incoming call filtering
The /etc/ics/Callfilter file contains
information regarding the caller permissions
required to invoke an incoming call service.
All entries must contain the following two fields in the
Blank lines, and lines that begin with white space,
a tab, or a hash sign (#) are ignored.
The fields in the Callfilter file are defined, in order, as follows:
A colon-separated list of telephone numbers.
The service type can be one of:
data over a modem
fax over a modem
synchronous data over ISDN
asynchronous data over ISDN (V120 mode)
fax over ISDN
voice over ISDN
video over ISDN
# /etc/ics/Callfilter example
In the above example,
a caller on any of the numbers 6751, 6752 and 6753 has permission
to send data over a modem.
The caller on 0123412345 can use
a synchronous service over ISDN.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004