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Inter-digit time-out parameters?

Inter-digit time-out parameters?

Inter-digit time-out parameters?

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Not sure if the subject is worded correctly but here is the issue.  We have a BCM 400 on 3.6 connected to a PRI.  When dialing an external number we have confirmed that you have to enter each successive digit within 5 seconds of each other or the call will "setup", e.g. grab a B channel and dial out.  Of course, if I'm slow for some reason, the call does not go through because I have only a partially entered number.  We have noted that internal calls allow for a 15 second inter-number delay.  

My question, can these timers or "time-out" parameters be changed and if so, where?  

Thanks.  

RE: Inter-digit time-out parameters?

Change your dialing timeout - located under Telephony Services, general settings, then click on Dialing Plan.  Default timeout is 4 seconds.  Maximum is 15 seconds.

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