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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 160451 7-Jan-2015 10:39
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I use 2talk as a VoIP provider.

Most star codes for changing 2talk features settings via the phone work find. However, *72 and *92 which related to call forwarding settings doesn't seem to work on NetComm NF4V.

For example, the below *73 and*93 work as expected but *72xxx or *92xxx do not do anything. I believe these star codes are reserved or preset by NF4V.

*72xxx Call Forward Always Activation
*73 Call Forward Always Deactivation
*92xxx Call Forward No Answer Activation
*93 Call Forward No Answer Deactivation

Is there anyone know how to disable these star codes on NF4V?

Thanks in advance.


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  Reply # 1209811 7-Jan-2015 11:31
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What do you hear when you dial *72? And just to check, you should be dialling *72 followed by the number all in one go ie *72063550001.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1209857 7-Jan-2015 12:35
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First I don't get the response hence I get the original bell sound so I can redial any number again.

Yes, I dialed *72 followed by the number. As I mentioned above If I make a call *72 followed number, it makes a call to the followed number because *72 is ignored. Hope you understand what I mean.

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