We have a two Trio 8800 paired and connected via SIP to a Shoretel VOIP system. Trio is in default mode and Noiseblock is enabled. Trio is using the latest firmware (184.108.40.20624). Each Trio was given its own sip username and number before pairing.
When making normal phone calls, users on the other end say they can hear minute sounds in the room including people typing, people setting laptops on table, or tapping on table. It interrupts what they hear from us so conversation is lost.
I've checked on Noiseblock and tried it enabled and disabled with small differences. Is there anything else I can check on?
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I am unsure hwat you mean by pairing but are you Daisy-Chaing these ?
If yes they would not need seperate accounts. The 2nd Device should not have any configuration on it.
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