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  1. Rich

    Rich Guest

    Modem setup on caddx DL900,

    In the dialing prefix can I place a *70 D

    To bypass my call waiting with a delay?

    Or do I have to have in the panel phone number?

  2. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    Well that would bypass call waiting to the panel, if you had it in the panel
    programming the panel would bypass call waiting

    To be honest I never cared about doing it since the panel spends so little
    time sending a signal it seems moot
  3. Jim

    Jim Guest

    I wouldn't recommend doing it in the panel. It's not so much a problem
    when you have it, but it does become a problem if they cancel call
    waiting. If you dial a *70 and they don't have call waiting the call
    wont go out.
  4. mikey

    mikey Guest

    I've always wondered about that one. I never use it for that very reason but
    I've always sort of felt guilty about it. If a call waiting signal did
    interrupt a transmission, wouldn't the dialler try again. "course if the
    caller kept trying to call too...
    It's a wonder I get any sleep at all.
  5. Rich

    Rich Guest

    Let me retry this, From my home when I call a panal to make a change to a
    coustermor equipment. I have call wating and when iam on line with a panal
    it gives me erros.

    How can I trun it off here. And add delay from the two different dial tones.
  6. alarman

    alarman Guest

    I program the 1st number with the c/w cancel string, and the backup number
    without it, and then program the panel to alternate between the two.
  7. Rich

    Rich Guest

    Do I need a delay from the *70 (space) 234-9001

    I was going to add in the modem prefix to make it easy.
  8. mikey

    mikey Guest

    of course dammit, better than not using it at all, good one
  9. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Is your modem on the software's compatibility list? In most instances
    there's a "range" of modems the manufacturer suggests work best with
    their products.
  10. Guest

    Hi all and thanks for the help,

    I tried playing with all settings of the modem but without luck.
    Is there any Cheap, USB modem to buy from ebay to connect in the old
    and surefire traditional way?

    Please advise and help me connect with the NX8 panel,

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