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Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Good Morning,

Not sure if this is possible, but is there a way to force disconnect a call after X seconds on lines connected to a TM2LP card?
The analogue trunks in question are connected to a Multitone Access 3000 paging system and there is an issue where some users aren't clearing calls down, leaving the trunks as busy.

Normally I clear by reseting the trunks, but would be nice if the system
Most of the calls come from other systems via a Cisco CUSE, so in theory a TCL script would be possible solution but they are not easy to write.


RE: Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Assuming you are talking about a HiPath/OpenScape 4000, if you are using PTIME block 87 for your trunks, with parameter S12 you can have an automated release of connection after a certain time, but this will happen regardless of state, so it might interrupt an ongoing call.

Otherwise, the alternative is to use a TMANI board instead, this has a built-in busy/disconect tone detection that should trigger the release of the connection once one of the parties hangs up.

RE: Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Thanks, will have a look at that.
Calls only need to be about 10 seconds long. Enough for the bleep system to receive the DMTF messages and process. There are no voice processing.
TMANI card isn't an option in this case - the bleep system is end of life and will go by the end of the year at the latest.

RE: Force disconnect after X seconds on TM2LP card

Thanks that worked.

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