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Dialing Time Out

Dialing Time Out

Dialing Time Out

Does anyone know how to increase the alloted time allowed between key presses to dial numbers?

For example, dial 9-1-954-42 <look to see what next numbers are - oops, took too long - timed out).

It appears to about 3 seconds and I'd like to increase it.

RE: Dialing Time Out

Default is 4 seconds. I usually adjust it to 6 seconds.
It is easy to find where to adjust it, just did one today, but don't have access right now to find it.
Wow, that was a real helpful answer that I just gave you.  If you don't get this answered better by someone more awake, I will reply again after some sleep.

MarvO said it

RE: Dialing Time Out

I checked through the socumentation and through the Manager but couldn't see where to change it.

Please, after you've had some sleep, could you let me know where to change it.


RE: Dialing Time Out

Here you go.

Unified Manager
Go to General settings under DIALING PLAN
I set it to 6 sec.
Hope you find it there.  I just did another one today.

MarvO said it

RE: Dialing Time Out

Found it, thanks.

It was under:

Services | Telephony Services | General Settings | Dialing Plan

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