System black and white list
MYVOIPAPP Support Team
"System black list", sometimes it is also named as "call blocking", is a traditional PBX service. PBX system uses it to forbid or permit some calls.
By default, miniSipServer doesn't block any calls except they have been configured in "system black list".
Please click menu "Services / System black list" to show the main configuration window. Below figure is the snapshot:
|Caller number prefix*||Caller number prefix used to match calls.
If it is configured as '*', that means for all caller numbers.
|Called number prefix*||Called number prefix used to match calls.
If it is configured as '*', that means for all called numbers.
|Description||Description of current record.|
|Rate||This item indicates how many percent calls should be blocked.
Its value is between 0 and 100. '0' means no blocking. '100' means 100% blocking.
In this configuration, "caller number prefix" has higner priority than "caller number prefix". For both "caller number prefix" and "called number prefix", MSS uses longest-match method to check calls.
It is assumed we have configured below records.
|Record ID||Caller number prefix||called number prefix||Rate|
Then, in below scenarios, we can see which record will be applied:
|Caller_number / From||Called_number / To||Description|
|101||100||Record 1 is enabled. This scenario will be blocked.|
|101||913800||Record 4 is enabled. This scenario is ok.|
|100||974413800||Record 3 is enabled. This scenario is ok.|
|102||974413800||Record 2 is enabled. This scenario will be blocked.|
|102||913800||Record 4 is enabled. This scenario is ok.|
|1011||913800||Record 4 is enabled. This scenario is ok.|
|200||913800||Record 2 is enabled. This scenario will be blocked.|