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Calling Party Control (CPC)

Calling Party Control (CPC)

Calling Party Control (CPC)

Can anyone tell how to use Calling Party Control.
I'm having call lock-up problems and was told that I needed to use CPC but I was not told how it works or what I do.
I have a KX-TD816,with a PSTN trunk line connected to line circuit 1 on the system on trunk circuit 6 I have a GSM FCT unit.
What I'm doing is call forwarding the incoming call on the PSTN line to a mobile phone via the FCT.
The call goes through and connects but doesn't clear down on the completion of the call.

Has anyone used this fearture and can help me get this thing to release.

RE: Calling Party Control (CPC)

can that gsm unit produce a cpc signal

RE: Calling Party Control (CPC)

more comonlly cacced cpc signal detect. it is a signal sent by your line provider that tells the phone system the outside line has disconnected unfortunatly the system cant do this for you but you can get a unit to go between the psdn line and the phone system and the best man to tell you where to get it is (CWC3 above post )


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