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  Reply # 1148176 6-Oct-2014 12:41
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Was a bit of a strange one. I could have done a bit more if I was onsite. I sorted the incoming calls. Outgoing on the FXO all looked to be good, but calls would fail to make it out for some reason.
Will probably remain a mystery :(

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  Reply # 1148201 6-Oct-2014 13:43
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useful to know coffeebaron. the only issue ive had with the yeastar appliances is some echo on pstn trunks but that was fixable via the trunk gain settings.

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