It is my understanding that the Linksys ATA PAP2T has been given an "End of Life" designation. Currently I am using these in the development of a phone system. Though I am now going to be looking into the Cisco SPA112, I have a question regarding the Linksys ATA PAP2T's behavior. The Linksys ATAs allow a currently connected phone call to be conferenced into a still ringing phone call if the user "flash hooks" the still ringing phone call. On the previous phone system I have, that was impossible. If a user "flash hooked" the still ringing phone call he would disconnect from the still ringing phone call and be reconnected to the first connected phone call. I have not found a way to mimic this old system's behavior on the Linksys ATAs. Do you know if it is possible? And do you know if this behavior is possible on the Cisco SPA112s?
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