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Topic # 94881 20-Dec-2011 20:32
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I've recently been changed over to Slingshot's Better Network

Lower price and more features/services so I'm happy

However I've noticed the time on the caller id is out by 13 hours - I assume this may have something to do with GMT and daylight savings

Running a fairly common Uniden 3315 cordless phone - I'm assuming the problem is at Slingshots end.

I've had a look at my account settings but can't see anything there that could be relevant

Any suggestions?


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  Reply # 560114 20-Dec-2011 23:04
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Maybe you need to set the time on your phone?




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  Reply # 560115 20-Dec-2011 23:07
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I have the some problem i called slingshot they say they looking into it. that was about
3 mouth ago. still not fix here too




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  Reply # 560118 20-Dec-2011 23:28
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This thread might help.
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=81&topicid=92882

In the interest of time saving, the last reply in this thread is from Scott Page of Slingshot.
He is telling people to also email him directly ( Scott.page@team.slingshot.co.nz ) if they have any issues.

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  Reply # 560239 21-Dec-2011 12:53
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Hi logo,

As cws82us has mentioned, it has been a known issue on our side for some time now. However, I have had a quick word with one of our Network Technicians and we are hoping to have it resolved some time early next year.

-Shaun




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  Reply # 561336 25-Dec-2011 06:16
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Slingshot: Hi logo,

As cws82us has mentioned, it has been a known issue on our side for some time now. However, I have had a quick word with one of our Network Technicians and we are hoping to have it resolved some time early next year.

-Shaun



When daylight saving starts back up then the time on caller id be fix.
and then when savlight saving ends then we will get the same problem.

Caller id right now is one hr behind so this maybe why




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  Reply # 561992 27-Dec-2011 21:57
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Hi Guys

This is a known issue with the exchanges. It is a hardware fault at this stage and we are waiting on a new version of code for the MSAN's to fix this problem.

Thanks
Bevin




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  Reply # 562287 28-Dec-2011 22:04
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Cool bananas




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  Reply # 566321 9-Jan-2012 00:09
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Same caller ID time problem (loses one hour) with a Panasonic KX-TG8322.

Luckily there's an option to ignore it, but nice to hear a solution is coming ...

Cheers,
Nick.

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  Reply # 566322 9-Jan-2012 00:13
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techmeister: Maybe you need to set the time on your phone?


That isn't possible on the standalone units, such as the telecom ones.

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  Reply # 566353 9-Jan-2012 07:23
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mattwnz:
techmeister: Maybe you need to set the time on your phone?


That isn't possible on the standalone units, such as the telecom ones.


I gather it is a problem at Slingshots end. 




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  Reply # 566361 9-Jan-2012 08:10
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Yea would be good to get this fixed. Ours is 13 hrs out ( or 11 not sure but the am/pm is switched as well)

When we set the time on the phone it stays until the phone rings

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  Reply # 566667 9-Jan-2012 21:51
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all so wake up call does not work that well too. i set itfor 17:30 and it wake me up at 14:30. 




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  Reply # 566708 10-Jan-2012 07:24
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No wonder they are a free service as part of there bundle. Lucky I'm not forking out extra cash for it.

I guess this also effects the do not disturb call option.

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  Reply # 566727 10-Jan-2012 08:01
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Nebbie: Hi Guys

This is a known issue with the exchanges. It is a hardware fault at this stage and we are waiting on a new version of code for the MSAN's to fix this problem.

Thanks
Bevin


May I ask what brand of MSAN's you use?
If I were to go on one of these, am I essentially  on VOIP for voice? 

FYI, I had friend that was connected to one of these and he had a problem with our work Phone PBX's IVR
The DTMF's would not work, it always timed out and went to default location. Our work runs an Elastix server, using 2talk. I guessed it was their phone as no one else was having trouble.

I meant to investigate further but they had to go on Telecom wholesale and don't have a problem now.

Just thought you might like to know.


 




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