In everything I've read, it say the spa112 should have 48v in on-hook status. Mine only has 44.8 which will work with some phones and equipment but not all. If I test the ATT line I am replacing it has 48v exactly on it. I've read where there are acceptable variances with a device like this. Unfortunately I can't use it if I can't find a way to increase the voltage on the line. Does anyone know of a way to increase this? I know I can increase ring voltage but that's not my issue.
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document is to configure Network Address Translation (NAT) settings for
the lines of communication on the PAP2T and SP...
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Dial Buttons are often used to make the process of calling regularly
used contacts quicker and with one button. This option is used in place
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Internet and uploaded to the device. Upgrading your devices can be very
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