You can't do that with a single DN. From a call routing perspective CUCM doesn't really care or know if you are logged in to UCCX or not. If you use EM you could do something like:
If your agents had two EM profiles, each EM profile could have a different DN (i.e. each agent could have two numbers). Only one of those numbers would be assigned as the IPCC Extension for the user, so they can only log in to UCCX with that DN. That DN would also be restricted so others cannot dial it.
The user's other EM profile would have another DN that would be diallable directly, but would not have UCCX login capability.
The user would select their 'IPCC' or 'non-IPCC' profile when logging in.
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