Your panel will come back with "fail" or something like that if you just wait long enough.
Try different things in your field 40. *99, *70, *98, empty.
I have tried both *98 and *70 as prefixes, with pauses after each of them (and empty). I am about to try *99 as well. Are there any other suggestions that you guys have? I called ADT and they didn't have any idea because it isn't on their approved list...and they said you can't go into the programming mode without a Serviceman there (good thing the default code worked!!).
With the Telo it makes a chime before doing the dial tone, would it help to do a pause before it all?
Also tried pause before and after *98 and *70 with no luck.
I even tried stacking *98 and *70 together, but that didn't do the trick either.
Looks like for whatever reason, Ooma won't work at all with my ADT setup. Not very happy about that Do you have any ideas at all for getting it working??????????
Might have to still keep Ooma and shell out the money for the Cellguard from ADT (and additional $10.80/mo). That plus the $3.47 for Ooma is still way cheaper than Comcast VOIP or a Qwest land line per month. A lot of up-front costs though. Just really frustrating that I can't get ADT to work with my Ooma!!!!!!!!!!!!
BTW, today, my daughter somehow messed up the alarm un-arm. Before the cancel got to ADT central, ADT called back asking for verification info, password etc. My Ooma (Hub) is working okay with ADT.
I have fields 41 and 42 set to the same number, 1877xxxxxxx.
I also tried leaving 40 blank, and putting everything in 41.
I see in the call log that each call is going out about once a minute, and yes, it is the correct number. But I only see the "Test in Progress" on the Safewatch, and then eventually "Comm Failure" after 16 attempts. When I switch the plug over to Comcast VOIP (I have both sitting right next to each other in the basement) I get a "Phone Okay" within a minute of doing the test.
I'm not sure what else I can try to get it to work. Do I need to remove the 1? The crazy thing is that I see the call log go out, but then it just isn't ever going good. I'm not familiar with what exactly the dial test is doing...is ADT trying to send data back to the system and it just isn't getting it? I saw something about SIA/CID in the forums, but didn't know anything about it, or how to see what mine is using.
As far as how you programmed your panel to call out, 1 being in front of toll free number or not...you can try but not sure if that would make any difference. You can try to replicate the dial out using a phone connected to Ooma to see if it works (example *70 combo *99 doesn't work).
If your Ooma is behind your router, you can try putting it between modem and router and then try again.
Optimal setup: viewtopic.php?t=9536#p66155
One of the customizations done to the 3000 was to remove all of the protocols except for Contact ID (CID).bsotak wrote:I saw something about SIA/CID in the forums, but didn't know anything about it, or how to see what mine is using.
Is register 47 still set to the default value of 3 ( #47 )?
If you have the same phone number in register 42 that you have in register 41 you can reduce the call attempts to 8 by clearing out register 42 ( *42* ). Register 42 is intended to have a different phone number.
Is register 91 ( #91 ) still set to the default of 80?
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
I did realize that having the number in 42 prolonged the test, so I removed it to make the testing a little quicker
I have the Ooma plugged in to my router, so I decided to change it in between the Comcast modem and my router. Tried *98 and *70 with no success in that configuration. Tried *96 before and after the change, no luck.
Any other thoughts??????