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Re: [coldwarcomms] Autovon and Touchtones (Re: Question about the Autovon network)

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  • Matthew Sadler
    In order from top to bottom: FO F I P --mws http://www.scanchattanooga.com/
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 5 11:10 PM
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      In order from top to bottom:

      FO
      F
      I
      P

      --mws
      http://www.scanchattanooga.com/

      Mark J. Cuccia wrote:
      > I seem to think that if one was making an "ordinary/routine" call via
      > Autovon, one dialed (touchtoned) the standard seven or ten digit
      > Autovon number. But if one had a higher authority and the call was of
      > a more "urgent nature", depending on what one's authorizations might
      > have been as well as the degree of urgent nature of the call, the
      > originator would key the red button in the fourth DTMF column that
      > corresponded to the nature of the call, those buttons labelled I, P,
      > F, FO. I don't remember offhand the order of the buttons or the phone
      > itself or the ordering or ranking of importance itself though, but
      > I think that F(lash) and F(lash)-O(ver-ride) were the most important
      > rankings, with FO taking precedence over F. And I SEEM to think that
      > the buttons on the phone were displayed in increasing ranking from
      > bottom to top.... i.e., FO would be the 'A' DTMF, F would be the 'B'
      > DTMF. I just can't remember offhand how I(mmediate) and P(riority)
      > were arranged.
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