I have a Cisco 1750 connected to a PBX on an FXO port. At my remote location I have an ATA 186 with an analog phone.
I want to be able to use the "Flash" button on the analog phone to take advantage of my PBX features, but it seems the ATA 186 will not relay my hookflash event. I've tried enabling bits 6/7 with the latest firmware, but it doesn't work.
What is the recommended Audiomode configuration with DTMF in-band to enable hookflash relay? Or is this even possible?
I tried 0x00120012 and the ATA still wants to handle the hookflash and not relay the signal to my router.
Here's a quick way to determine if yours is too:
Configure a Hotline in your dialplan to a VOIP extension.
I have extension 1000 setup to connect directly to my FXO port on the router via the dialplan entry:
Now whenever I hear dialtone on the router - I press the "Flash" button on my phone & I immediately hear a busy signal. Reviewing the SIP Headers, I notice another SIP INVITE message being sent to the router. This means the ATA is not relaying the hookflash - just putting my original call on hold and tries to establish a new connection.
What I need to happen is the ATA relay that hookflash to my router directly so my PBX will be able to process the event in order to use other features.
How do I make the ATA relay the hookflash and not process it locally?
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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