I have a bunch of SPA112's that I recently updated from the 1.3.2 (014) firmware to 1.3.5 (004). I have them setup on a PBX that handles call forwarding via *72 and *73, so I have the Cfwd settings on the SPA112 Lines set to no.
After the update, it seems that *72 and *73 were being trapped/processed by the ATA and not sent to the PBX. The dial plan didn't change, and the Cfwd settings were still set to no.
I downgraded the firmware to 1.3.3 (015) and call forwarding is now acting as I expected again (passing *73/*72 through to PBX).
I hope this is something that can be fixed. There isn't anything in 1.3.5 that I think I need, but it would be nice to not be broken. :)
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