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SLT disconnect

SLT disconnect

SLT disconnect

have seen this on trunks alright but not on a slt..

kxtd1232 with xdp slt on end.  the slt is a dect with built in answering machine.  when a call rings the extension the TAM picks up no problem, but when the caller hangs up, the TAM stays on the line, beeep, beeep, beeep, etc etc.

don't want to start guessing which timer to use but has anyone seen this and what code do i use.

thanks in advance


RE: SLT disconnect

if this is a panasonic answering machine there is a cpc setting on the machine set it to " b "
or live with it or buy a cpc generator for 79 USD

RE: SLT disconnect

i am pretty sure i can do what i want through programming but just can't locate the ocrrect programming code

RE: SLT disconnect

no there is no disconnect supervision on slt's on
the TD thats the problem the answering mahchine has no idea
the outside caller has hung up always been a big problem
if you don't use a panasonic answering machine that has a b
option for cpc

RE: SLT disconnect

AT&T answer machice will not work as per panasonic tech with the KXT1232

RE: SLT disconnect

we all know that ?

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