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Partitions&CSS dilemma!

1) Can we create a Partition under Partition.

2) Can a Partition be part of multple CSS's. If yes, then can we define priorities for these partitions.

3) Can we define a Partition from Site-A to CSS on Site-B and vice-versa.

4) Is there any limitation on number of Partitions per CSS.

5) Can we have single DN assigned to two different lines on single phone. If yes, can we loopback the ring from line-1 to line-2.

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Re: Partitions&CSS dilemma!

1) Can we create a  Partition under Partition.

NO

2) Can a  Partition be part of multple CSS's. If yes, then can we define  priorities for these partitions.

Yes, the CSS is made up from what you have in the line CSS + device CSS. However the order is of no importance unless there are patterns that are equally good matches, only then, the order matters.

3)  Can we define a Partition from Site-A to CSS on Site-B and vice-versa.

You definde objects in partitions, then assign these to CSS to provide calling privileges. You can make it 1 way dialing or 2 way dialing.

4) Is there any limitation on number of  Partitions per CSS.

Not in the number of partitions, but each CSS can only be 512 characters long. The whole CSS from what I explained above can be 1024 chars.

5) Can we  have single DN assigned to two different lines on single phone. If yes,  can we loopback the ring from line-1 to line-2.

Yes, but it needs to be in a different partitions and then you configure call forward settings for cascading.

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java

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java

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Re: Partitions&CSS dilemma!

Agree with Java,

Just to add to the second question. A CSS can have muliple Partitions but vice-versa is not possible.

A CSS is defined to restrict the Partitions that the CSS can reach.

Thanks,

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Re: Partitions&CSS dilemma!

Thanks javalenc,

one more question - say a pc with CIPC installed in it is connected to network via cisco ip phone (daisy chain), where pc and ip phone are on different vlans.CIPC being in phone vlan and both pc and phone vlans reside on one dhcp server.

1) Is there any difference in the way CIPC - IP  phone communicates compared to IP phone -IP phone communications.(SCCP used)

2) Say pc vlan is exhausted and pc IP is expired,hence no IP availabe for the pc. will CIPC retain its IP and still be able to communicate.

3) Say pc is assigned to phone vlan, will the switch/router treat the pc as phone and tag the packets.

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