KX-T: Can't get rid of TDA100 ICD Grp ring delay
dritchie at dr.com
Mon Apr 23 08:42:58 PDT 2007
There is some old expression about "having your cake and eating it too"
While I have always thought this to be a dumb expression, it does fit
Because the CID is sent BETWEEN the first and second ring, if you want CID
you MUST let it ring one time.
IF there is a way to stop the customer from "seeing" the first ring,
has some idea
Don Ritchie, Century Communication Euclid Ohio
Charlie Brown wrote:
> I am programming my first TDA100 after attending the Panasonic class and am having a problem with the ICD group setup. As Nicole explained, the ICD group is the method used to accomplish the DIL 1:N function. And if you don't set it up, you won't be able to get incoming ringing CO lines to ring on any extensions.
> I put extensions 101 thru 104 in ICD group 601 and set it to immediate ring, and put G-DN for 601 on CO7. When an incoming call arrives, the CO light will immediately go solid red for one ring and then the G-DN button starts flashing green and the extensions ring. But the one ring delay prevents hearing it ring and answering right away.
> What do I change to eliminate the one ring before the extensions start ringing?
> I remember in class something about disabling the CID, but didn't write down why, or the pros and cons of doing that. I want to use CID, but I don't want the one ring delay.
> Are there any other options to eliminate the one ring delay?
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