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Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

(OP)
I have a hipath 4000, but the analog stations are not sending tones or pulse when a keypress is done. I have a ring genarator card Q2468 and the SLMA card Q2246.

RE: Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

Some older analog sets care about polarity. SO first try switching tip and ring.

If that does not help, check the loop current through the set with the set off hook. If it is less than 23 milliamaps then that could be your problem. In that case you may need to use aa station card that supports long wire runs, or there may be a configuration options such as 24 verus 48 volts.

Let us know what you find.

Good luck

RE: Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

(OP)
You are a life saver, worked great with switching tip ring.

RE: Help no tones on analog staion keypress/Hipath 4000 ?

See, I know more than just ISDN!

Seriously though, you must have some very old POTS phones.

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