forum "IP Phone Services Questions":

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    My customer has a Night Bell phone service running on CUAE with the existing cluster 7.1.5, which is developed by Cisco. This service will block any dialing except 911, It change the phone CSS. Unfortunately the developer left Cisco. Customer is building the second cluster (8.6.2 based) and need this service. Can anyone point me a place to find a similar applications as sample, or a process to develop a new one.

    Thanks in advance.

    Linli <mailto:lzhao@cisco.com> lzhao@cisco.com<mailto:lzhao@cisco.com>


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    Hi Linli,
    We have aproduct by "Cisco IP PHone Lock/Unlock".

    Regards
    Pranjol Saikia
    <mailto:pranjol.s@parsec-tech.com>pranjol.s@parsec-tech.com<mailto:pranjol.s@parsec-tech.com>
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