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This is why you use the # key.

RD01#D05P8888E

Redial
Dial # send

D05 Pause then dial 8888

I think though you are right about the pause in that case, D07W028888

Wait 2 seconds WXX

E end dial treatment. The @ may indeed still work that way even if not listed as a holdover.

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Thank you! I will be able to mock this up one day next week. I follow what is being said. I will also have a PRI tester and can monitor the audio on the channel. ~ Mike


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