Re: ringing tone delay after last digit dialled off-hook
Option 2 would be incorrect - that controls at what point during off-hook dialling the 'secondary' dial tone is played. This is typically a slightly different dial tone to indicate an external line has been 'seized' - of course, a line has not been seized and it's a comfort tone for users.
The other two options are correct - however the T302 timer is basically a workaround for having an overalapping dial plan. You should always try to fix the dial plan first rather than lower the timer excessively. It's default is 15 seconds, if you are put through after 7 then chances are it's already been reduced.
Reducing it further may make it tricky for users to dial certain numbers.
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