Best Partition order in CSS regarding CPU usage/call dialing speed
my question is NOT about the partition processing method within a CSS: i'm interested in a different consideration. Suppose i have multiple CSS that allow access to these types of calls:
- Internal DN's
- metropolitan numbers (within city of origin)
- long distance
- mobile phones
I suppose that these 4 types of calls cover different percentage of total calls: i suppose, for example, that internal DN's are the calls most invoked and i try to make this percentage classification (tell me if i'm wrong or if the percentage of a typical IP telephony enviroment is different from that i supposed):
- Internal DN's: 40% of total
- metropolitan numbers: 20% of total
- long distance: 10% of total
- mobile phones: 30% of total
My question is: is there a partition placement that best reflects this percentage schema ? Explaining better: if Internal DN's calls are the most dialed numbers, is better to place Internal partition at the top of CSS to save CPU cycles and make call setup much faster ? Or maybe it doesn't affect because Call Manager process all partitions and, only if same match exists, the partition order becomes important ?
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