DBS 40-72-96 Ver 8 CPGEX Version 1

DBS 40-72-96 Ver 8 CPGEX Version 1
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CPGEX Version 1 .O
(Preliminary)
Document Number: DBS-EXI O-705
Part Number: 550X07901
June lo,1996
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Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Compatibility.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44SeriesPhoneSupport.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DirectoryMode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
VariableMode.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HandsetMute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Off-HookMonitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Separate Volume Control for Internal vs. CO calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6‘
Analog Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
MSG (Message) Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
DSS/72 and EM/24 . Key Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
FF-Key Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SpeedDialEnhancements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Additional Serial Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I
Tl Networking Capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Modification to Toll Restriction Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Maximum Time Priority Route Tables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SMDRModifications...............: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ISDNSupport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Modification to Tl Signaling Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Installation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CPC-EXInstallation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
KeyTelephoneInstallation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..g
Desi Strip Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Key Telephone Wall Mounting Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
444eries New Phone Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Directory Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
VariableMode........................................................l 6
HandsetMute.........................................................l 8
Off-HookMonitoring...................................................l 9
Separate Speaker Volume for Internal vs. CO calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
AnalogAdapter.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..I 9
MSG (Message) Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
DSS/72 Console - Key Arrangement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.
EM/24 - Key Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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Speed-Dial Enhancements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Additional Serial Port on CPC Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Tl Networking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
HardwareRequirements.................................................3 5
Network Extension to Extension Calling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Call Forwarding to Network Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Paging Across Network Nodes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Network Route Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Remote COAccess.....................................................3 7
SMDR Network Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Independent Node Attendant Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Settings Modified for Networking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Extension Number Digits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
SMDR Printing Mode 1: Outbound and Inbound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
TlTrunkType . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..3 9
Extension Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
ForcedLCR/NRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..4 0
Other Changes to Programming Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
New Programming Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Modification to Toli Restriction Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Maximum Time Priority Route Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
ISDN Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Hardware Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Modifications to SMDR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Modification to Tl Signaling Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Outgoing Signaling Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
IncomingSignalingType................................................5 0
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Introduction
CPC-EX Version 1.0 offers the following new enhancements to the DBS phone system:
Compatibility
CPC-EX Version 1.0 supports all features of CPC-B Version 7.1 (with the exception of TSAPI
support). In addition, CPC-EX Version 1.0 adds support for new features, including the 44-Series
phones, Tl Networking, and ISDN.
The CPC-EX card can be installed into an existing DBS cabinet, with no hardware modifications.
CPC-EX software uses existing CPC-B programming addresses, with the same numbering.
Additional addresses have been added for new CPC-EX features.
44-Series Phone Support
CPC-BX provides full support for Panasonic’s 44Series phones (VB4xxx). Table 1 below lists all
44-Series phone models and their part numbers. Most models are available in two colors: gray and
black.
Table 1. 44-Series Phones
EM/24 Unit (gray)
EM/24 Unit (black)
W-4431 OG
VB-4431 OB
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New DBS features that can be executed on the 44Series phones are described below.
Directory Mode
On the new small-display phones, you can scroll through SSD names, PSD names, or extension
names and select a displayed name for dialing.
Variable .Mode
The new small-display phones provide one-touch access to various features displayed during each of
the following call states: 1) during an intercom call; 2) during CO dial tone; 3) during a trunk call;
and 4) after dialing a busy extension.
Handset Mute
The new large-display phone now contains a MUTE key, and a new mute feature is available on all
&series phones. Pressing the MUTE key during an off-hook call will block audio from the handset
transmitter to the outside party. You can still hear them, but they can’t hear you.
Off-Hook Monitoring
If you press the ON/OFF key during an off-hook call on any 44-series speakerphone, the other
party’s voice will be heard through both the handset and the speaker. This allows a third party to
hear both sides of a conversation. Note: This feature does not activate your phone’s microphone audio will be transmitted only through, your handset.
Separate Volume Control for Internal vs. CO calls
CPC-EX allows you to establish separate speaker volumes for internal and external calls.
Analog Adapter
The new large-display phone can be enhanced with an analog port adapter which allows you to
connect to an analog device such as a FAX or modem to the phone. This allows the same phone to
be alternately used for analog or digital communications.
MSG (Message) Key
A new MSG key on the large-display phone will perform Auto-Callback (automatically dialing the
extension that sent a “Message Waiting” to your phone), or Auto-Answer Message (automatically
dialing your voice mailbox).
DSS/72 and EM/24 - Key Arrangement
The keys on the new consoles are arranged differently, affecting the text layout and default extension
numbers assigned to these keys.
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DEB Release Note:
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FF-Key Programming
Because Tl Networking adds the capability of 4-digit extension numbering, you can now program
up to 8 digits (not 6) into an IF-key.
Speed Dial Enhancements
CPC-EX supports up to 500 System Speed Dial (SSD) numbers. CPC-EX also allows SSD codes to
be chained, or “linked”, to another SSD number, and either PSD or SSD codes to be chained to a
PSD number.
Additional Serial Port
The CPC-EX card contains an on-board serial port (Serial Port 2) which can be used for Bus
Monitor/Maintenance. This allows remote maintenance to be accomplished without disconnecting
SMDR cabling.
Tl Networking Capability
Up to 4 DBS’s can now be connected together via Tl interface to form a DBS phone network. The
DBS’s can be located in the same building, in separate buildings in a campus-type environment, or at
remote locations in separate states. Networked DBS’s use 4-digit extensions, with the first digit of
the extension number identifying the DBS site.
Each site requires its own DBS cabinet with a CPC-EX card and a Tl card. ‘New programming
addresses are included in CPC-EX software for setting up the Tl Network. (see the TI Networking
Reference Manual for complete instructions)
Modification to Toll Restriction Service
The program address for TRS Operator Access (FF7 l# 18#) has been modified to allow an
extension to dial “O+NXX” phone numbers, even if “O-only” dialing is denied.
Maximum Time Priority Route Tables
CPC-EX allows a maximum of 8 Time Priority Route Tables (not 15) to be used during LCR
programming. Since few systems use more than 3 Time Priority Route Tables, this change will
allow the saved memory space to be used for future enhancements.
SMDR Modifications
SMDR reports contain several new call types and other parameters due to CPC-EX support of Tl
Networking and ISDN calls.
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ISDN Support
CPC-EX supports ISDN-PRI (Integrated Services Digital Network -- Primaq Rate Interface). The
program address for Trunk Circuit Type (J32 (trunk #)# 21# ) has been modified to allow for
ISDN. New programming addresses have also been added in CPC-EX to support ISDN. (See the
ISDN Reference Manual for complete instructions.)
Modification to Tl Signaling Types
To allow easier programming of E&M trunks, CPC-EX uses “Wink Start” (not “Trnmediate Start”)
as the default for Tl Incoming and Outgoing Signal Types.
Installation Notes
CPC-EX Installation
Use normal installation procedures to install the CPC-EX. The following illustration shows an
installed CPC-EX.
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Key Telephone Installation
Desi Strip Cover
Tine 44-Series Key Telephones are shipped with a thin green protective film over the Desi strip
cover. Be sure to remove this film from both sides of the Desi cover before placing the phone in
service.
Key Telephone Wall Mounting Instructions
The following procedures apply to 444eries Key Telephones only. Please be sure to follow these
procedures exactly. Removing the desk stand incorrectly can result in damage to the telephone
and/or desk stand.
1. Place the telephone face down on a flat surface.
2. Grasp the top of the desk stand (at the >ABSc label) and pull up the end to 90” vertical (refer to
Step 2 in Figure 2j. The stand will click as it releases from the plastic securing latches.
3. Lift the desk stand as shown in Step 3 of Figure 2.
Figure 2. Desk Stand RemovaL
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4. Rotate the desk stand 180”. In this position it doubles as a wall mount bracket.
5. Insert the wall mount bracket into the mounting guides as shown in Figure 3.
6. Slide the wall mount bracket onto the telephone.
Figure 3. Inserting the wail mount bracket (rotated desk stand)
. 7. While viewing the front of the telephone, find the handset guide located just below the
hookswitch (see Figure 8).
8. Slide the handset guide out, rotate 180” so that the holding clip is exposed, and reinsert.
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44-Series New Phone Features
Note: The new features introduced with these phones are supported by CPC-EX Version 1 .O,
CPC-AlI/B Version 8.0, and CPC-S/M Version 2.0. You can also use the 44-series
phones with previous DBS versions, but the new features won’t be supported.
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Table 2. Small-Display Phone Fealures
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Feature
Message Indicator
Display
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Mode Key
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Description
Indicates that you have a message.
Displays information about phone’s status, menus,
dialing directories, and text message information.
Used to change display modes from default to directory mode.
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Feature
End Key
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Select Keys
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PROG Key
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CONF Key
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One-Touch Keys
9
10
Flexible Function
0 Keys
DND/CF Indicator
11
MUTE Indicator
12
EXT Indicator
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Description
Used to exit directory mode and return display to
default mode.
Used to select and dial System Speed Dial, Personal
Speed Dial, and Extension numbers from a directory.
Used to program FF and one-touch keys and to adjust
ringer volume. Depending on the setup of your system, may also be used to transfer calls.
Used to establish conference calls, check FF key and
one-touch features, and scroll through messages.
Used to make outside calls or to access call-handling
features.
Used to access outside lines or to access call-handling
features.
Indicates that Do-Not-Disturb, Call Forwarding, or
Absence Message is set.
Indicates that your voice is muted - i.e., party on the
other end cannot hear you. Lights solid when your
hands-free microphone is muted and flashes when
your handset is mtited.
Lights when you are on a call; flashes when you hold a
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ON/OFF Indicator
REDIALKey
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MUTE Key
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AUTO Key
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ON/OFF Key
FLASH Key
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VOLUME Key
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HOLD Key
21
Microphone
22
Speaker
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Lights when ON/OFF key has been pressed.
Used to redial last outside number dialed.
Used to activate/deactivate MUTE function. When
activated, the party on the other end cannot hear you.
(See item 11, MUTE Indicator.)
Used to access speed dialing, enter account codes, or
for message waiting answer/cancel.
Used to make a call without lifting handset.
Used to end an outside call and to restore dial tone
without hanging up receiver.
Used to adjust level of tones, background music, ringing, receiver volume, and display contrast.
Used to hold calls, to retrieve held calls, and to complete FF key programming.
Used to talk with other party without using the handset.
Outputs tones and voice at your extension.
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SYSTEM DIAL
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FUNCTION
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Soft Keys
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CONF Key
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Indicates that YOU have a message.
Displays information about phone’s status, menus,
dialing directories, and text message information.
Used to make outside calls or to access call-handling
features.
Used for Auto-CallBack to a telephone which has left
a text message or to access voice messages.
Used to establish conference calls, check F’F and
one-touch key settings, and scroll through messages.
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MENU Key
Description
Used to return to the Main Menu screen. The default
Main Menu screen contains the following items:
PERSONAL DIAL
SYSTEMDIAL
EXTENSION
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PREV Key
NEXT Key
PROG Key
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Flexible Function
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DND/CF Indicator
12
MUTE Indicator
13
EXT Indicator
14
15
16
ON/OFF Indicator
REDIAL Key
MUTE Key
17
AUTO Key
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19
ON/OFF Key
FLASH Key
20
VOLUME Key
21
HOLD Key
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Microphone
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Speaker
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Used to return to the previous menu.
Used to advance to the next menu.
Used to program FF and one-touch keys and to adjust
ringer volume. Depending on the setup of your system, may also be used to transfer calls.
Used to access outside lines or to access call-handling
features.
Indicates that Do-Not-Disturb, Call Forwarding, or
Absence Message is set.
Indicates that your voice is muted - i.e., party on the
other end cannot hear you. Lights solid when your
hands-free microphone is muted and flashes when
your handset is muted.
Lights when you are on a call; flashes when you hold a
call.
Lights when ON/OFF key has been pressed.
Used to redial la& outside number dialed.
Used to activate/deactivate MUTE function. When
activated, the party on the other end cannot hear you.
(See item 12, MUTE Indicator.)
Used to access speed dialing, enter account codes, or
for message waiting answer/cancel.
Used to make a call without lifting handset.
Used to end an outside call and to restore dial tone
without hanging up receiver.
Used to adjust level of tones, background music, ringing, receiver volume, and display contrast.
Used to hold calls, to retrieve held calls, and to complete FF key programming.
Used to talk with other party without using the handset.
Outputs tones and voice at your extension.
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Directory Mode
Description
This new feature applies to the 44series small-display phone only (i.e., phones
with a 2-line LCD display).
In Directory Mode, you can use the phone’s select keys (as well as other keys) to
scroll through a directory of existing System Speed Dial (SSD) names, Personal
Speed Dial (PSD) names, or extension names -- and select one to dial.
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Operation
For example, ifyou can’t remember the party’s extension number or
speed-dial number to which you want to transfer a call on hold, you can use
Directory Mode tofind the number and execute the transfer.
The select keys on the 44-series smaildisplay phone are located next to the
display’s 2nd line. Pressing select key 1 (5” on the left) or select key 2 (“4‘ on
the right) will access the displayed-directory.
To use Directory Mode:
1. Press the MODE key to turn Directory Mode on. The 2nd line of the
LCD will display “SSD” on the left and “PSD”on the right.
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Press the MODE key again to access the directory for extension
names. The 2nd line of the LCD will display “EXT” on the left.
2.
Press the >. select key to access the directory of existing SSD or EXT
names; or the < select key to access the PSD directory. The 2nd line will
show two speed-dial or extension names at a time (the first 7 characters of
each name), beginning with the A’s.
3.
To scroll through the names (two at a time), press the #key. To
back-scroll, press the * key.
4.
To jump to another letter in the directory, press the numeric key for it.
For example, press the “6” key to jump to the M’s, N’s, and 0’s. The
M’s will appear fist. Press “6” again to jump to the N’s, and again to
jump to the 0’s. (Note: This doesn’t work for PSD names unless the
system is a DBS 824 CPC-M Version 2.0 or higher, which allows up to
40 PSDs.)
For names beginning with Q or 2, use the 1 key.
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5.
When the correct speed-dial or extension name is displayed, you can
execute the dialing of its speed-dial or extension number by pressing
the select key that points to it (> if the name is displayed on the left; or
< if the name is on the right).
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Or, to exit the directory without selecting a number to dial, press
the END key or go on-hook.
Incompatibility with older phone versions. Directory Mode is available on the
new 44-Series phones only.
Hot Dial Pad and Directory Mode. The Hot Dial Pad feature (FF3 ExtPort# 48#)
will not work on an extension in Directory Mode.
Variable Mode
Description
This new feature applies to the 44-series small-display phone only (i.e., phones
with a a-line LCD display).
When the phone is in Variable Mode, the features for Flexible Function Screen
select keys 1 and 2 will display during each of the following call states:
Call State
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During an intercom call
FF3 (ExtPort)# 2% (2%39)#
During CO dialtone
FF3 (ExtPort)## 29# (2539)#
During a trunk call
FF3 (ExtPolt)# 30# (25-39)#
After dialing a busy extension FF3 (ExtPort)# 33# (2539)#
l In these addresses, you assign a Flexible Function Screen (2539) to appear on
the extension while it is in the call state.
Operation
The select keys on the 44series small-display phone are labeled 5” and “4‘ to the
left and right of the display’s 2nd line. Pressing select key 1 (‘5” on the left) or
select key 2 (“4‘ on the right) will perform the displayed feature.
To use Variable Mode:
1. Activate Variable Mode by pressing ON/OFF ‘61 ON/OFF.
When you dial ‘61 in the above sequence, the 1st line of the LCD
will display “Variable md ON”. The display will return to normal
when you press the second ON/OFF.
The l 61 code toggles Variable Mode on and off. Press ON/OFF l 61
ON/OFF again to turn Variable Mode off.
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While the extension is engaged in an intercom call, the 2nd line will
display select key 1 and 2 features from the Flexible Function Screen
assigned to display in FF3 ExtPort# 28#. The same applies when the
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call (FF3 ExtPort## 30#); and after dialing a busy extension (FF3
ExtPort# 33#).
Use existing addresses FFl 2# 7# l# thru 4# to assign select key
features to Flexible Function Screens.
Use existing addresses FFl 2# 7# 2# to assign screen text.
Select key features for Fixed Function Screens will not appear on
small-display phones.
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While the select key feature is displayed, you can execute the feature
by pressing the > or < select key.
ToggLing Variable Mode On/[email protected] with an FF-Key. You can program the l 6 1 code
into an FF-key: In programming mode, press FF5 (ExtPort)# (KeyNo.)## (“6 I)#.
The FF-key will toggle Variable Mode on/off while the extension is idle or in an
off-hook/dial-tone state. The FF-key LED will remain lit (red) while Variable
Mode is “On”. (You can also use a one-touch key to toggle Variable Mode on and
off, however, one-touch keys do not contain an LED to indicate when Variable
Mode is on.)
Variable Mode After Power-Cycling. If Variable Mode is “On”, the extension
will stay in Variable Mode even after power-cycling (system is powered down,
then powered back up).
Incompatibility with olderphone versions. Variable Mode is available on the new
44-Series phones only.
Conditions under which Variable Mode does not work. Variable Mode will be
temporarily overridden under the following conditions: during an incoming
message state, hold state, message-waiting state, or call-waiting state. Incoming
messages include:
CO Queuing
Incoming [trunk no.]
REV.[extension no.]
TRF.[trunk no.]
H-Recall
Call wait
REC.[trunk no.]
Recall Hnt [Hunt Group no.]
DISA Incoming
Call [extension no.]
Transf [extension no.]
Recall [trunk no.]
HOLD Recall
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Handset Mute
Description
While using the handset (not on speaker) during a phone conversation, you can
press the MUTE key to block audio path to the other party -- you can still hear
them, but they can’t hear you. This feature is called “Handset Mute.”
Operation
1.
To turn on Handset Mute while using the handset, press the MUTE key.
The MUTE indicator lamp (LED next to MUTE key) will flash.
The handset transmitter will be muted. You will still be able to hear
the other party, but they can’t hear you.
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To turn off Handset Mute, do one of the following:
-- press the MUTE key again,
-I press HOLD to place the calI on hold;
-- replace the handset on-hook; or
-- press the flashing FF-key to answer another call.
Note: This will drop the first call unless Key Bank Hold is enabled
(FF12# l# 9#).
The MUTE indicator lamp will stop flashing.
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Headset Use. The Handset Mute feature also works if you are using a headset on
the phone to handle calls (#51 activates Headset mode).
Speakerphone Use. The MUTE key works the same as before (mutes the
microphone) when you are on speaker. The MUTE lamp lights steadily when the
microphone is muted, and flashes when the handset is muted.
Handsfiee Answerback. The MUTE key enables or disables Handsfree
Answerback the same as before. (Handsfree Answerback allows you to answer
intercom calls on speaker, without picking up the handset. While the phone is idle,
press the MUTE key to toggle between Handsfree Answerback On and Off. When
the MUTE indicator lamp is unlit, Handsfree Answerback is ON. When the lamp
is lit, Handsfree Answerback is OFF.)
Offook Monitoring. This new feature and Handset Mute can both be ON
simultaneously, so that both the speaker and handset transmitters are muted (but
the speaker and handset receivers still operate). For more information about
Offhook Monitoring, see page 19 of these Release Notes.
Barge-Ins During Handset Mute. If another phone barges in on your call while
Handset Mute is ON, and you change to conference talk (but not by pressing
HOLD), Handset Mute will remain ON.
FF-Key/One-Touch Key Restriction. Handset Mute cannot be assigned to an
FF-key or a one-touch (soft) key.
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Off-Hook Monitoring
Description
Off-Hook Monitoring lets you put a call on speaker while the handset is off-hook.
You can still communicate with the outside party via the handset, but you will also
be able to hear the other party on the phone’s speaker. He/she will only be able to
hear what is spoken through your handset, however - audio will not be transmitted
through your microphone.
Operation
1.
During a call, press the ON/OFF key.
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can now hear the outside party on the speaker as well as in the
handset.
Your phone’s microphone is muted so that the outside party hears
only what is spoken through your handset. (To mute handset
transmission, press MUTE.)
2. To turn off Off-Hook Monitor (“kill” the speaker but stay on the line
with the outside party through the handset), press ON/OFF again.
Separate Speaker Volume for Internal vs. CO calls
Description
You can now establish separate volumes for internal (intercom) and external (CO)
calls.
To adjust volume levels, press the VOLUME key (A or V) during the appropriate
call state.
Notes
Adjusting speaker volume will affect only the speaker (i.e., not the handset), and
vice-versa.
Analog Adapter
Description
The Analog Adapter (VB-44100) consists of a base adapter and PC board which is
installed on the underside of the phone. It is used to connect the 44-series
largedisplay phone to an analog device such as an SLT telephone, cordless phone,
FAX machine, or modem. This a.llows the same phone line to be used to alternate
between normal phone calls and analog communications. (To install, see the
instructions supplied with VB-44100).
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to register the installation of the Analog Adapter on an extension...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# (0 or l)#
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Extension Port where
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Phone is instafed
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installed on this extension.
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installed on this extension.
to implement data security measures (intermpt tones, overrides)
For the Analog Port...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 52# (0 or I)#
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Phone is installed
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O=Disable data security on the
Analog Adapter.
l=Enable data security on the
Analog Adapter.
NOTE: This address will affect only the Analog Adapter, not the
Large-Display phone itself.
Operation
The first device to go off-hook will seize the line (off-hook is either lifting the
handset or presstig the ON/OFF key). If the analog device goes off-hook first, the
large-display phone will be unable to dial or go off-hook.
You can choose which device will ring by going off-hook at either the digital key
telephone or the analog device and dialing *71. The digital key telephone display
will reflect “Analog port RING” or “Key Tel RING”, depending on which device
is selected - the default is “Key Tel RING”.
You can still aruwer an incoming call from either device, regardless of which
device is ringing. For example, if the analog device is ringing, you can pick up the
call on the digital key telephone by going off-hook before the analog device does.
Similarly, if the digital key telephone is ringing or has not answered a voice call,
the analog device can pick up the call by going off-hook first.
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You can program the *71 ring select comand into an FF key. Pressing the key
toggles between “Analog Port RING” and “Key Tel RING”. When the analog port
is set to ring, the FF key LED lights red. When the key telephone is set to ring, the
LED is off.
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A dial-pulse SLT will not function on the analog port.
Stutter Dial Tone (indicating Call-Forwarding mode, Do-Not-Disturb mode,
etc.) will not function on an SLT connected to the Analog Adapter.
An analog phone connected to the Analog Adapter cannot program or access
speed dials.
Incoming Calls
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The “*71” code will not work if the other device is in use.
The “*71” code will not work if FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# is set to “0”.
If set to “Analog port RING”, the large-display phone will work like an
SLT/OPX (no page announcements, no voice calls from other extensions, etc.).
If the phone is in CF/DND (Call-Forward or Do Not Disturb), the phone will
remain in CF/DND even if the ringing device is changed via the *7 1 code.
The incoming ring pattern for the analog device is the same as for the digital
key telephone (determined by the Extension Ring Pattern in FF3 (ExtPort)# 39#
(0-9)#). If this address is set to “0” (determined by CO), the analog device will
automatically default to “1 second ON, 3 seconds OFF.”
Ring Patterns Not Applicable to Analog Device. The following ring pattern
addresses will not affect the analog device:
Analog Transfer Ring Pattern FFl 2# l# 31# (0-6)#
SLT DISA Ring Pattern
FFl 2# l# 34# (0 or l)#
FF2 (Trunk)# 17# (0-9)#
Inbound Ring Pattern
Flash Interaction. Any disconnect signal sent to the analog port must be greater
than the SLT Flash Control; otherwise the disconnect signal will be interpreted as
a flash and the call will be placed on hold.
Programming Addresses That Affect the Analog Device. The following
addresses will control the analog device, but will not affect the digital key
telephone:
FFl 2# l# 35# (O-15)#
AEC Disconnect Duration
FFl 2# l# ll# (0 or l)#
SLT Flash Control
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SLT Onhook Flash Timer
AEC Disconnect
Analog Port on Large-Display Phone (new)
Data Security on Analog Port (new)
FFl 3# 14# (O-6)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 46# (0 or 1)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# (0 or l)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 52# (0 or l)#
MSG (Message) Key
Description
The new MSG key on the VB-44225 Large-Display Phone adds the following
functionality to the phone:
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Auto-Callback. If a callback message has been left by another extension, you
can press the MSG key to place an automatic callback to the extension that sent
the message. If more than one callback message has been received, pressing the
MSG key will perform auto-callback in the order received.
Auto-Answer Voice Message. You can press the MSG key to automatically
access your voice mailbox. The phone will dial your voice mailbox and send
access codes (if programmed) for retrieving new messages.
Auto-Callback is always enabled for large display phones. Use the following to
enable the MSG key for Auto-Answer Voice Message.
~to enable the MSG key for Auto-Answer Voice Message...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 53# (0 or I)#
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Phone is installed
Operation
To Program Voice Mailbox Access Codes into the MSG Key:
Press PROG MSG [16-digit number] HOLD
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To Confirm a Voice Mailbox Access Code Programmed into the
Message Key..
Press COW MSG.
The programmed access code will be displayed.
Notes
Operation With Message Waiting Indicator. The Message Waiting Indicator on
the phone’s upper right comer will flash whenever a callback message or voice
message has been received.
Operation During Call States. The MSG key will work only when the phone is
idle, receiving dial tone, or in Directory Mode (via select key).
Operation If Phone Has Both a Callback Message from another Extension and
a Voice Message. Messages are accessed in a First In, First Out order. If the
callback message was received before the voice message, then pressing the MSG
key wilI activate Auto-Callback first. Likewise, if the voice message was received
before the callback message, pressing the MSG key will access your Voice
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Mailbox.
Interaction with Tone-Calling Mode. If an Auto-Callback is placed to a phone
that is in tone-calling mode (i.e., not voice-calling), that phone must answer or the
message canceled before another message can be accessed.
FF-Key Restriction. These new MSG features cannot be assigned to an FF-key.
Reprogramming the MSG key if Extension Number Digits is changed. If the
DBS is reprogrammed to use a different extension numbering plan (i.e., changed
from 2-digit to 3-digit extensions, 3-digit to 4-digit extensions, etc.), the Voice
Mailbox Access Code must be reprogrammed into the MSG key.
DSS/72 Console - Key Arrangement
Description
The keys on the new DSS/72 Console (VB-44320) are arranged differently from
the VB-43320 model. The new DSS console has 6 columns x 12 rows of keys (not
8 columns x 9 rows as in the previous version). This affects the following:
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arrangement of the keys is different.
FF-Keys. The FF-keys on the DSS/72 console are numbered left-to-right,
bottom row first.
DSS #I Defaults. The default extension number assignments on DSS #l are
different.
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The new DSS key arrangement is shown in Figures 7 & 8.
Figure 7. DSS/72 Console (VB-44320) key layout
DW72 Key Layout (alphabetical)
DSS/72 Key Layout (FF-key numbering)
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Figure 8. DSSi72 #I Default Extension Numbers
DSS #I Default Extension Numbers
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The DSS/72 console (DSS #l . . . DSS #4) is assigned to its extension number in the
same manner as before:
Terminal Type:
FF3 (ExtPort)# 2# (11114)#
where...
11 is the first DSS console for the first attendant
12 is the second DSS console for the first attendant
13 is the first DSS console for the second attendant
14 is the second DSS console for the second attendant
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The DSS/72 console’s FF-keys are assigned feature codes in the same manner as
before (the only difference is the numbering arrangement of FF-keys l-72):
FF Key Assignments:
FF5 (DSSPort)# CONF (I-72)# (Code)#
The Name and Message Assignment addresses work the same way as before on
the DSS/72 console (the only difference is the placement of the keys when
entering the characters of the text):
Extension Name: FF6 I# (ExtPort)# CONF (10 char.)#
FF6 2# (SSD)# CONF (16 char.)#
SSD Name:
FF6 3# (ExtPort)# (PSD)# CONF (16 char.)#
PSD Name:
Absence Message:FFG 4## (59)# CONF (15 char.)#
FF6 5# (Trunk)# CONF (6 char.)##
Trunk Name:
Hunt Group Name: FF6 6# (HuntGrp)# CONF (10 char.)#
CW/OHVA Reply: FF6 7# (I-5)## CONF (15 char.)#
DID Name:
FF6 8# (I-200)# (1/2)# (OOOO-9999)# (6 char.)#
DNIS Name:
FF6 9# (I-200)# (1/2)# (000019999)# (6 char.)#
Note: If you use the 44-Series, DSS/72 for Name and Message assignment, you should use
the 44-Series phone for the attendant.
Operation
The 44Series DSS/72 operates the same as previous models.
EM/24 - Key Arrangement
Description
The keys on the new EM/24 unit (VB-44310) are arranged differently from the
VB-43310 model., The new EM/24 unit has 2 columns x 12 rows of keys (not 3
columns x 8 rows as in the previous version). This affects the following:
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first.
The new EM/24 key arrangement is shown in Figure 9.
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Figure 9. EM124 Unit (VB-44310) keys
Programming
The terminal type for the EM/24 is specified in the same manner as before:
Terminal Type: FF3 (EM/24 ExtPort)# 2# (1148)#
The EM/24 unit is linked to its extension phone in the same manner as before:
EM/24 Port Assignment: FF3 (EM/24 ExtPort)# 3# (phone ExtPort)#
The EM/24’s FF-keys are assigned feature codes in the same manner as before (the
only difference is the numbering arrangement of FF-keys l-24):
FF Key Assignments: FF5 (ExtPort)# (I-24)# CONF (Code)#
Operation
The 44-Series EM/24 operates the same as previous models.
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Speed-Dial Enhancements
Description
The CPC-EX supports up to 500 SSD numbers (code range 000-499) for each
system, and up to 10 PSD numbers (code range 900-909) for each extension.
With CPC-EX, you can chain up to 4 SSD codes together within a fifth SSD
number. You can also chain up to 4 SSD or PSD codes together within a fifth PSD
number. You can include both speed-dial codes and regular dialed numbers into
the same speed-dial number.
The maximum length of any speed-dial number is still 16 digits.
Programming
Assigning SSDs from programming mode
to assign a System Speed Dial number from programming mode...
FFI 0 I# (OOO-499)# (up to 16 digits)#
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3-Digit SSD Code
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o-9
(digits O-9)
CONF (to clear data)
c or BS (to backspace)
(to forward-space)
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(to insert a pause)
(to access trunk group)
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AUTO (to insert an SSD code)
EXAMPLE: To chain together SSD code 000 (C9-Pause), SSD code 001
(10288-Pause), and SSD code 002 (555-1212) within SSD code 003...
FFlO l# OOO## C9 P #
FFlO.l# OOl# 10288 P.#
FFlO l# 002#/ 5551212 #
FFlO l# OOM AUTO 000 AUTO001AUTOOO2 #
EXAMPLE: To program SSD code 350 to access trunk group 81, then
pause, then dial M-1212...
FFlO1#35O#tC1P5551212#
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to assign a System Speed Dial number from the attendant phone...
1. Press ON/OFF.
Press PROG.
3. Press AUTO.
4. Enter the SSD code (000-499).
5. Enter the number to be dialed.
6. Press HOLD.
7. Press ON/OFF.
2.
EXAMPLE: To chain together SSD code 000 (CPPause), SSD code 001
(10288-Pause), and SSD code 002 (555-12 12) within SSD code 003...
1. Program SSD code 000 to dial “C9-Pause”:
a. Press ON/OFF, then PROG, then AUTO.
b. Enter 000.
c. Press CONF (to access a trunk group), then 9.
d. Press REDIAL (to specify a “pause”).
e. Press HOLD.
2. Program SSD code 001 to dial “10288-Pause”.
a. Press ON/OFF, then PROG, then AUTO.
b. Enter 001.
c. Enter 10288.
d. Press REDIAL (to specify a “pause”).
e. Press HOLD.
3. Program SSD code 002 to dial “555 12 12”.
a. Press ON/OFF, then PROG, then AUTO.
b. Enter 002.
c. Enter 5551212.
d. Press HOLD.
4. Program SSD code 003 to chain dial all digits in SSD 000,
SSD 001, and SSD 002.
a. Press ON/OFF, then PROG, then AUTO.
b. Enter 003.
c. Press AUTO, 000, then AUTO, 001, then AUTO, 002.
d. Press HOLD.
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Figure 12. Assigning PSDs from programming mode
to assign a Personal Speed Dial number from programming mode...
FFlO 2# (ExtPort)# (900-909)# (up to 16 digits)#
3-Digit PSD Code
Valid Entries (using a DSS console):
o-9
(digits O-9)
CONF (to clear data)
c or BS (to backspace)
(to forward-space)
c
(to insert a pause)
(to access trunk group)
C
AUTO (to insert an SSD or
PSD code)
EXAMPLE: To chain-dial SSD code 001 and PSD codes 901-902 together into
PSD code 909 on extension port 033...
FFlO 2# 033# 909# A U T O 0 0 1 A U T O 9 0 1 A U T O 902#
EXAMPLE: To program PSD code 906 on extension port 033 to access pooled
trunk group 81, then pause, then dial 555-l 212...
FFlO 2# 033# 906# C 1 P 5551212#
Figure 13. Assigning PSDsfrom a key telephone
to assign a Personal Speed Dial number from a key telephone...
1. Press ON/OFF.
2. Press PROG.
3. Press AUTO.
4. Enter the PSD code (90-99 or 900-909).
5. Enter the number to be dialed.
6. Press HOLD.
7. Press ON/OFF.
EXAMPLE: To chain together SSD code 000 (C9-Pause) and SSD code
002 (555-1212) within PSD code 900...
1. Press ON/OFF, PROG, AUTO.
2. Enter 900.
3. Press AUTO, 000, then AUTO, 002.
4. Press HOLD.
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Notes
1) Chain-Dialing Limitations and Restrictions:
You cannot chain-dial any PSD.codes within an SSD number, because the
system would not be able to choose which extension to take the PSD code
from (the same PSD code might exist on multiple extensions).
You cannot “chain-within-a-chain”. For example:
-- SSD Code 001 = AUTO 002(will not dial outq returns busy tone instead)
-- SSD Code 002 = AUTO 003(will dial out)
-- SSD Code 003 = 5551212(will dial out)
(the above restriction applies to PSD codes as well)
You cannot chain-dial PSD or SSD codes if they are both included in each
other’s speed-dial number. For example:
-- SSD Code 000 = AUTO OOl(will not dial out; returns busy tone instead)
-- SSD Code 001 = AUTO OOO(will not dial out; returns busy tone instead)
2) The programming address for SSD Display Restriction (FFl 2# l# 5# [0 or
l]#) affects SSD codes 400-499.
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display during dialing. The default is “0”.
If enabled (set to “l”), the numbers assigned to SSD codes 400-499 will not
display during dialing.
. . Numbers associated with SSD codes 000-399 will always display during
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Description
The CPC-EX card contains an on-board serial port (Serial Port 2) which can be
used for Bus Monitor/ Remote Maintenance. This serial port (labeled CN5) is
located just above the LEDs on the front of the card (see the illustration on page 8).
This additional serial port allows you to dial directly into the system for remote
maintenance, without having to disconnect the SMDR cabling from the backplane
serial port (Serial Port 1).
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Serial Port 1 (the backplane port) and Serial Port 2 have separate controls for
baud rate, stop bit, parity, and data length
Serial Port 2 requires the CPC-EX Serial Port Adapter Cable (VB-43890). This
cable connects to Serial Port 2 via a lo-pin connector, and to a programming
terminal via a DB25 connector.
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Proarimmina Terminal End
(Requires De-9 or De-25 Male)
Pin No. and Connection
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RTS
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connectsd to the programming terminal.
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The following new addresses apply to CPC-EX Serial Port 2. (The addresses that
control the SMDR port remain at FW 2# 2# l# thru 9#.)
to program the DBS to perform Parity
1
Check on Serial Port 2...
FFl 2# 2# 11# (Oorl)#
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O=Parity check OFF
l=Parity check ON
to specify Parity Count for Serial Port 2 (if Parity Check is ON in the
above address)...
FFI 2# 2# 12# (0 or I)#
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O=Odd paritjl count,
l=Even parity count
I to specify Baud Rate for Serial Port 2...
FFI 2# 2# 13# (I-4)#
t
1=300 bits per second (bps)
2=1200 bps
3=4800
bps
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4=9500 bps
r-to specify Stop
Bit Length for Serial Port 2...
FFI 2# 2# 14# (103)#
t
l=l bit
2=2 bits
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to specify Data Length for Serial Port 2...
FFI 2# 2# 15# (3 or 4)#
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3=7 bits
4=8 bits
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Serial Port 2 can be used for Bus Monitor/Maintenance only. You must
continue to use the backplane port (Serial Port 1) for SMDR.
Port selections are made from the Attendant phone as follows:
to set Serial Port I for...
dial ##90 Bus Monitor/Maintenance
dial #92 SMDR
dial #93 SMDR/Maintenance
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no output
Bus Monitor/Maintenance
no output
When Serial Port 2 is used(i.e., #92 has been entered), the internal RAI modem
cannot be accessed.
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Tl Networking
NOTE: The following inform&on covers Tl Networking features that directly affect CPC-EX
operation. For detailed information regarding TI Networking, see “Tl Networking
Reference Guide”, Part No.550XlOO01, Section 540.
CPC-EX allows up to 4 DBS’s to be connected together via Tl interface to form a DBS phone
network. Such a network provides the following new features:
Network Extension to Extension Calling
. Call Forwarding to Network Extensions
Paging across Network nodes
Network Route selection
Remote DBS CO Access
SMDR Network Support
Independent Node Attendant Assignment
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Hardware Requirements
Each site (node) must contain the following hardware:
CPC-EX
SCC-B
Tl TrunkCard
TlMDF
Tl Synch Unit
External CSU (not provided by Panasonic)
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The maximum number of nodes which can be connected together is 4. Each node can be either a
single or double DBS cabinet configuration. The connection between these systems is accomplished
via Tl talk paths, with the quantity determined during installation.
Network Extension to Extension Calling
Networked DBS’s use a 4-digit extension numbering plan. The first digit determines the node being
called. For example:
Node 1 - leading digit 1
Node 2 - leading digit 2
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Node 3 - leading digit 3
Node 4 - leading digit 4
Figure 15. Tl Network Extension Numbering.
Node 1
Extension XXX
Tl Node Network Trunks
Node 2
Extension 2XXX
When an extension in one node is called via the intercom from an extension in a different node, the
called extension rings - Intercom Voice Calling and OHVA do not work when calling from one node
to another.
The DBS determines how to route the calls based on the network trunk group priorities established
during programming. To allow optimum flexibility in a 4-node network, up to 3 different trunk
group priorities can be established.
Figure 16. Tl Network Call Priority Routing
Node 1
Extension 1XXX
Leading Digit 2
Priority 1.
Node 3
Extension 3XXX
.
Node 2
Extension 2XXX
Node 4
Extension 4XXX
Call Forwarding to Network Extensions
Any call can forward to an extension on any node by assigning the targeted extension number in a
Personal Speed Dial bin. To establish the call forward setting, the user follows normal call
.
forwarding settings and uses the (AUTO)XXX personal speed dial number entry.
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Paging Across Nefwork Nodes
Every node can allow or deny network paging for each class of service.
Network Route Selection
A’new option is available for Forced Least Cost Routing to include network route selection. This
option provides 50 6-digit entries which determine how dialed numbers are routed through the
network for optimal cost performance.
For example, if Node 1 of a networked system is in the 20 1 area code and Node 2 is in the 2 12 area
code, all calls from Node 1 to the 212 area code or surrounding area codes can be routed through the
second node to the public network.
Remote CO Access
End users in one node can also place calls manually through a distant node by dialing the node
number followed by a trunk group (9).
SMDR Network Support
New options are available in CPC-EX to support call accounting in networked systems.These
options are:
Specifying the call record to be printed. A new field has been added:
FF12# 2#/ 6# (3) - Incoming, Outgoing, Network
In the actual SMDR record output, network traffic will be indicated by the following new record
types:
W = CO Outgoing to Network
w = CO Incoming from Network
t = Network Transfer
The following new data output is found in the extension number field:
#Ol-#64 - Network trunk number
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Independent Node Attendant Assignment
A central network operator can be assigned for Dial 0 access from any node. Each node can
independantly designate a network attendant. For example, Nodes 1,2 & 3 can send Dial 0 calls to
the attendant on Node 1, while Node 4 sends Dial 0 calls to its local attendant.
Settings Modified for Networking
The following programming addresses have been modified to add parameters necessary for Tl
networking. (See the TI Networking Reference Manual for complete instructions)
Extension Number Digits
Description
The CPC-EX card allows a 4-digit extension numbering plan to be used on
networked DBS systems. The first digit of the extension determines on which
DBS the extension is located - for example, extension 1321 will be on DBS 1,
while extension 2547 will be on DBS 2. Each DBS routes calls based on the
leading digit of the dialed extension.
A DBS operating in a network environment must use the 4-digit extension
numbering plan. Stand-alone (non-networked) DBS systems, however, must
continue to use 2 or 3 digit extensions.
Programming
to specify the length of extension numbers...
FFI 2# I## 12# (O-2)#
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0=2-digit numbering
1=3-digitnumbering
new-W 2=4-digit numbering
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must be entered to
confii the selection.
(or press 9” to cancel)
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SMDR Printing Mode I: Outbound and Inbound
Description
SMDR data sent to Serial Port 1 can now include Network Calls also.
Programming
to specify the call type to be included in SMDR...
FFl 2# 2# 6# (0 r 2)#
O=Include outbound calls only
l=Include both inbound and outbound calls
new-W 2=Include inbound, outbound, and network calls
TI Trunk Type
Description
The setting for Tl Trunk Type now includes a parameter for E&M Network.
Programming
to determine the type of trunk signaling for each Tl channel...
FFl 8# 4# 6# (I-54) I# (0;4)#
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Trunk Number (l-64)
O=Loop start /
l=Ground start 1 (used for all ground start trunks)
2=Ground start 2 (not currently used)
3=E&M
new-W 4=E&M Network
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Extension Numbers
Description
The address for extension number assignments has been modified to allow for
4-digit extensions.
Programming
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to assign extension numbers to ports...
FF3 (l-l 44)# I# (1
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Extension Port
OO-N699)#
Extension Number
Defaults: Port l=lO, 100, or 1000
Port 2=11,101, or 1001
Port 3=12,102, or 1002
etc.
Note: N=DBS network node number l-4
Forced LCR/NRS
Description
The address for Forced Least Cost Routing has been modified to include Network
Node Route Selection (NRS).
Programming
to set individual extensions for forced LWNRS...
FF3 (1-I 44)# 4# (O/l)#
+
Extension Port
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O=Disabled (no forced LCR/NRS)
l=Enabled (forced LCR/NRS)
Note: If not in a network (NRS is not enabled),
then only forced LCR is enabled.
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Other Changes to Programming Addresses
Flexible Function Screen Soft-Key Assignments (FFl 2# 7# 2539# (I-lO)# (xxxxxxxx)#) and FF
Key Assignments have been modified to allow up to S-digit entries.
New Programming Addresses
New programming addresses have been added to support Tl Networking. These new addresses are
applicable only in a networked environment and can be ignored in a stand-alone (non-networked
DBS). Refer to the Tl Networking Reference Guide for detailed information.
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Modification to Toll Restriction Service
Description
The program address for TRS Operator Access (FF7 l# lS#...) has been modified
to allow an extension to dial “O+NXX” phone numbers, even if “O-only” dialing is
denied.
Four settings are possible. See Table 5 for descriptions.
Programming
F F 7 I# 18# ( l - l 44)# (093)#
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Extension Port
See Table 5
Table 5. TRS Operator Access settings
IF EQUAL ACCESS CODE FORMAT IS:
IF EQUAL ACCESS CODE FORMAT IS:
I= New Format (1OlXXXX ONLY)
0 = Old Format (10XxX ONLY)
Type of Call
Action
Setting
0
Restrict
“O-only” and “00-only” calls.
“1OXXxo-only” calls.
Setting
Action
0
(default)
Restrict
“0” + additional digits per TRS tables.
I “00” + additional digits per TRS tables.
“01” + additional digits per TRS tables,
Overseas Access Switch, and Lntemational Calls Switch.
“lOXXX0” + additional digits per TRS
tables.
“lOXXXO1” + additional digits per
TRS tables, Overseas Access Switch,
and International Calls Switch.
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Type of Call
“O-only” and “00-only” calls.
“lOlXXXXO-only” calls.
Allow/Deny “0” + additional digits per TRS tables.
“00” + additional digits per TRS tables
“01” + additional digits per TRS tables,
Overseas Access Switch, and International Calls Switch.
“lOlXXXX0” + additional digits per
TRS tables.
“lOlXXXXO1” + additional digits per
TRS tables, Overseas Access Switch,
and International Calls Switch.
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IF EQUAL ACCESS CODE FORMAT 1s:
IF EQUAL ACCESS CODE FORMAT IS:
0 = Old Format (10XxX ONLY)
Setting
1
Action
Allow
Type of Call
“O-only” and “OO-only” only calls.
“IOXXXO-only” calls.
1 = New Format (1OlXXXX ONLY)
Action
Setting
Type of Call
1
Allow
“O-only” and “OO-only” calls.
“101XXXXO-only” calls.
Allow/Deny “0” + additional digits per TRS tables.
“00” + additional digits per TRS tables
“01” + additional digits per TRS tables,
Overseas Access Switch, and International Calls Switch.
“lOlXXXX0” + additional digits per
TRS tables.
“1OlXXXXOI” + additional digits per
TRS tables, Overseas Access Switch,
and International Calls Switch.
Allow/Deny “0” + additional digits per TRS tables.
“00” + additional digits per TRS tables.
“01” + additional digits per TRS tables,
Overseas Access Switch, and Intemational Calls Switch.
“lOXXX0” + additional digits per TRS
table.%
“1OXXXOl” + additional digits per
‘IRS tables, Overseas Access Switch,
and International Calls Switch.
2
Restrict
“O-only” and “OO-only” calls.
“10xXx0-only” calls.
Allow
“0” + additional digits.
“00” + additional digits.
“IOXXXO” + additional digits.
2
Allow/Deny “01” + additional digits per Overseas
Access Switch and International Calls
Switch.
“IOXXXOl” + additional digits per
Overseas Access Switch and International Calls Switch.
3
Allow
“O-only” and “OO-only” calls.
“1OXXXO-only” calls.
“0” + additional digits.
“00” + additional digits.
“IOXXXO” + additional digits.
Allow/Deny “01” + additional digits per Overseas
Access Switch and International Calls
Switch.
“1OXXXOI” + additional digits per
Overseas Access Switch and Intemational Calls Switch.
Restrict
“O-only” and “00-only” calls.
“IOlXXXXO-only” calls.
Allow
“0” + additional digits.
“00” + additional digits.
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“IOlXXXXO” + additional digits.
Allow/Deny “01” + additional digits per Overseas
Access Switch and International Calls
Switch.
“IOlXXXXOl” + additional digits per
Overseas Access Switch and International Calls Switch.
3
Allow
“O-only” and “OO-only” calls.
“lOlXXXXO-only” calls.
“0” + additional digits.
“00” + additional digits.
“IOIXXXXO” + additional digits.
Allow/Deny “01” + additional digits per Overseas
Access Switch and International Calls
Switch.
“1OlXXXXOl” + additional digits per
Overseas Access Switch and Internntional Calls Switch.
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The Operator Access address applies only to DBS systems using the new
(1995) NANP dialing plan (FF7 l# 17# l#), and to TRS types 2-6 (IRS types 0
and 1 do not allow outbound dialing; TRS type 7 allows all dialing).
If “O-only”, “00-only”, “10XxX0-only “, or “1OlXXXXO-only” calls are
restricted (settings 0 or 2), the system will wait 6 seconds before automatically
disconnecting the call. However, if the user dials additional digits within 6
seconds, the DBS will check other switches to determine whether to allow or
deny the call.
For all settings (O-3), the system will check the Equal Access Code Format
switch (FF7 l# 21#...) if a CIC (carrier identification code) is dialed to reach a
preferred inter-exchange carrier.
For all settings (O-3), the system will check the international calls switches (FF7
l# l# and FF7 l# 19#) if “01 ‘*, “lOXXXOl”, or “1OXXXXOl” is dialed.
For settings 2 and 3, the system will not consider TRS settings for the trunk.
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Maximum Time Priority Route Tables
Description
CPC-EX allows a maximum of 8 Time Priority Route Tables to be used during
LCR programming. (CPC-AIL/B allows a maximum of 16 Time Priority Route
Tables. This number is reduced with CPC-EX since very few systems require
more than 3 of these tables and the saved memory space will allow for a planned
future enhancement.)
The DBS uses Time Priority Route Tables to route calls to the least expensive
carrier based on the time of day the call is placed. The following program
addresses use Time Priority Route Tables:
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FF8 2#...LCR Office Codes
FF8 4##...Special LCR Office Code Tables
FF8 5#...Time Priority Route Tables
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. ISDN Support
Description
CPC-EX supports ISDN-PR.l (Integrated Services Digital Network -- Primary Rate
Interface). This ISDN Interface provides 23 voice channels (“B” channels) and a
control channel (“D” channel) over a 4-wire circuit.
One program address, for Trunk Circuit Type (FF2 (trunk #)# 21# ), has been
modified to allow for ISDN. This modification is described below. In addition,
CPC-EX provides several new programming addresses to support ISDN. The new
program addresses, as well as additional detail on ISDN, are described in the lSDN
Reference Manual, Part No. 504X00301A, Section 530.
Hardware Requirements
The following are the minimum hardware requirements for ISDN support in the DBS:
ISDN Trunk Card (VB-43571)
CPC-EX (VB-43415)
. SCC-B (VB-43421) (with RGM 1.3 or later)
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Seync Unit (VB-43563)
External CSU (not provided by Panasonic)
Setting Modified for ISDN
Programming
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FF2 (I-64)# 21# (0-5)#
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o=ioop start
1 =Ground start
2=DID
3=Tl
4=CID
5=ISDN
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Modifications to SMDR
Description
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) provides detailed call records of
outgoing calls. SMDR records can be output to a printer or an external call
accounting system. Additional call record types have been added to the SMDR
feature to support network calls and ISDN calls.
Figure 17 shows the SMDR format for CPC-EX. New values added for CPC-EX
are shaded.
Figure 17. SMDR Format for CPC-EX
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7
4
5
1
2
3
0
01234567890123456789012345678901234567890~234567890~2345678901234567890~234567
7
8
9
6
3
4
5
1
2
T HY/DD HHrXMrSS HHtMM.SS NRN DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD AAAAAAAAM VWW NN
l&all type
S=Inbound DISA
s=outbound DISA
1=1nc0luing
0aoutg0illg
T=Transfer (See Note 1)
N=DNIS
DrDID
5dxtonslon number (or network trunk)
10-69, MO-699rextensione
CO number=DISA
C=Dialed digits, Caller ID or!;=
DD-digits O-9 or symbols l or#
(See Note 2)
7rAccount code
.A=O-9999999999
IsDate
M&month
DD=day
3+Call start time
HHthours
HH=minutes
S=Verified account code or walking
COS code
VOOOO-V9999rverified account codes
WOOOO-W9999=walking COS codes
9tTrunk Number
N'N=number
(01-64)
ss=seconds
4=Call duration
H&hours
HH=minutes
SS=seconds
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1. Transferred calls include direct and group call pickups and conference calls.
If a station call is transferred to an outside number, an SRDR record is
also created for the s t a t i o n that i s t r a n s f e r r e d .
2. The l eymbol appears as a greater-than sign (~1 on the SMDR printoutr the # symbol
appears as a less-than sign (<I. Centrex and PBX codes, as well as LCR access codes, do
not appear as dialed digits. If the Caller ID Feature is installed and enabled,
"Private" appears with calls that have restricted Caller ID display and %ut of Area"
with long distance calls that do not provide Caller ID information.
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Setting Modified for SMDR
Values have been redefined for the SMDR Start Timer. The following table shows the new values.
Note: These new values apply to CPC-EX only.
Programming
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to specify the SMDR Display Start Timer for CO Calls...
FFI 2# 1# 2# (O-1 O)#
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0 = 4sec
1 = 6 set
2 = 8 set
3 = 10 set
4 = 12 set
5 = 14 set
6 = 16 set
7= 18sec
8 = 20 set
9 = 25 set
10 = 30 set
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FFl (System): Stop Bit Length
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FFl (System): Dzna Length
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FFl (System): Serial Port Flow Control (X On/ X Off)
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FFl (System): SMDR Display Start Timer for CO Calls
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FFl (System): SMDR Printing Mode 1: Outbound, Inbound, Network
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FFl (System): SMDR Printing Mode 2: Long Distance and Local Calls
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FFl (System): SMDR Printing Mode 3: Header Title
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Considerations
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Unlike other CPC circuit cards, the CPC-EX supports two serial ports. Serial Port
1 is labeled CN4 and is located on the backplane. Serial Port 2 is labeled CN5 and
is located on the front of the CPC-EX card. Serial Port 2 requires a special
interface cable.
. Be sure to select the correct port to output SMDR data. From the Attendant’s
phone:
- dial #90 to set Serial Port 1 (the backplane port) to output Bus
Monitor/Maintenance and Serial Port 2 to no output.
- dial ##!I2 to set Serial Port 1 to output SMDR and Serial Port 2 to output
Bus Monitor/Maintenance data.
- dial#33 to set Serial Port 1 to output SMDR data and Serial Port 2 to
no output.
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Modification to Tl Signaling Types
Description
The default values for Tl Incoming and Outgoing Signal Types have been
changed to set “Wink Start” as the default. This will allow easier programming of
E&M trunks.
Outgoing Signaling Type
Programming
FFl 8# 4# 6# (I-64)# 3# (O-2)#
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Trunk Number (l-64)
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O=Immediate Start
l=Wink Start
2=Dial Tone Start
Incoming Signaling Type
‘Programming
FFI 8# 4# 6# (l-64)# 4# (0 or l)#
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l=Wink Start
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