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Callr ID problem

Callr ID problem

Callr ID problem

(OP)
I use KXT624 with KX-Ta30893x CID card on it
problem is in SMDR prining.Caller ID  is not shown for incoming call longer than 13 Seconds.
for call that thir duratin are between 1 and 13 seconds log contains CID ,Like: <  Incoming   >12345678
but when log duration goes above 13 seconds log just shows <   Incoming >   
what is the problem?  

RE: Callr ID problem

what version of 624 is this a -1?

RE: Callr ID problem

(OP)
i am not sure about version.how to know?
What to do if it is a version problem?

RE: Callr ID problem

(OP)
Thank you.I will take a look
I dont think its old,But i will look.
I tested the Card on an old KXT308 PBX and works great.Nut with this 624 ....oops

RE: Callr ID problem

(OP)
All geocities pages are filtered in my Countrey.
I used an anonmizer and i got 404 error

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