As it was answered above, you have to create separate partitions for phones and PSTN route patterns, combine them as needed into multiple CSS, and then assign CSS to phones accordingly.
For example, you create partitions PT_Phones, PT_Emergency and PT_PSTN. All phone lines go to PT_Phones. Your emergency route pattern (911 or whatever you have in your country) goes into the partiton PT_Emergency, and your PSTN route pattern (for example, everything starting with 9) goes into the PT_PSTN. Then you create two CSS: CSS_Restricted and CSS_Unrestricted. CSS_Restricted has 2 partitions: PT_Phones and PT_Emergency, and CSS_Unrestricted has all 3 partitions. Then you assign CSS_Restricted to your secretary phone, and CSS_Unrestricted to your phone. As a result your secretary will be able to call all internal numbers (which reside in PT_Phones) and police in case of emergency. And your phone will be able to call all numbers including PSTN.
But my case is that i need to block the transfer To PSTN from any IPPhone not only the Secretary.
something like transfer-pattern command in CallManager Express (for Ex. transfer-pattern 2...), this means that the IPPhones can transfer to any Extension of 4 digit starting with 2 and willn't be able to transfer to 9.!
How about moving the guys who should not have PSTN Access to a new calling search space. In that calling search space you would create a translation that would convert the number they are used to dialing for the secretary to a new number (that she has access to). This new number, or line appearance, would show up on her phone and she will know that calls coming in on it cannot have access to PSTN.
To further ensure that this will happen, set the Line CSS of that new DN to a CSS that has no access to PSTN.
There are obvious gotcha's to this plan. To ensure that you do not endanger these people, please be sure to make emergency dialing available to this new CSS.
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