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Topic # 31299 12-Mar-2009 09:56
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After a bit of googling, I finally found a couple of quick descriptions of the Call Progress Tone syntax for Sipura/Linksys devices.. So this:

480@-19,620@-19;10(.25/.25/1+2)

Means:

480@-19 : "tone 1" is 480 Hz at -19dBm
620@-19 : "tone 2" is 620 Hz at -19dBm

10(..) gives the duration of the tone - is this in seconds?

The contents of the duration is the definition.. "On/Off/Tones" - so (.25/.25/1+2) is "On" for .25 seconds, "Off" for .25 seconds. The 1+2 specifies each tone should be played simultaneously.


Now, what I'm wondering is what the variations of the last bit mean.. for example, the set of tones for NZ have things like:

*/0/1 - the 1 is obvious, but I'm not sure about the */0 - is that just 'on all the time' ?




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  Reply # 200784 12-Mar-2009 10:55
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www.voipusers.org.nz wiki has all the NZ Linksys settings on it.

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  Reply # 200789 12-Mar-2009 11:33
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Cheers. I had already found those.. I was more interested in the syntax description - I've since found the demo copy of 3am's CPT-Master which explains a lot about how the syntax works with examples, and also lets me play around with creating different tones.




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  Reply # 202871 23-Mar-2009 19:24
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This sounds quite good, but I wonder if I have a normal Telecomline what an extra number does for me and especially what I can do with an 028 number ?


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  Reply # 202876 23-Mar-2009 19:38
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hotkiwi:

This sounds quite good, but I wonder if I have a normal Telecomline what an extra number does for me and especially what I can do with an 028 number ?



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If you have an 028 2talk number you can can call anybody else who has an 028 number for free.

You can also divert 028 numbers to a mobile for free so anybody calling you on your 028 number can be forwarded to your mobile for free.

There aren't any real benefits other than that - just that you get a non geographic number for free.

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  Reply # 202905 23-Mar-2009 22:06
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I wonder if anyone else has the Linksys SPA3102?  The voip wiki (linked to above) reports that the FXS impendance setting should be 310 nF // 370 ohms + 620 ohms, however that option is not available in the latest v5.1.7(GW) firmware for the SPA3102. I know it used to be an option in the v3 firmware but it seems to have been removed.  Anyone else notice this?

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