Multi Country Cluster Device/Line Class of Service
I am working on a design for two Communications Manager clusters, one in the Middle East and the other in Asia. Both clusters will be servicing sites in multiple countries with differing dialing/blocking patterns for local, national, toll-free. Which makes things a little more difficult when using the device/line approach to providing class of service.
Instead of creating cluster wide blocking patterns/partitions/css, I am considering doing this at a Country level. Unfortunately this would ultimately create as many partitions/css's as using the tradational method to CoS. Im curious on what others have done in a similiar situation, pros/cons, etc..
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