I have the following situation, and can't work it out: I have two sets of the phones on the CCM, first set can call only PSTN numbers, whereas the second calls both PSTN and GSM. So I created two partitions (PSTN-PT & GSM-PT) and two CSS's(PSTN-CSS & GSM-CSS). GSM gateway goes to GSM-CSS, but I don't know how to put PSTN-gateway to two CSS's, both PSTN-CSS & GSM-CSS? The first thing that crosses my mind is to create another partition for PSTN-gateway only, but you can't put a GW into a partition. Sorry if I overcomplicated it, but I hope you get the point...
If I understand correctly here (please forgive me if this is off base) you would normally create a Third CSS - maybe called CSS-Both or CSS-All. In the new CSS config you would select access to both Partitions. Then apply this CSS to the phones that need "all access".
Thanks for the fast answer :).I dont't think there is the need for third partition since there are only two types of the phones: the ones that can call only PSTN and the ones that can call both PSTN and GSM. Now, since I would need my PSTN-gateway in both of these CSSs, I don't know how to put it into both of them? Hope I made it a bit clearer...
I read some docs and now it makes more sense to me. The wrong approach was that I should put GW interface into a partition and then into a CSS, but instead I have to put in a partition which contains routes.
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