Your question needs more elaboration. To my understanding you want to translate 9001 to 9008 and 9001 to just 008. there are 2 ways to do this either by num-exp or by Translation-rule. here is a sample
num-exp 9001 9008 --> this will globally change the number
translation-rule 10---> this has to be called from a dial-peer
The senario require transparent international dialing number for the users instead of trying to remember what international budget call the company have. For example the various internation budget calling number as below
018 and etc
convert to 008, this portion of translation have been done on the callmanager with no problem. However, the additional overseas numbers followed after the international digits cannot be append to it. eg 008!
BTW, the issue has been resolved for multiple budget call extensions which require to convert to 9008! . The conversions require the Cisco IVR which does a query on SQL database which it will replace 9001 into 9008 before it throw the digits to CallManager. Great Stuffs and having fun here!
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