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Call Search Space Question

Hi Everyone

I wanted to know can someone explain to me how do I create a Call Search Space that I can use at the line level for phones. I've created an Internal, Local,Longdistance,International, and Unrestricted CSS and I've added the PT to the CSS but the PT are empty. How do I create Patterns that aren't site specific that I can use at the line level of every site we have.For example pattern 9.1[2-9]XXXXXXXXX is for long distance and it's associated with a RL and I've done this for 10 sites because we aren't using Standard Local Route Groups. I'm attaching a photo of how to patterns are now as an example and thanks for the help.

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At the line level, people

At the line level, people usually configure CSSes to block calls. So if you have Local CSS, you create new paritions that have route patterns that block calls 9.1XXXXXXXXXX, 9011! so on and so forth. (These are jsut example). ie. Block_National_PT has 9.1XXXXXXXXXX, Block_International_PT has 9011!. This way you just have to assign partitions to CSSes that you are trying to block.

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At the line level, people

At the line level, people usually configure CSSes to block calls. So if you have Local CSS, you create new paritions that have route patterns that block calls 9.1XXXXXXXXXX, 9011! so on and so forth. (These are jsut example). ie. Block_National_PT has 9.1XXXXXXXXXX, Block_International_PT has 9011!. This way you just have to assign partitions to CSSes that you are trying to block.

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GeorgeI've created the PT but

George

I've created the PT but there are no patterns assigned to the PT, can you tell me how do I create the patterns and assign them to a PT without assinging them to a specific RL or gateway so that I can use the CSS's in a general way  that would work with any site?

If you want to assign it

If you want to assign it globally you will have to use Standard Local ROute Groups. There is no other way that I am aware of to make it non-site specific.

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Thanks a million that what I

Thanks a million that what I thought

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