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need to send some dtmf to my GSM gateway

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    quintumquestions
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    Hi

    I have a GSM Gateway connected to my quintum AXT2400 second generation. I want be able to send some dtmf to the GSM Gateway so i will be able to program it remotely.
    the sequence looks like

    **61*01*01#

    i am supposed to hear a Dialtone tone if the command succeed or a busy tone if the command fail

    even by disabling the detect the end of dial digit in the TCRG when i send a call to the quintum if it include a * or # it fails. can you suggest me any solution for that problem.

    thanks

    #31776 Reply
    MikeM
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    If this is an occasional thing to do, you can first disable answer supervision on quintum, then set a hopoff pattern of 9999, no replacement. Send a call from your remote gateway of 9999 to the quintum. If everything is set right, then the quintum will go off-hook to your GSM, immediately say the call is connected and then you can dial any digits you want and they will be passed through to the GSM. When done, don’t forget to enable answer supervision on quintum.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

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