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Topic # 13338 5-May-2007 00:52
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Sometimes I call people and I just get dead silence.  I assume something has gone wrong, but then I hear them pick up.  No rings tones are audible to alert me to the fact that I have made the call ... so I don't know whether to hang up and redial or what!  Anyone know the cause of this?  Using a SPA2102 with Telecom's ADSL.





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  Reply # 69602 5-May-2007 14:24
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I've had the odd occurance with incoming calls, so maybe its related:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=65&TopicId=13111




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  Reply # 69754 7-May-2007 00:22
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I has this happen to me again today. I haven't had it for a couple weeks or so up until now. if maverick or anyone is interested it happened at around 2:40pm.

I still swear heat in the wrtp54g is at least partially to blame. (i just changed its location yesterday) and it was quite hot again when I had the problem The problem affected both lines on my wrtp54g at the same time. line 1 in a VFX line. line 2 is internetcalls.com

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