I am using the SPA112 to let my old doorbell call my cellphone. The doorbell is connected to the SPA112 and configured with dial plan S0 <:+31611111111> (this is of course not my real phone number). Without any further configuration, ringing the doorbell causes my phone to ring as well, which is great! However, as soon as the doorbell button is no longer pressed, the call is dropped. In other words, I don't have enough time to take the call and talk to the person at the door (people usually don't press the doorbell button for more than a second).
Is there any configuration I can tweak to prevent the call from being dropped that soon? There must be a way to ensure only the callee (in this case, my cellphone) can end the call... Right? I have played with the control timers as explained in this article but I didn't really know what I was doing and was unable to get any further.
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