Settings/ack repetition idle time

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WEB USER INTERFACE
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PHONE USER INTERFACE
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FIRMWARE VERSIONS
V8  
Starting versions: 8.4.28, 8.6.6
XML CONFIGURATION
<ack_repetition_idle_time idx="INDEX" perm="PERMISSIONFLAG">VALIDVALUE</ack_repetition_idle_time>
DESCRIPTION
Time in miliseconds during which repeated ACKs on retransmitted 200-OKs will be blocked, i.e. not send.
0 disables this behaviour.
Time counts from the first ACK the phone sends.
These sort of retransmittions only occur in udp connections.
This setting only works for the reinvite-ping-pong caused by a hold-state-change originating from your phone. I.e.:
1) you press hold to place the person you are talking to on hold.
2) your phone sends reinvite to do so
3) pbx sends one or more (thru retransmittion) 200-OKs
4) your phone answers the first 200-OK with ACK and will refrain from sending any further ACKs (to any retransmitted 200-OKs) for the time set with this setting.
VALIDVALUE
positive integer
DEFAULTVALUE
0
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