I assume you mean ingress from PSTN and presented to IP phones? Well, there are multiple ways I am sure, but sticking with the theme of the thread:
If we assume I live in 703 area code:
voice translation-rule 10
rule 1 /^703/ /9703/
rule 2 /^202/ /9202/
rule 3 /^571/ /9571/
rule 4 /.*/ /91&/
voice translation-profile testprofile
translate calling 10
Just a rough example. From 703, there are several areas that are local to me. Like 202 and portions of 571. Anything outside of those areas I will stick a 91 (i.e. long distance). This is all for the NANP and is a simplistic example. I am not sure what would make sense for your operating area.
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