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Hello,still having the same problem?I can remotely configure and cancel call forward and configure your system as you want it.Contact me for help. Mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org Make the subject be PANASONIC PBX
Resetting your PAP2 to its factory default settings (often referred to as a 'hard reset') is done via the built-in IVR (Interactive Voice Response) menu. To access the IVR, simply pick up a telephone that is connected to the PAP2 and dial:
* * * *
(yep, 4 stars) This will activate the IVR 'Configuration Menu' (you'll hear a voice tell you this) after which point, simply press the following sequence of keys to 'factory reset' your PAP2:
7 3 7 3 8 #
Funnily enough, the above key sequence spells 'R E S E T', followed by a #. You'll be asked to confirm your selection - simply press 1 to continue. That's it.
Hope it can resolved your issue
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I gather you are using an IP phone. I would have to say that the only way to trouble shoot is to use a protocol analyzer. If you connect it within the IP path you will be able to see both ends of the call and determine if the call was received or not and if the other end is responding to your call. Your IP PBX might be the problem I would run a diagnostic on it and if it fails, I would suggest calling the manufacture to see if there are any tests you can run.
Open Internet explorer and type the ip address of the router in the address bar and hit enter. (it should be 192.168.1.1)
The setup page for the router should open.
then click "ISDN Configuration"
then click "ISDN Parameters"
You can enter the new SPID's the phone company gives you there.
alwayes start chcking a problem from the end and back
1) check the MIC on your handset - connect it to something else and see if it works good...
2) check your output if there is any noise (voltage, other system....)
if all is good then the problem is probeply in your COMP:
check all audio configurations
if that didnt help then its a hardware problem....