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#247720 09/20/11 12:22 PM
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We have an ipk2 system here with about 100 extensions. Occaisionally when someone is at their desk, not using the phone, they can all of a sudden hear one side of a conversation they are not participating in! It always follows this pattern:

1 – user A calls user B and speakerphone is used.

2 - call ends.

3 – user A is at desk not using phone. Randomly, user A can hear user B’s next conversation over his/her speaker, only hearing B’s side.

Any ideas? This hasnt happened in about a year, but did today. Thanks !! -

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#247721 09/20/11 01:06 PM
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Sounds like the original call is not being dropped.

Possibly a bad hookswitch in the phone itself??

Just a guess.

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#247722 09/20/11 01:56 PM
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Is it always the same phones? always the same users?

After the call, the intercom buttons should go dark. When this eavesdrop happens are the intercom buttons dark?

Pressing Feature 1 on the B phone will stop any accidental speakerphoning, but user B will need to press feature 1 again to use the speakerphone later.

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#247723 09/21/11 05:54 AM
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different random phones/users. different buildings also. The problem is that it is so infrequent, people arent on the lookout for symptoms. It just 'happens' and I'm lucky if they even remember the previous call.

I think it must be something in the switch but have no idea what. If it was a feature it would be more consistent. Its a tough problem, because people take it pretty seriously, but I cant reproduce it.. Thanks -

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#247724 09/21/11 08:12 AM
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Does the IPK2 have a DIM capture feature (like in the i-series, Aspire,UX, and SV8100)?
You may need to run one and capture this. Either that, a reset of the system may be in order, or there is always the old standby - software upgrade.

When they hear the conversation,what status is the phone in? anything on the display, buttons lit?


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#247725 09/21/11 08:27 AM
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Originally posted by BillFlippen:
Does the IPK2 have a DIM capture feature (like in the i-series, Aspire,UX, and SV8100)?
You may need to run one and capture this. Either that, a reset of the system may be in order, or there is always the old standby - software upgrade.

When they hear the conversation,what status is the phone in? anything on the display, buttons lit?
Yes same as the 8100.

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#247726 09/26/11 10:34 AM
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This dim capture feature, is it something that runs in the background ,logging? If so, can it run for weeks at a time? This is very infrequent. Thanks -

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#247727 09/26/11 11:42 AM
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The DIM is an output to a pc. I like putty, but really most terminal emulators work.

Due to the nature of the output, NEC would be about the only one who could decipher the content. They would also need a "flag" to search for. When it happens, the user is asked to push the volume up key 9 times or something unique like that. That way, NEC can search for the string that contains the volumup key 9 times then go from there. The amount of the output will be decided by the size of the HD of the receiving machine.


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Have You Tried turning off "Group Listen" in COS?


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#247729 10/31/11 05:55 AM
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That's been off. I did that about a year ago when this problem was flairing up. Maybe I'll try the dim capture. If it needs input from the phone user, that may be difficult around here....

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