there's nothing wrong with using 9.@ as a route pattern. especially in small environments, this is common.
the only thing to be sure of is to have the 9.@s partitioned so they are not available to devices unless they have specific permission to access that routePattern. (i don't let users use 9.@; like to keep detailed granularity)
You also want to be sure to create route filters for the different patterns. For example, if you have a 9.@ pattern for seven digit dialing, you want to build a route filter to match the dial string otherwise the you will have to wait for the interdigit timeout to set up the call.
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