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Park and Page Ring no answer

Park and Page Ring no answer

Park and Page Ring no answer

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I have set up a node using a DID for Transfer before Park and Page. Everything works ok except when the caller is transferred first to the DN before paging the DN rings about 12 rings before the call returns and is parked and Paged. I am concerned that the caller will hang up before waiting for the ark and Page. Is there a ay to change the ring count? I have searched and could not find anything to address. Thank you

RE: Park and Page Ring no answer

Sounds like Transfer Callback Timer setting on the KSU.
Timer should be shortened to 6 on average if required.....higher or equal too then FNA on sets

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RE: Park and Page Ring no answer

(OP)
Thanks, let me give that a try.

RE: Park and Page Ring no answer

(OP)
Yes thanks that did the trick works just fine now.

RE: Park and Page Ring no answer

Nice, thanks for updating.

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