automatic redial

   A technique that allows a primary network workstation to continually redial a secondary station until a successful connection is established.

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  • Automatic redial — In telecommunication, an automatic redial is a service feature that allows the user to dial, by depressing a single key or a few keys, the most recent telephone number dialed at that instrument. Note: Automatic redial is often associated with the …   Wikipedia

  • automatic redial — a telephone service feature whereby the last number dialed is automatically called again, either after a specified time or when activated by the user. Also called redial. * * * …   Universalium

  • automatic redial — a telephone service feature whereby the last number dialed is automatically called again, either after a specified time or when activated by the user. Also called redial …   Useful english dictionary

  • redial — Ⅰ. redial UK US /ˌriːˈdaɪəl/ verb [I or T] COMMUNICATIONS ► to make a phone call again to a number that you have just called because the line was busy the previous time : »Some callers had to redial as many as 40 times to get through to an… …   Financial and business terms

  • Redial — The term Redial may refer to: *In telephoning, to dial again *An automatic redial in telecommunication *REDIAL (European Network of Information and Documentation on Latin America), the European organization …   Wikipedia

  • redial — v. /ree duy euhl, duyl /; n. /ree duy euhl, duyl /, Telecommunications. v.t. 1. Also, re dial. to dial again. n. 2. See automatic redial. [1960 65; RE + DIAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • Automatic ring back — is a service offered by phone companies.Normally, when a person s line is busy, one has to call back every few minutes to check if their line is free yet. With automatic ring back, a code can be dialed into the telephone keypad to enable ringback …   Wikipedia

  • Automatic callback — In telecommunication, an automatic callback is a computer telephony calling feature that permits a user, when encountering a busy condition or other condition where the called individual is unavailable, to instruct the system to retain the called …   Wikipedia

  • ГОСТ 19472-88: Система автоматизированной телефонной связи общегосударственная. Термины и определения — Терминология ГОСТ 19472 88: Система автоматизированной телефонной связи общегосударственная. Термины и определения оригинал документа: Circuit group telephone network traffic capacity 68 Определения термина из разных документов: Circuit group… …   Словарь-справочник терминов нормативно-технической документации

  • Voice over Internet Protocol — (VoIP, IPAEng|vɔɪp) is a protocol optimized for the transmission of voice through the Internet or other packet switched networks. VoIP is often used abstractly to refer to the actual transmission of voice (rather than the protocol implementing… …   Wikipedia

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