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Quintum FXO Forward Disconnect

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    Tom
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    Can someone help with Disconnect Supervision on an analogue Tenor please?

    The Quintum FXO offers a disconnect supervision option called Foward Disconnect. For incoming calls, the Tenor looks for a break in line current of more than 600ms. I think this is intended to interwork with USA telephone lines which use a CPC indication to signal that the caller has cleared.

    I am in the UK. Here, British Telecom have a similar condition to indicate caller clears. It is called K-Break but only lasts between 100ms and 200ms. The Tenor is does not recognise this as a clear. The event log shows that a condition was received, but ignored because it was less than 600ms.

    So my question is: does any Quintum guru know whether this 600ms value can be changed? Being able to detect lower duration breaks as caller clears would make the box usable in the UK.

    #29809 Reply
    Teodor Georgiev
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    Hi,

    Quintum works fine when connected to BT analog lines.

    I do not think that the 600ms value is your problem. Most usually – it i a configuration problem.

    Ask TechLand, they always brag how good they are in Quintum and anything related 🙂

    #29810 Reply
    Tom
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    Hi Teodor,

    Yes, you may be right. I may have configured something wrong. But, what pointed me to the pulse-duration problem was these entries in the event log when an incoming call clears:

    cas |01/01| 2000/01/01|00:05:54:570 |Received Message

    CAS: HL Message

    CAS: ABCHANGE Message

    [2,0,2,1] Process AB change: ABCD=0xf.

    [2,1]CasCall::abChange: ** CasState=7,ABCD=0xf

    HL Event = 6

    [2,1] casProc: Disc-Idle for incoming call

    [2,1] Start Timeout, ID = 16

    [2,1] New State = 8

    cas |01/01| 2000/01/01|00:05:55:070 |Timeout Event = 16

    Stopped Timeout T = 16

    [2,1] casProc: x4-T16

    [2,1] casProc: x4-T16, Current/Voltage (34/248)

    [2,1] casProc: Flash event occured, State = 8

    casProc: Far-End Disconnect pulse < 600mS, ignored... [2,1] New State = 7 I have already raised this with Techland. I'll post the result here.

    #29811 Reply
    bertcamroy
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    HI teodor

    Which do you mean techland??? how do i reach techland??… i laso have lots of questions regarding quintum configurations..

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