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Topic # 171961 7-May-2015 00:59

So I'm setting up a Cisco SPA502G with 2talk.

I managed to use their auto-provision which seemed to have worked fine. However when dialling a number (any) you hear the standard dial tone as well a the calling tone. So it's the phone doesn't stop the dial tone when calling.

I'm thinking that I needed to check the tone settings, so I looked through the 2talk manual guide for a SPA122: http://blog.2talk.co.nz/spa122.html, but I can't seem to find any differences in the Call Progress Tone settings.

I also found a guide by a fellow gz member sbiddle: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/sbiddle/7208. Again I checked some of the settings, but I'm getting a little lost

I think it's just 1 or 2 of the entries which just isn't quite right.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Nick

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  Reply # 1301796 11-May-2015 10:47

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  Reply # 1306168 15-May-2015 22:02
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We don't use the 2Talk provisioning system, so I'm not sure of their settings.  We don't touch any of those type of settings on the SPA502G and we have no issues.

I think I would try upgrading the firmware on the phone if I was you.  We are currently using the latest software with few issues (such a mutual TLS issue which you'll never use).
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