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2000 IPS attenuation

2000 IPS attenuation

2000 IPS attenuation

(OP)
I have a 2000IPS on a T1 over fiber to my old 2400IMS.  I am getting attenuation on all phones that are running off of the 2000. I hear that there is a setting that can be changed for the attenuation when it is being muxed.  Any help would be appreciated

RE: 2000 IPS attenuation

Need more information: Is the connection too loud? Is there echo on the call connection?

RE: 2000 IPS attenuation

(OP)
The problem exhists on the digital phones, they recieve incomming traffic fine its just that outbound transmit volume is very low.  I have gone through the programming manual and have looked into volume controll.  this does not help.  We are running Dterm E series phones with Push to talk handsets.  I have investigated the possibility that the handsets are incompatible with the Dterm E phones.  The handsets are said to be compatible.  I have not noticed any "echo" durring connection.  Thank you for looking into this  

RE: 2000 IPS attenuation

Look at PAD settings for your trunks. BE CAREFUL.  look at the first page of settings for command 35.

Gary

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