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Sl2100 problem

Sl2100 problem

Sl2100 problem

I have nec 2100 and i have this problem When I call from the outside line co1 After that, I can hear the guidance message, but when I hang up without dialing any number, the line becomes busy, requiring me to remove the external line and re-enter it again.
And After a minute , i received a call from inmail

RE: Sl2100 problem

You don't have disconnect supervision from the carrier.

RE: Sl2100 problem

Is there any solution

RE: Sl2100 problem

Get disconnect supervision from carrier OR change your DAT table in 47-XX to timeout-hang up.

RE: Sl2100 problem

Can change DAT table to timeout-hang up make a difference?
Does the call come from inmail after about a minute related to the carrier ?
and how can I make the greeting message repeat twice

RE: Sl2100 problem



Record it twice probably the easiest way.

RE: Sl2100 problem

Thank you after I wrote my question, I remembered that I can register twice

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