Password protect BSNL landline?

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Would anyone be knowing how to password protect a BSNL landline?I Googled and found "123 CODE CODE" would set a password but that's not working for me.
 
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Electronic Locking For STD/ISDFor 100% protection against improper use, you can lock your telephone electronically. Here, you only know the secret code. You can lock/allow Local, STD or ISD calls in many way viz. all calls allowed, only local calls allowed, only STD & Local calls allowed, all outgoing calls barred etc.Regidter Secret Code Suppose you want to make 5555 your secret code. Follow this procedure to register this:* Dial *123 5555 5555 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Your code is registered.Change secret code Suppose you want to change current code 5555 to 4444 then* Dial *123 5555 4444 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Your new code(4444) is registered.Bar/Open Facilities using Secret Code(example 5555)Bar STD/ISD calls Dial 124 5555 1 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD calls will be barred.Open STD/ISD calls Dial 124 5555 0 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD calls can be made.Open STD calls only Dial 124 5555 3 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD calls can be made.Bar STD/ISD/manual trunck calls Dial 124 5555 2 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now STD/ISD/manual trunck calls will be barred . (It will also bar calls to 95 level).Bar local calls Dial 124 5555 4 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now localcalls will be barred .(applicable only if STD Facility is available).Open local calls only Dial 124 5555 1 or 2 then wait for the acceptance tone then disconnect. Now Local calls can be made.
 
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