First, are sites connected (solely) to call manager, or do the have PSTN access locally?
If they have local PSTN and call manager access, I would think the config would be much the same as least-cost routing or maybe TEHO.
What we have done is this:
for the route list that passes calls to the PRI, simply add that second PRI to the route group. Or, create a second route group (probably already exists) with that PRI and add it to the route list. If there are different calling rules, based on the provider, you can control that at the PRI level (independent of other config).
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