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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 14616 12-Jul-2007 10:14
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I have several Linksys SPA3102's with trunks to a asterisk box and several VOIP phones. If the line has Telecom Call Diversion on the SPA3102 wont make an outgoing call.

I assume this is a problem with the config on the SPA3102's. If i plug them into a line without Call Diversion on they work fine.

If I connect a normal analog phone directly into a line with Call Diversion on it has a different tone to indicate that the Call Diversion is on. I suspect this tone is preventing the SPA3102 from making outbound calls. Maby it thinks the line is bisy / in sue or something i dont know.

Any idea what setting this will be related too??

Cheers
-Karl

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7 posts

Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 77870 12-Jul-2007 17:58
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it has to be a dial tone issue.

i just called telecom and they have no idea what the dialtone is when call divert is turned on. they said some tech might know but they have no idea who to ask.

the telepermit pdf (http://www.telepermit.co.nz/TNA102.pdf) also does not mention the call diversion Supervisory tones / Hz setting.

from different sites off the internet i have tried these tones:

dial tone   400@-19,425@-19;10(*/0/1+2)
dial tone   400@-19,400@-19;20(*/0/1+2)
dial tone   400@-9;30(*/0/1)

they all work fine when call divert is off but when its on it doesnt like it. just gives a bisy signal. if i plug a analog phone directly in it works fine.

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