Why is the phone and UDP DN in different partition? usually you want the UDP to be the same DN as the phone for hot desking hence you put it in the same partition, which makes it a shared line. Having them in different partitions makes them completely different DNs.
If i dont keep them in different partition then the international privilege which is been assigned to the line will be miss used by the employees after office hrs. so this the reason i have to create a different partiton.
If i keep them in one partition, and on the line if specified a CSS of international, now the user phone line has privilege to call international in user absence, BY keeping them in different partition i can apply CSS international for profile and only internal calling on the LINE.
please correct me if i am not understanding what you are trying to explain.
Phone and DN CSS are concatenated when both are assigned, where the CSS applied to the DN on a phone has higher preference. The most typical case for applying both is "device/line approach" for building classes of restrictions where you assign routing CSS to the device (CSS with access to routing patterns) and then blocking CSS to the DN in order to block let's say international dialing. This approach allows you to considerebly reduce number of required paritions and CSSes in your deployment. For more details you can refer to UC SRND which describes it in great detail with examples and nice diagrams.
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