When CCM is doing it's digit analysis and the trace shows the anysis results section, you should be able to tell which partition is being used. This may help you to determine which route pattern is being used. Sounds like the call is matching on a route pattern that you may not be expecting.
This is an example of a call to a device (42555) that is on the IP network. This call did not go out a GW. You can look at the "|DialingPartition=PT-OnNet" to determine which partition is being used for a call going out a GW. Below this section will be the Route List information.
Based on the partition and Route List used you can narrow down the potential route patterns that could be matched.
CallManager is going to use the pattern that has the best match.
To get a better idea of how CallManager is looking at the route patterns you can dump a Dialing Forest. First pickup the handset and dial **##*4. You will hear a reorder tone, hang up. Take a look at the latest CCM trace and search for the word forest.
Here you will see all of the patterns listed under each partition. This may help you figure out why one route pattern is being selected over another.
First list out all the patterns that look similar and then try to figure out why the wrong route-list is being selected. Also check the order of the gateways in the route-lists to see which one is selected.
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