You can accomplish this in several ways. One option is to use voice translation profiles on the H.323 gateway in the same way that you have already done on the CME system. There are several options on the CUCM, but they all have the same general theme.
For instance, you can create a route pattern like this:
We create a pattern with a dot "." after the 9. Then we instruct the CUCM to discard anything before the dot (which means we drop the 9) and then we tell CUCM to prefix 08888.
You can perform the digit manipulation at a Route Group level as well. Handy if you had to apply different prefix rules for different telephony systems. With 7.x you can also use a robust set of transformations at the gateway level.
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