Question about Lands Phones
Check at the MPOE. (Minimum point of entry) for Dial tone. It's probably on the side of your house.
If there is no Dialtone there, call your carrier as it is not just their problem, but ******* to go further back from that point.
Even if you can SEE the line going to your house is cut, you cannot fix it yourself.
Posted on Sep 02, 2019
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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.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
It is a static buildup in the box. You will have to keep unpluging router for and cable for 10 seconds and reconnect each time.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
There's something wrong with the base unit that connects to the phone line. It's not sending any audio to the phone line, which would explain why tone dialing doesn't work and people can't hear you. (Pulse dialing doesn't need the audio tones so it will still work.)
I've never run across one doing this before. The problem is almost certainly some electronic failure, and I doubt there's anything you can do other than replacing the thing. If this is still under any warranty it should be up to the manufacturer to repair or replace it. If you got this from VoIP service provider, contact their customer service department.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
There are two possible answers to this problem. The first thing is to check on the cordless phones, is a 2 way switch, one setting is for DP=Dial pulse (setting for old rotary phones) 2nd setting is TT= Touch Tone. I would guess that the setting should be set to TT on both cordless phones for touchtone.
Second thing to do is to plug in the base unit of your cordless phone to a jack that currently has a landline phone plugged into it that works and test again. If cordless phone works OK then go back to the original jack that didn't work and reverse the wires in the jack: that is what is known as a "polarity" issue.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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