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Ringing Cycle Option

Ringing Cycle Option

Ringing Cycle Option

Hi there!

Is it possible to define own ringing cycle options, if yes
in which overlay program i can do this?

brgs peter

RE: Ringing Cycle Option

Hi Peter
change RCO in LD 20
RCO zero = 4rings
RCO 1= 6 rings
RCO 2= 8 rngs
look at the TNB of the exrn.


RE: Ringing Cycle Option

Thanks for your reply, but I meant, if it is possible to change it eg. RCO 0 = 2 rings, RCO 1 = 4 rings and so on

RE: Ringing Cycle Option

Yes it is the custmer data block ld 15

RE: Ringing Cycle Option

have a look at the RCY settings in LD 21/cdb
Change in LD 15

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