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Re: restrict cel calls
This is a phone system feature, not a phone feature. Your phone can be used on different Panasonic phone systems so you will need to find out which system you have and get the manual for the system, not a phone.
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Yes you can block it if the serial # and your phone is registered at the Telecommunications department of your country here in the Philippines, Cellphone owners specially the rich person registered their cellphone to the NTC(National telecommunications company) were if ever their cellphone was lost or stolen they can immediately call the NTC to request to block their cellphones...This is the reason why a lot of cellphone owners assigned a security code for their cellphone so in case it was lost or stolen the person who will use the cellphone need to unlock the phone for them to be able to use it...
You can, but you need access to Installer level programming. I'm not going to give you detailed instructions here, because any fool can do the reverse and UNrestrict a phone with the same instructions, but system program 500 and 501 sets day and night restrictions on a phone. Setting the COS to 7 lets the phone dial 0, intercom, and, by programming, System speed dial numbers.
COS 8 allows Operator only (internal operator).
By building tables, you can actually program different restrictions and exceptions for COS 2-6. There's a fairly comprehensive discussion in the Panasonic Features Manual of your TD 816/1232 manual.
Unless you're familiar with the Features Guide for your TDA system, you're probably better off calling your Panasonic dealer. It involves Toll Restriction (TRS), Class of Service (COS) and installer programming access. In our installations, we have a customer that makes International calls via Vonage and local calls on local lines. For that feature, we turned on Automatic Route Selection (ARS) so the user just dials 9 and the number and the dialing plan sorts it out by the rules applied in the tables. ARS takes a very long time to program.
Don't shoot the messenger, me, by expecting a step-by-step answer in a free forum. Toll restriction would take me about 30 minutes to set up if I even knew your numbering plan. If you build it in less than an hour, consider yourself lucky.
As was pointed out to me, you could take a screwdriver and pry the 0 key off the tone pads :-)
Panasonic systems restrict calls by tables called Toll Restriction (TRS). It's a complete section in the installation and programming manual. It involves setting tables, usually in the 302-306 area, then picking a class of service for the phone that acts on the numbers dialed.
In the simplest systems, the TA series, you have 20 restrictions per class 2-5 and one 80 entry exception table. It's a little tricky to set up in that a COS-2 extension has all the restrictions in COS-2 tables, but a COS-5 extension has all the restrictions in COS-2,3,4, and 5 :-)
Your Pana installer can do this fairly quickly, but if you plan on doing it yourself, please read the TRS examples carefully.
Hi and thank you for using fixya:
First of all which carrier do you have and where do you live?
When a cellphone does not get signal is mostly because of the carrier does not provides service in that area. Another problem can be the antenna on the cell phone . Is the antenna inside or outside the phone?
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There are a few services that make it easy to find the real number of a blocked or restricted caller. They do cost money (some as low as $5.00 per month to unmask numbers) to use with your cellphone.
You can even get the name and address of a blocked caller. Check into caller id unblocking services. Hopefully that will help you out.
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