Yes. Make a route pattern and point to desired exiting gateway. Put route pattern in a partition. Put DN in the partition that you just created. When a call is made from the DN in question, it will go out of the gateway that you pointed the route pattern to. Hope that makes sense.
If you place said route pattern into a partition, only the DN's in that partition will be able to use that route pattern. Therefore I would personally make an identical route pattern and put it in a partition.
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