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Best Approach: More Calling Search Spaces

Hi everyone,

In one location I have a two disctinct group of extensions (E.g. 1000-2000 and 3000-4000) that when dialling out need to go out via different ISDN lines.

Am I best off having two different calling search spaces, where one has route patterns, lists and groups that has it's ISDN line primary while the other calling search space has the other ISDN line as primary?

Thanks

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Best Approach: More Calling Search Spaces

Hi,

You are almost correct.

You will have to create two route pattern for same destination, but with different partition. ANd you need to put this partition in respicitive CSS of phones.

Regards

Ronak Patel

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Blue

Best Approach: More Calling Search Spaces

Hi,

You are almost correct.

You will have to create two route pattern for same destination, but with different partition. ANd you need to put this partition in respicitive CSS of phones.

Regards

Ronak Patel

Regards Ronak Patel Rate all helpful post by clicking stars below the answer.

Best Approach: More Calling Search Spaces

You can use local route group to do this. This way you will have only 1 route pattern per class

Example

Local Call for both group

RP     9.[2-9]XXXXXX --> RL --> Standard Local Route Group

DP_Group1 ---> Local Route Group = GW1-GW2-RG     (1000-2000)

DP_Group2 ---> Local Route Group = GW2-GW1-RG     (3000-4000)

GW1-GW2-RG(Top Down)

  -GW1

  -GW2

GW2-GW1-RG(Top Down)

-GW2

-GW1

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