It is ok to assume it is CUCM 7.0. Your suggestion implies removing the "Internal" partion from the IP phone CSS (as it is for internal calls). It will work for normal phones but not for Extension Mobility phones. Is that right?
In order for A not to reach B, we have to do the following:
Remove Partition B from A CSS at the device level and add the "man in the middle" partition to A Device CSSs. In this case, it will work only if the user is logged in on a particular physical phone. As soon as the user goes to a different phone it won't work.
I have been thinking on how to do this at the line level, but because at the device level they can call "any where" and any extension is more specific than any pattern to call the "man in the middle" translation pattern, it won't work :(.
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