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  Reply # 2090441 14-Sep-2018 08:33
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I'm also calling from an Xperia XZ Premium. Interesting.

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  Reply # 2090447 14-Sep-2018 08:44
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Minanz:

my missed calls are from an xperia XZ too


 


How do i contact the GSP?



Well the GSP is 2degrees and you have already sent them the information here on Geekzone

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  Reply # 2090469 14-Sep-2018 09:33
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We've looked into this and with the examples given they are not reaching our network which leads us to believe the caller or phone is dailling the wrong number. There could be a corruption with the contact details so we are asking customers to get the caller to manually enter the number, rather than using the stored contact details to see if those calls come through. 

 

@Minanz - I've PM'd you on this, did you get a chance to try this? 

 

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  Reply # 2094398 21-Sep-2018 11:17
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Sorry for the delay in responding to your query.  He has tried both dialing the number and using the number stored in the call log both of these methods sometime work and other times they don't.  Earlier today (11.14 am) he tried to ring me using the call log and got a message saying there was no such number, the second time he rang it came through.


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  Reply # 2094410 21-Sep-2018 11:30
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@Minanz as @2degreescare has pointed out the calls are not reaching the 2degrees network so the issue has to be on the A party network. Fault investigation should always start on the A party network as well

 

Ask the person on the A party network to escalate this to the Spark porting team to check SRRI routing (They could have 2 and one is correct and the other incorrect) and they should also run a trace to look at the failed call

 

This is a very simple check / fix from the Spark side

 

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  Reply # 2094414 21-Sep-2018 11:54
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Apologies i was replying the previous question, however I should have replied by PM.  Will do in the future.


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  Reply # 2135091 27-Nov-2018 10:07
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Easy to replicate this issue and needs to be raised with core network team

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  Reply # 2135097 27-Nov-2018 10:16
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Will go over steps to replicate this issue @2degreescare

 

Call a 2degrees mobile number from another 2degrees mobile number and let it ring / page for about 10 seconds (Hang up before call is passed to voicemail) then hang up and call back straight away (As fast as possible) then you will hear the message " 2Degrees does not recognise the mobile number you have called check the number and dial again "

 

If calling from another carrier you should hear the A party network announcement to check the number not the 2degrees announcement a incoming call from off-net  

 

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  Reply # 2135099 27-Nov-2018 10:24
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Thanks John, I am still having the same issue but haven't heard back from 2 degrees.

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  Reply # 2135153 27-Nov-2018 11:33
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Minanz: Thanks John, I am still having the same issue but haven't heard back from 2 degrees.

 

@Minanz Can you replicate the issue I have described above from another carrier? Off-net

 

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  Reply # 2135164 27-Nov-2018 11:48
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Linux:

 

Will go over steps to replicate this issue @2degreescare

 

Call a 2degrees mobile number from another 2degrees mobile number and let it ring / page for about 10 seconds (Hang up before call is passed to voicemail) then hang up and call back straight away (As fast as possible) then you will hear the message " 2Degrees does not recognise the mobile number you have called check the number and dial again "

 

If calling from another carrier you should hear the A party network announcement to check the number not the 2degrees announcement a incoming call from off-net  

 

John 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I assume you're on LTE to begin with, not 3G?





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  Reply # 2135171 27-Nov-2018 11:58
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SaltyNZ:

 

Linux:

 

Will go over steps to replicate this issue @2degreescare

 

Call a 2degrees mobile number from another 2degrees mobile number and let it ring / page for about 10 seconds (Hang up before call is passed to voicemail) then hang up and call back straight away (As fast as possible) then you will hear the message " 2Degrees does not recognise the mobile number you have called check the number and dial again "

 

If calling from another carrier you should hear the A party network announcement to check the number not the 2degrees announcement a incoming call from off-net  

 

John 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I assume you're on LTE to begin with, not 3G?

 

 

@SaltyNZ My handset (A party) must be on 3G as it's setting up the call and I am hearing check the number and dial again from 2degrees

 

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  Reply # 2135174 27-Nov-2018 12:00
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Settings say 2g/3g/4g auto connect. 2 degrees think it could be a faulty sim card.

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  Reply # 2135176 27-Nov-2018 12:04
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Minanz: Settings say 2g/3g/4g auto connect. 2 degrees think it could be a faulty sim card.

 

@Minanz No it's not SIM card related pointless swapping it out

 

I did not ask you to check network handset settings, Please read my description above how to replicate the issue, Can you test and see if the same thing happens

 

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  Reply # 2135182 27-Nov-2018 12:18
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Linux:

 

SaltyNZ:

 

I assume you're on LTE to begin with, not 3G?

 

 

@SaltyNZ My handset (A party) must be on 3G as it's setting up the call and I am hearing check the number and dial again from 2degrees

 

John

 

 

 

 

Yes and no - if you are in LTE whilst (voice) idle and you make an outbound call, then your handset has to first hand down to 3G in order to make the call. Likewise, if the called party was on LTE when called then they also must hand down to 3G. At the end of the call, both handsets will attempt to hand back up to LTE. I suspect if you try to make a call while that procedure is in progress you might find that it could sometimes fail at one end or the other, leaving you with a failed call.

 

That would explain why you have to make fast successive calls to provoke it, and why it is intermittent, at least for OP. Add to the mix that there are fast and slow CSFB network procedures. But I can't remember whether the handset needs to cooperate to use the fast one or whether that is mediated purely by core & RAN feature support, nor whether the handing back up afterwards is initiated by the network or the device.





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