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zip 21774

 

New Market MD part of the Baltimore Tower system

 

 

S3

 

Airvanna working fine.

 

I can not call out. ( I tried 2 numbers ) received "We cannot complete your call at this time" error when calling out.

 

I can However complete a call to *2

 

Incoming calls work fine.

 

What component are they replacing at my local tower? Or is it something else completely?

 

I put in Chat request so Sprint knows.

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MSC = a switching device in the Land line system?

 

Just to narrow it down a bit more

I was able to call out to a verizon cell and my wife's phone acts the same way.

No land lines out

cell to cell ok

incoming ok

 

I rebooted the airvanna and phones

 

while the airvanna was down I could call out while roaming (triangle) on another network.

 

as soon as airavnna re provisioned same thing.

 

Comcast connection 30-34 mps down 8-9 mps up

 

I'm guessing it will all fix itself

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As long as your internet is still working it should be fine. I have no idea what type of landline you are calling, but the phone system could be out on that end, as you said that mobile to mobile was fine. Unless I am not understanding you correctly, it does not sound like a problem with the network. Personally I have found that BOOST phones do not work while in range of the airvana, as i suppose the PRL is not accepted by the network.

Good luck, and post back if you figure out why it was acting up.

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