On CUCM 7.1, CSS level 1 users have been given access to System and Emergency partitions and the route filters/patterns have been set up so that Level 1 users can make only internal calls, but the Level 1 users are able to make calls to Mobiles, which is defined in a totally different partion for access to Level 4 users and above.Is there any change to be done at the device level/ line level on the IP phone to give access to only Internal calls for Level 1 uesrs?
There was a line CSS (on the device line) configured for the device not matching the device CSS and correct me if i am wrong ...the line CSS takes precedence..right? The block partitions created for the Mobile phones were missing for this line CSS and i have included the block partitions and i noticed that this CSS was included in a translation pattern. I will get this tested and check.
Thanks very much for your help and i will check this on DNA soon.
It's very much worth reading the dial plan section of the SRND to get a good grip on CSSs and partitions. It's quite simple, but can be made complex.
The list of partitions in the line and device CSSs are concatenated, and the block/deny decision is based on a longest match of the various patterns in the concatenated list of partitions. So a permit on either CSS will permit the call, unless there is an equal or longer-length deny pattern to match it.
The partitions, CSS, Tx rules, Route Patterns etc were implemented on this new SRST site by copying a similar solution created for other SRST sites. I will read the SRND for Version 7.1 especially on the partitions /CSS and i would like to also build some kind of a template/table so that it becomes easy to troubleshoot or add any new features. Please advise if you have design template available for Version 7.0/8.0 CUCM.
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