| | Re: 46xxsettings mongo5150 Yesterday at 01:45 PM 1
What you need to do is allow the default 46xxsettings file. Then edit that. That is not recommended though, as things change in the config that will change the default settings file. For this reason, they created the 46xxspecials.txt file.
An alternate way, would be to add a short code to the users....which addresses the Internal Auto Answer:
(X affects internal calls and Y affects external calls)
With the digit set to “1”, this is normal operation.
With the digit set to “2”, this will give 3 beeps (heard by both parties) and answer the call.
With the digit set to “3”, the agent will get 1 ring cycle, and the call is answered, with the external party not hearing anything…
| | Re: External transfer via auto attendant dougster 05/11/21 11:08 PM 1
I just thought i would put this in here in case anyone ever would need it. Unlikely.
to do a flash hook (centrex) transfer
suffix is ,,, (2 or 3 commas)
| | Re: A bastardized Quagmire Clusterf...k! Carl Navarro 05/05/21 03:56 PM 8
I must be sleeping.... To the OP, how did you get involved in this in the first place? As soon as another party tore out your wiring, it becomes their responsibility. If your customer wanted you to fix it, then you should have negotiated rates.
Flash cut comes to mind. The other vendor took ownership the minute he pulled the blocks off the brackets.
Your $10K figure is grand. (10 of them, pun intended) but in a lawsuit, you'll not be fully compensated for labor and they aren't going to be your customer when the dust settles. Get what you can and remember the lesson you learned. GET IT IN WRITING!!!
| | Re: SL1100 live event viewing? dans 05/03/21 12:18 PM 6
By default all extension are not assign any timer class, so the system looks at 24-01 and 02
You set any extension to a class of service in 20-29 and make changes to the class you are using.
Now the system will avoid 24.01 and 02 and look at 20-29.
| | Re: SV 8100 9.50 paulw 05/03/21 03:37 AM 1
Not sure if you've found a solution but have a look in PRG 15.07 and see what type of DSS has been configured. Normal is type 01 is normal which will light up when the phone is lifted but sometimes people use a *03 type DSS which doesn't always light up but is used if they want the DSS to ring. .
| | Re: summit 100 no lines working EV607797 05/02/21 11:27 PM 3
I'm not a big fan of posts here with no solution shared, so I'll try to elaborate upon what I think happened. First, I believe it's a Summit 80 cabinet. By default, CO lines 5 and 6 are IP channels, meaning that the system generates dial tone for IP networking right out of the box. Next, the CO line connectors are wired like RJ48X jacks for only two lines each. Pins 1/2 are line #1; pins 4/5 are line 2. The same follows for the jack for lines 3 and 4. The system auto detects the presence of CO lines and if there's no battery on them, it won't allow access to them.
Also by default, the initial four lines, plus IP "lines" 5 and 6 are in CO line group 1 for some reason. Right out of the box, the system needs to be programmed so that these lines are placed into a different group. Next, the four copper lines 1-4 need to be connected and programmed into the proper group for access.
What I suspect is that the copper CO line ports were not wired properly (maybe like an RJ14), so access to them wasn't being allowed. When dialing 9, the system always grabs the highest line number, which would have been line 6. This would happen even if the copper lines were wired correctly, but that's another subject. This explains why they were receivng dial tone even with no lines connected yet.
| | Re: Business general question hitechcomm 05/01/21 09:33 PM 3
1st thing you should have done is a scope of work and a sign off by new owner. This is a tough situation, in that they will not be dealing with you down the road, they may not pay you anywhere near what you want.
Because its a emergency to them, does not make it a emergency for you.
I would like to know if you get paid what you ask for.
| | Re: SV9100 CP10 8.0 teldata1 04/30/21 03:39 PM 7
it looks like there's 4 ports on the switch 17-20 that are non POE I will install a power brick to see if it helps
| | Utility Pole. dexman 04/26/21 01:40 AM 0
Must have been a late Friday afternoon installation.
| | Quick Sale of an eCommerce Website $25K sundance 04/25/21 12:56 AM 0
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All I can say is ConEdison is a electric and gas Utility that serves New York .
As said before they may be prepping for winter or it is just a fleet replacement order.
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