It will actually match based on best (closest) match in accordance with parition order in CSS of the dialing device. It does not care what type of device it is, i.e. cti route point vs. translation pattern, for example assume there is a CTI RP 2XXX in Parition_1 and TP 2XXX in Parition_2 and a call arrives on GW with CSS that lists Partition_1 above Parition_2 the cti route point will be matched.
Please check out the CM System Guide "Dial Plan Architecture" for more details.
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