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PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I have been able to use a manual and I can read everything in it. THe problem is I don't feel it is going off hook. That is the reason I am getting a hold of a different one.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Are you saying that you are able to enter the programming mode and read the PAV's contents, but you're concerned that it's not breaking dial tone while you do this? if so I'm not sure that's a show stopper. It certainly would be were you attempting to program via the DTMF route. But via the computer? I must confess I never bothered to check to see if mine broke dial tone while I was programming on the PC. However I seem to recall the phone's actually being in use the last time I was programming. If true then your Smart-1 may be working after all.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

well I got the second one and no luck either. I have cleared the search tables 801-806 and set empty and set 807 to #9#9#9#9#9#9#900
I then set
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523 8
550 0
519 1
611 9 (this is output, to set I used 611 9##)
615 #8533#85327 (this is output, to set I used 615 #8533#85327##)
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The 519 should tell me if the dialer is coming off hook by giving a beep in the handset. adding a 2nd look for dialtone in the 615 was an attempt so the co gives secondary dialtone. I had it set to
615 #853327 (this is output, to set I used 615 #853327##)

Still no luck, it doesn't even wait for all 7 digits to dial it goes straight to the co. Any ideas?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

1. How do you know you've cleared the search tables? Are you able to read the installed codes on your PC or are you just setting the Smart-1 to its defaults codes via the DTMF programming mode and assuming they're now what the manual tells you they are? If you're not reading these tables on your computer, you very well may have different default codes loaded from those listed in your manual. You can type in the listed default codes followed by the #9 (Remove) code 'til you're blue in the face and it won't make any difference. The manual probably doesn't accurately list the actual defaults in your device. It sounds stupid but that's just the way it is.

2. As long as you have something unknown left in 807 you're going to continue having problems with it. Whatever is in there now needs to be removed first and you must be able to read those so that you can remove them. You can't write over existing coding.

2. In clear text please tell me what it is that you're desirous of having this Smart-1 do for you. I can play with one I have and see what it takes to make it do what you want.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I am only using a computer with hyperterminal to do all this. I use 902 to enter data verification mode and type in the code for the search table and it spits out what is there.

What I want is anytime someone dials a 3 digit (911) 7 digit (local number) or 11 digit (long distance number) it will dial a 9 to get out and then dial what the user has dialed.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

1. What are your 123, 223, 323, and 423 settings? If it's "123 9" for instance your device is turned off and is doing nothing whatsoever. Reset those to "8" to turn your device back on. It probably defaults to "9".

2. Check your 125, 225, 325, and 425 registers are set to "9". It's probably already defaulted to that but check anyway.

3. Check your 126, 226, 326, and 426 registers are set to "1" to enable the PAV to look for the "9" specified in the X25 registers. It sounds as though you're trying to operate like a Centrex/PBX by requiring a "9" to get out.

4. I'm not sure yet if you'll be able to get around having your callers actually having to dial the "9" vs. it's being automatically dialed but let's wait and see.

5. Have you printed out all your settings (963*)? If not, you really need to do so. I'm thinking you're focusing on the 800 search tables and may be overlooking prerequisite issues such as the ones above.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

By the way. While you're looking at your registers. I had no problem running the 811 search tables stipulating a "9" prefix being dialed, but...you need to delete your 807 search table to preclude its derailing your dialing process. The search tables are sequential so anything in 807 will be acted upon first...no matter what you have in your 811 table thereafter.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 9:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Just took another look at your message of 11:33 am yesterday. It looks like you reset your 807 table, and then reset all your default codes with 942 903. Which means you also reset your new 807 table right back to its default settings.

First things first. Again make sure your 123 register is set to 8 and not 9 or you're wasting your time on a device that's being bypassed just as though you'd unplugged it.

Next, delete your 807 search table completely. You'll eventually want to create new 804, 808, and 811 tables so you can manually dial a 9 in front of each. I know you'd like it to do this automatically, but let's just get the device working fist. For the moment, let's just focus on the 811 table for starters.

Now, create a new 811 search table as "9#4#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9##" . There shouldn't be any other 811 tables in existence, but if there are go ahead and remove. This new table will tell your device to look for a 9, followed by any digit 2-9, followed by any nine digits dialed. This will require you to dial a 9 first and then the device will accept any ten digit phone number you desire. This won't be enough to get a 9 automatically entered when you start to dial, but it's a start toward getting where you want to be.

This worked for me last night when I tried it out. Once we get this device working then we can focus on getting the 9 dialed automatically. This aspect may get back to my earlier comments regarding the other route registers.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

1. 123,223,323,423 were all set to "8"
2. 125,225,325,425 were all set to "9"
3. 126,226,326,426 were all set to "1"
5. I do have a print out of all my settings

I deleted the search tables only one that has something is 811

942 903 doesn't reset search tables i have not found a command that does that
942 904 will delete all the search tables

the 811 is set to "9#4#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9##" but i don't understand why the #4 this makes it look for a 2-9 when it will be a "1" for all long distance calls.....
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 2:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Do you still need to dial "1" for long distance on Vonage?

If you still need to deal "1" for long distance then remove the 811 search table and create an 812 search table that reads: "91#4#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#9#6##" which translates out to "Dial 9, dial 1, accept any digit 2-9, accept any nine digits, stop screening for more digits and connect the call". You should be able to then dial 9 1 (xxx) xxx-xxxxx which is what I understand you want.

BTW...I apologize for giving you the wrong processing code for the 811 table earlier today. I was typing from memory and had you end that table entry with the action code #9. That's the command to remove what you had just typed in. You need to end a new table entry with #6 to save it to your device.

Also, 942 904 clears all search tables only. 942 903 reloads default data and deletes all other information. My experience is that 942 903 also resets your search tables to their defaults. Thus once you'd created your search table and entered 942 903, you reset your newly created search table back to whatever default is loaded in your device.

Once we get this squared away, we may have to go back in and recreate some of the default search tables at 801 and 802 for instance. And of course, we already know we need to still create 804 and 808 tables too to accomodate your desire to have a 9 in front of those.

Anyway, go ahead and enter the 812 code above and see how your phone responds. Leave your Smart-1 hooked up to your PC but exit the programming mode and you'll be able to see what your Smart-1 is dialing on your screen.
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