We are in the process of moving around 2 of our voice gateways at remote sites. The VG's will each have 3 T1's. 1 Incoming PRI from the Telco and 2 T1's (1 PRI, 1 CAS) to our PBX. The CAS is there incase the PRI fails. Incoming calls to the Gateway will either need to go to CallManager via H.323 or the PBX. The problem I'm running into is that there is no clear definition between phones on Call Manager and phones on the PBX. IE, Ext 2601 is on CCM and 2602-5 is on the PBX and 2606 is on CCM. We've got about 40-60 phones in CCM with the rest of the 300 on the PBX. From what I can see it would make the most sense to have a default dial-peer send the calls to the PBX (destination pattern ....) and then have specific dial-peers for each phone pointing towards CallManager. The problem with this approach is that each time a phone is moved from one system to the other, a new dial-peer will have to be created or an existing modified. At this rate, there will be over 80 dial-peers just for the phones. (One to one CCM server, a second for backup.) Is there any way to combine multiple destination patterns into a single dial-peer?