I'm setting up a new Call Manager 6 cluster, and I'm organizing the route patterns and calling search spaces to my liking. I'm following the SRND for CM6 and I had a question about the âLine/Device Approachâ documented in section 10-90, specifically the figure on page 10-92 (456 of the pdf).
I'm setup pretty much the same way as the picture with my route patterns applied to partitions that are a member of my Device(phone) calling search space, and then having the blocked route patterns applied to the Line Calling search spaces - and this works well.
The Problem I'm having is the partition that is applied to the Line. In the figure in the SRND it looks like the example is a partition called âOnClusterâ that all the DNs are a member of, and that partition is a member of the Device(Phone) Calling Search Space. But following this setup I cannot make an extension to extension call without the âOnClusterâ partition being a member of the Line Calling Search Spaces also! But the figure and documentation is saying that the only partitions that are members of the line CSS is the partitions that block certain route patterns, and not the âOnClusterâ partition.
I hope that makes sense. It makes sense to me why it needs to be there, but the SRND is saying otherwise. Am I not understanding this right?
Any Help would be much appreciated.
Using this method you would normally use a CSS on the device that points to the local gateway for outbound PSTN calls and then use the CSS on the line to make any restrictions. Under the line partition you would then place your "Oncluster" partition to allow IP to IP on-net calls. Give this a try.