SPA3102 - Call Redial and Call Back service activation

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Oct 9th, 2009
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Hi - I posted this earlier on Voxilla but no replies yet.

When I have dialled a voip call or pstn call that is busy/engaged I want to instruct SPA3102 to keep trying to redial the busy/engaged number until it rings, then to ring my FXS connected telephone. This saves me having to repeatedly manually try to redial a busy line....

There are three types of redial and call back listed in the Cisco ATA Admin Guide.

1. Call Redial Code *07 - "Redials the last number called"

2. Call Back Act Code *66  - "Starts a callback when the last outbound call is not busy"

3. Call Back Busy Act Code *05  -  "Starts a callback when the last outbound call is busy. This field is only found in the PAP2T"
Note: this field is available in my SPA3102 with FW 5.1.10(GW)...

Reading these definitions, seems like 2.  Call Back Act Code *66 is the solution.  Or is it 3 ?
What is the use case for Call Back Busy Act Code? e.g.: why would you need to have the call back when all you will hear is a busy line?
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dhames Mon, 10/12/2009 - 12:20
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*66 would be the correct choice.

After dialing the number and getting a busy signal, hang up, dial *66, then dial the busy line again.  Once you hear the busy tone, hang up.  That should do it.


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