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DISA Call disconnection

DISA Call disconnection

DISA Call disconnection

(OP)

we are using disa on ES824. once caller ring the extension through internal or external DIS, called extension rings continously even the caller keep the phone.

any work around?

thanks..

RE: DISA Call disconnection

does your c.o. lines have cpc on them

RE: DISA Call disconnection

(OP)

Yes it has cpc signalling.
incomming 22ms to 614 ms (various values)
outgoing enable/dissable.

RE: DISA Call disconnection

(OP)

I think i misunderstood the your question. CPC signalling is not used in our country and battery or polarity reverse is supplied on request.

RE: DISA Call disconnection

I think you have answered your own question
why calls are not disconecting properly.
there are devices out there that can be installed
on the line that provide a cpc signal.

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