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Thread: RE: My outbound calls is not working fine
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RE: My outbound calls is not working fine 17.04.2012 03:08 Forum: Bugs

I've had similar issues. Outbounds calls don't connect. I have to hit the 'submit and start' button in Personal Data to fix it, but I end up having to do this more than once per day.

Thread: RE: Incoming Caller ID Time
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RE: Incoming Caller ID Time 24.10.2011 01:58 Forum: Miscellaneous

Sorry for the vague description. They are actually some Dect1480 cordless phones connected to my PAP2T device. When I first got them, I manually set the time, but noticed that soon afterward they would become two hours fast. The manual states you can set the time manually or "If you have Caller ID, the phone sets the day and time from the CID data". This will then override any time I put in, and without any way that I can see either in the phone menus or in the manual to disable this feature. It would be nice too to have an accurate CID history on the phone too.

Thread: RE: Incoming Caller ID Time
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Incoming Caller ID Time 22.10.2011 23:44 Forum: Miscellaneous

When I receive calls, they are registered 2 hours difference of the time zone I live in (Mountain). On the Personal Data page, I have US/Mountain Selected, so I'm not if I might be missing something somewhere else. My phones automatically set their time based on caller id, so they are constantly wrong as this overrides my manual settings.

Thread: RE: Inbound Call Issue
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RE: Inbound Call Issue 24.09.2011 04:33 Forum: Bugs

Removing and recreating the ring group appears to have solved the problem, thanks for the suggestion.

Thread: RE: Inbound Call Issue
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Inbound Call Issue 23.09.2011 20:59 Forum: Bugs

I have one trunk(1) send calls to a Ring Group<1>, and another trunk(2) ringing a single extension<702> which is not part of any ring group. When trunk(2) receives a call, it rings my Ring Group<1> along with it's extension<2>. When a member of my ring group attempts to answer a call it should not have receive, the call does not ever patch through, which in a way let's me know the call really wasn't intended for me. I've gone in and changed and changed back the inbound settings, and also clicked on "Submit and Start" in personal settings, but it hasn't yet resolved itself.

Thread: RE: Lost Registration on Register Expires
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RE: Lost Registration on Register Expires 19.08.2011 17:14 Forum: Miscellaneous

Turns out my ATA was just acting up and just doing some other weird stuff for some reason. I did a factory reset and now it's holding the connection just fine.

Thread: RE: dialing the PBX from PAP2T and a callthru question
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RE: dialing the PBX from PAP2T and a callthru question 18.08.2011 16:21 Forum: Miscellaneous

http://www1.pbxes.com/forum/thread.php?t...1303953180&sid=

http://www.toao.net/108-linksys-dial-plan-tips

This dial plan works good for me for North America dial plans. I still want to tweak it, but it works out of box for 10 digit dialing.

For your first question anyway.

Thread: RE: Lost Registration on Register Expires
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Lost Registration on Register Expires 16.08.2011 17:09 Forum: Miscellaneous

I've recently run into an issues where my PAP2T will lose registration once the registration expires and it attempts to re-register. It fails to re-register on expiration, so it goes into a timeout (that I set to 30 seconds), retries and then will be successful.
The second port on the PAP2T registers to a different registry, and uses the same "registration expires" amount, but does not have issues with lost registration.
Before having this issue I also noticed also when my network experiences heavy traffic flow, the ata will lose registration to pbxes, but will stay connected to the other registry.
I'm using a stun server to aid with nat, which up til now has been working flawlessly. I've read that nat keep-alive is enabled at pbxes, must it be activated through the web gui, or is it enough to activate it in the ata?
What would you recommend for the nat keep alive interval, and what do you recommend for ata re-registration interval? I am using QoS to prioritze the PAP2T, which has helped keep good voice quality while on a call.

edit: I was checking my ata's connection remotely over vpn, which I believe is generating the sufficient amount of traffic to cause it to fail to re-registering. I'm wondering if this has to do with the nat keep-alive. I left it at the default 15 seconds, but maybe this value is too small? The other registry does not have issues like I said, so I'm amiss as to what the problem might be.

Thread: RE: Pap2t outgoing call delay
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RE: Pap2t outgoing call delay 30.04.2011 04:23 Forum: Miscellaneous

Thanks for the guidance guys. I found this sight for North American dial plans, though there appears to be stuff all over the place.

Thread: RE: Pap2t outgoing call delay
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Pap2t outgoing call delay 28.04.2011 03:13 Forum: Miscellaneous

I just bought a pap2t box. It works great on incoming calls. Outgoing calls work good except there's a 7 second delay before it actual starts dialing. No biggie, but is there some setting that could help speed that up?

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