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Cisco CUCM 10: Can you block an incoming call using just a translate pattern

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I've been trying to block calls from a specific number that comes in from the PSTN over a SIP trunk. I am trying to use the "Block This Pattern" feature within Translation Pattern Configuration to make this happen. The process I read on the support forum below would have me making more changes than I want to do and I don't have a lab to make sure it wouldn't harm something. I just want all calls from a specific number to hit the bit bucket. Could I do it with just a translation or other simpler method?


https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/71966/blocking-calls-based-calling-party-id
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The link that you provided is the method that we use. From my experience, only using the block this pattern setting for a Translation Pattern is only going to block a call based on the DNIS or destination number not ANI or originating number.
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