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R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

I’m setting up remote paging.  I programmed in lines, Ans mode: auto,  Ans with DISA: Y  .
I have one client with MICS 3.0 and it works great.  I tried to set it up on MICS 4.1 and it Won’t work, no dial tone.  I went to another client that has MICS 4.1 and the same results.  Does anyone know if a patches is out for 4.1 or some kind of fix.

Thanks for any information.

RE: R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

In order for DISA to work there has to be a tone generator and DTMF receiver in the system (a COMBO cartridge in slot 2). Do you have this on both the systems?

Communications Systems Int'l

RE: R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

Thanks JerryReeve, that was the answer. I put a Combo cartridge in slot 2 and it worked.  Do you know if the DISA could work with a Services Cartridge in slot 1 only, or does it only work with a Combo Cartridge?   
Thanks for your help.  

RE: R emote Paging Won't Work In 4.1

Yes, as far as i can tell you can use a services cartridge to provide the tone generatore/dtmf reeivers for disa in slot one (a services cartridge can only go in slot one) or one of the combo cartridges.

Communications Systems Int'l

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