Toshiba CTX Program Reference Manual

Add to my manuals
53 Pages

advertisement

Toshiba CTX Program Reference Manual | Manualzz

Programming Reference Document

This document contains the following:

• Installation Order

• Programming Tutorial

• Programming Sheets

• Programming from the phone conventions

To use this document, proceed as follows:

1. Refer to the installation order

2. Perform the programming using the Programming Tutorial and the phone simulation. The tutorial will guide you through the appropriate programs in the correct order and reference the program sheets that you need.

3. The programming sheets are only the sheets that you need to program this installation order. They are also arranged in order of programming.

4. The phone programming conventions have been included at the back of this document as a reference.

Table of Contents

Topic Page

Installation Order .................................................................................................................2

Programming Tutorial..........................................................................................................3

Program 103 Class of Service Assignment........................................................................12

Program 500 System Call Forward Assignment................................................................16

Program 504 System Call Forward Type Assignment ......................................................18

System Call Forward Chart................................................................................................19

Program 200 Station Assignment ......................................................................................20

Program 204 DKT Data Assignments ...............................................................................24

Program 205 Station Feature Key Assignment..................................................................28

Program 213 Add-on-Module Key Assignment ................................................................34

Program 301 Trunk Delete.................................................................................................36

Program 313 Caller ID Assignment...................................................................................37

Program 209 Station Hunt Group Assignment ..................................................................38

Program 218 Station Hunting Group Members Assignment.............................................40

Program 580 Voice Mail Data Assignment .......................................................................41

Program 579 Voice Mail Data for System Assignment.....................................................42

Programming from the Phone Conventions.......................................................................44

1

Installation Order

1. Eight Stations (200 – 207) a. Station 200 for receptionist with Add-on-Module (See key assignment below) b. Station 201 – 207 for users (See key assignments below)

2. Five analog loop start trunks

3. Eight caller ID circuits

4. Four voice mail ports

5. All user stations System Call Forward to Voice Mail on No Answer

6. If all four voice mail ports are busy, then the caller will be camped on until a voice mail port becomes available.

7. Voice mail hunt group pilot number = 555

Receptionist’s Station 200

Station Key Assignments

ADM Attached to Station 200

1 PDN

2 -6 CO LN 1 – 5

11 Release/Answer

12 - 17 One Touch

18 Call Forward All

1 -7 DSS 201 - 207

8 - 20 One Touch

Stations 201 through 207

1 PDN

2 -6 CO LN 1 – 5

11 -18 DSS 200 - 207

20 Do Not Disturb

2

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

Action Response

Using This Tutorial

Comments

Notice, there are four columns. The first column is where you put a check mark so that you can keep track of where you are as you take the tutorial. The second column is the Action that you are supposed to take. The third column is the Response from the telephone, and the fourth column contains comments pertinent to the programming. The headings for most programs have a page number reference to the programming sheet that you will use for that program. We will start out with detail, but as you gain skill in programming, some of the detail will be omitted. The tutorial is organized so all the programming is in the proper order. All you have to do is follow that order.

Enter the Program Mode

These are the key sequences that are used to enter the programming mode.

1. Press HOLD, * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * Display = PASSWORD=

2. Enter 0 0 0 0 Display = PASSWORD

****

3. Press HOLD Display = PROG=

0000 is the default password

You are now in the programming mode.

Program 900 Initialize the System

This program has two modes: (1) System Restart and (2) All Data Clear. System Restart is the same as turning the power on/off on the power supply. All Data Clear, clears all the programming data in the system and enters the default data. During this period, the cards will be auto-recognized and assigned to their card slots using the correct parameters. We are going to use All Data Clear, but will walk you through System Restart.

1. Enter 900 and press HOLD Display = PROG=900 1-1

SELECT PARAM;

FB01 Lights red

The system wants you to select

FB01.

2. Press FB01 Display = PROG=900

2.SYSTEM RESTART

System Restart is the same as toggling the power switch on the power supply.

3. Press 1

4. Press HOLD

5. Press HOLD

Display = PROG=900

1.ALL DATA CLEAR

PROG=900 1-1

SELECT PARAM

LCD goes blank while the system initializes. After a short period, the LCD again becomes active.

This Indicates the system has been initialized.

This will clear all the data in the system and enter the defaults.

This enters the data into the system, but does not save it.

The second HOLD submits your selection. During initialization, the installed cards are autorecognized and the defaults are set for station and trunks as well.

Program 902 Set Date and Time

This program is used to set the current date and time .

1. Enter the program mode again by repeating steps 1 and 2 of Enter

Program Mode above.

2. Enter 902 and Press HOLD

Display = PROG=

Display = PROG = 902 1-2

SELECT PARAM

FB01 and FB02 light red

3. Press FB01

4. Press the VOL down button

5. Enter the date as the Fourth of

July, 2002

Display= PROG=902 1-2

DATE= 011220

FB01 blinks green

Display = PROG=902 1-2

DATE= _

Display = 020704

Ready for the next program entry.

As a general convention, the numbers after the PROG=

“Program Number” indicate how many FB selections are available.

In this case there are two. yy = current year, mm = current month, dd = current day

The date is cleared

To view the entire date, use the

Page key to move the cursor left and the Scroll key to move the cursor to the right. (Does not work in simulation.)

1 3

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

6. Press HOLD, then FB02

7. Press Vol Down button and

Enter the current time in

HH = current hour in military time; mm = current minute; ss = current second

8. Press HOLD

Display = PROG=902 1-2

TIME= “Current Time”

FB01 light red; FB02 flashing green

Display = PROG=902 1-2

TIME= “Current time”

Notice, your Function Button options are still listed.

To view the time, use the Page key to move the cursor left and the Scroll key to move the cursor to the right. (Does not work in simulator.)

9. Press HOLD

Display = PROG=902 1-2

SELECT PARAM

FB01 green, FB02 flashing green

Display = PROG= 902

SELECT PARAM

The system has accepted the parameters.

Program 103, Class of Service, Page 12

Class of Service is used to set different stations to behave differently under different conditions, such as during the working day as opposed to the night. Here we are going to enable the privilege for day/night control.

1. Enter 103 and press HOLD Display = PROG=103 The system is asking for a class of

3. Enter 1, HOLD

4. Use the Scroll key to display

FB21 – FB38 and press FB27

5. Press the Scroll key.

6. Press HOLD

7. Press HOLD.

COS=

Display = PROG=103 1-38

SELECT PARAM

FB01 through FB38 light red

Display=PROG=103 21-38

*2.DISABLE

FB27 blinks green

Display = PROG=103 21-38

1.ENABLE

Display =PROG=103 21-38

SELECT PARAM

FB27 blinks green

Display = PROG= 103

COS = ____ service number.

The phone only displays the first

20 FBs. To see the other 18, use the Scroll key

FB27 is Day/Night Control. We want to enable that privilege.

(See page 12 for the programming sheet.)

This will enable the Day/Night

Control

We could select another FB at this point, but this is all the programming we are doing in

COS

This puts us back to the beginning of Program 103

Program 500 System Call Forward Assignment, Page 16

System call forward is used to forward calls during certain conditions. We are going to set this up to call forward to voice mail during a No Answer condition. Also refer to the Call Forward Chart on page 19.

1. Enter 500 and press HOLD. Display = PROG=500

INDEX _

The system is prompting you for 1 of 4 call forward templates.

2. Enter 1 and press HOLD Display= PROG=500 1-5

SELECT PARAM

FBs 01-05 light red

We are going to program template

1. There are five parameters that can be selected. Think of these as

3. Press FB01

4. Press the Scroll key and the Page key to view the other 4 items. Then return to 1.LOOP GRD

5. Press HOLD

Display = PROG=500 1-5

1.LOOP GRD

Display =PROG=500

Item 1-5

Display =PROG=500 1-5

SELECT PARAM

FB01 slow blink green menu items.

This is item 1 on the Call Type menu (page 16).

This sets up our selection for a call type of CO loop or ground start.

The system has accepted the call type and is asking for another FB selection.

2 4

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

6. Press FB02 Display = PROG 1-5

1.Day

FB01 and FB02 blinking green

This is for the period parameter.

Notice on the programming sheet, there are three parameters: Day,

Day2 and Night.

This selects the Day parameter. 7. Press HOLD

8. Press FB03

9. Use the Page and Scroll keys to find No Answer

10. Press HOLD

Display = PROG=500 1-5

SELECT PARAM

FB01,FB02 blinking green

Display = PROG=500 1-5

SELECT PARAM

1. BUSY

Display = PROG=500 1-5

2.NO ANS

FB01-FB03 blinking green

Display = PROG=500 1-5

SELECT PARAM

FB01-FB03 blinking green

Display = PROG=500 1-5

FIRST=

FB01-FB04 blinking green

We want No Answer, so go to the next step.

We are ready to select no answer

Now we need to program the

Destination

11. Press FB04.

11. Enter 555.

12. Press HOLD twice.

Display = PROG=500 1-5

FIRST = 555

FB01-FB04 blinking green

Display = PROG=500

INDEX= _

It is asking for our destination

DN. We are using 555 as the DN.

However, you can use anything that is not in conflict with your numbering plan.

FB05 is red. That is the second destination, which we are not going to use.

We are back at the index prompt.

Now that you have done one. You can go through the remainder using your System Call Forward

Chart (page 19). Only do the ones that are shaded. Remember the index = 1.

Program 504 System Call Forward Type Assignment, Page 18

This program is the master for program 500. Whatever the template number and telephone status is in program 500, it must be set the same in this program or Call Forwarding will not work.

1. Enter the program mode.

2. Enter 504 and press HOLD

PROG=

PROG=504 1-1

INDEX= _

What was the template number

(Index) that we used in program

500? It was 1. This must be the same or call forward will not

3. Enter a 1 and press HOLD. work properly.

It wants us to select FB01.

4. Press FB01 and use the Scroll key to select 3. NO ANS. Then press HOLD.

PROG=504 1-1

SELECT PARAM

FB01 is red

PROG=504 1-1

SELECT PARAM

This selection must be the same as the telephone status used in program 500 or call forward will not work.

5. Press HOLD. PROG=504 1-1

INDEX= ___

All FBs are off.

The system has accepted the program

3 5

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

Program 200 Station Assignments, Page 20

This is where we will set up our stations to call forward to our voice mail ports and allocate the number of speed dials for each station.

1. Enter the program mode.

2. Enter 200 and press HOLD

3. Enter 201*207 and press HOLD

(This is range programming for DNs

201-207.)

4. Press FB12

5. Enter a 1 and press HOLD.

6. Press Scroll key

7. Press FB35

8. Enter 20 and press HOLD.

9. Press FB22

10. Enter 555 and press HOLD

11. Press HOLD

12.Enter 201 and press HOLD.

13. Press FB19.

14. Enter 201 and press HOLD twice.

15. Enter 202 and Press HOLD.

16. Repeat steps 12 – 15 using the

DNs 202 through 207 as VM ID codes.

17. Range program DNs 212-215.

18. Press FB02 and using the Scroll key, select 2.SLT. Then press

HOLD.

19. Press FB03 and using the Scroll key, select 2.VOICE MAIL. Then press HOLD.

PROG=

PROG=200

DN= _

PROG=200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

FB01-FB35 light red

PROG=200 1-35

INDEX= 0

PROG=200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200 21-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200 21-35

SD NUMBER =

PROG=200 21-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200 21-35

DN= _

PROG=200 21-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200

DN= _

PROG = 200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

All LEDs light except FB09

PROG = 200 1-35

VMID =

PROG = 200

DN = ___

PROG = 200 1-35

PROG = 200

DN = ____

PROG=200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

PROG=200 1-35

SELECT PARAM

It is asking for the station DNs.

Notice, except for FB09, FB01-

FB35 are red. FB09 is used for entering the station name, but it can’t be done from the phone in this release.

It is asking for the system call forward index number.

This programs the system call forward index number into DNs

201-207 because of the range programming.

Notice we are now displaying

FB21-35.

This is where we program the speed dial number bins

We have now programmed the speed dial bins for DNs 201-207.

It is asking for the message center number (Pilot Number).

We have now programmed the message center number 555 for

DNs 201-207.

We have now done the range programming for setting up the stations except for the Voice Mail

ID which is the same as the PDN for each station.

Now we will assign the VM ID codes to stations 201 – 207.

It wants the voice mail ID code for station 201.

It wants the DN of the next station.

It wants us to select FB19 again.

It is asking for the voice mail ports. They will be DNs 212 –

215.

Now we are ready to select our

FBs.

This selects a single line telephone for our voice mail ports.

This assigns voice mail attributes to single line telephone with analog ports.

4 6

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

20. Press FB15.

21. Enter 555 and press HOLD twice.

PROG=200 1-35

DN= _

PROG=200

DN= _

It is asking for the DN to be displayed when calling voice mail.

This range programs DNs 212-

215 and sets them up as voice mail ports. Next we will do the

DKT data assignments.

Program 204 DKT Data Assignments, Page 24

With this program, we are going to setup an add-on module for the receptionist’s phone and set up the operating parameters for all the stations.

1. Enter the programming mode and go to program 204

PROG=204

DN= _

It asking for the station DN that we want to program. In this case,

2. Enter 200 and press HOLD. it will be station 200 where we are going to set it up for a receptionist station with an Add-on-Module

(ADM).

It asking for a FB selection. PROG=204 1-30

SELECT PARAM

PROG=204 1-30

*1NONE

None is the default. 3. Refer to the program sheet for program 204 and press FB04 (Addon-Module

4. Use the Scroll Key and select

2.ONE UNIT. Then press HOLD.

5. Press FB05 (Tone First/Voice

First) . Use the Scroll key and select

1.TONE. Then press HOLD.

6. Press FB13 and set the ringing preference to 7. RING&IDLE by using the Scroll key. Then press

HOLD.

7. Press FB17.

8. Enter 10 and press HOLD.

9. Press HOLD

PROG=204 1 –30

SELECT PARAM

PROG=204 1 –30

SELECT PARAM

PROG=204 1 –30

SELECT PARAM

PROG=204 1 –30

MEM SIZE= 0

PROG=204 1 –30

SELECT PARAM

PROG=204

DN= _

Similar to steps 1 – 9.

This selects one Add-on-Module for DN 200.

This sets the station for tone first operation.

This sets the ringing preference to ringing and idle for this station.

It is asking to set the number of calls in memory.

This sets the memory size to 10.

10. Now we have to program stations

201 through 207 in the same way.

Except, they will not have an Addon-Module. So repeat steps 5 – 9.

You can use range programming

(201*207)

This indicates that the programming was accepted.

This programs the station assignment parameters. Now let’s set up the Station Feature Key assignments.

Program 205 Station Feature Key Assignment, Page 28

This program is used to map features to buttons, such as PDNs, ringing assignments, CO line appearances, etc. We will walk you through some of them and the remainder, you will do with minimal guidance.

1. Enter the programming mode and go to program 205.

PROG=205

DN _

First we will set up the receptionist’s station. Refer to

2. The receptionists phone will be

DN 200, so enter 200 and press

HOLD.

PROG=205 1 –20

SELECT PARAM

FB01 – FB20 are red your key maps (Page 2) for the button assignments.

This sets us up for key mapping.

According to our chart, button 1 is the PDN.

5 7

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

3. Press FB01.

4. Press the Spkr key.

5. Press the Vol Down key to remove the 222 and enter a 2.

6. Press Spkr.

7. Now we have the DN parameters set up on FB01. Press HOLD.

10. Enter 2 for immediate ring and press Spkr.

11. Enter a 1 and press Spkr.

12. Enter 200 and press HOLD.

PROG=205 1-20

CODE= 100

PROG=205 1-20

RINGING 222

PROG=205 1 – 20

RINGING= 2

PROG=205 1 –20

PITCH=1

PROG=205 1 – 20

CODE=000

PROG=205 1 –20

LINE NO= _

Refer to the program sheet (page

29) and you will see that code 100 is for the PDN.

It is asking for a ringing assignment. Refer to the feature code parameter table. Find code

100 and you will see that P1 is the ringing assignment.

This sets us up for immediate ringing.

It is asking for the pitch assignment. Let’s leave it at 1.

Refer to the key maps and you will see that FB02 – FB06 are for

CO lines 1 – 5.

It is asking for the CO line number.

8. Press FB02. Refer to the Feature

Code Table and find Code 120. This is for CO lines. Enter 120 and press

Spkr.

9. Enter a 1 and press Spkr. PROG=205 1 – 20

RINGING= _

PROG=205 1 –20

PITCH= _

PROG=205 1 – 20

OWNER DN= _

PROG=205 1 –20

SELECT PARAM

It is asking for a ringing assignment

It is asking for a pitch assignemt.

It is asking for the owner’s DN.

In this case, it is 200.

FB02 is now programmed as CO line appearance 1. Notice that we did not press Spkr a fifth time because there are only four parameters. That would have given us an error.

Programs CO line appearances 2 –

5 on FB03 – FB06.

13. Now that we have programmed one CO line, there are four more to do. Refer to the Key mapping and using the same procedure in steps 8 –

12, program CO lines 2 – 5 on FB03

– FB06.

14. Now we are going to program a

One Touch button. Refer to the Key

Map. Notice that FB07 – FB10 are one touch buttons. Press FB07

15. Refer to the Feature Code

Parameter Table and locate the code for a single touch button (570) and enter it. Then press HOLD.

16. Using the same procedure, program FB011 – FB20 in accordance with the Station Key

Assignments in the Installation

Order.

Same as steps 8 – 12. The owner

DN is 200.

PROG=205 1 – 20

CODE=000

PROG=205 1 –20

SELECT PARAM

Same as step 15.

It is asking how do you want to program this button.

That’s all there is to programming a one touch button. There are no sub-parameters.

This programs station 200 for the receptionist. But now we have to add an Add-on Module (ADM) for the reception station.

6 8

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

Program 213 Add-on-Module Key Assignment, Page 34

This program assigns features to the keys on the Add-on- Module. Refer to the key mapping, page 2.

1. Enter program 213 Add –on

Module Key Assignment

2. Enter 2001 and press HOLD.

3. Using the same key mapping procedure, program the keys on the

ADM per the key mapping chart

PROG=213

DN= _____

PROG = 213 1 –20

SELECT PARAM

Similar to Program 205

It wants the DN of the Add-on

Module. It’s the same as the receptionist station with a “1” added.

It is asking to select an FB for key assignment

Now the ADM is programmed, next we will go back to program

205 and program the user stations.

Program 205 Station Feature Key Assignment, Page 28

Again, we will use this program to map features to buttons, such as PDNs, ringing assignments, CO line appearances, etc.

1. Enter Program 205. PROG = 205

DN___

2. Enter 201*207 and Press HOLD. PROG=205 1 –20

3. Using the same key mapping procedure, program each station per the key mapping chart for stations

201 through 207

SELECT PARAM

FB01 – FB20 are red

Similar to Programming the receptionist’ station. The owner

DN for the CO lines is 200

We can range program all the

DNs for our station users.

This sets us up to assign the features to the FBs.

Now we have completed the key assignments for the station users.

Next, we have to delete some trunks.

Program 301 Trunk Delete, Page 36

This program is used to delete unused trunks that were assigned by default. According to our Installation Order, we only want five analog loop start lines. But with an RCOU/RCOS combination, we have eight loop start lines,

Therefore the last three will have to be deleted to comply with the installation order.

1. Enter program 301 Trunk Delete PROG=301 1 –1 It is asking for a trunk to delete.

2. Select FB01

3. Enter 006 (Trunks numbers have to be entered in 3 digit format.);

Press HOLD.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 and for trunks 7, and 8. Remember to press

HOLD twice at the end of deleting the last trunk to submit your selection.

SELECT PARAM

PROG=301 1 –1

TRUNK NO = _

PROG=301 1 –1

SELECT PARAM

Same as steps 2 and 3 above.

What trunks do you want to delete?

It is asking for the next trunk number to delete.

Next we will do Caller ID

Assignments.

Program 313 Caller ID Assignments, Page 37

This program sets up the Caller ID parameters.

1. Enter program 313, Caller ID PROG=313 What trunks do we want to assign

Assignment

2. Range program trunks 001 – 005 and press HOLD.

3. Press FB01 and use the Scroll key to select 4.CLASS. Then press

HOLD.

3. Press FB02 and use the Scroll key to select 1.ANI DNIS Then press

HOLD.

TRK NO = _

PROG=313 1 -3

SELECT PARAM

FB01 – FB03 are red

PROG=313 1 -3

SELECT PARAM

PROG=313 1 -3

SELECT PARAM caller ID to?

Select an FB

If you did the range programming properly, this assigns the signaling method of CLASS to trunks 1 – 5.

If you did the range programming properly, this assigns the signaling contents to trunks 1 – 4.

7 9

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

4. Press FB03.

5. Remember from the card slot location diagram that the RCIU/RCIS was in card slot 103. So enter

010301 as the equipment number and press HOLD.

PROG=313 1 -3

EQUIP= _

PROG=313 1 -3

SELECT PARAM

What is the card slot location of the RCIU and what circuits are used for caller ID?

The equipment number is entered as xxyyzz; where xx is the cabinet, yy is the card slot and zz is the circuit number. Remember we have 8 caller ID circuits, but we are only going to use five to correspond to our trunks.

Enters all five equipment numbers for caller ID. Now we will set up our hunt groups for voice mail.

6. You can enter the remaining equipment numbers by pressing

FB03 and changing the circuit number each time after you press

HOLD until all five are submitted.

Similar to step 5.

Program 209 Hunting Group Assignment, Page 38

This program sets up the hunt group for voice mail and assigns the pilot directory number.

1. Enter Program 209 and press PROG=209 What is the hunt group number?

HOLD.

2. Enter 1 and press HOLD.

3. Press FB01 (Hunt Method) and use the Scroll key to select 3.

DISTRIBUTE. Then press HOLD.

4. Press FB02 and HOLD

GRP= ___

PROG=209 1 - 7

SELECT PARAM

PROG=209

SELECT PARAM

What parameter do you want to select?

Distributed hunt was accepted as the hunt method.

5. Enter 555 and press HOLD.

6. Press FB04.

7. Enter 555 and press HOLD.

PROG=209 1 - 7

PILOT= _

PROG=209

SELECT PARAM

PROG=209 1 - 7

DN= _

PROG=209

SELECT PARAM

PROG=209 1 – 7

SELECT PARAM

What is the pilot number going to be for this hunt group?

555 was accepted as the pilot number for this hunt group.

What is the DN to be displayed when messages are pending?

555 was accepted as the DN to be displayed when messages are pending.

This disable multiple DN hunt operation.

8. Press FB06 (Multiple DN Hunt) and use the scroll key to select 2.

DISABLE. Then press HOLD.

9. Press FB07 (Distributed Hunt

Group Auto Camp-on) and use the scroll key to select 1.ENABLE.

Then press HOLD

10. Press HOLD.

PROG=209 1 – 7

SELECT PARAM

PROG=209

GRP= ___

This enables distributed hunt group auto camp-on. So when all four voice mail ports are busy, the caller will be camped on until a voice mail port becomes available.

All of group assignment parameters were accepted.

Next we will set up the members of the hunt group.

Program 218 Station Hunt Group Members Assignment, Page 40

This program assigns the voice mail ports as member of the hunt group that we just established. The voice mail ports are DNs 212 – 215. Here we will also assign the hunt order.

1. Enter program 218 and press

HOLD.

2. Enter 1 and Press HOLD.

PROG=218

GRP= ___

PROG=218 1 - 3

SELECT PARAM

FB01 – FB03 are red

What is the group number?

Remember it is 1.

8 10

Programming Tutorial

3/19/02 12:58 PM

3. Press FB01

4. Enter 1 and press HOLD.

5. Press FB02

PROG=218 1 - 3

INDEX= ___

PROG=218 1 – 3

SELECT PARAM

PROG=218 1 – 3

DN= _____

PROG=218 1 - 3

SELECT PARAM

What is the hunt order for the DN in the group?

1 was accepted as the highest hunt order.

It asking for the first voice mail port in the hunt order.

Remember, the voice mail ports are 212 – 215.

6. Enter 215 and press HOLD. This is the highest order DN in our voice mail hunt group.

7. Press FB03 and use the Scroll key to select 2.INSERT. Then press

HOLD.

8. Repeat steps 3 – 7 for each DN and assign each DN to the next higher order INDEX.

PROG=218 1 - 3

SELECT PARAM

Similar to steps 3 – 6.

This inserts the DN 215 into the hunt order table.

This assigns VM ports 212 – 215 to a hunt group in a particular hunt order. Next, we will do the voice mail data assignments.

Program 580 Voice Mail Data Assignments, Page 41

1. This program sets up the signaling for voice mail integration.

2. By now you have developed the skills for programming from the phone. So we are going to use a short form notation that will guide you without all the detail. For example, 580-02 refers to program 580, press FB02. In the next column, “1. Enable” indicates to select “1.Enable.” The third column gives the reason. Remember to press HOLD twice at the end of programming.

2. 580-00 212*215 Range program the voice mail ports

3. 580-01

4. 580-02

5. 580-03

6. 580-04

1. Inband

1. Enable

3. B Tone and Extension

1. Enable

Selects inband integration

Enables A and D tones

Sends B Tone

Enables end-to-end signalling

Program 579 Voice Mail Data for System Assignment, Page 42

This program just assigns 555 as the pilot number for a direct transfer to voice mail.

1. 579-16 Enter 555 This will allow the call to be directly transferred to voice mail when the direct transfer key is set up on the users station. This is what we are going to do next

Programming the direct transfer to voice mail on the users station

Here we will program a key on the users station to direct transfer to voice mail. We will use “One Touch Key 7.”

1. On the users station, enter #9876.

Display = USER PROG MODE This puts this station in the user programming mode

2. Press key 7.

Display = ONE TOUCH KEY

3. Press the Cnf/Trn button, then enter #407

4. Press key 7.

Display = @#407

Display = DATA

PROGRAMMED

This sets up the key to accept a function.

This puts the Direct Transfer to

Voice Mail function on key 7.

Key 7 has now been programmed as a Direct Transfer to voice mail.

In the real world, you would repeat this procedure on each station where you wanted a direct transfer to voice mail key programmed.

9 11

Program 103

CLASS OF SERVICE ASSIGNMENT

Rev1.0

3/7/01

Class of Service assignments are a registration of feature capabilities the user is entitled to use. Each assignment is defined as Enabled or Disabled for privileges/permissions granted. Privileges enable users to perform a feature while permissions allow others to use some feature when calling your phone.

PreReq: None

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 103 + HOLD Key

COS = COS + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 COS Number

Summary

Class of Service (1~32) assignments are made for user’s of telephones, attendant consoles, and incoming calls based upon the line the call arrives or in some cases on a call-bycall basis when using DISA or Tie Line with Q-Sig interfaces. For telephone users, the class of service

1to32 assignments are made for each of the Day/Night Modes to allow different services during different parts of the day.

01 Auto Busy Redial The privilege to invoke Automatic Busy Redial after dialing a busy outside destination.

1:Enable

2:Disable

02 Call Forward Override If enabled, Station Call Forward overrides System Call Forward.

1:Enable

2:Disable

03 Call Transfer w/ Campon

04 Change DISA Codes

Allows a call transferred by this station to camp on to a busy destination.

The privilege to change the DISA Security Code.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

Allows a caller to override the Do Not Disturb status of a called

2:Disable

05 DND Override - Calling

Party

06 DND Override - Called party.

The privilege to place this phone in Do Not Disturb.

1:Enable

2:Disable

Party

07 Do Not Disturb

Allows calling parties with DND Override privileges to override this station's DND status.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

08 Remote Set/Reset DND The privilege of setting/resetting Do Not Disturb on other phones.

1:Enable

2:Disable

Value

-

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Allowed

Default

2:Not Allowed

2:Not Allowed

1:Allowed

1:Permitted

2:Not Permitted

LCD Prompt

COS=

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

103

Parameter

09 Executive Override

Summary

The privilege to invoke an Executive Override on a call.

10 Executive Override

Allowed

11 Offhook Camp-on

Permission for others to use Executive Override when calling this station.

The privilege to use Off-hook Camp-on when encountering a busy destination.

12 Group Pickup The privilege to pick up a call ringing on a station in one's own group.

13 Directed Station Pickup The privilege to pick a specified ringing station.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

14 Directed Group Call The privilege to pick up a ringing station in a specified group.

Pickup

15 Directed DN Call Pickup The privilege to pick a specified DN.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

16 External Call Pickup The privilege to pick up any incoming trunk call.

1:Enable

2:Disable

17 Directed CO Call Pickup The privilege to pick up a specified incoming trunk call.

1:Enable

2:Disable

18 Remote Retrieve Call The privilege to retrieve any call placed on Hold on a designated

Pickup terminal (PDN).

19 DN Retrieve Call Pickup The privilege to retrieve a held call on another DN.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

20 Handsfree Override

21 Privacy Override

Permission for others to change this phone from Ringing to

Hands Free Answerback.

The privilege to override a private call.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

22 Executive/ Privacy

Override

Enable other stations to use Executive/Privacy Override on this station's calls.

1:Enable

2:Disable

Value

103

Default

2:Impossible

1:Possible

1:Possible

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

2:Not Permitted

1:Enable

2:No

1:Allowed

LCD Prompt

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

Parameter

23 Invoke Emerg Page

24 Join Feature

25 Through Dialing

26 Tandem CO Connection

27 Day/Night Control

28 Ext BGM Control

29 LCR Feature

30 Individual Trunk Access

The privilege to turn on/off background music over external speakers.

The privilege to dial individual trunk access codes to access specific lines.

Summary

The privilege to use the Emergency Page feature.

The privilege to use the Join feature (Attendant Feature).

The privilege to perform Through Dialing (Attendant Feature).

The privilege to set up a Trunk-to-Trunk connection.

The privilege to change Day/Night Mode.

The privilege to use Least Cost Routing.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

Value

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

31 Trunk Access Allowed The privilege to access trunk groups by trunk access codes.

32 Forced Account Codes The privilege to use Forced Account Codes for placing external calls.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

33 Verified Account Codes The privilege to have Account Codes verified before an external call is placed.

1:Enable

2:Disable

34 Short Hook Flash The privilege to use a Short Flash signal over outside lines.

35 Long Hook Flash

36 Receive Hook Flash

37 Automatic Line Hold

The privilege to use a Long Flash signal over outside lines.

The privilege to receive hook flash over CO Lines.

The privilege to have an active call automatically held when accessing another line.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

103

1:Enable

Default

2:Impossible

2:Not Allowed

2:Not Allowed

2:DISABLE

2:DISABLE

1:Allowed

2:Not Allowed

2:Not Allowed

2:no-need

2:no-need

2:OFF

2:OFF

2:OFF

2:Disable

LCD Prompt

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

38 OCA

Parameter Summary

Permission for others to call this station using Off-hook Call

Announce.

1:Enable

2:Disable

Value

2:Disable

Default LCD Prompt

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

103

Program 500

SYSTEM CALL FORWARD ASSIGNMENT

This assignment is used to configure the destination DN for the system call forward patterns.

Station DNs are assigned to these patterns in the station COS assignments.

PreReg: SCF PRG 504, PDN PRG 200, PhDN PRG 206, No Answer timer PRG 104, Hunt Grp. PRG 504.

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 500 + HOLD Key

INDEX = Call Forward Index + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 SCF Number

01 Call Type

02 Period

03 Telephone Status

04 Destination 1

05 Destination 2

Summary

Enter the System Call Forward pattern number that should be configured 01~32.

1 to 4

Value

Enter the type of call that should forward in this pattern.

1:CO Loop or Grd

2:DID

3:TIE

4:Ring Transfer

5:Internal

Enter the system time period in which this SCF pattern should operate.

1:Day

2:Day2

3:Night

Enter the telephone DN status that should cause this SCF pattern to operate.

This must be the same type set for this SCF pattern

(01~32) in Program 504.

1:Busy

2:No Answer

3:Busy No Answer

4:DND

Enter the destination to which the call should forward if the first destination is not available.

Max 32 ASCII characters

Enter the destination to which the call should forward if the first destination is not available.

Max 32 ASCII characters

-

-

-

-

-

-

Default

Rev1.0

3/7/01

LCD Prompt

INDEX=

1:LOOP GRD

2:DID

3:TIE

4:RING TRANS

5:INTERNAL

1:Day

2:Day2

3:Night

1:BUSY

2:NO ANS

3:BUSY NO ANS

4:DND

FIRST=

SECOND=

NOTE

1.The administrater programs the condition of transfer by FK1(Call Type), FK2(Day Night Mode) and FK3(System Call Forward Type) and programs

FK4(first destination) and FK5(second destination) later.

If the administrater attemps to program FK4 and FK5 when FK1, FK2 and FK3 aren't programmed, the system outputs error.

2.If the administrater programmed second destination and finished registration when data of first destination isn't registered, the system outputs error.

3.If no data is entered in FK4, the data of FK4 that was assigned is deleted.

500

4.If no data is entered in FK5, the data of FK5 that was assigned is deleted.

500

Program 504

SYSTEM CALL FORWARD TYPE ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns System Call Forward Type for the pattern.

PreReq:

None

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 504 + HOLD Key

INDEX = System Call Forward Index + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 SCF Number

01 Telephone Status

Summary

Enter the System Call Forward pattern number to be

Enter the status or state in which the telephone should be for this system call forward pattern to activate.

(CF destinations are entered in Command 500)

Value

1to 4

1:No Data

2:Busy

3:No Answer

4:Busy No Answer

5:DND

Rev1.0

3/7/01

Default

-

1:No Data

LCD Prompt

INDEX=

1:NO DATA

2:BUSY

3:NO ANS

4:BUSY NO ANS

5:DND

504

System Call Forward Chart

System Call Forward (1-32) 1

Call Type

FK 01

CO Loop/GRD

DID

Tie

Period

FK 02

Day 1

Day 2

Night

Day 1

Day 2

Night

Day 1

Day 2

Night

Telephone Status

FK03

Forward Destination

FK 04/05

Busy

No Answer

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Destination 2

Destination 1

Busy

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1 No Answer

DND

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy Destination 1

Destination 2

No Answer Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy

No Answer

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

Destination 2

DND

Busy

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

No Answer

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Busy

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

No Answer

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy

No Answer

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Busy

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

No Answer

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1 Busy

No Answer

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Busy/No Answer Destination 1

DND

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

System Call Forward (1-32)

Call Type

FK 01

Ring Transfer

Internal

PRG 504

Period

FK 02

Day 1

Day 2

Night

Day 1

Day 2

Night

System Call Forward (1-32)

DND

1

Telephone Status

Busy

1

Telephone Busy

Status

FK 01

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

FK03

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Busy

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Busy

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Busy

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Busy

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Busy

No Answer

Busy/No Answer

DND

Forward Destination

FK 04/05

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

Destination 1

Destination 2

PRG 504 is the master control for Sys Call Forward

Example SCF #1 = Busy

Any assignment in PRG 500 SCF #1 that is a match (Busy) then forward condition is met and will be followed. If in PRG 500 SCF #1 is set to DND then there is no match, so forward will not happen.

19

02 Station Type

03 Port Type

04 COS Day1

Day2

Night

05 DRL Day1

Day2

Night

06 FRL Day1

Day2

Night

Program 200

STATION ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns station to the system.

PreReq: CARD SLOT ASSIGNMENT

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 200 + HOLD Key

DN = PrimeDN + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 Prime DN

01 Shelf/Slot/Port

Summary Value

Prime DN (enter existing DN or enter DN of a new station) Max 5 ASCII characters

Equipment Number (required when assigning a new DN to the system. It can also be used to display the equipment location of existing stations) xxxxxx

Station Type

(Shelf Slot Port)

Shelf:1

Slot :1to 8

Port :1to16

1:DKT

2:SLT

Assigns Voice Mail attributes to SLT (analog ports)

COS for DAY1

1:Extension

2:Voice Mail

1to32

COS for DAY2

COS for NIGHT

DRL for DAY1 (Used for Credit card calling)

DRL for DAY2

1to32

1to32

1to16

1to16

DRL for NIGHT

FRL for DAY1

FRL for DAY2

FRL for NIGHT

1to16

1to16

1to16

1to16

200

1:DKT

2:SLT

1:EXTENSION

2:VOICE MAIL

COS DAY1=

COS DAY2=

COS NIGHT=

DRL DAY1=

DRL DAY2=

DRL NIGHT=

FRL DAY1=

FRL DAY2=

FRL NIGHT=

Rev1.0

3/7/01

-

-

Default

DN=

LCD Prompt

EQUIP=

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1:DKT

1:Extension

Parameter

07 LCR Group

08 QPL Day1

Day2

Night

09 Station Name

Summary

Station LCR Group Number

QPL for DAY1

QPL for DAY2

QPL for NIGHT

1to16

1to16

1to16

1to16

Value

10 Call Waiting Tone

11 Dialing Progress Tone

Station Name to be displayed on LCD (Cannot be entered from DKT in R1)

Call Waiting Tone of Offhook Campon.

Type of Tone to hear after dialing LCR access code.

Max 8 ASCII characters

1.None

2.Singular

3.Continuity

1.Dial Tone

2.Entry Tone

3.Silence

0to 4 12 System Call Forward

13 Call Pickup

System Call Forward group number.

The station privilege to activate Call Pickup.

1.Permitted

2.Group Only

3.Not Permitted

14 Bearer Capability ISDN Bearer Capability the PSTN is expecting from non

ISDN stations. 3.1kHzAudio or Speech.

1:Audio

2:Speech

15 Display DN Displayed DN when calling another station (Overrides the

PDN)

Max 5 ASCII characters

16 CESID E911 Calling Party Information identifer for this station Max 16 ASCII characters

(CESID)

17 Emergency Call Group The Emergency call group that this station belongs to.

18 Remote CF Password

19 Voice Mail ID Code

Set the password to enable Remote Call Forwarding for this Max 4 ASCII characters

Voice Mail ID number to send in SMDI packets for

1to8

Max 16 ASCII characters forwarded and direct calls.

1

1

1

1

-

Default

1:None

1:Dial Tone

0

1:Permited

1:Audio

-

-

1

-

-

LCD Prompt

LCR=

QPL DAY1=

QPL DAY2=

QPL NIGHT=

NAME=

1:NONE

2:SINGULAR

3:CONTINUITY

1:DT

2:ET

3:QT

INDEX=

1:PERMITTED

2:GROUP ONLY

3:NOT PERMITTED

1:AUDIO

2:SPEECH

DN=

CESID=

GROUP=

PASS=

VM ID=

200

Parameter Summary

20 Voice Mail Record Code VM ID code to send for call forwarding using DMTF inband integration

21 Voice Mail Playback MSG retrieval code to send to VM when using DTMF inband integration Code

22 MW to VM Port Message Waiting Center DN

23 Travel COS Change Privilege Change the Travelling Class of Service Override

Code.

24 TGAC Override Trunk Group Access Code Over Ride (for Attendant console) (Not avaliable in R1)

25 Data Privacy Enable / Disable Service Tone for Data Privacy.

Value

Max 16 ASCII characters

Max 16 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

1:Enabled

2:Disabled

1:Enable

2:Disable

1.Enabled

2.Disabled

26 CW Tone over Busy Enable Call Waiting Tone (Campon)

27 Name Display

28 Door Ovr DND

Privilege to put the user name in the list display of Large

LCD (Directory Assistance)

Enable DND override by door phone

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

29 Emerg Ringdown Enable Emergency ringdown

1:Override

2:Not Override

1:Enable

2:Disable

30 Chg Sys Speed

31 Network COS

32 Auto OCA

Privilege to use System Speed Dial

Network COS number

1:Enable

2:Disable

1to32

33 Originate OCA

OCA occurs automatically when making a call to a busy station that allows OCA calls to be received.

The privilege to make OCA calls to other stations.

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

-

Default LCD Prompt

RECORD=

PLAYBACK=

-

1:Enable

DN=

2:Disable

2:Disable

1:Enable

1:Enable

1:ENABLED

2:DISABLED

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

2:Disable 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

2:Not Override 1:OVERREIDE

2:NOT OVERRIDE

2:Disable 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

2:Disable

1

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

NW COS=

1:Enable 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

200

Parameter

34 RSTU Supervision

35 Station SpDial Bins

Summary

Devices connected to RSTU circuits that do not automatically hang up, and connect to CO lines that do not provide disconnect supervision, should be set with "Not

Received". This enables the auto disconnect Tandem timer in PRG 104, PB06 for these types of Connections.

The number of station speed dial bins allocated to this station (maximum=100 per station).

Value

1:Received

2:Not Received

0 to100 at intervals of 10 0

Default

1:Received

LCD Prompt

1: RECEIVED

2: NOT RECEIVED

SD NUMBER=

NOTE

1.When a required DN as programmed objects is not assigned, DN is regard as new station.

3.If card type is not assigned, fitted card for "Station Type" is assigned.(Example:DKT->DKU, SLT->STU)

If Administrator assigns hybrid card (Ex:DSU), Card Type must be assigned by CARD ASSIGNMENT command first.

4.When Card Type is known and does not match, system reports an error.

5."Equipment Location" and "Station Type" are mandatory data.

6.Default value of STATION TIMER ASSIGNMENT command and STATION FEATURE KEY ASSIGNMENT command are assigned automatically.

7."Station Type" field cannot be modified. To change, the administrator must delete the station and re-enter the data.

8.If no data is entered in FK9,15,16,18,19,20,21 or 22 the data is deleted for that parameter.

9.Port Type (03) is only needed if "1:DKT" for Station Type.

10. Parameters 04, 05, 06 and 08 have multiple parameters, the input of data uses the "Spkr" key.

200

Program 204

DKT DATA ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns DKT digital telephone data.

PreReq: STATION ASSIGNMENT

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 204 + HOLD Key

DN = PrimeDN + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 Prime DN

01 Station Type

PrimeDN

Summary Value

Max 5 ASCII characters

02 Key Pattern

For CTX R1 this must be set to "Extension". The

"Attendant" option is not availalble for this release.

Key strip assignments for Digital 20 Button, 10 Button and

14 Button (Large LCD) digital telephones.

The selected Pattern is applied to the value of "Data Key

Number" parameter.

1:Extension

2:Attendant

1:Pattern 1

2:Pattern 2

3:Pattern 3

03 Data Key Number

04 Add-on Module

Number of feature keys (key strip) to assign to this station.

Values 10, 14 or 20.

1to24

The Number of AddOn Modules assigned to this station 1:None

2:One

3:Two

05 Tone First/Voice First Use Tone First or Voice First signaling 1:Tone First

2:Voice First

06 OCA Type Use Tone First or Voice First signaling

07 Auto OCA Originate

08 Invoke OCA

Enable or Disable this station from receiving Off-Hook

Call Anounce.

This station can activate Off-Hook Call Anounce when calling another station.

1:Handset

2:Speaker

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

Rev1.0

3/7/01

Default

-

1:Extension

1:Pattern1

20

DN=

LCD Prompt

1:EXTENSION

2:ATTENDANT

1:PATTERN1

2:PATTERN2

3:PATTERN3

FK NUMBER=

1:None

2:Voice First

1:NONE

2:ONE UNIT

3:TWO UNITS

1:TONE

2:VOICE

1:Handset

2:Disable

2:Disable

1:HANDSET

2:SPEAKER

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

204

Parameter Summary

09 Handsfree MIC Setting Activates the called party's microphone ON or OFF when the called party is set for Voice First.

10 Handsfree Tone Send a splash tone to a called DKT that has been configurerd for Voice First ringing.

11 Ext. Ring Repeat Use standard CO ringing pattern (1 sec on / 3 sec Off) or repeat the incoming ringing from CO / PBX / Centrex.

12 DND Cancel PW Password to cancel DND from another station (remote location)

13 Ringing Preference Ringing Line preference

1.Idle

2.Ringing

3.Prime DN

4.No Preference

5.Prime DN and Idle

6.Prime DN and Ringing

14 Offhook Preference Offhook preference Type

1.CO Line Key

15 Ringing Preference Type of Ringing preference

1.Longest Ringing - Calls are answered in order of the oldest ringing line (FIFO).

2.Call Type and Longest Ringing - Call Type priority is applied to the oldest ringing line.

16 Text Msg Display Whether a text message is displayed on LCD.

1:Enabled

2:Disabled

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Enable

2:Disable

Value

Max 8 ASCII characters

1:Idle

2:Ringing

3:Prime DN

4:No Preference

5:Prime DN & Idle

6:Prime DN & Ringing

7:Ringing & Idle

1:CO Key

2:DN Key

1:Longest

2:Call Type

1:Immediate

2:Not Immediate

17 Call History Memory Call History Memory Size. Number of calls stored in memory for this station.

0to100

18 DTMF Back Tone

19 Continous DTMF

Enables audible DTMF when dialing from a DKT to a trunk or Voice Mail port. Padded dialing mutes the volume level to the caller not the called trunk or VM

Enable / Disable Continuous DTMF

1:Padded

2:DTMF Tone

3:No Tone

1:Continuous

2:Not Continuous

Default

1:Enable

1:Enable

2:Disable

-

LCD Prompt

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

PASS=

4:No Preference 1:IDLE

2:RING

3:PRIME

4:NO PREFERENCE

5:PRIME&IDLE

6:PRIME&RING

7:RING&IDLE

1:CO Key 1:CO KEY ONLY

2:DN KEY ONLY

1:Longest 1:LONGEST

2:CALL TYPE

1:Immediate

0

1:IMMEDIATE

2:NOT IMMED

MEM SIZE=

2:DTMF Tone 1:PADDED

2:DTMF TONE

3:NO TONE

2:Not Continuous 1:CONTINUOUS

2:NOT CONT

204

Parameter

20 Display Language

21 Adapter

22 Blind Transfer

23 Mailbox Selection

24 MIC Init. Value

25 Microphone

26 Speaker Mode Tones

LCD Display Language

Summary

Select adapter type (Desktop OAI or Attendant Console)

BPCI = USB interface

BATI = PC Attendant Console interface.

Value

1:English

2:British English

3:French

1:None

2:BPCI

3:BATI

Blind Transfer Action (Attendant type only) (Not available in R1).

1:Leave

2:Separate

Select the method to enter the destination Mailbox for

Manual Voice Recording. If set to "Auto" uses the VM ID of the station initating the record function. Note:

(1) the DN assigned as the MSG center in PROG 200 is used to call the VM port or Hunt group (PROG 200 FK

22).

(2) When set to "Auto" the VM-ID of the station intiating the record function is sent to Stratagy ES as the destination

1:Auto Input

2:Manual Input

Microphone initial value when initiating a speaker phone call.

1:On

2:Off

Enable / Disable the microphone.

1:Enable

2:Disable

Provide Call Waiting (Campon Tone) while on a speaker phone call.

1:Yes

2:No

27 Ring Over Busy Timer Call Waiting (Campon Tone) duration 1:Two Cycles

2:Continuous

Max 32 ASCII characters 28 Attd Overflow Dest.

Overflow destination of attendant

29 Trunk Test & Verify Allow Trunk Test and Verify (Not available in R1) 1:Yes

2:No

30 Auto Line Hold Automatic Line Hold. Allows a station to "line hop" from 1:Enable one call to another automatically placing the first call on hold.

2:Disable

NOTE

1.The DN must be DKT or an error will be reported..

2.The Station Type "Attendant" can be set for 4 ports per system.

3. When the feature key pattern (02) is modified, the choice of pattern is based upon the number feature keys (03).

204

Default

1:English

LCD Prompt

1:ENGLISH

2:BRITISH

3:FRENCH

1:None

2:Separate

1:NONE

2:BPCI

3:BATI

1:LEAVE

2:SEPARATE

2:Manual Input 1:AUTO

2:MANUAL

1:On

1:Enable

1:Yes

2:Continuous

-

2:No

2:Disable

1:ON

2:OFF

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:YES

2:NO

1:2 CYCLES

2:CONTINUOUS

DEST=

1:YES

2:NO

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

Parameter Summary

4. When the number of feature keys(03) is modified, the contents of the feature keys are not changed.

Value Default LCD Prompt

204

Program 205

STATION FEATURE KEY ASSIGNMENT

The Feature Key assignment allows each key on the telephone to be addressed and assigned a code representing the function to be performed.

PreReq: STATION ASSIGNMENT

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 205 + HOLD Key

DN= PrimeDN + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Feature Code + SPKR Key

Rev1.0

3/7/01

Parameter

00 Prime DN

01 Key 1

~

20 Key 20

Code

Parameter 1

Parameter 2

Pareameter 3

Parameter 4

Parameter 5 index, Prime DN

Parameter1

Parameter2

Parameter3

Parameter4

Summary index, Function Key Number

Feature Code (See Keys for codes and parameters)

Value

Max 5 ASCII characters

1to20

Max 3 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

-

-

-

Default

Parameter5 Max 5 ASCII characters

NOTE

1. If "Feature Code" is PDN, "Ringing Assignment" and "Incoming tone pitch" is mandatory data.

2. If "Feature Code" is SecondaryDN/PhantomDN, "DN","Ringing Assignment" and "Incoming tone pitch" is mandatory data.

3. If "Feature Code" is CO, "Ringing Assignment","Incoming tone pitch" and "Owner" is mandatory data.

4. If "Feature Code" is GCO, "GCO Number", "GCO Index","Ringing Assignment","Incoming tone pitch" and "Owner" is mandatory data.

5. If "Feature Code" is Pool Line Group, "Pool Line Group Number" and "Ringing Assignment" is mandatory data.

6. If "Feature Code" is Door Lock Cancel, "Door Lock Number" is mandatory data.

7. If "Feature Code" is PhantomDN Message Waiting, "Phantom DN" is mandatory data.

8. If "Feature Code" is DSS Key, "DSSKeyPrimeDN" is mandatory data.

9.You cannot set the same DN in DSS Key for one station.

DN=

LCD Prompt

CODE=

205

Feature Code - Parameter Table

Code

000 No Data

CODE

Summary

100 Prime DN Key

110 Secondary

Phantom DN Key

120 CO Line

130 GCO

P

-

Summary

Parameters

Value

P1 Ringing Assignment for FK 1:No Ring

2:Immediate Ring

3:Delayed Ring1

4:Delayed Ring2

P2 Incoming tone pitch 1to4

P1 Secondary

Phantom DN Max 5 ASCII characters

P2 Ringing Assignment for FK 1:No Ring

2:Immediate Ring

3:Delayed Ring1

4:Delayed Ring2

P3 Incoming tone pitch 1to4

P1 Line Number 1 to 64

P2 Ringing Assignment for FK 1:No Ring

2:Immediate Ring

3:Delayed Ring1

4:Delayed Ring2

P3 Incoming tone pitch 1to4

P4 Owner Station Max 5 ASCII Characters

P1 GroupCo Number 1 to 32

P2 GroupCO Index 1 to 32

P3 Ringing Assignment for FK 1:No Ring

2:Immediate Ring

3:Delayed Ring1

4:Delayed Ring2

P4 Incoming tone pitch 1to4

P5 Owner Station Max 5 ASCII Characters

2/5/01 LCD Prompt

2:Immediate Ring 1:NO RING

1

2:IMED RING

3:DELAY1

4:DELAY2

PITCH= noData DN=

2:Immediate Ring 1:NO RING

2:IMED RING

3:DELAY1

1

4:DELAY2

PITCH=

0 LINE NO=

2:Immediate Ring 1:NO RING

2:IMED RING

1 noData

3:DELAY1

4:DELAY2

PITCH=

OWNER DN =

0 GCO NO=

0 INDEX=

2:Immediate Ring 1:NO RING

1 noData

2:IMED RING

3:DELAY1

4:DELAY2

PITCH=

OWNER DN =

Keys

CODE

Code

140 Pooled Line Key

Summary

150 Automatic Busy Redial

160 Automatic Call Back

170 Call Park Orbit

180 Do Not Disturb

200 Short Flash

210 Long Flash

220 All Paging

230 Group Paging

240 All Emergency Page

250 Individual Emargency Page

260 Speed Dial

270 Release Button

280 Release/Answer Button

290 Cancel

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P Summary

Parameters

Value

P1 Pooled Line Group Number 1 to 32

P2 Ringing Assignment for FK 1:No Ring

2:Immediate Ring

3:Delayed Ring1

4:Delayed Ring2

P3 Incoming tone pitch 1to4

-

2/5/01 LCD Prompt

0 POOL NO=

2:Immediate Ring 1:NO RING

1

2:IMED RING

3:DELAY1

4:DELAY2

PITCH=

Keys

Code

300 Source Party

CODE

Summary

310 Destination Party

320 Privacy

330 Privacy Release

340 Call Forward(Any Call / All Call)

350 Call Forward(Any Call / Busy)

360 Call Forward(Any Call /No Answer)

370 Call Forward(Any Call / Busy,NoAnswer)

380 Call Forward(External Call / All Call)

390 Call Forward(External Call / busy)

400 Call Forward(External Call / No Answer)

420 Call Forward(External Call / Busy,No Ans)

430 Call Pick Up(Group)

440 Call Pick Up(Directed Terminal)

450 Call Pick Up(Directed Group)

460 Call Pick Up(Directed DN)

470 Call Pick Up(Any External Call)

480 Call Pick Up(CO retrieve)

490 Call Pick Up(Local retrieve)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Summary

Parameters

Value 2/5/01 LCD Prompt

Keys

CODE

Code Summary

500 Call Pick Up(Remote retrieve)

510 Call Pick Up(Directed DN Retrieve)

520 Call Pick Up(Onhold & Incoming)

530 BGM Key

540 Door Lock Cancel

560 PhantomDN Message Waiting

570 Single Touch Button

580 CLID

590 Paging answer feature button

600 Night Transfer

610 DSS Key

620 Out Dial

630 Record

640 Pause/Resume

650 Program

660 Account Code

700 Att Answer

790 Overflow

P

-

-

-

Summary

P1 Door Lock Number

P1 Phantom DN

-

-

-

-

P1 DSSKeyPrimeDN

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Parameters

Value

1to10

Max 5 ASCII characters

-

-

Max 5 ASCII characters -

2/5/01 LCD Prompt

NUMBER=

PH DN=

PDN=

Keys

Code

800 Position Busy

CODE

Summary

810 Trunk Test

820 Attendant Loop

830 Supervised Loop Key

900 Application Starting Key

P

-

-

-

-

Summary

P1 Application Number 0to99

Parameters

Value 2/5/01

0

LCD Prompt

APL NO=

Keys

Program 213

ADD ON MODULE KEY ASSIGNMENT

Rev1.0

3/7/01

The Feature Key assignment allows each key on the telephone to be addressed and assigned a code representing the function to be performed. Some feature keys require additional parameters to completely define the key. For example, a Phantom DN needs a directory number, ringing assignment, and the tone pitch when ringing occurs.

PreReq:

Programming:

STATION ASSIGNMENT

Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 213 + HOLD Key

DN = PrimeDN and Add-On Module No. + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Feature Code + SPKR Key

Parameter

00 PDN + ADM #

01~20 Key Number

Code

Parameter 1

Parameter 2

Pareameter 3

Parameter 4

Parameter 5

Summary

Prime DN and Add On Module Number

Function Key Number

Feature Code (See Keys)

Parameter1

Parameter2

Parameter3

Parameter4

Parameter5

Value

Max 6 ASCII characters

1to20

Max 3 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

Max 5 ASCII characters

-

-

-

Default

NOTE

0."Prime DN + Add On Module Number" in FK0 means following.

"Max 6 ASCII characters" -> yyyyy(yyyyy is MAX 5 ASCII characters) + x .

PrimeDN Add-on Module Number

Prime DN is 0 to 99999

Add-on Module Number is 1 to 2

(Example) If "Prime DN" is "200" and "Add-on Module Number" is "1", "value" data of FK0 is "2001".

1. If "Feature Code" is PDN, "Ringing Assignment" and "Incoming tone pitch" is mandatory data.

2. If "Feature Code" is SecondaryDN/PhantomDN, "DN","Ringing Assignment" and "Incoming tone pitch" is mandatory data.

3. If "Feature Code" is CO, "Ringing Assignment","Incoming tone pitch" and "Owner" is mandatory data.

4. If "Feature Code" is GCO, "GCO Number", "GCO Index","Ringing Assignment","Incoming tone pitch" and "Owner" is mandatory data.

DN=

LCD Prompt

CODE=

213

5. If "Feature Code" is Pool Line Group, "Pool Line Group Number" and "Ringing Assignment" is mandatory data.

6. If "Feature Code" is Door Lock Cancel, "Door Lock Number" is mandatory data.

7. If "Feature Code" is PhantomDN Message Waiting, "Phantom DN" is mandatory data.

8. If "Feature Code" is DSS Key, "DSSKeyPrimeDN" is mandatory data.

9.Some "Feature Code" in this command has 5 parameters. These must be assigned some case.

10.Assignment feature keys data use to DKT, “FK1” means Feature Key1 to Feature Key20 these are on DKT.

11.PhantomDN can set only one for the station.

12.700 to 830 use only simplified attendant console.

13.You cannot set the same DN in DSS Key for one station.

14.The extension terminal having the simplified attendant console attribute must set at least the ATT-ANSWER key.

15.One to ten attendant loop keys (hereinafter called a loop key) can be set in a simplified attendant console.

16.Owner Terminal of CO key set each CO key Group.

17.Owner Terminal of GCO key set each GCO key Group.

213

Program 301

TRUNK DELETE

This command deletes trunks.

PreReq: None

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 301 + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

01 Trunk Number Trunk Number to delete.

Summary

1to 64

NOTE

1. Feature Keys are deleted, when the "CO Key" that with the same "Trunk Number" is deleted.

Value

Rev1.0

3/7/01

-

Default LCD Prompt

TRUNK NO=

301

Program 313

CALLER ID ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns caller identification information.

PreReq: TRUNK ASSIGNMENT

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 313 + HOLD Key

TRUNK NO = Trunk Number + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 Trunk Number

01 Signalling Method

Trunk Number.

Summary

Caller Identification Type.

02 Signalling Contents Caller Identification information received (from CO).

Must be assigned if CallerID Type = 2 (ANI - MCI) or 3

(ANI - SPRINT).

03 CLID Equipment Pos.

CIU Equipment Number.

Must be assigned if CallerID Type = 4 (Class).

Value

1 to 64

1:None

2:ANI - MCI Format

3:ANI - Sprint Format

4:CLASS

1:ANI and DNIS

2:ANI

3:DNIS

4:DID xxxxxx

Shelf:1

Slot :1to 8

Circuit : 1 to 8

NOTE

1. When FK1 is assigned "2:ANI MCI" or "3:ANI SPRINT", FK2 is required.

2. When FK1 field is assigned "4:CLASS", FK3 is required.

3. If no data is entered in FK3, the data of FK3 that was assigned on NHS is deleted.

Rev1.0

3/7/01

-

Default LCD Prompt

TRK NO=

1:None 1:NOTHING

2:ANI MCI

3:ANI SPRINT

4:CLASS

1:ANI and DNIS 1:ANI DNIS

2:ANI

3:DNIS

4:DID

EQUIP=

313

Program 209

STATION HUNTING GROUP ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns Station Hunting Group data.

PreReq: None

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 209 + HOLD Key

GRP = Hunt Group Number + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 Group Number

01 Hunt Method

02 Pilot Number

03 Group Name

04 DN for Display

05 System Call Forward

06 Multiple DN Hunt

Summary Value

Hunting Group Number 1to 90

Hunt Method

Pilot Directory Number

1:Serial

2:Circular

3:Distribute

Max 5 ASCII characters

Group Name

(Not available for DKT in R1)

Max 9 ASCII characters

DN that is displayed when in ringing or talk state with any of the members. This DN is also used when VM sends message waiting

ON command.

Max 5 ASCII characters

System Call Forward Group 0 to 4

Enable if hunt group is created for multiple DN operation.

Multiple DN hunt groups should be circular with no pilot number.

1:Enable

2:Disable

07 DHG Auto CampOn Whether to execute Automatic Camp On to the Distributed Hunt

Group or not.

Should be applied to VM Distributed Hunt Groups so callers automatically camp on to Voice Mail when all VM ports are busy.

Does not apply to Circular or Serial hunt groups.

1:Enable

2:Disable

-

-

-

Default

-

2:Circular

GRP=

LCD Prompt

1:SERIAL

2:CIRCULAR

3:DISTRIBUTE

PILOT=

NAME=

DN=

0

1:Enable

2:Disable

INDEX=

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

Rev1.0

3/7/01

209

NOTE

1.If Hunt Method is "3:Distribute", Pilot Number (02) is mandatory data.

2.To delete data from 02, 03, or 04 leave the field blank and the data is deleted.

209

Program 218

STATION HUNTING GROUP MEMBERS ASSIGNMENT

Rev1.0

3/7/01

This assignment configures which station DNs are in each hunt group and the rotation order in which the DNs are hunted.

PreReq: None

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 218 + HOLD Key

GRP = Hunt Group Number + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key or FKxx + Value + SPKR + Value + HOLD Key

Default Parameter

00 Hunt Group Number

01 Hunt Order

02 DN

03 DN Set Type

Summary

Enter the Hunt Group number that should be configured 1 to 90

Enter the position in the hunt group rotation order in which the DN should be placed.

1to 72

Value

Enter the station Prime or Phantom directory number that should be placed in the hunt group.

Max 5 ASCII characters

Should this assignmet modify (replace) an existing assignment or should it be inserted between existing assignments?

1:Modify

2:Insert

-

-

-

1:Modify

LCD Prompt

GRP=

INDEX=

DN=

1:MODIFY

2:INSERT

NOTE

1.If no data is entered in FK2, the data of FK2 that was assigned on NHS is deleted.

2.In FK3, when "modify" is inputted, DN of the hunting index that decide by FK1 is modified.

3.In FK3, when "insert" is inputted, DN that is inputted by FK2 is inserted before DN of the hunting index that decide by FK1.

218

Program 580

VOICE MAIL DATA ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns Voice Mail parameters for each Port.

PreReq: STATION ASSIGNMENT

Programming: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG = 580 + HOLD Key

DN = Prime DN + HOLD Key

SELECT PARAM FKxx + Value + HOLD Key

Parameter

00 VM Port DN

01 Control Method

02 Send A/D Tone

03 Send B Tone

04 End-toEnd

05 Rcv A/D, B Tone

06 Send DTMF

Summary

Prime DN

Voice Mail Port Integration Type DTMF Inband or

SMDI/SMDI+

Toshiba Stratagy/VP Integration (A and D tones)

Toshiba Stratagy/VP Integration (B + Station)

Enable DTMF signaling for DKT

Whether A,B,D tones are to be received by Voice Mail

Ports

Enables the sending of DTMF tones

Value

Max 5 ASCII characters

1:Inband

2:SMDI

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:B Tone

2:No Tone

3:B Tone And Extension

Number

1:Enable

2:Disable

1:Receive

2:Not Receive

1:Enable

2:Disable

Default

-

1:Inband

2:Disable

2:No Tone

Rev1.0

3/7/01

DN=

LCD Prompt

1:INBAND

2:SMDI

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:SEND B TONE

2:NO TONE

3:B+EXT

2:Disable 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

2:Not Receive 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:Enable 1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

580

Program 579

VOICE MAIL DATA FOR SYSTEM ASSIGNMENT

This command assigns (DTMF / SMDI) Voice Mail parameters for System.

PreReq:

Programming:

None

Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 * PW= 0000 (default)

PROG=XXX + HOLD key

SELECT PARAM FKx + parameter + HOLD key

Parameter

01 VM ID to DID/DNIS

Association

Summary

The VM-ID that is sent to voice mail after a transferred call forwards to Voice Mail.

Before Answer = send Station VM-ID

04 Output of CLASS / ANI

Before and After Answer = send DID VM-ID

02 Cancellation Method for Method to cancel Voice Mail message waiting indication.

VM MW Cancel upon Answer and Access Code or Access Code only.

03 Message Desk Number SMDI Message Desk Number (001) is sent in SMDI packet or the CO line number is sent.

Caller ID/ANI numbers are sent out the SMDI port.

Value

1:Before Answer

2:Before & After

1:Auto And Access Code

Cancel

2:Access Code Cancel

1: Enable

2: Disable

1: Enable

2: Disable and DNIS

05 Calling Number Digits SMDI-Station Number Digit Length.

Sent to VM

06 Blank Digits Sent to VM SMDI-Bellore Standard VM Interface. 1 = 1985 (single space). 2 = 1991 (two spaces).

07 Auto Cancel of VM and

MW

08 DTMF Duration

Setting of auto cancel of VM and MW (this function does is not supported)

VM ID Code and System DTMF Signal Time

2to10

1to2

1: Enable

2: Disable

1:80msec

2:160msec

09 LCD Control of Voice

Mail

Enables Toshiba SDMI + integration for LCD control of

VM. (See Note 1)

1: Enable

2: Disable

10 Central VM Callback Network DN that is used for call back in centralized VM Max 7 ASCII characters

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

DIGITS=

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

1:80MSEC

2:160MSEC

1:ENABLE

2:DISABLE

NW DN=

Rev1.0

3/7/01

Default LCD Prompt

1:Before Answer 1:BEFORE ANS

2:BEFORE&AFTER

2:Access Code

Cancel

1:AUTO&CODE

2:ACCESS CODE

2:Disable

2:Disable

10

2

2:Disable

1:80msec

1:Enable

DIGITS=

579

Parameter

11 CF All Call Record

12 CF Busy Record

13 CF No Ans Record

14 Direct Call Record

15 Retreive Messages

16 Voice Main DN

Summary

DTMF VM ID string for Call Forward All Calls (See Note

2)

Value

Max 4 ASCII characters

DTMF VM ID string for Busy Call Forward (See Note 2) Max 4 ASCII characters

DTMF VM ID string for No Ans Forward (See Note 2) Max 4 ASCII characters

DTMF VM ID string for Direct Call (See Note 2)

DTMF VM digits for Message Retreival (See Note 2)

Pilot Number DN of the VM as transfer destination (See

Note 2)

The length of VM-ID (See Note 2)

Max 4 ASCII characters

Max 4 ASCII characters

Max 7 ASCII characters

1to10 17 Length of VM ID

NOTE

1. SMDI + and LCD control of Voice Mail requires Stratagy Enterprise Server Release 3.x or higher.

2. FK 11 - 17 is not used at this time. The default data must be removed when using SMDI integration with M43-1.

91

Default LCD Prompt

RECORD=

91

92

91

91

-

10

RECORD=

RECORD=

RECORD=

RETRIEVE=

VM DN=

LENGTH=

579

47

Programming from the

Phone

Programming mode may be accessed from any station with a

20 button LCD DKT telephone.

DKT3020-SD and DKT2020-SD phones can be used for programming.

48

Programming Commands

Hold – Enter.

Page/Scroll – Scroll up or down.

Spkr - moves cursors between values.

VolSEscape.

VolTBack space for line editing.

# #

Hold – Cancel.

Programming Commands

* – Use this button between values to specify a range of objects to be programmed (1001*1005 enables programming of stations 1001 through 1005).

** – Use this button between values to specify a set of objects to be programmed ( 1001**1005**1012 enables programming of stations

1001, 1005 and 1012).

48

Off-hook – lift and replace the handset to immediately exit programming mode.

48

Programming Commands

Some Strata CTX Programs have more than 20 programmable parameters. To toggle from parameters FB01~FB20 and FB21~FB40 press the Scroll or Page button.

To view parameter options on your telephone LCD, press the desired FB button and press the Scroll or Page button.

Default and/or current settings are displayed on the telephone LCD with an asterisk.

Programming Commands

Each parameter shows a number to the left (e.g., 2:DISABLE). Program the desired parameter by pressing the number button (in this example ) that corresponds to your desired parameter.

To enter data, use the number keys.

To submit your program entry press

Hold. To confirm a submitted entry, press Hold again.

48

To exit a program press # # Hold.

48

Programming Commands

To enter the # character in your data string press the VolS and the # button simultaneously. A Y sign appears in your LCD. Press the # button, then enter the remaining data.

If you get an error code, press Hold

Hold to continue programming.

49

Enter Program Mode and Select Program

49

FB00 Parameters

FB00 parameters designate a specific station, trunk, or circuit to be programmed. (e.g., EQUIP=, DN=, INDEX=, etc.)

50

Programming Parameters

Programs can have between one and 40 programmable parameters, each represented by the

FBnn buttons.

The LEDs light up for each FBnn button that features a programmable parameter.

Programming Sub-parameters

To change one of the parameters, you must proceed through all three parameters before pressing Hold.

For example, to change the value of COS DAY1, you must change the

COS DAY1 value, then press Spkr twice, and finally, press Hold .

advertisement

Was this manual useful for you? Yes No
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the workof artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Related manuals

Download PDF

advertisement