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"analog" lines over wireless internet

"analog" lines over wireless internet

"analog" lines over wireless internet

I have an IPO customer who moved to a new location. Their dial tone is temporarily coming in over wireless internet, connected to a Cisco ATA and presented to the system as analog lines.

Can you believe we're having trouble?

Calls are taking over a minute to disconnect. Remote transfers and forwards to cell phones never disconnect. We have to have the AA pick up after just 2 rings, because if we extend it more, the lines disconnect and give us a fast busy.

Sigh. Is there anything on the IPO that could help this situation? In about a month they will convert to a fiber network.

RE: "analog" lines over wireless internet

Man this is wrong on so many levels good luck with that set up

RE: "analog" lines over wireless internet

Unless you can configure disconnect clear on the ATAs then no, assuming you have tried busy tone detection...but that's hit/miss, also the ATAs may not provide busy tone as per the locale specs anyway..

You should never trunk to trunk on analogue lines anyway, never mind ones running between ATAs smile

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