Samsung OfficeServ 7400 Installation guide

OfficeServ 7400
Programming Guide
INTRODUCTION
This is the programming guide for the OfficeServ 7400 system. The system allows you to
use a digital phone to quickly and easily change the system setup through MMC (Man Machine Communication) programming. Each MMC is used for a specific purpose and is
given its own number.
This guide describes each MMC program in detail and provides an example of its use for
guidance. If you have any questions regarding your OfficeServ 7400 system or how to program it, call your authorized Samsung dealer.
Guide Contents
This guide comprises two chapters and an annex.
CHAPTER 1. Overview Of MMC Programming
This chapter describes things you need to know before starting MMC programming. For
example, it describes the special programming buttons on the digital phone and the precautions you need to take.
CHAPTER 2. MMC Programming
This chapter describes in detail how to use each MMC program. MMCs are listed in numerical order.
ANNEX A. Abbreviations
Explains abbreviations frequently used in this guide and related guides.
Reference Guides
The following guides are also provided with your OfficeServ 7400 system.
OfficeServ 7400 Installation Guide
Describes the installation procedures and specifications for the OfficeServ 7400 system.
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OfficeServe 7400 Programming Guide
OfficeServ 7400 General Description
Describes the business features available with the OfficeServ 7400 system.
WIP-5000M User Guide
This is a user’s guide for the WIP-5000M mobile telephone that is designed to use the
wireless LAN provided by the OfficeServ 7400 system.
Conventions Used in this Guide
WARNING
Provides information or instructions that you should follow in order to avoid personal injury.
CAUTION
Provides information or instructions that you should follow in order to avoid service failure or damage to the system.
NOTE
Indicates additional information for reference.
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WARNING
When using Auto Record (MMC 752)
Make sure that you are not violating any laws on the use of recording equipment.
Samsung is not responsible for any illegal use of this feature.
Caution
CAUTION
CALL COST (MMC 508)
Changing this value when there is a call in progress may result in an inaccurate
call cost. This MPD facility requires the Meter Pulse Detection version of the trunk
card.
If intending to make changes in MMCs 503, 506, 510, 805, 807 or 816
Do not change the default levels without the assistance of your dealer or Samsung Technical Support.
Compliance with the National Version Standards
For the national version, OfficeServ 7400 is designed to comply with the standards of the corresponding country. Therefore, if you need to use MMC 812 (Set
Country Code), please consult your dealer for advice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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Guide Contents ................................................................................................................................... i
Reference Guides ............................................................................................................................... i
Conventions Used in this Guide ........................................................................................................ ii
Warning ............................................................................................................................................. iii
Caution.............................................................................................................................................. iii
CHAPTER 1. Overview of MMC Programming
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Introduction to Programming .............................................................................................................. 1-1
Technician-Level Programming ..................................................................................................... 1-1
Customer-Level Programming....................................................................................................... 1-1
Station-Level Programming ........................................................................................................... 1-1
Digital Phones........................................................................................................................................ 1-2
DCS Euro Phones.......................................................................................................................... 1-2
DS/ITP-5000 Series Phones ......................................................................................................... 1-3
Precautions When Programming ........................................................................................................ 1-6
Program (MMC) List By Programming Level ..................................................................................... 1-7
1 Station-Level Programming...................................................................................................... 1-7
2
Customer-Level Programming ................................................................................................. 1-8
3 Technician-Level Programming.............................................................................................. 1-13
Program (MMC) List by Name............................................................................................................ 1-15
Program (MMC) List by Function ...................................................................................................... 1-21
1 Phone Function ...................................................................................................................... 1-21
Networking Function .................................................................................................................... 1-22
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Function .............................................................................. 1-22
WLAN (Wireless LAN)Function ................................................................................................... 1-22
LCR (Least Cost Routing) Function............................................................................................. 1-23
Voice Mail Function...................................................................................................................... 1-23
Diagnosis Function ...................................................................................................................... 1-24
Hotel Function.............................................................................................................................. 1-24
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Summary of Programming Procedures.............................................................................................. 2-1
Programming Procedures .................................................................................................................... 2-2
ANNEX A. Abbreviations
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A–C
..........................................................................................................................................A-1
D–I
..........................................................................................................................................A-2
K–N
..........................................................................................................................................A-3
O–S
..........................................................................................................................................A-4
T–V
..........................................................................................................................................A-5
W–X
..........................................................................................................................................A-6
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1
24B LCD DCS Euro Phone ....................................................................................... 1-2
Figure 1.2
DS-5038S Phone....................................................................................................... 1-3
Figure 1.3
DS/ITP-5014D Phone ................................................................................................ 1-4
Figure 1.4
DS/ITP-5021D Phone ................................................................................................ 1-4
Figure 1.5
DS-5014S/5007S Phone ........................................................................................... 1-5
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Programming
MMC is short for Man Machine Communication, a means of programming your telephone
system via a digital display phone. This chapter covers the things you need to know before
you start MMC programming. The phone’s special programming buttons and precautions
are discussed.
Introduction to Programming
Programming means setting and changing the data that is used for the system operating
program. There are three levels of MMC programming: technician-, operator-, and stationlevel. Technician- and operator-level programming require a passcode to access MMCs and
are done by the installing technician and system administrator respectively. Station level
programming does not require a passcode and can be done by phone users.
You need a digital display (LCD) phone in order to carry out programming.
Technician-Level Programming
This level allows access to all MMCs and is required, normally, at the time the system is
installed to set up the system for the customer’s requirements. Some MMCs may cause the
system to fail if used without a thorough understanding of system operation. The installing
technician decides what MMCs to make accessible at customer level (using MMC 802) to
allow the system administrator to refine the system setup when it is operating.
Customer-Level Programming
The system administrator (customer) can do programming allowed by the installer in MMC
802 to change or enter new information for the system when it is in operation.
Station-Level Programming
Programming can be done at station level by the administrator, or individual station users
via their own phones, to change the data for individual phones only. The MMCs accessible
are fewer than those available at other levels
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Digital Phones
You need a digital display (LCD) phone in order to carry out programming. These include
DCS Euro keysets and DS/ITP 5000 Series keysets, and some examples are described in
the following sections. All use special programming buttons to select options on the display
screen.
DCS Euro Phones
Volume Control Buttons
Volume control for handset,
ring, speaker, etc
Soft Buttons(3)
Scroll Button
Used to activate
features via the display
Used to select start menu and
scroll through display options
Programmable Buttons
With tri-coloured LEDs :
SCROLL
24B = 16
12B = 8
VOLUME
REDIAL MEMORY
DND SPEAKER
TRSF
RECALL
HOLD
ANS/RLS
Redial Button
Memory Button
DND Button
Speaker Button
Programmable Buttons
With red LEDs :
24B = 8, 12B = 4, 6B = 6
Microphone
Speaker
For hands-free operation.
Used in place of handset
Pullout Directory Tray
Transfer Button
Hold Button
ANS/RLS Button
Recall Button
Figure 1.1 24B LCD DCS Euro Phone
24B LCD phone has 24 programmable buttons: left column is numbered 1-12 from the top;
right column is numbered 13-24 from the top. Buttons 19 to 24 are special buttons ‘A’–
‘F’ used for programming.
12B LCD phone has 12 programmable buttons numbered 1-12 from top to bottom. Buttons 7 to 12 are special buttons ‘A’–‘F’ used for programming.
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6B LCD phone has 6 programmable buttons: left column is numbered 1-3 from the top;
right column is numbered 4-6 from the top. Buttons 1 to 3 are special buttons ‘A’–‘C’
and buttons 4 to 6 are special buttons ‘D’–‘F’ used for programming.
(Note that the special buttons are referred to within the relevant MMCs. For example, button ‘A’ is used to toggle between uppercase and lowercase characters when entering text in
the display.)
All programmable buttons can be programmed with functions as required.
The left soft button is used to save data or to move the cursor in the LCD display to the left.
The right soft button is used to save data or to move the cursor in the display to the right.
Other buttons also have special functions when in programming mode:
y
y
y
y
y
ANS/RLS Button: Select “ALL” option for making changes to all—rather than
individual—stations/trunks/etc.
Hold Button: Clear an entry in the display
Volume Buttons: Scroll through display options
Transfer Button: Enter MMC programming mode or store data and exit pro
gramming mode
Speaker Button: Store data and advance to next MMC
DS/ITP-5000 Series Phones
These include the DS/ITP-5021L, DS/ITP-5021D, DS/ITP-5014D, DS-5038S, DS-5014S,
and DS-5007S. Examples are shown in the figures below.
LCD Display
Programmable Buttons (21)
Soft Buttons
Scroll Button
Telephone Status Indicator
A Button
B Button
Volume Buttons
Redial Button
Programmable Buttons(17)
Dial Buttons
Microphone
Speaker Button
Conference Button
Hold Button
Transfer Button
Figure 1.2 DS-5038S Phone
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LCD Display
Programmable Buttons (14)
Soft Buttons
Scroll Button
Telephone Status Indicator
A Button
B Button
Volume Buttons
Redial Button
Navigation Buttons
Dial Buttons
Microphone
Speaker Button
Conference Button
Hold Button
Transfer Button
Figure 1.3 DS/ITP-5014D Phone
LCD Display
Programmable Buttons (21)
Soft Buttons
Scroll Button
Telephone Status Indicator
A Button
B Button
Volume Buttons
Redial Button
Navigation Buttons
Dial Buttons
Microphone
Speaker Button
Conference Button
Hold Button
Transfer Button
Figure 1.4 DS/ITP-5021D phone
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DS-5014S
(Programmable Buttons : 14)
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DS-5007S
(Programmable Buttons : 7)
DS-5000S
(Programmable Buttons : 0)
Programmable Buttons
Soft Buttons
Scroll Button
Speaker
Status Indicator
LCD screen
Volume Button
Redial Button
Conference Button
Transfer Button
Dial Buttons
Speaker Button
Hold Button
Microphone
Figure 1.5 DS-5014S/5007S Phone
The DS/ITP-5000 series phones have 38, 21, 14 or 7 programmable buttons that can be
programmed with functions. Also, there are several other function buttons: the dial buttons,
the volume control buttons, the redial button that allows you to redial the last phone number dialled, the conference button for setting up conference calls, the transfer button used to
transfer a call to another station, the hold button to hold a call, the speaker button, and the
navigation buttons for easy selection of phone options and menus.
The LCD displays the station status and various other kinds of information. Using three
colours (red, green, and yellow) the station status indicator displays the current status of
station.
When programming, other functions programmed on buttons are as follows :
y
y
Volume Buttons : Scroll through items in the display.
Redial Button: Select ‘ALL’ option for making changes to all, rather than
individual, stations/trunks/etc.
y Soft Buttons : Save data or move the cursor left and right
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Speaker Button : Save data and proceed to the next program
y Hold Button : Erase the previously entered item
y A Button : Select uppercase or lowercase text
y Transfer Button : Enter the programming mode
NOTE: Large LCD phones (DS/ITP-5012L) do not have programmable buttons. Instead, they display programming functions on the LCD to be selected via the selection buttons. Refer to your keyset user guide for more information.
Precautions When Programming
y
y
y
y
y
y
Programming can be done only while the handset is placed on the phone in idle
state.
Full programming can be done on any digital LCD phone.
Only station level programming is allowed on a phone that does not have an
LCD display.
If the LCD displays an ‘INVALID DATA’ message while programming, reenter the
correct data.
If no button is pressed for a certain period of time during programming
(default is 60 seconds), the phone returns to the idle state from programming
mode.
Programming mode halts if the handset is picked up, the Transfer button is
pressed, or the phone is unplugged. Any data previously entered in the display is
saved.
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Program (MMC) List By Programming Level
The following lists show MMC programs categorized according to their use at the three
programming levels: station, customer and technician.
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Station-Level Programming
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 100
STATION LOCK
MMC: 101
CHANGE USER PASSCODE
MMC: 102
CALL FORWARD
MMC: 103
SET ANSWER MODE
MMC: 104
STATION NAME
MMC: 105
STATION SPEED DIAL
MMC: 106
STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
MMC: 107
KEY EXTENDER
MMC: 108
STATION STATUS
MMC: 109
DATE DISPLAY
MMC: 110
STATION ON/OFF
MMC: 111
PHONE RING TONE
MMC: 112
ALARM REMINDER CLOCK
MMC: 113
VIEW MEMO NUMBER
MMC: 114
PHONE VOLUME
MMC: 115
SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE
MMC: 116
ALARM AND MESSAGE
MMC: 117
EDIT TEXT MESSAGE
MMC: 118
CONFERENCE GROUP
MMC: 119
CALLER ID DISPLAY
MMC: 120
LARGE LCD OPTIONS
MMC: 121
PHONE LANGUAGE
MMC: 122
NEWS DISPLAY SPEED
MMC: 125
EXECUTIVE STATE
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Customer-Level Programming
System-Related MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 200
OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING
MMC: 201
CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE
MMC: 202
CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODE
MMC: 203
ASSIGN UA DEVICE
MMC: 204
COMMON BELL CONTROL
MMC: 205
ASSIGN LOUD BELL
MMC: 206
BARGE-IN TYPE
MMC: 207
ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
MMC: 208
ASSIGN RING TYPE
MMC: 209
ASSIGN ADD-ON MODULE
MMC: 210
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TENANT
MMC: 211
DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 214
DISA ALARM RINGING STATION
MMC: 217
TRAFFIC REPORT OPTION
MMC: 220
ISDN SERVICE TYPE
MMC: 221
EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 222
FAX PAIR
MMC: 224
WAKE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT
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Station-Related MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 300
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION
MMC: 301
ASSIGN STATION COS
MMC: 302
PICKUP GROUPS
MMC: 303
ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY
MMC: 304
ASSIGN EXTENSION/TRUNK USE
MMC: 305
ASSIGN FORCED CODE
MMC: 306
HOT LINE/OFF HOOK SELECTION
MMC: 308
ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
MMC: 309
ASSIGN STATION MOH SOURCE
MMC: 310
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
MMC: 312
ALLOW CALLER ID
MMC: 314
CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL
MMC: 315
CUSTOMER SET RELOCATION
MMC: 316
COPY STATION USABLE
MMC: 317
ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE
MMC: 318
DISTINCTIVE RINGING
MMC: 319
BRANCH GROUP
MMC: 320
PRESET FORWARD NO ANSWER
MMC: 323
CALLING PARTY NUMBER
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Trunk-Related MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 400
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
MMC: 401
TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
MMC: 402
TRUNK DIAL TYPE
MMC: 403
TRUNK TOLL CLASS
MMC: 404
TRUNK NAME
MMC: 405
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
MMC: 406
TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 407
FORCED TRUNK RELEASE
MMC: 408
ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
MMC: 409
TRUNK STATUS READ
MMC: 410
ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
MMC: 411
ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE
MMC: 412
ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL
MMC: 413
VMS CALL TYPE
MMC: 414
MPD/PRS SIGNAL
MMC: 415
REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA
MMC: 416
ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN
MMC: 417
E1/PRI CRC4
MMC: 418
BRI & PRI CARD RESTART
MMC: 419
BRI OPTIONS
MMC: 420
PRI OPTIONS
MMC: 421
MSN DIGIT
MMC: 422
TRUNK COS
MMC: 423
S/T MODE
MMC: 424
BRI S0 MAPPING
MMC: 426
TRUNK GAIN CONTROL
MMC: 428
ASSIGN TRUNK/TRUNK USE
MMC: 432
SET H-TRK
MMC: 433
COST RATE
MMC: 434
CONNECTION STATUS
MMC: 436
TRUNK TMC GAIN
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Timer- and Tone-Related MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 500
SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS
MMC: 501
SYSTEM TIMERS
MMC: 502
STATION-WIDE TIMERS
MMC: 503
TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS
MMC: 504
PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO
MMC: 505
ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
MMC: 506
TONE CADENCE
MMC: 507
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
MMC: 508
CALL COST
MMC: 510
SLI RING CADENCE
MMC: 511
MSG WAITING LAMP CADENCE
MMC: 512
HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 513
HOTEL TIMER
MMC: 514
TONE SOURCE
MMC: 515
DAYLIGHT ASSIGNMENT
Group-Related MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 600
ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP
MMC: 601
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
MMC: 602
STATION GROUP NAME
MMC: 603
ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP
MMC: 604
ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE
MMC: 605
ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE
MMC: 606
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
MMC: 607
UCD OPTIONS
MMC: 608
ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
MMC: 609
CALL LOG BLOCK
MMC: 611
ALLOW TEXT MESSAGING
MMC: 612
ALLOW GROUP CONFERENCE
MMC: 614
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
MMC: 615
MGI GROUP
MMC: 616
MGI USER
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Tables, Codes and Voice Mail MMCs
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 700
COPY COS CONTENTS
MMC: 701
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
MMC: 702
TOLL DENY TABLE
MMC: 703
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
MMC: 704
ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
MMC: 705
ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
MMC: 706
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
MMC: 707
AUTHORIZATION CODE
MMC: 708
ACCOUNT CODE
MMC: 709
TOLL PASS CODE/SPECIAL CODE TABLE
MMC: 710
LCR DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 711
LCR TIME TABLE
MMC: 712
LCR ROUTE TABLE
MMC: 713
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 714
DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
MMC: 715
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
MMC: 716
UK LCR OPTION
MMC: 717
UCD AGENT ID
MMC: 718
MY AREA CODE
MMC: 719
IDLE DISPLAY
MMC: 720
COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 721
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 722
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 723
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 724
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
MMC: 725
SMDR OPTIONS
MMC: 726
VM/AA OPTIONS
MMC: 727
SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY
MMC: 728
CID TRANSLATION TABLE
MMC: 740
STATION PAIR
MMC: 746
COSTING DIAL PLAN
MMC: 747
RATE CALCULATION TABLE
MMC: 750
VM CARD RESTART
MMC: 751
ASSIGN MAILBOX
MMC: 752
AUTO RECORD
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MMC No.
3
MMC Name
MMC: 753
WARNING DESTINATION
MMC: 754
VM HALT
MMC: 755
VM ALARM
MMC: 756
ASSIGN VMMOH
MMC: 757
VM IN/OUT
MMC: 758
VM DAY/NIGHT
MMC: 759
CLI RINGING
MMC: 760
ITEM COST TABLE
MMC: 761
TAX RATE SETUP
MMC: 762
ROOM COST RATE
MMC: 763
SECOND LCR
Technician-Level Programming
MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 800
ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
MMC: 801
CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE
MMC: 802
CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC NUMBER
MMC: 803
ASSIGN TENANT GROUP
MMC: 805
TX LEVEL AND GAIN
MMC: 806
CARD PRE-INSTALL
MMC: 807
PHONE VOLUME CONTROL
MMC: 810
HALT PROCESSING
MMC: 811
RESET SYSTEM
MMC: 812
SET COUNTRY CODE
MMC: 813
HOTEL OPERATION
MMC: 815
CUSTOMER DATABASE COPY
MMC: 816
CONFERENCE GAIN
MMC: 818
PROGRAM DOWNLOAD
MMC: 819
SMART MEDIA FILE CONTROL
MMC: 820
ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID
MMC: 821
ASSIGN NETWORK TRUNK
MMC: 822
VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 823
ASSIGN NETWORK COS
MMC: 824
NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION
MMC: 825
ASSIGN NETWORKING OPTIONS
MMC: 826
ASSIGN SYSTEM REFERENCE CLOCK
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MMC No.
MMC Name
MMC: 827
CRM DSP MODE
MMC: 829
LAN PRINTER PARAMETERS
MMC: 830
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
MMC: 831
MGI PARAMETERS
MMC: 832
VoIP ACCESS CODE
MMC: 833
VoIP IP TABLE
MMC: 834
H.323 OPTIONS
MMC: 835
MGI DSP OPTIONS
MMC: 836
H.323 GK OPTIONS
MMC: 837
SIP OPTIONS
MMC: 838
PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES
MMC: 840
IP PHONE INFORMATION
MMC: 841
SYSTEM IP OPTIONS
MMC: 842
SIP STATION INFORMATION
MMC: 843
NTP SERVER INFORMATION
MMC: 844
IP STATION TYPE
MMC: 845
WLAN PARAMETERS
MMC: 846
WIP INFORMATION
MMC: 847
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
MMC: 848
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
MMC: 849
WLAN CONFIGURATION
MMC: 850
SYSTEM RESOURCE DISPLAY
MMC: 851
ALARM REPORTING
MMC: 852
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
MMC: 853
MAINTENANCE BUSY
MMC: 854
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
MMC: 855
DISPLAY SYSTEM OPTIONS
MMC: 856
TECH PROGRAMMING LOGS
MMC: 857
VIRTUAL CABINET
MMC: 858
ASSIGN SYSTEM EMERGENCY ALARM
MMC: 859
HARDWARE VERSION DISPLAY
MMC: 860
UCD STATUS SERVICE
MMC: 861
SYSTEM OPTIONS
MMC: 865
FAN POWER CONTROL
MMC: 889
DISPLAY SERVER STATUS
MMC: 890
INITIALIZE PORT
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Program (MMC) List by Name
This program list is arranged alphabetically.
MMC Name
MMC No.
ACCOUNT CODE
MMC: 708
ALARM AND MESSAGE
MMC: 116
ALARM REMINDER CLOCK
MMC: 112
ALARM REPORTING
MMC: 851
ALLOW CALLER ID
MMC: 312
ALLOW GROUP CONFERENCE
MMC: 612
ALLOW TEXT MESSAGING
MMC: 611
ASSIGN ADD ON MODULE
MMC: 209
ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
MMC: 308
ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY
MMC: 303
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
MMC: 701
ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
MMC: 505
ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
MMC: 410
ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN
MMC: 416
ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE
MMC: 411
ASSIGN EXTENSION/TRUNK USE
MMC: 304
ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE
MMC: 605
ASSIGN FORCED CODE
MMC: 305
ASSIGN LOUD BELL
MMC: 205
ASSIGN MAILBOX
MMC: 751
ASSIGN NETWORK COS
MMC: 823
ASSIGN NETWORK TRUNK
MMC: 821
ASSIGN NETWORKING OPTIONS
MMC: 825
ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP
MMC: 600
ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
MMC: 608
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
MMC: 507
ASSIGN RING TYPE
MMC: 208
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
MMC: 606
ASSIGN STATION COS
MMC: 301
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
MMC: 601
ASSIGN STATION MOH SOURCE
MMC: 309
ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE
MMC: 604
ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE
MMC: 317
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MMC Name
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MMC No.
ASSIGN SYSTEM EMERGENCY ALARM
MMC: 858
ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID
MMC: 820
ASSIGN SYSTEM REFERENCE CLOCK
MMC: 826
ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
MMC: 705
ASSIGN TENANT GROUP
MMC: 803
ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP
MMC: 603
ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
MMC: 408
ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL
MMC: 412
ASSIGN TRUNK/TRUNK USE
MMC: 428
ASSIGN UA DEVICE
MMC: 203
ASSIGN VMMOH
MMC: 756
ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
MMC: 207
ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
MMC: 704
AUTHORIZATION CODE
MMC: 707
AUTO RECORD
MMC: 752
BARGE-IN TYPE
MMC: 206
BRANCH GROUP
MMC: 319
BRI & PRI CARD RESTART
MMC: 418
BRI OPTIONS
MMC: 419
BSI RF CARRIER
MMC: 747
BRI S0 MAPPING
MMC: 424
CALL COST
MMC: 508
CALL FORWARD
MMC: 102
CALL LOG BLOCK
MMC: 609
CALLER ID DISPLAY
MMC: 119
CALLING PARTY NUMBER
MMC: 323
CARD PRE-INSTALL
MMC: 806
CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE
MMC: 201
CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODE
MMC: 202
CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE
MMC: 801
CHANGE USER PASSCODE
MMC: 101
CID TRANSLATION TABLE
MMC: 728
CLI RINGING
MMC: 759
COMMON BELL CONTROL
MMC: 204
CONFERENCE GAIN
MMC: 816
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MMC Name
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MMC No.
CONFERENCE GROUP
MMC: 118
CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL
MMC: 314
CONNECTION STATUS
MMC: 434
COPY COS CONTENTS
MMC: 700
COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 720
COPY STATION USABLE
MMC: 316
COST RATE
MMC: 433
COSTING DIAL PLAN
MMC: 746
CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC NUMBER
MMC: 802
CUSTOMER DATABASE COPY
MMC: 815
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION
MMC: 300
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TENANT
MMC: 210
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
MMC: 400
CUSTOMER SET RELOCATION
MMC: 315
DATE DISPLAY
MMC: 109
DAYLIGHT ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 515
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
MMC: 854
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
MMC: 724
DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
MMC: 714
DISA ALARM RINGING STATION
MMC: 214
DISPLAY SERVER STATUS
MMC: 889
DISPLAY SYSTEM OPTIONS
MMC: 855
DISTINCTIVE RINGING
MMC: 318
DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 211
E1/PRI CRC4 OPTION
MMC: 417
EDIT TEXT MESSAGE
MMC: 117
ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
MMC: 800
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
MMC: 830
EXECUTIVE STATE
MMC: 125
EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 221
FAX PAIR
MMC: 222
FORCED TRUNK RELEASE
MMC: 407
H.323 GK OPTIONS
MMC: 836
H.323 OPTIONS
MMC: 834
HALT PROCESSING
MMC: 810
HARDWARE VERSION DISPLAY
MMC: 859
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MMC Name
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MMC No.
HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 512
HOT LINE/OFF HOOK SELECTION
MMC: 306
HOTEL OPERATION
MMC: 813
HOTEL TIMER
MMC: 513
IDLE DISPLAY
MMC: 719
INITIALIZE PORT
MMC: 890
IP PHONE INFORMATION
MMC: 840
IP STATION TYPE
MMC: 844
ISDN SERVICE TYPE
MMC: 220
ITEM COST TABLE
MMC: 760
KEY EXTENDER
MMC: 107
LAN PRINTER PARAMETERS
MMC: 829
LARGE LCD OPTIONS
MMC: 120
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
MMC: 310
LCR DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 710
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 713
LCR ROUTE TABLE
MMC: 712
LCR TIME TABLE
MMC: 711
MAINTENANCE BUSY
MMC: 853
MGI DSP OPTIONS
MMC: 835
MGI GROUP
MMC: 615
MGI PARAMETERS
MMC: 831
MGI USER
MMC: 616
MPD/PRS SIGNAL
MMC: 414
MSG WAITING LAMP CADENCE
MMC: 511
MSN DIGIT
MMC: 421
MY AREA CODE
MMC: 718
NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION
MMC: 824
NEWS DISPLAY SPEED
MMC: 122
NTP SERVER INFORMATION
MMC: 843
OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING
MMC: 200
PHONE LANGUAGE
MMC: 121
PHONE RING TONE
MMC: 111
PHONE VOLUME
MMC: 114
PHONE VOLUME CONTROL
MMC: 807
PICKUP GROUPS
MMC: 302
PRESET FORWARD NO ANSWER
MMC: 320
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MMC Name
OfficeServe 7400 Programming Guide
MMC No.
PRI OPTIONS
MMC: 420
PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES
MMC: 838
PROGRAM DOWNLOAD
MMC: 818
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
MMC: 715
PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO
MMC: 504
RATE CALCULATION TABLE
MMC: 747
REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA
MMC: 415
RESET SYSTEM
MMC: 811
ROOM COST RATE
MMC: 762
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 721
SET ANSWER MODE
MMC: 103
S/T MODE
MMC: 423
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 721
SET ANSWER MODE
MMC: 103
SET COUNTRY CODE
MMC: 812
SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE
MMC: 115
SIP OPTIONS
MMC: 837
SIP STATION INFORMATION
MMC: 842
SLI RING CADENCE
MMC: 510
SMART MEDIA FILE CONTROL
MMC: 819
SMDR OPTIONS
MMC: 725
STATION GROUP NAME
MMC: 602
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 722
STATION LOCK
MMC: 100
STATION NAME
MMC: 104
STATION ON/OFF
MMC: 110
STATION PAIR
MMC: 740
STATION SPEED DIAL
MMC: 105
STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
MMC: 106
STATION STATUS
MMC: 108
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
MMC: 614
STATION-WIDE TIMERS
MMC: 502
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
MMC: 852
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
MMC: 723
SYSTEM IP OPTIONS
MMC: 841
SYSTEM OPTIONS
MMC: 861
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MMC Name
OfficeServe 7400 Programming Guide
MMC No.
SYSTEM RESOURCE DISPLAY
MMC: 850
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
MMC: 706
SYSTEM TIMERS
MMC: 501
SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY
MMC: 727
SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS
MMC: 500
TAX RATE SETUP
MMC: 761
TECH PROGRAMMING LOGS
MMC: 856
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
MMC: 703
TOLL DENY TABLE
MMC: 702
TOLL PASS CODE/SPECIAL CODE TABLE
MMC: 709
TONE CADENCE
MMC: 506
TONE SOURCE
MMC: 514
TRAFFIC REPORT OPTION
MMC: 217
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
MMC: 405
TRUNK COS
MMC: 422
TRUNK DIAL TYPE
MMC: 402
TRUNK GAIN CONTROL
MMC: 426
TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
MMC: 401
TRUNK NAME
MMC: 404
TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
MMC: 406
TRUNK STATUS READ
MMC: 409
TRUNK TMC GAIN
MMC: 436
TRUNK TOLL CLASS
MMC: 403
TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS
MMC: 503
TX LEVEL AND GAIN
MMC: 805
UCD AGENT ID
MMC: 717
UCD OPTIONS
MMC: 607
UCD STATUS SERVICE
MMC: 860
UK LCR OPTION
MMC: 716
VIEW MEMO NUMBER
MMC: 113
VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 822
VM ALARM
MMC: 755
VM CARD RESTART
MMC: 750
VM DAY/NIGHT
MMC: 758
VM HALT
MMC: 754
VM IN/OUT
MMC: 757
VM/AA OPTIONS
MMC: 726
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MMC Name
MMC No.
VMS CALL TYPE
MMC: 413
VoIP ACCESS CODE
MMC: 832
VoIP IP TABLE
MMC: 833
WAKE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT
MMC: 224
WARNING DESTINATION
MMC: 753
WIP INFORMATION
MMC: 846
WLAN CONFIGURATION
MMC: 849
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
MMC: 848
WLAN PARAMETERS
MMC: 845
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
MMC: 847
Program (MMC) List by Function
Phone Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 100
STATION LOCK
MMC: 101
CHANGE USER PASSCODE
MMC: 102
CALL FORWARD
MMC: 103
SET ANSWER MODE
MMC: 104
STATION NAME
MMC: 105
STATION SPEED DIAL
MMC: 106
STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
MMC: 107
KEY EXTENDER
MMC: 108
STATION STATUS
MMC: 109
DATE DISPLAY
MMC: 110
STATION ON/OFF
MMC: 111
PHONE RING TONE
MMC: 112
ALARM REMINDER CLOCK
MMC: 114
PHONE VOLUME
MMC: 115
SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE
MMC: 116
ALARM AND MESSAGE
MMC: 119
CALLER ID DISPLAY
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Networking Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 820
ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID
MMC: 821
ASSIGN NETWORK TRUNK
MMC: 822
SET VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 823
ASSIGN NETWORK COS
MMC: 824
NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION
MMC: 825
ASSIGN NETWORKING OPTION
MMC: 829
LAN PRINTER PARAMETER
MMC: 830
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
MMC: 837
SIP OPTIONS
MMC: 840
IP PHONE INFORMATIONES
MMC: 841
SYSTEM IP OPTIONS
MMC: 844
IP STATION TYPE
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 831
MGI PARAMETERS
MMC: 832
VOIP ACCESS CODE
MMC: 833
VoIP IP TABLE
MMC: 834
H.323 OPTIONS
MMC: 835
MGI DSP OPTIONS
MMC: 836
H.323 GK OPTIONS
WLAN (Wireless LAN) Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 845
WLAN PARAMETER
MMC: 846
WIP INFORMATION
MMC: 847
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
MMC: 848
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
MMC: 849
WLAN CONFIGURATION
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LCR (Least Cost Routing) Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 710
LCR DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 711
LCR TIME TABLE
MMC: 712
LCR ROUTE TABLE
MMC: 713
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
MMC: 763
SECOND LCR
Voice Mail Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 207
ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
MMC: 215
VOICE DIALLER OPTIONS
MMC: 216
VOICE DIALLER ASSIGNMENTS
MMC: 413
VMS CALL TYPE
MMC: 726
VM/AA OPTIONS
MMC: 730
AA RECORD GAIN
MMC: 731
AA RAM CLEAR
MMC: 732
AA TRANSLATION TABLE
MMC: 733
AA PLAN TABLE
MMC: 735
AA USE TABLE
MMC: 736
AUTO ATTENDANT MESSAGE MATCH
MMC: 739
ASSIGN AA MOH
MMC: 750
VM CARD RESTART
MMC: 751
ASSIGN MAILBOX
MMC: 752
AUTO RECORD
MMC: 753
WARNING DESTINATION
MMC: 754
VM HALT
MMC: 755
VM ALARM
MMC: 756
ASSIGN VM MOH
MMC: 757
VM IN/OUT
MMC: 758
VM DAY/NIGHT
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Diagnosis Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 434
CONNECTION STATUS
MMC: 851
ALARM REPORTING
MMC: 852
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
MMC: 853
MAINTENANCE BUSY
MMC: 854
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
MMC: 855
SYSTEM OPTIONS
MMC: 890
INITIALIZE PORT
Hotel Function
MMC Program No.
Program Description
MMC: 221
TRAFFIC REPORT OPTION
MMC: 222
EXTENSION TYPE
MMC: 433
COST RATE
MMC: 513
HOTEL TIMER
MMC: 748
COSTING DIAL PLAN
MMC: 749
RATE CALCULATION TABLE
MMC: 760
ITEM COST TABLE
MMC: 761
TAX RATE SETUP
MMC: 762
ROOM COST RATE
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This chapter describes how to use each MMC program. MMCs are listed in numerical
order beginning at 100.
Summary of Programming Procedures
Please read the following carefully. It describes the basic steps required for successful
programming.
1. Enter programming mode.
i) Press the Transfer button.
ii) Enter either 200 (for customer level) or 800 (for technician level).
iii) Enter either the customer passcode or the technician passcode depending on
your selection in step (ii).
iv) Press dial button 1 (or use the Volume button) to enable programming mode.
v) Press the Speaker button to display the program selection mode (or press
the Transfer button to leave programming mode if you don’t want to continue).
2. Select a program.
Enter the MMC number you require. Or, select the MMC number with the Volume
buttons and press the Speaker button.
3. Start programming.
Follow the description given for the selected MMC.
If this is the first time the system has been programmed after installation, run
MMC 812 to set the appropriate system software version for your country before doing any other programming.
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Programming Procedures
This section describes the procedure for each MMC.
[100] STATION LOCK
Allows the system administrator or technician to lock or unlock an individual station or all
stations simultaneously. The three options are as follows:
No
Type
Description
0
UNLOCKED
Unlocks a locked station.
1
LOCKED OUT
The phone cannot make calls outside the system. It can however make
and receive intercom calls and receive incoming Trunk Line calls. When
in this mode the Hold button will flash slow RED.
2
LOCKED ALL
The phone cannot make or receive any calls. When in this mode the
Hold button will light steady RED.
CONDITIONS
Check if the station lock function is disabled in MMC 301, ASSIGN STATION COS. If so,
the station cannot be locked, but a locked station can be unlocked.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL STATIONS UNLOCKED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 100.
Display shows:
[201] STN LOCK
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] STN LOCK
3. Enter 0 to unlock or 1 to lock (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] STN LOCK
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UNLOCKED
UNLOCKED
[ALL] STN LOCK
?
LOCKED OUT
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 101
MMC 301
MMC 701
CHANGE USER PASSCODE
ASSIGN STATION COS
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[101] CHANGE USER PASSCODE
Allows the system administrator or technician to reset any phone’s passcode to its default
value of ‘1234’. This MMC cannot display station passcodes; it can only reset them to default.
Phone users can set or change their individual passcodes. The passcode is used to lock or
unlock the phone for toll restriction (call barring) override and to access the DISA feature.
Default passcodes
Default passcodes cannot be used for toll restriction override or for DISA access.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL STATION PASSCODES: 1234
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 101.
Display shows:
[201] PASSCODE
2. Dial phone number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through phone numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor right.
[205] PASSCODE
3. Press Hold button to reset passcode.
[205] PASSCODE
PASSCODE:****
PASSCODE:****
PASSCODE:1234
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 100
STATION LOCK
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[102] CALL FORWARD
Allows the system administrator to program the call forward destinations for other station
users. This MMC also allows call forward to be set after the destination has been entered.
Allows several types of call forwarding: FORWARD ALL, FORWARD NO ANSWER,
FORWARD BUSY and FORWARD DND. There is an additional option, FORWARD
BUSY/NO ANSWER, that allows both of these options to be activated at the same time,
provided that destinations have been entered for both.
No
Type
0
FORWARD CANCEL
1
FORWARD ALL CALL
2
FORWARD BUSY
3
FORWARD NO ANSWER
4
FORWARD BUSY/NO ANSWER
5
FORWARD DND
CONDITIONS
y
When ‘FORWARD BUSY/NO ANSWER’ is selected, calls are forwarded to stations set
in ‘FORWARD BUSY’ and ‘FORWARD NO ANSWER’. Thus, a destination number
must be set for both ‘FORWARD BUSY’ and ‘FORWARD NO ANSWER’ before you
can select the ‘FORWARD BUSY/NO ANSWER’ option.
y
If forwarding is set to ‘OFF’ in MMC 701, ASSIGN COS CONTENTS, call forwarding
cannot be set but can be cancelled. (Default: ‘OFF’)
y
Both ‘FORWARD’ and ‘EXT FWD’ must be set to ‘ON’ in MMC 701, ASSIGN COS
CONTENTS in order to forward a call to an external number. If only ‘FORWARD’ is set
to ‘ON’, calls can only be forwarded to internal numbers. (Default: ‘OFF’)
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 102.
Display shows:
[201] FORWARD
2. Dial station number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] FORWARD
3. Dial 0-5 to select forward type.
OR
Press Volume button to select forward type (e.g. 1)
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] FORWARD
4. Dial destination number (e.g., 201)
OR
Press Volume button to select destination and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] FORWARD
5. Dial 1 for YES, 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to select YES or NO
and press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] FORWARD
0:FORWARD CANCEL
0:FORWARD CANCEL
1:ALL CALL:NONE
1:ALL CALL:201
CURRENTLY SET :YES
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
MMC 501
MMC 502
MMC 701
MMC 722
MMC 723
ASSIGN STATION COS
SYSTEM TIMERS
STATION-WIDE TIMERS
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[103] SET ANSWER MODE
Allows the system administrator to change the answer mode of any phone. Each phone can
have its answer mode set to one of the following options:
No
0
Type
RING MODE
Description
The phone will ring in one of eight custom ring patterns. Calls
are answered by pressing the ANS/RLS or SEND button or
by lifting the handset.
1
AUTO ANSWER MODE
After giving a short attention tone, the phone will automatically answer calls on the speakerphone. When a Trunk line is
transferred to a phone in Auto Answer, the screened portion
of the call will be Auto Answered, but the phone will ring when
the transfer is complete if you have not pressed the ANS/RLS
or SEND button or lifted the handset.*
2
VOICE ANNOUNCE
The phone will not ring. After a short attention tone, callers
can make an announcement but the ANS/RLS or SEND button or handset must be used to answer calls.
* To answer C.O. calls automatically, also set ON the option AUTO ANS CO in MMC 110.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL PHONES: RING
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 103.
Display shows:
[201] ANS MODE
2. Dial phone number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select phone and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all phones.
[205] ANS MODE
3. Dial 0, 1 or 2 to change ring mode.
OR
Press Volume button to select ring mode and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2 above.
[205] ANS MODE
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RING MODE
RING MODE
[ALL] ANS MODE
?
VOICE ANNOUNCE
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 111
PHONE RING TONE
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[104] STATION NAME
Allows the system administrator or technician to enter a name up to 11 characters to identify an individual station.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Names are written using the keypad. Each key press selects a character. Pressing the dial
pad key moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the directory name is ‘SAM
SMITH,’ press the number ‘7’ four times to get the letter ‘S’ . Now press the number ‘2’
once to get the letter ‘A’. Continue selecting characters from the table below to complete
your message. Pressing ‘A’ button toggles between upper case and lower case.
Volume Up/Down keys
When the character you want appears on the same dial pad key as the previous
character, press the Volume Up button to move the cursor to the right or the Volume Down button to move the cursor to the left. A space can be entered using
these keys.
COUNT
1
2
3
4
5
DIAL 0
<
>
.
)
0
DIAL 1
Space
?
,
!
1
DIAL 2
A
B
C
@
2
DIAL 3
D
E
F
#
3
DIAL 4
G
H
I
$
4
DIAL 5
J
K
L
%
5
DIAL 6
M
N
O
^
6
DIAL 7
P
Q
R
S
7
DIAL 8
T
U
V
*
8
DIAL 9
W
X
Y
Z
9
DIAL *
:
=
[
]
*
The # button can be used for the following special characters:
#, space, &, !, :, ?, ., ,, %, $, -, <, >, /, =, [, ], @, ^, (, ), _, +, {, }, |, ; , ”, Æ, ’. \.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 104.
Display shows:
[201] STN NAME
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] STN NAME
3. Enter the station name using the procedure
described above and press Right Soft button
to return to step 2.
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
[205] STN NAME
_
SAM SMITH
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[105] STATION SPEED DIAL
Allows the system administrator or technician to assign phone numbers to a station’s personal speed dial locations.
CONDITIONS
Each station may have up to 50 locations (or bins) assigned to it in MMC 606 (Assign
Speed Block). The speed dial bins are numbered 00~49. Each assigned phone number consists of a trunk or trunk group access code followed by a separator and up to 24 digits to be
dialled. These dial digits may consist of 0~9, * and #. If the system recognizes a valid trunk
or trunk group access number, it will automatically insert the separator.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
PROGRAM BUTTONS
B
C
D
E
F
Used to insert a flash code ‘F’
Used to insert a pause code ‘P’
Used to insert a pulse/tone conversion code ‘C’
Used to mask/unmask following digits (shows as ‘[’or ‘]’)
Used to enter name for speed dial bin (see MMC 106)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 105.
Display shows:
[201] SPEED DIAL
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] SPEED DIAL
If selected station has no speed dial bins,
the display will be as shown and a new station
may be selected.
3. Dial location number.(e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to select location and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
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00:
[205] SPEED DIAL
SPDBLK NOT EXIST
[205] SPEED DIAL
05:_
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4. Enter trunk access code (e.g., 9) followed by
the number to be dialled (e.g., 4264100)
OR
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
Press Hold button to clear an entry.
If an error is made, use VOLUME DOWN arrow to
step back.
[205] SPEED DIAL
05:9-4264100_
5. Press ‘F’ button to access MMC 106 (Station Speed
Dial Name) to enter a name for speed dial.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 106
MMC 606
STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
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[106] STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
Allows a name up to 11 characters to be entered for each personal speed dial location. This
allows speed dial numbers to be selected by name when the directory dial feature is used.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ‘ENTERING CHARACTERS’ in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 106.
Display shows:
[201] SPEED NAME
2. Dial station number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] SPEED NAME
00:
00:
If selected station has no speed dial bins, the display
will be as shown and a new station may be selected.
[305] SPEED NAME
3. Dial speed dial location (e.g., 01)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through location numbers and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] SPEED NAME
4. Enter the location name using the procedure
described above and press Right Soft button to
return to step 2.
[205] SPEED NAME
SPDBLK NOT EXIST
01:_
01:SAM SMITH
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 105
MMC 606
STATION SPEED DIAL
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
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[107] KEY EXTENDER
Use this program to view the programmable buttons assigned to stations. In addition, it allows the system administrator to assign key extenders to some keys to make a general access feature key more specific. The feature keys that can have extenders are listed below.
Key
Feature
Extender
AB
Absence
Extension number
ACC
Account code bin
000-999
BOSS
Boss and Secretary
1-4
CR
VM Call Record
Mailbox number
CS
UCD Call Status
UCD group number
DIR
Directory dial by name type
1-3
DP
Direct Pickup
Extension or station group number
DS
Direct Station Select
Station number
FWRD
Call Forward
0-7
GPIK
Group Pickup
01-99
IG
In/Out of Group
Station group number
MMPG
Meet Me Page
0-9, *
MW
Message Waiting
Extension or station group number
MS
Manual Signalling
Extension or station group number
PAGE
Page
0-9, *
PARK
Park Orbits
0-9
PMSG
Programmed Station Messaging
01-20
RP
Ring Plan
1-6
RSV
Room Status View (Hotel Application only)
1-5
SG
Station Group
Station group number
SP
UCD Supervisor
UCD group number
SPD
Speed Dial
Personal: 00-49
System: 500-999
VG
SVM-800 Group Message
Station group number
VM
VM Memo
Extension or station group number
VT
Voice Transfer
VM group number
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DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 107.
Display shows first station:
[201] EXT (MAST)
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through station numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[205] EXT (MAST)
3. Enter key number (e.g., 18)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through keys and
use Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Press the key to be programmed.
[205] EXT (MAST)
01:CALL1Æ
01:CALL1Æ
18:DSÆ
[205] EXT (MAST)
18: DSÆ DS_
4. Dial extender according to above table.
System will return to step 3.
[205] EXT (MAST)
18: DSÆ DS207
5. Press Left Soft button to return to step 2
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
If the Right Soft button will not move the cursor to the right, you are attempting to
add an extender to a key that cannot have one.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 720
MMC 721
MMC 722
MMC 723
MMC 724
COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
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[108] STATION STATUS
This is a READ-ONLY MMC. Displays the following attributes of a station port.
No
Status
Description
0
PORT NO
Cabinet(1-3)/Slot(1-9)/Port(1-16)
1
TYPE
Phone Type
2
PICKUP GROUP
None, 01-99
3
SGR
Station Group Number
4
BOSS-SECR
None, 1-4
5
PAGE
None, Page Zone (0-4, * )
6
COS 1, COS 2
COS (1-30) per Ring Plan (01-06)
9
TENANT GROUP
Tenant Group Number (1 or 2)
DEFAULT DATA
PORT #: FOLLOWS HARDWARE POSITION
TYPE: DEPENDENT ON CONNECTED PHONE
PICKUP GRP: NONE
SGR: NONE
BOSS-SECR: NONE
PAGE ZONE: NONE
COS NUMBER: 01 IN ALL RING PLANS
TENANT GRP: 1
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 108.
Display shows first station:
[201] STN STATUS
2. Dial station number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] STN STATUS
3. Dial 0~9 to select station status type.
OR
Press Volume button to select status and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] STN STATUS
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PORT:C1-S3-P05
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
MMC 302
MMC 303
MMC 601
MMC 604
ASSIGN STATION COS
PICKUP GROUPS
ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE
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[109] DATE DISPLAY
Allows the system administrator or technician to select the date and time display mode on a
per-station basis or system-wide.
No
0
1
2
Mode
COUNTRY
CLOCK
DISPLAY
Description
Sets overall display format and has two options:
0 = ORIENTAL
MM/DD
1 = WESTERN
DAY DD MON
DAY
HH:MM
HH:MM
Sets format of clock display and has two options:
0 = 12 HOUR
Displays 1 P.M. as 01:00
1 = 24 HOUR
Displays 1 P.M. as 13:00
Sets format of DAY and MON display and has two options:
0 = UPPER CASE
Displays Friday as FRI and March as MAR
1 = LOWER CASE
Displays Friday as Fri and March as Mar
CONDITIONS
NONE
DEFAULT DATA
COUNTRY: WESTERN
CLOCK: 12 HOUR
DISPLAY: LOWER CASE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 109.
Display shows:
[201] DAY FORMAT
2. Dial station number.(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] DAY FORMAT
3. Dial 0~2 to select mode.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through modes and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] DAY FORMAT
COUNTRY:WESTERN
COUNTRY:WESTERN
[ALL] DAY FORMAT
COUNTRY:?
COUNTRY:ORIENTAL
4. Press Volume button to scroll through formats and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
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5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 505
ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
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[110] STATION ON/OFF
Allows the system administrator to set any of the phone features listed below.
No
Feature
00
AUTO HOLD
Default
OFF
Description
Automatically places an existing Trunk Line call on hold if
a CALL key, trunk key or trunk route key is pressed during that call.
01
AUTO TIMER
ON
Automatically starts the stopwatch timer during a Trunk
Line call.
02
HEADSET USE
OFF
When ON, this feature disables the hook switch allowing
a headset user to answer all calls by pressing the
ANS/RLS button or SEND and END buttons.
03
HOT KEYPAD
ON
When ON, this feature allows you to dial directory numbers without having to first lift the handset or press the
Speaker button.
04
KEY TONE
ON
Allows you to hear a slight tone when pressing buttons
on phone.
05
PAGE REJOIN
ON
Allows you to hear the remaining part of page announcements if phone becomes free during a page.
06
RING PREF.
ON
When OFF, requires you to press the fast flashing button
to answer a ringing call after lifting the handset.
07
CALL COST
OFF
When ON, the cost of the call in progress will show in the
upper right corner of the phone display instead of duration of the call.
08
AUTO CAMPON
OFF
When ON, phone users can allow intercom calls to
camp-on to other phones without having to press a
CAMP-ON key.
09
AME BGM
OFF
This feature selects whether a station using Answer Machine Emulation will hear their personal greeting or BGM
while callers are listening to the personal greeting.
A BGM source must be selected for this to work.
10
AME PASSCODE
OFF
When ON, station users who have AME set must enter
their station password to listen to messages being left.
11
DISP SPDNAME
OFF
When ON, the speed dial name associated with a speed
dial number is displayed on a phone equipped a LCD
display when using speed dial.
12
CID REVW ALL
ON
When ON, saves information on all calls that ring at an
extension, When OFF, saves information only on calls
that were not answered at the extension or were answered by voice mail.
13
SECURE OHVA
ON
When ON, OHVA announcements will be heard on the
handset. When OFF, OHVA announcements will be
heard over the phone speaker.
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Default
ON
Description
When OFF, the Caller ID will be displayed for the duration of the call. When ON, displays timer for duration of
call (if AUTO TIMER also set on).
15
AUTO ANS CO
OFF
When ON, keyset will automatically answer outside calls
through the speakerphone. For this to work, the keyset
must be set to Auto Answer mode in MMC 103. Calls to
groups cannot be auto-answered.
16
ENBLOCK 2LCD
OFF
Enables Enbloc dialling for 2-Line LCD phones.This option only works when 2 LINE ENBLOCK option is enabled in MMC 861.
17
STN NO RING
OFF
When ON, no tones will be heard when phone rings.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME OPTIONS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 110.
Display shows:
[201] STN ON/OFF
2. Dial the station number (e.g. 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press the Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Select all stations
[205] STN ON/OFF
3. Dial option number from above list (e.g. 03
OR
Press Volume button to select option and
press the Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[205] STN ON/OFF
4. Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF.
OR
Press Volume button to select ON or OFF.
Press Left or Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
[201] STN ON/OFF
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AUTO HOLD
HOT KEYPAD
HOT KEYPAD
:OFF
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
MMC 701
ASSIGN STATION COS
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[111] PHONE RING TONE
Allows the system administrator or technician to select the ring tone heard at each phone.
Eight ring tones are available. A short tone burst of the selection will be heard when the
dial keypad is pressed.
DEFAULT DATA
FREQUENCY: 5
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 111.
Display shows:
[201] RING TONE
2. Dial phone number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations
[205] RING TONE
3. Dial 1~8 to select ring tone.
OR
Press Volume button to select ring tone and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] RING TONE
SELECTION
SELECTION
5
5
[ALL] RING TONE
SELECTION
SELECTION
?
5
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 114
MMC 318
PHONE VOLUME
DISTINCTIVE RINGING
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[112] ALARM REMINDER CLOCK
Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change the alarm clock/appointment
reminder feature for any station. Three alarms may be set for each station and each alarm
may be defined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, or as a DAILY alarm. The TODAY alarm
is automatically cancelled after it rings, while the DAILY alarm rings every day at the same
time. Alarm numbers are 1, 2 and 3. In the case of Station Pair assignments (MMC 740) the
alarm only rings the station that is programmed and does not ring the paired station.
No
Type
Description
0
NOTSET
No alarm
1
TODAY
Alarm once only
2
DAILY
Alarm daily at set time
DEFAULT DATA
ALARMS ARE NOTSET
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 112.
Display shows:
[201] ALM CLK(1)
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button.
[205] ALM CLK(1)
3. Dial 1~3 to select alarm (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to select alarm and
press Right Soft button.
[205] ALM CLK(1)
4. Enter alarm time in 24-hour clock format.
(e.g., 1300 for 1pm)
[205] ALM CLK(1)
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5. Dial entry from above list for alarm type (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select alarm type and press
Right Soft button to move cursor and return to
step 2.
[205] ALM CLK(1)
HHMM:1300ÆDAILY
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 116
ALARM AND MESSAGE
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[113] VIEW MEMO NUMBER
Used to enter memos (up to 13 characters) on a station. Up to three memos can be entered,
depending on your system. MMC 116 (Alarm and Message) can be programmed to remind
the keyset user to read the memo(s).
ENTER CHARACTERS
Refer to ‘ENTER CHARACTERS’ in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 113.
Display shows:
[201] VIEW MEMO
2. Dial the keyset number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press VOLUME keys to select station and
press RIGHT soft key to move cursor
[205] VIEW MEMO
1:
1:
3. Dial memo number (1–3)
[205] VIEW MEMO
OR
1:_
Press VOLUME keys to select and press RIGHT soft
key to move cursor
4. Enter memo via dial keypad.
[205] VIEW MEMO
1:CALL TOM
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[114] PHONE VOLUME
Allows the station user or system administrator to set the ring volume, off-hook ring volume, handset receive volume, speaker volume, background music volume and page volume
for any or all phones.
No
Type
Description
0
RING VOLUME
This is the volume setting for the phone ringer. There are eight volume
levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 8 the highest.
1
OFF-RING VOL
This is the volume of the alert tone that tells you there is a call camped
on to your phone. There are eight volume levels: level 1 is the lowest
and level 8 the highest.
2
HANDSET VOL
This is the volume setting for conversations on the handset receiver.
There are eight volume levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 8 the
highest.
3
SPEAKER VOL
This is the receive volume setting for conversations on the speaker
phone of a phone. There are 16 volume levels: level 1 is the lowest
and level 16 the highest.
4
BGM VOLUME
This is the volume you will hear background music over the phone
speaker at when your phone is idle and BGM is turned on. There are
16 volume levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 16 the highest.
5
PAGE VOLUME
This is the volume you will hear internal page over the phone speaker
when your phone is idle and BGM is turned on. There are 16 volume
levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 16 the highest.
DEFAULT DATA
RING VOLUME: 4
OFF-HOOK RING VOLUME: 4
HANDSET VOLUME: 4
SPEAKER VOLUME: 13
BGM VOLUME: 13
PAGE VOLUME: 13
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 114.
Display shows:
[201] STN VOLUME
2. Dial phone number (e.g., 205)
[205] STN VOLUME
RING VOLUME :4
RING VOLUME :4
3. Dial volume type (e.g. 3)
[205] STN VOLUME
OR
SPEAKER VOL :13
Press Volume button to select volume type and press
RIGHT soft key to move cursor
4. Press Volume button to select volume. (You will hear [205] STN VOLUME
a brief tone for the volume you select)
SPEAKER VOL :08
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 111
PHONE RING TONE
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[115] SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE
Allows the system administrator to set a programmed message at any or all display phones.
There are 20 messages (01-20) available. The last five message can be modified by each
phone user.
CONDITIONS
These messages are as set up in MMC 715, PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE.
DEFAULT DATA
NO MESSAGES SELECTED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 115.
Display shows:
[201] PGMMSG(00)
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] PGMMSG(00)
3. Dial message number (e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to select message and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Dial 00 to cancel an existing message
[205] PGMMSG(05)
CANCEL PGM MSG
CANCEL PGM MSG
[ALL] PGMMSG(??)
PAGE ME
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 715
MMC 722
MMC 723
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[116] ALARM AND MESSAGE
Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change the alarm clock/appointment
reminder feature for any station. Three alarms may be set for each station and each alarm
may be defined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, or as a DAILY alarm.
The TODAY alarm is automatically cancelled after it rings, while the DAILY alarm rings
every day at the same time. It is also possible to set a message to display when the alarm is
sounded.
No
Type
Description
0
NOTSET
No alarm
1
TODAY
Alarm once only
2
DAILY
Alarm daily at set time
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
ALARMS ARE NOTSET
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 116.
Display shows:
[201] ALM REM(1)
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] ALM REM(1)
3. Dial 1~3 to select alarm (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select alarm and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] ALM REM(2)
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HHMM:ÆNOTSET
HHMM:ÆNOTSET
[ALL] ALM REM(1)
HHMM:ÆNOTSET
HHMM:ÆNOTSET
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4. Enter alarm time in 24-hour clock format.
(e.g., 1300 for 1pm)
Display will automatically advance to step 5.
[205] ALM REM(2)
5. Dial valid entry from above list for alarm type.
(e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select alarm type and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] ALM REM
6. Enter message and press Right Soft button to return to
step 2.
[205] ALM REM
HHMM:1300ÆNOTSET
HHMM:1300ÆDAILY
Meeting
7. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 112
ALARM REMINDER CLOCK
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[117] EDIT TEXT MESSAGE
Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change text messages for any station. One station can use up to 10 text messages.
CONDITIONS
Only stations allowed to use text messages in MMC 611 can be selected here. Large LCD
phones are automatically allowed.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
BLANK MESSAGE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 117.
Display shows:
[201] TXTMSG(01)
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] TXTMSG(01)
3. Dial 01~10 to select message.
OR
Press Volume button to select message and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] TXTMSG(02)
4. Enter message and press Right Soft button to return to
step 3.
[205] TXTMSG(02)
Blank Message
Blank Message
Blank Message
SAME TIME
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 611
ALLOW TEXT MESSAGING
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[118] CONFERENCE GROUP
Allows the system administrator or technician to set conference groups for any station. A
station is allowed up to five conference groups, and each group can include 4 members
(excluding the station itself). Names can be allocated to groups.
Conference members can be other stations, station groups, and external telephone numbers
(which must include the outgoing access code).
CONDITIONS
Only stations set to use conference groups in MMC 612 can be selected here. Large LCD
phones are automatically set to use conference groups.
ENTERING CONFERENCE GROUP NAME
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 118.
Display shows:
[201] GRP(1)NAME
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] GRP(1)NAME
3. Dial 1~5 to select group.
OR
Press Volume button to select group and press.
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] GRP(1)NAME
4. Dial 0 to select name or dial 1~4 to select member.
OR
Press Volume button to select name or member
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
[205] GRP(1)MBR1
5. Enter conference member dial number and
press Right Soft button to return to step 4.
[205] GRP(1)MBR1
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6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 612
ALLOW GROUP CONFERENCE
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[119] CALLER ID DISPLAY
Allows the technician to set the individual station display preference on a per-station basis.
Caller ID or CLI can be selected to either show the name, number first, or no display depending on the type of call. Caller ID or CLI displays have the following options:
No
Type
Description
0
NO DISPLAY
No Caller ID or CLIP data will be displayed.
1
NUMBER FIRST
The Caller ID or CLIP number received from the Central Office
will be displayed first.
2
NAME FIRST
The Caller ID or CLIP name received will be displayed first.
In the case of CLIP the number must be programmed in the
CLIP translation table(MMC 728). CLIP does not provide
names.
DEFAULT DATA
NUMBER FIRST
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 119.
Display shows first station:
[201] CID DISP
2. Enter station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press Right
Soft button
OR
Select all stations
[205] CID DISP
3. Dial display option 0, 1 or 2 (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right or Left Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] CID DISP
NUMBER FIRST
NUMBER FIRST
[ALL] CID DISP
NUMBER FIRST
NAME FIRST
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 312
MMC 608
MMC 728
ALLOW CALLER ID
ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
CID TRANSLATION TABLE
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[120] LARGE LCD OPTIONS
Allows the system administrator to set any of the following options for large LCD phones.
No
0
Option
IDLE DISPLAY
Description
Sets whether to display ‘CALENDAR’ or ‘INFORMATION’ on LCD
when idle
1
DS KEY DISPLAY
Sets whether to display extension numbers or names for ‘DS’
keys on LCD
2
DIAL MODE
Sets dial mode to ENBLOCK or OVERLAP
3
CONV DISP
SOFT MENU FIRST
If selected, features assigned to keys are displayed when
SCREEN key is pressed while on a call.
AOM KEY FIRST
If selected, extensions assigned to keys are displayed when
SCREEN key is pressed while on a call.
4
CALENDAR
Sets whether to display PREVIOUS screen or CALENDAR
screen on LCD when idle
5
AOM CURSOR
Sets cursor position on AOM menu screen (01~99, PREV POSITION)
DEFAULT DATA
IDLE DISPLAY: CALENDAR
DS KEY DISPLAY: TEL NUMBER
DIAL MODE: ENBLOCK
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 120.
Display shows:
[201] IDLE DISP
2. Enter station number (e.g., 203)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through stations and
press Right Soft button to select a station.
OR
Select all stations and press the Right Soft button.
[203] IDLE DISP
3. Dial the option number from above list (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to select the option and
press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[203] DS KEY DSP
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CALENDER
[ALL] IDLE DISP
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4. Press Volume button to select display type and press Right
Soft button.
[203] DS KEY DSP
EXT NAME
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 719 IDLE DISPLAY
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[121] PHONE LANGUAGE
Allows the system administrator to assign an LCD display based on the user’s own language.
No
Language
00
ENGLISH
01
GERMAN
02
PORTUGAL
03
NORSK
04
DANISH
05
DUTCH
06
ITALY
07
SPANISH
08
SWEDISH
09
SPANISH/USA
10
FRENCH/CANADA
DEFAULT DATA
ENGLISH
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 121.
Display shows:
[201] LANGUAGE
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and use
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] LANGUAGE
3. Dial 00~10 for language required.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[205] LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
[ALL] LANGUAGE
?
GERMAN
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[122] NEWS DISPLAY SPEED
Used to set the Smart News display speed between 0300 mS (fastest) and 1 sec (slowest).
This timer is related to the Smart News PC Application Package.
DEFAULT DATA
03 (0300 mS)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 122.
Display shows first station:
[201] CALL SPEED
2. Enter station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through stations
and press Right Soft button to select a station.
OR
Select all stations
[205] CALL SPEED
3. Dial speed option (03~10)
[205] CALL SPEED
03Æ
03Æ
03Æ04
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[125] EXECUTIVE STATE
Allows the system administrator or technician to set an executive station’s options, as follows.
No
0
Option
EXEC STATE
Description
When working with EASYSET, the state of the executive station can
be displayed (e.g. IN A MEETING)
1
STATE(IN)
If EXEC STATE set to OTHERS(IN), EASYSET displays this message.
2
STATE(OUT)
If EXEC STATE set to OTHERS(OUT), EASYSET displays this message.
3
ANSWER MODE
Set answer mode for executive/secretary calling: Ring, Auto Answer,
Voice Announce. (Refer to MMC 103 for a description of answer
modes.)
ENTER CHARACTERS
Refer to ‘ENTER CHARACTERS’ in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 125.
Display shows:
[201] EXEC STATE
2. Dial executive station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] EXEC STATE
3. Dial 0~3 to select option (see table above).
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[205] EXEC STATE
4. Dial 0~9 to select state (e.g. IN A MEETING)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[205] EXEC STATE
IN THE ROOM
IN THE ROOM
IN THE ROOM
IN A MEETING
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[200] OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING
Used to open (enable) and close (disable) customer-level programming. If programming is
not opened and an attempt is made to access a system MMC, the error message [NOT
PERMIT] will be displayed. A four digits passcode is required to access this MMC. Each
digit can be 0-9. When opened, this MMC enables access to all MMCs allowed in MMC
802, Customer Access MMC Number.
No
Mode
Description
0
DISABLE
Open (enable) customer-level programming
1
ENABLE
Close (disable) customer-level programming
DEFAULT DATA
DISABLE
ACTION
1.
DISPLAY
Press Transfer button and enter 200.
Display shows:
2. Enter passcode.
ENABLE CUS.PROG.
PASSCODE:
ENABLE CUS.PROG.
PASSCODE:
Correct code shows.
ENABLE CUS.PROG.
DISABLE
Incorrect code shows.
ENABLE CUS.PROG.
PASSCODE ERROR
3. Press Volume button arrow key to select ENABLE
or DISABLE and press Right Soft button.
OR
Dial 1 for ENABLE or 0 for DISABLE.
ENABLE CUS.PROG.
4. Press Speaker button to advance MMC entry level
and press Volume button to select MMC.
OR
Enter MMC number and press Right Soft button
to enter MMC.
201:CUS.PASSCODE
ENABLE
SELECT PROG. ID
5. Press Transfer button to exit.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 201
MMC 501
MMC 802
CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE
SYSTEM-WIDE TIMERS
CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC NUMBER
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[201] CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE
Used to change the passcode allowing access to MMC 200, Open Customer Programming,
from its current value.
CONDITIONS
y
The passcode is four digits long. Each digit can be 0-9.
y
The current (old) passcode is required for this MMC.
DEFAULT DATA
PASSCODE: 1234
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 201.
CUST. PASSCODE
NEW CODE:_
2. Enter new passcode via dial keypad.
(maximum four digits)
CUST. PASSCODE
3. Verify new passcode via dial keypad.
CUST. PASSCODE
NEW CODE:****
VERIFY
Passcode verified (go to step 4)
OR
Passcode failure (return to step 2)
:****
CUST. PASSCODE
VERIFY
:SUCCESS
CUST. PASSCODE
VERIFY
:FAILURE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 200
OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING
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[202] CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODE
Used to change the passcodes for the following features.
No
0
Feature
Description
RING PLAN
The passcode required to place the system in different ring plans (RP)
or change the ring time override (RTO).
1
DISA ALARM
The passcode required to clear a DISA ALARM generated when the
number of DISA attempts are exceeded.
2
ALARM CLR
The passcode required to clear an ALARM generated by the disconnection of BI-PMS SIO. (Hotel Application only).
5
DELETE
This passcode is used to allow items to be deleted from a room bill.
(Hotel Application only).
6
WLAN REGST
The passcode required to register a WIP phone.
CONDITIONS
y
The passcode is four digits long. Each digit can be 0~9.
y
The current passcode is required for this MMC.
DEFAULT DATA
RING PLAN: 0000
DISA ALARM: 5678
ALARM CLR: 8765
DECT REGST: 4321
DELETE: 9999
WLAN REGST: 0000
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 202.
Display shows:
CHANGE PASSCODE
2. Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor to passcode entry.
CHANGE PASSCODE
3. Enter new passcode via digits from dial keypad.
CHANGE PASSCODE
RING PLAN :0000
AA RECORD :4321
AA RECORD :9999
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
Continue to change other passcodes.
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 410
MMC 507
ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
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[203] ASSIGN UA DEVICE
Assigns ringing device to be accessed when a Universal Answer (UA) key is pressed or the
UA pickup code is dialled. UA assignment is made in MMC 601, Assign Station Group, for
a group and then the group is entered here. The device type is automatically determined by
the directory number (DN) entered.
Only one of the above options can be selected. If the ability to ring more than one
item (e.g., all four external page zones) is required, a station group containing all
four zone codes must be created.
Ringing Device
Description
NONE (NO UA)
No phone number
STATION
Station number
STN GROUP
Station group number
RING PAGE
External speaker phone number
COMMON BELL
Common bell phone number
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 203.
Display shows current assignment:
ASSIGN UA PORT
2. Dial DN of UA device (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume buttons to scroll through
available devices.
ASSIGN UA PORT
NONE-NO UA
205 -STATION
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 204
MMC 601
MMC 605
COMMON BELL CONTROL
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE
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[204] COMMON BELL CONTROL
Determines whether the common bell relay contacts have an interrupted or continuous closure when activated. If interrupted is chosen, the relay follows an internal Trunk Line ring
pattern of one second closed followed by three seconds open.
CONDITIONS
y
When the common bell is not used for night time ring, the common bell must be set to
a station group so that all stations in the group ring.
DEFAULT DATA
CONTINUOUS
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 204.
Display shows current setting:
[3801]COM. BELL
2. Dial common bell number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection of common
bell numbers and press Right Soft button to advance
cursor.
[3801]COM. BELL
3. Dial 0 for continuous or 1 for interrupted operation.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through options and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[3802]COM. BELL
CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS
INTERRUPTED
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 203
MMC 601
ASSIGN UA DEVICE
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[205] ASSIGN LOUD BELL
Designates the station that controls the loud bell ring output of a MIS card. (Each MIS card
provides one loud bell port.) The loud bell will follow the ring cadence of the designated
station.
CONDITIONS
Only a station can be assigned to control the loud bell, not a station group.
DEFAULT DATA
UNASSIGNED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 205.
Display shows current setting.
[3901]LOUD BELL
2. Dial loud bell number (e.g., 3902)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through loud bell numbers and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[3902]LOUD BELL
3. Enter station number (e.g., 201)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[3902]LOUD BELL
RING PAIR:NONE
RING PAIR:NONE
RING PAIR:201
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[206] BARGE-IN TYPE
Sets the type of barge-in that is permitted.
No
0
Type
NO BARGE-IN
Description
Barge-in feature is unavailable regardless of a station’s barge-in
status.
1
WITH TONE
Barge-in will have an intrusion tone and display at the station
barged-in on.
2
WITHOUT TONE
Barge-in is allowed. There is no barge-in tone or display at the
station barged-in on and the barging-in station will be muted.
DEFAULT DATA
NO BARGE-IN
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 206.
Display shows:
BARGE IN TYPE
2. Dial 0-2 to select barge-in type (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select barge-in type and
press Right Soft button.
BARGE IN TYPE
NO BARGE IN
WITHOUT TONE
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
MMC 701
ASSIGN STATION COS
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[207] ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
Enables SLI ports to be designated as NORMAL or VMAA. VMAA ports receive digits
designated in MMC 726 (VM/AA Options) and also receive a true disconnect signal on
completion of a call. Only SLI cards, not keyset daughterboards, support disconnect signal.
Do not make VMAA ports data; this will return them to a single line port and stop voice
mail integration. VMAA ports have the equivalent of data protect written in the program
and are protected against tones.
This MMC is not used to assign voice mail card ports. Voice mail card ports are
assigned as voice mail ports automatically when the system detects an SVM-400
or SVMi-20 card.
DEFAULT DATA
NORMAL PORT
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 207.
[209] VMAA PORT
NORMAL PORT
Display shows:
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] VMAA PORT
3. Dial 1 or 0 to select port type.
(1:VMAA, 0:NORMAL)
OR
Press Volume button to select type and press
Right Soft button.
[205] VMAA PORT
NORMAL PORT
VMAA PORT
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 726
VM/AA OPTIONS
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[208] ASSIGN RING TYPE
Allows programming of single lines to have ICM ringing, Trunk Line ringing and data secure. With the many types of external ringing devices, all configurations can be met. All
devices will also have a positive disconnect signal. Do not make VM/AA ports data; this
will return them to a single line port and stop voice mail integration.
No
Type
Description
0
ICM RING
Follows normal SLI ring cadence.
1
CO RING
Follows Trunk line ring cadence.
2
DATA RING
Follows Trunk line ring cadence and does not support off-hook ring.
DEFAULT DATA
ICM RING
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 208.
Display shows:
[209] RING TYPE
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] RING TYPE
3. Dial 1, 2 or 0 to select port type (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select type and press
Left or Right Soft button to return to step 2 above.
[205] RING TYPE
ICM RING
ICM RING
DATA RING
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[209] ASSIGN ADD-ON MODULE
Designates to which phone an add-on module (AOM) is assigned. There is no limit to the
number of AOMs that can be assigned in the system. A maximum of four AOMs can be assigned to a keyset.
CONDITIONS
An AOM cannot be designated as Master. If no AOM exists in the system, the ‘AOM NOT
EXIST’ message is displayed.
DEFAULT DATA
MASTER:NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 209.
Display shows first AOM:
[301] AOM MASTER
2. Dial AOM number.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through AOM numbers
and use Soft buttons to move cursor.
[301] AOM MASTER
3. Enter station number (e.g., 301)
OR
Use Volume button for selection of stations and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[301] AOM MASTER
MASTER:NONE
MASTER:NONE
MASTER:201
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[210] CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TENANT
Allows the system administrator to set system features on a per-tenant basis. Each system
option has a corresponding dialling number, as listed below. All options toggle ON/OFF.
No
00
Option
DISA PSWD
Default
ON
Description
When ON, a caller must enter extension number and DISA
password when they call a DISA trunk. When OFF, extension
number and DISA password are not required and the caller
has full access to all features allowed on this trunk.
01
LCR ENABLE
OFF
This option determines whether the system will or will not
route outgoing calls based on the information in the LCR
routing tables
03
PERI UCD RPT
OFF
Periodic UCD Information provider. Enables UCD Statistics
data on a per-UCD group basis to print out on the IO port
which has been set as PERI UCD in real time (every 3~99
seconds). This allows the information to be interfaced and
manipulated by an external package or third party provided
software.
04
CID CODE INS
OFF
When ON, the system will insert the country code when receiving CID information. This feature can use the CID display
callback feature.
05
DISA MOH
OFF
When ON, outside parties will hear trunk MOH instead of dial
tone from the time the system answers a DISA trunk until the
caller dials a digit.
06
TRANSFER
OFF
MOH
When ON, outside parties will hear trunk MOH instead of
ringback tone from the time a transfer is completed until the
call is answered by an internal party.
08
DID BSY ROUT
OFF
When ON, a DID call directed to a busy station will re-route
to the destination in MMC 406 for that trunk, if CW is set to
OFF in MMC 714. If the CW option is set to ON the call will
camp on. When OFF and the CW option is set to OFF, the
call will re-route to the operator.
09
ALARM MOH
ON
When ON, a station user answering an alarm ring will hear
station MOH instead of dial tone.
12
CONF TONE
OFF
When ON, provides conference tone. (Available in Australia
and Italy only.)
13
RECALL PIKUP
ON
When ON, a call recalling to a station can be picked up using
Direct Call Pickup, Pickup Group and My Group features.
This applies to held calls recalling and transferred calls recalling to a station.
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14
Option
ICM EXT FWD
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Default
OFF
Description
When ON, call forward external is allowed when intercom calls
are placed to a station that has Call Forward External programmed and set.
16
DID ERR TONE
OFF
This option provides error tone when an invalid DID number
is received.
18
KTS DISC ALM
OFF
When ON, generates a system alarm when a phone disconnects or connects.
19
OFF HOOK ALM
OFF
When ON, generates a system alarm when a phone stays
off-hook longer than this timer.
20
SL SELF RING
OFF
When ON, generates ring of 10 seconds when a single line
phone dials itself and hangs up (self test).
21
SGR INC BUSY
OFF
When ON, generates busy tone when all station group
members are busy for a group call. This does not work for
station groups which have Unconditional Ring mode set.
24
TRANSFER
OFF
CANCEL
When OFF, a single line phone can handle 2 calls simultaneously using the hook-flash to toggle between them. When
ON, a single line phone can connect to the second call, but
pressing the hook-flash will not toggle between the two calls
it will disconnect the second call and reconnect the single
line phone to the first call.
26
RECALL DISC
OFF
When ON, the system disconnects a transferred call when it
recalls.
29
ARD TONE CHK
ON
When system detects CO BUSY TONE from Central Office,
it returns to auto redial state.
30
VPN ENABLE
OFF
When ON, VPN is enabled. (Australia only.)
31
IN TOLL CHK
OFF
When OFF, the system doesn’t toll restrict incoming calls.
32
ISDN
OFF
When ON, if an outgoing call receives PROGRESS mes-
PROGCON
sage from ISDN trunk, the call will connect without CONNECT message.
33
INCLUDE VAT
OFF
When ON, an “Inclusive VAT of” line is printed on Hotel invoices (Hotel Application).
36
DSS KEY DPU
OFF
When ON, pressing a DS key will pick up the call at a ringing
station
37
BEGN DGT DSP
OFF
When ON, and an outside call is made via speed dial or LNR
where more than 11 digits are dialled, then only the first 11
dialled digits are shown on the phone display.
38
ONE TCH
FACC
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OFF
When OFF, phone users cannot use one-touch account
code (ACC) key.
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39
Option
SGR ALL OUT
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Default
OFF
Description
When ON, the last remaining station group member can
leave a group.
40
CHAIN FWD
ON
If ON, an incoming call forwarded from a station to another
station may then be forwarded to the mailbox of the second
station, if the latter is set for ‘forward to voice mail’. If this
option is OFF, the call may only be forwarded to the mailbox
of the first station.
41
TRK MONITER
OFF
If ON, the system will monitor the trunk supervision signalling. That is, if a disconnection signal is received from the
exchange, the call will be cleared and the extension will go
back on hook.
42
VOIP MFRALOC
OFF
If ON, this allocates a DTMF receiver for a VOIP tandem
caller breaking out on another trunk group.
43
NTWK
OFF
AUTOTMR
44
USE EURO
If OFF, the call timer in the phone display will not function if
the call is from a network connection (Q-SIG).
OFF
If ON, the unit of currency shown in call displays and on
SMDR reports will be Euros (€). (This will also display on
Hotel Application invoices.)
45
NO STAFF
OFF
COD
46
PERI UCD SIO
When ON, the steps verifying the staff code will be omitted in
Hotel operation.
OFF
When ON, the PERI UCD data will be sent to the SMDR IO
port.
47
AUTO
OFF
CLEANED
Normally, when a room is checked-out, the room status is
changed to NEED CLEAN. When the option is set to ON, the
room status will be changed to AVAILABLE instead. (Hotel
Application.)
48
REDIAL REVW
OFF
When ON, the CALL LOG review will appear when the Redial or LNR button is pressed.
50
ISDN KEYFAC
OFF
If ON, allows Keypad Facility messages to be sent to the
exchange to invoke network features.
52
CHK SPV TRK
OFF
When ON, if trunks don’t have the supervision feature they
cannot make outgoing transfers or unsupervised conferences.
53
PRE FWD
OFF
BUSY
When ON, and a call arrives at a busy station that is not set
for forward busy, if a preset no answer destination is available the call is re-routed to that destination.
54
ORG DIAL LOG
OFF
When ON, all dialled digits will be saved in the outgoing call
log for Large LCD phones. When OFF, invalid dialling such
as dialling of a non-existent station number will not be saved
in the outgoing call log for Large LCD phones.
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Option
55
TIE TRSF RCL
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Default
ON
Description
When ON, and a trunk call transferred to the tie line is not
answered within the transfer recall time, the call is recalled to
the original transferring station.
56
VOIP REALRBT
OFF
When ON, the system will connect the real path of the outgoing trunk to the incoming VoIP trunk user instead of providing
virtual ringback tone.
57
CO-CO TM ALL
OFF
When ON, the system trunk call will be attached timer for
preven the call from locking up
60
SMDR
OFF
AUT2ACC
64
IPNW REAL RB
When ON, the AUTHORIZATION CODE will be printed in
ACCOUNT field of SMDR.
OFF
When ON, the system will connect the real path of the outgoing trunk to the VoIP networking trunk user instead of providing virtual ringback tone.
66
TRK AUTO
OFF
MOH
When ON, an incoming trunk call is connected to MOH
automatically after the DISA ANSWR timer (MMC 503) expires and the caller hears MOH. If the TRK AUTOMOH DISC
timer in MMC501 expires before the call is answered, it is
disconnected. (To use this feature, MMC 400 AUTO ANSWER option must set to ON.)
67
TRSF VT KEY
ON
When ON, works like the VT key when the user transfers the
call to Voice Mail using the TRSF key.
68
PAIR NO RING
OFF
When ON, if a paired phone is busy the call camps on and a
message waiting indication is set at the busy phone and
does not ring the free paired extension.
69
DISA NO ACT
OFF
When ON, a DISA call will go to the station assigned in MMC
406 after the DISA NO ACT timer expires.
70
ICM
OFF
AUTOHOLD
When ON, will allow internal calls to be put on hold automatically when another call is taken.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME OPTIONS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 210.
Display shows:
TEN. ON AND OFF
2. Dial option number (e.g., 00)
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TEN. ON AND OFF
3. Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF.
OR
TEN. ON AND OFF
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DISA PSWD
DISA PSWD
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:OFF
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Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
4. Repeat steps 2-3 for other options.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[211] DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT
Designates which station or group of stations will ring when a door phone button is pressed.
If the ring plan destinations are not entered the default ring plan 1 is used. Available ring
plans are 1 to 6.
DEFAULT DATA
STATION GROUP: 500
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 211.
Display shows first door phone:
[229] DOOR RING
2. Dial door phone number (e.g., 230)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through door phone
numbers and use the Right Soft button to move
cursor.
OR
Select All door ring.
[230] DOOR RING
3. Enter new ring plan number selection via dial
keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
[250] DOOR RING
1:500
1:500
2:500
2:500
[ALL] DOOR RING
1:500
1:301
2:500
2:500
4. Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 601
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[214] DISA ALARM RINGING STATION
Assigns the DISA alarm to ring at a specific phone. It is recommended that the person who
can clear the alarm also receives the notification.
CONDITIONS
y
A valid destination can be either a station group or an individual station.
y
The alarm ringing station or group will follow the ring plan time destination.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL RING PLANS: 500
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 214.
Display shows:
DISA ALARM RING
2. Enter valid destination number for ring plan.
(e.g., 217)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
DISA ALARM RING
3. Enter valid destination number for another
ring plan (e.g., 249)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
DISA ALARM RING
1:500
1:217
1:217
2:500
2:500
2:249
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 202
MMC 601
CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODE
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[217] TRAFFIC REPORT OPTION
This MMC is used to print a traffic report and select options. The traffic report can be
printed on demand, or every hour, or at a programmed time each day, or for up to three
separately-timed shifts. Automatic printing will always clear the totals.
When report MANUAL PRINT OUT is selected, the options are:
No
Option
Description
0
PRINT AND CLEAR
A report is printed and all totals are reset to 0.
1
PRINTOUT ONLY
A report is printed and all the totals are saved.
2
CANCEL PRINTOUT
Cancels printout.
When AUTO PRINT OPTN is selected, the options are:
No
Option
0
AUTO PRINT OFF
1
DAILY
Description
Automatic print feature is disabled.
A report is printed at a programmable time every day and all the
totals are reset to ‘0’
2
3
EVERY HOUR
A report will be printed every hour
THREE TIME
Up to three separate Start and End times may be programmed to
SHIFT
report traffic within different shifts. A report is printed at the end of
each End time and all totals are reset to ‘0’
When a report is printed, the totals represent call statistics accumulated from the date of the
last report stated as BEGINNING: D & T up to the date of this printout stated as ENDING
D & T.
If there are no trunks in a group, the trunk group report for that group will not print.
CONDITIONS
If this function is required in an OfficeServ 7400 system with an MCP card, you must connect the LAN cable to the MCP card and be connected to a terminal supporting the TCP/IP
function.
DEFAULT DATA
AUTO PRINT OFF
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 217.
Display shows:
TRAFFIC REPORT
2. Dial 0 for manual or 1 for automatic print.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button.
TRAFFIC REPORT
3. If AUTO selected, dial 0, 1, 2 or 3 for automatic
print option.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button.
TRAFFIC REPORT
4. Enter daily report time (HHMM)
TRAFFIC REPORT
MANUAL PRINTOUT
AUTO PRINT OPTN
DAILY HHMM:2359
DAILY HHMM:2200
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to
next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 829
LAN PRINTER PARAMETERS
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[220] ISDN SERVICE TYPE
Assigns the ISDN service type of a single line telephone port. Service consists of BC
(Bearer Capability) and HLC (High Layer Capability).
No
Type
Description
BC
HLC
0
VOICE
Voice service
Speech
-
1
FAX 3
G3 FAX service
3.1 kHz Audio
FAX G2/G3
2
AUDIO 3.1
3.1 kHz Audio service
3.1 kHz Audio
None
3
MODEM
MODEM service
3.1 kHz Audio
Telephony
DEFAULT DATA
VOICE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 220.
Display shows:
[209] ISDN SVC
2. Enter the station number (e.g., 210)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button.
[210] ISDN SVC
3. Select service type (0-3)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button.
[210] ISDN SVC
VOICE
VOICE
AUDIO 3.1
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[221] EXTENSION TYPE
This MMC assigns station ports for a specific use. Each phone can be designated as one of
five types (see table). These types can be changed by dialling the type number or by scrolling through the types and pressing the Right Soft button to select the type.
No
0
Type
NORMAL STATION
Description
This is the default setting. The station will operate in the normal
manner associated with this type of station. Ports designated as
VMAA in MMC 207 must be designated as normal in this MMC.
1
GUEST SMOKING
When a station is designated as this type it will appear in room
status and check-in features as a smoking room.
2
GUEST NO SMOKING
When a station is designated as this type it will appear in room
status and check-in features as a non-smoking room.
3
MEETING ROOM
Stations designated as Meeting Rooms will have the same attributes as guest rooms with regard to cleaning and occupied status
but will not show up while scrolling through room status lists.
4
ADMINISTRATOR
Only stations designated as administrator stations can use Hotel
features (check in, etc.)
5
FAX STATION
When a station is designated as this type it can be assigned as a
‘pair’ station to a GUEST SMOKING ROOM or GUEST NO
SMOKING ROOM in MMC 222.
CONDITIONS
This MMC can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
DEFAULT DATA
NORMAL STATION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 221.
Display shows:
[201] PHONE USE
2. Dial station number (e.g., 214)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[214] PHONE USE
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3. Dial 0 - 5 to select station type.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and
press Right Soft button.
[214] PHONE USE
GUEST NO SMOKING
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 813
HOTEL OPERATION
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[222] FAX PAIR
Enables a guest room to have a normal phone line and fax line simultaneously. Only a
Guest No Smoking Room or Guest Smoking Room can be assigned a fax pair station
which is already assigned as a fax station in MMC 221.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
CONDITIONS
This MMC can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
This MMC can be used only when there is station that set GUEST SMOKING, GUEST NO
SMOKING in MMC 222, and if not, display “ROOM NOT EXIST”:
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 222.
Display shows:
[201] FAX PAIR
2. Dial guest extension number (e.g. 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button.
[205] FAX PAIR
3. Dial fax station number (e.g. 301)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button.
[205] FAX PAIR
NONE
NONE
301
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 221
MMC 813
EXTENSION TYPE
HOTEL OPERATION
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[224] WAKE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT
This MMC is an enhanced Wake Up feature. The system will play a recorded message
when a Wake Up call is answered by the user. The Wake Up Announcement feature requires an SVMi-20 card to be installed in the system. When a Wake Up call is answered,
the system will access the customized Wake Up message (1-48) recorded in the card. The
end user can record this message and also change it if desired. The Wake Up message will
have no default ROM message assigned to it; however, a ROM message(49-64) may also
be assigned as the Wake Up message if desired.
This MMC has three options.
No
0
Option
AA GROUP
Description
Determines which AA group will be connected when a Wake Up
call is answered. This destination can be any AA group.
1
MESSAGE NO
Determines which message will be played when a Wake Up call is
answered. This destination can be a custom recorded message
(1-48) or one of the pre-programmed messages (49-64).
2
GROUP BUSY
Determines which tone source will be connected when all AA group
members are busy. This destination can be NONE, TONE or external
music on hold.
If NONE is set then dial tone is connected; if TONE is set then hold tone
is connected.
CONDITIONS
NONE
DEFAULT DATA
AA GROUP: NONE
MESSAGE NO: NONE
GROUP BUSY: NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 224.
Display shows:
WAKE-UP ANNOUNCE
2. Dial 0, 1 or 2 for option select.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button.
WAKE-UP ANNOUNCE
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3. Enter the AA group number.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button to return to step 2.
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WAKE-UP ANNOUNCE
AA GROUP :520
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[300] CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION
Allows the following features to be enabled/disabled on a per-station basis.
No
00
Option
ACCESS DIAL
Default
ON
Description
Determines whether a user can select a trunk or trunk
group by dialling its directory number (DN). This selection should be turned off when using LCR.
01
MICROPHONE
ON
Allows phones to be used in speakerphone mode.
02
OFF-HOOK RING
ON
Will allow a short burst of ring tone to indicate another call.
03
SMDR PRINT
ON
When the station is set for no Trunk Line calls to and
from this station, the station will not print on SMDR.
This includes transferred calls or calls picked up from
hold or park.
04
TGR ADV.TONE
ON
When this feature is set to ON, a warning tone will be
heard each time LCR advances to the next route.
05
VMAA FORWARD
ON
This feature selects whether Trunk Line calls can be
forwarded to voice mail: ON, permits forward to voice
mail; OFF, no forward to voice mail.
07
NGT PASSCODE
ON
When ON, the steps verifying the ring plan passcode
will be added in Ring Plan change.
08
INTRCOM SMDR
OFF
When the station is set to OFF, the station will not print
intercom calls on SMDR.
09
FWD DELAY USE
OFF
When ON, calls will overflow to the Forward No Answer
destination when the Forward No Answer timer expires
even when the Forward No Answer feature is not activated at the called party extension.
11
FORWARD OVRD
OFF
When set to ON and the station calls another station
which has forwarding set, the call will not forward.
12
RECL TO OPER
OFF
When the station is set to ON, if the station transfers a
call and the destination doesn’t answer, the call will
recall to the operator instead of the station.
13
SLT LP OPEN
OFF
When ON, SLI port receives real disconnect signal instead of busy or error tone. (VMAA or DATA ports always receive real disconnect signal.)
15
CID TO SLT
OFF
When a MIS card is installed and this option is set to
ON, the system will provide the CID signal to SLTs.
22
NO RCL FLASH
OFF
When the hook switch is flashed or the flash key is
pressed, a recall signal will not be sent to the system.
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DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME OPTIONS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 300.
Display shows:
[201] CUS.ON/OFF
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
[205] CUS.ON/OFF
Press Volume button to select station.
OR
Select all stations and press Right Soft button to
move cursor.
ACCESS DIAL :ON
ACCESS DIAL :ON
[ALL] CUS.ON/OFF
ACCESS DIAL :ON
3. Press Volume button to select feature and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[ALL] CUS.ON/OFF
4. Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button.
[ALL] CUS.ON/OFF
ACCESS DIAL :ON
ACCESS DIAL :OFF
5. Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
Press Right Soft button to return to step 1.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
LCR PROGRAMMING:
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 712
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
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[301] ASSIGN STATION COS
Used to assign a class of service to each phone. There are 30 different classes of service
(defined in MMC 701, Assign COS Contents) and six ring plans based on the Ring Plan
Time in MMC 507 that can apply to the COS. Classes of service are numbered 01-30. The
default is COS 01.
DEFAULT DATA
RING PLANS 1-6: 01
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 301.
Display shows first station:
[201] STN COS
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through stations.
Press Right Soft button to advance step 3.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through stations and
press Left Soft button to advance to step 4.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] STN COS
3. Enter new ring plan selection via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] STN COS
4. Enter ring plan class of service (e.g., 05)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of
service and press Right Soft button to advance to
the next ring plan.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of service
and press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] STN COS
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1:01 2:01 3:01
[ALL] STN COS
1:01 2:01 3:01
1:01 2:01 3:01
1:05
2:01 3:01
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5. Enter the next ring plan class of service (e.g., 05)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of
service and press Right Soft button to move cursor
to the next ring plan.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of
service and press Left Soft button to return to
previous step.
[205] STN COS
1:05 2:01 3:01
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance
to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 701
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[302] PICKUP GROUPS
Allows the assignment of stations into call pickup groups. There is a maximum of 99
pickup groups. An unlimited number of members can belong to each group. Stations can
only be in one pickup group at any given time.
DEFAULT DATA
NO PICKUP GROUPS ASSIGNED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 302.
Display shows:
[201] PICKUP GRP
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to select station number and
press Right Soft button.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] PICKUP GRP
3. Dial pickup group number (e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to select group number.
[205] PICKUP GRP
PICKUP GRP:NONE
PICKUP GRP:NONE
[ALL] PICKUP GRP
PICKUP GRP:??
PICKUP GRP:05
4. Press Right Soft button to return to step 2 to
enter more stations.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 107
MMC 722
MMC 723
KEY EXTENDER
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[303] ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY
Assigns BOSS phones to SECRETARY phones. One BOSS station can have up to and including four SECRETARY stations and one SECRETARY station can have up to and including four BOSS stations.
CONDITIONS
y
A dedicated BOSS button must be programmed on the SECRETARY phone(s).
y
A dedicated BOSS button must also be programmed on the BOSS phone.
y
A station designated as BOSS may not be assigned as a secretary of another BOSS.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
PROGRAM BUTTONS
F BUTTON
Used to toggle BOSS/SECRETARY field
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 303.
Display shows:
BOSS STN:NONE
SECR 1:NONE
2. Dial BOSS station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button.
BOSS STN:205
3. Dial SECRETARY number (1, 2, 3 or 4)
OR
Press Volume button to select number and press
Right Soft button.
BOSS STN:205
4. Dial SECRETARY station number (e.g., 201)
OR
Press Volume button to select station.
Press Right Soft button to return to step 3 to
enter more SECR numbers.
BOSS STN:205
SECR 1:201
SECR 1:NONE
SECR 1:NONE
BOSS STN:205
SECR 2:202
5. Press Left Soft button to return to step 2 and
continue entries.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 722
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
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[304] ASSIGN EXTENSION/TRUNK USE
Allows you to select which stations are allowed to make calls through C.O. lines or
to answer calls for C.O. lines (on a station and trunk use group basis).
CONDITIONS
y
Stations are set within use group numbers 001~300 and trunks are set within use group
numbers 301~500 in MMC 614, ASSIGN USE GROUP.
y
If a station group is set to NO Dial, stations cannot place calls on that trunk group.
y
If a station group is set to NO Answer, stations cannot answer incoming calls on that
trunk group.
Note: MMC 406, Trunk Ring Assignment, overrides this MMC for the Answer option.
DEFAULT DATA
DIAL: YES
ANS: YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 304.
Display shows:
(001) USE (301)
2. Dial the station use group number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to select station use group
and press Right Soft button.
OR
Select all station use groups.
(005) USE (301)
3. Dial the station use group number.(e.g., 304)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk use group
and press Right Soft button.
OR
Select all trunk use groups.
(005) USE (304)
4. Press Volume button to select YES/NO option.
OR
Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO and press Right
Soft button to move cursor to ANS option.
(005) USE (304)
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DIAL:YES ANS:YES
DIAL:YES ANS:YES
(ALL) USE (301)
DIAL:YES ANS:YES
DIAL:YES ANS:YES
(005) USE (ALL)
DIAL:YES ANS:YES
DIAL:NO
ANS:YES
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Press Volume button to select YES/NO Option.
OR
Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO and press Right
Soft button to return to step 2.
(005) USE (304)
DIAL:NO
ANS:YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 316
MMC 614
COPY STATION USABLE
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
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[305] ASSIGN FORCED CODE
This MMC allows one of the four options to be selected: the assignment of account codes
with verification, account codes without verification and authorization codes (or none of
these) on a per-station basis or on an all-station basis. The system supports 500 authorization codes and 999 account codes which may or may not require verification.
No
Type
Description
0
NONE
No Account or Authorization code required (strictly voluntary).
1
AUTHORIZE CODE
Forces user to enter a valid Authorization code of four or
more digits listed in the AUTHORIZATION CODE Table (MMC
707).
2
ACCT VERIFIED
Forces user to enter a valid Account code listed in the ACCOUNT CODE Table (MMC 708).
3
ACCT NO VERIFIED
Forces user to enter an Account code which is not verified.
User can enter any code up to 12 digits (including ∗ and #).
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 305.
Display shows:
[201] FORCD CODE
NONE
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] FORCD CODE
NONE
3. Dial a feature option 0-3 (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to return step 2.
[205] FORCD CODE
ACCT VERIFIED
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 707
MMC 708
AUTHORIZATION CODE
ACCOUNT CODE
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[306] HOT LINE/OFF HOOK SELECTION
Allows a station to make a predetermined call, similar to a ring-down circuit, upon the expiration of a timer (see MMC 502, STATION TIMERS, Off-Hook Selection Timer).
CONDITIONS
y
The hotline destination can be a station, a station group, a trunk, a trunk group or an
external number.
y
There is a maximum of 18 digits in the dial string for external numbers. The access
code for trunk or trunk group access (e.g. 0 or 9) is not counted as part of the 18.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
PROGRAM BUTTONS
B
C
D
E
Used to insert a flash code ‘F’
Used to insert a pause code ‘P’
Used to insert a pulse/tone conversion code ‘C’
Used to mask/unmask following digits-shows as ‘[’ or ‘]’
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 306.
Display shows:
[201] HOT LINE
2. Dial station number.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through stations.
Press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[205] HOT LINE
3. Enter the hot line destination, a station or
trunk ID (e.g., 9 or 701) with a maximum of
18 outgoing digits after the access code for
the CO call (see above list of options if needed)
[205] HOT LINE
NONE
NONE
9-1305P4264100_
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 502
STATION-WIDE TIMERS (OFF-HOOK SELECTION TIMER)
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[308] ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
Assigns a background music source to phones. There is one internal music source and two
additional external music sources are provided if each MIS card is installed in the system.
If 3 Cabinet system, external music source are six.
The default directory numbers for the music sources are 371 (internal) , 372~ 377 (external).
CONDITIONS
To use an external sound source, connect the corresponding port of the MOH source to the
external sound source of the MIS card. If ‘NONE’ is set for background music or if a
sound source is not connected to the external sound source port designated as the background music source, music will not be played even if the background music function is
enabled.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 308.
Display shows current setting.
[201] BGM SOURCE
2. Dial phone number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through phone
numbers and press Right Soft button to move
the cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] BGM SOURCE
3. Enter source number (e.g., 3761)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:NONE
BGM SOURCE:NONE
[ALL] BGM SOURCE
BGM SOURCE:?
BGM SOURCE:3761
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 309
MMC 408
ASSIGN STATION MOH SOURCE
ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
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[309] ASSIGN STATION MOH SOURCE
Assigns a Music On Hold source to phones. There is one internal music source and two additional external music sources are provided if a MIS card is installed in the system.
The default directory numbers for the music sources are 3761 (internal) and 3762-3763
(external).
CONDITIONS
To use an external sound source, connect the corresponding port of the MOH source to the
external sound source of the MIS card.
DEFAULT DATA
TONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 309.
Display shows current setting:
[201] STN MOH
2. Dial phone number (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through phone numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] STN MOH
3. Enter source number (e.g., 3761)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] STN MOH
MOH SOURCE:NONE
MOH SOURCE:NONE
[ALL] STN MOH
MOH SOURCE:?
MOH SOURCE:3761
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 308
MMC 408
ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE
ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
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[310] LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
Assigns the LCR class of service allowed on a per-station/per-trunk basis. There are eight
classes which may be assigned. LCR class of service allows specific users to ‘trunk advance’ up to a matching LCR class of service programmed in MMC 712.
DEFAULT DATA
LEAST COST ROUTING COS: 1
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 310.
Display shows:
[201] LCR CLASS
2. Dial station/trunk number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] LCR CLASS
3. Dial 1-8 to select class type (e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to select class type and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] LCR CLASS
LCR CLASS 1
LCR CLASS 1
[ALL] LCR CLASS
LCR CLASS ?
LCR CLASS 3
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
LCR PROGRAMMING:
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 712
MMC 713
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
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[312] ALLOW CALLER ID
Allows the system administrator or technician to allow or deny CID data to be sent from, or
displayed at, LCD phones.
Option
Description
RCV
Set whether to display CID.
SND
Set whether to send CID for ISDN calls.
DEFAULT DATA
RCV: YES
SND: YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 312.
Display shows:
[201] CID/ANI
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations
[205] CID/ANI
3. Dial 0 or 1 to select Receive option.
OR
Press Volume button to select receive option and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] CID/ANI
4. Dial 0 or 1 to select Send option.
OR
Press Volume button to select send option and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] CID/ANI
RCV:YES SND:YES
RCV:YES SND:YES
[ALL] CID/ANI
RCV:YES SND:YES
RCV:YES SND:YES
RCV:YES SND:YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 119
CALLER ID DISPLAY
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[314] CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL
Allows outgoing call restriction by call duration time: calls can be disconnected or the user
can receive ‘confirm tone’ (refer to the CO Confirm timer in MMC 501).
No
Type
Description
0
NONE
No action
1
CONFIRM TONE
Caller hears confirmation tone at programmed time
2
DISCONNECT
Call is disconnected.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 314.
Display shows:
[201] CO CONFIRM
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and use
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] CO CONFIRM
3. Dial a feature option 0-2.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] CO CONFIRM
NONE
NONE
[ALL] CO CONFIRM
NONE
CONFIRM TONE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 501
SYSTEM-WIDE TIMERS
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[315] CUSTOMER SET RELOCATION
Customer Set Relocation allows the system administrator or technician to exchange similar
stations in the system without hardware changes. All the button settings, features, etc. for a
phone can be copied to another. The user can then relocate to the new station and work as
normal.
CONDITIONS
Refer to the Relocate Allowed Table (below) listing which phones/AOMs can be exchanged.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 315.
Display shows:
SET RELOCATION
2. Enter number of original station (e.g., 202)
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SET RELOCATION
3. Enter second station number (e.g., 210)
Press Right Soft button to enter data.
SET RELOCATE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
SET RELOCATION
EXT_
EXT202
EXT202
EXT_
EXT
EXT_
EXT210
EXT
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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Allowed
Table
SLT
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EURO
EURO
EURO
48B
64B
iDCS
iDCS
iDCS
DS-
DS-
DS-
DS-
DS-
DS-
6B
12B
24B
AOM
AOM
28D
18D
8D
5012L
5014D
5021D
5007S
5014S
5038S
IP
SLT
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
EURO 6B
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
EURO 12B
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
EURO 24B
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
48B AOM
NO
NO
NO
64B AOM
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
iDCS 28D
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
iDCS 18D
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
iDCS 8D
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
DS-5012L
DS-5014D
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
DS-5021D
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
DS-5007S
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
DS-5014S
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
DS-5038S
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
IP Phone*
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
( * IP phones can be exchanged only if using software version V2.03 or later.)
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[316] COPY STATION USABLE
Provides a tool for copying station/trunk use assignments in MMC 304 from one station
user group to another. This can be done on a station use group basis or for all station use
groups.
Use groups are set up in MMC 614.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 316.
Display shows:
(001)COPY USABLE
2. Enter station use group number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
(005)COPY USABLE
3. Enter station use group number to copy from.
Cursor returns to step 2.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
(005)COPY USABLE
FROM:NONE
FROM:NONE
FROM:003
4. Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 304
MMC 614
ASSIGN EXTENSION/TRUNK USE
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
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[317] ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE
This MMC is used to determine whether stations in one use group can make intercom calls
to stations in other use groups (within the same tenant).
Use groups are set up in MMC 614.
DEFAULT DATA
DIAL: YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 317.
Display shows:
(001) USE (001)
2. Dial the first station use group number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button.
OR
Select all station use groups.
(005) USE (001)
3. Dial the second station use group number (e.g., 004)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button.
(005) USE (004)
4. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO (NO means first group
cannot dial second group)
OR
Press Volume button to select YES/NO and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
(005) USE (004)
DIAL:YES
DIAL:YES
(ALL) USE (001)
DIAL:YES
DIAL:YES
DIAL:NO
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 614
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
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[318] DISTINCTIVE RINGING
Allows the technician to select the ring tone heard at a keyset when called by a specific station or when a specific trunk rings that keyset. There is also a cadence control option to
perform a similar function for SLTs.
There are eight ring tones available along with a Follow Station option (default) for keysets.
There are five cadences and a Follow Station option (default) for SLTs. See table, below.
It also allows the technician to assign the call priority for a group call when called by a
specific station or when a specific trunk rings that phone. When calls come into a station
group and all group members are busy, the system will assign a priority to a specific station
or a specific trunk so that high priority calls will be placed at the front of the group queue.
If this option is set to NO, the call held longest in the group queue has the highest priority.
There are nine priority levels: level 1 is the highest and level 9 is the lowest.
Option
TONE
Option
CADENCE
Option
No
Description
Calls will ring with the keyset user’s choice of ring frequency.
1~8
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with this frequency.
Calls will ring with the normal SLT ring cadences.
1
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with the intercom ring cadence.
2
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with the CO ring cadence.
3
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with the DOOR ring cadence.
4
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with the ALARM ring cadence.
5
Calls from the programmed station or trunk will ring with the CALLBACK ring cadence.
CONDITIONS
y
Digital phone (keyset) rings are distinguished by their tone. If the T (TONE) of the
calling internal/external phone is set to ‘NO’, the bell rings according to the normal
setting in MMC 111, PHONE RING TONE, for the receiving station. If T is set to 1-8,
the bell rings according to the designated ring tone.
y
SLT rings are distinguished by their ringing interval. If the C (CADENCE) of the calling internal/external phone is set to ‘NO’, the bell rings according to the interval set in
MMC 510, SLI RING CADENCE, for each calling station type. If C is set to 1-5, the
bell rings according to that interval regardless of the calling station type.
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DEFAULT DATA
T: NO
C: NO
(FOLLOW STATION SETTING)
(FOLLOW STATION SETTING)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 318.
Display shows first station:
[201] RING TONE
2. Dial trunk or station number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk or station
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] RING TONE
3. Dial 1-8 to select ring tone.
OR
Press Volume button to select ring tone and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] RING TONE
4. Dial 1-5 to select ring cadence.
OR
Press Volume button to select ring cadence and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] RING TONE
5. Enter priority level via dial keypad.
(1-9 or NO)
[705] RING TONE
T:NO C:NO PRI:NO
T:NO C:NO PRI:NO
T:5 C:NO PRI:NO
T:5 C:3 PRI:NO
T:5 C:3 PRI:NO
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 111
MMC 510
PHONE RING TONE
SLI RING CADENCE
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[319] BRANCH GROUP
Assign stations to branch groups. There is a maximum of four branch groups. When a C.O.
line is ringing at a station, other stations assigned the same branch group can answer the incoming call by going off hook.
This MMC is currently not valid in the UK/EU.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 319.
Display shows.
[201] BRANCH GRP
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205).
OR
Press Volume button to select station and use
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] BRANCH GRP
3. Dial a branch group number (01-04).
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] BRANCH GRP
BRANCH GRP:NONE
BRANCH GRP:NONE
[ALL] BRANCH GRP
BRANCH GRP:??
BRANCH GRP:04
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[320] PRESET FORWARD NO ANSWER
Allows a technician to assign a default destination for Forward No Answer (FNA) to each
station on the system. These destinations may be the same or different for each station. The
preset FNA destination will be temporarily overwritten if the station user enters a different
FNA destination. If you cancel the new destination, the preset destination will once more
be in effect. Preset FNA time follows the station ‘NO ANS FWD’ timer (MMC 502).
Preset FNA can be assigned respectively for each type of call.
No
Type
Description
0
INT
Preset FNA applies only to intercom calls.
1
EXT
Preset FNA applies only to incoming calls.
2
BOTH
Preset FNA applies to both intercom and incoming calls.
If PRE FWD BUSY option in MMC 210 is set ON, the forward busy follows this
feature.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 320.
Display shows:
[201] PRESET FNA
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] PRESET FNA
3. Dial valid number via keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to select call type and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] PRESET FNA
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OPT:BOTH
OPT:BOTH
[ALL] PRESET FNA
NONE
202
OPT:BOTH
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4. Dial call type 0, 1 or 2 (e.g. 1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] PRESET FNA
202
OPT:EXT
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 102
CALL FORWARD
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[323] CALLING PARTY NUMBER
Allows a number up to16 digits to be entered and associated with a station or trunk number
on a per PRI/BRI basis. When this station makes an outgoing call on this PRI, the number
entered here will be the Calling Party Number sent on the call. There are four tables for the
system. If there are no entries in the tables the system uses the number for the trunk entered
in MMC 405, TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER, for the Calling Party Number.
DEFAULT DATA
EMPTY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 323.
Display shows:
[201] SEND CLIP
2. Dial extension or trunk number (e.g., 230)
OR
Press Volume button to select extension and
press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[230] SEND CLIP
3. Dial table number.
OR
Press Volume button to select table number and
press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[230] SEND CLIP
4. Enter the Calling Party Number.
[230] SEND CLIP
1:
1:
2:
2:3055922900
5. Repeat steps 3 & 4 to enter other tables and Calling
Party Numbers.
OR
Repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 to enter other station or trunk
and Calling Party Numbers.
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 419
MMC 420
MMC 834
BRI OPTIONS
PRI OPTIONS
H.323 OPTIONS
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[400] CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
Assigns several options (listed below) on a per-trunk basis.
No
0
Option
1A2 EMULATION
Default
OFF
Description
When this option is set to ON up to 4 internal stations
can participate in a conversation on this trunk by pressing the trunk key.
1
TRUNK INC DND
OFF
When this option is set to ON a trunk that is programmed to ring a specific station(a private line or DIL)
will ring at that station if the station is in DND.
2
TRUNK FORWARD
ON
When this option is set to OFF this trunk will not follow a
ringing stations call forwarding.
3
LCR ALLOW
OFF
Allows LCR to be switched ON/OFF when a trunk is
accessed using a DT key or by dialling its port number
(e.g. 701).
6
EFWD EXT CLI
ON
This option determines what kinds of CLI number will be
sent to the external forwarded outgoing call.(Station or
Received CLI from Trunk)
7
REPEAT CLI
ON
This option determines what kinds of CLI number will be
sent to the trunk to trunk call.(Trunk or Received CLI
from Trunk)
8
TONECHK DISC
OFF
When this option is set to ON, loop trunk can be disconnected by detecting busy tone. (To use this feature, the
LP TRK TONE DISC option in MMC 861 must be set to
ENABLE.)
9
AUTO ANSWER
OFF
When this option is set to ON, Auto Answer mode can
be assigned on a per-trunk basis.
DEFAULT DATA
1A2 EMULATE
TRK INC. DND
TRK FORWARD
EFWD EXT CLI
REPEAT CLI
: OFF
: OFF
: ON
: ON
: ON
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 400.
Display show:
[701] TRK ON/OFF
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk.
OR
Select all trunks and press Right Soft button to move
cursor to options.
[704] TRK ON/OFF
3. Dial option number from above list
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[704] TRK ON/OFF
4. Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF.
OR
Press Volume button to select ON/OFF and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[704] TRK ON/OFF
1A2 EMULATE:OFF
1A2 EMULATE:OFF
[ALL] TRK ON/OFF
1A2 EMULATE:?
TRK FORWARD:ON
TRK FORWARD:OFF
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[401] TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
Used to select the mode of the trunk lines: CO LINE or PBX LINE. If PBX mode is chosen,
this allows PBX access codes to be recognised, thus allowing more complete toll restriction
(call barring). This mode is assigned on a per-trunk basis.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS: CO LINE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 401.
Display shows:
[701] PBX LINE
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunk
numbers and press Right Soft button to move.
OR
Select all trunks
[704] PBX LINE
3. Dial 1 for PBX or 0 for CO (e.g. 1)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through options
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[704] PBX LINE
CO LINE
CO LINE
[ALL] PBX LINE
?
PBX LINE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[402] TRUNK DIAL TYPE
Used to determine the dialling type of each trunk line. There are two options:
No
Type
Description
0
DTMF TYPE
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
1
DIAL PULSE TYPE
Dial Pulse
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS: DTMF
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 402.
Display shows:
[701] DIAL TYPE
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunk numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Select all.
[704] DIAL TYPE
3. Dial 0 for DTMF or 1 for PULSE.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through options
Press Right Soft buttons to return to step 2.
[704] DIAL TYPE
DTMF TYPE
DTMF TYPE
[ALL] DIAL TYPE
?
DIAL PULSE TYPE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 501
MMC 503
SYSTEM TIMERS
TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS
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[403] TRUNK TOLL CLASS
Assigns toll class level assignments on a per-trunk or all-trunk basis in a day or night condition. The options for toll level will follow either the station class or the class of service
defined in MMCs 702, Toll Deny Table, and 703, Toll Allowance Table. The toll classes
available are listed below with their entry numbers.
No
Class
Description
0
F-STN
Follow station toll restriction
1
CLS-A
Follow toll class A (Unrestricted)
2
CLS-B
Follow toll class B
3
CLS-C
Follow toll class C
4
CLS-D
Follow toll class D
5
CLS-E
Follow toll class E
6
CLS-F
Follow toll class F
7
CLS-G
Follow toll class G
8
CLS-H
Follow toll class H (All restricted)
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS: F-STN
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 403.
Display shows:
[701] TOLL CLASS
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunk numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Select all.
[704] TOLL CLASS
3. Dial ring plan number (1~6)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through ring plan
numbers and press Right Soft button to move
the cursor.
[704] TOLL CLASS
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1:F-STN 2:F-STN
[ALL] TOLL CLASS
1:F-STN 2:F_STN
1:F-STN 2:F-STN
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4. Enter day toll class (e.g., 2 for CLS-B)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through toll classes and
use Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[704] TOLL CLASS
1:CLS-B 2:F-STN
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
MMC 507
MMC 701
ASSIGN STATION COS
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[404] TRUNK NAME
Allows a name up to 11 characters long to be entered to identify an individual trunk.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 404.
Display shows:
[701] TRUNK NAME
2. Dial trunk (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and press
Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[704] TRUNK NAME
3. Enter trunk name.
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[704] TRUNK NAME
TELECOMS
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 104
MMC 405
STATION NAME
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
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[405] TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
Allows a number up to 11 digits long to be entered to identify an individual trunk.
ENTERING NUMBERS
Numbers are written using the keypad. Each press of a key selects the digit and moves the
cursor to the next position.
The # button can be used for special characters:
#, space, &, !, :, ?, ., %, $, -, <, >, /, =, [, ], @, ^, (, ), _, +, {, }, |, ; , \ , " , ~.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 405.
Display shows:
[701] CO TEL NO.
2. Dial trunk (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and press
Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[704] CO TEL NO.
3. Enter trunk number using the dial keypad
[704] CO TEL NO.
3054264100
4. Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 404
TRUNK NAME
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[406] TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
Enables ringing to a specific station or to a group of stations when incoming calls are received. This MMC controls ring plan destinations for ring down trunks. If the ring plan
destinations are not entered, the default ring plan is ring plan 1.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS RING DEFAULT OPERATOR GROUP
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 406.
Display shows:
[701] TRK RING
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunk numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Select all.
[704] TRK RING
3. Dial ring plan number or press Right Soft button to
move to the next step.
[704] TRK RING
4. Dial station number or station group number
(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor to the
next ring plan destination and repeat step 4.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
[704] TRK RING
1:500
1:500
2:500
2:500
[All] TRK RING
1:500
1:500
1:205
2:500
2:500
2:500
[704] TRK RING
1:205
2:501
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 202
MMC 507
MMC 601
CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[407] FORCED TRUNK RELEASE
Provides a positive forced trunk release to a specific trunk or all trunks in the event of a
trunk lock-up.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 407.
Display shows:
[701] TRK RELS.
2. Dial in trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button selected trunk and press
Right Soft button.
OR
Select all trunks.
[704] TRK RELS.
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
(Pressing 1 or 0 will return to step 2)
[704] TRK RELS.
RELEASE?_Y:1,N:0
RELEASE?_Y:1,N:0
[ALL] TRK RELS.
RELEASE?_Y:1,N:0
RELEASE?_Y:1,N:0
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[408] ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
Allows the system administrator to select which Music-On-Hold (MOH) source can be
heard on each trunk. There is one internal music source (371) and maximum six external
music sources are available with the MIS card installed in the 3 cabinet system (372 ~ 377).
CONDITIONS
To use an external sound source, connect the corresponding port of the source to the external sound source of the MIS card.
DEFAULT DATA
TONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 408.
Display shows: current setting.
[701] TRK MOH
MOH:TONE AA:TONE
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunk numbers
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all.
[704] TRK MOH
MOH:TONE AA:TONE
3. Enter source number (e.g., 3761)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[705] TRK MOH
MOH:3761 AA:TONE
[ALL] TRK MOH
MOH:? AA:?
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 756
ASSIGN VMMOH
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[409] TRUNK STATUS READ
This is a READ-ONLY MMC. Allows the status of trunks to be read in a format that will
enable the servicing personnel to quickly identify the ownership and position of a trunk.
No
Type
Description
00
PORT
Port Number (Cabinet/Slot/Port)
01
TYPE
LOOP, GND, E & M, DID, BRI, PRI, VOIP
02
1A2 EMULATE
1A2 Emulation On/Off
03
TRK FORWARD
Trunk Forward On/Off
04
LINE
CO/PBX
05
DIAL
DTFM/Dial Pulse
06-11
TOLL TYPE 1-6
Ring Plan Toll Restriction (1-6)
12-17
RING PLAN 1-6
Ring Plan Ring Destination (1-6)
18
MOH SOURCE
MOH Source
19
DISA LINE
DISA Status
DEFAULT DATA
FOLLOWS TRUNK
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 409.
Display shows:
[701] TRK STATUS
2. Enter trunk number via dial keypad (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[704] TRK STATUS
3. Enter desired option 00-19 (e.g., 01)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
[704] TRK STATUS
PORT:C1-S5-P01
PORT:C1-S5-P04
TYPE:LOOP TRUNK
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 400
MMC 401
MMC 402
MMC 403
MMC 404
MMC 406
MMC 408
MMC 410
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
TRUNK DIAL TYPE
TRUNK TOLL CLASS
TRUNK NAME
TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE
ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
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[410] ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
Allows the system to have Direct Inward System Access (DISA). Because there is a possibility that unauthorized calls will be made via this feature, several safeguards have been
added. Users must be informed of these to prevent unnecessary service calls. DISA can
lock out when a predetermined number of invalid consecutive calls are attempted. Callers
will then receive error tone until the programmable timer has expired.
CONDITIONS
y
The * key may be used to initiate new dial tone while in a station to station call.
y
The # button may be used to terminate the DISA call and disconnect the central office
line. DISA lines must be assigned to the ring plan(s).
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS: NORMAL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 410.
Display shows:
[701]
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and press
Right Soft button.
OR
Select all trunks.
OR
3. Press Volume button to select a Ring Plan (e.g. 3)
OR
Using the dial keypad, press 1 to select or 0 not to select the Ring Plan (e.g. 1 to select).
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
[704]
123456
DISA LINE:000000
123456
DISA LINE:000000
[ALL]
123456
DISA LINE:000000
[704]
123456
DISA LINE:001000
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 500
SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS
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[411] ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE
Defines the type of signalling for each E1 trunk assigned to the card. There are four kinds
of trunk as detailed below. There are three types of signalling associated with E&M and
DID. E1 channels (1-30) that are not used should have TYPE programmed as UNUSED.
Trunk
LOOP
E&M
DID
UNUSE
Signalling
Comments
BR_14301_NOT
BRAZIL, L, I, ERICSSON, 1/1914, FOR TEST
BR_14301_OPT
BRAZIL, L, I, ERICSSON, 2/1914, FOR TEST
RU_LOOP
RUSSIA, L, I/O, LOOP START
IMMEDIATE
COMMON, E/D, I/O, IMMEDIATE START
DELAYED
COMMON, E/D, I/O, DELAY
ITU_WINK
COMMON, E/D, I/O, WINK START
ITU_WINK_MPD
COMMON, E/D, I/O, WINK START WITH MPD
BR_CONTINU
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, CONTINUE
BR_PULSED
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, PULSED
BR_R2_DIGIT
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, R2 DIGITAL
BR_BLD_160
BRAZIL, E, I/O, ERICSSON, 2/1914, 14102_N
BR_BLD_157
BRAZIL, E, I/O, ERICSSON, 2/1914, 14102_O
BR_14102_NOT
BRAZIL, E, I/O, ERICSSON, 1/1914
BR_14102_OPT
BRAZIL, E, I/O, ERICSSON, 1/1914
RU_ADSE
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, PABX
RU_HARRIS_UK
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, HARRIS, PABX, UK_EM
RU_USER_ROM
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, USER ROM
AR_WINK
ARGENTINA, E/D, I/O, WINK
AR_WINK_MPD
ARGENTINA, E/D, I/O, WINK-MPD
CHINA_NO1
CHINA, E/D, I/O, NO.1 OF CHINA
POL_WINK_MPD
POLAND, E/D, I/O, POLAND WINK MPD
IMMEDIATE
COMMON, E/D, I/O, IMMEDIATE START
DELAYED
COMMON, E/D, I/O, DELAY
ITU_WINK
COMMON, E/D, I/O, WINK START
ITU_WINK_MPD
COMMON, E/D, I/O, WINK START WITH MPD
BR_CONTINU
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, CONTINUE
BR_PULSED
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, PULSED
BR_R2_DIGIT
BRAZIL, E/D, I/O, R2 DIGITAL
RU_ADSE
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, PABX
RU_HARRIS_UK
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, HARRIS, PABX, UK_EM
RU_USER_ROM
RUSSIA, E/D, I/O, USER ROM
AR_WINK
ARGENTINA, E/D, I/O, WINK
AR_WINK_MPD
ARGENTINA, E/D, I/O, WINK-MPD
CHINA_NO1
CHINA, E/D, I/O, NO.1 OF CHINA
POL_WINK_MPD
POLAND, E/D, I/O, POLAND WINK MPD
-
-
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CONDITIONS
An E1 card must be installed in the system, otherwise the message ‘NO E1 TRUNK
CARD’ is displayed.
This MMC is not currently valid in the UK/EU.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 411.
Display shows:
[701] E1 SIGNAL
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[705] E1 SIGNAL
3. Press Volume button to select trunk type and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] E1 SIGNAL
4. Press Volume button to signalling select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] E1 SIGNAL
UNUSE
UNUSE
[ALL] E1 SIGNAL
?
E&M:IMMEDIATE
E&M:ITU_WINK
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
TRUNK PROGRAMMING
MMC 400
MMC 401
MMC 402
MMC 403
MMC 404
MMC 405
MMC 406
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
TRUNK DIAL TYPE
TRUNK TOLL CLASS
TRUNK NAME
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
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MMC 407
MMC 408
MMC 409
MMC 410
MMC 411
MMC 412
MMC 413
MMC 414
MMC 415
MMC 416
MMC 417
MMC 418
MMC 419
MMC 420
MMC 421
MMC 422
MMC 423
MMC 424
MMC 426
MMC 433
MMC 434
MMC 436
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FORCED TRUNK RELEASE
ASSIGN TRUNK MOH SOURCE
TRUNK STATUS READ
ASSIGN DISA TRUNK
ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE
ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL
VMS CALL TYPE
MPD/PRS SIGNAL
REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA
ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN
E1/PRI CRC4 OPTION
BRI AND PRI CARD RESTART
BRI OPTIONS
PRI OPTIONS
MSN DIGIT
TRUNK COS
S/T MODE
BRI S0 MAPPING
TRUNK GAIN CONTROL
COST RATE
CONNECTION STATUS
TRUNK TMC GAIN
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[412] ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL
Allows the assignment of analogue DID or E & M cards for proper signalling. These trunks
can also use the translation tables in MMC 714.
No
Signalling condition type
0
IMMEDIATE START
1
DELAYED START
2
WINK START
3
NO ANSWER BACK
4
DIRECT BACK
CONDITIONS
An analogue E & M/DID Trunk card must be installed in the OfficeServ 7400 system. Otherwise, the ‘NO E & M/DID TRUNK’ message is displayed.
DEFAULT DATA
IMMEDIATE START
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 412.
Display shows:
[701] TRK SIGNAL
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[705] TRK SIGNAL
3. Enter desired trunk type selection from above list.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[705] TRK SIGNAL
IMMEDIATE START
IMMEDIATE START
[ALL] TRK SIGNAL
IMMEDIATE START
WINK START
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 416
MMC 714
ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN
DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
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[413] VMS CALL TYPE
Defines the type of signalling for voice mail assigned trunk.
Type
Description
Default
AP
ANSWERING PHONE
NO
AT
AUDIO TEX
NO
AA
AUTO ATTENDANT
YES
VM
VOICE MAIL
NO
CONDITIONS
This program applies to the SVM-800 voice mail system which is no longer supplied or
supported by Samsung.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE TABLE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 413.
Display shows:
[701] CTYPE AP:N
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 702)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[702] CTYPE AP:N
3. Enter 1 for YES, or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[702] CTYPE AP:N
AT:N AA:Y VM:N
AT:N AA:Y VM:N
AT:N AA:Y VM:N
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[414] MPD/PRS SIGNAL
Used on a per-trunk basis to define if a Trunk line is to be either a Metering Pulse Detection (MPD) or a Polarity Reversal Signal (PRS) trunk.
An MPD Trunk will detect a C.O-provided meter pulse. A Polarity Reversal trunk will detect the line reversal signal which may be provided by the Trunk Line when the other party
answers the outgoing call or the outside party clears the call.
Type
PRS 1
Description
When first PRS is detected, call duration timer is started. When second PRS is detected, call duration timer is stopped. The call is not released.
PRS 2
When first PRS is detected, call duration timer is started. When second PRS is detected, call duration timer is stopped and the call is released.
PRS 3
The call duration timer starts based on the timer. When first PRS is detected, call duration timer is stopped and call is released.
MPD
Metering Pulse Detection.
CONDITIONS
y
If the trunk is designated as PRS, the call duration timer will be started and the results
printed on the SMDR record.
y
PRS is also essential for dropping a trunk-to- trunk conversation which is unsupervised
by an internal party.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE (NORMAL)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 414.
Display shows:
[701] TRK PRS
2. Dial desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and use
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] TRK PRS
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3. Dial 0 for PRS 1, 1 for PRS 2, 2 for PRS 3, 3 for
MPD or 4 for NORMAL.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through options and
use Left or Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[705] TRK PRS
PRS 2
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC503
TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS
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[415] REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA
Allows the system administrator or technician to enable or disable the reporting of abandoned Trunk Line calls for which CLIP information has been collected on a per-trunk basis.
There are two options for this MMC:
No
0
Option
Description
REPORT: NO
Abandoned call records for incoming calls with CLIP information will not
be printed on SMDR or stored in the system call abandon list. These
records will continue to be stored in the station review list.
1
REPORT: YES
Abandoned call records for incoming calls with CLIP information will be
printed on SMDR and stored in the system call abandon list. These records will also be stored in the station review list.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS REPORT: YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 415.
Display shows:
[701] TRK ABNDN
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Use Volume button to select trunk and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] TRK ABNDN
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO
OR
Use Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[705] TRK ABNDN
REPORT:YES
REPORT:YES
REPORT:NO
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 725
SMDR OPTIONS
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[416] ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN
This MMC defines which ring destination table an E&M or DID trunk will follow
for incoming calls. There are three options for each trunk as defined below.
No
0
Option
FOLLOW INCOM DGT
Description
When a trunk is set to this option, calls will ring at the destination that matches the digits received from the Trunk line.
1
FOLLOW DID TRANS
When a trunk is set to this option, calls will ring at the destination defined in MMC 714 that matches the digits received from
the TRUNK LINE.
2
FOLLOW TRK RING
If this option is selected, press the Right Soft button and ‘NO.
RCV DIGIT’ will appear on the display. Here is where the number of incoming digits from Trunk Line must be entered (0-4).
When a trunk is set to this option, calls will ring at the destination defined in MMC 406 for that trunk. If the destination defined in MMC 406 is a VMAA port or group then the system will
repeat the digits received from the CO to the port when it answers.
CONDITIONS
R2MFC trunk lines only support the ‘FOLLOW INCOM DGT’ and ‘FOLLOW DID
TRANS’ options.
DEFAULT DATA
FOLLOW INCOMING DIGIT
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 416.
Display shows:
[701] EM/DD RING
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[705] EM/DD RING
3. Dial option number (0~2)
OR.
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to return step 2.
If FOLLOW TRK RING is selected, the
LCD display shows step 4.
[705] EM/DD RING
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[ALL] EM/DD RING
FOLLOW INCOM DGT
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4. Enter the number of incoming digits.
[705] EM/DD RING
NO. RCV DIGIT:00
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 714
DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
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[417] E1/PRI CRC4 OPTION
This option is used to enable/disable CRC4 generation and checking.
CONDITIONS
y
This is useful with some networks which do not support CRC4 framing but only
PCM30 framing.
y
After changing this option, MMC 418 must be used to restart the card to make the
change effective.
DEFAULT DATA
CRC4: ON
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 417.
Display shows:
[701] E1/PRI CRC
2. Enter first trunk number in PRI card (e.g. 701)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and use
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[701] E1/PRI CRC
3. Enter 1 for ON 0 for OFF.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button.
[701] E1/PRI CRC
ON
ON
OFF
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 418
BRI & PRI CARD RESTART
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[418] BRI AND PRI CARD RESTART
This MMC is used to restart a BRI or PRI card at the card level. This action is required to
update the processor on the BRI or PRI card with any changes in the card setup MMCs and
to put these changes into effect.
CONDITIONS
y
A BRI card or TEPRI card or TEPRI2 card must be installed in the system.
y
Before setting the PRI program, the J2 jumper of the TEPRI or TEPRI2 card must be
set ON to PRI mode.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 418.
Display shows first BRI or PRI circuit:
[725] RESTART
2. Dial first trunk on a BRI or PRI card (e.g., 733)
OR
Press Volume button to select the first trunk
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[733] RESTART
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
Pressing 1 will advance to step 4.
[733] RESTART
4. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
Pressing 1 or 0 will return to step 2.
[733] RESTART
CARD RESTART?NO
CARD RESTART?NO
CARD RESTART?YES
ARE YOU SURE?YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 419
MMC 420
MMC 423
MMC 424
BRI OPTIONS
PRI OPTIONS
S/T MODE
BRI S0 MAPPING
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[419] BRI OPTIONS
Assigns several options on a per-BRI basis. There are different options depending on
whether the BRI is programmed as a trunk or station in MMC 423.
OPTIONS FOR BRI PORTS PROGRAMMED AS TRUNKS
No
Option
0
CHANNEL ANY
Description
When this option is set to YES, the system will place calls on any free
channel of that BRI if the channel chosen by the user is busy. If set to
NO, they will receive a busy signal if they attempt to access a busy
channel even if the other channel on that BRI is free.
1
BRI MODE
BRI access mode select.
P-P NOR
Point to Point NORmal. This operates like a standard telephone line with
one CO number per channel and ring according to MMC 406.
P-P DID
Point to Point Direct Inward Dial. This operates in a similar manner to an
analogue DID circuit with multiple CO numbers pointed to a single
channel and translated within the system (MMC714) to a single device.
P-M NOR
Point to Multi-point NORmal. This type of circuit operates in a similar
manner to P-P NORmal but allows multiple devices to be attached to the
circuit. Ringing is defined in MMC 406.
P-M MSN
Point to Multi-point MSN. This setting is used when the line uses the
MSN supplementary service. Ringing is defined in MMC 421.
2
3
DLSEND
BRI dial sending mode select.
ENBLOCK
Digits will be collected and sent in a single block similar to a cellphone.
OVERLAP
Digits will be sent as they are dialled by the user.
CLIP TABLE
Used to select the Calling Party Number to send to the network. If
NONE, MMC405 TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER is sent to the network; otherwise, the Calling Party Number entry in MMC 323 corresponding with
the selected number is sent to the network.
4
NB TYPE
Used to select the type of the Calling Party Number to send to the network.
UNKNOWN
Unknown number
INT.NAT
International number
NATIONAL
National number
NETWORK
Network specific number
SUBSCRIB
Subscriber number
EXTEN
Local number
ABBREV
Abbreviated number
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Option
NB PLAN
Description
Used to select the type of the Calling Party Number Plan to send to the network.
UNKNOWN
Unknown numbering plan
ISDN
ISDN numbering plan (CCITT E.163-164)
DATA
Data numbering plan (CCITT X.121)
TELEX
Telex numbering plan (CCITT F.69)
NATIONAL
National standard numbering plan
PRIVATE
Private numbering plan
EXTEN
Local numbering plan
OPTIONS FOR BRI PORTS PROGRAMMED AS STATIONS
No
Option
0
ANY CHANNEL
Description
When this option is set to YES, the system will place calls on any free
channel of that BRI if the channel chosen by the user is busy (e.g., Preferred channel selection). If set to NO, the user will receive a busy signal
if they attempt to access a busy channel even if the other channel on
that BRI is free (e.g., Exclusive channel selection).
1
POWER FEED
This field determines if power to a BRI access will be supplied (YES or
NO)
CONDITIONS
y
A BRI card must be installed in the system. Otherwise, the ‘NO BRI CARD’ message
is displayed.
y
If any changes are made in this MMC, the BRI card that is affected by these changes
MUST be restarted using MMC 418 in order for the changes to become effective.
DEFAULT DATA
For BRI Ports programmed as Trunks:
CHANNEL ANY: YES
BRI MODE: P-P DDI
DLSEND: OVERLAP
CLIP TABLE: NONE
NB TYPE: NATIONAL
NB PLAN: ISDN
For BRI Ports programmed as Stations:
CHANNEL ANY : YES
POWER FEED : NO
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 419.
Display shows first BRI channel.
[725] BRI-TRK
2. Dial BRI trunk number (e.g., 727)
OR
Press Volume button to select BRI trunk and
press Right Soft button.
[727] BRI-TRK
3. Select option item.
OR
Press Volume button to select option item and
press Right Soft button.
[727] BRI-TRK
CHANNEL ANY:YES
CHANNEL ANY:YES
CHANNEL ANY:NO
[727] BRI-TRK
BRI MODE:P-M MSN
[727] BRI-TRK
DLSEND :OVERLAP
[727] BRI-TRK
CLIP TABLE :NONE
[727] BRI-TRK
NB TYPE:UNKNOWN
4. Select option.
OR
Press Volume button to select BRI station and
press Right Soft button.
[727] BRI-TRK
CLIP TABLE:1
5. Dial BRI station number (e.g., 729)
OR
Press Volume button to select BRI station and
press Right Soft button.
[729] BRI-STN
6. Select option item.
OR
Press Volume button to select BRI station and
press Right Soft button.
[729] BRI-STN
CHANNEL ANY:YES
7. Select option.
OR
Press Volume button to select option item and
press Right Soft button.
[729] BRI-STN
POWER FEED :YES
CHANNEL ANY:YES
[729] BRI-STN
POWER FEED :NO
8. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 323
MMC 405
MMC 418
MMC 421
MMC 423
MMC 714
CALLING PARTY NUMBER
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
BRI & PRI CARD RESTART
MSN DIGIT
S/T MODE
DID NAME AND NUMBER TRANSLATION
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[420] PRI OPTIONS
This MMC allows the technician to program a PRI trunk card.
No
Option
0
CHANNEL ANY
Description
When this option is set to YES, the system will place calls on any free
channel of that PRI if the channel chosen by the user is busy. If set to
NO, they will receive a busy signal if they attempt to access a busy
channel even if the other channel on that PRI is free.
1
PRI MODE
PRI access mode select.
NORMAL
Point to Point NORMAL. This operates like a standard telephone line
with one CO number per channel and ring according to MMC 406.
DID
Point to Point Direct Inward Dial. This operates in a similar manner to an
analogue DID circuit with multiple CO numbers pointed to a single
channel and translated within the system (MMC714) to a single device.
2
3
DLSEND
PRI dial sending mode select.
ENBLOCK
Digits will be collected and sent in a single block similar to a cellphone.
OVERLAP
Digits will be sent as they are dialled by the user.
CLIP TABLE
Used to select the Calling Party Number to send to the network. If
NONE, MMC405 CO TRUNK NUMBER is sent to the network; otherwise, the Calling Party Number entry in MMC 323 corresponding with
the selected number is sent to the network.
4
NB TYPE
Used to select the type of the Calling Party Number to send to the network.
5
UNKNOWN
Unknown number
INT.NAT
International number
NATIONAL
National number
NETWORK
Network specific number
SUBSCRIB
Subscriber number
EXTEN
Local number
ABBREV
Abbreviated number
NB PLAN
Used to select the type of the Calling Party Number Plan to send to the
network.
6
UNKNOWN
Unknown numbering plan
ISDN
ISDN numbering plan (CCITT E.163-164)
DATA
Data numbering plan (CCITT X.121)
TELEX
Telex numbering plan (CCITT F.69)
NATIONAL
National standard numbering plan
PRIVATE
Private numbering plan
EXTEN
Local numbering plan
SAME CONNID
When this option is set to OFF, ISDN port is searched by CONN ID and
if set to ON, searched by data channel id.
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CONDITIONS
y
Before setting the PRI program, the J2 jumper of the TEPRI or TEPRI2 card must be
set to ‘ON’ for PRI mode.
y
After changing this program, run MMC 418, BRI AND PRI CARD RESTART, to apply the new setting.
DEFAULT DATA
CHANNEL ANY: YES
PRI MODE: DDI
DLSEND: OVERLAP
CLIP TABLE: NONE
NB TYPE: NATIONAL
NB PLAN: ISDN
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 420.
Display shows:
[701] PRI OPTION
2. Dial first PRI trunk number in PRI card (e.g., 730)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[730] PRI OPTION
3. Enter option number.
OR
Press Volume button to select option.
[730] PRI OPTION
4. Press Volume button to make selection.
Then press Right Soft button.
[730] PRI OPTION
CHANNEL ANY:YES
CHANNEL ANY:YES
PRI MODE:DDI
PRI MODE:NORMAL
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 323
MMC 405
MMC 418
MMC 714
CALLING PARTY NUMBER
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
BRI & PRI CARD RESTART
DID NAME AND NUMBER TRANSLATION
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[421] MSN DIGIT
Provides a method of assigning an incoming MSN call to a specific station. If any entry in
the MSN DIGIT TABLE matches an incoming call’s called party number, either the specific station is alerted, if it is programmed to accept the call, or the call is cleared if it is
programmed to reject the call.
If the incoming called party number does not have a matching entry in the MSN table,
MMC 406 ringing destination is alerted or the call is optionally released.
You can give each MSN number to a specific station and you can select the call waiting option: when a destination is busy, the incoming call must be cleared or camped-on to the station (which is alerted to the call).
CONDITIONS
y
A BRI card must be installed in the system. Otherwise, the ‘NO BRI CARD’ message
is displayed.
y
For each BRI access, two adjacent ports are assigned. You need only change the value
for one of the two ports; the value for the other port will be changed automatically.
DEFAULT DATA
1-6 : NONE
CW : YES
OPT : ACCEPT
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 421.
Display shows:
[701] MSN DGT (1)
2. Enter trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through ISDN
ports and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[704] MSN DGT (1)
3. Enter the location 1-8 (e.g., 4)
OR
Press Volume button to select location and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[704] MSN DGT (4)
4. Enter digits to be translated (e.g., 4603881) via
dial keypad and press Right Soft button to move
to the destination selection (Max. Digit is 12)
[704] MSN DGT (4)
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5. Enter destinations for the six ring plans via the dial
keypad (e.g., 204 for ring plan 1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[704] MSN DGT (4)
6. Enter 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[704] MSN DGT (4)
7. Enter 1 for ACCEPT or 0 for REJECT.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[704] MSN DGT (4)
1:204
CW:NO
CW:NO
2:NONE
OPT:ACEPT
OPT:ACEPT
8. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 423
S/T MODE
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[422] TRUNK COS
Used to assign a class of service to each trunk for each of the six ring plans available.
There are 30 different classes of service that are defined in MMC 701, Assign COS Contents. Classes of service are numbered 01-30. Trunk COS applies on Tandem connections.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL RING PLANS: COS 01
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 422.
Display shows first trunk:
[701] TRK COS
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunks.
Press Right Soft button to advance to step 3.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through trunks and
press Left Soft button to advance to step 4.
OR
Select all trunks.
[705] TRK COS
3. Enter ring plan class of service (e.g., 05)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of service and press Right Soft button to advance to
step 4.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of service and press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
[705] TRK COS
4. Enter the next ring plan class of service (e.g., 05)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of service and press Right Soft button to return to
step 2.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through classes of service and press Left Soft button to return to the previous step.
[705] TRK COS
1:01
1:01
2:01
2:01
3:01
3:01
[ALL] TRK COS
1:01
1:05
1:05
2:01
2:01
2:05
3:01
3:01
03:01
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next
MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 701
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[423] S/T MODE
Allows the technician to select whether a BRI circuit is a station port or a trunk port.
No
Type
Description
0
TRUNK
The BRI trunk port used for ISDN trunk.
1
STATION
The BRI trunk port used for ISDN phone.
CONDITIONS
The BRI card must be installed in the system, otherwise the message ‘NO BRI CARD’ is
displayed.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 423.
Display shows first BRI:
[725] S/T MODE
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 727)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through BRI numbers
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all.
[727] S/T MODE
3. Enter circuit type (e.g. station).
OR
Press Volume button to select option and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[727] S/T MODE
TRUNK
TRUNK
[ALL] S/T MODE
TRUNK
STATION
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 424
MMC 418
MMC 419
MMC 421
BRI S0 MAPPING
BRI AND PRI CARD RESTART
BRI OPTIONS
MSN DIGIT
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[424] BRI S0 MAPPING
This MMC assigns an ISDN terminal number to a BRI station port.
CONDITIONS
This function can be used only when the BRI card is installed in the system.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 424.
Display shows first terminal number:
[8701]S0 MAPPING
2. Dial terminal number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection of terminal
numbers and press Right Soft button to advance
cursor.
[8704]S0 MAPPING
3. Dial BRI port number.
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through ports and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[8704]S0 MAPPING
NONE
NONE
712
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 419
MMC 423
BRI OPTIONS
S/T MODE
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[426] TRUNK GAIN CONTROL
Allows loss levels to be adjusted on a per-trunk basis. There are two adjustments available
in this MMC: ‘TX’ is the transmit level adjustment of the trunk to the station. ‘RX’ is the
receive level adjustment of the station to the trunk.
There are four types of adjustment:
No
Trunk Gain
Description
0
+0.0
No adjustment
1
+1.9
Up 1.9 dB
2
-6.0
Down 6.0 dB
3
-2.5
Down 2.5 dB
DEFAULT DATA
TX: +0.0
RX: +0.0
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 426.
Display shows:
[701] TRUNK GAIN
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
via the dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all.
[705] TRUNK GAIN
3. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] TRUNK GAIN
4. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor and
return to step 1.
[701] TRUNK GAIN
RX:+0.0
RX:+0.0
TX:+0.0
TX:+0.0
[ALL] TRUNK GAIN
RX:+0.0
RX:+0.0
RX:+0.0
TX:+0.0
TX:+0.0
TX:-2.5
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[428] ASSIGN TRUNK/TRUNK USE
This MMC is used to allow or restrict trunks from making outgoing calls to other trunks
within the same system. By default (DIAL=YES) all trunks can use other trunks. To prevent use, select NO.
DEFAULT DATA
DIAL: YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 428.
Display shows:
(301) USE (301)
2. Dial the trunk use group number (e.g., 305)
OR
Press Volume button to selection and press
Right Soft button.
OR
Select all trunk use groups.
(305) USE (301)
3. Dial the trunk use group number (e.g., 304)
OR
Press Volume button to selection and press Right
Soft button.
(305) USE (304)
4. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to select YES/NO and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
(305) USE (304)
DIAL:YES
DIAL:YES
(ALL) USE (301)
DIAL:YES
DIAL:YES
DIAL:NO
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 614
STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
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[432] SET H-TRK
Defines the type of signalling for each H- trunk assigned to the card. There are three types
of signalling associated with E&M and DID.
DEFAULT DATA
E&M
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 432.
Display shows:
[701] SET H-TRK
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[705] SET H-TRK
3. Press Volume button to select trunk type and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] SET H-TRK
E&M
E&M
[ALL] SET H-TRK
E&M
DID
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
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[433] COST RATE
In this MMC, the TRUNK COST RATE flags are entered for each trunk. DIAL PLANs are
defined in MMC 746 (Costing Dial Plan). RATE CALCULATION TABLES are defined in
MMC 749. Each trunk may be defined with up to eight cost rates. Enter one or more of the
eight COST RATES per trunk. If an entry is left blank, no call costing will be calculated for
that particular DIAL PLAN.
Call type 8 is fixed for incoming calls. Select cost rate type 8 only if you want incoming
call costing for a trunk.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL TRUNKS/ALL DIAL PLANS: ALL COST RATES ASSIGNED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 433.
Display shows trunk number and Cost Rate
table numbers:
[701]
:12345678
CR
:11111111
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 705)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and press Right
Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all.
[705]
:12345678
CR
:11111111
3. Press Volume button to move cursor along the line until
the cursor is under the Cost Rate number (e.g., 2).
Enter 1 for YES or 0 for NO and press Right Soft
button to return to step 1.
OR
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
[701]
:12345678
CR
:10111111
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 746
MMC 747
COSTING DIAL PLAN
RATE CALCULATION TABLE
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[434] CONNECTION STATUS
This read-only MMC will confirm the connection status of stations or trunks. Display
status displays the status of a station or trunk at the time requested. If a conference is in
progress with the selected trunk or station, the display will show one of the conference parties and an arrow (Æ). The technician or system administrator can then display the other
parties in the conference. If a station or trunk is in an idle state, the display will show
‘IDLE’. If the station or trunk selected is not a valid selection, the display will show ‘INVALID DATA’. If the station or trunk is made busy by the CPU, the display will show
‘MADE BUSY’. If the station is in busy state with no other connection, the display will
show ‘BUSY’ only.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
Display trunk connection status
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
DISPLAY
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter station or trunk number.
Display show connection status:
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
Display station connection status
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
702 227
702 227
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter station or trunk number.
Display show connection status.
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
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Display trunk status in conference
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
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DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter station or trunk number.
Display shows connection status:
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Press Right Soft button to display the next
station or trunks involved.
DISPLAY STATUS
4. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
Display status no connection
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
702 227 ,215 Æ
702 216
Æ
216 702 ,227 Æ
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter station or trunk number.
Display show connection status.
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
Display status no connection
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
702 NONE
702 NONE
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter invalid station or trunk number.
Display show INVALID DATA:
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
Display connection status with invalid trunk
or station number
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
INVALID DATA
201 IDLE
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter invalid station or trunk number
Display show INVALID DATA:
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3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
Display connection status with trunk or station number in maintenance busy
1. Press Transfer button and enter 434.
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
DISPLAY STATUS
201 IDLE
2. Enter station or trunk number.
Display show connection status:
DISPLAY STATUS
3. Enter another station or trunk.
OR
Press Transfer button to exit.
DISPLAY STATUS
725 MADE BUSY
725 MADE BUSY
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 108
MMC 409
STATION STATUS
TRUNK STATUS READ
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[436] TRUNK TMC GAIN
Allows loss levels of TMC for analogue trunks to be adjusted on a per-trunk basis. There
are two adjustments available in this MMC: ‘TX’ is the transmit level adjustment of the
trunk to the station. ‘RX’ is the receive level adjustment of the station to the trunk.
DEFAULT DATA
TX: +0 dB
RX: +0 dB
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 436.
Display shows:
[701] TMC GAIN
2. Enter desired trunk number (e.g., 705) via the
dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all.
[705] TMC GAIN
3. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[705] TMC GAIN
4. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor and
return to step 2.
[701] TMC GAIN
RX:+0 dB TX:+0 dB
RX:+0 dB TX:+0 dB
[ALL] TMC GAIN
RX:+0 dB TX:+0 dB
RX:+0 dB TX:+0 dB
RX:+0 dB TX:-2 dB
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[500] SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS
Used to set the values of the system counters. The counters are listed below with a brief description of each.
No
0
Counter
ALARM REM.
Default
5
CNTER
1
AUTO RDL
Description
The number of times that an alarm reminder will
ring a station before cancelling. RANGE = 1-99.
5
COUNTER
The number of times the system will redial an outside number after the auto redial feature has been
activated. RANGE = 1-99.
2
DISA CALL CNTER
99
Sets the maximum number of intercom calls that
can be made after accessing a DISA line.
RANGE = 1-99.
3
DISA LOCK CNTER
3
Number of attempts the system will allow to incorrectly access a DISA line before locking out the
DISA line. RANGE = -99
4
NEW CALL
99
COUNTER
Number of times the system will allow a user to
signal New Call on a Trunk line during one call.
RANGE = 1-99.
5
UCDS VISUAL
0
ALARM
Used to set the Visual alarm threshold. It is triggered when the number of calls waiting to be answered in the UCD group reaches this value.
RANGE = 0-25.
6
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
0
Used to set the Audio alarm threshold. It is triggered when the number of calls waiting to be answered in the UCD group reaches this value.
RANGE = 0-25.
7
UCD CS LEVEL 1
0
Provides call wait indication level 1 if number of
calls waiting to be answered in UCD group reaches
this value. RANGE = 0-25.
8
UCD CS LEVEL 2
0
Provides call wait indication level 2 if number of
calls waiting to be answered in UCD group reaches
this value. RANGE = 0-25.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 500.
Display shows:
ALARM REM.CNTER
2. Enter number from above list (e.g., 6)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
3. Enter in new value via dial keypad.
If entry is valid, system will return to step 2.
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
05Æ
00Æ
00Æ02
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[501] SYSTEM TIMERS
Allows the technician to adjust individual timers as necessary.
TIMER TABLE
Timer Name
ALARM TIME
Default
Range Unit
100
0-2500 MIN
Description
This is the time the system alarm key will start
ringing after the alarm key has been silenced.
ALERT TONE TIME
1000
100-2500
This timer sets the duration of the attention
MSEC
tone preceding a call to a phone in the Voice
Announce or Auto Answer mode. This tone
will also precede a forced Auto Answer call.
ALM REM.INTERVAL
25
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the time between ring attempts at a station when alarm reminder is
set.
ALM REM RING OFF
10
1-25 SEC
This timer controls the length of the ring cycle
duration when an alarm reminder is set at a
station.
ATT. RECALL TIME
30
0-250 SEC
This controls how long a transfer recall will
ring at a station before recalling the operator.
AUTO REDIAL INT.
30
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the time between attempts
after RETRY dialling is set on a station.
AUTO REDIAL RLS.
45
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the duration of a Ring No
Answer condition on a retry number dialled
before the auto redial is automatically cancelled.
BOOTH TIME OUT
005
0-250 MIN
(Hotel application only)
CALLBACK NO ANS
Controls the time for which a booth phone is
enabled.
30
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the time before the callback is automatically cancelled when a callback detects Ring No Answer.
CAMP ON RECALL
30
0-250 SEC
This timer controls the time a camped-on call
will stay at a destination before recalling to the
transferring station.
CID MSG RECEIVE
6
1-25 SEC
The amount of time that the system will allow
a valid message from the analogue CID trunk.
CID DSP ALLOC TM
500
000-500
Caller ID (CLI) Digital Signal Processor Alloca-
MSEC
tion timer - the length of time the DSP is incircuit to decode analogue Caller ID.
CLI DISPLAY TIME
5
1-25 SEC
The amount of time that the Caller ID information remains on the phone’s display.
CO CLEAR TIME
30
0-250 SEC
The length of time a Direct Trunk Select key
remains busy after cleardown.
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Timer Name
CO CONFIRM TIME
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Default
3
Range Unit
0-250 MIN
Description
According to MMC 314 CO CONFIRM type,
the outgoing call will be disconnected after
this timer expires or the outgoing caller will
hear the confirm tone.
CO-CO DISCONNECT
20
1-250 MIN
This timer monitors the duration of an unsupervised conference; when it expires, both
trunks are disconnected.
CONFIRM TONE TM
CRD TONE INT TM
1000
30
100-2500
The tone heard when a feature is activated or
MSEC
deactivated.
0-250 SEC
This is the call record tone interval time. An entry
other than zero will cause a tone to be heard by
all the parties in a recorded conversation. The
range for the tone is 001(every second) to 255
(every 255 seconds). A value of 000 means no
tone. Requires an SVMi card.
DIAL PASS TIME
3
0-25 SEC
This timer monitors the time before connecting the transmit of the phone to the trunk side
of an outgoing call.
DISA DISCONNECT
30
1-250 MIN
This timer controls the maximum duration of a
DISA call.
DISA LOCK OUT TM
30
1-250 MIN
This timer controls how long a DISA call is not
allowed to be made after the DISA error
counter has expired (MMC 500).
DISA NOANS DISC.
30
0-250 SEC
This timer determines when a DISA call is
disconnected by force when a called party
does not answer.
DISA PASS CHECK
30
1-250 MIN
This timer defines the period before the system clears the incorrect passcode counter.
DISA NO ACTION
10
0-250 SEC
This timer controls how long a DISA line will
wait for further action from the caller.
DISPLAY DELAY TM
2
1-250 SEC
This timer controls how long a display is
shown in the LCD and how long error tone is
heard.
DOOR LOCK RELES.
DOOR RING DETECT
DOOR RING OFF TM
500
50
30
100-2500
This timer controls how long the door lock
MSEC
relay will be activated.
10-250
This timer controls the time before a call is
MSEC
answered by the door phone.
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the duration of ringing at
the door ring destination before automatically
cancelling.
E-HOLD RECALL TM
45
0-250 SEC
This timer controls how long a call is held exclusively at a station before recalling.
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Timer Name
FIRST DIGIT TIME
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Default
10
Range Unit
1-250 SEC
Description
This timer controls how long the system will
wait for dialling to begin before dropping the
dial tone and returning the you to error tone.
HOK FLASH MAX TM
120
20-2500
This timer monitors the duration of a hook-
MSEC
switch flash to ensure that the flash is valid
and not a line noise or an accidental hookswitch bounce LONGEST duration.
HOK FLASH MIN TM
80
20-2500
This timer monitors the duration of a hook-
MSEC
switch flash to ensure that the flash is valid
and not a line noise or an accidental hookswitch bounce SHORTEST duration.
HOOK OFF TIME
HOOK ON TIME
INQUIRY RELEASE
100
200
30
20-2500
This timer controls the time before dial tone is
MSEC
sent to a single line station.
20-2500
This timer sets the minimum amount of time that
MSEC
the system will recognize as an SLT hang up.
1-250 SEC
This timer monitors the duration of the interaction of the Soft button to determine when to
return the LCD back to a normal status. This
timer affects only display phones.
INTER DIGIT TIME
10
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the grace period between
dialling valid digits before dropping the call
and returning you back to error tone.
ISDN INT DGT TM
7
1-15 SEC
This timer controls the grace period between
dialling valid digits and the end of the dialling
string on an ISDN call.
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
60
10-50 SEC
This timer controls the grace period between
programming actions while in a programming
session. The timer automatically returns the system to secure programming status.
LCR ADVANCE TIME
5
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the time before selecting
the next allowable route when a station is
allowed to route advance.
LCR INTER DIGIT
5
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the grace period between
dialling valid digits before accessing a trunk.
LONG KEY DETECT
LONG KEY REPEAT
MCL DELAY TIME
600
300
4
0-2500
This timer controls the time a key must be held
MSEC
down before the key press is repeated.
0-2500
This timer controls the time between repeated
MSEC
digits on a long key press.
0-9 SEC
This timer controls the time when the system
should start transmitting Authorisation Code
after sending MCL access code (Cable &
Wireless 131 access). Available in UK only.
MS LED ON TIME
5
1-10 SEC
This timer controls the duration a Manual Signalling key will remain on after use.
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Timer Name
OFF HOOK RING INT
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Default
15
Range Unit
1-250 SEC
Description
This timer controls the time between ring
bursts to a user who has a camped-on call.
OHVA ANSWER TIME
10
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the time allowed to answer
an OHVA call before automatic rejection.
PAGE TIME OUT
20
1-250 SEC
This timer controls the duration of a page announcement.
PAGE TONE TIME
500
100-2500
This timer controls the duration of tone burst
MSEC
heard over the page prior to the page announcement.
PARK RECALL TIME
45
0-250 SEC
This timer controls how long a call is parked
before recalling to the call park originator.
PC-MMC LOCK TIME
5
1-60 MIN
This timer monitors the PCMMC activity,
drops the link if no action is created by
PCMMC and returns the system back to secure program status.
PERI UCD REPORT
5
3-99 SEC
This timer determines the interval between
periodic UCD reports provided to an SIO port.
POWER DOWN TIME
RECALL
2000
2
500-9900
This timer monitors the power to the ROM
MSEC
pack to begin shutdown status.
1-250 MIN
This is the time an attendant recall will ring
DISCONNECT
RECALL WAIT TIME
before being disconnected.
15
0-250 SEC
This is the time any recall (hold or transfer)
continues to recall at your station before it
recalls to the operator.
ROUTE OPTIMISE
5
0-250 SEC
When a call is made via Q-SIG signalling,
route optimization is activated after this time.
SMDR START /DP
30
1-250 SEC
This grace period timer starts SMDR recording for rotary dialing.
SMDR START /DTMF
15
1-250 SEC
This grace period timer starts SMDR recording
for touchtone dialling. This timer also controls
the LCD duration timer on the phones. The duration time displayed and the SMDR time duration will be the same.
SYS HOLD RECALL
45
0-250 SEC
This timer determines the time calls can be
left on hold before recalling to the holding
station. This is a system-wide timer. Setting
the timer to 000 means that no recalling will
take place.
TRANSFER RECALL
20
0-250 SEC
This timer determines how long transferred
calls ring before recalling. This is a systemwide timer.
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Timer Name
TRK AUTOMOH DISC
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Default
60
Range Unit
1-250 SEC
Description
When set to ON, incoming trunk calls are
connected to MOH automatically after the
DISA ANSWR timer (MMC 503) expires. In
this case the caller hears MOH. If the TRK
AUTOMOH DISC timer expires before the call
is answered, the call is disconnected.
TSW CONN. DELAY
0
0-10 SEC
When an incoming trunk makes an outgoing
call to another trunk, the system connects the
voice path after this time.
UCDS AUDIO ALARM
0
0-990 SEC
When an SVMi-20 card is installed and the digital
UCD package enabled, this counter determines
the maximum number of seconds a call has been
waiting at the UCD group before the UCD
group’s SUPV key begins to flash along with an
audio alarm. For more UCD alarm conditions,
see MMC 500.
UCDS VISUAL ALARM
0
0-250 SEC
When an SVMi-20 card is installed and the
digital UCD package enabled, this counter
determines the maximum number of seconds
a call at the UCD group before the UCD
group’s SUPV key begins to flash as an
alarm. For more UCD alarm conditions, see
MMC 500.
VOIP RE-ROUTE TM
15
0-25 SEC
If an outgoing call made via a VoIP trunk does
not receive an acknowledgement message
from the called party within this time, the call
is treated as failed.
Some timers are disabled when their value is set to ‘0’.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME TIMERS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 501.
Display shows first timer value:
AA INT DGT TIME
2. Press Volume button to select timer and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
3. Enter new value using keypad; if valid, system
returns to step 2 with new value.
KMMC LOCK OUT TM
05 SECÆ
060 SECÆ
060 SECÆ250
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[502] STATION-WIDE TIMERS
Allows certain station timer values to be changed on a per-station basis or for all stations.
No
Item
0
NO ANS FWD
Description
This timer controls how long the station will ring before Forward on No
Answer takes place (1-250 sec)
1
DTMF DUR.
This timer governs the duration of DTMF digits which are transmitted to
an external VMS system port. This can be used when a VMS system fails
to recognise the default DTMF digit duration being transmitted from the
SLT port (100-9900 ms)
2
F-DGT DELY
This timer will be valuable for the system administrator to insert a suitable
delay before generating DTMF digits for In-Band integration (1009900 ms)
3
OFFHK SEL.
This timer controls the grace period before placing an internal/external call
as programmed in MMC 306 (0-250 sec)
4
EFWD DELAY
This timer controls the External Call Forward feature which will allow a
station to ring before the call is placed on external call forwarding.
(1-250 sec)
5
CC RNG DLY
If a station does not answer an incoming call within this time, other stations with a CC key for that station will ring.
CONDITIONS
NONE
DEFAULT DATA
NO ANS FWD: 015 SEC
DTMF DUR: 100 MSEC
F-DGT DELY: 600 MSEC
OFFHK SEL: 008 SEC
EFWD DELAY: 010 SEC
CC RNG DLY: 010 SEC
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 502.
Display shows:
[201] NO ANS FWD
2. Dial station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and
press Right Soft button.
OR
Select all stations and press Right Soft button.
[205] NO ANS FWD
015 SECÆ
015 SECÆ_
[ALL] NO ANS FWD
015 SECÆ_
3. Enter new value (must be three digits) via
dial keypad (e.g., 020)
System will return to step 2.
[205] NO ANS FWD
4. Dial timer number from above list (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] DTMF DUR.
5. Enter new timer value (must be four digits, e.g.,
0200)
System returns to step 2.
[205] DTMP DUR.
015 SECÆ020
0100 MS Æ_
0100 MS Æ0200
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 102
MMC 306
CALL FORWARD
HOT LINE/OFF HOOK SELECTION
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[503] TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS
Allows certain trunk timer values to be changed on a per-trunk basis or for all trunks.
It is not advisable to change these values, with the exception of trunk Flash Time,
without assistance from Technical Support.
No
Item
Description
Range
00
ANS.BAK TM
ANSWER BACK TIME. This timer is used for certain
types of E & M signalling and does not affect normal
CO lines.
0-2500 MSEC
01
CLEARING
This timer ensures that a call is fully disconnected at
the CO by preventing CO access outgoing or receiving incoming ring between a disconnect and the
expiration of this timer.
100-9900 MSEC
02
CO SUPV TM
CO SUPERVISION TIME. this is the minimum
length of loop open disconnect received from the
CO that will be seen as a valid hang up on the system.
10-2500 MSEC
03
DTMF DUR.
DTMF DURATION. This is the length of the DTMF
digits that will be sent to the CO on this line.
100-9900 MSEC
04
F-DGT DELY
First-DIGIT DELAY. This is the length of time the
system will wait for CO line conditions to stabilize
after seizure before sending DTMF digits.
100-9900 MSEC
05
FLASH TIME
This is the duration of the momentary open sent on
a circuit when FLASH key is pressed.
20-2500 MSEC
06
NO RING TM
This is the length of time the system will wait after
detecting a ring burst on a line before deciding the
call has disconnected.
1-25 SEC
07
PAUSE TIME
This is the length of time the system will wait before
sending the next digit for a pause in a speed dial
bin.
1-25 SEC
08
PRS DET TM
This means the duration of PRS signal pulse. If the
PRS signal is reversed when opposite party is answered and maintain the status before the opposite
party disconnect the call, the PRS DET TM must be
set to 0.
0-2500 MSEC
09
RNG DET TM
RING DETECT TIME. This is the minimum length of
ring signal the system will regard as a valid ring.
10-2500 MSEC
10
WINK TIME
This is the duration of the acknowledgment signal
that the system will send on an E&M circuit
100-300 MSEC
11
MF/DP INT
This is the interval between sending digit. In case of
DTMF signal, over the 500ms will be serviced as
100 ms.
100-9900 MSEC
12
MFR DLY TM
This is a delay time to allocate the MFR after incoming trunk is detected. This is to prevent the wrong
detection of DTMF signal by noise.
0-25 SEC
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Item
Description
Range
13
DISA ANSWR
This is a delay time to answer the DISA trunk call or
to answer the trunk when TRK AUTO ANSWER is
set to ON (MMC400).
0-9 SEC
14
CONN DELAY
This is the delay time to connect a voice path when
users make outgoing calls via a loop trunk. This is to
prevent users hearing noise when the loop trunk is
seized.
0-2500 MSEC
DEFAULT DATA
ANS.BAK TM: 0600 MSEC
CLEARING: 2000 MSEC
CO SUPV TM: 0400 MSEC
DTMF DUR.: 0100 MSEC
F-DGT DELY: 0600 MSEC
FLASH TIME: 0090 MSEC
NO RING TM: 04 SEC
PAUSE TIME: 03 SEC
PRS DET TM: 0000 MSEC
RNG DET TM: 0300 MSEC
WINK TIME: 200 MSEC
MF/DP INT: 0800 MSEC
MFR DLY TIME: 00 SEC
DISA ANSWR: 01 SEC
CONN DELAY: 0000 MSEC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 503.
Display shows:
[701] ANS.BAK TM
2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704)
OR
Press Volume button to select trunk and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all trunks.
[704] ANS.BAK TM
3. Dial timer number from the list.
OR
Press Volume button to select timer and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[704] DTMF DUR.
4. Enter new timer value (must be four digits, e.g., 0200)
System returns to step 2.
[704] DTMF DUR.
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0600 MS Æ_
0100 MS Æ_
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5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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[504] PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO
Allows the ability to change the value of pulses per second and the duration of the
make/break time. This will only affect rotary dial trunks.
No
Item
Description
0
MAKE/BREAK RATIO
Make/Break ratio of dial pulse (01-99)
1
PULSE PER SECOND
Number of dial pulses per second (10 or 20)
DEFAULT DATA
MAKE/BREAK: 33 MAKE
PULSES PER SECOND: 10 PPS
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 504.
Display shows:
MAKE/BREAK RATIO
2. Dial 0 or 1 for option.
OR
Press Volume button for selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
PULSE PER SECOND
3. Dial new value.
System returns to step 2.
PULSE PER SECOND
33 MAKE Æ
10 PPS Æ_
10 PPS Æ 20
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 402
TRUNK DIAL TYPE
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[505] ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
Allows the system date and time to be set. This will set the system-wide clock.
Type
Description
Range
YY
Year
00-99
MM
Month
01-12
DD
Date
01-31
W
Day
0-6 (0: SUN, 1: MON, 2: TUE, 3: WED, 4: THU, 5: FRI, 6: SAT)
HH
Hour
00-23
MM
Minute
00-59
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 505.
Display shows:
OLD:0111095:0901
2. Enter new time and date using above table.
System returns to step 2.
OLD:0111095:0901
3. Verify time and date.
Re-enter if necessary.
OLD:0111121:1445
NEW:YYMMDDW:HHMM
NEW:0111121:1445
NEW:YYMMDDW:HHMM
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 861
SYSTEM OPTIONS (AUTO UPDATE TIME)
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[506] TONE CADENCE
Provides the ability to customize the tone cadence on a system-wide basis. The system provides 11 types of tone and three types of tone provided from Central Office or a PBX system can be detected.
Please call Technical Support before changing any cadences as some systems may require default settings.
No
Item
00
BUSY TONE
01
CONFM/BARGE
Description
The called station is busy.
A feature has been successfully activated/cleared or a Barge-In with
Tone has been performed.
02
DIAL TONE
The system is ready to interpret key presses/dialled digits.
03
DND/NO MORE
The called station is in DND or has no free CALL buttons.
04
ERROR TONE
An error has been made.
05
HOLD/CAMPON
This is the system generated hold tone.
06
MSGWAT TONE
This is the tone heard at an SLT with a message waiting.
07
RGBACK TONE
The called station is ringing.
08
RING TONE
This is the tone heard from a ROP device or Loud Bell when these devices are called.
09
TRANSFER
This is the tone heard when the transfer button is pressed or an SLT
TONE
hook flashes.
10
DID RNGBACK
This is the tone heard by the outside party when they dial a DID number.
11
CO BUSY
This is used to detect the busy tone provided from Central Office or a PBX
system.
12
CO RINGBACK
This is used to detect the ring back tone provided from Central Office or
PBX system.
13
CO DIAL
This is used to detect the dial tone provided from Central Office or PBX
system.
DEFAULT DATA
(unit: milliseconds)
TONE
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
BUSY TONE
500
500
500
500
CONFIRM/BARGE-IN
200
200
200
5000
DIAL TONE
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(unit: milliseconds)
TONE
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
DND/NO MORE TONE
250
250
250
250
ERROR TONE
500
500
500
500
HOLD/CAMP-ON TONE
500
3500
500
3500
MESSAGE WAIT TONE
1000
250
1000
250
RING BACK TONE
400
200
400
2000
RING TONE
1000
3000
1000
3000
100
100
100
100
1000
3000
1000
3000
CO BUSY TONE
350
350
350
350
CO RINGBACK TONE
400
200
400
2000
TRANSFER TONE
DID RINGBACK TONE
CO DIAL TONE
CONTINUOUS
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 506.
Display shows:
BUSY TONE
2. Dial tone number from above list (00-13, e.g., 09)
OR
Press Volume button to select tone, press Left Soft
button and advance to step 3.
TRANSFER TONE
3. Dial tone option 0 for CONTINUOUS or 1 for INTERRUPT.
OR
Press Volume button to select tone control and press
Right Soft button to advance step 4.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
TRANSFER TONE
4. Dial new value for interrupt times.
(must be four digits)
Press Right Soft button advances cursor and
press Left Soft button retreats cursor.
If valid entry, system returns to step 2.
TRANSFER TONE:0100
INTERRUPT TONE
INTERRUPT TONE
INTERRUPT TONE
9900 0100 9900
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[507] ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
Use this MMC to program Ring Plans time settings. Ring Plans provide six separate ringing destinations based on day of the week and time of day. The start time within a plan is
the time the system will switch from one ringing destination to the next. The end time is the
time the system will switch from that plan to the previous plan.
An RPO (Ring Plan Override) button is not needed as the system will switch automatically;
however, it is helpful to have a dedicated button so the status can be manually changed if
needed. If a ring plan has no time entry the ring plan defaults to ring plan 1. The ring plans
correlate with all MMCs that program ring or termination destinations and station and
trunk COS.
The following example may be useful when assigning ring plan times:
RING PLAN
Start Time
End Time
(MON: 1)
ST: 0000
END: 23:59
(MON: 2)
ST: 0800
END: 2200
(MON: 3)
ST: 1000
END: 2000
(MON: 4)
ST: 1200
END: 1800
(MON: 5)
ST: 1300
END: 1600
(MON: 6)
ST: 1400
END: 1500
Using a 24-hour clock in the example above, notice that the END time is within the same
24-hour period as the START time. The system will stay in the last active Ring Plan from
the previous day until the end time which is 23:59. Monday starts Ring Plan 1 at 00:00.
The system will stay in Ring Plan 1 until Ring Plan 2 starts (08:00) and will stay in Ring
Plan 2 until Ring Plan 3 starts (10:00), and so on. As each ring Plan start it will override the
previous Ring Plan.
If a Ring Plan expires and there are no additional Ring Plans set, the system will default to
the Ring Plan with a time that extends past the expired Ring Plan time.
CONDITIONS
y
When using a Samsung built-in Voice Mail card that only has day/night mode, the
day/night must be set for each RING PLAN in MMC 758, VM DAY/NIGHT.
y
Ring Plans must be programmed in sequence (RP 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) A Ring Plan cannot
be omitted (i.e. you cannot program RP 1, 2, 5, etc.)
y
A higher numbered Ring Plan cannot have a START time which begins before a lower
numbered Ring Plan
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Ring Plan 1 is the default Ring Plan for each day. If no Ring Plan destination is
entered, the operator group is the default destination.
DEFAULT DATA
START: NONE
END: NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 507.
Display shows:
RING PLAN (SUN:1)
2. Dial day number (0-6, e.g., 3 for Weds)
OR
Press Volume button to select day.
Press Right Soft button to advance cursor to step 3.
RING PLAN (WED:1)
3. Dial ring plan number (1-6, e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select day.
Press Right Soft button to advance cursor to step 4.
RING PLAN (WED:2)
4. Dial start time (e.g., 1030)
If valid, cursor moves to end time.
Enter end time.
If valid, system returns to step 2.
Begin again.
RING PLAN (WED:1)
ST:
ST:
ST:_
END:
END:
END:
ST:1030 END:1800
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 722
MMC 723
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[508] CALL COST
Set the Call Cost attributes generated by the system during a call. This information can be
displayed on the phone during a call or as an SMDR record.
No
0
Display
UNIT COST PER MP
Description
When the system is installed to receive metering pulses
on a C. O. outgoing call. It is used for generating total call
cost by multiplying it by the number of pulses. Allows a
maximum value of 9999. (Currency is PENCE or ECENTS
depending on USE EURO option setting in MMC 210.)
1
CALL COST RATE
This generates additional call cost calculated by multiplying this rate by the original call cost. Ranges from 100 to
255.
CAUTION
Changing these values when there is a call in progress may result in an inaccurate
call cost. This facility requires the Metering Pulse Detection version of the trunk
card.
DEFAULT DATA
UNIT COST PER MP : 0200 PENCE, CALL COST RATE : 100 PERCENT
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 508.
Display shows:
UNIT COST PER MP
2. Dial 0 or 1
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right Soft
button to move cursor.
CALL COST RATE
3. Enter new value (e.g. 110)
System returns to step 2.
CALL COST RATE
0200 PENCE ¶
100 %
110 %
¶
¶
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 110
STATION ON/OFF (CALL COST OPTION)
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[510] SLI RING CADENCE
Provides the ability to customize the ring cadence for single line ports on a system-wide
basis. There are five cadences available.
Please call Technical Support before changing any cadences as some peripheral systems may require default settings.
No
Item
Description
1
STN RING
This is the cadence intercom calls will ring at.
2
TRK RING
This is the cadence trunk calls will ring at.
3
DOOR RING
This is the cadence door phone calls will ring at.
4
ALM RING
This is the cadence alarm reminder calls will ring at.
5
CBK RING
This is the cadence callbacks will ring at.
DEFAULT DATA
(unit: milliseconds)
Item
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
STN RING
1000
3000
1000
3000
TRK RING
0400
0200
0400
2000
DOOR RING
0400
0100
0400
2000
ALM RING
0400
0200
0400
3000
CBK RING
1000
4000
1000
4000
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 510.
Display shows:
1:STN RING :0400
2. Dial cadence number from above list (e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to select
Press Left Soft button and advance to step 3.
3:DOOR RING:0400
3. Dial new value for interrupt times.
(must be four digits)
Press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
Press Left Soft button to retreat cursor.
If valid entry, system returns to step 2.
3:DOOR RING:0100
0200 0400 3000
0100 0400 2000
9900 0100 9900
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[511] MSG WAITING LAMP CADENCE
This MMC defines the cadence (flash rate) of single line telephone message waiting lamps
on phones connected to systems with an MWSLI card. There are two choices for the MW
lamp cadence: continuous and interrupted.
No
Item
0
INTERRUPTED
Description
The MW lamp will flash at a rate determined by the timer settings.
The shortest ‘on’ time is 100 ms and the longest ‘on’ time is 3000 ms.
The timer is adjusted in 100 ms increments.
1
CONTINUOUS
When an MWSLI port has a message, the lamp will be lit steady.
CONDITIONS
Systems with MWSLI cards only.
DEFAULT DATA
INTERRUPT LED: 1000MS-ON 1000MS-OFF
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 511.
Display shows:
MW LAMP CADENCE
2. Press 0 or 1 to select CADENCE.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
Press Right Soft button to advance step 3.
MW LAMP CADENCE
3. Dial new values for interrupt times (four digits)
MW LAMP CADENCE
INTERRUPT LED
INTERRUPT LED
2000 2000
Press Right Soft button to move cursor back.
If valid entry, system returns to step 2.
Press Left Soft button to move cursor back.
If valid entry, system returns to step 2.
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[512] HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT
This MMC defines up to 60 holiday dates throughout the year. The system will override the
normal ring plan for these days and remain in the ring plan associated with the holiday.
Dates are entered in a month-day format: for example, July 4th would be 0704. One ring
plan applies to all holidays.
DEFAULT DATA
NO HOLIDAY ASSIGNED
FOLLOWS RING PLAN 1
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 512.
Display shows the Ring Plan:
RING PLAN
2. Press Right Soft button advance cursor.
Press Volume button to select a Ring Plan.
OR
Use the dial keypad to select a Ring Plan.(e.g., 2)
RING PLAN
3. Press Right Soft button to enter and advance cursor.
RING PLAN
FOLLOW 1
FOLLOW 2
FOLLOW 2
4. Press Volume button to scroll to assign Holiday
and press Right Soft button to advance cursor
ASSIGN HOLIDAY
5. Press Volume button to select entry and press Right
Soft button enter and advance cursor
ASSIGN HOLIDAY
6. Dial date for holiday using the dial keypad
(e.g., 0704)
ASSIGN HOLIDAY
01:
05:
05:0704
7. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 507
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
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[513] HOTEL TIMER
This MMC is where the Hotel timers for guest-rooms are set. These are system-wide timers
that affect all rooms. Refer to your Hotel documentation for more details.
No
0
Item
CHECK OUT TIME
Description
If a room is occupied after the checkout time, an additional day’s
room charge will be automatically added to the room bill. (If a
room is flagged as Occupied and HOLD then the additional day’s
room charge will not be added. Setting a room status to HOLD
allows a late checkout to be performed.)
1
ROOM CLEAN TIME
This is the time each day that the system will flag all occupied
rooms as NEEDS CLEANING.
2
CHECK IN END TM
This is used to decide if an additional day’s room charge will be automatically added to the room bill when the first Check Out Time is
reached. For example, if you set the Check In End time as 5 am, all
rooms checked in before 5 am will be automatically charged an extra
day at the Check Out Time (which might be, say, 11 am). Rooms
checked in after 5 am will not be charged extra until the next day, if still
occupied at the Check Out Time.
CONDITIONS
This function can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 513.
Display shows:
CHECK OUT TIME
2. Select the timer using the Volume buttons.
ROOM CLEAN TIME
HH:MM :
HH:MM :
3. Enter new time using 24-hour clock format
system returns to step 2.
:
:
ROOM CLEAN TIME
HH:MM : 11:30
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[514] TONE SOURCE
This program can assign an external tone source (e.g. a music source) instead of the normal
system tone (TONE) for certain calls. The tones that can be changed are:
No
Type
0
BUSY TONE
1
DIAL TONE
2
DND TONE
3
TRANSFER TONE
4
MSG WAIT TONE
5
ERROR TONE
6
RINGBACK TONE
DEFAULT DATA
TONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 514.
Display shows:
BUSY TONE
2. Enter the tone number 0-6 (e.g. 1)
OR
Press Volume button to select tone number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
DIAL TONE
3. Dial a number for external tone source (e.g. 3762)
OR
Press Volume button to select tone number and
press Right Soft button to store.
DIAL TONE
TONE
TONE
3762
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[515] DAYLIGHT ASSIGNMENT
Defines up to 10 summertime periods. The system time will automatically increase by an
hour at 2 a.m. on the assigned Start date and will automatically decrease by an hour at 3
a.m. on the assigned End date.
Dates are entered as follows:
NO=
entry number 01–10
YY=
year (last 2 digits, e.g. 05 for 2005)
START =
start date (MMDD, e.g. 0801 is 1st August)
END =
end date (MMDD, e.g. 0910 is 10th September)
For example, the entry might be:
NO : YY : START : END
01 : 05 : 3103 : 2710
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 515.
Display shows:
NO : YY : START : END
2. Dial 01–10 to select entry number (e.g. 01)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button to move cursor.
NO : YY : START : END
3. Enter dates as described above.
NO : YY : START : END
01 :
01 :_
:
:
:
:
01 : 05 : 3103 : 2710
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to save and advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 505
MMC 861
ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
SYSTEM OPTIONS (AUTO UPDATE TIME)
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[600] ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP
Used to assign an operator group for each ring plan.
DEFAULT DATA
RING PLAN 1-6: 500
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 600.
Display shows:
OPERATOR GROUP
2. Dial the ring plan number (1~6)
OR
Press Right Soft button to advance the cursor.
OPERATOR GROUP
3. Dial the group number.
OR
Press Volume button to select group and press
Right Soft button.
OPERATOR GROUP
1:500
1:500
1:501
2:500
2:500
2:500
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 601
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[601] ASSIGN STATION GROUP
This MMC is used to build all station groups. There are 40 programmable groups available.
The options for setting up these groups are as follows:
No
0
Option
TYPE
Description
This is the type of group you are creating and can be one of the following:
0 NORMAL: Used to assign stations in a ring group. The members can
be stations, common bell contacts or Ring over Page relays.
1 VMAA: Used to group a number of voice mail port extensions. These
must have been defined in MMC 207 as VMAA ports or they cannot
be entered here. Check all programming in MMC 726 to ensure that
the In band DTMF codes are properly set.
2 UCD: Used to build a UCD group. The system will support two
methods of UCD:
TYPE 1 UCD
The group OVERFLOW/N-ANS destination(see below) is defined as
an SLT port to which you must connect some type of announcement
device to play to callers while they are on hold.
Please note that this type of UCD group has the following limitations.
a) The announcement device must be able to terminate the announcement with a hook-flash and a transfer back to the UCD
group.
b) Only one caller at a time can hear the announcement.
c) Each caller connected to the announcement must hear the announcement in its entirety.
d)
It is possible that a new caller may ‘jump ahead’ in the queue if a
previous caller is currently connected to the announcement device.
TYPE 2 UCD
The group OVERFLOW/N-ANS destination(see below) is defined as
an AA port or group. This will only work if an AA card has been installed in the system.
The digital announcer in the AA card will supply two recorded announcements to callers in queue. The first announcement is played
only once, the second announcement will repeat for as long as the
caller is in queue.
This type of UCD group has the following advantages:
a)
No external device need be installed to provide an announcement.
b)
Multiple callers can hear the announcement(s) simultaneously.
c) Callers hearing the announcement will be transferred to a free
UCD group member(agent) as soon as the agent becomes
available.
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Option
TYPE (contd)
Description
d) The callers place in queue is always maintained.
Additional programming for this type of UCD group is in MMC
607. There is a maximum of 20 UCD groups available on a system due to availability of system resources.
3 AA: This is used to group a number of AA ports. An Auto Attendant(AA) card must be installed in the system to do this.
4 BI-VMS: This is the voice mail group for the Built-In Voice Mail card.
5 MESSAGE: Used to group a number of extensions to serve as a
message desk or message group. When one of the stations in this
type of group leaves a message to another station the messaged
station will return the message to the message group so any member can answer the call. If a station is a member of more than one
message group, then any message indications made by that station
would be for the first numerical message group they are a member
of. It is not recommended to program stations in to multiple station
groups.
6 S0 STN GRP: This is used to group a number of S0 stations for a
video conference.
7. VMSUCD GRP: This is used to collect UCD queuing prompts from
the SVMi-20. The group members will be the VM ports.
1
RING MODE
Each group can have one of the following ring modes. This will decide
how calls are placed to the group.
0 SEQUENTIAL: The stations listed as ‘members’ (see below) will be
called on a ‘first available’ basis. Calls will first go to the first member; if the first member is busy, calls will go to the second member; if
the second member is busy, calls will go to the third member, and so
on. This type of group is useful for placing the bulk of the incoming
calls with a selected individual, and other members only getting the
calls when that member is busy. The number of members allowed
for a sequential group is 48.
1 DISTRIBUTED: The first call will go to the first member, the second
call will go to the second member, the third call will go to the third
member. This type of group is useful for evenly distributing the call
among all group members. The number of members allowed for a
distributed group is 48.
2 UNCONDITIONAL: Calls are placed to all group members simultaneously.
This reduces the number of members of the groups to 32. If a group
member is busy, they can receive off-hook ring if defined in MMC
300. This ring mode option is not available for UCD or VMAA groups.
The SGR INC BUSY option is not available for unconditional ring
mode.
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Option
OVERFLOW
Description
This is the timer value that will cause unanswered calls to a group to
begin also ringing the NEXT PORT (see below) after this timer has
elapsed. If set to 000, no overflow will take place.
3
GROUP
This is a timer that will determine how long Trunk Line calls transferred
TRANSFER
to the group will ring at the group before recalling. If set to 000, no recall
will take place.
4
NEXT PORT
This is the station or group number that callers will also ring at if the OVERFLOW feature has been programmed. The OVERFLOW DESTINATION
can be defined as:
1 COMMON BELL There is a common bell port on each MIS card.
2 RING OVER PAGE The ROP port can be defined as the NEXT port.
3 STATION OR STATION GROUP. Any station or station group can be
defined as the NEXT port.
5
MEMBER
List all members that are to be in the group. Up to 48 members for the
system are allowed in each group, but stations can be assigned to multiple station groups
6
NEXT HUNT
The length of time a call will ring at a station before it hunts to the next
group member.
7
GROUP BUSY
When this option is set to ON, a busy signal will be sent to the caller if
all group members are busy. When this option is set to OFF, the ring
back tone is sent to the caller even if all group members are busy. UCD
is an exception to this rule. This option only works when MMC 210 SGR
INC BUSY is set to OFF. When MMC 210 SGR INC BUSY is set to ON,
all station groups will follow this setting.
8
GROUP AUTO
If set ON, stations will Auto Answer calls to the group (when ring type is
ANS
DISTRIBUTED or SEQUENTIAL)
Calls to a group do not follow the call forwarding instructions of any station in the
group.
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CONDITIONS
y
A station can be assigned to all station groups. A station group can normally accommodate up to 99 members, but only up to 32 members if the RING MODE is UNCONDITIONAL.
y
To enable off-hook ring for incoming calls to busy members, set OFFHOOK RING in
MMC 300, CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION, to ON. Even in this case, however,
the off-hook ring is enabled only when the RING MODE is UNCONDITIONAL.
DEFAULT DATA
NORMAL GROUP
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 601.
Display shows:
[501] STN.GROUP
2. Dial group number (e.g., 505)
OR
Press Volume button to select group and
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[505] STN.GROUP
3. Dial feature option number (0-7, e.g., 0)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll options and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[505] STN GROUP
4. DIAL group type (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Left Soft button to move cursor to TYPE.
[505] STN GROUP
5. Dial feature option number (0-6, e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll options and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[505] STN GROUP
6. Dial ring option (0-2, e.g., 0)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
Press Left Soft button to move cursor
back to RING or press Right Soft button to
return to step 2.
[505] STN GROUP
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TYPE:NORMAL GRP
TYPE:VMAA GROUP
TYPE:VMAA GROUP
RING:DISTRIBUTE
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7. Dial next feature option and continue.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and
press Right Soft button.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
[505] STN GROUP
RING:SEQUENTIAL
8. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 203
MMC 204
ASSIGN UA DEVICE
COMMON BELL CONTROL
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[602] STATION GROUP NAME
Allows the system administrator or technician to enter a name up to 11 characters to identify an individual station group.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 602.
Display shows:
[500] SGR NAME
2. Dial group number (e.g., 505)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Left or Right Soft button to move cursor.
[505] SGR NAME
3. Enter name.
[505] SGR NAME
TELECOMS
4. Press Left or Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 104
MMC 404
MMC 601
STATION NAME
TRUNK NAME
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[603] ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP
Allows the assignment of trunks to a specific trunk group or to several trunk groups. This is
useful in the programming of LCR when more than one trunk is to be in several dialling
plans. There are two different modes of operation: (1) sequential and (2) distribute. There
are 30 programmable trunk groups with up to 99 members per group.
One trunk can appear in more than one trunk group. If necessary, delete the trunk
member from other groups to prevent accidental access.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL LOOP/ISDN TRUNKS: 9
ALL TIE TRUNKS: 801
ALL VOIP NETWORKING TRUNKS: 803
ALL VOIP H.323 TRUNKS: 804
ALL VOIP SIP TRUNKS: 805
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 603.
Display shows:
[9]
2. Enter valid trunk group (e.g., 9)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[9]
3. Press Right Soft button to change mode.
OR
Press Volume button to change mode to member.
[9]
4. Press Right Soft button to move cursor to number
of member and enter valid member number
(e.g., 05) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[9]
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MODE:SEQUENTIAL
TRK GROUP
MODE:SEQUENTIAL
TRK GROUP
MEMBER 01:NONE
TRK GROUP
MEMBER 05:NONE
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5. Enter valid trunk number (e.g., 729)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[9]
TRK GROUP
MEMBER 01:729
6. Repeat steps 1-5 to remove trunk from group 9
if necessary.
7. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
LCR PROGRAMMING
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 712
MMC 713
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
VoIP PROGRAMMING
MMC 832
MMC 833
VoIP ACCESS CODE
VoIP IP TABLE
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[604] ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE
Allows the technician to assign a phone to any of the five internal paging zones. Each page
zone can have up to 99 members. A phone may be assigned to more than one zone. Page
zone (*) will page all external page zones as well as all phones that are members of page
zone 0.
DEFAULT DATA
NO STATIONS ASSIGNED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 604.
Display shows:
INT.PAGE ZONE(0)
2. Enter the page zone number (0-4, e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
INT.PAGE ZONE(3)
3. Enter index number (e.g., 05) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
INT.PAGE ZONE(3)
4. Enter station number (e.g., 205) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
INT.PAGE ZONE(3)
MEMBER 01:NONE
MEMBER 01:NONE
MEMBER 05:NONE
MEMBER 05:205
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[605] ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE
Determines which relays will close when one of the four external page zones is accessed.
The OfficeServ 7400 system must be equipped with a MIS daughterboard to
allow external paging.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 605.
Display shows first page zone:
EXT. PAGE ZONE(5)
2. Dial page zone number (e.g., 6)
OR
Use Volume button to select desired page zone numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
EXT. PAGE ZONE(6)
3. Dial member number (e.g., 3)
OR
Use Volume button to select member numbers
and press Right Soft button to move the cursor.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2 above.
EXT. PAGE ZONE(6)
4. Dial relay number via dial keypad (e.g., 3751)
and press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3 above.
EXT. PAGE ZONE(6)
MEMBER 1 :NONE
MEMBER 1 :NONE
MEMBER 3 :NONE
MEMBER 3 :3751
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[606] ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
Provides a means of adding or deleting speed dial blocks to the system or an individual
phone. With the ability to delete a block or blocks of speed dial, it will not be necessary to
waste these on such items as voice mail, DPIMs or stations that do not require the ability to
use speed dial. The Free List will show how many bins are left to be assigned.
A library of up to 2500 speed dial numbers may be allocated as needed. The system list can
have up to 500 numbers (or 950 numbers if set in MMC 861 SYSTEM OPTIONS) and
each station can have up to 50 numbers. Speed dial numbers are assigned in blocks of 10.
Each speed number may contain up to 24 digits.
DEFAULT DATA
SYSTEM: 200 ENTRIES
STATIONS: 1 BLOCK ASSIGNED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 606.
Display shows:
FREE LIST:20
2. Press Right Soft button to advance to next line.
OR
FREE LIST:20
You can view BUSY LIST using Volume button.
SYSTEM:20
SYSTEM:20
BUSY LIST:180
SYSTEM:20
3. Make a selection of SYSTEM or EXT using Volume
button and press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
FREE LIST:20
4. Enter desired extension number via dial keypad.
(e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
FREE LIST:20
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EXT205:1
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5. Enter valid number for bins.
(e.g., 0-5 for EXT or 00-50 for SYSTEM)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
OR
Press Hold button to delete bin(s).
FREE LIST:20
EXT205:5
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 105
MMC 106
MMC 705
MMC 706
STATION SPEED DIAL
STATION SPEED DIAL NAME
ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
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[607] UCD OPTIONS
Sets up UCD options when an AA card has been installed. MMC 601 must have already
been used to define a UCD group with an overflow destination of an AA port or group.
(A group is preferred over a port because a group allows multiple paths into the AA card
and therefore has greater traffic handling capabilities.) When the group overflow timer in
MMC 601 expires, the caller will be routed to the AA card. It is here that the caller is
played the UCD ‘FIRST MESSAGE’ and ‘SECOND MESSAGE’ while in queue. This will
continue until an agent becomes free or the caller is transferred to a final destination.
The following program options apply:
No
00
Option
FIRST MESSAGE
Description
After the caller has overflowed from the UCD group, the first
message will immediately play.
This message will only be played once for the caller.
01
SECOND MESSAGE
If no agent has become free after the UCD recall time(see UCD
Recall Time), the caller will be played the second message.
This message will be repeated for as long as the caller is in
queue, at an interval specified in the UCD Recall timer below.
02
EXIT CODE
While the caller is hearing a message (but not during MOH),
the caller may dial the DTMF digit specified here and be transferred immediately to the final destination (see Final Destination).
The exit code is optional and does not need to be used. If used,
the first and second messages may be modified to provide instructions on its use.
03
RETRY COUNT
The UCD program is designed to route a caller to a ‘final destination’ after a programmable number of ‘loops’ through the UCD
message. The range of this counter is 0 to 99. 00 means that
there is no retry counter and the caller will remain in the UCD
queue until answered. Any non zero value will route a caller
through the UCD loop that many times before going to the final
destination. The UCD will route calls to the final destination immediately if all members of the group are either out of group or in
DND.
Example: If this counter is set to 02, callers reaching a busy
group will hear the first UCD message, be placed on hold, hear
the second UCD message, be placed on hold, and finally hear
the second message again before being transferred to the final
destination.
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No
Option
04
FINAL DESTINATION
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Description
This is the final destination for the caller if not answered by a
UCD agent.
This destination is only reached if (a) the caller dials an exit digit
during a message or (b) the retry count has expired. The final
destination can be a station number, a group number, a disconnect or another plan. Plans are entered by pressing button ‘A’
plus two digits 01-12. A disconnect is entered as a destination of
NONE (Hold button).
If the final destination is a voice mail port, the port will receive a
FWD from UCD group integration message. The final destination
will forward or overflow.
If the forward to destination is a voice mail port the port will receive FWD from UCD group integration message. If the final destination is not forwarded, the call will ring or camp on to the final
destination indefinitely.
To ensure that you do not get a situation where all the call buttons are busy on the final destination it is advisable to make the
final destination a group (even if the group has only one station in
it.)
05
RING NEXT TIME
This timer must be shorter than the overflow timer in MMC 601.
If a higher value is entered, the display will show invalid entry. In
the case where a UCD group has the ring next timer set at 000,
an unanswered call will rotate evenly among all agents until it is
answered. The UCD greetings will be heard during this routing
process, but can be removed by defining the UCD messages in
MMC 607 as unrecorded message numbers. This will simulate a
circular hunt group.
06
UCD RECALL TIME
After a caller has heard a UCD announcement, they will be
placed on hold until an agent becomes available or the UCD recall timer expires. When the UCD recall timer expires, the caller
will again hear the UCD announcement. The range is
00-99. The default is 10.
07
MOH SOURCE
This option determines what Music-On-Hold source callers will
be connected to between messages.
08
WRAP-UP TIME
This option will make a UCD agent unavailable to receive additional UCD calls after hanging up from the last one. This is to
allow agents to complete work associated with the previous call
before the next call begins ringing. The range is 000-250. The
default is 010.
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Option
AUTO LOG OUT
Description
This YES/NO option determines if a station will automatically log
out of the UCD group when the RING NEXT timer expires.
This setting will be ignored if the RING NEXT timer is set to 000.
10
ALLOUTÆFINAL
This YES/NO option determines if calls forward to the UCD final
destination when all stations are logged out of the UCD group.
If no UCD final destination is assigned then the call will disconnect.
11
AGENT PIN NO
This YES/NO option determines if an agent is required to enter
an Agent ID when logging on to this group. The Agent ID can be
entered in MMC 717.
12
GROUP BUSY NEXT
This YES/NO option determines if all agents are busy, specifies
whether the next port is called immediately during overflow time.
DEFAULT DATA
FIRST MSG: 61
SECOND MSG: 62
EXIT CODE: NONE
RETRY COUNT: 03
FINAL DEST: 500
RING NEXT: 30 SEC
UCD RECALL: 10 SEC
MOH SOURCE: NONE
WRAP-UP: 10 SEC
AUTO LOG OUT: ON
ALL OUT TO FINAL: OFF
AGENT PIN NO: OFF
GROUP BUSY NEXT: OFF
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 607.
Display shows:
[530] UCD OPTION
2. Press Volume button to select UCD group or dial
group number.
OR
Press Left Soft button to position cursor under
message number and enter new message.
OR
Press Right Soft button and advance to next option
using the Volume buttons to select an option.
[542] UCD OPTION
3. Press Right Soft button and advance to next option.
Use the Volume buttons to make a selection.
OR
Make a selection using the dial keypad.
[530] UCD OPTION
4. Press Left Soft button to enter the selection and
to return to step 1.
OR
Press Right Soft button to return to step 3.
[530] UCD OPTION
FIRST MSG
FIRST MSG
:61
:61
[530] UCD OPTION
FIRST MSG
:25
[530] UCD GROUP
UCD RECALL:10 SEC
UCD RECALL:10 SEC
EXIT CODE
:NONE
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 601
ASSIGN STATION GROUP
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[608] ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
Provides a means of adding or deleting CID review blocks to an individual phone. With the
ability to delete a block or blocks of CID review, it will not be necessary to waste these on
items such as voice mail and DPIMs or phones that do not have displays. The free list will
show how many bins are left to be assigned. The system has 2500 total bins. Each phone
may be assigned a maximum of 50 bins.
DEFAULT DATA
PHONES: 10 BINS
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 608.
Display shows first station:
[201] REVIEW BLK
2. Enter desired EXT number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[205] REVW BLOCK
3. Enter valid number for bins (e.g., 50)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
OR
Press Hold button to delete bin(s).
[205] REVW BLOCK
10:0060 FREE
10:0060 FREE
50:0010 FREE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 119
MMC 312
MMC 725
CALLER ID DISPLAY
ALLOW CALLER ID
SMDR OPTIONS
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[609] CALL LOG BLOCK
Provides a means of adding or deleting Call Log blocks for an individual phone. With the
ability to delete blocks it will not be necessary to waste these on items such as voice mail
and DPIMs or phones that do not have displays. The free list will show how many bins are
left to be assigned. The system has 2500 total bins. Each phone may be assigned a maximum of 50 bins.
DEFAULT DATA
PHONES: 10 BINS
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 609.
Display shows first station:
[201] LOG BLOCK
2. Enter desired EXT number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[205] LOG BLOCK
3. Enter valid number for bins (e.g., 50)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
OR
Press Hold button to delete bin(s).
[205] LOG BLOCK
10:0070 FREE
10:0070 FREE
50:0030 FREE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[611] ALLOW TEXT MESSAGING
This program allows stations to send text messages to other stations if they are busy or during an OHVA. Up to 100 stations can be allowed text messaging.
DEFAULT DATA
y
y
NOT USED (no text messaging allowed)
ITP-5012L (Large LCD) keysets are automatically set to USED (text messaging allowed)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 611.
Display shows:
[201] TMSG STN
2. Enter the number of a station.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[202] TMSG STN
3. Specify whether text messaging will be used or not.
[202] TMSG STN
NOT USED:100 FREE
NOT USED:100 FREE
USED
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 117
EDIT TEXT MESSAGE
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[612] ALLOW GROUP CONFERENCE
This program allows a station to use the Group Conference call feature. Up to 100 stations
can be allowed this feature. Each allowed station can have up to five pre-programmed conference groups.
CONDITIONS
This feature is only for Large LCD phones (e.g. ITP-5012L, DS-5012L, WIP-5000M).
DEFAULT DATA
Large LCD phones are automatically set to allow this feature (USED).
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 612.
Display shows:
[201] CONF STN
2. Enter the number of a station.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
[202] CONF STN
3. Specify whether Group Conference feature can be
used or not.
[205] CONF STN
NOT USED:100 FREE
NOT USED :100 FREE
USED
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 118
CONFERENCE GROUP
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[614] STATION/TRUNK USE GROUP
This program allows you to assign stations to station use groups and trunks to trunk use
groups. This is useful if you want to restrict calling between stations, outgoing calls
through a trunk lines, or call answering.
CONDITIONS
Station use groups are numbered from 001 to 300, and trunk use groups from 301 to 500.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL STATIONS: 001
ALL TRUNKS: 301
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 614.
Display shows first station:
STATION GROUP
2. Enter 0 if you want to set a station group.
Enter 1 if user want to set a trunk group.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
TRUNK GROUP
3. Enter number of station/trunk.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
TRUNK GROUP
4. Enter the number of the use group
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
TRUNK GROUP
201
701
702
702
:001
:301
:301
:302
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 304
MMC 317
MMC 428
ASSIGN EXTENSION/TRUNK USE
ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE
ASSIGN TRUNK/TRUNK USE
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[615] MGI GROUP
This program assigns designated MGI ports to specific services. This allows ‘grading’ of
MGI card(s) for traffic conditions. The MGI ports can be segregated into groups. Any entries made here may be ineffective if conflicting entries exist in MMC 616.
No
0
Type
LOCAL ITP
Description
This determines what MGI ports can be used with ITP phones across a
private IP network
1
PUB IP ITP
This determines what MGI ports can be used with ITP phones on a public IP network.
2
VOIP NTWK
This determines what MGI ports can be used for enhanced proprietary
Samsung VoIP networking between OfficeServ 7400 systems across a
private IP network.
3
PUB IP NTWK
This determines what MGI ports can be used for enhanced proprietary
Samsung VoIP networking between OfficeServ 7400 systems on a public IP network
4
VOIP TRUNK
This determines what MGI ports can be used as industry-standard
H.323 or SIP VoIP trunks for communications across a private network
5
PUB IP TRK
This determines what MGI ports can be used as industry-standard
H.323 or SIP VoIP trunks for communications on a public network
6
MGI3 NEEDED
This determines what MGI ports can be used for T.38 facsimile communications across a private network.
7
PUB IP MGI3
This determines what MGI ports can be used for T.38 facsimile communications on a public network.
8
ITP PAGED
This determines what MGI ports can be used with station page to ITP
phones across a private IP network
The MGI ports have two selection modes: Sequential or Distributed. The members for each
selection are the actual ports on the MGI card(s).
DEFAULT DATA
LOCAL ITP: MGI1, MGI2, MGI3
PUB IP ITP: MGI2, MGI3
VOIP NTWK: MGI2, MGI3
PUB IP NTWK: MGI2, MGI3
VOIP TRUNK: MGI2, MGI3
PUB IP TRK: MGI2, MGI3
MGI3 NEEDED: MGI3
PUB IP MGI3: MGI3
ITP PAGED: MGI1, MGI2, MGI3
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 615.
Display shows the first available option:
USER: LOCAL ITP
2. Press Volume button to select an user type.
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
USER: LOCAL ITP
3. Press Volume button to select an option and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
USER: LOCAL ITP
4. Press Volume button to select and press Right
Soft button to store data and return to step 1.
USER: LOCAL ITP
MODE:SEQUENTIAL
MODE:SEQUENTIAL
MODE:SEQUENTIAL
MODE:SEQUENTIAL
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[616] MGI USER
This program selects which specific MGI ports will be dedicated on a per-port basis for IP
station/trunk devices. If this MMC is not used, allocation of MGI ports will be controlled
by MMC 615. By defining dedicated MGI port usage, the IP station/trunk selected will always use the port programmed. MGI ports can be assigned for digital stations
(2XX~2XXX), private and public ITP stations (32XX), VoIP Networking trunks (83XX),
H.323 trunks (84XX), SIP trunks (85XX) and MGI3 facsimile. Only one assignment per
MGI port is permitted. Any entries made here will override entries made in MMC 615.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 616.
Display shows the first available option:
[3801] MGI USER
2. Enter MGI dial number.
OR
Press Volume button to select an MGI port and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3801] MGI USER
3. Enter MGI user dial number.
OR
Press Volume button to select an MGI user and
press Right Soft button to store and move cursor.
[3801] MGI USER
NONE
NONE
NONE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[700] COPY COS CONTENTS
This MMC allows the technician to duplicate classes of service.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
PROGRAM BUTTONS
‘F’ KEY
Used to advance to MMC 701
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 700.
Display shows:
COPY COS ITEMS
2. Dial selected COS to copy (e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to select COS and press.
Right Soft button to move cursor and advance
to next step.
COPY COS ITEMS
3. Dial target COS (e.g., 06)
OR
Press Volume button to select COS and press
Right Soft button to move cursor back to step 2.
COPY COS ITEMS
4. Press F key to advance MMC 701 and press
Right Soft to advance cursor.
COS CONTENTS(06)
COS01ÆCOS01
COS05ÆCOS01
COS05ÆCOS06
TOLL LEVEL:A
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 701
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[701] ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
Similar to MMC 700 but does not allow a copy command. This MMC is primarily used for
creating a new class of service (COS). A maximum of 30 classes of service are allowed.
NOTE: If the ‘unsupervised conference’ feature is enabled, a programmed CONF key must be available on phones to allow re-entry into a conference call.
This MMC is divided into 5 categories.
No
0
1
Category
TOLL LEVEL
USABLE FEATURE
Description
TOLL
LEVEL
0
A
Follow toll class A (Unrestricted)
1
B
Follow toll class B in MMC 702, 703
2
C
Follow toll class C in MMC 702, 703
3
D
Follow toll class D in MMC 702, 703
4
E
Follow toll class E in MMC 702, 703
5
F
Follow toll class F in MMC 702, 703
6
G
Follow toll class G in MMC 702, 703
7
H
Follow toll class H (All restricted)
No
COS
Default
Description
00
AA CALER
YES
Auto answer control by caller
01
ABSENCE
YES
Absence
02
ALM CLR
YES
Alarm Clear
03
AUTO RDL
YES
Retry on busy
04
CALLBACK
YES
Callback
05
CLIP ABN
YES
Caller ID Abandon
06
CLIP INQ
YES
Caller ID Inquire
07
CLIP INV
YES
Caller ID Investigate
08
CONFER.
YES
Conference
09
DALM CLR
YES
DISA alarm ring clear
10
DIRECT.
YES
Directory dial
11
DISA
YES
Allow DISA use
12
DND
YES
Do Not Disturb
13
DND FWRD
YES
Forward Do Not Disturb
14
DND OVRD
NO
Do Not Disturb Override
15
DOOR
YES
Door ring answer
16
DSS
YES
Direct station select
17
DTS
YES
Direct trunk select
18
EXT AREC
NO
Intercom call automatic record
(SVM-800)
19
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YES
External call forward
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Category
USABLE FEATURE
Description
No
COS
Default
Description
20
FEATURE
YES
Transfer button
21
FLASH
YES
Trunk flash
22
FOLLOW-ME
YES
Call forward-follow me
23
FORWARD
YES
Call forwarding
24
FWDTOVMS
YES
Call forward to SVM-800
25
GRP I/O
YES
Group in/out
26
HOLD
YES
Hold
27
HOTLINE
YES
Hot line and Off-hook selection
28
INTERCOM
YES
Intercom call
30
MESSAGE
YES
Message
31
MM PAGE
YES
Meet me page
32
NEW CALL
YES
New call
33
OHVAED
YES
Receive Off-hook voice announcement
34
OHVAING
YES
Make Off-hook voice announcement
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ONEA2
YES
1A2 emulation
36
OPERATOR
YES
Call to Operator
37
OUT TRSF
YES
Outgoing transfer
38
OVERRIDE
NO
Barge-In
39
PAGE 0
YES
Page zone 0 Paging
40
PAGE 1
YES
Page zone 1 Paging
41
PAGE 2
YES
Page zone 2 Paging
42
PAGE 3
YES
Page zone 3 Paging
43
PAGE 4
YES
Page zone 4 Paging
44
PAGE 5
YES
Page zone 5 Paging
45
PAGE 6
YES
Page zone 6 Paging
46
PAGE 7
YES
Page zone 7 Paging
47
PAGE 8
YES
Page zone 8 Paging
48
PAGE 9
YES
Page zone 9 Paging
49
PAGE *
YES
Page zone * Paging
51
PICKUP
YES
Call pickup
52
PRB
YES
Privacy Release and Bridge
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Category
USABLE FEATURE
Description
No
COS
Default
Description
53
REM. HOLD
YES
Remote Hold
54
RNG PLAN
YES
Ring Mode Change
55
SECURE
YES
Barge-In secure
56
SET RLOC
NO
Set Relocation
57
SSPD TOL
YES
System Speed dial toll check
58
STN LOCK
YES
Station Lock
59
SYS SPD
YES
System Speed dial
60
TRK AREC
NO
Trunk call automatic record
(SVM-800)
61
TRK EHLD
YES
Trunk call exclusive hold
62
UNCO CNF
YES
Unsupervised Conference
63
VM AREC
NO
Auto Record (SVMi)
64
VM AME
NO
Answer Machine Emulation
(SVMi)
2
CALL STATION
65
VM REC
NO
Call Record (SVMi)
66
VMS PSWD
NO
VMS password (SVM-800)
67
VMS REC
NO
VMS Call Record (SVM-800)
STN GROUP 01-80
YES
Station group 01~80 calling
TRK GROUP 01-30
YES
Trunk group 01~30 calling
BIVMS STN 01-16
YES
SVMi port 01~16 calling
GROUP
3
CALL TRUNK
GROUP
4
CALL TO
BIVMS STN (SVMi).
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 701.
Display shows:
COS CONTENTS(01)
2. Dial COS (e.g., 06)
OR
Press Volume button to select COS number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
COS CONTENTS(06)
3. Dial COS contents categories.
(e.g., 1 for Usable Features)
OR
Press Volume button to select COS categories and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
COS CONTENTS(06)
4. Dial COS usable feature option (e.g., 12)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
COS CONTENTS(06)
5. Dial 0 for NO or 1 for YES.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and
press Right Soft button to return to step 4.
COS CONTENTS(06)
TOLL LEVEL:A
TOLL LEVEL:A
00:AA CALER :YES
12:DND
12:DND
:YES
:NO
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 700
COPY COS CONTENTS
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[702] TOLL DENY TABLE
Provides a way to make toll restriction (call barring) very easy and flexible. There are 500
entries allowed in the deny table and each entry index can be assigned to a class of service.
Each index can have up to 12 digits. With the use of wild cards (MMC 704, Assign Wild
Character), more flexibility can be built into toll restriction. Wild cards can be used repeatedly in the dial string, limited only to what is allowed or denied in MMC 704.
Six toll levels, B to G, are programmable. Toll level A is set as ‘unrestricted’ by default and
toll level H is set as ‘in-house only’ by default.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL ENTRIES ARE SET TO 0
PROGRAM BUTTONS
A
B
C
Used to enter wild card X
Used to enter wild card Y
Used to enter wild card Z
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 702.
Display shows:
DENY(001):BCDEFG
2. Dial index number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to select index and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
DENY(005):BCDEFG
3. Enter toll pattern via dial keypad (e.g., 212)
DENY(005):BCDEFG
:000000
:000000
212
OR
Enter wild card (e.g., 21X) and press Right Soft button to move cursor to COS options.
4. Press Volume button to move cursor along line until
under toll class mark.(e.g., E).
Enter a 1 for “Yes” or 0 for “No”.
Press Right Soft button to store and return to step 1
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
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DENY(005):BCDEFG
21X
:000000
DENY(001):BCDEFG
212
:000100
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5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 703
MMC 704
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
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[703] TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
Provides a way to make toll restriction very easy and flexible. There are 250 allowable entries in the allow table for an OfficeServ 7400-main system and 500 allowable entries for
an OfficeServ 7400-extended system and each entry index can be assigned to a class of
service. Each index can have up to 12 digits. With the use of wild cards (MMC 704, Assign
Wild Character), more flexibility can be built into toll restriction. Six toll levels, B to G, are
programmable. Toll level A is set as ‘unrestricted’ by default, and toll level H is set as ‘inhouse only’ by default.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL ENTRIES ARE SET TO 0
PROGRAM BUTTONS
A
B
C
Used to enter wild card X
Used to enter wild card Y
Used to enter wild card Z
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 702.
Display shows:
ALOW(001):BCDEFG
2. Dial index number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to select index and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ALOW(005):BCDEFG
3. Enter toll pattern via dial pad.(e.g., 202)
ALOW(005):BCDEFG
:000000
:000000
202
OR
Enter wild card (e.g., 20X) and press Right Soft
button to move cursor to COS options.
4. Press Volume button to move cursor along line
until under toll class mark.(e.g., E).
Enter a 1 for “Yes” or 0 for “No”.
Press Right Soft button to store and return to step 1.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
:000000
ALOW(005):BCDEFG
20X
:000000
ALOW(001):BCDEFG
202
:000100
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 702
MMC 704
TOLL DENY TABLE
ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
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[704] ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
Provides flexibility to toll restriction (call barring) when a specific numbering plan is desired. There are only three entry tables but more than one digit can be assigned per table if
needed.
DEFAULT DATA
X ENTRIES SET TO 1
Y AND Z ENTRIES SET TO 0
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 704.
Display shows:
2. Press Volume button to select X, Y, or Z (e.g., Z)
and press Right Soft button to advance cursor to
option line.
3. Press Volume button to move cursor to option
digit desired (e.g., 5) and enter 1 (put under other
digits as required)
Press Left Soft button to return to step 2.
OR
Press Right Soft button to return to step 1.
:0123456789*#
X:111111111111
:0123456789*#
Z:000000000000
:0123456789*#
Z:000001000000
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 702
MMC 703
TOLL DENY TABLE
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
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[705] ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
Enables the assignment of system speed dialling numbers. There are up to 500 entries
available for programming (or 950 entries if set in MMC 861 SYSTEM OPTIONS). Each
speed dial number consists of a trunk or trunk group access code followed by a separator
and up to 24 digits to be dialled. These dialled digits may consist of 0-9, and #. If the system recognizes a valid trunk or trunk group access number, it will automatically insert the
separator.
NOTE: If 500 entries are allowed, the bin numbers are 500-999; if 950 entries are allowed,
the bin numbers are 050-999.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
PROGRAM BUTTONS
B
C
D
E
F
ANS/RLS
Used to insert a flash code ‘F’
Used to insert a pause code ‘P’
Used to insert a pulse/tone conversion code ‘C’
Used to mask/unmask following digits-shows as ‘[’ or ‘]’
Used to enter name for speed dial bin (see MMC 706)
Used to save the speed dial number and name to the CID translation
table (MMC 728).
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 705.
Display shows:
SYS SPEED DIAL
2. Dial speed index desired (e.g., 505)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYS SPEED DIAL
3. Enter access code (e.g., 9) plus the phone
number up to 24 digits (digits will scroll under)
and press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
SYS SPEED DIAL
4. Press F key to toggle to MMC 706 step 3 to enter
name.
SYS SPEED NAME
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505:
505:9–121223456789
505:
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5. If you want to save the speed dial number and name
to the CID translation table (MMC 728),
press the ANS/RLS button and dial 1 for YES.
(The speed dial name must exist)
SYS SPEED DIAL
ADD CLI XLT ?NO
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 606
MMC 706
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
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[706] SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
Allows a name up to 11 characters to be entered for each system speed dial location.
This name enables the speed dial number to be located when using the directory dial feature.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NO NAMES
PROGRAM BUTTONS
ANS/RLS
Used to save the speed dial number and name to the CID translation
table (MMC 728).
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 706.
Display shows:
SYS SPEED NAME
2. Dial system speed entry number (e.g., 505)
OR
Press Volume button to select entry number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYS SPEED NAME
3. Enter name using dial keypad and press Right Soft
button to return to step 2.
OR
Press the F key to return to MMC 705, step 3.
SYS SPEED NAME
500:
505:
505:TELECOMS
SYS SPEED DIAL
505:
4. If you want to save the speed dial number and name
data to the CLI translation table (MMC 728),
press ANS/RLS button and dial 1 for YES.
(The speed dial number must exist)
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5. Press Right Soft button to return to step 2 above.
OR
Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 606
MMC 705
ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK
ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
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[707] AUTHORIZATION CODE
Enables the authorization feature on a per-class of service selection. There are 500 available entries. Authorization codes must be 4-10 digits long.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 707.
Display shows:
AUTHOR.CODE(001)
2. Dial code index number.(e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to selected index number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AUTHOR.CODE(005)
3. Enter authorization code (minimum of four digits and
a maximum of 10 digits) via dial keypad
(e.g., 1234567890) and press Right Soft button to
move cursor.
AUTHOR.CODE(005)
4. Enter class of service number 01-30 (e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to select COS and press Right
Soft button to select and return to step 2.
AUTHOR.CODE(005)
C:01
C:01
1234567890
1234567890
C:01
C:05
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 305
MMC 701
ASSIGN FORCED CODE
ASSIGN COS CONTENTS
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[708] ACCOUNT CODE
Enables the account code entry feature. There are 999 available entries.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 708.
Display shows:
ACCOUNT CODE
2. Dial code index number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to selected index number
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ACCOUNT CODE
3. Enter account code (maximum 12 digits) via
dial keypad (e.g., 1234) and press Right Soft button
to move cursor back to step 2.
ACCOUNT CODE
001:
005:
005:1234
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 305
ASSIGN FORCED CODE
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[709] TOLL PASS CODE/SPECIAL CODE TABLE
This MMC provides a means to program trunk code tables as described below.
No
0
Special Code
PBX CODE
Description
This table contains up to five entries and is used to identify the
trunk access codes needed for toll restriction when the system
is used with either a PBX or a CENTREX-supplied dial tone. Toll
restriction will only be applied on trunks flagged as PBX in MMC
401 if a trunk access code entered in this table is dialled. Toll
restriction will be applied to the digits following the trunk access
code.
1
SPECIAL CODE
This table identifies the special feature codes used to activate
central office custom-calling features such as CID Block and
Call Waiting Disable. The special feature codes can be used on
a per-call basis without affecting LCR or toll restriction programming. There is a maximum of 10 entries available, each of
which may be up to four digits long.
2
TOLL OVERRIDE
This table of eight entries is used to identify the numbers that
will bypass all dialling restrictions. This bypass includes toll restriction, trunk access and forced authorization or account
codes. Each entry in the table can be up to 14 digits long.
3
OVRD USE TRK GRP
This entry designates the trunk group that toll override calls will
access.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 709.
Display shows:
PBX ACCESS CODE
2. Select PBX, SPECIAL CODE, TOLL OVERRIDE
or OVRD USE TRK GRP.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TOLL OVERRIDE
3. Enter index number (e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TOLL OVERRIDE
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4. Enter via dial keypad the desired access /
feature code (e.g., 911)
Press Right Soft button to enter and return
to step 3 and enter more entries.
TOLL OVERRIDE
3:911
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 401
MMC 702
MMC 703
MMC 305
TRUNK LINE/PBX LINE
TOLL DENY TABLE
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
ASSIGN FORCED CODE
TOLL RESTRICTION
MMC 702
MMC 703
MMC 704
TOLL DENY TABLE
TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE
ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER
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[710] LCR DIGIT TABLE
The LCR DIGIT TABLE contains all numerical digits for the completion of outgoing call
placement. This table works in conjunction with LCR ROUTE TABLE, LCR TIME TABLE and LCR MODIFY DIGITS TABLE. There is a maximum 2000 entries with a digit
string length of 10 numerical digits. This system automatically maintains entered digit
strings in numerical order. The characters * and # are also accepted for use with feature
codes.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 710.
Display shows:
LCR DIGIT (0001)
2. Dial LCR entry (e.g., 0005)
OR
Press Volume button to select entry and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR DIGIT (0005)
3. Enter LCR digit string via the dial keypad and
press Right Soft button.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 1.
LCR DIGIT (0005)
4. Enter digit length (max. 31)
Cursor will move to RT (route selection)
LCR DIGIT
5. Enter RT (01-32)
Valid entry will return you to step 1.
LCR DIGIT
DIGIT:
DIGIT:_
DIGIT:305426
(0005)
LENGTH:10 RT:01
(0005)
LENGTH:10 RT:01
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 712
LCR ROUTE TABLE
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[711] LCR TIME TABLE
This table, through the LCR ROUTES, allows calls placed at any given time of day to use
the least cost trunk route that is available. When LCR ROUTE ADVANCE is allowed, it is
possible for calls to be placed on more expensive trunks on any given time of day. There
are four possible time entries per day; the start time of the next time period is the end time
of the previous time period.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 711.
Display shows:
LCR TIME (SUN:A)
2. Dial day of week (SUN-SAT, e.g., WED)
OR
Press Volume button to make day selection and
press Right Soft button.
LCR TIME (WED:A)
3. Dial time band (A-D, e.g., B)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
LCR TIME (WED:B)
4. Dial time via keypad (24-hour format, e.g., 0800)
Cursor moves to LCRT (see MMC 712)
LCR TIME (WED:B)
5. Dial time table number (1-4)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
LCR TIME (WED:B)
HHMM:
HHMM:
HHMM:
LCRT:-
LCRT:-
LCRT:-
HHMM:0800 LCRT:-
HHMM:0800 LCRT:1
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 710
MMC 712
MMC 713
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
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[712] LCR ROUTE TABLE
The LCR ROUTE TABLE is responsible for selecting a specific trunk group in the completion of an outward bound call. This table works in conjunction with LCR DIGIT TABLE,
LCR TIME TABLE, LCR COS TABLE and LCR MODIFIED DIGITS TABLE. After you
dial a valid digit string, the system uses the LCR ROUTE TABLE to select a specific predetermined trunk group. There is a maximum of 32 routes available.
If more than one trunk group is available for call completion, the system uses the first designated trunk group and then the succeeding trunk groups. If all trunk groups are busy in a
selected route, call queue becomes active and allocates trunks as they become available.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 712.
Display shows:
LCR ROUTE (01:1)
2. Dial LCR ROUTE table number (e.g., 05)
OR
Press Volume button to selected table and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR ROUTE (05:1)
3. Dial TIME BAND index number 1-4 (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to selected index and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR ROUTE (05:2)
4. Dial LCR COS number 1-8 (e.g., 4)
OR
Press Volume button to selected COS and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR ROUTE (05:2)
5. Dial TRUNK GROUP access code (e.g., 801)
OR
Press Volume button to selected access code and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR ROUTE (05:2)
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C:1 G:NONE M:---
C:1 G:NONE M:---
C:1 G:NONE M:---
C:4 G:NONE M:---
C:4 G:801
M:---
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6. Dial MODIFY DIGITS index number (e.g., 050)
OR
Press Volume button to selected index number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Press Right Soft button to skip step and move
cursor to step 2.
LCR ROUTE (05:2)
C:4 G:801
M:050
LCR ROUTE (05:2)
C:4 G:801
M:---
7. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 310
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 713
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
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[713] LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
This program is sometimes referred to as Outgoing Dial Rules. It enables the system to add
or delete a digit string or singular digit if needed to complete a call. With these digits inserted, a long distance call will be placed over a local line using the common carrier network. The characters * and # can also be entered. There are 200 modify digit entries available.
Option
Description
Max. No. of Digit Entries
NOF DEL DGT
Number of digits to delete
15
I
Insert (before dialling string)
14
A
Append (after dialling string)
14
DIGIT STRING KEY
Insert String + Digit String(delete) + Append String
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 713.
Display shows:
LCR MODIFY (001)
2. Enter index number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
LCR MODIFY (005)
3. Enter number of digits to delete.
OR
Press Right Soft button to skip step and move
cursor to next step.
LCR MODIFY (005)
4. Enter digits to be inserted (e.g., 10288)
OR
Press Right Soft button to skip step or to store
information and advance to next step.
LCR MODIFY (005)
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NOF DEL DGT:00
NOF DEL DGT:00
NOF DEL DGT:01
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5. Enter digits to be appended (e.g., 45678)
OR
Press Right Soft button to skip step or to store
information and return to step 2.
LCR MODIFY (005)
A:_
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 310
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 712
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
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[714] DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
Assigns an incoming DID call to a specific ring plan destination. It also provides a call
waiting option, if needed, so that a second incoming DID call can be received. The table is
also used to define which MOH source a caller to that DID number will hear when placed
on hold. A name up to 11 characters can be added to the number. There is a maximum of
999 entries. If there is no matching number on DID service, the call is routed to the operator group.
Option
Description
DGT
Digits to be received from Trunk line (up to 16 digits may be entered).
MOH SOURCE
Allows the technician to select what the calling party will hear if the call is
placed on hold. There are four possible music selections.
PRI
DID priority option. There are nine priority levels: priority 1 is the highest
and priority 9 is the lowest. When calls come into a station group and all
group members are busy, the system will assign a priority to the DDI
numbers so that calls from a high-priority DDI number will be placed at the
front of the group queue. If this option is set to NO, the call held longest in
the group queue has the highest priority.
RING PLAN
Ring plan and destination during each ring plan. The destination can be a
1: XXX, 2: XXX,
station, station group, trunk or trunk group. If a trunk or trunk group is se-
3: XXX, 4: XXX,
lected the trunks must be programmed as E & M trunks to allow the re-
5: XXX, 6: XXX
ceived digits to be re-sent. This is referred to as DID Repeat digits over tie
line. Entering the character ‘B’ means to repeat the received digits.
CW
Call Waiting Yes/No. (Allows a second DID call to be received.)
MC
The maximum call count. When this is set to 99, the feature will not work. When
set to 0, if a call comes in that matches DID digits and DGT field then the system will reject the call. When set between 1 and 98, if a call comes in that
matches DID digits and DGT field then the system counts the same DID digits,
and if the count is the same or higher than this value, the system sends busy
signal to caller.
DC
The number of digits to delete. This is useful with Tandem switching,
mixed numbering plans and DID Repeat digits over tie line. Maximum
number of digits that can be deleted is 16.
NAME
Enter up to 11 characters to identify call. Refer to MMC 104, STATION
NAME, for how to enter the name.
TONE
Assigns ring tone to DLI port
CADENCE
Assigns ring cadence to SLT port
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CONDITIONS
If an E&M line is designated as FOLLOW DID TRANS in MMC 416 (ASSIGN E&M /
DID RINGDOWN), calls are terminated according to the station direct dial translation table in MMC 714, DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION.
DEFAULT DATA
INDEX
DIGIT
MOH
PRI
1-6
CW
MC
DC
NAME
001
2***
NONE
NO
B
N
99
0
NONE
002
3***
NONE
NO
B
N
99
0
NONE
003
5***
NONE
NO
B
N
99
0
NONE
004
8***
NONE
NO
B
N
99
0
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 714.
Display shows:
DID DIGIT
2. Enter valid index number (e.g., 005) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
DID DIGIT
3. Enter digits to be translated (e.g., 5065) via dial keypad and press Right Soft button to move
cursor.
DID DIGIT
4. Enter the MOH source for this entry.
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to return to step 3 above.
DID DIGIT
5. Enter priority level via dial keypad.
(1-9 or NO)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft buttons to advance to next step.
DID DIGIT
6. Enter station or group number for each Ring Plan
destination via dial keypad (e.g., 530)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance to next step.
DID DIGIT
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(001)
DGT:
(005)
DGT:
(005)
DGT:5065
(005)
MOH:NONE PRI:NO
(005)
MOH:NONE PRI:NO
1:530
(005)
2:
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7. Enter call wait option via dial keypad.
(1 for YES, 0 for NO)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance to next step.
DID DIGIT
8. Enter maximum call count via dial keypad (00-99)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance to next step.
DID DIGIT
9. Enter number or delete digit via dial keypad (0-16)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance to next step.
DID DIGIT
10. Enter the name via dial keypad and press Right
Soft button to return to Step 1.
(005)
CW:N MC:99 DC:0
(005)
CW:N MC:99 DC:0
(005)
CW:N MC:99 DC:0
DID DIGIT
(005)
NAME:
11. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
TRUNK PROGRAMMING
Refer to RELATED ITEMS in MMC 411, ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE.
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[715] PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
Allows custom messages to be programmed or default messages to be changed.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
There are 15 messages in the system:
MESSAGES 01-10 are 16-character pre-programmed default messages. Any of them can
be changed. MESSAGES 11-15 are 16-character blank messages that can be created.
DEFAULT DATA
TEN PROGRAMMED MESSAGES:
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
IN A MEETING
OUT ON A CALL
OUT TO LUNCH
LEAVE A MESSAGE
PAGE ME
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
OUT OF TOWN
IN TOMORROW
RETURN AFTERNOON
ON VACATION
GONE HOME
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 715.
Display shows:
PGM.MESSAGE (01)
2. Enter message number (e.g., 11)
OR
Press Volume button arrow to make selection.
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
PGM.MESSAGE (11)
3. Enter message via dial keypad (maximum 16
characters)
Use ‘A’ button to toggle upper case/lower case.
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
PGM.MESSAGE (11)
IN A MEETING
Blank Message
IN MEETING ROOM
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 115
SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE
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[716] UK LCR OPTION
This MMC provides UK LCR options.
No
0
Option
NETWORK CODE
1
PIN CODE
2
CCC OPTION
3
STATION PIN NO.
Description
This table provides the network access code when the call
is routed to the secondary network. It contains up to 16 entries. Each code has max. 4 digits and the following “use”
options (by default, all codes are empty and all “use” options are NONE):
0 NONE
No code.
1 CCC
The code used with Call Cost Code (CCC).
2 PIN
The code used with PIN Code.
3 BOTH
The code used with PIN Code and Call Cost
Code.
This table provides the PIN code when the call is routed to
the secondary network. It contains up to four entries and
each code has max. 10 digits. (By default, all tables are
empty.)
Selects which number is used for Call Cost Code. (Default:
Station Number).
0 STATION NUMBER Station number used for Call
Cost Code.
1 NONE
No Call Cost Code.
This is assigned to PIN code table number for each station
number. (Default: all stations are 1)
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 716.
Display shows:
NETWORK CODE
2. Enter option number 0-3
OR
Press Volume buttons to select number
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
NETWORK CODE
3. Enter number 0-16
OR
Press Volume buttons to select number
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
NETWORK CODE
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01:
01:
02:_
USE:NONE
USE:NONE
USE:NONE
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4. Enter network access code via dial keypad
NETWORK CODE
02:1234 USE:NONE
5. Enter use option number (0-3)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
NETWORK CODE
02:1234 USE:CCC
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 400
MMC 310
MMC 710
MMC 711
MMC 712
MMC 713
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
LCR DIGIT TABLE
LCR TIME TABLE
LCR ROUTE TABLE
LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE
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[717] UCD AGENT ID
This MMC defines UCD agent ID numbers or PIN numbers. These numbers are used to log
UCD agents into the UCD groups. There are 300 available entries and each entry is tied to
a specific UCD group. Agent ID codes can be up to 4 digits long.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 717.
Display shows:
AGENT PIN
2. Dial code entry number (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume buttons to select number
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AGENT PIN
3. Enter ID code via dial keypad (e.g., 1234) and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AGENT PIN
4. Enter group number (e.g., 505)
OR
Press Volume button to select group and
press Right Soft button to select and return to step 2.
OR
Select all groups
AGENT PIN
ID:
ID:_
(001)
GRP:NONE
(005)
GRP:NONE
(005)
ID:1234 GRP:NONE
(005)
ID:1234 GRP:505
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 607
UCD OPTIONS
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[718] MY AREA CODE
This MMC defines the home area code and country code. This information is used for
caller ID and ISDN calls in defining the area code on incoming calls. This MMC removes
the local area code to allow callback without digit modifications in LCR.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 718.
Display shows:
MY AREA CODE
2. Enter 0 for COUNTRY or 1 for AREA.
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
MY AREA CODE
3. Enter area code (maximum 4 digits) via dial keypad
(e.g., 2) and press Right Soft button to move
cursor back to step 2.
MY AREA CODE
AREA
AREA
AREA
:
:
:2
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
TRUNK PROGRAMMING
Refer to RELATED ITEMS in MMC 411, ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE
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[719] IDLE DISPLAY
This program allows you to enter guidance data to be displayed on large LCD phones.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 719.
Display shows:
IDLE DISPLAY (01)
2. Enter the number of the line on a large LCD phone
(01~12) on which guidance data is to be
displayed.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
IDLE DISPLAY (02)
3. Enter guidance data via dial keypad and press
Right Soft button to save and move to step 2.
IDLE DISPLAY (02)
WELCOME TO ABC
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 120
LARGE LCD OPTIONS
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[720] COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
Provides a tool for duplicating key assignments from one phone to another. This can be
done on a per-station basis or on all stations, but not on a group of stations. A limitation is
that the original and target phones must be of the same type (the same number of buttons).
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 720.
Display shows:
[201] COPY KEY
2. Enter the station number to copy to (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all stations.
[205] COPY KEY
3. Enter station number to copy from (e.g., 203)
and cursor returns to step 2.
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[205] COPY KEY
FROM:NONE
FROM:NONE
FROM:203
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 107
MMC 721
MMC 722
MMC 723
KEY EXTENDER
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[721] SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
Provides a service tool which minimizes the accidental loss of programmable buttons on
phones. First the data is saved and then the station can be replaced with another station type
or the keys can be reprogrammed to other features. Once testing or replacement is completed, the data can be restored to the individual station, providing the same type is in place.
CONDITIONS
This program must be used carefully because key programming data is saved to a common
programming database. When a new phone is connected, the system copies data from this
database to the new phone.
DEFAULT DATA
RESTORE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 721.
Display shows:
[201] SAVE KEY
2. Enter desired station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
[205] SAVE KEY
3. Press Volume button to make function selection
and press Right Soft button to enter and return to
step 2.
[205] SAVE KEY
RESTORE
RESTORE
SAVE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 107
MMC 722
MMC 723
KEY EXTENDER
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[722] STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
Allows the customizing of programmable buttons on specific phones and add-on modules
(AOMs). For phones, buttons 1 and 2 are set as CALL buttons by default. For AOMs, all
buttons are set as DS keys by default. Features are selected by pressing the dial keypad buttons the required number of times. For example, for OHVA, the number 6 is pressed three
times. If the BOSS key is required, 2 is pressed for the first letter B and then the Volume
button used to change the selection from BARGE to BOSS.
DIAL KEYPAD
COUNT
1
2
3
DIAL 2
AB
BARGE
CAD
DIAL 3
DGPALM
EP
FAUTO
DIAL 4
GPIK
HDSET
ICONF
DIAL 5
LANREQ
LANREQ
LANREQ
DIAL 6
MMPA
NEW
OHVA
DIAL 7
PAGE
PAGE
RB
DIAL 8
TG
UA
VG
DIAL 9
WAKEUP
XCHIN
WAKEUP
4
SETDND
WAKEUP
Programmable Button Assignments
Feature
Description
Feature
Description
AB
ABSENCE
MMPG
MEET ME PAGE
ABAND
ABANDONED CALL
MS
MANUAL
SIGNALLING
ABW
AGENT BUSY/WRAP UP
MSG
MESSAGE
ACC
ACCOUNT
MUTE
MUTE
ALARM
ALARM
MW
MESSAGE WAIT
AN/RLS
ANSWER/RELEASE
NEW
NEW CALL
BARGE
BARGE-IN
NND
NAME NUMBER
DATE
BILL
BILL (Hotel Feature)
NOCLIP
NO CID SEND
BLOCK
OHVA BLOCK
NPG
NETWORK
PAGE
BOOTH
BOOTH (Hotel Feature)
NS
NETWORK
STATION
BOSS
BOSS/SECRETARY
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Description
Feature
Description
CAD
CALL ACTIVITY DISPLAY
OHVA
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE
CALL
CALL BUTTON
OPER
OPERATOR
CAMP
STATION CAMP-ON
PAGE
PAGE
CANMG
MESSAGE CANCEL
PAGPK
PICKUP PAGE HOLD
CBK
CALLBACK
PARK
CALL PARK ORBIT
CC
CALL COVERAGE
PAUSE
PAUSE
CHIN
CHECK IN (Hotel Feature)
PMSG
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
CHOUT
CHECK OUT (Hotel Feature)
PRB
PRIVACY RELEASE AND BRIDGE
CHOICE
CHOICE
PROG
SET PROGRAM
(Related to News Server)
CLIP
CALLER ID
PTHR
PATH REPLACEMENT
CONF
CONFERENCE
RB
ROOM BILL
(Hotel Feature)
CONP
CONNECTED NAME
REJECT
OHVA REJECT
RETRY
AUTO REDIAL ON BUSY
DISPLAY
CR
CALL RECORD
(Requires SVMi card)
CREDIT
CREDIT(Hotel Feature)
REVW
REVIEW
CS
CALL STATUS
RP
RING PLAN
CSNR
CALLER ID SAVE NUMBER
RSV
ROOM STATUS VIEW
REDIAL
DGPALM
EASY ALARM SET TO
(Hotel Feature)
RTO
RING PLAN TIME OVERRIDE
REMOTE STATION
DICT
DICTATION
SETDND
SET DO NOT DISTURB
DIR
DIRECTORY
SETMG
SET MESSAGE W/O RING
DIVERT
EXECUTIVE CALL DIVERT
SG
STATION GROUP
SLOCAT
STAFF LOCATOR
TO SECRETARY
DLOCK
DOOR LOCK
(Hotel Feature)
DND
DO NOT DISTURB
SNR
SAVED NUMBER REDIAL
DNDO
DO NOT DISTURB
SP
UCD SUPERVISOR
OVERRIDE
DP
DIRECT PICKUP
SPD
SPEED DIAL
DROP
CALL DROP
SPKR
SPEAKER
DS
DSS KEY
SSET
ISDN SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE
SET
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Description
Feature
Description
DT
DTS KEY
STATE
SET EXECUTIVE STATE
EP
ESTABLISHED CALL
STORE
STORE DISPLAYED NUMBER
PICKUP
EXTMIC
EXTERNAL MIC
SYSALM
SYSTEM ALARMS
FAUTO
FORCED AUTO ANSWER
TG
TRUNK GROUP
FLASH
FLASH
TIMER
TIMER
FWRD
CALL FORWARD
TP
TERMINAL PORTABILITY
TRARPT
TRAFFIC REPORT
GPIK
GROUP PICKUP
TRSF
TRANSFER
HDSET
HEADSET MODE
UA
UNIVERSAL ANSWER
HLDPK
HOLD PICKUP
VG
VMS GROUP MESSAGE
(Requires SVM-800)
HOLD
HOLD
VM
VOICE MAIL MEMO
(Requires SVMi card)
HOTEL
HOTEL(Hotel Feature)
VMADM
VOICE MAIL ADMINISTRATION
(Requires SVMi card)
ICONF
ISDN 3 PTY CONFERENCE
VMAME
ANSWER MACHINE EMULATION
(Requires SVMi card)
IDISC
ISDN 3 PTY
VMMSG
DISCONNECTION
VOICE MAIL MESSAGE KEY
(Requires SVMi card)
IG
IN/OUT GROUP
VMSCMT
VMS COMMENT (Requires SVM)
IHOLD
ISDN 3-PARTY HOLD
VMSMSG
VMS MESSAGE (Requires SVM)
INFDSP
INFORMATION DISPLAY
VMSOUT
VMS OUT CALL (Requires SVM)
(Requires News/Call Plus)
INQIRE
INQUIRE
VMSREC
VMS RECORD (Requires SVM)
IRET
ISDN 3 PTY RETRIEVE
VMSVAC
VMS VACANT (Requires SVM)
ISPY
CID SPY
VT
VOICEMAIL TRANSFER
LANREQ
LAN REQUEST
WAKEUP
WAKE UP (Hotel Feature)
LCR
LEAST COST ROUTING
XCHIN
EXPRESS CHECK IN
(Hotel Feature)
LISTN
GROUP LISTENING
LNR
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
LOG
CALL LOGGING
MMPA
MEET ME PAGE ANSWER
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DEFAULT DATA
For phones, buttons 1 and 2 are set as CALL buttons by default. (Other settings depend on
the keyset type.) For AOMs, all buttons are set as DSS buttons by default.
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 722.
Display shows:
[201] KEY (MAST)
2. Enter selected station number (e.g., 205)
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
[205] KEY (MAST)
3. Enter selected key number (e.g., 18)
OR
Press Volume button to select key number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[201] KEY (MAST)
4. Using table above, press dial keypad to select number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor to step 5 to
enter extender, if required, or to return to step 2.
[201] KEY PROG.
5. Enter extender if required (e.g., 03)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to return to step 2.
[201] KEY PROG.
01:CALL1Æ
01:CALL1Æ
18:NONEÆ_
18:NONEÆGPIK_
18:NONEÆGPIK03
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 107
MMC 720
MMC 721
KEY EXTENDER
COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
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[723] SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
This MMC is similar to MMC 722, Station Key Programming, except that changes are
made system-wide rather than on a per-station basis. Features are entered via the dial keypad by pressing numbers as shown in the table.
TYPE OF PHONE
No
Type of Phone
Description
00
24 BTN SETS
Phone with 24 program buttons
01
12 BTN SETS
Phone with 12 program buttons
03
EU 6B SETS
EU phone with 6 program buttons
05
48/64 BTN AOMS
AOM with 48/64 program buttons
06
20 BTN SETS
Phone with 20 program buttons
07
28 BTN SETS
Phone with 28 program buttons
08
18 BTN SETS
Phone with 18 program buttons
09
8 BTN SETS
Phone with 8 program buttons
10
99 BTN SETS
Phone with 99 program buttons
11
38 BTN SETS
Phone with 38 program buttons
12
21 BTN SETS
Phone with 21 program buttons
13
14 BTN SETS
Phone with 14 program buttons
14
DS-07S SETS
7000 Range phone
DIAL KEYPAD
COUNT
1
2
3
DIAL 2
AB
BARGE
CAD
DIAL 3
DGPALM
EP
FAUTO
DIAL 4
GPIK
HDSET
ICONF
DIAL 5
LANREQ
LANREQ
LANREQ
DIAL 6
MMPA
NEW
OHVA
DIAL 7
PAGE
PAGE
RB
DIAL 8
TG
UA
VG
DIAL 9
WAKEUP
XCHIN
WAKEUP
4
SETDND
WAKEUP
See Programmable Button Assignments in MMC 722.
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DEFAULT DATA
SEE DEFAULT DATA IN MMC 722
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 723.
Display shows:
TYPE:24 BTN SETS
2. Enter type of set via dial keypad (e.g.,1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
TYPE:12 BTN SETS
3. Enter key number (e.g., 03)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
TYPE:12 BTN SETS
4. Using table above, press dial keypad to select number
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor to step
5 to enter extender, if required.
OR
Press Left Soft button to return to step 3.
TYPE:12 BTN SETS
5. Enter extender if required (e.g., 03)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
TYPE:12 BTN SETS
01:CALL1Æ
01:CALL1Æ
03:NONEÆ
03:NONEÆGPIK
03:GPIKÆGPIK03
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 107
MMC 720
MMC 721
KEY EXTENDER
COPY KEY PROGRAMMING
SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
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[724] DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
This MMC allows the technician to change directory numbers for stations, trunks, station
groups, trunk groups and feature access codes. The system can be pre-programmed with
default 3- or 4-digit numbering for stations, station groups and trunk numbers depending
on the position of the DIP switches on the MCP card. There is an error message provided to
prevent the accidental duplication of a directory number or feature access code.
No
00
Type of Dial No
STN DIAL NO.
Description
This is where station directory numbers are changed or assigned.
Default: 201-2xx, 3xx(last 319) or 2001-2xxx
01
TRK DIAL NO.
This is where trunk directory numbers are changed or assigned.
Default: 701-7xx or 7001-7xxx
02
AA/VD DIAL NO
03
MISC DIAL NO.
Not used
This is where directory numbers for relays, MOH ports and the
alarm sensor are changed or assigned.
Default: Internal MOH: 371
External MOH: 372-377
External PAGE: 3752-3753
Common Bell: 3991 ·
Loud Bell: 3995
04
05
06
STNG DIAL
This is where station group numbers are changed or assigned.
NUMBER
Default: 500-5xx or 5001-5xxx
TRKG DIAL
This is where trunk group numbers are changed or assigned.
NUMBER
Default: The first is 9 or 0, 800-828
FEAT DIAL NUMBER
This is where feature access codes are changed or assigned. Dialling codes are entered via the dial keypad by pressing a number
the required number of times to select the feature. For example, for
OHVA, the number 6 would be pressed three times.
NOTE: Remember that this program applies system-wide.
07
S0 STN DIAL NO.
This is where directory numbers for BRI station ports are changed
or assigned.
Default: 8701-8764
09
NTWK LCR DIAL NO
This is where additional LCR access codes are entered if two or
more OfficeServ 7400 systems are networked together.
Default: NONE
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Type of Dial No
VIRT EXT DIAL NO
Description
This is where virtual station directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
Default: SLT: 3501-3596, DGP: 3401-3496
11
MGI DIAL NO.
This is where MGI port directory numbers are changed or
assigned.
Default: 3801-38xx
12
IP STN DIAL NO.
This is where IP-based station directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
Default: 3201-3296
13
WLAN DIAL NO,
This is where IP-based station directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
Default: 3301-3396
14
VOIP NET DIAL NO
This is where Samsung proprietary switch-to-switch VoIP
networking trunk signalling port directory numbers are
changed or assigned.
Default: 8301-8364
15
H323 TRK DIAL NO
This is where VoIP H.323 trunk signalling port directory
numbers are changed or assigned.
Default: 8401-8464
16
SIP TRK DIAL NO
This is where VoIP SIP trunk signalling port directory
numbers are changed or assigned.
Default: 8501-8564
17
UMS DIAL NUMBER
This is where IP UMS port directory numbers are
changed or assigned
Default: 8665-8696
18
SIP STN DIAL NUMBER
This is where VOIP SIP station port directory numbers are
changed or assigned
Default: 8601-8664.
FEATURE NUMBERING DIAL KEYPAD
COUNT
1
2
3
DIAL 2
AB
BARGE
CAD
DIAL 3
DGPALM
EP
FAUTO
DIAL 4
GPIK
HDSET
ICONF
DIAL 5
LANREQ
LANREQ
LANREQ
DIAL 6
MMPA
NEW
OHVA
DIAL 7
PAGE
PAGE
RB
DIAL 8
TG
UA
VG
DIAL 9
WAKEUP
XCHIN
WAKEUP
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Feature Code Assignments and Default
Feature
Default
Description
ABAND
64
ABANDONED CALL
ABS
NONE
ABSENCE
ABW
NONE
AGENT BUSY/WRAP UP
ACCT
47
ACCOUNT
ALLCLR
NONE
ALL CLEAR
ALMCLR
57
ALARM
AUTH
NONE
AUTHORIZATION CODE
BARGE
NONE
BARGE-IN
BILL
NONE
BILL (Hotel Feature)
BLOCK
NONE
OHVA BLOCK
BOSS
NONE
BOSS/SECRETARY
CAMP
45
STATION CAMP-ON
CANMG
42
MESSAGE CANCEL
CBK
44
CALLBACK
CHIN
NONE
CHECK IN (Hotel Feature)
CHOUT
NONE
CHECK OUT (Hotel Feature)
CHOICE
NONE
CHOICE (Related to News Server)
CONF
46
CONFERENCE
CONP
NONE
CONNECTED NAME DISPLAY
CR
NONE
CALL RECORD (Requires SVMi card)
CREDIT
NONE
CREDIT (Hotel Feature)
DGPALM
NONE
EASY ALARM SET TO REMOTE STATION
DICT
NONE
DICTATION
DIR
NONE
DIRECTORY
DIRPK
65
DIRECT PICKUP
DISALM
58
DISA ALARM CLEAR
DIVERT
NONE
EXECUTIVE CALL DIVERT TO SECRETARY
DLOCK
13
DOOR UNLOCK
DND
40
DO NOT DISTURB
DNDO
NONE
DO NOT DISTURB OVERRIDE
FAUTO
14
FORCED AUTO ANSWER
FLASH
49
FLASH
FWD
60
CALL FORWARD
GRPK
66
GROUP PICKUP
HDSET
NONE
HEADSET MODE
HLDPK
12
HOLD PICKUP
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Feature
Default
Description
HOLD
11
HOLD
HOTEL
NONE
HOTEL (Hotel Feature)
ICONF
NONE
ISDN 3-PARTY CONFERENCE
IDISC
NONE
ISDN 3-PARTY DISCONNECTION
IG
53
IN/OUT GROUP
IHOLD
NONE
ISDN 3-PARTY HOLD
INFDSP
NONE
INFORMATION DISPLAY (Requires News/Call Plus)
IRET
NONE
ISDN 3-PARTY RETRIEVE
LCR
#
LEAST COST ROUTING
LISTN
NONE
GROUP LISTENING
LNR
19
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
LOG
NONE
CALL LOGGING
MMPA
56
MEET ME PAGE ANSWER
MMPG
54
MEET ME PAGE
MSG
43
MESSAGE
MYGRPK
28
MY PICKUP GROUP CALL PICKUP
NEW
NONE
NEW CALL
NOCLIP
NONE
NO CID SEND
NPAGE
NONE
NETWORK PAGE
OHVA
NONE
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE
OPER
0
OPERATOR
PAGE
55
PAGE
PAGPK
10
PICKUP PAGE HOLD
PARK
NONE
CALL PARK ORBIT
PMSG
48
PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE
PTHR
NONE
PATH REPLACEMENT
RB
NONE
ROOM BILL (Hotel Feature)
REJECT
NONE
OHVA REJECT
RP
NONE
RING PLAN
RSV
NONE
ROOM STATUS VIEW (Hotel Feature)
RTO
NONE
RING PLAN TIME OVERRIDE
SELFID
NONE
SELF SYSTEM ID
SETMG
41
SET MESSAGE W/O RING
SLOCAT
NONE
STAFF LOCATOR (Hotel Feature)
SLTALM
NONE
EASY ALARM SET TO SELF STATION
SLTMMC
15
NORMAL PHONE PROGRAMMING
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Feature
Default
Description
SNR
17
SAVED NUMBER REDIAL
SPEED
16
SPEED DIAL
SRELOC
NONE
SET RELOCATION
SSET
NONE
ISDN SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE SET
STATE
NONE
SET EXECUTIVE STATE
TP
NONE
TERMINAL PORTABILIY
UA
67
UNIVERSAL ANSWER
VMADM
NONE
VOICE MAIL ADMINISTRATION (Requires SVMi card)
VMAME
NONE
ANSWER MACHINE EMULATION (Requires SVMi card)
VMMEMO
NONE
VOICE MAIL MEMO (Requires SVMi card)
VMMSG
NONE
VOICE MAIL MESSAGE KEY (Requires SVMi card)
VMSCMT
NONE
VMS COMMENT (Requires SVM -800)
VMSMSG
NONE
VMS MESSAGE (Requires SVM -800)
VMSOUT
NONE
VMS OUT CALL (Requires SVM -800)
VMSREC
NONE
VMS RECORD (Requires SVM -800)
VMSVAC
NONE
VMS VACANT (Requires SVM -800)
WAKEUP
18
WAKE UP (Hotel Feature)
WCOS
59
WORKING CLASS OF SERVICE
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
FEATURE CODES DEPEND ON COUNTRY
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ACTION
OfficServ 7400 Programming Guide
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 724.
Display shows:
STN DIAL NUM:C1
2. Dial option number to make selection (e.g., 06)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
FEAT DIAL NUMBER
3. Dial first letter of feature name (e.g., 7)
OR
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
Press Volume button to make selection then press
Right Soft button to advance cursor.
4. Enter digits (e.g., 63) via the dial keypad.
S2-P01:201Æ
ABAND :64Æ_
PAGE :55Æ
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PARK :NONEÆ_
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PARK :NONEÆ63
5. Press Right Soft button to enter change and
continue to make changes.
If an error message appears indicating duplication
of access code, enter 1 for YES for change or
enter 0 for NO for no change.
FEAT NUMBER PLAN
PARK :NONEÆ63
SAME DIAL EXIST
CHANGE? Y:1,N:0
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
ALL MMCs
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[725] SMDR OPTIONS
Allows the system administrator to select the information printed on the SMDR report. The
following options may be selected:
No
00
Option
PAGE HEADER
Default
YES
Description
This option determines whether a page header will print
at the top of each page. This would normally be turned
off if SMDR is being sent to a Call Accounting machine.
01
LINE PER PAGE
66
This option selects the length of each page to determine
when to print the SMDR header. The number of lines is
in the range 01-99.
02
INCOMING CALL
YES
This option determines whether incoming calls will print
on SMDR.
03
OUTGOING CALL
YES
This option determines whether outgoing calls will print
on SMDR.
04
AUTHORIZE
NO
CODE
This option determines whether authorization codes will
print on SMDR. If this option is set to NO, ‘****’ is printed
on SMDR.
05
SMDR START
YES
TIME
06
IN/OUT GROUP
This option determines whether valid calls will include
the minimum call time in total call duration.
NO
This option allows a message, IN GROUP or OUT
GROUP, to be printed in the ‘digits dialled’ column each
time a station enters or leaves a group.
07
DND CALL
NO
This option allows a message, IN DND or OUT DND, to
be printed in the ‘digits dialled’ column each time a station enters or leaves DND.
08
WAKE-UP CALL
YES
This option determines whether stations receiving an
alarm reminder call will print on SMDR.
09
DIRECTORY
NONE
NAME
This option allows the system administrator to enter a
name up to 16 characters which will appear on the
SMDR header.
10
CALLER ID DATA
NO
This option can be selected to print Caller ID data received from the Central Office on incoming calls.
This option requires the use of a 132-column wide carriage
printer or an 80-column printer set for condensed print.
11
ABANDON CALL
NO
If this option is set to YES, unanswered calls for which
CID information was received will print on SMDR.
13
NO. OF DIAL
MASK
0
If this option is set to a numeric value, the selected last
digits of the number dialled field will be masked as asterisks(*) on the SMDR print out. Maximum masked
digits is 18. First 4 digits will not mask.
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Option
INCOMING
Default
NO
ANSWER
16
INTERCOM CALL
Description
If this option is set to YES, the duration of calls ringing
before being answered will print on SMDR.
NO
This option determines whether intercom calls will print
on SMDR.
17
KEY MMC IN/OUT
NO
If set to YES the SMDR record will show programming
being opened and closed in MMC 200 and MMC 800.
20
HOTEL PAGE
END
FEED
21
HOTEL START
on HM REPT (Hotel Application Only)
0
LINE
23
DID NUM/NAME
This option determines where the page feed is inserted
This option determines that the number of empty lines
per each page on HM REPT (Hotel Application Only)
YES
If this option is set to YES, received DID information will
print on SMDR.
24
ITP
NO
REGISTRATION
25
SET
RELOCATION
If set to YES the SMDR record will show registration of
ITP phones.
NO
If set to YES the SMDR record will show Set Relocations.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME OPTIONS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 725.
Display shows:
PAGE HEADER
2. Dial the option number (e.g., 01)
OR
Use the Volume buttons to scroll through
the options and press Right Soft button
to select an option.
LINE PER PAGE
3. Enter the option data.
OR
Use the Volume buttons to press Right
Soft button to save the data and return to step 2.
LINE PER PAGE
PRINT: YES
60 LINE/PAGE
50 LINE/PAGE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 300
CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION
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[726] VM/AA OPTIONS
This MMC is used to define all the in-band DTMF codes sent to voice mail ports. These inband codes can be 0-9, A, B or C, and perform two functions:
CALL AND TYPE INFORMATION
This is a DTMF signalling string sent to a voice mail port when the voice mail port answers
a call. This DTMF information tells the voice mail port what type of call it is receiving and
where the call is coming from (e.g., call forwarded from extension 225).
CALL PROGRESS TONES
These are sent to the voice mail system to provide information about the progress of the
call (e.g., ring back, busy or disconnect). Most voice mail systems can use DTMF in-band
signalling for more efficient call processing. This MMC has many parameters that can be
programmed according to the type of automated attendant and/or voice mail system connected.
CALL and TYPE INFORMATION
The format of the DTMF data sent to a VM/AA port is as follows:
[CALL TYPE] + [DN1] + [SEPARATOR] + [DN2]
an example of this would be:
[FORWARD ALL] from [225] on trunk [703]
Each field can be programmed individually as follows:
Option
Description
EXTENSION
If set to yes, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
FOR DN1
a call the system will send data in the DN1 field indicating that a
Default
No
station is ringing the VMAA port.
If set to no, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
a call the system will not send station data in the DN1 field.
TRUNK FOR DN1
If set to yes, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
No
a call the system will send data in the DN1 field indicating that a
trunk is ringing the VMAA port.
If set to no, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
a call the system will not send trunk data in the DN1 field.
EXTENSION
If set to yes, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
FOR DN2
a call the system will send data in the DN2 field indicating the
No
originating station of the call ringing the VMAA port.
If set to no, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
a call the system will not send station data in the DN2 field.
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Option
TRUNK FOR DN2
Description
If set to yes, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
Default
No
a call the system will send data in the DN2 field indicating the
originating trunk of the call ringing the VMAA port.
If set to no, when the voice mail auto attendant system answers
a call the system will not send trunk data in the DN2 field
SEPARATOR
When both DN1 and DN2 are used, a digit defined here is sent
No
between DN1 and DN2 so the VMAA system can determine
where DN 1 stops and where DN 2 starts. The separator can be
DTMF 0 through 9, *, #, A, B or C.
DISCONNECT
This is the call progress digit sent to the VMAA port in place of a
SIGNAL
disconnect open. The digit defined here is sent three times.
CALL TYPE ID
This is the DTMF digit that is sent first in the in band digit string
C
and can identify any of the following call types
No
0
1
Call Type
Description
DIRECT
A call originating directly from another
CALL
station in the system.
ALL FWD
This indicates that a call was forwarded to
CALL
the VM/AA port from a station with CALL
Default
1
2
FORWARD ALL set.
2
BSY FWD
This indicates that a call was forwarded to
CALL
the VM/AA port from a station with CALL
3
FORWARD BUSY set.
3
NOA FWD
This indicates that a call was forwarded to
CALL
the VM/AA port from a station with CALL
4
FORWARD NO ANSWER set.
4
RECALL
A call is recalling the VM/AA port after
4
being transferred and not answered.
5
DIR TRK
A Trunk Line call has gone directly to
CALL
VM/AA
6
(e.g., trunk 717 DIL to VM/AA).
6
OVERFLOW
A call has OVERFLOWED to the VM/AA
4
port from a station group.
7
8
DID CALL
A DID call has called the VM/AA port.
8
MESSAGE
A message button or message reply fea-
9
CALL
ture code has been used to call the
VM/AA port.
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Option
Description
PROGRESS
These are the DTMF codes that is sent to the VMAA port in place
TONE ID
of regular progress tones. For example, when a VMAA port goes
Default
off hook to originate or transfer a call, instead of hearing normal
dial tone, it will hear DTMF ‘BA’. Progress tones can greatly increase the efficiency of a VMAA system because it is easier and
quicker to detect DTMF than a busy, ring back or DND tone.
Progress tones can identify any of the following.
No
Call Type
Description
Default
0
DIAL TONE
Dial Tone
No
1
BUSY TONE
Busy Tone
No
2
RINGBAK
Ringback Tone
No
DND or No More Call Button Error
No
Off Hook Answer
No
On Hook Answer
No
TONE
3
DND NO
MORE
4
HDSET
ANSWER
5
SPKER
ANSWER
CALLER ID
If set to YES, when the voice mail auto attendant system an-
NUMBER
swers a call the system will send Caller ID data as DTMF tones
No
to the VMAA port.
GENERAL RULES
1.
201 is talking to a trunk and presses TRANSFER plus the station number, but the station is forwarded to VM/AA and VM/AA answers. When this happens, if 201 presses
TRANSFER again to return to the trunk, the VM/AA port is not on hold. It is disconnected.
2.
A VM/AA port leaves a message indication for a station. When the station returns the
message, any available port in the VM/AA group should ring, not only the one that
left the message.
3.
A VM/AA port leaves a message for a station. When the station returns the message,
the MESSAGE LED is not automatically turned off. If a VM/AA system turns on the
MESSAGE LED, the VM/AA system must turn it off.
4.
If DTMF call progress tones are not enabled, the system sends regular call progress
tones.
5.
When a VM/AA port calls a station that is in the AUTO ANSWER or VOICE ANNOUNCE mode, the phone will be forced to ring.
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All calls to a VM/AA port or group ring with Trunk line ringing cadence, not intercom
ring cadence.
EXAMPLES OF VM/AA OPERATION (IN-BAND DTMF DIGIT STRING)
In the following example, all call and type data is turned on unless otherwise stated. X is
the separator digit, all-default values are used in these examples and [
] is not used.
A DIL 701 calls a VM/AA port or group:
[1] + [701] + [
]+[
]
In the above example, if Trunk Line information is not used:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is used)
DIL 701 calls a call-forwarded station(205):
[2] + [205] + [X] + [701]
In the above example, if forward information is not used:
[
] + [205] + [X] + [701]
In the above example, if forward and DN2/Trunk Line information is not used:
[
] + [205] + [
]+[
]
DIL 701 calls group 501 that overflows to VM/AA:
[4] + [501] + [x] + [701]
In the above example, if overflow information is turned off:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
A DID call rings the VM/AA directly:
[B] + [9999] + [
]+[
]
9999 are the DID digits from Trunk Line
In the above example, if did information is turned off:
[
] + [9999] + [
]+[
]
A station transfers(blind or screened) a call(Trunk Line, DID or intercom) to VM/AA group
or port. When the transferring station hangs up(blind transfer):
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
A station(202) transfers a Trunk Line call(702) to a station(225) that is Call Forward All to
a VM/AA group or port. When the transferring station hangs up(blind transfer) and the
VM/AA group or port answers:
[2] + [225] + [x] + [702]
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A station(202) transfers a Trunk Line call(702) to a group(501) that overflows to a VM/AA
group or port:
[4] + [501] + [X] + [702]
In the above example, if overflow information is turned off:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
A station(205) calls a VM/AA port or group:
[1] + [205] + [
]+[
]
In the above example, if direct information is turned off:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
A station(205) calls using MESSAGE key:
[9] + [205] + [
]+[
]
In the above example, if message information is turned off:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
A call(702) recalls back from station 225 to the VM/AA group:
[4] + [225] + [x] + [702]
In the above example, if recall and DN2/CO information are turned off:
[
]+[
]+[
]+[
](Nothing is sent)
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
SOME OPTIONS DEPEND ON COUNTRY
PROGRAM BUTTONS
A
B
C
Used to insert alpha character ‘A’
Used to insert alpha character ‘B’
Used to insert alpha character ‘C’
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 726.
Display shows:
EXT FOR DN1
2. Enter the OPTION number from the above list
(e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TRK FOR DN2
3. Enter 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button for selection and press Right
Soft button to return to step 2.
TRK FOR DN2
YES
NO
YES
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 207
ASSIGN VM/AA PORT
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[727] SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY
This MMC is used for system version display only (READ ONLY). The displays depend
on which cards are installed in the system
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 727.
Display shows:
MCP VERSION
‘05.03.16 V2.44
2. Press Volume button to show other cards, e.g.:
LCP CARD
LCP VERSION
‘05.01.20 V2.43
DLI CARD
Cabinet and Slot shown:
C2-S2:16 DLI
SLI CARD
Cabinet and Slot shown:
C2-S3:16 SLI
NO VERSION DATA
NO VERSION DATA
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[728] CID TRANSLATION TABLE
Allows the system administrator or technician to associate a CID number received from the
central office with a name programmed in this translation table. If there is no match between a received number and a name in this table, ‘no CID name’ will be displayed.
The translation table consists of 2000 entries. Each entry comprises a telephone number up
to 14 digits and a name up to 16 digits.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 728.
Display shows first entry
CLIP XLAT(0001)
2. Dial entry number (e.g., 0005)
OR
Use Volume button to scroll through entries
and press Right Soft button to select entry.
CLIP XLAT (0005)
3. Enter telephone number and press Right Soft
button to advance to name entry.
OR
Enter telephone number and press Left Soft
button to return to step 2.
CLIP XLAT (0005)
4. Enter associated name and press Right Soft button
to return to step 2.
CLIP XLAT (0005)
DGT:
DGT:_
DGT:3054264100
SAMSUNG TELECOM
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 312
MMC 608
ALLOW CALLER ID
ASSIGN REVIEW BLOCK
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[740] STATION PAIR
Assigns a secondary station to a phone. This secondary station can be a keyset or single
line phone. The secondary station assumes the Call Forwarding, Class of Service, LCR
Class, and DND attributes of the primary station. The secondary station will ring when the
primary station rings, and vice versa. Features can be set or cancelled at either station.
NOTE: If the COS is changed for either station in MMC 301, the change affects both stations. Messages from the secondary extension will display the secondary extension number.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 740.
Display shows
[201] PRIMARY
2. Enter the primary station number via dial
[201] PRIMARY
keypad (e.g., 201).
SECONDARY:NONE
SECONDARY:NONE
OR
Use Volume button to select and press Right Soft
button.
3. Enter the secondary station number via dial
keypad (e.g., 205)
OR
Use Volume button to select and press Right Soft
button.
[201] PRIMARY
SECONDARY:205
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 102
MMC 301
MMC 310
CALL FORWARD
ASSIGN STATION COS
LCR CLASS OF SERVICE
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[746] COSTING DIAL PLAN
The COSTING DIAL PLAN is used to analyze the leading dialled digits of a dialled number and determine what DIAL PLAN it is to follow. Data entry for this program is in three
fields: ENTRY, DIGITS and COST RATE table reference.
DIGITS
Up to 500 entries may be made. Each entry can be up to 10 digits. These are the entries that
will be searched to find a match with the digits dialled by the station making the call. This
is a leading digits table and the system will look for the exact leading digits in the table that
match the number dialled. For example, if a user dials 1305 and the COSTING DIAL
PLAN contains 1, 1308 and 1312, the dialled digits will be matched to 1 because 1308 and
1312 do not form a complete match. When this table is created by the technician or when
any new entries are added, the system automatically places all entries in numerical order.
Wild cards(∗) can be used to represent any digit. The Toll Restriction Wild Card Character
assignment (MMC 704) is common with Call Costing and Toll Restriction. When all entries are used, [LAST ENTRY] is displayed.
DIAL PLAN
This shows in the programming display as DP and represents a pattern (1-7, 8). This pattern
is used by MMC 433, TRUNK COST RATE, to determine the correct billing according to
MMC 749, RATE CALCULATION TABLE
When the system finds a DIAL PLAN match for the digits dialled, the system checks
MMC 749 to see what RATE CALCULATION to use for costing the call.
EXAMPLES
When a station user dials a number, the system will search the COSTING DIAL PLAN to
find a match. If 13056 is dialled and this MMC contains entries 1, 13, 1305 and 1401, the
closest match is 1305 and this will be selected. If 1305 is dialled and this MMC contains
entries 1, 13, 13056 and 1401, no action will be taken until the station user dials another
digit. If the next digit is 6, the 13056 entry is the closest match and this entry will be selected, but if the next digit is anything other than 6, the 13 entry is the closest match.
Whenever a new entry is added, the system will sort all entries in numerical order because
this is the logical order in which the system analyzes digits. Wild cards are checked after
exact digits. If 1813 and 18∗∗ are entered, the system will check 1813 first. If no match is
found, it will check 18∗∗.
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DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 746.
Display shows:
COST DP
2. Dial CALL COST entry (e.g., 005)
OR
Press Volume button to select entry and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
COST DP
3. Enter digit string via the dial keypad and
press Right Soft button.
COST DP
4. Enter DIAL PLAN 1-8 (e.g. 8)
OR
Press Volume button to select dial plan and
press Right Soft button to save and return to step 2.
COST DP
(001)
DIGIT:
(005)
DIGIT:_
(005)
DIGIT:1305
(005)
CALL RATE: 8
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 433
MMC 747
COST RATE
RATE CALCULATION TABLE
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[747] RATE CALCULATION TABLE
The RATE CALCULATION TABLE is used to define the billing charges for each COST
RATE. These rate tables correlate with the Trunk Cost Rate and the Costing Dial Plan.
There are eight call costing rates. Each rate has the following data fields.
No
0
1
Type
Description
1ST DUR
This is the amount of time at the beginning of each call to which a
(FIRST INTERVAL
fixed cost is applied. The range is 0-999 seconds; e,g.
DURATION)
180 seconds (three minutes).
1ST COST
This is the cost for the first interval duration in £s sterling or Euros.
(FIRST INTERVAL
The range is 0 to 999; e.g. 345 (£3.45 or €3.45).
COST)
2
3
4
2ND DUR
This is the duration of each billing increment after the first interval
(SECOND INTER-
has expired. The range is 0-999 seconds; e.g. 006 seconds (six
VAL DURATION)
seconds).
2ND COST
This is the cost for each billing increment, in £s sterling or Euros,
(SECOND INTER-
after the first interval has expired. The range is 0-999; e.g. 100
VAL COST )
(£1.00 or €1.00).
SURCHARGE
This is a one-time charge, in £s sterling or Euros, that is applied to
the call over and above the time charges. The range is 0-999; e.g.
150 (£1.50 or €1.50).
Note: Currency values (£ or €) depend on the setting for the USE EURO option in MMC 210.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL COST RATES: NO DATA
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 747.
Display shows:.
COST RATE (1)
2. Dial COST RATE number 1-8 (e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to select COST RATE and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
COST RATE (3)
3. Dial option number 0-4 (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to select option and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
COST RATE (3)
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4. Enter data via dial keypad.(e.g., 125=1.25)
OR
Press Volume button to select data and press
Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
COST RATE (3)
1ST COST:125
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 433
MMC 746
COST RATE
COSTING DIAL PLAN
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[750] VM CARD RESTART
This MMC is used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card.
There are four options available in this MMC:
No
0
Option
MBX DOWNLOAD
Description
When the Built-In Voice Mail card starts, part of the power-up procedure will download data from the system to determine time, date,
what mailboxes to create, and system numbering plan. This must
be done at least once, but once done this download feature can be
turned off (NO) to save booting time.
1
VM RESTART
If this option is set to YES the Built-In Voice Mail card will immediately restart according to the DOWNLOAD option specified above.
2
VIRTUAL NUMBER
This option determines which type of virtual port to include during
DOWNLOAD
the mailbox and system numbering plan downloading procedure.
The virtual port type are as follows:
No
Type
Description
0
VIRTUAL EXT
Virtual extension number
1
DESKTOP ITP
DESKTOP IP-based phone number
3
MOBILE ITP
Wireless IP-based mobile phone number
3
VM CONNECTION
4
BRI STATION
ISDN terminal number
5
VOIP NET TRK
VoIP networking trunk number
6
VOIP 323 TRK
VoIP H.323 trunk number
7
VOIP SIP TRK
VoIP SIP trunk number
8
REMOTE STN
Remote station number via networking
There are three methods for connecting voice mail to OS7400:
No
Type
Description
0
IP-UMS SERVER
Connect via separate, unified messaging server
1
SVMi CARD
Connect via SVMi-20 card
2
DLI CONNECT
Connect via SVM-400
Removing Built-In Voice Mail Card
If during any test procedures you need to run the system with a default database
and power up with options set to YES, the Built-In Voice Mail database will be
overwritten according to the data in MMC 751 and the default numbering plan. If
you plan this type of test, remove the Built-In Voice Mail card until the procedure
is finished and the customer database is reloaded.
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DEFAULT DATA
ALL OPTIONS ARE NO
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 750.
Display shows:
MBX DOWNLOAD
2. Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
VM RESTART
3. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
VM RESTART
NO
RESET NOW ? NO
RESET NOW ? YES
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[751] ASSIGN MAILBOX
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. It assigns mailboxes to
each station or group as required. During Voice Mail card power up, mailboxes will be created for each directory number with a ‘YES’ entry. Once the Voice Mail database has been
created, new mailboxes can be added:
y
y
through Voice Mail administration, or
by adding a new mailbox in this MMC.
If a mailbox is to be removed, this must be done through Voice Mail administration.
If a station that does not have an associated mailbox calls the Voice Mail system, it will be
answered by the Voice Mail system main greeting.
CONDITIONS
Mailboxes that are needed for users who do not have an extension must be added through
Voice Mail programming.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL STATIONS: YES
ALL GROUPS: NO
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 751.
Display shows:.
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
2. Dial station number.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll the number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
3. Dial 0 for NO or 1 for YES.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and return to step 2.
ASSIGN MAIL BOX
[201]
[202]
[202]
YES
YES
NO
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[752] AUTO RECORD
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. Specific stations in the
phone system can be assigned to automatically record conversations. When this option is
set, all incoming, all outgoing, or all calls (incoming and outgoing) can be recorded.
In this MMC you can assign:
y
Station number: Which station can use this feature.
y
Mailbox number: What mailbox the conversations are recorded in.
y
I, O or B: What type of calls are recorded (in, out or both).
y
Voice mail port number: What port is dedicated to the station.
Before using the Auto Record feature, make sure that you are not violating
any laws. Samsung is not responsible for any illegal use of this feature.
CONDITIONS
A maximum of eight stations can use this feature at one time. The same port cannot be assigned to more than one station. Attempts to do this will result in an error message. When a
Voice Mail port is assigned here, it is automatically removed from the Voice Mail group defined in MMC 601.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 752.
Display shows:.
AUTO RECORD
2. Dial station number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AUTO RECORD
3. Dial mailbox number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AUTO RECORD
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STN:201
STN:201
MB:NONE
MB:NONE
MB:201
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4. Dial VM number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
AUTO RECORD
5. Dial call type via dial keypad (0: I, 1: O or 2: B)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
AUTO RECORD
PORT:209
PORT:209
CALL:I
CALL:B
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NONE
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[753] WARNING DESTINATION
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. It provides an emergency destination for calls destined for the card if the card is removed or is offline.
In addition, any calls that are forwarded to the card will not forward; they will remain ringing at the ‘fwd from’ station until answered. This destination can be a station number or a
group number.
DEFAULT DATA
5000
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 753.
Display shows:
WARNING DEST.
2. Dial station number or group number.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll through numbers
and select.
WARNING DEST.
DEST:500
DEST:501
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[754] VM HALT
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. It is used to halt the card
(take it offline). It ensures that there is no traffic on the card when it is removed from the
system.
DEFAULT DATA
PROC (process)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 754.
Display shows:
VM HALT
2. Enter 1 to HALT or 0 to PROC
OR
Press Volume button to select.
VM HALT
3. If you select 1 to halt, display shows:
VM HALT
Press 1 to confirm.
STATUS:PROC
STATUS:PROC
ARE YOU SURE? YES
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[755] VM ALARM
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. It will generate an alarm
message in the mailbox defined in MMC 751 whenever the Voice Mail disk drive reaches a
threshold.
The threshold is measured as a percentage of capacity. This means that if the MMC is set
for 80, the alarm will be generated when the disk exceeds 80 % of the available drive space.
DEFAULT DATA
THRESHOLD: 80%
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 755.
Display shows:
VM ALARM
2. Enter new threshold level (e.g. 70)
VM ALARM
THRESHOLD:80
THRESHOLD:70
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[756] ASSIGN VMMOH
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. It is used to assign each
port a Music-On-Hold source for the system from a sound file located on the Voice Mail
card hard disk drive. The 100 available sound files are defined as numbers 5000 to 5099.
To use the default music, select the number; otherwise, make sure you record the sound file
first. Then, assign the sound file to a Voice Mail port.
For example, if you record sound file 5025 you would associate 25 with a specific Voice
Mail port, e.g., 225. This will dedicate the port for use only as MOH and remove it from
group 529 or 549. Now 225 will show up as a valid music source in MMCs 308, 309 and
408.
Each Music-On-Hold source assigned here requires one Voice Mail port.
NOTE: If the first Voice Mail port is used for VMMOH, it must be disabled before bootup since the
Voice Mail card and the system use port 1 during bootup to exchange critical information. For this
reason, it is suggested you use the last port for VMMOH.
DEFAULT DATA
NOT USED
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 756.
Display shows:
SET VMMOH
2. Dial VM number (e.g. 215)
OR
SET VMMOH
209 : NOT USED
215 : NOT USED
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
3. Enter VM message number (e.g. 25)
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SET VMMOH
215 : 25
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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NONE
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[757] VM IN/OUT
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail Card. It is used to assign each
Voice Mail port as used for incoming, outgoing or both-way calls. This MMC must support
outgoing calls if off-premises notification (beeper, outbound follow me or outbound notification) is used.
DEFAULT DATA
IN/OUT
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 757.
Display shows:
VM IN/OUT
2. Dial VM number (e.g. 215)
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
VM IN/OUT
3. Enter option via dial keypad (e.g. IN)
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
VM IN/OUT
209
215
215
: IN/OUT
: IN/OUT
: IN
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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NONE
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[758] VM DAY/NIGHT
This MMC is only used for the Samsung Built-In Voice Mail card. The card can operate in
either a DAY or NIGHT operating mode. The mode determines what main menu greetings and
options are played to callers and can change automatically (if enabled in the card) according
to the settings in this MMC.
This MMC contains either a DAY or NIGHT instruction for each Ring Plan.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL RING PLANS: DAY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 758.
Display shows:
VM DAY/NIGHT
2. Enter ring plan number.
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
VM DAY/NIGHT
3. Dial 0 for day or 1 for night.
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to save and move cursor.
VM DAY/NIGHT
RING 1 : DAY
RING 3 : DAY
RING 3 : DAY
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 507
ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME
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[759] CLI RINGING
This MMC assigns a specific CID number received from the central office to a specific
ring plan destination. Also allows you to reject a specific CID number and assign priorities.
There are 9 priority levels: priority 1 is the highest and priority 9 is the lowest.
It also allows you to select the ring tone heard at a phone when called by a specific CID
number. There is also a cadence control option to perform a similar function for SLTs.
There are eight ring tones available along with a Follow Station (NO) option. There are
five cadences and a Follow Station option (NO) for SLTs. The CID Ringing table consists
of 100 entries.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
Option
CLI
REJ
PRI
R1: XXX, R2: XXX,
R3: XXX, R4: XXX,
R5: XXX, R6: XXX
TONE
CAD
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Description
CID number to be received from the central office. Up to 16 digits
may be entered.
CID call reject option. When set to YES, if an incoming call
matches the CID number and CLI field then the system will reject
the call.
CID priority option. There are 9 priority levels: priority 1 is the
highest and priority 9 is the lowest. When calls come in to a station
group and all group members are busy, the system will assign a
priority to the CID numbers so that calls from a high priority CID
number will be placed at the front of the group queue. If this option
is set to NO, the call placed longest in the group queue has the
highest priority.
Ring plan and destination during each ring plan. The destination
can be a station or station group.
Ring Tone options for a specific CID Number (No, 1~8)
No
Calls will ring with the phone user’s choice of ring
frequency.
1-8
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
phones with this ring frequency.
Ring Cadence options for a specific CID Number at SLTs (No,
1~5)
No
Calls will ring with the normal SLT ring cadences.
1
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
SLTs with the intercom ring cadence.
2
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
SLTs with the CO ring cadence.
3
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
SLTs with the DOOR ring cadence.
4
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
SLTs with the ALARM ring cadence.
5
Calls from the programmed CID number will ring
SLTs with the CALLBACK ring cadence.
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 759.
Display shows:
CLI RINGING(001)
2. Dial entry number (e.g. 005)
OR
Press Volume button to make a selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CLI RINGING(005)
3. Enter CID number and press Right Soft button
CLI RINGING(005)
to advance to next entry.
OR
Enter CID number and press Left Soft button
to return to step 2.
4. Enter reject option via dial keypad.
(1 for YES, 0 for NO)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
5. Enter priority level via dial keypad (1-9 or NO)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
6. Enter station or group number for each Ring
Plan destination via dial keypad (e.g. 501).
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
7. Dial 1-8 (or NO) to select ring tone (e.g. 2).
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
8. Dial 1-5 (or NO) to select ring cadence.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
CLI:
CLI:_
CLI:1234567
CLI RINGING(005)
REJ:NO PRI:NO
CLI RINGING(005)
REJ:NO PRI:NO
CLI RINGING(005)
R1:501 R2:NONE
CLI RINGING(005)
TONE:2 CAD:NO
CLI RINGING(005)
TONE:2 CAD:NO
9. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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MMC 312
ALLOW CALLER ID
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[760] ITEM COST TABLE
This MMC provides a means to assign a code to a billable item along with a 10-character
name for the item. There are a maximum of 100 entries (00 to 99) in the table with item 00
reserved as the code for room deposits, 01 reserved as the code for phone deposits and
items 89 to 99 reserved for other PMS stream items.
These item codes, with the exception of codes 93 to 99, will appear on the guests’ bills at
checkout and will serve to identify what each charge on the bill is for. The room bill, when
printed, will also show telephone calls with an item designation of TEL and the name field
will show the number dialled. In addition to the name, up to eight of the tax codes or rates
defined in MMC 761 can be applied to each item.
PRE DEFINED CODES
No
Code
Description
Room Deposit
This is the code used for pre-pay room deposits.
01
Phone Deposit
This is the code used for pre-pay phone deposits
02-88
-
User-assignable code
89
W/UP SET
A wake up call was set
90
W/UP ANS
A wake up call was answered
91
W/UP N/ANS
A wake up call was not answered
92
W/UP CANCL
A wake up call was cancelled
93
Check In
A guest has checked into a room
94
Check out
A guest has checked out of a room
95
Available
A room has been flagged as AVAILABLE
96
Occupied
A room has been flagged as OCCUPIED
97
Clean Room
A room has been flagged as NEEDS CLEANING
98
Fix Room
A room has been flagged as NEED MAINTENANCE
99
Hold
A room has been flagged as HOLD
CONDITIONS
This function can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
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DEFAULT DATA
NO ENTRIES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 760.
Display shows:
ITEM CODE
2. Enter valid code number (e.g., 02) via dial
keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ITEM CODE
3. Enter item name (e.g., ROOM COST) via
keypad
ITEM CODE
4. Press Right Soft button to move cursor to tax
entries.
ITEM CODE
5. Enter the tax rates that apply to this item (‘1’ selects
each rate) and press Right Soft button to return to
step 2.
ITEM CODE
(00)
NAME:RM Deposit
(02)
NAME:
(02)
NAME: ROOM COST
(02)
TAXES:00000000
(02)
TAXES:11000000
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 761
TAX RATE SETUP
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[761] TAX RATE SETUP
This MMC allows the technician to set up the eight tax rates used in MMC 760. Each tax
rate may be defined as a fixed value or as a percentage of the item cost. In addition, a 10character name may be used to define the reason for the tax. The options are detailed below.
Option
TAX RATE
Description
The number assigned to this tax rate. Tax rates are numbered 1 to 8 to match the
rate field in MMC 760, counting from left to right.
TYPE
The type of tax. Defines if the VALUE is applied as a percentage (%) of the cost of
an item (e.g. service charge) or is added as a fixed currency value (C) to an item
or is applied as a Inclusive VAT percentage (I) of the cost of an item.
VALUE
The actual tax rate that will be applied to the item cost.
NAME
A 10-character name that will be displayed on the room bill alongside the tax.
CONDITIONS
This function can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
ENTERING CHARACTERS
Refer to ENTERING CHARACTERS in MMC 104, STATION NAME.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL RATES ARE %
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 761.
Display shows:
TAX RATE
2. Enter valid tax number, e.g., 2, via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TAX RATE
3. Dial 0 for ‘%’, 1 for ‘C’ or 2 for ‘I’.
(Refer to table above)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TAX RATE
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TYPE:% VAL:00.00
(2)
TYPE:% VAL:00.00
(2)
TYPE:C VAL:00.00
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4. Enter the tax rate or value via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection.
If valid entry, system advances cursor.
TAX RATE
5. Enter name and press Right Soft button to return to
step 2.
TAX RATE
(2)
TYPE:C VAL:01.25
(2)
NAME:MIA BED
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 760
ITEM COST TABLE
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[762] ROOM COST RATE
This MMC allows the technician to set up the cost rates for the week. Each room cost rate
can be assigned with a percentage of the actual room cost from Sunday to Saturday.
EXAMPLE: If you set SUN: 150 %, 1. MON: 100 %, 2.TUE: 090 % ...
Then, if you set £100 as the room cost when checking in a guest, the real room cost will be
£150 on Sunday, £100 on Monday and £90 on Tuesday.
CONDITIONS
This function can be used only when the Hotel function is enabled in MMC 813, HOTEL
OPERATION.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL RATES ARE 100 %
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 762.
Display shows:
RM COST RAT(SUN)
2. Dial day number 0-6 (e.g., 2)
OR
Press Volume button to select day and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
RM COST RAT(TUE)
3. Enter room cost rate (001-999, e.g., 090)
RM COST RAT(TUE)
100% :
100% :
100% :090
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 760
ITEM COST TABLE
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[763] SECOND LCR
Can not listen imagination tone if apply Net.LCR to use LCR function code better beside
LCR CODE. So USER must be able to specify Trunk Group to do route changing a Dial
digit.
In this case, after dialing digit is change outgoing digit to C.O., Trunk Group is specified
and can be originated by LCR
Description
Option
Range
IN DIGIT
after press E-LCR CODE user a Dial Digit
Max 16 digits
OUT DIGIT
In case of a Dial Digit of user ecomes Matching to table's IN DIGIT
Max 16 digits
actually, number (if IN DIGIT was not inputted input
prohibition) to rise from obscurity to outside
USE LCR NUM
When pressed E-LCR1, E-LCR2, what LCR CODE among ELCR3, E-LCR4, specify that use Digit inputted to IN DIGIT in case
ALL,
it is. If ALL selected, IN DIGIT in relevant Table can be
LCR2,
used with every matching.
E-LCR3, E-
E-LCR1, E-
LCR4
NEXT ROUTE
Input Trunk Group number to use when digit that become
LCR,
Matching to IN DIGIT was inputted. When was inputted,
Trunk Group
digit that become Matching to relevant Table's IN DIGIT in case it is
Number
LCR goes changed OUT DIGIT and does so that follow MMC710's
LCR DIGIT
CONDITIONS
MMC724 FEATURE CODE : E-LCR1, E-LCR2, E-LCR3, E-LCR4 addition
.
DEFAULT DATA
USE LCR NUM : ALL
NEXT ROUTE : LCR
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 763.
Display shows:
(001)IN DIGIT
2. Dial Table number 001-200
OR
Press Volume button to select Table number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
(001)IN DIGIT
3. Enter IN DIGIT maximum 16 digits, and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
(001)IN DIGIT
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4. Enter OUT DIGIT option number([1])
OR
Press Volume button to select OUT DIGIT and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
(001)OUT DIGIT
5. Enter OUT DIGIT maximum 16 digits, and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
(001)OUT DIGIT
6. Enter USE LCR NUM option number([2])
OR
Press Volume button to select USE LCR NUM and
press Right Soft button to move cursor
(001)USE LCR NUM
7 Enter USE LCR NUM maximum 16 digits, and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
7500
(001)USE LCR NUM
9
8. Enter NEXT ROUTE option number([3])
OR
Press Volume button to select NEXT ROUTE and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
(001)NEXT ROUTE
9. Enter USE LCR NUM maximum 16 digits, and press
Right Soft button to move cursor
(001)NEXT ROUTE
LCR
10. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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MMC 310
MMC 711
MMC 712
MMC 713
MMC 724
LCR CLASS
LCR TIME
LCR ROUTE
LCR MODF. DGT
NUMBER PLAN
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[800] ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
Used to open and close technician-level programming. If programming is not opened and
an attempt is made to access a system MMC, an error message will be displayed.
CONDITIONS
A 4-digit passcode is required to access this MMC. Each character can be digits 0-9. When
opened, this MMC enables access to all MMCs.
DEFAULT DATA
DISABLE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 800.
Display shows:
ENABLE TECH.PROG
2. Enter passcode.
ENABLE TECH.PROG
PASSCODE:
PASSCODE:∗∗∗∗
Correct code shows:
ENABLE TECH.PROG
DISABLE TENANT:1
Incorrect code shows:
ENABLE TECH. PROG
PASSCODE ERROR
3. Enter 1 to enable or 0 to disable.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move tenant number and
enter tenant number (1-2).
ENABLE TECH.PROG
4. Press Speaker button to advance to MMC entry level.
801:TEC.PASSCODE
ENABLE TENANT:1
SELECT PROG.ID
5. Enter the MMC required to begin programming
6. To log out and return to MMC 800, press
Volume button to select DISABLE.
OR
Press Speaker button then Transfer to return to
normal display.
Programming option will time out.
RELATED ITEMS
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CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE
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[801] CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE
Used to change the passcode which allows access to MMC 800, Enable Technician Program, from its current value.
CONDITIONS
The passcode is four characters long. Each character can be digits 0-9. The current or old
passcode is required for this MMC.
DEFAULT DATA
DEFAULT PASSCODE: 4321
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 801.
TECH. PASSCODE
NEW CODE:_
2. Enter new passcode.
TECH. PASSCODE
NEW CODE:∗∗∗∗
3. Enter new passcode again.
TECH. PASSCODE
VERIFY
4. If passcode is correct, press Right Soft
key to continue and enter desired MMC.
If passcode is incorrect.
TECH. PASSCODE
VERIFY
:SUCCESS
TECH. PASSCODE
VERIFY
System returns to step 2.
:∗∗∗∗
:FAILURE
TECH. PASSCODE
NEW CODE:∗∗∗∗
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 800
ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
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[802] CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC NUMBER
Allows the System Administrator (customer) to have access to certain MMCs. For example,
it is required that the customer has access to MMC 102, Call Forward, for call forwarding
but it is not required that the customer has access to MMC 710, LCR Digit Table, for LCR
dial plans.
This MMC is for both tenants.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 802.
Display shows:
CUST.USE MMC :1
2. Enter desired tenant number (1-2) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST.USE MMC :1
3. Enter desired MMC number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST.USE MMC :1
4. Enter 1 for YES or 0 for NO via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Left Soft button to return to step 3 to
make additional entries.
CUST.USE MMC :1
100:STN LOCK:YES
100:STN LOCK:YES
102:CALL FWD:YES
102:CALL FWD:NO
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[803] ASSIGN TENANT GROUP
Allows the assignment of tenant groups on a per-cabinet, slot and port basis. The simple
rule is Cabinet-Slot-Port = Tenant. The simplicity of this program allows for flexible assignments. The only information needed is the correct correlation of entries.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL ASSIGNMENTS: TENANT 1
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 803.
Display shows:
TENANT GROUP
2. Enter cabinet number (if no change press
Right Soft button to move cursor).
TENANT GROUP
3. Enter slot number (if no change press Right
Soft button to move cursor).
TENANT GROUP
4. Enter port number (if no change press
Right Soft button to move cursor).
TENANT GROUP
5. Enter tenant number (if no change press
Right Soft button to return to step 2).
TENANT GROUP
C:1 S:1 -01
C:1 S:1 –01
C:1 S:2 -01
C:1 S:2 -03
C:1 S:2 -03
T:1
T:1
T:1
T:1
T:2
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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NONE
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[805] TX LEVEL AND GAIN
Allows the system administrator to set the base level of TX volume on phones. There are
eight levels that can be controlled by the Volume buttons on phones, and 10 controllable
levels in the system. This MMC allows the system administrator to classify any desired
eight levels within 11.
No
0
Option
TX LEVEL CONTROL
1
MISC TSW GAIN
Description
Adjusts the transmitting sensitivity (max.: 9) Default values are:
INDEX: 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
LEVEL:
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
0
Adjusts the level of the internal music source of the MCP card or
the external music source of the MIS card (0~7, higher numbers
mean lower levels). Default value is 0.
2
TSW GAIN
Adjusts the tone sensitivity. There are eight types of matrix connec-
CONTROL
tions of the T-Switch that adjust the tone sensitivity (0-7, below).
Connection between Trunk lines are only applicable when set as 0
in MMC 421.
0 DGP
DLI phone
1 SLT
SLI phone
2 ATRK Analogue trunk
3 DTRK Digital trunk
4 DECT DECT terminal
5 VOIP MGI port or IP-based phone
6 SVMi SVMi port
7 WLAN WIP port
Do not change the default levels in this MMC without the assistance of
Technical Support.
DEFAULT DATA
RX
DGP
SLT
ATRK
DTRK
DECT
VOIP
SVMi
WLAN
DGPÆ
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
+1.9
SLTÆ
0.0
-2.5
0.0
-2.5
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
+1.9
ATRKÆ
0.0
0.0
+1.9
-6.0
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
+1.9
DTRKÆ
0.0
-2.5
+1.9
0.0
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
DECTÆ
0.0
0.0
0.0
+1.9
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
VOIPÆ
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
SVMiÆ
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
-6.0
0.0
WLANÆ
-6.0
-2.5
-6.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
+1.9
TX
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 805.
Display shows:
TX LEVEL CONTROL
2. Press Volume button to make selection (0-3) and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TX LEVEL CONTROL
3. (When the TX LEVEL CONTROL is selected)
a. Select the desired volume level via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to go to the next volume level
and press Right Soft button.
b. Enter desired volume data via dial keypad.
OR
4. (When the MISC TSW GAIN is selected)
a. Enter desired MISC/BGM TSW gain via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to select desired MISC/BGM
TSW gain and press Right Soft button.
5. (When the TSW GAIN CONTROL is selected)
a. Select the TX TWS connect type via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to go to the next TX TSW
connect type and press Right Soft button.
LEVEL 0Æ0
LEVEL 1Æ1
TX LEVEL CONTROL
LEVEL 1Æ1
TX LEVEL CONTROL
LEVEL 1Æ3
MISC TSW GAIN
BGM/MOH :0
TSW GAIN CONTROL
SLTÆDGP :+0.0
b. Select the RX TSW connect type via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to go to the next RX TSW
connect type and press Right Soft button.
TSW GAIN CONTROL
c. Enter desired TSW gain control data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll data and press
Right Soft button.
TSW GAIN CONTROL
SLTÆATRK:+0.0
SLTÆATRK:+1.9
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[806] CARD PRE-INSTALL
Allows the pre-programming of a card slot for a specific card type. A card inserted into a
system will not be recognized by the system until it is enabled using this MMC. Cards installed using this MMC will not be assigned in the system numbering plan—you should
use MMC 724 to assign the desired directory numbers to extensions, trunks, ports or miscellaneous functions.
If a card is removed and a different card is inserted, and this MMC is performed,
the memory associated with the previous card (e.g., key programming) will be
erased.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 806.
Display shows:
C:1–S:1
2. Enter cabinet number via dial keypad (e.g., 1)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
C:1–S:1
3. Enter slot number via dial keypad (e.g., 6)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
C:1–S:6
4. Dial 1 for YES to reset card or dial 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
C:1–S:6
5. Dial 1 for YES to reset card or dial 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
C:1–S:6
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8 DLIÆ8 DLI
16 DLIÆ16 DLI
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6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 724
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
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[807] PHONE VOLUME CONTROL
Allows the system administrator to set phone volume levels.
Phone Volume Level
No
FX
Type
No
Type
0
KEY TONE VOL
0
LINE VOLUME
1
SIDETONE VOL
1
SPEAKER VOLUME
2
HANDSET TX
2
NOR.LP ATTEN
3
MIC TX LEVEL
3
MIC LP ATTEN
4
NOISE GUARD
4
ACOU DECOUPL
5
NOISE THRES
5
ELEC DECOUPL
6
ALC THRES
6
T/R RATIO
7
TX/RX THRES.
7
R/T RATIO
8
TX/RX COMP
9
MIN RX VOL (28D, 12L, 21D, ITP)
Do not change the default levels in this MMC without the assistance of
Technical Support.
DEFAULT DATA
DEPENDS ON PHONE TYPE (SHOWN FOR 21D)
21D
FX
Type
Default
Type
Default
KEY TONE VOL
1
LINE VOLUME
3
SIDETONE VOL
1
SPEAKER VOLUME
14
HANDSET TX
4
NOR.LP ATTEN
4
MIC TX LEVEL
3
MIC LP ATTEN
5
NOISE GUARD
8
ACOU DECOUPL
8
NOISE THRES
1
ELEC DECOUPL
8
ALC THRES
7
T/R RATIO
2
TX/RX THRES.
3
R/T RATIO
2
TX/RX COMP
5
MIN RX VOL
6
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 807.
Display shows:
VOL.CONTROL:US24
2. Enter phone type via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
VOL.CONTROL:EU24
3. Enter volume item via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
VOL.CONTROL:EU24
4. Enter volume data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
VOL.CONTROL:EU24
KEY TONE VOL:1
KEY TONE VOL:1
SIDETONE VOL:1
HANDSET TX :6
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[810] HALT PROCESSING
Used only in the event that all data processing needs to be stopped either in a single cabinet
slot or in the entire system.
DEFAULT DATA
PROC
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 810.
Display shows:
HALT/PROCESSING
2. Enter cabinet selection via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
OR
Select all cabinets and slots (and go to step 4).
HALT/PROCESSING
C:ALL S:ALLÆPROC
C:1
S:ALLÆPROC
HALT/PROCESSING
C:ALL S:ALLÆPROC
3. Enter slot number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to advance cursor.
HALT/PROCESSING
C:1
S:2ÆPROC
4. Enter 1 for HALT or 0 for PROC.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to enter and return to step 2.
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[811] RESET SYSTEM
Provides a means of restarting the system. The system can simply be reset or it can be reset
and all memory cleared to default values.
Extreme care should be taken when using this MMC. If the system is restarted, all
voice/data connections are dropped. If memory is cleared, all customer data is deleted
and the system returns to default status.
No
Type
Description
0
RESET SYSTEM
System reset only with Smart Media read.
1
CLEAR MEMORY
System reset and make default system with Smart Media read.
2
FAST RESTART
System reset only without Smart Media read.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 811.
Display shows:
SYSTEM RESTART
2. Enter reset type (0-2) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYSTEM RESTART
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
SYSTEM RESTART
4. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button.
SYSTEM RESTART
RESET SYSTEM?NO
CLEAR MEMORY?NO
CLEAR MEMORY?YES
ARE YOU SURE?YES
If memory is cleared, system will return with
default time and date and default extension
numbers.
If system is reset only, it will return to normal
programmed status.
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NONE
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[812] SET COUNTRY CODE
Selects the country for correct system programming and operation.
This MMC must be run by the installing technician before any other programming is
done.
Do not change the default values in this MMC without the assistance of
Technical Support.
If you change the country selection, the system will restart and all customer
data returns to the default status of the selected country.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 812.
Display shows:
SELECT COUNTRY
2. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
SELECT COUNTRY
3. Press Volume button to select YES or NO and
press Right Soft button.
DEFAULTING SYSTM
Undefined
RUSSIA/CIS
ARE YOU SURE?NO
if you select ‘YES’, this will restart the system and all data will be defaulted.
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 811
RESET SYSTEM
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[813] HOTEL OPERATION
Allows the installing technician to enable the HOTEL feature.
DEFAULT DATA
DISABLE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 813.
Display shows:
HOTEL OPERATION
2. Dial 1 for ENABLE or 0 for DISABLE.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
HOTEL OPERATION
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
HOTEL OPERATION
4. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button.
HOTEL OPERATION
DISABLE
ENABLE
CHANGE NOW ? NO
ARE YOU SURE?YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
Hotel Related MMCs
MMC 221
MMC 222
MMC 513
MMC 760
MMC 761
MMC 762
EXTENSION TYPE
FAX PAIR
HOTEL TIMER
ITEM COST TABLE
TAX RATE SETUP
ROOM COST RATE
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[815] CUSTOMER DATABASE COPY
This enables the on-board customer database (SRAM) to be copied to the Smart Media
card database (SMDB) and also allows the SMDB database to be copied to the SRAM. A
daily save can be programmed to automatically save the SRAM to the SMDB. This ensures
that an up-to-date database is always available in case of a catastrophic failure. A daily save
time of 00:00 means that no daily save is performed.
It is recommended that the SMDB is cleared before the SRAM is copied to it. When the
SRAM is copied to the SMDB there is no interruption in service. If the SMDB is copied to
the SRAM, the system will reset to accept the new data.
SMDB (Smart Media card database)
Option
Description
S:mm/dd/yy hh:mm
Indicates the time the database was saved to the SMDB
CLEAR SMDB
Clear SMDB
COPY TO SRAM
Copy SMDB to SRAM
SRAM (MCP on-board database)
Option
Description
S:mm/dd/yy hh:mm
Indicates the time the SRAM was last saved
COPY TO SMDB
Copy SRAM to SMDB
DAILY SAVE hh:mm
The time the SRAM will be saved to the SMDB
A Smart Media card of 16 MB or 32 MB must be installed in order to copy the
SRAM to the SMDB.
DEFAULT DATA
DAILY SAVE 00:00 (no daily save)
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 815.
Display shows:
If the Smart Media card is in use, the display shows:
CUST DBASE:SMDB
S:12/01/01 00:00
CUST DBASE:SMDB
SMART IS BUSY
2. Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SMDB
S:12/01/01 00:00
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3. Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SMDB
4. Press Volume button to select YES or NO and
press Right Soft button.
CUST DBASE:SMDB
5. Press Volume button to select YES or NO and
press Right Soft button.
CUST DBASE:SMDB
If you select YES, the display shows.
CLEAR SMDB
CLEAR SMDB
:NO
:YES
ARE YOU SURE?NO
CUST DBASE:SMDB
Cleared....
6. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SRAM
7. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SRAM
8. Input save time.
OR
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SRAM
9. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CUST DBASE:SRAM
10. Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to make changes and return to
step 9.
DAILY SAVE:00:00
DAILY SAVE:00:00
DAILY SAVE:23:30
COPY TO SMDB:NO
CUST DBASE:SRAM
ARE YOU SURE?:YES
11. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[816] CONFERENCE GAIN
Adjusts the gain level for conference calls.
Do not change the default levels in this MMC without the assistance of
Technical Support.
DEFAULT DATA
YES
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 816.
Display shows:
CONFERENCE GAIN
2. Press Volume button to select YES or NO and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
CONFERENCE GAIN
USE DEFAULT : YES
USE DEFAULT : YES
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[818] PROGRAM DOWNLOAD
Change the system version by downloading the new version stored on the Smart Media
card to the MCP and TEPRI cards.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 818.
Display shows:
PGM DOWNLOAD
2. Press Volume button to select program type
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
PGM DOWNLOAD
3. Press Cabinet number (1~3) to download program
LP40 PGM:C1
MCP:MPE08301.PGM
LP4:LP450824.PGM
DOWNLOAD NOW?NO
4. Press Volume button to select YES and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
LP40 PGM:C1
DOWNLOAD NOW?YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[819] SMART MEDIA FILE CONTROL
Displays the size (in bytes) of various system program files on the SmartMedia card. Also
allows deletion of a file by selecting the file and pressing the HOLD key.
Files included in Smart Media are described below:
File Name
STARTUP.INI
Description
If you designate an MP40 program in MMC 818, related data are saved in this file.
This file is initially not included but is created when the above programs are selected at MMC 818.
MPExxxxx.PGM
Program for MP40 card.
Since the MP40 program is not installed on the MP40 card itself, at least one
MP40 program must be included in Smart Media to start the system
LP4xxxxx.PGM
LP40 program. The LP40 program is installed on the card itself. The one included in Smart Media is used for software version upgrade.
PR2xxxxx.PGM
TEPRI2 program. The TEPRI2 program is installed on the card itself. The one
included in Smart Media is used for software version upgrade
LPPxxxxx.PGM
LCP program. The LCP program is installed on the card itself. The one included in Smart Media is used for software version upgrade
PRIxxxxx.PGM
TEPRI program. The TEPRI program is installed on the card itself. The one
included in Smart Media is used for software version upgrade.
DATABASE.ENT
This file is created in Smart Media when DB is saved to SMDB by MMC 815.
Initially not included, this file is created only when SMDB is created by MMC
815.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 819.
Display shows:
STARTUP.INI
2. Press Volume button to select program type and
press Hold button to move cursor delete Selection
MPE08301.PGM
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to delete file and move cursor
step 2.
MPE08301.PGM
sz:512 bytes
sz:14418432 bytes
DELETE FILE? NO
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[820] ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID
This MMC is used to assign the system link ID for PRI and VoIP networking. Up to 100
link IDs can be entered including SELF ID. In addition, each Link ID is associated with the
IP address and IP address type of the MCP card for that system.
Option
Description
LINK ID
System ID for networking feature.
SIGNAL G/W
System IP address for VoIP networking
IP TYPE
System IP address type for VoIP networking. SELF system IP address type
determines ‘SYSTEM IP TYPE’ in MMC 830.
CONDITIONS
‘SELF’ represents self-node, and must be set to use the networking function. Items other
than ‘SELF’ are used for station numbers and can be omitted.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 820.
Display shows:
SELF :LINK ID
2. Enter SELF link ID via dial keypad and
press Right Soft button.
SELF :LINK ID
3. Press Volume button to select other link ID
and press Right Soft button to mover cursor.
SYS01:LINK ID
4. Enter other link ID via dial keypad and
press Right Soft button.
SYS01:LINK ID
11
22
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 821
MMC 823
MMC 824
MMC 830
ASSIGN NETWORK TRUNK
ASSIGN NETWORK COS
NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
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[821] ASSIGN NETWORK TRUNK
Assigns the Q-signalling PRI trunk for networking. It is assigned data on a per-TEPRI card
basis.
DEFAULT DATA
NORMAL
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 821.
Display shows:
[701] Q-SIG TRK
2. Enter first trunk number of PRI card.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[701] Q-SIG TRK
3. Enter 0 for NORMAL, or 1 for Q-SIGNALLING.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and move cursor.
[701] Q-SIG TRK
NORMAL
NORMAL
Q-SIGNALLING
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[822] VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE
Assigns the virtual extension port type.
No.
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
Port Type
SLT
24 BTN SET
12 BTN SET
7 BTN SET
6 BTN SET
28 BTN SET
18 BTN SET
8 BTN SET
38 BTN SET
21 BTN SET
14 BTN SET
LARGE SET
7 BTN LCD
0 BTN LCD
NONE
Description
Emulates SLI port
24 button phone
12 button phone
7 button phone
6 button phone
28 button phone
18 button phone
8 button phone
38 button phone
21 button phone
14 button phone
Large LCD phone
7 button LCD phone
0 button LCD phone
Not used
DEFAULT DATA
3501-3522 : SLT
3401-3440: 21 BTN SET
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 822.
Display shows:
[3501]PORT TYPE
2. Enter virtual extension number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
OR
Select all ports
[3501] PORT TYPE
3. Enter virtual extension type
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and move cursor.
[3501] PORT TYPE
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[823] ASSIGN NETWORK COS
Assigns the class of service for networking.
No
Option
Default
Description
01
CALL OFFER
Y
Call Offer
04
CC SIG CONN
Y
CC Retention of Signal Connection
05
CC SVC RETN
Y
CC Service Retention
06
CCBS
N
Call Completion to Busy Subscriber
07
CCNR
N
Call Completion on No Reply
08
CFB
Y
Call Forward Busy
09
CFNR
Y
Call Forward No Reply
10
CFU
Y
Call Forward Unconditional
11
CI
N
Call Intrusion
12
CI CAPABIL
2
Intrusion Capability Level (1~3)
14
CI PROTECT
2
Intrusion Protection Level (0~3)
23
CONP LEVEL
3
CONP Level (0: none, 1: Alert, 2: Busy, 3: Both)
26
CT RE-ROUTE
N
Transfer By Rerouting
27
DND TONE
N
DND Announcement
28
DNDO
Y
Do Not Disturb Override
29
DNDO CAPABL
2
DNDO Capability Level (0~3)
30
DNDO PROTEC
2
DNDO Protection Level (1~3)
31
PAGE
Y
PAGE
32
PATH REPL.
Y
Path Replacement
33
PATH RETEN
N
Path Retention
CONDITIONS
NONE
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 823.
Display shows:
NETWORK COS (01)
2. Dial the class of service number(01-30).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
NETWORK COS (02)
3. Dial the feature number.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
NETWORK COS (02)
4. Enter 0 for NO, or 1 for YES.
OR
Press Volume button to select YES or NO and
Press Right Soft button to store data.
NETWORK COS (01)
01:CALL OFFER :Y
01:CALL OFFER :Y
03:CC PATH RSV:Y
03:CC PATH RSV:N
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 301
ASSIGN STATION COS
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[824] NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION
Assigns the digit translation table used for networking. Generally, under networking conditions, you must dial the node ID and extension number to call the another node extension.
In this MMC, the system provides a simple digit translation so that the user need only dial
the extension number to call the station on the other node. The access digit needs to be programmed in MMC 724 (‘NTWK LCR DIAL NO.’ option) first. The system allows 96 entries for network dial translation.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 824.
Display shows:
01:601Æ
2. Dial the entry number.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
01:601Æ_
3. Enter digit string for access to node (max. 8 digits)
and press Right Soft button to move cursor.
01:601Æ60201
4. Enter number of digits user will dial (e.g. 3 for 3digit extension).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
01:601Æ60201
5. Enter max. number of digits system will dial
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
01:601Æ60201
6. Enter YES/NO to display other node extension
01:601Æ60201
in internal extension number format.
SIZE:0
SIZE:0
SIZE:0
MAX:00
MAX:00
MAX:00
SIZE:3 MAX:00
SIZE:3 MAX:08
DISP:N
MBX:N
OR
Press Volume button to select and press Right Soft
button to move cursor.
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7. Enter YES/NO to assign Mailbox to remote
extension automatically.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
01:601Æ60201
DISP:Y
MBX:N
8. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 710
MMC 724
MMC 820
LCR DIGIT TABLE
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID
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[825] ASSIGN NETWORKING OPTIONS
Assigns the options used for networking.
No
0
Option
ADD NUMBER TO NAME
Description
Assign to includes the extension number in the name field of
Q-SIG standard message.
1
USE REMOTE VM
Assign to use SVMi on remote system.
2
REMOTE VM NUMBER
Assign to access number of remote SVMi when the Remote
VM is used.
3
REMOTE CID NUMB
Assign to use delete node number when CID number send to
SVMi.
4
USE REMOTE ATTN
5
REMOTE ATTN NUMB
Use Attendant on remote system (RING 1-6, Y/N)
Access number of remote Attendant when the remote Attendant is used (RING 1-6)
6
SPNET DIGIT SEND
Specify by which method dialled digits are sent across the
network.
DEFAULT DATA
ADD NUMB TO NAME: YES
USE REMOTE VM: NO
REMOTE VM NUMBER: NONE
REMOTE CID NUMB: YES
USE REMOTE ATTN: NO
REMOTE ATTN NUMB: NONE
SPNET DIGIT SEND: MGI SIGNALLING
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 825.
Display shows:
ADD NUMB TO NAME
2. Dial the option number.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
USE REMOTE VM
3. Dial 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to select YES/NO and
press Right Soft button to mover cursor.
USE REMOTE VM
YES
NO
YES
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[826] ASSIGN SYSTEM REFERENCE CLOCK
The system clock may be synchronized with an external clock source from the TEPRI or
BRI card, or it can use the internal clock source.
This MMC can assign the system clock source priority when the external clock source is
used.
DEFAULT DATA
PRIORITY 1: C1-S0
PRIORITY 2: C1-S1
PRIORITY 3: C1-S3
PRIORITY 4: C1-S4
PRIORITY 5: C1-S5
PRIORITY 6: C1-S6
PRIORITY 7: C1-S7
PRIORITY 8: C1-S8
PRIORITY 9: C1-S9
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 826.
Display shows:
REFERENCE CLOCK
2. Dial the priority number (1-6).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
REFERENCE CLOCK
3. Dial the priority data.
OR
Press Volume button to select and Press
Right Soft button to store.
REFERENCE CLOCK
PRIORITY 1:C1-S3
PRIORITY 1:C1-S3
PRIORITY 1:C1-S3
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[827] CRM DSP MODE SELECT
CRM D-Board has 2 dsps and each dsp is operated one mode of DTMFR, R2MFC, CID.
This MMC can assign crm dsp mode, and if there is not CRM Board in LP40, display ‘NO
CRM’.
CONDITION
CRM board must be equiped in LP40 cards
DEFAULT DATA
DSP1: DTMFR,
DSP2:DTMFR
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 827.
Display shows:
C:1-LOC:1-DSP:1
2. Dial the cabinet number (1-3).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
C:1-LOC:1-DSP:1
3. Dial the LOC number (1-2).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
C:1-LOC:1-DSP:1
4. Dial the DSP number (1-2).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
C:1-LOC:1-DSP:1
5. Dial digit to select crm mode (0-2).
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
C:1-LOC:1-DSP:1
DTMFR
DTMFR
DTMFR
DTMFR
DTMFR
ÆDTMFR
ÆDTMFR
ÆDTMFR
ÆDTMFR
ÆDTMFR
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[829] LAN PRINTER PARAMETERS
This program sets the various parameters required for printing to a LAN-connected device.
The data listed below can be printed.
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
SMDR
UCD REPORT
TRAFFIC REPORT
ALARM REPORT
UCD VIEW
PERIODIC UCD
HOTEL REPORT
PMS
The items that are set in this program are:
No
Option
00
DATA TYPE
01
CURR STATUS
OFF
Current status of the LAN printer
02
EMPTY BUFF
NO
Prints all data left in the buffer
03
UPDATE LAN
NO
Applies modified values set in this MMC
04
DESTINATION
OFF
Data transmit destination (Off, Printer, PC, Both)
05
PRINTER IP
200.1.1.1
The IP address of the LAN printer
06
PRINTER TCP
10010
The TCP port of the printer
07
LAN TCP
10020
LAN TCP port
08
RETRY COUNT
03
Re-transmit attempt count (00~10)
09
RETRY WAIT
010 sec
Wait time for re-transmit (005~250 sec)
10
PJL ENABLE
FALSE
Sets PJL (0. FALSE, 1. TRUE)
11
LANGUAGE
RAW
Printer language (0. RAW, 1. PCL, 2. PS)
12
PAPER SIZE
A4
Paper size (0. A4, 1. LETTER)
13
FONT TYPE
COURIER
Font type (0.COURIER, 1.TIMES NEW ROMAN)
14
DUPLEX ENAB
FALSE
Sets duplex (0. FALSE, 1. TRUE)
15
ORIENTATION
PORTRAIT
Orientation (0. PORTRAIT, 1. LANDSCAPE)
16
PRINT TRAY
DEFAULT
Printer tray (0.Default, 1.Tray1, 2.Tray2, 3.Manual)
17
RESOLUTION
300
Resolution (0.300, 1.600)
18
LINE/PAGE
60
Lines per page
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DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 829.
Display shows:
[01] DATA TYPE
2. Enter type of data to be printed.
OR
Press Volume button to select the type and
press the Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[02] DATA TYPE
3. Enter the item number
OR
Press Volume button to select the item and
press the Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[02] PRINTER IP
4. Select the data.
OR
Press Volume to select the data and press
Right Soft button to move the cursor.
[02] PRINTER IP
SMDR
UCD REPORT
200. 1. 1. 1
168.219. 83.101
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[830] ETHERNET PARAMETERS
This MMC provides a mean to configure the Internet Protocol (IP) addressing of the MCP
card.
No
Parameter
00
SYSTEM IP ADDR
01
SYSTEM GATEWAY
Description
Specifies the IP address for the MCP card.
Specifies the designated gateway IP address used for contacting
IP devices beyond the local network subnet.
02
SYSTEM NET MASK
Specifies the IP subnet mask.
This parameter is used by the system to calculate the range of IP
devices (subnet) that are within ‘direct reach’ of the MCP (without
having to go through the designated network IP gateway).
03
SYSTEM RESET
Prompt to reset system MCP when system IP address is changed.
This reset is same as FAST RESTART in MMC 811.
04
SYSTEM IP TYPE
Specifies if the system will be routing data over a public or private
network.
05
SYSTEM PUBLIC IP
The MCP will originate communications to IP phones and VoIP
connections outside the local network using this IP address. Communications to/from this IP will require involvement of the MGI
card. The system identifies communications to/from this address
as ‘public’. This allows devices, on remote networks/subnets, to
establish communications with the system, without exposing the
LAN. See ‘SYSTEM IP TYPE’.
07
08
SYSTEM DHCP
Specifies if the MCP card is automatically assigned an IP address
MODE
from the Data Server (WIM board, the OS7400 router)
SYSTEM MAC ADDR
For reference, and cannot be changed. The unique hardware
(MAC) address of the MCP card.
09
SYSTEM IP VERS
Specify the system IP address is IPv4/IPv6
10
DATA SERVER IP
IP address of Data Server
11
FEATURE SVR IP
IP address of separate Feature Server
12
PCMMC ADDRESS
When the system wants to connect to PCMMC, it will be sent to
this IP address for a connection message. (Reserved for future
use.)
13
SM MANAGER IP
Not used.
14
CTI SERVER ADDR
IP address of CTI Server
17
NEWS ADDRESS
IP address of News Server
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ETHERNET PARAMETERS
- The first three parameters: SYSTEM IP ADDR, SYSTEM GATEWAY, and SYSTEM NET MASK are stored separately from the main system database and thus
will not be defaulted when MMC811 ‘CLEAR MEMORY’ is performed. Furthermore, any changes to these parameters will not be applied until the MCP2 is reset.
- When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each (octet) field. For example 192.168.1.10 should be entered as: 192 168 001 010.
CONDITIONS
y
This MMC must be used if there are ITP phones and/or MGI cards on the system.
y
After changing Ethernet parameters, restart the system to apply the new settings.
DEFAULT DATA
SYSTEM IP ADDR: 165.213.97.185
SYSTEM GATEWAY: 165.213.97.1
SYSTEM NET MASK: 255.255.255.0
SYSTEM RESET: NO
SYSTEM IP TYPE: PRIVATE IP ONLY
SYSTEM PUBLIC IP: 1.1.1.1
SYSTEM DHCP MODE: STATIC
SYSTEM MAC ADDR: CARD DEPENDENT
DATA SERVER IP: 0.0.0.0
FEATURE SVR IP: 0.0.0.0
PCMMC ADDRESS: 168.219.1.101
SM MANAGER IP: 0.0.0.0
CTI SERVER ADDR: 0.0.0.0
NEWS ADDR: 0.0.0.0
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ACTION
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DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 830.
Display shows the system IP address.
SYSTEM IP ADDR
2. Press Volume button to make selection and
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYSTEM IP ADDR
3. Using the keypad, enter 3-digit IP numbers
(e.g. 192 168 001 010 for 192.168.1.10).
Cursor will return to step 1 upon completion
of IP address entry.
SYSTEM IP ADDR
4. Press Volume button to make selection and
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYSTEM GATEWAY
5. Using the keypad, enter 3-digit IP numbers
(e.g. 192 168 001 001 for 192.168.1.1)
Cursor will return to this step on completion
of system gateway entry.
SYSTEM GATEWAY
6. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYSTEM RESTART
7. Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to store and move cursor.
SYSTEM RESTART
165.213. 97.185
165.213. 97.185
192.168.001.010
165.213. 97.
1
192.168.001.001
ARE YOU SURE? NO
ARE YOU SURE? NO
8. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[831] MGI PARAMETERS
This MMC provides a mean to configure the Internet Protocol (IP) addressing of the MGI
card(s) in the system.
No
Parameter
0
IP ADDRESS
1
GATEWAY
Description
Specifies the IP address for the MGI card.
Specifies the designated IP gateway address used for contacting
IP devices beyond the local subnet.
2
SUB MASK
Specifies the IP subnet mask. This parameter is used by the system to
calculate the range of IP devices (subnet) that are within ‘direct reach’
of the MGI (without having to go through the designated network IP
gateway).
3
IP TYPE
Specifies if the system will be routing data over a public or private
network.
4
PUBLIC IP
The MGI will originate communications, to IP phones and VoIP
connections outside the local network, using this IP address. If this
IP address sets 0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255 or default value then this
MGI card uses private IP only. See System IP Type on MMC 830.
5
PUB PORT
Public Port
6
VERSION
No entry required. Used to indicate revision of MGI3 S/W.
8
CARD RESET
Reboots MGI card.
9
IP VERSION
Specidies MGI IP version is IPv4 / IPv6.
MGI PARAMETERS
- IP ADDRESS, GATEWAY, and SUB MASK—any changes to these parameters
will not be applied until the MGI card is reset.
- When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each (octet) field. For example, 192.168.1.10 should be entered as 192 168 001 010.
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CONDITIONS
This MMC cannot be accessed unless there is an MGI card installed in the system.
DEFAULT DATA
IP ADDRESS: 1.1.1.1
GATEWAY: 1.1.1.1
SUB MASK: 255.255.255.0
IP TYPE: PRIVATE IP ONLY
PUBLIC IP: 1.1.1.1
PUB PORT: 00000
VERSION: V4
CARD RESET: NO
IP VERSION: IPv4
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 831.
Display shows the first MGI card.
[3801] IP ADDRESS
2. Enter MGI number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3801] IP ADDRESS
3. Enter MGI parameter number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3801] IP ADDRESS
4. Enter MGI parameter.
OR
Press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3801] IP ADDRESS
168.219. 76.101
168.219. 76.101
168.219. 76.101
165. 10.
1.100
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[832] VoIP ACCESS CODE
Provides a means to apply the Internet Protocol (IP) address to the VoIP gateway. This
MMC also assigns the number of channels that can be used for IP faxes.
TABLE (00~62): Outbound or Inbound table used for specific access codes. Usually when
the MCP2 card is used as a VoIP gateway, the Outbound table is used. The Inbound table is
used to determine the number of digits to receive before processing the call. Each table has
63 entries (00~62).
No
0
Option
ACCESS DGT
Description
This is the access code that is used once the VoIP gateway is accessed; this directs a call based on the routing tables used. An access
code table then references an access code and correlates an IP address to the access code for routing. A maximum of eight digits are
available.
1
DGT LENGTH
This field requests the number of digits that are expected to be received
to make up the whole access code.
2
DEL.LENGTH
This is the number of digits to delete after receiving the access code.
If no digits are deleted the access code will be sent as part of the call to
the destination to continue routing.
3
INSERT DGT
Digit(s) to insert for routing at the destination. This can be used when
different numbering plans exist or if a dial 9 access is to be inserted in
the dialled digits.
4
IP TABLE 1
This is the first table referenced for routing the access code to an IP
address. The system has 64 IP tables (00~63) with 16 entries (00~15) in
each table. See MMC 833.
6
IP START
This entry indicates where in a table to start looking for an IP code to
associate with the access code. This can be used to manage where to
start looking for an IP address in high traffic VoIP gateway applications.
For example: If IP address routing to the desired destination is known to
be in the last seven entries of a table, the IP START location would be 8.
IP address searching would start at entry 8.
7
GK USE
This parameter determines whether a H.323 Gatekeeper will be utilized
to establish this connection.
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DEFAULT DATA
ACCESS DGT: 00~09 (digits 0~9), 10~62 NONE
DGT LENGTH: 1
DEL.LENGTH: 1
INSERT DGT: NONE
IP TABLE 1: 00
IP START: NONE
GK USE: NO
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 832.
Display shows the outbound and first access
code.
(O:00)ACCESS DGT
2. Enter 0 for O (outbound) or 1 for I (inbound)
code table.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
(O:00)ACCESS DGT
3. Enter access code table number (00-62) via dial
keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
(O:01)ACCESS DGT
4. Enter access code item (0-6) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
(O:01)ACCESS DGT
5. Enter access code data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and move cursor.
(O:01)ACCESS DGT
0
0
1
1
840
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 833
MMC 834
MMC 836
MMC 837
VOIP IP TABLE
H.323 OPTIONS
H.323 GATEKEEPER OPTIONS
SIP OPTIONS
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[833] VoIP IP TABLE
This MMC provides the IP addresses in tables pointed to by the VoIP code entry (MMC
832). There are 63 tables with up to 16 entries each. The destination IP address is required
to route dialled digits based on the access code and digits dialled. The IP entry field is divided into 4 sections allowing modification of separate IP address fields.
When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each
(octet) field. For example, 192.168.1.10 should be entered as 192 168 001 010
DEFAULT DATA
TB(00) ENTRY(00): MMC 830 SYSTEM IP ADDR
ALL OTHERS: EMPTY
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 833.
Display shows the first table number.
TB(00)
2. Enter table numbe r(00-62) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TB(00)
3. Enter entry number (00-15) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
TB(00)
4. Enter IP address via dial keypad.
Cursor will be return step 3.
TB(00)
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
ENTRY (00)
0.
0
ENTRY (00)
0.
0
ENTRY (00)
0.
0
ENTRY (00)
165.213. 87.110
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC entry.
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RELATED ITEMS
MMC 830
MMC 832
MMC 834
MMC 837
MMC 838
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
VOIP ACCESS CODE
H.323 OPTIONS
SIP OPTIONS
PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES
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[834] H.323 OPTIONS
This MMC provides various VoIP support options. The options set in this MMC apply system wide.
No
Parameter
Description
Default
00
GATEWAY CALL ID
Numeric identifier for system (up to 12 digits).
1234
01
H.323 FAST SETUP
Enables or disables the H.323 Fast Start call setup
ENABLE
method.
02
CALLER ID TYPE
This option controls the calling party identification
ANI
type. There are 3 possible selections :
0 GWID: shows the gateway call ID.
1 ANI: shows the calling station number
2 IP: shows the calling H.323 gateway IP address.
06
TUNNELING
Enables or disables the need for additional chan-
ENABLE
nels using H.245 signalling. Tunneling allows use
of the H.245 signal channel with the Q.931 channel.
07
DEFAULT DIL NO
This allows programming of the default direct-in-
500
line number when digits are missing or incorrect on
an inbound call.
11
CODEC AUTO NEGO
Enables or disables Auto CODEC Negotiation
ON
when the MGI is used as an H.323 gateway.
14
SIGNAL PORT
Indicate the port number for H.323 signalling and
10000
sets a range of numbers allowed by firewall
equipment. The common and default IP path or
port used is 10000.
17
SEND CLIP TABLE
Refers to SEND CLI NUMBER (MMC 323), which
1
provides calling party identification when using the
MGI as a H.323 gateway. This provides station ID
of the calling station. A single-digit value corresponding with the desired table in MMC 323
should be entered here. This is only used when
MMC 405 value is null.
18
INCOMING MODE
This option selects how incoming calls are routed
when the MGI is used as a H.323 gateway.
0 FOLLOW TRUNK RING: Follows MMC 406
1 FOLLOW DID TRANS: Follows MMC 714
2 FOLLOW INCOM DGT: Follows MMC 724
FOLLOW
DID TRANS
19
ALLOW GW CHECK
When using a gatekeeper, this permits the H.323
gateway to check for gatekeeper presence.
DISABLE
20
CLIR WITH NUMBER
When this option is enabled, the CLIP number is
sent to the network even if the CLIP restriction flag
is set.
DISABLE
21
USE OVERLAP DIAL
Enables use of overlap dialling
ENBLOC
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DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 834.
Display shows the first option.
GATEWAY CALL ID
2. Enter H.323 option number (00-20) via
dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
H.323 FAST SETUP
3. Enter H.323 option data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
H.323 FAST SETUP
1234
DISABLE
ENABLE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[835] MGI DSP OPTIONS
This MMC provides various MGI DSP options.
No
00
Parameter
CODEC-FRAME
Description
Default
Selects which audio CODEC compression will be used
G.729A –
and the transmission interval time of VoIP packets gen-
40 Ms
erated by the MGI card. MGI3 card supports
G.729A(8 K), G.729(8 K), G.711(64 K), and
G.723.1(5.3~6.4K).
01
ECHO CANCEL
Enables or disables echo cancellation. This function
ENABLE
removes the echo that is generated by voice reflection
and packet delay.
02
SILENCE SUP
This parameter determines whether silence suppression
DISABLE
is used. This prevents transmission during the silence
period of a call, and conserves bandwidth when enabled.
03
IN FILTER
This option selects input filtering of the DSP. This should
ENABLE
always be set to ENABLE.
04
OUT FILTER
This option selects output filtering of the DSP. This
ENABLE
should always be set to ENABLE.
05
INPUT GAIN
PCM input gain value of DSP. The range is-
32
31 dB~32 dB(0~63).
This set the quality of PCM voice from the VoIP DSP to
the site. Default is 32(0 dB).
06
VOICE VOL
This value selects the voice volume. The range is-
32 (0 dB).
31 dB~31 dB(0~63).
08
JITTER OPT
This is a scale value that introduces a intentional
4
buffer(delay) of the transmission of VoIP packets generated by the MGI card. This value determines whether
the focus is on packet loss or packet delay.
The range is 00~12.
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Parameter
MIN JITTER
Description
Decides the minimum time to consider delay for jitter
Default
30 ms
adjustment.
The range is 010~300 ms
10
MAX JITTER
Decides the maximum time to consider delay for jitter
150 ms
adjustment.
The range is 010-300 ms.
11
FAX ECM
This option selects retry of Fax-over-IP if errors are de-
ENABLE
tected.
12
MAX FAX CNT
This is the maximum number of channels that can be
2
simultaneously used for Fax-over-IP. The range is
00~16.
13
DTMF TYPE
There are two types of DTMF transmission: INBAND,
OUTBAND
which is industry standard (H.245) type DTMF transport,
and OUTBAND which is a Samsung proprietary
method.
14
TOS FIELD
An 8-bit binary value that will be used by external
All bits 0
routers, switches, etc, (that optionally support TOS-bit
prioritization) to identify the transport-priority value of
data packets generated by the MGI card. This value can
be left at the default value (00000) if your network infrastructure does not support this method of bandwidth
management.
15
FAX RETRY
This option selects retry count of Fax-over-IP if errors
3
are detected. The range is 0~4 (0 means no retry).
16
RTP CHK TM
This options selects the interval time for sending RTCP.
5 SEC
17
USE T38 711
If use T38 FAX, specifies 711 Codec use
Enable
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 835.
Display shows the first option.
MGI3:CODEC-FRAME
2. Enter MGI type (0-2) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
MGI3:CODEC-FRAME
3. Enter MGI DSP parameter via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
MGI3:CODEC-FRAME
4. Enter MGI DSP parameter.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
MGI3:CODEC-FRAME
G.729A –40 MS
G.729A –40 MS
G.729A –40 MS
G.729A –20 MS
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 831
MGI PARAMETERS
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[836] H.323 GK OPTIONS
Provides a means to set the H.323 gatekeeper parameters for an optional, external industrystandard H.323 network gatekeeper, using Registration, Admissions and Status signalling
(RAS). The settings apply system wide.
When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each
(octet) field. For example, 192.168.1.10 should be entered as 192 168 001 010
No
Parameter
00
GK CONNECTION
Description
This enables the H.323 call to connect to a gate-
Default
DISABLE
keeper.
01
GK ROUTING
This enables routing of calls through a gatekeeper.
DISABLE
02
GK IP ADDRESS
This is the gatekeeper’s IP address.
0.0.0.0
03
GK NAME
This is the alphanumeric identifier of the gatekeeper.
‘Gatekeeper’
(Up to 16 characters.)
04
This provides an alternate gatekeeper address.
0.0.0.0
H.323 GATEWAY
This is the H.323 identifier used by the MGI when
‘OfficeServ’
ID
registering with the gatekeeper. (Up to 32 charac-
ALTER GK IP
ADDR
05
ters.)
06
E.164 GATEWAY
This is the E.164 identifier used by the H.323 trunk
NO
when registering with the gatekeeper. (Up to 16 dig-
1234
its long.)
07
GK KEEP ALIVE
This is the timer that the MGI uses to acknowledge
0 SEC
the presence of the gatekeeper. The range is
000~999 seconds.
08
GK DOWN ROUTE
This provides an alternate route if the primary gate-
PSTN
keeper is down. Selections are PSTN or ALTER GK.
09
GK RAS TYPE
Select if AUTO or MANUAL, depending on your
AUTO
gatekeeper’s capabilities.
10
12
URQ REASON
Select ON or OFF for use of Un-register Request
MODE
RAS (URQ) messages.
RRQ FAIL TIME
Programs the time frame to re-send Registration
ON
30 seconds
Request RAS (RRQ) messages to a gatekeeper.
The range is 1~99.
13
GRQ SEND
Select ON or OFF for use of Gatekeeper RAS Re-
OFF
quest (GRQ) messages.
14
USE MULTI E.164
When this option is set to ENABLE, the E.164 identi-
DISABLE
fier can be assigned.
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Parameter
Description
E.164 LISTS
Default
This is the E.164 identifier used by the H.323 trunk
NONE
when registering with the gatekeeper. There is a
maximum 32 E.164 identifier lists with a digit string
length of 16 digits.
16
GK REGISTERED
Display the status of registration to the Gatekeeper.
NO
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 836.
Display shows the first available option.
GK CONNECTION
2. Enter H.323 GK option via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
GK ROUTING
3. Enter H.323 GK option data.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and return step 3.
GK ROUTING
DISABLE
DISABLE
ENABLE
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 834
H.323 OPTIONS
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[837] SIP OPTIONS
This MMC permits the adjustments of optional Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunk parameters. The MCP supports SIP and H.323 on a per-call-per-port basis. The settings are
system wide.
When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each
(octet) field. For example, 192.168.1.10 should be entered as 192 168 001 010.
No
00
Parameter
GATEWAY
Description
Default
Numeric system identifier (up to 12 digits).
‘1234’
CALLER ID
This option controls the calling party identification type.
ANI
TYPE
There are 3 possible selections:
CALL ID
01
0 GWID: shows the gateway call ID.
1 ANI: shows the calling station number (default)
2 IP: shows the calling H.323 gateway IP address.
05
DEFAULT DIL
This allows programming of the default direct-in-line
NO
number when digits are missing or incorrect on an in-
5000
bound call.
06
UDP PORT:
Sets the UDP port used on a SIP trunk call.
5060
Sets the UDP port used on a SIP phone call.
5070
RE-TRANS.
The initial re-transmission time if there is no answer,
500 ms
T1 TIME
based on the RFC2543 specification. The range is
TRUNK
07
UDP PORT:
PHONE
09
0~9900 ms.
10
RE-TRANS.
The maximum re-transmission time if there is no answer,
T2 TIME
based on the RFC2543 specification. The range is
4000 ms
0~9900 ms.
11
RE-TRANS.
The time the User Agent Server waits after receiving the
T4 TIME
ACK message. Based on the RFC2543 specification. The
5000 ms
range is 0~9900 ms.
12
GENERAL
The server retransmits the response for this length of
RING TM
time until the requested retransmission is received. For
5000 ms
example, the wait time after sending 200 OK for INFO.
The range is 0~99900 ms.
13
INVITE LING
After the client sends ACK for the INVITE Final Response, the
TM
client cannot confirm if the server received the ACK message.
5000 ms
The client waits for this length of time after sending ACK
for the Final Response. The range is 0~99900 ms.
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Parameter
Description
PROVISIONAL
After receiving the Provision Response, the User Agent
TIME
waits for this length of time until Timeout ends. The range
Default
180000 m
is 0~999900 ms.
15
INV.NO RESP
Before sending Cancel for the Invite Request, the User
TIME
Agent waits for this length of time. The range is
5000 ms
0~99900 ms.
16
GEN.NO
Before sending Cancel for General Request, the User
RESP TIME
Agent waits for this length of time. The range is
5000 ms
0~99900 ms.
17
REQ.RETRY
After sending General Request, the User Agent waits for
TIME
the Final Response for this length of time. The range is
5000 ms
0~99900 ms.
18
20
SIP SERVER
Sets ENABLE or DISABLE to use an optional, external
DISABLE
ENABLE
industry-standard SIP Server.
SIP SERVER
Sets SIP server IP address.
0.0.0.0.
Sets the port to use on the SIP Server.
5060
Indicates the port number for SIP signalling and sets a
10000
IP
28
SIP SERVER
PORT
29
SIGNAL PORT
range of numbers allowed by firewall equipment. The
common and default IP path or port used is 10000.
32
SEND CLIP
Refers to SEND CLI NUMBER (MMC 323), which pro-
TABLE
vides calling party identification when using the MGI as a
1
SIP gateway.
This provides station ID of the calling station. A singledigit value corresponding to the desired table in MMC
323 should be entered here. This is only used when
MMC 405 value is null.
33
INCOMING
This option selects how incoming calls are routed when
FOLLOW DID
MODE
the MGI is used as a SIP gateway.
TRANS
0 FOLLOW TRUNK RING: Follows MMC 406
1 FOLLOW DID TRANS: Follows MMC 714 (default)
2
34
35
FOLLOW INCOM DGT: Follows MMC 724
ALLOW GW
When using a gatekeeper, this permits the SIP gateway
CHECK
to check for gatekeeper presence.
DISABLE
REGIST T-GW
System number when registering as a trunking gateway.
4100
4200
NUM
36
37
38
REGIST S-GW
System number when registering as a gateway for sta-
NUM
tions.
CLIR WITH
When this option is enabled, the CLIP number is sent to
the network even if the CLIP restriction flag is set.
DISABLE
NUMBER
SIP
Display the status of registration to the SIP Server.
NO
REGISTERED
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GW SERVICE
When using SIP Server, if this option is ENABLE, then
DISABLE
register by user and if DISABLE then register by system
number
40
GW DOMAIN
Domain name for authorization when using SIP Server
NAME
41
GW USER ID
User ID for authorization when using SIP Server
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 834.
Display shows the first option.
GATEWAY CALL ID
2. Enter SIP option number 00-38 (e.g. 01) via dial
keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
CALLER ID TYPE
3. Enter SIP option data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
CALLER ID TYPE
1234
ANI
IP
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 323
MMC 405
MMC 306
MMC 714
MMC 724
MMC 832
MMC 834
CALLING PARTY NUMBER
TRUNK CO TEL NUMBER
TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT
DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION
DIAL NUMBERING PLAN
VOIP ACCESS CODE
H.323 OPTIONS
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[838] PRIVATE IP ADDRESSES
This MMC is used to select which SYSTEM IP Address (PRIVATE or PUBLIC) is used to
connect other devices via an H.323 or SIP trunk. The device which use the PRIVATE IP
Address assigned in this MMC, the PRIVATE SYSTEM IP Address will be used to connect
the device.
When changing any IP address/value, three digits must be entered for each
(octet) field. For example, 192.168.1.10 should be entered as 192 168 001 010.
DEFAULT DATA
TABLE (80): 165.213.255.255
ALL OTHERS: 0.0.0.0
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 838.
Display shows the first table number.
PRIVATE IP
2. Enter table number (01-80) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
PRIVATE IP
3. Enter IP address via dial keypad.
Cursor will return to step 3.
PRIVATE IP
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
(01)
0
(01)
0
(01)
165.213. 87.110
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC entry.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 830
MMC 832
MMC 834
MMC 837
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
VOIP ACCESS CODE
H.323 OPTIONS
SIP OPTIONS
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[840] IP PHONE INFORMATION
This MMC provides a means to register IP phones with the OfficeServ 7400 system. During registration, the IP and MAC addresses are also registered. The User ID and Password
must match the table entry in this MMC for the IP phone to be registered. The system default phone numbers are 3201~3299 and default User IDs match the default station numbers. The system default password is 1234. IP phones must be individually programmed
with a User ID and Password in order to register with the system.
No
00
Option
USER ID
Description
Default
This is the ID the IP phone must match to register
First 99 IP phones
with the OfficeServ 7400 system (alphanumeric).
are 3201~3299,
others are EMPTY
01
USER PSWD
This is the password the IP phone must have to reg-
‘1234’
ister with the OfficeServ 7400 system (alphanumeric).
02
IP ADDR
This is the IP address of the IP phone when regis-
0.0.0.0.
tered with the system. (Read only.)
03
MAC ADDR
This is MAC address of the IP phone when regis-
FFFFFFFFFFFF
tered with the system. (Read only.)
04
SIG PORT
This is the IP UDP port of the IP phone when regis-
6000
tered with the system. (Read only.) This information
will be needed when traversing NAT routers, firewalls, etc.
05
VOICE PORT
This is the IP RTP port of the IP phone when regis-
9000
tered with the system. (Read only.) This information
will be needed when traversing NAT routers, firewalls, etc.
06
IP TYPE
This is the type of IP network used: PRIVATE or
PRIVATE
PUBLIC.
07
DSP TYPE
This selects which CODEC this phone’s DSP will use.
G.729A
G.729A (low bandwidth) or G.711(high bandwidth).
This data uses IP phone to IP phone connection
only; others follow MGI CODEC type.
08
PHONE TYPE
This the type of IP phone used, SAMSUNG or SIP
SAMSUNG
(future). Use SAMSUNG.
09
REGIST CLR
This is used to clear the registration of a particular
NO
IP phone. This is similar to unplugging and plugging
in the phone and is useful for maintenance.
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Description
FRAME
This value determines the transmission interval time of
COUNT
VoIP packets generated by the IP phone. This data
Default
20 ms
uses MMC 841 ITP DSP PARA DOWN = PHONE DATA
only. The range is 10~40 ms.
11
JITTER BUF
Decides the minimum time to consider delay for jitter
20 m
adjustment. This data uses MMC 841 ITP DSP PARA
DOWN = PHONE DATA only. The range is 10~90 ms.
12
TOS FIELD
An 8-bit binary value that will be used by external
All bits 0
routers, switches, etc, (that optionally support TOS-bit
prioritization) to identify the transport-priority value of
data packets generated by the IP phone. This value can
be left at the default value (00000) if your network infrastructure does not support this method of bandwidth
management. This data uses MMC 841 ITP DSP PARA
DOWN = PHONE DATA only.
13
S/W VERSION
14
S/W UPGRADE
Display IP phone software version. (Read only.)
-
This is used as IP phone software upgrade request
-
command. When YES is selected and Right Soft button
is pressed, the system requests IP phone software upgrade with TFTP IP address.
15
TIME ZONE
Allows remote IP phones to display own time zone.
00.00
16
PUBLIC TO
When this option is set to USE MGI, the MGI can be
NOT USE MGI
PUBLIC
allocated between remote IPs in the same private zone.
SIG TYPE
This option can change UDP/TCP signal type for IPs.
17
UDP
(ITP V3.xx only supports the TCP signal type. If TCP is
set and ITP V2.xx attempts to connect, the TCP signal
type will change from TCP to UDP automatically.)
18
PRIVATE IP
Displays private IP address of remote IP phone allo-
-
cated by phone’s router.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 840.
Display shows:
[3201]USER
2. Enter IP phone number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3210]USER
3. Enter IP phone option number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
[3210]DSP TYPE
4. Enter option data via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and
press Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
[3210]DSP TYPE
ID
3201
ID
3210
G.729A
G.711
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 615
MMC 616
MMC 830
MMC 831
MMC 835
MMC 841
MGI GROUP
MGI USER
ETHERNET PARAMETERS
MGI PARAMETERS
MGI DSP OPTIONS
SYSTEM IP OPTIONS
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[841] SYSTEM IP OPTIONS
This MMC provides various proprietary Samsung VoIP and IP integration options. The options set in this MMC apply system wide.
No
00
Option
PHONE VERSION
Description
Sets running IP-based phone and new phone soft-
Default
0000
ware version with the system.
0 LARGE DGP: Large LCD phone
1 LARGE ITP: Large LCD IP-based phone
2 2LINE ITP2: 2-line LCD IP-based phone
3 WIPM APPL: Wireless IP-based mobile phone
software.
4 SOFT PC: IP phone emulation on PC (SoftPhone application)
5 SOFT PDA: IP phone emulation on PDA (SoftPhone application)
8 WIPM BOOT: Wireless IP-based mobile phone
boot program.
9 SOFT MENU: Soft menu version
01
PHONE TFTP IP
Sets phone software upgrade TFTP server IP ad-
0.0.0.0
dress.
02
ITP REGISTRATION
Defines the method that IP-based phones use to
register with the system.
0 TYPE:
SYS PSWD
a) SYS PSWD: System will authenticate the
IP-based phones with the value in ITP
REGISTRATION: PSWD parameter (see 1,
below).
B) PHONE PSWD: System will authenticate
the IP-based phones according to entries
made in MMC 840.
c) DISABLE: System will not authenticate
IP-based phones.
1 PSWD: This is a system-wide password used
‘1234’
for registration of IP phones.
03
EASYSET OPTION
Sets EasySet link via LAN option with the system.
0 PSWD: This is a system-wide password used
‘1234’
for authentication of EasySet server.
1 ALIVE: This is an EasySet link via LAN alive
0 SEC
check timer.
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CTI LINK OPTION
Description
Default
Sets CTI link via LAN option with the system.
0 SMDR REPORT: Sets YES or NO for SMDR data
NO
to CTI link via LAN.
1 UCD REPORT: Sets YES or NO for UCD data to
NO
CTI link via LAN.
2 ALIVE: This is a CTI link via LAN alive check
300 SEC
timer. If this is set to 0, the system will not
check link alive.
05
ITP DSP PARA
Sets IP phone DSP parameter system wide.
0 M-FRAME: This value determines the trans-
10 ms
mission interval time of VoIP packets generated
by the IP phone. This data uses DOWN = SYS
DATA only (see 3, below). The range is
10~40 ms.
1 JITTER: Decides the minimum time to consider
20 ms
delay for jitter adjustment. This data uses
DOWN = SYS DATA only (see 3, below). The
range is 10~90 ms.
2 TOS: An 8-bit binary value that will be used by
All bits 0
external routers, switches, etc, (that optionally
support TOS-bit prioritization) to identify the
transport-priority value of data packets generated by the IP phone. This value can be left at
the default value (00000) if your network infrastructure does not support this method of
bandwidth management. This data uses DOWN
= SYSTEM DATA only (see 3, below).
3 DOWN: Determines whether system-wide data
SYS DATA
or individual phone data is used for DSP control
of IP-based phones.
a) SYSTEM DATA: System-wide data will be
used (MMC 841)
b) PHONE DATA: Individual phone data will
be used (MMC 840)
06
07
ITP TX GAIN/HSET
ITP RX GAIN/HSET
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Sets IP-based phone Handset TX gain value of
Depends on
each level.
country
Sets IP-based phone Handset RX gain value of
Depends on
each level.
country
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ITP TX GAIN/MIC
Description
Sets IP-based phone MIC gain value of each level.
Default
Depends on
country
09
10
ITP RX GAIN/SPKR
Sets IP-based phone SPKR gain value of each
Depends on
level.
country
ITP VERS
Sets IP-based phone software upgrade option with
UPGRADE
the system.
0 TYPE:
a)
MMC COMMAND: IP-based phone soft-
MMC
COMMAND
ware upgraded manually in MMC 840.
b) PHONE CON: IP-based phone software
upgraded automatically when phone connected.
c) AUTO TIME: IP-based phone software upgraded automatically at set time.
1 START (HHMM): IP-based phone software
0000 (Disable)
automatic upgrade start time.
2 INTERVAL: IP-based phone software automatic
10 seconds.
upgrade interval time.
11
MGI ALIVE PERIOD
Set the time interval of checking the link connec-
-
tion of MGI card and the system.
13
LICENSE KEY
Insert the license key to enable SoftPhone connec-
NONE
tion.
14
LICENSE STATUS
The status (Valid or Invalid) of the inserted license
-
key.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 841.
Display shows the first available option.
PHONE VERSION
2. Enter option category number 0-13 via dial
keypad (e.g. 2)
OR
Press Volume button to make select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ITP REGISTRATION
3. Enter option number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
ITP REGISTRATION
4. Enter option data.
OR
Press Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
ITP REGISTRATION
LARGE DGP: 0000
TYPE: SYS PSWD
PSWD: 1234
PSWD: 8228
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 840
IP PHONE INFORMATION
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[842] SIP STATION INFORMATION
This MMC provides a means of registering the SIP with the OfficeServ 7400 system.
No.
Parameter
Description
0
USER ID
When phone is registered, user ID for checking user
1
HOST NAME
Name of phone host device
2
USER PSWD
When phone is registered, user password for checking user
3
IP ADDR
IP address of IP phone
PHONE TYPE
Type of phone connected
4
CISCO/SAMSUNG
5
USER FLAG
-
6
AUTH TYPE
-
7
ALGO USED
Encryption algorithm used
8
CURRENT STATUS
connected or disconnected
3
MAC ADDR
Hardware address of IP phone
4
SIG PORT
IP port to communicate with message to IP phone
5
VOICE PORT
IP port to communicate with voice packet to IP phone
6
IP TYPE
Type of IP address (0. PRIVATE, 1. PUBLIC)
7
DSP TYPE
DSP type if communicating as IP phone
(0. G.711, 1. G.729A)
8
PHONE TYPE
Type of IP Phone (0. SAMSUNG, 1. SIP STANDARD)
9
REGIST CLR
Delete information for registered IP phone
10
FRAME CNT
This parameter set to buffering count of voice packets in case of
transferring ones
11
JITTER BUF
This parameter provide guideline of controlling Jitter Buffering operation when voice packet translate PCM voice packet
12
TOS FIELD
Set to TOS (Type Of Service) field value
13
SW VERSION
Display registered IP phone version
14
SW UPGRADE
Set to SW upgrade
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DEFAULT DATA
Parameter
Default
USER ID
Initial IP Phone Number (e.g. 3601)
HOST NAME
NONE
USER PSWD
1234
IP ADDR
0.0.0.0
PHONE TYPE CISCO/SAMSUNG
CISCO
USER FLAG
ENABLE
AUTH TYPE
LOCAL
ALGO USED
MD5
CURRENT STATUS
Not registered
MAC ADDR
FFFFFFFFFFFF
SIG PORT
-
VOICE PORT
-
IP TYPE
PRIVATE
DSP TYPE
G.729A
PHONE TYPE
SAMSUNG
REGIST CLR
-
FRAME CNT
-
JITTER BUF
2 (x10MS)
TOS FIELD
00000000
SW UPGRADE
-
ACTION
1. Press Transfer button and enter 842.
DISPLAY
[3201]USER ID
3201
2. Enter IP phone number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
3. Enter option number via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
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OR
Press Right Soft button to save and return to step 3.
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[3202]IP TYPE
PUBLIC
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
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[843] NTP SERVER INFORMATION
This MMC provides options for NTP (Network Time Protocol) Server with the OfficeServ
7400 system.
DEFAULT DATA
Option
Default
NTP SERVER USE
NO
NTP SERVER TYPE
DOMAIN NAME
NTP SERVER IP
0.0.0.0
NTP SERVER DOMAIN
NONE
ACTION
1. Press Transfer button and enter 843.
DISPLAY
NTP SERVER USE
NO
2. Press Volume button to select option and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
NTP SERVER USE
3. Press Volume button to select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
NTP SERVER USE
NO
YES
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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[844] IP STATION TYPE
Assign the IP station type (DESKTOP PHONE or MOBILE PHONE). For example,
ITP-5012L, ITP-5014D or ITP-5021D must be set to DESKTOP PHONE and WIP-5000M
must be set to MOBILE PHONE.
DEFAULT DATA
001~032 for DESKTOP PHONE, 033~064 for MOBILE PHONE.
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 844.
INDEX:001 [3201]
DESKTOP PHONE
2. Dial index number (e.g., 033)
OR
INDEX:033 [3301]
MOBILE PHONE
Press Volume button to select and press Right Soft
button to move cursor.
3. Dial 1 or 0 to select type.
(1: MOBILE PHONE, 0: DESKTOP PHONE)
INDEX:033 [3301]
DESKTOP PHONE
Press Volume button to make select and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[845] WLAN PARAMETERS
This MMC modifies the WLAN parameters.
The SYSTEM KEY is used internally to distinguish between systems when registering a
terminal. The default value is ‘00000’, but this must be changed to another value to enable
the use of WLAN terminals. In addition, the SYSTEM KEY serves as an identification ID
when a WLAN terminal connects to the WBS24.
The default value of the SYSTEM ID, ‘WBS24’, must also be changed to another value in
order to use multiple systems in one area. The DNS setting for WLAN is additionally described in this MMC.
Set the network configuration for WBS24 by setting the IP assignment, Netmask and
Gateway. These settings should be compatible with the Intranet since the network configuration setting is essential for data service. In addition, the RF frequency for WBS24 should be selected. Currently up to 14 frequencies may be selected.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) variables used for the WBS24 (Basic) can be defined.
WLAN PARAMETER
No
00
Parameter
SYSTEM ID
Description
ID used for distinguishing systems in a wireless
Default
WBS24
environment. Different IDs must be assigned to
different systems.
01
SYSTEM KEY
Key used for registering terminals. Different values
00000
must be assigned to each system.
02
03
04
st
1 DNS IP
nd
DNS IP
nd
WBS IP
2
2
First Domain Name Server (DNS) IP address
0.0.0.0
Second Domain Name Server (DNS) IP address
0.0.0.0
IP addresses of all WBSs in system used by wire-
168.208.144. 10
less terminal. Different IPs must be assigned to
each system.
05
CODEC LIST
CODEC that can be used for VoIP calls between
CODEC 1: G.729
WBS24 and terminal. G.711u, G.711a, G.726, and
CODEC 2: NONE
G.729 can all be assigned.
CODEC 3: NONE
CODEC 4: NONE
06
RF CHANNEL
Set a RF CHANNEL value that can be used by
USE CH 1: 01
WBS.
USE CH 2: 06
USE CH 3: 11
USE CH 4: 00
USE CH 5: 00
USE CH 6: 00
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No
Parameter
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Description
Default
07
VERSION
WLAN module version.
Version
08
TFTP SERVR
WBS UPGRADE Server IP.
0.0.0.0
09
TFTP FILE
WBS UPGRADE file name.
WBS00000.TFP
10
WBS TX PWR
TX POWER of all WBSs.
DEFAULT
19
CLR WBSREG
Initializes registration data of all WBSs.
NO
WBS PARAMETER
There are two types of WBS, the COMBO AP and BASIC AP. A system cannot use both
types of WBS at the same time. The AP type to be used can be set in MMC 849. Depending
on the selected AP type, this program displays COMBO AP (CWBS), and BASIC AP
(BWBS).
y
When using COMBO AP (CWBS)
WBS24 COMBO is connected to a WLI card. Up to three WLI cards can be installed.
(A single WLI card can connect up to eight WBS24 COMBOs.)
y
When using BASIC AP (BWBS)
WBS24 BASIC is connected to the system through the network and requires an MGI
port to provide tone and call path connection.
No
Parameter
Description
Default
00
IP ADDRESS
WBS24 IP address for Ethernet.
0.0.0.0
01
GATEWAY
Gateway address of the WBS24 Network.
0.0.0.0
02
NET MASK
Netmask of the WBS24 Network.
255.255.255.0
03
MAC ADDR
MAC address of WBS24 received by the system
FFFF FFFF FFFF
when WBS24 is connected.
04
VERSION
WBS24 software version.
Version
05
STATUS
Alive operation status.
OFF
06
RF CH.
RF channel no. used by each WBS24 .
1, 6, or 11
07
TX POWER
TX POWER of each WBS.
DEFAULT
09
TIME ZONES
Time zone service for each WBS
00:00
10
PARA CLR
Initializes WBS registration data.
NO
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SIP PARAMETER
No
0
Parameter
RE-TRANS T1
Description
When using an unreliable transmission protocol such
Default (ms)
500
as UDP, retransmission is required when no reply is
received. RE-TRANS.T1 TIME is the initial retransmission interval defined in RFC2543.
1
RE-TRANS T2
Maximum retransmission interval defined in RFC
4000
2543
2
RE-TRANS T4
RFC 2543 defines this parameter for various pur-
5000
poses. For example, this parameter can be used as
the time waited by User Agent Server after receiving
ACK message in an unreliable transmission protocol.
3
GEN RING TM
When using an unreliable transmission protocol, the
6000
server cannot be sure if the client has received the
last reply. Thus, the server must retransmit the reply
for this length of time until it receives the requested
retransmission. For example, this parameter can be
used as the waiting time after sending 200 OK for
INFO.
4
INV RING TM
When using an unreliable transmission protocol, the
1000
client cannot verify if the server has received the
ACK returned to the server for the INVITE Final Response. The client waits for this length of time after
sending the ACK for the Final Response.
5
GEN NO RESP
Waiting time before cancelling SIP related Request.
5000
6
INV NO RESP
Waiting time before cancelling SIP INVITE Request.
6000
7
REQ
Waiting time for receiving final response for SIP re-
5000
RETRY
lated Request.
PROVISIONAL
On receiving Provision Response, the User Agent
8
180000
must wait for this length of time until Timeout.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 845.
WLAN: SYSTEM ID
WBS24
2. When the cursor is on WLAN, press Volume button
and select WLAN, WBS, or SIP.
WLAN: SYSTEM ID
3. Press Right Soft button to move to the SYSTEM ID.
When the cursor is below SYSTEM ID, press
Volume button to select the setting menu for WLAN.
WLAN: SYSTEM ID
WBS24
WBS24
4. Set the items below at the WLAN menu.
SYSTEM ID: Use the Soft button to move the
cursor and enter the new WLAN SYSTEM ID to
register.
WLAN: SYSTEM ID
WBS24
Press Soft button and proceed to next register status.
Register the SYSTEM KEY.
WLAN: SYSTEM KEY
00000
Register the 1st DNS server IP.
WLAN: 1ST DNS IP
0.
Register the 2nd DNS server IP.
0
WLAN: 2ND DNS IP
0.
Register the 2nd WBS IP.
0. 0.
0. 0.
0
WLAN: 2ND WBS IP
0.
0. 0.
0
Select the voice codec. Select from G711a, G711u,
and G729 CODEC.
Numbers are given from 1 to 4 based on priority.
WLAN: CODEC LIST
Select the usable RF channel. Maximum six channels
can be used for a system.
(Default RF channel: 1, 6, 11)
WLAN: RF CHANNEL
Used to change the TX POWER of all WBS.
(Default: LEVEL 1~4)
WLAN: WBS TX PWR
Used to clear registration information of all WBS.
WLAN: CLR WBSREG
CODEC 1: G.711a
USE CH 1: 01
DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE?NO
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5. Set the items below at the WBS24 menu. The selected WBS is as set in MMC 849 (SELECT AP
TYPE option) i.e. CWBS=COMBO WBS,
BWBS=BASIC WBS.
Register the WBS24 IP ADDRESS.
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CWBS1: IP ADDR
0.
Register the WBS24 NET MASK.
0. 0.
0
CWBS1: NET MASK
255.255.255.
Register the WBS24 GATEWAY.
CWBS1: GATEWAY
0.
Displays the WBS24 MAC ADDRESS.
0
0. 0.
0
CWBS1 : MAC ADDR
FFFF FFFF FFFF
Displays the WBS24 VERSION.
CWBS1 : VERSION
Displays the WBS24 STATUS.
CWBS1 : STATUS
OFF
Register the WBS24 RF CHANNEL. (The WBS RF
channel must be selected from the pre-assigned
RF channels in WLAN RF CHANNELS).
CWBS1 : RF CHAN
Register the WBS24 TX POWER.
(Default: LEVEL 1~4)
CWBS1 : TX POWER
Used to clear the WBS parameter.
CWBS1 : PARA CLR
USE CH 1:01
DEFAULT
ARE YOU SURE?NO
6. Set the items below at the menu.
Register the RE-TRANS T1.
The initial re-transmission time if no answer,
based on the RFC2543 specification.
The range is 0-9900 ms. (Default: 500 ms)
Register the RE-TRANS T2.
The maximum re-transmission time if no answer,
based on the RFC2543 specification.
The range is 0-9900 ms. (Default: 4000 ms)
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000500MS
SIP : RE-TRANS T2
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Register the RE-TRANS T4. The time the User Agent
Server waits after receiving the ACK message.
Based on the RFC2543 specification.
The range is 0-9900 ms. (Default: 5000 ms)
SIP : RE-TRANS T4
Register the GEN RING TM. The server retransmits
the response for this length of time until the
requested retransmission is received. For example,
the wait time after sending 200 OK for INFO.
The range is 0-99900 ms. (Default: 6000 ms)
SIP : GEN RING TM
Register the INV RING TM. After the client sends
ACK for the INVITE Final Response, the client
cannot confirm if the server received the ACK message. The client waits this long after sending ACK for
the Final Response.
The range is 0-99900 ms. (Default: 1000 ms)
SIP : INV RING TM
Register the GEN NO RESP. Before sending Cancel
for General Request, the User Agent waits this long.
The range is 0-99900 ms. (Default: 5000 ms)
SIP : GEN NO RESP
Register the INV NO RESP. Before sending Cancel
for the Invite Request, the User Agent waits this
long.
The range is 0-99900 ms. (Default: 5000 ms)
SIP : INV NO RESP
Register the REQ RETRY. After sending General Request, he User Agent waits for the Final Response
for this length of time.
The range is 0-99900 ms Default is 5000 ms
SIP : REQ RETRY
Register the PROVISIONAL. After receiving the
Provision Response, the User Agent waits this long
until Timeout ends.
The range is 0-999900 ms. (Default: 180000 ms)
SIP : PROVISIONAL
005000MS
006000MS
001000MS
005000MS
006000MS
005000MS
180000MS
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MMC 847
MMC 848
MMC 849
WIP INFORMATION
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
WLAN CONFIGURATION
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[846] WIP INFORMATION
This MMC sets up the WIP-5000M wireless terminal information.
No
Parameter
Description
Default
00
REGISTERED
Shows if the terminal is registered
NO
01
LOCATED
Shows if the terminal is connected to the system
DETACH
02
PHONE TYPE
Shows the type of the terminal
NONE
03
WLI NUMBER
Number of WLI connected to the WBS24 servic-
-
ing the terminal
04
WBS NUMBE
Number of WBS24 servicing the terminal
-
05
IP OFFSET
Location of IP pool of the terminal IP
-
06
IP ADDRESS
Terminal IP address
0.0.0.0
07
MAC ADDR
Terminal MAC address
0000 0000 0000
08
USER ID
User ID per terminal
1212
09
PASSWORD
Password of terminal user
0000
10
INSERT DGT
If five or more numbers are entered into the WIP
-
terminal, this INSERT DGT is prefixed to the
numbers, provided the entered numbers do not
start with a C.O. number, C.O. group number,
LCR, network LCR, or function code.
DEFAULT DATA
SEE DESCRIPTION
ACTION
1. Press Transfer button and enter 846.
DISPLAY
[3301] REGISTERED
NO
2. Dial the WIP number.
OR
Press Volume button to select station and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
3. Set the items below at the menu.
Confirm the status of terminal registration for each
phone number.
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NO
[3301] REGISTERED
NO
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Displays the location of the registered terminal.
[3301] LOCATED
DETACH
Displays the PHONE TYPE of the registered terminal.
[3301] PHONE TYPE
Displays the WLI NUMBER of the registered terminal (currently not used)
[3301] WLI NUMBER
Displays the WBS NUMBER of the registered terminal.
[3301] WBS NUMBER
Displays the IP OFFSET of the registered terminal.
[3301] IP OFFSET
Displays the IP ADDRESS of the registered terminal.
[3301] IP ADDRESS
Displays the MAC ADDRESS of the registered terminal.
[3301] MAC ADDR
Register the USER ID of the terminal.
[3301] USER ID
1212
Register the PASSWORD of the terminal.
[3301] PASSWORD
0000
Register the INSERT DGT for the terminal.
(These digits will be automatically inserted in
front of user dialling digits when there are more
than 4 digits and they do not start with the trunk access code or feature code)
[3301] INSERT DGT
_
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MMC 849
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
WLAN CONFIGURATION
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[847] WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
This MMC is used for rebooting all or individual WBS24s and for initializing the WLI card.
The operational status of the WLI and WBS24 can also be displayed.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button, and enter 847.
RESET :WLI :1
RESET NOW
? NO
2. Select the item number (0: RESET, 1: STATUS)
OR
Press Volume button to select item number and
press Right Soft button to move cursor.
RESET :WLI :1
3. Select the type (WLI or WBS)
RESET :WLI :1
RESET NOW ?
RESET NOW ?
4. Select the card number.
NO
NO
RESET :WLI :2
RESET NOW ?
NO
If you press ANS/RLS or CONF button, all WLI (or
all WBS) will be selected.
5. Press Soft button, or press [1] to select YES,
and the WBS will be initialized.
RESET :WLI :2
6. To verify the status of the WLI or WBS, select 1.
STATUS: WLI
RESET NOW ?
C1S1
OFF
NO
OFF
STATUS: CWBS:01Æ
Y N N N N N N N
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 846
MMC 848
MMC 849
WIP INFORMATION
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
WLAN CONFIGURATION
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[848] WLAN IP/MAC LIST
This MMC is used when viewing the IP list assigned to WLAN, or when creating a new IP
list. This IP address is automatically assigned to WIP-5000M during a new registration
procedure. If the IP address is already assigned, the assigned terminal number will be
shown in the USED field.
Also, the MMC is used to set MAC addresses in the terminal in order to use the wireless
LAN (not yet implemented).
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button, and enter 848.
IP:001 USED:
0.
2. Select the menu (0: IP LIST, 1: MAC LIST)
0
0.
0.
0
IP:001 USED:
168.
5. A number next to USED indicates the terminal number to which the IP ADDRESS was assigned.
0. 0.
IP:001 USED:
_ 0.
4. Enter the IP ADDRESS.
0
IP:001 USED:
0.
3. Select the table number.
0. 0.
0.
0.
0
IP:001 USED:3301
168.219.149.
5
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MMC 847
MMC 849
WIP INFORMATION
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
WLAN CONFIGURATION
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[849] WLAN CONFIGURATION
This MMC is used to set the WLAN configuration.
Parameter
Description
REGISTER VoWLAN
Enable or disable registration of new WIP-5000M mobile phone.
WIP REGIST CLEAR
Used to clear the registration of WIP. FORCED mode clearing is used
when the device is not connected normally (e.g. device broken), otherwise the NORMAL mode clearing can be used.
WBS WEP SERVICE
Enable or disable the WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) feature
WEP KEY
Assign the WEP key (13 characters only)
STATIC WBS IP
Select the use of Static WBS IP
STATIC WIP IP
Select the use of Static WIP IP
SELECT AP
Select if using COMBO or BASIC APs (If COMBO is selected, a WLI card
must be installed in the system. BASIC allows APs to run without this
card.)
DEFAULT DATA
REGISTER VoWLAN: DISABLE
WIP REGIST CLEAR: FORCED
WBS WEP SERVICE: DISABLE
WEP KEY: NONE
STATIC WBS IP: DISABLE
STATIC WIP IP: DISABLE
SELECT AP TYPE: BASIC AP (DEPENDS ON COUNTRY)
ACTION
1. Press Transfer button, and press 849.
DISPLAY
ENTER PASSWORD
_
2. Enter the PASSCODE.
(This PASSCODE is assigned in MMC 202
WLAN REGST)
ENTER PASSCODE
3. Select ENABLE to register a terminal.
REGISTER VoWLAN
****
ENABLE
4. Select WIP REGIST CLEAR to clear the registration
status for a terminal.
WIP REGIST CLEAR
5. Select the WEP KEY setting when ENCRYPTION
is selected.
WBS WEP SERVICE
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DISABLE
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6. Enter WEP KEY values when the WBS WEP SERVICE is enabled (13 characters only)
WEP KEY
7. Select ENABLE to use the static WBS IP.
STATIC WBS IP
DISABLE
8. Select ENABLE to use the static WIP IP.
STATIC WIP IP
DISABLE
9. Select AP TYPE of the system. If you change the AP
type, the system must be restarted.
SELECT AP TYPE
COMBO AP
SELECT AP TYPE
RESET SYSTEM?NO
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MMC 847
MMC 848
WIP INFORMATION
WLAN RESET AND STATUS CHECK
WLAN IP/MAC LIST
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[850] SYSTEM RESOURCE DISPLAY
This MMC is used for system resource display (used and free resources). This is a READONLY MMC.
0.
1.
2.
3.
DTMFR DSP’S
CID DSP’S
R2MFC DSP’S
CONF GROUP’S
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 850.
Display shows:
DTMFR DSP’S
2. Enter the option number (0-3).
OR
Press Volume button to select.
CID DSP’S
USE:000 FREE:012
USE:000 FREE:014
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button advance to next MMC.
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[851] ALARM REPORTING
This MMC is used to view, store, print or clear system alarms. Two levels of faults are displayed via an alarm code: major alarms and minor alarms. Major alarms codes are usually
service affecting and require a certified technician to determine the fault. A minor alarm indicates a fault that may or may not be service affecting and usually does not seriously degrade the system’s operating capabilities.
The alarm buffer holds up to 100 alarms on a first in-first out (FIFO) basis. Alarms provide
a date and time stamp based on the system time. If applicable, the hardware cabinet, port,
and/or slot will be displayed. If an ALARM SIO port is programmed (MMC 804), alarm
information can be printed on demand and as it is provided.
ALARM REPORTING OPTIONS (Select one of the options)
No
0
1
Option
Description
VIEW ALARMS
View alarm buffer.
OVERFLOW
Determines buffer control when buffer is full.
CONTROL
0 OVERWRITTEN: When buffer is full, the oldest entry in
buffer is overwritten. (Default.)
1 STOP RECORDING: When buffer is full, stop recording
alarms.
2
CLEAR ALARM BUF
Clears alarm buffer.
3
PRINT ALARM BUF
Prints contents of alarm buffer to the assigned alarm IO port.
ALARM CODE DEFINITION
See Alarm Code Definitions in MMC 852
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 851.
Display shows:
SYS ALARM REPORT
2. Enter desired option.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
SYS ALARM REPORT
3. System displays the alarm count number, date and
time stamp.
Alarm type and cause code will display.
[00] 02/18 14:30
4. Press Volume button to scroll through other alarms.
OR
Press Right Soft button to return to step 2.
SYS ALARM REPORT
VIEW ALARMS
VIEW ALARMS
MNF02 C1-S02
VIEW ALARMS
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 852
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
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[852] SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
This MMC allows the assignment of system alarms to ring and display on stations that
have an Alarm key assigned. The Alarm key is assigned in MMC 722 (Station Key Programming). Alarm key programming is tenant wide (tenants 1 and 2). Alarms not programmed to report to the system Alarm key will still be retained in the maintenance alarm
buffer for Alarm Reporting (MMC 851). The alarm buffer holds up to 100 alarms on a First
In-First Out (FIFO) basis. Pressing the Alarm key will silence the audible alarm until another alarm is generated by the system. Alarm conditions that have multiple causes (e.g.,
PRI errors and synchronization loss) will print all associated alarm information if an SIO
port is programmed as an ALARM port. The specific fault alarm data can be displayed via
MMC 851, System Alarm Reporting.
Alarm Notification Off/On (0/1) determines if the alarm provides a visual and audible notification to the system Alarm key station(s). Pressing the Alarm key and
the Release key will silence the audible alarm only at the station that pressed the
Alarm key and the Release key.
Alarm Code Definitions:
No
01
Code
Alarm Name
MJA--
MCP2 Error
MJA01
POR Restart
Definition
System Fault
MCP2 restart process has been executed via power on
restart (POR).
02
MJA02
Soft Restart
03
MJA03
Mem Reset
MCP2 restart process has been executed via button reset.
The system RAM has been cleared via manual programming (PCMMC or KMMC) resulting in a system reset.
04
MJA04
MCP Reset
The MCP2 has software exception error.
Alarm data = Reason
- BUS ERR: Restart Bus Error
- ADDR.ERR: Restart Address Error
- ILLEGAL: Restart Illegal Opcode
- ZERO DIVID: Restart Zero Divide
- PRIVILEGE: Restart Privilege Violation
- ENDL LOOP: Restart Endless Loop
05
MJA05
LCP Reset
The SCP2 or LCP2 has reset
Alarm data = Cabinet (1, 2 or 3)
06
MJA06
PCM Switching
A fault has occurred in the Switching Control
Alarm data = MCP BASE, ESM: 1, ESM: 2 or ESM: 3
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Code
Alarm Name
Definition
MJB--
LCP/TASK Error
LCP or TASK Fault
08
MJB01
HDLC Com Error
Communications to LCP lost or faulty.
09
MJB02
Memory Alarm 1
A RAM diagnostic check error has occurred in the
MCP2.
10
MJB03
Memory Alarm 2
A RAM diagnostic check error has occurred in cabinet 1
SCP2.
11
MJB04
Memory Alarm 3
A RAM diagnostic check error has occurred in cabinet 2
LCP2.
12
MJB05
Memory Alarm 4
A RAM diagnostic check error has occurred in cabinet 3
LCP2.
13
MJB06
IPC MSGQ Over
IPC TX queue full error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm data = IPC Queue type
(MCP-LAN, MCP-SCP, MCP-LCP1, MCP-LCP2)
14
MJB07
Task MSGQ Over
Task MSG queue full error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm data = Error Task
16
MJC--
DSP Error
MJC01
DTMF Fault
System DSP Fault
An abnormal interrupt has occurred in the system
DTMF resources.
Alarm data = DTMF Receiver DSP position
17
MJC02
Tone Fault
An abnormal interrupt has occurred in the system
tone resources.
Alarm data = TONE Receiver DSP position.
25
MJC10
AA-DTMF Fault
An abnormal fault reported in one of the AA card
DTMF resources.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
26
MJC11
AA-MFR Rec
An abnormal fault reported in one of the AA card
DTMF resources has recovered.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
27
MJC12
E911 Restart
The E911 card has restarted.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
28
MJC13
E911 Block
The E911 card has blocked because the system
detects the card does not work correctly.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
31
MJC16
WLI Restart
The WLI card has restarted.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
32
MJC17
WLI Block
The WLI card has blocked because the system
detects the card does not work correctly.
Alarm data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
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Code
Alarm Name
Definition
MJD--
DTRK Error
ISDN or E1 card Fault
33
MJD01
Sync Failure
Clocking on TEPRI cards has become asynchronous.
34
MJD02
Sync Recovery
Clocking on TEPRI cards has become synchronous.
35
MJD03
Red Alarm
Locally detected loss of PCM carrier on TEPRI card for
more than 250 ms.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
36
MJD04
Red Alarm Rec
PCM carrier detected locally on TEPRI cards.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
37
MJD05
Yellow Alarm
Remotely detected failure transmitted in frame on
TEPRI card.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
38
MJD06
Yellow Alarm
Remotely detected failure restored transmitted on
Rec
TEPRI card.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
39
MJD07
Blue Alarm
All 1's being transmitted on facility on TEPRI card.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
40
MJD08
Blue Alarm Rec
A blue alarm condition has been cleared.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
41
MJD09
Bit Error Alarm
Alarm is activated when the error rate exceeds 1x10-6 errors. Note: 1x10-6 is threshold for minor alarm, 1 x 10-3 is
threshold for major alarm errors on E1, PRI or BRI.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
42
MJD10
NTWRK Event
An Implausible event has occurred on the PRI or BRI
Network digital line. Protocols do not match or subscriber ID mismatch.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
43
MJD11
SPID Init Error
The BRI received an error from the network
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
44
MJD12
SPID Init Rec
The BRI has recovered from an error on the network
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
45
MJD13
LPBK Error
Internal on demand loopback failed.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
46
MJD14
LPBK Recovery
Internal on demand loopback test passed.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
47
MJD15
BRI DL Unavail
A BRI data link is out of service.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
48
MJD16
BRI DL Recovery
A BRI data link is back in service.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Channel (Cx-Syy-czz)
49
MJD17
RAM Error
An error has occurred in the TEPRI or BRI card RAM.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
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Code
Alarm Name
Definition
MJD--
DTRK Error
ISDN or E1 card Fault
MJD18
E1 Restart
The E1 card has restarted
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
51
MJD19
PRI Restart
The PRI card has restarted
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
52
MJD20
BRI Restart
The BRI card has restarted
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
53
MJD21
PCM Loss
Loss of PCM coding on a digital facility.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
54
MJD22
PCM Recovery
Loss of PCM coding on a digital facility.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
55
MJE--
MGI Error
MGI card Fault
MJE01
MGI Restart
The MGI card has restarted
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
56
MJE02
MGI Stop
The MGI card has stoped
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
57
MJE03
MGI IP Duplicate
The MGI card IP address is duplicated
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
58
MJE04
MGI NTWK Error
The MGI card has blocked because the system detects
the card doesn’t respond via network link.
External ping test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
59
MJE05
MGI NTWK Rec
The MGI card has restarted because the system detects
the card does respond via network link.
External ping test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
60
MJE06
MGI DSP Error
The MGI card DSP has blocked because the system
detects the card DSP does not run correctly.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
61
MJE07
MGI DSP Run
The MGI card DSP has restarted because the system
detects the card DSP runs correctly.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
62
MJE08
WBS Disconnect
Indicates the WBS is disconnected.
Alarm Data = CWBS:xx or BWBS:xx
63
MJE09
WBS connect
Indicates the WBS is connected.
Alarm Data = CWBS:xx or BWBS:xx
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Code
Alarm Name
Definition
MNF--
Minor Error
Minor Fault with Alarm Buffer saving
MNF01
Card Out
A circuit card mounted in a universal slot has been removed from service or is not recognized by the system
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
65
MNF02
Card In
A circuit card mounted in a universal slot has been returned to service.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
66
MNF03
IPC Error
Inter-processor communication error has occurred.
Alarm Data = Cabinet-Slot (Cx-Syy)
67
MNF04
Trunk Fault
Out of service trunk detected via loop detect. Internal
CODEC test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
68
MNF05
Trunk Recovery
Out of service trunk detected via loop detected as out of
service is now operational.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
69
MNF06
Trunk Discon-
Out of service trunk detected via seizure of trunk. Exter-
nect
nal seizure test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
70
MNF07
Trunk Connect
Out of service trunk recovered via seizure of trunk. External seizure test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
71
MNF08
SIO TxQ Over
SIO Tx Queue full error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = SIO number (SIO: x)
72
MNF09
SIO TxQ Under
SIO Tx Queue under error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = SIO number (SIO: x)
73
MNF10
E1 Out Of Srv
E1 Digital line status has been changed to out of service.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
74
MNF11
E1 In Service
E1 Digital line has been restored to normal service.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
75
MNF12
SIO Out
IO port has lost DTR
Alarm Data = SIO number (SIO: x)
76
MNF13
SIO In
IO port has regained DTR.
Alarm Data = SIO 1 through 6
77
MNF14
TODC Error
78
MNF15
TSW Over Alarm
Time of Day Clock in the MCP2 has erred.
The TSW has been requested to exceed the capacity of
available time slots. Maximum 192 per cabinet.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
79
MNF16
PSU Alarm
There are more ports than can be supported in a
cabinet and more power is required.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
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Code
Alarm Name
80
MNF17
PSU Alarm Rec
Definition
Over-configuration of cabinet has been corrected.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
81
MNF18
SLI Fault
An SLI card has been detected as out of service via an
internal CODEC test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
82
MNF19
SLI Recovery
An SLI card detected as out of service has been detected as recovered and is in service via internal CODEC test.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz)
83
MNF20
PSUB Alarm
Indicates there are over 120 ports in a cabinet with two
PSUs.
Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot (Cx-Syy)
84
MNF21
DSS Alarm
System capacity of 64-button DSS modules has been
exceeded.
85
MNF26
SIO RxQ Over
SIO Tx Queue full error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = SIO number (SIO: x)
86
MNF27
SIO RxQ Under
SIO Tx Queue under error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = SIO number (SIO: x)
87
MNF28
LAN Printer Err
LAN printer error has occurred in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = Data Type (SMDR)
88
MNF29
LAN Printer Rec
LAN printer error has recovered in the MCP2.
Alarm Data = Data Type (SMDR)
89
90
MNG--
Minor Error
Minor Fault without Alarm Buffer saving
MNG01
Phone Discon-
Indicates the Phone is disconnected.
nect
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
Phone Connect
Indicates the Phone is connected.
MNG02
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
91
MNG03
Off Hook Alarm
Indicates Extension Off Hook Alarm timer has expired.
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
92
MNG04
On Hook
Indicates the Off Hook Alarm Extension is on hook.
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
93
MNG05
MGI Packet Loss
Indicates the MGI connection RTP packet loss is more
than 10 %.
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
94
MNG06
MGI Packet Delay
Indicates the MGI connection RTP packet delay is more
than 500 ms.
Alarm Data = Tel number or Cx-Syy-Pzz
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DEFAULT DATA
ALL OFF
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 852.
Display shows:
01:MJA01 ACT:OFF
2. Enter desired Alarm Display number.(e.g., 64)
OR
Press Volume buttons to select desired option and
press Right Soft button to advance the cursor.
64:MNF01 ACT:OFF
3. To select if the alarm is active, press 1 for
YES and 0 for NO.
An entry will return the cursor to step 2.
OR
Press Volume buttons to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and return to step 2.
64:MNF01 ACT:ON
POR Restart
Card Out
Card Out
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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MMC 722
MMC 723
MMC 851
MMC 853
SYSTEM TIMERS
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
ALARM REPORTING
MAINTENANCE BUSY
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[853] MAINTENANCE BUSY
This MMC is used to place stations, trunks and common resources equipment in a maintenance busy condition. This can be used to isolate suspected intermittent problems. Stations
placed in maintenance busy will behave like a station in DND when called. The calling stations display will show ‘MADE BUSY’. Stations receiving DID or E&M type calls will receive a DND/ No more calls tone. The station display will still function with station and
date.
When the busy station is accessed, it will function like a ‘locked all’ station. Trunks made
busy cannot originate calls. Ring down type trunks will still ring the programmed destination. Common resource equipment such as DSPs, CID DSPs and miscellaneous equipment
such as page ports and voice mail card ports can also be placed in a maintenance busy state.
MAINTENANCE BUSY OPTIONS
No
Option
Description
0
TRK
Trunks
1
STN
Stations
2
PAGE
Page Ports
4
DTMFR
DTMF Receiver (4/DSP)
5
CID
CID Receiver (14/DSP)
6
R2MFC
R2MFC Receiver (8/DSP)
7
CONF
GRP #01-24
8
MGI
MGI Ports
DTMFR/CID/R2MFC DSP
If DTMFR, CID or R2MFC is selected when DSP is not mounted, display will
show NONE. If mounted, display will show IDLE by default.
DEFAULT DATA
ALL IDLE
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ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 853.
Display shows busy functions:
MAINTENANCE BUSY
2. Enter busy function type (0-8) via dial keypad.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
MAINTENANCE BUSY
3. Enter station number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
MAINTENANCE BUSY
4. Press 1 to make busy or 0 to make idle.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and return step 3.
MAINTENANCE BUSY
TRK
STN
STN
STN
:NONEÆ
:NONEÆ
:201ÆIDLE
:201ÆBUSY
6. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
MMC 851
MMC 852
ALARM REPORTING
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
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[854] DIAGNOSTIC TIME
Provides a means to set the Diagnostic Time. The system diagnostics tests include memory
audits, internal loopback tests on digital trunks, and DSP, AA DSP tests. Additional tests
include CODEC tests on analogue trunk and station cards and tone tests. If the diagnostics
cannot complete the tests because of system traffic, the system will abort the tests and retry
during the next programmed diagnostic time. It is recommended to assign the diagnostic
time during non-peak traffic periods.
DEFAULT DATA
NO DIAGNOSTIC TIME SET
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 854.
Display shows:
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
2. Enter weekday number.
(0: Sun, 1: Mon, …, 6: Sat)
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
3. Enter hour (24-hour clock) via the dial keypad.
Cursor will advance to next entry.
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
4. Enter minutes (24-hour clock) via the dial keypad.
Cursor will return to step 2.
DIAGNOSTIC TIME
SUN: :
SUN:_ :
SUN:23:_
SUN:23:30
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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MMC 851
MMC 852
MMC 853
ALARM REPORTING
SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
MAINTENANCE BUSY
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[855] DISPLAY SYSTEM OPTIONS
This MMC provides a means to view miscellaneous hardware and daughterboards in the
system without having to dismantle or power down the system to confirm if the hardware is
mounted. This is a READ-ONLY MMC.
OfficeServ7400 Main System
Option
Description
MP40 SW
Shows DIP software status of MP40
Cx-LP CONN
Shows the status of LP40/LCP card
Cx-LP LOC y
Shows location Daughter Board of Cabinet x Slot y
CxSy SW
Shows the DIP software status of TEPRI card
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 855.
Display shows:
SYSTEM OPTIONS
2. Press Volume button to view options.
SYSTEM OPTIONS
MP40 SW:00000111
C1-LP CONN :YES
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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NONE
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[856] TECH PROGRAMMING LOGS
This MMC lists the date, time and entry location of the last eight times that technicianlevel programming was accessed. This allows a technician to determine if there was unauthorized access to system programming and where this access occurred. The information
stored in this log is displayed, for each of the eight accesses, as follows: first line shows the
start date and time of access; second line shows the access type (see table) and end date and
time of access.
There are four access types:
Type
Description
NNNN
The extension number of a phone that accessed programming directly (e.g. 3203)
MODEM
Programming was accessed by PCMMC via the integrated V90 modem attached to
the IOM board of the main cabinet.
LAN
Programming was accessed by PCMMC via the LAN connection on the MCP2 card
of main cabinet.
SIOx
Programming was accessed by PCMMC via one of the SIO connections on the IOM
board of the main cabinet, where x is the number (2 or 3) of the SIO port that was
used.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 856.
Display shows:
(1) 11/22 11:03Æ
2. Enter number 1-8 for required access display
(e.g., 3)
OR
Press Volume button to scroll.
(3) 11/22 12:30Æ
3203 :11/22 11:27
3203 :11/22 13:30
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
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ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
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[857] VIRTUAL CABINET SET
This MMC is program that specify kind of card of virtual cabinet. Card of virtual cabinet is
as following though slot type different that is possible really was decided
Range
Type
Type
Range
SLT
C4S01 ~ C4S06
BRI STN
C5S03 ~ C5S07
DGP
C4S01 ~ C4S12
GCONF
C5S04 ~ C5S08
STN
WIRED ITP
C4S01 ~ C4S12
SPNET TRK
C5S06 ~ C5S12
WLAN ITP
C4S07 ~ C4S12
SIP TRK
C5S09 ~ C5S12
SIP STN
C4S10 ~ C5S06
H323 TRK
C5S11 ~ C5S12
IP UMS
C5S01 ~ C5S05
DEFAULT DATA
Cabinet
4
Slot
Card Type
1
SLI
2
Cabinet
5
Slot
Card Type
1
SIP STN
SLI
2
SIP STN
3
SLI
3
IP UMS
4
DGP
4
BRI STN
5
DGP
5
BRI STN
6
DGP
6
GCONF STN
7
WIRED ITP
7
SPNET TRK
8
WIRED ITP
8
SPNET TRK
9
WIRED ITP
9
SIP TRK
10
WLAN ITP
10
SIP TRK
11
WLAN ITP
11
H323 TRK
12
WLAN ITP
12
H323 TRK
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 857.
Display shows:
C4-S01:SLT
2. Enter number 1-3 for cabinet number and enter number 1-12 for slot number
OR
Press Volume button to scroll.
C4-S01:SLT
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3. Press Volume botton to scroll card type and Select
card type by pressing Right soft botton.
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C4-S01:SLT
DGP
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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[858] ASSIGN SYSTEM EMERGENCY ALARM
Assigns the alarms to be sent to the Remote M&A (remote maintenance and administration) PC via the LAN interface.
Alarm Code Definition
See Alarm Code Definition on MMC 852
DEFAULT DATA
All OFF
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 858.
Display shows:
01:MJA01 ACT:OFF
2. Enter the alarm entry number.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
02:MJA02 ACT:OFF
3. Enter ON or OFF (1 or 0) for alarm.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
Right Soft button to save and return to step 2.
02:MJA02 ACT:ON
POR Restart
Soft Restart
Soft Restart
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
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SYSTEM ALARM ASSIGNMENTS
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[859] HARDWARE VERSION DISPLAY
This MMC is used for system hardware EPLD/PCB version display. This is a READONLY MMC.
No
Option
Description
1
MP40 CARD
Shows the EPLD/PCB version of MCP
2
Cx M-BOARD
Shows the Mother board and EPLD/PCB version cabinet #x
3
Cx LP CARD
Shows the LP and EPLD/PCB version of cabinet #x
4
Cx LP-y
Shows the Daughterboard and EPLD/PCB version
5
CxSyy
Shows the TEPRI card or MGI64 card and EPLD/pcb version
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 859.
Display shows:
EPLD/PCB VERSION
2. Enter the option number.
OR
Press Volume button to scroll.
EPLD/PCB VERSION
MP40 CARD
C1 M-BOARD
:V11
:V11
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button advance to next MMC.
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NONE
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[860] UCD STATUS SERVICE
This MMC sets the information on the UCD queue status or UCD Agent status to send to
the SIO port in real time.
CONDITIONS
To use this information, a special PC application is needed. This is not supplied by Samsung.
DEFAULT DATA
UCD VIEW SERVICE: DISABLE
SENT AGENT STATE: NO
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 860.
Display shows:
UCD VIEW SERVICE
2. Enter the number.
(0. UCD View Service, 1. Send Agent State)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
SEND AGENT STATE
3. Enter YES or NO (1 or 0)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to store.
SEND AGENT STATE
DISABLE
YES
NO
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
RELATED ITEMS
NONE
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[861] SYSTEM OPTIONS
Sets a number of system options.
DEFAULT DATA
AUTO UPDATE TIME : DISABLE
SYSTEM SPEED BIN : MAX 500
IDLE WHEN ENBLOC: DISABLE
2 LINE ENBLOCK: DISABLE
2 ZONE EXT PAGE: DISABLE
USE LB FOR PAGE: NONE
LP TRK TONE DISC: DISABLE
ISDN SS FEATURE: DISABLE
No.
Option
Description
00
AUTO UPDATE TIME
Updates the system time from the ISDN network (Enable / Dis-
01
SYSTEM SPEED BIN
able).
Sets 500 (dial 0) or 950 (dial 1) as the maximum number of system speed dial bins. If 950 is set, speed dial bin numbers are always three digits (000 to 999).
IDLE WHEN ENBLOC
02
Decides the state of Large LCD phones (idle or busy) when
users are dialling in ENBLOC mode (Enable / Disable).
03
2 LINE ENBLOCK
Enables ENBLOC dialling for 2-line LCD phones with navigation
buttons (Enable / Disable).
04
2 ZONE EXT PAGE
Enables paging to two external zones (one zone available by de-
05
USE LB FOR PAGE
Use Loud Bell port for paging zone.
06
LP TRK TONE DISC
When this option is set to ON, loop trunk can be disconnected by
08
ISDN SS FEATURE
Enables ISDN Supplementary Services (Enable / Disable).
fault) (Enable / Disable).
detecting busy tone.
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 861.
Display shows:
AUTO UPDATE TIME
2. Enter the option number.
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
AUTO UPDATE TIME
3. Enter 1 or 0 to enable or disable
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to store.
AUTO UPDATE TIME
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4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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MMC 722
MMC 723
KEY EXTENDER
ASSIGN DATE AND TIME
ASSIGN SPEED DIAL BLOCK
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME
STATION KEY PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING
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[865] FAN POWER CONTROL
This MMC is program that can control power of FAN located in cabinet
.
CONDITIONS
NONE
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
1. Press Transfer button and enter 865.
Display shows:
2. Select the cabinet number.(1~3)
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to move cursor.
3. Enter OFF if power off fan or ON if power on
OR
Press Volume button to select and press
Right Soft button to store.
DISPLAY
FAN PWR CONTROL
CABINET1 FAN:OFF
FAN PWR CONTROL
CABINET1 FAN:OFF
FAN PWR CONTROL
CABINET1 FAN:ON
4. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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[889] DISPLAY SERVER STATUS
This MMC displays the history of connection and disconnection to the Data Server and
Feature Server with the MCP card. Also allows you to clear the recorded history log.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 889.
Display shows:
TOTAL LOG CNT : 00
2. Press Volume button to scroll displays
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CLR RECORDED? NO
CONN-FEAT SERVER
3. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
(02) 11/13 11:20
CONN-FEAT SERVER
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[890] INITIALIZE PORT
This MMC clears a call process or initializes the database for specific station or trunks.
This will return the port to default condition.
DEFAULT DATA
NONE
ACTION
DISPLAY
1. Press Transfer button and enter 890.
Display shows:
[201] CALL CLEAR
2. Enter the station or Trunk line.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
the Right Soft button to move cursor.
[202] CALL CLEAR
3. Enter 0 to call clear only or 1 to initialize port.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
the Right Soft button to move cursor.
[202] DB INITIAL
4. Enter 1 for YES or 0 for NO.
OR
Press Volume button to make selection and press
the Right Soft button to save and return to step 2.
[202] DB INITIAL
ARE YOU SURE?NO
ARE YOU SURE?NO
ARE YOU SURE?NO
ARE YOU SURE?YES
5. Press Transfer button to save and exit.
OR
Press Speaker button to advance to next MMC.
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
A
AAA
Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
AC
Alternating Current
ACD
Automatic Call Distribution
ALG
Application Level Gateway
AME
Answering Machine Emulation
AMI
Alternate Mark Inversion
AOM
Add On Module
AP
Access Point
B
BGM
Background Music
BRI
Basic Rate Interface
BWBS
Basic Wireless Base Station (Access Point)
CA
Call Agent
CCBS
Call Completion to Busy Subscriber
C
CCNR
Cell Completion on No Reply
CID
Caller Identification
CLI
Call Line Identification
COM
Communication
COS
Class Of Service
CPLD
Complex Programmable Logic Device
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Code
CR Mode
Constant Resistance Mode
CSU
Communication Service Unit
CTI
Computer Telephony Integration
CWBS
Combo Wireless Base Station (Access Point)
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
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D
DASL
Digital Adapter Subscriber Loops
DID
Direct Inward Dialling
DECT
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
DGP
Digital Phone
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DLI
Digital Line Interface
DND
Do Not Disturb
DPIM
Door Phone Interface Module
DSP
Digital Signal Processor
DSU
Data Service Unit
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi Frequency
E&M
Ear&Mouth
EMI
Electro-Magnetic Interference
ESM
Expanded Switch Module
GARP
Generic Attribute Registration Protocol
GK
Gatekeeper
GVRP
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol
E
G
H
HDLC
High level Data Link Control
HLR
Home Location Register
HTML
Hypertext Markup Language
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
ID
Identification
IDS
Intrusion Detection System
IGMP
Internet Group Management Protocol
IMAP
Internet Messaging Access Protocol
I
IN-SCP
Intelligent Network Service Control Point
IOM
Input/Output Module
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
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IP
Internet Protocol
IPC
Inter-Processor Communication
IPDC
Internet Protocol Device Control
IPM
Inter-Processor Communications and Memory Module
IP-SCP
Internet Protocol Service Control Point
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
ISUP
ISDN User Part
ITM
IP Telephony Module
ITP
IP Telephone
KDB
Keyset Daughterboard
K
L
LAN
Local Area Network
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LCP
Local Control Processor
LED
Light Emitting Diode
LIM
LAN Interface Module
MCP
Main Control Processor
MDF
Main Distribution Frame
MEGACO
Media Gateway Control
M
MFM
Multi Frequency Module
MG
Media Gateway
MGC
Media Gateway Controller
MGI
Media Gateway Interface
MGCP
Media Gateway Control Protocol
MISC
Miscellaneous Function Module
MMC
Man Machine Communication
MWSLI
Message Waiting Single Line Interface
NAT
Network Address Translation
NMS
Network Management System
N
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
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O
OPX
Off Premises Extension
PAT
Port Address Translation
PBA
Printed (circuit) Board Assembly
P
PCB
Printed Circuit Board
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation
PCMMC
PC-based Man Machine Communication
PLL
Phase Locking Loop
POP3
Post Office Protocol version 3
PPP
Point to Point Protocol
PPPoE
Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
PRI
Primary Rate Interface
PRS
Polarity Reverse Detection
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network
PSU
Power Supply Unit
Q-SIG
Q-Signalling
QoS
Quality of Service
Q
R
RCM
R2/CID Module
RIP
Routing Information Protocol
RTCP
Real-time Transmission Control Protocol
RTP
Real-time Transmission Protocol
SCM
Switch and Conference Module
SCP
Signal Control Processor
S
SDP
Session Description Protocol
SG
Signalling Gateway
SGCP
Simple Gateway Control Protocol
SIGTRAN
Signalling Transport
SIO
Serial Input/Output
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
SLI
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Single Line Interface
SLT
Single Line Telephone
SMDR
Station Message Detail Recording
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SoL
Server optimized Linux
STA
Spanning Tree Algorithm
STP
Signalling Transfer Point
SVMi
Samsung Voice Mail (integrated)
TAPI
Telephony Application Programming Interface
TCAP
Transmission Control Application Part
T
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol
TEPRI
T1E1PRI
TRK
Trunk
UA
User Agent
UAC
User Agent Client
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter
UAS
User Agent Server
UCD
Uniform Call Distribution
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
UPS
Uninterruptible Power System
USB
Universal Serial Bus
U
V
VDIAL
Voice Dial
VLAN
Virtual LAN
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol
VPM
Voice Processing Module
VPN
Virtual Private Network
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ANNEX A. Abbreviations
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W
WAN
Wide Area Network
WBS
Wireless Base Station
WIM
WAN Interface Module
WLI
Wireless LAN Interface
xDSL
x-Digital Subscriber Line
X
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