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What parameter controls Delay from off-hook to 1st dtmf digit

What parameter controls Delay from off-hook to 1st dtmf digit

What parameter controls Delay from off-hook to 1st dtmf digit

(OP)
Using Lucent Definity swtich and i want to increase the delay after the call has been answered to the time that the first digit is passed.

100ms after the call has been answered but what if you need to increase that value. Is there a parameter for that delay time?

RE: What parameter controls Delay from off-hook to 1st dtmf digit

Hi there,
Assuming you are using the converse data command, I think what you are looking for is the 'converse first data delay' and 'second data delay' on the system-parameters features form (ch sys feat), page 8. Let me know if I got your question wrong.

RE: What parameter controls Delay from off-hook to 1st dtmf digit

(OP)
Thanks, BIS..


I really appreciate it....

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