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Tone Cadence

  • Posted on: March 5, 2021
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Tone Cadence Settings

Configures the tone cadence for the FXS port. When shipped from the factory, the device’s tone cadences are set to match country requirements. You can manually set the tone cadence if you wish to override the default country values.

Format – freq1, freq2, vol, +[on1,off1,on2,off2,…]

  • frequency 1 in Hz, frequency 2 in Hz, volume level in dBm
  • + : loop the tone(s) forever
  • [ on1 duration in ms, off1 duration in ms…].  If the duration value is 65535, keep playing the last tone.

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Dial Tone A dial tone indicates that the device is ready to accept calls.
Busy Tone A busy tone indicates a failure to complete the requested call. Reasons could be:

  • The called number is occupied, or
  • The other party has hung up at the end of a call.
Ringback Tone A ring back tone (or ringing tone) is heard by the caller while the phone they are calling is being rung.
Reorder Tone Reorder tone, also known as fast busy tone, is the congestion tone or all trunks busy tone of a PSTN network. It varies from country to country.
Stutter Tone A “stuttered” or interrupted dial tone is often used to indicate a Calling feature such as Call forwarding has been activated. (The voice mail waiting tone is represented by VMWI Tone below.)
VMWI Tone Voice Mail Waiting Indication, indicating that voice mail is waiting.
Confirmation Tone Confirmation Tone is used to acknowledge receipt for special services, such as:

  • Speed dialing, dial number has been recorded.
  • Call forwarding activation and de-activation, etc.
Call Waiting Tone 1-4 Call waiting tones are used for call waiting conditions.
Howler (ROH) Tone Receiver off-hook tone

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