Vertical DXP Plus Programming instructions

Digital Communications System
Programming Instructions
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Table Of Contents
1
Understanding General Programming Information
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Determining Your Equipment Needs
Connecting The PC To The DXP PZus
Installing The VMMI Software Program
Performing The Login Procedure
Loading The System Software
Using VMMI Software To Translate A DXP Database
Using VMMI Software To Archive And Restore The Database
Using VMMI Software To Perform The Board Configuration
Configuring The Windows Terminal Emulation
2
Reviewing General Programming Considerations
3
Understanding Keyboard And Terminal Definitions
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
Reviewing The Command Prompts And Error Reporting
4.1
4.2
5
Reviewing The Keyboard Definitions
Reviewing the Control Key Definitions
Reviewing The Terminal Mode Definitions
Reviewing The Command Prompts
Reporting Errors
Performing The Terminal Emulation Programming
5.1
Reviewing The Programming Progression
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Programming Sysfem Features
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
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Programming Sfafion Features
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
8
Programming Station Class Of Service Features
Programming Station Features
Square/Non-Square System (Button Mapping By Station)
Telephone Types (Phone Types)
Copy Model COS, Station, Button Map (Block Programming)
Programming Line Features
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
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Default Functional Programming
VDT Display Configurations (Terminal Setup)
Messaging
Serial Port (Serial Data Port Parameters)
Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce (SOHVA) Programming
Speed Dial Programming
System Clock (Time and Date)
System Timing
System Parameters
Paging Zones (Paging Programming)
Password Programming (Change Password)
Feature Renumbering
Programming The Tl Parameters
Line Programming
Line Group Programming
Copy Model Line (Block Programming, Line)
Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Support
Ground Start Line Support
Loop Start Line Support
Tie Line Support
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Programming
Programming Intercom Numbers
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
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Modifying Intercom Numbers
Adding Intercom Numbers
Removing Intercom Numbers
Renumbering Intercom Numbers
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Programming Call Costing and Station MessageRetail Accounting and Reports (SMDABMDR Programmingj
10.1 SMDAKMDR Parameters
10.2 SMDA Reports
10.3 Account Codes (Forced, With Positive Verification)
10.4 Emergency Numbers
10.5 Authorization Code
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Programming Toll Restriction
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
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Enabling Automatic Route Selection
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
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Toll Restriction Example 1
Toll Restriction Example 2
Toll Restriction Flow Diagram
Restriction Level Programming
Toll Groups Programming
Restricted Numbers Programming
Exception Number Programming
Automatic Route Selection Diagram
ARS Enable
Line Groups for ARS
Route Tables (ARS
Costing Information (ARS)
Automatic Route Selection For Speed Dial Numbers
Selecting Sys tern Printouts (Printer Interface)
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Programming For Peripheral Devices
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
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Caller ID Programming
Tracker Paging System Programming
Digital Voice Announce Programming
PC Attendant Position Programming
Voice Mail Programming
Modem Setup
Configuring The System’s Board Layout
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
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Understanding The Board Configuration Feature
Examining The Board Status
Adding Boards To The System
Deleting Boards From The System
Moving Boards Within The System
Understanding General
Programming Information
I.0
Determining Your Equipment Needs
Program the DXP Plus digital communications system from a personal computer (PC) that meets the
following requirements:
l Intel* 80386SX-33 processor (minimum requirement),
l four megabytes of random access memory (minimum requirement),
l 3.5-inch floppy disk drive,
l hard drive with at least 80 megabytes of storage capacity,
l available g-pin or 25-pin serial data port (required for communications with DXP Plus),
l mouse that is supported by Microsoft** Windows software (optional but highly recommended for
Microsoft* * Windows operation),
l dual-scan, active-matrix color monitor (highly recommended-VGA monochrome acceptable),
l Microsoft** Windows, version 3.11 or later,
l Microsoft** MS-DOS operating system, version 3.1 or later.
You will also need Comdial’s Visual Man Machine Interface (VMMI) programming software disk and
the operating system software disk for the DXP Plus.
* Intel Corporation,, Santa Clara, California
** Microsof Corporation, Redmond, Washington
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1.1
Connecting The PC To The DXP Plus
Connect the serial data port of the PC to the maintenance port of the DXP Plus central processor (CPU)
board. The maintenance port is a dedicated serial data port reserved exclusively for system
programming.
You can connect the PC remotely to the DXP Plus using a modem and a telephone line. The DXP Phs
includes its own modem that someone on site can connect between the CPU board’s modem port and an
outside telephone line.
NOTE: Do not perform a system software upgrade through a modem connection.
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2. Some data devices require
CTS signal for proper
operation. Route to device
as needed.
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1.2
Installing The VMMI Software Program
The VMMI software is your entry to the DXP Plus system. Before you can login to the system, you
must first load the VMMI software into your PC’s memory. When installing the VMMI software, your
PC need not be connected to the DXP Plus.
1. Turn on your PC and load your Windows software.
2. Insert the VMMI software disk in your computer’s floppy disk drive.
3. From the Windows Program Manager screen, select the File pull-down menu.
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From the File pull-down menu, select Run..
5. At the Run window, type A:install, and OK your entry.
6. The install window gives a default file location to receive the program; however, you can enter a
different file location if you wish. OK the default file location or your new entry.
7. The install window gives a default location of the VMMI software disk; however, if you have
installed the disk in a different drive enter that location. OK the default location or your new entry.
The status window appears on the screen and the program loads automatically.
8. When the status window shows the install to be complete, OK the install.
9. The Windows Program Manager screen shows the DXP Plus group icon. Select this icon and
double click your left mouse button.
10. The Windows Program Manager screen shows the VMMI icon. Select this icon and double click
your left mouse button. The computer runs the installed VMMI software program.
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1.3
Performing The Login Procedure
Once you have loaded the VMMI software using the Section 1.2 discussion, you can login to the system
by performing the following procedure.
1.
Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
Select the VMMI program from the Windows Program Manager screen
3.
From the VMMI window, select the DXP pull-down menu.
4. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Login.
5. From the Login window, select the login mode:
6. From the login menu, select the communications port that your PC uses to communicate with the
DXP Plus. If you are operating remotely through a Hayes*-compatible modem, respond to the
modem prompt and enter the system requested information.
*Hayes is a registered trademark of Hayes Microcomputer Products
7. From the port window, select the serial data parameters that matches the requirements for the DXP
Plus. Remember, the DXP Plus reserves the central processor board’s maintenance serial data port
for PC connection. The default parameters for this port are as follows:
9600,
Baud Rate In
Baud Rate Out 9600,
Data Bits
8,
Stop Bits
19
None,
Parity Bits
None.
Flow Control
However, Comdial engineers recommend that you use a baud rate of 19.2 kilobaud to speed up the
data transfer process. You can exit the VMMI program and use the Windows terminal emulation
programming to reprogram the serial data parameters of the maintenance port to this faster baud
rate (see Sections 1.8, 5.0, and 6.4 for details).
8.
If you use the Windows terminal emulation program to set the data parameters of the maintenance
port, return to the VMMI program when you are finished, and repeat steps 3-7.
9. When you finish selecting the serial data parameters, OK your choices to return to the DXP Plus
pull-down menu.
10. In the DXP pull-down menu, type th,: appropriate password. The system defaults all passwords to
I’lic746++; however, you can customize the passwords during programming if you wish.
11. After you finish the login requirements, OK your choices. The system responds by presenting its
serial number at the bottom of the VMMI window for your reference and shows an on-line message.
12. Proceed with your programming needs by pulling down the appropriate menu and making a
selection.
NOTE: If, for some reason, the system does not complete the login procedure, check your cable connections,
verify your serial data settings, and repeat the login procedure.
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1.4
ReLoading Or Up-Grading The System Software
The DXP Plus includes system software when it ships from the factory. At initial system installation,
you do not need to load the system software to make the system operational. Should you need to later
reload the system software (for software up-grade purposes for example), you can do so using the
supplied system software disk. Use Windows File Manager or MS-DOS commands to save the disk’s
information from your computer’s floppy drive to its hard drive. Having the software on your
computer’s hard drive allows the data to load into the DXP Plus memory much quicker than it would
from the computer’s floppy disk drive.
To load the system software information, your PC must be connected to the DXP Plus (see Section 1.1).
1. Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
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Select the VMMI program from the Windows menu screen.
3. From the VMMI window, select the DXP pull-down menu.
4.
If you have not previously archived the system data base, do so now.
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a. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Archive Database.
b. Choose a memory storage location for the archive operation to use and OK your choice. Since
the data base can be quite large, you should chose a location on your computer’s hard drive to
ensure that you have enough memory to store the data base.
c. The system automatically archives its data base and prompts you to OK the action.
d. OK the archive and return to the DXP pull-down menu.
5. From the DXP pull-down menu, select the System Software Upgrade.
6. Note the on-screen prompt information, and OK to continue.
7. The system automatically takes itself out of service and makes a backup of its data base.
8. Note the on-screen prompt information, and OK to continue.
9.
Choose the location where the new software data resides (select disk drive, directory, and file), and
OK your choice.
10. The DXP Plus loads the software data, reloads its data base that it previously backed up (see step 7),
resets itself, places itself back in service, and logs out of the software upgrade feature.
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1.5
Using VMMI Software To Translate A DXP Database
You can use the VMMI software to translate the database residing in a DXP to a format that is
compatible with the DXP Plus, and load that database into the DXP Plus system. While translating data,
your PC need not be connected to the DXP Plus.
Before you translate a DXP database, determine the revision level of the DXP system software. If the
DXP system software revision is 8.A or later, you can translate the database without first taking any
other action. However, if the DXP software revision is e
t use an 8.A or later
revision of the PCMMI program to upgrade that da
it. If you do not have
ial bulletin board service.
this version of the PCMMI program, you can down
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communications software program and a data modem
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Upgrading The DXP Data Base .*’ =---I ’
When a DXP contains system software that is at a revision level earlier than 8.A, you must upgrade that
DXP’s database before you can translate it into a DXP Plus database. To do this, employ an XMODEM
data communications program to store the database on a magnetic diskette or on your computer’s hard
drive. Then employ a revision 8.A or later PCMMI program (obtainable from Comdial’s bulletin board
service) to restore the database and save it to a new file. Restoring the database with this revision 8.A or
later PCMMI program upgrades the database so that it will translate into a DXP Plus database.
Remember, the saved database includes the following data: system information, station parameters, line
parameters, toll restriction and automatic route selection parameters, and system speed dial numbers but
does not include the SMDA/SMDR records. If you need these SMDA/SMDR records, you must make a
printout of them before you perform the database storage. This is necessary because this procedure does
not record the stored records and they will be lost.
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Saving the DXP Dafabase
NOTE: This programming procedure details steps that one follows when using the communications software
program known as PROCOMM (produced by Datastorm Technologies). If you are using a different
communications software, your steps may be different.
1.
Connect your PC to the DXP, and take the necessary steps to establish communications between the
PC and the DXP.
2
At the banner screen, type the password (default password is: 1%746+K).
3.
Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
4. From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
5. From the system menu, select save/restore database menu and press ENTER.
6. Type the item number for save database and press ENTER.
7.
Press the page-down button.
8. Type the prompted number to choose XMODEM protocol.
9.
Install a formatted diskette in the PC’s floppy disk drive or determine a directory location on the
PC’s hard drive. Use this diskette or hard drive directory space as the original DXP database storage
area.
10. Type a DOS file name of your choice for the database storage file, and press ENTER. Database save
is automatic; however, depending upon the baud rate, the down load may take 5-25 minutes.
Restoring The DXP Database
1.
Load the revision 8.A or later PCMMI program (that you obtained from the Comdial bulletin board
service) into your PC, and start the program.
2.
If the saved DXP database is on a diskette, install the diskette in your PC floppy disk drive.
3.
Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
4.
From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
5.
From the system menu, select save/restore database menu and press ENTER.
6.
Type the item number for restore database and press ENTER,
7. Type the path location and the DOS file name for the saved database and press ENTER. Database
restore is automatic. When finished, the system displays the message: transfer complete, no errors.
8.
Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4 and 5.
9. Type the item number for restore database and press ENTER,
10. Type a path location and DOS file name of your choice for the restored database and press ENTER.
Database restore is automatic. (If you choose the same file name as the saved database, the system
will ask you to comfirm the overwrite of the current file.)
This restored database is the upgrade version that you translate into a DXP Plus database.
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1.5.2
Translating The DXP Data Base
1.
Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
Select the VMMI program from the Windows menu screen.
3.
From the VMMI window, select the FILE pull-down menu.
4. From the File pull-down menu, select Open. System default conditions cause the VMMI program to
search for all *.DXP files in the VMMI directory; however, you may need to type the path location
and DOS file name of the DXP database that you wish to translate.
5. From the Open Data Base File window, select the database for translation, and OK your choice.
6.
Select a file location for the translated database and OK your selection The Select Board Type
window opens.
7.
Use the Select Board Type window to describe the board configuration of the DXP database that
you are translating.
(a) Make a record of the DXP’s physical board configuration. You can use the configuration record
that you recorded using IMI40-089, Configuring The DXP Hardware. Or you can create a
reference chart by entering product codes in the following table.
(b) Using your charted information, answer the prompts on the Select Board Type window. The
prompts first asks for all installed station boards beginning with the DXP’s left-most universal
slot in the main cabinet. The prompts then ask for all installed line boards beginning with the
DXP’s right-most slot in the main cabinet.
When a slot in the original DXP contains an auxiliary board, select the No Board response.
When the prompt asks for a station board but a line board occupies that slot in the original DXP,
select the No Board response.
When the prompt asks for a line board but a station board occupies that slot in the original DXP,
select the No Board response.
When you finish listing the board configuration, OK your selections.
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(c) The VMMI program presents a screen graphic that depicts the boards installed in a default
arrangement in the main and expansion cabinets of a DXP Plus system. The default arrangement
places station boards in ascending slot order beginning with slot 1 in the main cabinet; it places
line boards in descending slot order beginning with slot 30 in the lower expansion cabinet. The
VMMI program leaves a blank slot for any place that you answered a station or line board
prompt with a no board response
(d) Since your system may not include one or both expansion cabinets or you do not care for the
software arranged board layout, use your mouse to move the board images to the slots that you
would rather that they occupy. Make a record of these board locations so that you or your
installer can physically install the boards to match your plan.
DXP Plus Upper Expansion Cabinet
Universal Slot Designation
Enter Product Code
Of Installed Board
lO(132)/AUXl
11(132)/AUX2
15(1-32)
16(132)
17(132)
7
19(132)
20(132)
DXP Plus Main Cabinet
Universal Slot Designation
Enter Product Code
Of Installed Board
l( 132)/AUX
2(132)
3(132)
4(132)
6(132)
7(132)
8(1-32)
DXP Plus Lower Expansion Cabinet
Universal Slot Designation
Enter Product Code
Of Installed Board
21(132)/AUXl
22(1-32)IAUX2
25(1-32)
26(132)
27(132)
29(1-32)
30( l-32)
8.
From the File drop-down menu, select SAVE. The computer saves the translated DXP database to
the file that you named in step 6.
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1.6
Usin VMMI Software To Archive
And iiestore The Data Base
You can use the VMMI software to archive and restore the DXP Plus database. To archive and restore
data, your PC must be connected to the DXP Plus (see Smtion 1.1).
To archive a data base,
1. Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
Select the VMMI program from the Windows menu screen.
3. From the VMMI window, select the DXP pull-down menu.
4. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Login.
5. From the Login window, perform all login requirements, and OK your choices to return to the DXP
pull-down menu.
6. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Archive Database.
7.
8.
Choose a memory storage location for the archive operation to use and OK your choice. Since the
data base can be quite large, you should chose a location on your computer’s hard drive to ensure
that you have enough memory to store the data base.
The system automatically archives its data base and prompts you to OK the action.
To retrieve a data base,
1. Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
Select the VMMI program from the Windows menu screen.
3.
From the VMMI window, select the DXP pull-down menu.
4. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Login.
5. From the Login window, perform all login requirements, and OK your choices to return to the DXP
pull-down menu..
6. From the DXP pull-down menu, select Restore Database.
7.
Choose the memory storage location that contains an archived data base and OK your choice. Since
the data base can be quite large, you should chose a location on your compu’ier’s hard drive to
ensure that you have enough memory to store the data base.
8. The system automatically restores its data base and prompts you to OK the action
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Usin VMMI Software To Perform
The iioard Configuration
You can use the VMMI software to program the DXP Plus board configuration feature. To perform the
board configuration feature, your PC must be connected to the DXP Plus (see Section 1.1).
1. Turn on your PC and load the Windows software.
2.
Select the VMMI program from the Windows menu screen.
3. From the VMMI window, select the FILE pull-down menu.
4. From the File pull-down menu, select Open.
5. From the Open Data Base File window, select the DXP Plus database, and OK your choice. The
VMMI program presents a screen graphic that depicts the the DXP Plus boards installed in their
current configuration. If you do not care for the board layout, use your mouse to move the board
images to the slots that you would rather that they occupy. Make a record of these board locations
so that you or your installer can physically install the boards to match your plan.
6. From the File drop-down menu, select SAVE. The computer saves the rearranged board
configuration.
NOTE: If you need to add or delete circuit boards, use the programming procedure detailed in Section 15.
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1.6
Configuring The Windows Terminal Emulation
When configuring the terminal emulation program so that it can communicate with the DXP Plus, you
must arrange it to emulate either an ANSI standard, ANSI color, or WYSE 50 terminal Such emulations
provide full screen editing of database information
You must match the data configurations of the terminal emulation with those of the DXP Phs. The CPU
board provides a DIP switch that changes the DXP Plus data configuration to a fixed set of parameters.
You can match the terminal emulation to this fixed set of parameters and eliminate any configuration
guess work. When you set DIP switch 1 to its ON position, you fix the DXP Plus serial data ports to the
following parameters:
Parameter
Baud Rate In
Baud Rate Out
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Parity Bits
Flow Control
Maintenance Port
Modem Port
9600
9600
8
2400
2400
8
2
1
None
None
None
None
When you set the DIP switch to OFF, you can program the DXP PEus data port configuration to
different parameters.
Prepare the terminal emulation for communications by following the procedure detailed below.
1. From the Windows Program Manager, select the Accessories window.
2. From the accessories window, select Terminal.
3. From the Terminals window, select the Settings drop-down menu.
4. From the Settings menu, select Terminal Emulation.
5.
From the Terminal Emulation window, select DEC VT-100 (ANSI) and OK your selection.
6. From the Settings menu, select Communications.
7. From the Communications window, select the COM port that you are using between the PC and the
DXP Plus, and select serial data parameters that match the DXP Plus settings. When finished, OK
your selections.
8.
Press ENTER. The PC automatically communicates with the DXP Plus 0 The DXP Pkus responds to
the PC communications by returning the programming banner screen.
9.
Refer to Sections 5-15 in this manual for the terminal emulation programming procedures.
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Reviewing General
Programming Considerations
Since the programming procedure is menu driven, you should consider all of the following points.
l The menu presents a list of selections for your consideration. Each selection differs in content and
requires a different response.
l When you respond to each selection, it either causes the system to present a further breakdown of
selections or causes a particular programming action to take place.
l Menu lines prompt you for the required response and, where appropriate, will repeat prompts to
allow programming of more than one device without you having to make another menu selection.
l All of the menus operate in a similar manner. They differ in only the required response that you
must make.
l Some menus contain more than one page. On these menus, you can press and hold the CONTROL
key while you type the N key to display the next page (or type P to display the previous page).
l Each prompt requires a response followed by a Carriage Return (RETURN). A more common label
for this control on most PC keyboards is ENTER.
l Most menu responses usually consists of a one-, two-, or three-digit number or a string of numbers
(or alpha-numeric characters when programming names and messages). Successive entries are
separated by a space or a comma (n n n or n,nn,nnn) while blocks of numbers are indicated by
hyphen (n-nnn).
l Should programmers introduce a numbering conflict while renumbering a feature dialing code, the
system will prompt them to remove the conflict. They may have to renumber several features to
completely clear any conflicting numbers.
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3.1
Understanding Keyboard And
Terminal Definrtions
Reviewing The Keyboard Definitions
The following list describes the functional keys on the keyboard.
Use keys O-9 for selecting menu items, lines of data to edit, or
l Number keys:
for editing numeric prompts.
Use keys A-Z and a-z for entering string information such as
l Alphabetic keys:
names and messages. Always begin names of stations, lines, and
so forth with a letter or a space.
This key will return you to the previous command prompt and
l ESCAPE key:
cancel whatever input was in progress. This action may or may
not cause the previous screen to be redrawn depending on the
current mode. When you enter a change at most of the
programming menus, you must press the ESCAPE key and type
a y followed by the ENTER key to save the change.
Except for comma (which is a field delimiter), use the
l Punctuation and Symbol keys:
punctuation and symbols on the keyboard just as you use the
alphabetic keys.
Use this key to terminate the response to a command prompt or
l RETURN or ENTER key:
to end the editing of a data field.The system ignores a RETURN
without any preceding input except when you are editing
database information. During this operation, the RETURN key
moves the cursor to the next vertical editing position
The space bar steps through the choices for program selections
l SPACE BAR:
that provide multiple choices.
Use this key during table editing to position the cursor to the
l Tab Key:
next horizontal editing position.
This key will display any help available concerning the currently
l Question mark (?):
displayed screen.
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Reviewing The Control Key Definitionss
The following list describes the control key functions. Unless otherwise noted, control keys are valid
input at any time during programming.
This key will cancel the current mode or function and return you
0 Control C (C for Cancel):
to the last command prompt.
l Control E (E for Edit or Erase): Use this key to edit a selected field or entry. On “smart”
terminals, most fields will be automatically cleared when the
first character is entered. Some fields allow the you to add to
the current entry. On these types of fields, Control E will clear
the entry and position the cursor at the beginning of the field.
You can also use this key to erase a field that has blanks for
valid input such as an autodial number.
Use this key during table editing to position the cursor to the
0 Control I (I for Increment):
next horizontal editing position.
Use this key to switch to the next page of data for those database
l
Control N (N for Next):
items that fill more that one screen. There will always be an on
screen note when this key is valid.
This key is identical to the Control N key except that it displays
0 Control P (P for Previous):
the previous page of information.
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Control R (R for Redraw):
When you press this key the system will redraw the current
screen display. Usually, you use this key when the terminal
display is configured in brief mode.
This key will return you to the previous command prompt and
0 Control X (X for exit):
cancel whatever input was in progress. This action may or may
not cause the previous screen to be redrawn depending on the
current mode. When you enter a change at most of the
programming menus, you must press the ESCAPE key and type
a y followed by the ENTER key to save the change.
Use this key to stop printouts.
0 Control S (S for Stop):
Use this key to cancel whatever input was in progress and return
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Use this key to turn the entry field prompting on or off.
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Use this key to cause the system to send and receive data to an
ANSI style terminal
Use this key to cause the system to send and receive data to a
“dumb” terminal.
Use this key to cause the system to send and receive data to a
Wyse 50 compatible terminal.
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4.1
Reviewing The Command
Prompts and Error Reporting
Reviewing The Command Prompts
There are four different types of command prompts.
l Menu Selection Prompt: Use this prompt to make a menu selection. The system requires a numeric
input and displays the valid range of numbers in the prompt that corresponds to the number of menu
items displayed.
l Edit Line Prompt: Use this prompt on database editing screens to get to the desired line number to
be edited. The system requires a numeric input and displays the valid range of numbers in the
prompt that corresponds to the number of menu items displayed. A RETURN (ENTER) at this
prompt will automatically select the first item.
0 Station, Line or Class Of Service Prompt: Use this prompt to get to the particular item or items
that are to be edited. This prompt is waiting for numbers, a range of numbers, or names. You may
specify a single item or multiple items separated by commas, Select a range of items by entering
two numbers separated by a dash. The prompt shows the valid range of numbers but the system will
accept names. The system accepts an item as a name if the fast character is not a number. The
system displays the database information of each item one at a time for viewing or editing. When
you use the ESCAPE key to exit the database information screen, the system displays the next item
in the list. When you use CONTROL C to exit the screen, all list processing stops and the prompt
display returns. When you use CONTROL T to exit the screen, the system stops all list processing
and displays the top level menu.
l Multiple Choice Question Prompt: This type of prompt asks a specific question concerning the
current screen or function and shows the valid responses. Enter these responses as a single character
followed by a RETURN (ENTER).
4.2
Reporting Errors
Pressing unexpected keys (such as letters when only numbers are allowed) or entering an out-of-range
value at a prompt causes the keyboard alarm to sound. The system responds to other types of input
errors by displaying an error message on the screen as soon as it detects the error. If the system detects
a value-out-of-range error, and if the valid range is not currently shown in the display, the error message
includes the valid range of values for reference.
There is one circumstance for which the system does not report an entry error and this is when you are
listing items at a station, line or COS prompt. In this case, the system processes valid items in the list up
to the first invalid item that it encounters. It does not report the encountered invalid item as an error.
Command Prompts and Error Reports 4-1
Performing The Terminal
Emulation Programming
Once successfully entered, the programming mode causes your PC to display a welcoming menu. From the
welcoming menu, type I +k 7 4 6 % (note that you must type a Capital I ), and then press ENTER to display the
main programming menu.
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Note that the main menu shows the currently
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From the main programming menu, choose the type of programming that is required. Type the number of the
choice and press ENTER.
Main Menu
1. System
2. Stations
3. Lines
4. Intercom Numbers
5. SMDA / SMDR
6. Toll / ARS
7. Printouts
8. Diagnostics
9. Peripherals
10. Logout
Enter Selection (l-9):
Terminal Emulation Programming 5-7
5. I
Reviewing The Programming Progression
Program the system in the sequence
shown in the following flow diagram.
Determine system programmmg
parameters. Record them for future
reference.
From Windows, enter
terminal emulation modf
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DXP Plus programming
Perform MASTER CLEAR procedure.
(Initial installation procedure only! Thls action
initializes system prior to programming and clears
all memory.)
Perform SYSTEM CLOCK
procedure*. (Sets time
displayed at LCD
speakerphones to current
time.)
* Set the system clock even ifno
LCD speakerphones are used.
If analog telephones or consoles are employed, use
TELEPHONE TYPES procedure to identify
telephone types to station ports. If digital stations
are installed, they automatically identify themselves
to ports at power up; however, if they are not
installed until after power up,use TELEPHONE
TYPES procedure to identify them to the ports.
Program System, Line,
Station COS, and Station
Features in any order desired
and on an as needed basis.
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6. I
Default Functional Programming
6.1.1
Master Clear
Description.=
The master clear feature in an on-line procedure that returns the entire system to the default
operating parameters, clears all stored speed dial numbers, and clears any other custom
programming as well. The system takes 15 to 20 seconds to exercise a master clear command
depending upon the system size.
You can take one of three different master clear options.
With master clear mode 1 option, the system assumes a set of parameters that reflect a key
system arrangement. This means that multiline telephones, except logical station port 1 and 2,
receive direct line appearances in their button maps but have no group intercoms assigned to
their hunt lists. Logical station ports 1 and 2 have four group intercom numbers assigned to their
hunt lists and are button mapped accordingly.
With master clear mode 2 option, the system assumes a set of parameters that reflect a hybrid,
or PBX-like, system arrangement. This means that multiline telephones have no direct line
appearances in their button maps; however, they do have two unique group intercoms assigned
to their button maps and to their hunt lists.
With master clear mode 3 option, the system assumes a set of parameters, that does not map
any station buttons, assigns no group intercom access or personal intercom numbers to the
stations, and disables both zone and all-call paging features.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. Select master clear and press ENTER.
5. Type y or n (yes or no) to confirm master clear; press ENTER.
6. Select system default mode (1 = mode 1 9 2 = mode 2,3 = mode 3) and press ENTER.
You can only exercise the master clear when you enter the programming session with
the installer password; however, in a defaulted system, the administrator password is
the same as the installer password thus giving master clear privileges to the
administrator as well. Refer to Section 6.11 to customize the passwords.
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6.1.2
System Default
Description:
The system default sets the system configuration features to the default operating parameters.
When the system default is performed, certain programmed data, such as custom LCD messages
and system speed dial numbers, are lost.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select system and press ENTER.
5. Type y to confirm default or n to deny.
6.1.3
Class Of Service Default
Description:
There are 32 station class of service (COS) feature sets or grouping of features. Each set can
have differently configured features. This default programming returns one or all station COS
sets to the default configured parameters.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From the defaults menu, select station COS and press ENTER.
5. Type l-32 to enter class of service to be defaulted. Enter the
numbers for the COS sets to be defaulted (n,n,nn) or enter a range of numbers (n-nn).
6.1.4
Station Default
Description:
Each station can have individually configured operating features. The station default sets the
configuration of these features to the default parameters.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select stations and press ENTER.
5. Type intercom number or station name.
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6.1.5
Bufton Mar, Default
Description.=
Every programmable button at each telephone connected to the system provides line selection,
direct station selection, or other functions. Programming action for a particular station assigns a
function to each button Unique button function assignment, known as button mapping, at each
station is possible. This default erases all unique button function assignments and clears all
speed dial locations.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select button maps and press ENTER.
5. Type intercom number or station name.
6.1.6
Line Default
Description:
Each line can have individually configured operating conditions. The line default sets these
conditions to the default parameters.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select lines and press ENTER.
5. Type line port number (l-240) or name.
6. Enter the numbers for the lines to be defaulted (n,n,nn) or enter a range of numbers (n-nnn).
6.1.7
Tables Default
Description:
Various system-wide operating features depend upon tables of information to control their
parameters. These tables are programmable to let the features match a broad range of site
requirements. This table default procedure resets the following programmable tables to the
default conditions: SOHVA tables, toll restriction tables, ARS route tables, and modify digits
tables.
Remember, the system erases all programmed entries when you take this
defaulting action.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select tables and press ENTER.
5. Type y to confirm default or n to deny.
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6.1.8
DID Translation Table, Default
Description:
If you have programmed translation tables for DID use (Section 8.4.4), you can clear them with
this procedure.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select DID translation table and press ENTER.
5. Type DID table number (1-S) and press ENTER.
6. Repeat step 5 until finished.
7. Press ESCAPE to end.
6.1.9
Clear System Status Log
Description:
If you have enabled system status reporting (Section 6.9.6) at a station, you can turn off its
status light by using this procedure. Use the Section 13 procedure to view the status report
before turning off the light at the status reporting station.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select clear system status log and press ENTER.
5. Select system, Tl-El, or both and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE to end.
6.1.10
Voice Prompts/Programming, Default
Description:
If your system includes a Digial Voice Announcer (DVA), you can use the following procedure
to clear the voice messages, the translation digits, and the voice resource analysis report of all
existing information. Refer to Section 14.3.3 for the programming discussion about these
features.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select voice prompts/programming and press ENTER.
5. Type letter code for DVA feature to be defaulted.
6. Press ESCAPE to end.
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6.1.11
Software Reset
Description:
You can reset the system software with this procedure. Resetting the software aligns the
memory pointers and clears any erronous data from the memory locations. Resetting the
software is a memory housekeeping routine and does not default the programmed parameters.
Do not reset the system software while the system is in use. The resetting action will
disconnect all in-progress calls.
Programming;
6.1.12
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select software reset and press ENTER.
5. Press ESCAPE to end.
Onboard Software Upgrade
Description:
6.2
Comdial engineers currently reserve this feature for their internal use.
Terminal Setup (Display Configurations)
Description:
You must match the system to the type of terminal setup that you use for programming.
Programming:
1 1 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select terminal setup and press ENTER.
4. From terminal setup menu, type selection (l-4) for terminal choice.
5. Press SPACE bar to change or ENTER to maintain.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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6.3
Messaging
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LCD Messaging
Description:
This procedure enables a class of service messaging feature. It allows station users to set a
message at their stations that will be displayed on calling LCD speakerphones. You can use the
second part of this procedure to program the actual LCD messages. Alternately, The attendant
can program the LCD messages using procedures found in the attendant guide.
Also refer to Section 6.3.2.
Programming:
To enable feature for class of service,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu Type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
To program LCD Messages,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
4. From LCD messages menu, type selection (l-10) and press ENTER.
5. Type message and press ENTER. Message can be 16 characters long.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all messages. Press CONTROL N for more LCD message lines.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
Turn message on: press INTERCOM, dial + 02, then dial message code (01 through 30) #.
Turn Message off: press INTERCOM, dial # 02.
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6.3.2
Message Deposit (Response Messaging)
Description:
This procedure enables a class of service messaging feature that allows station users to call an
LCD speakerphone and arrange for a message to be left on its display. The message is for the
called party to read if she or he is unable to answer the caller. Refer to Section 6.3.1 for details
about programming the LCD messages that can be deposited. Also, you can use the procedure
detailed in Section 7.3 to assign a Response Message button to the telephone; however, users
can do this for themselves if they need the button.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
6.3.3
Message Waiting (Message Wait Originate)
Description:
When you enable this feature, a station user can dial a feature code to control the message
waiting light at another station.
Programming.=
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Turn message waiting light on: press INTERCOM, dial +k 3, dial extension number.
Turn message waiting light off: press INTERCOM, dial # 3, dial extension number.
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Serial Port (Serial Data Port Parameters)
Description:
The DXP Plus provides two serial data ports on the CPU board and dedicates them to PC-based
programming and the remote maintenance modem. You or your installer can add up to 16
additional serial data ports to the system for interfacing such items as open architecture
interface applications, PC attendant positions, and the SMDA data printer. Add these serial data
ports by installing communications cards on the services board, the expansion cabinet interface
board, and the main cabinet’s auxiliary board. Each of these boards will accept two
communications cards in its lower two slots.
The DXP Plus supports a maximum of 18 serial data ports. Serial data ports 1 and 2 are the
dedicated ports provided by the cpu board while communications cards provide the remaining
16 undedicated ports (serial data ports 3-18). The system designates serial data ports 3-18 to
specific locations as detailed in the following chart.
Serial data ports 3-10
Serial data ports 11-18
Lower two slots on the services board
Lower two slots on one of the three following locations:
- the interface board installed in expansion cabinet 1,
-the interface board installed in expansion cabinet 2,
-the auxiliary board installed in the main cabinet.
* The full compliment of 16 undedicated serial data ports requires four installed
communications cards.
There are programming actions that you take to provide serial data port operation. You must
match the data port number with the installation location that you choose for the
communications card. You can change the baud rates, data bits, stop bits, parity, and flow
control for each serial data port in the system to match the data device that you connect there.
The serial data parameters that you set using this procedure remain in effect until you reprogram
them. The settings will not change even if you perform a master clear of the system.
The maximum available serial data baud rate is dependent upon the location of the
communications card. For cards located on the services board, the maximum baud rate is 19200
baud. For cards located on the auxiliary board or on the interface boards, the maximum baud
rate is 9600 baud.
There are some limitations involved. If a device is transmitting / receiving from the DXP Plus
at a high rate, engineering sources recommend the use of a communications protocol (RTS /
CTS or XON / XOFF) to prevent buffer overrun and data loss.
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Matching Serial Data Port Numbers
To Communications Card Locations
Description:
You must take this programming action to match the serial data ports % l-18 with the
installation location that you choose for the communications cards.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for communications card board location
and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Setting Serial Data Port Parameters
Description:
You can change the baud rates, data bits, stop bits, parity, and flow control for each serial data
port in the system to match the data device that you connect there.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select serial ports and press ENTER.
From serial ports menu, type item number for main port, services port, or for auxiliary port
and press ENTER.
NOTE: The system will not respondfor services or auxiliary ifyou do not have communications
cards installed on the services or auxiliary boards
5. From serial port type menu, select the serial port number and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting
7. Press TAB for next parameter.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 for all parameters.
9. Press ENTER to accept settings.
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
12. Press ESCAPE to end.
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6.5
Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce
(SOHVA) Programming
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Busv On SOHVA
Description:
At default, the system returns a ring back tone to users who make SOHVA calls to busy
stations; however, this procedure allows you to arrange for telephone users to receive a busy
signal instead of the ring back tone. This feature lets non-LCD telephone users know that a
called station is busy.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
6.5.2
SOHVA Tone Bursts (SOHVA Beeps)
Description:
You can choose the number of tone bursts that each telephone user hears preceding a SOHVA
message to be from one to six.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for station and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Type choice (l-6) and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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SOHVA Groups
6.5.3
Description:
SOHVA calling groups control the pattern in which station ports receive and/or originate
SOHVA calls to one another. You must first form the SOHVA groups and then assign the
groups to individual stations.
Programming:
Form the SOHVA groups with this procedure.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select SOHVA table and press ENTER.
4. Type t, r, c to select transmit or receive group or to clear SOHVA table and press ENTER.
5. Type l-66 ENTER to select SOHVA group for programming.
6. Type SOHVA groups (1-16) to receive from or transmit to selected SOHVA group.
Enter the numbers for the groups to be assigned (n,n,nn) or enter a range of numbers
(for example, n-nn) to set.
7. Press ENTER and repeat steps 5 and 6.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
EXAMPLE: As illustrated in the following menu, programming action enables group 12 to
transmit to groups 3, 5 and 7. System default enables each group to transmit
and receive with itself and enables group 16 to transmit and receive with all groups.
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1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. Select SOHVA groups and press ENTER.
6. Type group number O-16 (n,n,nn or n-nn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Speed Dial Programming
6.6. I
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Description:
During speed dialing, it is sometimes necessary to have the system delay the sending of digits to
give host system switching equipment time to prepare to receive them. A pause, stored in the
speed dial number, provides this delay. This programming procedure determines the duration of
the pause. The person who stores the speed dial number must press the telephone’s HOLD
button at the point in the number digit sequence where he or she needs the pause (for example,
9-pause-18049782200).
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From timing menu, type appropriate line number and press ENTER
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.6.2
Speed Dial Groups
Description:
The system provides 500 system speed dial numbers. These numbers are divided into 50 groups
with 10 numbers available in each group. Assign none, one, or a range of groups (n-nn) to each
station class of service. Also refer to Section 6.6.4.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value (O-50) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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6.6.3
Speed Dial Sets
Description:
A speed dial set is a group of 10 speed dial locations. The system allocates one speed dial set to
each telephone as a default but you can allocate up to 10 sets to a telephone if you wish. When
a DSWBLF console is operated as a companion to a telephone, you can allocate speed dial sets
at the companion telephone that the system will then share with the console. The system
reserves one speed dial set for the telephone’s dial pad buttons O-9.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
6.6.4
System Speed Dial
Description:
Use this programming feature to provide a list of 500 speed dial numbers to all stations in the
system. Choose the prime line/last line used or designate the line or line group that the will be
automatically select for speed dialing. Store up to 32 digits including O-9, +Kc, #, Hookflash
signalling, and pauses. Also refer to Sections 6.6.2 and 12.6.
Beginning with software release 8.B, you can alternately choose the intercom to be
automatically selected for speed dialing. This enhancement allows you to store intercom
selection along with feature codes as speed dial numbers for true one-button access to features
(for example; store INTERCOM %l 1 and INTERCOM #l at two locations for system wide
availability to music on and music off). This enhancement will not accept WKW or ##746+# as
programming entries and it ignores any entered pauses or hookflashes.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select speed dials and press ENTER.
4. From speed dial menu, type item number to edit or press ENTER for line 1.
NOTE: Pressing ENTER causes the system to accept the entry and move the cursor vertically
one location downward. Pressing TAB causes the system to accept the entry and move
the cursor horizontally one location to the right. Pressing and holding CONTROL
while typing an E erases a number.
5. Press TAB to set cursor to preset column.
6. Press SPACE bar to choose prime/last (line), line, line group or ARS
7. Enter l-240 for line port, l-16 for line group, or leave as group 1 for ARS line to store
as prefix to speed dial number.
8. Press TAB for number entry column.
9. Type speed dial number (up to 32 digits of: O-9, %, #, P = pause, F = hookflash)
and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-9 for all speed dial numbers
11 .When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12.Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER,
Operation:
While on hook, dial + 100 through X 599.
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System Clock (Time and Date)
Description:
The system clock provides time and date information for display on LCD speakerphones and for
SMDRBMDA timing and reporting. You must set the correct time and date to allow the system
to operate properly.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
4. Type time in 24 hour format (hhxnm) using leading
zeros for entries less than 10 and then press ENTER.
5. Type date (mm-dd-yy) using leading zeros for entries less than 10 and press ENTER.
6.8
Sys tern Timing
6.8. I
Call Park Recall
Description:
A call that is left in a park orbit longer than the length of time that you program with this feature
will automatically return to a park recall condition at the parking station. Also refer to Section
7.1.6.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.2
Page Recall
Description:
This timing feature determines the amount of time that a Tracker page remains in a Tracker
page orbit before recalling to the paging station. Refer to Section 14.2 for complete Tracker
programming information.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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6.8.3
Camp-On Tone
Description:
Use this procedure to set the duration of the camp-on tone that the system sends to a busy
station. Also refer to Section 7.1.10.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. Form main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.4
DTMF Extended Dialing (Tone Length)
Description:
Use this programming feature to set the length of the DTMF tones. The system generates
DTMF tones of extended length when users take their telephones off-hook and then wait until
after the system sounds the extended dialing tone burst before they engage automatic dialing
(for example, press speed dial buttons or saved number redial button) at their stations. Also, if
analog telephone users take their telephones off-hook and then wait to begin manually dialing
until after the system sounds the extended dialing tone burst, the system will entend the length
of the manually dialed DTMF tones. After setting this extended DTMF tone length, you must
enable the feature’s use at each station where it is needed (Section 7.2.31).
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Timed Recall (Held And Transferred Calls)
Attendant Hold Recall
Description:
After a call has been on hold at an attendant station for a programmed length of time, the call
recalls to the attendant station. Use this procedure to set the amount of time before a held call
recalls at an attendant station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Hold Recall
Description:
After a call has been on hold at a station for a programmed length of time it recalls to the station
that placed it on hold. Use this procedure to set the amount of time before a held call recalls to a
station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Station Transfer Recall
Description:
After a transferred call has been waiting at a station for a programmed length of time it recalls
to the station that transferred it. Use this procedure to set the amount of time before a
transferred call recalls to a station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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6.8.6
Paging Access
Description:
If you have assigned a paging zone and given that zone access to external paging equipment
(Section 6.101) plus enabled paging transmit capability (see Section 6.10.3) at a station, that
station has access to external paging equipment. With this paging access procedure, you can set
the maximum length of time that a station can stay connected to the external paging equipment.
This timing setting also controls the amount of time a station can stay connected to the system
zone paging.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.7
Pause Time
Description:
During speed dialing, it is sometimes necessary to have the system delay the sending of digits to
give host system switching equipment time to prepare to receive them. A pause, stored in the
speed dial number, provides this delay. This programming procedure determines the duration of
the pause. The person who stores the speed dial number must press the telephone’s HOLD
button at the point in the number digit sequence where he or she needs the pause (for example,
g-pause-1 8049782200). See Section 6.7 for speed dial programming.
Programming:
1 s Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type appropriate line number and press ENTER
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER..
6.8.8
Recall/Flash
Description:
A station can generate either a line disconnect signal (recall) or a host system feature access
signal (flash) when its user presses the telephone’s TAP button Use this procedure to arrange
for either the recall or the flash signal.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Periodic Tone Time
Description:
After you enable the periodic warning tones that remind users to keep conversations short on
certain outside lines (Section 7.1.33), use this procedure to set how often that you wish the
periodic warning tones to occur
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Maximum Call Duration (Time)
Description:
After you enable the maximum call duration feature (Section 7. I .34), use this procedure to set
the cut off time.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.11
Internal lnterdigit Dialing
Description:
A timer starts running with the dialing of each digit during intercom number dialing. It also
starts running whenever the user accesses the intercom number path and does not dial any
digits. When the timer times out, the system returns the station to an idle state. Use this
procedure to set the intercom dialing timout period for the entire system.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing.
8. Press ENTER to end.
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6.8.12
Line-To-Line Connect Duration
Description:
After you have given a station the ability to set up an unsupervised conference between two
lines (Section ZI.37), you should use this procedure to set the maximum amount of time that an
unsupervised conference can continue between two lines. When the time out occurs, the system
recalls the station from where the user enabled the unsupervised conference.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.13
Camp-On/Automatic Call Back Ring
Description:
After you use Section 7. I.8 to enable a call waiting tone, use this procedure to set the duration
of the camp-on/automatic ringback ring that the system sounds when it returns a camp-on call to
the original station..
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. Form main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.14
Out Dial Delav Time
Description:
The system will wait for a programmed length of time before sending automatically dialed
numbers over an outside line. This delay gives the host system time to return dial tone before
the system begins dialing the number. Different host systems require different periods of time
between when a line is picked up and when dial tone is returned. Use this procedure to match
this system to your host system.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Authorization Code Timeout
Description:
Use the Section IO.5 procedure to enable the authorization code feature. Once a user uses the
authorization code to access his or her telephone features, those features remain in effect until
any idle time at the telephone exceeds the authorization code time-out period that you program
with this feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.16
IST Ring Timeout
Description:
Use this procedure to set the number of times that the system sends a ring signal to an
industry-standard telephone on a system-wide basis. Although the ringing stops at the
industry-standard telephone when the time-out occurs, the system continues to present the call
at the telephone for answering until the caller abandons it. See Section 7.2.35 for other IST
programming requirements.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.17
/ST DTMF Receiver Timeout
Description:
You can program the amount of time that the system waits to receive a DTMF tone from an
industry-standard telephone, after the user has lifted the telephone’s handset and before he or
she has pressed a dial pad digit. The system stops sending dial tone to the station and stops
waiting for DTMF dialing digits after this time-out occurs. If this happens, the user must hang
up the handset and lift it again to re-establish the dial tone. See Section 7.2.35 for other IST
programming requirements.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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6.8.18
/ST Flash Time
Description:
You can program the timed length of the signal that results when a user of an industry-standard
telephone presses and releases the telephone hookswitch (or presses the TAP button if available
on his or her telephone) on a system-wide basis. Often, a signal with a short time length
(typically 500-750 ms) serves to alert the system to receive a feature code (flash) while a signal
with a long time length (typically 1.5-2.0 set) serves to disconnect the line and re-establish dial
tone (recall). The value that you set with this procedure is the maximum value for recognizing a
flash from an industry-standard telephone. You can also set the minimum value for recognizing
a flash from an industry-standard telephone. See Section 7.2.35 for other IST programming
requirements.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for minimum flash time and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for minimum time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. Press ENTER to select maximum flash time line item.
7. Press SPACE bar for maximum time and press ENTER to accept setting.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.19
Voice Mail DTMF Tone
Description:
The system provides a means by which you can set the length of the DTMF tones that it
generates when a user dials a number from his or her telephone. Since the voice mail system
may require a different DTh4F tone length than that which you have provided for the
telephones, the system provides a means for you to set a separate DTMF tone length for voice
mail station ports. It defaults the length to 80 msec, but you can program other lengths as
needed. Refer to Section 15 for other voice mail programming requirements.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Pulse Dial lnterdiait Time
Description:
You can set the interdigit time between dial pulses when the system pulse-dials a number over a
line. The DXP Plus defaults this time to 150 msec. and provides a range of timing values
between 100 msec. and one sec. that you can set in either 50 or 100 msec. increments. Refer to
Section 8.1.9 to enable pulse dialing.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu,
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select timing and press ENTER,
4. From system timing menu type item number for feature and press ENTER,
5. Press SPACE bar to select desired time and press ENTER to select setting.
6. Press ESCAPE twice,
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.8.21
Pulse Dial Make/Pulse Dial Break (Pulse Dial Ratio)
Use this procedure to set the make/break ratio for rotary dial signalling to match rotary dial line
requirements. You can set the line make/break ratio for rotary dial (pulse dial) signalling in a
more flexible manner to match many different rotary dial line requirements. You can set the
make time and the break time independently in one msec. increments to any time from one to 99
msec. Refer to Section 8.1.8 to enable pulse dialing.
Description:
Programming: 1. Press CONTROL T for main menu,
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER,
4. From system timing menu, type item number for line pulse make and press ENTER.
5. Type desired time (l-99) and press ENTER,
6. From timing menu, type item number for line pulse break and press ENTER,
7. Type desired time (l-99) and press ENTER,
8. Press ESCAPE twice,
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER,
6.8.22
Dialing Complete
Description:
With systems operating with the E-l Digital Carrier Line Board feature, you must use this
timing feature to set the maximum amount of time that a user can wait between digits when he
or she is dialing a number. In the E-l operating enviroment, the central office system will not
wait indefinitely for the caller to completely dial a number. Refer to the central office
specifications for timing requirements.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu,
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select timing and press ENTER,
4. From system timing menu type item number for feature and press ENTER,
5. Press SPACE bar to select desired time and press ENTER to select setting.
6. Press ESCAPE twice,
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Svsfem Parameters
6.9. I
Svnchronized Rinuin~
Description:
The system can provide an audible distinction between internal and external call ringing when
needed. Enable or disable that feature with this programming procedure. When you enable this
feature, line call ringing sounds the same cadience as intercom calls. This feature does not apply
to direct inward dial lines (Section 8.4) and E&M lines (Section 8.7)*
Programming:
1 s Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select synchronized ringing.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
6.9.2
Automatic Attendant Immediate Transfer
Description:
You should choose the automatic attendant immediate transfer mode for voice mail transfers. It
allows the system to release the voice mail port as soon as someone answers the transferred call.
However, if you turn on the voice mail screen and confirm options (see the voice mail
programming manual for details), do not turn on this immediate transfer mode. Immediate
transfer is a system-wide parameter and affects all telephones in the system.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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A utomafic Roufe Selection (A RS Enable)
Description:
You can enable or disable automatic route selection on a system-wide basis. A defaulted
system has ARS disabled. Refer to Section 12 for other ARS programming details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select ARS feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR to toggle between enable and disable.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
6.9.4
Description:
Automatic Route Selection Dial Tone
You can select one of three ARS dial tones that you hear whenever you enter the ARS access
code.
0
0
0
Programming: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Dial Tone 1 - steady intercom dial tone (dual tones of 480 Hz + 620 Hz),
Dial Tone 2 - same as dial tone 1 only preceded by three short tones (200 ms on,
200 ms off)
Dial Tone 3 - steady similated central office ring back tone (dual tones of 440 Hz +
480 Hz).
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
Select ARS dial tone from the system parameters and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar to toggle between dial tone 1, dial tone 2, and dial tone 3.
When finished, press ENTER.
Press ESCAPE twice to end.
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Toll A RS Dialing Pause
Description:
To create toll restriction parameters for the system, program restricted numbers as entries in the
toll restriction table using programming details provided in Section 11.6. From that discussion,
learn about entering a pause as part of the restricted number’s digit string. Use the following
programming procedure to enable the system to accept that pause entry at the end of a restricted
number’s digit string.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6.9.6
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
From system parameters menu, select toll/ARS dialing pause and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
System Status Reporting
Description:
Use this procedure to enable system status reporting. If you enable status reporting, the system
will notify certain designated stations when system status conditions occur, and turn on an
status light at those stations. Refer to the Section 7.3 procedure to map a status light at a
telephone.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select system status reporting and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
When the status light turns on, use the Section 13 procedure to view status conditions, and then
use the Section 6.1.9 procedure to turn off the status light at the status reporting station.
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6.9.7
TI--El Siatus Reporting
Description:
Use the following instructions to enable the Tl--El status reporting feature. Use the Section
6.13.2 procedure to program the status reporting and alarm alarting parameters.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select Tl--El status reporting and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER
6.9.8
Major Alarm Alerting
Description:
Use the following instructions to enable the Tl--El alarm alerting feature. Use the Section
6.13.3 procedure to program the status reporting and alarm alarting parameters.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select major alarm reporting and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER
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Central Message Desk
Use this procedure to designate one station as the central message desk to take messages for
other system stations, control the message waiting light at those stations, and deliver messages
to their users upon request.
Description:
NOTE: Do not assign this feature to voice mail station ports since it activates only one port and
inhibits all other station ports from having message wait originate capability.
Programming:
6.9. IO
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select central message desk and press ENTER.
5. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for desired station
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
/ST Ringing Per Phase
Description:
While the installer typically connects one industry-standard telephone per IST station port, he or
she can connect two industry-standard telephones per IST station port; however, they will share
the same assigned intercom number. When he or she installs one telephone per port, you must
set the IST ringing per phase feature to 32. When the installer places two telephones at any IST
station port, you must change the IST ringing per phase feature to 8. A setting of 32 allows up
to 48 industry-standard telephones per cabinet (main cabinet and expansion cabinet) to ring
simultaneously. A setting of 16 reduces this simultaneous ringing total to 24 telephones per
cabinet. This programming selection is on a system-wide basis. See Section 7.2.35 for other
industry-standard telephone programming features.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters menu, and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ESCAPE once.
6. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.9.11
/ST Ringing Patterns (Ring Mode)
Description:
You can program the ringing pattern for either IST ring mode one or IST ring mode two. Mode
one causes a two-second ring phase while mode two causes a shorter one second ring phase.
For this feature to function properly, insure that the industry-standard telephone interface board
contains firmware revision 2C or higher
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. Select IST ring mode from the system parameters and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar to toggle between mode 1 (default) and mode 2.
6. When finished, press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice to end.
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/ST Ring Frequency
Description:
The system will allow you to set a ring frequency of 25 Hz for international applications or set a
ring frequency of 21 Hz for domestic applications. Choose a setting that matches the ring
frequency of the installed ring generator.
Programming:
1.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6.9.13
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
Select IST ring frequency from the system parameters and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar to toggle between choices of 21 Hz and 25 Hz.
When finished, press ENTER.
Press ESCAPE twice to end.
Operator Station
Description:
You can designate the station that you want to ring when system users dial the operator. Usually
this station is an attendant position station; however, the operator station can be any station in
the system. In other words, the operator station does not have to be an attendant position station
(Section 7.2.30) if you do not want it to be one.
You can change the code that users dial to call the operator. You can change this code from a
default of 0 to the dialing code of your choice.
Programming:
To designate the operator station, use the following procedure:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select feature and press ENTER.
5. Type personal intercom number for station and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
To change the operator dialing code, use the following procedure:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select feature renumbering and press ENTER.
4. From feature renumbering menu, select user feature menu and press ENTER
5. From user feature menu, type item number for operator access and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to clear current code and type new code
(type up to four digits-nnnn) and press ENTER.
NOTE: The number block 5040-5999 is unassigned at default. Use it for code renumbering.
piiiaq
If a number conflict exists between the new code that you need to assign and one that
is currently in use, the system will prompt you to remove the conflict. Before
responding to this prompt with a y (yes), be sure that doing so will not disturb other
programmed features. If is possible to enter a situation where you must make several
renumbering changes to completely resolve a number conflict.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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Line Disconnect Automatic Camp-On
Description:
If a user at a current station selects a line that a previous station has released from busy but the
system has not yet returned to idle, the system arranges for the current station to camp-on to the
line before the system makes the line idle. After the system makes the line idle, it immediately
connects the camped-on station to the line. With this feature disabled, a station can not select a
line until after the system has returned the line to idle. Refer to Section 8.1.10 to set the time
that the system waits before it makes a line idle after a station releases it from busy.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Automatic Station Relocation
Description:
The system will automatically recognize a particular station should someone relocate it to a
different station port. After being installed at a new port location, a relocated station will
provide the same class of service parameters and station features that it provided at its original
port location. Also, the relocated station will respond to the same personal intercom number that
it responded to at its original port location. A relocated station prompts the user to take action to
either accept its original programming or accept the programming at the new port. If the user
takes no action, the station assumes the parameters and personal intercom number that is
determined by the Section 6.9.16 programming procedure.
Consider these following points when you enable station relocation:
ti If someone does a station relocation, you must save the database programming to make
the relocation permanent (Section 1.6).
/ This relocation feature only applies to digital telephones.
4 Users must ensure that the vacated port remains unused until they complete a relocation
If someone connects a telephone to the vacated port before users complete a
relocation, the relocated telephone will not retain its original programming.
d When the user accept the original programming for the new port, the vacated port assumes
the programming currently assigned to the new port (that is, a parameter exchange takes
place between the vacated port and the new port).
4 If a DSS/ElLF console was assigned to the telephone at its original location, the console
assignment follows the telephone to the new location even though the console is no longer
located physically near the telephone. If you relocate the console, you must connect it to the
desired staion port and use the Section 7.4 and Section 7.2.26 procedures to program it
for use at the new port.
(/ The relocation feature also applies to relocated digital telephone boards, however, the
installer must ensure that the vacated port remains unused until the relocation is complete.
All stations connected to the relocated circuit board show the relocation prompt.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2, From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
For LCD speakerphone with interactive buttons,
- relocate telephone and note Keep Yes /No display,
- press YES to keep original programming or press NO to default the station parameters.
For LCD speakerphone without interactive buttons,
- relocate telephone and note Keep display and flashing HOLD light,
- press HOLD to keep original programming or press # to default station parameters.
For Non-LCD telephones,
- relocate telephone and note flashing HOLD light,
- press HOLD to keep original programming or press #to default station parameters.
For all digital telephone types,
- relocate telephone and take no action for 10 seconds,
- relocated telephone assumes parameters determined by Section 6.9.16 programming.
Remember, station relocation only works with digital telphones.
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Defaulf Relocaiion Response
Description:
When someone relocates a digital telephone from one station port to another port, the relocated
telephone prompts the user to take action to determine the station parameters. The user can
either accept the parameters from the station’s original port or accept those from the new port.
He or she has 10 seconds to make the choice. If the user takes no action, the station assumes the
parameters determined by this programming procedure. If you set the programming choice to
YES, the station assumes the parameters from the original station port. If you set the
programming choice to NO, the station assumes the parameters from the new port.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.9.17
Ring Back Tone
Description:
By default, when callers call an intercom party, they receive an intercom ring back tone to tell
them that the called intercom station is ringing. Also, when callers call over the CO line, they
receive a CO-style ring back tone to tell them that the distant CO telephone is ringing. Some
system users find intercom ring back tone confusing. If you encounter this situation with your
users, you can take this programming action to assign CO-style ring back tone to intercom calls.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for ring back tone and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
Tone 1 = intercom ring back tone
Tone 2 = CO-style ring back tone
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Day I, Day2, and Night Ringing Begin and End Times
Description:
With this programming procedure, set the begin and end times of the day 1, day 2, and night
ringing time periods. Also refer to Section 7.2.13 for related flexible ringing assignment
programming.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select day 1, day 2 or night ringing begin or end times
and press ENTER.
5. Type times in 24-hour format (hhmrn) and press ENTER.
6. Press ENTER (repeatedly if needed) to place cursor at next time desired setting.
7. Repeat step 5 and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all times are set and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Services DTMF Highway
Description:
The DXP Plus system allows the use of on-premise industry-standard telephones. To support
the DTMF dialing of these industry standard telephones, the services board provides on-board
DTMF receiver circuitry. This circuitry supports dialing of one industry-standard telephone at a
time. If you intend to support a population of industry-standard telephones that will generate a
large volume of outgoing call traffic, you must install one or more DTMF receiver cards to
provide additional DTMF receivers for the telephones. You have three choices as to where to
install DTMF receiver cards.
1. One card to top position on the services board.
2. Up to three cards to each expansion cabinet’s interface boards
3. Up to four cards on an auxiliary board
You can add two additional cards to the lower two positions on the services board and use this
programming action to enable their use. If you add these two cards and take this programming
action, you can only add one card to the lower cabinet interface board instead of the three cards
normally allowed there.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
6.9.20
Serial Ports II-18 Select
Description:
The communications card provides serial data ports for interfacing such items as open
architecture interface applications, PC attendant positions, and the SMDA data printer. You can
install up to two communications cards in the lower card slots on the services board, the
expansion cabinet interface boards, and the main cabinet’s auxiliary board. You can make up to
16 serial data ports available by installing communications cards in every possible location.
You must take this programming action to match the port number of these serial data ports
(11-18) with the installation location that you choose for the communications cards. Also refer
to Section 6.4.2 for instructions for programming the serial data port parameters
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for serial ports 1 l-18 select
and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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6.10
Paging Programming (Paging Zones)
6.10.1
Zone Programming
(Zone Names, Transmit Stations, Receive Stations)
Description:
Use this programming procedure to arrange stations to transmit and receive voice
announcements, to and from a particular group of stations or to all stations in the system. Also
use this procedure to assign names to paging zones when a site requires named zones.
Programming:
To place stations in paging zones and name the zones, use the following procedure.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From systems menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
4. From paging zones menu, select zone programming and press ENTER.
5. Enter zone number (l-8) and press ENTER.
6. From zone programming menu, type item number for zone name and press ENTER.
7. Type name (up to 16 character) and press ENTER.
8. From zone paging menu, type item number for transmit stations and press ENTER.
9. Press CONTROL E to edit station list, type a to add or r to remove and press ENTER.
10. Type station extensions (1001-1480) to add or remove them and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE.
12. Repeat steps 8-l 1 for receive stations and press ENTER.
13. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
14. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
15. Repeat steps 4-15 for each zone or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Press INTERCOM and dial 70 for zone 1 (all call) or dial 71-77 for zones 2-8.
6.10.2
Paging Access (Paging Access Time)
Description:
If you have assigned a paging zone and given that zone access to external paging equipment
(Section 6.10.1) plus enabled paging transmit capability (see Section 6.10.3) at a station, that
station has access to external paging equipment. With this paging access procedure, you can set
the maximum length of time that a station can stay connected to the external paging equipment.
This timing setting also controls the amount of time a station can stay connected to the system
zone paging.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Paging Transmit
Description:
Use this procedure to give a class of service of stations the ability to transmit voice
announcements to one or all other station monitor speakers. Also refer to Section 6.10.2.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
6.10.4
Paging Receive
Use this procedure to give a class of service of stations the ability to receive voice
announcements with the station monitor speaker.
Description:
Programming: 1.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6.10.5
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Meet Me Answer Page
Description:
When you enable this feature at a station, the station user can dial a code in response to an
all-call or zone page and meet the pager in a private conversation.
Programming:
l* Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Hear a page, press INTERCOM and dial 78.
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6.70.6
Relays (External Paging Equipment Control)
Description:
If your installer connects customer-supplied external paging equipment to the system’s external
paging port and that equipment requires external control, use this programming procedure to
assign a relay to control the paging equipment. Also refer to Section 6.10.9.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From systems menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
4. From paging zones menu, select zone programming and press ENTER.
5. Enter zone number (l-8) and press ENTER.
6. From zone programming menu, type item number for relays and press ENTER.
7. Type relay number (l-4,0 = none) and press ENTER.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-9 for each zone or press ESCAPE to end.
6.70.7
Relays (Line Answer From Any Station)
Description:
Assign one or more of the four relays located on the central processor board to track the ring
signal of any or all line ports. You can arrange for a relay to track the ringing of the direct,
delayed, day 1, day 2, or night ringing modes. Typically, installers wire these relays to control
loud bells or other external ringers. Users, upon hearing the external ringers, can dial feature
codes to answer the call that is ringing on the associated lines.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T to return to main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
4. From the paging zones menu, select relays and press ENTER.
5. From the relays menu, select relay l-4 and press ENTER.
6. From the relay n menu, type item number for ring type and press ENTER.
7. Press CONTROL E for edit menu.
8. From edit menu, type a to add or r to remove and press ENTER.
9. Type line port numbers l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn to add or remove
and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 6-9 for other ring types.
11. When finished press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
13. Repeat steps 5-12 for other relays.
14. Press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
dial 65 = relay 1, dial 66 = relay 2, dial 67 = relay 3, dial 68 = relay 4,
dial 69 = relays 1 through 4 (when programmed with ringing)
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Common Audible Ringer (Common Audible Ringer Inferface)
If your installer connects customer-supplied external paging equipment to the system’s external
paging port, use this programming procedure to arrange for that equipment to sound the ring
signal of any or all lines. You can arrange for it to track the ringing of the direct, delayed, day
1, day 2, or night ringing modes. Upon hearing the ringing over the external paging equipment,
the user can dial feature codes to answer the call that is ringing on the associated lines.
Description:
NOTE: You can assign the same ringing pattern to an unused and unconnected relay (Section
6.10.7) that you assign to the external paging equipment with the following procedure. If
you do this, station uSers can dial the call pick up codes associated with the assigned
relays to answer the calls that sound over the external paging equipment.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
4. From paging zones menu, select common audible ringer and press ENTER.
5. From common audible ringer menu, select ringing type and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add, r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number l-240 (n-nnn or n, nn, nnn) and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE once and repeat steps 5-7 for next ring type or press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
Directed call pickup = press INTERCOM % 4 then dial extension of ringing telephone
Group call pickup = INTERCOM # 4
Line pick up with relay assigned, press INTERCOM and dial relay code 66-68 or 69.
6.10.9
External Paging Port (External Paging Interface)
Description:
If your installer connects customer-supplied external paging equipment to the system’s external
paging port, use this programming procedure to assign the external paging port to a paging
zone. When users want to page through the external paging equipment they must dial the code
for the paging zone that you assign to the external paging port with this procedure.
Also refer to Section 6.10.6.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From systems menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
From paging zones menu, select zone programming and press ENTER.
Enter zone number (l-8) and press ENTER.
From zone programming menu, type item number for external paging port
and press ENTER.
7. Type 1 for yes or 0 for no and press ENTER.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-9 for each zone or press ESCAPE to end.
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Change Password (Password Programming)
You can use this programming procedure to change the program entry password for both the installer and the
administrator and change the main programming station entry code for the system manager and the attendant.
The default sequence for both the installer and the administrator password entries is: I %746 %.
You can change part or all of either or both of these passwords to a customized sequence of up to 15 digits and/or
letters. You can enter both upper and lower case letters if you desire but do keep in mind that the programmer
must enter the password later just as you program it here with the letters properly placed in either upper or lower
case. Thus, a new entry password could be as follows: nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn, or nnn, or just n (n = any number digit
or any letter - for example 12345678, or enter, or Jane, or lA, or any other combination that you pick.)
The default system manager station entry code is as follows: INTERCOM button, +#+ # 746 *.
You can change the default password portion of this station entry code (the 6 portion) to a custom value of up to
15 digits. Thus, a new station entry could be as follows: INTERCOM button, +K #74 nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn SC.
You can also change the feature code portion of the system manager station entry (the ##74 sequence). You
can change the feature code from 4#74 to a custom code of up to four digits (no letters allowed).
Thus, a new system manager entry could be as follows: INTERCOM button, nnnn 6 %.
Further, if you couple the allowed password change with the allowed feature code change, a system manager
station programming entry code could be as follows: INTERCOM button, nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn +K.
The default attendant station entry code is as follows: INTERCOM button, +# #0 %.
The feature code part of this entry is the +K#O sequence. You can change the feature code from the +I+#0 code to a
custom code of up to four digits (no letters allowed).
Thus, a new attendant entry could be as follows: INTERCOM button, nnnn %.
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6.11.1
Changing The Password
Description:
To change the password, follow this procedure.
Programming
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select change password and press ENTER.
4. Type a for administrator, i for installer, or s for station and press ENTER.
5. Type the current password and press ENTER.
6. Type the new password and press ENTER.
7. Retype the new password and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 to create other new passwords.
6.11.2
Changin The Feature Code
(System hianager And Attendant Station Entry Code)
Description:
To change the feature code follow this procedure.
Programing:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select feature renumbering and press ENTER.
4. From the feature renumbering menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, select row number for system manager or attendant
and press ENTER.
6. Type new feature code (up to four digits - can include # and %) and press ENTER.
NOTE: The new feature code must not conjlicf with existing dialing codes. Either choose a
diflerent feature code or use the programming procedure titled Feature Renumbering to
renumber any dialing codes that conflict.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to set the other entry code if needed.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Feature Renumbering
Description:
Dialing codes for user features are flexible so that you can renumber them. This may be
necessary if site requirements dictate that personal or group intercom numbers fall within a
certain block or sequence. Since new number assignments can not conflict with existing
number, the system provides a block of unassigned numbers that you can use for renumber
assignment. At default, the system assigns blocks of numbers in the following ranges:
1001-1480 = personal intercom,
4001-4480,5000-5039 = group intercom,
5040-5999 = unassigned,
600-899, f, # = feature codes
9 = line group 1
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select feature renumbering and press ENTER.
From feature renumbering menu, select feature catagory and press ENTER.
From feature catagory menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type new code and press ENTER.
NOTE: The number block of 504@5999 is unassigned at default. Use it for code renumbering.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
If a number conflict exists, the system will prompt you to remove the conflict. Before
responding to this prompt with a y (yes), be sure that doing so will not disturb other
programmed features that depend upon the removed extension number. It is possible
to create a situation where you must make several renumbering changes to completely
resolve a number conflict.
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6.13
Programming The T&-El Parameters
Description:
When the system is using the Tl--El option, you can program status and alarm alerting
parameters. Also, you can program the DXP Plus loss insertion that affects audio levels in the
individual Tl--El channels. The specific programming instructions for the Tl--El parameters
are shown int the followign list:
enable Tl--El status reporting and major alarm alerting,
0 program status log parameters,
0 program major alarm alerting parameters,
l assign system status button to station,
o print and clear the status log,
l program DXP Plus loss insertion.
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6.13. I
Enabling T&-El Status Reporting And Major Alarm Alerting
Description:
Use the following instructions to enable the Tl--El status reporting and major alarm alerting
features. Use the Section 6.13.2 and Section 6.13.3 procedures to program the status reporting
and alarm alarting parameters.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T to return to main menu
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From the system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
From the system parameters menu,
- select Tl--El status reporting, and press space bar to select enabled.
- select major alarm alerting and press space bar to select enabled
5. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
6. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE to end.
Relays (External Tl --El Alamo Reporting)
Description:
Assign one of the four relays located on the central processor board to alert system users if a
Tl--El alarm occurs. Typically, installers wire the relay to control loud bells or other external
ringers, but they can use visual devices if desired. Specified users, upon hearing this alarm, can
dial a feature code to turn off the alarm. Generally, you should use relays 24 for this purpose
since they are normally open. Because relay 1 is normally closed, you must use a specially
configured device when using this relay.
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T to return to main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select paging zones and press ENTER.
4. From the paging zones menu, select relays and press ENTER.
5. From the relays menu, select l-4 and press ENTER.
6. From the relay n menu, type item number for major alarm ring and press ENTER.
7. Press space bar to select options.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
IQ. Press ESCAPE to end.
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6.13.2
Programming The T&-El Siatus Log Parameters
Description:
Use the following instructions to program the Tl--El status log parameters.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.13.3
Press CONTROL T to return to main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From the system menu, select Tl--El status log parameters and press ENTER.
From the Tl--El status log parameters menu, select the row number for the
error type you want to program.The cursor will move to the threshold entry field
for that error type. Select any of the following threshold values:
0 = never log the alarm
1 = always log the alarm
(2 to 999) = check this number of alarm occurrences during the selected time period
and decide whether or not to log the alarm. (The maximum threshold for the bipolar
and CRC alarm trigger is 255.)
5. After making your entry for the alarm threshold, press ENTER to advance to the next
line in the threshold entry field, or press TAB to advance to the time period entry field.
6. With the cursor in the time period entry field, toggle through the choices using the
space bar.When the system displays the time period you want to use, press ENTER to
go to the next line in the time period entry field, or press TAB to advance to the next
line in the threshold entry field.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
Programming The Major Alarm Alerfing Parameters
Description:
Use the following instructions to program the audible alarms for the various Tl--El system
errors.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T to return to main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From the system menu, select major alarm alerting and press ENTER.
Select the error type you want to program. The cursor will move to the threshold entry field
for that error type. From the threshold entry field, select any of the following threshold values:
0 = never go to alert status
1 = go to alert status if the alarm is ever logged
2 to 999 = check this number of occurrences during the selected time period to decide whether
or not to elevate the alarm to alert status.
5. After making the alarm threshold entry, press ENTER to advance to the next line in the
threshold entry field, or press TAB to place the cursor in the time period entry field.
6. With the cursor in the time-period entry field, toggle through the choices using the
space bar. When the system displays the time period you want to use, press ENTER to go to
the next line in the time period entry field, or press TAB to advance to the next line in the
threshold entry field.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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6.13.4
Assigning A System Status Button To A Station
Description:
Use the following instructions to program a system status button
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.13.5
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select button mapping and press ENTER.
Type prime intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
(Screen presents current button map for review.)
5. Type first level button code (Ll-L25,0-9) and press ENTER.
6. Type mnemonic of feature (SYSST) and press ENTER
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Printing The Status Log
Description:
Use the following program to print a system status log, a TI--El status log, or both. This
program gives you the choice of printing the log to your VDT screen or a printer.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select printouts and press ENTER.
3. From printouts menu, select status log printout and press ENTER.
4. Type s for screen printout or p for hard copy printout through the SMDA/SMDR data printer
and press ENTER.
NOTE: Press CONTROL C to stop a printout to the VDT screen when
necessary. This action will not stop printout to a data printer.
5. When printout is finished, press ESCAPE to return to printouts menu.
6. Repeat steps 3-6 for next desired printout or press ESCAPE to end.
6.13.6
Clearing The Status Log
Description:
The following program allows you to clear either the system status log, the Tl--El status log, or
both.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select system and press ENTER.
5. From the system defaults menu, select clear status logs and observe prompt.
6. From prompt, select system status log, TIL--El status log or both.
7. Type y to confirm default or n to deny.
8. Press ESCAPE once to end the programming session.
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Pad Level-Transmit, Receive
(Gain And Attenuation Settings For Line Transmit And Receive)
Description:
This feature enhances the DXP Plus Tl--El digital carrier transmission option, the pad level
programming feature adjusts voice levels for both the transmit and receive circuits in the
individual channels.
The choices include: Gain 2, Gain 1, Nominal, Loss 1, Loss 2, Loss 3, Loss 4, and Loss 5.
These settings provide an approximate +6 to -15 dB range of choices. Starting at the nominal
setting, each gain level represents an approximate 3 dB amplification of the signal level from
the previous setting, and each loss level represents an approximate 3 dB attenuation of the
signal level from the previous setting. Because digital transmission does not lose volume level
as readily as analog transmission does, it is likely that the receive level may be noticeably
higher when using the Tl--El option. Therefore, you may need to select a low setting such as
Loss 2 for the voice level receive parameter when programming this feature for Tl--El lines
that are being used exclusively for voice transmission. Further, if you choose a setting to
increase the receive gain, you should carefully examine speakerphone operation. It is possible to
select a receive gain that will, under certain conditions, interfere with proper speakerphone
operation.
Programming:
1.
2
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
From line programming menu, type item number for pad level-transmit
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER for pad level-receive.
7. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
8. Press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 3-9 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
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Programming Class Of Service Features . . . . . . . . . 7.1
Programming Station Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2
Button Mapping by Station (Square/Non-Square System) 7.3
Phone Types (Telephone Types) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4
Copy Model COS, Station,
Button Map (Block Programming) . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5
When you program the station features, always per$orm the Telephone Types
procedure (Section 7.4) before you perform the Button Mapping procedure (Section 7.3).
NOTE:
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7.1.1
Description:
Programming Station Class Of Service Features
Account Codes (Forced with Positive Verification)
After you have enabled the account code feature for the system, set its parameters, and
programmed its list of account codes into the system (Section 10.3), use this procedure to turn
the feature on for a station class of service and make it either forced or optional. If you make it
a forced account code, the user must enter an account code before the system will let him or her
dial the number for an outgoing call. Also, on incoming calls a user must enter an account code
before the system will allow him or her to make any future outgoing calls. See Section 10.8 for
an exception to forced account code entry.
Programming: 1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for account code and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE.
8. Press CONTROL N as necessary to display line number for forced account code
and press ENTER.
9. Type item number for forced account code and press ENTER.
10. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
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7.1.2
Automaiic Hold
Automatic Hold On Intercom Number
Description:
The system automatically places a current inside call on hold when a station user presses an
intercom button or line button other than the one for the active call.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Automatic Hold On Lines
Description:
The system automatically places a current outside call on hold when a station user presses
another line or intercom button.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Station Features Programming 7-3
7.1.3
Background Music
Description:
Music or other supplied audio information is available at a station through the telephone speaker
and is turned on or off by the station user when he or she dials the appropriate codes. Use this
procedure to assign background music to stations.
The music or information source is external to the common equipment and is customer
supplied. The system will accept two music sources. You can use one source for this feature and
the other source for the music on hold feature (Section 7.1.20).
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press.ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Music source one: on = INTERCOM % 11
off = INTERCOM # 1
Music source two: on = INTERCOM X 12
off = INTERCOM # 1
7.1.4
Call Cost Display (Display Of Costed Calls)
Description:
If you have arranged for the system to employ call costing (Section 12.5), you can use this
procedure to arrange for an LCD speakerphone to display the cost of a call made from that
station.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.5
Call Forward
Call Forward Of All, Personal, Busy, or Ring-No Answer (RNA) Calls
Description:
Use this procedure to give users of an entire class of service of stations the ability to forward the
calls that they receive at their stations to another station for answering. This feature allows
these users to forward either all of the calls that their stations receive or just the calls they
receive on their prime line and personal intercom number. Further, it can limit them to
forwarding only the calls that their stations receive while it is busy or unattended (ring
no-answer calls). If you choose this last option you will have to arrange the call forwarding
default scheme at individual stations using the procedure in this section titled, Cull Forward
RNA, Ring (On) Busy (Enhanced Call Forwarding).
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Operation:
All calls: INTERCOM +k 52 plus extension
Personal: INTERCOM +k 5 1 plus extension
Cancel: INTERCOM # 5
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
From the COS programming menu, select the class of service to be programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type the item number
for the style of call forwarding that you wish to enable and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 5 and 6 for other call forwarding types to be enabled.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-9 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Call Forward RNA, Ring (On) Busy (Enhanced Call Forwarding)
Description:
The call forward feature allows a station user to choose to receive several rings for RNA calls
before the system forwards them. At default, the system immediately forwards calls that reach a
busy station. You can take this programming action to allow calls to a busy station to ring in a
subdued manner before they forward if the user chooses them to do so. This subdued ringing of
calls to a busy station requires an idle intercom number at the busy station. plus, if you have
assigned group intercoms to the station, you must program them into a hunt list, using the
Section 9.3.2 procedure, to ensure that this call forward feature will function properly.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER,
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable feature (“yes”) and press ENTER
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press-ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4-6 for other stations
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
All calls: INTERCOM # 54 plus extension
Personal: INTERCOM +k 52 plus extension
Cancel: INTERCOM # 5
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Call Forward, Default Forward Type (For Busy Or Ring-No Answer Calls)
Description:
Use this procedure to arrange the call forward default scheme for individual stations. With this
feature, the system will automatically forward ringing calls to another station after a preset
number of rings. Since this is an automatic forwarding of the calls, the station users do not
have to take any action; however, any user-enabled call forwarding that they do take at
their stations will override this automatic call forwarding.
This procedure determines answers for the following questions: can busy/RNA call forwarding
take place at a station, to what intercom number will calls be forwarded to, and what type of
calls will the system forward?
You must also program the number of rings that must occur before this automatic call
forwarding can take place (Ring No-Answer Rings, Section 7.2.13).
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable feature(choose yes) and press ENTER for
ITCM FWD To menu.
7. From the ITCM FWD To menu, type intercom number to receive forwarded calls
and press ENTER for FWD Type.
8. Press SPACE BAR to enable either personal calls or all calls and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Recall Call Forward
Description:
When you enable this feature for a station, any held, parked, and transferred calls that recall to a
station while it is busy on another call follow the call forwarding path set up for that station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu. type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable feature (choose yes) feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Call Forward Outside
This is a planned feature that is not currently available.
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7.1.6
Call Park
Call Park Access
Description:
Access to call park enables the station user to place as many as nine calls in park zones, or
orbits, where they are retrievable by all system users.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS prog.ramming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Park call: INTERCOM ?ic 91 through % 99 (for orbits 91-99)
Pick up parked call: INTERCOM # 9 1 through # 99.
Call Park Recall
Description:
A call that is left in a park orbit longer than the length of time that you program with this feature
will automatically return to a hold recall condition at the parking station.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Call Pick-LJD
Call Pick- Up, Enable
Description:
A station user can dial a code plus an intercom number of a ringing or on-hold station to answer
the ringing call or to pick up a held call at that station. Turn this call pick-up feature on for a
station class of service using this procedure. Remember, you must also assign this class of
service to the station that you wish to have this feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM +K 4 then dial intercom number of ringing or on hold station
Call Pick-Up Group
Description:
Use this procedure to place a number of stations in a call pick-up group so that one station can
answer a call ringing at any other station in the group.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value for feature (l-16 = groups l-16,0 = no group) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM # 4
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7.1.6
Call Waiting (Tone)
Description:
Use this procedure to provide a station with the ability to send a tone signal to a busy called
station Also, refer to Section 7.1.10 to enable basic camp-on ability at a station.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5 D From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.9
Tracker Access
Description:
Assign tracker access to a particular station intercom or group of intercoms using the following
class of service (COS) programming. (The default is yes for COS 1 and COS32.) Refer to
Section 14.2 for further Tracker programming.
Programming:
1 s Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select Stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS Programming and press ENTER.
4. From COS programming, type class (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS (class number) programming, select Tracker Access.
6. Toggle the SPACE bar to select yes/no and press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
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Camp-On Programming
Camp-On Originate, Camp-On Receive (Camp-On/Call Back)
Description:
If a busy tone or a ring no-answer is encountered when one station calls another, the calling
station user can initiate a camp-on to the busy station and wait for it to become idle or initiate an
automatic callback when the called station becomes available. Use this procedure to enable
camp on/call back for a class of service of stations. Also, use the Section 7.1.8 procedure to
enable a call waiting tone, and use the camp-on tone procedure shown below to set the duration
of the camp-on/automatic callback ring and the duration of a camp-on tone that the system
sends to a busy station.
Programming:
To arrange for station to initiate and receive camp-on to another station.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for camp-on initiate and press ENTER.
6. From COS programming menu, type item number for camp-on receive and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Camp-On/Automatic Call Back Ring
Description:
After you use Section 7.1.8 to enable a call waiting tone, use this procedure to set the duration
of the camp-on/automatic ringback ring that the system sounds when it returns a camp-on call to
the original station..
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. Form main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Camp-On Tone (Tone Duration)
Description:
Use this procedure to set the duration of the camp-on tone that the system sends to a busy
station.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. Form main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Do Not Disturb Programming
Do Not Disturb Inhibit
Description:
This feature prevents a station from entering the do-not-disturb mode of operation.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Do Not Disturb Override
Description:
This feature allows a station to override a do-not-disturb condition at another station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Make intercom call, hear DND tones, dial +# 03
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Exclusive Hold
Description:
When you enable this feature, it prevents a telephone user at one station from picking up a call
that someone placed on hold at another station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing
and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.13
Executive Override Programming
Executive Override (Enable or Disable)
Description:
You can program a class of stations so its users have the ability to override a busy or a do not
disturb condition at other stations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Make intercom call, hear DND tones, dial ;ic 03
Executive Override Block
Description:
Use this procedure to arrange a station class of service that blocks executive overrides.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER..
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Idle Line Programming
Idle Line Preference
Description:
With you enable this feature, a station automatically connects to an idle line when the user lifts
the telephone’s handset.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. Fro COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Idle Line Priority
Description:
If you use idle line preference programming to give a station the ability to automatically
connect to an idle assigned line when the user takes the handset off-hook, take this
programming action to set the priority in which the system chooses the idle lines for use. You
can place up to eight lines in this priority list.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type any eight line numbers l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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/ST Distinctive Ringing
Description:
An industry-standard telephone can sound one ring cadence for intercom calls and a different
ring cadence for outside calls or it can sound the same ring cadence for both types of calls. You
must select one of these ringing styles on a station class of service basis. All industry-standard
telephones with the same class of service have the same ringing style. See Section 7.2.35 for
other industry-standard telephone programming requirements.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service assigned
to the IST and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number for IST distinctive ringing
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.16
LCD Messaging
Description:
This procedure enables a class of service messaging feature. It allows station users to set a
message at their stations that will be displayed on calling LCD speakerphones. You can use the
second part of this procedure to program the actual LCD messages. Alternately, The attendant
can program the LCD messages using procedures found in the attendant guide.
Also refer to Section 6.3.2.
Programming:
To enable feature for class of service,
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu Type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
To program LCD Messages,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
4. From LCD messages menu, type selection (l-10) and press ENTER.
5. Type message and press ENTER. Message can be 16 characters long.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all messages. Press CONTROL N for more LCD message lines.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Meet Me Answer Page
Description:
When you enable this feature at a station, its user can dial a code in response to an all-call or
zone page and meet the pager in a private conversation.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Press INTERCOM and dial 78.
7.1.18
Message Deposit (Response Messaging)
Description:
This procedure enables a class of service messaging feature that allows station users to call an
LCD speakerphone and arrange for a message to be left on its display. The message is for the
called party to read if she or he is unable to answer the caller. Refer to Section 6.3.1 for details
about programming the LCD messages that can be deposited. Also, you can use the procedure
detailed in Section 7.3 to assign a Response Message button to the telephone; however, users
can do this for themselves if they need the button
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Message Wait Originate (Message Waiting)
Description:
When you enable this feature, a station user can dial a feature code to control the message
waiting light at another station
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Turn messagewaiting light on: press INTERCOM, dial f 3.
Turn messagewaiting light off: press INTERCOM, dial # 3.
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Music On Intercom Hold (Music Or Tone On Hold)
Description:
With this feature enabled, the system supplies music, tone bursts or other audio information to
callers while they are on hold. The music or information source is external to the common
equipment and is customer supplied. Since the system accepts two music sources, you can use
one source for this feature and the other source for the background music feature discussed in
Section 7.1.3.
When the system supplies tone bursts to callers while they are on hold, it sounds two .l second
long tone bursts separated by a 0.1 second interval of silence. It repeats this tone burst sequence
every 5 seconds.
Programming:
For intercom number,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
For lines,
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 4-7 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
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Paging Receive
Description:
Use this procedure to give a class of service of stations the ability to receive voice
announcements with the station handset and monitor speaker. For other paging requirements,
refer to Section 6.10.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.22
Paging Transmit
Description:
Use this procedure to give a class of service of stations the ability to transmit voice
announcements to one or all other station handsets and monitor speakers. For other paging
requirements, refer to Section 6.ZO. Also refer to paging access, Section 6.8.6.
Programming:
‘I. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Ringing Preference (Ringing Line Preference)
Description:
When you enable this feature, a station can automatically connect to a ringing line when a user
takes his or her telephone off-hook. Refer to Section 7.2. I3 for other ringing considerations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.24
Day Route Access/Night Route Access
Description:
You must use Section 12.4 to build and assign automatic route selection (ARS) route tables
before the system can perform ARS on a dialed number. Each of the six routes of a route table
require a route access level of 1 to 4. ARS uses this route access level to determine if the
dialing station has access to dial out on the route. It does this by comparing a station’s route
access level to the required dial out access level. If the station route access level is greater than
or equal to the route access level that you assign to the route, the system allows the station to
access the route. Otherwise, the system will not accept the dialed number, and sounds an error
at the station’s speaker or handset. The route access level allows some stations to gain access
to the more costly routes in a route table while denying it to others. Just as you program each
route from least to most costly, you must also arrange the station’s route access level to increase
from a low level to a high level. This is necessary because once the system denies access
because of the access level, it will not try another route. The more costly the route is, the higher
the access level needed to access it.
Use the following programming procedure to assign a route access level of 1 to 4 to a station
class of service for both day and night operation.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for day route access and press ENTER.
6. Type l-4 for restriction level.
7. Press ENTER for night route access level, and type l-4 for restriction level.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Day Restriction Level/Night Restriction Level
Description:
Use restriction level programming (Section 11.4) to create as many as eight different toll calling
categories based on the freedom to dial various numbers or the restriction from dialing them.
You can assign one of eight different restriction (1-8) levels or assign an “‘allow all” level or a
“‘deny all” level. Level 8 is the least restrictive from a station viewpoint but the most restrictive
from a restriction table viewpoint. (For example, a station with a restriction of 8 is only
restricted from dialing “always deny” numbers and it can dial numbers with restriction levels of
l-8. A station with a restriction level of l-7 cannot dial a number with a toll restriction table
entry of 8.) The “allow all” entry ensures that the system applies no dialing restriction to a
number (example: 91 I). The “deny all” ensures that station user can never a number (example:
l-900).
Use the follwing procedure to ssign a restriction level to a station class of service. Program the
restriction level value that accurately reflects the toll restriction dialing freedom expected by
telephones with this class of service.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for day restriction level
and press ENTER.
6. Type l-8 for restriction level.
7. Press ENTER for night restriction level, and type l-8 for restriction level.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end,
?I. 1.26
System Speed Dial Groups
Description:
The system provides 500 system speed dial numbers. These numbers are divided into 20 groups
with 10 numbers available in each group. Assign none, one, or a range of groups (n - nn) to each
station class of service. Refer to Section 6.6 for additional speed dial considerations.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value (l-20) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
While on hook, dial O-9 or press other speed dial buttons.
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Station Monitoring
Description:
When you enable this feature, the busy lamp field (BLF) light of an associated direct station
select select (DSS) button provides a visual indication of idle, busy, and ringing status of the
station it represents. A station user can press this DSS button to make a one-button pick-up of a
ringing station. When you disable this feature, the BLF shows only idle and busy conditions of
the DSS station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.28
Directed Station Hold
Description:
This feature, when enabled, allows station users to pick up the last call a user placed on hold at
another station. This feature does not allow users to pick up exclusive hold calls or calls that are
in the process of being transferred. Also, the feature does not allow users to send a directed call
hold to a station where its user is scanning the currently held calls. In addition, this feature
allows users to place a call on hold at another station and have this call appear to be the one that
has been on hold there for the longest time. Features such as hold recall apply to the station that
sent the directed call hold and not to the station that received the directed call hold.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
Directed Hold:
Directed Pickup:
INTERCOM +K 90 then dial intercom number of destination station
INTERCOM # 90 then dial intercom number of station where call is on hold
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Remote Station Disable
Description:
The remote station disable feature, when enabled, allows users at stations with the proper class
of service to dial a code and remotely disable or enable another station. Normally, you should
give this capability to the system attendant but you can assign it to any class of service that is
appropriate.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER,
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8, Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
DisableStation:
Enable Station:
7.1.30
INTERCOM % 05, then dial intercom number of station
INTERCOM # 05, then dial intercom number of station
Remote Day Exception Number/Night Exception Number
Description:
A DISA caller may have access to an outside line where the toll restriction is based on the
DISA authorization code that is associated with a particular class of service. Remote day and
night exception numbers allow DISA callers to dial numbers that their toll restriction normally
prevents them from dialing. If a toll restriction table exception number matches one of the
exception numbers that you assign using this procedure, the DISA caller is allowed to dial the
number.
The exception number values that you can assign are 1 through 32 and NONE. You can assign
32 exception numbers to each DISA class of service. You also must assign one exception
number to each toll restriction table line entry (Section II. 7). Refer to Se&ion 8.8 for complete
DISA programming details.
Programming:
1 B Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for day exception number
and press ENTER.
6. Type day exception number (O-32) (n, nn, n-nn, or 0 for none) and press ENTER.
7. Repeat step 6 for night exception number.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Line Answer
Description:
This feature provides station access to a line for call answering purposes for an entire class of
service of stations. Also refer to Section 7.1.32. You must turn on both that feature and this one
for a line to be fully usable.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.1.32
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add, r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) to be removed or added
and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Line Originafe
Description:
This feature provides station access to a line for call originating purposes for an entire class of
service of stations. Also refer to Section 7.1.31. Both that feature and this one must be turned on
for a line to be fully usable.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add, r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port l-240 ( n, nn,nnn or n-nnn) to be removed or added and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.33
Periodic Line Tone
Description:
This when enabled, provides periodic warning tones to station users while they are busy on
certain lines. The warning tone consists of one 500 ms burst, a 100 ms off period, and one100
ms burst. The tone reminds the users to keep their conversations short on these lines. You can
enable this feature for a class of service of telephones and then specify the particular lines that
you deem applicable. Further, you can select how often the tone sounds. Also refer to Section
7.1.34 for a related feature.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7, Type a for add, r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port l-240 (n, nn,nnn or n-nnn) to be removed or added and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Periodic Line Tone Time
Description:
After you enable the periodic warning tones that remind users to lceep conversations short on
certain outside lines, use this procedure to set how often that you wish the periodic warning
tones to occur
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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7.1.34
Maximum Call Duration
Description:
The system provides the maximum call duration feature. This feature, when enabled,
automatically cuts off calls on certain lines after a preprogrammed time. The system will not cut
off calls made to an emergency number (Section 10.4). The system sounds a warning tone at the
busy station 10 seconds before it disconnects the call. The warning tone consists of one 800 ms
burst followed by eight 100 ms bursts. Also refer to Section 7.1.33 for a related feature.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add, r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port l-240 (n, nn,nnn or n-nnn) to be removed or added and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Maximum Call Duration Time
Description:
After you enable the maximum call duration feature, use this procedure to set the cut off time.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select systems and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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7.7.35
Line Group Access
Description:
Use this procedure to give a station access to line groups. Refer to Section 8.2 for other line
group considerations.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type line groups (l-16,0 = none, type as n,n,nn or n-nn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
7.1.36
Line Group Queue
Description:
Use this procedure to give a station the ability to queue for an idle line in a line group. Refer to
Section 8.2 for other line group considerations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
6. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.37
Line-To-Line Transfer (Unsupervised Conference)
Description:
This programming feature gives a station the ability to set up an unsupervised conference
between two lines.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Line-To-Line Connect Duration
Description:
After you have given a station the ability to set up an unsupervised conference between two
lines, use this procedure to set the maximum amount of time that an unsupervised conference
can continue between two lines. When the time out occurs, the system recalls the station from
where the user enabled the unsupervised conference.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Voice Announce Block
7.1.36
Description:
When you enable this programming feature a station has the ability to block voice announced
internal signalling when its user dials the proper code.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
On: INTERCOM +t+ 2
Off: INTERCOM # 2
7.1.39
Infernal /ST Hash
Description:
Programming:
If industry-standard telephone users access an outside line using the line group feature and then
quickly press and release (flash) the telephone’s hookswitch, the IST will react in one of two
different ways depending upon how you program this feature. Refer to Section 72.35 for other
IST programming considerations.
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With this feature disabled, IST users can flash the hookswitch while on an outside line and
generate a hookflash signal on the outside line; however, they cannot flash the hookswitch
to obtain an intercom dial tone. The Section 7.2.35 procedure sets the hookflash signal time.
This time determines whether the IST hookflash signal is long enough to recall the outside
line dial tone or short enough to access the outside line features. Refer to the CO
specifications for actual requirements.
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With this feature enabled, IST users can flash the hookswitch while on an outside line and
obtain intercom dial tone; however, they must dial + 08 after they flash the hookswitch if
they need to generate a hookflash signal on the outside line.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, seIect COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service assigned
to the IST and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number for IST distinctive ringing
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.40
Forced Account Codes
Description:
After you have enabled the account code feature for the system, set its parameters, and
programmed its list of account codes into the system, turn the feature on for a station class of
service and make it either forced or optional. If you make it a forced account code, the user
must enter an account code before the system will let him or her dial the number for an outgoing
call. Also, on incoming calls a user must enter an account code before the system will allow
him or her to make any future outgoing calls. See Section 10.3 for other account code
programming considerations and to Section 10.4 for an exception to forced account code entry.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for account code and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE.
8. Press CONTROL N as necessary to display line number for forced account code
and press ENTER.
9. Type item number for forced account code and press ENTER.
10. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
7.1.41
Allow Busy Display (Display Of Busy Status)
Description
When you activate this feature, users calling a busy station from an LCD speakerphone can read
the busy status of the called station on the telephone’s display. (for example, Busy with line 2).
With the feature inactive, the display shows busy but does not reveal the busy status.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.42
Clear Major Alarm Ring
Description:
This feature allows users to clear the major alarm ring condition from a telephone station. To
make this feature available to users, you must first program a class of service as described
below and then assign that class of service to the user’s telelphone station.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Operation
Clear major alarm ring condition: INTERCOM #90
9.1.43
Handset Volume On impacf Telephones
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
From COS programming menu, type CTRL-N to get to the page with the selection for
clearing the major alarm ring.
6. Select clear major alarm ring and press ENTER.
7. Press SPACE bar to toggle between yes or no.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE to end.
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Description:
You can program the handset volume feature on Impact telephones to offer the station user
more choices in selecting the handset volume level locally from his or her telephone. Normally,
users have up to 8 volume levels that they can select. However, when you program the high
level, the user’s handset volume choices increase to 13.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4,
5.
Operation:
While on a call, press VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN once for each change of volume.
To set loudness default to a certain level,
- lift handset,
- adjust loudness using VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN,
- press INTERCOM and dial +#7,
- hang up.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
From COS programming menu, type CTRL-N to get to the page with the selection for high
level handset volume.
6. Select high level handset volume and press ENTER.
7. Press SPACE bar to toggle between yes or no.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1.44
Restrict A RS Hookflash
(Automatic Route Selection, Hookflash Restriction)
Description:
This feature enhances ARS response to hookflash action on an outside line when that action is
followed by dialed digits. With the feature enabled, the system delays response to a hookswitch
flash until after the ARS feature verifies as valid all subsequent dialed digits. With the feature
disabled, the system sends the hookflash over the line without waiting for the ARS feature to
verify the validity of subsequent dialed digits. This station class of service feature is applicable
only when the ARS feature is active.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.1.45
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service
that you wish to modify and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number that corresponds with
Restrict ARS Hookflash and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
Quick Transfer
Description:
The quick transfer feature allows users to perform an automatic screened or unscreened transfer
of an incoming line call without pressing their telephone’s TRANSKNF button. The transfer
occurs automatically as soon as the user who answers the call dials the intercom number or
access code for the transfer location. The system begins the call transfer process as soon as the
user dials a digit on his or her dial pad, and effects the transfer as soon as the user hangs up or
presses his or her telephone’s RELEASE button. When this feature is active, it greatly reduces
the keystrokes that users must take to transfer calls over a tie line.
Programming:
1e
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service
that you wish to modify and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number that corresponds with
Quick Transfer and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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7.1‘46
Description:
Enhanced LCD Display
Take this programming action to enhance the display of an LCD-equipped telephone so that it
shows both the name of the calling station and its personal intercom number.
Programming: 1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service
that you wish to modify and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number that corresponds with
Enhanced LCD Display and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
-7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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Programming Station Features
7.2.1
Personal lnfercom Number
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Description:
Use this programming procedure to change the station’s personal intercom number.
Also refer to Section 9. I.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for personal intercom and press ENTER.
6. Type personal intercom number and press ENTER. The system indicates if a number
conflict exists and prompts you to select another number or take appropriate action.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.2
Display Name (Station Name)
Description:
You can assign a display name and a full name to a station. A display name is composed of a
maximum of seven characters and shows in the display of an LCD speakerphone as a
identification aid. A full name is composed of a maximum of 20 characters and shows in some
voice mail and open architecture interface applications. You can compose a valid name from
any alpha-numeric character; however, the first character of a display name must be an
alphabetic character.
You can also add station names by following the procedure described in Section 9. I.
Programming:
To assign a name to a station,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for display name and press ENTER.
6. Type display name (a-z, A-Z, O-9, punctuation, special characters, and so forth)
and press ENTER.
A display name can be up to seven characters long.
7. Type full name (a-z, A-Z, O-9, punctuation, special characters, and so forth)
and press ENTER.
A full name can be up to 20 characters long.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station that requires a name or press ESCAPE to end.
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Class Of Service
7.2.3
Description:
You can assign a group of preprogrammed class of service station features to a station. The
system makes up to 32 different classes of service available, and you can program the feature
values differently in each one.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.4
Si2eed Dial Sets
Description:
A speed dial set is a group of 10 speed dial locations. The system allocates three speed dial sets
to each telephone as a default but you can allocate up to 10 sets to a telephone if you wish.
When a DSS5LF console is operated as a companion to a telephone, you can allocate speed
dial sets at the companion telephone that the system will then share with the console. The
system reserves one speed dial set for the telephone’s dial pad buttons &9. For other speed dial
considerations, see Section 6.6.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value for feature and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Idle Line Prioritv
Description:
If you use Section 7.1.14 to give a station the ability to automatically connect to an idle assigned
line when the user takes the handset off-hook, take this programming action to set the priority in
which the system chooses the idle lines for use. You can place up to eight lines in this priority
list.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type any eight line numbers l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.6
Intercom Hunt List
Description:
Place personal intercom and group intercom numbers in a list with this programming procedure.
Calls to a busy hunt list number will search the list for an idle number at which to ring. Up to
eight intercom numbers are allowed in a hunt list. These can be all group intercom numbers or
one personal intercom number and seven group intercom numbers. See Section 9 for other
intercom number considerations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number of station being programmed and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type intercom numbers for list (up to eight allowed separated with commas - include the
personal intercom of station being programmed for intercom call hunting; otherwise,
only line calls to the station will hunt) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Station Features Programming 7-35
7.2.7
Group Intercom Access
Description:
Use this procedure to add group intercom numbers to stations for their use. Also refer to
Section 7.3 to map buttons for group intercom number selection. See Section 9 for other
intercom number considerations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
7. Type group intercom numbers ( type nnnn,nnnn, nnnn or type nnnn-nnnn)
and press ENTER.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE three times.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
IO. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Prime Line Programming
Prime Line Type
Description:
When you enable this feature, the station automatically selects a line, line group, or intercom
number for use when the station user takes the station off hook. Use the programming
procedures shown below to select the line port, line group, or intercom number to serve as the
prime station calling interface.
NOTE: You can create an intercom hot line telephone by taking special programming action
when you assign a prime intercom number. Refer to the paragraph titled Prime
Intercom Number in this sectionfor details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for desired value and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Prime Line
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the prime line.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or station name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. From prime line menu, type l-240 press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Prime Line Group
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the prime line group.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or station name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, select prime line group and press ENTER.
6. From prime line group menu, type 1-16 and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Prime Intercom Number
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the prime intercom number.
NOTE: You can create an intercom hot line telephone by assigning one telephone’s personal
intercom number as the prime intercom of another telephone. When the user takes this
programmed telephone ojf hook, it automatically calls the other telephone.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or station name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. From prime intercom menu, type personal intercom number and press ENTER.
NOTE: Remember, with this step, you can create an intercom hot line by typing a personal
intercom number of another telephone.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Tone Or Voice Signalling (Tone First)
7.2.9
Description:
Intercom calls are either tone or voice signalled as a first choice with the other mode available
as a second choice. Use this procedure to select the first choice in intercom signalling on a per
station basis.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature value and press ENTER,
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2. IO
Call Announce Beeps (Call Announce Tone Bursts)
Description:
You can set the number of call announce tone bursts to be a value of from one to five and you
can do this for each station in the system.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name
for station you wish to program and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type choice (l-5) and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Z2. II
Default Forward Type
Description:
Use this procedure to arrange the call forward default scheme for individual stations. With this
feature, the system will automatically forward ringing calls to another station after a preset
number of rings. Since this is an automatic forwarding of the calls, the station users do not have
to take any action; however, any user-enabled call forwarding (Section 7.1.5) that they take at
their stations will override this automatic call forwarding. This procedure determines whether or
not intercom busy/RNA call forwarding can take place at a station. You must also program the
number of rings that must occur before this automatic call forwarding can take place (Section
7.2.13). For additonal call forwarding considerations, see Se&on 71.5.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable feature (choose ITCM FWD) and press ENTER.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Intercom Number Forwarded To
Description:
Use this procedure to assign the intercom number of a station to receive another station’s
forwarded calls.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4, Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name
for station you wish to program and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type intercom number for forward to station and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Forward Type (For Busy Or Ring - No Answer Calls)
Description:
Use this procedure to arrange what type of calls will forward from the station. You must also
program the number of rings that must occur before this automatic call forwarding can take
place (Section 7.2.13).
Programming:
1 m Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable either personal calls or all calls and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end..
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Forward RNA Ring Busy (Enhanced Call Forwarding)
Description:
The call forward feature allows a station user to choose to receive several rings for RNA calls
before the system forwards them. At default, the system immediately forwards calls that reach a
busy station. You can take this programming action to allow calls to a busy station to ring in a
subdued manner before they forward if the user chooses them to do so. This subdued ringing of
calls to a busy station requires an idle intercom number at the busy station. Plus, if you have
assigned group intercoms to the station, you must program them into a hunt list, using the
Section 9.2.2 procedure, to ensure that this call forward feature will function properly at station.
Refer to Section 7.1.5 for other call forwarding considerations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR to enable feature (“yes’) and press ENTER
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4-6 for other stations
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Operation:
All calls: INTERCOM +k 54 plus extension
Personal: INTERCOM +K 52 plus extension
Cancel: INTERCOM # 5
Station Features Programming 7-41
7.2.13
Flexible Ringing Assignments
Program ringing assignments on a per station/per line/per intercom number basis. Ringing can be immediate,
delayed, or special purpose. Use the procedures in this section to customize the ringing features for the system. If
needed, use the Section 6.10.7 procedure to arrange for a relay to track the ringing of the direct, delayed, day 1,
day 2, or night ringing modes (use Section 6.9.18 to program these ringing modes). plus, if your installer connects
customer-supplied external paging equipment to the system’s external paging port, use the Section 6.10.9
procedure to arrange for that equipment to sound the ring signal of any or all lines.
Direct Ringing
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at a station as soon as a call
appears. Direct ringing sounds during the day 1 and day 2 time periods but does not ring during
the night ringing mode or during the manual night transfer (of ringing) operation.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type the item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E for edit.
7. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11 Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Delayed Ringing
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at a station after waiting a short
time period from when a call appears. Delayed ringing sounds during day 1, day 2 time periods,
during the night ringing mode, and during the manual night transfer (of ringing) operation.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
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Day 1 Ring
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at stations during the day 1
ringing mode time period. Refer to the paragraph below titled, Day 1, Day 2, and Night
Ringing Begin and End Times, to set the beginning and ending times of this ringing.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
7. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E to edit.
8. Type line port number l-240 (n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Day 2 Ring
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at stations during the day 2
ringing mode time period. Refer to the paragraph below titled, Day I, Day 2, and Night Ringing
Begin and End Times, to set the beginning and ending times of this ringing.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E to edit.
7. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Station Features Programming 7-43
Day 1, Day 2, And Night Ringing Begin And End Times
Description:
With this programming procedure, set the begin and end times of the day 1, day 2, and night
ringing time periods.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select day 1, day 2 or night ringing begin times
and press ENTER.
5. Type times in 24-hour format (hhmm) and press ENTER.
6. Press ENTER (repeatedly if needed) to place cursor at next time desired setting.
7. Repeat step 5 and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all times are set and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Night Ring (Night Transfer - Of Ringing)
Description:
Choose the line ports that you want to ring, along with the delayed ringing line ports, at stations
during the night ringing mode of operation. The ringing arrangement that you configure here is
the arrangement that is active both during the automatic night ringing time period and whenever
the attendant manually activates the night transfer (of ringing) operation. Do note that the
attendant commanded night ringing period supercedes the automatic night ringing period. Refer
to the above paragraph titled, Day I, Day 2, and Night Ringing Begin and End Times, %o set the
time for the automatic night ringing period.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11 0 Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
From an attendant station, On: INTERCOM % # 0 +K 031
Off: INTERCOM % ##0 & 032
7-44 Station Features Programming
Caller ID Ring No-Answer (RNA)
Description:
This feature offers telephone users the ability to review calls that ring at their stations while
they are away. The system stores caller ID RNA records and allows users to review them and
use one-button dialing to return those calls that need returning. The feature also denotes the
identification of the last station that reviewed the records thus helping prevent multiple call
backs to the same number. After users review the caller ID RNA records, the system deletes the
records from their telephones yet retains them in the SMDA storage so that they can look at
them later if they must. For complete caller ID programming, refer to Section 14.1.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for station
you wish to program and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E for edit table.
7. Type a to add or r to remove and press ENTER.
8. Enter caller ID line port numbers l-240 (enter n, nn, nnn or n-nnn) to serve feature
at this station and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Ring No-Answer Rings
Description:
This procedure sets the amount of rings that sound at one station port before the call rolls over
to ring at another station port. Any system feature that requires a ring no-answer value (for
example, call forwarding) uses the setting that you program here.
The system defaults the ring no-answer value at regular station ports to four rings, and it
defaults ports programmed to function as voice mail ports to three rings. This insure that, at
default, the voice mail equipment will have sufficient time to answer a call before it rolls over
to the next port.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type number of rings O-6 and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing
and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Station Features Programming 7-45
Personalized Ringing Tone
Description:
Program a station to ring in one of several distinctive tones for proprietary digital telephones
and in one of four distinctive tones for analog telephones. While industry-standard telephones
do not provide personalized ringing, you can set distinctive ringing for them using the Section
7.2.35 procedure.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type ring tone choice and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM +k +k 4 then dial ring code (l-8)
7.2.14
LCD Contrast (Digital Telephones - Only)
Description:
Adjust the intensity of the display on digital LCD speakerphones with this procedure. The user
can also change the display contrast at his or her telephone using instructions provided in the
system user’s guide.
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type l-8 and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM +k +& 5 l-58
7-46 Station Features Prcqamrnin$y
7.2.15
Service Observable (Service Observing)
This feature allows a station to enter an in-progress call in an unannounced, muted mode to monitor the
conversation Use this procedure to give a station service observe capability and make other stations available for
service observing.
Initiating Service Observe
Description:
Allow a station to perform a service observe operation.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature value and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM # 03 then dial the extension
Making A Station Service Observable
Description:
Allow a station to be service observed.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature value and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice,
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.2.16
DXP Pius Pfogfamming Instructions
Day Exception Number/Night Exception Number
Description:
Exception numbers allow stations to dial numbers that they are not normally allowed to dial by
their automatic route selection/toll restriction levels. If the toll restriction table exception
number matches one of the exception numbers that you assign to the station using the following
procedure, the station is allowed to dial the number.
The exception number values that you can assign are 1 through 32 and NONE. You can assign
32 exception numbers to each station. You also must assign one exception number to each toll
restriction table line entry (Section II. 7).
Programmirzg:
1e
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.2.17
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type intercom number or name of station.
From station programming menu, type item number for Day (or Night)
exception number.
6. Type exception numbers O-32 (n,nn or n-nn) or type 0 for none.
7. Press ENTER for Night (or Day) exception number and repeat step 6.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE to end.
SOHVA Beeps (SOHVA Tone Bursts)
Description:
You can choose the number of tone bursts that each telephone user hears preceding a SOIIVA
message to be from one to six.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for station and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type choice (1-6) and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7-48 Station Features Programming
7.2.18
SOHVA Groups
Description:
SOHVA calling groups control the pattern in which station ports receive and/or originate
SOHVA calls to one another. You must first form the SOHVA groups (Section 6.5.3) and then
assign the groups to individual stations with the following procedure.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. Type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type group number &16 (n,nn or n-nn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.19
Busy On SOHVA
Description:
At default, the system returns a ring back tone to users who make SOWA calls to busy
stations; however, this procedure allows you to arrange for telephone users to receive a busy
signal instead of the ring back tone. This feature lets non-LCD telephone users know that a
called station is busy.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.2.20
Pick-L/x, Grcxms
Description.=
Use this procedure to place a number of stations in a call pick-up group so that one station can
answer a call ringing at any other station in the group.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type desired value for feature (1-16 = groups l-16,0 = no group) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM # 4
7.2.21
Thru-Dialing (Through Dialing)
Description:
This procedure allows DTMF tones that are generated by an external device connected to the
system through necessary interface equipment to pass through the system and out to any line
connection.
Programming:
1e
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9 . Repeat steps 4-8 level for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7-50 Station Featwres Programming
7.2.22
Single Line TAP (Single Line Proprietary Telephone TAP Button)
Description:
Use this procedure to set the function of the TAP button on single line proprietary telephones.
Programming:
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2.
3.
4.
7.2.23
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-8 level for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Ringing On Busy (Enhanced Subdued Ringing)
Description:
When a telephone is busy on a call and another call comes to that telephone, the system subdues
the ringing of the second call to a lower volume but allows the call to continue to ring at this
subdued volume until the caller abandons it. The system shortens the ringing of another call to
model 8024S, 8124S, 8012S, and 8112s speakerphones that are busy in the speakerphone mode
to one quick tone burst; however, if these telephones are busy in an off-hook manner
(non-speakerphone mode), the system still subdues the ringing of the second call to a lower
volume and allows the call to continue to ring at this subdued volume until the caller abandons
the call.
If a user does not wish to hear subdued ringing while he or she is busy on a call (even the one
quick tone burst on those particular models that provide it) you can take this programming
action to eliminate all ringing by a second call.
Programming:
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6.
7.
8.
Press CONTROL T to return to the main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type the personal intercom number or the previously assigned name and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type the item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE BAR to eliminate ringing on busy (sei option to no) and press ENTER.
When finished press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Station Features Programming 7-51
7.2.24
Allow Ringer Off (Ringer Volume Off)
Description:
On some proprietary telephones, the user selects the ringer volume level by pressing a
rocker-type volume control repeatedly to select one of four different volume levels. The lowest
volume setting is essentially an off condition as the telephone sounds only one low-volume ring
burst when a call rings the station.
Sometimes users would rather not receive even one ring burst. For these cases, program the
system so that it completely silences the ringer at a telephone when its user selects the lowest
volume setting.
Programming:
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3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
7.2.25
Press CONTROL T to return to the main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or the previously assigned name and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE BAR to turn ringer off (set option to yes) and press ENTER.
When finished press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Disabled (Station Disable)
Description:
Disable a station port with this feature. Refer to Section 7.4 for the procedure for marking the
station port as undefined after you disable the port. Use the Secdion 7. I.29 procedure to give a
station the capability to disable other stations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7-52 Station Fea tares Programming
7.2.26
Consoles Installed (DSS/BLF Consoles Installed)
Use this procedure to assign DSS/BLF consoles to a station and to identify the ports that the
consoles occupy.
Description:
NOTE: Before you can assign a console and nume the console port with this programming step,
you must use the Section 7.4 programming procedure to identify the type of console and
the station port to which it is assigned.
Programming:
7.2.27
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3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. Type item number for the consoles installed and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for console ports and press ENTER.
8. Type the port number for console ports (l-480,0 for none-up to four allowed)
and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Programming Port (Database Programming Station)
Description:
This procedure assigns limited database programming ability to a station.
NOTE: You must ensure that there is an LCD speakerphone connected to the station port that
you choose with this feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for the feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 level for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.2.28
Automatic Transfer On Busy
Description:
You can enable automatic attendant transfer on busy for individual station ports if you wish.
With this feature enabled, the system will ring a busy telephone when the voice mail system is
attempting to transfer a call to it thus giving the user the option of leaving his or her present call
and taking the new one. With the feature disabled, the busy telephone is not signalled by the
presence of a new call and the voice mail system will automatically route it to the busy
telephone’s voice mail box. For complete voice mail programming, see Section 14.5.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station
being programmed and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.29
Headset
Description:
This procedure enables the use of a headset at a telephone.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned nameof station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.2.30
A ttendan t Position (Alternate. Ovetflo w)
Description:
The attendant position station provides incoming call direction, and controls system-wide
operating features. Additionally, the attendant position is responsible for certain programming
features. The system defaults two stations as attendant positions (logical station numbers 479
and 480) but it does not limit the number of attendant positions that it can support. Also refer to
Section 6.9.13.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu. type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for setting and press ENTER.
7. Type personal intercom number for alternate attendant (if needed) and press ENTER.
8. Type personal intercom number for overflow attendant (if needed) and press ENTER.
9 . When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-10 for each attendant position or press ESCAPE to end.
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7.2.31
Extended DTMF Dialing
Description:
You can enable the extended DTMF length dialing feature on a per station basis with this
programming procedure. The system generates DTMF tones of extended length when users take
their telephones off-hook and then wait until after the system sounds the extended dialing tone
burst before they engage automatic dialing. This feature also allows an analog station to
generate extended DTMF tones when its user manually dial numbers at the telephone’s dial pad
after hearing an extended dialing tone burst. Since digital telephones generate a DTMF tone for
as long as the user holds the dial pad button down during manual dialing, this feature is only
applicable on automatically dialed numbers at digital telephones. Refer to the following
paragraph for the procedure that sets the time length of the DTMF tone.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-10 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
DTMF Extended Dialing (Tone Length)
Description:
Use this programming feature to set the length of the DTMF tones. The system generates
DTMF tones of extended length when users take their telephones off-hook and then wait until
after the system sounds the extended dialing tone burst before they engage automatic dialing
(for example, press speed dial buttons or saved number redial button) at their stations. Also, if
analog telephone users take their telephones off-hook and then wait to begin manually dialing
until after the system sounds the extended dialing tone burst, the system will entend the length
of the manually dialed DTMF tones. After setting this extended DTMF tone length, you must
use the procedure detailed directly above to enable the feature’s use at each station where it is
needed.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From the system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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7.2.32
Softkeys Setup (Interactive Button Suppotfj
Description:
Programming:
The system provides support for interactive buttons on LCD LJ
of 7010s and 7016s (all revisions), and 7700s (revision H P:
buttons and the associated expanded displays provide quick, ,_
straight-forward button programming without the need for 21
interactive button support is disabled; therefore, you must tzk
When you enable them, the system overrides any previous m;;,
this new assignment. If, after you have enabled the support,
any of the interactive buttons to another assignment, the no
button. In addition, the system will clear the remaining two k
button support. If you replace any of these LCD speakerphon,
the system recognizes it as such and does not assign interactiallows you to enable interactive buttons with station programrr
means for assigning interactive buttons with the button maPr.
enabled the interactive buttons, you can look at the button assig
procedure, and note that the system identifies them as SOFT ,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and p:--’
Type personal intercom number or the previously assigne,
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When finished press ESCAPE twice.
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7.2.33
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/ST Hold Confirmation
Description:
Industry-standard telephones sound a special hold confirmation tone when their users place
calls on hold. Prior to this software release, these telephones returned to intercom dial tone
when their users placed calls on hold. The system defaults with the special confirmation tone
enabled; however, you can disable the feature if you wish. The confirmation tone is three 80 ms.
on -80 ms. off tone bursts repeated at 800 ms. intervals. See Section 7.2.35 for other IST
programming considerations.
Programming:
1. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
2. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
3. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for IST and press ENTER.
4. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar to enable or disable feature (yes = enable, no = disable)
and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
7.2.34
Description:
Transfer Ring Cadence
A telephone user can select the ringing cadence that announces a transferred line call. They
have two choices as follows: Ring cadence one provides a 2 sec. on-4 sec. off tone. Ring
cadence two provides a 0.5 sec.- 5Ssec. off tone. Ring cadence one is available to telephone
users as a default and they can select the other one as they need it. Use this procedure to select
the default cadence for each system station.
Programming: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar to select cadence choice for default.
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Industry-Standard Telephone Support
The DXP plus digital communications system supports the use of industry-standard telephones. It does this
through the use of industry-standard telephone station interface circuit boards and a DXRNG ring generator
assembly. Refer to the Comdial publication IMI89-184, Installing An Industry-Standard Telephone Station
Board In The DXP Plus Digital Communications System, for installation details. Program the DXP Plus system
to operate properly with industry-standard telephones by assigning values to DXP Plus features using the
procedures given below. They are presented in a typical order of progression but you can perform them in any
convenient order.
IST Hold Confrmation
Description:
Industry-standard telephones sound a special hold confirmation tone when their users place
calls on hold. Prior to this software release, these telephones returned to intercom dial tone
when their users placed calls on hold. The system defaults with the special confirmation tone
enabled; however, you can disable the feature if you wish. The confirmation tone is three 80 ms.
on -80 ms. off tone bursts repeated at 800 ms. intervals
Programming:
1. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
2. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
3. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for IST and press ENTER.
4. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar to enable or disable feature (yes = enable, no = disable)
and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
IST Ring Timeout
Description:
Use this procedure to set the number of times that the system sends a ring signal to an
industry-standard telephone on a system-wide basis. Although the ringing stops at the
industry-standard telephone when the time-out occurs, the system continues to present the call
at the telephone for answering until the caller abandons it.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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IST DTMF Receiver Timeout
Description:
You can program the amount of time that the system waits to receive a DTMF tone from an
industry-standard telephone, after the user has lifted the telephone’s handset and before he or
she has pressed a dial pad digit, on a system-wide basis. The system disconnects the telephone
after this time-out occurs. If this happens, the user must hang up the handset and lift it again to
re-establish the dial tone.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
IST Distinctive Ringing
Description:
An industry-standard telephone can sound one ring cadence for intercom calls and a different
ring cadence for outside calls or it can sound the same ring cadence for both types of calls. You
must select one of these ringing styles on a station class of service basis. All industry-standard
telephones with the same class of service have the same ringing style.
NOTE: Do not enable distinctive ringingfor voice mail ports.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service assigned
to the IST and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number for IST distinctive ringing
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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IST Flash Time
Description:
You can program, on a system-wide basis, the timed length of the signal that results when a user
of an industry-standard telephone presses and releases the telephone hookswitch (or presses the
TAP button if available on his or her telephone). Often, a signal with a short time length
(typically 5OG750 ms) serves to alert the system to receive a feature code (flash) while a signal
with a long time length (typically 1.5-2.0 set) serves to disconnect the line and re-establish dial
tone (recall). The value that you set with this procedure is the maximum value for recognizing a
flash from an industry-standard telephone. You can also set the minimum value for recognizing
a flash from an industry-standard telephone.
Programming:
1 s Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for minimum flash time and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for minimum time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. Press ENTER to select maximum flash time line item.
7. Press SPACE bar for maximum time and press ENTER to accept setting.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
IST Ringing Per Phase
Description:
While the installer typically connects one industry-standard telephone per IST station port, he or
she can connect two industry-standard telephones per IST station port; however, the telephones
will share the same assigned intercom number. When he or she installs one telephone per port,
you must set the IST ringing per phase feature to 16. When the installer places two telephones
at any IST station port, you must change the IST ringing per phase feature to 8. A setting of 16
allows up to 48 industry-standard telephones per cabinet (main cabinet and expansion cabinet)
to ring simultaneously. A setting of 8 reduces this simultaneous ringing total to 24 telephones
per cabinet. This programming selection is on a system-wide basis.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters menu, and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ESCAPE once.
6. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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IST Ringing On Busy
Description:
You can program industry-standard telephones to provide a ringing on busy signal to users.
With this feature, when an IST telephone is busy on a call and another call comes to that
telephone, the system sounds three quick tone bursts in the telephone’s handset receiver. If a
user does not wish to hear the ringing on busy tones while he or she is busy on a call, you can
take this programming action to eliminate it.
Programming:
1. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
2. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
3. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for IST and press ENTER.
4. From the station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar to enable or disable feature (yes = enable, no = disable)
and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Internal IST Flash
Description:
If industry-standard telephone users access an outside line using the line group feature and then
they quickly press and release (flash) the telephone’s hookswitch, the IST will react in one of
two different ways depending upon how you program this feature.
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With this feature disabled, IST users can flash the hookswitch while on an outside line and
generate a hookflash signal on the outside line; however, they cannot flash the hookswitch
to obtain an intercom dial tone. The previous Section 7.2.35 procedure titled, IST Flash
Time, sets the hookflash signal time. This time determines whether the IST hookflash signal
is long enough to recall the outside line dial tone or short enough to access the outside line
features. Refer to the CO specifications for actual requirements.
EI With this feature enabled, IST users can flash the hookswitch while on an outside line and
obtain intercom dial tone; however, they must dial +K 08 after they flash the hookswitch if
they need to generate a hookflash signal on the outside line.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) that corresponds with class of service assigned
to the IST and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type row number for IST distinctive ringing
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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IST Ringing Patterns
Description:
You can program the ringing pattern for either IST ring mode one or IST ring mode two. Mode
one causes a two-second ring phase while mode two causes a shorter one second ring phase.
For this feature to function properly, insure that the industry-standard telephone interface board
contains firmware revision 2C or higher
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
Select IST ring mode from the system parameters and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar to toggle between mode 1 (default) and mode 2.
When finished, press ENTER.
Press ESCAPE twice to end.
IST Ring Frequency
Description:
The system will allow you to set a ring frequency of 25 Hz for international applications or set a
ring frequency of 21 Hz for domestic applications. Choose a setting that matches the ring
frequency of the installed ring generator.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6,
7.
7.2.36
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
Select IST ring frequency from the system parameters and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar to toggle between choices of 21 Hz and 25 Hz.
When finished, press ENTER.
Press ESCAPE twice to end.
Ring Back On Busy
Description:
With this feature enabled, when someone calls another telephone and the calling party is busy
on an outside line, the caller hears a ring back tone-not a busy tone. When the caller is using a
non-display telephone he or she has no means of knowing the busy status of the called party.
(Remember, LCD speakerphones display called party status- for details on this feature, see
Section 7.1.39.) With this feature disabled, callers hear a busy tone instead of a ring back tone
when they call a party who is busy on an outside line. You must enable this feature if you plan
to enable the feature titled Automatic Attendant Tranger On Busy (see Section 145.3 for
details).
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press CONTROL T to return to the main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, type the item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE BAR to choose setting( no = busy tone, yes = ring back tone)
and press ENTER.
7. When finished press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
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7.3
Button Mapping By Station (Square/Non-Square System)
Description:
The system assigns certain functions to each of the station buttons as a default condition.
Re-assign the button functions with this programming feature. You can assign functions at a
first level or at a second level at each button Assign functions at the first level that require
status light feedback because the system does not provide status light feedback to buttons at the
second level (press CONTROL N to display the second level).
You can also use this procedure to map the buttons on a DWBLF console (press CONTROL N
to display the console buttons) but first you must use the Section 7.2.26 procedure to assign the
console to the station and name the console port.
Programming:
To map the telephone buttons with features,
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select button mapping and press ENTER.
4. Type prime intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
(Screen presents current button map for review.)
5. Type first level button code (Ll-L25,0-9) and press ENTER.
6. Type mnemonic of feature from list (below) and press ENTER. (Press and hold SHIFT
and type ‘7 for mnemonic definitions-press any key to return to button map.)
NOTE: If you press ENTER withoutfirst typing a mnemonic, the system “blanks” that button.
Users can program “blanked” buttons as personal speed dial buttons.
7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all desired buttons.
8. Press CONTROL N and repeat steps 5 and 6 for second level (or DSS/BLF console).
9. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4-8 for each station.
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
To map dial pad buttons with speed dial numbers,
1. Repeat steps 1 through 4 from the previous procedure.
2. Type dial pad button number (1-O) and press ENTER.
3. Type i for intercom, I for line, g for line group, or p for prime line or last line used,
or a for automatic route selection and press ENTER.
4. Type l-240 to choose line or type 1-16 to choose line group and press ENTER.
5. Type speed dial number (up to 16 digits) and press ENTER.
6. Repeat steps l-4 for all desired dial pad buttons and then repeat steps 7-9 from the
previous procedure.
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Feature Mnemonic List
(account code button): allows users to enter an accent code
(alternate attendant button): places station in alternate attendant mode
(answer button): answers a ringing call
(auxiliary page button): allows auxiliary page operation (model 80243 and 77OOS-rev I and later)
(automatic redial button): redials last dialed number 10 times with one minute off time
(auxiliary record button): allows auxiliary record operation (model 80243 and 77COS-rev I and later)
(auxiliary ring button): allows auxiliary ring operation (model 80243 and 77OOS-rev I and later)
(authorization code button): prompts for authorization code entry
(both button): conferences current party with last party placed on hold
(camp on button): engages camp on feature at busy station or line
(caller ID button): sends caller ID RNA records to LCD
(do not disturb button): enables/disables do not disturb mode
(directed call pick up button): picks up call ringing at another station
(DSS status button): selects station DSS status view (line and intercom or just intercom)
(executive override button): allows executive override of another station
(feature button): use with feature code to access certain features
(forward all button): enable/disable all call forwarding
(forward personal button): enable/disable prime line and personal intercom call forwarding
(forward all RNA button): enable/disable all call after RNA forwarding
(forward personal RNA button): enable/disable prime line and personal intercom calls after RNA forwarding
(group listen button): allows group listen operation (digital multiline telephones)
(group pick up button): picks up a call that rings anywhere within a group of stations
(headset button): enables/disables headset mode
(hold button): places current call on hold and scrolls list of held calls
(intercom button): accesses personal intercom number
(intercom number button): group intercom number or station DSS
(LCD messaging button): enables/disables LCD message feature
(line group button 1-16): accesses one of 16 line groups
(line button l-240): accesses one of 240 lines
(lock button): prevents/allows station use (prevents station use until someone dials an authorization code)
(meet me page button): answers a page by meeting intercom paging party on line
(message waitng button): turns on/turns off message wating light at another station
(music source button 1,2): turns on/turns off background music
(night mode button): allows attendant to place system in night transfer (of ringing) mode
(open architecture button): special Enterprise functions (used with Total Control PC Attendant and Enterprise Toolkit options)
(overflow button): turns on/turns off overflow mode
(paging zone button l-8): allows group paging
(park orbit button l-9): parks and retrieves calls
(privacy button): releases privacy on line so another station can join a call
(queue button): queues station at busy line group to await idle line
(release button): disconnects current call
(response button l-30, t = universal): sends response message to another station for SOHVA and message deposit
(service observe button): enables station to service observe another station
(dynamic save button): saves last dialed number and line on which it was dialed
(speed dial): saves often dialed number at a button
(silent ringer button): mutes ringing for current call
(SOHVA button): sends SOHVA to another station
(split button): allows station user to talk to two different parties
(serial call button): transfers a serial call to specified stations
(system status report button): indicates system status report
(night answer button l-4, t= all calls): answers call indicated by system’s ringing relay
(line test busy button): views status of busy line
(tracker pager activate button): sends message to pager display
(voice announce block button): blocks/allows voice announcements
(save volume button): saves volume settings (digital multiline telephones)
(transfer to voice mail button l-32): transfers call to voice mail box when used with DSS button
NOTE: Many of the feature buttons require programming action before
they canfunction as described.
Station Features Programming 7-55
DXP Pius Programming fnnstructions
/M/66-123
7.4
Phone Types (Telephone Types)
Description:
This programming feature allows you to identify the particular type of system telephone
equipment that you or your installer will connect to each station port.
You can also mark the station port equipment as undefined so that the system will not test the
port for a specific type of equipment and will not include the port in any menu presentations.
Also refer to Section 7.2.25 for the procedure for disabling a station port.
Programming:
1s
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
From station programming menu, select phone types and press ENTER.
From the phone types menu, select desired equipment or none
(for undefined) and press ENTER.
NOTE: Depending upon which equipment you choose, the system will present diflerent
sub-menus that allow you tofurther define the equipment as to the quantity of lines it
can serve, whether it is a speakerphone, whether it is a DSSZ3LF console, and other
defining characteristics. Follow the sub-menu prompts and press ENTER after you
have typed each selection.
6. Type the station port number (f-480) and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE to end.
ExecuTech Telephone Types
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6620,6620E, 66208,6620T,
23 Line
6614,6614E, 66148,6614T
22 Line
66OOE, 6600s
17 Line
6701X
Proprietary Single Line
DB32S
3ZButton Console
DB70
70-Button Console
Al-I-X
A-M-X
OPX-x
OPX-x
VMI-X
VMI-X
Comdial Express Telephone Types
12xEPlllS~
19 Line
10 Line
2 Line
Proprietary Single Line
3ZButton Console
6CButton Console
Al-I-X
OPX-x
VMI-X
ExecuTech 67xx Telephone Types
DigiTech Telephone Types
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I2xEPlu.s~
14 Line
12 Line
6 Line
2 Line
SLPS WI Autodials
3ZButton Console
6714S, 6714X
6700s
6706X
6702X
6709A*
EB32X
Americom Telephone Types
DXP Plus Menu List
7016S,7116S,7116X
19 Line
10 Line
7010s,7110s,7110x
2 Line
7102X
Single Line
6701X
32-Button Console
not currently available
64-Button Console
XD64X
ATI-D-1PT
ATI-D-1PT
24 Line
6116X, 6116s. 6016s
6110X, 61 lOS, 6010s
6102X
6701X
XB32X
XB64X
ATI-X
OPX-x
VMI-X
17 Line
Single Line
3ZButton Console
77OOs, 7714S, 7714x
Rev H and later
7714x. 7714s
Rev H and earlier
7700s
7701x
DD32X
Impact Telephone Types
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24 Line
12 Line
Single Line
6CButton Console
8024S, 81243
8012S, 8112S, 8112N
8101N
IB64X
22 Line
Wireless Telephone Type
I1xEPlusU
Wireless
9ooMX
* Use the Section 7.3 procedure to “blank” the 12 speed dial buttons on this telephone so that
users can custom program them for personal use.
7-66 Station Features Programming
7.5
Copy Model COS, Station, Button Map (Block Programming)
7.5.1
Block Programming, Class-Of-Service
Description:
Program some or all class-of-service categories to match the programming of a model
class-of-service category.
Programming;
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the station menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
4. Select model COS by typing COS number l-32 for source COS and press ENTER.
5. Type COS numbers of destination COS(s) (n,nn or n-nn) and press ENTER.
Values of source COS is assigned to destination COS(s), and programming is ended.
7.52
Block Programming, Station Features
Description:
Program some or all stations to have the same features as a model station. The system does not
copy the following features from the model station:
- station name,
- intercom numbers,
- personal speed dial numbers,
- DSS/BLF console installed,
- console port,
- alternate attendant,
- ovefflow attendant,
- interactive button support.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the station menu, select model station and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of source station
and press ENTER.
5. Type personal intercom numbers or previously assigned names of destination
stations (nnn,nnn or nnn-nnn) and press ENTER. Values of source station is assigned to
destination stations, and programming is ended.
7.53
Block Programming, Button Mapping
Description:
Program some or all stations to have the same button features as a model station.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of
source station and press ENTER.
5. Type personal intercom numbers or previously assigned names of
destination stations (nnn,nnn,or nnn-nnn) and press ENTER.
Button map of source station is assigned to buttons of destination stations,
and programming is ended.
Sfa tion Features Programming 7-67
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
lMl66-123
7.6
Station Hunting
Description:
Station hunting is a feature that becomes available to DXP Plus users with software revision
3.A and later. Station hunting is a means of routing both intercom and outside calls through an
installer-determined logical grouping of stations and on to a designated ovefflow location in
case of no answer or if all stations in the hunt group are busy. To configure station hunting, you
must program the following parameters:
Options: Programs the control and informational items about the hunt group.
Member List: Programs the list of stations within a hunt group. This section shows the member
stations in their assigned hunting order and allows stations to be added, deleted or inserted at
any point in the list.
Delete: Deletes the selected hunt group from the system and frees its used resources.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, member list, or delete hunt group and press ENTER.
7.6.1
Options (Stat/on Hunting)
Pilot Extension
Description:
This is the extension number that callers use to call or route calls to this hunt group. This
number is analogous to a station’s personal intercom or extension number and follows the same
numbering plan restrictions.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for pilot extension and press ENTER.
8. Type pilot extension and press ENTER.
NOTE: The pilot extension can be up to four digits long but must not conflict with assigned
intercom numbers and feature codes. The system prompts you to remove any conflict
before proceeding. Exercise care when you remove conflicts because references to the
dialable extension may be used in other parts of the system and removing them could
cause obscure results.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7-68 Station Features Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
lMl66-123
Name
Description:
The hunt group’s name is the seven character alpha-numeric name of this group that is used for
LCD display and reference.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for name and press ENTER.
8. Type name and press ENTER. (Name can be up to seven alphanumeric
characters and may begin with a number.)
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Full Name
Description:
The hunt group’s full name is the 20 character alpha-numeric name of the group that is used by
OAI applications.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for full name and press ENTER.
8. Type name and press ENTER. (Full name can be up to 20 alphanumeric
characters and may begin with a number.)
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Station Features Programming 7-69
lMl66-123
DXP Plus Programming hstructions
Search Type (Type of Hunting)
Description:
There are several distinct types of station hunting.
Terminal Hunting
Terminal station hunting always delivers a call to the first idle station programmed in the hunt
group. If the station does not answer within a programmed amount of time (programmed as the
Call Advance Timer), the system delivers the call to the next sequential idle station
programmed in the hunt group. The system makes no attempt to balance the distribution of
incoming calls as this is a linear search through the programmed list. The search starts at the
beginning of the list for each incoming call.
Distributed Hunting
Distributed station hunting delivers a call to the next idle station in the hunt group after the
station that received the previous call. If that station does not answer within the programmed
call advance time, the system delivers the call to the next sequential idle station programmed in
the hunt group. This hunting method is a linear search through the programmed list; however,
the search starts wherever it left off after the previous call,
Longest Idle Station Hunting
Longest idle station hunting delivers a call to the station that has been idle for the longest period
of time since completing the last call that was routed to it by the station hunting feature. In the
case of stations with equal idle times (such as at system startup), the system picks the first of the
grouped stations with equal idle times. If that station does not answer within the call advance
time, the system delivers the call to the station with the next longest idle period.
Ring AR Station Hunting
Ring all station hunting is not a true hunting method. This method delivers a call to all idle
stations simultaneously. This is a good method to use when the site requires that all calls be
answered as quickly as possible.
None (No Hunting)
This selection disables hunting for the group. It allows a hunt group to be completely
programmed yet disabled. Any intercom calls to this group will receive a busy tone and line
ringing ignores any programming within this group.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for search type and press ENTER.
8. Press SPACE BAR to choose search type and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7-76J Station Fea turees Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
lMl66-123
Direct Ring
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at a station hunt group as soon
as a calI appears. Direct ringing sounds during the day 1 and day 2 time periods but does not
ring during the night ringing mode or during the manual night transfer (of ringing) operation.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l&I) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for direct ring and press ENTER.
8. Press CONTROL E for edit.
9. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
10. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
11~ When finished, press ESCAPE three times.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Delayed Ring
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at a station hunt group after
waiting a short time period from when a call appears. Delayed ringing sounds during day 1, day
2 time periods, during the night ringing mode, and during the manual night transfer (of ringing)
operation.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for delayed ring and press ENTER.
8. Press CONTROL E for edit.
9. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
10. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Station Features Programming 7-71
lMl66-123
DXP Pius Programming hstrwdions
Day 1 Ring
Descriptions
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at stations during the day 1
ringing mode time period. Refer to the paragraph titled, Day 1, Day 2, and Night Ringing Begin
and End Times, to set the beginning and ending times of this ringing.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for day 1 ring and press ENTER.
8. Press CONTROL E for edit.
9. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
10. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE three times
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
13. Repeat steps 4-12 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Day 2 Ring
Description:
Use this procedure to choose the line ports that you want to ring at stations during the day 2
ringing mode time period. Refer to the paragraph titled, Day I, Day 2, and Night Ringing Begin
and End Times, to set the beginning and ending times of this ringing.
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for day 2 ring and press ENTER.
8. Press CONTROL E for edit.
9. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
10. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE three times.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7-72 Station Features Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
lMl66-123
Night Ring
Description:
Choose the line ports that you want to ring at stations during the night ringing mode of
operation. The ringing arrangement that you configure here is the arrangement that is active
both during the automatic night ringing time period and whenever the attendant manually
activates the night transfer (of ringing) operation. Do note that the attendant commanded night
ringing period supercedes the automatic night ringing period. Refer to the paragraph titled, Day
1, Day 2, und Night Ringing Begin and End Times, to set the time for the automatic night
ringing period.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for night ring and press ENTER.
8. Press CONTROL E for edit.
9. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
10. Type line port number l-240 (type as n,nn,nnn or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE three times.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Day 1, Day 2, And Night Ringing Begin And End Times
Description:
With this programming procedure, set the begin and end times of the day 1, day 2, and night
ringing time periods.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select day 1, day 2 or night ringing begin and end times
and press ENTER.
5. Type times in 24-hour format (hhmm) and press ENTER.
6. Press ENTER (repeatedly if needed) to place cursor at next time desired setting.
7. Repeat step 5 and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all times are set and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Station Pea tures Programming 7-73
Queue Ringing Calls
Description:
With this feature enabled, in the case of no answer or if all stations in the hunt group are busy,
hunt group calls wait in a queue for a station to become idle. The calls wait in queue until the
overflow timer times out. At timeout, the system routes the call to a designated overflow
destination. The overflow destination is an intercom number or feature code that calls another
station, a group intercom number, a voice mail number, or another station hunt group pilot
extension. With the queue ringing calls feature disabled, and if all stations in the hunt group are
busy, the system immediately routes hunt group calls to the overflow destination.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Press SPACE BAR to enable or disable the feature (y = enable) and press ENTER.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
OverFlow .Vestination
Description:
In the case of no answer or if all stations in the hunt group are busy the system routes hunt
group calls to a designated overflow destination. The overflow destination is an intercom
number or feature code that calls another station, a group intercom number, a voice mail
number, or another station hunt group pilot extension
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for overflow destination and press ENTER.
8. Type extension number for destination and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7-74 Station %a tures Progfamming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
IMltS-123
Call Advance Time
Description:
This is the time interval that a station within a hunt group rings unanswered before the system
routes the call to the next station in the group. This timer is programmable from 10 seconds
through 5 minutes. The default value is 20 seconds.
Programming:
1, Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for call advance time and press ENTER.
8. Press SPACE BAR to choose time and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Overflow Time
Description:
The overflow timer serves two functions depending upon whether you have enabled the queue
ringing calls feature. With the queue ringing calls feature enabled, the overflow time determines
how long an unanswered hunt group call remains in queue before the system routes the call to
an overflow destination. With the queue ringing calls feature disabled, the overflow time
determines how long a call will ring at hunt group stations before the system routes the call to
an overflow destination. This timer is programmable from 30 seconds through 15 minutes. The
default value is 1 minute.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for ovefflow time and press ENTER.
8. Press SPACE BAR to choose time and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Station Features Programming 7-75
DXP Plus Programming Instrwtions
lM166-123
Recall Time
Description:
This is the maximum time interval that an unanswered transferred call hunts within a group
before recalling to the source of the transfer. This timer is programmable from 30 seconds
through 15 minutes. The default value is 2 minutes.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for options, and press ENTER.
7. Type item number for recall time and press ENTER.
8. Press SPACE BAR to choose time and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7-76 Station Features Programming
7.6.2
Member List
Use this procedure to add, remove, and insert stations in the hunt groups. A station hunt group
may contain all stations in the system but is limited to personal intercom numbers only. The
DXP Plus supports a maximum of 64 hunt groups. Each hunt group may include the maximum
number of stations that the system can support; however, due to system memory limitations, all
hunt groups may not contain all stations simultaneously. Since the system makes a total of 32
Kbytes of memory available for station hunt groups, you can use the following formula to
determine possible station hunt group capacities.
Description:
[32768 Kbytes] - [(Stations per group) x (2) + (220 bytes of memory)] = memory remaining for next hunt group
You may use the system printouts feature to print a list of the station hunt groups if you wish.
Refer to Section 13 for printout details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for member list, and press ENTER.
7. Type the letter code to choose the action you wish to take
(a = add, r = remove, i = insert) and press ENTER.
NOTE: To add a station at the beginning of the group, press ENTER
8. At the prompt, type the intercom number or station name and press ENTER.
(Use CONTROL N and CONTROL P to display the next or previous display pages
if more pages exist.)
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7.6.3
Delete Hunt Group
Description:
Use this procedure to remove station hunt groups. With this programming action, you remove
the pilot extension from the system’s dialing directroy as well as remove all member stations
and all options that you have assigned to the hunt group.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, type item number for hunt groups and press ENTER.
4. Type number for hunt group (l-64) and press ENTER.
5. For new hunt groups, type pilot number for hunt group.
6. Type item number for delete hunt group, and press ENTER.
7. At the prompt, type y for yes or n for no and press ENTER.
Station Features Programming 7-77
Programming Line Features
0 LineProgramming.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l LineGroupProgramming.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l Copy Model Line (Block Programming, Line) . . . .
l Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Support . . . . . . . . .
l GroundStartLineSupport . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l Loop Start Line Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l TieLineSupport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l Direct Inward System Access Programming . O s . e
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..8.2
. . 8.3
. . 8.4
. . 8.5
. . 8.6
..8.7
- . 8.8
Line Features Programming 8-l
BXP Plus Programming instructions
lM166-123
8.1
Line Programming
8.1.1
Line Name
Description:
You can assign a name to a line. A name shows in the display of an LCD speakerphone as a
identification aid. A valid name is composed of any seven alpha-numeric characters but the
first character must be an alphabetic character.
Programming:
To assign a name to a line,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number l-240 number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type name (a-z, A-Z, O-9) and press ENTER. A name can be up to seven characters long.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.2
Line Type
Description:
Condition the line port as to the type of line or function that the port serves.
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number l-240 or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
Ground Start Line
Refer to Section 8.5 for a discussion about ground start lines.
Loop Start Line
Refer to Section 8.6 for a discussion about loop start lines.
E&M Tie Line
Refer to Section 8.7 for a discussion about E&M tie lines.
DID Line
Refer to Section 8.8 for a discussion about DID lines.
Auxiliary Port
If you type-name a line port as an auxiliary port, you condition the line port to interface with external paging
equipment instead of a telephone line.
6-2 Line Features Programming
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
E&M DNIS Line
Description:
Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) is a Tl service feature for E&M lines. Long
distance carriers offer DNIS as a feature to dial 800 and dial 900 lines. DNIS identifies the
numbers that callers dial to reach an internal telephone system. Businesses served by a dial 800
or dial 900 service allow calls to ring on any available line within an assigned block of lines and
then have their internal telephone system process the DNIS information to route the calls to
their proper destinations.
The common carrier supplies DNIS information as DTMF digits. When the DNIS feature is
combined with the Automatic Number identification (ANI) feature, the common carrier delimits
the ANI information from the DNIS routing information with the asterisk (%) tone so that the
DXP Plus system can process each portion properly.
The DXP Plus uses information that you program in the DID/DNIS translation table to route the
call to the proper intercom number. The system also sends the called number information to the
SMDR/SMDA line report and makes the information available to devices that are connected to
the DXP Plus’s Open Architecture Interface (OAI).
As a single service, if the call routes to an LCD speakerphone, the speakerphone’s display
shows the name that you programmed in the DID/DNIS translation table. If you have
programmed no name there, the display shows the DNWDID block name that you assigned to
the DID/DNIS block. If you have programmed no name there, the display shows the processed
DNIS digits. (As a DNIS/ANI combined service, the display shows the processed AN1 digits.)
E&M DNIS lines access the Direct Inward System (DISA) feature when the DNIS digits
translate into the DISA access code.
Since the DXP Plus system supports the DNIS only on tone dial lines, it supports both wink
start and delay start protocols but does not support the immediate start protocol.
Programming:
Program the line type to be E&M DINS using the Section 8. I.2 procedure.
Program the DID/DNIS translation table using the Section 8.4.8 procedure.
Program the E&M DNIS tie line attributes using the Section 8.4.7 procedure.
Line Features Programming 8-3
8.1.3
Line Disable
Description:
Take a line port out of service because of defect or other reason using this programming choice.
Programming:
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From line menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port l-240 or previously assigned nameand press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.4
Music Or Tone On Hold
Description.=
With this feature enabled, the system will supply music, tone bursts or other audio information
to callers while they are on hold. The music or information source is external to the common
equipment and is customer supplied. The system will accept two music sources. You can use
one source for this feature and the other source for the background music feature discussed in
Section 7.1.3. When the system supplies tone bursts to callers while they are on hold, it sounds
two .l second long tone bursts separated by a .l second interval of silence. It repeats this tone
burst sequence every 5 seconds.
Programming.=
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice,
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 4-7 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.5
Privacy Release (Automatic Privacy)
Description:
Assign privacy release to a line so that a user can press the privacy button on his or her
telephone and change a private line into a non-private one as needed. When a line is private, a
station user has exclusive use of it during a call. Also refer to the Section 7.3 procedure to map
a privacy button on the user’s telephone.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8-4 Line Features Programming
8.1.6
SMDR Record
When you enable this feature, the system stores SMDR records for the specified line. Refer to
Section 10 for other SMDAISMDR programming considerations.
Description:
Programming:
8.1.7
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
Cost Incoming
Description:
If you have arranged for the system to cost calls, you can arrange for it to also cost incoming
calls on a per line basis. You can arrange for the costing to begin as soon as the call arrives in
the system , begin after the user answers the call or begin after a programmed delay. Plus, you
can pick the call rate table that you want the system use when it costs the call. Refer to Section
I2 for other automatic route selection programming considerations.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming.
Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
From cost incoming prompt, press SPACE bar for desired feature setting
and press RETURN.
7. From incoming cost delay prompt, press SPACE bar for desired feature setting
and press ENTER.
8. From incoming cost route prompt, type l-32 for desired rate table.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
Line Features Programming 8-5
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8.1.8
Pad Level-Transmit, Receive
(Gain And Attenuation Settings For Line Transmit And Receive)
Description:
This feature enhances the Tl-El digital carrier transmission option, the pad level programming
feature adjusts voice levels for both the transmit and receive circuits in the individual channels.
The choices include: Gain 2, Gain 1, Nominal, Loss 1, Loss 2, Loss 3, Loss 4, and Loss 5.
These settings provide an approximate +6 to -15 dB range of choices. Starting at the Nominal
setting, each gain level represents an approximate 3 dB amplification of the signal level from
the previous setting, and each loss level represents an approximate 3 dB attenuation of the
signal level from the previous setting. Because digital transmission does not lose volume level
as readily as analog transmission does, it is likely that the receive level may be noticeably
higher when using the Tl option. Therefore, you may need to select a low setting such as Loss 2
for the voice level receive parameter when programming this feature for Tl lines that are being
used exclusively for voice transmission. Further, if you choose a setting to increase the receive
gain, you should carefully examine speakerphone operation. It is possible to select a receive
gain that will, under certain conditions, interfere with proper speakerphone operation.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
From line programming menu, type item number for pad level-transmit
and press ENTER,
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER for pad level-receive.
7. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
8. Press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 3-9 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
8-6 Line Features Programming
8.1.9
Dialing Mode
Description:
Program the line port to match either a DTh4F tone or a rotary (pulse) dialing line as supplied
by the central office (CO).
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing
and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
Pulse Dial Make/Pulse Dial Break (Pulse Dial Ratio)
Description:
With pulse dialing enabled, use this procedure to set the make/break ratio for rotary dial
signalling to match rotary dial line requirements. You can set the line make/break ratio for
rotary dial (pulse dial) signalling in a more flexible manner to match many different rotary dial
line requirements. You can set the make time and the break time independently in one msec.
increments to any time from one to 99 msec.
Programming: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press CONTROL T for main menu,
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select timing and press ENTER,
From timing menu, type item number for line pulse make and press ENTER.
Type desired time (l-99) and press ENTER,
From timing menu, type item number for line pulse break and press ENTER.
Type desired time (l-99) and press ENTER.
Press ESCAPE twice,
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Pulse Dial Interdigit Time
Description:
with pulse dialing enabled, you can set the interdigit time between dial pulses when the system
pulse-dials a number over a line. The system defaults this time to 200 msec. and provides a
range of timing values between 100 msec. and one sec. that you can set in 100 msec. increments.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu,
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar to select desired time and press ENTER to select setting.
6. Press ESCAPE twice,
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Line Features Programming 8-7
8.1.10
Abandon Hold Release
Description:
When a distant party abandons a hold condition and his or her station disconnects from the line,
the central office sends a forward disconnect signal to the system. This signal is either 50 or
350 msec. in length. Use this procedure to program the line port to match the central office
signal length.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER for feature.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.11
Positive Disconnect Time
Description:
When a station drops a line after its user has finished using it, the system waits a programmable
length of time before it allows another station to access that line. This time delay helps prevent
such conditions as call-collision The system holds the line status light on during the time out
period.
Programming
1 m Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number l-240 or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8-8 Line Features Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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8.1.12 Toll Groups
Description:
You must identify the individual lines that you do not want users to use when they dial toll
restricted numbers. Do this by first assigning the lines to toll groups and then assigning those
toll groups to the restricted number. There are 32 toll groups available for line assignment.
Assign one, several, or all lines to any desired toll group or combination of toll groups as
needed. See Section II for complete toll restriction programming details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line name or line number and press ENTER.
5. From line programming, type item number for toll group and press ENTER.
6. Type line number (l-240) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end..
8.1.13
DTMF Level
Adjust the audio level of the DTMF signals to a low (-5 db), medium (0 db), or high (+3 db)
setting. Certain sites may require a higher db level to over come line conditions that could
interfere with reliable dialing such as a long loop distance to the central office.
Description:
Programming: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6
7.
8.
8.1.14
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select line and press ENTER.
From line menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
From line programming menu, type item number to select feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Repeat steps 4-7 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
Busy Lead Defection (Auxiliary Equipment Interface)
Description:
When you enable this feature, the system can detect an off-hook condition in a telephony device
such as a modem, FAX machine, industry-standard telephone, or similar device that an installer
has connected to a line ahead of the system. When the system detects the off-hook condition, it
makes a busy indication appear at system stations that have this line appearance.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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8.1.15
Disconnect Supervision
Description:
When you enable this feature, the system detects a break in loop current anytime one occurs
during an outside call.
Programming:
1 a Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.16
Caller ID Active
Description:
When caller identification (ID) information is available from the central office, take this
programming action to match the line port to the feature. You must also assign the caller ID
lines to the stations and assign special-purpose station buttons to control the feature. Refer to
Section 14. I for complete caller ID programming details.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4 through 8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
10. Assign caller ID lines to stations-refer to Sections 7.1.31 and 7.1.32 for d+ails.
11. Assign caller ID button (mnemonic CID) to stations-refer to Section 7.3 for details.
12. Assign SAVE button (mnemonic SAVE) to stations-refer to Section 7.3 for details
6-10 Line Features Programming
Voice Mail ID
8.1.17
Description:
You can assign an identification number to each line so that the voice mail system can provide
customized call handling on a per line basis. Use voice mail system programming to match this
ID number to a particular personal directory or transaction box within the voice mail system.
When the DXP Plus routes a call that is ringing at a particular line to the voice mail system to
be answered, it routes it with the ID number. The voice mail system then sends the call to the
box that corresponds to the line’s ID number. You can use voice mail system programming to
construct customized answering prompts for the individual boxes. This allows the IDed DXP
Plus lines to be answered in a customized manner by the voice mail system’s automatic
attendant. Refer to Section 14.5 for complete voice mail programming details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select line and press ENTER.
3. Type port number of line to be programmed (l-240) and press ENTER.
4. From the line menu, select item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Type the identification (ID) number and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
8.1.18
DISA And DISA Voice Options
Description:
Use the following programming instructions to enable or disable DISA capability on lines 1
through 240. Also, use the DISA Voice Options 1 through 4 to select digital voice announce
(DVA) messages. For example, selecting DISA voice option 2 will cause welcome greeting 2,
day main menu 2, night main menu 2, recall no answer 2, and recall busy 2 prompts to play
whenever a DISA line is covered by DVA. Refer to Section 14.3 for complete DVA
programming details.
Programming
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select Line Programming and press ENTER.
Enter line number you want to program and press ENTER.
From the line (number) programming menu (page 2), select DISA and press ENTER.
Toggle the SPACE bar to select/deselect DISA and press ENTER.
Enter 1 through 4 for the DISA Voice Options and press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Enter the number for the next line you want to program or press ESCAPE to end.
Line Features Programming 8-l 1
Line Group Programming
8.2
Description:
Use this procedure to group similar type line ports together for dial-up access. Up to 16
different line groups are available. During operation, the system searches for an idle line in the
line group in the same order that you program them using this procedure.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line group programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line group number (1-16) and press ENTER.
5. From line group programming menu, type a to add lines, r to remove lines, or c to change
name of line group and press ENTER.
6. Type line to be removed, added or changed, then press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-7 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
8.2. I
Line Group Access
Description:
Use this procedure to give a station access to line groups.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type line groups (l-16,0 = none, type as n,n,nn or n-nn) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
8.2.2
Line Group Queuing
Description:
Use this procedure to give a station the ability to queue for a busy line group.
Programming:
‘1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. From the COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
6. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
7. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
8-12 Line Features PrOgramming
8.3
Copy Model Line (Block Programming, Line)
Description:
Program some or all line ports to have the same programming as a model line port.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select model line and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name of model line to be copied
and press ENTER.
5. Type line port numbers of lines to match model and press ENTER.
(Type line port numbers as n,n,nn or n-nn. )
6. Press ESCAPE to end.
Line Features Programming 8-13
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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8.4
Dire& Inward Dialing (DID) Support
The DID line board allows incoming CO calls to reach internal DXP Ph intercom extensions by direct dialing.
No attendant assistance is necessary. Since DID lines are incoming only, their direct appearance is limited to
attendant stations where status indication may be useful. DID operation requires a group of published directory
numbers (400 maximum) provided by the telephone company central office (CO). These directory numbers are
incoming only and the DXP Plus translates them to the appropriate personal or group intercom number for
ringing. The lines will accept outgoing DTMF digits during a call to support personal identification number
dialing and similar uses.
The DXP Plus handles DID calls in the same manner that it handles regular intercom calls and will forward them
via a hunt list or a call forwarding scheme. An unanswered DID call will either continue to ring or route to a
progmmrned ring no-answer (RNA) destination. If neither forwarding nor RNA is available, the system provides
no routing.
The system returns a ringback signal to DID callers when a called station is in the do not disturb (DND) mode.
The system returns an off-hook indication to the CO when a DID line is disabled. The DXP Plus synchronized
ringing feature does not have any affect on DID calls, and the Caller ID feature is not available.
The DID line is a reverse-battery, loop-start, two-wire voice circuit. (The term reverse battery means that it is the
DXP Plus and not the CO that provides tip and ring supervisory battery for the loop.) The DXP Plus sends and
receives all supervisory and voice signals across the voice pair and provides all necessary signal control at its line
interface.
In the idle state, the loop is open at the CO end, with the DXP Plus maintaining on-hook battery polarity on the
circuit. The CO requests service from the DXP Plus by applying a resistance across te line causing a current flow
to occur. The DXP Plus recognizes the current flow as a CO connection and prepares for the incoming call. The
CO does not send ringin since the DXP Plus generates it internally and sends it to the stations.
After the DXP Plus receives all of the address digits, it translates them based on the appropriate DID block
translation table and attempts to place the call to the desired station. To assure that the caller will always hear
ringback prior to the call being answered (for example, when answered by voice mail), the system delays the
station ringing until it applies ringback tone.
The called station sounds a distinctive ringing based on the ring code in the translation table. If the translation
table has a name for the CO digit sequence that the DID call is on, the LCD of the called station displays that
name. Otherwise, the station displays the DID block name followed by a portion of the CO digit string. If there is
neither CO digit string name nor DID block name programmed, the station displays the CO digit string alone.
If an incoming call is for either an unassigned or an uninstalled station, the DXP Plus routes the call to the DID
block alternate extension. If the DID Block alternate extension is unavailable, the DXP Phs routes the call to the
Dial 0 attendant. If the Dial 0 attendant is unavailable, the DXP Plus returns reorder tone to the caller.
The DXP Plus returns call progress signals to the CO in the interval after it receives address signalling and before
it answers. It does this within 1.5 seconds after completion of address signalling.
When a called station answers a DID call, the DXP Plus sends answer supervision to the CO by applying reverse
polarity to the line. The DXP Plus maintains this polarity reversal until either the station goes on-hook or the CO
opens the loop.
The CO signals a line disconnect condition to the DXP Plus by opening the loop. When the DXP Plus detects the
CO disconnect, it returns the line to idle polarity and changes the line from busy to idle. The DXP Plus signals a
line disconnect condition to the CO by returning the supervision battery polarity to the on-hook state. While
immediate start lines return to idle at once, wink and dela start lines maintain busy status until the DXP Plus
detects CO release.
6-14 Line Features Programming
8.4. I
Direct In ward Dialing Line Examples
Example 1:
Jenny’s Bakery has the following CO numbering blocks:
555-3600 to 555-3619,
555-4520 to 555-4539,
555-1200 to 555-1399.
It will receive the 36nn and 45nn calls through CO lines l-5 and the lnnn calls through CO lines 6-8. The system
requires two DID blocks for use: block one for CO lines l-5, and block two for CO lines 6-8. The numbers in
DID block one have two unique digits and the numbers in DID block two have three unique digits. Assume that
DID block one is configured as wink start, tone dial, has a 2-digit string, and is named SALES. Assume DID
block two is configured as delay start, tone dial, has a 3-digit string, and is named SERVICE.
Example 2:
Ed’s Telephone Mart starts with 20 CO numbers 555-2320 to 555-2339. Only one DID block is used and is
configured as wink start, pulse dial, with a 2-digit string. As the company grows, they add another 20 CO
numbers 555-3420 to 555-3439. You cannot simply add these numbers to the existing DID block translation
table. This is because a 2-digit string will not uniquely specify which number was dialed. You must either treat
these two CO blocks as two different DID blocks or increase the expected digit string quantity to three.
Increasing the expected digits for a DID translation block deletes all entries in that
block, and you must reprogram the table.
Line Features Programming 8-75
8.4.2
DID Options
DID/DNIS Block Name
Description:
Choose a T-character name to associate with each DID/DNIS block.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.43.
DID Control Signalling
Description:
Decide upon which address supervision signalling protocol that you will use. This decision will
depend upon the type of supervision that is compatible with the CO requirements.
Immediate Start: Use this protocol for rotary (pulse dial) lines. With this protocol, the CO will
not expect address supervision signalling and may begin pulsing the dialing digits as soon as 65
msec. after it connects to the line.
Wink Start: With this protocol, the CO will expect address supervision signalling. After the
CO connects to the line, the DXP Plus will reverse the polarity of the line for a period of 200
msec when it is ready to receive digits (that is, the DTMF receiver is available for tone dial
lines). This “wink” signal indicates to the CO that the DXP Pkus is ready to receive incoming
digits. After the wink occurs and the line polarity returns to normal, the CO will begin sending
the dialing digits. If the CO does not see the wink within 4 to 8 seconds (heavy traffic timings),
it may route the call to network reorder or retry the call on another line. Typically, a CO will
try to dial two times. A second failure will result in network reorder. Wink start protocol is the
best choice for its combination of integrity checks and retrial capabilities.
Delay Start: With this protocol, the CO will expect address supervision signalling.
Approximately 100 msec. after the CO connects to the line, the DXP Plus will reverse the
polarity of the line for a period of at least 140 msec. It will hold this reversal until it is ready to
receive incoming digits. At that time, it will return the polarity to normal. After the line
polarity returns to normal, the CO will begin sending the dialing digits. If the CO does not see
the line polarity return to normal within 4 to 8 seconds, it will route the call to network reorder.
There is no requirement for the CO to retry failures on lines with delay dial signalling.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
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Expected CO Digits
Description:
Obtain a block of numbers for use from the CO. The DXP Plus supports a maximum of 400
numbers (for example, 555-1000 through 555-1399). You can have a maximum of four DID
blocks with each DID block using its own name, signalling protocol, digit addressing method
and number of digits needed to avoid numbering conflicts. As a default, the system assigns all
DID lines to block one. A DID block represents a group of lines that the system will use to
receive calls for one or more CO directory number blocks.
NOTE: You will derive maximum user convenience ifyou choose the CO block to match the
intercom numbers that you have assigned to the DXP Plus system. (For example, if your
intercom numbers are 1000 - 1399, they would match the sample CO block.)
Determine the quantity of unique digits in the string that you expect to receive from the CO.
The number of digits expected should be large enough to avoid numbering conflicts within a
DID block and provide future growth. In the case of the CO block mentioned above, the
quantity of unique digits is three to cover 1000 through 1399. If the CO block was 555-l 100
through 555-l 192, the string quantity would be two to cover 00 through 480.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
Dialing Mode
Description:
Based upon the system’s expected incoming call volume and recommendations and
requirements of the CO, determine whether the CO will send address digits by DTMF tones or
by loop pulse (rotary) dialing. (Always choose DTMF tones if possible.)
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
ANI Delivery
Description:
Enable or disable the DXP Plus to process ANI information that is delivered by the long
distance common carrier as a Tl feature on dial 800 and dial 900 lines. Refer to Section 8.7.1
for details about the ANI feature.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
DISA Voice Options
Description:
Use the DISA Voice Options 1 through 4 to select digital voice announce (DVA) message
levels. For example, selecting DISA voice option 2 will cause welcome greeting 2, day main
menu 2, night main menu 2, recall no answer 2, and recall busy 2 prompts to play whenever a
DISA-configured DID line is covered by DVA. Refer to Section I6 for complete DVA
programming details.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
DID Alternate Routing
Description:
Use this procedure to select an attendant station to serve as an alternate routing station. The
system will route DID calls to this station if it cannot find the digits it receives from the CO in
the translation table. The system will ring this station with a distinctive ring tone or pattern that
you program. If you do not select an attendant station with this procedure, the system routes the
call to the dial 0 station. If the dial 0 station is not available, the system returns a reorder tone to
the caller.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.4.3.
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DIDlDNlS Programming
Programming: 1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From the main menu, type the selection for lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, type the selection for DID/DNIS block programming
and press ENTER.
4. From the DID/DNIS block prompt line, type the DID/DNIS block number
and press ENTER.
5. From the DID/DNIS block programming menu, select options, and press ENTER
6. From the options menu, set the parameters for the DID/DNIS block that you are
programming:
NZUllt3
Type up to seven characters and press ENTER.
NOTE: End the DID/DNIS block name with a space if you desire a blank space between the
name and the CO digits when they show on an LCD speakerphone’s display. Also, the
number of CO digits that will show in the display is dependent on the length of the
DID/DNIS block name.
Control Signalling
Expected Digits
Dialing Mode
AN1 Delivery
DISA Voice Options
Alternate Routing
Ring Code
Press SPACE bar for protocol choice and press ENTER.
Type quantity (O-7) of digits and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for choice and press ENTER.
Press SPACE bar for Yes or No and press ENTER.
Type DVA message identification number (l-4) and press ENTER.
Type intercom number (up to four digits) for station to handle
misdialed calls.
Type code (1-8) to specify the ringing pattern for calls to the
alternate station.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing
then press ENTER to return to the DID/DNIS block programming menu.
iVOTE: If you save the changes and you have changed the expected digits value, additional
prompts may appear.
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8.4.4
Description:
DID/DNIS Translation Tables
When you initialize a translation table, you must first enter the string of CO digits that you
obtain from the telephone company. Then you must enter the intercom number that you want to
match with the first CO digit sequence in the string. With this, the system automatically
matches the remainder of the CO digit string to consecutive intercom numbers beginning with
the one that you entered. You can edit the translation table by selecting the item number for
each entry and making the changes that you deem necessary. The translation table includes the
following listed items:
CO Dipit String: This is the actual string of digits expected from the CO. Within a table, each
CO digit sequence in the string must be unique. While each CO digit sequence must have an
assigned extension number, you can assign the same extension number to several CO digit
sequences if you wish.
Name: As an option, you can enter a seven character name for each CO digit sequence in the
string. If you assign a name, the system will use it for LCD display during signalling.
Dav Number: This personal or group intercom number is the one that the system will ring when
a DID/DNIS call arrives through the matching CO digit sequence during normal or daytime
operations. DID/DNIS will not support Delay Ring, Day 1 ring, or Day 2 ring modes.
Nipht Number: As an option, you can assign a personal or group intercom number that the
system can ring when a DID/DNIS call arrives through the matching CO digit sequence during
night transfer (of ringing) operations.
Rinp Code: As an option you can choose one of eight distinctive ringing codes for each CO
digit sequence in the string. Remember, the proprietary analog telephones provide only four
distinctive ring possibilities.
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DID Translation Tables Programming
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, type the selection for lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, type the selection for DID/DNIS block programming
and press ENTER.
4. From the DID/DNIS block prompt line, type the DID block number and press ENTER.
5. From the DID/DNIS block programming menu, select initialize translation table,
and press ENTER,
NOTE: Ifyou choose the initialize translation table entry, the system will prompt you to enter a
range of CO digit strings (system maximum is 400 strings and maximum digits per string
is seven) and a starting extension number corresponding to the first CO digit string*
Once you confirm your changes, the system will update the translation table with
sequential extension numbers that are associated with the sequence of CO digit strings.
You can repeat this process, as needed, for other sequences of numbers.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE to return to the DID/DNIS block programming menu.
7. From the DID/DNIS block programming menu, select edit translation table,
and press ENTER.
The screen shows a translation table in which you can perform selective editing.
NOTE: If there are more numbers in the DID/DNLS block than the screen can show9 the system
places them on underlying pages. Press and hold CONTROL and type N or P to display
each next or previous page. The tab/e will form the screen so the CO digits are
displayed in sequential order. You can add additional entries to the end of the table that
will appear in sorted order the next time you access the table.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE three times to return to main menu.
You can erase the entries in the translation table using the system default menu.
1 e From the main menu, select system and press ENTER.
2. From the system menu, select defaults, and press ENTER.
3. From the defaults menu, select DID translation tables and press ENTER.
4. Type the DID/DNIS block number (1-Q and press ENTER. The system automatically
removes all entries in the chosen table.
5. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
DIDiDNIS Translation Table, Default
Description:
You can clear programmed translation tables with this procedure.
Programming;
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select defaults and press ENTER.
4. From defaults menu, select DID translation table and press ENTER.
5. Type DID/DNIS table number (l-4) and press ENTER.
6. Repeat step 5 until finished.
7. Press ESCAPE to end.
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8.5
Ground Start Line Support
Description:
The multipurpose line board provides system interface for loop start lines, ground start lines,
and E and M tie lines. These are typically the three different line types that the central office
(CO) makes available for connection to the public switched network. With the ground start line
type, the DXP Plus momentarily grounds the ring lead to signal the CO to establish a
communications link for an outgoing call. When the CO detects this, it acknowledges by
momentarily grounding the tip lead. The DXP Plus responds by removing its ground
connection and bridging itself across the tip and ring leads. The CO then removes its ground
connection and returns dial tone to the DXP Plus.
For an incoming call, the CO grounds the tip lead and places an alternating voltage on the ring
lead for the DXP Plus to sense. If you set the incoming alert signal to its ring optional setting,
the DXP Plus detects tip-lead ground and then causes its ring generator to generate ringing to
the station being called. If you set the incoming alert signal to its ring required setting, the DXP
Plus waits until the CO applies the alternating voltage before the DXP Plus generates ringing to
the station. When a station answers the ringing, the circuit is completed as it is for outgoing
calls.
Because ground start lines are controlled at both ends, they are capable of a release supervision
that provides a sure means of determining when a distant party hangs up his or her telephone.
This is very important in applications where the system costs the calls. Also, since the
signalling protocol indicates which end requests the line, it helps prevent call collisions and
glare and thus is useful in applications where there is a high volume of incoming and outgoing
calls occurring on the same lines.
Ground start lines are standard protocol for remote networking and are useful for connecting the
DXP Plus to private branch exchange (PBX) equipment. For ground start lines to be
dependable, you must ensure that you have connected the DXP Plus to a low resistan telephone
company ground.
NOTE: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires that you inform the central
ofJice that the DXP Plus is configured as an MF (multipurpose) registered device if you
connect it to ground start lines.
With ground start lines, set the following feature parameters:
- Incoming Alert Signal
q
For rinz reauired, the DXP Plus must detect a ring signal on the line before it will send a
ring signal to a station. This method is normally used with systems that use synchronized
ringing to prevent a long first ring.
0
For r=inP ontional, the DXP Plus sends a ring signal to a station as soon as it detects a
ground on the tip lead of the line (put there by the calling equipment) or when it detects a
ring signal on the line. This method allows the station to receive a ring signal in less time
than the ring required method does; however, phantom ringing can occur on poorly
grounded lines or lines that fail from the CO.
- Dialing Mode
- Toll Groups
- Busy Lead
- voice mail ID
Programming:
- Incoming Alert Signal
- DTMF Level
- Caller ID Active
- Line Group
Refer to Section 8.5. I.
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Ground Start Line Support Programming
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
Type line port number l-240 or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
The system displays page 1 of the line programming menu.
5. From line programming menu, type item number for line type and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar to toggle line type and press ENTER.
7. From line programming menu, type item number for another parameter and press ENTER.
8. Respond to prompt action for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for all required parameters.
10. Press CONTROL and type N and the system will display the menu page 2 of line
programming menu.
Programming: 1 D
2.
3.
4.
NOTE: The programming items shown on menu page 2 are for the line port type that you
selected in step 7. These items will be different for each line type.
11. From menu page 2 of line programming menu, type item number for feature
and press ENTER.
12. Respond to prompt line action for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
13. From menu page 2 of line programming menu, repeat steps 1 I and 12 for
all required choices,
14. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
15. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
16. Repeat steps for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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LOOD Start Line Sumort
Description:
The multipurpose line board provides system interface for loop start lines, ground start lines,
and E and M tie lines. These are typically the three different line types that the central office
(CO) makes available for connection to the public switched network. With the loop start line
type, the DXP Plus bridges a resistance across the tip and ring leads to signal the CO to
establish a communications link for an outgoing call. The CO detects the resulting current flow
and supplies dial tone to the DXP Plus. The CO signals an incoming call to the DXP Plus by
placing an alternating voltage (ring signal) on the tip lead for the DXP Plus to sense. The DXP
Plus then generates ringing to the station being called. When a station answers the ringing, the
circuit is completed as it was for outgoing calls. Loop start lines can not provide any sure
means of determining when a distant party hangs up his or her telephone. For a system that
experiences moderate incoming and outgoing call volume and does not cost calls, loop start
lines provide an economical choice for connecting the DXP Plus to the central office (CO)
equipment. When you use line 1 for the power-fail mode, you must program that line to be a
loop-start line unless the industry-standard telephone that you use as a power-fail station is a
ground-start device.
With loop start lines, set the following feature parameters:
- Positive Disconnect Time
- Dialing Mode
- Abandon Hold Release
- DTMF Level
- Busy Lead
- Toll Groups
- Voice Mail ID
- Disconnect Supervision
- Caller ID Active
- Line Group
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
Type line port number l-240 or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
The system displays page 1 of the line programming menu.
5. From menu page 1 of line programming menu, type item number for line type
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar to toggle line type (choose loop start, ground start, or E and M tie line)
and press ENTER.
7. From menu page 1 of line programming menu, type item number for another line
parameter, press ENTER.
8. Press SPACE bar for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
9. From menu page 1 of line programming menu, repeat steps 8 and 9 for all required choices.
10. Press CONTROL and type N and the system will display the menu page 2 of line
programming menu.
NOTE: The programming items shown on menu page 2 are for the line port type that you
selected in step 7. These items will be different for each line type.
11. From menu page 2 of line programming menu, type item number for feature
and press ENTER.
12. Press SPACE bar for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
13. From menu page 2 of line programming menu, repeat steps 11 and 12 for
all required choices.
14. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
15. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
16. Repeat steps for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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Pie Line Support
The multipurpose line board provides system interface for loop start lines, ground start lines, and E and M tie
lines. These are typically the three different line types that the central office (CO) makes available for connection
to the public switched network. The tie line connections (also known as tie trunk access) are special circuits that
allow, on either a dial-up or a continuous connection (hot line) basis, the DXP Plus to communicate with remotely
located equipment such as: another DXP Plus, a PBX, or other common carrier (OCC) equipment for long
distance calls.
NOTE: Tie lines are primarily for incoming calls to a DXP Plus and depend upon sofiare controlling
the remote site.
Tie lines can be a part of a private or leased network and can be metallic, carrier current, Tl, or microwave. The E
and M line provides control signalling between local and remote systems. When a local DXP Plus puts a request
for service on the M lead, the remote equipment detects this request on its E lead. As an option it can also respond
by putting an alerting signal on its M lead.
8.7.1
Tie Line Paramefers
Tie Line Types (Connect Mode)
Description:
The DXP Plus supports two different types of E and M lines. The E and M Direct type is for
direct connection between two telephone systems and is also known as a metallic connection.
The E and M Carrier type is for tie lines that run through a central off%ze (CO) interface;
however, some COs also provide a metallic connection interface.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
Tie Line Standard-Protocol Signalling (Control Signalking)
Description:
The system can respond to either one of three different standard-protocols of E and M signalling. They are known
as: immediate signalling, wink signalling, and delayed signalling. You must program the desired protocol type to
match that provided by the CO or the remote equipment.
Immediate Signalling: With this signalling method, the called DXP Plus answers as soon as the calling DXP
Plus initiates the call. This signalling method is usually used if the line is programmed for hot line operation or is
programmed for pulse dialing. It is best to avoid this type of signalling in any other circumstances.
Wink SignaIling: With this signalling method, the called DXP Plus places a momentary signal reversal (wink) on
its M lead to alert the calling DXP Plus system that it is ready to receive information The calling DXP Plus
controls the status of the M lead and watches for a return signal from the called DXP Plus on the E lead. A wink
occurs when the called DXP Plus is ready to receive dialed digits from the calling DXP Plus. Dialing can begin
only after the wink is complete. After the wink occurs, the called DXP Plus (if it is programmed for dialing)
returns dial tone to the calling DXP Plus as an indication it is ready to receive digits. This signalling method is
the preferred protocol for use between two DXP Plus systems.
Delayed Signalling: With delay dial signalling, the called DXP Plus immediately responds to the calling DXP
Plus by sending an off-hook signal on its M lead. It holds this off-hook condition until it is ready to receive digits
and then returns its M lead to on-hook. After this signal exchange occurs, the called DXP Plus (if it is
programmed for dialing) returns dial tone to the calling DXP Plus as an indication it is ready to receive digits.
This signalling method is most useful if the DXP Plus is connected to another manufacturer’s PBX with
incompatible wink timing parameters.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
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Tie Line Non-Standard Protocol Signalling (Line Access)
Description:
You can program the system to respond to two types of non-standard tie line signalling
protocols. They are known as hot line and intercom dialing.
Hot Line: You can program the system for hot-line operation so that as soon as a user accesses
the tie line, the station or stations at the distant system that have access to the personal or group
intercom assigned to the hot line will ring. If you arrange for access by hot line, you must enter
the extension that will automatically ring when the tie line is seized by the calling DXP Plus. If
you do not enter an extension, the system will ring the dial 0 station, and if it is unavailable, the
system will return dial tone to the caller.
Intercom Dialing: Alternately, you can program the system for intercom dialing mode so that
as soon as users access the tie line they will hear dial tone. Upon hearing dial tone, they can
dial either a personal or group intercom number at the distant system.,
NOTE: Intercom feature codes of one DXP Plus are not available to callers from the other DXP
Plus nor can those callers access a line through the distant DXP Plus using line group
access codes.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
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Automatic Number Identification (ANI) Delivery
Description:
Automatic Number Identification (ANI) is a Tl service feature for both E&M and DID lines.
Long distance common carriers offer ANI as a feature to dial $00 and dial 900 lines. The ANI
feature provides information to an internal telephone system that identifies the telephone
number of the calling party. Businesses served by a dial 800 or dial 900 service allow any
available user to answer the calls and have their internal telephone system process the ANI
information to identify the caller’s telephone number.
The common carrier supplies ANI information as DTMF digits. When the ANI feature is
combined with the Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) feature, the common carrier
also delimits the DNIS information from the ANI information with an asterisk (%) tone so that
the DXP Plus can process each portion properly.
The DXP Plus system decodes the AN1 information and sends the caller’s number to the called
telephone and to the SMDRKMDA line reports. If the called telephone is an LCD
speakerphone, its display shows the caller’s number. This display is shown for all conditions
(that is, transferred calls, call forward and so forth). The DXP Plus also sends the calling
number information to the SMDR/SMDA line report and makes the information available to
devices that are connected to the DXP Plus’s Bpen Architecture Interface @AI).
When you assign ANI to lines that callers reach by diahng access codes, the DXP P&us
processes all incoming digits as AN1 digits until it encounters the delimiter. The DXP Plus then
processes the remainder of the incoming digits as DNIS call routing digits. When you assign
ANI to lines that callers reach without dialing any digits (such as, E&M hot line or DID lines
with 0 digits expected), the DXP Plus processes all incoming digits as ANI digits until it
encounters the end delimiter. The DXP Plus then routes the call to one of the followingintercom
numbers: the one that services the E&M hot line number, the one that serves as the DID/DNIS
default, or the one that serves as the operator for the system.
The DID, E&M DNIS, and E&M tie lines all can access the Direct Inward System Access
(DISA) feature when the caller dials the DISA access code or when the DID/DNIS digits
translate to the DISA access code. The system distinguishes the DISA code from the preceding
AN1 information.
Since the DXP Plus supports AN1 only on tone dial lines, is supports both wink start and delay
start protocols but does not support the immediate start protocol.
Programming:
Use the Section 8.7.2 procedure to enable DXP Plus processing of ANI information for tie lines
and program the tie line attributes.
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Call Announce
Description:
This feature, when enabled, allows tie line callers from outside the system to voice announce
incoming calls to the DXP Plus station after they hear an alert tone. You must also arrange the
DXP Plus system to respond to voice announce intercom calls.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
Dialing Mode
Description:
Program the tie line to match either a DTMF tone or a rotary (pulse) dialing line as supplied by
the central office (CO).
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
Toll Groups
Description:
You must identify the tie lines that you do not want users to use when they dial toll restricted
numbers. Do this by first assigning the tie lines to toll groups and then assigning those toll
groups to the restricted number. There are 32 toll groups available for line assignment. Assign
one, several, or all lines to any desired toll group or combination of toll groups as needed. See
Section II for complete toll restriction programming details.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.5.
DTMF Level
Description:
Adjust the audio level of the tie line’s DTMF signals to a low (-5 db), medium (0 db), or high
(+3 db) setting. Certain sites may require a higher db level to over come line conditions that
could interfere with reliable dialing.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
DISA
Description:
Enable or disable DISA capability on the tie line.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2.
DISA Voice Options
Description:
Use the DISA Voice Options 1 through 4 to select digital voice announce (DVA) message
levels. For example, selecting DISA voice option 2 will cause welcome greeting 2, day main
menu 2, night main menu 2, recall no answer 2, and recall busy 2 prompts to play whenever a
DISA-configured tie line is covered by DVA. Refer to Section 14.3 for complete DVA
programming details.
Programming:
Refer to Section 8.7.2
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8.7.2
Programming:
Tie Line Support Programming
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
Type line port number l-240 or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
The system displays page 1 of the line programming menu
5. From line programming menu, type item number for line type and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar to toggle line type and press ENTER.
7. From line programming menu, type item number for another line parameter, press ENTER,
8. Respond to screen prompt action for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for all required parameter choices.
10. Press CONTROL and type N and the system will display the menu page 2 of line
programming menu.
NOTE: The programming items shown on menu page 2 are for the line port type that you
selected in step 7. These items will be different for each line type.
11 0 From menu page 2 of line programming menu, type item number for feature
and press ENTER.
12. Respond to screen prompt action for feature setting, and press ENTER to accept setting.
13. Repeat steps 11 and 12 for all required parameter choices.
14. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
15. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
16. Repeat steps for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Programming
Through the DISA programming routines, you can configure a system to allow outside callers to call directly into
the system. DISA callers can dial authorization codes that allow them to use the system’s features that are
normally available only to inside callers.
NOTE: It is possible to use the automatic route selection (ARS) feature (Section 12) along with the DZSA feature
to route DZSA calls that pass through the system. Zf you enable this application, you may need to add
pauses in the ARS modtfj digits table (Section 14.4.4) to accountfor the time delay the system experiences
in obtaining the CO dial tone. The amount of time delay varies for each installation; therefore, you must
test your installation to determine the time required to obtain a CO dial tone when using the DZSA feature.
You can then adjust the system timing pause time or add multiple pauses to o$set this delay.
8.8.1
DISA Cofigura tion (DISA Specific Programming)
Description:
The purpose of the DISA specific programming is to perform the following tasks:
- Enable extensions where day/night DISA calls will be routed when call-routing is necessary,
- Enable proprietary voice mail to receive DISA calls and route the calls to a dedicated mailbox
that holds the appropriate intercept greetings,
- Select access Iockout time (the amount of time that the line remains locked-out from use
after invalid conditions occur-such as, when a caller repeatedly dials an invalid
authorization code),
- Select the timeout period for DISA extensions that ring without answer (RNA),
- Select the maximum timeout period for the reminder tone that sounds during an in-process
call when the DISA caller is using an outside line and the system has no disconnect
supervision. This tone sounds at set intervals to remind the caller that he or she must dial
a code (any single digit) or be disconnected within 10 seconds,
- Select the option to either route a DISA call or drop it after caller dials an invalid
authorization code
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select DISA configuration and press ENTER.
From the DISA configuration menu, select Day Routing Extension and press ENTER.
Type day routing extension number and press ENTER.
Type night routing extension number and press ENTER.
Type voice mail Routing ID (up to eight digits) and press ENTER.
Toggle the SPACE bar to select access lockout times (2,5, 10, 15,30 minutes)
and press ENTER.
9. Type the ring no answer (RNA) rings of 0 through 9, and press ENTER.
10. Toggle the SPACE bar to select Maximum Reminder Timeout periods of (2,5, 10, 15,30
minutes) and press ENTER.
11. Toggle the SPACE bar to select Route or Drop from Route/Drop Invalid Access field and
press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
13. Press ESCAPE to end.
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8.8.2
Enabling Or Disabling DISA Lines
Description:
Use the following programming instructions to enable or disable DISA capability on lines 1
through 240. Also, use the DISA Voice Options 1 through 4 to select digital voice announce
(DVA) messages. For example, selecting DISA voice option 2 will cause welcome greeting 2,
day main menu 2, night main menu 2, recall no answer 2, and recall busy 2 prompts to play
whenever a DISA line is covered by DVA. Refer to section 14.3 for complete DVA
programming details.
Programming
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8.8.3
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER*
Enter line number you want to program and press ENTER.
From the line (number) programming menu (page 2), select DISA and press ENTER.
Toggle the SPACE bar to select/deselect DISA and press ENTER.
Enter 1 through 4 for the DISA Voice Options and press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Enter the number for the next line you want to program or press ESCAPE to end.
Programming DISA Authorization Codes
Description:
DISA callers with assigned authorization codes have access to advanced system features.
Authorization codes are associated with either personal or group intercom numbers; therefore,
when a DISA caller enters his or her authorization code, the code alerts the system as to what
features to make available to the caller. Once callers access features with authorization codes,
the access remains in effect until any idle time exceeds the authorization code time-out period.
Use this programming procedure to assign or modify authorization codes and to tie the
authorization codes to accompaning intercom numbers. Use the Section 8.8.4 procedure to
assign a station class of service to the intercom numbers.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select SMDABMDR and press ENTER.
From SMDAKMDR menu, type item number for authorization codes and press ENTER.
From authorization code menu, type line number to add, remove, or modify authorization
codes and press ENTER.
5. Type authorization code (up to 6 digits) and press ENTER.
NOTE: You can include a programmed pause as part of the authorization code by typing a p at
the point in the code where you wish a pause to occur. If you include a pause, a user
must wait the programmed pause time at the proper point when he or she dials the DLSA
authorization code because the pause is now part of the code.
6. If adding or modifying a code, type intercom number that it is associated
with and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE once.
8. Type item number to display authorization codes for review and press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE to end.
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Remote COS Programming
DISA callers that have assigned authorization codes have access to advanced system features.
The features that they have access to are controlled by the station class of service that you
assign with this programming procedure. The intercom number that is associated with this
remote COS assignment is the same intercom number that is associated with the caller’s DISA
authorization code that you set using the Section 8.8.3 procedure.
Description:
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Intercom number and press ENTER.
From Intercom menu, select Modify Intercoms and press ENTER.
Enter intercom number and press ENTER. (Remember, this is the intercom number
that you set in Section 8.8.4 to correspond with the DISA authorization code.)
5. Select Remote COS and press ENTER.
6. Enter station class of service number l-32 and press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Programming: 1.
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8.8.5
Remote Day Exception Number/Night Exception Number
Description:
A DISA caller may have access to an outside line where the toll restriction is based on the
DISA authorization code that is associated with a particular class of service. Remote day and
night exception numbers allow DISA callers to dial numbers that their toll restriction normally
prevents them from dialing. If a toll restriction table exception number matches one of the
exception numbers that you assign using this procedure, the DISA caller is allowed to dial the
number.
The exception number values that you can assign are 1 through 32 and NONE. You can assign
32 exception numbers to each DISA class of service. You also must assign one exception
number to each toll restriction table line entry (Section II. 7).
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for day exception number
and press ENTER.
6. Type day exception number (O-32) (n, nn, n-nn, or 0 for none) and press ENTER.
7. Repeat step 6 for night exception number.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
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Programming Intercom Numbers
o Understanding Station Numbering
l Modifying Intercom Numbers . . .
l Adding Intercom Numbers . . . .
l Removing Intercom Numbers . . .
l Renumbering Intercom Numbers .
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Intercom Number Programming 9-1
DXP Bhs Programming Ins trerctions
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9.1
Understanding Station Numbering
The system provides a maximum of 1000 intercom slots with 480 slots set up as personal intercom numbers. This
means that the system provides up to 520 group intercom numbers. All intercom numbers are four digits, and at
default, the system assigns blocks of intercom numbers in the following catagories:
1001-1480 = personal intercom numbers
400 l-4480,5000-5039 = group intercom numbers
5040-5999 = unassigned-used for renumbering purposes
6000-8999 = feature codes
Because there are no dedicated station ports in the DXP Plus, the system uses an automatic configuration method
to logically number its stations. Automatic configuration occurs after you perform a mode-+ne or mode-two
master clear on the system.
How
automatk
configuration
works
With automatic configuration, the system does a search for all installed station boards in the
main and expansion cabinets, and assigns a logical number for each provided station
encountered during the search. The search begins in the main cabinet at the left-most universal
slot and proceeds left to right. The search then moves to the upper expansion cabinet where it
searches left-most slot to right-most slot. The search finally moves to the lower expansion
cabinet where it again searches left-most slot to right-most slot. When automatic configuration
is finished, the system has logically numbered all station ports in ascending order from the
left-most slot to right-most slot throughout the entire system.
The logical number of a station corresponds to its relationship to other stations in the system but
How logical
is not dependent upon the board’s placement in the cabinet. The physical location of a station
number and
physical location corresponds to the order of the system’s board slots. The main cabinet contains slots l-9, the
relate to one
upper expansion cabinet contains slots 10-20, and the lower expansion cabinet contains slots
21-30. Therefore, even if the first encountered station board is located in slot five of the main
another
cabinet, the system still assigns logical number one to the first station provided by that board.
During installation, you can skip slots. For example, you can install 16-station digital station
boards in only slots one and 30 if you wish. In this case, slot one yields logical station numbers
1-16 and slot 30 yields logical station numbers 17-32. A newly defaulted system assigns
personal intercom number 1001 to logical station one and continues in an assending sequence
until it assigns personal intercom number 1480 to logical number 480.
Adding boards
without
renumbering
If you install or relocate a station board, this board does not operate until you.take appropriate
programming action (Section 15). If you use an available open slot for adding or relocating a
board, that board’s stations assume logical numbers in sequence after the system’s last assigned
logical station number. For example, if the system’s last logical station number is 24, the logical
numbers of the newly installed board’s stations begin at logical number 25.
Logical numbers previously assigned to a removed board are available for reassignment.
Stations of an added or relocated board first assume the logical numbers made available by the
vacated slot. For example, if the system’s last logical number is 64 and you remove the board
providing stations with logical numbers 1-16, the stations on an added board assume logical
numbers beginning with 1 instead of 65. However, if you remove an eight-station board and add
a 16-station board, the first eight stations stations on the added board assume logical numbers
1-8 and the last eight stations assume logical numbers 65-72.
Remember, should you master clear the system, the automatic configuration feature logically
numbers all station ports in ascending order from the left-most slot to right-most slot throughout
the entire system. This action renumbers those stations provided by boards that you have added
or relocated since you last performed the system master clear.
9-2 In tercsm Number Programming
9.2
Modifying Intercom Numbers
Description:
Use this programming procedure to modify intercom numbers and station names. A display
name is composed of a maximum of seven characters and shows in the display of an LCD
speakerphone as a identification aid. A full name is composed of a maximum of 20 characters
and shows in some voice mail and open architecture interface applications. You can compose a
valid name from any alpha-numeric character; however, the first character of a display name
must be an alphabetic character. Refer to Section 7.2.2 for the creating station names procedure.
Programming:
1.
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6.
Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
From main menu, select intercom numbers and press ENTER.
From intercom numbers menu, select modify intercoms and press ENTER.
Type the intercom number to be modified and press ENTER.
Type the row number for extension and press ENTER.
Type the new intercom number and press ENTER.
NOTE: You can select a new intercom numberfrom 5040 to 5999 if the system’s intercom
numbers are at default; however, you can select any four-digit intercom number if you
remove dialing conflicts that the system prompts you about.
6. Type display name (a-z, A-Z, O-9, punctuation, special characters, and so forth)
and press ENTER.
A display name can be up to seven characters long.
7. Type full name (a-z, A-Z, O-9, punctuation, special characters, and so forth)
and press ENTER.
A full name can be up to 20 characters long.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-8 for each intercom number or press ESCAPE to end.
9.3
Adding Intercom Numbers
Description:
Use the procedure to add intercom numbers.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
2. From main menu, select intercom numbers and press ENTER.
3. From intercom numbers menu, select add intercoms and press ENTER.
4. Type intercom number to be added and press ENTER.
5. Type g for group intercom or p for personal intercom and press ENTER.
6. Type the station port number (1480) and press ENTER.
7. If a prompt line indicates a conflict, type y to overwrite or n to reject and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
intercom Number Programming 9-3
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
Grow Intercom Access
Description:
Use this procedure to add group intercom numbers to stations for their use. Also refer to
Section 7.3 to map buttons for group intercom number selection.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station being programmed
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type a for add or r for remove and press ENTER.
7. Type group intercom numbers ( type nnnn,nnnn, nnnn or type nnnn-nnnn)
and press ENTER.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE three times.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
9.3.2
Intercom Hunt List
Description:
Place personal intercom and group intercom numbers in a list with this programming procedure.
Calls to a busy hunt list number will search the list for an idle number at which to ring. Up to
eight intercom numbers are allowed in a hunt list. These can be all group intercom numbers or
one personal intercom number and seven group intercom numbers. Do not place the same group
intercom number in more than one hunt list.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number of station being programmed and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Type intercom numbers for list (up to eight allowed separated with commas - include the
personal intercom of station being programmed for intercom call hunting; otherwise,
only line calls to the station will hunt) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
9-4 Intercom Nomber Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Removing Intercom Numbers
Use this procedure to remove intercom numbers.
Description:
NOTE: If you remove or renumber an intercom number, be sure that you do not use the old
intercom number in button mapping, hunt lists, call forwarding and similar applications.
Programming:
9.5
1. Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
2. From main menu, select intercom numbers and press ENTER.
3. From the intercom numbers menu, select remove intercoms and press ENTER.
4. Type intercom number to be removed and press ENTER.
5. Press ESCAPE to end.
Renumbering intercom Numbers
Description:
Use this procedure to renumber one intercom number or a block of intercom numbers
NOTE: Ifyou remove or renumber an intercom number, be sure that you do not use the old
intercom number in button mapping, hunt lists, call forwarding and similar applications.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for the main menu.
2. From main menu, select intercom numbers and press ENTER.
3. From the intercom numbers menu, select renumber and press ENTER.
4. Type station ports 1480 (type as n, nn, nnn or n-nnn) to renumber and press ENTER.
5. Type the beginning intercom number in the series to be assigned to
the block and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE to end.
Intercom Number Programming 9-5
Programming Call Costing and
Station Message- Detail
Accounting and Reports
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Call Costing and SMDAASMDR Programming 10-1
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10.1
SMDALSMDR Parameters
IO. 1. I
Dial Time Limit
Description.-
Program the amount of time that the system ignores for dialing purposes e The system does not
cost dialing time when it records the time of a call for costing purposes. Refer to Section 12.5
for related call costing information.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR programming menu, select SMDBrISMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
10.1.2
Answer Time Limit
Program the amount of time that the system waits before beginning to cost a cab. This time
allows for a call to ring and be answered before being costed. Refer to Section 62.5 for related
call costing information
Description:
Programming: 1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR programming menu, select SMDAISMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
IO. 1.3
SMDR Print Parameter
Description:
When you turn on the SMDR with this programming action, the system provides continuous
printout of system-wide station call activity as it is collected. You can arrange for the printout to
include the cost of each reported call or to report the calls without the costing information
Refer to Section 12.5 for related call costing information
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select SMDAKMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDAISMDR programming menu, select SMDAISMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
1 O-2 CaN Costing and SMDABMDR Programming
IO. 1.4
SMDR Record Format
Description:
Choose either a station message detail report (SMDR) format or a station message detailed
accounting (SMDA) format for the reportThis section (Section 10.1.4) and Section 10.2.1
include examples of some typical reports for your reference.
The system presents each record in an 80-column format and ends it with a carriage return/line
feed. The following chart details the formats for both SMDR and SMDA records.
Column
l-4
6-8
9-l 1
13-20
22-26
29-33
36-39
43-58
65-7 1
Column
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7-l 1
15-18
21-28
30-34
37-43
4W6
4748
49-52
54-56
57-59
61-76
SMDR Records
Value
station number
line number
not currently used
month/day/year
time call was initiated (24-hour)
call duration (minutes and tenths or NOANS)
ring time (incoming call)
digits dialed on line (maximum of 16)
call cost (if enabled)
SMDA Records
Value
month/day
time call was initiated (24-hour)
station number
account code (two lines if greater that 8 digits)
call duration (minutes and tenths or NOANS)
call cost
call type (I = incoming, 0 = outgoing)
not currently used
ring time (incoming call)
line number
caller ID line
digits dialed on line (maximum of 16)
Format
nnnn
nnn
Justification
left
right
nnlnnlnn
nn:nn
nnn.n
nn.n
nnnn. . . n
$nnn.nn
right
right
right
right
left
right
Format
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nnn.n
$nnn.nn
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Justification
left
left
right
right
right
left
left
nn.n
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nnnn . . . n
right
right
left
left
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR programming menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDAKMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM +k # 0 +K 82 then dial code
5 = department records
1 = all records
2 = station reports 6 = automatic reports
7 = delete all records
3 = line reports
4 = account code reports
Call Costing and SMDABMDR Programming IO-3
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DXP Plus Progfammhg fns tructions
SMDR Record Sample Shown In SMDA Format
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09/23
09/23
09/23
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09/23
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Account Code (System Parameters)
Description:
Account codes are used to identify calls by category or by any other desired grouping, so that
the system can record costing by that category. You can arrange the system to force the user to
enter an account code and have the system verify it before it allows the user to make a call. Turn
on the account code feature for the entire system using this procedure. Also, enable or disable
system verification of the entered code. If you enable verification, the system compares the
account code entered by a station user with the programmed account code entries that you have
assigned. If the system does not find a match and you have enabled the forced account code
feature through station class of service, the system prevents any further dialing until the user
enters a matching account code. If you have not enabled verification, the system does not check
the entered account code for a match. See Section 10.3 for further account code programming
details.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR menu, select SMDAKMDR parameters and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for desired value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
10.1.6
Account Code Display And Account Code Display Time
Description:
As a feature to LCD speakerphone users, a message appears in the telephone’s display to
prompt the user to enter an account code during incoming and outgoing calls. If the system
does not require such a prompt (for example, because the account code feature is disabled), turn
off the prompting message display with this programming operation. If the system does require
the prompting display and you enable it using this procedure, also set the length of time that the
prompt shows on the user’s display. See Section 10.3 for further account code programming
details.
NOTE: When the account code display is on, the user must enter an account code within the
display time when he or she is making an outgoing call; otherwise, the system will drop
the line.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select SMDAlSMDR menu and press ENTER.
From SMDAKMDR menu select SMDA/SMDR parameters and press ENTER.
From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
When finished, press ESCAPE once.
If you enabled the display, continue with step 8. If you disabled the display,
press ESCAPE once and continue with step 11.
8. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
9. Press SPACE BAR for time.
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
DXP Plus Programming lnstruetions
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10.1.7
Account Code Length
An account code can be a minimum of three digits or a maximum of 16 digits. Use this
procedure to set the amount of account code digits. See Section 60.3 for further account code
programming details.
Description:
NOTE If you change the account code length you will delete
all currently programmed account codes.
Programming:
IO. 1.8
1 D Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press.
3. From SMDA/SMDR menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters and press ENTER.
4. From SMDAGMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Type the account digit amount (3-16).
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
SMDA Attendant Delete
Description:
Use this programming feature to provide the system attendant with the ability to delete SMDA
records from the system memory.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDAKMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDhVSMDR programming menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Operation:
INTERCOM +k # 0 +K 827
IO. 1.9
SMDLVSMDR Printer Port
Description:
Use this programming feature to determine which serial data port the system will route its
generated SMDAKMDR through.
Programming:
1 0 Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR programming menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Type data port number (1-18) and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
10-6 Call Cosfing and SMDABMDW Programming
IO. 1.10
Report Option
Description:
You can arrange for the SMDWSMDA parameters to convey either the cost of calls that the
stations make or the amount of time that lines have been on hold at the stations.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDAISMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDA/SMDR programming menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters
and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
IO. 1. II
SMDR Record
Description:
When you enable this feature, the system stores SMDR records for the specified line.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From line programming, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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10.2
Description:
SMDA Reports
The SMDA feature allows the system to store various call records and generate reports of these
records for printout. These reports include either station, line, account codes, or all of the above.
When the system generates a station report, it will generate a separate report for any and al11
stations that have had outside call activity.
The station report shows all calls that the station user has made and received along with totals
and averages. Line reports show the totals for each active line in the system.
The line report shows the number of calls, total minutes busy, number of incompleted calls, and
cost for each line. The line report also summarizes line group activity as well.
The account code report provides the same information as the station report except the records
are based upon each account code.
The all record report sends all stored SMDA records to the serial data port. This report is not in
groups as is the station, line or account code reports but rather is in a chronological order.
You can view the number of free records or you can delete all stored SMDA records to insure
that only the latest SMDA reports are being stored or to provide a known starting port for record
storage. You can do this from your programming terminal or make this selection from a
programming station using the system manager and attendant programming procedure.
NOTE: If your programming terminal shares the same port as your data printer and you
command it delete all records, the system will not take this action until you log out of the
programming mode-
You can request a manual report or an automatic report on a timed basis. Further, you or the
system user can employ the system manager and attendant programming procedure to request
reports at a programming station. Finally, the system will automatically generate an automatic
report when its memory nears its saturation point (95 percent full), Refer to Section 10.2.3 for
some typical report examples
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Manual ReDorts
Description:
Use the following programming procedure to manually command a printout to occur.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select printouts and press ENTER.
3. From printouts menu, select SMDAISMDR and press ENTER,
4. From SMDABMDR menu, select SMDA reports and press ENTER.
5. From SMDA reports menu, select desired report and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE to end.
10.2.2
Aufomafic ReDor&
Description:
Program the system to automatically provide call cost reports for printing.
- Choose the day and time that the printout is desired.
- Choose the type and detail of each report.
- Dictate whether the call records are to be erased from the system memory
after they are printed.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select SMDAISMDR and press ENTER.
3. From the SMDAKMDR menu, select automatic reports and press ENTER.
4. Type row number to select desired report and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for desired setting or type report print time in 24-hour format
(as directed by menu prompt) and press ENTER.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all desired reports and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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10.2.3
SMDA Retort ExamDIes
LINE GROUP SUMMARY
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FAILURES
ACCESSES
LINE GROUP
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10.3
Account Codes (Forced, with Positive Verification)
10.3.1
Account Code (System Parameters)
Description:
Account codes are used to identify calls by category or by any other desired grouping, so that
the system can record costing by that category. You can arrange the system to force the user to
enter an account code and have the system verify it before it allows the user to make a call. Turn
on the account code feature for the entire system using this procedure. Also, enable or disable
system verification of the entered code. If you enable verification, the system compares the
account code entered by a station user with the programmed account code entries that you have
assigned. If the system does not find a match and you have enabled the forced account code
feature through station class of service, the system prevents any further dialing until the user
enters a matching account code. If you have not enabled verification, the system does not check
the entered account code for a match.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDAKMDR menu, select SMDA/SMDR parameters and press ENTER.
4. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR for desired value.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
10.3.2
Account Code Display And Account Code Display Time
Description:
As a feature to LCD speakerphone users, a message appears in the telephone’s display to
prompt the user to enter an account code during incoming and outgoing calls. If the system
does not require such a prompt (for example, because the account code feature is disabled), turn
off the prompting message display with this programming operation. If the system does require
the prompting display and you enable it using this procedure, also set the length of time that the
prompt shows on the user’s display.
NOTE: When the account code display is on, the user must enter an account code within the
display time when he or she is making an outgoing call; otherwise, the system will drop
the line.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR menu and press ENTER.
From SMDA/SMDR menu select SMDAKMDR parameters and press ENTER.
From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
Press SPACE BAR for feature value.
When finished, press ESCAPE once.
If you enabled the display, continue with step 8. If you disabled the display,
press ESCAPE once and continue with step 11.
8. From SMDA/SMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
9. Press SPACE BAR for time.
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
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10.3‘3
Account Code Lengfh
An account code can be a minimum of three digits or a maximum of 16 digits. Use this
procedure to set the amount of account code digits.
Description:
NOTE: If you change the account code length you will delete
all currently programmed account codes.
Programming:
10.3.4
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select SMDAISMDR and press.
3. From SMDAKMDR menu, select SMDABMDR parameters and press ENTER.
4. From SMDABMDR parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Type the account digit amount (3-16).
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
Account Code Programming (Add, Remove, Display Acwunf Codes)
Description:
Use this procedure to assign up to 1000 account codes (each up to 16 digits in length-see
Section 103.3). Alternately, use this procedure to remove previously assigned account codes
from the system. Add or remove one account code at a time or an entire block of account codes
all at once. To assign numbers that user’s can dial without entering an account code,
refer to Section 10.4.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select SMDAISMDR and press ENTER.
3. From SMDABMDR menu, select account code menu and press ENTER.
4. From account code menu, type item number to add or remove one account
code or a block of account codes and press ENTER.
5. Type account code (up to 16 digits) and press ENTER. Then, if
assigning block of codes, type quantity of account codes (up 1000) and press ENTER
6. When finished, press ESCAPE once.
7. Type item number to display account codes for review and press ENTER.
8. When finished press ESCAPE as necessary to return to main menu.
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Account Code (For Class Of Service)
Description:
After you have enabled the account code feature for the system, set its parameters, and
programmed its list of account codes into the system, turn the feature on for a station class of
service and make it either forced or optional. If you make it a forced account code, the user
must enter an account code before the system will let him or her dial the number for an outgoing
call. Also, on incoming calls a user must enter an account code before the system will allow
him or her to make any future outgoing calls. See Section IO.4 for an exception to forced
account code entry.
Programming:
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1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for account code and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE.
8. Press CONTROL N as necessary to display line number for forced account code
and press ENTER.
9. Type item number for forced account code and press ENTER.
10. Press SPACE BAR for feature setting.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
10.4
Description:
Emergency Numbers
When the system requires an account code, a telephone user must enter it before the system
allows him or her to dial a number; however, the system does not require an account code prior
to allowing a telephone user to dial a designated emergency number. Use this procedure to list
the designated emergency numbers. The system accepts a total of 16 numbers. Each number
can be up to 16 digits long.
Programming: 1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From main menu, select SMDA/SMDR and press ENTER.
From SMDA/SMDR menu, select emergency numbers and press ENTER.
From emergency numbers menu, type row number to select entry location and press ENTER.
Type emergency number (up to 16 digits), or press SPACE BAR to delete current number,
and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
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10.5
Authorization Code
Authorization codes provide system users the mobility to use their class of service (COS)
features, prime line assignments, and exception numbers on any telephone in the system instead
of being limited by what is available to the particular telephone they happen to be using. One
popular term for such a feature is walking class ofservice. Authorization codes are associated
with personal intercom numbers as are COS, prime markings, and exception numbers.
Therefore, when a user enters his or her authorization code at any system telephone, the code
alerts the system as to what features to make available to the user. The user can employ the
telephone for anything allowed by his or her personal intercom number; however, he or she
cannot disturb the last number redial stored there by the normal user. Once a user accesses his
or her telephone features, they remain in effect until any idle time at the telephone exceeds the
authorization code time-out period.
Description:
As an additional feature, when a telephone is mapped with a lock button, a user can press it and
then dial an authorization code. This action denies access to that telephone by other users. Use
the procedure given here to program and assign authorization codes. Use the Section 7.2.3
procedure to match the COS to the personal intercom number and use the Seectiola 7.3 procedure
to assign the lock button to a telephone.
Programming:
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2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select SMDAISMDR and press ENTER.
From SMDABMDR menu, type item number for authorization codes and press ENTER.
From authorization code menu, type line number to add, remove, or modify authorization
codes and press ENTER,
5. Type authorization code (up to 6 digits) and press ENTER.
NOTE: You can include a two second pause as part of the authorization code by typing a p at
the point in the code where you wish a pause to occur. If you include a pause, a user
must wait two seconds at the proper point when he or she dials the authorization code
because the pause is now part of the code.
6. If adding or modifying a code, type personal intercom number that it is to be associated with
and press ENTER
7. When finished, press ESCAPE once.
8. Type item number to display authorization codes for review and press ENTER.
9. When finished press ESCAPE as necessary to return to system menu.
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Authorization Code Timeout
Description:
Once a user uses the authorization code feature to access his or her telephone features, they
remain in effect until any idle time at the telephone exceeds the authorization code time-out
period that you program with this feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Programming Toll Resfricfion
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Restriction Level Programming . .
Toll Groups Programming . . . . .
Restricted Numbers Programming
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11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
With the toll restriction feature, the system allows or denies outgoing line calls to selected users over selected
lines. Toll restriction meets different dialing needs by allowing users to dial numbers that they are required to dial
yet restrict them from dialing numbers they are not allowed to dial. A defaulted system allows station users to dial
any number they choose to dial. The toll restriction, automatic route selection, and call costing features may be
used separately, together, or not used at all. For a overview illustration of toll restriction, refer Section 11.3
Assign toll restriction in the sequence detailed below.
Step 1. Program the restriction level (Section 11.4).
Step 2. Program the toll groups (Section 11.5).
Step 3. Program the restriction numbers (Section 11.6).
Step 4. Program the exception numbers (Section 11.7).
A user can dial any number that his or her station is not restricted from dialing. A station user can dial any
numbers restricted by a restriction level that is equal to or lower than the one assigned to his or her station. A
station that is restricted from dialing a certain telephone number on a certain line can, if programming permits,
dial that number on another line that is not restricted.
As a user dials a number from a station that has toll restriction assigned, the toll restriction feature first makes a
comparison between the dialed number and the telephone number entries on the toll restriction table. It compares
the dialed number up to the last digit in the entry. At that point it considers it a match and applies the other
restriction tests whether the station user keeps dialing or not.
Example entry A: l-804 555-1212
Example entry B: l-804
In example A, the toll restriction feature continues matching digits (and does not apply any restriction) until the
the user dials the entire 1 l-digit number.
In example B, the feature applies restriction after the user dials l-804.
If the feature finds a match in the toll restriction table, it next compares the dialed number to entries in the toll
group. If it finds a match here, it next compares the restriction level of the entry against the restriction level of the
station. If the restriction level of the station is equal to or less than the restriction level of the matched entry, the
toll restriction feature allows dialing over the line specified with the toll group assignment. If the restriction level
is greater than the restriction level of the matched entry, the toll restriction feature compares the dialed number to
the exception number list. If it finds a match there, it allows the call.
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11.1
Toll Restriction Example “I
In this example, the chief executive can dial all telephone numbers except those numbers with a restriction level
of always deny. The section manager can dial all numbers except those in restriction level 8 (international
numbers over lines assigned totoll group 1) and those numbers with a restriction level of always deny. The unit
manager can dial all numbers except those numbers in restriction levels 7 and 8 (international numbers over lines
assigned to toll group 1 and out of state numbers over lines assigned to toll groups 16 and 17) and those numbers
with a restriction level of always deny. All other users can dial all numbers except those in restrictiow levels 6
(local calls over lines assigned to toll group 5), 7 (out of state numbers over lines assigned to toll groups 16 and
17), 8 (international numbers over lines assigned to toll group 1) and those numbers with a restriction level of
always deny. All toll restricted stations can dial 1800 numbers on all lines. No toll restricted station can dial
1900 numbers on any line. Note that the feature allows dialing on lines that are not in the toll group. As illustrated
in this example, there is no restriction for international dialing on lines in toll groups 2,5, 16, and 17 and there is
restriction only on lines l-5 in toll group 1.
Restriction Level
8
7
6
1
Always allow
Always allow
Always deny
Toll
Catepory
Chief Executive
Section managers
Unit managers
All other users
Dialing
International 011
Out of state
In state
Local calls
911
1800
1900
Toll
Group
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2
5
16
17
32
Lines Assigned
1,2,3,4,5
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12,13
14, 15
20,25,26,27,28,29,30
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11.2
Poll Restriction Example 2
In this example, assume that you have assigned the following restriction levels and exception numbers to the
following people in a company: Keep in mind that you assign restriction level to stations by programming the
class of service with a particular restriction level while you assign exception numbers to individual stations
through station programming.
Station
President
Executive
Manager
Joe in sales
Sally in sales
Restriction Level
8
7
6
1
1
Exception Number
NONE
NONE
NONE
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Also, assume that you have programmed the following outside numbers, restriction levels and exception numbers
into the toll restriction table:
Number
1212
1213@@@@@@@
978
911
Restriction Level
7
6
2
ALWAYS ALLOW
Exceotion Number:
5
6
NONE
NONE
A toll restriction arrangement such as this example permits the following dialing conditions:
the president and the executivecan dial all numbers,
the executive can dial any 1-212 prefixed number, any 1-213 prefixed number (remember, @ = match any digit),
978 numbers, and 911 (any numbers with restriction level equal to or less than 7),
the manager can dial any 1-213 prefixed numbers, 978 numbers and 911 (any numbers with restriction levels
equal to or less than 6),
Joe (in sales) can dial 911 (via his restriction level) plus dial any 1-212 numbers through his exception number,
Sally (in sales) can dial 911 (via her restriction level) plus dial any 1-212 and 1-213 numbers through her
exception numbers.
(Remember, exception numbers allow Joe and Sally to dial numbers that are denied to them through their
restriction levels.)
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11.3
Toll Restriction Flow Diagram
FLOWCHRT
Line calls are
subjected to toll
restriction examination
Station Begins
Dialing
Complete
Dialing
Allowed
YES
YES
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Compare Restriction
Level of Matched
Number with
Restriction Levels of
Station Class of Service
Eight (8) levels plus always
allow and always deny
m One level assigned for
each C.O.S. type or assign
allow all or deny all
Compare Exception
Number of Matched
Number with Exception
Number of Station
Thirty-two (32) exception
numbers
m One per Toll Table entry
m Up to 32 per station
Complete
Dialing
Allowed
11.4
Restriction Level Programming
Description:
Group the system stations into as many as eight different toll calling categories based on the
freedom to dial various numbers or the restriction from dialing them. Assign one of eight
different restriction (1-8) levels or assign an “allow all” level or a “deny all” level. Level 8 is
the least restrictive from a station viewpoint but the most restrictive from a restriction table
viewpoint. (For example, a station with a restriction of 8 is only restricted from dialing “always
deny” numbers and it can dial numbers with restriction levels of l-8. A station with a restriction
level of l-7 cannot dial a number with a toll restriction table entry of 8.) The “allow all” entry
ensures that the system applies no dialing restriction to a number (example: 9 11). The “deny
all” ensures that a station user can never dial a number (example: l-900).
You actually assign a restriction level to a station by first assigning it to a station class of
service and then assigning that class of service to the station. As previously described, the class
of service assignment provides features and service that matches the needs of a specific
category of stations. Program the restriction level value that accurately reflects the toll
restriction dialing freedom expected by a specific category of stations.
Programming:
Create eight station categories, and order these categories from those with the most dialing
freedom to those with the least and then note the station ports that you plan to each category.
Arrange the toll restriction numbers into these categories so that they correspond to the required
dialing freedoms. Assign restriction level numbers to each category. Also, list those numbers
that every station must be allowed to dial (such as 911) as “always allow” and list those
numbers that should never be dialed, (such as l-900) as “always deny”.
1. From main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
2. From toll restriction menu, select restriction tables and press ENTER.
3. From toll restriction level menu, type 1 and press ENTER.
4. Select entry line for programming and press ENTER.
5. Press TAB to position cursor to restriction level column.
6. Press SPACE BAR to select restriction level l-8, allow all, or deny all.
7. Press ENTER and repeat step 7 for each entry line.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ENTER to end.
Assign restriction level to class of service with this procedure.
1. Use the work sheet to note the class of service for each restriction level entry.
2. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
3. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
4. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming, type class of service number (l-32) ENTER.
6. From COS programming menu, type item number for day/night restriction level
and press ENTER.
7. Type restriction level number (l-8).
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE to end.
Toll Restriction Programming 11-5
11.5
Poll Groups Programming
Description:
You must assign the individual lines, that you do not want users to use when they dial toll
restricted numbers. Do this by first assigning the lines to toll groups and then assigning those
toll groups to the restricted number. There are 32 toll groups available for line assignment.
Assign one, several, or all lines to any desired toll group or combination of toll groups as
needed.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line name or line number and press ENTER.
5. From line programming, type item number for toll groups and press ENTER.
6. Type group number (O-32) and press ENTER.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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11.6
Description:
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Restricted Numbers Programming
Program restricted numbers as entries in the toll restriction table. The system will accept up to
400 entries. Each restricted number can be up to 16 digits long and can be comprised of the
digits O-9 Plus the “match any” digit (@) if needed.
If you program the system to include the automatic route selection (ARS) feature, always fill
out the restricted numbers with the @ digit as shown in the following examples:
for l+dialing, enter l@@@@@@@@@@,
for local dialing, enter @ @ @ @ @ @ @,
for l+ 7-digit dialing, enter valid exchanges and the @ digit--either enter 1555 @ @ @ @ or enter
555 @ @ @ @ with the 1 added by the ARS modify digit table.
When you make this arrangement, you ensure that ARS will wait until the user dials all the
number’s digits before it determines if all routes are busy. This eliminates the possibility of the
user accidentally dialing an intercom number or a feature code.
You can enter a pause at the end of a restricted number’s digit string to indicate that dialing is
complete. Do this by typing a P or p after you type the digit string. The pause entry
distinguishes this restricted number as unique. You can enter the same digits without the pause
but instead followed by additional digits as another unique number. You can assign different
routing and toll restriction parameters to each of these entries. There are several applications for
this feature. One application is in international dialing where different toll restriction parameters
apply depending upon whether the caller dialed 0 or 011. In this case, you can enter 0 pause to
access local lines and 01 to access international lines. Another application is with tie line calling
where a remote extension is the same digits as an office or area code that you need to enter in
the restriction table. By entering nnn pause for tie line access and nnn@ for CO line access, the
system can route the call over the proper line. A third application is brought forth with the
advent of the new North American Numbering Plan (NANP). With NANP, an area code may be
the same digits as a local office code. You can enter nnn@ @ @ @ pause for local line access
and nnn @ @ @ @ @ @ @ for long distance line access. In any application, the system resets its
pause timer after receiving each caller dialed digit. If the timer expires before the caller dials
another digit, the system routes the call based on the digits preceding the pause. If, instead, the
system detects more digits instead of a pause, it routes the call based on the entire digit string.
You can enable the pause entry ability using the Section 6.10.5 programming procedure;
however, the following Section 11.6.1 procedure for entering the restriction number digits also
includes the pause enabling procedure.
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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11.61
Restricted Numbers Programming Procedure
Programming:
Make a list of all of the restricted numbers that the site requires. Include numbers on the list
that should never be restricted, such as 911 (exception). Also include numbers that should
never be dialed, such as l-900 (always deny). Use the @ “match any” symbol to encompass a
range of numbers wherever possiblele, such as 1 @ @ for any number beginning with a 1. You can
enter up to 400 line items on this table.
To enable pause entry,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, select toWARS dialing pause and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
To enter restriction number digits,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. FromTolVARS menu, select restriction tables and press ENTER.
4. From toll restriction table menu, select entry line for programming and press ENTER.
5. Type restriction number entry and press ENTER
(Entry can be 16 digits long and can include @ as match any symbol and P for pause.)
6. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all entries.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8 Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
11.7
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Exception Number Programming
Description:
Exception numbers allow stations to dial numbers that are not normally allowed by their
restriction levels. When a user dials a number at his or her station, the toll restriction feature
compares it to the toll restriction numbers, the toll groups, the restriction level, and to the
exception number. If it makes a match, the station is not normally allowed to dial the number.
However, if the exception number of the toll restriction table line entry matches one of the
exception numbers assigned to the station, the station is allowed to dial the number. The
exception number values that you can assign are 1 through 32 and NONE. You can assign 32
exception numbers to each station. You can assign one exception number to each toll restriction
table line entry. The feature provide you with separate line entries expressly for the purpose of
specifying special dialing exceptions.
Programming:
Assign exception number to toll restriction table line entry with this procedure.
1. Assign an exception number of 0 to 32 to each listed restriction number that may need it.
2. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
3. From main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
4. From toll restriction menu, select restriction tables and press ENTER.
5. From the restriction table menu, type row number and press ENTER.
6. Press TAB to position cursor to exception level column.
7. Type exception number O-32.
8. Press ENTER and repeat step 7 for each line entry.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Assign exception number to station with this procedure.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type intercom number or name of station.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for Day (or Night)
exception number.
6. Type exception numbers O-32 (n,nn or n-nn) or type 0 for none.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
Toll Restriction Programming 17-9
Enabling Automatic
Route Selection
Automatic Route Selection Diagram . . .
ARSEnable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LineGroupsforARS . . . . . . . . . . .
Route Tables (ARS) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Costing Information (ARS) . . . . . . . .
Automatic Route Selection for Speed Dial
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12.2
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12.4
12.5
12.6
Automatic route selection (ARS) permits the system to select the least costly line group that is available to a
station for outgoing call routing. The system modifies the dialed number, if needed, to match the selected line
group. Additionally, ARS provides the costing information for the dialed call that is reported by the station
message detail accounting feature. ARS makes its routing decisions (which lines to route a call over, when and
how to modify a number, and costing information) based entirely upon the programming of the system.
NOTE: When the ARS feature is active, never program a direct line appearance to a station. If
a station user selects a line directly at his or her station, the system will not route the
call using the ARS feature.
For an overview of automatic route selection, refer to Section 12. I .
Automatic Route Selection Programming 12-1
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12. I
Automatic Route Selection Diagram
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12-2 Automatic Route Selection Programming
DXP Plus Programming instructions
12.2
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ARS Enable
Description:
You can enable or disable automatic route selection on a system-wide basis. A defaulted
system has ARS disabled.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From the system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From the system parameters menu, select ARS feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE BAR to toggle between enable and disable.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
12.3
Line Groups for ARS
Description:
Before automatic route selection can operate, you must group similar lines together into line
groups. The system can have a total of 16 line groups with unlimited lines in each group.
Be sure that you program similar line types together into the same line groups to take advantage
of the efficiency and cost savings associated with automatic route selection. Some examples of
lines that have similar characteristics and should be grouped together into line groups are as
listed below:
- outgoing WATS lines to a particular area,
- FX lines to a frequently called area,
- similar AT&T long distance lines,
- similar MCI lines,
A line group can consist of only one line, (for example, if only one FX line exists, put it into a
separate line group). Doing this allows the ARS feature to route calls over that group (FX line)
for any calls to the FX line area.
NOTE: To prevent system users from accessing non-ARS line groups, use the Section 6.12
procedure to clear the dialing codes for all non-ARS line groups.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line group programming and press ENTER.
Type line group number (1-16) and press ENTER.
Type a to add lines, r to remove lines, or c to change name of line group and press ENTER.
Type line to be removed, added, or changed then press ENTER.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Repeat steps 4-7 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
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12.4
Route Tables (ARS)
Description:
The ARS feature interacts with the toll restriction feature. You must enter a number into the
toll restriction table and assign a route table (l-32) to it before the system can perform ARS on
the dialed number. The system will route only those numbers that you have both assigned a
route number and entered on the toll restriction table.
The route table entry specifies the following parameters:
- over what line group the call will route,
- whether the station is permitted to make a call on that group,
- whether the dialed numbers must be modified to match that line group.
If a dialed number is not matched by an entry in the toll restriction table, it is routed by route
table 32-the default route table. The system defaults table 32 to use line group 16 and it
defaults line group 16 to use all lines. You must either remove all invalid lines from line group
16 or make table 32 inactive if you do not need default routing.
The entered numbers can be some of the same numbers that you enter as toll restriction numbers
or other numbers that are in addition to them. Either way, you can enter a maximum of 400 toll
restriction and/or ARS numbers. Each entered number can be up to 16 digits long and can be
comprised of digits O-9 Plus the “match any” digit (@) if needed.
NOTE: When the system accepts a number entry into the toll restriction table, it re-orders all of
the table entries. The system places a 0 after all other digits in the entries. Also, it
places a number with a leading I ahead ofthe same number without a leading 1.
Programming:
To enter a number in the toll restriction table and assign a route table to it, proceed as follows,
1 e Make a list of the numbers to be routed.
2. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
3. From main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
4. From the toll restriction menu, select restriction tables and press ENTER.
5. Select line number and press ENTER. (Press CONTROL and type IN for additional
page of line numbers).
6. Type ARS number entry. Entry can be up to 16 digits long and can
include @ as “‘match any” symbol.
7. Press TAB key to place cursor at route table entry column.
8. Type l-32 to choose route table and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 5-8 for all required ARS numbers.
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
12-4 Aufomafic Route Selection Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Route Table Warning Tone
Description:
You can arrange for the system to sound a warning tone in the user’s handset or station speaker
if ARS routes a call on any route other than the least expensive, This tone indicates that the
system has chosen a more expensive line group. If a station user hears this tone, he or she
should hang up and try again later.
Programming:
To enable route select warning tone,
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1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. From the TOLL/ARS menu, select route table and press ENTER.
4. Type l-32 to select route table to be programmed and press ENTER.
5. Type l-6 to select route number and press ENTER.
7. Press TAB key to position cursor at route status column.
8. Press SPACE BAR for feature value and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE.
10. Repeat steps 5 through 9 for all six routes.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
13. Repeat steps 4-12 for all route tables.
14. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
Automatic Route Selection Programming 12-5
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12.4.2
Routes
Description:
There are a total of 32 route tables that you can be program for the system. Each route table can
contain up to 6 routes. Each of these routes convey the data listed as follows:
- the line group to route the call over,
- the access level of the route,
- the modify digit table,
- all costing information.
Program the six routes from the least costly routing metbod to the most costly routing method.
The costliness of the route is determined by the line group over which the call is routed. ARS
will always try to select route 1 first, and then 2 through 6, when routing a call. If a station,
through its class of service assignment, does not have a route access level high enough to allow
it access the route selected by ARS, dialing is denied. If the route access level is high enough,
ARS will route the call based on the routing information If the system cannot route the call
over the line group that ARS first selects, ARS will try the next route of the route table. Once
again the route access level is tested. This process is repeated, up to a maximum of 6 times. If
the station has access to at least the first route, but is unable to dial out (because all lines are
busy), it will receive a busy tone in the handset or speaker. The station can then camp-on the
route so it will ring when a line in the route table becomes available.
Programming:
Assign line groups to routes as follows,
1 e Form line groups and program them as described Secfiola 8.2.
On a work sheet, note the line group for each route.
2. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
3. From the main menu, select TOLLJARS and press ENTER.
4. From TOLL/ARS menu, select route tables and press ENTER.
5. Type l-32 to select route table to be programmed and press ENTER.
6. Type l-6 to select route and press ENTER.
7. Type 1-16 to choose line and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 6-8 for all six routes.
10. Press ESCAPE twice.
11. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
12. Repeat steps 5-l 1 for all 32 tables and press ENTER.
13. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
12-6 Automatic Route Selection Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Route Access Level
Description:
Each of the six routes of a route table require a route access level of 1 to 4. ARS uses this route
access level to determine if the dialing station has access to dial out on the route. Each station,
through its class of service, is also assigned a route access level of 1 to 4. Before the system
accepts a dialed number, ARS compares the route access level entries. If the station route
access level is greater than or equal to the route access level assigned to the route, the station is
allowed to access the route. Otherwise, the system will not accept the dialed number, and
sounds an error at the station’s speaker or handset. The route access level allows some stations
to gain access to the more costly routes in a route table while denying it to others. Just as you
program each route from least to most costly, you must also arrange the route access level to
increase from a low level to a high level. This is necessary because once the system denies
dialing because of the level, it willnot try another route. The more costly the route is, the higher
the access level needed to access it.
Programming:
To program the access level for the route,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. From the TOLL/ARS menu, select route tables, press ENTER.
4. Type l-32 to select route table to be programmed and press ENTER.
5. Type l-6 to select route number and press ENTER.
6. Press TAB key to position cursor at route access column.
7. Type l-4 to choose access level and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 5 through 8 for all six routes.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
To program the access level for the station class of service,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From the COS programming menu, type item number for day route access
and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. Press ENTER for night route access level, and press SPACE bar for feature setting.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
Automatic Route Selection Programming 12-7
12.4.4
Description:
Modify Digit Table
Each of the six routes in each route table has a modify digit table. This modify digit table
details any modifications that the system needs to do to the user dialed number. This need for
modification is determined by the type of lines that you include in the line group for the route.
If a line group requires that the dialed number be in a specific format, you must set up an
appropriate modify digit table. You must program the index number of this table into the
specifications of the route that the line group is found. The sole purpose of the index number
and the corresponding table are to modify the number dialed by the station user.
Example
Assume that a station dials l-202-222-3456 (Washington DC. area) Also, assume that the
system has an FX line for the Washington DC. area and that this is the way that ARS is going
to route the call. Finally, assume that the route table route contains a modify digit table index
number that points to the following modify digit table:
ADD AMCKJNT = 0
DIGITS TO ADD = n/a
DELETE AMOUNT = 4
This situation results in the system deleting l-202 (DELETE AMOUNT = 4), from the
beginning of the number and adding 0 digits (ADD AMOUNT = 0). This modification allows
the number 222-3456 to be dialed over the FX line to Washington D.C.
There are 16 modify digit tables in the system. Each modify digit table contains the following
information:
- numerical sequence of the digits to be added (valid digits are O-9 and the pause ,p, digit)
in a digit string that can be up to 20 digits long,
- number of digits to be deleted from the dialed number (this value can be from 0 to 10).
NOTE: When ARS modifies the dialed number, itfirst deletes from the beginning of the number
and then adds to the beginning of the number.
12-8 Automatic Route Selection Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Programming Modifv Digit Tables
Description:
Use this procedure to program the modify digit table.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. From the TOLL/ARS menu, select modify digit table and press ENTER.
4. Type line number for modify digit table to be programmed and press ENTER.
5. Press TAB key to position cursor at digits to delete column.
6. Type &lo for number of digits to delete.
7. Press TAB key to position cursor at digits to add column.
8. Type digits to add (O-9, pause). A maximum of 20 digits can be entered.
9. Press TAB key to position cursor for next modify digits table.
10. Repeat steps 6-9 until all modify tables are entered and press ENTER.
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
13. Press ESCAPE to return to main menu.
Assigning Modify Digit Table To Route
Description:
Use this procedure to assign modify digit tables to routes.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. From the TOLL/ARS menu, select route table and press ENTER.
4. Type l-32 to select route table to be programmed and press ENTER.
5. Type l-6 to select route number and press ENTER.
6. Press TAB key to position cursor at modify table column.
7. Type 1-16 ENTER to choose modify digit table needed.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 5 through 8 for all six routes.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE.
10. Type y to accept entries, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
12. Repeat steps 4-l 1 for all needed route tables or press ESCAPE to end.
13. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
Automatic Route Selection Programming 12-9
DXP Plus Programming hstrwctions
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12.5
Costing lnforma tion (A RS)
Each route in every route table contains costing information. The costing information includes
a surcharge, a first tier cost per minute, a second tier cost per minute, and the amount of time to
cost the call at first tier cost before switching to the second tier cost. The surcharge is a dollars
and cents value that the system adds to the total cost of a call. You can program both tier costs
in one cent increments in the range of $0.0 through $99.99 per minute.
Description:
Even if the system does not route a call through ARS, (for example, when a station user
direct selects a line), the system will still access the costing information to cost the call.
The system reports call costs as part of the SMDA report. Use Section 10.1 to set the SMDA
costing parameters for this report.
Programming:
12.5. I
To program call costing,
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select TOLL/ARS and press ENTER.
3. From the TOLL/ARS menu, select route table and press ENTER.
4. Type l-32 to select route table to be programmed and press ENTER.
5. Type l-6 to select route number and press ENTER.
6. Press TAB key to position cursor at surcharge column
7. Type dollar and cents value ($nn.nn) of the surcharge.
8. Press TAB key to position cursor to tier 1 cost column.
9. Type tier 1 cost ($nn.nn).
10. Press TAB key to position cursor to tier 1 time column
11. Press SPACE BAR to select desired time.
12. Press TAB key to position cursor to tier 2 cost column.
13. Type tier 2 cost ($nn.nn).
14. Press ENTER to accept entries.
15. Press ESCAPE.
16. Repeat steps 5-15 for each route number. When finished, press ESCAPE.
17. Type y to accept entries, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
18. Repeat steps 4-l 1 for each route table. When finished,
press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu,
Call Cost Display (Display Of Costed Cal/s)
Description:
If you have arranged fcr the system to employ call costing, you can use this procedure to
arrange for an LCD speakerphone to display the cost of a call made from that station
Programming:
1 e Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS programming and press ENTER.
4. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each COS or press ESCAPE to end.
12-10 Automatic Wowte Selection Programming
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
12.5.2
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Cost Incoming
Description:
If you have arranged for the system to cost calls, you can arrange for it to also cost incoming
calls on a per line basis. You can arrange for the costing to begin as soon as the call arrives in
the system , begin after the user answers the call or begin after a programrned delay. Plus, you
can pick the call rate table that you want the system to use when it costs the call.
Programming:
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Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
From the lines menu, select line programming.
Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
From cost incoming prompt, press SPACE bar for desired feature setting
and press RETURN.
7. From incoming cost delay prompt, press SPACE bar for desired feature setting
and press ENTER.
8. From incoming cost route prompt, type l-32 for desired route table.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
Automatic Route Selection Programming 12-11
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12.6
Automatic Route Selection for Speed Dial Numbers
Dlescriplion:
You can arrange for the system to process the system speed dial, and any personal speed dial
numbers, that you program for the users, through the automatic route selection (ARS) feature. If
the users program their own personal speed dial numbers and you have enabled ARS processing
of calls, they must prefix their personal speed dial numbers with the ARS preselect code.
Instruct them to follow the procedure given here when they do this. See Section 6.6 for speed
dial programming.
Programming:
To arrange for the system to process the system speed dial numbers through the ARS feature.
1. From system menu, select speed dial and press ENTER.
2. From speed dial menu, type item number for desired speed dial number and press ENTER.
3. Press TAB to place cursor in preselect column
4. Press SPACE bar to choose ARS.
5. Press TAB to place cursor in number column
6. Type system speed dial number (max. 32 digits, P = pause, F = hookflash)
and press ENTER.
7. Repeat steps 5 through 8 for all desired system speed numbers.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end
To arrange for the system to process each station’s personal speed dial numbers through the
ARS feature.
1 0 From the stations menu, select button mapping and press ENTER.
2. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for first station to be
programmed and press ENTER. Button map with current assignment appears on screen.
3. Type button code (Ll-L25,0-9) for button to be arranged for personal speed dial use and
to be processed through ARS and press ENTER.
4. Type SDIAL and press ENTER.
(This action arranges the button as a personal speed dial button).
5. Type a and press ENTER.
(This action arranges for the speed dial number to be processed through the ARS).
6. Type the speed dial number (max. 16 digits) and press ENTER.
7. Repeat steps 3-6 for all desired personal speed dial numbers.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4-9 for all desired stations.
9. When finished press ESCAPE to end.
Instruct station users to program personal speed dial numbers per the following sequence when
you have enabled ARS call routing for their use:
1. Press INTERCOM,
2. Dial*% 1,
3. Press speed dial button,
4. Dial 9 for ARS (on LCD speakerphones, dial 9 when prompted to enter line),
5. Dial personal speed dial number (max. 16 digits, HOLD = pause, TAP = hookflash),
6. Press TRNS/CNF to store number,
7. Repeat steps 3-6 for next button or press SPEAKER to end programming.
12-12 Avfomatic Route Selection Programming
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Selecting System Printouts
(Printer Interface)
Description:
The system makes a wide variety of printout records available. Use this programming procedure
to choose the user’s desired printout types and to direct the printouts to either the
SMDABMDR data printer or the PC screen.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select printouts and press ENTER.
3. From printouts menu, select desired printout category and press ENTER.
4. Type s for screen printout or p for hard copy printout through the SMDA/SMDR data printer
and press ENTER.
NOTE: Press CONTROL C to stop a printout to the PC screen when
necessary. This action will not stop printout to a data printer.
5. When printout is finished, press any key to return to category menu and repeat
steps 4 and 5 for next desired printout or press ESCAPE to return to printouts menu.
6. Repeat steps 3-6 for next desired printout or press ESCAPE to end.
Programming For
Peripheral Devices
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l Digital Voice Announce Programming
l PC Attendant Position Programming .
l Voice Mail Programming . . . . . . .
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Peripheral Devices Programming 14-l
14. I
Caller ID Programming
The DXP Plus caller ID feature supports an externally connected, customer-supplied caller ID device (product
code CIDOS). This hardware device supports eight caller ID conditioned lines, and the installer can serially
connect up to eight devices to give the DXP Plus the ability to support a maximum of 64 caller ID conditioned
lines, The caller ID unit interfaces with the DXP Plus through any main or auxiliary serial data port (Section 6.5).
Any proprietary digital LCD speakerphone can receive and display caller ID information. The display conveys all
available caller ID information from the time the call rings at the station, through al1 line transitions, until the line
disconnects. The system stores caller ID information in its SMDA storage and makes it available in the SMDA
printout.
In programming for caller ID support, you must match the data baud rate with that of the CID08, you must enable
the caller ID lines, and you must assign them to ring on the telephones. You can set the caller ID options, and
enter the local area codes and local exchange codes that you want the system to skip when it automatically dials a
return call. You can also assign caller ID ring no-answer (RNA) capability to the telephones that are on caller ID
lines. Users of these telephones have the ability to review this caller ID RNA information and return the call.
They can also note if anyone else has already viewed a record thus preventing redundant returns.
14.1. I
Defeting Viewed RNA Record (for Caller ID)
Description:
When the system makes caller ID RNA information available to a group of stations, any station
user in the group can review the information by pressing the telephone’s CID button When he
or she does this, the system removes the record from that telephone but continues to flash the
CID button status light for other stations in the group. If you enable this feature, the system will
remove the caller ID record from all telephones if any user in the group views a record.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select caller ID and press ENTER.
3. From caller ID menu, select options and press ENTER.
4. From the options menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
14.1.2
Setting Absorb Ring Time (for Caller ID)
Description:
Use this procedure to specify the amount of time the system waits while it generates caller ID
information before it generates system ringing.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select caller ID and press ENTER.
3. From caller ID menu, select options and press ENTER.
4. From the options menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time (O-8 seconds) and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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Arranging Local Call Table (for Caller ID)
Description:
When telephone users review caller ID RNA calls, they press their SAVE button to return the
call, and the system automatically dials the number. If the area code or office code part of the
stored number matches the entries that you program with this procedure, the system will skip
that part of the number as it dials.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
14.1.4
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select caller ID and press ENTER.
From caller ID menu, select local call table and press ENTER .
From the local call table menu, enter area codes or office code and press ENTER.
Repeat step 4 for all desired codes (16 maximum)
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
Making Caller ID Active
Description:
When caller identification (ID) information is available from the central office, take this
programming action to match the line port to the feature. You must also assign the caller ID
lines to the stations and assign special-purpose station buttons to control the feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From the lines menu, select line programming and press ENTER.
4. Type line port number (l-240) or name and press ENTER.
5. From the line programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4 through 8 for each line port or press ESCAPE to end.
10. Assign caller ID lines to stations-refer to Sections 7.1.31 and 7. I.32 for details.
11. Assign caller ID button (mnemonic CID) to stations-refer to Section 7.3 for details.
12. Assign SAVE button (mnemonic SAVE) to stations-refer to Section 7.3 for details
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14.1.5
Setting Caller ID Baud Rate
Description:
You must program the parameters of the main or auxiliary serial data port where the installer
has connected the CID08 device. The serial data port parameters must match the data
parameters of the CID08 device. Usually, this is 9600 baud, eight data bits, no parity bit, and
one stop bit.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
14.1.6
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
From system menu, select serial ports and press ENTER.
From serial ports menu, type item number for main port or for auxiliary port
and press ENTER.
5. From serial port type menu, select the serial port number and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for feature setting
7. Press TAB for next parameter.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 for all parameters.
7. Press ENTER to accept settings.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Press ESCAPE to end.
Arranging Calier ID Ring No-Answer (RNA)
Description:
This feature offers telephone users the ability to review calls that ring at their stations while
they are away. The system stores caller ID RNA records and allows users to review them by
pressing the CID button, and return those calls that need returning by pressing the SAVE
button. The feature also denotes the identification of the last station that reviewed the records
thus helping prevent multiple call backs to the same number. After users review the caller ID
RNA records, the system deletes the records from their telephones yet retains them in the
SMDA storage so that they can look at them later if they must.
Programming:
1a
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select station and press ENTER.
From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name for station
you wish to program and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E for edit table.
7. Type a to add or r to remove and press ENTER.
8. Enter caller ID line port numbers l-240 (enter n, nn, nnn or n-nnn) to serve feature
at this station and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE three times.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Repeat steps 4-9 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
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Tracker Paging System Programming
The Tracker Paging System is a paging device that interfaces a DXP Plus system with Tracker pagers (personal
pager devices). When the Tracker Paging System is installed, you must use the following programming routines
to establish proper communications between the system and individual Tracker pager users.
14.2. I
Programming Tracker Paging System Options
Description:
Tracker Paging System options consist of selecting the serial port that you will use for
connecting the base station, enabling or disabling Tracker Paging System operation, and
selecting PC Attendant 1 through 4.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Peripherals and press ENTER.
From peripherals menu, select Tracker and press ENTER.
From Tracker menu, select Options and press ENTER.
Enter Tracker Paging System base station number (1 through 4) and press ENTER.
From tracker unit options menu, select the serial port where the Tracker base station will be
connected (1 through 18) and press ENTER.
7. Toggle the second field with the SPACE bar to enable/disable the Tracker Paging System
option and press ENTER.
8. Toggle the third field with the SPACE bar to select PC Attendant 1 through 4 (or none) and
press ENTER.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Press ESCAPE to end.
NOTE: After you have enabled the Tracker paging system and saved your programming
selections, the DXP Plus system connects with the Tracker base station and displays the
following message:
Initializing TRACKER unit, please wait. . .
If the Tracker base station is correctly installed and operational, the DXP Plus system
then displays the following message:
Installation complete, TRACKER is on line
G however, the Tracker base station is not installed orfails to connect, the DXP Plus
system displays the following message:
Installation error, verify programming or installation
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14.2.2
Making Tracker Paging System Assignments
Description:
Use the following programming instructions to assign individual Tracker Pagers to a station
extension number, select the pager types, and assign a block of pagers to a Tracker Paging
System base station. Use this programming method for making minor modifications after the
system has been installed and programmed per instructions in Section 1$.X?.
Programming:
1.
2
3.
4.
5,
6.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Peripherals and press ENTER.
From the peripherals menu, select Tracker and press ENTER.
From tracker menu, select Pager Assignment Table and press ENTER.
In the first field, enter intercom number and press TAR.
In the third field, enter Tracker Pager number and press TAR. (The second field is the name
field that is programmed in the intercom numbers screen.)
7. In the fourth field, press the SPACE bar to enable/disable the Tracker Pager and press TAB.
8. In the fifth field, press the SPACE bar to select Tracker Pager type PlOOO through P4000.
NOTE: Tracker pager designations are:
PI 000 (numeric display only)
P2000 (I -line alphanumeric display)
P3000 (2-line alphanumeric display)
P4000 (Ckine alphanumeric display)
9. After making pager type selection, press TAR.
10. In the fifth field, type Tracker base station’s number (1-4).
11. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
12. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
13. Press ESCAPE to end.
14.2.3
Making initial Tracker Pager Assignments
Description:
Use the following programming instructions to select intercom numbers, to assign pager types,
and to assign individual pagers to a Tracker base station. Use this programming method to make
many assignments quickly when first installing the system. This programming method
overwrites any assignments previously made using the method described in Section 14.22.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select Peripherals and press ENTER.
From the peripherals menu, select Tracker and press ENTER.
From tracker menu, select Initialize Pager Assignments and press ENTER.
From the initialize pager assignments menu, select Intercom Number(s) and press ENTER.
Press CTRL-E to display Intercom Numbers Table.
Select a to add or r to remove intercom numbers and press ENTER.
Enter one intercom number or a group of intercom numbers (example: enter 101-150 to
initialize those fifty intercom numbers at one time) and press ESCAPE.
9. Select Pager Number and press ENTER.
10. Enter pager number located on pager and press ENTER.
11~ Press SPACE bar to enable or disable the intercoms and press ENTER.
12. Press SPACE bar until the pager model number you are using is displayed and press ENTER.
13. Enter the Tracker base station number (l-4) and press ESCAPE twice.
14. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
15. Press ESCAPE to end.
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COS Programming For Tracker Access
Description:
Assign tracker access to a particular station intercom or group of intercoms using the following
class of service (COS) programming. (The default is yes for COS 1 and COS32.)
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select Stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select COS Programming and press ENTER.
4. From COS programming, type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
5. From COS (class number) programming, select Tracker Access.
6. Toggle the SPACE bar to select yes/no and press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE to end.
NOTE: To activate this feature, assign this COS to the desired intercom numbers. See
Programming Station Features in Section 7.2.
74.2.5
Page Recall
Description:
This timing feature determines the amount of time that a Tracker page remains in a Tracker
page orbit before recalling to the paging station.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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14.3
LVigital Voice Announce Programming
The digital voice announce device (DVA) is an optional line-powered unit that connects to a digital station port
and plays pre-recorded voice prompts and dialing instructions to incoming callers on the direct inward system
access (DISA) lines.
Currently, DISA is the only DXP Plus feature to take advantage of the DVA’s voice prompting capability;
therefore, for the DVA to function, you must have DISA lines assigned and programmed. The maximum
number of DVA units you can install is limited only by the number of DXF’ Plus station ports (480). Once you or
the installer connects the DVA to a digital station port, the DVA identifies itself to the DXP Plus so you do not
have any phone-type programming to do. Nor is it necessary for you to program the system to send DTMF or
ringing signals to activate the DVA because DISA programming determines the DVA’s actions. When you use a
DVA in conjunction with DISA, the DXP Plus automatically answers the DISA lines and guides the callers with
DVA originated voice prompts.
A DVA accepts and stores up to four recorded messages, with a total maximum recorded time for all messages of
two minutes. Using system attendant programming, you can divide this two-minute period as necessary among
the four messages or use the entire two minutes for one message. These pre-recorded messages play during an
in-process call and prompt callers to dial a single digit to reach a particular intercom number or feature code. For
each message type, you can assign up to ten intercom numbers or feature codes and assign a single access digit to
each of these intercom numbers.
Each message type has a two-digit system index number (for example: 10 = Welcome Greeting 1, 11 = Welcome
Greeting 2, and so forth). You use this index number to identify the messages when you record them. Many of the
messages have a single-digit group option number appended to their names (for example: Welcome Greeting 1,
Day Main Menu 1 s and so forth). You, use this message group number to place messages for a particular catagory
of caller together (all group 1 messages for sales calls, all group 2 messages for service calls, and so forth). You
assign a message group to a DISA line based on the line’s DISA voice option Group 1 messages correspond with
DISA voice option 1, group 2 messages with DISA voice option 2, group 3 messages with DISA voice option 3
and group 4 messages with voice option 4. You assign a voice option, and thus a messge group, to a DISA line
using programming procedures given is Section 8.8.2.
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14.3.1
Understanding The Line/Voice Option/IDVA Relationships
DVA Application
A company with several departments reserves all group 1 messages for the sales department and reserves all
group 2 messages for the customer service department. The company attendant records the group 1 and 2 message
to have meaning for the sales and customer service departments. The system programmer assigns DISA lines 1,2,
and 3 to the sales department and DISA line 4,5, and 6 to the customer service department. He or she also
programs DISA line l-3 to have voice option 1 and DISA line 4-6 to have voice option 2. All of this allows
callers to DISA line l-3 to receive and respond to messages associated with the sales department and callers to
DISA line 4-6 to receive and respond to messages associated with the customer service department.
Sales Department
DISA Line 1 / DISA Voice Option 1
DISA Line 2 / DISA Voice Option 1
DISA Line 3 / DISA Voice Option 1
Customer Service Deoartment
DISA Line 4 / DISA Voice Option 2
DISA Line 5 / DISA Voice Option 2
DISA Line 6 / DISA Voice Option 2
DVALDISA Application
You can enhance the security of DISA by using the DVA. The DXP Plus connects to the incoming call based on
the programmed DISA parameters and the DVA plays the appropriate prompts to cause the caller to dial the
following codes: DISA access code, authorization code, feature access code.
“You have reached the ABC company.
You may dial an extension at any time,
“Welcome Greeting” or dial 9 for advanced feature access.”
-pause1 = DISA access code
DVA index ~~~~~~ 10
DVA Index Number 31
“Password Prompt”
authorization number now.”
I
DVA Index Number 33
‘Dial Feature”
“Dial the feature access code now.”
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DVA Auto Attendant With Single Digit Menu Application
The DVA functions as an automatic attendant by giving callers single-digit dialing options. The DXI? Plus
connects to the incoming call based on the programmed DISA parameters and the DVA plays the appropriate
voice prompts to the caller such as: welcome greeting, day main greeting-menu choices, recall busy, recall no
answer.
DVA Index Number10
“Welcome Greeting I ” “You have reached ABC company. ”
DVA Index Number 14
‘Day/Night Menu I ”
“Dial 1 for Service,
“Dial 2 for Advanced Features9
“‘Dial 3 for Assistance.”
I= (Group ITCM #)
iervice Department
2 = @ISA Access)
3 = (Station Number)
DvA Index “Dial your Authorization Code.’
Number 311
‘*Password Prompt”
411 phones ring and flash group ITCM.
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DVA Index
Number 33
“Dial Feature”
“Dial your Feature Access Code.”
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DVA/Tracker Paging System Application
The DVA gives callers single digit dialing access to the Tracker Paging System. The DXP Plus connects to the
incoming call based on the programmed DISA parameters and the DVA plays the appropriate voice prompts to
the caller such as: welcome greeting, day main greeting-menu choices, recall busy, recall no answer.
Main Number
DVA Index Number 10
“Welcome Greeting I ”
Index Prompt 14
“Day/Night Menu I ”
1
“You have reached ABC company. ”
I
“If you are calling from a tone-dial telephone, you may dial the extension number
at any time.”
I
“I’m sorry, that extension doesn’t answer,
Dial 1 to track,
Index Prompt 22 Dial 2 to leave a message with the attendant,
“Recall No Answer I ” Dial 3 to leave a message in the voice mail box.”
1 = t8
2 = Extension Number
Index prompt 2,5
‘Recall Busy 1”
3 = Voice Mail Port number
“I’m sorry, that extension is busy.
Dial 1 to Track,
Dial 2 to leave a message with the attendant,
Dial 3 to leave a message in the voice mail box.”
1 = Hi
2 = Extension Number
3 = Voice Mail Port number
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14.3.2
Defining DVA Messages
The available DVA messsages include the following catagories
I
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ht Main Menus l-4
Recall No Answer 14
is message promp
on systems that require forced account
Reminder Prompt
Digit Collection
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DISA Callers who are allowed to access advance
system features receive this message if they are
making a line to line connection through the DXP
Plus. The message periodically prompts them to
dial a code to continue the connection.
This message prompts callers to dial a code before
the system routes their call. When used with
telephony services, this dialed code causes a
screen showing caller’s identification and data to
appear on computer at called station’s location.
System plays the message requesting the dialed
entry after a welcome message and before a day
menu message. Digit collection message plays first
if there is no welcome message and plays after the
default routing extension if there is no day menu
message. The caller dialed digits also show on the
called station’s display
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14.3.3
Programming For DVA Operation
To program the interaction between DVA and DISA, there are several steps that you must take.
1. Program the day 1, day 2, and night ringing begin and end times using the programming procedure given in
Section 6.9.18. When the system is in the night mode, the night menu message plays versus the day menu
message; likewise, the night routing message plays versus the day routing message. The system goes into the
night mode either manually by attendant action or automatically when the programmed times occur.
2. Program the DISA specific parameters using the Section 8.8.1 procedure.
3. Use the Section 8.8.2 procedure to assign DISA capability and a DISA voice option to a line.
4. Use procedures in this section to program the DVA parameters.
5. Use the Section 6. I. 10 procedure to default the parameters.
Programming Intercoms For DVA Messages
Description
For each message type, you can assign up to ten intercom numbers and assign a single access
digit to each of these intercom numbers. You can assign feature codes as well as intercom
numbers. For example, if you have installed the Tracker Paging System option, you can
program the Tracker Pager access code (*8) to an appropriate message and assign a single-digit
dialing code to the access code. This allows DISA callers to track their called party by dialing
the appropriate single-digit when prompted by voice message. The caller then enters his or her
call-back number and the # symbol to complete the page.
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select peripherals and press ENTER.
From peripherals menu, select voice/DVA and press ENTER.
Enter voice message number and press ENTER.
NOTE: You may need to refer to step 5 of the following programming instructions to obtain the
voice message numberfor the message type.
5. Make a single digit selection from the list (1 through 0) and press ENTER.
6. Enter intercom number, feature code, or station hunting pilot extension that you
wish to assign to this message and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
Obtaining DVA Status Reports
Description:
Use this programming procedure to obtain DVA status information (voice digit translation,
voice allocation by DVA, voice allocation by message, and voice resource analysis).
Programming:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONTROL T for main menu
From main menu, select printouts and press ENTER.
From printouts menu, select peripherals and press ENTER.
From peripherals menu, select voice/DVA and press ENTER.
Make a selection from the voice/DVA menu for the desired status printout and press ENTER.
NOTE: If you select the voice resource analysis you get a list of all message types. You may
need this information to complete step 4 in the preceeding programming instructions.
6. For printout type, press s for screen or p for printer and press ENTER.
7. Press any key to return to voice programming printouts menu.
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Recording The DVA Messages
Description:
You or the system attendant must record the messages that the DVA plays to the callers. You do
this in one of two ways: either by delivering them from the telephone handset at the attendant
station or by playing the contents of a professionally-supplied tape recording into the DVA
memory. Each DVA stores up to four unique messages. The total message storage time is two
minutes and you can divide this time as necessary among the four messages or use the entire
two minutes for one message if needed. Because of the time constraints, it is a good practice to
script your messages ahead of time so that you can read them aloud in a clear and concise
manner as you store them in the DVA memory.
piiifq
It is important to keep in mind that the system shares the messages among all
installed DVAs. You do not control which DVA stores which message. For example, if
you make eight different recordings with two DVAs, the system distributes the
messages in both units. If someone later removes one unit from service, the on/y
messages that will play are those stored in the remaining DVA. To locate which DVA
stores which message, use Section 16.2.2 to obtain a DVA status report.
Programming:
To record a DVA message,
1 D Press INTERCOM and dial % #o % 061 D
2. Choose voice source,
- dial 1 to speak message into handset,
- dial 2 to play tape recorded message into music-on-hold jack,
- dial 3 to play tape recorded message into background music jack,
- dial 1043 to choose message type.
NOTE: As soon as you perform the next step, the two-minute timer starts running. Be ready to
speak you message or press the PLAY button on the tape recorder as soon as you dial
the replicate choice.
3. Dial l-9 to choose number of times to replicate message.
4. Speak your message,
-orpress the PLAY button on the tape recorder to start pre-recorded message).
5. Press #to end message.
6. Listen as system automatically plays the message for verification at the attendant station.
7. Press #to stop verification playback.
8. Repeat steps 2-8 until you’ve recorded all messages.
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Editing The DVA Messages
Description:
After DVA messages exist, you can play them, copy them, and delete them as necessary using
the following attendant progamming.
Programming:
To play a previously recorded DVA message,
1. Press INTERCOM and dial % #O # 062.
2 Dial 10-43 to choose message type.
3. Listen as system automatically plays the message for verification at your
attendant station.
4. Press # to stop verification playback.
5 Dial lo-43 to choose next message type to hear.
To copy a previously recorded DVA message,
1. Press INTERCOM and dial +K # 0 S 063.
2. Dial 10-43 to choose message type.
3. Dial l-9 to choose number of times to copy message.
4. Dial 10-42 to choose next message type to copy.
NOTE: If your installer has connected more than two DVAs to the system, the system
automatically selects the DVA that will receive the copied message. Likewise, the system
automatically selects the DVA that it uses for playing back the message to a caller.
Additional DVAs become a shared resource for the system’s memory and are not
dedicated to particular lines.
To delete a previously recorded DVA message,
1. Press INTERCOM and dial % #O %064.
2. Dial 10-43 to choose message type.
3. Dial 937 to confirm delete or dial +i+ to deny delete.
To completely erase all DVA messages (format the DVA).
1. Press INTERCOM and dial +K #O JlcO65.
2. Dial l-480 to choose DVA port.
3. Dial 937 to confirm formatting dial +K to deny formatting.
4. Dial l-480 to choose next DVA port to format.
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14.4
PC Attendant Position Programming
The computerized attendant operating position consists of a DOS-based personal computer, a proprietary interface
circuit board (factory-installed in the computer expansion slot), a customized keyboard, a program diskette, and
all necessary cables for connecting the equipment to the system.
The system will accept four PC attendant positions. Each PC attendant position replaces one telephone from the
system because a telephone cannot be connected to the same station location that the programmer assigns to the
Total Control PC attendant position.
Use the following procedures to program the system to operate with the PC attendant position.
NOTE: Follow these procedures in the order that this manual presents
them as they provide a logical progression of the programming.
14.4. I
Enabling The PC Attendant Position
Description:
Each PC attendant position requires a station port, two line ports, a serial data port, and a
dedicated line group for operation. You must identify these items through this programming
action for each PC attendant position before the equipment will function properly.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select peripherals and press ENTER.
3. From peripherals menu, select PC attendant and press ENTER.
4. Type PC attendant number (l-4) and press ENTER.
5. Type item number for station port and press ENTER, then type l-480 for station port s
Importantaisconnect any telephone that is currently installed there.
6. For line pair, type odd/even number pair that corresponds to location where cable was
connected on common equipment (for example, enter 1,2 or 15,16 or 119,120 and so forth).
Special instruction-Always type the odd line number first. Remember, the line numbers
on each line board ascend from bottom line jack (lines 1,2) to top line jack (lines 7,8),
and the line ports on the main and expansion cabinets ascend from right to left based
on the board slot (line ports l-8,9-17, 18-26 and so forth).
NOTE: The lines that you assign here are exclusively for PC attendant position use and cannot
be used for out-going call operations. Do not assign them for any other system use.
7. For line group, type line group number (1-16).
8. For serial port, type 1 or 2 for RS-232 port 1 or 2 on the system central processor board
where you connected the PC attendant position.
9. Press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11. Press ESCAPE twice to end.
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14.4.2
Programming A Hunt List For PC Attendant Use
Description:
Assign eight intercom numbers to an intercom hunt list for the PC attendant position’s use. The
assigned numbers must include the personal intercom number of the PC attendant position (the
number for the station location that the PC attendant position occupies) and seven group
intercom numbers that are set aside for its exclusive use (group intercom numbers range from
3 lOl-3292,4110-4292,500&5023) . When you assign group intercom numbers to the hunt
list, the system automatically adds them to the group intercom access list for the PC attendant
position.
NOTE: Do not assign the same group intercom to more than one stations’s intercom hunt list.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number of PC attendant position or previously assigned name
and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for intercom hunt list and press ENTER.
6. Type personal intercom number for PC attendant position first then type seven group
intercom numbers and press ENTER.
Separate each entry with a comma (nnn,nnn,nnn,nnn)
NOTE: Reserve these group intercom numbers for exclusive use by the PC
attendant position. Do not assign them to any other station.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to end.
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14.4.3
DXP Piws Programming instructions
Assigning Lines For PC Attendant Use
Description:
Choose several lines that the PC attendant position can use for call origination; assign them to
line group 16; assign line group 16 to a particular class of service; and assign that particular
class of service to the PC attendant position The line key on the keyboard is fixed to select line
group 16. You must assign lines to line group 16 before the attendant can select a line for use.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select lines and press ENTER.
3. From lines menu, select line group programming and press ENTER.
4. Type 16 and press ENTER.
5. Type a to add lines and press ENTER.
6. Type lines to be added and press ENTER.
7. Press ESCAPE once.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Press ESCAPE to return to main menu.
10. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
11~ From stations menu, select station @OS programming menu and press ENTER.
12. Type class of service number (l-32) and press ENTER.
13. From the COS programming menu, type item number for line group access and press
ENTER. Remember--use CONTROL N to find the correct screen.
14. Type 16 and press ENTER.
15. When finished, Press ESCAPE twice.
16. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
17. Press ESCAPE to return to main menu
18. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
19. From stations menu, select station programming menu and press ENTER.
20. Type personal intercom number of PC attendant position or
previously assigned name and press ENTER.
21. Type number for class of service and press ENTER.
22. Type class of service number that has line group 16 assigned and press ENTER.
23. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
24. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
25. Press ESCAPE to end.
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14.4.4
Assigning The PC Attendanf Position Text Messaging Buttons
Description:
Use this programming procedure to assign special text messaging functions to system telephone
buttons. User’s can press these buttons to access the text messaging feature provided by the PC
attendant position. Program the telephone to provide the following button functions:
Text Message button for the user to press to step forward through the fields of a message that
shows in the telephone’s display window,
Print button for the user to press to send the displayed message to an attendant selected data
printer for hard copy printout,
Next button for the user to press to sequence through a group of stored messages,
Previous button for the user to press to back-up through the fields of a message that he or she
has already read,
Delete button for the user to press to erase a message after he or she has read it or sent it to the
data printer,
Quit button for the user to press to end a text messaging session.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From the stations menu, select button mapping and press ENTER.
4. Type prime intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER. The VDT
presents a button map of the current button functions for the requested station shown for
your review.
5. Type code (Ll-L25) for button that you wish to program.
6. Type one of the following mnemonics and press ENTER.
OA159 = Delete button
OA160 = Print button
OA161 = Previous field button
OA162 = Next message button
OA163 = Quit button
OAI64 = Text message/next field button
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you have assigned all test messaging buttons and press ENTER.
8. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4 through 7 for each station.
9. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
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14.4.5
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
Mapping PC Attendant Position Function Keys
Description:
The DXP Plus adds programmable function keys to the PC Attendant Position. The
programmable features are in addition to the fixed features currently provided by function keys
Fl through F12. You can assign a different feature to each function key from the list of
functions shown in Section 7.3.1.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu,
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER,
3. From stations, select PC attendant and press ENTER,
4. Type attendant number (14) and press ENTER,
5. From PC attendant menu, select button mapping and press ENTER,
6. Press CONTROL E for button map of function keys and press ENTER,
7. Type button number (Ll-L12) and press ENTER,
8. Type mnemonic (type ? for a description of mnemonic if you
need it) for desired feature and press ENTER,
9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all feature button are programmed,
10. When finished, press ESCAPE twice,
Il. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER,
12. Press ESCAPE to end.
Operation:
To access the programmed functions on the PC Attendant Position, the user must press and hold
the CTRL button while pressing the desired function button on the keyboard.
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Voice Mail Programming
14.5
After connecting an voice mail system to the DXP Plus system, program the DXP Plus to operate properly with it
using the procedures detailed below. They are presented here in a typical order of progression but you can
perform them in any order that is convenient.
14.5.1
Arranging Station Ports For Voice Mail Use
Description:
After you or your installer has connected voice mail ports to the system station ports through the
appropriate interface devices (for example, the VMI-X interface device used with analog station
ports, the ATI-D-IPI’ interface device used with the digital station ports, or the DXIST station
board used with industry-standard telephone ports), you must identify the station ports where
these devices are connected.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From the main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From station menu, select phone types and press ENTER.
4. Type row number for station port type
(ExecuTech = analog, DigiTech = digital, IST = industry standard)
and press ENTER.
5. Type row number for device connected to station port (VMI-X or ATI-D-WI)
and press ENTER. (This step not required for IST.)
6. Type number of station port (1480) and press ENTER.
7. Repeat steps l-6 for each station port used to interface with the voice mail system.
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14.5.2
Assigning Infercorn Numbers To Voice Mail Connections
Description:
You must identify the station intercom number of each voice mail connection and link these
numbers together to form a circular hunt group for call handling purposes. For example, assign
intercom numbers 121, 122, 123, and 124 to voice mail ports 1,2,3, and 4 then link 121 to 122,
122 to 123,123 to 124, and 124 to 121.
Proqamminp Hint: To make the LCD readouts at the system telephones more descriptive
during call transfers, use the Section 72.2 programming procedure to assign a descriptive name
to the personal intercom numbers. If you do this, be sure to name each voice mail port
differently. For instance, you can name them VW, VM2, VM3, and VM4; however, do not
name each port VM without personalizing it further with a unique suffix (such as 1,2,3,4 or A,
B, C, D for example).
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select voice mail and press ENTER.
4. From voice mail menu, type the row number for the voice mail port (l-32)
and press ENTER.
5. Type the personal intercom number for the station port that this voice mail port is
connected to.
6 Press TAB for linked station column and type personal intercom number for station port to
be linked to the station port named in step 5.
9. Press ESCAPE and repeat steps 4-6 for next row number.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER to end.
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DXP Plus Programming Instructions
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Arranging Voice Mail Ca// Transfer Parameters
Automatic Attendant Transfer On Busy
Description:
With automatic attendant transfer on busy enabled, the system will ring a busy telephone when
the voice mail system is attempting to transfer a call to that station. This action gives the user of
the called station the option of interrupting his or her present call and taking the new call.
With automatic attendant transfer on busy disabled, the presence of a new call will not cause
the system to ring the busy telephone. In this case, voice mail automatically routes the call to
the busy telephone’s voice mail box. You must enable the feature known as Ring Back On Busy
(see Section 7.2.36 for details) if you enable this Automatic Attendant Transfer On Busy
feature.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number or previously assigned name of station
being programmed and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE bar for desired setting and press ENTER.
7. When finished press ESCAPE twice.
8. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 for each station or press ESCAPE to end.
Immediate Transfer
Description:
You should choose the automatic attendant immediate transfer mode for voice mail transfers. It
allows the system to release the voice mail port as soon as someone answers tje transferred call.
However, if you turn on the voice mail screen and confirm options (see the voice mail
programming manual for details), do not turn on the DXP Plus immediate transfer mode.
Immediate transfer is a system-wide parameter and affects all telephones in the system.
Programming:
1~ Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, seIect system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select system parameters and press ENTER.
4. From system parameters menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for feature setting and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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14.5.4
Assianina Transfer-To-Voice Mail Button
Description:
A system user can use a pre-programmed button to transfer an incoming call directly to a voice
mail box so the caller can leave a message. You must use the button mapping programming
procedure to assign this Transfer-To-Voice Mail button at a system telephone.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select button mapping and press ENTER.
4. Type prime intercom number or previously assigned name and press ENTER.
The VDT presents a button map with current button functions for requested station
shown for review.
5. Type code (L l-L25) for button that you wish to program
and press ENTER.
6. Type mnemonic for transfer-to-voice mail button and press ENTER.
NOTE: Type XI04 plus a two-digit code (G32) that equals one of the voice mail ports.
Usually, you will enter the code for the first voice mail port and let the extension number
linking (that you have previously arranged) decide which voice mail port actually
handles the call. However if you have arranged voice mail ports into groups for
department answering, enter the voice mail port code for the group that also includes
the telephone that you are button mapping.
7. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
14.5.5
Arranging Voice Mail Ringing Options
Description:
The DXP Plus system automatically enables ringing line preference at the voice mail station
ports. With this feature enabled, the voice mail system’s automatic attendant will answer calls.
You can use direct, delayed, or night ringing features to determine how quickly or when it does
this. With direct ringing, calls ring at the voice mail port immediately. With delayed ringing,
the calls wait before ringing the voice mail port. This gives you the flexibility of having calls
direct ring at a telephone where they can be answered by a human operator before they delay
ring and the automated attendant answers them.
Programming.=
1 I Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select stations and press ENTER.
3. From stations menu, select station programming and press ENTER.
4. Type personal intercom number of voice mail station port and press ENTER.
5. From station programming menu, type item number for desired ringing and press ENTER.
6. Press CONTROL E.
7. Type a for add or type r for remove and press ENTER.
8. Type line port number for lines assigned to voice mail port
l-240 (n,nn,nnn, or n-nnn) and press ENTER.
9. When finished press ESCAPE twice.
10. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
11 n Repeat steps 4-10 for each voice mail port or press ESCAPE to end.
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Assigning Voice Mail Identification (ID) Number
Description:
As an option, you can assign an identification number to each DXP Plus line so that the voice
mail system can provide customized call handling on a per line basis. Use voice mail system
programming to match this ID number to a particular personal directory or transaction box
within the voice mail system. When the DXP PZus routes a call that is ringing at a particular
line to the voice mail system to be answered, it routes it with the ID number. The voice mail
system then sends the call to the box that corresponds to the line’s ID number. You can use
voice mail system programming to construct customized answering prompts for the individual
boxes. This allows the IDed DXP Plus lines to be answered in a customized manner by the
voice mail system’s automatic attendant.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select line and press ENTER.
3. Type port number of line to be programmed (l-240) and press ENTER.
4. From the line menu, select item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Type the identification (ID) number and press ENTER.
6. Press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 for each line or press ESCAPE to end.
14.5.7
Enabling Extended DTMF Tones For Voice Mail Use
Description:
The system provides a means by which you can set the length of the DTMF tones that it
generates when a user dials a number from his or her telephone. Since the voice mail system
may require a different DTMF tone length than that which you have provided for the
telephones, the system provides a means for you to set a separate DTMF tone length for voice
mail station ports. It defaults the length to 80 msec, but you can program other lengths as
needed.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select system and press ENTER.
3. From system menu, select timing and press ENTER.
4. From system timing menu, type item number for feature and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE bar for time and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
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14.5.8
Description:
DXP Plws Programming fnstrwcti~ns
Setting The Voice Mail Integration Digits
You can choose the DTMF digits that the DXP Plus sends to a voice mail system. A voice mail
system uses these DTMF digits to determine system and station status so that it can properly
process a call. You must be versed in your voice mail’s requirements before you can assign
DTMF integration digits in the DXP Plus. The system defaults the voice mail parameters to
match the Comdial voice mail system. Certain applications in countries with dialing plans
different than the United States may require different integration digits. The default digits are
shown in the following list and discussed below:
Follow Extension ID = 2
Intercom/Answer Confirmation = 1
Do Not Disturb = 3
Busy = 2
Incoming Intercom Answer = 9
Disconnect = A
Follow Extension ID - When the voice mail system receives a forwarded call from a ring
no-answer (RNA) or busy station, the DXP Plus sends to the voice mail system the extension
number of the forwarded call followed by this DTMF digit (n). The DXP Plus sends this digit
within 500 ms of the time the voice mail system answers the call. For example, if extension 101
is forwarded to voice mail and voice mail answers a forward RNA or busy forwarded call, the
DXF’ Plus sends 1Oln to the voice mail system within 500 ms of the answer time.
Intercom/Answer Confirmation - The DXP Pkus sends this DTMF digit to the voice mail
system to confirm that an intercom path (without dial tone) is available for the voice mail
system’s call transfer or dialing use. The DXP Plus sends this digit within 500 ms of the time it
detects the voice mail system’s off-hook or hookflash condition. The DXP Plus ah
immediately sends this digit to the voice mail system when a station answers a voice mail
transferred call. This action can alert the voice mail system to disconnect and leave the parties
connected.
Busy - If the voice mail system transfers a call to a station that is busy on a call, the DXP Plus
sends this DTh4F digit to the voice system. When the voice mail system receives this digit, it
can abandon the transfer, reconnect to the call, and offer the caller whatever options the the
voice mai system has available in its programming. If the DXP Plus auto attendant transfer on
busy feature is active, the DXP Plus will not send the DTh4F digit to the voice mail system thus
allowing the system to transfer a second call to the station.
DND - If the voice mail system transfers a call to a station that is in the do not disturb (DND)
mode, the DXP Plus sends this DTh4F digit to the voice system. Receiving this digit allows the
voice mail system to distinguish between a busy and a DND condition and offer the caller the
appropriate choices.
Incoming Intercom Answer - The DXP Plus sends this DTMF digit to the voice mail system
when a station user makes an intercom call to the voice mail system. This action allows the
voice mail system to distinguish between internal and external calls and offer the caller
appropriate prompts and dialing options.
Disconnect - When an outside line or intercom party hangs up, the DXP Plus sends this DTMF
digit to the voice mail system to command an immediate disconnect. For outside calls, the
central office (CO) must provide disconnect supervision to the DXP Pkus and you must program
the DXP Plus line for abandon hold release and disconnect supervision (see Section 8. I for
details). At default, the DXP Plus sends the DTMF tone for the A character as the disconnect
digit. Since a caller cannot dial an A from a telephone. This feature eliminates callers from
causing an accidental disconnect by dialing this digit on their telephone’s dial pad.
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Programming The Voice Mail Integration Digits
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select peripherals and press ENTER.
3. From peripherals menu, select voice mail and press ENTER.
4. From the voice mail menu select integration digits and press ENTER.
5. From the integration digits menu, type row number for item and press ENTER.
6. Type entry and press ENTER.
7. Repeat step 6 until finished.
8. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
9. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
10. Press ESCAPE twice to return to main menu.
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14.6
Modem Setup
Description:
The system supports the operation of the DXMDM serial data modem. The DXMDM is a
general-purpose, Hayes*-compatible, 300, 1200, and 2400 automatic baud detect, serial data
modem that receives its operating power and configuration programming from the DXP PLUS
system. The CPU board provides a dedicated serial data port for DXMDM modem use. Install
and connect the DXMDM per the details described in IMI89 185, Installation Instructions For
The DXMDM Modem. If you connect the modem to a serial data port that you add to the system
by installing a communications card, you will need to program the system for modem operation
on this port.
The DXMDM modem depends upon the system for both its power and its configuration, and
you must set switch SW7, located on the CPU board, to its ON setting to ensure continuous
modem operation. This setting ensures that the modem will reset properly if you cycle AC
power to the system. You should leave this switch set to its ON position for continuous modem
operation.
If you disconnect the modem power cord from the precharge port, you must reset the modem
after you reconnect the power cord. Reset the modem by switching SW7 to OFF and then to
ON. (Alternately, you can use the system manager programming from the programming station
to reset the modem. To do this, enter the system manager programming mode, and dial a$#.)
Normally, you do not program the initialize string because it defaults with the necessary values
for DXMDM operation; however, you may adjust the rings-before-answer value if necessary.
To do this, set the SO= value to the desired number (1 = one ring, 2 = two rings, and so forth).
The initialize string characteristics are the following standard Hayes*-compatible values:
attention modem command
AT
number of received rings before modem answers (one)
so=1
speaker completely off
MO
result
codes not sent
Ql
echo off
EO
Regardless of which port you choose for modem connection, the system arranges for that port to
automatically match the baud rate and serial data parameters of the modem.
Programming:
To arrange for a serial data port other than the dedicated port to accept modem operation,
perform this programming procedure.
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu
2. From main menu, select peripherals and press ENTER.
3. From peripherals menu, select modem setup and press ENTER.
4. From modem setup menu, type item number for port and press ENTER.
5. Type number for modem port and press ENTER to accept setting.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
7. Type y to accept changes, n to reject them, or r to resume editing and press ENTER.
* Hayes is a registered trademark of Hayes Microcomputer Products.
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15.1
DXP Plus Programming hstructions
Understanding The Board Configuration Feature
Because there are no dedicated station or line ports in the DXP plus, the system uses an automatic configuration
method to logically number its stations and lines. Automatic configuration occurs after you perform a master clear
on the system.
How automatic With automatic configuration, the system does a search for all installed station and line boards
in the main and expansion cabinets, and assigns a logical number for each provided station and
configuration
line encountered during the search. The search begins in the main cabinet at the left-most
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universal slot and proceeds left to right. The search then moves to the upper expansion cabinet
where it searches left-most slot to right-most slot. The search finally moves to the lower
expansion cabinet where it again searches left-most slot to right-most slot. When automatic
configuration is finished, the system has logically numbered all station and line ports in
ascending order from the left-most slot to right-most slot throughout the entire system.
How logical
number and
physical
location relate
to one another
The logical number of a station or line corresponds to its relationship to other stations or lines in
the system but is not dependent upon the board’s placement in the cabinet. The physical
location of a station or line corresponds to the order of the system’s board slots. The main
cabinet contains slots l-9, the upper expansion cabinet contains slots 10-20, and the lower
expansion cabinet contains slots 21-30. Therefore, even if the first encountered station board is
located in slot five of the main cabinet, the system still assigns logical number one to the first
station provided by that board. During installation, you can skip slots. For example, you can
install eight-line, loop start, line boards in only slots one and 30 if you wish. In this case, slot
one yields logical line numbers 1-8 and slot 30 yields logical line numbers 9-17.
Where you can Each installed board requires timing circuits equal to its capacity. For example, a 16-station
board requires 16 timing circuits, an eight-line loop start line board requires eight circuits, and a
place circuit
fully configured Tl trunk board requires 24 timing circuits. In the DXP plus, each universal slot
boards
provides 32 timing circuits. Because of this timing circuit provision of each slot, you can place
any station or line board at any slot location with no restrictions.
Adding boards
without
renumbering
If you install or relocate a station or line board, this board does not operate until you take
appropriate programming action described in Sections 15.3, 15.4, or 15.5. If you use an
available open slot for adding or relocating a board, that board’s stations or lines assume logical
numbers in sequence after the system’s last assigned logical station or line number. For
example, if the system’s last logical station number is 24, the logical numbers of the newly
installed board’s stations begin at logical number 25.
After you remove a board and delete it through programming, that boards’s logical numbers are
available for reassignment. This means that you can remove a board, add or move another
board, take the appropriate programming action, and have the stations or lines of the added or
relocated board assume the logical numbers made available by the removed board. For example,
if the system’s last logical number is 64 and you remove the board providing stations with
logical numbers 1-16, the stations provided by an added board assume logical numbers
beginning with 1 instead of 65. However, if you remove an eight-station board and add a
16-station board, the first eight stations stations on the added board assume logical numbers II-8
and the last eight stations assume logical numbers 65-72.
Remember, should you master clear the system, the automatic configuration feature logically
numbers all station and line ports in ascending order from the left-most slot to right-most slot
throughout the entire system. This action renumbers those station and lines provided by boards
that you have added or relocated since you last performed the system master clear.
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Examining The Board Status
Description:
This programming procedure allows you to examine the board layout for the entire system and
determine each board’s operating status.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select board configuration and press ENTER.
3. From board configuration menu, select status and press ENTER.
4. From the ensuing screen presentation, examine the board status for the system.
5. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
15.3
Adding Boards To The System
Description:
When you add a circuit board to the system, the system will not recognize that board’s presence
until you take this programming action.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select board configuration and press ENTER.
3. From board configuration menu, select add and press ENTER.
4. Enter the board slot number (l-30) for the added board and press ENTER.
5. Press the SPACE BAR for mnemonic of added board and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
15.4
Deleting Boards From The System
When you delete a circuit board from the system, the system will not recognize that board’s
absence until you take this programming action.
Description:
Programming: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
15.5
Press CONTROL T for main menu.
From main menu, select board configuration and press ENTER.
From board configuration menu, select add and press ENTER.
Enter the board slot number (l-30) for the removed board and press ENTER.
When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Moving Boards Within The System
Description:
When you move a circuit board within the system, the system will not recognize that board’s
relocation until you take this programming action.
Programming:
1. Press CONTROL T for main menu.
2. From main menu, select board configuration and press ENTER.
3. From board configuration menu, select add and press ENTER.
4. Enter the old board slot number (l-30) for the relocated board and press ENTER.
5. Enter the new board slot number (l-30) for the relocated board and press ENTER.
6. When finished, press ESCAPE twice.
Board Layout Programming 75-3
Index
A
8.1.10
Abandon Hold Release
Absorb Ring Time (for Caller ID), Setting
14.1.2
Account Code (For Class Of Service)
IO.35
10.1.5, 10.3.1
Account Code (System Parameters)
Account Code Display And Account Code
10.1.6, 10.3.2
Display Time
10.1.7, 10.3.3
Account Code Length
Account Code Programming
10.3.4
Account Codes (Forced with Positive Verificatiori).l.l,lO.3
Account Codes, Add, Remove, Display
10.3.4
Account Codes, Forced
7.1.40
Adding Intercom Numbers
9.3
7.1.41
Allow Busy Display
Allow Ringer Off
7.2.24
ANI Delivery
8.4.2
Answer Time Limit
10.1.2
Archive And Restore The Database,
1.6
Using VMMI Software To
6.9.3, 12.2
ARS Enable
7.1.42
ARS Hookflash, Restrict
12.3
ARS, Line Groups
12.4
ARS Route Tables
6.8.4
Attendant Hold Recall
7.2.30
Attendant Position (Alternate, Overflow)
6.8.15, 10.5.1
Authorization Code Timeout
10.5
Authorization Code
Automatic Attendant Immediate Transfer
6.9.2
14.5.3
Automatic Attendant Transfer On Busy
7.1.2
Automatic Hold On Intercom Number
7.1.2
Automatic Hold On Lines
7.1.2
Automatic Hold
Automatic Number Identification Delivery
8.7.1
Automatic Privacy
8.1.5
Automatic Reports (SMDA)
Automatic Route Selection
Automatic Route Selection Diagram
Automatic Route Selection Dial Tone
Automatic Route Selection, Enabling
Automatic Route Selection for Speed Dial Numbers
Automatic Route Selection, Hookflash Restriction
Automatic Station Relocation
Automatic Transfer On Busy
Auxiliary Equipment Interface
Auxiliary Port
10.2.1
6.9.3
12.1
6.9.4
12
12.6
7.1.44
6.9.15
7.2.28
8.1.14
8.1.2
B
Background Music
Block Programming, Button Mapping
Block Programming, Class-Of-Service
Block Programming, Line
Block Programming, Station Features
Block Programming
Board Configuration Feature, Understanding The
Board Configuration, Using VMMI Software
To Perform The
Board Layout, Configuring The System’s
Board Status, Examining The
Boards, Adding To The System
Boards, Deleting From The System
Boards, Moving Within The System
Busy Lead Detection
Busy On SOHVA
Busy Status, Display Of
Button Map Default
Button Mapping, Block Programming
Button Mapping By Station
7.1.3
7.5.3
7.5.1
8.2.3
7.5.2
7.5
15.1
1.7
15
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
8.1.14
7.2.19
7.1.41
6.1.5
7.5.3
7.3
Index -7
C
Call Announce Beeps
Call Announce Tone Bursts
Call Announce
Call Cost Display
Call Forward
Call Park Access
Call Park Recall
Call Park
Call Pick-Up, Enable
call Pick-Up Group
Call Pick-Up
Call Waiting (Tone)
Caller ID Active, Making
Caller ID Active
Caller ID Baud Rate, Setting
Caller ID Programming
Caller ID Ring No-Answer (RNA)
Camp-On/Automatic Call Back Ring
Camp-On/Call Back
Camp-On Originate, Camp-On Receive
Camp-On Programming
Camp-On Tone
Central Message Desk
Class-Of-Service, Block Programming
Class Of Service Default
Class Of Service Features, Programming
Class Of Service
Clear Major Alarm Ring
Clear System Status Log
Command Prompts and Error
Reporting, Reviewing The
Command Prompts, Reviewing The
Common Audible Ringer ( Interface)
Conference, Unsupervised
Configuring The System’s Board Layout
Connecting The PC To The DXP Plus
Console Installed
Control Key Delinitionss, Reviewing The
Copy Model COS, Station, Button Map
Copy Model Line
COS Programming For Tracker Access
Cost Incoming
Costing Information (ARS)
2- Index
B
7.2.10
7.2.10
8.7.1
7.1.4, 12.5.1
7.1.5
7.1.6
6.8.1, 7.1.6
7.1.6
7.1.7
7.1.7
7.1.7
7.1.8
14.1.4
8.1.16
14.15
14.1
7.2.13, 14.1.6
6.8.13,7.1.10
7.1.10
7.1.10
7.1.10
6.8.3,7.1.10
6.9.9
75.1
6.1.3
7.1
7.2.3
7.1.42
6.1.9
4
4.1
6.10.8
7.1.35
?5
1.1
7.2.26
3.2
7.5
8.2.3
14.2.4
8.1.7, 125.3
12.5
Database Programming Station
7.2.27
Day 1, Day 2, and Night Ringing Begin
and End Times
6.9.18,7.2.13
Day 1 Ring
7.2.13
Day 2 Ring
7.2.13
Day Exception Number/Night Exception Number
7.2.16
Day Exception Number/Night
Exception Number, Remote
7.1.30,8.4.5
Day Restriction Level/Night Restriction Level
7.1.25
Day Route Access/Night Route Access
7.1.23
Default, Button Map
6.1.5
Default, Class Of Service
6.1.3
Default, DID Translation Table
6.1.8
Default Forward Type
7.2.11
Default Functional Programming
6.1
Default, Line
6.1.6
Default Relocation Response
6.9.16
Default, Station
6.1.4
Default, System
6.1.2
Default, Tables
6.1.7
Delayed Ringing
7.2.13
Dial Time Limit
10.1.1
Dialing Complete
6.8.22
Dialing Mode
8.1.9,8.4.2,8.7.1
DID Alternate Routing
8.4.2
DID Control Signalling
8.4.2
DID/DNIS Block Name
8.4.2
DID/DNIS Programming
8.4.3
DID/DNIS Translation Tables
8.4.3
DID Line
8.1.2
DID Options
8.4.2
DID Translation Table, Default
6.1.8
DID Translation Tables Programming
8.4.3
Digital Voice Announce Programming
14.3
Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Support
8.4
Direct Inward Dialing Line Examples
8.4.1
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Programming
8.8
Direct Ringing
7.2.13
Directed Station Hold
7.1.28
Disabled
7.2.25
DISA Specific Programming
8.8.1
DISA Voice Options
8.1.18,8.4.%, 8.7.1
DISA
8.1.18,8.7.1
DISA Configurations
8.8.1
Disconnect Supervision
8.1.15
Display Configurations
6.2
Display, Enhanced LCD
7.2.46
Display Name
7.2.2
Display Of Busy Status
7.1.41
Display Of Costed Calls
7.1.4, 12.5.1
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
Do Not Disturb Inhibit
Do Not Disturb Override
Do Not Disturb Programming
DSS/BLF Consoles Installed
DTMF Extended Dialing
DTMF Level
DVA Application
DVA Auto Attendant With Single Digit
Menu Application
DVA/DISA Application
DVA Messages, Defining
DVA Messages, Editing The
DVA Messages, Recording The
DVA Operation, Programming For
DVA Status Reports, Obtaining
DVAlTracker Paging System Application
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7.1.11
7.1.11
7.1.11
7.2.26
6.8.4,7.2.31
8.1.13,8.7.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.1
14.3.2
14.3.3
14.3.3
14.3.3
14.3.3
14.3.1
E
E&M DNIS Line
E&M Tie Line
Emergency Numbers
Enabling Automatic Route Selection
Enabling Or Disabling DISA Lines
Enhanced LCD Display
Enhanced Subdued Ringing
Equipment Needs
Exception Number Programming
Exclusive Hold
Executive Override Block
Executive Override, Enable/Disable
Executive Override Programming
Expected CO Digits
Extended Dialing, DTMF
External Paging Port
8.1.2
8.1.2
10.4
F
Feature Code, Changing The
Feature Mnemonic List
Feature Renumbering
Flash/Recall
Flexible Ringing Assignments
Forced Account Codes
Forward RNA Ring Busy
Forward Type
6.11.2
7.3.1
6.12
6.8.8
7.2.13,7.6.1
7.140
7.2.12
7.2.11
G
Gain And Attenuation Settings For
Line Transmit And Receive
General Programming Information
Ground Start Line Support Programming
Ground Start Line Support
Ground Start Line
Group Intercom Access
6.13.7,8.1.18
1
8.5.1
8.5
8.1.2
7.2.7,9.3.1
H
12
8.8.2
7.1.46
7.2.23
1.0
11.7
7.1.12
7.1.13
7.1.13
7.1.13
8.4.2
6.8.3,7.2.31, 145.7
6.10.9
Handset Volume On Impact Telephones
7.1.43
Headset
7.2.29
Hold, Directed Station
7.1.28
Hold, Exclusive
7.1.12
Hold, Music On Intercom
7.1.20
Hold, Music Or Tone
7.1.19,8.1.4
Hold Release, Abandon
8.1.10
Hold Recall
6.8.4
Hunt List For PC Attendant Use, Programming A
14.4.2
Hunt List, Intercom
7.2.6
Index -3
I
Idle Line Preference
Idle Line Priority
Idle Line Programming
Immediate Transfer
Industry-Standard Telephone Support
Initial Tracker Pager Assignments, Making
Installing The VMMI Software Program
Interactive Button Support
Intercom Hunt List
Intercom Number Forwarded To
Intercom Number, Personal
Intercom Numbers, Modifying
Intercom Numbers, Programming
Intercom Numbers To Voice Mail
Connections, Assigning
Intercoms For DVA Messages, Programming
Internal Interdigit Dialing
Internal IST Flash
IST Distinctive Ringing
IST DTMF Receiver Timeout
IST Flash, Internal
IST Flash Time
IST Hold Confirmation
IST Ring Frequency
IST Ring Timeout
IST Ringing On Busy
IST Ringing Patterns
IST Ringing Per Phase
7.1.14
7.%.14,7.2.5
7.1.14
14.53
7.2.35
14.2.3
1.2
7.2.32
7.26,9.3.2
7.2.11
7.2.1
9.2
9
14.5.2
14.3.3
6.8.11
7.1.39p7.2.35
7.1.15,7.2.35
6.8.17,7.2.35
7.1.39
6.8.18,7.2.35
7.2.33,7.2.35
6.9.12,7.2.35
6.8.16,7.2.35
7.2.35
6.9.11,7.2.35
6.9.10,7.2.35
K
Keyboard And Terminal Definitions, Understanding
Keyboard Definitions, Reviewing The
3
3.1
L
LCD Contrast
LCD Display, Enhanced
LCD Messaging
Line Answer
Line, Block Programming
Line Default
Line Disable
4- Index
7.2.14
7.1.46
6.3.1,7.1.16
7.1.31
8.2.3
6.1.6
8~1.3
Line Disconnect Automatic Camp-On
Line Feature Programming
Line Group Access
Line Group Programming
Line Group Queue
Line Group Queuing
Line Groups for ARS
Line Name
Line Originate
Line Programming
Line-To-Line Connect Duration
Line-To-Line Transfer
Line Type
LineNoice OptionlDVA Relationships,
Understanding The
Lines For PC Attendant Use, Assigning
Local Call Table (for caller ID), Arranging
Login Procedure, Performing The
Loop Start Line Support
Loop Start Line
6.9.14
8
7.1.35.8.2.1
8.2
7.1.36
8.2.2
12.3
8.1.1
7.1.32
8.1
6.8.12.7.1.37
7.1.37
8.1.2
14.3.1
14.4.3
14.1.4
1.3
8.6
8.12
n4
Major Alarm Alerting Parameters, Programming The 6.13.3
Major Alarm Alerting
6.9.8
Major Alarm Ring, Clear
7.1.42
Master Clear
6.1.1
Maximum Call Duration Time
6.8.10,7.1.34
Maximum Call Duration
7.1.34
Meet Me Answer Page
6.10.5.7.1.17
Message Deposi
6.3.2,7.1.18
Message Wait Originate
6.3.3,7.1.19
Message Waiting
6.3.3,7.I.19
Messaging
6.3
Messaging, LCD
7.1.16
Mnemonic List Of Features
7.3.I
Modem Setup
14.6
Modify Digit Table To Route, Assigning
12.4.4
Modify Digit Table
12.4.4
Modify Digit Tables, Programming
12.4.4
Modifying Intercom Numbers
9.2
Music, Background
7.1.3
Music On Intercom Hold
7.1.20
Music Or Tone On Hold
7.1.20,8.1.4
lMi66-123
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
N
Night Ring
Night Transfer-Gf Ringing
7.2.13
7.2.13
0
On Board Software Upgrade
Operator Station
Out Dial Delay Time
6.1.12
6.9.13
6.8.14
P
6.13.7,8.1.18
Pad Level-Transmit, Receive
7.1.17
Page, Meet Me Answer
6.8.2,
14.2.5
Page Recall
6.10.2,6.8.5
Paging Access
6.10
Paging Programming
6.10.4,7.1.21
Paging Receive
6.10.3,7.1.22
Paging Transmit
6.10
Paging Zones
6.11.1
Password, Changing The
6.11
Password Programming
6.6.1,6.8.7
Pause Time
14.4.1
PC Attendant Position, Enabling The
14.4.5
PC Attendant Position Function Keys, Mapping
14.4
PC Attendant Position Programming
PC Attendant Position Text Messaging Buttons,
14.4.4
Assigning The
1.3
Performing The Login Procedure
6.8.9,7.1.33
Periodic Tone Time
7.1.33
Periodic Line Tone
14
Peripheral Devices, Programming For
7.2.1
Personal Intercom Number
7.2.13
Personalized Ringing Tone
7.4
Phone Types
7.2.20
Pick-Up Groups
8.1.11
Positive Disconnect Time
7.2.8
Prime Intercom Number
7.2.8
Prime Line Group
7.2.8
Prime Line Programming
7.2.8
Prime Line Type
13
Printer Interface
13
Printouts, Selecting System
8.1.5
Privacy Release
Programming Call Costing and Station Message
10
Detail Accounting and Reports
2
Programming Considerations, Reviewing General
8.8.3
Programming DISA Authorization Codes
14
Programming For Peripheral Devices
9
Programming Intercom Numbers
8
Programming Line Features
7.2.27
Programming Port
7.1
Programming Station Class Of Service Features
7,7.2
Programming Station Features
6
Programming System Features
6.13
Programming The Tl Parameters
11
Programming Toll Restriction
Programming Call Costing and Station Message Detail
10
Accounting and Reports
6.8.20,8.1.8
Pulse Dial Interdigit Time
6.8.21,g.l.g
Pulse Dial Make./Pulse Dial Break
6.8.21.8.1.8
Pulse Dial Ratio
Quick Transfer
7.1.43
Index -6
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DXP Pius Programming fnsfrucfions
R
Recall Call Forward
7.1.5
Recall/Flash
6..8.7
Recall, Timed
6.8.5
Relays , External Paging Equipment Control
6.10.6
Relays (External Tl Alarm Reporting)
6.13.1
Relays, Line Answer From Any Station
6.10.7
Reloading Or Up-Grading The System Software
1.4
Remote COS Programming
8.8.4
Remote Day/Night Exception Number
7.1.30,8.4.5
Remote Station Disable
7.129
Removing Intercom Numbers
9.4
Renumbering Intercom Numbers
9.5
Reports, Automatic
10.22
Reports, SMDA, Examples
10.2.3
Reports, Manual
10.2.1
Report Option
10.1.10
Reporting Errors
4.2
Response Messaging
6.3.2,7.1.17
Restrict ARS Hookflasb
7.1.44
Restricted Numbers Programming Procedure
11.6.1
Restricted Numbers Programming
11.6
Restriction Level Programming
11.4
Ring Back On Busy
7.2.36
Ring Back Tone
6.9.17
Ring Frequency, IST
6.9.12
Ring Mode (IST)
6.9.11
Ring No-Answer Rings
7.2.13
Ringer Volume Off
7.224
Ringing Line Preference
7.1.23
Ringing On Busy
7.2.23
Ringing Preference
7.1.23
RNA Record (for CaIIer ID), , Deleting Viewed
14.1.1
Route Access Level
12.4.3
Route Table Warning Tone
12.4.1
Route Tables (ARS)
12.4
Routes
12.4.2
S
Selecting System Printouts
Serial Data Port Numbers To Installation Locations,
Matching
Serial Data Port Parameters, Setting
Serial Data Port Parameters
Serial Number, Obtaining The Systen Software
Serial Port
Serial Ports 1 l-18 Select
Service Observable, Making A Station
Service Observe, Initiating
Service Observing
6- index
13
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4
1.3
6.4
6.9.20
7.2.15
7.2.15
7.2.15
Services DTMF Highway
6.9.19
Single Line Proprietary Telephone TAP Button
7.2.22
Single Line TAP
7.2.22
SMDA Attendant Delete
10.1.8
SMDA Report Examples
10.2.3
SMDA Reports
10.2
SMDAISMDR Parameters
10.1
SMDA/SMDR Printer Port
10.1.9
SMDAISMDR Programming
10
SMDR Print Parameter
10.1.3
SMDR Record Format
10.1.4
SMDR Record Sample Shown In SMDA Formae
10.1.4
SMDR Record
8.1.6.10.1.11
Softkeys Setup
7.2.32
Software Reset
6.1.11
SOHVA Beeps
6.5.2,7.2.17
SOHVA, Busy On
6.5.1,7.2.19
SOHVA Groups
6.5.3,7.2.18
SOHVA Programming
6.5
SOHVA Tone Bursts
6.5.2,7.2.17
Speed Dial Groups, System
7.1.26
Speed Dial Groups
6.6.2
Speed Dial Numbers, ARS
12.6
Speed Dial Programming
6.6
Speed Dial Sets
6.6.3,7.2.4
Speed Dial, System
6.6.4
Square/Non-Square System
7.3
Station Default
6.1.4
Station Disable
7.2.25
Station Disable, Remote
7.1.29
Station Features, Block Programming
7.52
Station Features, Programming
7,7.2
Station Monitoring
7:1.27
Station Name
7.2.2
Station Numbering, Understanding
9.1
Station Ports For Voice Mail Use, Arrqanging
14.5.1
Station Transfer Recall
6.8.4
Status Log, Clearing The
6.13.6
Status Log, Printing The
6.13.5
Synchronized Ringing
6.9.1
System Clock
6.7
System Default
6-I-2
6
System Features Programming
System Parameters
6.9
System Software, Reloading Or Up-Grading The
1.4
System Speed Dial Groups
7.1.26
System Speed Dial
6.6.4
System Status Button To A Station,Assigning A
6.13.4
System Status Log, Clear
6.1.9
System Status Reporting
6-9.6
System Timing
6.8
DXP Plus Programming Instructions
T
6.13
Tl Parameters, Programming The
6.13.2
Tl Status Log Parameters, Programming The
6.13.1
Tl Status Reporting And Major Alarm Alerting
Tl Status Reporting
6.9.7
6.1.7
Tables Default
Telephone Types
1.4
5
Terminal Emulation Programming, Performing The
Terminal Mode Definitions, Reviewing The
3.3
Terminal Setup
6.2
7.2.21
Thru Dialing (Through Dialing)
Tie Line Non-Standard Protocol Signalling
8.7.1
Tie Line Parameters
8.7.1
Tie Line Standard-Protocol Signalling
8.7.1
Tie Line Support Programming
8.1.2
Tie Line Support
8.7
Tie Line Types
8.7.1
Time and Date
6.7
Timed Recall
6.8.5
Toll ARS Dialing Pause
6.9.5
Toll Groups Programming
11.5
Toll Groups
8.1.12,8.7.1
Toll Restriction Example 1
11.1
Toll Restriction Example 2
11.3
Toll Restriction Flow Diagram
11.3
Toll Restriction, Programming
11
Tone First
7.2.9
Tone Length
6.8.4,7.2.31
Tone Or Music On Hold
7.1.19,8.1.4
Tone Or Voice Signalling
7.2.9
Tracker Access
7.1.9
Tracker Paging System Assignments, Making
14.2.2
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Tracker Paging System Options, Programming
14.2.1
Tracker Paging System Programming
14.2
Transfer Ring Cadence
1.2.34
Transfer-To-Voice Mail Button, Assigning
14.5.4
Translate A DXP Database, Using VMMI Software To 1.5
u
Understanding Station Numbering
Unsupervised Conference
Up-Grading Or Reloading The System Software
9.1
7.1.35
1.4
V
VMMI Software Program, Installing The
1.2
Voice Announce Block
7.1.38
Voice Mail Call Transfer Parameters, Arranging
14.5.3
Voice Mail DTMF Tone
6.8.18. 14.5.7
Voice Mail ID
8.1.17. 14.5.6
Voice Mail Identification (ID) Number, Assigning 14.5.6
Voice Mail Integration Digits, Programming The
14.5.8
Voice Mail Integration Digits, Setting The
14.5.8
Voice Mail Programming
14.5
Voice Mail Ringing Options, Arranging
14.5.5
Voice Or Tone Signalling
7.2.9
Voice Prompts
6.1.10
W
Windows Terminal Emulation, Configurating The
1.8
z
Zone Programming
6.10.1