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Topic # 24138 16-Jul-2008 00:34
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Hi,

I have VFX (Fusion) but my Panasonic dect phone is not displaying the caller ID. It just shows as blank.

The manual says that it supports caller ID. It is model KX-TCD410NZ.

The Caller ID is showing up in MY WAG54GP2 as "Last caller number".

Xnet help desk suggested that I turn off zero insertion, but there is no option on the phone for this. Anyway, extra zeros arn't the problem, I'm not displaying any numbers

Can anyone help please?

Regards,
Allen.





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  Reply # 148387 16-Jul-2008 06:24
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This is interesting we actually had this model around here and had no issues with caller ID not displaying, looking at the call details of the 3 calls yesterday, only one was was restricted the other 2 presented correctly, your account is fine so no changes there.

Sorry for the dumb question here, but I take it this phone has worked with CallerID before ?




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  Reply # 148459 16-Jul-2008 12:10
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No, never used caller ID on it before.

Phone documentation says it has this feature, and I have also tried changing the options to display the caller ID while the call is in progress, and still no joy. Is it worth removing the leading zero at the Xnet end to see if this helps?

It's not a biggy, just thought someone may have struck this before.

Regards, Allen.





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Welcome my Son, Welcome to the machine...
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Yamaha z7, Boston VR2 (LR), Boston VRC (C), Energy RCR (SL & SR), Boston HD5 (SBL & R)   Velodyn SPL1200 ultra. Phillips CD650, Sony DVP S735D, TViX M6500A, Oppo BDP83, Panasonic PT-AE700, 120" Fixed screen.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 148464 16-Jul-2008 12:24
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Have you tried using either a different phone, with caller ID capability, or a caller display unit, to rule out the phone playing silly buggers?




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  Reply # 148465 16-Jul-2008 12:25
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Hi Allen,

No not at this point, not until you get it working then you can, it should actually be displaying by default so it could actually be the phone itself as it all looks good from here.




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  Reply # 148572 16-Jul-2008 17:47
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maverick: Hi Allen,

...it should actually be displaying by default so it could actually be the phone itself as it all looks good from here.


Thanks Maverick, I'll see if I can borrow another caller ID capable phone off someone and try that.

regards,

Allen.





---------------------------------------------------------
Welcome my Son, Welcome to the machine...
---------------------------------------------------------

Yamaha z7, Boston VR2 (LR), Boston VRC (C), Energy RCR (SL & SR), Boston HD5 (SBL & R)   Velodyn SPL1200 ultra. Phillips CD650, Sony DVP S735D, TViX M6500A, Oppo BDP83, Panasonic PT-AE700, 120" Fixed screen.



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  Reply # 150481 22-Jul-2008 21:09
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Hi.

Xnet have now finished transferring my telecom number to my VFX service, resetting my profile in the process GRRR!!, but caller ID has now miraculously started working on my Panasonic Dect phone.

I didn't change anything my end! Mmmm...

Regards,

Allen.






---------------------------------------------------------
Welcome my Son, Welcome to the machine...
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Yamaha z7, Boston VR2 (LR), Boston VRC (C), Energy RCR (SL & SR), Boston HD5 (SBL & R)   Velodyn SPL1200 ultra. Phillips CD650, Sony DVP S735D, TViX M6500A, Oppo BDP83, Panasonic PT-AE700, 120" Fixed screen.

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