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SPA3102 DialPlan - how to force SPA3102 to wait for signal from provider

Hello.

I got next problem configuring my SPA3102.

I have an analog telephone provider which provides next services:

1. Tone dialing

2. To call inter-city numbers using gw0 I have to call next sequence:

8, here_I_have_to_wait_for_a_sound_signal_from_operator, city_code, city_number

For example, let's consider I want to call next number: 88001002424:

I have to call next sequence:

  • 8
  • wait for dial tone from operator
  • 8001002424

I have tried to make next DialPlan: <8800:8P5 800>xxxxxxxS0<:gw0>  - doest not work, Last Called PSTN Number: 858001002424, i.e. internal parser doesn't recognize sequence P inside <>

Maybe someone has got an idea how to force the device to wait a reply from phone station after a digit (BTW my old analog phone Panasonic has such feature)?

Thanks in advance.

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SPA3102 DialPlan - how to force SPA3102 to wait for signal from

Here's a link that contains some info on pause and an example.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10033/products_qanda_item09186a0080a35a44.shtml

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SPA3102 DialPlan - how to force SPA3102 to wait for signal from

Thank you,  nseto, but that won't work as I need to wait _until_ I get a response from station, not for a number of seconds.

SPA3102 DialPlan - how to force SPA3102 to wait for signal from

Maybe you can try the "hot line" feature.

Modify your dial-plan with ( P0 <:8>)

P enables the hot line and 0 is the timer set to 0 seconds.

When the phone goes off hook, the SPA calls automatically the digit 8.

In this way you must only wait the "sound_signal_from_operator" and enter the city code and city number.

Regards.

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Re: SPA3102 DialPlan - how to force SPA3102 to wait for signal f

Unfortunatelly it won't fit my needs.

What I just wanted to do is (for example): if I start a sequence like 8800 then do next thing:

1. switch to gw0

2. call 8

3. wait for an answer

4. call the rest

In other cases it should go to VoIP call through gw1.

But it seems that SPA3102 doesn't have such feature as waiting for answer .

A have read docs like Linksys ATA Administrator Guide 3.01, but could not find anything relating to waiting.

So I decided to make a manual jump to gw0 using *0# sequence in my dial plan and then press a button with saved number on my Panasonic (which allow to save number like 8P800, where P means waiting an answer from station).

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