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Topic # 75016 11-Jan-2011 20:17
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I have recently changed to VoIP via 2Talk. Now on Naked DSL and getting old number ported over (in process). Currently using the 028 number.

An issue I have is that when i make an outbound call, the ringing volume is very low. Is there a way I can tweak this? Everything else seems to be ok (so far).

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  Reply # 426297 11-Jan-2011 20:47
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Check your impedence setting, it's probably wrong. If your firmware doesn't support the 370+620||210nF setting that's officially used in NZ (BT2) your best option is to use 600ohm.

Failing that increase the gain settings slightly in the ATA settings.



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  Reply # 426335 11-Jan-2011 23:34
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Here are the settings I have.



I have changed it  600 but it didn't make any difference. 

Are you able to clarify your comment about increasing the gain settings slightly in the ATA settings. Ie: what is the setting called and what do you recommend?

Thanks in advance





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 426359 12-Jan-2011 06:20
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From that screen you have the output gain set to -10 which is the cause of your problems. The Linksys default is -3 for both input/output and unles you have echo there is no reason to change it.



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  Reply # 426380 12-Jan-2011 08:46
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Thanks for that, have changed. Unfortunately no noticeable difference in regards to the ringing volume. Anything else you could suggest?





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