DISA() — Direct Inward System Access: allows inbound callers to make outbound calls
Allows outside callers to obtain an “internal” system dial tone
and to place calls from it as if they were placing calls from within
the switch. The user is given a dial tone, after which she should
enter her passcode, followed by the pound sign (
#). If the passcode is correct, the user is
then given a system dial tone on which a call may be placed.
Obviously, this type of access has serious security implications, and extreme care must be taken not to compromise the security of your phone system.
password argument is a numeric
passcode that the user must enter to be able to make outbound calls.
Using this syntax, all callers to this extension will use the same
password. To allow users to use
DISA() without a password, put the string
“no-password” instead of the password.
context argument specifies the
context in which the user will be dialing. If no context is specified,
DISA() application defaults the
callerid argument specifies a new
Caller ID string that will be used on the outbound call.
mailbox argument is the mailbox
number (and optional voicemail context,
vmcontext) of a voicemail box. The caller
will hear a stuttered dial tone if there are any new messages in the
specified voicemail box.
Additionally, you may use an alternate syntax ...