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KX-TEM824 FXS port don't hangup

KX-TEM824 FXS port don't hangup

KX-TEM824 FXS port don't hangup

Hi there,

We have a panasonic KX-TEM824 connected connected to an ATA HT488: KX-TEM824:FXS<--->FXO:HT488

I have been unable to configure the ATA to do hangup detection properly.  It seems this panasonic model doesn't handle polarity reverse or battery drop to end a call on the fxs port. It just play a busy tone.

Is there any way to manage polarity reverse on the FXS ports of KX-TEM824?.  If is not possible, please help me to find this data about the KX-TEM824:

   - AC Termination impedance (ohm)
   - Disconnect Tone Frequency 1 and 2 (if exists)
   - Disconnect Tone Cadence: ms on and ms off

I need this data to configure the ATA in order to try to do
a right hangup detection.

Thanks for any clue.

Martin Cabrera
Oracle dba

RE: KX-TEM824 FXS port don't hangup

no your right the panasonic doesnt do cpc detection however you can sorce a no of adaptors thatwhen connected to the line will cause cpc for the system the best man to talk to here is CWC3 he often talks on this subject here


RE: KX-TEM824 FXS port don't hangup

www.sandman.com very cool site here in the US OF A
cpc generator is what you are looking for!

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