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Trunk-to-trunk Transfer

Trunk-to-trunk Transfer

When a Norstar is set up for trunk-to-trunk transfer, are the incoming and outgoing trunks (analog) nailed up for the duration of the call?  In other words, once the transfer is complete, are the trunks released and the connnection is established in the CO?

RE: Trunk-to-trunk Transfer

If you do a link transfer on the co's then your line is freed up. If you do a norstar transfer, both lines are tied up for the length of the call. You better make sure you have disconnect supervision on the lines if you use norstar transfer! The lines will hang if you don't.

When in  doubt RTFM (read the friggin manual)

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