we have tested the viking device and it is increasing the loop current but this doesn't help in our case.
The problem with our end devices seems not to be the amount of loop current - it seems to be an interrupt of the current flow sent by the VG224 as soon as the remote end device goes on-hook. This break causes our first end device to reboot.
My experience is that there are three posible solutions:
1) Try ATA 186 Box
2) Try connecting the analog end device to a separate power supply.
3) Try to use a main connection from your provider
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