ATA Flash transfer

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  1. Philco

    Philco Member

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    Not sure if his is a common problem wih 3CX and ATAs, but I have a Grandstream HT486 and a HT488 ATA from which I am sure I could transfer calls to another extension using the recall/flash button on the analogue phone. This ability seems to have disapeared on V5 and I am sure was ok on V3.

    Has anyone else noticed this please.


    Phil
     
  2. 5qg4

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    It should not be the issue of V3 or V5. The issue should be from the recall/flash button on the analogue phone.
    My ATA list:
    Grandstream HT488
    GrandstreamHT503
    Netgear TA612V

    Analogue phones tested result:
    Panasonic DECT phones: works fine at both V3 or V5
    Uniden DECT phones: works fine at both V3 or V5
    Siemens DECT phone: Failed at both V3 or V5
    NEC wired analogue phone: Failed at both V3 or V5
     
  3. Philco

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    Thanks Ricky, I wouldnt have thought it was 3CX either, but I am sure it worked fine on V3.

    What firmware is your HT488?

    The analogue phone does give a 'flash' condition when he recall button is pressed which is observed on he phone display.

    Regards

    Phil
     
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    My HT488's firmware 1.0.3.86
     
  5. Philco

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    Thanks Ricky, I'm on 1.0.3.96 and I didnt keep a copy of 1.0.3.86.

    The thought has just crossed my mind that on my test bench I may have used a pair of BT phones rather than the Audioline pair I have now. BT would conform to the standard and deffinitly worked.

    I'm assuming (incorrectly) that they should work as they are simply providing a normal recall/LD signal.

    Regards

    Phil
     

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