Reduce Time Numbers Dialed Are Sent to PBX?

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  1. millennium2

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    Hi,

    How does one reduce the time Numbers Dialed are Sent to the PBX?

    I know outbound calls are sent by hitting the SEND key. However, if I pickup the phones Handset (or hit the Speaker phone button), I hear dial tone, then Dial a Number (WITHOUT hitting the SEND key), there is about a 5 second delay before the call is sent to the PBX.

    Is there a way to reduce this 5 second time delay?

    FYI, I am using a Yealink T38g phone. Thank you.
     
  2. SY

    SY Well-Known Member
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    You can try to use a "reversed" procedure.
    1. enter the number you need to call
    2. pickup your Handset..
    or
    1. enter the number you need to call
    2. hit the Speaker phone button

    Works?
     
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    go into the phone's web interface and look for a setting called dial delay, inter-digit delay or the like and reduce it to a time more suitable. this will eliminate a manual intervention, but will likely result in dialing too soon in some cases.
     
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