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MMC: 110
STATION ON/OFF
DESCRIPTION:
Allows the system administrator to set any of the keyset features listed below.
STANDARD /
ENHANCED
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION
00
AUTO HOLD
Automatically places an existing C.O. call
on hold if a CALL button, trunk key or trunk
route key is pressed during that call.
01
AUTO TIMER
Automatically starts the stopwatch timer
during a C.O. call.
HEADSET USE
When ON, this feature disables the
hookswitch allowing a headset user to
answer all calls by pressing the ANS/RLS
button.
03
HOT KEYPAD
When ON, this feature allows the user to
dial directory numbers without having to
first lift the handset or press the SPK
button.
04
KEY TONE
Allows the user to hear a slight tone when
pressing buttons on keyset.
05
PAGE REJOIN
Allows the user to hear the latter part of
page announcements if keyset becomes
free during a page.
06
RING PREF.
When OFF, requires the user to press the
fast flashing button to answer a ringing call
after lifting the handset.
07
NOT FOR USA
This field is reserved and can not be used
for U.S. software.
08
NOT FOR USA
This field is reserved and can not be used
for U.S. software.
09
NOT FOR USA
10
AME PSWD
11
AUTO ANS CO
02
This field is reserved and can not be used
for U.S. software.
If this option is set to YES, station users
who have AME set must enter their station
password to listen to messages being left.
This option determines whether CO calls
arriving at a station will be auto answered if
auto answer is selected in MMC 103.
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PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 110
Display shows
[201] STN ON/OFF
AUTO HOLD
:OFF
2. Dial the option number from above list
(e.g., 03)
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select the option and
Press the right soft key to move the cursor
[201] STN ON/OFF
HOT KEYPAD :OFF
3. Press UP or DOWN to select ON or OFF
Press the left or right soft key to return to
step 2
OR
Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF
[201] STN ON/OFF
HOT KEYPAD :ON
If option 00 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
AUTO HOLD
:OFF
If option 01 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
AUTO TIMER
:OFF
If option 02 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
HEADSET USE
:ON
If option 03 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
HOT KEYPAD
:ON
If option 04 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
KEY TONE
:ON
If option 06 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
RING PREF
:ON
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If option 10 from above list is dialed at
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
AME PASSCODE :ON
4. Press UP or DOWN to select ON or OFF
Press the left or right soft key to return to
Step 2
[201] STN ON/OFF
HOT KEYPAD :ON
5. Press TRSF to store and exit
DEFAULT DATA:
AUTO HOLD OFF
AUTO TIMER ON
HEADSET OFF
HOT KEYPAD ON
KEY TONE ON
PAGE REJOIN ON
RING PREFERENCE ON
AME PSWD OFF
AUTO ANS CO OFF
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 ASSIGN STATION COS
MMC 701 ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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MMC: 207
ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
DESCRIPTION:
Enables SLI ports to be designated as NORMAL or VMAA. VMAA ports receive
digits designated in MMC 726 VM/AA Options and also receive a true disconnect
signal upon completion of a call. Only SLI cards, not key daughter boards, support
disconnect signal. Do not make VMAA ports data; this will return them to a single
line port and stop voice mail integration. VMAA ports have the equivalent of data
protect written in the program and are protected against tones.
NOTE: This MMC is not used to assign voice mail card ports. Voice mail card ports
are assigned as voice mail ports automatically when the iDCS 100 detects a voice
mail card.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 207
Display shows
[209] VMAA PORT
NORMAL PORT
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select station
and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[205] VMAA PORT
NORMAL PORT
3. Dial 1 or 0 to select port type (1=VMAA,
0=NORMAL)
Press UP or DOWN to select option and
press RIGHT soft key
[205] VMAA PORT
VMAA PORT
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4. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next
MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
NORMAL PORT
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 726 VM/AA OPTIONS
MMC 601 STATION GROUP
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MMC: 308 ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
DESCRIPTION:
Assigns a background music source to the IDCS 100 keysets. There are a total of 5
possible music selections (see below). One music connection is provided on the
KSU motherboard. This source can be switched between internal music source
(chimes) or an external source. A second external source is provided with the
addition of a SMISC card.
You may also select an Auto Attendant (AA) port to provide continuous play of a
specific recording. The AA port selected must be the last port on the SMISC2 card.
If selected, the Music on Hold will be the message defined in MMC 736 from the
port defined in this MMC.
If you have an SVMi-8 or an SVMi-4 Voice Mail System installed you may also select
a voice mail recording as a music source. The recording must already been defined
in MMC 748 and will show up here as the voice mail port associated with the
recording.
OPTIONS
1. NONE: No Background Music.
2. INTERNAL CHIME “OLD FOLKS AT HOME”: This is entered as the directory
number of the music source on the KSU motherboard (371).
3. EXTERNAL DEVICE: Music Source or Digital announcer. This is entered as the
directory number of an external music source located on the KSU motherboard
(3701) or a SMISC card (372).
4. DIGITAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON SMISC2 CARD: This is entered as the
directory number of the last AA port of an SMISC2 card (384).
5. VOICE MAIL SOUND FILE: If the iDCS 100 system has an optional SVMi-8 or
SVMi-4 card installed, up to 100 custom recorded sound files from the Voice
Mail card can be used for BGM sources. Select the voice mail port assigned in
MMC748. For information on creating the sound files see the SVMi-8 or SVMi-4
System Administrator Manual-Recording greetings by number. If you select this
option be advised that VMMOH source requires one dedicated voice mail
port/channel.
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MMC: 308
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPEAKER
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1.
Press TRSF 308
Display shows current setting
[201 ] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:NONE
2.
Dial keyset number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use UP or DOWN to scroll through keyset
numbers; press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
OR
Press ANS/RLS to select all stations
[205 ] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:NONE
3.
Enter source number (e.g., 3701)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and
press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2
[205 ] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:3701
4.
Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
[ALL] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:?
DEFAULT DATA: NONE
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 309 ASSIGN STATION MUSIC ON HOLD
MMC 408 ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE
AUTO ATTENDANT PROGRAMMING
MMC 748 ASSIGN VMMOH
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ASSIGN STATION MUSIC ON HOLD
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is used to select what MOH source you will hear when another internal
station puts you on hold. There are a total of 5 possible music selections (see
below). One music connection is provided on the KSU motherboard. This source
can be switched between internal music source (chimes) or an external source. A
second external source is provided with the addition of a SMISC card.
In addition to “TONE” or a music source, you may also select an Auto Attendant
(AA) port to provide continuous play of a specific recording. The AA port selected
must be the last port on the card. If selected, the Music on Hold will be the message
defined in MMC 736 from the port defined in this MMC.
If you have an SVMi-8 or an SVMi-4 Voice Mail System installed you may also select
a voice mail recording as a music source. The recording must already been defined
in MMC 748 and will show up here as the voice mail port associated with the
recording.
OPTIONS
1. NONE: No Music on Hold.
2. TONE: A repeated tone is played to the holding party.
3. INTERNAL CHIME “OLD FOLKS AT HOME”: This is entered as the directory
number of the music source on the KSU motherboard (371).
4. EXTERNAL DEVICE: Music Source or Digital announcer. This is entered as the
directory number of an external music source located on the KSU motherboard
(371) or a SMISC card (372).
5. DIGITAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON SMISC2 CARD: This is entered as the
directory number of the last AA port of an SMISC2 card.
6. VOICE MAIL SOUND FILE: If the iDCS 100 system has an optional a SVMi-8 or
a SVMi-4 card installed, up to 100 custom recorded sound files from the Voice
Mail card can be used for MOH sources. Select the voice mail port assigned in
MMC 748. For information on creating the sound files see the SVMi-8, or the
SVMi-4 System Administrator Manual-Recording greeting by number. If you
select this option be advised that each VMMOH source requires one dedicated
voice mail port/channel.
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MMC: 309
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 309
Display shows current setting
[201 ] MOH SOURCE
MOH SOURCE:NONE
2. Dial keyset number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use UP or DOWN to scroll through keysets
Press RIGHT soft key to move the cursor
OR
Press ANS/RLS to select all stations
[205 ] MOH SOURCE
MOH SOURCE:NONE
3. Enter source number (e.g., 3701)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2
[205 ] MOH SOURCE
MOH SOURCE:3701
[ALL] MOH SOURCE
MOH SOURCE:?
4. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA: TONE
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 308 ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
MMC 408 ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE
MMC 748 ASSIGN VMMOH
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ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE
DESCRIPTION:
Allows the System Administrator to select what a trunk caller will hear when that
trunk is placed on hold. There are a total of 5 possible music selections (see below).
In addition to “TONE” or a music source, you may also select an Auto Attendant
(AA) port to provide continuous play of a specific recording. The AA port selected
must be the last AA port on the SMISC2 card (384). If selected, the Music on Hold
will be the message defined in MMC 736 from the port defined in this MMC.
If you have an SVMi-8 or an SVMi-4 Voice Mail System installed you may also select
a voice mail recording as a music source. The recording must already been defined
in MMC 748 and will show up here as the voice mail port associated with the
recording.
OPTIONS
1. NONE: No Music on Hold.
2. TONE: A repeated tone is played to the outside party.
3. INTERNAL CHIME “OLD FOLKS AT HOME”: This is entered as the directory
number of the music source on the KSU motherboard (371).
4. EXTERNAL DEVICE: Music Source or Digital announcer. This is entered as the
directory number of an external music source located on the KSU motherboard
(371) or a SMISC card (372).
5. DIGITAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON AA CARD: This is entered as the directory
number of the last AA port of an SMISC2 card. For further details on using an AA
port as an MOH source please see MMC 736.
6. VOICE MAIL SOUND FILE: If the iDCS 100 system has an optional SVMi-8 or
SVMi-4 card installed, up to 100 custom recorded sound files from the Voice
Mail card can be used for MOH sources. Select the voice mail port assigned in
MMC 748. For information on creating the sound files see the SVMi-8, or
SVMi-4 System Administrator Manual-Recording greeting by number. If you
select this option be advised that each VMMOH source requires a dedicated
voice mail port/channel.
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MMC: 408
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 408
Display shows current setting
[701 ] TRK MOH
MOH SOURCE:TONE
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use UP or DOWN to scroll through trunks
Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
OR
Press ANS/RLS to select ALL
[704 ] TRK MOH
MOH SOURCE:TONE
3. Enter source number (e.g., 371)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select option
Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 above
[705 ] TRK MOH
MOH SOURCE:371
[ALL] TRK MOH
MOH SOURCE:?
4. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA: TONE
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 308 ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
MMC 748 ASSIGN VMMOH
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MMC: 414
ASSIGN CALLER ID / ANI TRUNKS
DESCRIPTION:
Allows the system administrator or technician to activate Caller ID or ANI on a pertrunk basis. Activating Caller ID or ANI will delay the incoming ring indication at the
operator by two ring cycles to allow for the collection of the calling party data.
Each trunk has the following options:
0
1
2
NORMAL
CID TRUNK
ANI TRUNK
This is not a Caller ID trunk.
This is a Caller ID trunk.
This is an ANI trunk.
NOTE: ANI information can be received only on digital ( T1) trunks.
ANI is programmed for use on a trunk group basis.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPEAKER
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 414
Display shows
[701]CID ANI TRK
NORMAL
2. Dial trunk number (e.g. 705)
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select trunk
and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
OR
Press ANS/RLS to select ALL
[705]CID ANI TRK
NORMAL
3. Dial 0, 1 or 2 to change options
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select an option
Press RIGHT soft key to enter and
return to step 1
[705]CID ANI TRK
CID TRUNK
[ALL]CID ANI TRK
?
[705]CID ANI TRK
ANI TRUNK
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4. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to save and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
ALL TRUNKS ARE NORMAL
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 119 CALLER ID / ANI DISPLAY
MMC 312 ALLOW CALLER ID / ANI
MMC 420 ANI / DNIS OPTIONS
MMC 501 SYSTEM TIMERS
MMC 503 TRUNK WIDE TIMERS
MMC 608 ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
MMC 722 STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC 723 SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC 725 SMDR OPTIONS
MMC 728 CALLER ID / ANI TRANSLATION TABLE
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MMC: 501
SYSTEM TIMERS
DESCRIPTION:
Allows the technician to adjust individual timers as necessary.
NOTE: Certain timers are disabled when the value is “000”.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 501
Display shows first timer value
AA INT DGT TIME
05 SEC
2. Press UP or DOWN key to select timer and
press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
30 SEC
_
3. Enter new value using keypad; if valid, system
returns to step 2 with new value
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
30 SEC
250
4. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
SEE TABLE OF TIMERS AND VALUES
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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TIMER TABLE
TIMER NAME
AA INT DGT TIME
AA NO ACT TIME
ALARM TIMER
ALERT TONE TIMER
ALM REM.INTERVAL
ALM REM.RING OFF
ATT.RECALL TIME
AUTO REDIAL INT.
AUTO REDIAL RLS.
CALLBACK NO ANS
CAMP ON RECALL
CID DISPLAY TIME
CID MSG RECEIVE
CO–CO DISCONNECT
CONFIRM TONE TM
CRD TONE INT TM
DIAL PASS TIME
DISA DISCONNECT
DISA DTMF DETECT
DISA LOCK OUT/TM
DISA NOANS DISC
DISA PASS CHECK
DISPLAY DELAY TM
DOOR LOCK RELES.
DOOR RING DETECT
DOOR RING OFF TM
E-HOLD RECALL TM
FIRST DIGIT TIME
HOK FLASH MAX TM
HOK FLASH MIN TM
HOOK OFF TIME
HOOK ON TIME
INQUIRY RELEASE
INTER DIGIT TIME
ISDN INTER DIGIT TIMER
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
LCR ADVANCE TIME
LCR INTER DIGIT
OFF HOK RING INT
OHVA ANSWER TIME
PAGE TIME OUT
PAGE TONE TIME
PARK RCALL TIME
PC-MMC LOCK OUT
PERI UCD REPORT
DEFAULT
RANGE
05 SEC
10 SEC
0100 MIN
1000 MS
25 SEC
10 SEC
30 SEC
30 SEC
45 SEC
30 SEC
30 SEC
05 SEC
06 SEC
20 MIN
1000 MS
30 SEC
03 SEC
30 MIN
000 SEC
30 MIN
30 SEC
30 MIN
03 SEC
500 MS
50 MS
30 SEC
45 SEC
10 SEC
800 MS
350 MS
100 MS
1000 MS
30 SEC
10 SEC
03 SEC
30 SEC
05 SEC
05 SEC
15 SEC
10 SEC
20 SEC
500 MS
45 SEC
5 MIN
05 SEC
1–25 SEC
1–25 SEC
0000-2500 MIN
100–2500 MS
1–250 SEC
1–25 SEC
0–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
000–250 SEC
1–25 SEC
1–25 SEC
001–250 MIN
100–2500 MS
000–250
0–25 SEC
1–250 MIN
0-250 SEC
1–250 MIN
000–250 SEC
1–250 MIN
1–250 SEC
100–2500 MS
10–250 MS
1–250 SEC
0–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
0020–2500MS
0020–2500MS
20–2500 MS
20–2500 MS
1–250 SEC
001–250 SEC
01-15 SEC
10–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
100–2500
0–250 SEC
01–60 MIN
03-99 SEC
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POWER DOWN TIME
RECALL DISCONECT
RECALL WAIT TIME
ROUTE OPTIMIZE
SMDR START/DP
SMDR START/DTMF
SYS HOLD RECALL
TRANSFER RECALL
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
UCDS VISUAL ALAM
2000 MS
002 MIN
15 SEC
10 SEC
30 SEC
15 SEC
45 SEC
20 SEC
0 SEC
0 SEC
1000–9000 MS
1–250 SEC
000–250 SEC
000–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
1–250 SEC
0–250 SEC
0–250 SEC
0–990 SEC
0–990 SEC
TIMER DESCRIPTIONS
AA INT DGT TIME
When the AA card is installed, this timer determines the
interdigit time for AA call processing. If this timer expires
before valid digits are received by the AA card, the call will
be routed to the AA invalid digits destination.
AA NO ACT TIME
When the AA card is installed, this timer determines the time
that the AA card will wait for a first digit for AA call
processing. If this timer expires before a digit is received, the
call will be routed to the AA no action destination.
ALARM TIMER
This is the time the system alarm key will start ringing after
the alarm key has been silenced.
ALERT TONE TIMER
This timer sets the duration of the attention tone preceding a
call to a keyset in the Voice Announce or Auto Answer
mode. This tone will also precede a forced Auto Answer call.
ALM REM INTERVAL
This timer controls the time length between ring attempts at
a station when alarm reminder is set.
ALM REM RING OFF
This timer controls the length of the ring cycle duration when
alarm reminder is set at a station.
ATT RECALL TIME
This is the length of time a transfer recall will ring at a station
before recalling the operator.
AUTO REDIAL INT
This timer controls the time between attempts after RETRY
dialing is set on a station.
AUTO REDIAL RLS
This timer controls the duration of a Ring No Answer
condition on a retry number dialed before the auto redial is
automatically canceled.
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CALLBACK NO ANS
This timer controls the time before the callback is
automatically canceled when a callback detects Ring No
Answer.
CAMP ON RECALL
This timer controls the duration of time a camped-on call will
stay at a destination before recalling to the transferring
station.
CID DISPLAY TIME
The amount of time that the Caller ID information remains on
the keyset’s display.
CID MSG RECEIVE
The amount of time that the system will allow a valid
message from the C.O.
C.O.-C.O. DISCONNECT This timer monitors the duration of an unsupervised
conference; when it expires, both trunks are disconnected.
CONFIRM TONE TIME
The tone heard when a feature is activated or deactivated.
CRD TONE INT TM
This is the call record tone interval time. Any other than zero
will cause a tone to be heard by all the parties in a recorded
conversation. The range for the tone is 001 (every second)
to 255 (every 255 seconds). A value of 000 means no tone.
Requires SVMi card.
DIAL PASS TIME
This timer monitors the duration of time before connecting
the transmit of the keyset to the trunk side of an outgoing
call.
DISA DTMF DETECT
This timer sets the time duration that DTMF can be received
on a DISA line.
DISA DISCONNECT
This timer controls the maximum duration of a DISA call.
DISA LOCK OUT TIMER This timer controls the duration of time a DISA call is not
allowed to be made after the DISA error counter has expired
(MMC 500).
DISA NOANS DISC
This is the amount of time a DISA trunk may ring a station
before the system will disconnect the DISA trunk if there is
no answer.
DISA PASS CHECK
This timer defines the time period before the system clears
the incorrect passcode counter.
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DISPLAY DELAY TIMER This timer controls the duration a display is shown in the
LCD display. This timer also controls the duration of time
that error tone is heard.
DOOR LOCK RELEASE This timer controls the duration of time the door lock relay
will be activated.
DOOR RING DETECT
This timer controls the duration of time before a call is
answered by the door phone.
DOOR RING OFF TM
This timer controls the duration of ringing at the door ring
destination before automatically canceling.
E-HOLD RECALL TM
This timer controls the duration of time a call is held
exclusively at a station before recalling.
FIRST DIGIT TIME
This timer controls how long the system will wait for
dialing to begin before dropping the dial tone and
returning the user to error tone.
HOK FLASH MAX TM
This timer monitors the duration of a hookswitch flash to
ensure that the flash is valid and not a line noise or an
accidental hookswitch bounce (LONGEST DURATION).
HOK FLASH MIN TM
This timer monitors the duration of a hookswitch flash to
ensure that the flash is valid and not a line noise or an
accidental hookswitch bounce (SHORTEST DURATION).
HOOK OFF TIME
This timer controls the time before dial tone is sent to a
single line station.
HOOK ON TIME
This timer sets the minimum amount of time that the
system will recognize as an SLT hang up.
INQUIRY RELEASE
This timer monitors the duration of the interaction of the
soft key to determine when to return the LCD back to a
normal status. This timer affects only display phones.
INTER DIGIT TIME
This timer controls the grace period between dialing
valid digits before dropping the call and returning the
user back to error tone.
ISDN INTERDIGIT TIMER
This timer controls the grace period between dialing
valid digits and the end of the dialing string on an ISDN
call.
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KMMC DIGIT TIME
This timer controls the grace period between
programming actions while in a programming session.
The timer automatically returns the system to secure
programming status.
LCR ADVANCE TIME
This timer controls the duration of time before selecting the
next allowable route when a station is allowed to route
advance.
LCR INTER DIGIT
This timer controls the grace period between dialing valid
digits before accessing a trunk.
OFF HOOK RING
This timer controls the duration of time between ring bursts
to a user who has a camped-on call.
OHVA ANSWER TIME
This timer controls the time duration of an OHVA call before
automatic rejection.
PAGE TIME OUT
This timer controls the duration of a page announcement.
PAGE TONE TIME
This timer controls the duration of tone burst heard over the
page prior to the page announcement.
PARK RECALL TIME
This timer controls the duration of time a call is parked
before recalling to the call park originator.
PC-MMC LOCK OUT
This timer monitors the PCMMC activity, drops the link if no
action is created by PCMMC and returns the system back to
secure program status.
PERI-UCD REPORT
This timer is the interval that a periodic UCD report is
provided to an SIO port.
POWER DOWN TIME
This timer monitors the power to the ROM pack to begin
shutdown status.
RECALL DISCONNECT
This is the time an attendant recall will ring before being
disconnected.
RECALL WAIT TIME
This is the time any recall (hold or transfer) continues to
recall at your station before it recalls to the operator.
ROUTE OPTIMIZE
This is the amount of time the system will wait before
dropping any unnecessary Q-Sig links. This timer may only
be used with enhanced version of software and networking
is used.
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SMDR START/DIAL
PULSE (ROTARY)
the
This grace period timer starts SMDR recording for rotary
dialing. This timer also controls the LCD duration timer on
the keysets. The duration time displayed and the SMDR time
duration will be the same.
SMDR START/DTMF
This grace period timer starts SMDR recording for touchtone
dialing. This timer also controls the LCD duration timer on
the keysets. The duration time displayed and the SMDR time
duration will be the same.
SYS HOLD RECALL
This timer determines the time calls can be left on hold
before recalling back to the holding station. This is a
system-wide timer. Setting timer to 000 will defeat this
feature and no recalling will take place.
TRANSFER RECALL
This timer determines the time transferred calls ring before
recalling. This is a system-wide timer.
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
When an AA card is installed and the digital UCD package
enabled, this counter determines the maximum number of
seconds a call has been waiting at the UCD group before
the UCD group’s SUPV key begins to flash along with an
audio alarm. For more UCD alarm conditions, see MMC
500.
UCDS VISUAL ALARM
When an AA card is installed and the digital UCD package
enabled, this counter determines the maximum number of
seconds a call at the UCD group before the UCD group’s
SUPV key begins to flash as an alarm. For more UCD alarm
conditions, see MMC 500.
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STATION-WIDE TIMERS
DESCRIPTION:
Allows certain station timer values to be changed on a per-station basis or for all
stations.
1 NO ANS FWD
This timer controls how long the station will ring before
Forward on No Answer takes place. (Range: 001- 250 sec.)
2 DTMF DUR.
This timer governs the duration of DTMF digits which are
transmitted to an external VM system port. This can be used
when a VMS system fails to recognize the default DTMF
digit duration being transmitted from the iDCS SLT port.
(Range: 100- 9900 m sec.)
3 F - DGT DELY
This timer will be valuable for the system administrator to
insert a suitable delay before generating DTMF digits for In
Band Integration. (Range: 00- 9900 m sec)
4. OFFHK SEL
This timer controls the grace period before placing an
internal/external call as programmed in MMC 306. (Range:
000- 250 m sec.)
5. EFWD DELAY
This timer controls the External Call Forward feature which
will allow a station to ring before the call is placed on
external call forwarding. (Range: 001- 250 m sec.)
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to select ALL
ACTION
1. Press TRSF 502
Display shows
DISPLAY
[201] NO ANS FWD
010 SEC →
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2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select station and
press RIGHT soft key
OR
Press ANS/RLS to select all stations and
press RIGHT soft key
[205] NO ANS FWD
010 SEC →_
3. Enter new value (must be three digits) via
dial keypad (e.g., 020)
System will return to step 2
[205] NO ANS FWD
010 SEC →020
4. Dial timer number from above list (e.g. 2)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select and press
RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[205] DTMP DUR.
0100 MS →_
5. Enter new timer value (must be four digits,
e.g. 0200)
System returns back to step 2
[205] DTMP DUR.
0100 MS →0200
[ALL] NO ANS FWD
010 SEC →_
6. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next
MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
NO ANS FWD
DTMF DURATION
FIRST DGT DELAY
OFFHK SEL
EFWD DELAY
015 SEC
100 MSEC
600 MSEC
015 SEC
010 SEC
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 102 CALL FORWARD
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MMC 726 VM/AA OPTIONS
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DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is used to build all station groups. There are 30 programmable groups
available in an iDCS 100 system.
The options for setting up these groups are as follows: A through F.
A. TYPE: This is the type of group you are creating and can be one of the
following:
1. NORMAL: Used to assign stations in a ring group. The members can be
stations, common bell contacts or Ring over Page relays.
2. VMAA: Used to group a number of voice mail port extensions. These must
have been defined in MMC 207 as VMAA ports or they cannot be entered
here. Check all programming in MMC 726 to ensure that the In band DTMF
codes are properly set.
3. AA: This is used to group a number of AA ports. An Auto Attendant (AA) card
must be installed in the system to do this.
4. BI-VMS: This is the voice mail group for SVM (the built in Samsung Voice
Mail Card). When a voice mail card is installed, group 519 must be
programmed as a voice mail group on an iDCS 100 system. If a SVM is not
installed in the system, group 519 can be used as any other group can be
used.
5. MESSAGE: Used to group a number of extensions to serve as a message
desk or message group. When one of the stations in this type of group
leaves a message to another station the messaged station will return the
message to the message group so any member can answer the call. If a
station is a member of more than one message group, then any message
indications made by that station would be for the first numerical message
group they are a member of. It is not recommended to program stations in to
multiple station groups.
6. UCD: Used to build a UCD group. The iDCS 100 will support two methods of
UCD:
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TYPE 1 UCD
The group OVERFLOW/N-ANS destination (see below) is defined as an
SLT port to which you must connect some type of announcement device
to play to callers while they are on hold.
Please note that this type of UCD group has the following limitations.
a) The announcement device must be able to terminate the
announcement with a hook flash and a transfer back to the UCD
group.
b) Only one caller at a time can hear the announcement.
c) Each caller connected to the announcement must hear the
announcement in its entirety.
d) It is possible that a new caller may “jump ahead” in the queue if a
previous caller is currently connected to the announcement device.
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The group OVERFLOW/N-ANS destination (see below) is defined as an
AA port or group. This will only work if an AA card has been installed in
the system.
The digital announcer in the AA card will supply two recorded
announcements to callers in queue. The first announcement is played
only once, the second announcement will repeat for as long as the caller
is in queue.
This type of UCD group has the following advantages:
a) No external device need be installed to provide an announcement.
b) Multiple callers can hear the announcement(s) simultaneously.
c) Callers hearing the announcement will be transferred to a free UCD
group member (agent) as soon as the agent becomes available.
d) The callers place in queue is always maintained.
Additional programming for this type of UCD group is in MMC 607. There
is a maximum of 10 UCD groups available on an iDCS 100 system.
B. RING MODE: Each group can have one of the following ring modes. This will
decide how calls are placed to the group.
1. SEQUENTIAL: The stations listed as “members” (see below) will be called
on a first available basis. Calls will first go to the first member, if the first
member is busy, calls will go to the second member, if the second member
is busy, calls will go to the third member etc. This type of group is useful for
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placing the bulk of the incoming calls to a selected individual, with other
members only getting the calls when the first member is busy. The number
of members allowed for a sequential group is 32.
2. DISTRIBUTED: The first call will go to the first member, the second call will
go to the second member, the third call will go to the third member. This type
of group is useful for evenly distributing the call among all group members.
The number of members allowed for a distributed group is 32.
3. UNCONDITIONAL: Calls are placed to all group members simultaneously.
This reduces the number of members of the groups to 32. If a group member
is busy, they can receive off hook ring if defined in MMC 300.
This ring mode option is not available for UCD or VMAA groups.
The OVERFLOW/BUSY option is not available for unconditional ring mode.
C. OVERFLOW: This is the timer value that will cause unanswered calls to a group
to begin also ringing the NEXT PORT (see below) after this timer has elapsed. If
set to 000, no overflow will take place.
D. NEXT PORT: This is the station or group number that callers will also ring at if
the OVERFLOW feature has been programmed. The OVERFLOW DESTINATION
can be defined as:
1. COMMON BELL There are up to 6 relays available in the iDCS 100 system
that can be defined as Common bell in MMC 218. (2 on each PMISC card)
2. RING OVER PAGE DN # 362 and 363 are the default numbers available.
3. STATION OR STATION GROUP. Any station or station group can be
defined as the NEXT port.
E. GRP TRANSFER: This is a timer that will determine how long C.O. calls
transferred to the group will ring at the group before recalling. If set to 000, no
recall will take place.
F. MEMBER: List all members that are to be in the group. Up to 32 members are
allowed in each group, but stations can be assigned to multiple station groups.
G. GROUP BUSY: When this option is set to YES and all members of the group are
busy, then a caller will hear busy tone when the group is called. Callers to the
group will not be routed to the overflow destination when all members of the
groups are busy.
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NOTES: When a group is called, or a caller is transferred to a group, ringback is
sent to the caller. A busy signal will not be returned even if all group members
are busy. Obviously UCD is an exception to this rule. Calls to a group do not
follow the call forwarding instructions of any stations in the group.
H. GRP AUTOANS: When this option is set to ON, intercom calls to the group will
Auto Answer/Voice Announce if the station is programmed for Auto
Answer/Voice Announce in MMC 103. CO calls will follow the AUTO ANS CO
setting in MMC 110 for a group member in addition to the group members in
MMC 103.
FEATURE KEYS
0 TYPE
1
2
3
4
5
6
RING
OVERFLOW
GRP TRSF
NEXT PORT
MEMBER
GROUP BUSY
Group type
(Normal, VM/AA, UCD, AA, SVM, MESSAGE)
Ring mode (Sequential, Distributed or Unconditional)
Overflow time (000 - 250 secs.)
Group transfer time (000 - 250 secs.)
Group or station number (e.g. group 502, station 221, 244)
Group members (e.g., station 202, 225, 231)
ON or OFF
RING MODES
0 SEQUENTIAL
The first idle station listed in the group will ring. If the first is
busy, the next idle station will ring. MAXIMUM 32 STATIONS
RINGING.
1 DISTRIBUTED
The first call will ring the first station listed in the group. The
next call will ring the next station listed in the group.
MAXIMUM 32 STATIONS RINGING.
2 UNCONDITIONAL All the stations listed in the group will ring. Busy stations will
receive off-hook ring. MAXIMUM 32 STATIONS RINGING.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 601
Display shows
[501] STN.GROUP
TYPE:NORMAL GRP
2. Dial group number (e.g., 505)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select group
Press LEFT soft key to move cursor to type
of group and DIAL group type (0–2, e.g., 1)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
Press LEFT soft key to move cursor to TYPE
[505] STN.GROUP
TYPE:NORMAL GRP
3. Dial feature option number (0–6, e.g., 0)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to scroll options and
press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[505] STN GROUP
RING:SEQENTIAL
4. Dial ring option (0–2, e.g., 1)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
Press LEFT soft key to move cursor
back to RING or press RIGHT soft key to
return to step 2
[505] STN GROUP
RING:DISTRIBUTE
5. Dial next feature option and continue
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select option and
press RIGHT soft key
OR
Press LEFT soft key to return to step 2
[505] STN GROUP
RING:DISTRIBUTE
[505] STN GROUP
TYPE:VMAA
6. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
NORMAL GROUP
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 203 ASSIGN UA DEVICE
MMC 204 COMMON/LOUD BELL CONTROL
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ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION:
Similar to MMC 700 but does not allow a copy command. This MMC is primarily
used for creating a new class of service. If the unsupervised conference feature is
allowed, a programmed CONF key must be available to allow reentry into a
conference call. There are 30 classes of service available.
NOTE: This MMC is divided into 4 categories. The categories are USABLE
FEATURES, CALL STATION GROUPS, CALL TRUNK GROUPS, CALL TO BIVMS
STN (SVM).
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
TOLL LEVEL OPTIONS
DIAL DIGIT
TOLL LEVEL
DIAL DIGIT
TOLL LEVEL
0
1
2
3
A
B
C
D
4
5
6
7
E
F
G
H
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 701
Display shows
COS CONTENTS(01)
TOLL LEVEL:A
2. Dial COS (e.g., 06)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select COS
Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor to toll
level
COS CONTENTS(06)
TOLL LEVEL:A
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3. Dial toll level (e.g., 2—see above list)
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select new TOLL level
OR
Press RIGHT soft key to advance to
COS options
COS CONTENTS(06)
TOLL LEVEL:C
4. Dial COS option (e.g., 09—see Caller ID
option list or Basic option list)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select option
Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
COS CONTENTS(06)
09:DND
:YES
5. Dial 0 for NO or 1 for YES
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select option
Press LEFT soft key to return to step 4
Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2
COS CONTENTS(06)
09:DND
: NO
6. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
Table A. COS Feature List by Option Number
00
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
USEABLE FEATURE
LCD Display
COS Option
AA CALER
Auto answer control by caller*
ALM CLER
Alarm clear
AUTO RDL
Retry on busy
CALLBACK
Callback
CID ABND
Caller ID Abandon*
CID INQR
Caller ID Inquire*
CID INVT
Caller ID Investigate*
CONFER
Conference
DALM CLR
DISA alarm ring clear
DIRECT
Directory dial
DISA
Allow DISA use
DND
Do Not Disturb
DND FWRD
Forward Do Not Disturb
DND OVRD
Do Not Disturb override
DOOR
Door ring answer
DSS
Direct station select
DTS
Direct trunk select
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18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
USEABLE FEATURE
LCD Display
COS Option
NOT USED
EXT FWD
External call forward
FEATURE
Feature key
FLASH
Trunk flash
FOLLOW-ME
Call forward-follow me
FORWARD
Call forwarding
NOT USED
GRP/IO
Group in/out
HOLD
Hold
HOTLINE
Hot line
INTERCOM
Intercom call
MESSAGE
Message
MM PAGE
Meet me page
NEW CALL
New call
OHVAED
Ohvaed
OHVAING
Ohvaing
ONEA2
1A2 emulation
OPERATOR
Operator
OUT TRSF
Outgoing transfer
OVERRIDE
Override
PAGE 0
Page zone 0 PAGING
PAGE 1
Page zone 1 PAGING
PAGE 2
Page zone 2 PAGING
PAGE 3
Page zone 3 PAGING
PAGE 4
Page zone 4 PAGING
PAGE 5
Page zone 5 PAGING
PAGE 6
Page zone 6 PAGING
PAGE 7
Page zone 7 PAGING
PAGE 8
Page zone 8 PAGING
PAGE 9
Page zone 9 PAGING
PAGE 4
Page zone 4 PAGING
NOT USED
PICKUP
Call Pickup
REM . HOLD
Remote Hold
RNG PLAN
Ring Plan
SECURE
Override Secure
SET RLOC
Set Relocation
SSPD TOL
System Speed Dial Toll Check
STN LOCK
Station Locking
SYS SPD
System Speed Dial
NOT USED
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61
62
63
64
65
USEABLE FEATURE
LCD Display
COS Option
TRK EHLD
Trunk Exclusive Hold
UNCO CNF
Conference
VM AREC
Auto Record
VM AME
Answer Machine Emulator
VM REC
Call Record
CALL STN GROUP
LCD Display
COS Option
STNGRP 01
Station group 01 calling
STNGRP 02
Station group 02 calling
STNGRP 03
Station group 03 calling
STNGRP 04
Station group 04 calling
STNGRP 05
Station group 05 calling
STNGRP 06
Station group 06 calling
STNGRP 07
Station group 07 calling
STNGRP 08
Station group 08 calling
STNGRP 09
Station group 09 calling
STNGRP 10
Station group 10 calling
STNGRP 11
Station group 11 calling
STNGRP 12
Station group 12 calling
STNGRP 13
Station group 13 calling
STNGRP 14
Station group 14 calling
STNGRP 15
Station group 15 calling
STNGRP 16
Station group 16 calling
STNGRP 17
Station group 17 calling
STNGRP 18
Station group 18 calling
STNGRP 19
Station group 19 calling
STNGRP 20
Station group 20 calling
CALL TRK GROUP
LCD Display
COS Option
TRKGRP01
Trunk group 01 calling
TRKGRP02
Trunk group 02 calling
TRKGRP03
Trunk group 03 calling
TRKGRP04
Trunk group 04 calling
TRKGRP05
Trunk group 05 calling
TRKGRP06
Trunk group 06 calling
TRKGRP07
Trunk group 07 calling
TRKGRP08
Trunk group 08 calling
TRKGRP09
Trunk group 09 calling
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LCD Display
COS Option
TRKGRP10
Trunk group 10 calling
TRKGRP11
Trunk group 11 calling
CALL BIVMS GROUP
LCD Display
COS Option
VMSSTN01
SVM Port 01 calling
VMSSTN02
SVM Port 02 calling
VMSSTN03
SVM Port 03 calling
VMSSTN04
SVM Port 04 calling
VMSSTN05
SVM Port 05 calling
VMSSTN06
SVM Port 06 calling
VMSSTN07
SVM Port 07 calling
VMSSTN08
SVM Port 08 calling
DEFAULT DATA:
ALL VALUES YES, EXCEPT USEABLE FEATURES 14, 38, 56, 63,
64, 65
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 700 COPY COS CONTENTS
MMC 702 TOLL DENY TABLE
MMC 703 TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
TOLL RESTRICTION
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STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION:
Allows the customizing of programmable keys on specific electronic keysets, AOM,
or 64 button module on the iDCS 100 system. For keysets, buttons 1 and 2 are set
as CALL buttons by default. For AOM’s and 64 button DSS box’s all buttons are set
as DS keys by default. Features are entered via dial pad keys by pressing the dial
pad number the required number of steps to select the feature. For example, for
OHVA, the number 6 is pressed three times. If the BOSS key is required, press 2 for
the first letter B and then use the UP or DOWN key to change the selection from
BARGE to BOSS.
DIAL KEYPAD
COUNT
DIAL 2
DIAL 3
DIAL 4
DIAL 5
DIAL 6
DIAL 7
DIAL 8
1
AAPLAY
DICT
GPIK
LCR
MMPA
PAGE
TG
2
BARGE
DICT
HLDPK
LCR
NEW
REJECT
UA
3
CALL
FAUTO
IG
LCR
OHVA
SG
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 722
Display shows
[201] KEY PROG.
01:CALL1 →
2. Enter selected station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select station
Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[205] KEY PROG.
01:CALL1 →
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3. Enter selected key number (e.g., 18)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to select key number
Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[201] KEY PROG.
18:NONE →_
4. Using above chart, press dial pad key
number to make selection
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
Press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor to
step 5 to enter extender if required or to
return to step 2
[201] KEY PROG.
18:NONE →GPIK_
5. If required, enter extender (e.g.,03)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2
[201] KEY PROG.
18:NONE →GPIK03
6. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
SEE BELOW
RELATED ITEMS: MMC 107 KEY EXTENDER
MMC 720 COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
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DCS KEYSETS
Default 24 Button Keyset with or without Display
01:CALL1
07:NONE
13:NONE
19:CONF
02:CALL2
08:NONE
14:NONE
20:SPD
03:NONE
09:NONE
15:NONE
21:LNR
04:NONE
10:NONE
16:NONE
22:PAGE
05:NONE
11:NONE
17:NONE
23:CBK
06:TG9
12:NONE
18:NONE
24:MSG
Default 12 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
07:CONF
02:CALL2
08:SPD
03:NONE
09:LNR
04:NONE
10:PAGE
05:NONE
11:CBK
06:TG9
12:MSG
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Default Add-On Module
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
Default 64 Button DSS Box
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
33:DS
37:DS
41:DS
45:DS
49:DS
53:DS
57:DS
61:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
34:DS
38:DS
42:DS
46:DS
50:DS
54:DS
58:DS
62:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
35:DS
39:DS
43:DS
47:DS
51:DS
55:DS
59:DS
63:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
36:DS
40:DS
44:DS
48:DS
52:DS
56:DS
60:DS
64:DS
Default 7 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
04:NONE
02:CALL2
05:NONE
07:MSG
03:NONE
06:NONE
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Default 28 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
06:NONE
11:NONE
16:NONE
02:CALL2
07:NONE
12:NONE
17:NONE
03:NONE
08:NONE
13:NONE
18:NONE
21:NONE
22:NONE
23:MEMORY
24:TRANSFER
04:NONE
09:NONE
14:NONE
19:NONE
05:MESSAGE
10:NONE
15:NONE
20:NONE
25:NONE
26:NONE
27:REDIAL
28:SPEAKER
Default 18 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
06:NONE
02:CALL2
07:NONE
03:NONE
08:NONE
21:NONE
22:NONE
23:MEMORY
24:TRANSFER
04:NONE
09:NONE
05:MESSAGE
10:NONE
25:NONE
26:NONE
27:REDIAL
28:SPEAKER
Default 8 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
05:NONE
02:CALL2
06:NONE
03:MESSAGE
07:NONE
04:TRANSFER
08:SPEAKER
Default 14 Button DSS Box
31:DS
32:DS
33:DS
34:DS
35:DS
36:DS
37:DS
38:DS
39:DS
40:DS
41:DS
42:DS
43:DS
44:DS
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Default 64 Button DSS Box
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
33:DS
37:DS
41:DS
45:DS
49:DS
53:DS
57:DS
61:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
34:DS
38:DS
42:DS
46:DS
50:DS
54:DS
58:DS
62:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
35:DS
39:DS
43:DS
47:DS
51:DS
55:DS
59:DS
63:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
36:DS
40:DS
44:DS
48:DS
52:DS
56:DS
60:DS
64:DS
Programmable Key Assignments
AAPLAY
AAREC
ABAND
ABW:
ACCT:
ALARM:
AN/RLS:
BARGE:
BLOCK:
BOSS:
CAD
CALL:
CAMP:
CANMG:
CBK:
CID:
CHOICE:
CONF:
CONP:
CR:
CS:
CSNR:
DGPALM:
DIR:
AUTO ATTENDANT PLAY*
AUTO ATTENDANT RECORD*
ABANDONED CALL
AGENT BUSY WRAP-UP
ACCOUNT
ALARM
ANSWER/RELEASE
BARGE-IN
OHVA BLOCK
BOSS/SECRETARY
CALL ACTIVITY DISPLAY (MEM4)
CALL BUTTON
STATION CAMP-ON
MESSAGE CANCEL
CALLBACK
CALLER ID/ANI*
Reserved for Future Use
CONFERENCE
CONNECTED NAME ID PRESENTATION (MEM4)
CALL RECORD*
CALL STATUS
CALLER ID SAVE NUMBER REDIAL
ALARM REMINDER KEY
DIRECTORY
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DLOCK:
DND:
DNDO:
DP:
DROP
DS:
DT:
EXTMIC:
FAUTO:
FLASH:
FWRD:
GPIK:
HDSET:
HLDPK:
HOLD:
IG:
INQIRE:
INFDSP:
ISPY:
LANREQ:
LCR:
LISTN:
LNR:
LOG
MMPA:
MMPG:
MSG:
MUTE:
NEW:
NND:
NOCLIP:
NXT:
OHVA:
OPER:
PAGE:
PAGPK:
PARK
PAUSE:
PMSG:
PROG:
PTHR:
REJECT:
RETRY:
DOOR LOCK
DO NOT DISTURB
DO NOT DISTURB OVERRIDE
DIRECT PICKUP
DROP
DSS KEY
DTS KEY
EXTERNAL MICROPHONE
FORCED AUTO ANSWER
FLASH
CALL FORWARD
GROUP PICKUP
HEADSET MODE
HOLD PICKUP
HOLD
IN/OUT OF GROUP
INQUIRE (CID*/ANI)
RESERVE FOR FUTURE USE
CID/ANI SPY
LAN REQUEST
LEAST COST ROUTING
GROUP LISTENING
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
CALL LOGGING (MEM4)
MEET ME PAGE ANSWER
MEET ME PAGE
MESSAGE
MUTE
NEW CALL
NAME NUMBER DATE (CID*/ANI)
DO NOT SEND CLI INFO TO CO (ISDN only)
NEXT (CID*/ANI)
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE
OPERATOR
PAGE
PICKUP PAGE HOLD
CALL PARK ORBIT
PAUSE
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
LIMITED PROGRAMMING
PATH REPLACEMENT [Enhanced Software Only]
OHVA REJECT
AUTO REDIAL ON BUSY
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REVW:
RP
RTO
SETDND:
SETMG:
SG:
SNR:
SP
SPD:
SPKR:
STORE:
SYSALM
TG:
TIMER:
TRARPT:
TRSF:
UA:
VM:
VMADM:
VMAME:
VMMSG:
VT:
NOTE:
REVIEW (CID*/ANI)
RING PLAN
RING TIME OVERIDE
SET DO NOT DISTURB
SET MESSAGE W/O RING
STATION GROUP
SAVED NUMBER REDIAL
UCD SUPERVISOR
SPEED DIAL
SPEAKER
STORE DISPLAYED NUMBER (CID*/ANI)
SYSTEM ALARMS (MEM4)
TRUNK GROUP
TIMER
TRAFFIC REPORT
TRANSFER
UNIVERSAL ANSWER
VOICE MAIL MEMO**
VOICE MAIL ADMINISTRATION**
ANSWER MACHINE EMULATION**
VOICE MAIL MESSAGE KEY**
VOICEMAIL TRANSFER
Items marked with an asterisk require optional hardware.
Items marked with a double asterisk require a SVM card.
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MMC: 723
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is much like MMC 722, Station Key Programming. The main difference is
that this MMC is system-wide rather than on a per-station basis. Features are
entered via the dial keypad by pressing numbers as shown in the table. For
example, for OHVA the number 6 is pressed three times. If the BOSS key is required,
press 2 for the first letter B, and then use the UP or DOWN key to change selection
from BARGE to BOSS.
DIAL KEYPAD
COUNT→
DIAL 2
DIAL 3
DIAL 4
DIAL 5
DIAL 6
DIAL 7
DIAL 8
1
AAPLAY
DICT
GPIK
LCR
MMPA
PAGE
TG
2
BARGE
DICT
HDSET
LCR
NEW
REJECT
UA
3
CALL
FAUTO
I/G
LCR
OHVA
SETMG
VDIAL
TYPE OF SET
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
24-BTN
12-BTN
7-BTN
32-BTN AOMs
64-BTN AOMs
28 BTN
18 BTN
8 BTN
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 723
Display shows
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
01:CALL1 →
2. Enter type of set via dial keypad ( e.g.,5)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
and press RIGHT soft key
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
01:CALL1 →
3. Enter key number (e.g., 18)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
and press RIGHT soft key
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
18:DS
→
4. Using table above, press dial keypad
number to make selection
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
and press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor
to step 5 to enter extender, if required
OR
Press LEFT soft key to return to step 3
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
18:DS
→GPIK
5. If required, enter extender (e.g.,03)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
18:DS
→GPIK03
6. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next
MMC
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Default 24 Button Keyset with or without Display
01:CALL1
07:NONE
13:NONE
19:CONF
02:CALL2
08:NONE
14:NONE
20:SPD
03:NONE
09:NONE
15:NONE
21:LNR
04:NONE
10:NONE
16:NONE
22:PAGE
05:NONE
11:NONE
17:NONE
23:CBK
06:TG9
12:NONE
18:NONE
24:MSG
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Default 12 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
07:CONF
02:CALL2
08:SPD
03:NONE
09:LNR
04:NONE
10:PAGE
05:NONE
11:CBK
Default Add-On Module
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
Default 64 Button DSS Box
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
33:DS
37:DS
41:DS
45:DS
49:DS
53:DS
57:DS
61:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
34:DS
38:DS
42:DS
46:DS
50:DS
54:DS
58:DS
62:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
35:DS
39:DS
43:DS
47:DS
51:DS
55:DS
59:DS
63:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
36:DS
40:DS
44:DS
48:DS
52:DS
56:DS
60:DS
64:DS
Default 7 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
04:NONE
02:CALL2
05:NONE
07:MSG
03:NONE
06:NONE
06:TG9
12:MSG
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Default 28 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
06:NONE
11:NONE
16:NONE
02:CALL2
07:NONE
12:NONE
17:NONE
03:NONE
08:NONE
13:NONE
18:NONE
21:NONE
22:NONE
23:MEMORY
24:TRANSFER
04:NONE
09:NONE
14:NONE
19:NONE
05:MESSAGE
10:NONE
15:NONE
20:NONE
25:NONE
26:NONE
27:REDIAL
28:SPEAKER
Default 18 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
06:NONE
02:CALL2
07:NONE
03:NONE
08:NONE
21:NONE
22:NONE
23:MEMORY
24:TRANSFER
04:NONE
09:NONE
05:MESSAGE
10:NONE
25:NONE
26:NONE
27:REDIAL
28:SPEAKER
Default 8 Button Keyset
01:CALL1
05:NONE
02:CALL2
06:NONE
03:MESSAGE
07:NONE
04:TRANSFER
08:SPEAKER
Default 14 Button DSS Box
31:DS
32:DS
33:DS
34:DS
35:DS
36:DS
37:DS
38:DS
39:DS
40:DS
41:DS
42:DS
43:DS
44:DS
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Default 64 Button DSS Box
01:DS
05:DS
09:DS
13:DS
17:DS
21:DS
25:DS
29:DS
33:DS
37:DS
41:DS
45:DS
49:DS
53:DS
57:DS
61:DS
02:DS
06:DS
10:DS
14:DS
18:DS
22:DS
26:DS
30:DS
34:DS
38:DS
42:DS
46:DS
50:DS
54:DS
58:DS
62:DS
03:DS
07:DS
11:DS
15:DS
19:DS
23:DS
27:DS
31:DS
35:DS
39:DS
43:DS
47:DS
51:DS
55:DS
59:DS
63:DS
04:DS
08:DS
12:DS
16:DS
20:DS
24:DS
28:DS
32:DS
36:DS
40:DS
44:DS
48:DS
52:DS
56:DS
60:DS
64:DS
Programmable Key Assignments
AAPLAY
AAREC
ABAND
ABW:
ACCT:
ALARM:
AN/RLS:
BARGE:
BLOCK:
BOSS:
CAD
CALL:
CAMP:
CANMG:
CBK:
CHOICE:
CID:
CONF:
CONP:
CR:
CS:
CSNR:
DGPALM:
DIR:
DLOCK:
AUTO ATTENDANT PLAY*
AUTO ATTENDANT RECORD*
ABANDONED CALL
AGENT BUSY WRAP-UP
ACCOUNT
ALARM
ANSWER/RELEASE
BARGE-IN
OHVA BLOCK
BOSS/SECRETARY
CALL ACTIVITY DISPLAY (MEM4)
CALL BUTTON
STATION CAMP-ON
MESSAGE CANCEL
CALLBACK
Reserved for Future Use
CALLER ID/ANI*
CONFERENCE
CONNECTED NAME ID PRESENTATION (MEM4)
CALL RECORD *
CALL STATUS
CALLER ID SAVE NUMBER REDIAL
ALARM REMINDER KEY
DIRECTORY
DOOR LOCK
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DND:
DNDO:
DP:
DROP
DS:
DT:
EXTMIC:
FAUTO:
FLASH:
FWRD:
GPIK:
HDSET:
HLDPK:
HOLD:
IG:
INFDSP:
INQIRE:
ISPY:
LANREQ:
LCR:
LISTN:
LNR:
LOG
MMPA:
MMPG:
MSG:
MUTE:
NEW:
NND:
NOCLIP:
NXT:
OHVA:
OPER:
PAGE:
PAGPK:
PARK
PAUSE:
PMSG:
PROG:
PTHR:
REJECT:
RETRY:
REVW:
DO NOT DISTURB
DO NOT DISTURB OVERRIDE
DIRECT PICKUP
DROP
DSS KEY
DTS KEY
EXTERNAL MICROPHONE
FORCED AUTO ANSWER
FLASH
CALL FORWARD
GROUP PICKUP
HEADSET MODE
HOLD PICKUP
HOLD
IN/OUT OF GROUP
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
INQUIRE (CID*/ANI)
CID/ANI SPY
LAN REQUEST
LEAST COST ROUTING
GROUP LISTENING
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
CALL LOGGING (MEM4)
MEET ME PAGE ANSWER
MEET ME PAGE
MESSAGE
MUTE
NEW CALL
NAME NUMBER DATE (CID*/ANI)
DO NOT SEND CLI INFO TO CO (ISDN only)
NEXT (CID*/ANI)
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE
OPERATOR
PAGE
PICKUP PAGE HOLD
CALL PARK ORBIT
PAUSE
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
LIMITED PROGRAMMING
PATH REPLACEMENT [Enhanced Software Only]
OHVA REJECT
AUTO REDIAL ON BUSY
REVIEW (CID*/ANI)
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RP
RTO
SETDND:
SETMG:
SG:
SNR:
SP
SPD:
SPKR:
STORE:
SYSALM
TG:
TIMER:
TRARPT:
TRSF:
UA:
VM:
VMADM:
VMAME:
VMMSG:
VT:
NOTE:
RING PLAN
RING TIME OVERIDE
SET DO NOT DISTURB
SET MESSAGE W/O RING
STATION GROUP
SAVED NUMBER REDIAL
UCD SUPERVISOR
SPEED DIAL
SPEAKER
STORE DISPLAYED NUMBER (CID*/ANI)
SYSTEM ALARMS (MEM4)
TRUNK GROUP
TIMER
TRAFFIC REPORT
TRANSFER
UNIVERSAL ANSWER
VOICE MAIL MEMO**
VOICE MAIL ADMINISTRATION**
ANSWER MACHINE EMULATION**
VOICE MAIL MESSAGE KEY**
VOICEMAIL TRANSFER
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Items marked with a double asterisk require a SVM card.
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DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC allows the technician to change directory numbers for stations, trunks,
station groups, trunk groups and feature access codes. The system is
preprogrammed with a default three digit numbering for station, station groups and
trunk numbers.
DIAL
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
0
STN NUM PLAN
This is where station directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
1
TRK NUM PLAN
This is where trunk directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
2
AA NUMPLAN
This is where AA port directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
3
MISC NUM PLAN
This is where directory numbers for relays,
MOH ports and the alarm sensor are changed
or assigned.
4
STNG NUM PLAN
This is where station group numbers are
changed or assigned.
5
TRKG NUM PLAN
This is where trunk group numbers are
changed or assigned.
6
FEAT NUM PLAN
This is where feature access codes are
changed or assigned. Dialing codes are
entered via the dial pad key by pressing the
dial pad number the required steps to select
the feature. For example, for OHVA, the
number 6 would be pressed three times.
NOTE: Please remember that this program is
system-wide.
7
BRI STN NO. PLAN
This is where directory numbers for BRI ports.
MMC 427 is to assign as stations or trunks.
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8
NTWK LCR
This is where additional LCR access codes are
entered in the case when two or more iDCS
100 systems are networked.
NOTE: Networking is only available with the
iDCS 100 enhanced version software.
FEATURE NUMBERING DIAL KEY PAD
COUNT→
DIAL 2
DIAL 3
DIAL 4
DIAL 5
DIAL 6
DIAL 7
DIAL 8
DIAL 9
1
AAPLAY
DICT
GPIK
LCR
MMPA
PAGE
UA
WCOS
2
BARGE
DICT
HDSET
LCR
NEW
PAGE
UA
WCOS
3
CAMP
FAUTO
IG
LCR
OHVA
REJECT
VDIAL
WCOS
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to clear previous entry
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF
Display shows
STN NUMBER PLAN:
BASE01:201→
2. Dial option number to make selection
(e. g., 2)
OR
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
and press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor
OR
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
ABAND :64 →_
3. Dial first letter of feature name (e. g., 7)
AND
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PAGE :55 →_
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
Press UP or DOWN key to make selection
then press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor PARK :NONE→__
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4. Enter digits (e.g., 63) via the dial keypad
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PARK :NONE →63
5. Press LEFT soft key to enter change and
continue to make changes
OR
Press RIGHT soft key to enter and return to
step 2; if an error message appears
indicating duplication of access code, enter
1 for YES for change or enter 0 for NO for no
change
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PARK :NONE →63
NUMBER IN USE
CHANGE?
Y:1,N:0
5. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next
MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
SEE BELOW
STN DIAL NUM:
Base odd port 201 ~ 2xx
Base even port 301 ~ 3xx
Ext. cabinet
2xx
TRK DIAL NUM:
701 ~ 7xx
AA/VD DIAL NO:
AA: 381 ~ 384
MISC DIAL NUM:
Alarm sensor: 351 ~
External page: 361 ~
BGM: 371 ~
Common bell: None
Loud bell: 391 ~
MODEM: xxxx
STNG DIAL NUMBER: 500 ~ 519
TRKG DIAL NUMBER: 800 ~ 809
FEAT DIAL NUMBER:
ABAND
ABW
ACCT
ALMCLR
AUTH
BARGE
BLOCK
BOSS
CAMP
CANMG
CBK
CHOICE
CONF
64
None
47
57
4
None
None
None
45
42
44
None
46
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CONP
CR
DGPALM
DIR
DIRPK
DISALM
DLOCK
DND
DNDOVR
FAUTO
FLASH
FWD
GRPK
HDSET
HLDPK
HOLD
IG
INFDSP
LCR
LISTN
LOG
LNR
MMPA
MMPG
MSG
MYGRPK
NEW
NOCLIP
OHVA
OPER
PAGE
PAGPK
PARK
PMSG
PTHR
REJECT
RP
RTO
SETMG
SETALM
SLTMMC
SNR
SPEED
SRELOC
UA
VMADM
VMAME
VMMEMO
VMMSG
WCOS
S0 STN DIAL NO.:
None
None
None
None
65
58
13
40
None
14
49
60
66
None
12
11
53
None
None
None
None
19
56
54
43
None
18
None
None
0
55
10
NONE
48
None
None
None
None
41
None
15
17
16
None
67
None
None
#
None
59
7801~7824
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MMC: 727
SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION:
Used only for system version display. This is a READ ONLY MMC.
PROGRAM KEY
SPK
Used to advance to next MMC
ACTION
1. Press TRSF 727
Display shows software verson on MEM3
or MEM4 card
Press UP or DOWN key to select other
system versions
DISPLAY
ROM VERSION
‘2002.04.20. E1.0
Basic 8 DLI ports on KSU motherboard
B.DLI VER:B.8DLI
NO VERSION DATA
Optional 2SLI card
O.SLI VER:O.2SLI
NO VERSION DATA
SMISC card. The software version is the
version of the AA software on the SMISC2
MISC. VER:MISC
’98.10.29 V1.0
KSU Expansion slot 1.
SLOT1 VER:3TRK
NO VERSION DATA
KSU Expansion slot 2.
SLOT2 VER:8DLI
NO VERSION DATA
KSU Expansion slot 3. This slot has a 4BRI
card installed
SLOT3 VER:4BRI
’99.04.13 V1.1
SVMi-8 / SVMi-4
SLOT7 VER:VM
’98.10.02 V1.0
DEFAULT DATA: NONE
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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MMC: 740
VM CARD RESTART
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug In Voice Mail Card.
There are two options available in this MMC:
DOWNLOAD
When the SVM card starts, part of the power up procedure will download data from
the iDCS 100 to determine time, date, what mailboxes to create, and system
numbering plan. This must be done at least once, but once done this download
feature can be turned OFF to save boot up time.
CARD RESTART
If this option is set to YES the SVM card will immediately restart according to the
download OPTION specified above.
NOTE:
If during any test procedures you need to run the iDCS 100 system with a default
database and power up with this MMC option set to YES the SVM database will be
overwritten according to the data in MMC 741 and the default numbering plan. If you
plan this type of test, remove SVM until the procedure is finished and the customer
database is reloaded.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
Changes MMC data between YES and NO
0 and 1 will change data and advance to other option
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
ACTION
1. Press TRSF 740
Display shows
DISPLAY
VM CARD RESTART
DOWNLOAD ? YES
2. Dial 0 or 1 to set option and advance
3. Display shows
4. Dial 0 or 1 to set option and advance
VM CARD RESTART
CARD RESTART?NO
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5. Press TRSF to store and exit
OR
Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC
6. Enter 0 for non urgent or 1 for urgent
DEFAULT DATA:
CARD RESTART: NO
DOWNLOAD: NO
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MMC: 741
ASSIGN MAILBOX
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card. It assigns each
station or group as having a mailbox (yes or no). When stations or groups are
flagged as YES, during Voice Mail card power up mailboxes will be created for each
directory number with a “YES” entry.
Once the Voice Mail database has been created new boxes can be added.
a) Through Voice Mail administration,
b) By adding a new mailbox in this system and cycling system power.
If a mailbox is to be removed it must be done through Voice Mail administration.
If a station that do not have an associated voice mailbox, call the Voice Mail system
they will be answered by the Voice Mail system main greeting.
NOTE: The groups that are supported are 500 to 518 (519 being the Voice Mail
group). Mailboxes that are needed for people that do not have an extension must
be added through Voice Mail programming.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SOFT KEYS
SPK
ANS/RLS
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Move cursor left and right
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to select ALL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 741
Display shows
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
[201]: YES
2. Dial station number OR
Press UP or DOWN to scroll the number.
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
225 : YES
3. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
225 : YES
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4. Change status using UP and DOWN
OR
Dial 0 for NO or 1 for YES.
5. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
ALL STATIONS = YES
ALL GROUPS = NO
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225 : NO
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MMC: 745
WARNING DESTINATION
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card.
This MMC provides an emergency destination for calls destined for the Voice Mail
card, if the Voice Mail card is removed or is offline.
In addition any calls that are forwarded to the Voice Mail card will not forward, they
will remain ringing at the “fwd from” station until answered.
This destination can be a station number or a group number.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to delete an entry
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 745
Display shows
WARNING DEST.
DEST:500
2. Dial station number or group number
OR
Press UP or DOWN to scroll the number.
WARNING DEST.
DEST:501
3. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
DEST = 500
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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MMC: 746
VM HALT
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card.
This MMC is used to halt the Voice Mail card (take it offline). It ensures that there is
no traffic on the Voice Mail card when it is removed from the system.
NOTE: THIS OPERATION SHOULD BE PERFORMED BEFORE REMOVING THE
VOICE MAIL CARD FROM THE iDCS 100 SYSTEM.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 746
Display shows
VM HALT
STATUS:PROC
2. Enter 1 to halt or 0 to process
OR
Press UP or DOWN to scroll the selections.
VM HALT
STATUS:PROC
3. When you select 1 to halt, display shows:
Press 1 to confirm.
VM HALT
ARE YOU SURE?YES
4. Display shows:
VM HALT
STATUS:HALT
5. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
PROC
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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MMC: 747
VM ALARM
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card.
This MMC will generate an alarm message in the mailbox defined in MMC 741
whenever the Voice Mail disk drive reaches a threshold.
The threshold is measured in % full. This means that if the MMC is set for 80, the
alarm will be generated when the disk exceeds 80% of the available drive space.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 747
Display shows
VM ALARM
THRESHOLD:80
2. Enter new threshold level.
VM ALARM
THRESHOLD:75
3. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
80%
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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MMC: 748
ASSIGN VM MOH
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card.
This MMC is used to assign each port a Music on Hold source for the iDCS 100
from a sound file located on the SVM hard disk drive. The 100 available sound files
are defined as numbers 5000 to 5099.
Basically SVM card supports various music for numbers 5000 to 5099. If you want
to use default SVM support music, select the number. Otherwise, make sure you
record the sound file first. The next step is to assign the sound file to a SVM port.
For example, if you record sound file 5025 you would associate 25 with a specific
SVM port, e.g. 225. This will dedicate the port for use only as MOH and remove it
from group 519. Now 225 will show up as a valid music source in MMC 308, 309
and 408.
Each Music on Hold source assigned here requires one SVM port. SVM port is used
for VMMOH, it must be disabled before boot up since SVM and the iDCS 100 use
port 1 during boot up to exchange critical information. For this reason we suggest
you use the last port as VMMOH ports.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
HOLD
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
Used to delete an entry
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 748
Display shows
SET VMMOH
209: NOT USED
2. Press UP or DOWN to select SVM port.
SET VMMOH
215: NOT USED
3. Move cursor to next field. Press UP or
DOWN to select sound file.
SET VMMOH
215: 25
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4. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
NOT USED
RELATED ITEMS: NONE
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MMC: 749
VM IN/OUT
DESCRIPTION:
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Plug in Voice Mail Card.
This MMC is used to assign each Voice Mail Port as used for incoming, outgoing or
both way calls. Note that this MMC must support outgoing calls if off premises
notification (beeper, outbound follow me of outbound notification) is used.
PROGRAM KEYS
UP & DOWN
KEYPAD
SPK
Used to scroll through options
Used to enter selections
Used to store data and advance to next MMC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press TRSF 749
Display shows
VM IN/OUT
209: IN/OUT
2. Enter the Voice Mail port number.
OR
Press UP or DOWN to select SVM port.
VM IN/OUT
215: IN/OUT
3. Enter the selections.
OR
Press UP or DOWN to scroll options.
VM IN/OUT
215: MOH
4. Press TRSF button to store and exit
OR
Press SPK button to store and advance to
next MMC
DEFAULT DATA:
IN/OUT
RELATED ITEMS: NONE