We have deployed a few 3rd party SIP devices made by Siemens.
The setup consists of Gigaset N300A IP DECT basestations with SL400H handsets.
Getting the N300A IP basestation registered was a snap and basic features seem to work fine.
Except, one featue is causing me headaches; call transfer
Now before I go any further, chances are the problem is purely caused by a firmware problem in the N300A but at the off chance I'm doing something wrong the details.
Call transfer either should work via R (hook flash) or straight from the options menu.
Problem is, if you perform a transfer the basestation crashes and resets.
There are 2 possible situations.
1 - the feature is broken, nothing will fix it
2 - the featue can work but a wrong setting will cause the basestation to reset.
In the advanced IP settings menu there quite a couple of setting available regarding call transfer, so I have a little hope that the right settings might result in a working situation.
See screenshot below for the available settings.
I already have tried most combinations with just turning on/off features but the one thing that eludes me is the Applicatuion Type and Applicatyion Signal fields which become available if check the check box for 'SIP Info'.
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