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Panasonic 1232

Panasonic 1232

Panasonic 1232

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I have installed a PRI card onto the above system, which is all working OK. I have also created s a DDI ringing group for 2 x faxes. I have a fault that the existing 4 x analogue CO lines are answered by the fax machines after 2 rings. Can somebody give any ideas and what programmes to look at. I have look at the ringing assignments but they look all OK.

RE: Panasonic 1232

There are 3 places in programming where you can program ringing.

1. Under CO line Setting #1, you can program DIL to an extension, which will send calls only to that extension (that CO line will appear solid red on all other phones)
2. Under Trunk Groups TRG, you can set an intercept destination, which is like #1 above, but only after the intercept timer expires.
3. Under Extension/DIL 1:1 N, you can set ringing on undirected CO lines (those that are not directed with DIL)

It is also possible that someone inadvertently forwarded their phone to the fax group.

You can get an idea about where the call is coming from by changing various timers and seeing when the 2 ring delay changes.

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