Step 1) Enable logical partitioning by setting the value of the Enable Logical Partitioning enterprise parameter to True.

Step 2) Define a set of geolocations on a new Geolocation Configuration window.

System>Geolocation configuration>add new
Table 21-5 Geolocation Configuration Settings

Field
Geolocation Configuration

Description

Name

Enter a unique name for this geolocation. The name can contain up to 50 ASCII characters.

Description

Enter a description for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank.

Country using the two-letter abbreviation

Enter the two-letter country abbreviation for the country where this geolocation is located. Use the ISO 3166 code. The country must comprise two ASCII characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: US for United States, IN for India

State, Region, or Province (A1)

Enter a national subdivision for this geolocation, such as a state, region, province, or prefecture. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Texas, Karnataka, Maharashtra

County or Parish (A2)

Enter a county, parish, gun (JP), or district (IN) for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Tarrant, Harris, Plaquemines

City or Township (A3)

Enter a city, township, or shi (JP) for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Dallas, Tokyo, Sydney

Borough or City District (A4)

Enter a city division, borough, city district, ward, or chou (JP) for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Westminster, Hollywood

Neighborhood (A5)

Enter a neighborhood or block for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Midtown, Soho, Southbank

Street (A6)

Enter a street for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters.

Default value specifies blank. Examples: Main, Commerce, Champs -Elysees, Broadway Leading Street Direction, such as N or W (PRD) Enter a leading street direction for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 10 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: N, S, E, W (as in 43 N Wabash Avenue) Trailing Street Suffix, such as SW (POD) Enter a trailing street suffix for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 10 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: SW, NE, NW, SE (as in 245 E 45th St NW) Address Suffix, such as Avenue, Platz (STS) Enter an address suffix for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Avenue, Boulevard, Platz, rue Numeric house number (HNO) Enter a numeric house number for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 10 numeric characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: 2666, 14, 12345 House Number Suffix, such as A, 1/2 (HNS) Enter a house number suffix for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 20 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: A, 1/2, bis Landmark (LMK) Enter a landmark or vanity address for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Central Library Additional Location Information, such as Room Number (LOC) Enter additional location information, such as a room number, for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Room 222, Suite 555 Floor (FLR) Enter a floor for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 10 ASCII characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: 23, 2nd Name of Business or Resident (NAM) Enter a business name or resident name or office occupant for this geolocation. This field can contain up to 50 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: Cisco Systems, Joe's Barbershop Zip or Postal Code (PC) Enter a zip code or postal code for this geolocation.

This field can contain up to 20 ASCII or unicode characters. Default value specifies blank. Examples: 75042-0401, SW1V 1RP

Step 3) Assign geolocations to device pools, devices, trunks, gateways, or MGCP ports. Step 4) Assign geolocations to the default geolocation that the Default Geolocation enterprise parameter specifies. Choose System > Enterprise Parameters.>

Enterprise Parameters > Default Geolocation

Default Geolocation²This parameter determines the default geolocation setting for all devices and device pools that do not have a specified geolocation in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. Valid values include the names of all the geolocations that have been configured in the Geolocation Config uration window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. The default geolocation can get overridden on a per -device and per-device-pool basis in the Device Configuration window or the Device Pool Configuration window in Cisco Unified Communic ations Manager Administration. This represents a required field. The default value specifies Unspecified.

Step 5) Define the Logical Partitioning Default Policy, which determines whether to allow or deny PSTN calls between devices that associate with valid geolocations and geolocation filters when no explicit Allow/Deny policy is configured in the Logical Partitioning Policy Configuration window for the related geolocation policy records. Use the Enterprise Parameters Configuration window to set the value for the Logical Partitioning Default Policy enterprise parameter. Choose System > Enterprise Parameters.>

Enterprise Parameters > Logical Partitioning Default Policy

Logical Partitioning Default Policy ²This parameter determines the default policy for allowing or denying calls between geolocations. Before calls between geolocations are allowed to proceed, Cisco Unified Communications Manager checks to be sure that calls are allowed between the specified geolo cations based on the setting in the Logical Partitioning Policy Configuration window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. If Use System Default is specified in the Logical Partitioning Policy Configuration window, the value in this param eter determines whether calls are allowed or denied. Valid values specify Allow (allow calls to proceed) or Deny (do not allow calls to proceed). This represents a required field . The default value specifies Deny. Step 5) For devices that do not participat e in logical partitioning policy checks, define the geolocation as Unspecified or leave undefined. Note Devices that do not associate with a geolocation or geolocation filter do not participate in logical partitioning policy chec ks. This lack of association can get defined at the individual-device level, the device-pool level, or the enterprise-parameter level. Step 7) Define a set of filter rules in a new Geolocation Filter Configuration window. Step 8) Assign geolocation filters to device pools, trunks, intercluster trunks, gateways, or MGCP ports. Step 9) Assign geolocation filter to the default filter that the Logical Partitioning Default Filter enterprise parameter specifies. Choose System > Enterprise Parameters.>

Enterprise Parameters > Logical Partitioning Default Filte

Logical Partitioning Default Filter²This parameter determines the default filter for geolocations in the logical partitioning feature. Applying a filter to geolocations allows you to reduce the number of fields on the Geo location Configuration window that apply to devices and device pools that belong to that geolocation. To choose a filter in this parameter, you must ensure that the f ilter is already configured in the Geolocation Filter Configuration window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. Valid values include None (do not include any geolocation fields) and the names of all the filters that are configured in the Geolocation Filter Configuration window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. The default value specifies None. Step 10 ) Define a set of logical partitioning policy records in a new Logical Partitioning Policy Configuration window. Step 11) Define a set of policies between geolocation policy record device-type pairs:
{{Geolocation Policy1, devType1}, {Geolocation Policy2, devType2}, policyValue}

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