Set up multiple Traversal Server Zones on your VCS-E, along with a unique username and password in the VCS-E local database, e.g:
Traversal Server Zone 1
Traversal Server Zone 2
VCS-C 1 would set up a traversal client zone, using Username1 and Password1. VCS-C 2 would set one up with Username2, Password2 etc.
You would then need to configure search rules on the VCS-E to forward the correct E164 numbers and/or the correct domains to the relevant VCS-C. Each VCS-C would simply send everything that's not on its local domain to the VCS-E.
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