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VG-310 - Polycom DTMF issues

VG-310 - Polycom DTMF issues

VG-310 - Polycom DTMF issues

We recently replaced an Option 81C with Cisco CM , analog devices are connected to VG-310 units . One user is reporting that when calling into a bridge / conference call , the far end is hearing multiple/repeat DTMF tones . User has a Polycom analog phone . So far , we haven't been able to duplicate the issue but aside from a hardware issue with the Polycom , has anyone experienced anything similar ? Any settings in the VG310 that might resolve this issue ? According to the user , this didn't happen on the Option 81 only started happening since the CM was installed .
Thanks in advance !

RE: VG-310 - Polycom DTMF issues

Hi Foneguy. Is it possible that you share with me your config. I'm new at voice gateways and little confused about sccp feature codes. and also would like to know about voice-port configs

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