Toshiba DK40 Programming manual

Toshiba DK40 Programming manual
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Telecommunication Systems Division
Digital Business Telephone Solutions
Programming Manual
Software Release 3.1
Software Release 3.1
Software Releases 3.2, 4.0
and ACD
DKA-MA-PRGRM-VD
4025056
June 1998
Publication Information
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Telecommunication
Systems Division, reserves the right, without prior notice, to revise
this information publication for any reason, including, but not limited
to, utilization of new advances in the state of technical arts or to
simply change the design of this document.
Further, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.,
Telecommunication Systems Division, also reserves the right, without
prior notice, to make such changes in equipment design or
components as engineering or manufacturing methods may warrant.
Version A, December 1996
Version A.1 (Update TB16-0003), February 1997
Version B, April 1997
Version C, October 1997
Version D (Update TBDK-0009), June 1998
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Telecommunication Systems Division
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Contents
Introduction
Organization.......................................................................................................................................... ix
New Format............................................................................................................................................ x
Conventions............................................................................................................................................ x
Why Are Some Cross References and Text Grey in the Paper Version?....................................... xi
Related Documentation......................................................................................................................... xi
Chapter 1 – Overview
Numerical Program Listing................................................................................................................. 1-1
Alphabetical Program Listing ............................................................................................................. 1-7
How to Program a Strata DK System ............................................................................................... 1-11
Programming Section Layout..................................................................................................... 1-11
Program Sequence ...................................................................................................................... 1-12
Programming Data Variations .................................................................................................... 1-13
First-time Programming .................................................................................................................... 1-15
Step 1: Check Minimum Hardware Requirements..................................................................... 1-15
Step 2: Initialize the System ....................................................................................................... 1-15
Step 3: Run Programs 03 and 19-1............................................................................................. 1-16
Step 4: Run Program 00.............................................................................................................. 1-16
Step 5: Set Date, Time and Day ................................................................................................. 1-16
Step 6: Run Additional Programs as Required........................................................................... 1-17
Programming Examples .................................................................................................................... 1-17
Chapter 2 – Initialization & Test
Program 91-9 System Initialization .................................................................................................... 2-2
Program 91-9 Example................................................................................................................. 2-3
Program 90 Initialize Programs 00~*99 ............................................................................................. 2-4
Program 90 Example .................................................................................................................... 2-5
Program 91-1 Automatic PCB Recognition and Port Renumber........................................................ 2-6
Program 91-1 Example................................................................................................................. 2-7
Program 91-2 Data Transfer from Temporary Memory to Working Memory ................................... 2-8
Program 92 Initializing Misc. Backup RAM ...................................................................................... 2-9
Program 92 Example .................................................................................................................. 2-10
Program 00 Part 1: Software Check.................................................................................................. 2-12
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Program 00 Part 1 - Example .....................................................................................................
Program 00 Part 2: Processor RAM Test..........................................................................................
General RAM Test......................................................................................................................
Display General RAM Test Results ...........................................................................................
Backup RAM Test ......................................................................................................................
Display Backup RAM Test Results............................................................................................
2-13
2-15
2-15
2-15
2-15
2-16
Chapter 3 – System & Station
Program 01 Station Logical Port Display and/or Change................................................................... 3-1
Program 02 Station Physical Port Display and/or Change.................................................................. 3-2
Program 03 for DK14 Slot Assignments ............................................................................................ 3-3
Program 03 for DK40 Flexible PCB Slot Assignments..................................................................... 3-4
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments ...................................................... 3-6
Program 03 Example .................................................................................................................. 3-10
Program *03 for DK424 Cabinet Type Identification ...................................................................... 3-11
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment ....................................................................... 3-12
DK14 Record Sheet .................................................................................................................... 3-12
DK40 Record Sheet .................................................................................................................... 3-13
DK424 Record Sheet .................................................................................................................. 3-14
Program 04 Example .................................................................................................................. 3-16
Program *04 [PhDN] and Distributed Hunt [DN] Assignments For Internal and Tie Line Calls.... 3-17
Program 05 Flexible Access Code Numbering................................................................................. 3-19
Program *05 Call Park Pickup Abbreviated Dialing ........................................................................ 3-21
Program 09 Built-in Auto Attendant Prompt / Station Assignments................................................ 3-22
Program *09 [PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or Modem DID Ext. Assignments .................................. 3-24
Program 10-1 System Assignments, Part 1 of 3 ............................................................................... 3-26
Program 10-2 System Assignments, Part 2 of 3 ............................................................................... 3-29
Program 10-3 System Assignments, Part 3 of 3 ............................................................................... 3-34
Example ...................................................................................................................................... 3-37
Program *10 Enhanced 911 Operation ............................................................................................. 3-38
Programs *10-11 and *10-12 E911 Standard Telephone Ports Assignment............................. 3-38
Program *10-91 E911 Interdigital Time .................................................................................... 3-39
Program *10-92 E911 Pause Before Send Timer....................................................................... 3-39
Program 12 System Assignments, Basic Timing.............................................................................. 3-40
Program 13 Defining the Message Center ........................................................................................ 3-42
Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options............................................................................. 3-43
Program *15 CO Line Tenant Assignments ..................................................................................... 3-46
Program 16 Assign CO Line Groups (or Dial 9) .............................................................................. 3-47
Program 17 DID/Tie Line Options ................................................................................................... 3-49
Program *17 DID Intercept Port Number (Vacant or Wrong Number) ........................................... 3-52
Program 19 Alternate Background Music Source Slot Assignment................................................. 3-53
Program 20 Computer and Data Interface Unit Configuration......................................................... 3-54
Program 21 Modem Pool Port Assignments..................................................................................... 3-58
Program 22 RPCI and DIU Station Hunting for Data Calls ............................................................. 3-60
Program 23 Built-in Auto Attendant (AA) Primary Announcement Assignments .......................... 3-61
Program 24 Built-in AA Secondary Announcement Assignments................................................... 3-61
Program 25-1 Built-in AA Incoming Call Overflow Time............................................................... 3-62
Program 26 Built-in AA Camp-on Busy Time ................................................................................. 3-63
Program 27 DKT Handset/Headset Receiver Volume Level ........................................................... 3-65
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Program 28 DSS Console/Attendant Telephone Assignments ......................................................... 3-66
Program 29-1~8 DSS Console and Number Button Assignments.................................................... 3-68
Program 29 - Initialized Default DSS Console Button Assignments......................................... 3-70
Program *29 Add-on Modules Button Assignments ........................................................................ 3-71
Program 29 - Add-on Modules Button Assignments ................................................................. 3-72
Program 30 Station Class of Service................................................................................................. 3-73
Program 30 - Example................................................................................................................ 3-77
Program *30 Telephone Group Page Assignments .......................................................................... 3-79
Program 31 Station Class of Service................................................................................................. 3-80
Program *31 Group Pickup Assignments ......................................................................................... 3-86
Program 32 Automatic Preference .................................................................................................... 3-88
Program *32 RS-232 Voice Mail Message Center Port ................................................................... 3-90
Program 33 [PDN]/ [PhDN] Station Hunting (Voice Calls Only).................................................... 3-91
Program 33 - Example................................................................................................................ 3-92
Program *33 [PhDN] Owner Telephone Assignment ...................................................................... 3-93
Program 34 Hold Recall Timing ....................................................................................................... 3-95
Program *34 Station Class Of Service.............................................................................................. 3-96
Program 35 Station Class of Service................................................................................................. 3-98
Program 36 Fixed Call Forward...................................................................................................... 3-102
Program *36 System NT Button Lock Password Changing Station Assignment .......................... 3-103
Program 37 Ring Transfer (Camp-on) Recall Time ....................................................................... 3-105
Program *37 Park Recall Timing.................................................................................................... 3-106
Program 38 Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type........................................................ 3-107
Assignments for 2000-Series Digital Telephone Keystrips ..................................................... 3-108
Assignments for 1000-Series Digital Telephone Keystrips ..................................................... 3-109
Assignments for Electronic Telephone Keystrips .................................................................... 3-109
Program *38 Standard Telephone Ring-Down Destination............................................................ 3-111
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments ..................................................................................... 3-113
Directory Number Button Assignments ................................................................................... 3-117
Alert Signal Button Assignments ............................................................................................. 3-120
Program *40 Distributed Hunt Group Member Assignments......................................................... 3-122
Program *41 for DK424 T1 Assignment Series (Part 1) ................................................................ 3-124
Program *41-1 T1 Span (RDTU) Frame and Line Code Assignments.................................... 3-124
Program *41-2 T1 Channel Assignments................................................................................. 3-125
Program *41-3 T1 Span Transmit Level Pad Assignments ..................................................... 3-126
Program *41-4 T1 Span Receive Level Pad Assignments ....................................................... 3-127
Program *50 Caller ID Circuit Assignments to CO Line PCBs ..................................................... 3-128
Program *51 Station Memory Allocation ....................................................................................... 3-130
Program *52 Caller ID/ANI Abandoned Call Number Station Owner Assignments..................... 3-132
Program 58 DK424 Attendant Console Series (Part 1) .................................................................. 3-134
Program 58-1 Attendant Console Overflow Timer .................................................................. 3-134
Program 58-2 Attendant Console Display Type....................................................................... 3-134
Program 58-4 Attendant Console Answer Button Priority Assignments ................................. 3-135
Program 58-5 Attendant Console Overflow Destination Assignments.................................... 3-136
Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes .................................................................. 3-137
Program 60-1 SMDR Data Output Options .................................................................................... 3-142
Program 60-2~7 SMDR Output/Account Code Digit Length ........................................................ 3-143
Program 60-8 Call Forward External (Remote Change, Security) ID Code................................... 3-145
Program 69 Verified Account Codes .............................................................................................. 3-146
Program 70 Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Assignments................................................ 3-148
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Program 71 DNIS............................................................................................................................ 3-150
Program *71~*73 [DN] to [DN], Tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] Ringing Assignments ............... 3-155
First Telephone Group.............................................................................................................. 3-156
Second Telephone Group ......................................................................................................... 3-156
Program 72 DNIS Number Network Table Assignments............................................................... 3-157
Program 74 System NT Button Lock Password ............................................................................. 3-159
Program 76-1(X-Y) DK14, DK40, All RCTUs .............................................................................. 3-160
Program 76-2 (X-Z) WSIU, TSIU and RSIU / RSIS / RMDS Transmission Rates....................... 3-162
Program 77-1 Peripheral Options (Door Phones) ........................................................................... 3-163
Program 77-2 Door Phone Busy Signal/Door Lock Assignments.................................................. 3-167
Program 77-3 Night Ringing Over PIOU External Page Zones ..................................................... 3-169
Program 77-4 RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output Assignments...................... 3-170
Program 78 CO Line Special Ringing Assignments....................................................................... 3-172
Program 79 Door Phone Ringing.................................................................................................... 3-174
Program *79 Door Phone to [DN] Flashing Assignments.............................................................. 3-176
Program 80 EKT and DKT Ringing Tones (CO Line Calls).......................................................... 3-177
Program *80 Call Forward Station Ring Assignment..................................................................... 3-178
Programs 81~89 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing.................................................. 3-179
Auto Attendant ......................................................................................................................... 3-180
CO lines to Ring Station [PDN] Ports and/or Distributed Hunt (DH) Group Ports................. 3-180
Station Ringing Modes ............................................................................................................. 3-180
Attendant Console (DK424 only)............................................................................................. 3-181
Programs *81, *84, and *87 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]............................................ 3-183
Program 93 CO Line Identification................................................................................................. 3-187
Program 97 Printing Program Data through SMDR ....................................................................... 3-189
Chapter 4 – Toll Restriction
Toll Restriction Methods..................................................................................................................... 4-1
Simple Toll Restriction................................................................................................................. 4-1
Three-digit Toll Restriction .......................................................................................................... 4-1
Six-digit Toll Restriction .............................................................................................................. 4-1
Toll Restriction Features ..................................................................................................................... 4-2
Station Priority Classes 1~8 ......................................................................................................... 4-2
Office Code Exception Tables...................................................................................................... 4-2
Emergency, Information, and Toll-free Long Distance Toll Restriction Override ...................... 4-2
Toll Restriction Override by System Speed Dial ......................................................................... 4-2
Toll Restriction/Traveling Class Override Codes ........................................................................ 4-2
Special Common Carrier Authorization ....................................................................................... 4-2
Completing the Toll Restriction System Record ................................................................................ 4-3
Program 40 Station CO Line Access .................................................................................................. 4-4
Program 41 Station Outgoing Call Restriction ................................................................................... 4-6
Program 42-0 CO Line to PBX/Centrex Connection & Access Codes .............................................. 4-8
Program 42-1~8 PBX/Centrex Access Codes................................................................................... 4-10
Program 43 0 + Credit Card Dialing Option..................................................................................... 4-11
Program 44-1~8 Toll Restriction/ Traveling Class Override Codes................................................. 4-13
Program 44-91~93 Emergency Bypass of Forced/Verified Account Codes .................................... 4-14
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan.................................................................................. 4-15
Pre-January 1995 North American Numbering Plan (NANP) ................................................... 4-16
Post 1995 North American Numbering Plan (NANP) ............................................................... 4-17
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Program 45-2 Toll Restriction Disable ............................................................................................. 4-20
Program 45-3~6 Special Common Carrier Numbers and Authorization Code Digit Length........... 4-21
Program 45-8~9 Toll Restriction Override Code.............................................................................. 4-23
Program *45-1 (1~4) Toll Restriction for Office Codes................................................................... 4-24
Program *45-2 (1~6) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass for Special Numbers that
Do Not Begin with */# .................................................................................................................... 4-25
Program *45-3 (1~9) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass For Special Numbers that Begin with */# ...... 4-27
Program *45-4 Special Code Dialing Sequence with LCR .............................................................. 4-29
LCR Example ............................................................................................................................. 4-30
Program 46-2~4 Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Area Codes by Class ........................................ 4-31
Program 46-6~8 Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Local Office Codes Assigned by Class ............ 4-32
Programs 46-10~80 Toll Restriction Class Parameters .................................................................... 4-34
Programs 46-11~46-81 Toll Restriction Class (1~8) Parameters ..................................................... 4-36
Program 47 Toll Restriction Exception Office Codes Assigned by Area Codes (Tables 1~16) ...... 4-37
Program 48 Station Toll Restriction Classification .......................................................................... 4-39
Chapter 5 – Least Cost Routing
LCR Features ...................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Parameters .................................................................................................................................... 5-1
Home Area Code .......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Special Codes ............................................................................................................................... 5-1
Long Distance Information Plan Number .................................................................................... 5-1
Local Call Plan Number ............................................................................................................... 5-1
Timeout after 0 (Zero) .................................................................................................................. 5-2
Area Code and Office Code Exceptions....................................................................................... 5-2
Schedule Assignments Call Routing Plans................................................................................... 5-2
Route Definitions.......................................................................................................................... 5-2
LCR Modified Digit Assignments................................................................................................ 5-2
LCR Station Access Priority Assignments................................................................................... 5-2
LCR Conditions .................................................................................................................................. 5-2
LCR CO Line Programming Reference Table.................................................................................... 5-3
Program 50-1 LCR Parameters ........................................................................................................... 5-4
LED 01: Enable System LCR....................................................................................................... 5-4
LED 02: Not used ......................................................................................................................... 5-4
LED 03: 555 LDI Route Per Program 50-4.................................................................................. 5-4
LED Button 04: Dial Tone After LCR Access............................................................................. 5-5
LED Button 05: Warning Tone Last Choice Route Number ....................................................... 5-5
Program 50-2 LCR Home Area Code................................................................................................. 5-5
Programs 50-3 (1~5) LCR Special Codes........................................................................................... 5-6
Program 50-4 LCR Long Distance Information (LDI) Plan Number................................................. 5-7
Program 50-5 LCR Local Call Plan Number...................................................................................... 5-8
Program 50-6 LCR Dial 0 (Zero) Time-out........................................................................................ 5-9
Overview for Programs 51~54............................................................................................................ 5-9
Program 51 LCR Area Codes ........................................................................................................... 5-10
HMIS Example ........................................................................................................................... 5-11
Program 52 LCR Office Code Exceptions for Specified Area Code................................................ 5-12
Program 52 Overview................................................................................................................. 5-13
Program 53 LCR Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans.................................................................. 5-14
Program 53 Overview................................................................................................................. 5-15
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Typical Installation Without Time Schedule Feature................................................................. 5-15
Installation Requiring Time Scheduling Feature........................................................................ 5-15
HMIS Example ........................................................................................................................... 5-16
Program 54 LCR Route Definition Tables........................................................................................ 5-17
HMIS Example ........................................................................................................................... 5-18
Program 55 LCR Modified Digits Table .......................................................................................... 5-19
Program 55-0 Delete Number of Digits From the Front of Dialed Number..................................... 5-20
Program 55-1 and 2 Add Digits Before and/or After the Dialed Number ........................................ 5-21
Program 56 LCR Station Group Assignments .................................................................................. 5-23
HMIS Example ........................................................................................................................... 5-24
Chapter 6 – Automatic Call Distribution
Program 03 RSIU, RSSU, PIOU, PIOUS ACD/MIS Slot Assignments ............................................ 6-3
Program 09 Auto Attendant Prompt/ACD Group Assignments ......................................................... 6-4
Program *09 ACD Group DID Line Digit Assignments .................................................................... 6-6
Program 10-4 ACD/ISDN Parameters ................................................................................................ 6-7
Program 11 ACD Timing Assignments .............................................................................................. 6-9
Program 14-0 Loop/Ground Start Line Direct to ACD Group Assignments.................................... 6-13
Program 14-1 ACD Agent Identification Code Assignments........................................................... 6-14
Program *14-1 Auto Answer with Zip Tone Assigned to Agent ID ................................................ 6-14
Program 18 Agent Names for SMIS/MIS Assignments ................................................................... 6-15
Program 14-2 ACD Supervisor Passwords ....................................................................................... 6-17
Program *14-2 DID, Tie, DNIS, ANI Line After Shift/Overflow Substitution Destinations .......... 6-18
Program 14-3 Announcement/Music Port and Queue Pattern.......................................................... 6-20
Program 14-4 Queue Time Out Overflow Destination ..................................................................... 6-23
Program 14-5 Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination....................................... 6-25
Program 14-6 After Shift Service Destination .................................................................................. 6-29
Program 14-71 Queue Size for Alarm, Immediate Assignments...................................................... 6-31
Program 14-72 Queue Size for Alarm 1 ........................................................................................... 6-32
Program 14-73 Queue Size for Alarm 2 ........................................................................................... 6-33
Program 14-8 Alarm Pattern Assignments ....................................................................................... 6-34
Program 14-9 Work Unit Assignments............................................................................................. 6-36
Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options............................................................................. 6-37
Program 17 DID/Tie Line Options ................................................................................................... 6-37
Program 35 Station Class of Service................................................................................................. 6-37
Program 71 DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Lines............................................................................................. 6-37
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones...................................................... 6-38
Related Programs........................................................................................................................ 6-41
Chapter 7 – ISDN
System Programs Overview................................................................................................................ 7-2
ISDN Related Programs...................................................................................................................... 7-3
Trunk Programs Overview.................................................................................................................. 7-5
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) Programming................................................................................. 7-5
Program 16 Assign CO Line Groups .................................................................................................. 7-6
Program *16 ISDN Trunk Group Type Assignment .......................................................................... 7-6
Program *42 Clock Source ................................................................................................................. 7-7
Program *42-1 Primary Timing Reference Assignments (Release 3.1 and earlier) .................... 7-8
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Program *43-1~3 D-Channel Control and NFAS Assignments ......................................................... 7-9
Program *43-2 Non-Facility Associated Signaling (NFAS) Assignment ........................................ 7-10
Program *43-3 Network PRI Interface Assignment ......................................................................... 7-10
Program *44 BRI Service Profile Identifier (SPID) Parameters ...................................................... 7-11
Program *60 BRI Line/Station Operation Assignment .................................................................... 7-12
Program *61 Analog Trunk Services for ISDN................................................................................ 7-13
Program *62 Non-ISDN Station Bearer Service .............................................................................. 7-14
Program *63 ISDN Dialing Parameters............................................................................................ 7-15
Program *64-1 Direct Inward Dialing Parameters............................................................................ 7-16
Program *64-2 Number of DID/DNIS Digits for Trunk Groups...................................................... 7-17
Program *65 ISDN Channel Group Assignment .............................................................................. 7-18
Program *66-1 Channel Group Number Parameters ........................................................................ 7-19
Programs *66-2 and *66-4 Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID ............................... 7-20
Program *66-3 Channel Group/Trunk Parameters ........................................................................... 7-22
Program *66-5 Line Directory Number (LDN) Registration ........................................................... 7-23
Program *66-6 LDN/Trunk Group to Channel Group Assignments ................................................ 7-24
Program *66-7 LDN/Trunk Group Assignments.............................................................................. 7-25
Program *67-1 Trunk Group Call Direction..................................................................................... 7-26
Program *67-2 Call Types for ISDN Trunk Group Supported......................................................... 7-27
Program *67-3 Call Types for ISDN Trunk Groups......................................................................... 7-28
Program *67-4 ISDN Trunk Groups Maximum Channel Reservation............................................. 7-29
Program *68-1 Calling Number ID Presentation Parameters ........................................................... 7-30
Program *68-2 Outbound CNIS Parameters..................................................................................... 7-31
Program *69-1 CNIS Presentation Parameters ................................................................................. 7-32
Program *69-2 Special Number Assignment.................................................................................... 7-33
Chapter 8 – E911
Operation Overview ............................................................................................................................ 8-1
SMDR ................................................................................................................................................. 8-3
Programming Overview ...................................................................................................................... 8-4
Program *11-0 E911/CAMA Trunk Assignments.............................................................................. 8-5
Program *11-1 CAMA Trunk Group Line Assignments.................................................................... 8-7
Program *11-2 CAMA Trunk Group Hunting Assignments.............................................................. 8-8
Program *11-5 CAMA Digits Sent on 911 Calls................................................................................ 8-9
Program *11-6 E911 Interdigital Timer............................................................................................ 8-10
Program *11-8 911 Special [DN] Notification Assignments ........................................................... 8-11
Program *12 CESID Station Information ......................................................................................... 8-12
Program *13 Station To CAMA Trunk Group Assignment ............................................................. 8-14
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User Guides
Glossary .......................................................................................................................................... GL-1
Index .................................................................................................................................................... IN-1
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Introduction
This manual provides for programming the Strata DK14 / DK40 / DK424 digital business
telephone systems. It is intended for qualified service technicians and system programmers. At
the time of this printing, this book contains Release 4.0 information for the DK424. It also
contains some pre-release information for software beyond Release 4.0.
Important! Information beyond Release 4.0 is preliminary and given prior to product
release. Be careful when using this information as the software will change and
updates/additions will be required upon final release.
The Installation and Maintenance (I&M) Manual, a companion book, covers the installation
and maintenance information and instructions for the Strata DK systems discussed in this
book.
Organization
This manual is organized as follows for your convenience:
♦
Chapter 1 – Overview includes general programming information and basic instructions
on how to program the system with a 20-button LCD digital or electronic telephone.
♦
Chapter 2 – Initialization and Test includes information for initializing and test
programs.
♦
Chapter 3 – System and Station includes programming information for the entire system
and individual stations.
♦
Chapter 4 – Toll Restriction includes programming information for Toll Restriction.
♦
Chapter 5 – Least Cost Routing includes programming information for Least Cost
Routing.
♦
Chapter 6 – Automatic Call Distribution includes ACD programming for DK424 (ACD
does not apply to the RCTUA processor).
♦
Chapter 7 – ISDN includes programming instructions and record sheets for Integrated
Systems Digital Networking features for the DK424.
♦
Chapter 8 – E911 includes programming information for connecting the DK424 to
Enhanced 911 CAMA trunks.
♦
User Guides contains reduced copies of the Strata DK companion user and quick
reference guides.
♦
Glossary/Index
The programs in each chapter are given in numerical order (except Initialization and Test
which is given in order of importance). The “*” programs are located behind the program of
the same name (e.g., Program *09 follows Program 09).
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New Format
Introduction
New Format
This Programming Manual has a new and improved format intended to make programming
procedures easier. The most notable change is simplified, generic system record sheets. The
record sheets have legends that show you specific port configurations for Strata DK14, DK40
and DK424 systems.
After using the legends, copy the generic record sheets as required to accommodate your
system ports and settings. Another improvement is the placement of all information pertaining
to a specific program directly after that program’s system record sheet. This eliminates the
need to search throughout the manual for information, reduces redundant theory and notes,
and allows us to provide you more accurate and concise programming information.
Conventions
This manual uses these conventions:
Note
Elaborates specific items or references other information. Within some tables, General
Notes apply to the entire table and numbered Notes apply to specific items.
Important! Calls attention to important instructions or information.
CAUTION! Advises you that hardware, software applications or data could be damaged
if the instructions are not followed closely.
WARNING! Alerts you when the given task could cause personal injury or death.
([WUD%ROG
[DN]
represents telephone buttons.
any Directory Number button (also known as an Extension or Intercom
Number).
[PDN]
Primary Directory Number button (the Extension Number for the
telephone).
[SDN]
Secondary appearance of a [PDN]. A [PDN] which appears on another
telephone is considered an [SDN].
[PhDN]
Phantom Directory Number button (an additional Directory Number).
Courier
shows a computer keyboard entry or screen display. “Type” indicates
entry of a string of text. “Press” indicates entry of a single key.
Example of both: Type prog then press Enter.
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Introduction
+
shows a multiple PC keyboard or phone button entry. Entries without
spaces between them show a simultaneous entry.
Example: Delete+Enter.
Entries with spaces between them show a sequential entry.
Example: + .
~
➤
means “through”.
denotes the step in a one-step procedure.
used in a programming sequence to denote a variable LED button. A
number on the black button represents a specific LED button.
indicates continuation of a series of numbers entered.
Why Are Some Cross References and Text Grey in the Paper Version?
Grey cross references and text in the paper version of this manual indicate the blue hypertext
links in the electronic version (DK Library CD-ROM or FYI Internet download). They are
included in the paper version to help speed up locating these links when using in conjunction
with the electronic version.
Related Documentation
The following is a list of Strata DK reference documents:
Strata DK
♦
Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual covers the installation and
maintenance information for the Strata DK systems discussed in this book.
♦
Digital Telephone User Guide provides necessary procedures to operate Toshibaproprietary digital and digital Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) telephones. It also includes
operating instructions for add-on modules and DSS consoles.
♦
Digital Telephone Quick Reference Guide provides a quick reference for frequentlyused digital telephone features.
♦
Electronic Telephone User Guide provides necessary procedures to operate Toshibaproprietary electronic and electronic Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) telephones. It also
includes operating instructions for add-on modules and HDSS consoles.
♦
Electronic Telephone Quick Reference Guide provides a quick reference for frequentlyused electronic telephone features.
♦
Standard Telephone User Guide gives procedures to operate rotary dial and push-button
standard telephones.
♦
Cordless Telephone User Guide shows how to use the DKT2004-CT cordless digital
telephone as a single unit or in conjunction with a digital telephone.
♦
PC Attendant Console User Guide provides necessary procedures to operate the
Toshiba-proprietary PC Attendant Console.
♦
PC Attendant Console Quick Reference Guide provides a quick reference for
frequently-used PC Attendant Console features.
Programming
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Related Documentation
xii
Introduction
♦
PC/Data Interface User Guide explains all the procedures necessary to operate standalone data interface units while in the data mode of the Integrated Personal Computer
Interface. Also provides instructions on connecting to Telephone Application
Programming Interface (TAPI).
♦
PC Digital Telephone User Guide provides installation and operation information for
Toshiba’s Personal Computer Digital Key Telephone (PC-DKT) system working with
Strata DK systems. The PC Digital Telephone works with Microsoft® Windows® software.
♦
System Administrator’s Guide gives instructions for the System Administrator to
manage the system. Contains instructions for Station Relocation, System Speed Dial, and
other features only activated by the System Administrator.
♦
Feature Description Manual describes each feature associated with the Strata DK
systems. Also describes compatible Toshiba-proprietary telephones and peripherals.
♦
DKQuote Guide shows how to use this interactive software with an IBM-compatible PC,
to assist you with configuration and pricing worksheets.
♦
DKBackup/Admin Guide explains how to use the DKBackup storage and retrieval
administration software, which enables you to backup and restore Strata DK customer
programmed data and save the data on an IBM-compatible PC. This guide also describes
how to use DKAdmin, an interactive software application that lets you easily and quickly
custom program and update all Strata DK systems with a user-friendly PC display.
♦
Keyprint 2000 Guide provides instructions for the Keyprint 2000 software printing
package which allows you to print and store custom button label keystrips for Strata DK
2000-series 10-button or 20-button digital telephones, 20-button add-on modules, and 60button digital DSS consoles.
♦
Strata DK Installation & Maintenance Manual provides installation instructions for
configuring and installing the Strata DK14, DK40 and DK424. It also includes T1/DS-1
interface installation and configuration instructions, as well as fault finding flowcharts to
troubleshoot the systems. An ACD section provides instructions for installing ACD into
the Strata DK424. Additionally, hardware and PCB information for Integrated Systems
Digital Networking (ISDN) Basic and Primary Rate Interface is covered.
♦
Strata DK Library CD-ROM enables you to view, print, navigate and search
publications for Strata DK14, DK40 and DK424 Digital Business Telephone Systems.
♦
Hospitality Management Information System (HMIS) General Description provides
an overall view of the system’s hardware, software, applications and features. The HMIS
is a PC-based solution, designed to meet the specific operational needs of small- to
medium-sized hotel/motels and includes both the PC and software.
♦
Hospitality Management Information System (HMIS) User Guide describes the
product’s many software features and gives step-by-step instructions for using them.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
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Overview
Numerical Program Listing
00
Part 1: Software Check/Remote Maintenance Security Code
Assignments
X
00
Part 2: RCTU: Random Access Memory (RAM) Test
X
01
Station Logical Port Display and/or Change
X
02
Station Physical Port Display and/or Change
X
03
Flexible PCB Cabinet and Slot Assignments
X
*03
Cabinet Type Identification
X
04
Station Logical Port Primary Directory Number Assignment
X
*04
[PhDN] and Distributed Hunt [DN] for Internal Tie Line Calls
X
05
Flexible Access Code Numbering
X
*05
Call Park Pickup Abbreviated Dialing
X
09
Built-in Auto Attendant Prompt/Station Assignments
X
X
*09
[PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or Modem DID External Assignments
X
X
10-1~3
System Assignments, Basic Timing
X
10-4
ACD Parameters and ISDN PRI and BRI T-wait Timers
E911 Standard Telephone Ports Assignment
X
*10-12
E911 Standard Telephone Ports Assignment
X
*10-91
E911 Interdigital TImer
X
*10-92
E911 Pause Before Send TImer
X
11
ACD Timing Assignments
*11-1~9
CAMA Trunk Assignments
X
12
System Assignments
X
*12
ANI Station Information
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X
X
*10-11
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
Station
System
Program Title
Initialization & Test
Program Number
The following numerical listing gives you the Strata DK program numbers, titles and program
types.
X
X
X
1-1
13
Defining the Message Center
X
*13
Station Group Information
X
14-0
Loop/Ground Start CO Line Direct Ring to ACD Group
Assignments
X
14-1
ACD Agent Identification Code Assignments
X
*14-1
Auto Answer with Zip Tone Assigned to Agent ID
X
14-2
ACD Supervisor Passwords
X
*14-2
DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Line After Shift and Overflow Substitution
Destination
X
14-3
Announcement / Music Port Assignments and Queue Pattern
X
14-4
Queue Time Out Overflow Destination
X
14-5
Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination
Assignments
X
14-6
After Shift Service Destination
X
14-71
Queue Size for Alarm (Immediate Assignments)
X
14-72
Queue Size for Alarm 1
X
14-73
Queue Size for Alarm 2
X
14-8
Alarm Pattern Assignments
X
14-9
Work Unit Assignments / Stroke Digit Length
X
15
Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
X
X
*15
CO Line Tenant Assignments
X
16
Assign CO Line Groups (Dial 9, 81~84, 81~88 or 801~816)
X
*16
ISDN Trunk Group Type Assignment
17
DID/Tie Line Options
X
*17
DID Intercept Port Number
X
18
Agent ID Code Name for MIS Assignments
19
Alternate Background Music (BGM) Source Slot Assignment
20
Computer Interface Unit and Data Interface Unit Configuration
X
21
Modem Pool Port Assignments
X
22
Computer and Data Interface Units (DIU) Station Hunting (Data
Calls)
X
23
Built-in Primary Auto Attendant Announcement Device
Assignments
X
24
Built-in Secondary Auto Attendant Announcement Device
Assignments
X
25-1
Incoming Built-in Auto Attendant Call Overflow Time
X
26
Built-in Auto Attendant Camp-on-Busy Time
X
27
Digital Telephone Handset/Headset Receiver Volume Level
X
1-2
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
Station
Program Title
System
Overview
Initialization & Test
Program Number
Numerical Program Listing
X
X
X
X
X
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DSS Console/Attendant Telephone Assignments
X
29-1~8
DSS Console Button Assignments Console Number
X
*29
Add-on Module Button Assignments
X
30
Station Class of Service
X
*30
Telephone Group Page Assignments
X
31
Station Class of Service
X
*31
Group Pickup Assignments
X
32
Automatic Preference
X
*32
RS-232 (SMDI or Toshiba Proprietary) Voice Mail Message
Center Port
X
33
Station Intercom and Directory Number Hunting (Voice Calls
Only)
X
*33
Phantom Directory Number [PhDN] Owner Telephone
Assignments
X
34
Hold Recall Timing
X
*34
Station Class of Service (Standard Telephone Camp-on Busy
and Busy Override Tone Option)
X
35
Station Class of Service
X
36
Fixed Call Forward (Voice Calls Only)
X
*36
System NT Button Lock Password Changing Station
Assignment
X
37
CO and Tie Line Ring Transfer (Camp-on) Recall Time
X
*37
Park Recall Timing
X
38
Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
X
39
Flexible Button Assignment
X
40
Station CO Line Access
*40
Distributed Hunt Group Member Assignments
41
Station Outgoing Call Restriction
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
System
Initialization & Test
Program Number
Program Title
Station
Numerical Program Listing
Overview
X
X
X
X
X
*41-1
T1 Span Frame and Coding Assignments
X
X
*41-2
T1 Channel Assignments
X
X
*41-3
T1 Span Transmit (Send) Level Pad Assignments
X
*41-4
T1 Span Receive Level Pad Assignments
X
42-0
CO Line to PBX/Centrex Connection
X
42-1~8
PBX/Centrex Access Code
X
*42-1
T1 Span Primary Reference Assignments
X
*42-2
T1 Span and Secondary Timing (Backup) Reference
Assignments
X
43
0 + Credit Card Dialing Option
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X
1-3
*43-1~3
D-Channel Control and NFAS Assignments
44-1~8
Toll Restriction Class (1~8)/Traveling Class Override Codes
X
44-91~93
Emergency Bypass of Forced/Verified Account Codes
X
*44
BRI Service Profile Identifier (SPID) Parameters
45-1
LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
X
45-2
Toll Restriction Disable
X
45-3~6
Special Common Carrier (SPCC) Numbers and Authorization
Code Digit Length
X
45-8~9
Toll Restriction Override Code
X
*45-1
Toll Restriction for Office Codes in Local and All Other Area
Codes
X
*45-2
LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass for Special Numbers That Do Not
Being with * or # Digits
X
X
*45-3
LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass - Special Numbers Beginning with *
or #
X
X
*45-4
LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass
X
X
46-2~4
Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Area Codes Assigned by Class
X
46-6~8
Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Office Codes Assigned by Class
for Local Calls
X
46-10~80
Toll Restriction Class Parameters
X
46-11~81
Toll Restriction Class Parameters
X
46-21, -31
-41, -51,
-61 -71,
-81,
Toll Restriction Classes 2~8
X
47
Toll Restriction Exception Office Codes Assigned by Area Codes
X
48
Station Toll Restriction Classification
X
50-1
Least Cost Routing Parameters
X
50-2
Least Cost Routing Home Area Code
X
50-31~35
Least Cost Routing Special Code
X
50-4
Least Cost Routing Long Distance Information (LDI) Plan
Number
X
50-5
Least Cost Routing Local Call Plan Number
X
50-6
Least Cost Routing Dial Zero Time-out
X
*50
Caller ID (RCIU/RCIS) Circuit Assignments to CO Line (RCOU,
RCOS, RGLU, and PCOU)
51
Least Cost Routing Area Codes
*51
Station Memory Allocation to Store Caller ID and/or ANI
Numbers on Abandoned/ Unanswered Calls
52
Least Cost Routing Code Exceptions for Specified Area Code
1-4
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
Station
Program Title
System
Overview
Initialization & Test
Program Number
Numerical Program Listing
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Programming
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*52
Caller ID or ANI Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Circuit Abandoned
Call Number Store Station Owner Assignments
53
Least Cost Routing Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans
X
54
Least Cost Routing Route Definition Tables
X
55-0
Least Cost Routing Modified Digits Table (Delete)
X
55-1~2
Least Cost Routing Modified Digits Table (Add)
X
56
Least Cost Routing Station Group Assignments
X
58-1
Attendant Console Overflow Timer
X
58-2
Attendant Console Display Type, Answer Button Operation, and
Call Waiting Tone
X
58-4
Attendant Console Answer Button Priority Assignments
X
58-5
Attendant Console Overflow Destination Assignments
X
59
Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
X
60-1
SMDR Data Output Options
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
System
Initialization & Test
Program Number
Program Title
Station
Numerical Program Listing
Overview
X
X
*60
BRI Assignment for Line/Station Operation
60-2~7
SMDR Output/Account Code Digit Length
X
X
60-8
Call Forward External (Remote Change, Security) ID Code
X
*61
Analog Trunk Bearer Service
X
*62
Non-ISDN Station Bearer Service
X
*63
Timer for Sending Dialed Digits
X
*64-1
Direct Inward Dialing Parameters
X
*64-2
Number of DID/DNIS Digits for Trunk Groups
X
*65
Call by Call Channel Group Assignment
X
*66-1
Channel Group Number Parameters
X
*66-2,
*66-4
Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID
X
*66-3
Channel Group/Trunk Parameters
X
*66-5
Line Directory Number (LDN) Registration
X
*66-6
LDN/Trunk Group to Channel Group Assignments
X
*66-7
LDN/Trunk Group Assignments
X
*67-1
Trunk Group Call Direction
X
*67
Call Types for ISDN Trunk Group Supported
X
*67
Call Types for ISDN Trunk Groups
X
*67
ISDN Trunk Group Maximum Channel Reservation
X
*68-1
Calling Number ID Presentation Parameters
X
*68-2
Outbound CNIS Parameters
X
69
Verified Account Codes
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Programming
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1-5
ISDN
ACD
Least Cost Routing
Toll Restriction
Station
Program Title
System
Overview
Initialization & Test
Program Number
Numerical Program Listing
*69-1
CNIS Presentation Parameters
X
*69-2
Special Number Assignment
X
70
Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Class Assignments
X
71-0
DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Lines
X
71-1~3
DNIS Number and ANI Line Routing Assignments
X
71-4
DNIS Number and ANI Only Lines Voice Mail (VM) ID
Assignments
X
71-5
DNIS Number Name Display
X
X
*71~*73
[DN] to [DN], Tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] Ringing Assignments
72
DNIS Network Table Assignments
X
X
74
System NT Button Lock Password
X
76-1
TSIU, WSIU, RSIU, RSIS, and RMDS Port Assignments
X
76-2
TSIU, WSIU, RSIU, RSIS, and RMDS Port Assignments
X
77-1
Peripheral Options RSIU, RSIS, RMDS, IMDU, PIOU, PIOUS,
and PEPU
X
77-2
Door Phone Busy Signal/Door Lock Assignments
77-3
Night Ringing Over PIOU External Page Zones
X
77-4
RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output
Assignments (Caller ID/DNIS/ANI Open Architecture Output
Options)
X
78
Ground and Loop Start CO Line Special Ringing Assignments,
DISA, IMDU, RMDS, and Night Ringing Over External Page
X
79
Door Phone Ringing
X
*79
Door Phone to [DN] Flashing Assignments
X
X
80
Electronic and Digital Telephone Ringing Tones (CO Line Calls)
X
*80
Call Forward Station Ring Assignment (Release 3.2)
X
*81, *84,
*87
Ground/Loop Start/ CO Line to Directory Number Button LED
Flash Assignments
X
81~89
Ground/Loop Start/CO Line/Station Auto Attendant, Attendant
Console, and Distributed Hunt Group Ringing Assignments
X
90
Initializing Program 00~*99
X
91-1
Automatic PCB Recognition/Port Renumber
X
91-2
Data Transfer from Temporary Memory to Working Memory
X
91-9
System Initialization
X
92
Initializing Speed Dial Numbers, VM ID Codes, Character
Message Memory Timed Reminders, Digital Telephone Volume,
Called ID, ANI, and Call Forward Backup RAM
X
93
CO Line Identification
X
97
Printing Program Data through SMDR
X
1-6
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Programming
June 1998
Alphabetical Program Listing
Overview
Alphabetical Program Listing
This alphabetical program listing gives you features/topics and the corresponding Strata DK program
numbers that relate to the topic.
Feature or Topic
Feature or Topic
Program Number
Account Codes
15, 70, 39, 69, 30, 60
ACD
03, 09, *09, 10-4, 11,
14-0, 14-1, *14-1, 14-2,
*14-2, 14-3, 14-4, 14-5,
14-6, 14-8, 14-9, 14-71,
14-72, 14-73, 15, 17, 18,
35, 39, 71-1~3
Add-on Module
*29
Alarm Sensor
39
All Call Voice Page
05, 10-2, 31, 39
Alert Signal
39
Alternate Point Answer
10-1
Amplified Conference
(External)
10-2, 10-3
ANI
10-3, 20, 39, *51, *52, 59,
60-1, 71-0~5), 72, 77-4
Attendant Console
03, 58-1, 58-2, 58-4, 58-5,
59
Auto Attendant (Built-in)
09, 10-3, 23~26, 78,
81~89
Program Number
Call Blocking (VM
Ports)
31
Call Forward Blocking
with Handsfree
35
Call Forward External
05, 12, 15, 41, 60-8
Call Forward Station
Ring (ground/loop start
lines)
*80
Call Forwarding (all
types)
10-2, 36, 39, 40
Call Park Orbits
*05, *37, 39, 58-4, 59
Call Pickup
10-1, *15, *31, 39
Call Transfer with
Camp-on
10-1
Caller ID
03, 10-3, 20, 39, *50, *51,
*52, 59, 60-1, 77-4, (DK
14 only: 76-1, 76-2)
Camp-on
10-2, 31, *34, 37
Centrex/PBX
Compatible
42-0, 42-1~8, *45
Centrex Ringing
Repeat
10-1
CO/Centrex/PBX
Feature Buttons
39, 42-0, 42-1~8
CO Line Access
39, 40, 41
Automatic Busy Redial
(ABR)
10-1, 16, 30, 39
Automatic Callback
05, 39, 10-2
Automatic Hold
35
Automatic Hold Recall
34
CO Line Alpha
Identification
93
Automatic PCB
Recognition
91
CO Line Groups
16
Automatic Preference
32
CO Line Reseize Guard
Time
10-1, 42-0
Automatic Release
Hold/VM Port
15
CO Line Queuing
05, 16
Background Music
05, 10-2, 19, 39
CO Line Ringing
78, *80, 81~89, *81, *84,
*87
Busy Override
05, 31
Conferencing
10-1, 10-2, 15
Busy Station Transfer/
Ringing
35
Credit Card Calls (0 +
dialing)
43, 60-7
Cabinet Type
Identification
*03
Data Port/DIU
Configuration
20, 21, 22, 39
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Programming
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Alphabetical Program Listing
Overview
Feature or Topic
Program Number
Feature or Topic
Program Number
DAY/NIGHT Mode
10-2, 78, 81~89, *80, *81,
*84, *87
DTMF Continuous Tone
(2000-series DKT)
35
Delayed Ringing
*80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88, 89
Emergency Numbers
44-91~93
Digital Telephone
03, 27, 30, 38, 39, 80, 925
Enhanced 911 (E911)
*11-0, *11-1, *11-2, *11-5,
*11-6, *11-8, *12, *13
Direct Inward Dialing
(DID)
*09, 15, 17, *17, 30, 71,
72
Exclusive Hold
10-1
Executive Override
05, 10-2, 30
Direct Inward System
Access (DISA)
15, 10-1, 60, 78
External Page Interface
10-2, 77-1, 77-3, 78
Direct Station Selection
Buttons
29-1~29-8, 39
External Zone Paging
05, 77-1, 77-3
Directory Number
04, *04, *33, 39, 71-(0-3),
*71, *72, *73, 79, *79, 8189, *81, *84, *87
Fixed Call Forwarding
36, 39
Flash Key Assignment
39
Flash Timing
12
Flexible Access Code
Numbering
05, *05
Flexible Button
Assignments
38, 39
Flexible Directory
Numbering
04, *04, 05, 39
Directory Number
Buttons
39
DISA Code Revision
05, 30
Distinctive Station
Ringing
10-2, 80
Distributed Hunt
*04, 33, *40, 71-(0-3), 8189, *81, *84, *87
DKAdmin
77-1
Flexible Line Ringing
Assignment
81~89
DNIS
12, 17, 20, 60-1, 71-(0-5),
72, 77-4
Flexible PCB Slot
Configuration
91-9, 91-1, 03
Do Not Disturb
39
15, 30, 60, 39
Do Not Disturb
Override
05, 30
Forced and Voluntary
Account Codes
Group Paging
05, *30
Door Lock Control
39, 77-1, 77-2
Group Pickup
*31
Door Phones
05, 77-1, 77-2, 79, *79
HMIS
DSS Console Features
03, 28, 29-1~29-8, 10-2
03, 50-1, 50-2, 50-3, 50-4,
50-5, 50-6, 51, 52, 53, 54,
55-0, 55-1/2, 56, 60-2,
60-3, 76-1
DSS DKT/EKT
28
ISDN
DTMF and Dial Pulse
Assignments
10-1, 15, 30, 39
DTMF Receiver
(QRCU3, K5RCU,
RRCS) Operation
03, 12, 15
10-1, 10-4, 16, *16, *42-1,
*42-2, *43-1~3, *44, *60,
*61, *62, *63, *64-1, *642, *65, *66-1~7, *67-1~4,
*68-1, *68-2, *69-1, *69-2
Handsfree Answerback
17, 31
DTMF Signal Time, CO
lines (80/160 ms)
10-1
Hold/Park Recall
Timing
34
DTMF Signal Time, VM
Ports (80/160 ms)
10-2
Hunting, Station
10-2, 22, 33
10-2
Immediate Transfer
with Soft Key
10-2
DTMF Tone/No Tone/
Padded Tone Return
1-8
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Programming
June 1998
Alphabetical Program Listing
Overview
Feature or Topic
Program Number
Feature or Topic
Program Number
Initialization (system
programs)
91-9, 91-1, 90
Pooled Line LED – No
Flash
31
Initialization (system/
personal memory)
91-9, 92
Port/Station Number
Assignment
04
Keystrips
38
Privacy/Non-Privacy
31, 30, 39
Least Cost Routing
*45-2, *45-3, *45-4, 50~56
Privacy Override
10-2, 30, 31
Liquid Crystal Display
Features
10-2, 35, 39
RAM Test (see Memory
Test)
00 (Part 2)
Logical Port Display/
Change
01
Redial Last Number
39
00 (Part 2)
Remote Administration
and Maintenance
00, 03, *09, 77-1, 78
RAM Memory Test
Message Center
13, *32
Repeat Last Number
Dialed
39
Message Waiting/Flash
05, 10-2, 12, 35, 39
Ring Transfer
10-1, 37
Microphone Control
30, 39
Ringing Repeat
10-1
Modem Pool Port
Assignment
20, 21
Ring Tones
80
Music-on-Hold
77-1
Ring Flash
Assignments
*71~*73, 81~89, *81, *84,
*87
Night Pickup Code
05
77-1, 77-3, 78
Ringing Line
Preference
32, 81~89
Night Ringing over
External Page
RS-232 Interface
Night Transfer
29, 39, 59, 77-1, 78
03, (41, 42, 43, 49), 20,
76, 77-1, 77-4
Night Transfer Lock
*36, 39, 59, 74
Saved Number Redial
39
Off-hook Call Announce
03, 30, 31, 39
Security Code (CFEXT.)
60-8
On-hook Dialing
32
Security Code (DISA)
05, 30, 60-6
Outgoing Call
Restriction
41
Security Code (R.
Maintenance)
00
Paging-DKT/EKT (Also
see Group Paging and
External Paging)
31, 39
Slot Assignment
03
Software Version
00
Passwords-Remote
Programming
00
Speakerphone
Assignment
30
Pause Timing
12, 39
Speed Dial
10-1, 30, 39
PBX Access Code
42-1~42-8
Speed Dial Clear
92
PBX Backup
42-0
02
Speed Dial Entry
Timeout
10-3
Physical Port Display/
Change
16, 39
Standard Telephone
Options
10-2, 30, *34, 35
Pooled CO Lines
Pooled Line Buttons
16, 39
Station Class of Service
30, 31, *34, 35
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Programming
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Alphabetical Program Listing
Overview
Feature or Topic
Program Number
Station Hunting (Data
Calls)
22
Station Hunting (Voice
Calls)
33
Station Message Detail
Recording (SMDR)
03, 60-1~60-7, 76, 97
Station-to-Station
Volume
10-1
SMDI VM Interface
03, 10-2, 10-3, 13, 31,
*32, *40, 76
T1 Assignments
*41, *42
Tandem CO Line
Connections
10-1, 15
Tenant Service
*15, *36, 39, 77-3, 74
Tie Lines
03, 04, 15, 17, 30, 37, 71,
72
Toll Restriction
10-1, 30, 35, 41~48,
*45-1~3
Toll Restriction Override
10-1
Toll Restriction Override
Code Revision
30
Toshiba Proprietary VM
Interface
03, 10-2, 13, *32
Transfer Privacy
10-1
Traveling Class
44-1~8
Traveling Class Code
Revision
30
Verifiable Account
Codes
15, 30, 39, 60, 69, 70
Verifiable Account
Codes Revision
30
Voice Mail Interface
10-2, 31, 33, 39
Voice or Tone Signaling
05, 10-1, 10-2
Volume Reset (Digital
Telephones)
92-5
Volume Set (Digital
Telephones)
27
Voluntary Account
Codes
39
1-10
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
How to Program a Strata DK System
Overview
How to Program a Strata DK System
Fill out the record sheets that are provided, then enter this data using a 20-button LCD digital
(DKT) or electronic (EKT) telephone. Strata DK enables you to enter data from an on-site or
off-site PC with Toshiba DKAdmin software. Toshiba highly recommends this easier method
of programming.
DK14/DK40: the programming telephone must be any 20-button LCD DKT (or EKT, DK40
only). The DKT must be connected to a Base KSU, PDKU, RDSU, QCDU, or KCDU digital
port. An EKT must be connected to a PEKU port.
DK424: the programming telephone must be a 20-button LCD DKT or EKT connected to
circuit 6 of a PDKU or PEKU installed in cabinet slot 11 and/or slot 12.
Note
Phones connected to an RDSU or PESU cannot be used to program DK424.
Programming Section Layout
Each programming section within a chapter begins with the program’s number and title,
followed by processor and program type, initialized default, program sequence, then record
sheets. A program overview and additional program information are given after the record
sheets (see Figure 1-1).
Note
Some common program sections also include examples for your convenience.
Program 30 Station Class of Service
Program Overview
System Programs
Program 30 Overview
Program 30 enables or disables features for individual telephones at the station level. The following text
describes Program 30 LEDs.
Brief description of program
function(s).
Privacy Override, LED 19
With Privacy Override enabled (LED 19 ON), a station can override calls and listen to a CO line
conversation by pressing a common CO line button (not a [DN] button). You can set a warning tone for
Privacy Override (see Program 10-2).
Program 30 Station Class of Service
Number/Title
System Programs
Program 30
Station Class of Service
Gives the type of processor that is
compatible with the given program.
Be sure to read this information
before attempting to use a program
with your system application.
Program Sequence
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
Feature
Record Sheet
Provides a list of available
features. The sheet is used to
record the assignment of
features or the operation of each
program. Each sheet provides
space to record data. This data
will be referred to when
programming the system.
Figure 1-1
Strata DK
LED
Additional details on the program
features that were given on the
system record sheet.
Processor Type
Processor Type: DK14/DK40/DK424
Program Type: System
Initialized Default: LEDs 01, 05 and 07 for all ports
Keystrokes for entering data
from system record sheets
follow a pattern, consisting of a
five-step process described and
illustrated in “Program
Sequence” on Page 1-13.
Additional Program
Information
Buttons/LEDs
Light LEDs for the port specified in the
last step. All LEDs marked with an “X”
in the table below should be lit.
Port
Program Type
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
Type of function the program
performs. Can be: Initialization,
Test System, Station, Toll
Restriction or Least Cost Routing.
Initialized Default
2174
Default configuration set by
Program 91-9 “System
Initialization” when the system is
first installed or re-initialized.
System Record Sheet Sample
Programming
June 1998
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How to Program a Strata DK System
Overview
Program Sequence
Detailed data entry instructions are on the top of each record sheet (see Figure 1-2).
➤ To use the program sequence on the record sheet
1. From the programming telephone, enter the programming mode by pressing a series of
shaded buttons. The shaded buttons represent the entry sequence for all programs.
2. Enter the program number. This sequence is unique for every program. The buttons are
white on every record sheet.
3. Enter the program data. Again, this sequence is unique for every program. The buttons are
white on every record sheet. To make another entry, repeat this step until ready to exit the
current program.
4. Exit the current program. This sequence never changes, and the buttons are always
shaded. Upon exiting the current program, repeat Step 2 to enter another program, or
continue with Step 5 to exit the programming mode entirely.
5. Exit the programming mode by pressing the same button sequence as in Step 4. This
sequence also never changes and is always shaded.
Another Program
More Data
Step 1
Enter Program Mode
(Do not press or [DN] button)
Step 3
Enter Program Data
Step 4
Exit Current Program
Step 2
Enter Program Number
Step 5
Exit Program Mode
or
(LED Buttons)
and/or
1697
Figure 1-2
1-12
Programming Button Sequence Overview
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
How to Program a Strata DK System
Overview
Programming Data Variations
There are two different ways to enter data in Step 3 (Figure 1-2) of a program: pressing the
buttons on the dial pad and pressing the LED buttons. Many programs are multidimensional
and involve both types of entry.
Simple Programs
Simple programs such as Program 00, only require data to be specified through the dial pad.
Data entered from the dial pad displays on the programming digital or electronic telephone’s
LCD, along with prompts and confirmations.
Multidimensional Programs
Once a program number is entered, the first dimension (usually a CO line number, a station
port number, or a range of ports) must be specified. Upon specifying this first dimension on
the dial pad, programming button LEDs 01~20 light in the default configuration.
The status of each LED can be changed by pressing its associated button. Pressing the button
while its LED is lit turns the LED OFF; pressing the button while its LED is OFF turns the
LED ON. An example of multidimensional programming is Program 30.
Range Programming
Data can be entered for a range of stations, [DN] reference ports and CO lines with some
programs.
➤ To enter a range
➤
Enter a “” between the starting point of a range and the ending point of a range.
For example, to program the station range of 001~010 for Program 35, press .
♦
When programming a range of station ports, the station’s programming LEDs indicate
whether the data programmed matches for all items in the range:
♦
LED ON: Indicates that all ports in the range are programmed with the data choice
that lights the particular LED.
♦
LED OFF: Indicates that all ports in the range are programmed with the data choice
that does not light the particular LED.
♦
LED Flashing: Indicates that data is currently inconsistent for all ports in the range.
Some may be programmed with the LED ON; some with the LED OFF.
CO Line Programming
Since the programming telephone only has 20 buttons, data can only be entered for 20 CO
lines at a time.
➤ To program another range
➤
Press the 3DJH or 6FUROO button below the LCD.
For example, to change from one range to another in Program 15, enter the program code,
then press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back to another range.
Strata DK
♦
If the programming telephone is a digital telephone, all CO lines within a range can be
activated or deactivated for a feature by pressing the 9RO▲/9RO ▼ buttons.
➤
Press 9RO▲ to turn all LEDs ON; press 9RO ▼ button to turn all LEDs OFF.
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How to Program a Strata DK System
Overview
➤ To check the status of a CO line in Program 15
1. Press the 0RGH button (below the LCD) after entering the program code.
2. Then enter the CO line number to be verified.
3. Press to display the status of the CO line and to advance to the next CO line.
Programming LED Buttons Keystrip Template
You place a special buttonstrip template (see Figure 1-3) over the 20 flexible feature buttons of
the programming telephone. The template assigns a series of numbers to each of the 20 buttons
that correspond with tables found on the record sheets for programming purposes.
Since each button represents more than one CO line, depending on the CO line range selected,
the template assigns more than one number to each button.
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
30, 50, 70
90, 110, 130,
150, 170, 190
29, 49, 69
89, 109, 129,
149, 169, 189
28, 48, 68
88, 108, 128,
148, 168, 188
27, 47, 67
87, 107, 127,
147, 167, 187
26, 46, 66
86, 106, 126,
146, 166, 186
25, 45, 65
85, 105, 125,
145, 165, 185
24, 44, 64
84, 104, 124,
144, 164, 184
23, 43, 63
83, 103, 123,
143, 163, 183
22, 42, 62
82, 102, 122,
142, 162, 182
21, 41, 61
81, 101, 121,
141, 161, 181
Figure 1-3
1-14
9 20
8 19
7 18
6 17
5 16
4 15
3 14
2 13
1 12
0 11
40, 60, 80
100, 120, 140,
160, 180, 200
39, 59, 79
99, 119, 139,
159, 179, 199
38, 58, 78
98, 118, 138,
158, 178, 198
37, 57, 77
97, 117, 137,
157, 177, 197
36, 56, 76
96, 116, 136,
156, 176, 196
35, 55, 75
95, 115, 135,
155, 175, 195
34, 54, 74
94, 114, 134,
154, 174, 194
33, 53, 73
93, 113, 133,
153, 173, 193
32, 52, 72
92, 112, 132,
152, 172, 192
31, 51, 71
91, 111, 131,
151, 171, 191
9
8
7
6
16, 36, 56, 76
96, 116, 136,
156, 176, 196
17, 37, 57, 77
97, 117, 137,
157, 177, 197
18, 38, 58, 78
98, 118, 138,
158, 178, 198
19, 39, 59, 79
99, 119, 139,
159, 179, 199
20, 40, 60, 80
100, 120, 140,
160, 180, 200
11, 31, 51, 71
91, 111, 131,
151, 171, 191
12, 32, 52, 72
92 112, 132,
152, 172, 192
13, 33, 53, 73
93, 113, 133,
153, 173, 193
14, 34, 54, 74
94, 114, 134,
154, 174, 194
15, 35, 55, 75
95, 115, 135,
155, 175, 195
06, 26, 46, 66
86, 106, 126,
146, 166, 186
07, 27, 47, 67
87, 107, 127,
147, 167, 187
08, 28, 48, 68
88, 108, 128,
148, 168, 188
09, 29, 49, 69
89, 109, 129,
149, 169, 189
10, 30, 50, 70
90, 110, 130,
150, 170, 190
01, 21, 41, 61
81, 101, 121,
141, 161, 181
02, 22, 42, 62
82, 102, 122,
142, 162, 182
03, 23, 43, 63
83, 103, 123,
143, 163, 183
04, 24, 44, 64
84, 104, 124,
144, 164, 184
05, 25, 45, 65
85, 105, 125,
145, 165, 185
1843
5
1000-series digital telephone strip - shows programming button/LED
assignment locations. Shown as reference only - not available as an
individual strip.
4
3
LED Buttons and CO line numbers (01~20)
2
Last digit of EK port number for
programs with a format like *71, *72, and *73
1
CO line numbers (21~200)
0
2000-series digital telephone strip - supplied with each Strata DK I&M manual
and each Documentation Package that ships with the system. Can also be
used with 6000- and 6500-series electronic telephones.
LED Buttons Programming Keystrips
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
First-time Programming
Overview
First-time Programming
Follow these general procedures the first time you install a system or after major hardware
changes and/or you need to start from scratch.
Step 1: Check Minimum Hardware Requirements
A system must have the following minimum hardware installed for programming, as described
in the Installation chapters of the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.
➤ To check hardware requirements on the DK14 and DK40
1. Make sure the base cabinet power supply was tested and is functional.
2. Make sure a 20-button digital LCD DKT telephone (equipped with a programming
template) is connected to any digital telephone circuit (Base KSU, PDKU, QCDU, KCDU
or RDSU digital port); or make sure that a 20-button electronic LCD EKT telephone is
connected to a PEKU electronic port (not PESU).
3. DK14 and DK40: make sure the Base KSU’s BATT jumper is in the ON position.
➤ To check hardware requirements on the DK424
1. Make sure the base cabinet power supply was tested and is functional.
2. If using an RCTUE/F, remove the small jumper PCB (MBJU) from the front side of the
DK424 base unit backplane (between slot R11 and the RCTU slot. All other RCTUs
require the MBJU PCB.
3. Make sure an RCTUA, RCTUBA, RCTUC/D or RCTUF is installed and that its BATT
jumper is in the ON position.
4. Make sure a PDKU or PEKU, is installed in Slot S11 or S12 in the base cabinet (S11 if
RSIU is not installed, S12 if RSIU is installed in S11).
5. Make sure a 20-button LCD DKT or EKT telephone (equipped with programming
template) is connected to physical port 005 and/or port 013 (PDKU or PEKU - circuit 6/
slot 11 and/or circuit 6/slot 12). Do not use RDSU or PESU.
Step 2: Initialize the System
1. From a 20-button LCD programming telephone, or from DKAdmin on a PC, run Program
91-9 twice in succession to initialize the system. At this point it is not necessary that all
PCBs are installed. However, if they are, Program 03 codes are automatically assigned to
the appropriate slots.
CAUTION! If you run Program 91-9 while the system is in service, all program data is
erased and all calls are dropped.
Program 91-9 sets the following elements to initial default status:
Strata DK
♦
Data for Programs 00~*99
♦
Speed Dial Memory
♦
Logical/Physical Port Locations
♦
Voice Mail Identification Codes
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First-time Programming
Overview
♦
Character Message Memory
♦
Timed Reminders
♦
Digital Telephone Volume Levels
♦
Call Forward Memory (Power OFF, then ON).
♦
Station Message Waiting Status
♦
Caller ID Lost Call Memory
2. Install all PCBs. Run Program 91-1 to inform the software of the system hardware
configuration.
Step 3: Run Programs 03 and 19-1
1. Run Program 03 for all PCBs that have options.
2. Run Program 19-1 to inform the software of the system option Alternate BGM slot.
Step 4: Run Program 00
➤
Run Program 00 - Part 1 to assign remote maintenance security codes. Run Program 00 Part 2 to test the processor and RAM.
Step 5: Set Date, Time and Day
You can set date, time and day anytime - individually or all.
1. Use DKT or EKT assigned to logical Port 000 or attendant console.
2. Make sure the handset is on-hook.
3. Set the date:
[PDN]
-
-
5HGLDO
Date in year/month/day format
(YYMMDD). If month or day is
single digit, precede with a zero.
4. Set the time:
[PDN]
-
-
5HGLDO
Time in hours/minutes/seconds format (HHMMSS
from 000000 to 235959). If any of these values is
single digit, precede with a zero.
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Strata DK
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Programming Examples
Overview
5. Set the day:
[PDN] -
-
5HGLDO
Enter the digit for today’s day:
= Sunday
= Monday
= Tuesday
= Wednesday
= Thursday
= Friday
= Saturday
Step 6: Run Additional Programs as Required
Programming Examples
Some commonly used programs have explicit examples (listed below). Refer to these pages to
help familiarize you with running these programs.
Program
Strata DK
Page
Program 91-9—System Initialization
2-2
Program 90—Initializing Programs 00~*99
2-4
Program 91-1—Automatic PCB Recognition and Logical/Physical Port Initialization
2-6
Program 92—Initializing Speed Dial Numbers, VM ID Codes, Character Message Memory,
Timed Reminders, Digital Telephone Volume, and Call Forward Backup Memory
2-9
Program 00—Software Check
2-12
Program 03—DK14 Slot Assignments and DK14/DK424 Flexible PCB Slot Assignments
3-3,
3-4,
3-6
Program 04—Station Logical Port Primary Directory Intercom or Number Assignment
3-12
Program 30—Station Class of Service
3-73
Program 33—Station Hunting
3-91
Programming
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Programming Examples
1-18
Overview
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Initialization & Test
2
This chapter gives you information on the Strata DK’s Initialization and Test programs. These
programs include: The programs in this chapter are not given in numerical order, rather in
order of importance.
♦
Program 91-9
System Initialization
♦
Program 90
Initialize Programs 00~99
♦
Program 91-1
Automatic PCB Recognition and Port Renumber
♦
Program 91-2
Data Transfer from Temporary Memory to Working Memory
♦
Program 92
Initializing Misc. Backup RAM
♦
Program 00
Part 1: Software Check
♦
Program 00
Part 2: RCTU RAM Test
Examples are also given for these programs - except Programs 91-2 and Program 00 - Part 2.
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Programming
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2-1
Program 91-9 System Initialization
Initialization & Test
Program 91-9
System Initialization
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Initialization
Initialized Default: See individual programs
Repeat a second time after LEDs 01, 03, 05, 07, and 09 extinguish.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Program Telephone Exits Program Mode
Press Buttons 01, 03, 05, 07, and 09.
LEDs 01, 03, 05, 07, and 09 must be ON.
Enter programming mode.
(Do not press [DN] button.)
LCD Displays: SYSTEM INITIALIZATION
Program 91-9 Overview
Note
Always run Program 91-9 before entering the customer database when first installing
a system or when its software must be set to the default configuration, but not while
system is in service.
CAUTION! If you run Program 91-9 while the system is in service, it will erase all
program data and drop all calls.
Running Program 91-9 also runs Program 03 and assigns codes to all PCBs (except options)
installed. It also erases all Program 03 option codes for piggyback PCBs, DSS consoles,
RRCS, etc., except the RCOS PCB Code (17).
Program 91-9 erases all random or programmed data in all Strata DK software programs and
sets all program data to the default value. It automatically runs all other initialization Programs
90-00~*99, 91-1, and 92-1~9. It also brings back logical and physical ports to their initialized
settings.
If you are installing the system processor(s) for the first time, after initializing the system, test
the RAM: run Program 00 Part 2.
CAUTION! Running Program 00 Part 2 drops all calls in progress and interrupts
telephone service for 15 seconds. This test will not erase programmed
customer data.
Important! Do not use Program 91-9 if you are only making minor programming changes
and system programming is basically correct.
Note
2-2
Run Program 03 after Program 91-9 for: PCBs with options such as Dual-tone
Multi-frequency Receivers K5RCU, QRCU3, RRCS, and DSS consoles, etc.
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Program 91-9 System Initialization
Initialization & Test
...or if entering a customer database into system RAM memory before other system
PCBs (stations, lines, options) are installed. Program 03 identifies which universal and
option PCBs (e.g., RRCS, etc.) are to be installed in each cabinet slot.
Program 91-9 Example
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
1.
2.
Use the programming LCD electronic or digital telephone. (See “Firsttime Programming” on Page 1-15.)
LCD Response
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 91
No. N-N1
06:43
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 91. System beeps after 6SNU6SHDNHU is
pressed to indicate program number may be entered.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
91 Select =
Prepare the system for a station port selection.
5.
Press System Initialization
6.
Press LED Buttons 01, 03, 05, 07, and 09 (LEDs turn ON)
System Initialization
7.
Press +ROG
The telephone will exit the programming mode and button LEDs 01,
03, 05, 07, and 09 will go out after a short delay. Make sure all LEDs
go out before proceeding to Step 8.
8.
No. N-N
(Month Day Time)
Repeat Steps 1~7 a second time.
No. N-N
(Month Day Time)
1
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN].
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Program 90 Initialize Programs 00~*99
Initialization & Test
Program 90
Initialize Programs 00~*99
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Initialization
Initialized Default: See individual programs
Enter programming
mode
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
Programs to be initialized
Press LED Buttons 01 and 02
LEDs 01 and 02 must be ON
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
End Program 90
6SNU +ROG
Exit programming mode
LEDs 01 and 02 must flash
Program 90 Overview
Program 90 enables you to clear all customer data and initialize individual programs or range
of programs.
Important! When installing the system, you must run Program 91-9 which runs Program 90
(before running any other program); if you do not, the system could begin to
operate erratically.
Notes
●
●
●
Running Program 91-9, automatically runs Program 90.
To initialize all programs without dropping calls or erasing user names, speed dial
numbers, voice mail ID codes, etc., enter as “Programs to be initialized.”
Each “*” program record sheet immediately follows the program record sheet having the
same number (example: *31 follows 31 record sheet). However, in system memory all “*”
programs follow Program 99. Therefore, “*” program ranges must be initialized separately
from non-star programs unless initializing all system Programs (00**99).
For example, to initialize Programs 30, *30, 31, *31, and 32: initialize the range (30*32),
for Programs 30, 31, 32; and the range (*30**31), for Programs *30 and *31.
●
2-4
If you are installing the system for the first time, run Program 91-9 to erase random data
from RAM (caused by battery jumper movement to the internal battery). You can then
skip Program 90, since Program 91-9 automatically runs Program 90.
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Programming
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Program 90 Initialize Programs 00~*99
Initialization & Test
Program 90 Example
Action
1.
Use the LCD programming phone per Minimum Hardware
Requirements on Page 1-15.
LCD Response
Jan 20 Sun
2.
Enter Program mode by pressing (Do not press [DN]
button.)
Program Mode
3.
Program = 90
4.
Access Program 90. System beeps after is
pressed to indicate program number may be entered.
No. N-N1
06:43
Data Store
90 Select =
Prepare the system for the programs to be initialized.
5.
+ LED buttons 01 & 02
Enter Program numbers individually, followed by #, or in a range. For a
range, separate the low program number and the high program
number with an asterisk.
90 Select = 00**99
Data Clr
initializes all Programs 00~*99.
Star * Program memory follows Program 97.
6.
7.
Secure data in system programming. LEDs 01 and 02 flash.
90 Select = 00**99
Data Programmed
90 Select =
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5) or exit
Program 90 (continue with Step 8).
8.
Secure default data in system memory. LED 01 and 02 continue to
flash.
9.
90 Select = ##
Data Programmed
Program =
Exit Program 90. Enter another program number (see “Program 92
Example” on Page 2-10) or exit programming mode (go to Step 10).
System beeps to indicate it is exiting Program 90.
10.
Exit programming mode.
The system will not allow the enter the programming mode.
1
Jan 20 Sun
No. N-N
06:43
LED to light to re-
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN]
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Program 91-1 Automatic PCB Recognition and Port Renumber
Initialization & Test
Program 91-1
Automatic PCB Recognition and Port Renumber
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Initialization
Initialized Default: None
6SNU +ROG
Enter programming mode.
(Do not press [DN] button.)
6SNU +ROG
Program Telephone Exits Program Mode
Press LED Buttons 01 and 02.
LEDs 01 and 02 must be ON.
LCD Displays:
91 SELECT = 1
Renumber and Reset
Program 91-1 Overview
Program 91-1 makes slot code assignments to installed PCBs that do not have options - such
as a PDKU without a Data Interface Unit or Off-hook Call Announce (OCA), the common
control without a Dual-tone Multi-frequency Receiver (RRCS), K5RCU, QRCU3, etc.
Program 91-1 also sets physical and logical ports to their initialized settings - even if you
previously relocated them. (See Program 01 and 02 for initialized settings.). Programs 04, *04,
05, *05, *09, or 71 are not affected.
CAUTION! Running Program 91-1 drops all calls.
Important! To identify Program 03 PCB slot codes, run Program 91-1 after you install all
PCBs.
Notes
●
●
2-6
You can run Program 91-1 after setting PCB option codes with Program 03; this does not
erase option codes. For example, if Slot 00 is assigned code 92, Program 91-1 will not
erase the codes previously assigned with Program 03.
If you install PCBs before initializing the system with Program 91-9, it is not necessary to
run Program 91-1 to assign the Program 03 PCB slot codes for the installed PCBs. You
must always run Program 03 to identify PCB options such as K5RCU, QRCU3, and
RRCS codes 92, 93 and 94 and PDKU codes 62 and 64, etc.
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Programming
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Program 91-1 Automatic PCB Recognition and Port Renumber
Initialization & Test
Program 91-1 Example
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
1.
2.
Use the LCD programming phone per Minimum Hardware
Requirements on Page 1-15.
LCD Response
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 91
No. N-N1
06:43
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 91. System beeps after 6SNU6SHDNHU is
pressed to indicate program number may be entered.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
91 Select =
Prepare the system for a station port selection.
5.
Press 91 Select = 1
Renumber and Reset
6.
Press LED Buttons 01 and 02 (LEDs turn ON)
91 Select = 1
Renumber and Reset
7.
Press +ROG
The telephone will exit the programming mode and button LEDs 01
and 02 will go out after a short delay.
1
No. N-N
(Month Day Time)
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN].
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2-7
Program 91-2 Data Transfer from Temporary Memory to Working Memory
Initialization & Test
Program 91-2
Data Transfer from Temporary Memory to Working
Memory
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Initialization
Initialized Default: See individual programs
6SNU +ROG
6SNU Enter programming mode.
(Do not press [DN] button.)
+ROG
Program Telephone Exits Program Mode and Transfers Data
Press LED Buttons 03 and 04.
LEDs 03 and 04 must be ON.
LCD Displays:
91 SELECT = 2
Programming
Taking Effect
Program 91-2 Overview
Program 91-2 simulates turning system power OFF for five seconds then ON to transfer data
from temporary memory to working memory.
This power OFF / power ON sequence is required when programming with a telephone or
when using DK Admin/DK Backup. In these cases Program 03, *41-2, *50 and 76-1 data must
be transferred from temporary to working memory.
Program 91-2 does not change or erase any programmed data including directory numbers set
in Program 04 and *04 or logical/physical port assignments in Program 01 and 02.
CAUTION! Running Program 91-2 drops all calls and renders the system inoperative for
up to eight seconds.
2-8
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 92 Initializing Misc. Backup RAM
Initialization & Test
Program 92
Initializing Misc. Backup RAM
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Initialization - Includes: Initializing Speed Dial Number, VM ID Codes, Character Message
Memory, Timed Reminders, Digital Telephone Volume, Called ID, ANI, and Call Forward
Backup RAM
Initialized Default: See individual programs
Clear more data
Enter programming
mode.
Strata DK
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Press appropriate
buttons as shown below.
6SNU +ROG
End Program 92.
6SNU +ROG
Exit programming
mode.
Clears Station Speed Dial, Voice Mail ID Codes, and LCD memos
assigned to Station Speed Dial numbers.
Clears System Speed Dial and LCD memos assigned to System Speed
Dial numbers.
Clears Character Message Memory (Station and System) and User
Name/Number Display.
Clears Timed Reminders.
Resets digital telephone volume levels to initialized settings, specifically,
speaker volume levels for Internal Calls [DN], Tone/BGM, Busy Override
(muted ring), and Ring volume to approximately mid-range on all DKTs.
Program 92-5 does not affect digital telephone handset receiver volume
levels. Use Program 27 to set off-hook digital telephone handset
receiver volume levels.
Programming
+ROG
Power OFF 5
seconds;
then Power
ON
June 1998
Clears Call Forward and Message Waiting Memory
(all stations). Program 92-9 does not affect Call
Forward External or Fixed Call Forward settings.
2-9
Program 92 Initializing Misc. Backup RAM
Initialization & Test
Program 92 Overview
Program 92 clears all previously entered or random data (of the type listed) but does not clear
data in system Programs 00~*99.
CAUTION! You must run Program 92 when first installing the system or an RCTU; if
you do not, the system could begin to operate erratically.
Running Program 91-9 automatically runs Program 92 (1~9) to erase
customer data.
Notes
●
●
●
Running Program 92-5 does not affect digital telephone handset receiver volume levels.
Use Program 27 to set off-hook handset receiver volume levels for digital telephones.
Program 92-9 does not affect Call Forward External or Fixed Call Forward settings.
You must power the system OFF then back ON to clear telephone LCD Call Forward
Displays and Call Forward button LEDs. Call Forward memory is cleared when you run
Program 92-9, even if system power is not cycled.
Program 92 Example
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
1.
2.
Use the programming LCD electronic or digital telephone. (See “Step
1: Check Minimum Hardware Requirements” on Page 1-15.)
LCD Response
No. N-N1
06:43
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 92
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.) System beeps
after 6SNU6SHDNHU is pressed to indicate program number may
be entered.
3.
Access Program 92.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
92 Select =
Prepare the system for selection of programs to initialize. For new
system installation perform all 1~4.
5.
Select one of the following.
+ LED Buttons 01 & 03
Clears Station Speed Dial, Voice Mail ID codes, and LCD memos
assigned to station speed dial numbers.
92 Select = 1
Each Dial Clr
or...
92 Select = 2
Common Dial Clr
+ LED Buttons 01 & 04
Clears System Speed Dial and LCD memos assigned to system
speed dial numbers.
or...
+ LED Buttons 02 & 03
92 Select = 3
Msg Clr
Clears Character Message Memory (station and system) and user
name display.
1
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN].
2-10
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 92 Initializing Misc. Backup RAM
Initialization & Test
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
or...
+ LED Buttons 02 & 04
LCD Response
92 Select = 4
Tmr Reminder Clr
Clears timed reminders.
or...
+ LED Buttons 01 & 05
92 Select = 5
DKT VR Initial
Presets the Ring, Speaker, Mute Ring, and Intercom Tone, BGM,
volume levels of all digital telephones to approximately mid-range.
or...
+ LED Buttons 03 & 04
92 Select = 9
Back Up RAM Clr
Clears Call Forward and Message Waiting (R3) Memory except Fixed
Call Forward Memory.
6.
+ROG
LEDs lit in Step 5 turn off to secure data in system programming.
Repeat Steps 4~6 until Step is completed.
7.
6SNU6SHDNHU
92 Select = (1~0)
Data Programmed
92 Select =
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5) or exit
Program 92 (continue with Step 8).
8.
9.
+ROG
Initialized data in system memory (LEDs got out).
92 Select = ##
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
Program =
Exit Program 92. Enter another program number (see “Program 30
Station Class of Service” on Page 3-73) or exit programming mode (go
to Step 10). System beeps to indicate it is exiting Program 92.
10. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
1
Jan 20 Sun
No. N-N
06:43
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN].
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
2-11
Program 00 Part 1: Software Check
Initialization & Test
Program 00
Part 1: Software Check
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Test - Includes: Remote Maintenance Security Code Assignments
Initialized Default: None
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Select = Code
Select = Code
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Password Codes (4 digits)
Password or S/W
Check Codes
Item
LCD Display
0
ROM Version (not programmable)
Version =
1
1st Level Password
Password =
2
2nd Level Password
Password =
8
Software RAM Checksum (not programmable)
Sum =
9
Power Cycle Counter (not programmable)
Counter =
1830
DK424 software
VER=
R
A 3 X
-
-K E Y X
Indicates RCTU Type
X = 1, 2, 3, or 4
ROM Version
VER=
T M A 4 X
-
-K E Y 1
Indicates DK40
Indicates KKYS
installed
ROM Version
VER=
WM A 4 X
-
-K E Y 1
Indicates DK14
ROM Version
DKT LCD Display
2-12
RCTU Type
Key Type
Indicates QKYS
installed
Description
WMA4
DK14
KEY 1
AA: Indicates built-in Auto Attendant software
(RKYS1, KKYS, or QKYS installed).
TMA4
DK40
KEY 2
ACD: Indicates Automatic Call Distribution
software and AA (RKYS2 installed).
RAA3X
RCTUA3
KEY 3
ACD/MIS: Indicates Automatic Call Distribution,
Management Information System Software,
plus AA and ACD (RKYS3 installed).
RBA3X
RCTUBA3/RCTUBB3
KEY 4
Open Architecture Interface (OAI) and AA, plus
AA, ACD, and ACD/MIS (RKYS4 R3.2
installed).
RCA3X
RCTUC3/D3
REA3X
RCTU E3/F3
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 00 Part 1: Software Check
Initialization & Test
Program 00 Part 1 - Overview
This program enables you to run various checks on the Strata DK System.
DK14: the QKYS feature key must be installed on the QRCU3 PCB to allow AA.
DK40: the KKYS feature key must be installed on the K5RCU PCB to allow AA.
DK424: the RKYS feature key must be installed on the RCTU to allow AA, ACD, ACD/MIS
and Open Architecture Interface (OAI) software to be operational; no special program is
necessary to activate the RKYS feature key.
Code 0, ROM Version
Code 0 displays the software version of the system common control unit (RCTUA, RCTUB,
RCTUBA/RCTUBB and RCTUC/RCTUD, RCTUE/F, DK40 Base KSU, or DK14KSU) and
if installed on the RCTU, the RKYS, KKYS, or QKYS key type. See the Program 00 Record
Sheet for an illustration of software displays. This information cannot be altered with this
program.
Code 1, Level 1 Security Code
Use to assign a Remote Maintenance security code that allows entry to all programs and data.
Code 2, Level 2 Security Code
Use this program to assign a Remote Maintenance security code that allows entry to Programs
30~39, 77~89, and *30~*31.
Important! When using a DK Admin PC, either Security Code (1 or 2) enables the DK Admin
user full access to all Strata DK programs. Always change Security Code 1 and
Code 2 to prevent unauthorized programming changes by DK Admin users that
may try to log-in remotely with the default security code: 0000.
Code 8, Software RAM Checksum and Code 9, Power OFF Counter
For factory purposes only.
Program 00 Part 1 - Example
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
1.
2.
Use the programming LCD electronic or digital telephone. (See “Firsttime Programming” on Page 1-15.)
LCD Response
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 00
No. N-N1
06:43
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Speaker beeps to indicate when to enter program number. Access
Program 00.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
00 Select =
Prepare system for a selection.
1
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN]
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
2-13
Program 00 Part 1: Software Check
Action (press buttons + LED Buttons)
5.
Initialization & Test
LCD Response
Select one of the following attributes:
View the software version. This attribute can not be edited.
or...
1111
Define the Level 1 remote maintenance security code from the System
Record Sheet (four digits maximum). Level 1 allows remote access to
all programs and data. Default Level 1 security code is “0000.”
00 Select = 0
RNAXNN-Key X
Note NN = The actual version
number and letter. See Program
00 record sheet for details).
X = 1, 2, or 3.
00 Select = 1
Password = 0000
or...
1111
Define the Level 2 remote maintenance security code from the System
Record Sheet (four digits maximum). Level 2 allows remote access to
programs 30~39 and 77~89 only. Default Level 2 security code is
“0000.”
00 Select = 2
Password = 0000
or...
View the software RAM Checksum. This attribute can not be edited.
The default checksum may change.
00 Select = 8
Sum = XXXXXXXXX
or...
View the RPSU Power Cycle Counter. This attribute can not be edited.
The counter indicates the number of times power is removed from the
system after Program 00 was initialized via Program 90 or 91-9.
6.
7.
+ROG
00 Select = 9
Counter = XXXX
Secure data in system programming. (Only works for “1” and “2”)
00 Select = (0,1,2,8, or 9)
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
00 Select =
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5) or exit
Program 00 (continue with Step 8).
8.
9.
+ROG
Secure Program 00 data in system memory.
00 Select = ##
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
Program =
Exit Program 00. Enter another program number (see “Program 91-1
Example” on Page 2-7) or exit programming mode (go to Step 10).
System beeps to indicate it is exiting Program 00.
10. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
1
No. N-N
06:58
Jan 20 Sun
N-N is the Program Telephone [DN]
2-14
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 00 Part 2: Processor RAM Test
Initialization & Test
Program 00
Part 2: Processor RAM Test
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Test - Includes: Remote Maintenance Security Code Assignments
Initialized Default: None
General RAM Test
Note
See “Program 00 Part 2 - Overview” on Page 2-16.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Tests RAM (15 seconds downtime)
Programming Telephone LCD Displays:
GENERAL RAM TEST
Display General RAM Test Results
6SNU +ROG
6SNU Programming Telephone LCD Displays:
DK424
DK14/DK40
TEST 1 X=OK Y=OK
TEST 1 =OK
or...
or...
TEST 1 X=NG Y=NG
X=00000 X=00000
TEST 1 =NG
Where:
X = RCTUA, RCTUBA, RCTUC
Y = RCTUD3, RCTUF
OK = RAM is good
NG = RAM is defective
An X=NG or Y=NG RAM test result indicates a defective
RCTU PCB; change the appropriate (X or Y) RCTU PCB
and retest RAM on the newly installed RCTU.
Replace the DK14 KSU or DK40 Base KSU if Test
1=NG.
Backup RAM Test
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
RCTU Tests RAM (15 seconds downtime)
Programming Telephone LCD Displays:
BACKUP RAM TEST
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
2-15
Program 00 Part 2: Processor RAM Test
Initialization & Test
Display Backup RAM Test Results
6SNU +ROG
6SNU Programming Telephone LCD Displays:
DK424
DK14/DK40
TEST 2 X=OK Y=OK
TEST 2 =OK
or...
or...
TEST 2 X=NG Y=NG
X=00000 X=00000
TEST 2 =NG
Where:
X = RCTUA, RCTUBA, RCTUC
Y = RCTUD3, RCTUF
OK = RAM is good
NG = RAM is defective
An X=NG or Y=NG RAM test result indicates a defective
RCTU PCB; change the appropriate (X or Y) RCTU PCB
and retest RAM on the newly installed RCTU.
Replace the DK14 or DK40 Base KSU if Test 1=NG.
Program 00 Part 2 - Overview
Use this program to test the RAM on system processor. If a RAM test error occurs during this
test, the processor causing the error should be replaced. In the case of two-PCB processors,
isolation of a RAM failure is indicated on the programming telephone X or Y (see above).
If the DK14 or DK40 processor fails the RAM test, the Base KSU must be replaced.
CAUTION! Running each RAM test drops all calls and interrupts telephone service for
15 seconds.
Note
2-16
Running Program 00 RAM tests do not change or erase any customer data.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3
System & Station
This chapter gives you programming information for the Strata DK system and its stations.
This chapter gives you programming information for the Strata DK system and its stations.3
Program 01
Station Logical Port Display and/or Change
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Logical port number = physical port number
Program 90, 91-1, or 91-9 initializes Program 01
To Save existing Logical Port
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Physical Port Number
The logical port number associated with
the physical port displays after the
physical port number is entered.
Enter new Logical Port
to change existing Logical Port
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Program 01 Overview
Program 01 enables you to enter a physical port to display the associated logical port. You then
have the option to assign a new logical port to the physical port. (To return ports to their
initialized settings, see Programs 90 and 91.)
Note
Strata DK
Record port locations on Program 04 record sheet.
Programming
June 1998
3-1
Program 02 Station Physical Port Display and/or Change
System & Station
Program 02
Station Physical Port Display and/or Change
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Logical port number = physical port number
Program 90, 91-1, or 91-9 initializes Program 02
To Save existing Physical Port
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Logical Port Number
The physical port number associated with
the logical telephone port displays after the
logical port number is entered.
Enter new Physical Port
to change existing Physical Port
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Program 02 Overview
Program 02 enables you to enter a logical port to display the associated physical port. You then
have the option to assign a new physical port to the logical port. (To return ports to their
initialized settings, see Programs 90 and 91.)
Notes
●
Record port locations on Program 04 record sheet.
●
The system allows only like ports to be reassigned (see below).
Allowed
Not Allowed
Digital-to-Digital Ports (KCDU-QCDU-PDKUPDKU-RDSU Ports)
Attendant Console (DK424 only), DSS, BGM
or Amplified Conference Ports should not be
reassigned
Electronic-to-Electronic Ports (PEKU-PEKUPESU Ports)
Door Phone Ports (004, 012, 020, 028) should
not be reassigned
Standard Tel to Standard Tel Ports (QSTUKSTU-PSTU-RSTU-PESU-RDSU/RSTS)
Tie/DID Line Ports – should not be reassigned
PDKU to PEKU – cannot be exchanged
PSTU to PDKU – cannot be exchanged
PEKU to PSTU – cannot be exchanged
●
3-2
RCIU/RCIS circuit assignments to CO lines are not affected by Program 01 and 02.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 03 for DK14 Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 for DK14
Slot Assignments
When DK14 is powered ON, Program 03 automatically assigns the correct codes for installed
PCBs. No record sheet is needed. Refer to the following table for PCB slot and slot code
information:
DK14 Base KSU
WMAU
DKU
COU
and QCDU2
QSTU2
None
00
11
12
13
14
PCB Code
91 or 92
62
11
00 or 31
00
PCB Type
QRCU3
Slot Number
Options
OCA/DIU
Station Numbers
000~007
CO Line Numbers
008~009
001~004
Notes
●
Strata DK
In the DK14 software:
QCDU2 digital ports are considered to be installed in slot 11.
QCDU2 CO lines are considered to be installed in slot 12.
●
opt=QRCU3
●
opt=Always assigns 8 ports (000~007), digital ports (OCA/DIU). No DSS allowed.
●
Always assigns 4 CO lines
●
Always assigns 2 ports (008, 009) standard telephone ports
Programming
June 1998
3-3
Program 03 for DK40 Flexible PCB Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 for DK40
Flexible PCB Slot Assignments
Processor Type:
DK40
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: PCB codes of PCBs installed prior to running Program 91-1 or Program 91-9
Code 00 for empty slots (15~18), Base KSU has codes for PCBs
more codes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Turn System Power OFF (5 sec) then ON
...or
SELECT = Slot Number (00, 11~18)
Run Program 91-2
CARD = PCB Code (See Reference Table)
DK40 Base KSU
PCB Code Reference Table
PCB Fixed Slot
Slot Number
PCB Code
TMAU
DKU
TCOU
or
TDDU
00
11
12
13
14
91, 92
or
98
62
or
64
00, 11
or
16
00
or
31
00
or
81
Code
Ports/Type
Common Control
91
None
TCIU2
Common Control with
K4RCU3
92
KSTU2
4 DTMF/
ABR
Common Control with
K5RCU
98
5 DTMF/
ABR
PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU/
PEPU
41
None
PCB Type
PEKU
21
8 EKT
PEKU with EOCU
22
8 EKT
8 EKT
PEKU with DSS
23
Options
PEKU with EOCU, DSS
24
8 EKT
Station/tie/DID
Port Numbers
PESU
25
2 SLT/4 EKT
PESU with EOCU
26
CO/tie/DID
Line Numbers
KSTU2/RSTU2/ Stratagy
DK
31
4 SLT/8 SLT/
8VM
TCOU/PCOU/RCOU/
RGLU2
11
4/CO
DK40 Expansion KSU
Cabinet Label
04
05
06
07
Slot Number
15
16
17
18
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/tie/DID
Port Numbers
CO/tie/DID Line
Numbers
3-4
RCOU + RCOS
17
8 Loop CO
Base Unit DKT CKTs
and PDKU
61
8 DKT
Base Unit DKT CKTs
& PDKU w/ DIU
or SP-OCA
62
8 DKT
Base Unit DKT CKTs
and PDKU with DSS (w/
or w/o DIU or SP-OCA)
64
8 DKT
KCDU
65
2/CO, 4 DKT
KCDU SP-OCA or DIU
66
2/CO, 4 DKT
RDSU (RSTS)
27
4 DKT/4 SLT
RDSU (RSTS) with DIU
or SP-OCA
28
4 DKT/4 SLT
RDDU/TDDU
16
4 DID Lines
REMU
13
4-Tie Lines
RCIU2/RCIS/TCIU2
81
4 or 8 Caller
ID CKTs
TSIU
No Code Required
None
00
Strata DK
None
Programming
June 1998
Program 03 for DK40 Flexible PCB Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 for DK40 - Overview
Program 03 tells the system what type of optional PCBs are installed in the Expansion KSU.
You must run Program 03 after installing PCBs with options such as OCA, DIU, etc. Also, run
Program 03 for each PCB slot when installing a PCB in that location.
It is not necessary to run Program 03 for slots 00~14. The DK40 automatically assigns the
Base Key Service Unit (KSU) PCBs if they are installed when system power is turned ON.
However, if a DSS is required on the Base KSU’s DKT circuit 8, you must run Program 03 to
assign code 64 to slot 11. If universal PCBs are installed, Program 91-1 and 91-9 automatically
assigns the appropriate PCB codes to the installed slots. But, Programs 91-1 or 91-9 do not
assign option codes (such as OCA, DIU, etc.).
Codes allowed in DK40 Expansion KSU: 11, 13, 16, 21~28, 31, 41, 61~62, 64~66, 91, 92, and
81.
CAUTION! Running Program 91-9 erases Program 03 option codes; Program 91-1 does
not.
Important! After completing Program 03 set the configuration in memory by running OFF
and wait five seconds before turning it back ON.
The Program 03 record sheet is the main record for the hardware configuration of the entire
system. It provides space to record station ports assigned to the station, tie, and DID line PCBs
and line numbers assigned to the ground loop start, CO, tie, and DID line PCBs. Use the PCB
Code Reference Table on the Program 03 record sheet to determine the proper option code for
each PCB with an option.
The DK40 Base KSU is divided into four fixed slots, even through the unit has no slots per se.
♦
Slot 00 represents the system’s common control (TMAU) and optional K4RCU3 or
K5RCU
♦
Slot 11 contains the KSU’s eight digital circuits/ports (DKU)
♦
Slot 12 contains the KSU’s four optional CO or DID line circuits (TCOU or TDDU)
♦
Slot 13 contains the four optional standard telephone circuits KSTU2
♦
Slot 14 contains four optional Caller ID circuits for TCOU (TCIU2)
DK40 Slots 15~18 (Expansion KSU Assignment Criteria)
♦
Allowed PCBs: PDKU, RDSU/RSTS, RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, PEKU, PESU, KCDU,
RCOU/RCOS, RGLU2, RCIU2/RCIS, PCOU, RDDU, REMU, PEMU, PIOU, PIOUS,
RSSU, PEPU, Stratagy DK.
Note
Strata DK
Some PCBs cannot be installed in slot 18 (see Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration).
♦
Expansion KSU PCBs must be installed in the slots specified in Tables 2-9~2-15 or the
system may not operate properly. (See tables in Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration of the
Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.)
♦
Slots 15 and 16 support Speaker OCA and RPCI/DIU Data Switching; slots 17 and 18 do
not. All slots support Handset OCA and RPCI-DI TAPI operation.
♦
On DK40, RCIU2 must be installed in slot 17, RCIU1 cannot be used.
Programming
June 1998
3-5
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 for DK424
Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: PCB codes of PCBs installed prior to running Programs 91-1 or 91-9;
Code 00 for empty slots
more codes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Turn System Power OFF (5 sec) then ON.
SELECT = Slot Number (00, 01, 11~78)
or...
CARD = PCB Code (See Reference Table)
Run Program 91-2
DK424 Base Cabinet 1
Slot Number
00
(R11)
01
(RCTU)
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S22
S23
S24
S25
S26
S27
S28
S32
S33
S34
S35
S36
S37
S38
S42
S43
S44
S45
S46
S47
S48
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 2
Slot Number
S21
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 3
Slot Number
S31
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 4
Slot Number
S41
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
3-6
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
System & Station
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 5
Slot Number
S51
S52
S53
S54
S55
S56
S57
S58
S62
S63
S64
S65
S66
S67
S68
S72
S73
S74
S75
S76
S77
S78
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 6
Slot Number
S61
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 Expansion Cabinet 7
Slot Number
S71
PCB Code
PCB Type
Options
Station/Tie/DID Port Numbers
CO/Tie/DID Line Numbers
DK424 PCB Codes
PCB
Code
Ports/Type
PCB
Code
Ports/Type
RCOU, RGLU2
11
4 Gnd./Loop Lines
RDTU
71
8 T1 Channels
RCOU/RCOS
17
8 Loop CO Lines
RDTU
72
16 T1 Channels
RDDU
16
4 DID Lines/4 Stations
RDTU
73
24 T1-channels
REMU
13
4 Tie Lines/4 Stations
RCTU
91
None
PEKU
21
8 Stations
RCTU (with 4-CKT RRCS)
92
None
PEKU (EOCU)
22
8 Stations
RCTU (with 8-CKT RRCS)
93
None
None
PEKU w/DSS
23
8 Stations
RCTU (with 12-CKT RRCS)
94
PEKU (DSS, EOCU)
24
8 Stations
NONE
00
00
PESU
25
6 Stations
RATU
51
4 Stations
PESU (OCA)
26
6 Stations
RSIU
49
I/O Interface
RDSU/RSTS
27
8 Stations
RCIU2/RCIS
81
8 CKT, Caller ID
RDSU/RSTS (OCA, DIU)
28
8 Stations
Stratagy DK
31
8 VM Ports
RSTU2
31
8 Stations
RBUU without RBUS
75
2 U Interfaces
(4 stations/4 CO lines)
PIOU, PIOUS/ RSSU, PEPU
41
Remote Maintenance (TTY)
RBUU with RBUS
76
4 U Interfaces
(8 stations/8 CO lines)
PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU
42
MIS for ACD (TTY)
RBSU without RBSS
77
2 S/T Interfaces
(4 stations/4 CO lines)
PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU
43
SMDI VM Interface (TTY)
RBSU with RBSS
78
4 S/T Interfaces
(8 stations/8 CO lines)
PDKU2
61
8 Stations
RPTU Interface Card
79
PRI Interface
(24 CO lines)
PDKU2 (OCA, DIU)
PDKU2 (DSS, OCA, DIU)
62
64
8 Stations
8 Stations
See the following text for specific installation rules on the above PCBs.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-7
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 for DK424 - Overview
Program 03 tells the system what type of optional PCBs are installed.
The Program 03 record sheet is the main record for the hardware configuration of the entire
system. It provides space to record station ports assigned to the station, tie, and DID line PCBs
and line numbers assigned to the ground loop start, CO, tie, and DID line PCBs.
Use the DK424 PCB Code table on Page 3-7 to determine the proper option code for PCBs
with options. You must run Program 03 after installing PCBs with options such as OCA,
RRCS, DIU, etc. Also, run Program 03 for the slot of each new PCB when installing a new
PCB in an existing installation.
If universal PCBs are installed, Program 91-1 and 91-9 automatically assigns the appropriate
PCB codes to the installed slots. But, they do not assign option codes (such as OCA, PDIU,
RRCS, etc.).
CAUTION! Running Program 91-9 erases Program 03 option codes; Program 91-1 does
not.
Important! After completing Program 03 set the configuration in memory by running
Program 91-2 or turn the base cabinet power supply switch off and wait five
seconds before turning it back on.
Expansion slots 7 and 8 can only be used if the following equipment is installed:
DK424 Base (with RCTUE/F and MBJU removed) and the DK424 Expansion.
See Chapter 4 – DK424 Configuration (Strata DK Installation and Maintenance
Manual) to determine PCB slot placement.
PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU
Codes 41, 42, and 43 assigns PIOU/PIOUS RSSU TTY port as Remote Maintenance, MIS for
ACD, and SMDI respectively; SMDR, Paging, Relay Control, and other miscellaneous
options are active on the PIOU/PIOUS that has the lowest number code (41, 42 or 43) in the
system. Codes set for RSIU/RSIS/RMDS in Program 76 have priority over codes 41, 42,
and 43.
Piggyback PCB / Speaker OCA / Data Interface Unit Options
Run Program 03 to assign codes for all options except RCOS. Program 91-9 erases option
codes assigned with Program 03; Program 91-1 does not erase option codes already
programmed. After completing all Program 03 data entry, run Program 91-2 or cycle system
power to transfer Program 03 data into working memory.
RCIU/RCIS or RCIU2/RCIS
When installing RCIU2/RCIS, enter the Caller ID circuit numbers on the record sheet in place
of the CO line number. Each RCIU2/RCIS slot uses eight Caller ID circuits. RCIU2/RCIS
circuit numbers are assigned automatically in numerical order (001~200) starting with the
lowest slot number, to the highest RCIU2/RCIS slot number in 8-circuit increments.
Important! If more than four circuits are needed, never install an RCIU without an RCIS.
On DK424, RCIU2/RCIS can be installed in any universal slot except slot 11 or if RSIU is
installed, slot 12; they do not have to be installed adjacent to corresponding CO lines. Refer to
Program *50 to manually assign RCIU2/RCIS circuits to CO line circuits.
3-8
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
System & Station
RCTU
The table below gives you slot locations and PCB Code Assignments for all RCTUs.
Processor
R11 Slot
RCTU Slot
Cabinet 1
Slot Code
PCB Code
Assignment
RCTUA
No
Yes
00
91~94
RCTUB
No
Yes
00
91~94
RCTUBA
Yes
No
00
91~94
RCTUBB
No
Yes
01
91
RCTUC
Yes
No
00
91~94
RCTUD
No
Yes
01
91~94
RCTUE
Yes
No
00
91~94
RCTUF
No
Yes
01
91~94
PCB Codes:
91=No RRCS
92=4 -circuit RRCS
93=8 -circuit RRCS
94=12 -circuit RRCS
Note
When using RCTUA, Slot 15 and 16 does not support Speaker OCA or DIU Data
Switching. RCTUA does not support ACD, ACD/MIS, RS-232 Voice Mail
Integration (SMDI), and attendant console features.
RSIU
If an RSIU is installed in base cabinet slot 11, you must connect the programming station to
circuit 6 in slot 12. In this case, a PDKU or PEKU should be installed in slot 12 and Station
Port Number 000~007 will be in slot 12.
If an RSIU is not installed, you must connect the programming station to circuit 6 in slot 11
(Port 005) and/or circuit 6 in slot 12 (port 013). The station must be a 20-button digital LCD or
electronic LCD telephone. Also, if an RSIU is not installed, install a PDKU or PEKU in
slot 11.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-9
Program 03 for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments
System & Station
Program 03 Example
Action (press buttons + LED buttons)
1.
2.
Use an LCD programming phone per Minimum Hardware
Requirements on Page 1-14.
LCD Response
No. 205
06:43
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 03
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 03. System beeps after 6SNU6SHDNHU is
pressed to indicate program number may be entered.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
03 Select =
Prepare the system for a selection.
5.
Dial a PCB slot number (00~78 for DK424 or 00-18 for DK40) using
the dial pad.
03 Select = (00~78)
Card = (91, 62 or 00)
The system defaults as follows:
03 Select = 00 (Slot Number)
Card = 91
Initialized default assigns slot 00 and 01 to be a non-optioned RCTU
without RRCS DTMF receivers, or DK40 Base without K4RCU3.
Initialized default assigns slot 11 to be a non-optioned PDKU without
DSS console or OCA (Code 61).
a (DK424), a (DK40)
Initialized default assigns slot 12~78 to be empty (Code 00).
6.
a
Dial the PCB code recorded on the record sheet. Refer to the PCB
code reference table on Program 03 record sheet for a definition of the
codes.
7.
8.
+ROG
03 Select = 11 (Slot Number)
Card = 61
03 Select = 12~78 (Slot
Number)
Card = 00
03 Select = (00~78)
Card = (00~97)
Secure data in system programming.
03 Select = (00~78)
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
03 Select =
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5) or continue
with Step 9.
9.
+ROG
Secure Program 92 data in system memory.
10. 6SNU6SHDNHU
Exit Program 92 (system beeps). Enter another program number or
exit programming mode (go to Step 11).
11. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
92 Select = ##
Data Programmed
Program =
No. 205
06:58
Jan 20 Sun
12. To secure Program 03 entries, Power off for five seconds, then power
on, or run Program 91-2.
3-10
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *03 for DK424 Cabinet Type Identification
System & Station
Program *03 for DK424
Cabinet Type Identification
Processor Type:
RCTUE/F only
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All cabinets = 1
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Cabinet No. (1~7)
Cabinet Type
(1 or 2)
6SNU +ROG
Turn System Power OFF (5 sec) then ON.
or...
CABINET = 1 or 2 (type)
Type 1 (DK424)
Type 2 (DK280)
SELECT =
(Cabinet No. 1~7)
6SNU +ROG
Run Program 91-2
Expansion Cabinet Universal PCB Slot Availability
Case 1
RCTUE/F in DK424 Base Cabinet with MBJU removed
1 (Base)
2 (1st Expansion)
Expansion Cabinet (max 6)
3 (2nd Expansion)
4 (3rd Expansion)
1~8 available
DK280
1~6 available
Case 2
RCTUE/F in DK280 Base Cabinet
5 (4th Expansion)
Expansion Cabinet (max 5)
6 (5th Expansion)
7 (6th Expansion)
Universal PCB Slots
DK424
1 only
Universal PCB Slots
DK424
1~6 available
DK280
1~6 available
Program *03 - Overview
You must run this program when using the RCTUE/F processor. It identifies which type of
cabinets are installed (DK424 or DK280). The RCTUE/F processor can be installed in a
DK424 or DK280 base cabinet. The expansion cabinets can be any combination of DK424 and
DK280 - except the seventh expansion cabinet must be a DK424.
The DK280 expansion cabinet can only support six universal PCB slots in any possible
configuration.
The DK424 expansion cabinet supports eight universal PCB slots only if the RCTUE/F is
installed in a DK424 base cabinet and the MBJU jumper is removed from the DK424 base
cabinet backplane.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-11
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
System & Station
Program 04
Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See [PDNs] in the record sheets
DK14 Record Sheet
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
(see table below)
Physical
Ports
Modular Jack
Location Record
Logical
Ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
[PDN] (1~4 digits)
Port Type for Different Base Configurations
[PDNs]
(Initialized)
000
000
(10)
001
001
(11)
0021
0021
(12)
0031
0031
(13)
004
004
(14)
005
005
(15)
006
006
(16)
007
007
(17)
008
008
(18)
0092
0092
(19)
KSU
1st QCDU2
2nd QCDU2
QSTU2
4 - Digital
Telephone Ports
1
Supports a Digital Telephone or a DDCB Door Phone Control Box.
2
Supports Alternate Background Music (BGM).
3-12
2 -Digital
Telephone
Ports
2 - Digital
Telephone Ports
2 - Standard
Telephone Ports
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
System & Station
DK40 Record Sheet
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
(see table below)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Logical
Ports
(Initialized)
[PDN] (1~4 digits)
Important! Refer to Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration before installing PCBs in slots 15~18.
Expansion Slot Configuration Record:
Physical
Ports
Modular Jack
Location Record
Slot 15 ______ Slot 16 ______ Slot 17 ______ Slot 18 ______
Logical Ports
[PDNs]
(Initialized)
Port Type for Different Base Configurations
TCOU
TCOU+KSTU2
TDDU
TDDU+KSTU2
Base Slot 11
Base Slot 11
Base Slot 11
Base Slot 11
8 - Digital
Telephone Ports
8 - Digital
Telephone Ports
8 - Digital
Telephone Ports
8 - Digital
Telephone Ports
Base Slot 12
Base Slot 12
4 DID Port
CKT 1~4
4 DID Ports
CKT 1~4
000
000
(10)
001
001
(11)
002
002
(12)
003
003
(13)
004
004
(14)
005
005
(15)
006
006
(16)
007
007
(17)
008
008
(18)
009
009
(19)
Base Slot 13
010
010
(20)
4 KSTU2 Ports
011
011
(21)
012
012
(22)
013
013
(23)
Base Slot 13
014
014
(24)
4 KSTU2 Ports
015
015
(25)
016
016
(26)
017
017
(27)
018
018
(28)
019
019
(29)
020
020
(30)
021
021
(31)
022
022
(32)
023
023
(33)
024
024
(34)
025
025
(35)
026
026
(36)
027
(37)
027
Note
Expansion
Slots 15~18
Expansion
Slots 15~18
Expansion
Slots 15~18
Expansion slots 15~18: See DK40 Configuration tables in Chapter 2 of the Strata
Expansion
Slots 15~18
DK Installation and
Maintenance Manual.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-13
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
System & Station
DK424 Record Sheet
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Press [PDN] or Button LED 01 to erase (1~4 digits)
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
Initialized [PDNs]
DISA Port
Reserved for Special Functions
RCTUA
000~031
200~231
039
032~039
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
200~279
089
080~089
RCTUC/D
000~239
200~239
249
240~249
RCTUE/F
000~335
100~435
344
336~349
Physical
Ports
3-14
Modular Jack
Location Record
Logical
Ports
[PDN]
Cabinet and
Slot Number
Physical
Ports
Modular Jack
Location Record
Logical
Ports
[PDN]
Cabinet and
Slot Number
Cabinet: ______
Cabinet: ______
Slot: ______
Slot: ______
Cabinet: ______
Cabinet: ______
Slot: ______
Slot: ______
Cabinet: ______
Cabinet: ______
Slot: ______
Slot: ______
Cabinet: ______
Cabinet: ______
Slot: ______
Slot: ______
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
System & Station
Program 04 Overview
Program 04 assigns the Primary Directory Number [PDN] to each telephone (logical port).
[PDNs] can be one to four digits. [PDNs] must not conflict with Phantom Directory Numbers
[PhDNs] or, DK424 Distributed Hunt Directory Numbers set in Program *04.
[PDNs] can be changed using Program 04, but door phone and modem numbering cannot.
●
●
Door phone standard numbering is #151~#159 and #161~#163; the internal modem
(IMDU or RMDS) is #19 (DK40 and DK424).
[PDNs] cannot begin with the digits 41~49 because 44 is the substitute code to rotary dial
the “#” in feature access codes.
Only the first digit of a feature code can be changed with Program 05. The system
automatically assigns door phone station numbers if a door phone is specified in Program
77-1. [PDN] assignments are flexible so that each station can have up to four assigned digits.
All Strata DK telephone user guides are written using the standard default access codes and
[PDNs]. If desired, a telephone accompanying a DSS console can have an [PDN] of 0 or 01,
etc., without conflict.
If you make no assignment in Program 04, the system, upon powering up automatically
assigns eight [PDNs] for each station PCB installed and four logical station ports for each
PEMU, REMU, RDDU, and RATU PCB.
Each DK424 RDTU, tie, and DID channel is also assigned a station port. This is done in
sequence of ascending slot numbers for station port numbers 008 and up.
DK424 Attendant consoles rings on the ICI “” button for Dial “0” calls, and on the [PDN]
when the [PDN] assigned to the console (station) port in this program is dialed.
Peripheral Devices other than telephones or DIUs can be connected to the ports listed below. If
a peripheral device is connected to a Physical Port, the Logical Port must have the same port
number as the Physical Port. See the following table.
Logical &
Physical Ports
System
00
DK40
Digital telephone associated with DSS console.
Peripheral Device
02, 03
DK14
Digital Door phone/lock control unit (DDCB).
04, 12, 20
DK40
Digital Door phone/lock control unit (DDCB).
07, 015, 027
DK40
Digital Direct Station Selection Console (DDSS).
10
DK14
35
DK40
DISA port number used for Toll Restriction Class and Verified/Forced
Account Code assignment.
09
DK40
Separate background Music Source (KSTU2 required in Base KSU).
00, 08, 020
DK40
Digital telephone associated with DSS console (PDKU/Expansion Unit
required).
Electronic telephone associated with DSS console (PEKU/Expansion Unit
required).
00, 13, 17
DK40
09
DK14
DK40: Separate Background Music Source (PEKU, PESU, or PSTU/
Expansion Unit required). DK14: QSTU2 required.
31
DK40
IMDU modem.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-15
Program 04 Station Logical Port [PDN] Assignment
System & Station
Program 04 Example
Action (press buttons+LED buttons)
1.
Use an LCD programming phone per Minimum Hardware
Requirements in Chapter 1 - Overview.
2.
LCD Response
No. N-N1
06:43
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 04
Enter programming mode. (Do not press the [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 04. The speaker beeps to indicate when to enter a
program number.
6SNU6SHDNHU
4.
Data Store
04 Select =
Prepare the system for a selection.
a
5.
Select a port number (use three digits plus #).
;;;;
6.
Enter the port’s station number (up to four digits) from the record
sheet.
04 Select = 000
INT = N-N
04 Select = 000 ~239
INT = XXXX
Note Station numbers must not exceed four digits, or conflict with
feature access codes listed in Program 05 record sheet.
+ROG
7.
8.
Secure data in system programming.
04 Select = (000~335)
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
04 Select =
Prepare the system for another selection (go back to Step 5) or
continue with Step 9.
+ROG
9.
Secure Program 04 data in system memory.
10. 6SNU6SHDNHU
Exit Program 04 (system beeps). Enter another program number or
continue with Step 11.
11. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
1
00 Select = ##
Data Programmed
Program =
No. N-N
06:58
Jan 20 Sun
N-N = program telephone [PDN]
3-16
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *04 [PhDN] and Distributed Hunt [DN] Assignments For Internal and Tie Line Calls
System & Station
Program *04
[PhDN] and Distributed Hunt [DN] Assignments
For Internal and Tie Line Calls
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, all RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See the legend below
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
[PhDN] or DH [DN] assigned to port number
(1~4 digits, see table below)
SELECT = [PhDN] or DH [DN] Port Number
(see table below)
To erase existing [PDNs], enter XXX XXX
(low port high port). Adding a new range of
[PDNs] cannot be done in this manner.
*
*
Press LED Button 01 to erase [PhDNs] and
DH[DNs].
Processor
[PhDN] Port Range
Initialized [PhDN]
DH [DN] Port Range
Initialized DH [DN]
DK14
500~509
50~59
900~915
850~865
DK40
500~527
50~77
900~915
850~865
RCTUA
500~531
500~531
900~915
850~865
RCTUBA/BB
500~579
500~579
900~915
850~865
RCTUC/D
500~739
500~739
900~915
850~865
RCTUE/F
500~835
450~785
900~915
850~865
[PhDN] or DH [DN]
Port XXX
Strata DK
Initialized
[PhDN] or DH
[DN] (YYYY)
Programming
June 1998
[PhDN] or DH [DN]
Port XXX
Initialized
[PhDN] or DH
[DN] (YYYY)
[PhDN] or DH [DN]
Port XXX
Initialized
[PhDN] or DH
[DN] (YYYY)
3-17
Program *04 [PhDN] and Distributed Hunt [DN] Assignments For Internal and Tie Line Calls
System & Station
Program *04 Overview
Program *04 assigns the system Phantom Directory Numbers [PhDNs] and Distributed Hunt
(DH) Group [DNs].
All DK systems provide 16 DH groups. [PhDNs] and DH [DNs] can be one to four digits.
[PhDNs] and DH [DNs] cannot conflict with each other, or be the same as Primary Directory
Numbers assigned in Program 04. [PhDNs] can not conflict with, or be the same as Distributed
Hunt Directory Numbers assigned in this program. Default [PhDNs] and DH [DNs] are shown
in the legend above the record sheet.
Note
●
●
3-18
[PhDNs] and DH [DNs] cannot have 41~49 as the first two digits because 44 is the
substitute code to rotary dial the “#” in feature access codes.
See Program *09 or 71 for DID line call routing to DH Groups; see Programs 81~89 or
Ground/Loop start CO line call routing to DH Groups.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 05 Flexible Access Code Numbering
System & Station
Program 05
Flexible Access Code Numbering
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: See record sheet
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Access Code (1~9)
See the table below for standard access codes.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SPECIAL DIAL = New Access Codes
The first digit of access codes can be replaced by 2 digits.
Press LED Button 01 to enter blanks.
Default
Access
Code
0
1
Features Affected (N/A = Not Affected/ Cannot Change)
Unused
Voice First/Tone First (Dial 1-N/A)
Station LCD Messages (10~19-N/A)
Door Phones: (#151~#159; #161~#163)
Station Speed Dial (100~139-N/A) RCTUE/F
IMDU or RMDS Access: DK424 and DK40 (#19)
Station Speed Dial Set (10~49-N/A) RCTUA, BA/BB,
C/D
Default [PDNs] and Park Orbits (see Program 04)
2
3
Default [PDNs] and Park Orbits (see Program 04)
ACD Ports (*04, *09, 71)
Busy Override (Dial 2-N/A)
Off-hook Call Announce (2-N/A)
Do Not Disturb Override (Dial 2-N/A)
RCTUE/F System Speed Dial (200~999)
Default [PDNs] and Park Orbits (see Program 04)
RCTUA~C/D External Page Zones 1~4 (#35~#38)
Executive Override (Dial 3-N/A)
Group Page (Internal) (#311~#318)
All Call Voice Page (#30)
Park + Page (Cnf+#331)
All Call Voice Page with External Spkrs (#39)
Park Pick Up [DN]+#331 (see Program *05)
RCTUE/F Ext Page Zones #351~#358
Park + Hold (Cnf+#332)
Default [PDNs] and Park Orbits (see Program 04)
T.R. Override/T. Class Code Input (Cnf + #47)
Default [PhDNs] (see Program *04)
BGM Over Stations ON (#481)
Automatic Callback (Dial 4-N/A)
BGM Over Stations OFF (#480)
CO Line Queuing (Dial 4-N/A)
BGM Over External Speakers ON (#491)(Station Port
000 only)
Station Number Display (#401)
Port Number Display (#402)
Hold (#41)
4
New
Access
Codes
BGM Over External Speakers OFF (#490)(Station
Port 000 only)
Hold Pickup (#42)
Cancel Message Waiting at Station (#409) from
[PDN] or [PhDN]
Automatic Busy Redial (Conf + #44)
Retrieve Message Waiting (#408)
Automatic Busy Redial Cancel (Int + #44)
Access Code/Speed Dial Prefix (44 or #)
Message Waiting Answer (#408) from INT, [PDN], or
[PhDN]
To store a CO line or feature access code in Speed
Dial memory from rotary phones or phones without
the Speed Dial and Redial buttons, enter 44 + 7XXX
instead of # + 7XXX.
Display [PDN], [SDN], or [PhDN] on LCD (#407)
Emergency Call to Attendant Console (#400)
Standard telephone Redial (44) or dial # for feature
access code
Start Trace #489 (Station Port 000 only)
Stop Trace #488 (Station Port 000 only)
Cancel Auto Call Back (#43)
Flash (Cnf + #45)
Account Code Input (Cnf + #46)
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Programming
June 1998
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Program 05 Flexible Access Code Numbering
Default
Access
Code
New
Access
Codes
Features Affected (N/A = Not Affected/ Cannot Change)
Call Pickup Station (#5+Station No.), Ringing CO or
DID line (#59)
5
System & Station
Directed Pickup of CO Line on Hold (#5+#7 XXX,
XXX = 001~200),
Pick-up External Page (#5 +#30 or for Zone Page
#5+#35~#38)
Selected Group Pickup (#5+#320~#339)
Own Group(s) Pickup (#5+#34)
Pickup Ringing Line (#59)
[DN] Pickup #5#2+XXX (XXX=[PDN] or [PhDN], DK
Release 3.1 and above)
#5#79 Pick up Tandem Connection (Release 3.2 and
above)
Call Forward (#601, #602, #603, #604)
T.R. Override Code Change (#654, #655)
Timed Reminder (#605~#609)
System Speed Dial
M/W for Voice Mail ON (#63+Station No.)
(N/A 600~699 RCTUB, RCTUBA/BB, &
RCTUC/D)
M/W for Voice Mail OFF (#64+Station No.)
Voice Mail ID Code Set (Call Fwd, #656)
Voice Mail ID Code Set (Ans. MW, #657)
6
System Speed Dial Set (N/A 60~99 - DK14, DK40
and RCTUA)
LCD Message Set (#68)
LCD User Name (#621-Set, #620-Reset, TR dial plan
Set #650 +6267 +7/8/9 Change
DKT Mute Ring Adjust (#6101)
DISA Security Code Change (#658)
DKT Ring Level Adjust (#6102)
Verified Account Code Change (#659)
Port Swap/Station Relocation OFF (#6281)
Set LCD Messages (#68)
Station Relocation ON (#6282)
System LCD Messages (N/A 60-99)
Logical Port Swap ON (#6283)
Traveling Class Code 1~8 Change (#691~#698)
Call Forward Ext Set or Remote Change Code (#670)
Logical Port Swap (#627 + Destination Intercom No.)
Date Set (#651)
Physical Port Calling (#629 + Physical Port No.)
Time Set (#652)
Message Waiting Set/Cancel (N/A) (7) (77)
Weekday Set (#653)
Night Lock Password Change (#622)
CO Line Outgoing Calls (#7001~#7200)
7
8
9
To store a CO line or feature access code in Speed Dial memory from rotary telephones or telephones without
the Speed Dial and Redial buttons, enter 44 + 7XXX instead of # + 7XXX.
CO Group Outgoing Calls (801~816)
Default Distributed Hunt [DNs] (850~ 865)
See Program *04
Least Cost Routing or CO Group (9), Distributed Hunt Group Prog *04 Port Ref. (900~915)
Program 05 Overview
Program 05 enables you to change feature access codes. The first digit of a feature access code
can be changed to a different digit or to two digits. Digits after this prefix cannot be changed.
Some access codes cannot be changed (such as the code for Automatic Callback) and are
shown with N/A on the record sheet.
Notes
●
●
●
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Access code conflicts may exist if new access codes are assigned, and a new system
numbering plan will have to be implemented.
Be sure access code changes do not conflict with existing access code or station
numbering schemes. Refer to Program 04 – Port/Station Number Assignment.
If access codes are being changed to a number that is currently assigned, change the
currently assigned code to an unused code first. In the initialized state, the only unused
code is zero (0).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *05 Call Park Pickup Abbreviated Dialing
System & Station
Program *05
Call Park Pickup Abbreviated Dialing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
SELECT = Call Park type:
1 = Change #331 Call Park Pickup Code
2 = Change #332 Call Park Pickup Code
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = 1 or 2 digit abbreviated dialing for Call
Park Pickup.
It is only necessary to change one code, but each code can
be changed to the same or different Park Pickup dialing
Program *05 Overview
This program assigns two Call Park Pickup abbreviated dialing codes to pick up parked calls.
For dialing convenience, the 1- (or 2-) digit abbreviation for Call Park Pickup replaces the Call
Park access codes #331 and #332. To park calls, Code #331 and #332 must still be used if the
Program 393DUNLQ2UELW buttons are not available on a telephone. Changing the #331 and
#332 codes only applies to Call Park Pickup.
♦
LED 01 blanks out the Call Park abbreviated dialing data.
Example:
If Park Pickup code #331 is changed to the digit “1”, Park Pickup functions by dialing
1XXX, where XXX is the orbit number in which the call is parked.
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Programming
June 1998
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Program 09 Built-in Auto Attendant Prompt / Station Assignments
System & Station
Program 09
Built-in Auto Attendant Prompt / Station Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System and ACD
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Prompt
Press prompt number offered
to caller. First or second digit.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
AUTO ATT DIAL = (1~4 digits)
Enter the station numbers, [PDNs], [PhDNs], DH
[DNs], or #4 plus the ACD Group No. which will receive
Auto Attendant calls. Could be if establishing the first
digit.
*
Press LED Button 01 to delete data.
Dialed Digit (Menu Prompts)
Station Number [PDN]
Department, Division, Etc.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Program 09 Overview
Program 09 tells the system where to direct calls after incoming Auto Attendant callers dial a
digit(s) in response to the menu of dialing prompts offered by one of the Auto Attendant’s
digital announcers.
The exact dialing prompts along with their associated station numbers, [PDNs], [PhDNs],
Distributed Hunt [DN] and ACD group numbers are assigned with this program. The actual
announcements that are delivered to callers are recorded on customer-supplied digital
announcers. The dialing prompts can either be all one-digit or all two-digits (or numbers of
1~4 digits).
One digit dialing prompts can be used, but they cannot conflict with the first digit of the [PDN]
in Program 04 or the [PhDN] and DH [DN] in Program *04.
Two-digit dialing prompts are only used when it is necessary to stop the announcement to
prevent errors in digit translation or when single-digit prompts conflict with [PDN], [PhDN],
and DH [DN] numbering plans. Digit Translation errors occur sometimes when line
transmission is low or the announcement voice frequencies are the same as a DTMF digit and
the system RRCS, K4RCU3, or QSTU3 circuit will not dial or misdials.
The first digit of the two-digit prompts cannot conflict with [PDNs] in Program 04 or [PhDNs]
and DH [DNs] in Program *04.
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Programming
June 1998
Program 09 Built-in Auto Attendant Prompt / Station Assignments
System & Station
➤ To create one-digit dialing prompts and to assign the associated destination station numbers
1. Enter Program 09.
2. When “SELECT” appears on the LCD, press the desired digit (prompt). Then “AUTO
ATT DIAL” appears on the LCD.
3. Enter the destination DH or station [PDN] (not Port number) number or plus the ACD
group (per Note) associated with the prompts and then the +ROG button.
4. Press 6SNU and repeat Steps 2 and 3 for more prompt-station entries.
➤ To enter two-digit dialing prompts along with their destination station numbers
1. Enter Program 09 and then see “SELECT” on the LCD.
2. Press the desired leading digit then see “AUTO ATT DIAL” on the LCD.
3. Press * and then the +ROG button. The first digit will now be set, and “DATA
PROGRAMED” will again appear on the LCD.
4. Press 6SNU and press a second digit, and then see “AUTO ATT DIAL” on the LCD.
5. Enter the destination station [DN] assigned to the two-digit prompt and then the +ROG
button.
6. To complete more prompt-station entries, repeat Steps 4 and 6.
➤ To assign a digit (menu prompt) to an ACD Group
➤ Enter ;; in place of the [DN]) at the “AUTO ATT DIAL” LCD programming prompt,
where XX is the ACD Group number 01~16.
Note
Strata DK
When transmission and DTMF levels are lower than normal or when the digital
announcement voice frequencies match DTMF digital frequencies (talk-off), Auto
Attendant efficiency may be improved with two-digit dialing options, instead of onedigit dialing options.
Programming
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Program *09 [PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or Modem DID Ext. Assignments
System & Station
Program *09
[PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or Modem DID Ext.
Assignments
Processor Type:
See legend below
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See legend below
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DIAL = DID Extension Number (1~4 digits)
SELECT = Port No. (see legend)
Press LED Button 01 to erase extension
numbers.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
(Do not press # after entering a port range.) Then enter the
lowest DID Ext. number as the first Ext. number in the range.
*
*
Processor
[PDN]
Port
Range
[PDN] Ext.
#
[PhDN]
Port
Range
[PhDN]
Ext. #
DH Group
Ports
DH Ext. #
Default
ACD
Port #
ACD Ext. #
DK14
000~009
10~19
500~509
50~59
900~915
Blank
N/A
N/A
N/A
DK40
000~027
10~37
500~527
50~77
900~915
Blank
N/A
N/A
031
41
RCTUA
000~031
200~231
500~531
500~531
900~915
Blank
N/A
N/A
035
235
RMDS/IMDU
Modem
Modem Port [PhDN] Ext. #
N/A
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
200~279
500~579
500~579
900~915
Blank
090~097
290~297
085
285
RCTUC/D
000~239
200~439
500~739
500~739
900~915
Blank
250~265
450~465
245
445
RCTUE/F
000~335
100~435
500~835
450~785
900~915
Blank
345~360
850~865
340
840
[PDN],
[PhDN], DH,
ACD or
Modem Port
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[PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD
or Modem Port
DID Ext. # (1~4 Digits)
[PDN],
[PhDN], DH,
ACD or
Modem Port
[PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD
or Modem Port
DID Ext. # (1~4 Digits)
[PDN],
[PhDN], DH,
ACD or
Modem Port
Strata DK
[PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD
or Modem Port
DID Ext. # (1~4 Digits)
Programming
June 1998
Program *09 [PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or Modem DID Ext. Assignments
System & Station
Program *09 Overview
This program assigns the routing destinations for incoming DID line calls.
Program *09 DID extension numbers can be routed to [PDNs], [SDNs], or [PhDNs], ACD
Groups, or Distributed Hunt groups. Each [PDN]/[SDN] and/or [PhDN] can appear and ring
(immediate, 12 sec. delay or 24 sec. delay with Program *71, *72 and *73) on up to 120
telephones. A DID extension number can ring up to 120 telephones maximum.
Any DID line can be assigned to route with Program 71 and 72 DNIS routing assignments,
instead of Program *09 assignments, to provide all the DNIS call routing features to normal
DID lines.
Which program options (Program *09 or Program 71 and 72) DID line call routing will follow
is determined for each DID line in Program 17, LED 05 and/or 07 (see Program 17 for more
details).
On DK424, DID calls will alternately ring all or selected Attendant Consoles (in the load share
group, assigned in Program 81-89) when a DID Attendant Console extension number is
assigned to ring any one of the Attendant Console ports in the load share group.
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Programming
June 1998
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Program 10-1 System Assignments, Part 1 of 3
System & Station
Program 10-1
System Assignments, Part 1 of 3
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: LEDs 07, 08, 09, 16, 18, 19 and 20 are ON
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
Button/
LED
20
X
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are marked with an X in
the table below.
LED ON
Two-CO Line Conference/Allowed
LED OFF
Not Allowed
Two-CO line Conference must be allowed for Tandem Line, DISA, CFEXT, and DNIS external routing operation. Also See Program 15, Code
5.
19
Conference/Allowed
Not Allowed
18
Ring Detect Time-Normal
Ring Detect Time-Short Rings
17
Station to Station Call Volume PAD (-8db)
No Station to Station Call PAD
16
BRI Standard Initialization (2 TEIs)
None (TEI = 0)
Not Used
Not Used
15~13
12
ABR Cycles/10 times
15 times
11
ABR Redial time/30 sec.
1 min.
10
System Speed Dial Override, Toll
Restriction
Restricted
09
Exclusive Hold/Allowed
Not Allowed
08
Alternate Point Answer
Transfer Privacy
07
Ring Transfer of CO Line Allowed
Not Allowed
If Ring Transfer is allowed, set Ring Transfer Recall time in Program 37; if
ring transfer is not allowed (LED 07 OFF), the station recalls immediately
if transfer is attempted.
06
CO Line Repeat Ringing
Standard Ring
Standard ring pattern is 1 sec. on, 3 sec. off.
05
Incoming Call Abandon 8 sec.
6 sec.
04
CO Line DTMF Signal Time 160 msec.
80 msec.
LED 04 DTMF Signal Time applies to manual and speed dial tones sent
out of the system via CO lines. This applies when dialing from any
Toshiba telephone, including the 2000-series Digital Telephone. LED 04
does not apply to Call Forward or Voice Mail ID DTMF tones sent to
voice mail ports. (See Program 10-2, LED 06, for tones sent to Voice
Mail ports.)
03
Dial Pulse Make Ratio 33%
40%
02
0.45 or 1.5 sec. per Program 42-0
CO Line Re-seize guard time 0.45
CO line guard time is the time interval the system requires to release a
CO line and reseize it. If LED 02 is off, all lines are set with 0.45 second
guard time; if LED is on, guard time is 0.45 or 1.5 seconds per Program
42-0.
01
Tone First (from SLTs, DKTs and EKTs)
Voice First (from SLTs, DKTs and EKTs)
This applies to [PDNs] not [PhDNs]; [PhDNs] are always tone first.
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Programming
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Program 10-1 System Assignments, Part 1 of 3
System & Station
Program 10-1 Overview
You can make the following system assignments with Program 10-1:
LED 20: Two-CO Line Conference
Two lines can be conferenced with one or two telephones (digital, electronic, or standard).
Conference (see LED 19) in this program to enable this feature. Also, Two-line Conference
must be allowed for DISA, CF-EXT, and DNIS external routing use of outgoing lines. CO
lines must be enabled for tandem connection with Program 15, Code 5.
LED 19: Conference
Gives stations the ability to enable (LED 19 ON) or disable (LED 19 OFF) any Conference.
LED 18: Ring Detect Time
Sets normal ring detect time (LED 18 ON). Only use the normal setting, except unless
connected to CO/Centrex lines that send ring signals less than 120 milliseconds.
LED 17: Station-to-Station Call Volume PAD
ON reduces station-to-station talk path volume (-8 dB). LED 17 should be OFF in all cases
except where extreme quiet room noise is expected.
LED 16: BRI Standard or Non-initializing Terminal
Determines the initialization process for BRI lines connected to the ISDN network. A normal
sequence is followed if this is turned ON. If it is OFF, no initialization sequence is needed.
LED 12: Automatic Busy Redial (ABR) Cycles
If activated from an electronic or digital telephone, ABR retries dialing a telephone number on
a line if a far end busy signal is detected. Turn LED 12 ON to have the system try up to 10
times; turn OFF for up to 15 attempts. This feature is not available with standard telephones
and/or tie or DID lines.
LED 11: ABR Redial Time
Upon detecting a far end busy signal on a line, ABR will retry either once every 30 seconds or
once every minute. Turn LED 11 ON for 30 seconds; turn OFF for one minute.
LED 10: System Speed Dial Override, Toll Restriction
System Speed Dial can be chosen to override Toll Restriction if LED 10 is turned ON.
LED 09: Exclusive Hold
Exclusive Hold allows electronic and digital telephones to place calls on hold (by pressing the
+ROG button twice) so that other stations cannot pick up the held call with a CO /LQH button.
This feature can be disabled on a system-wide basis. Any station can pick up an Exclusive
Hold call by using the call pickup code.
LED 08: Alternate Point Answer/Transfer Privacy
If Transfer Privacy is selected, a ring/blind transferred call can only be answered at the called
station upon transfer of that call (after the transferring party releases the call). With Alternate
Point Answer, any electronic or digital telephone with the appropriate CO line or [DN] button
can pick up a call transferred to another telephone. In either case, Call Pickup will function
from any station. Station [DN] and CO line transferred calls that occur on [DN] buttons are
always Private.
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Programming
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Program 10-1 System Assignments, Part 1 of 3
System & Station
LED 07: Ring Transfer of CO Line Allowed
This option defines station operation for transferring [DN] and CO line calls. If Ring Transfer
is allowed, the system will allow “blind” transfers to busy or idle stations. The transferring
station may release a transferred call before the called party answers. If not allowed, the
system will allow supervised transfers only—the called station must answer before the
transferring station releases. If Ring Transfer is not allowed, immediate recall occurs if “blind”
transfer is attempted. The system denies Ring Transfer to stations in the Do Not Disturb
(DND) mode, and immediate recall will occur if attempted.
LED 06: CO Line Repeat Ringing
If selected, the incoming ringing timing pattern at a station will be the same as the CO line
ringing pattern. This is used mainly with Centrex or PBX systems which may vary the ring
pattern to distinguish between internal and external incoming calls, etc. If Standard Ringing is
chosen, CO line station ringing will cycle one second on, three seconds off regardless of the
incoming ring pattern. This ringing option may be undesirable for some COs.
LED 05: Incoming Call Abandon Timing
The amount of time between incoming CO line ring signals determines when the system will
discontinue (abandon) sending ringing tones to stations. The choice of six or eight seconds
depends on the line ring pattern. This assignment has no effect if the Line Repeat Ringing
(LED 06) option is used.
LED 04: Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) Signal Time
DTMF signals sent out to CO lines can be either 80 or 160 msecs. in length. DTMF to QSTU2,
KSTU2, RSTU, RSTU2, RDSU/RSTS, PSTU, PESU ports (including voice mail ports) are
not affected by this assignment. See Program 10-2 for standard telephone port DTMF timing.
This program pertains to manual dialing or speed dialing from all Toshiba telephones, with the
following exception. When dialing manually from 2000-series telephones, signals last as long
as the buttons are pressed (minimum 80 msec.).
LED 03: Dial Pulse (DP) Make Ratio
Dial Pulse timing sent out to CO lines can be changed from the normal 40% make ratio to
33%. This selection only applies to those CO lines assigned in Program 15 to signal dialing
with dial pulse instead of Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF).
LED 02: Line Reseize Guard Time
Should be set for 0.45 seconds for most installations. Set guard time for 1.5 seconds (using
Program 10-1, LED 02 ON, and Program 42-0), if CO lines experience the following
situations: no dial tone when a line is released and reseized immediately; or, when operating
behind Centrex or PBX, false hookflash signals are sent to the CO when stations release and
reseize the same line immediately.
LED 01: Tone First/Voice First Signaling-Electronic and Digital Telephone
With Voice First, a Directory Number call to an electronic or digital telephone will be
preceded by a one-second burst of tone, followed by voice communication via the Handsfree
Answerback function. For Tone First, repetitive Directory Number ring tone is sent in a onesecond on, three-seconds off pattern. Conversion from one signaling mode to the other can be
made by dialing an additional digit of 1 from the calling station. Voice First applies to called
[PDNs] only; [PhDNs] are always tone first regardless of LED 01 setting.
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Program 10-2 System Assignments, Part 2 of 3
System & Station
Program 10-2
System Assignments, Part 2 of 3
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: LEDs 02, 14, 15, and 16 are ON
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 2
Button/
LED
X
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are marked with an X in
the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
20
Padded DTMF Tone
Return When Dialing
DTMF/No DTMF Per Prog 10-2, LED 11
19
External Conference Amp
Connected to PEKU
No External Amplifier Connected
18
External Conference Amp
Connected to PEKU
No External Amplifier Connected
17
“TRNS” Soft Key—
Immediate
“TRNS” Soft Key—Normal
16
Executive Override
Warning Tone/ON
Executive Override Warning Tone/OFF
15
External Page included
with All Call Page
Not Included - see Button/LED 20 note.
14
Privacy Override/
Attendant/Supervised
Loop Warning Tone/ON
Privacy/Attendant Supervised Loop Override Warning Tone/OFF
13
Send Auto Callback Campon Tone
No Callback Tone. Called party receives notification tone when calling party activates
Auto Call Back.
12
CO Line 3 min Beep Tone
No Beep Tone
11
No DTMF Tone Return
When Dialing
DTMF tone return when dialing
10
BGM connected to PESU,
Circuit 8
EKT connected to PESU, CKT 8
09
BGM connected to PEKU,
Circuit 3
EKT connected to PEKU, CKT 3
08
Elapsed Time Display 1
min. After Access or
Answer a CO line
Elapsed Time Display 15 sec. After Access or Answer a CO Line
07
Standard Tel. CO Ring per
Prog. 10-1, LED 06
Standard Tel. CO Ring Distinctive
06
VM ID Code DTMF Signal
Time 80 ms
160 ms
05
Send Music-on-hold.
Send Ringback Tone to the transferred party.
04
MW cancel from VM: RS232 or dial #64 + [DN]
MW cancel from VM: Automatic When Answer
03
3 Ringing Modes
2 Ringing Modes
02
Hunt/C.F. override from
DSS console's phone
Hunt/C.F. override from DSS console
01
Tone First (from DSS
Console)
Voice First (from DSS Console)
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This applies to [PDNs] not [PhDNs]; [PhDNs] are always tone first.
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Program 10-2 System Assignments, Part 2 of 3
System & Station
Program 10-2 Overview
You can make the following system assignments with Program 10-2:
LED 20: Padded Tone Return
With some Central Offices, callers may experience clicking or squealing sounds or a loud
DTMF tone return during or after dialing. To counteract this, it is recommended that padded
tone return or no tone return be enabled (LED 20 ON) or No DTMF tone return (LED 20 OFF
and LED 11 ON). If this option is not selected (LED 20 OFF), Program 10-2, LED 11 selects
normal level DTMF Return or No DTMF Return.
The optional padded DTMF frequency system tone is returned to callers at a lower-thannormal volume level with each digit dialed from the telephone dial pad or when speed dialing
is used.
The tones are also heard by callers routed to voice mail when DK sends VM ID codes.
LED 19: Stations Use External Amplified Conference
Enable this feature (LED 19 ON) only if an external amplifier (Program 10-3) is used for Twoline conference calls. This provides additional amplification to the station during a Two-line
conference call. If Two-CO line conference/tandem call volume is low due to CO line loss,
Toshiba recommends testing two-line Conference with LED 19 ON; if it improves the volume
level and there is no hum noise, keep LED 19 ON.
Disable this feature (LED 19 OFF) if an external amplifier is not switched into two-line
conference calls in all cases. Do this because line unbalance may cause hum noise on the
station talk path during Two-CO line conference calls.
LED 18: Two-CO Line Conference
LED 18 should be OFF whenever Two-line (Tandem, DNIS Network, External Call Forward,
DISA) connection is allowed (in Program 15-5 and Program 10-1, LEDs 19 and 20) unless
Two-CO line conference amplifiers are connected (Program 10-3, LED 01~04).
This increases the volume level between the two outside parties on a tandem (two-line)
connection, but it will not affect station volume if conferenced into the tandem connection. If
Two-CO line volume is low due to CO line loss, test the volume level with LED 18 ON. If it
improves without adding hum noise, keep LED 18 ON.
LED 17: “TRNS” Soft Key Immediate Transfer
If this feature is activated and a transfer is initiated with the “TRNS” Soft Key, the call will
ring transfer (Camp-on Busy) immediately after the last digit of the called station (busy or
idle) number is dialed. This feature does not apply to transfers initiated with the fixed &QI7UQ
button or “CONF” Soft Key.
LED 16: Executive Override Warning Tone
Executive Override allows a station user (if assigned in ) to break into and listen to an existing
station conversation. A warning tone can be set optionally to be heard by the conversing
parties.
LED 15: External Page Included with All Call Page
External speakers and all electronic and digital telephones are paged by dialing: Directory
Number [DN] + . The$OO&DOO3DJHbutton is used to page all digital and electronic
telephones only; external speakers are not included when using the button.
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Programming
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Program 10-2 System Assignments, Part 2 of 3
System & Station
If the All Call voice page access code () is entered, or if the paging number is dialed on
incoming tie, DID or DNIS lines, external page (all zones) may be included with All Call
telephone speaker paging. This option does not affect the $OO&DOO3DJH button function,
which activates electronic and digital telephone speakers only, never external page (See
Program 17, LED 01 and Program 71).
LED 14: Privacy Override Warning Tone
Privacy Override allows a station user to enter an existing CO line conversation by pressing a
CO /LQH button (if the called station is assigned in Program 30). A warning tone can be set
optionally to be heard by the conversing parties.
LED 13: Auto Callback Camp-on Tone
A busy called digital or electronic telephone user may optionally hear a one-time beep tone
(from the speaker) signifying that another station has tried to call and has activated the
Automatic Callback feature.
LED 12: CO Line Beep Tone
If this LED is lit, a beep tone will be sent every three minutes to stations on outgoing line calls.
LED 11: Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) Tone Return
This option deletes DTMF tones that are returned to digital or electronic telephones when
manually dialing or speed dialing. It also eliminates auto dial digits returned to callers when
digits are automatically sent to voice mail ports on forwarded calls.
LEDs 10 and 09: Background Music/Music-on-Hold Separation
An alternate Background Music (BGM) source can be sent to digital telephone speakers,
electronic telephone speakers, and external page speakers, while another Music-on-hold
(MOH) source can be sent to lines or internal stations on hold.
The alternate BGM source can be connected to either circuit 3 on a PEKU PCB, circuit 8 on a
PESU PCB, or circuit 2 on a PSTU, KSTU2, RDSU, RSTU2, RSTU, or QSTU2. LEDs 09 and
10 should be OFF for RSTU2, RSTU, RDSU, KSTU2, QSTU2, and PSTU alternate BGM.
Also run Program 19 to assign BGM to a PCB slot number.
♦
DK14, DK40: The normal MOH source can be connected to the MOH RCA jack on the
DK14 KSU or on the DK40 KSU.
♦
DK424: The normal MOH source always connects to an RCTU. Also run Program 19 to
assign BGM to a PCB slot number.
When disabled (LED 10 OFF), deletes DTMF tones returned to digital and electronic
telephones when dialing from dial pad or speed dialing; also deletes auto dial digits from
callers that are call forwarded to voice mail. This does not affect the actual DTMF tones sent
out to trunks or voice mail devices.
When disabled (LED 09 OFF) BGM connected to the PEKU or PESU is sent to electronic and
digital telephone speakers and external page (optional). To assign the BGM PCB slot number,
see Program 19-1.
PESU/PEKU can be in any universal slot assigned in Program 19-1.
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LED 08: Display Dialed Number Timing
An LCD telephone will display a dialed number on outgoing calls and the CO line (Program
93) ID name, DNIS, ANI, or Caller ID information on incoming calls for either 15 or 60
seconds before the display changes to the elapsed time of the call.
LED 07: Standard Telephone Distinctive Ring
If Distinctive Ring is enabled (LED 07 ON) the CO line call ring pattern is standard: 0.2
seconds on, 0.4 seconds off, 0.2 seconds on, 3.4 seconds off; intercom ring is always 1 second
on, 3 seconds off. This does not apply to VM Ports (Program 31, LED 17 ON) which are
always standard ring. The line call ring pattern to standard telephones can be made distinct
from the intercom ring pattern.
If Distinctive Ring is not enabled (LED 07 OFF), the pattern is per Program 10-1, LED 06.
Intercom, Transferred, tie, and DID calls, with or without Distinctive Ring enabled, ring with a
1-second on and 3-seconds off pattern.
LED 06: Voice Mail Identification Code, Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) Signal Time
DTMF digits automatically sent to RSTU/RDSU/RSTU2/RSTS/PSTU/PESU/KSTU2/
QSTU2 voice mail ports can be sent in either 80- or 160-millisecond bursts. This applies to
digits sent via the voice mail identification code ( /) set at each station. This also
applies to manually dialed digits sent to voice mail ports from Toshiba telephones, including
2000-series digital telephones.
LED 05: Music-on-hold or Ring Back Tone
Prior to Release 3.2, transferred parties would either hear Music-on-hold (MOH) or silence.
With Release 3.2 and higher, transferred parties can hear MOH or Ring Back Tone (RBT).
Turn LED 05 ON to play MOH for transferred parties; turn LED 05 OFF to send RBT. If
MOH is not installed, and LED 05 has been turned on, the transferred party will hear nothing.
LED 04: Voice Mail Message Waiting Cancel Via Dial #64/Automatic
Set Voice Mail Message Waiting Cancel Via Dial (LED 04 ON) if the Strata DK system
is connected to a voice mail (VM) system that sets station Message Waiting (MW) LEDs by
RS-232 or by dialing + Station number, [PDN] or [PhDN] or RS-232 signal. This ensures
the message LED remains flashing and are not cancelled by the DK system until the VM
machine cancels the Message LED by sending an RS-232 signal or pressing + Station
Intercom number, [PDN] or [PhDN].
Also, when using RS-232 Voice Mail Integration (SMDI) LED 16 must be set to ON in
Program 31, for PGM 10-2 to function.
Set to Automatic (LED 04 OFF) to cancel the flashing message waiting LED any time a
station calls the VM machine and the VM machine answers.
LED 03: Ringing Modes
The Strata DK system can be set for either two-ringing mode or three-ringing mode operation.
The Day and Night modes are available with the two-mode operation, and the Day, Day2, and
Nights modes are available with the three-mode operation. Each ringing mode has distinct CO
line ring assignments (Programs 71 (1~3), 78; 81~89 and *81, *84, *87).
The three-mode selection is useful for alternate answering positions. Station users can change
modes with the 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button on either a DSS console (Program 29), a telephone
(Program 39) and/or Attendant Consoles (Program 59). This feature applies to loop and
ground start lines, and also tie, DID, and DNIS lines assigned with Program 17, LED 05 ON;
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these lines will use Program 71 (1~3) assignments. Tie and DID lines assigned with Program
17, LED 05 OFF cannot be routed to different destinations in the Day/Day 2/Night modes.
LED 02: Call Forward/Station Hunt Override From DSS Console (DK424 and DK40 only)
If a station has activated Call Forwarding or Station Hunting, all calls to that station—except
for calls from the DSS console position—will forward or hunt to another number. You can
Call Forward from the console itself or from the digital or electronic telephone assigned to it.
You cannot Call Forward from both; it is an either/or choice. If the console calls (using the
DSS console station buttons) are forwarded, the telephone attached to the console will not be
forwarded, and vice versa. This allows the console operator flexibility in reaching a station
user that has Call Forward or Station Hunt telephone options activated.
Note
This feature applies to both types of DSS consoles, the DDSS and the HDSS.
LED 01: Tone First/Voice First-DSS Console
The intercom call signal from a DSS console can be set for Tone First Signaling or Voice First
Signaling. This setting is independent of the system-wide signal option in Program 10-1. Thus,
DSS consoles and their attendant stations can ring with different signaling modes. Voice First
applies to called [PDNs] only; [PhDNs] are always tone first.
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Program 10-3
System Assignments, Part 3 of 3
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: LEDs 11, 13 and 20 ON, all other LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 3
Button/
LED
X
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are marked with an X in
the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
20
SMDI Message Desk Number (001) is sent in
SMDI packet.
CO line number is sent in SMDI packet.
19
Speed Dial Entry Timeout- 3 minutes
Speed Dial Entry Timeout - 1 minute
18
Auto Attendant: Normal Ringing Pattern After
Camp-on
Auto Attendant: Back to Announcement After Camp-on
17
Auto Attendant: Ring Before Disconnect time
Auto Attendant: Ring Before Disconnect time
16
Auto Attendant: Ring Before Disconnect time
Auto Attendant: Ring Before Disconnect time
15
Auto Attendant: Sends MOH to Caller
Auto Attendant: Sends RBT to Caller
14
SMDI-Bellcore Standard VM Interface, per LED
09 Below
Not used
13
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-8)
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-0)
12
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-4)
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-0)
11
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-2)
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-0)
10
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-1)
SMDI-Station Number Digit Length (HEX-0)
09
Bellcore Standard 1985 Version (1-space)
Bellcore Standard 1985 Version (2-space)
08
Caller ID/ANI Numbers are sent out the SMDI
port
Caller ID/ANI Numbers are not sent out the SMDI port
04
PEKU Ports 33, 34-Amp, connected (RCTUBA/
BB or higher)
PEKU Ports 33, 34-Stations Connected.
03
PEKU Ports 25, 26-Amp, connected
PEKU Ports 25, 26-Stations Connected
02
PEKU Ports 17, 18-Amp, connected
PEKU Ports 17, 18-Stations Connected
01
PEKU Ports 09, 10-Amp, connected
PEKU Ports 09, 10-Stations Connected
07
06
05
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Program 10-3 Overview
You can make the following system assignments with Program 10-3:
LED 20: SMDI Message Desk Number
For CO line calls answered by Voice Mail/Auto Attendant devices, either the three-digit CO
line number (001~200) or the Message Desk number (001) can be sent in the Message Desk
fields of the SMDI packet. The system distinguishes CO line number 001 from Message Desk
number 001.
LED 19: Speed Dial Entry Timeout
Station users can either have up to one minute or up to three minutes to store a Speed Dial
number or memo. If they do not store the number or memo within the set time, their station
exits the Speed Dial-storage mode and returns to the normal idle state. The timer is required
because of the User Programmable Feature Buttons feature, which allows the [PDN], +ROG,
and &QI7UQV buttons to be programmed in Speed Dial Memory. The three-minute setting is
recommended if station users frequently store memos with Speed Dial numbers using the
0RGH button below the LCD.
LED 18: Built-in Auto Attendant Camp-on Busy/Ring No Answer Routing
This option is designed for Auto Attendant configurations that have primary announcement
devices, but no secondary ones tells the system where to route Auto Attendant calls that ring
and are not answered or have been camped-on for a designated time (see Program 26). The
calls can be sent back to the primary announcement device or to the station or stations
assigned to the CO lines’ normal ringing pattern (see Programs 81, 84, and 87).
LEDs 16 and 17: Built-in Auto Attendant Disconnect Time
If LED 18 is assigned for normal ringing, set LEDs 16 and 17 to tell the system when to
disconnect Built-in Auto Attendant calls that have not been answered by the alternative
stations.
The time the Auto Attendant rings stations (per Program 81, 84, 87) after a loop start line
caller does not dial and/or a ringing station does not answer. If a call is not answered before
ring disconnect time period time-out, the call will disconnect. This prevents loop start lines
from being locked-up when there is no CPC supervision from the central office after the
outside caller hangs up.
Set LEDs 16 and 17 for the desired time as follows:
♦
40 seconds: LED 16 OFF, LED 17 OFF (Initialized default)
♦
120 seconds: LED 16 OFF, LED 17 ON
♦
240 seconds: LED 16 ON, LED 17 OFF
LED 15: Built-in Auto Attendant MOH/RBT for Transfer
Callers can hear ring back tone (RBT) or Music-on-hold (MOH) after being transferred from
the Built-in Auto Attendant to a station, depending on the selection made with LED 15.
LED 14: RS-232 Voice Mail Signaling Method
The DK provides two types of RS-232 signaling: Bellcore Standard type (TR-TSY-000283,
TR-NWT-000283) or Toshiba Proprietary. Refer to the VM machine installation
documentation and contact the Toshiba and/or VM machine manufacturer for VM machine
SMDI configuration.
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Notes
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Toshiba VP products require Release 7 software or above for Toshiba proprietary
integration.
Toshiba VP products require the SW-X0042 feature package (CO Centrex) for SMDI, but
not for Toshiba Proprietary RS-232 Interface.
Toshiba Stratagy products support SMDI only in the standard configuration, not Toshiba
proprietary RS-232 interface.
LEDs 13-10: SMDI Station Number Digit Length
Set LED 10-13 ON so that the hex values add up to the Voice Mail station digit length for
SMDI VM interface. (Example: For VP100 or Stratagy/Stratagy DK SMDI interface, set
LEDs 10, 11, and 12 on for 7 digits (1+2+4=7).
Do not set LED 10-13 OFF for Toshiba proprietary interface; it is no longer supported by DK
systems.
This refers to the station digit length that the SMDI voice mail system design requires. This
parameter is set for the Voice Mail system digit length; not the DK station digit length. If the
voice mail system SMDI is designed per the Bellcore Standard TR-TSY-000283, 1985
version, set this parameter to seven-digits (LEDs 10, 11, and 12 “On” which is equal to Hex 7).
Current VP and Stratagy voice mail SMDI systems are designed for this seven-digit operation.
If the voice mail system SMDI is designed per the Bellcore Standard TR-NWT-000283, 1991
version, set this parameter between 1-10 digits with LEDs 10, 11, 12, and 13. (See Program
10-3 record sheet for LED-HEX values.) Digit length setting is not necessary with Toshiba
Proprietary Interface (LED 10-13 OFF).
LED 08: Caller ID / Automatic Number ID
This option determines if Caller ID (CLID) and/or Automatic Number Identification (ANI)
telephone numbers will be sent out the system SMDI port (SMDI only not Toshiba
proprietary):
♦
Turn LED 08, 10, 11, 12, and 13 “ON” if received Caller ID and/or ANI numbers should
be sent out the system SMDI port.
♦
Turn LED 08 “OFF” (initialized default) if received Caller ID and/or ANI numbers should
not be sent out the system SMDI port.
LED 09: SMDI Bellcore Standard Version
Toshiba Proprietary and SMDI is available with RCTUB2 or RCTUC/RCTUD2 Release 2 and
above only and is only for use with Toshiba VP systems, not with Toshiba Stratagy systems.
Bellcore released two versions of the SMDI specification. Contact your voice mail machine
vendor to determine which specification to enable with this program – TR-TSY-000283, Issue
1, July 1985 version, or the TR-NWT-000283, Issue 2, May 1991 version. Toshiba VP and
Stratagy SMDI products currently use the 1985 version. In either case, the VM station digit
length must be set with LED 10~13 as shown above.
Also note that the 1985 and 1991 version Bellcore specifications use different space/character
parameters for some call types which means the DK will not operate properly if the correct
version is not selected. Select the 1985 version (LED 09 OFF) for Toshiba VP and Stratagy
products. This selection is not needed with Toshiba Proprietary Interface.
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LEDs 01~04: Amplified Conference Assignments
Light LEDs 01~04 to identify which PEKU ports should be connected to external amplifiers.
External Amplified Conference is provided by customer-supplied two-way amplifiers
connected to system PEKU ports to amplify “two-line” calls.
♦
DK424 and DK40: Up to four amplifiers can be connected, depending on the DK system
type (two PEKU ports per amplifier). The number of simultaneous Two-CO line
conferencing (three-party) calls varies according to the processor:
DK40: 4 calls (2 amplified)
RCTUA: 4 calls (3 amplified)
RCTUB, RCTUBA/BB and RCTUC/D: 10 calls (4 amplified)
RCTUE: 20 calls (4 amplified)
For DK424 and DK 40, amplifiers are switched into Two-CO line calls automatically, one
amplifier for each call, starting from the lowest PEKU ports enabled to the highest (see
Program 10-3 record sheet). Skipping ports is allowed. Two-CO line calls established after
all amplifiers are in use will not be amplified.
Example
The first amplifier can be connected to PEKU ports 017 and 018, skipping ports 009 and 010.
In this case, LED 02 should be ON and LED 01 should be OFF. (See Program 10-1, LEDs 19
and 20; Program 10-2, LEDs 18 and 19; and Program 15-5 for more information on Two-line
Conference.)
Important! The amplifiers used for supervised, Two-line Conference connections are
switched in automatically starting with the first connection. Calls made when
there are no amplifiers available will not be amplified. Unsupervised Two-line
tandem connections are not limited to the numbers listed above (by processor),
but are limited by the number of lines equipped in the system.
Note
Strata DK
External amplifiers also amplify two-line DISA, Call Forward External, DNIS
externally routed calls, DID, and tie line trunk to trunk calls.
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Program *10 Enhanced 911 Operation
System & Station
Program *10
Enhanced 911 Operation
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, all RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: See each program
Program *10 provides two QSTU2, RSTU, KSTU2, RDSU, PSTU, or PESU ports to be
assigned to interface with central office E911 trunks.
E911 enhanced operation provides locator information to the responding agency to provide
more complete name and address information, including building, floor, etc. This is done by
sending the station number of the 911 caller to the E911 emergency center. This locator
information is then cross referenced with name/number/address data in the E911 central
database, and the E911 operator receives the precise location along with the basic information.
The Strata DK14, DK40 and DK424 accomplishes this through a special interface between the
KSU and the CO. This special interface takes the station number information and sends it
through the public network in a format compatible with the central E911 database. This special
interface is required in addition to sending software within the Strata DK.
The required interface is an external device (Telident or Proctor) that interfaces to up to two
standard analog station ports.
Strata DK
Tip/Ring E911 CKT #1
KSTU2
QSTU2
RSTU
RDSU
PESU
Tip/Ring E911 CKT #2
CAMA Trunk #1
Proctor or
Telident
E911 Interface
Central
Office
CAMA Trunk #2
E911
Center
1687
E911 CKT 1 and 2 assigned in Program * 10
Figure 3-1
Physical Connection of E911 Interface
Programs *10-11 and *10-12
E911 Standard Telephone Ports Assignment
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
First E911 Port = 11
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
E911 RSTU/KSTU2 Port Number
Second E911 Port = 12
E911 RSTU/KSTU2/QSTU2 Port Number
First Standard Port
Second Standard Port
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Program *10 Enhanced 911 Operation
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Programs *10-11 and *10-12 Overview
Programs *10-11 and *10-12 assign which QSTU2, KSTU2, RSTU2, RSTU, RDSU, PSTU, or
PESU standard telephone ports are connected to the E911 interface unit.
Important! Program 04 Directory Number data must be blank for E911 QSTU2, KSTU2,
RSTU2, or RSTU ports.
Program *10-91
E911 Interdigital Time
Initialized Default: 15 seconds
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Interdigit Timer = 91
Interdigit Timer
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
01~15 seconds
seconds
Program *10-91 Overview
*10-91 assigns the time allowed to dial each digit after dialing 9 when using the E911 feature.
This time will affect the time that LCR or CO Line dial tone is returned when dialing 9.
However, a user can dial a 9+ (non-911) calls normally before receiving LCR or CO line dial
tone and the DK will route the call appropriately.
Program *10-92
E911 Pause Before Send Timer
Initialized Default: 0 - No pause
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Pause Timer = 92
Pause Timer
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
0 = No pause
1 = 1.5 second pause
2 = 3 second pause
seconds
Program *10-92 Overview
*10-92 assigns the time the DK will wait before sending the Station Primary Directory
Number to the E911 SLT port after the E911 SLT port answers.
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Program 12 System Assignments, Basic Timing
System & Station
Program 12
System Assignments, Basic Timing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default:
Program Timing
Code 1
15 secs.
Code 3
1
Code 4
2
Code 5
0
Code 8
1
Code 9
4
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = 1, 3~5, 8, 9
Enter program code from
the table below.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Enter ring down time (00~60)
SELECT CODE = Enter the 1 digit code which
corresponds to the time listed in the table below.
For Program Codes 8 and 9, the LCD responds with
LINE TIME =, instead of SELECT CODE =.
Program
Code
Function
1
Standard Telephone Ring Down Timer (Release 4.0)
3
Pause Timing
(Speed Dial)
4
Flash Timing
5
8
9
Pause After Flash
(Voice Path Delay)
DNIS Ext. Network, External Call Forward, and DISA
Disconnect Timer for Loop Start Lines
QRCU3/K4RCU3/RRCS DTMF Inter-digital Release Time
(Standard Phone)
Code
Time
XX
XX = 2 digits. 00~60 secs.
1
1.5 sec
2
3.0 sec.
1
0.5 sec.
2
2.0 sec. (Not used in U.S.)
4
0.2 sec.
0
no pause
1
1.5 sec.
2
3.0 sec.
0
no disconnect timer
1
4 min. disconnect
2
10 min. disconnect
3
20 min. disconnect
1~9
Required
Code
1~9 secs.
Program 12 Overview
This program assigns system times for ring down, disconnecting calls, pause times, flash
times, auto attendant, DISA, Call Forward External, and DNIS and DTMF receiving decoding.
Code 1: Standard Telephone Ring Down Timer
This feature is available for Release 4.0 and higher. Code 1 assigns the number of seconds that
a Hotline or Emergency standard telephone waits after going off-hook before automatically
ringing a preassigned directory number. If a valid feature access code or [DN] is dialed prior to
the ring down timer expiration, then ring down does not occur. Ring down applies only to
standard telephone ports, not electronic or digital telephone ports. Ring down destination
numbers are assigned in Program *38.
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Code 3: Pause Timing
Code 3 enables station users to program short and long pauses in Speed Dial numbers. Applies
to pauses inserted in Speed Dial numbers used for both telephone voice calls and data calls
from data interface units. The short pause length can be set system wide for either 1.5 or 3
seconds with this program. The long pause is always 10 seconds.
Code 4: Flashing Timing
When on a CO line, a station user can press the )ODVK button (or enter access code &QI7UQ
) and the line opens (flash) for 2 seconds, 0.2 seconds (not used in the USA), or 0.5
seconds depending on this assignment. This choice reflects whether to disconnect and regain
dial tone (2 seconds), or to use PBX or Centrex features which require a flash signal (0.5
seconds). It also applies to flashes inserted when dialing via Data Interface Units (DIUs).
Code 5: Pause After Flash
Some COs or Centrex facilities require a period of time after a flash signal before they can
accept dialing signals. A selection of pause timing is available to automatically delay any
dialing signals after flash. This timing applies to Speed Dial calls (with flash signals between
the telephone number digits) as well as to manual dialing.
Code 8: DNIS Ext. Network External, Call Forward, and DISA Disconnect Timer for Loop
Start LInes
Disconnects DISA, Call Forward External and/or DNIS Telephone Network routed calls when
made on loop start lines. Calls can lock-up (keep busy indefinitely) if the CO does not send a
disconnect signal (CPC or AR) when the caller hangs up. This timer prevents loop start lines
from locking up by disconnecting the call automatically when the timer expires, 4, 10, or 20
minutes from the start of the call. Callers will hear a warning tone and can reset the timer
repeatedly by dialing “0”. This disconnect feature is only needed for loop start lines.
Code 9: QRCU3/K4RCU3/K5RCU/RRCS DTMF Receiver Inter-digital Release Time
With Code 9, one channel of the QRCU3, K4RCU, K5RCU or RRCS Dual-tone Multifrequency (DTMF) receiver is seized when it is needed for the decoding process, such as for a
standard telephone with a DTMF dial pad. When placing outgoing calls with DTMF standard
telephones, the talk path to the outside party is not “cut-through” until the DTMF receiver
circuit is released. The DTMF receiver channel’s release time can be programmed for between
one and nine seconds (initialized timing is four seconds)—this is the time it takes to release the
DTMF receiver circuit after the last digit is dialed.
The choice of timing is a trade-off between CO line time to connect and user speed. If the time
is too long, the outside called party may answer before the voice path is “cut-through,” and the
caller is not heard. If the time is too short, a standard telephone user inputting DTMF tones
could be cut off prematurely from using other features, such as Speed Dial or Toll Restriction.
Standard telephones can also defeat Toll Restriction if the seize time is too short and they are
not required to dial outgoing calls via Least Cost Routing (LCR). Toshiba recommends that
standard telephones should always be required to dial outgoing calls via LCR to prevent them
from defeating Toll Restriction.
Note
Strata DK
If no digits are dialed after accessing an outgoing CO line, the DTMF receiver remains
seized for 15 seconds and then drops; however, the line remains connected.
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Program 13 Defining the Message Center
System & Station
Program 13
Defining the Message Center
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: No port assigned
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
PORT = Station Logical Port Number
Enter the station logical port number of the station
to be defined as the Message Center.
Port Number
For RS-232 SMDI and In Band (DTMF) voice mail
integration, enter the lowest QSTU2/KSTU2/
RSTU2 standard telephone port connected to the
VM device (see notes below.)
Program 13 Overview
This program assigns a station as the Message Center.
Each digital, electronic and standard telephone can receive a maximum of four message
waiting indications per [PDN] and each [PhDN] owned by the station. One of these four is
reserved for the designated Message Center. The Message Center should be the customer’s
main answering position.
Typically, the Message Center is a voice mail device, attendant console, a digital or electronic
telephone with a DSS console (DDSS or HDSS), or an add-on module. If incoming traffic to a
DDSS or HDSS console attendant is heavy, another station can be assigned as the Message
Center.
Notes
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The Message Center is allowed to perform “Message Waiting,” even if disallowed on all
other stations.
Assign the Message Center to the customer’s main answering position: a station or the
lowest port (in VM group) of the customer’s voice mail device (see Program 31 for voice
mail group port assignments), whichever the customer specifies.
When using RS-232 SMDI or DTMF voice mail interface, all stations must also be
assigned to the message center port in Program *32 and Program 13. This should be the
lowest standard telephone port (QSTU2/KSTU2/RSTU2) connected to the VM device.
This is also the same (lowest) port assigned in the Program 31 VM group and the lowest
standard telephone port assigned in the Program *40 VM Distributed Hunt Group. Do not
assign the VM DH Group port number (900~915) as the message center port.
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Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
System & Station
Program 15
Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Program Code
Press Scroll to advance or
3DJH
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO line
to go back.
Specify CO line by setting LEDs as defined by the
table below. When you are finished, all LEDs with
an “X” should be lit.
To advance the CO line range, press 6FUROO
located beneath the LCD. Press 3DJH for a
lower range.
Processor Type
CO Line Range
Processor Type
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
Program Code
Line
Program
LED ON
LED OFF
LED
01
0
CPC on AR VM
Calls and Voice
Calls
Detect
Ignore
1
CO/DID/Tie Line
Signal
DP
DTMF
2
CO/DID/Tie Dial
Pulse Rate
(Pulse per sec.)
20 PPS
10 PPS
3
AR Hold
Detect
Ignore
4
AR Timing
Crossbar
95 msec.
ESS
(electronic)
450 msec.
5
Tandem CO Line
Connection with
Station Dropout
Enabled
Not
Enabled
7
Forced Account
Code
Enabled
Not
Enabled
8
Operation After CO
Line Flash
No DTMF
receiver
After Flash
DTMF
receiver
After Flash
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02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
System & Station
Program 15 Overview
This program specifies operational options on a line by line basis.
Code 0: Automatic Release (AR) on Voice Mail or Voice Calls
On loop start CO lines, some COs send the AR (Automatic Release) or CPC (Calling party
Control) signal after an external party hangs up (typically 1~15 seconds) to disconnect a loop
start line. An AR/CPC signal is a 95 or 450-millisecond open of the CO line loop. If the CO
sends this signal after an external party hangs up and before the VM/auto attendant transfers a
call, D tone will be sent to the voice mail port (Program 30, LED 15), releasing and clearing
that port for another call. This feature is active on all voice calls.
When a station is disconnected from a CO line call by the AR/CPC signal, its LCD will
display “CO LINE HANG UP”. The line can be disconnected anytime by the AR/CPC signal
during the “talk state” of a call. CO line calls disconnected by the AR/CPC signal will be
represented on the SMDR report by a “ *” next to the CO line number. Code 0 does not apply to
ground start lines, which automatically disconnect when the external party hangs up. The
Voice Mail device must recognize the “D” tone as a disconnect signal.
Important! This option cannot always be used because some COs may send unreliable AR/
CPC signaling or no AR/CPC signaling for loop start lines.
Enable AR/CPC-Hold detect on loop start lines only after testing that the CO
sends the AR/CPC-Hold signal.
Code 1: CO Outgoing Signal
Each line can be independently assigned to have either Dial Pulse (DP) or Dual-tone Multifrequency (DTMF) signaling on outgoing calls toward the Central Office.
♦
If a line is set for DP operation, the 7RQH'LDO6HOHFWbutton must be programmed on
stations that must send DTMF tones over the lines.
♦
If tie or DID lines are programmed for dial pulse, turn LED 11 ON in Program 30 for each
station port assigned to the DID or tie line.
Code 2: Line Pulse (DP) Rate
If a line is assigned DP signaling, the rate can be either 20 or 10 pulses per second (PPS).
Some Central Offices do not reliably accept 20 PPS.
Code 3: Automatic Release (AR) From Hold/Transfer
The Automatic Release (AR) signal sometimes called Calling Party Control (CPC) or
Supervised Loop Control. This signal consists of a momentary open of the loop start CO line
provided by some COs—the duration of the open depends on the CO. If a CO line is
programmed (Programs 15-0 and 15-3) to detect the AR/CPC signal, the DK system drops the
line when the CO sends the signal (typically 1~15 seconds after the outside party hangs up).
The system sends D Tone to voice mail ports to drop the ports when AR/CPC is detected.
The Strata DK system disconnects a loop start CO line voice call and displays “CO LINE
HANG UP” on the station’s LCD anytime the AR/CPC signal is detected and the CO line has
Programs 15-0 and 15-3 enabled.
On loop start CO lines, some Central Offices send an AR/CPC signal. If the system CO line is
on hold (or being transferred to another station or Auto Attendant port) when the AR/CPC
signal is sent, it is automatically disconnected if this option is activated.
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Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
System & Station
Two-CO line DISA calls always release when AR/CPC is sent. DISA release via AR/CPC is
not related to this program. CO line calls disconnected by the AR/CPC signal will be
represented on the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) report by a “*” next to the CO
line number. Code 3 does not apply to ground start lines, which automatically disconnect when
the external party hangs up. See Important! note in earlier paragraph on Code 0.
DK424 only: If loop start lines are programmed to detect the AR/CPC-Hold signal, they do
not remain on the attendant console loop keys when the attendant console sets up trunk-totrunk connection. If programmed to ignore AR/CPC-Hold, they remain on the attendant
console Hold loop keys.
Important! Enable AR/CPC-Hold detect on loop start lines only after testing that the CO
sends the AR/CPC-Hold signal.
Code 4: Automatic Release (AR) Time
AR/CPC signaling timing is different depending on the Central Office equipment. An
assignment choice exists between Crossbar or ESS Central Offices.
For more information on AR/CPC, see the preceding Code 0 and Code 3 sections.
Code 5: Tandem Line Connection
Once a Two-line Conference call is made by an electronic, digital or (in R3.2) standard
telephone users or voice mail ports, the user or voice mail device may drop out of the
conference and leave the two lines connected. The choice exists for each line that may have
this capability. This option must be enabled to allow CO lines (ground/loop/tie/DID) to be
used for outgoing DISA, Call Forward External, and tie/DID/DNIS External Network routing
calls.
With Release 3.2, a station which set up a tandem call and then dropped out can dial the pickup
code () to retrieve the tandem call. If more than one tandem connection is set up by a
station, picks up the call with the lowest CO line as a priority.
Prior to Release 3.2, standard telephones could set up tandem calls, but they could not drop
out. If they tried to drop out, the call would ring back to the standard phone.
Code 7: Forced Account Code (Verified or Non-verified)
If the Forced Account Code feature is used, (see Program 30) a station user is required to enter
an Account Code before a CO line call can be completed. A choice exists for each line.
Code 8: Operation After CO Line Flash
If a standard telephone user is on an existing CO line call and flashes the hookswitch on their
telephone, a Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) receiver channel may or may not be
connected, depending on this assignment. If the CO line is a rotary dial only type, the QRCU2,
K4RCU3, K5RCU, or RRCS must be seized after flash when dialing from DTMF standard
telephones. The QRCU2, K5RCU, K4RCU3 or RRCS will decode the dialed tones and send
dial pulses to the line.
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Program *15 CO Line Tenant Assignments
System & Station
Program *15
CO Line Tenant Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All CO lines assigned to Tenant 1
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
*
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
TENANT = Assign the CO line to a tenant
(see legend below)
SELECT = CO Line Number
To add a line range, enter XXX XXX (low port
* high port).
Processor Type
CO Line Range
Tenants Supported
Processor Type
CO Line Range
Tenants Supported
DK14
001~004
2
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
4
DK40
001~012
2
RCTUC/D
001~144
4
RCTUA
001~016
2
RCTUE/F
001~200
4
CO
Line
Tenant Group
1
2
3
4
CO
Line
Tenant Group
1
2
3
4
CO
Line
Tenant Group
1
2
3
4
Program *15 Overview
A system CO line can be shared by more than one business tenant for the purpose of
separating CO line ringing pickup and Night Transfer. Program *15 assigns CO line business
tenants.
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Program 16 Assign CO Line Groups (or Dial 9)
System & Station
Program 16
Assign CO Line Groups (or Dial 9)
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All CO lines assigned to the Dial 9 group
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = CO Line Group (see legend)
Only enter the last two digits of the CO line
Group, or enter for Dial 9 group.
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO line
Specify CO line by setting LEDs as defined by the
table below. When you are finished, all LEDs with
an “X” should be lit.
To advance the CO line range, press 6FUROO
located beneath the LCD. Press 3DJH for a
lower range.
LED
Processor
Type
CO Line Range
CO Line Groups
Processor
Type
DK14
001~004
01~04
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
01~08
DK40
001~012
01~08
RCTUC/D
001~144
01~16
RCTUA
001~016
01~08
RCTUE/F
001~200
01~16
CO Line Range
CO Line Groups
CO Line Groups
Line
Number
Dial
9(00)
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
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Program 16 Assign CO Line Groups (or Dial 9)
System & Station
Program 16 Overview
Use Program 16 to assign each CO line to a CO line group or a general “dial 9” group. A
general group for outside calling is available with a “dial 9” access code as the initialized state
for all lines.
Lines can be accessed with a dialing code instead of with a CO /LQH button. This is useful for
WATS lines or other facilities, and is heavily used in Least Cost Routing and Pooled Line
Button assignments.
Do not attempt to assign a line to more than one group. A line need not be assigned to a group.
If lines are not used, they should be taken out of all groups, including the “dial 9” group.
Automatic Busy Redial (ABR) will not function if unconnected (unused) lines are assigned to
a line group.
After programming, press:
3-48
♦
9RO▲ to turn all LEDs ON
♦
9RO▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
♦
0RGH and CO line number, then to display and advance
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Program 17 DID/Tie Line Options
System & Station
Program 17
DID/Tie Line Options
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: LED 01/02 OFF, LED 03/04 ON
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
*
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light LED Buttons 01~08 as noted in table below
Enter Line No. that will be DID or tie line.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
* high
Line Numbers:
LED/Button
X
09, 10, and
14~20
LED ON
LED OFF
Not used at this time.
* tones
DID/tie line DTMF digits without
* tones
08
DID/tie line DTMF digits with
07
DID/tie line receives ANI and routes per Programs 71 and 72
DID/tie line does not receives ANI (DID Program *09 and
tie Program 04)
06
Telephone LCD priority is ANI
Telephone LCD priority is DNIS
05
DID/tie line routes per DNIS assignments:
(Programs 71 and 72)
DID/tie line routes per Non-DNIS assignments:
(DID Program *09 and tie Program 04)
04
DID/tie no second dial tone
DID/tie second dial tone
03
DID line Auto Camp-on busy
DID line no Camp-on busy
02
Wink Start for tie or DID
Immediate Start for tie or DID
01
Page and Voice Announce on incoming tie line Page access for
tie/DID DNIS lines
No Page and Voice Announce on incoming tie line No Page
access for tie/DID DNIS lines
Program 17 Overview
Program 17 assigns lines for tie and DID operation.
Important! When normal tie/DID lines are configured with Program 71 and 72 DNIS
assignments, turn LED 05 ON and LED 06, 07 and 08 OFF for those lines - then
program the lines as required in Programs 71 and 72.
Notes
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Each REMU, PEMU, RDDU or TDDU PCB reduces the station port capacity by four
station ports, each RDTU tie/DID line channel reduces the system’s station port capacity
by one port.
Always install tie or DID line PCBs in slot numbers that are higher than station PCB slot
numbers (see Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration in the Strata DK Installation and
Maintenance Manual).
Incoming tie line calls camp-on only if Program 71 assignments are used.
Copy one record sheet for each group of tie/DID lines that have different Program 17
parameters.
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Program 17 DID/Tie Line Options
System & Station
LEDs 09, 10 and 14~20
Not used at this time.
LED 08: ANI/DNIS Digit Format
Most DID/tie lines with ANI/DNIS digit format include * tone with digits (LED 08 ON). One
exception, as of this writing, Sprint provides DNIS without ANI and does not include * tone
with digits - in this case LED 08 should be turned OFF.
Examples of this signal format are: *ANI digits*DNIS digits* and *DNIS digits*.
DID/tie lines with normal digit format does not include
* tone with digits (LED 08 OFF).
LED 07: ANI Receive Line Option
If a tie or DID line should receive ANI information, LED 07 should be turned ON for that line.
If the tie/DID line receives ANI digits only (no DNIS digits) LED 06, 07, and 08 should be
ON and LED 05 should be OFF. See Program 71-1, address 199, 299, and 499 for tie/DID
ANI only call routing assignments. If a line receives ANI and DNIS, LEDs 05, 07 and 08 must
be ON; LED 06 can be ON or OFF.
LED 06: Telephone LCD Display Option ANI or DNIS
Telephone LCDs can display ANI or DNIS information as a priority when tie/DID lines or
ISDN channels receive both ANI and DNIS digits. This system-wide option determines if ANI
or DNIS information should display on telephone LCDs when tie/DID lines provide both ANI
and DNIS information together on incoming calls.
It is not possible to display both ANI and DNIS information simultaneously on the same call
but the 3DJH button on the LCD telephone can be used to toggle between the ANI and DNIS
information when an ANI/DNIS line is ringing the telephone. After answering the call, it is not
possible to toggle the LCD display between ANI and DNIS
LED 05: DNIS Line/Non-DNIS Line
This option assigns tie and/or DID lines to follow Dialed Number Identification Service
(DNIS) Program assignments.
Turn LED 05 ON for DNIS only or ANI with DNIS lines.
Turn LED 05 OFF and LED 07 and 08 ON for ANI only lines which should route per the last
address assignment in Program 71.
Important! Any tie or DID line can be assigned to use the features of Program 71 and 72. If
normal tie/DID lines are assigned Name Tags, External Routing, selective Day/
Day2/Night Routing: In Program 17, Turn LED 05 ON and turn LED 06, 07 and
08 OFF for those lines - then program the lines as required in Program 71 and
72. In this case, Program *09 (DID) and Program 04 (tie) do not apply to these
lines.
LED 04: DID/Tie Second Dial Tone Option
If the second dial tone option is selected (LED 04 OFF), callers calling in on the DK DID or
tie lines will hear dial tone after accessing the DK tie/DID lines. Second Dial tone will not be
sent to callers if this option is not selected (LED 04 ON).
Important! Normally, tie lines require a second dial tone (LED 04 OFF) and DID lines
should not return a second dial tone (LED 04 ON). The initialized data is set for
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Program 17 DID/Tie Line Options
System & Station
DID lines so this data must be changed when installing tie lines if second dial
tone is required.
LED 03/04 applies to REMU, PEMU, TDDU, RDDU and RDTU DIDs and tie lines.
LED 03: DID Camp-on/Busy
Turn LED 03 ON if DID line callers should hear ringback tone and camp on to busy stations
when calling busy stations. Turn LED 03 OFF if the DID callers should hear busy tone when
calling busy stations. Analog tie lines will not camp-on to busy stations.
It is recommended to turn LED 03 ON for all DID lines. To provide Camp-on-busy over
RDTU tie line calls, configure tie lines as DID lines in Program *41-2; LED 03 must be on for
the lines in Program 17. This is allowed because tie and DID signalling is the same for tie and
DID T1 lines.
Also, both tie and DID lines that route per Program 71 DNIS assignments will camp on busy if
LED 03 is turned ON. Tie lines that route per Program 04 will not camp on busy.
LED 03/04 applies to REMU, PEMU, TDDU, RDDU and RDTU DIDs and tie lines.
LED 02: Wink/Immediate
Applies to REMU, TDDU, PEMU, and RDDU tie/DID lines only. Select Wink Start or
Immediate Start for the entered tie or DID line. See Program *41-2 for RDTU tie/DID Wink/
Immediate Start assignments or RDTU T1 tie lines configured as DID lines in Program *42-1.
LED 01: Page/Handsfree Answerback
Allows (LED 01 ON) or denies (LED 01 OFF) the following features when connecting the
Strata DK to another Key/PBX. LED 01 applies to both tie and DID lines when programmed
with Program 71 assignments.
If using a private network, then turn LED 01 ON to allow Page access on tie and DID lines
programmed with DNIS assignments in Program 71 (Code #039).
Per FCC regulations, public telephone network, tie, DID, or DNIS lines must always be
restricted (LED 01 OFF) from Page and Handsfree Answerback.
Strata DK
♦
Callers on the far-end Key/PBX system can access the Strata DK system external and/or
Station All Call Page over DID and/or tie lines programmed with DNIS assignment
(Program 10-2, LED 15 and Program 71-1, Code #039) for DID/tie DNIS assignments.
Tie lines only that route per Program 04 can dial any Page Zone or Page Group access
code.
♦
Callers on the far-end Key/PBX system can make voice announce calls to stations on the
near-end Strata DK. This option applies only tie lines (not DID lines) that route per
Program 04 or Program 71. You must program the Strata DK as “Voice First” in Program
10-1, LED 01; or, the far end can dial “1” after dialing the [DN] on tone first systems.
♦
Callers on the far-end Strata DK can answer tie lines calls (not DID lines) from the Far
End Key/PBX in the hands free mode. You must program the near-end Strata DK as
“Voice First” in Program 10-1, LED 01, or the far-end caller must dial “1” to switch from
ring to voice signaling.
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Program *17 DID Intercept Port Number (Vacant or Wrong Number)
System & Station
Program *17
DID Intercept Port Number (Vacant or Wrong Number)
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: No data
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
HUNT TO = Enter Intercept Station
Logical Port No.
SELECT = DID Line Number
Intercept does not apply to tie line calls.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
*
* high port).
LED Button 01 enters blanks.
Processor Type
DID Line Range
Intercept Port Range
Processor Type
DID Line Range
Intercept Port Range
DK14
N/A
N/A
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
DK40
001~012
000~027
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
RCTUA, RCTUB
001~016
000~031
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
3
DID LIne Number
Intercept Port
Number
DID LIne Number
Intercept Port
Number
DID LIne Number
Intercept Port
Number
Program *17 Overview
DID and/or DNIS calls in which callers have dialed a vacant or invalid port can be routed to
intercept ports assigned with this program. Each DID and/or DNIS line can have its own
intercept port. In all cases, Intercept does not apply to tie lines.
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Program 19 Alternate Background Music Source Slot Assignment
System & Station
Program 19
Alternate Background Music Source Slot Assignment
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs (not used for DK14. See Program 10-2, LED 10)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Slot 11
more codes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Turn System Power OFF (5 sec) then ON
...or
SELECT = 1
Run Program 91-2
Enter the Slot Number (11~78)
Program 19 Overview
The PCB connected to the alternate BGM source can be in any slot. Use this program to
designate that slot. LEDs 09 and 10 in Program 10-2 should be OFF if the source is connected
to a QSTU2, KSTU2, PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, or RDSU. (Only circuit 2 of these PCBs can
support the BGM source.)
The alternate BGM source sends BGM to the external speakers and telephone (digital and
electronic) speakers. If an alternate BGM source is used, the Music-on-Hold (MOH) source
connected to an RCTU will continue to play for lines and stations that are on hold.
Important! If the alternate BGM source is not connected to a PEKU, PESU or PSTU, RSTU,
RSTU2, or RDSU, assign Slot 11 as data in Program 19. If BGM is connected to
circuit 2 of QSTU2 or KSTU2, assign slot 13 as data in Program 19. This ensures
that all PSTU or RSTU ports function normally. Digital / electronic telephones or
RSIU PCBs installed in Slot 11 are not affected by this assignment.
PEKU/PESU
If using a PEKU, wire the BGM source to circuit 3 and turn LED 09 ON (Program 10-2) to
enable the BGM connection.
If using a PESU, wire the BGM source to circuit 8 and turn LED 10 ON (Program 10-2) to
enable the BGM connection.
QSTU2, KSTU2, RSTU, RSTU2, RDSU, or PSTU
If using a QSTU2, KSTU2, RSTU, RSTU2, RDSU, or PSTU, wire the BGM source to circuit
2 and turn LED 09 and 10 OFF (Program 10-2). Also, an isolation transformer may be
required if connecting the source these PCBs. See Chapter 10 – Peripheral Installation in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual for isolation transformer installation instructions.
PDKU
BGM cannot be connected to the PDKU.
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Program 20 Computer and Data Interface Unit Configuration
System & Station
Program 20
Computer and Data Interface Unit Configuration
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LED 17 ON, all others OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = PDKU/PDSU Station Logical Port
Number that is connected to PDIIU-DS or to
DKT with PDIU-DI or RPCI-DI
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons 01~06 define data port type;
LED Buttons 17~20 assign data port to
security group.
Processor Type
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
DK40 Base, PDKU, RDSU, KCDU Digital Port Number
LED
X
LED ON
LED OFF
20
Data Security Group 4
Not Included
19
Data Security Group 2
Not Included
18
Data Security Group 3
Not Included
17
Data Security Group 1
Not Included
RPCI-DI DNIS Sent
RPCI-DI DNIS Not Sent
RPCI-DI Caller ID/ANI Sent
RPCI-DI Caller ID/ANI Not Sent
06
DTR Pulse with Data Release
No DTR Pulse
05
Auto Pause Behind PBX
No Auto Pause
04
PDIU-DS Connected
PDIU-DI/RPCI-DI Connected
03
PDIU-DS to Modem Connection
PDIU-DS to other type DCE or DTE
02
AT Commands and Result Codes
AT Commands Only
01
PDIU-DS or RPCI Connected
No PDIU-DS or RPCI Connected
12~16
Not Used
11
10
07~09
Not Used
Program 20 Overview
Program 20 identifies the digital station ports connected to RPCI/PDIU and the type of PDIU
connected.
RPCIs have two modes: the Data Switching (DIU mode) and the Application Program
Interface (or TAPI) mode. In the DIU mode, the RPCI operates as a PDIU-DI (Integrated Data
Interface Unit); all Program 20 options apply except LED 10 and LED 11 - which only apply
to the RPCI in TAPI mode. In TAPI mode the RPCI does not require Program 20 assignments,
except for LED 10 and/or LED 11 if ANI, DNIS, and/or Caller ID must be sent from the
RPCI-DI to the PC to which it is connected.
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Program 20 Computer and Data Interface Unit Configuration
System & Station
Notes
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RPCIs and PDIUs cannot be connected to PDKU1 circuit 8, but can be connected to all
eight PDKU2 circuits. RPCIs and PDIUs that support data switching cannot be connected
to PDKU in all slots. See DK424 Chapter 4 – DK424 Configuration, Tables 4-4 and 4-5.
DK40 slots 17 and 18 do not support data switching.
If a PC is connected to the RPCI or PDIU, set the communication mode escape sequences
in the PC communication software “Modem Initialization” character sequence. This
ensures the escape sequence is restored in case the RPCI Telephone or PDIU is unplugged
temporarily.
RPCI and PDIU-DS units that mostly do data switching, can be connected to ports
associated with PDKU1 circuits 1~7 only. All PDKU2 circuits, 1~8, support RPCIs and
PDIUs. RDSU digital circuits 5~8 support RPCI and PDIUs.
Each PDIU-DS requires a separate digital port.
If a PDIU-DS (Stand-alone Data Interface Unit) is connected to a modem, refer to Modem
Setup Recommendations in the PC/Data Communication section of Chapter 10 –
Peripheral Installation of the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
See Chapter 10 – Peripheral Installation for additional hardware information and
Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration and Chapter 4 – DK424 Configuration to identify which
slots can support RPCIs and DIUs.
Typical LED Settings for Program 20
RCPI-DI/PDIU-DI Connected to a terminal or personal computer—LEDs 01, 02, 05, and 17
ON; all other LEDs OFF.
PDIU-DS Connected to a Printer: LEDs 01, 04, and 17 ON; all other LEDs OFF.
PDIU-DS Connected to a Modem: LEDs 01, 02, 03, 04, and 17 ON; all other LEDs OFF.
LEDs 17~20: Data Security Groups
Data security groups can be set to block data calls between RPCI/DIUs. RPCI/DIUs can only
make data calls to RPCI/DIUs in the same security group. LEDs 17~20 assign the RPCI/DIU
to the appropriate security group: light LED 17 for Group 1; LED 18, for Group 3; LED 19,
for Group 2; and LED 20, for Group 4. If an RPCI-DI is used in the Application Program
Interface (TAPI) mode only, and not the Data Switching mode, this option is not applicable.
LEDs 12~16
Not used at this time.
LED 11: RPCI-DI DNIS to PC Option
DNIS Number or NAME tag information that is sent to a telephone can be sent, or blocked,
from the telephone’s RPCI-DI, RS-232 output. If DNIS information should be sent from the
Telephone’s RPCI-DI to the Personal Computer to which it is connected, turn LED 11 ON; if
this information should not be sent to the PC, turn LED 11 OFF.
LED 10: RPCI-DI Caller ID and ANI to PC Option
Caller ID and ANI information that is sent to a telephone can be sent, or blocked, from the
telephone’s RPCI-DI, RS-232 output. If Caller ID and ANI information should be sent from
the RPCI-DI to the Personal Computer to which it is connected, turn LED 10 ON; if this
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Program 20 Computer and Data Interface Unit Configuration
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information should not be sent to the PC, turn LED 10 OFF. This option does not apply to
PDIUs because they can not send ANI, Caller ID, or DNIS numbers.
LEDs 07~09
Not used at this time.
LED 06: DTR Pulse
LED 06 should always be OFF.
LED 06 should be off for all PDIU-DS, RPCI-DIs, or PDIU-DIs. (Refer to Chapter 10 –
Peripheral Installation for more PDIU-DS/modem pool information).
LED 05: Auto Pause Behind PBX
Turn LED 05 ON to enable Auto Pause Behind PBX. This inserts the Auto Pause after a
Centrex or PBX access code is dialed by a DIU or RPCI. A CO line must be assigned in
Program 42-0, and must have an access code assigned in Program 42 (1~8). Pause time is
determined by Program 12-3. Also, when Auto Pause Behind PBX is enabled, the Auto Pause
is inserted after the CO line access code is dialed (by the DIU).
If the system CO lines are connected to a PBX, Centrex, or a Central Office that is slow to
return dial tone after seizure, enable Auto Pause Behind PBX to insert a pause before and after
the PBX or Centrex access code is dialed by the DIU or RPCI. Also, light LED 05 to
automatically insert a pause before network telephone numbers are autodialed by DIUs or
RPCIs.
LED 04: PDIU-DS or PDIU-DI/RPCI-DI Connection
Set LED 04 ON if a PDIU-DS is connected to the digital port.
Important! If LED 04 is turned on for a telephone port, that telephone cannot be called.
Set LED 04 OFF if a PDIU-DI or RPCI-DI or any type of telephone is connected. In this case,
the digital telephone supporting this PCB may require the Data Call (DATA), Data Release
(DRLS), and/or Modem buttons assigned in Program 39. Also, if an RPCI-DI is used in the
Application Program Interface (TAPI) mode only, and not the Data Switching mode, set LED
04 OFF.
Note
The pause length is set in Program 12-3, and lines behind PBX/Centrex are assigned
in Programs 42-0 and 42-1~8.
LED 03: RPCI/PDIU-DS to Modem Connection
If a PDIU-DS is connected to the digital port, identify whether the RPCI/PDIU-DS is
connected to a modem (LED 03 ON) or not connected to a modem (LED 03 OFF). If not
connected to a modem, the connected device can be a DCE or DTE. This feature is not
necessary for RPCI/PDIU-DIs, because they are not normally connected to modems.
LED 02: AT Commands and Result Codes
Enable this feature (LED 02 ON) if the RPCI or DIU must respond to AT commands and
return result codes in the Data Switching command mode. RPCI/DIU “AT” dialing commands
and “result” codes are listed in the RPCI-DI and the Data Interface User Guide.
If the DIU is connected to a modem, LED 02 should be ON. If the RPCI/DIU is connected to a
printer, LED 02 should be OFF. If an RPCI-DI is used in the Application Program Interface
(TAPI) mode only, and not the Data Switching mode, this option is not applicable.
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If the feature is not enabled (LED 02 OFF), the RPCI/DIU only responds to AT dialing
commands (ATDT, ATD, and ATDD) and does not return result codes. If the DIU is connected
to a terminal or a personal computer with communication software, LED 02 should be ON
LED 01: RPCI and PDIU Connection
Enable this feature (LED 01 ON) if there is a PDIU-DI, RPCI-DI or PDIU-DS connected to
the digital port. Each RPCI-DI or PDIU-DI uses the same digital port as the telephone it is
attached to. This feature is not applicable if an RPCI-DI is used only in TAPI, and not DIU
mode.
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Program 21 Modem Pool Port Assignments
System & Station
Program 21
Modem Pool Port Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
Digital Station Logical Port
Number (see notes below)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Standard Telephone Modem Port
Number (see notes below)
Processor Type
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
008~009
RCTUBA/BB
008~079
DK40
008~027
RCTUC/D
008~239
RCTUA
008~031
RCTUE/F
008~335
Logical Port No.
Modem Port No.
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Assignment 4
Assignment 5
Assignment 6
Assignment 7
Assignment 8
Assignment 9
Assignment 10
Notes
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Digital Ports include: DK14 KSU, DK40 Base KSU, QCDU2, KCDU, PDKU2, and
RDSU digital ports.
Standard telephone ports include: QSTU2, KSTU2, RSTU2, RDSU, PSTU, and PESU
standard telephone ports.
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Program 21 Modem Pool Port Assignments
System & Station
Program 21 Overview
This program assigns modems to the system modem pool. Program 21 identifies modems
connected to standard telephone ports (line side of modem) and digital/PDIU-DS ports
(RS-232 side of modem). With data security groups (Program 20, LEDs 17~20) and the call
the blocking feature (Program 31, LED 04), modem access can be denied or allowed to data
users.
Notes
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PDIU-DS must be installed on PDKUs in slots designated for DIU operation. (See
Chapter 2 – DK40 Configuration and Chapter 4 – DK424 Configuration.)
When modems are connected to standard telephone ports (PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, PESU,
RDSU/RSTS, KSTU2, QSTU2) the Executive/ Privacy Override blocking feature
(Program 31, LED 18) should be enabled for the modem RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, PESU,
RDSU, KSTU2 and QSTU2 ports for data security. The LED 18 feature should be
disabled to enable callers to switch from voice to data, or vice versa.
Digital telephones with RCPI-DIs or PDIU-DIs that must access modems from a pool
require a 0RGHP button assigned in Program 39.
PDIU-DS ports that are connected to modems in the modem pool should be set with LEDs
01, 02, 03, and 04 in Program 20.
If a modem connected to PDIU-DS is connected to a telephone network line instead of a
standard telephone station port, Program 21 should not be used.
Use Program 22 to assign modem/PDIU-DS stations to hunt sequences.
DIUs can be connected to any ports associated with PDKU circuits, except for ports
associated with circuit 8 on a PDKU1. All PDKU2, KCDU, and QCDU circuits can
support DIUs. DIUs can also be connected to any digital circuit in the DK14 or DK40
KSU.
DIUs can be connected to ports associated with PDKU1 circuits 1~7 only. All PDKU2
circuits, 1~8, can support RPCI/DIUs. RDSU circuits 5~8 can support RPCI/DIUs.
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Program 22 RPCI and DIU Station Hunting for Data Calls
System & Station
Program 22
RPCI and DIU Station Hunting for Data Calls
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTU’s
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Does not assign “hunt-to” ports to any port
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Port Number (see legend below)
HUNT TO = (see legend below)
Enter the RPCI/DIU digital port number of the “hunt-from” station.
Enter the “hunt-to” RPCI/DIU digital port number.
Enter the port number(s) to which class of service must be assigned.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
LED Button 01 deletes a digit from the “hunt-to”
port.
*
Hunt From
Port
*
Processor Type
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~007
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Hunt To
Port
Hunt From
Port
Hunt To
Port
Hunt From
Port
Hunt To
Port
Hunt From
Port
Hunt To
Port
Program 22 Overview
This program assigns computer and Data Interface Unit (DIU) station hunt ports for data calls.
If a RPCI/PDIU station (printer, modem, etc.) is busy, data station hunting allows the data call
to hunt to an alternate RPCI/PDIU station assigned in this program. If the hunted RPCI/PDIU
station is busy, the system will ring the next “hunt-to” station, and so on. If all RPCI/PDIU
stations in the “hunt-to” sequence are busy, then the data caller will receive a busy tone.
Toshiba recommends that all PDIU-DS station ports grouped in a modem pooling or printer
pooling/server configuration be placed into a hunt-sequence arrangement with Program 22.
Notes
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Program 22 applies to RCPI-DI, PDIU-DI and PDIU-DS data calls, not telephone station
voice calls. If programming an RCPI-DI or PDIU-DI station, use the associated DKT
logical port number; the PDIU-DS is programmed using its own unique port number.
When a PDIU-DS is connected to a modem(s) assigned to the system modem pool in
Program 21, modem hunting is automatic when the user presses the 'DWD&DOO button to
transfer a line call to a modem. However, if the user dials the modem's PDIU-DS's station
number, modem hunting follows the hunt sequence specified in Program 22.
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Program 23 Built-in Auto Attendant (AA) Primary Announcement Assignments
System & Station
Program 23
Built-in Auto Attendant (AA) Primary Announcement
Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: No ports assigned
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1~4
AUTO ATT 1 NO. = Port
Select the Auto Attendant
device (digital announcer).
Enter the standard station logical port
number to which the device will be assigned.
Processor Type
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
008~009
RCTUBA/BB
008~079
DK40
008~027
RCTUC/D
008~239
RCTUA
008~031
RCTUE/F
008~335
Announcement Device
Port Number
1
2
3
4
Program 24
Built-in AA Secondary Announcement Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: No ports assigned
Note
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1~4
AUTO ATT 2 NO. = Port
Select the Auto Attendant
device (digital announcer).
Enter the standard station logical port
number to which the device will be assigned.
See Program 23 legend for port ranges.
Announcement Device
Port Number
1
2
3
4
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Program 25-1 Built-in AA Incoming Call Overflow Time
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Programs 23 and 24 Overview
Programs 23 and 24 assign customer-supplied Auto Attendant announcement devices (digital
announcers) to standard telephone ports (QSTU2, KSTU2, RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, PESU,
RDSU/RSTS). Use Program 23 to assign devices that deliver primary announcements, dialing
options and greetings heard when callers first call in; also, devices that deliver secondary
announcements.
Use Program 24 to offer options to unanswered calls routed back to the Auto Attendant. Up to
eight devices can be connected to a system. See Primary and secondary announcements below:
Processor Type
Primary
Announcements
Secondary
Announcements
Processor Type
Primary
Announcements
Secondary
Announcements
DK14
1
1
RCTUBA/BB
4
4
DK40
4
4
RCTUC/D
4
4
RCTUA, RCTUB
4
4
RCTUE/F
4
4
Any combination is allowed within the maximum limitations. For example, three primary
announcements and one secondary announcement are allowed.
Ports assigned in Programs 23 and 24 should never be assigned with External Auto Attendant
voice mail options in other programs (30, 31, 81~89, etc.)
To allow the built-in Auto Attendant programs to function:
DK424: the RKYS (1, 2, 3, or 4) and RRCS must be installed on the RCTU PCB;
DK40: the KKYS must be installed on the K5RCU;
DK14: the QKYS, and QRCU3 must be installed in the DK14 KSU.
Overflow stations and delay ring operation is assigned in Programs 81~89.
Program 25-1
Built-in AA Incoming Call Overflow Time
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: 20 seconds before overflow
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
AATT TIME = Seconds before overflowing
Enter the number of seconds, 12~24.
Program 25-1 Overview
This program sets the time it takes an unanswered incoming Auto Attendant call to overflow
to a preassigned station(s). The time can be anywhere from 12 to 24 seconds—the default is 20
seconds. The overflow station or group of stations is assigned in Programs 81~89.
This overflow time applies to the overflow of incoming Auto Attendant calls to normal CO
line ringing if either a primary announcement device or K4RCU3/RRCS (DTMF) circuit is not
available.
Note
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Auto Attendant will not answer when all of the RRCS, K5RCU, K4RCU3 or QRCU2
circuits or primary announcements are busy.
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Program 26 Built-in AA Camp-on Busy Time
System & Station
Program 26
Built-in AA Camp-on Busy Time
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns an AA Camp-on-Busy Time of 016 seconds to all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Port
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6SNU +ROG
Enter the time in seconds (1~3 digits). The range is
011~999 seconds (16.65 minutes).
Enter the number of the called Station Logical
port that needs a Camp-on Busy time assigned.
*
6SNU +ROG
CAMP-ON TIME = AA Camp-on-Busy Time
SELECT = Port Number
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
*
Processor Type
[PDN] Port Range
Processor Type
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Camp-on
Time
Programming
Port
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Camp-on
Time
Port
Camp-on
Time
[PDN] Port Range
Port
Camp-on
Time
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Program 26 Built-in AA Camp-on Busy Time
System & Station
Program 26 Overview
Note
This program only applies to Auto Attendant (built-in) calls to busy or ringing
stations; it does not apply to ring transfer camp-on time from stations or customersupplied Auto Attendant devices; see Program 37 Ring Transfer (Camp-on) recall
time.
This program establishes the time it takes for unanswered Auto Attendant calls camped-on to
busy or ringing [DNs] to be routed to other destinations. The time, which is set for the
“camped-on to station”, can be set from 011 seconds to 999 seconds. Ring/No Answer call
time to idle stations is fixed at 16 seconds unless Call Forward/No Answer is set at the called
station.
The destination that the call can be rerouted to depends on the Auto Attendant application. In
Auto Attendant applications that use just primary announcement devices, the destination is set
in Program 10-3, and can be either back to the primary announcement or the normal ringing
pattern of the line that the call came in on (Programs 81, 84, or 87 for telephone ringing and
*81, *82, *83 for [DN] flash. Also see Program 10-3, LEDs 15 and 16 for disconnect time
options. In applications that use secondary announcement devices in addition to primary ones,
the rerouted calls are automatically sent to secondary announcement devices.
This program timer sets the time that Auto Attendant calls to a busy or ringing station will
camp-on before routing back to a primary announcement or to the calling CO line’s normal
ring pattern. (See Program 10-3, LED 3 for routing option after Camp-on-Busy). The time set
in this program applies to the called station.
If CF-NA or CF-B/NA is set on a Telephone, the CF-N/A ring timer will have priority over
this 16-sec. camp-on-busy timer so the telephone will ring for the duration of the CF-NA
timer. Auto Attendant calls to a ring-no-answer or busy station will only forward to one
destination, if the CF destination station has call forward set, the call will camp-on for 16seconds and then route per the Auto Attendant flow diagram—the call will not forward a
second time to another destination.
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Program 27 DKT Handset/Headset Receiver Volume Level
System & Station
Program 27
DKT Handset/Headset Receiver Volume Level
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: VR=2
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Digital Telephone Logical Port Number
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
VR = Enter volume level 1~4
Default volume level is 2.
Total DKT Volume Range (VR)
Lowest
Volume
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Highest
Volume
Set VR 1~4 for initial off-hook handset receiver volume level;
VR resets to programmed level (1~4) after each call (onhook/off-hook). Each level is equivalent to a 2dB change.
Port
Processor Type
Port Range
Processor Type
DK14
000~007
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
VR Level
Port
VR Level
Port
VR Level
Port Range
Port
VR Level
Program 27 Overview
This program sets the initial off-hook volume level for each digital telephone handset and/or
headset. This level can be changed with the digital telephone’s volume control button while the
handset or headset is off-hook, but it will return to the default level set in this program after the
handset is placed on-hook. The volume level range for digital telephone handsets is 0~8, with
0 as the lowest volume. Anytime a handset is off-hook, the station user can adjust the volume
level anywhere between 0~8. The level setting established in this program, however, can only
be from 1~4.
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Program 28 DSS Console/Attendant Telephone Assignments
System & Station
Program 28
DSS Console/Attendant Telephone Assignments
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns Console #1 to Attendant Telephone #1;
Console #2 to Attendant Telephone #2; etc.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 1~8
Enter the DSS console number.
Digital DSS consoles (DDSS) should
be assigned to digital telephones, and
electronic consoles (HDSS) should be
assigned to electronic telephones.
Processor
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DSS ATT = 1~8
Enter the attendant digital or electronic telephone
number.
DSS Consoles
HDSS Consoles
DK14
0
0
DK40
1~3
1~3
RCTUA
1~3
1~3
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
1~8
RCTUE/F
1~8
1~8
DDSS/HDSS
Console Number
Attendant DKT/EKT Number (1~8)
DDSS PDKU/HDSS PEKU PCBs
(Lowest to Highest)
Low Slot Number:
1
Slot Number:
2
Slot Number:
3
Slot Number:
4
Slot Number:
5
Slot Number:
6
Slot Number:
7
High Slot Number:
8
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Program 28 DSS Console/Attendant Telephone Assignments
System & Station
Program 28 Overview
DK40: allows up to three DSS consoles (DK40 KSU supports one DSS, Expansion Unit
supports two more). A DDSS console can only be connected to circuit 8 of the DK40 base
digital ports or a PDKU, and an HDSS console can only be connected to circuits 7 and 8 of
a PEKU.
♦
DK424: supports up to eight DDSS consoles, or eight HDSS consoles, or any combination
of the two types of consoles up to eight may be installed with an RCTUC/D or RCTUE/F
common control unit. The RCTUA and DK40 can support three DSS consoles, the
RCTUB, RCTUBA/BB can support four, and the RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F support eight.
The telephone connected to circuit 1 of the PCB or the DK40 Base KSU supporting a
console is designated as an attendant telephone. Consoles and telephones are numbered
1~8 as they are installed from the lowest to highest slot number. For example, in DK424,
if a PDKU in Slot 11 had a DDSS console connected to it, the DDSS console would be
Console #1 and the digital telephone connected to circuit 1 would be Attendant Telephone
#1.
As many as four DSS consoles can be assigned to one attendant telephone. Because more
than one DSS console can be assigned to an attendant telephone, the detailed arrangement
must be programmed. Initialized data assigns one DSS console to one attendant telephone,
both connected to the same PDKU or PEKU PCB.
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Refer to Program 03—Flexible PCB Slot Assignments, for the PCB slots of PEKUs and
PDKUs configured to support consoles.
The system automatically assigns the console supported by the PEKU or PDKU in the
lowest-number PCB slot to be console number 1.
The system automatically assigns the telephone connected to the first station port on a
console PDKU or PEKU to be attendant number 1.
If more than one console is associated with one attendant telephone, then specify the same
number attendant telephone for all consoles associated with it.
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Program 29-1~8 DSS Console and Number Button Assignments
System & Station
Program 29-1~8
DSS Console and Number Button Assignments
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See “Program 29 - Initialized Default DSS Console Button Assignments” on Page 3-72
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = DDSS/HDSS console number 1~8
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CODE =
Assign Speed Dial, trunk access, or DSS access to
this button chosen. See code table below.
DDSS/HDSS LED Button Group 1~3
Each console has three groups of 20 LED buttons.
The 1LJKW7UDQVIHU and $OO&DOO3DJH buttons may
be changed to'66, /LQH (CO) or 6' buttons, but
they may not be reassigned to other button
locations.
DKT LEDs 01~20
Press the DKT LED that is in the same position as
the console button being assigned. The LED lights
and the LCD displays the console button’s number.
Initialized key assignments are shown following the
Program 29 System Record Sheets.
Code Table & Legend
Button Type
Code
Processor
All Call
489
DK40
Night Transfer 1
439
RCTUA
Night Transfer 2
440
RCTUBA/BB
Night Transfer 3
441
RCTUC/D
Night Transfer 4
442
RCTUE/F
Personal
Speed Dial Bin
Numbers
System Speed
Dial Bin
Numbers
*10~*49
*10~*49
*10~*49
*10~*49
*100~*139
*60~*99
*60~*99
*600~*699
*600~*699
*200~*999
CO Line Range
DSS Button
Range
001~012
#000~#027
001~016
#000~#031
001~048
#000~#079
001~144
#000~#239
001~200
#000~#335
Console Number _______
Group Number 1
Button/Code
Group Number 2
Button/Code
Button/Code
Group Number 3
Button/Code
Button/Code
Button/Code
10
20
10
20
10
20
09
19
09
19
09
19
08
18
08
18
08
18
07
17
07
17
07
17
06
16
06
16
06
16
05
15
05
15
05
15
04
14
04
14
04
14
03
13
03
13
03
13
02
12
02
12
02
12
01
11
01
11
01
11
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Program 29-1~8 DSS Console and Number Button Assignments
System & Station
Program 29-1~8 Overview
Each button on the DSS consoles can be flexibly assigned as either a Direct Station Selection
('66), Line (&2), or 6' button. The standard equipped 1LJKW7UDQVIHU (17), and $OO
&DOO3DJH ($&) buttons may be changed to one of these three types, but not vice versa.
Station Speed Dial buttons assigned to a DSS console share the associated attendant digital or
electronic telephone’s Speed Dial memory. The personal Speed Dial numbers of the DSS
console circuit port(s) are not available. Initialized data assigns the 60 buttons to be Direct
Station Selection ('66), $OO&DOO3DJH ($&), and 1LJKW7UDQVIHU (17). Each of the
consoles can be independently programmed.
Important! Only program the following buttons: 6', /LQH (&2), '66, $OO&DOO3DJH
($&), and 1LJKW7UDQVIHU(17); programming other feature buttons on a
console may cause system operation problems.
It is not possible to assign [PDNs]/[SDNs]/[PhDNs] to DSS consoles or ADMs
Note
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When assigning CO line access buttons (001~200), the associated telephone must be
assigned access to the CO line also. See Program 40.
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Program 29-1~8 DSS Console and Number Button Assignments
System & Station
Program 29 - Initialized Default DSS Console Button Assignments
Group 1
Group 2
RCTUA
RCTUB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
DSS
Button No
DK40
RCTUA
RCTUB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
#020
#020
#020
#021
#021
#021
03
#022
#022
#022
#003
04
#023
#023
#023
#004
#004
05
#024
#024
#024
#005
#005
#005
06
#025
#025
#025
07
#006
#006
#006
07
#026
#026
#026
08
#007
#007
#007
08
#027
#027
#027
09
#008
#008
#008
09
10
#028
#028
10
#009
#009
#009
10
11
#010
#010
#010
11
DSS
Button No.
DK40
01
#000
#000
#000
01
02
#001
#001
#001
02
03
#002
#002
#002
04
#003
#003
05
#004
06
12
#011
#011
#011
12
13
#012
#012
#012
13
14
#013
#013
#013
14
15
#014
#014
#014
15
16
#015
#015
#015
16
17
#016
#016
#016
17
18
#017
#017
#017
18
19
#018
#018
#018
19
20
#019
#019
#019
20
*
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
*18
*19
*20
*21
#029
#029
#030
#030
#031
#031
10
#032
*
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
#033
#034
#035
#036
#037
#038
#039
Group 3
DSS
Button No
DK40
01
*22
*23
*24
*25
*26
*27
*28
*29
*30
*31
*32
*33
*34
*35
*36
*37
*38
*39
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
3-70
RCTUA
*18
*19
*20
*21
*22
*23
*24
*25
*26
*27
*28
*29
*30
*31
*32
*33
*34
*35
RCTUB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
#040
#041
#042
#043
#044
#045
#046
#047
#048
#049
#050
#051
#052
#053
#054
#055
#056
#057
19
AC (489)
AC (489)
AC (489)
20
NT 1 (439)
NT 1 (439)
NT 1 (439)
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *29 Add-on Modules Button Assignments
System & Station
Program *29
Add-on Modules Button Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See “Program 29 - Add-on Modules Button Assignments” on Page 3-74
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter the station logical port of the telephone which
will have buttons assigned to its attached Add-on.
CODE=
See the Code Table below.
Enter the Add-on Module which will have buttons
assigned to it (0, 1, or 2). Enter 0 when removing
ADMs.
LED 01~20
Press the LED that is in the same position as
the Add-on Module button being assigned.
Processor
Personal Speed Dial Bin
Numbers
System Speed Dial
Bin Numbers
*10~*49
*10~*49
* *
*10~
*49
10~ 49
*100~
*
* *139
*60~*99
*60~*99
* *
*600~
*699
*600~
*699
200~ 999
* *
10~ 49
DK14
DK40
RCTUA
RCTUBA/BB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
Port _____
DSS Button Range
001~004
#000~#009
001~008
#000~#027
001~016
#000~#031
001~048
#000~#079
001~144
#000~#239
001~200
#000~#335
Port _____
Add-on Module 1
Button
CO Line Range
60~ 99
Code
Button
Add-on Module 2
Code
Button
Code
Button
Add-on Module 1
Code
Button
Code
Button
Add-on Module 2
Code
Button
Code
Button
10
20
10
20
10
20
10
20
09
19
09
19
09
19
09
19
08
18
08
18
08
18
08
18
07
17
07
17
07
17
07
17
06
16
06
16
06
16
06
16
05
15
05
15
05
15
05
15
04
14
04
14
04
14
04
14
03
13
03
13
03
13
03
13
02
12
02
12
02
12
02
12
01
11
01
11
01
11
01
11
Processor
ADMs
Number of
System Speed
Dial Numbers
Code
Number of
Personal Speed
Dial Numbers
DK14
8
40
40
DK40
12
40
40
RCTUA
12
40
40
RCTUBA/BB
40
100
40
RCTUC/D
120
100
40
RCTUE/F
200
800
40
Program *29 Overview
This program allows ADM buttons to be customized. Each ADM button can be programmed
as either a Direct Station Selection, CO line, System Speed Dial or Personal Speed Dial
buttons. Only 2000-series Digital Telephones can connect with ADMs, and up to two ADMs
can be connected to a telephone.
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Programming
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Program *29 Add-on Modules Button Assignments
System & Station
Important! Run this program for each station that has an ADM or the ADM will not function.
Program at least one ADM key for each ADM.
It is impossible to assign [PDNs], [SDNs] or [PhDNs] to DSS consoles or
ADMs.
Program 29 - Add-on Modules Button Assignments
Add-on
Module 1
Button
No.
DK14
DK40
RCTUA
RCTUB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
Add-on
Module 2
Button No.
01
#000
#000
#000
#000
01
02
#001
#001
#001
#001
02
03
#002
#002
#002
#002
03
04
#003
#003
#003
#003
04
05
#004
#004
#004
#004
05
06
#005
#005
#005
#005
06
07
#006
#006
#006
#006
07
08
#007
#007
#007
#007
08
09
#008
#008
#008
#008
09
10
#009
#009
#009
#009
10
11
*10
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
*18
*19
#010
#010
#010
11
#011
#011
#011
12
#012
#012
#012
13
#013
#013
#013
14
#014
#014
#014
15
#015
#015
#015
16
#016
#016
#016
17
#017
#017
#017
18
#018
#018
#018
19
#019
#019
#019
20
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
3-72
RCTUB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
DK14
DK40
RCTUA
*20
*21
*22
*23
*24
*25
*26
*27
*28
*29
*30
*31
*32
*33
*34
*35
*36
*38
*39
*40
#020
#020
#020
#021
#021
#021
#022
#022
#022
#023
#023
#023
#024
#024
#024
#025
#025
#025
#026
#026
#026
#027
#027
#027
*10
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
*18
*19
*20
*21
Strata DK
#028
#028
#029
#029
#030
#030
#031
#031
*10
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
Programming
#032
#033
#034
#035
#036
#037
#038
#039
June 1998
Program 30 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 30
Station Class of Service
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LEDs 01, 05 and 07 for all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
Enter the port numbers to which class of service
must be assigned. To add a port range, enter
XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light LEDs for the port specified in the last step. All
LEDs marked with an “X” in the table below should
be lit.
*
Processor Type
Port Range
DISA Port
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~009
010
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
089
DK40
000~027
035
RCTUC/D
000~239
249
RCTUA
000~031
039
RCTUE/F
000~335
344
Feature
LED
SLT/ISDN Terminal “#” Dial
20
Privacy Override
19
Executive Override
18
DND Override
17
Change TR Traveling Class Code
16
Change Verified Account Code
15
Verified Account Codes
14
DISA Port
Port
13
SLT-Hook Flash Anti-Bounce Guard
12
Dial Pulse - DTMF OFF
11
Change DISA Security Code
10
Change TR Override Code
09
Forced Account Code
08
OCA Automatic (originating OCA)
07
ABR Access
06
Speed Dial Allowed
05
#5#30 Pickup AC Page Only
(Release 3.2 and higher)
04
Microphone Button on at Start of Call
03
MIC Button Locked
02
Speakerphone
01
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Programming
June 1998
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Program 30 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 30 Overview
Program 30 enables or disables features for individual telephones at the station level. The
following text describes Program 30 LEDs.
LED 20: SLT/ISDN Terminal “#” Dial
This feature applies to single-line telephones and ISDN station terminals to indicate when a
number has been dialed and to begin dialing a sub-address. If a is dialed as the first digit, it
indicates that a feature access code is being entered.
For ISDN, if separate dialing and sub-address digits will be used, turn LED 20 ON. If it is
OFF, can be used as a dialing separator.
LED 19: Privacy Override
With Privacy Override enabled (LED 19 ON), a station can override calls and listen to a CO
line conversation by pressing a common CO /LQH button (not a [DN] button). [DN] buttons
are always private. A maximum of two stations can override an existing “station-line”
conversation. You can set a warning tone for Privacy Override (see Program 10-2).
Privacy Override of Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Two-CO line calls is not allowed.
Privacy Override is not available on any call (CO line or internal) that appears on a [PDN],
[SDN], or [PhDN] button.
Block Privacy Override by a station via a 3ULYDF\ button (Program 39) or with the Executive/
Privacy Override blocking option (Program 31, LED 18). To configure the Strata DK system
to operate as nonprivate, allow Privacy Override from all stations.
Disabling Privacy Override for attendant console ports does not deny Attendant Supervised
Loop Monitoring.
LED 18: Executive Override
With Executive Override enabled (LED 18 ON) a station can break into and overhear an
existing station conversation by pressing after the busy station number or by pressing the
“EXEOVR” LCD soft key. You can set a warning tone for this feature (see Program 10-2).
Privacy Override can be perform from stations with Executive/Privacy Override blocking
enabled in Program 31, LED 18. The 3ULYDF\ button does not block Executive Override.
Disabling Executive Override for attendant console ports does not deny Attendant Supervised
Loop Monitoring.
LED 17: Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
With DND Override enabled, (LED 17 ON), you can override a station that has DND ON. A
called station with DND activated will return very fast busy tone (four tones per second). If the
caller presses after dialing the DND station directory number, a DND Override tone is heard
on the called station’s speaker.
If a DND station has more than one [PDN] and it appears on other telephones, when called, the
[PDN] rings at the other telephones and flashes on the DND station. In this case, DND
override is not available unless all [PDNs] of the DND station are busy.
LED 16: Change Toll Restriction Traveling Class Code
When LED 16 is ON for a port, the station occupying it can change the four-digit Toll
Restriction Traveling Class of Service Codes established in Program 44-1~8. Stations selected
for this feature must follow the dialing sequences below to change the codes:
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 30 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Class 1
#691
Class 5
#695
Class 2
#692
Class 6
#696
Class 3
#693
Class 7
#697
Class 4
#694
Class 8
#698
[PDN] + class code (~) +four-digit code + 5HGLDO
LED 15: Change Verified Account Code
With LED 15 ON, a station can change the Verified Account Codes established in Program 69.
Selected stations must dial the following sequence to change the codes:
[PDN] + + Verified Account Code + Redial:
System
Verified Account Code
RCTUE/F
000~499
RCTUA, BA/BB, C/D, DK40, DK14
000~299
Press button if your electronic telephone does not have a 5HGLDO button.
Total Account Code digit length is set in Program 10-4 (up to 15 digits). All digits do not have
to be verified.
LED 14: Verified Account Code
With LED 14 ON, the system verifies all Forced or Voluntary Account Codes (set in Program
69) dialed by the station user. If the station user does not dial a specific Verified Account
Codes, the call does not execute (Forced), or the Account Code is not validated for the SMDR
call report (Voluntary).
To force a verified account code entry on Two-CO line DISA calls through the system, turn
LED 08 and 14 ON for Port 10-DK14, Port 035-DK40, Port 039-RCTUA, Port 089-RCTUB,
RCTUBA/BB or Port 249-RCTUC/D or Port 344-RCTUE/F. Also, you must enable Forced
Account Code for outgoing CO line in Program 15-7.
LED 12: Single Line Telephone (SLT) Hookflash Anti-bounce Guard
SLT Hookflash Anti-Bounce Guard (LED 12 ON) prevents false recalls due to hook flash
bounce during SLT hang-up on outside calls. The system automatically disconnects the CO
line if the SLT hangs-up after a Hook Flash.
Use for QSTU2, PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, RDSU, PESU, and KSTU2 standard telephone ports
that have standard telephones (with/without message lamps) connected to them to prevent
false ring signals. With this option ON, a CO line connected to a standard telephone is
disconnected if the standard telephone user hookflashes and then hangs up. If this option is
OFF, the CO line recalls the standard telephone.
LED 11: Dial Pulse - Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) OFF
Use Dial Pulse - DTMF OFF (LED 11 ON) if any device, DID or tie line station port does not
require the RRCS, K5RCU, or K4RCU for DTMF decoding. When the device goes off-hook
or the DID or tie line is seized for an incoming call, the DTMF receiver is not accessed reducing unnecessary traffic to it.
If a tie or DID line is Dial Pulse (Program 15-1, LED ON), enable Dial Pulse - DTMF OFF
(LED 11 ON) for that tie or DID station port number. If the DID or tie line is DTMF tone dial
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Programming
June 1998
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Program 30 Station Class of Service
System & Station
(Program 15-1, LED OFF) disable Dial Pulse - DTMF OFF (LED 11 OFF) and install an
RRCS on the RCTU, K5RCU or K4RCU3 in the DK40.
LED 10: Change DISA Security Code
When enabled (LED 10 ON), allows a selected station to change the DISA security code by
dialing [PDN] + , + Security Code + 5HGLDO.
LED 09: Change Toll Restriction (TR) Override Code
When enabled (LED 09 ON), two TR Override codes are available. When one of these codes
is dialed from any station, all Toll Restriction is bypassed. Change TR Override codes by
pressing [PDN] + for Code 1, or [PDN] + for Code 2. Press 5HGLDO to store.
LED 08: Forced Account Code
When enabled, (LED 08 ON), a station or DISA CO line user using a line with a Forced
Account requirement (Program 15-7) must enter an Account Code before the outgoing CO/tie/
DID line call can be completed. If Forced Account Codes should be verified, enable Verified
Account Code (LED 14 ON). Program 60-4 defines the Forced Account Code digit length.
To force a verified account code entry on Two-CO line DISA calls through the system, (LED
08 and 14 ON: Port 10-DK14, Port 035-DK40, Port 039-RCTUA, Port 089-RCTUB,
RCTUBA/BB, 249-RCTU C/D, and Port 344 for RCTU E/F). Also, enable Forced Account
Code for outgoing CO line in Program 15-7.
LED 07: Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) Automatic
When LED 07 is ON, a calling station has this feature enabled. If the system is set for Ring
First Signaling (Program 10-1, LED 10 ON), the user must dial after hearing busy tone or
after hearing ringback tone in order to OCA the called station. OCA Automatic only works
on systems with Voice First Signaling (Program 10-1 or 10-2, LED 01, OFF) in which case the
user does not have to dial or . Initialized default: ON - all ports. The called station must
also be enabled to receive OCA (see Program 31, LED 03).
LED 06: Automatic Busy Redial (ABR) Access
ABR can be enabled (LED 06 ON) or disabled (LED 06 OFF) for each station. The system
selects the last line in the originating line group each time ABR is initiated (see also Program
10-1). If you do not enable ABR access here, the ABR soft key does not appear on LCD
telephones. ABR operates when calling on ground and loop start lines, but is not functional for
DID or tie line calls. ABR overrides Program 41. Program 41 is normally used with LCR.
For the DK40, K5RCU or K4RCU must be installed; for the DK14, QRCU must be installed
to detect busy tone so that ABR will function.
LED 05: Speed Dial
LED 04 enables (ON) or disables (OFF) Station and System Speed Dial. Initialized default:
ON - all ports.
LED 04: Call Pickup Code Option
Determines the operation of pickup code in Release 3.2 (and above) software. If LED
04 is ON, only picks up All Call Page and External Page (per Program 10-2, LED 15).
If LED 04 is OFF, picks up an internal call ringing on a telephone as a priority or it
picks up All Call Page or External Page if no internal calls are ringing. Prior to Release 3.2,
picked up ringing calls as priority over All Call Page pickup calls.
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Programming
June 1998
Program 30 Station Class of Service
System & Station
LED 03: Microphone Button On at Start of Call
When enabled (LED 03 ON), the microphone and Mic button LED is turned ON at the start of
an on-hook speakerphone call. For this feature to work, you must enable the MIC button lock
operation (LED 02 ON).
When receiving internal DN calls, the flexible Microphone Cutoff (0LFURSKQ&XWRII)
button (Program 39) can be used to prevent room monitoring and Handsfree Answerback.
LED 02: Mic Button - Locked/Momentary
The 0LF button turns electronic or digital telephone microphones ON/OFF:
With “Locked” (LED 02 ON), the 0LF button will be ON or OFF (depending on LED 03)
when you begin the call and you can alternately push it ON or OFF. This does not apply to
Handset OCA - which is 0LF push-to-talk only.
With “Momentary” (LED 02 OFF), the 0LF is always ON at the start of a speakerphone call/
You must continuously press 0LF to disable the microphone when during a speakerphone call.
LED 01: Speakerphone
Enables (LED 01 ON) or disables (LED 01 OFF) speakerphone operation on any electronic or
digital telephone. If disabled, a speakerphone:
♦
Can be used as a handsfree electronic or digital telephone.
♦
Enables talk back with the receiver on-hook when receiving an internal call.
♦
Will not allow you to talk on a call that you place or a call that you answer by pressing a
ringing button with the handset on-hook.
Program 30 - Example
Action (press buttons + LED buttons)
1.
2.
LCD Response
Use an LCD programming phone per Minimum Hardware
Requirements on Page 1-14.
Make sure the programming button strip template is installed on the
programming telephone.
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 30
No. N-N1
06:43
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 30.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
30 Select =
Prepare the system for a station port selection.
5.
Enter the port number where the station being defined is connected.
Use three digits, followed by a button. A range of ports may be
entered at once by using the button. (See Note on system record
sheet for port numbers.)
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Programming
June 1998
30 Select =
3-77
Program 30 Station Class of Service
Action (press buttons + LED buttons)
6.
System & Station
LCD Response
LED buttons 01~20
LED buttons 01~20 activate features for each station port or port
range. Make the following selections by turning the appropriate button
LED ON or OFF for each item (01~20) for each port, as marked on the
system record sheet:
LED 01: Speakerphone Enabled
LED 02: Microphone Key Lock Enabled
LED 03: Microphone ON at Start of Call
LED 04: Not Used
LED 05: Speed Dial Allowed
LED 06: Automatic Busy Redial Access Enabled
LED 07: Automatic Off-hook Call Announce
LED 08: Forced Account Code Enabled
LED 09: Toll Restriction Override Code Revision Authority
LED 10: DISA Security Code Change Allowed
LED 11: Dial Pulse (DTMF Off) for Standard Telephone
LED 14: Account Codes Verified
LED 15: Verified Account Code Revision Authority
LED 16: Traveling Class of Service Code Revision Authority
LED 17: Do Not Disturb Override Allowed
LED 18: Executive Override Allowed
LED 19: Privacy Override Allowed
LED 20: Not Used
If programming a port range, the LED indications are as follows:
♦
LED-ON, all ports in range are enabled for that item.
♦
LED-OFF, all ports in range are disabled for that item.
♦
LED-FLASHING, some ports in range are enabled and some ports are
disabled.
7.
+ROG
Secure data in system programming.
30 Select
Data Programmed
8.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5), or exit
Program 30 (continue with Step 9).
30 Select =
9.
+ROG
Secure Program 30 data in system memory.
30 Select = ##
Data Programmed
10. 6SNU6SHDNHU
Exit Program 30. Enter another program number or exit programming
mode (go to Step 11). Speaker beeps to indicate it is exiting Program
33.
11. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
1
Program =
No. N-N
06:58
Jan 20 Sun
N-N = Programming telephone [PDN]
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Programming
June 1998
Program *30 Telephone Group Page Assignments
System & Station
Program *30
Telephone Group Page Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
Enter the station logical port which will be assigned
to page a group or groups. To add a port range,
enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Press LED Buttons 01~08 to light LEDs for the port
specified in the last step. In the table below, “X” all
LED Buttons which should be lit.
Processor Type
Port Range
Number of Page Groups
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~007
4
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
4
DK40
000~027
4
RCTUC/D
000~239
8
RCTUA
000~031
4
RCTUE/F
000~335
8
Feature
LED
Page Group H
08
Page Group G
07
Page Group F
06
Page Group E
05
Page Group D
04
Page Group C
03
Page Group B
02
Page Group A
01
Number of Page Groups
Port
Shaded groups apply to RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F only.
Program *30 Overview
Digital and electronic telephones can be assigned to “internal telephone speaker” page groups
with this program. Each group can have as many as 120 stations. Telephones can be a member
of more than one group. Station users can access each group separately by dialing access
codes. (See Program 05 for access codes.) The above table shows four or eight page groups.
An additional group is the All Call Page Group set in Program 31, LED 10.
Notes
●
●
Strata DK
A maximum of 120 telephones can be assigned to a particular page group.
Only 120 telephones can be paged simultaneously. Example: If Page Group “A” has 60
telephones, Page Group “B” has 50 telephones, and Page Group “C” has 70 telephones,
then Group A + B (60 + 50 = 110) can be paged simultaneously, but Group A + C (60 + 70
= 130) cannot be paged simultaneously.
Programming
June 1998
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Program 31 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 31
Station Class of Service
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LED 10 ON for Ports 000~119; LED 11~13 ON for all ports.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
Enter the port numbers to which class of service
must be assigned.
Processor Type
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light LED Buttons for the port specified in the last
step. All LED Buttons marked with an “X” in the table
below should be lit.
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Feature
LED
Toshiba Stratagy/VP (B + Station No.)
20
Toshiba Stratagy/VP (B No Station)
19
Executive & Privacy Override Blocking
18
End/End Signal Rcv (VM)
17
Receive VM ID Code
16
Toshiba Stratagy/VP Integration (A/D)
15
Handset OCA
14
Handset OCA Warning Tone
13
Pooled Line Key - No Flash if No Ring
12
Busy Override Tone - Continuous
11
All Call Page Allowed - EKTs/DKTs
10
VM (No Conference)
09
VM Group 4 (does not apply to DK14)
08
VM Group 3 (does not apply to DK14)
07
VM Group 2
06
VM Group 1
05
VM to VM Call Blocking Called/Calling
04
OCA Enabled (To Receive)
03
Handsfree No Warning Tone
02
Handsfree Disabled
01
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Programming
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Program 31 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 31 Overview
Program 31 sets most voice mail or External Auto Attendant port assignments. Each standard
telephone port (QSTU2, RSTU2, RSTU, PSTU, PESU, RDSU, KSTU2, QSTU2) connected
to a Toshiba Stratagy, Stratagy DK or VP voice mail system should have LEDs 04, 15, 16, 17,
18, 19, and 20, and one of the following: 05, 06, 07, or 08 turned ON. These LED’s should be
ON for VM ports only, not for telephone ports.
LED 09 should be OFF for VM Auto Attendant “blind” transfer and VM tandem CO line
connection with automatic release. LED 09 should be ON for VM Auto Attendant supervised
transfer operation.
Example Programming Assignment to Set Up Voice Mail in a Distributed Hunt Group
Program *32
008
VMG1 Message Center
Program 13
010
VMG2 Message Center
008 – Button 5 ON
009 – Button 5 ON
VMG1 RSTU VM Ports
010 – Button 6 ON
011 – Button 6 ON
VMG2 RSTU VM Ports
850 – 01 008
850 – 02 009
VMG1 DH Group Members
851 – 01 010
851 – 02 011
VMG1 DH Group Members
Program 31
Program *40
RS232C (SMDI)
N/A on DK14
Telephones
using voice mail
machine #1
Telephones
using voice mail
machine #2
#008
#200
DHG1/VMG1
#009
#201
008
#010
#202
DHG2/VMG2
#011
#203
Voice Mail
Machine #1
010
Voice Mail
Machine #2
Standard Telephone
Voice Mail Ports
1565
All ports assigned to a Voice Mail Group should also be assigned to a unique Distributed Hunt
Group using Program *40. Each Program 31 Voice Mail Group must be associated with a
unique Program *40 Distributed Hunt Group that hunts only to its own Voice Mail Group
ports. (See above example of how to connect/program two voice mail/auto attendant machines
and associate them with two different DH groups.)
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♦
If LED 15 or 19 is ON, turn LED 17 ON. If LED 20 is ON, turn LEDs 17 and 19 ON.
♦
For SMDI or DTMF integration, turn ON LEDs 04, 16, 17 and 18, and one of the
following: 05, 06, 07, or 08 for all standard telephone ports connected to a VM unit.
♦
Turn LED 19 and 20 OFF if the VM unit does not respond properly to transfer recall (BTone) signals when using any type of Voice Mail Interface.
♦
LED 09 – see above comments in Program Overview.
♦
If CO lines direct ring VM ports via Program 81~89, the data in Programs *81, *84, and
*87 must be blank.
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System & Station
Important! Do not assign Program 31 VM/AA options to built-in Auto Attendant digital
announcer ports.
LED 20: Toshiba Stratagy/VP (B + Station Number)
Use with Toshiba Stratagy/Stratagy DK/VP systems connected to a standard telephone port
(PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, PESU, RDSU, KSTU2 and QSTU2). Toshiba voice mail systems
receiving DTMF B tone followed by the station number may not know where the call is
coming from - such as hold recall or “blind” ring transfer recall.
When enabled (LED 20 ON), allows Toshiba voice mail systems to respond more intelligently
with appropriate voice prompts. Use this feature for standard telephone ports connected to
voice mail devices only, not for station ports connected to telephones. The station number is
not returned, it blind transfers to a DND station.
Note
You must enable Toshiba Stratagy/Stratagy DK/VP (B No Station) with LED 19 to
allow this function.
LED 19: Toshiba Stratagy/Stratagy DK/VP (B No Station)
DTMF “B” tone is sent to Toshiba voice mail systems to signify a recall where Toshiba voice
mail systems already knows the recalling station number. Again, this allows Toshiba voice
mail systems to respond more intelligently with appropriate voice prompts. Use this feature for
standard telephone ports (PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, PESU, RDSU, KSTU2 and QSTU2)
connected to voice mail devices only, not for station ports connected to telephones.
LED 18: Executive and Privacy Override Blocking (Modem)
When enabled (LED 18 ON), denies a station user the capability to break into a station
connection with Executive or Privacy Override. Use this feature for standard telephone ports
(PSTU, RSTU, RSTU2, PESU, RDSU, KSTU2 and QSTU2) connected to a modem, voice
mail/auto attendant or ACD digital announcement device in order to ensure data and voice
security. Also, use this feature to deny override of any station. This feature does not block
Attendant Supervised Loop Monitoring.
You can use the Privacy Release 3ULYDF\5HOHDVH button to disable Privacy on a call-bycall basis; this button does not disable Executive Override Blocking.
Enable this feature if a modem is assigned to the system modem pool in Program 21 to provide
data security for modem standard telephone ports.
Disable this feature (LED 18 OFF) for the modem standard telephone ports assigned in
Program 21 if using the system modem pool for data calls that must be switched between
voice and data.
LED 17: End-to-end Signal RCV (VM)
When enabled (LED 17 ON), provides End-to-end Signaling of Dual-tone Multi-frequency
(DTMF) tones through the system. Required on all voice mail ports (RSTU, RSTU2, RDSU/
RSTS, PSTU, PESU, RDSU, QSTU2 and KSTU2) for proper signaling communication.
LED 16: Receive Voice Mail (VM) ID Code
When a station is call-forwarded to a VM system, certain identification (ID) DTMF tones are
automatically sent to direct the call to a specific mailbox (VM ID Code #656 or DNIS VM ID
Code). The automatic ID is also sent to the VM device when electronic, digital, or standard
telephone users retrieve messages via the Message Waiting buttons (VM ID Code #657). The
VM port must be programmed for this feature to allow the reception of VM ID DTMF digits.
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Program 31 Station Class of Service
System & Station
LED 15: Toshiba Stratagy, Stratagy DK and/or VP Integration (A Tone/D Tone)
When enabled (LED 15 ON), sends an answer tone (DTMF A tone) to the Toshiba voice mail
system when a station answers, and a disconnect tone (DTMF D tone) when a station
disconnects. This allows Toshiba voice mail systems to respond quickly rather than waiting
during long time-outs. If the Central Office (CO) provides an Automatic Release (AR) signal
(sometimes referred to as Calling Party Control or Loop Supervision), D tone is also sent to
disconnect VM ports when outside callers hang up (see Program 15-0 and 15-3).
LED 14: Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) Handset or Speaker
If a station is enabled to receive OCA (Program 31, LED 03 ON), LED 14 defines which type
of OCA the telephone should receive: Headset/Handset (LED 14 ON) or Speaker (LED 14
OFF).
Digital Telephones: Speaker OCA requires a DVSU and a special Program 03 code. Only
digital telephones can receive Handset OCA. Handset OCA does not require DVSU or any
other special hardware.
Electronic Telephones: Speaker OCA requires a HVSU and three-pair wiring. Headset OCA
does not require these items; Electronic or standard telephones cannot receive Handset OCA.
LED 13: OCA Handset Warning Tone
This option enables (LED 13 ON) or disables (LED 14 OFF) a warning-tone (one-second tone
burst) for digital telephones that receive Headset OCA. Does not apply to Speaker OCA.
LED 12: Pooled Line Button Operation, No Flash if No Ring
When enabled (LED 12 ON) on telephones assigned to ring in Programs 81~89, incoming line
calls in pooled line groups only flash on 3RROHG/LQH buttons. When disabled (LED 12
OFF), the Pooled Line LED flashes when an incoming line call is received – even if the
telephone does not ring.
LED 11: Busy Override (BOV) Tone
Digital or Electronic Telephones: If a [DN] is busy and receives a call on an idle [DN] or CO
button from another station or an outside line then BOV tone is sent. BOV tone can be
continuous muted one-second rings (LED 11 ON) or two muted one-second rings three
seconds apart (LED 11 OFF).
If all the [DN] button appearances of the called [DNs] are busy, the call will camp-on and the
telephone receives two muted rings (camp-on tone) three seconds apart (only if LED 01 is ON
for the telephone in Program *34).
This BOV feature does not apply to CO lines that are ring transferred to a busy telephone with or without an idle [DN] or CO /LQH button. In this case, the call is a camped-on call to
the busy telephone.
BOV and Camp-on muted ring tone frequency for digital and electronic telephones:
1209Hz/modulated by 10Hz on CO line calls; 1209Hz/unmodulated on station-to-station calls.
Standard Telephones: This feature does not apply to Camp-on tone sent to standard
telephones. Standard telephones only receive two Camp-on tone bursts - three seconds apart,
regardless of this BOV Tone feature’s setting. Also, you must run Program *34 to enable a
standard telephone to receive Camp-on tone. Camp-on tone is sent when the busy standard
telephone receives a transferred CO line call and when the busy standard telephone receives a
direct call from a station or CO line.
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Programming
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Program 31 Station Class of Service
System & Station
BOV and Camp-on muted ring tone frequency for standard telephone:
BOV tone is a 160ms burst of 1209Hz/ unmodulated, twice - three seconds apart.
Camp-on tone is two one-second bursts of 1209Hz/interrupted by 160ms bursts, three seconds
apart.
LED 10: All Call Page Allowed-Digital and Electronic Telephones
When enabled, (LED 10 ON) any station can be allowed to receive an All Call Page and still
have the ability to initiate an All Call Page. Up to 120 stations can be can be assigned and
paged at one time. All Call Page is treated as any other page group. See Program *30 for
telephone page group assignments and Program 10-2, LED 15 for External Page with All Call
Page option (see Program *34).
LED 09: No Station plus CO Line Conference Origination by VM
When enabled (LED 09 ON), prohibits VM ports from setting up conference calls with a
station and the outside line party and tandem calls with two outside lines. Use this feature for
VM (RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, PESU, RDSU/RSTS, KSTU2, QSTU2) ports. This LED should
be ON when VM/Auto Attendant does screened or supervised transfers and OFF if only doing
blind transfers.
If LED 09 is OFF or ON, station can still set up a conference call with an outside line and a
VM port so the station user and outside party can listen to a message together (R3.2 and
above).
In DK release 3.2 software, VM ports are allowed to set up tandem calls with two CO lines
and then hook-flash and hang-up to exit the call, allowing the two CO lines to remain
connected. For this feature, LED 09 must be OFF for VM ports.
LED 05~08: Voice Mail (VM) Groups 1~4
The system allows the following VM station port groups to be configured for support of VM/
auto attendant devices:
One group is intended for each different device.
System
Number of VM Groups
LEDs
DK14
1~2
05~06
DK424 and DK40
1~4
05~08
All standard telephone ports (RSTU, RSTU2, PSTU, PESU, RDSU/RSTS, KSTU2 and
QSTU2) connected to a particular VM machine should be assigned to the same VM group
(SMDI or DTMF Integration). The purpose of VM grouping is to allow efficient use of the
message waiting (MW) set and cancel operations from the VM machine. Since each digital,
electronic, and standard telephone can only have a maximum of four messages waiting, the
VM device should set MW only once, regardless of how many messages there are.
Assign all ports of each Program 31 VM Group to a unique Program *40 Distributed Hunt
(DH) Group. Telephones should Call and/or Call Forward to the DH Group [DN] to connect to
VM. In Programs 13 and *32, assign the lowest port in the Program 31 VM group as the
message center. Do not assign the VM DH Group port as the message center.
LED 04: Voice Mail (VM) to VM Call Blocking
When enabled (LED 04 ON), prevents VM/auto attendant ports from call forwarding to other
VM ports during screened or supervised voice mail transfers. Use this feature for all VM/auto
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Program 31 Station Class of Service
System & Station
attendant ports if their transferred calls are screened or supervised. Disable this feature (LED
04 OFF) for all VM/auto attendant ports if their calls are ring (blind) transferred.
LED 03: Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) Enabled (Receive)
Enable this option (LED 03 ON) for any digital or electronic telephone requiring OCA.
Telephones must be equipped for OCA. OCA is not available on standard telephones.
This feature does not affect the station’s ability to originate OCA.
Digital telephones: Speaker OCA requires a DVSU in the telephone. Also, the PDKU
supporting OCA must have code 62 or 64 set in Program 03. Handset/headset OCA does not
require extra hardware - only that Program 31 LED 03, and 14 be ON.
Electronic telephones: Speaker OCA requires a HVSU/HVSI in the telephone and a third pair
of wires from the PEKU. Electronic telephones cannot receive Handset OCA.
LED 02: Handsfree No Warning
As a default, on Voice First systems (Program 10-1, LED 1) a one-second warning tone is sent
to a handsfree digital or electronic telephone to inform its user that someone is calling and that
they can be heard. If the warning tone is not desired at the called digital or electronic
telephone, this assignment can disable it, allowing silent room monitoring of the area
surrounding the telephone. This will also prevent ringing the digital or electronic telephone as
a ring-first situation. Initialized data activates the warning tone for all ports.
LED 01: Handsfree Disabled
It is possible to disable the internal call Handsfree Answerback function on any digital or
electronic telephone. This option ensures privacy (no room monitoring) when enabled on the
called station but it prevents the called station from answering an internal call hands free. The
0LFURSKQ&XWRII button (Program 39) can be used instead of this feature to allow the user
to enable/disable Handsfree Answerback, as desired.
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Program *31 Group Pickup Assignments
System & Station
Program *31
Group Pickup Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
Station Logical Port Number
Enter the station logical port which will be assigned
to a pickup group or groups. To add a port range,
enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light LED Buttons for the port specified in the last
step. In the table below, mark an “X” for all LED
Buttons which should be lit.
*
Processor Type
Port Range
Pickup Groups
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
000~009
8
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
20
DK40
000~027
16
RCTUC/D
000~239
20
RCTUA
000~031
20
RCTUE/F
000~335
20
Pickup Group
LED
Pickup Group 20
20
Pickup Group 19
19
Pickup Group 18
18
Pickup Group 17
17
Pickup Group 16
16
Pickup Group 15
15
Pickup Group 14
14
Pickup Group 13
13
Pickup Group 12
12
Pickup Group 11
11
Pickup Group 10
10
Pickup Group 9
09
Pickup Group 8
08
Pickup Group 7
07
Pickup Group 6
06
Pickup Group 5
05
Pickup Group 4
04
Pickup Group 6
03
Pickup Group 2
02
Pickup Group 1
01
3-86
Pickup Groups
Port
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Programming
June 1998
Program *31 Group Pickup Assignments
System & Station
Program *31 Overview
Stations can be divided into as many as 20 pickup groups (see the legend above the record
sheet). Station users can pick up calls (internal or line) that are ringing any station within their
group by dialing a single access code (or with a &DOO3LFNXS button assigned with Code 480
in Program 39), and pick up calls that are ringing stations in other groups by dialing selected
access codes.
Stations can belong to more than one group. (See Program 05 for access codes.) This feature
also picks up ringing transfer and hold recall calls, but does not pick up held calls or
selectively by directory number.
To pickup held or ringing [PDN] and/or [PhDN] calls selectively, use the + XXX
pickup access code (where XXX is the [PDN] or [PhDN]).
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Program 32 Automatic Preference
System & Station
Program 32
Automatic Preference
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns Ringing Code 1 and Automatic Off-hook (Preference) Code 00 for all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
Enter the port number of the station having
preference defined. To add a port range,
enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*
DATA = Ringing Code
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Automatic Preference Code:
00 = No selection
01 = [PDN]
02 = Lowest CO, tie, or DID line
11~26 = 01~16 Line groups
(See legend below for maximum line groups.)
0 = Disable Ringing Line Preference
1 = Enable Ringing Line Preference
Processor
Type
Port Range
Port Reference Number
Number of CO Line
Groups
Processor
Type
Port Range
Port Reference Number
Number of CO Line
Groups
DK14
000~007
01~04
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
01~08
DK40
000~027
01~08
RCTUC/D
000~239
01~16
RCTUA
000~031
01~08
RCTUE/F
000~335
01~16
Port Number
Ringing Code
3-88
Automatic
Preference Code
Port Number
Ringing Code
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Automatic
Preference Code
Programming
June 1998
Program 32 Automatic Preference
System & Station
Program 32 Overview
This program defines which [PDN] or CO line a digital (cordless or corded) or electronic
telephone will be automatically connected to when the telephone handset is taken off-hook or
the 6SNU button is used.
The lowest [PDN], lowest CO line, or Line Group is selected only if the telephone is not
ringing when it is taken off-hook (no 6SNU pressed). If a telephone is ringing, the [PDN] Auto
Preference, or outgoing CO line is canceled. In this case, no selection is made if Ring Line
Preference is disabled; the ring line is selected if Ringing Line Preference is enabled.
Automatic Preference for digital or electronic telephones via handset off-hook or the 6SNU
button is the automatic connection to lines, or the [PDN] of a telephone under various
conditions.
With Ringing Line Preference, a digital or electronic telephone user by going off-hook (or by
pressing the 6SNU button) may be automatically connected to the lowest line ringing in
without having to press a CO /LQH button or dial an access code.
If no lines are ringing and an electronic or digital telephone goes off-hook, the station can be
automatically connected to the [PDN] or to a line. The line connected can be the lowest
numbered line available on the telephone or the highest idle line from a selected group.
Notes
●
●
●
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Program 32 does not apply to standard telephones. To allow system features to be
accessed, standard telephones always receive system internal dial tone when originating
calls.
If ringing line preference is not selected, no auto preference selection will occur when a
station goes off hook during an incoming ring condition.
Toshiba cordless telephones can have [PDN] (Code 01) selected for Auto Preference so
the user will get system dial tone when pressing the 7$/. button from the idle state, or a
line or line group can be selected for Auto Preference if CO dial tone should be accessed
when the 7$/. button is pressed.
Programming
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Program *32 RS-232 Voice Mail Message Center Port
System & Station
Program *32
RS-232 Voice Mail Message Center Port
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Port
*
If VM ports are assigned to a Distributed Hunt
(DH) Group in Program *40, enter the port
number of the first DH Group member, not the DH
Group port (900~915). See example following
Program 31 record sheet.
Port Range
Processor Type
Port Range
DK14
008~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
008~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Port
MW Center Port
6SNU +ROG
Enter the lowest KSTU2, QSTU2 or RSTU2 port
number that is connected to the VM machine.
Processor Type
MW Center Port
Enter the Voice Mail Message Center Port
number (see ranges below) that should be
assigned to each station.
Enter the port number having a Message Center
assigned. Enter all station ports using the same
Voice Mail machine.
*
6SNU +ROG
VM PORT = Voice Mail Message Port
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
(see ranges below)
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
Port
MW Center Port
Port
MW Center Port
Program *32 Overview
This program assigns which Voice Mail Message Center port number will be called when a
station user presses the flashing 0VJ button. When using SMDI or DTMF voice mail
integration, the Voice Mail Port Message Center must be assigned for each station. The
Message Center port must be the lowest voice mail standard telephone port in the Program 31
Voice Mail Group. It is normally the same port for all stations.
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Program 33 [PDN]/ [PhDN] Station Hunting (Voice Calls Only)
System & Station
Program 33
[PDN]/ [PhDN] Station Hunting (Voice Calls Only)
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = [PDN] or [PhDN] Port Reference
Number of the “hunt-from” station.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
*
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
HUNT TO = [PDN] or [PhDN] Port Reference
Number of the “hunt-to” station.
Press LED Button 01 to delete digit from the
“hunt-to” port.
*
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
500~509
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~579
DK40
000~027
500~527
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
Hunt From
Hunt To
Hunt From
Hunt To
Hunt From
Hunt To
Hunt From
Hunt To
Program 33 Overview
Program 33 assigns Station Hunting to [PDNs] or [PhDNs]. When a called station is busy, the
Station Hunting feature will ring the alternate “hunt to” [PDNs] or [PhDNs] defined in this
program. If the “hunt-to” [DN] is busy, the system will try to ring the next “hunt-to” [DN], and
so on.
If a “hunt-to” [DN] is in the Call Forward mode, the call forward will have priority over the
hunt. A ground/loop start CO line will hunt from a [PDN] or [PhDN] only if it has been
assigned to immediate ring at the owner station of the [PDN] or [PhDN] exclusively (in
Programs 81, 84, or 87 and *81, *84, or *87).
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Program 33 [PDN]/ [PhDN] Station Hunting (Voice Calls Only)
System & Station
On Ring-first systems, if a [PDN] appears on more than one button (on owner’s telephone),
the DK will not hunt until all appearances of the [PDN] are in use.
On Voice-first systems, the system will hunt for an available station if any one of the [PDN]
appearances is busy.
Program 33 - Example
Action (press buttons+LED buttons)
1.
2.
Use the programming LCD electronic or digital telephone connected to
physical port 005 - circuit 6.
Make sure the programming button strip template is installed on the
programming telephone. (See “Program 38 Digital and Electronic
Telephone Keystrip Type” on Page 3-109.)
LCD Response
No. N-N1
06:43
Jan 20 Sun
Program Mode
6SNU6SHDNHU+ROG
Program = 33
Enter programming mode. (Do not press [DN] button.)
3.
Access Program 33. System beeps after 6SNU6SHDNHU is
pressed to indicate program number may be entered.
4.
6SNU6SHDNHU
Data Store
33 Select =
Prepare the system for a station port selection.
5.
~ or ~
Select the port number of the Hunt From station. A range of ports can
be entered as specified on the record sheet. After the Hunt From port
is entered, press the button. Do not press when entering a range.
6.
aor ~
Enter the port number of the Hunt To point, as recorded on the system
record sheet. Press LED button 01 to delete a digit from Hunt To point
ports.
7.
8.
+ROG
33 Select = (000~335)
Hunt To =
33 Select = (000~335)
Hunt To = (000~335)
Secure data in system programming.
33 Select = (000~335)
Data Programmed
6SNU6SHDNHU
33 Select = ##
Prepare system for another selection (go back to Step 5), or exit
Program 33 (continue with Step 9).
9.
+ROG
Secure Program 33 data in system memory.
10. 6SNU6SHDNHU
Exit Program 33. Enter another program number or exit programming
mode (go to Step 11). Speaker beeps to indicate it is exiting
Program 33.
11. +ROG
Exit programming mode.
1
33 Select =
Data Programmed
Program =
No. N-N
06:58
Jan 20 Sun
N-N = Program telephone [PDN]
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Program *33 [PhDN] Owner Telephone Assignment
System & Station
Program *33
[PhDN] Owner Telephone Assignment
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Blanks (no data)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SELECT = [PhDN] Port Reference Number
Processor
[PhDN] Port
Reference Number
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter the [PDN] Owner Station Logical Port
Number.
[PDN] Port Range
Processor
[PhDN] Port
Reference Number
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
500~509
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
500~579
000~079
DK40
500~527
000~027
RCTUC/D
500~739
000~239
RCTUA
500~531
000~031
RCTUE/F
500~835
000~335
[PhDN] Port
Reference
Number
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Owner Telephone
(Program 04)
Port Number
Programming
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[PhDN] Port
Reference
Number
Owner Telephone
(Program 04)
Port Number
[PhDN] Port
Reference
Number
Owner Telephone
(Program 04)
Port Number
3-93
Program *33 [PhDN] Owner Telephone Assignment
System & Station
Program *33 Overview
This program assigns each [PhDN] to a designated “Owner” telephone. Each [PhDN] must be
assigned to a designated “Owner” telephone and that [PhDN] must be assigned (using
Program 39) to appear on the owner telephone. If a [PhDN] is not assigned to an “Owner”
telephone, it cannot receive calls (caller will receive reorder tone) but it can be used to
originate calls.
If the [PhDN] owner telephone is unplugged, the [PhDN] is busy (vacant) when called, unless
CF-All Call is set, in which case, it will forward. A telephone can be assigned as “Owner” of
up to eight [PhDNs].
[PhDN] “Owner” telephones have the following attributes for the [PhDNs] that it is assigned
to own:
3-94
♦
Set Call Forward for all [PhDNs] that the telephone owns.
♦
Set Call Forward to a VM Mail Box and Message Retrieve ID codes (#656/#657),
independent of the telephone’s Voice Mail assignments. This “CF to” VM Box can be the
same as the Owner telephone’s VM Box or any other VM Box, including a dedicated VM
Box for the [PhDN].
♦
Have up to four [PhDN] Message Waiting (MW) LEDs (Program 39, flexible button).
This [PhDN] MW button indicates that the [PhDN] has a message waiting from voice mail
or another [DN] - again independent of the telephone’s fixed Msg LED.
♦
Store ANI and/or Caller ID information for abandon calls directed to the [PhDN]. The
[PhDN] Owner telephone must be assigned “Abandon Call Memory” in Program *51 if
the [PhDN] rings on more than one telephone.
♦
Can receive OCA calls to the [PhDN].
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 34 Hold Recall Timing
System & Station
Program 34
Hold Recall Timing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns a Hold Recall Time of 032 seconds to all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
HUNT TIME = Seconds
Enter the port number having its Hold
Recall Time defined.
Enter the number of seconds the system will
wait (three digits).
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
Enter 000 for no Hold Recall. Enter 011~160 for
11 to 160 seconds.
*
*
Port
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Seconds
Port
Seconds
Port
Seconds
Port
Seconds
Program 34 Overview
Each station can have a different time (from 011 to 160 seconds) from the point of placing a
call on hold to the point of recall. Initialized data assigns a recall time of 032 seconds to all
ports.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-95
Program *34 Station Class Of Service
System & Station
Program *34
Station Class Of Service
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LED 01 ON for all ports
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
Enter the port number(s) being defined.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED = Select LEDs to light for the port
specified in the last step. Mark an “X” in the
table below for all LEDs which should be lit.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
*
*
Processor
Port Range
Processor
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Feature
LED
Port Range
Port
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
Camp-on Tone to standard telephone,
DKT, or EKT handset/Spkr
3-96
01
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *34 Station Class Of Service
System & Station
Program *34 Overview
Program *34 assigns Camp-on tone to standard telephones.
A standard telephone can receive (LED 01 ON), or be blocked (LED 01 OFF) from receiving
Camp-on tone depending on how LED 01 is programmed for its standard station port.
When LED 01 is ON for a standard telephone: Camp-on tone is sent when the busy standard
telephone receives a transferred CO line call and when the busy standard receives a direct call
from a station or CO line.
An optional Camp-on busy tone burst can be sent to standard telephone handsets/headsets
(LED 01 ON). Turn LED 01 OFF for all standard telephone ports connected to voice mail and/
or auto attendant devices.
Camp on tone to a standard telephone handset is:
♦
Two 160 ms bursts of 1209 Hz, 3-seconds apart (internal, transferred, or tie line calls)
♦
Two 1-second bursts of 1209 Hz, (interrupted by 160 ms), 3-seconds apart (external CO or
DID line call)
If this option is disabled on Toshiba digital or electronic telephones (LED 01 OFF), the
telephone will not receive camp-on tone on direct DID calls or transferred CO line calls if
there is not an idle [DN] or /LQH button to receive the call, but the telephone will continue to
receive BOV tone on direct internal or CO line calls, providing there is a [DN] or /LQH button
available for the call to ring.
Also, if a busy DKT or EKT receives any type of call and there is not an idle [DN] or /LQH
button available for the call to ring, the DKT or EKT will receive camp-on tone (if LED 01 is
ON) or will not receive camp-on or BOV tone (LED 01 OFF).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-97
Program 35 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 35
Station Class of Service
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LED 01, 02, 04, 05, 16 are ON, all other LEDs OFF.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
Enter the port number(s) being defined.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED = Select LEDs to light for the port
specified in the last step. Mark an “X” in the
table below for all LEDs which should be ON.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
*
*
Maximum LCD
Phones With
Personal
Messages
Processor
Port Range
Maximum LCD
Phones With
Personal
Messages
000~009
8
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
32
000~027
16
RCTUC/D
000~239
96
000~031
16
RCTUE/F
000~335
96
Processor
Port Range
DK14
DK40
RCTUA
Feature
LED
Busy Station Transfer
20
Busy Station Ringing
19
Automatic Hold
18
DKT 2000 Telephone Continuous
DTMF Tones OFF
17
No CF/NA Handsfree or OCA
16
Not used
15
Toll Restriction After Answer
14
Toll Restriction After Answer
13
Not used
12~06
LCD Personal Message (10~19)
Allowed
05
Message Waiting (RCV)
04
Message Waiting Lamp
Standard. Telephones
03
LCD Type/32-ON/12-OFF
02
LCD Display
01
3-98
Port
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 35 Station Class of Service
System & Station
Program 35 Overview
LED 19: Busy Station Transfer (BST), LED 20 / Busy Station Ringing (BSR)
BST and BSR operate together to ensure that a busy digital or electronic telephone station
always receives transferred line calls along with LED and tone indications. The station or
Voice Mail (VM)/auto attendant device that transfers the call must be programmed with BST
(LED 20 ON) and the station port that receives it must have BSR (LED 19 ON).
When a busy station with BSR receives a transfer from a station or VM/auto attendant with
BST, there is a muted repetitive BOV tone (see Program 31, LED 11) at the busy station; if
there is an idle [DN], its LED will flash at the ringing rate until the station transferring the call
hangs up. When it does hang up, or if there is not an idle [DN], the line call then camps-on to
the busy station. The busy station is alerted of the camp-on by a camp-on tone (see Program
*34), the CO line LED flashes at the exclusive hold rate, and a message (“CAMP-ON X”, X =
the line number) appears on the LCD (if equipped).
Among other applications, a VM/auto attendant device that transfers calls to a typically busy
answering position station benefits from this program. Some auto attendant devices cannot
transfer a call to a busy station if BST and BSR are not activated.
Notes
●
●
●
●
●
A BST station receives ringback tone, instead of busy tone, when transferring a call to a
busy BSR station.
Do not assign BST/BSR to built-in Auto Attendant announcement ports.
BST (LED 20 ON) should be assigned to all ACD agent telephones and BSR (LED 19
ON) should be assigned to all ACD supervisor telephones to allow agent assistance calls
to supervisor telephones that are busy.
LEDs 01, 02, and 04 must be ON to allow the Telephone’s Message Waiting LED to
function with voice mail—even if the Telephone is not an LCD type.
Dial out (with or without Toll Restriction) must be allowed to use Speed Dial Buttons after
answering incoming calls. If a CO line is put on hold, Toll Restriction is applied to stations
that are restricted when the held line is picked up by a toll restricted station. If “Dial out
with T.R.” is enabled, the CO line will drop if a station dials a restricted number after
answering an incoming call, or if any digit is dialed with “dial out not allowed.”
LED 18: Automatic Hold
When enabled, (LED 18 ON), station users with CO /LQH buttons can place a CO line or [DN]
call on hold, then call another line or station just by pressing another CO /LQH or [DN] button
and dialing the number. If Automatic Hold is not allowed (LED 18 OFF), users can put calls
on hold and place calls, but they must press the +ROG button before accessing another line or
[DN].
Notes
●
●
Strata DK
CO line or internal calls that appear on the [DN] buttons will automatically hold when
accessing another line.
Toshiba recommends that the 5HOHDVHDQG$QV button be provided via Program 39 to
telephones programmed for Auto Hold.
Programming
June 1998
3-99
Program 35 Station Class of Service
System & Station
LED 17: Continuous DTMF Tones Off
2000-series digital telephones can send DTMF tones for as long as station users press their
buttons (80 msec. minimum). This feature can be disabled (LED 17 ON). If it is disabled,
DTMF tones sent by these telephones will be either 80 or 160 milliseconds depending on the
selection made with Program 10-1, LED 04 and Program 10-2, LED 06.
PDKU1 does not support continuous DTMF tones on 2000-series digital telephones.
Note
LED 16: No Call Forward/No Answer on Handsfree Answerback
When enabled (LED 16 ON), a Handsfree Answerback call to an idle station in the Call
Forward No-Answer or Call Forward-Busy/No Answer mode is not forwarded. If the system
is Programmed for Voice first (Program 10-1 and 10-2, LED 01 OFF), Voice Announce calls
do not Call Forward No-Answer; however, calls will call forward busy. This prevents the call
from being forwarded 8-60 seconds after the called party has been talking in the Handsfree
Answerback mode.
Outside calls and busy internal calls to the station continue to forward with this feature set. If
the system is set for Tone First, calls will call forward on Busy and No Answer.
Notes
●
●
The caller can press the RING Soft Key on digital LCD telephones or press on digital or
electronic telephones to activate Call Forward on Voice Announce calls.
OCA calls do not Call Forward No Answer in any case.
LED 15
Not used at this time.
LEDs 13 and 14: Toll Restriction After Answer
These two LEDs determine whether or not a toll restricted telephone user is allowed to use one
touch speed dial buttons after answering an incoming CO line call. LED 13 and 14 should be
turned ON for Toll Restricted Telephones that must answer incoming CO line calls and use 6'
(speed dial) buttons programmed to perform functions that Hold or Park calls and access the
page system automatically.
LED 13
LED 14
Description
OFF
OFF
Not allowed to use Speed Dial after answering a line call.
ON
OFF
Allowed to use Speed Dial buttons but subject to toll restriction tables.
OFF
ON
Allowed to use Speed Dial buttons and not subject to toll restriction.
Initialized data sets both LEDs 13 and 14 off for all telephone users (not allowed to use
Speed Dial buttons after answering incoming CO line calls).
LED 07~12
Not used at this time.
3-100
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 35 Station Class of Service
System & Station
LED 06: Disable Hold Display Scrolling (Release 3.2)
If LED 06 is ON, Hold Display scrolling is disabled. Also, a telephone LCD cannot display
which CO lines are on hold on a [PDN] if the 6FUROO button is pressed. Hold Display causes
the [DN] button LED, of the line displayed on the LCD, to flash at a fast rate. If LED 06 is
OFF, Hold Display Scrolling is enabled. Prior to Release 3.2, Hold Display Scrolling was
always enabled. Hold Display Scrolling requires an LCD telephone.
LED 05: LCD Individual Message
This option defines which ports can allows LCD digital and electronic telephones to store up
to 10 personal messages. It offers the option of entering alphanumeric memos for each of the
LCD’s station speed dial numbers. See the record sheet legend for the maximum stations that
can have this option:
A low port must be disabled (LED 05 OFF) before adding a port above the initialized ports.
LED 04: Message Waiting (RCV)
If the message waiting indication is not desired on an electronic, digital or standard telephone,
this program can be used to deny it. This does not affect that station’s ability to send a message
waiting indication to another station ([PDN] or [PhDN]). Do not use this option to enable/
disable MW lamps on standard telephones; use LED 03 below for standard telephones.
LED 03: Standard Telephone Message Waiting Lamp Enable
This option is used to identify which station ports are connected to Standard Telephones (2500
or 500 type telephones) that have Message Waiting Lamps. LED 03 should be turned ON for
all Standard Telephones ports that should support Standard Telephone Message Waiting
lamps; LED 03 must be turned OFF for all other station ports including digital and electronic
telephone ports that support Message Waiting LEDs. This also applies to Voice Mail ports.
Important! Standard telephones that require the Message Waiting Lamp functions must be
connected to an RSTU2 PCB. Only one standard telephone with Message Waiting
Lamp is allowed to be connected to each RSTU2 port.
LED 02: LCD Type 32/12
Digital and 6000/6500-series LCD electronic telephones have 32-character displays.
Therefore, assignments should be left in the initialized state of 32 characters. LED 02 must be
ON to receive the voice mail message waiting indication.
LED 01: LCD Display
This option should be used (LED 01 ON) for all stations (even non-LCD), unless it is desired
to disable the station's LCD and message waiting functions.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-101
Program 36 Fixed Call Forward
System & Station
Program 36
Fixed Call Forward
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Does not assign a Fixed Call Forward location to any port
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
FORWARD TO TEL = Port Number
Enter the port number of the station that
needs a Fixed Call Forward location
assigned.
Enter the port number of the [PDN], [PhDN] or
DH [DN] that will be call forwarded to when the
)L[HG&DOO)RUZDUG button is pressed.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
[PhDNs] or DH [DNs] can be entered with DK
Release 3.2 and above software only.
*
*
Port
Processor
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
DH Group
Ports
Processor
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
DH Group
Ports
DK14
000~009
500~509
900~915
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~579
900~915
DK40
000~027
500~527
900~915
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
900~915
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
900~915
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
900~915
Forward to Tel Port
Port
Forward to Tel Port
Port
Forward to Tel Port
Port
Forward to Tel Port
Program 36 Overview
Fixed Call Forwarding is different from other station Call Forwarding options. It is fixed in
terms of the destination [PDN] which is assigned in this program. The station user cannot
change the Fixed Call Forward destination, unlike the other station Call Forwarding options. If
Fixed Call Forwarding is set on a station, the station does not ring and all calls forward
immediately.
Note
3-102
Telephones and attendant consoles must have a )L[HG&DOO)RUZDUG button to
activate this feature (See Programs 39 and 59).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *36 System NT Button Lock Password Changing Station Assignment
System & Station
Program *36
System NT Button Lock Password Changing Station
Assignment
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: 000
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Tenant Number 1~4
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Station port designated as Night
Transfer Lock Password Change Station for
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Tenant Number
NT Lock Station or Console Port
1
2
3
4
Program *36 Overview
Attendant Consoles and stations assigned in this program can change the System Night
Transfer (NT) Lock password by dialing the sequence below:
>3'1@ Tenant Number 1~4
5HGLDO
or
Night Transfer Lock Password
Only one station or console can change the code. System/Tenant CO lines can be locked into
the Day, Day2, or Night ringing mode only after the NT Lock password is entered. Locking
the system into a particular ringing mode adds security to line call routing which prevents
accidental or mischievous changing of the system ringing mode.
Any telephone or an attendant console can lock the system into a ringing mode. The telephone
or console must have both a 1LJKW7UDQVIHUand an 1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN button and the
person locking the system must enter the password.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-103
Program *36 System NT Button Lock Password Changing Station Assignment
System & Station
NT lock related programs include:
Program 39
Station Flexible Button Assignments – 1LJKW7UDQVIHUand
1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN buttons
3-104
Program 59
Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes – 1LJKW7UDQVIHUand
1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN buttons
Program *36
NT Lock Station Assignment. Program *36 is not required to assign
attendant consoles to NT Lock functions
Program *15
CO Line Tenant Assignments
Program 74
System NT Lock Password Assignment
Program 77-3
Tenant Night Ring Over External Page Assignments
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 37 Ring Transfer (Camp-on) Recall Time
System & Station
Program 37
Ring Transfer (Camp-on) Recall Time
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns Ring Transfer Recall Time of 32 seconds to all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
HOLD TIME = Port Number
Enter the port number that needs a Ring
Transfer Recall Time assigned.
Enter the Ring Transfer Recall Time (three
digits, in seconds)
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
Enter 011~999 for 11 to 999 seconds.
*
*
Port
Hold Time
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Port
Hold Time
Port
Hold Time
Port
Hold Time
Program 37 Overview
If a busy or ringing station does not answer a call sent to it via ring (blind) call transfer (lines
or [DNs]), the station originating the ring (blind) transfer is recalled after an amount of time
determined with this program. This time (011~999 seconds) is set independently for each
originating station port. Initialized data sets all stations for a 032-second recall time. Ring
Transfer must first be enabled for the system with Program 10-1, LED 07 ON.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-105
Program *37 Park Recall Timing
System & Station
Program *37
Park Recall Timing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns Ring Transfer Recall Time of 32 seconds to all ports
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
*
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Seconds
Port
Seconds
6SNU +ROG
Enter the number of seconds the system will
wait (three digits). Enter 011~999 for 11 to 999
seconds.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low
port high port).
Port
6SNU +ROG
PARK TIME = Seconds
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
Enter the port number having its Park Recall
Time assigned.
*
Port
Seconds
Port
Seconds
Program *37 Overview
Each station can have a different duration (from 011 to 999 seconds) from the time of parking
a call to the time the parked party recalls the station. Initialized data assigns a park recall time
of 032 seconds to all ports.
3-106
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 38 Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
System & Station
Program 38
Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Assigns Code 31 to all ports
Important!
If you only want to view Program 38
data, do not press +ROG, press 6SNU.
Pressing +ROG will change Program 39
assignments.
6SNU
...or
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Enter the port number of the station that
needs a keystrip defined.
Code 21
Code 31
Code 32
Code 33
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
Port
Button Menu
Strata DK
Programming
6SNU +ROG
*
=
=
=
=
10-button telephone
20-button (A) telephone
20-button (B) telephone
20-button (C) telephone
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Port
June 1998
Button Menu
6SNU +ROG
BUTTON MENU = Code
Enter the appropriate code:
SELECT = Port Number
*
Port
Button Menu
Port
Button Menu
3-107
Program 38 Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
System & Station
Program 38 Overview
Four telephone button arrangements are provided (see the Program 38 System Record Sheet).
It is best to start with one of these four, and then move on to Program 39, where individual
buttons may be programmed. Initialized data treats all digital telephone ports as 20-button
types with 17 CO /LQH buttons, one [PDN] button, one 'R1RW'LVWXUE button, and the
6SHHG'LDO button. See the System Record Sheet for electronic telephone arrangements.
Important!
●
Always complete Program 38 before proceeding to Program 39.
●
DKAdmin will program a Pause on buttons 11~20 on 10-key telephones.
Assignments for 2000-Series Digital Telephone Keystrips
All Call
Voice Page
Speed Dial 1
(for DK40 only) ...or
Speed Dial
1
Line 9
Do Not Disturb
Line 8
Do Not Disturb
Line 7
Line 7
Line 172
Line 6
Line 6
Line 16
Line 5
Line 5
Line 15
Line 4
Line 4
Line 14
Line 3
Line 3
Line 13
Line 2
Line 2
Line 12
Line 1
Line 1
Line 11
[PDN]
[PDN]
Line 10
Code 21 – 10-Button
Code 31 (Default) – 20-Button (A)
Speed Dial1
Do Not Disturb
SD 14
SD 13
SD 12
SD 11
SD 10
Line 12
Line 11
Line 10
DK424 and DK40
Code 32 – 20-Button (B)
Line 9
Line 8
Line 7
Line 6
Line 5
Line 4
Line 3
Line 2
Line 1
[PDN]
SD10
Line 8
Line 7
Line 6
Line 5
Line 4
Line 3
Line 2
Line 1
[PDN]
Flash
Do Not Disturb
Speed Dial
Redial
Speed Dial Pause
SD 15
SD 14
SD 13
SD 12
SD 11
DK424
Code 33 – 20-Button (C)
(Keystrip not provided, but can be assigned)
3-108
Speed Dial1
Do Not Disturb
SD 22
SD 21
SD 20
SD 19
SD 18
SD 17
SD 16
SD 15
SD14
SD13
SD12
SD11
SD10
Line 4
Line 3
Line 2
Line 1
[PDN]
DK14
Code 32 – 20-Button (B)
Line 9
Line 8
Line 7
Line 6
Line 5
Line 4
Line 3
Line 2
Line 1
[PDN]
Flash
Do Not Disturb
Speed Dial
Redial
Speed Dial Pause
Line 12
Line 11
Line 10
DK40
Code 33 – 20-Button (C)
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 38 Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
System & Station
Assignments for 1000-Series Digital Telephone Keystrips
CO15
CO16
CO17
DND
SDS
SD12
SD13
SD14
DND
SDS
PAU
RDL
SDS
DND
FLASH
CO10
CO11
CO12
CO13
CO14
CO10
CO11
CO12
SD10
SD11
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
CO5
CO6
CO7
CO8
CO9
CO5
CO6
CO7
CO8
CO9
CO5
CO6
CO7
CO8
CO9
[PDN]
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
[PDN]
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
[PDN]
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Code 31 (Default) – 20-Button (A)
Code 32 – 20-Button (B)
Code 33 – 20-Button (C)
Assignments for Electronic Telephone Keystrips
MW/FL1
CO9
MW/FL1
Do Not Disturb
CO8
Do Not Disturb
CO7
CO7
CO172
CO6
CO6
CO16
CO5
CO5
CO15
CO4
CO4
CO14
CO3
CO3
CO13
CO2
CO2
CO12
CO1
CO1
CO11
[PDN]
[PDN]
CO10
Code 21 – 10-Button
Code 31 (Default) – 20-Button (A)
MW/FL1
CO8
Do Not Disturb
CO7
SD14
CO6
SD13
CO5
SD12
CO4
SD11
CO3
SD10
CO2
CO12
CO1
CO11
[PDN]
CO10
Code 32 – 20-Button (B)
CO9
MW/FL1
CO8
Do Not Disturb
CO7
SDS
CO6
RDL
CO5
PAU
CO4
SD15
CO3
SD14
CO2
SD13
CO1
SD12
[PDN]
SD11
Code 33 – 20-Button (C)
SD10
1
The 6SHHG'LDO button is the same as the 6'6 or 5(3 buttons in previous Strata systems (Program 39, Code 97). Also, if
changing PEKU PCBs (electronic telephone) to PDKU PCBs (digital telephone), or vice versa, always check that the 6SHHG
'LDO or 0:)/ button is set appropriately in Program 39.
2
This button is initialized as 6' with RCTUA since there are only 16 CO lines.
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Programming
June 1998
3-109
Program 38 Digital and Electronic Telephone Keystrip Type
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
30, 50, 70
90, 110, 130,
150, 170, 190
29, 49, 69
89, 109, 129,
149, 169, 189
28, 48, 68
88, 108, 128,
148, 168, 188
27, 47, 67
87, 107, 127,
147, 167, 187
26, 46, 66
86, 106, 126,
146, 166, 186
25, 45, 65
85, 105, 125,
145, 165, 185
24, 44, 64
84, 104, 124,
144, 164, 184
23, 43, 63
83, 103, 123,
143, 163, 183
22, 42, 62
82, 102, 122,
142, 162, 182
21, 41, 61
81, 101, 121,
141, 161, 181
9 20
8 19
7 18
6 17
5 16
4 15
3 14
2 13
1 12
0 11
Note
3-110
40, 60, 80
100, 120, 140,
160, 180, 200
39, 59, 79
99, 119, 139,
159, 179, 199
38, 58, 78
98, 118, 138,
158, 178, 198
37, 57, 77
97, 117, 137,
157, 177, 197
36, 56, 76
96, 116, 136,
156, 176, 196
35, 55, 75
95, 115, 135,
155, 175, 195
34, 54, 74
94, 114, 134,
154, 174, 194
33, 53, 73
93, 113, 133,
153, 173, 193
32, 52, 72
92, 112, 132,
152, 172, 192
31, 51, 71
91, 111, 131,
151, 171, 191
9
8
7
6
System & Station
16, 36, 56, 76
96, 116, 136,
156, 176, 196
17, 37, 57, 77
97, 117, 137,
157, 177, 197
18, 38, 58, 78
98, 118, 138,
158, 178, 198
19, 39, 59, 79
99, 119, 139,
159, 179, 199
20, 40, 60, 80
100, 120, 140,
160, 180, 200
11, 31, 51, 71
91, 111, 131,
151, 171, 191
12, 32, 52, 72
92 112, 132,
152, 172, 192
13, 33, 53, 73
93, 113, 133,
153, 173, 193
14, 34, 54, 74
94, 114, 134,
154, 174, 194
15, 35, 55, 75
95, 115, 135,
155, 175, 195
06, 26, 46, 66
86, 106, 126,
146, 166, 186
07, 27, 47, 67
87, 107, 127,
147, 167, 187
08, 28, 48, 68
88, 108, 128,
148, 168, 188
09, 29, 49, 69
89, 109, 129,
149, 169, 189
10, 30, 50, 70
90, 110, 130,
150, 170, 190
01, 21, 41, 61
81, 101, 121,
141, 161, 181
02, 22, 42, 62
82, 102, 122,
142, 162, 182
03, 23, 43, 63
83, 103, 123,
143, 163, 183
04, 24, 44, 64
84, 104, 124,
144, 164, 184
05, 25, 45, 65
85, 105, 125,
145, 165, 185
1843
5
1000-series digital telephone strip - shows programming button/LED
assignment locations. Shown as reference only - not available as an
individual strip.
4
3
LED Buttons and CO line numbers (01~20)
2
Last digit of EK port number for
programs with a format like *71, *72, and *73
1
CO line numbers (21~200)
0
2000-series digital telephone strip - supplied with each Strata DK I&M manual
and each Documentation Package that ships with the system. Can also be
used with 6000- and 6500-series electronic telephones.
Button numbers 01~200 on electronic telephones (6000, 6500 series, etc.) are in the
same position as shown on the 2000-series digital telephone programming keystrip.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *38 Standard Telephone Ring-Down Destination
System & Station
Program *38
Standard Telephone Ring-Down Destination
Processor Type:
Release 4.0 and higher RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Does not assign Ring Down Destination to any port
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Standard Telephone Logical Port Number
FORWARD TO TEL = Port Number
Enter the port number of the station that needs a Ring
Down Destination assigned.
Enter the port number of the [PDN], [PhDN] or
DH [DN] that should ring when the Ring-Down
Timer (Program 12-1) expires.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
port).
*
Processor
[PDN] Port
Range
* high
[PhDN] Port
Range
DH Group
Ports
Processor
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
DH Group
Ports
900~915
DK14
N/A
N/A
900~915
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~579
DK40
N/A
N/A
900~915
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
900~915
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
900~915
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
900~915
Port
Forward to Tel Port
Strata DK
Programming
Port
June 1998
Forward to Tel Port
Port
Forward to Tel Port
Port
Forward to Tel Port
3-111
Program *38 Standard Telephone Ring-Down Destination
System & Station
Program *38 Overview
Standard telephones can be assigned to ring a destination automatically by going off-hook
(ring down). They can also be programmed to ring a destination if an incomplete valid number
is dialed. This program assigns the ring down destination. The timer in Program 12-1
determines when the destination should ring after the standard telephone goes off hook or if an
incomplete valid number is dialed.
If a standard telephone is assigned a ring down destination, ring down will always occur after
the ring down timer expires unless a valid feature access code or [DN] is dialed prior to the
ring down timer expiration (Program 12-1). Ring down applies only to standard telephone
ports, not electronic or digital telephone ports.
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Program 39
Flexible Button Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: See Program 38
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Port Number
Port No. _______
10
20
6SNU +ROG
Press LED Button to be defined.
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
*
Location:
Button
6SNU +ROG
Code
Enter the port number(s) to which class of
service must be assigned. To add a port range,
enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
Button
Code
Button
Code
Button
20
10
20
10
20
10
20
09
19
09
19
09
19
09
19
08
18
08
18
08
18
08
18
07
17
07
17
07
17
07
17
06
16
06
16
06
16
06
16
05
15
05
15
05
15
05
15
04
14
04
14
04
14
04
14
03
13
03
13
03
13
03
13
02
12
02
12
02
12
02
12
01
11
01
11
01
11
01
11
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
Code
Button
Code
Button
Code
10
20
10
20
10
20
09
19
09
19
09
19
09
19
08
18
08
18
08
18
08
18
07
17
07
17
07
17
07
17
06
16
06
16
06
16
06
16
05
15
05
15
05
15
05
15
04
14
04
14
04
14
04
14
03
13
03
13
03
13
03
13
02
12
02
12
02
12
02
12
01
11
01
11
01
11
01
11
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
❏
❏
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
Button
Code
Button
Port No. _______
10
20
Button
Code
Button
Code
10
20
10
20
10
20
09
19
09
19
09
19
09
19
08
18
08
18
08
18
08
18
07
17
07
17
07
17
07
17
06
16
06
16
06
16
06
16
05
15
05
15
05
15
05
15
04
14
04
14
04
14
04
14
03
13
03
13
03
13
03
13
02
12
02
12
02
12
02
12
01
11
01
11
01
11
01
11
June 1998
❏
❏
Button
20
Programming
Code
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Code
LCD
DIU
❏
❏
Location:
Code
10
Strata DK
❏
❏
Button
20
10
20
❏
❏
Location:
10
Port No. _______
LCD
DIU
Location:
Code
10
Port No. _______
❏
❏
Code
3-113
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Program 39 Overview
Program 39 assigns features to the flexible buttons for individual telephones in the system.
Several different types of buttons can be assigned through this program, including:
♦
Feature Buttons
♦
Directory Number Buttons: Primary, Secondary, and Phantom ([PDN], [SDN] and
[PhDNs]). Also, Message Waiting buttons can be assigned to Phantom buttons.
♦
Alert Signal Buttons (Buzz key)
Feature Buttons Assignments
You can assign commonly used telephone features to any of the flexible buttons. Button
assignments can be different for individual telephones. See Table 3-1 for a list of features that
can be assigned to telephones. Feature button assignments can also be made by the telephone
user if that user’s Class of Service and/or other programming permits the feature.
Important! DKAdmin will program a Pause on buttons 11~20 on 10-key telephones.
➤ To assign features to flexible buttons
1. Complete Program 38 before Program 39. Initialized data assigns the keystrip pattern
associated with Code 31 from Program 38.
2. You can use the Flexible Button Assignments forms (see “Program 39 Flexible Button
Assignments” on Page 3-113) to indicate where feature buttons will be placed. Use the
programming sequence on the following page to perform the following steps.
3. Program the port number or enter a range of port numbers.
4. Press the button which will be associated with that feature.
5. Enter the feature code.
6. Repeat this procedure until all feature buttons have been assigned.
Table 3-1
Feature Button Codes for Digital and Electronic Telephones
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
Account Code
Account Code or ACCNT
450
Allows a Voluntary Account Code entry.
Alarm
Alarm Reset or ALRM
477
Resets alarm condition system-wide.
Alert Signaling (see following pages)
All Call Voice Page
All Call Page or AC
489
Pages up to 120 idle electronic or digital telephones
over speaker.
Automatic Busy
Redial
Auto Busy Redial or ABR
470
Sets ABR of busy outgoing number.
Automatic Callback
Busy
Auto Callback or ACB
494
Sets ACB for station recalled by busy line.
Background Music
Tel Set Music or BGM
478
Turns BGM ON or OFF through station speaker.
Call Forward All Calls
Call Frwd All Calls or CFAC
487
All calls forward to selected station.
Call Forward A.C.
Fixed
Call Frwd to: or CFF
486
Forwards all calls to pre-defined destination. See
Program 36.
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Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
Call Forward Busy
Call Frwd Busy or CFB
459
Forwards calls to selected station if station is busy.
Call Forward Busy/No
Answer
Call Frwd Busy/NAns or CFB/
NA
457
Forwards calls to selected station if station is busy or
does not answer.
Call Forward External
Call Frwd External or CF-EXT
460
Forward calls externally.
Call Forward No
Answer
Call Frwd No Answer or CFNA
458
Forwards calls to selected station if station does not
answer.
Call Park2
Park in Orbit or PARK (R3)
464
Call Park Only.
Call Park LCD
Display
Park Orbit DIsplay or CPD (R3)
465
CP Display Button and Mode 64 can be used
interchangeably. Displays call parked via telephone
LCD.
Call Park and Page
Call Park/Page or CP/PG (R3)
463
Parking and Paging Park Pickup.
Call Pickup (Directed)
Directed Pickup or PKUP
484
Picks up ringing or held intercom, trunk calls, and page.
1
PKUP 4
435
Picks up tenant’s ringing CO calls.
Call Pickup Tenant 31
PKUP 3
436
See Program *15 for Tenant Group assignments.
Call Pickup Tenant 21
PKUP 2
437
Call Pickup Tenant 11
PKUP 1
438
Group Pickup
480
Picks up a call to any group to which station is assigned
in *31.
Unanswered Caller
ID and/or ANI Stored
Number Auto Dial
Lost Call Auto Dial (R3) or
LCAD
462
Will Auto Dial a Caller ID and/or Automatic Number
Identification (ANI) telephone number that was stored in
station Caller ID/ANI memory.
CO Line Appearance
Line 1~200 or CO 001~CO 200
Data
Data Call or DATA
456
Used to place data call.
Data Release
Data Release or DRLS
454
Releases data call.
Direct Station
Selection
DSS
Call Pickup Tenant 4
Call Pickup (Group)
2
001~20
0
#000~
#239
CO line access of appearing calls.
Assigns DSS hotline keys to port number.
Directory Numbers (see following pages)
Do Not Disturb
Do Not Disturb or DND
498
Prevents calls to station.
Door Lock 0 ~4
(DDCB/HDCB)
Unlock Door 0 or DRLK 0
471
Momentarily unlocks door (3 or 6 seconds).
Unlock Door 1 or DRLK 1
472
See Program 77-1 and 77-2.
Unlock Door 2 or DRLK 2
473
Unlock Door 3 or DRLK 3
474
Unlock Door 4 or DRLK 4
475
Handset Off-Hook
Call Announce
HS-OCA
468
Activates 2-way voice path to Off-Hook Call Announce
caller. (R3)
ISDN Sub-address
Sub-address
467
Separates the called party’s ISDN sub-address from the
called party number. The digit performs this function
on standard telephones.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-115
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
Button Function
Button Labels
System & Station
Code
Notes
ISDN Start
Start
469
Initiates DK to send dialed digits to the ISDN network
when this button is pressed from a digital or electronic
telephone. Program *63-2 invokes the same function
when the Dial Timer expires. Also see Tone Button in
this table.
LCD Message Select
LCD Msg Select or LCD M
481
Begins LCD message selection.
Message Waiting and
Flash
Msg Wait, Flash or MW/FL
499
Provides message waiting LED for EKT and Flash
Button.
Microphone Cutoff
Microphn Cut-off or MCO
488
Sets microphone ON/OFF for incoming handsfree
Directory Number [DN] calls.
Modem
Modem or MODEM
455
Used to reserve modem in modem pool.
Night Transfer
Tenant 11
Night Transfer1 or NT1
439
Sets Tenant CO line DAY/NIGHT ring mode.
Night Transfer
Tenant 21
Night Transfer2 or NT2
440
Night Transfer
Tenant 31
Night Transfer3 or NT3
441
Night Transfer
Tenant 41
Night Transfer4 or NT4
442
Night Transfer Lock
Tenant 1
Night Lock1 or NT1 L1
431
Available with RCTUA3, RCTUBA3/RCTUBB3 or
RCTUC/D3 Release 3 or above only.
Night Transfer Lock
Tenant 2
Night Lock2 or NT2 L2
432
Used to lock system ringing mode: DAY, DAY2, NIGHT
See Programs 74 and *36 for NT Lock Password
assignments.
Night Transfer Lock
Tenant 3
Night Lock3 or NT3 L3
433
Night Transfer Lock
Tenant 4
Night Lock4 or NT4 L4
434
Pause
Spd Dial Pause or PAU
495
Sets pause in Speed dial See Program 12-3.
Pause (Long)
Spd Dial Lng Pause or PAU/L
493
Sets a 10-second pause in Speed Dial.
Pooled Line
Pooled Line Grp or PL
Privacy
Privacy On Line or PRIV
453
Prevents Privacy Override (not Executive Override).
Privacy Release
Privacy Release or PRV RLS
479
Changes station Privacy mode to Non-private for CO
lines.
Redial Last Number
(# Button)
Redial or RDL
496
Redials the last number.
Release to Idle
Release Call or RLS
476
Releases current call and makes station idle.
Release and Answer
Release and Ans or RLS/ANS
466
Simulates On-hook/Off-hook operation to release an
existing call and answer new incoming/ringing call.
Save Last Dialed
Number
Save Last Number on SAVE
485
Saves last number dialed for future speed dial.
Speed Dial Select
( Button)
Speed Dial or SDS
497
Begins speed dial selection.
301~31
6
Multiple CO line may appear under one button.
*
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Button Function
Button Labels
Station Speed Dial
Codes
Code
SD (All DK systems)
System Speed Dial
Codes
Reserves button for station speed dial. Station Speed
Dial code ranges vary per processor:
*10~9 *4
DK14, DK40, RCTUA
*10~9 *4
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D
*100~
139 *
RCTUE/F
SD
Tone
Notes
Speed dial number set by station port 000. System
Speed Dial code ranges vary per processor:
Tone Dial Select or TONE
*60~9 *9
DK14, DK40, RCTUA
*600~
*
699
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D
*200~
*
999
RCTUE/F
490
CO dial signals set to tone or pulse.
1
See Program *15 for Tenant Group assignments.
2
Picks up calls to telephones in any call pickup group to which the telephone is assigned in Program *31.
Directory Number Button Assignments
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
; ; ;
Enter the logical port number of the
telephone that will be assigned a [DN]
button.
Press the telephone button to which the
[DN] button should be assigned.
< < <
...or
= = =
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
YYY = the Program 04 Port Number
(000~336) of the [DN] that should be
assigned. If YYY=XXX, then the [DN]
is the [PDN]; if YYY does not = XXX,
then the [DN] is an [SDN].
ZZZ = the Program *04 Port Number
(500~835) of the [PhDN] that should
be assigned.
Directory Numbers are assigned to the flexible button positions on telephones.
♦
Primary Directory Number Buttons [PDNs] are similar to Intercom numbers.
♦
Secondary Directory Numbers [SDNs] are [PDNs] which appear on another telephone.
♦
Phantom Directory Numbers [PhDNs] are generally used as numbers that may appear on a
group of telephones, such as an extension number which rings all phones in a department.
♦
There are a number of considerations for assigning Directory Numbers. Toshiba suggests
reading the following steps and Directory Number Considerations before assigning [DNs].
➤ To assign directory numbers to flexible buttons
1. Refer to the next page to determine how many and what type of Directory Numbers to
assign per telephone. You can use the Flexible Button Assignments forms to indicate
where [DNs] will be placed (see “Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments” on
Page 3-113).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
3-117
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
2. Assign [PDNs] and [SDNs] by entering the Program 04 port number assignment sequence
shown below. Refer to Program 04 for Station Logical Port Numbers.
##YYY, where YYY is the port number of the DN.
If a telephone has multiple [PDN] buttons, put the lowest number [NNNN-1] on the top,
the next lowest number [NNNN-2] below that, etc. This is the order in which they will
ring (from the top down). See the Directory Number Programming Example.
3. Assign [PhDNs] by entering the Program *04 port number assignment sequence shown
below. Refer to Program *04 for Station Logical Port Numbers. Also refer to Program *33
to determine which Station Logical Port Number is the owner of the [PhDN].
##ZZZ, where ZZZ is the Program *04 port number of the [PhDN].
Button Type
Primary Directory
Numbers [PDNs]
4-Maximum of
same [PDN] per
telephone
Secondary
Directory Numbers
[SDNs]
16 total [PDNs] +
[SDNs];
Button Labels
Code
Notes
[PDN] NNNN - 1, Highest button
[PDN] NNNN - 2, next highest
[PDN] NNNN - 3, next highest
[PDN] NNNN - 4, Lowest button
##YYY
##YYY
##YYY
##YYY
YYY = the Program 04 station logical port
number of the [DN] that should appear as a
[PDN]. YYY should be the same port number
as the port number (XXX) of the telephone to
which the [PDN] is assigned. NNNN is the
actual [DN] assignment for Port YYY in
Program 04.
[SDN] NNNN - 1, Highest button
[SDN] NNNN - 2, next highest
[SDN] NNNN - 3, next highest
[SDN] NNNN - 4, Lowest button
##YYY
##YYY
##YYY
##YYY
YYY = the Program 04 station logical port
number of the [DN] that should appear as a
[SDN]. YYY should not be the same port
number as the port number (XXX) of the
telephone on which the [SDN] is assigned.
NNNN is the actual DN assignment for Port
YYY in Program 04.
[PhDN] NNNN
##ZZZ
ZZZ = the Program *04 Port ref. number of
the [PhDN]. NNNN is the actual [DN]
assignment for Port ZZZ in Program *04.
Each [PhDN] must have an owner telephone
assigned in Program *33. If an owner is not
assigned, the [PhDN] can originate but
cannot receive calls.
[PhDN/MW] - 1 Lowest [PhDN]
[PhDN/MW] - 2 Next Highest
[PhDN/MW] - 3 Next Highest
[PhDN/MW] - 4 Highest [PhDN]
423
424
425
426
Message Waiting Key for [PhDNs] assigned
to telephone. Telephone must be assigned as
[PhDN] owner in Program *33 to allow it to be
equipped with a [PhDN/MW] button.
4-Maximum of
same [SDN] per
telephone
Phantom Directory
Numbers [PhDNs]
8-Maximum unique
[PhDNs]
1-Maximum of
same [PhDN] per
telephone
Phantom Directory
Number Message
Waiting button
[PhDN]
4- maximum
[PhDN/MW] per
telephone
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Directory Number Programming Example
Program *33: Assign Station Logical Port 000 as owner of [PhDN] 500 and 502.
Assign Station Logical Port 001 as owner of [PhDN] 501.
Program 04
ZZZ = 502
PhDN 4502
MW 4502
Code = 424
ZZZ = 501
PhDN 4501
ZZZ = 500
PhDN 4500
MW 4500
Code = 423
YYY = 002
SDN 3202
CO 10
SDN 3201-1
YYY = 001
YYY = 000
PhDN 4501
ZZZ = 501
CO 9
SDN 3201-2
CO 3
PDN 3200-1
CO 2
PDN 3200-2
CO 1
ZZZ = 500
YYY = 003
YYY = 000
YYY = 001
PDN 3200-3
MW4501
PhDN 4500
SDN 3203
CO 11
SDN 3200-1
CO 10
SDN 3200-2
CO 9
PDN 3200-3
CO 3
PDN 3201-1
CO 2
PDN 3201-2
CO 1
Station 3200
Port 000
Port No.
XXX
and
YYY
Directory
No.
[PDN/SDN]
NNNN
000
3200
001
3201
002
3202
003
3203
Program *04
Port No.
ZZZ
Directory
No. [PhDN]
NNNN
500
4500
501
4501
502
4502
503
4503
Station 3201
Port 001
XXX= 000
1569
XXX= 001
♦
The total number of [DNs] allowed on a telephone ([PDN], [SDNs], and [PhDNs]) is
limited to the number of buttons on the telephone (i.e., a 20-button telephone can have 20
[DN] buttons).
♦
The number of [SDN] buttons programmed on a telephone for a given Primary Directory
Number must always be the same as the number of [PDN] buttons that exist on the [PDN]
owner telephone.
Example: If [PDN] 200 appears on 3 buttons on station 200, and [SDN] 200 should appear
on station 201, then [SDN] 200 must appear on 3-buttons on station 201. Never put more
(or less) [SDN] buttons of the same Directory Number on a telephone than [PDN] buttons
that appear on the [PDN] owner telephone. If this guideline is not followed, calls to the
[PDN] telephone will be missed on the [SDN] telephone.
♦
The maximum number of [DNs] per system is listed below:
Maximum [PDNs] per
System
Maximum [PhDNs] per
System
Total Number of Unique [DNs]
per system [PDNs] + [PhDNs]
DK14
10
10
20
DK40
27
27
54
RCTUA
32
32
64
160
Processor
Strata DK
RCTUBA/BB
80
80
RCTUC/D
240
240
480
RCTUE/F
336
336
672
♦
[PhDN] can appear on all Toshiba telephones in the system, but a [PhDN] is limited to
ring on 120 telephones maximum.
♦
Phantom [DN] owner telephones have the following attributes:
♦
Set Call Forward for [PhDNs]
♦
Set Call Forward Mail Box destinations (VM ID codes) for [PhDNs]
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
♦
Receive Message Waiting indication for up to four Phantom Directory Numbers on
individual [PhDN/MW] button LEDs
♦
When off-hook, the [PhDN] telephone owner will receive OCA calls directed to a
busy the [PhDN].
♦
[PDN] and/or [PhDN] Call Forward/Message retrieval can only be set/received from
the [PDN] and/or [PhDN] owner telephone.
Alert Signal Button Assignments
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
Enter the logical port number of the
telephone that will be assigned an
$OHUW6LJQDO button.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
YYY = the Program 39 code for the $OHUW
button that should be installed.
6LJQDO
Press the telephone button to which $OHUW
6LJQDO should be assigned.
Station Number: _______
Alert Signal Button
No.
Code
1
427
2
428
3
429
4
430
Button Number (01~20)
Speed Dial Number
Alert Signal Button Partner
Station Number
Button Number (01~20)
Speed Dial Number
Alert Signal Button Partner
Station Number
Station Number: _______
Alert Signal Button
No.
Code
1
427
2
428
3
429
4
430
The Alert Signal is four short bursts of tone, sent two times/three seconds apart from one
partner station when the other partner station when one of the partners presses the $OHUW
6LJQDObutton on their telephone. An Alert Signal can be sent to stations that are idle or busy,
or in Call Forward or Do Not Disturb mode. No talk path will exist before or after the Alert
Signal is activated.
Important! Both partner stations must have the same Alert Signal button number
programmed in Program 39 and the appropriate Speed Dial Number
programmed to allow the Alert Signal buttons to operate.
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments
System & Station
Alert Signal Button Programming Example
Station 200
Station 202
Code = 427
SD *48 = 202
Signal 1
Signal 1
Code = 427
SD *48 = 200
Code = 428
SD *47 = 203
Signal 2
Signal 2
Code = 428
SD *47 = 201
Code = 430
SD *45 = 204
Signal 4
Station 203
Station 201
Code = 427
SD *48 = 203
Signal 1
Code = 428
SD *47 = 202
Signal 2
Code = 429
SD *46 = 204
Signal 1
Code = 427
SD *48 = 201
Signal 2
Code = 428
SD *47 = 200
Station 204
Signal 3
Code = 429
SD *46 = 201
Signal 4
Code = 430
SD *45 = 200
Signal 3
1571
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Program *40 Distributed Hunt Group Member Assignments
System & Station
Program *40
Distributed Hunt Group Member Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, all RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: No member (station port) assigned to any DH Group
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Hunt Port Number
SELECT = Distributed Hunt (DH)
Group Number (see legend)
When editing the data field, use LED
Button 01 to delete a number.
Hunt order (01~32)
Processor
DH Port Range
Hunt Port Range
Processor
DH Port Range
Hunt Port Range
DK14
900~915
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
900~915
000~079
DK40
900~915
000~027
RCTUC/D
900~915
000~239
RCTUA
900~915
000~031
RCTUE/F
900~915
000~335
DH Port
(900~915)
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Hunt Order
(01-32)
Hunt Port
Number
DH Port
(900~915)
Hunt Order
(01-32)
Hunt Port
Number
DH Port
(900~915)
Strata DK
Hunt Order
(01-32)
Programming
Hunt Port
Number
June 1998
Program *40 Distributed Hunt Group Member Assignments
System & Station
Program *40 Overview
This program assigns the members (station primary [DN] port numbers and hunting orders
[01~32] of Distributed Hunt (DH) groups [900~915]). When a member of a DH group is
added or deleted, all the other members’ hunting orders are automatically shifted to a new
sequential order.
If Ground/Loop start CO lines ring DH Group member telephones, use Program 81~89 to
assign the selected CO lines to ring the DH group (900~915); do not use *81, *84, and *87 to
assign [PDNs] or [PhDNs] to flash and ring on the DH Group member telephones. Instead, put
the CO lines in a pooled line group and put the appropriate 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons on the
DH member telephones. Do not assign DH Group member telephones to ring in Program
81~89.
To assign ANI/DNIS/DID/tie and Internal calls to ring DH groups, use Program *04, *09,
*71~*73, or 71 (1~3) as required and do not put DID or tie line pooled or direct line buttons on
DH member telephones. These calls ring the DH member telephone [PDN].
Each port assigned to a Program 31 Voice Mail Group should also be assigned to a dedicated
Distributed Hunt Group. (See Program 31 record sheet overview for Voice Mail/Distributed
Hunt program example.)
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Program *41 for DK424 T1 Assignment Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Program *41 for DK424
T1 Assignment Series (Part 1)
Processor Type:
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: See each program
Series Overview
Use Program *41 (Part 1) and *42 (Part 2) series to set T1 parameters and assignments on the
DK424. See the Strata DK Configuration and T1 sections for additional T1 information.
RCTU support is as follows:
Number of RDTU’s
Supported
Processor
RCTUBA/BB
2
RCTUC/D
6
RCTUE/F
8
Program *41-1
T1 Span (RDTU) Frame and Line Code Assignments
Initialized Default: LED 01 and LED 02 OFF for all T1 span lines
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Set as described below.
Select the RDTU being programmed (1~8)
Extended Superframe
LED 01 ON
6SNU +ROG
LEDs 01 and 02
SELECT = 1
T1 Span
Superframe
LED 01 OFF
B8ZS
LED 02 ON
AMI Code
LED 02 OFF
1 RDTU
2 RDTU
3 RDTU
4 RDTU
5 RDTU
6 RDTU
7 RDTU
8 RDTU
Program *41-1 Overview
T1 Span Framing Assignments: Each RDTU PCB can be individually assigned for
Superframe (LED 01 OFF) or Extended Superframe (LED 01 ON).
T1 Span Line Code Assignments: Each RDTU PCB can be individually assigned for B8ZS
(LED 02 ON) or AMI coding (LED 02 OFF).
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Program *41 for DK424 T1 Assignment Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Program *41-2
T1 Channel Assignments
Initialized Default: 1 = Loop Start
More channels
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
Turn System Power OFF (5 sec) then ON
or...
SELECT = 2
Run Program 91-2
Enter the RDTU being programmed (1~8).
Enter the RDTU channel number (01~24)
to be assigned a line type.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
*
*
Enter the line type to be assigned to the RDTU channel:
1 = Loop Start (initialized) 4 = tie (Wink)
2 = Ground Start
5 = DID (immediate)
3 = tie (immediate)
6 = DID (Wink)
See Programs 17 and 71 for other tie/DID assignments;.
See Program *17 and Program *09 for other DID assignments.
Processor
Line Range
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUE/F
001~200
RDTU:___________
Slot:___________
RDTU:___________
Slot:___________
RDTU:___________
Slot:___________
RDTU Channel No.
Line Type
RDTU Channel No.
Line Type
RDTU Channel No.
Line Type
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
19
19
19
20
20
20
21
21
21
22
22
22
23
23
23
24
24
24
Important! See Program 17 for other tie/DID assignments; see Program *17 and Program
*09 for other DID assignments.
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Program *41 for DK424 T1 Assignment Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Notes
You must cycle system power or run Program 91-2 to transfer Program *41-2 data from
temporary memory to working memory. Turn system power OFF (five seconds) and ON
after running Program *41-2.
●
Always install RDTU PCBs that have tie or DID channels in slot numbers that are higher
than station and Attendant Console PCB slot numbers whenever possible. Each tie or DID
line installed uses a station port in software (see the Configuration worksheets for tie/DID
configuration in the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual).
●
Program *41-2 Overview
RDTUs provide 8, 16, or 24 channels as set in Program 03. Each channel can operate
independently as CO lines (ground start or loop start), tie lines (Wink or Immediate Start), or
DID lines (Wink or Immediate Start). Assign the number of channels for each RDTU with
Program 03.
Important! Program 91-2 must be run or System Power must be momentarily turned OFF
(five seconds) then ON for Program *41-2 to take effect.
Program *41-3
T1 Span Transmit Level Pad Assignments
Initialized Default: 5 (-6dB)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 3
1
2
3
4
5
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter one of the following pad codes for the
transmission of path:
Enter the RDTU being programmed (1~8).
RDTU No.
6
PAD Code
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
+6 dB pad
+3 dB pad
0 dB pad
-3 dB pad
-6 dB pad (Initialized: PAD_S = 5)
-9 dB pad
-12 dB pad
-15 dB pad
Program *41-3 Overview
The transmission path of each RDTU can be set for one of several pad settings:
Code
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Decibel Level
Code
Decibel Level
Enter 1
+6 decibel (dB) padding
Enter 5
-6 dB (initialized setting)
Enter 2
+3 dB
Enter 6
-9 dB
Enter 3
0 dB
Enter 7
-12 dB
Enter 4
-3 dB
Enter 8
-15 dB
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *41 for DK424 T1 Assignment Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Program *41-4
T1 Span Receive Level Pad Assignments
Initialized Default: 4 (-3dB)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PAD Code
Note
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter one of the following pad codes for the
transmission of path:
Enter the RDTU being programmed (1~8).
RDTU No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
+6 dB pad
+3 dB pad
0 dB pad
-3 dB pad
-6 dB pad (Initialized: PAD_R = 4)
-9 dB pad
-12 dB pad
-15 dB pad
See “Program *41-3 Overview” on Page 3-126 above for decibel levels.
Program *42 for DK424
T1 Assignment Series (Part 2)
See “Program *42 Clock Source” on Page 7-7
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Program *50 Caller ID Circuit Assignments to CO Line PCBs
System & Station
Program *50
Caller ID Circuit Assignments to CO Line PCBs
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: No RCIU/RCIS circuits assigned
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Run Program 91-2
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
DK40
001~012
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUE/F
001~200
System power must be cycled or Program 91-2 must
be run after completing *50 data entry to transfer
data from temporary memory to working memory.
CIUNO = RCIU/RCISU Caller ID circuit number
(001~200) or use LED Button 01 to erase data. For
DK14, enter the Caller ID interface box line number
(001~004).
Any Caller ID circuit can be assigned to any analog
ground or loop start CO line circuit. Circuit numbers
do not have to match.
CO Line Number
Note
RCIU/RCIS Circuit
Number Assigned
CO Line Number
RCIU/RCIS Circuit
Number Assigned
CO Line Number
RCIU/RCIS Circuit
Number Assigned
The Tip/Ring leads of RGLU, RCOU, RCOS, and PCOU Caller ID CO lines assigned
to RCIU2/RCIS circuits must be bridged at the MDF. The Tip/Ring leads of TCOU
and TCIU2 are bridged by the PCB connectors in the DK40 Base KSU.
For more information on RCIU/RCIS assignments and installation, refer to Chapter 7
– Universal Slot PCB Installation and Chapter 8 – Universal Slot PCB Wiring
Diagrams in the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.
On DK14, the Tip/Ring leads of the CO line circuit must be connected to the line Tip/
Ring leads of the Caller ID interface box. (See Chapter 1 - DK14 Installation, Figure
1-18 and the Caller ID text under “WSIU1 Serial Interface Board” in the Strata DK
Installation and Maintenance Manual.)
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Programming
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Program *50 Caller ID Circuit Assignments to CO Line PCBs
System & Station
Program *50 Overview
In DK40 and DK424, each analog ground/loop start CO line that receives Caller ID
information from the local Central Office must be assigned to an RCIU or RCIS circuit using
this program.
In DK14, each CO line that receives Caller ID must be assigned an MLX-41 interface box
circuit number. For information regarding the MLX-41, see Chapter 1 - DK14 Installation in
the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual. This is necessary to allow Caller ID
information to be recognized by the DK system processor. Any RCIU, RCIS or MLX-41
circuit can be assigned to any analog ground/loop start CO line circuit.
Each RCIU slot will be allocated eight Caller ID circuits when assigned with Code 81 in
Program 03; because of this, you should always install RCIS on RCIU when more than four
circuits are required. TCIU2 allocates four Caller ID circuits to TCOU.
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Program *51 Station Memory Allocation
System & Station
Program *51
Station Memory Allocation
For Store Caller ID / ANI Numbers on Abandoned/
Unanswered Calls
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: No memory for all ports
6SNU
+ROG
Processor
Station Ports
DK14
000~007
DK40
000~027
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUE/F
000~335
6SNU
Station Logical
Port Number
3-130
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
BUF = 000, 010, 020, 030, 040, 060, 070, 080,
090 or 100.
IDL = Total number of Caller ID/ANI Telephone
Numbers Available in each system
*
Memory Allocation
(100 max each)
This is the number of telephone numbers that can
be stored at the designated port(s). The
maximum Caller ID/ANI numbers that can be
stored per telephone is 100.
To add a port range, enter
XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
Station Logical
Port Number
Memory Allocation
(100 max each)
DK14
200
DK40
200
RCTUA
200
RCTUBA/BB
400
RCTUC/D
1000
RCTUE/F
2000
Station Logical
Port Number
Strata DK
Memory Allocation
(100 max each)
Programming
June 1998
Program *51 Station Memory Allocation
System & Station
Program *51 Overview
Use this program to allocate “Abandon-Call-Memory” when any LCD telephone must store
abandon call information for Caller ID, Ground/Loop start line and/or ANI, DID/tie lines.
On direct incoming calls that ring on more than one telephone, the Caller ID, Ground/Loop
start, line must also be assigned to the designated abandon call storage LCD telephone in
Program *52. If a CO line only direct-rings one telephone, that telephone will store the
abandoned call information automatically without being assigned in Program *52; however,
Program *51 is still required.
The IDL memory allocation displays on the program telephone’s LCD, indicating the total
number of telephone numbers that can be stored at the designated port(s). These numbers are
reduced accordingly each time memory is allocated to a station.
On direct incoming calls, the ANI abandon call information is stored in the “Abandon-CallMemory” of the [PDN] owner or [PhDN] owner LCD telephone - depending on which [DN]
rings when the call is received. Do not assign ANI/DNIS lines in Program *52.
Abandoned “Call-forwarded” calls will store Caller ID and/or ANI information in the
“Abandon-Call-Memory” of the “first-call-forwarded-from-station”. The “first-callforwarded-from-station” does not have to be assigned as the owner of the CO line in program
*52 or as the owner of the [PhDN] in Program *33, but it must be assigned memory in this
program.
Distributed Hunt Queue or DISA line, Abandoned Calls store ANI/Caller ID data in the
Program *52 CO line owner station.
If a Caller ID CO line is programmed to direct ring more than one station (81~89) a station
logical port must be assigned as owner of the ground and/or loop start Caller ID line (in
Program *52) to be able to store Caller ID numbers on abandoned or unanswered calls on
Direct Incoming calls.
If a Caller ID CO line is programmed (81~89) to ring only one station, that station will store
Caller ID abandoned call information regardless of Program *52 data - the station must have
storing memory assigned in Program *51. ANI abandoned call numbers will be stored in the
telephone memory of the called Primary Directory Number [PDN] owner telephone or the
called Phantom Directory Number [PhDN] owner telephone.
Transferred Caller ID and/or ANI line abandoned call numbers will be stored in the
“transferred-to” telephone memory if that telephone is assigned memory in this program. (see
Program *52). Call forwarded Caller ID and/or ANI line abandoned call numbers will be
stored in the [PDN] or [PhDN] owner telephone memory if that telephone is assigned memory
in this program.
ACD calls that are abandoned while the call is in queue or calls abandoned while connected to
an Auto Attendant or VM device will register on the SMDR report as a call answered by the
ACD announcement [DN], Auto Attendant [DN], or Voice Mail [DN].
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Program *52 Caller ID/ANI Abandoned Call Number Station Owner Assignments
System & Station
Program *52
Caller ID/ANI Abandoned Call Number Station Owner
Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: No station owners assigned
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Caller ID or ANI CO Line Number
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CLASS OWNER = the station port number that
should store Abandon Call Numbers for the Caller
ID or ANI CO Line(s) entered.
To add a range of line numbers, enter
XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*
Press LED Button 01 to erase data.
Processor
CO Line Range
[PDN] Port Range
Processor
CO Line Range
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
001~004
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
DK40
001~012
000~027
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
RCTUA
001~016
000~031
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
CLID/ANI
CO Line
Number
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Station Owner
Port Number
Assigned
CLID/ANI
CO Line
Number
Station Owner
Port Number
Assigned
CLID/ANI
CO Line
Number
Station Owner
Port Number
Assigned
Strata DK
CLID/ANI
CO Line
Number
Station Owner
Port Number
Assigned
Programming
June 1998
Program *52 Caller ID/ANI Abandoned Call Number Station Owner Assignments
System & Station
Program *52 Overview
Use this program for any LCD telephone that must store abandon call information for Caller
ID, Ground/Loop start lines and/or ANI, DID/tie lines must be allocated “Abandon-CallMemory” LCD telephones can be allocated memory to save up to 100 numbers in 10 number
increments (see IDL totals).
When Caller ID and ANI lines ring into the Strata DK system and the caller hangs-up before
the call is answered, the call is considered abandoned. In this case, the Caller ID and ANI
information received can be stored at a designated LCD telephone. When a Caller ID line rings
at more than one telephone (Program 81-89), the LCD telephone that should store the Caller
ID information for that line must be programmed as the owner of that Caller ID line using this
program.
When a Caller ID line rings only one LCD telephone (Program 81-89), the abandoned call
Caller ID information will be stored at that LCD telephone regardless of the Program *52
assignment. The number of abandoned calls the station can store is set in Program *51.
An LCD telephone can be assigned as owner of any number of Caller ID lines. A Caller ID
line can only be assigned to one owner LCD telephone.
If a Caller ID CO line or ANI Tie/DID line is answered by the, Distributed Hunt group queue,
or DISA line, and if this call is abandoned before it is routed to and rings a station, the Caller
ID or ANI data will be stored in the abandoned call memory of the station owner assigned to
the Caller ID or ANI line assigned in this program.
Notes
●
●
●
●
Strata DK
Abandoned “call-forwarded” calls will store Caller ID information in the “Abandon-CallMemory” of the “first-call-forwarded-from-station”. The “first-call-forwarded-fromstation” does not have to be assigned to the CO line in this program. To store abandon call
information for CO lines, the station must also be allocated “Abandon Call Memory” in
Program *51.
If a Caller ID CO line is answered by the Strata DK Distributed Hunt Group Queue or
DISA line, and if this call is abandoned before it is routed to and rings a station, the Caller
ID data is stored in the abandon call memory of the station owner assigned to the Caller ID
line assigned in this program.
Tie/DID ANI lines store abandoned call ANI numbers on the Primary and/or Phantom
Directory Number owner telephones if they are allocated memory in Program *51. Tie/
DID ANI line calls that are abandoned while Distributed Hunt Group queue will store ANI
information on the station owner assigned in this program.
ACD or Auto Attendant calls that are abandoned while the call is in queue or calls
abandoned while connected to an Auto Attendant or VM device will register on the
SMDR report as a call answered by the ACD announcement [DN], Auto Attendant [DN],
or Voice Mail [DN].
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Program 58 DK424 Attendant Console Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Program 58
DK424 Attendant Console Series (Part 1)
Processor Type:
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: see each program
Program 58-1
Attendant Console Overflow Timer
Initialized Default: 32 seconds
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = 011~999 seconds
DATA =
Program 58-1 Overview
Incoming Line Calls (not recalls) to attendant consoles will overflow to a designated attendant
console or station port (Program 58-5) if the call is not answered within the time (011~999
seconds) specified by this program. The overflow call will ring on either the ,Q7UDQV button
(assigned in Program 59) of the console that receives the overflow call, or the [DN] or CO
/LQH button of a station.
Notes
●
This program sets overflow timer for all attendant consoles (1~4)
●
The overflow destination is assigned in Program 58-5.
Program 58-2
Attendant Console Display Type
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 2
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Button 01 ON for EL or OFF for EGA display
Console Number (1~4)
LED Button 02 ON sets Answer Button operation for First In/
First Out (FIFO) or priority per Program 58-4
LED Button 03 ON sets Attendant Console Call Waiting Tone
Button 01 LED
Attendant
Console
ON
(EL)
OFF
(EGA)
Button 02 LED
ON (FIFO)
OFF (58-4)
Button 03 LED
ON
(Call Waiting Tone)
OFF
(No Call Waiting Tone)
1
2
3
4
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Program 58 DK424 Attendant Console Series (Part 1)
System & Station
Program 58-2 Overview
This program identifies in software the type of display connected to each console. It also
enables you to set priorities for types of incoming calls. You can also enable Call Waiting
tones.
LED 01: Attendant Console Display Type
Base units can connect to an Electroluminescent (EL) display (LED 01 ON) or Extended
Graphics Adapter (EGA) Display (LED 01 OFF).
LED 02: Answer Button Operation
The attendant console $QVZHU button can be programmed to answer calls on either a First-in,
First-out (FIFO) or a Priority basis. With FIFO, new calls or recalls are stacked in queue in the
order in which they are received. This is true regardless of the type of call/recall (CO line,
Intercom, [DN] call or Hold Recall, etc.). The queued calls ring to the $QVZHU button in the
order in which they are received.
With Priority operation, each type of incoming call or recall (CO line call, [DN] call, Hold
Recall or Park Recall, etc.) is assigned a specific answering priority ranging from 1~6. (Call
Priority is flexible and is assigned in Program 58-4.) Calls will queue to the attendant in order
of their predetermined priority levels. For example, Priority Level 1 calls ring to the attendant
before Priority 2 calls; Priority 2 calls ring before Priority 3 calls, and so forth.
LED 03: Attendant Console Call Waiting Tone
Each attendant console can be programmed individually to receive a muted ring signal that
will alert the console that a new call is waiting while the console is busy on another call. If call
waiting tone is not enabled, new calls do not present an audible indication. The call waiting
display always displays the number of calls waiting to be answered.
Program 58-4
Attendant Console Answer Button Priority Assignments
Initialized Default: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Lowest Priority
Highest Priority
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 4
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter button numbers in priority order.
Console Number (1~4)
Button Name
Park-RC
Trans RC
Hold-RC
In-Trans
LINE
In Dial “O”
[PDN]
Button Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Program 58-4 Overview
Each incoming call or recall type can be assigned a specific $QVZHU button priority level,
ranging from 0~6. If the $QVZHU button is assigned Priority answer operation in Program 582, then incoming calls/recalls will ring to the $QVZHU button based on their assigned priority
levels. Priority 1 calls have the highest priority while Priority 6 calls have the lowest.
Notes
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EMRG has first priority over the above key assignments.
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Program 58 DK424 Attendant Console Series (Part 1)
System & Station
See Program 59 for the function of each button.
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Program 58-5
Attendant Console Overflow Destination Assignments
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 5
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter the overflow destination port number.
Console Number (1~4)
Console overflow destination =
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
Max. Consoles
2
RCTUC/D
000~239
4
RCTUE/F
000~335
4
Program 58-5 Overview
When the attendant console has been placed in the Overflow mode (via the 2YHUIORZ
button), calls queue to be answered based on the predetermined FIFO or priority basis. If a call
remains in queue for a period longer than the time period set for the Overflow Timer (set in
Program 58-1), then the call will overflow to the destination assigned in this program.
The assigned destination can be either a station, voice mail, auto attendant, or another
attendant console.
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Calls that will overflow include ring transfer, incoming CO /LQH, GLDO“”, and $WWG
&DOO button calls; Transfer Recall (,Q7UDQV) and +ROG recall will not overflow.
Overflow recall time is set in Program 58-1.
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Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
System & Station
Program 59
Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
Processor Type:
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D, RCTUE/F
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Given throughout this section
6SNU +ROG
+ROG
Attendant Console (1~4)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Button Code
See legend.
1 = Left
2 = Right
Press LED Buttons 01~12 on Programming Telephone to
enter data for corresponding console button.
Codes (Left Buttons 1~12)
Codes (Right Buttons 1~12)
Split (295)
Join Loop (239)
Sup. Loop (296)
Conf (297)
Overflow (299)
Night (439)
In-Emrg (261)
In-DN (257)
In-Dial “0” (262)
Redial (496)
Spdial (497)
SD13 (*13)
In-Trans (258)
Trans-RC (260)
Hold-RC (259)
BLF (298)
Out Dial (294)
SD12 (*12)
In-LG3 (243)
In-LG2 (242)
In-LG1 (241)
Attd Call (000)
SD10 (*10)
SD11 (*11)
Console 1
Left
Right
10
11
12
10
11
12
07
08
09
07
08
09
04
05
06
04
05
06
01
02
03
01
02
03
Console 2
Left
Right
10
11
12
10
11
12
07
08
09
07
08
09
04
05
06
04
05
06
01
02
03
01
02
03
Console 3
Left
Right
10
11
12
10
11
12
07
08
09
07
08
09
04
05
06
04
05
06
01
02
03
01
02
03
Console 4
Left
Right
10
11
12
10
11
12
07
08
09
07
08
09
04
05
06
04
05
06
01
02
03
01
02
03
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Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
System & Station
Program 59 Overview
Attendant Consoles have 24 flexible buttons (12 on left and 12 on the right side of the dial
pad). This program is used to assign each button to an available function or options. Program
59 record sheets define the button options (and codes) available.
Table 3-2
Required PC Attendant Console Button Codes
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
Conference
Conf
297
Starts conference calls.
Hold Recall
Hold-RC
259
Held calls recall on this button.
Incoming Dial “0”
In-Dial “0”
262
Dial “0” calls ring in on this button.
Incoming Directory Number
In-DN
257
Incoming calls to the console DN ring on
this button. The console [DN] is the Prog
04 assignment of the Prog 04 console port
number.
Incoming Ring Transfer
In-Trans
258
Receive call transfer.
Join-Loop
Join-Loop
293
Connects any held call to an existing call.
Out Dial
Out Dial
294
Switches ATTD consoles dial pad from
digital to tone mode.
Redial Last Number
( Button)
Redial or RDL
496
Redials the last number.
Release to Idle
Release Call or RLS
476
Releases current call and makes station
idle.
Speed Dial Select
( Button)
Speed Dial or SDS
497
Begins speed dial selection.
Split Call
Split
295
Allows attendant to talk to either party
separately on a conference call.
Supervised Loop
Sup Loop
296
Places call on attendant hold loop key so
attendant can supervise call.
Transfer Recall
Trans-RC
260
No answer transferred calls, recall on this
button.
Attendant Call
Attd Call
000
Can originate calls on this button. The
Attendant Call LED is lit red any time the
attendant talk path is connected.
Table 3-3
Recommended PC Attendant Console Button Codes
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
Display BLF
BLF
298
Displays BLF on CRT or EL display.
Incoming Emergency
In-Emrg
261
Indicates to all consoles an incoming
emergency call.
Message Waiting/Flash
Msg Wait, Flash or MW/FL
499
Indicates a message from station or VM
device to Attendant. Disconnects and
recalls dial tone on CO line; accesses
Centrex or PBX features; enters pause or
flash during speed dial programming.
Overflow
Overflow
299
Places console in the call overflow mode.
Park Recall
Park-RC
263
Parked calls recall on this button.
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Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
System & Station
Table 3-4
Table 3-5
Incoming Line Group Button Assignments
In-LG1~241
In-LG5~245
In-LG9~249
In-LG13~253
In-LG2~242
In-LG6~246
In-LG10~250
In-LG14~254
In-LG3~243
In-LG7~247
In-LG11~251
In-LG15~255
In-LG4~244
In-LG8~248
In-LG12~252
In-LG16~256
Optional Attendant Console Button Codes
Button Function
Button Labels
Alarm
Alarm Reset or ALRM
Call Pickup Tenant 1~Call
Pickup Tenant 4
PKUP 1~PKUP 4
Code
Notes
477
Resets alarm condition system-wide.
435~438
Picks up tenant 3’s ringing CO calls.
CO Line Appearance
CO line access of appearing calls. CO
line ranges vary according to processor:
Line 1~48
001~048
RCTUBA/BB
Line 1~144
001~144
RCTUC/D
Line 1~200
001~200
RCTUE/F
Door Lock 0~Door Lock 4
(DDCB/HDCB)
DRLK 0~4
471~475
Momentarily unlocks door (3 or 6
seconds). The PC attendant activates
these options when these buttons are
assigned.
Emergency Page Access
Emrg Page
292
Activates ALL CALL Paging to
telephone speakers (not EXTR Page).
Overrides any existing ALL CALL page.
Night Transfer
Tenant 1~Tenant 4
Night Transfer1 or NT1~Night
Transfer4 or NT4
439~442
Sets Tenant 1 CO line DAY/NIGHT ring
mode.
Privacy
Privacy On Line or PRIV
453
Prevents Privacy Override (not
Executive Override).
Privacy Release
Privacy Release or PRV RLS
479
Changes station Privacy mode to Nonprivate for CO lines.
Pause
Spd Dial Pause or PAU
495
Sets pause in Speed dial (see Program
12-3.)
Pause (Long)
Spd Dial Lng Pause or PAU/L
493
Sets a 10-second pause in Speed Dial.
Unanswered Caller ID and/
or ANI Stored Number
Auto Dial
Lost Call Auto Dial or LCAD
462
Will Auto Dial a Caller ID and/or
Automatic Number Identification (ANI)
telephone number that was stored in
station Caller ID/ANI memory.
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Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
Table 3-6
System & Station
Additional Feature Button Codes
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
450
Allows a Voluntary Account Code to be
entered.
427~430
Console can alert another station but
another station cannot alert the console.
See Program 39 for more information.
Account Code
Account Code or ACCNT
Alert Signaling
Alert 1~4
All Call Voice Page
All Call Page or AC
489
Pages up to 120 idle electronic or digital
telephones over speaker.
Automatic Busy Redial
Auto Busy Redial or ABR
470
Sets ABR of busy outgoing number.
Automatic Callback Busy
Auto Callback or ACB
494
Sets ACB for station recalled by busy
line.
Call Forward All Calls
Call Frwd All Calls or CFAC
487
All calls forward to selected station.
Call Forward A.C. Fixed
Call Frwd to: or CFF
486
Forwards all calls to pre-defined
destination. See Program 36.
Call Forward Busy
Call Frwd Busy or CFB
459
Forwards calls to selected station if
station is busy.
Call Forward Busy/No
Answer
Call Frwd Busy/NAns or CFB/NA
457
Forwards calls to selected station if
station is busy or does not answer.
Call Forward External
Call Frwd External or CF-EXT
460
Forward calls externally.
Call Forward No Answer
Call Frwd No Answer or CFNA
458
Forwards calls to selected station if
station does not answer.
Call Park
Park in Orbit or PARK
464
Call Park Only.
Call Park LCD Display
Park Orbit DIsplay or CPD
465
CP Display Button and Mode 64 can be
used interchangeably. Displays call
parked via telephone LCD.
Call Park and Page
Call Park/Page or CP/PG
463
Parking and Paging Park Pickup.
Call Pickup (Directed)
Directed Pickup or PKUP
484
Picks up ringing or held intercom, trunk
calls, and page.
Call Pickup (Group)4
Group Pickup
480
Picks up a call to any group to which
station is assigned in *31.
Do Not Disturb
Do Not Disturb or DND
498
Prevents calls to station.
ISDN Sub-address
Sub-address
467
Separates the called party’s ISDN subaddress from the called party number.
The digit performs this function on
standard telephones.
ISDN Start
Start
469
Initiates DK to send dialed digits to the
ISDN network when this button is
pressed from a digital or electronic
telephone. Program *63-2 invokes the
same function when the Dial Timer
expires. Also see Tone Button in this
table.
LCD Message Select
LCD Msg Select or LCD M
481
Begins LCD message selection.
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Program 59 Attendant Console Flexible Button Codes
System & Station
Table 3-6
Additional Feature Button Codes
Button Function
Button Labels
Code
Notes
431~434
Used to lock system ringing mode: DAY,
DAY2, NIGHT See Programs 74 and *36
for NT Lock Password assignments.
Night Transfer Lock
Tenant 1~Night Transfer
Lock Tenant 4
Night Lock1 or NT1 L1~Night
Lock4 or NT4 L4
Release and Answer
Release and Ans and RLS/ANS
466
Simulates On-hook/Off-hook operation
to release an existing call and answer
new incoming/ringing call.
Save Last Dialed Number
Save Last Number or SAVE
485
Saves last number dialed for future
speed dial.
Station Speed Dial Codes
SD
System Speed Dial Codes
Tone
Reserves button for station speed dial
for the following processors:
*10~*49
RCTUBA/BB
*10~*49
RCTUC/D
*100~*139
RCTUE/F
SD
Tone Dial Select or TONE
Speed dial number is set by station port
000.
*600~*699
RCTUBA/BB
*600~*699
RCTUC/D
*200~*999
RCTUE/F
490
CO dial signals set to tone or pulse.
For ISDN applications, after the user
presses the Tone Dial Select button, any
digits dialed after it is will be sent using
DTMF tones.
Notes
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See Program *15 for Tenant Group assignments.
Picks up calls to telephones in any call pickup group to which the telephone is assigned in
Program *31.
Attendant consoles cannot be equipped with [SDNs] or [PhDNs]. The console [DN] is
assigned to the console port number in Program 04. The console’s [DN] can have only one
appearance.
Attendant consoles cannot be equipped with [PDNs], [SDNs], or [PhDNs]. The [In-DN]
button is the console’s [DN], assigned in Program 04; it supports incoming calls only and
can only appear once on a console.
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Program 60-1 SMDR Data Output Options
System & Station
Program 60-1
SMDR Data Output Options
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: LED 01 OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
LED/Button
X
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are marked
with an X in the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
Caller ID, ANI and DNIS data will be sent from the system
SMDR port
01
Account code data will be sent from the system SMDR
port
Program 60-1 Overview
Program 60-1 determines which information will be sent out the system SMDR port: System
Account codes or Caller ID and/or ANI telephone numbers.
Turn LED 01 ON if received Caller ID and/or ANI information should be sent out the system
SMDR port.
Turn LED 01 OFF if Account Code information should be sent out the system SMDR port.
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LED 01 determines if received Caller ID and/or ANI information (LED 01 ON) or
data is sent out the SMDR port. This data is output on the last 15-digit (right hand)
field columns of the SMDR print out.
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Program 60-2~7 SMDR Output/Account Code Digit Length
System & Station
Program 60-2~7
SMDR Output/Account Code Digit Length
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Item 2: 10 seconds
Item 3: SMDR output is enabled for answered incoming/outgoing calls
Item 4: a 6-digit length is assigned to all Forced/Voluntary Account Codes
Item 7: 21 digits
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 2~7 (Item)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
See table below.
Make a selection from the table below.
Item
Description
Data
2
SMDR Threshold Time
0 =1 second
1 = 10 seconds
Time
3
SMDR Output when a call is completed
0 = Outgoing Only
1 = Incoming and Outgoing
SMDR COR
Forced/Voluntary Account Code Digit Length 04~15
4
5
6
(See Program 69 for Verified Account Codes)
Digits are verified per Program 30, Button/LED 14 and Program 69
Account
SMDR Printout Options
Toll Dial:
0 = All Calls (item 3, printout outgoing call only is still available)
1 = Dial “0” calls only
2 = Dial “1” calls only
3 = Dial “00” calls only
4 = Dial “1”, “0” calls only
5 = Dial “1”, “00” calls only
Toll Dial Data
DISA Security Code
Data
01~15 digits, may be changed from station, per Program 30
If a security code is not programmed, outgoing trunk access via DISA will
not require a security code when dialing.
Button 01 = blank
Button 02 is wild card
(any digit from 1~9)
Credit Card Call Digit Length, 01~30 digits
Credit
Number of digits required
when “0” is the first digit
dialed; if this number of digits
is not dialed, the system will
disconnect the call after 20
seconds. “0” is counted as a
digit. Example: 0 + 714 + 583
- 3700 = 11 digits; 11 should
be programmed as a
minimum in this case.
(see Program 43)
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Program 60-2~7 SMDR Output/Account Code Digit Length
System & Station
Program 60-2-7 Overview
This program assigns the type of data to send to the Station Message Detail Report (SMDR).
Item 2: SMDR Threshold Time
The time that a call must be in progress before it will register with SMDR can be set to 1 or 10
seconds.
Item 3: SMDR Output
System output to a Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) device can include information
for both incoming and outgoing calls, or only for outgoing calls. Local and long distance call
data will be sent out.
Item 4: Forced/Voluntary Account Code Digit Length
The Account Code entered at a station can vary in length from 4~15 digits. For Forced
Account Code use, a call will not be completed unless the specified number of digits is entered
by a station user. In the case of Voluntary Account Codes, the Account Code will not be sent to
the SMDR call record unless the specified number of digits is dialed. Initialized data assigns a
six-digit length for all Account Codes. See Program 60-1 and Program 69 for Verified Account
Codes.
Item 5: Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Printout Options
This option selectively deletes local call data and allows long distance/toll call data only to be
sent out the SMDR port. The type of long distance/toll call data that prints out is selected by
long distance prefix codes 0, 1, 00, or 1 or 0.
Item 6: Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Security Code
The optional security code (1~15 digits) is required for incoming DISA calls to access
outgoing CO lines. If the DISA security code is not set in programming, DISA users can
access outgoing lines without dialing a security code. This code is not required for DISA
internal calls to stations. The DISA security code can also be changed from stations enabled in
Program 30. If the DK280 built-in Auto Attendant is installed, make sure to program a DISA
security code to prevent Auto Attendant callers from making unauthorized external DISA calls
by using the DISA access feature (Dial *).
Item 7: Credit Card Call Digit Length
Station users bypassing Toll Restriction with the “0 +” Credit Card Calling feature (Program
43) must dial a predetermined number of digits including the “0.” This predetermined number
is established with Item 7, and can be 1~30 digits. Set 11 digits in this program when using
LCR.
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If PBX code is dialed, numbers dialed after the code will be checked.
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If A/C, O/C or SPCC code begins with “0”, “1”, or “00”, that call will print out.
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When accessing LCR feature, all digits sent to CO will be output.
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Program 60-8 Call Forward External (Remote Change, Security) ID Code
System & Station
Program 60-8
Call Forward External (Remote Change, Security) ID
Code
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: No digits
More Codes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 8
Telephone port number to which
the CF Ext ID (security) code will
be assigned.
Telephone Port
Number
‡‡‡
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = ID code (1~15 digits)
When entering less than 15 digits, enter digits,
then press Hold.
LED Button 01 = blanks, erases data
LED Button 02 = a wild card (can be any digit
from 1~9)
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
CF/EKT ID Code
(1~15 digits)
Telephone Port
Number
CF/EKT ID Code
(1~15 digits)
Telephone Port
Number
CF/EKT ID Code
(1~15 digits)
Program 60-8 Overview
Changes a telephone’s External Call Forward destination to [PDNs] but not [PhDNs] from
outside the system. The person that wishes to change the destination must call into a DISA CO
line, enter the telephone’s [PDN] + and then enter a security code plus the destination
telephone number. CF/EXT ID code must be assigned to a telephone to allow callers to change
the Call Forward-External destination of that telephone from a remote location by calling in on
a DISA CO line.
The security code (1~15 digits) for each telephone is set with this program.
Important!
To allow Call Forward External, CO lines must be enabled for the following:
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Two CO line connection in Program 10-1 and Program 15-5.
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Outgoing Access in Program 41 including DISA port numbers.
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Program 69 Verified Account Codes
System & Station
Program 69
Verified Account Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Blank
More Codes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
‡‡‡
+ROG
SELECT = Verified Account Code
Number (VACN)
Name
6SNU +ROG
Verified Account Code (1~15 digits)
Processor
VACN
Processor
VACN
DK14
000~299
RCTUBA/BB
000~299
DK40
000~299
RCTUC/D
000~299
RCTUA
000~299
RCTUE/F
000~499
VACN
(3-digit)
6SNU +ROG
Verified Account Code (1~15 digits)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Program 69 Overview
Verified Account Codes may be added, deleted, or changed with Program 69. Each Verified
Account Code can be 1~15 digits long, but cannot exceed the Account Code length
requirement set in Program 60-4.
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Program 69 Verified Account Codes
System & Station
Account Codes may not conflict with (be the same as) emergency numbers in Program 4491~93.
The following programs and options should be considered when establishing Verified Account
Codes.
Account Code Digit Length
Program 60-4 sets the digit length that must be dialed for all Account Codes: Forced (Verified/
Nonverified) and Voluntary (Verified/Nonverified).
Full and Partially Verified Account Codes
Verified Account Codes can contain the same number of digits (full Verified Account Code) or
less (partially Verified Account Code) than the length set in Program 60-4.
If the quantity of digits in a Verified Account Code is the same as the Account Code digit
length in Program 60-4, then all digits will be Verified; if the quantity of digits is less, then
only those digits will be verified. Stations must have LED 14 ON in Program 30 to use
Verified Account Codes.
If partially verified, the first part of the Account Code is verified and the remainder is not. For
example, if Verified Account Code 2734 is set in Program 69, but the digit length is set to eight
in Program 60-4, then the user must dial 2734 plus any other four digits to enter a partially
Verified Account Code. There are many applications for partially Verified Account Codes. For
instance, using the code in the example above, the numbers 2734 could be the user’s dial
restriction code and the remaining four digits could be a customer-client code, a sales order,
etc.
Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Assignments
A Toll Restriction Class can be assigned with Program 70 to each of the 300 Verified Account
Codes. This feature can be used to change a telephone’s Class of Service to allow long
distance calls from restricted telephones only when a verified account code is entered before
dialing the long distance number. These calls will be recorded with the account code on the
system SMDR output.
Verified Account Code Dial Requirement
Assigned on a station-by-station basis in Program 30, LED 14 ON. All Account Codes dialed
(Forced or Voluntary) from stations assigned in this program will be verified.
Code Change
Stations selected in Program 30, LED 15 ON, can change Verified Account Codes (VAC) by
dialing the following:
[PDN] + + ~ + VAC + 5HGLDO
Verified Account Codes: Forced/Voluntary Program Options
Any station can dial a Voluntary Account Code after accessing a CO line—by pressing the
6SHHG'LDO + or by pressing the $FFRXQW&RGH button. Forced Account Code
requirements are assigned via station and line program options: stations are assigned in
Program 30, LED 08 ON; and lines are assigned in Program 15-7. Stations must dial Verified
Account Codes when assigned in Program 30, LED 14 ON. Direct Inward System Access
(DISA) callers that access outgoing lines can be required to enter Verified Account Codes with
Program 30 (LED 08 ON for Port 99).
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Program 70 Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Assignments
System & Station
Program 70
Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: 000 for all VACNs
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Verified Account Code
Number (VACN)
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VAC Digit
Restrict Code
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
VAC Restrict Code (00~10)
00 = No Station Toll Restriction
01 = Area Code Toll Restriction
02 = Area Code Toll Restriction and 0 or 1 as 1st (or
2nd digit)
03 = Class 1 T.R.
07 = Class 5 T.R.
04 = Class 2 T.R.
08 = Class 6 T.R.
05 = Class 3 T.R.
09 = Class 7 T.R.
06 = Class 4 T.R.
10 = Class 8 T.R.
DATA = VAC Digit Restriction
0 = No Digit Restriction
1 = Digit Restriction
VACN
Processor
VACN
Processor
VACN
DK14
000~299
RCTUBA/BB
000~299
DK40
000~299
RCTUC/D
000~299
RCTUA
000~299
RCTUE/F
000~499
VAC Restrict
Code
VACN
VAC Digit
Restrict Code
VAC Restrict
Code
VACN
Strata DK
VAC Digit
Restrict Code
VAC Restrict
Code
Programming
June 1998
Program 70 Verified Account Code Toll Restriction Assignments
System & Station
Program 70 Overview
A Toll Restriction Class can be assigned with this program to each of the 300 Verified
Account Codes assigned in Program 69. This class of restriction overrides the normal station
class of restriction assigned in Program 48 when a VAC is entered at the station. The station
resumes its Program 48 restriction after the call is disconnected.
When a Forced or Voluntary Verified Account Code is dialed at a station after accessing a CO
line and before dialing a telephone number, the station temporarily assumes the Toll
Restriction Class assigned to the Verified Account Code. When Program 70 is initialized, all
Verified Account Codes are assigned as not Toll Restricted (data = 00). Verified Account Code
Toll Restriction class assignments are not user programmable; so if the assignments are not
known, it is recommended to assign a number (block) of Verified Account Codes to each type
of Toll Restriction class. For example:
VACs 000~050 = no restriction
VACs 051~100 = total restriction
VACs 101~150 = Class 1, etc.
Strata DK
♦
When stations enter VACs they will be unrestricted.
♦
Range programming is not available.
♦
If dial “0” credit card dialing is allowed, use Program 43 to allow designated stations/CO
lines credit card calling.
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Program 71 DNIS
System & Station
Program 71 DNIS
Processor Type:
DK40, all RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All Programs blank
DNIS Addresses
Processor
DNIS Address
ANI Address
Processor
DNIS Address
ANI Address
DK14
NA
NA
RCTUBA/BB
000~349
349
DK40
000~199
199
RCTUC/D
000~499
499
RCTUA
000~199
199
RCTUE/F
000~499
499
Program 71-0: DID / Tie / DNIS / ANI Lines
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DNIS Address (see legend above)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DNIS Number (2~5 digits)
Press LED Button 01 to blank out data.
Program 71-1~3: DNIS Number and ANI Line Routing Assignments
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Enter 1, 2, or 3
1 = Day Ring Assignment
2 = Day2 Ring Assignment
3 = Night Ring Assignment
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Ringing Destination (see legend below)
Use LED Button 01 to blank out data.
DNIS Address (see legend above)
For ANI-only lines, enter address (only one assignment is
provided for ANI lines without DNIS, see legend above).
DNIS/ANI Routing Destinations
[PDN]
[PhDN]
DH [DN]
ACD
IMDU/RMDS
Network Table
DK40
Route to Ports
0000~0027
0500~0527
0900~0915
NA
#031
#300~#399
RCTUA
0000~0031
0500~0531
0900~0915
NA
#035
#300~#399
RCTUBA/BB
0000~0079
0500~0589
0900~0915
#090~#097
#085
#300~#499
RCTUC/D
0000~0239
0500~0739
0900~0915
#250~#265
#245
#300~#599
RCTUE/F
0000~0335
0500~0835
0900~0915
#345~#360
#340
#400~#699
All Processors: External Page = #039
All processors except RCTUE/F: Night Ring Over External Page = #271
Night Ring Over External Page for RCTUE/F = #366
Program 71-4: DNIS and ANI Only Lines Voice Mail ID Assignments
6SNU +ROG
6SNU DNIS Address
(see legend above)
Important!
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DNIS VM ID codes operate with in-band
DTMF tone VM integration only; not with
SMDI VM integration.
‡‡‡
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
VM ID Code
Enter VM ID code that should be sent to Voice Mail
when the selected DNIS number Call-Forwards or
rings directly to Voice Mail (1~16 digits).
Press LED Button 02 to enter
Press LED Button 03 to enter #
Press LED Button 04 to enter Pause
*
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 71 DNIS
System & Station
Program 71-5: DNIS Number Name Display
6SNU +ROG
6SNU DNIS Address
(see previous legend)
‡‡‡
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DNIS NAME TAG (up to 16 characters)
Use the character entry procedures that follow
Program 93 record sheets. NAME TAG displays on
LCD telephones when a DNIS Call rings in.
DNIS Record Sheet
DNIS
Address
Strata DK
DNIS Number
(1~5 digits)
71-0
Programming
DNIS Number
Routing Points (71-1,
71-2, 71-3)
1
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2
3
DNIS Number
VM ID Code (1~16 digits)
71-4
DNIS Number Name
(1~16 characters)
71-5
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Program 71 DNIS
System & Station
DNIS Number
(1~5 digits)
71-0
DNIS
Address
DNIS Number
Routing Points (71-1,
71-2, 71-3)
1
2
3
DNIS Number
VM ID Code (1~16 digits)
71-4
DNIS Number Name
(1~16 characters)
71-5
Program 71-0 Overview
Defines the DID / tie / DNIS / ANI line extension numbers that the system should be able to
receive. Each extension number can be from two to five digits; normally the local telephone
company and/or the DNIS long distance carrier company will provide a list of these numbers.
Each RCTU supports a different quantity of DNIS or DID/tie line extension numbers (shown
above in the Program Sequence).
To assign a DNIS and/or normal tie/DID line to Program 70-0 assignments: Program 17, LED
05 must be turned ON for the line. In this case, tie lines do not follow Program 04 assignments
and DID lines do not follow Program *09 assignments. When this program is used with normal
(non-DNIS or non-ANI) tie and/or DID Lines -Program 17, LEDs 06, 07, and 08 must be OFF.
Program 71-1~71-3 Overview
Assigns the routing destination of each DNIS and/or normal tie/DID line extension number
and/or the routing destination of Automatic Number Identification (ANI) only lines.
Important! Program 71-1 assigns DNIS numbers to route to selected [DN] buttons and
makes them flash when the DNIS number is called. When assigning DNIS
numbers to route to Directory Numbers ([PDNs], [SDNs], [PhDNs]) using
program 71-1, Program *71, *72, and *73 must also be used to assign the
telephones, on which the [DNs] appear, to ring. When assigning DNIS numbers
to route to ACD and DH groups using Program 71, the telephones (and
appropriate [PDN], [SDN], or [PhDN]) in these groups must also be assigned to
ring in Program *71, *72, and *73.
A DNIS and/or tie/DID extension number and/or ANI only line can be assigned to route one of
the following destinations:
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
Primary Directory Number [PDN] - secondary appearances of this [PDN] will also ring if
Programmed to ring in Program *71, *72, and/or *73
Phantom Directory Number
Distributed Hunt Group
ACD Group
Outside telephone number routed externally over the Public Telephone Network
The system remote maintenance modem
Night ringing over the external page
The external voice paging system (Private Network tie lines only)
A DNIS number or ANI only line can be assigned to route to one destination only in each of
the three system ringing modes (Day, Day2 and Night); the destination can be unique or
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Program 71 DNIS
System & Station
different in each ringing mode. For each DNIS tie/DID extension number, the routing
destination can be a unique destination or it can be the same destination as that assigned to
other DNIS numbers. To assign lines that receive both ANI and DNIS with each call to
Program 71-1 assignments: Program 17, LED 05, 07 and 08 must be turned ON; for lines that
receive DNIS digits only, LED 05 and 08 must be ON.
This program can also be used with non-DNIS or non-ANI tie and/or DID lines to route calls.
In this case, the normal Tie digit assignments in Program 04 and DID digit assignments in
Program *09 will not be active - Program 17, LED 06, 07, 08 must be OFF and LED 05 must
be ON for normal tie/DID lines.
The last address (499 for RCTUC3/D3, RCTUE3/F3; 349 for RCTUBA3/B3; and 199 for
RCTUA3 or DK40) in Program 71-0 is used to assign ANI only lines to a routing destination.
All ANI only lines must be assigned to the same routing destination; this destination can be
unique in each of the ringing modes (Day/Day2/Night).
To assign an ANI only tie/DID line to Program 71-1 assignments: Program 17, LED 05 must
be turned OFF and LED 07 and 08 must be ON for lines that receive ANI digits only.
Program 71-4 Overview
This feature is available when using DTMF In-band VM integration only; it is not provided
with SMDI VM integration.
This Program assigns a Voice Mailbox ID (VMID) number to each DNIS/tie/DID extension
number and/or ANI only lines. This allows each DNIS/tie/DID extension number and/or ANI
only lines to be routed to a unique Voice Mail box when the number directly rings or is Call
Forwarded to the Voice Mail system. When a DNIS/tie/DID extension number or ANI line
rings a station that has call forwarding set to Voice Mail, the DNIS/tie/DID extension or ANI
VMID is sent to the VM machine (if programmed in Program 71-4). If a DNIS/tie/DID
extension or ANI VMID is not programmed, the Call Forwarding station’s VMID is sent to the
voice mail machine when the DNIS/tie/ DNIS extension or ANI call forwards to VM. This
program can also be used with non-DNIS tie and/or DID lines to assign VMID digits to
normal tie or DID numbers.
The last address (499 for RCTUC3/D3, RCTUE3/F3; 349 for RCTUBA3/B3, and 199 for
RCTUA3 or DK40) in Program 71-4 can be used to assign a VMID code to ANI only lines.
All ANI only lines will be directed to the same Voice Mailbox.
To assign an ANI only tie/DID line to Program 71-4 assignments: Program 17, LED 05 must
be turned OFF and LED 07 and 08 must be ON for lines that receive ANI digits only.
Program 71-5 Overview
This program is used to assign names to each DNIS number. The names for each DNIS/tie/
DID extension number is normally supplied by the customer. Each DNIS name can be up to 16
alphanumeric characters. The DNIS/tie/DID extension name will display on a telephone’s
LCD when the DNIS/tie/DID extension number rings the telephone directly or is transferred,
Call Forwarded, or Hunted to the telephone.
To assign a tie/DID line to Program 71-5 assignments: Program 17, LED 05 must be turned
ON for lines that should display DNIS/tie/DID extension name tags. When a tie/DID line
receives both DNIS and ANI digits on the same call, Program 17, LED 06 determines what
information, DNIS extension name or ANI number, will display as a priority when the line
rings incoming to the system.
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Program 71 DNIS
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This program can also be used with non-DNIS or ANI tie and/or DID lines to display names,
associated with the tie or DID numbers, on telephone LCDs. In this case, the normal tie digit
assignments in Program 04 and/or DID digit assignments in Program *09 will not be active.
Important!
●
●
●
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An individual telephone user can disable/enable the DNIS name display by using the
Mode 60/61 function on his/her LCD telephone.
The DNIS extension name can be assigned or not assigned to display as a priority over the
ANI display (in Program 17, LED06) when both ANI and DNIS digits are received on the
same call.
If a name is not assigned to a DNIS number, DN:XXXX will display on telephone LCDs
when the DNIS/tie/DID line rings into the DK system (where XXXX = actual DNIS/tie/
DID digits received).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *71~*73 [DN] to [DN], Tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] Ringing Assignments
System & Station
Program *71~*73
[DN] to [DN], Tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] Ringing
Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: [PDNs] are programmed to immediately ring their
respective telephones in Program *71; no other default ringing assignments are made.
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
Enter:
1 = Immediate Ring
2 = Delay 1 Ring (12 sec. delay)
3 = Delay 2 Ring (24 sec. delay)
(.%XWWRQ
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
Press the button associated with the
telephones (EKs) that should ring
when the selected [DN] is called.
Port Reference Number of that should ring [PDN] or [PhDN]
To add a port range, enter
XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
Press Vol▲ to turn all LEDs ON.
Press Vol▼ to turn all LEDs OFF.
Processor
[PDN] Port
[PhDN] Port
Processor
[PDN] Port
DK14
000~009
500~509
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~589
DK40
000~027
500~527
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
[DN] Port Reference
Number
Strata DK
Programming
[PhDN] Port
EK Telephone Ports (The Program 04 [PDN] port number of the telephones that should ring.)
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Program *71~*73 [DN] to [DN], Tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] Ringing Assignments
System & Station
Important! In the EK Telephone Ports column, enter the Program 04 telephone ports of the
telephones that should ring when the [DN] is called from another [DN] or a tie
or DID line (maximum of 120 telephones can be assigned to ring). The [DN]
button must be assigned (Program 39) to the telephone that should ring.
First Telephone Group
Buttons 01~20 on the programming telephone are associated with the telephone groups
displayed on the telephone LCD.
GRP EK000 = Telephone Port 000 is represented by programming button 01...
GRP EK001 = Telephone Port 001 is represented by programming button 02...
GRP EK019 = Telephone Port 019 is represented by programming button 20.
Second Telephone Group
In telephone group “GRP 020~039”, the relationship is as shown below:
GRP EK020 = Telephone Port 020 is represented by programming button 01...
GRP EK021 = Telephone Port 021 is represented by programming button 02...
GRP EK039 = Telephone Port 039 is represented by programming button 20.
Program *71, *72, *73 Overview
Primary/Phantom Directory Number and Telephone Ringing assignments:
♦
This program assigns telephones to ring when a [PDN] or [PhDN] that appears on the
telephone is dialed from another telephone (direct or transferred call). The [PDN] may
appear as an [SDN] on other telephones that should ring.
♦
This program assigns telephones to ring when a call is routed from a tie, DID, DNIS,
DNIS/ANI or ANI only line to a [PDN] or [PhDN] that appears on the telephone. The
[PDN] may appear as an [SDN] on other telephones that should ring.
♦
Calls that Call Fwd, Hunt, or are transferred to a [PDN] or [PhDN] will ring on telephones
per Program *71, *72, and *73 ringing assignments. The [PDN] or [PhDN] must appear
on a flexible button (as a [PDN], [SDN], or [PhDN]) of telephones that should ring.
Important! 120 Telephones (maximum) can be programmed to ring for any given [PDN],
[SDN] or [PhDN] in Program *71, *72, and *73 combined.
For the above case:
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♦
Telephones can be programmed to immediately Ring (*71 assignments), delay ring after
12 seconds (*72 assignments), or delay ring after 24 seconds (*73 assignments) for each
[PDN] or [PhDN] button that appears on the telephone.
♦
The called [PDN], [SDN], or [PhDN] button must be programmed to appear (Program 39)
on all Telephones that should ring.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 72 DNIS Number Network Table Assignments
System & Station
Program 72
DNIS Number Network Table Assignments
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
‡‡‡
+ROG
Network Table Number
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Line Access Code and Network Telephone
Number (1~27 digits)
Any type line can be accessed (ground, loop,
tie, and/or DID) to send a DNIS call back out
over the telephone network.
Press LED Button 02 to enter .
Press LED Button 03 to enter #.
Press LED Button 04 to enter a pause.
*
Route to Ports
Network Table
Number
Total DNIS Network
Number
Route to Ports
Network Table
Number
Total DNIS Network
Number
200
DK14
NA
NA
RCTUBA/BB
300~499
DK40
300~399
100
RCTUC/D
300~599
300
RCTUA
300~399
100
RCTUE/F
400~699
300
Network
Table
Number
Strata DK
Ground / Loop / Tie / DID Line Access Code and
Network Telephone Number
Programming
June 1998
Network
Table
Number
Ground / Loop / Tie / DID Line Access Code and
Network Telephone Number
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Program 72 DNIS Number Network Table Assignments
System & Station
Program 72 Overview
This program defines the external Network routing numbers that can be assigned DNIS/tie/
DID extension numbers in the Day, Day2, or Night ringing mode. This assignment will cause
incoming DNIS/tie/DID calls to route (forward) back out over a public, or private, telephone
network to a pre-assigned telephone number.
To assign a tie/DID line to Program 72 assignments: The DNIS/tie/DID extension number
must be assigned to route to the appropriate Network routing number in Program 71-1.
This program can also be used with non-DNIS or ANI (only), tie and/or DID Lines to assign
normal incoming tie/DID calls to route back out over the public, or private telephone network
to an external telephone number.
Important!
●
●
●
Tie/DID lines used for DNIS network routing must be enabled with tandem (Two-CO line)
connection with Program 15, Code 5 and Program 10-1, LED 20.
DNIS Network routing numbers will not be restricted by DK424 Toll Restriction
assignments.
Tie/DID lines must have LED05 ON in Program 17 to use the (DID, tie) DNIS routing
assignments in Program 71 and 72.
Important! DNIS network calls are timed by the Program 12 disconnect timer which, if set to
default, will disconnect the call after four minutes. The disconnect timer may be
disabled (see Program 12).
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Program 74 System NT Button Lock Password
System & Station
Program 74
System NT Button Lock Password
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Port 000 for all tenants
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Tenant Number (1~4)
Tenant Number
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Night Lock Password for selected
Tenant (4-digits)
NT Lock Password (4 Digits)
1
2
3
4
Program 74 Overview
This program assigns the password for each 1LJKW7UDQVIHU or 1LJKW7UDQVIHUa
button. To lock the system ringing mode requires a password and two buttons: 1LJKW
7UDQVIHU and 1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN.
♦
♦
1LJKW7UDQVIHU switches the station to Night Transfer mode.
1LJKW7UDQVIHU /RFN + the Night Lock password, locks the 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button
into that ringing mode.
The Strata DK system provides three system ringing modes (Day/Day2/Night). The system
ringing modes are controlled by the 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button which is programmed on a
flexible button of a telephone or attendant console. Each ringing mode allows incoming calls
to be routed to different destinations.
Programs related to Program 74 are:
Program 39, which assigns the 1LJKW7UDQVIHU and 1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN buttons to
stations. Also, these station(s) must be assigned as the designated Night Transfer Lock station
in Program *36.
Program 59, which assigns 1LJKW7UDQVIHU/1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN buttons to attendant
consoles. Attendant consoles and stations (assigned in Program *36) can also change the
1LJKW7UDQVIHU/RFN button password using a special access code. Program *36 is not
required to assign attendant consoles to Night Transfer Lock functions.
Also see Programs 39, *36, *15 and 77-3.
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Program 76-1(X-Y) DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
System & Station
Program 76-1(X-Y)
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Port 1 (Type 1), Ports 2~4 (Type 0)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
X = Port Number (1~4)
Y=Port Type (0~6), see table below.
Port
Number
Run Program 91-2
System power must be cycled or Program 91-2
must be run to transfer Program 76-1 data entries
from temporary memory to working memory.
Port Type (0~6)
1
2
3
4
Program 76-1 Overview
This program assigns each installed WSIU (DK14 only), TSIU (DK40 only) or RSIU/RSIS
(DK424 only) port to a function.
For Program 76-1(X-Y):
X identifies the WSIU, TSIU port number 1~2 or RSIU/RSIS/RMDS port number 1~4.
Y identifies the WSIU, TSIU or RSIU/RSIS/RMDS port function as shown below:
Port Type
(Y)
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Function
0
No port equipped. This should be used for any of the four RSIU/RSIS/RMDS ports that are not
used.
1
TTY or modem1.
TTY RS-232 port (set Program 77-1, LED 14 OFF; DK14, DK40 or DK424).
RMDS modem port (set Program 77-1, LED 14 ON; DK424).
2
SMDR
3
MIS or SMIS (DK424)
4
SMDI
5
Open Architecture Interface (see Program 77-4) (DK424 R3.2)
6
Caller ID output to Caller ID interface box (DK14 only)2
1
If port type code 1 is set, then Program 77-1, LED 14 status determines if the port operates as a system
administration/maintenance modem (LED 14 ON) or an RS-232 administration/maintenance TTY port (LED 14
OFF). For modem operation, an RMDS piggy-back PCB is required, for RS-232 TTY port, a TSIU, WSIU,
RSIU/RSIS/RMDS PCB may be used.
2
If the DK14 CO lines must pass Caller ID information to the Toshiba telephones, LCD/RPCI-DI, an interface
box, TC1041 (MLX-41), must be connected to one of the WSIU outputs. For more information, see the Caller ID
instructions in Chapter 1 – DK14 Installation of the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Strata DK
Programming
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Program 76-1(X-Y) DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
System & Station
Strata DK
♦
Port types set in this program override RSSU, PIOU, and/or PIOUS function codes (41,
42, 43) set in Program 03. To activate changes made to this program, system power must
be turned off/on or Program 91-2 must be run.
♦
Communication Parameters:
SMDI, MIS or SMIS, TTY, IMDU/RMDS, Caller ID, OAI: 7 bits, even parity, 1 stop bit.
SMDR: 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.
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Program 76-2 (X-Z) WSIU, TSIU and RSIU / RSIS / RMDS Transmission Rates
System & Station
Program 76-2 (X-Z)
WSIU, TSIU and RSIU / RSIS / RMDS Transmission
Rates
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All ports 2400 bps
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Z=Transmission Rate (1~4):
SELECT = 2
1
2
3
4
X=Port (1~4)
Port Number
(x)
=
=
=
=
9600 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
1200 bps
Data Transmission Rate (z)
1
2
3
4
Total
Note Total must be ≤ 9600 bps.
Program 76-2 Overview
Assigns each installed WSIU (DK14 only), TSIU (DK40 only) or RSIU port to operate at a
specified transmission rate. Where X identifies the WSIU, TSIU port number 1~2 or RSIU/
RSIS/RMDS port number 1~4 and Z identifies the WSIU, TSIU or RSIU/RSIS/RMDS port
data transmission rate in bits-per-second (bps).
Whenever uploading Program 76 with DKAdmin/DKBackup, the bps rate of the DKBackup/
DKAdmin customer database (on the PC) and the WSIU, TSIU or RSIU/RSIS/RMDS TTY/
RMDS port must all be set the same. If the bps rate of these items are not the same, uploading
Program 76 will fail.
The sum of the transmission rates of equipped WSIU, TSIU or RSIU/RSIS/RMDS ports
cannot exceed 9600 bps. Ports assigned “no-function” (code 0) in Program 76-2X-Y will not
be included in the transmission rate sum. The RMDS will only function at 1200 or 2400 bps
on the DK424 (see Program 77-1 LED 15).
Program 76-2 does not require system power OFF/ON to change the bps rate.
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Program 77-1 Peripheral Options (Door Phones)
System & Station
Program 77-1
Peripheral Options (Door Phones)
RSIU / RSIS / RMDS, PIOU/PIOUS / IMDU, PEPU
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
LED/
Button
X
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are
marked with an X in the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
20
Door Lock Time/6 seconds
Door Lock Time/3 seconds
19
Port 028/DDCB 4 or HDCB 4 (DK424)
Port 028/Telephone (DK424)
18
Port 020/DDCB 3 or HDCB 3 (DK40/DK424)
Port 020/Telephone (DK40/DK424)
17
Port 012/DDCB 2 or HDCB 2 (DK424)
Port 012/DDCB 2 or HDCB 2 (DK40 Expansion
Unit)
Port 003/DDCB 2 (DK14)
Port 012/Telephone (DK40 Expansion Unit,
DK424).
Port 003/Telephone (DK14).
Port 004/DDCB 1 or HDCB 1 (DK424)
Port 004/DDCB 1 (DK40)
Port 002/DDCB 1 (DK14)
Port 004/Telephone (DK40, DK424).
16
15
RMDS Modem Protocol CCIT (2400 bps)
RMDS Modem Protocol Bell212A (1200 bps)
14
RMDS/IMDU Modem (DN #19)/Enabled
RMDS/IMDU Modem (DN #19)/Disabled
10
Enable DKAdmin/Backup ACK/NAC Protocol
Disable DKAdmin/Backup ACK/NAC Protocol
08
Door Phone Ring on External Page in Night
Mode
No Ring on External Page in Night Mode
07
Door Lock Relay Enabled
External Page Relay Enabled
06
NT Relay with NT1 and NT2 Button and
Ringing CO Line
NT Relay Steady with NT1 Button (DK424
only)
Port 002/Telephone (DK14).
05
MOH Relay Enabled
NT Relay Enabled
04
—
—
03
—
—
02
LED 02 applies to DK14/DK40 only.
LED 01 has priority.
External Page on Base Unit Relay Enabled
01
LED 01 applies to DK14/DK40 only.
MOH on Base Unit Relay Enabled
NT on Base Unit Relay Enabled
Program 77-1 Overview
This program performs the following functions:
♦
♦
♦
♦
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Programs door lock relays
Assigns door phones/lock control units
Enables RMDS/IMDU built-in maintenance modems
Sets RMDS communications standard type
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♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
System & Station
Enables DKAdmin Communications Protocol
Enables/disables door phone ring tone to external paging when system is in Night mode
Assigns a relay to operate with door lock function or external page for mute control
Assigns a relay to operate in one of two Night Transfer modes
Assigns a relay to operate in one of two applications
LED 20: Door Lock Time
The Door Lock Relay contact may be programmed to operate for either three or six seconds
(applies to PIOU, PIOUS, PEPU, DDCB, and HDCB door lock controls).
LEDs 16~19: Port Number/Door Phone/Lock Control Units
Door phone/lock existence is defined by this program. The door lock option is set via Program
77-2.
♦
DK424: Door phone/lock controllers (DDCBs and/or HDCBs) can only exist at Ports 004,
012, 020 and 028, and can only be installed on Circuit 5 of a PDKU, RDSU, PEKU and/or
PESU. PDKUs and RDSUs support DDCBs, but not HDCBs. PEKUs and PESUs can
support HDCBs, but not DDCBs. After assignment of a DDCB or HDCB, door phone
numbers (#151~#159, #161~#163) effectively replace the station number assignment in
Program 04.
Up to four DDCBs/HDCBs can be installed in a system with RCTUB, RCTUBA/BB and
C/D, only 3 are allowed with RCTUA. They must be assigned a PDKU, RDSU, PEKU or
PESU port number to operate (DDCB to PDKU or RDSU, and HDCB to PEKU or PESU).
(See Program 79 and *79 for door phone ringing assignments)
Station PCBs that are connected to HDCB/DDCB door phones control boxes must be
installed in lower slot numbers than tie, DID, or Attendant Console PCBs.
♦
DK40 and DK14: See port information on record sheet.
LED 15: RMDS Protocol
This program sets the RMDS communications standard type to CCITT/V.22bis (2400bps) or
Bell 212A (1200bps). The standard set in this program must match the standard of the modem
that will be used to communicate with the Strata DK RMDS.
♦
If the RMDS modem standard should be 2400bps/CCITT/ V.22bis, turn LED 15 on; if the
RMDS standard is a 1200 bps/Bell 212A, turn LED 15 off. Most Hayes compatible
modems will function with either standard; check with the modem manufacturer’s
documentation to verify which protocol should be used. When the system is initialized the
Bell 212A (1200 bps) standard is set (LED 15 off).
♦
IMDU can be 1200 bps or 300 bps as set by SW2 on the PIOU or PIOUS PCB; RMDS can
be 1200 bps or 2400 bps as set in Program 76-2 and Program 77-1 LED 15.
LED 14: RMDS or IMDU Modem
DK424: This program enables the DK424 built-in maintenance modem function: RMDS
or IMDU. If LED 14 is off, the RSIU Port (1~4) which is set for TTY operation (Code 1 in
Program 76-1) will operate as a local RS-232 maintenance port. If RSIU is not configured
as TTY, then the PIOU/PIOUS/RSSU that has code 41 set in Program 03, will operate as a
local TTY maintenance port.
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Program 77-1 Peripheral Options (Door Phones)
System & Station
Only one DK424 built-in modem RMDS or IMDU can be used in the DK424; if both are
installed, RMDS will be accessed when a CO line direct rings the modem or is transferred
to the modem by dialing &QI7UQ+.
♦
DK40: Turn LED 14 ON if the optional PIOU or PIOUS has Remote Maintenance from
the IMDU modem subassembly. If an IMDU is installed on a DK40 PIOU or PIOUS, it
can be accessed by dialing station #19 (unless the access code prefix has been changed
with Program 05).
Other system Programs that are related to the system modem are: Program 76, RMDS/TTY
assignments on RSIU PCB; *-51~53, system CO line to modem ringing assignments; Program
71-1, DNIS line to modem ringing assignments; Program *09, DID line to modem ringing
assignments; Program 77-1, LED 15, RMDS modem Protocol/speed assignments.
If a modem unit (RMDS/IMDU) is installed, it can be accessed by dialing Station #19 and can
be assigned a DID extension number in Program *09 or in Program 71 (1~3). See Program 79
and Program *79 for door phone ringing assignments.
LED 10: DKAdmin/Backup
Enables the system to Upload/Download the RCTU RAM data base using Toshiba DKAdmin
and/or DKBackup software program. DKAdmin/Backup will automatically turn LED 10 ON
when the DKAdmin/Backup PC communicates with the DK424. LED 10 should be OFF if the
maintenance PC is using standard communication software (such as Procomm™) to program
the DK424.
LED 08: Door Phone Ring On External Page
If a door phone button is pressed, a ring tone can be enabled or disabled to external paging
when the system is in the Night mode. Activation of a Tenant 1 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button is
required to activate this feature. The Tenant 2~4 1LJKW7UDQVIHUa buttons do not apply to
door phones.
CO lines must be assigned to night ring over External Page (Program 78-1) to allow the NT
relay to operate when incoming CO lines ring. See Programs 79 and *79 for door phone
ringing assignments.
LED 07: Door Lock Relay/External Page Relay
A relay on the PIOU, PIOUS, or PEPU can be assigned to operate with the Door Lock
function or with External Page for mute control. The door lock button ( 8QORFN'RRUa) is
assigned in Program 39; the door lock activation time is assigned in Program 77-1. This door
lock function is not associated with the DDCB or HDCB door lock, but is an addition to them.
This option applies to the PIOU/PIOUS/PEPU Door Lock Control 0 assigned to electronic or
digital telephone buttons using Code 471 in Program 39; it does not apply to DDCB or HDCB
Door Lock Control.
LED 06: NT Relay
A relay located on the PIOU, PIOUS, PEPU, DK14 KSU or DK40 KSU can be assigned to
operate in one of two Night Transfer modes (see next item, MOH/NT Relay).
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♦
DK14: Activate the NT Relay in the DK14 KSU before setting the specific Night Transfer
mode with LED 06.
♦
DK40: Activate the NT Relay on the PIOU or PIOUS with LED05, or activate the NT
Relay on the DK40 KSU with LED 01 before setting Night Transfer mode with LED 06.
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System & Station
In one mode, the relay will activate for one second, then be idle for three seconds when a line
rings (incoming) while the system is in the Night mode. The intended application is to control
an external ringing device at night.
Program 78 or Program 71 (1~3, Code #271) must have Ring Over External Page activated for
this feature. In the second mode, the relay will operate continuously while the NIGHT mode is
activated. One application for this mode is to control an external answering machine.
CO lines must be assigned to night ring over External Page (Program 78-1) to allow the NT
relay to operate when incoming CO lines ring.
LED 05: MOH/NT Relay (DK40, DK424)
A relay on the PIOU, PIOUS, or PEPU can be assigned to operate in one of two applications.
A choice must be made between use for Night Transfer application (see NT Relay, LED 06) or
Music-on-Hold (MOH). If used for MOH, the relay will activate when any trunk or station is
placed on hold. The intended application is to control a tape player which can be used as a
Music-on-Hold source.
LEDs 02 and 01: MOH/NT/External Page Relay (DK14 and DK40)
For KSU relay to MOH, LEDs 01 and 02 must be ON.
For NT function, LED 02 must be ON, LED 01 OFF.
For External Page function, LED02 must be OFF, LED 01 can be ON or OFF.
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Program 77-2 Door Phone Busy Signal/Door Lock Assignments
System & Station
Program 77-2
Door Phone Busy Signal/Door Lock Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
LED/
Button
20
X
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are
marked with an X in the table below.
LED ON
One Door Phone Ring
LED OFF
Five Door Phone Rings
19
—
—
18
—
—
17
—
—
16
DDCB4/HDCB4 B-jack is Lock Control #4 (DK424)
B is connected to Door Phone 4B
15
Door phone 4C Busy Out
No Busy Signal
14
Door phone 4B Busy Out
No Busy Signal
13
Door phone 4A Busy Out
No Busy Signal
12
DDCB4/HDCB3 B-jack is Lock Control #3 (DK40/
DK424)
B is connected to Door Phone 3B
11
Door phone 3C Busy Out
No Busy Signal
10
Door phone 3B Busy Out
No Busy Signal
09
Door phone 3A Busy Out
No Busy Signal
08
DDCB4/HDCB2 B-jack is Lock Control #2 (DK424)
DDCB2 B-jack is Lock Control #2 (DK40, DK14)
B is connected to Door Phone 2B
07
Door phone 2C Busy Out
No Busy Signal
06
Door phone 2B Busy Out
No Busy Signal
Door phone 2A Busy Out
No Busy Signal
05
04
DDCB4/HDCB1 B-jack is Lock Control #1 (DK424)
DDCB1 B-jack is Lock Control #2 (DK40, DK14)
B is connected to Door Phone 1B
03
Door phone 1C Busy Out
No Busy Signal
02
Door phone 1B Busy Out
No Busy Signal
01
Door phone 1A Busy Out
No Busy Signal
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Program 77-2 Door Phone Busy Signal/Door Lock Assignments
System & Station
Program 77-2 Overview
This program performs three functions:
♦
Sets number of times door phone rings
♦
Sets fast busy tone if the called door phone does not exist
♦
Configures B-pack on DDCB/HDCB output for door lock control
LED 20: Door Phone Ring Count
The number of times that a door phone will ring digital and electronic telephones is set with
this LED. Light the LED for one ring; turn it OFF for five rings. The default is five rings. See
Program 79 to assign which telephones will be rung by door phones.
LEDs 01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 07, 09, 10, 11, 13, 14, and 15: Door Phone Busy Out
Each door phone controller (DDCB or HDCB) can interface with up to three door phones. The
system treats each controller as a station. Therefore, this is quite different from all other station
arrangements using telephones. Only one door phone can be in used at one time. The system
does not automatically know how many door phones are connected to each DDCB or HDCB,
so it must be told.
This program is used to enter that information so that a caller will receive fast busy tone if the
called door phone does not exist. Door phones 1A, 1B, 1C are numbered #151, #152, #153,
respectively, and are connected to the DDCB or HDCB at Port 004. Door phones 2A, 2B, 2C
are numbered #154, #155, #156, respectively, and are connected to the DDCB or HDCB at
port 012, etc.
LEDs 04, 08, 12, and 16: Door Lock Assignments
Each B-jack on the DDCB and HDCB output can be configured for door lock control. Door
lock control buttons (8QORFN'RRUa) for door locks are assigned to electronic or digital
telephones in Program 39. Door lock activation time is set in Program 77-1. Each DDCB
requires one PDKU or RDSU circuit, and each HDCB requires one PEKU or PESU electronic
telephone circuit. These door locks are not associated with, but are in addition to the door lock
control provided by the PIOU, PIOUS, or PEPU PCB.
CAUTION! To prevent system malfunction, DO NOT install the RDSU or PESU in slot
18 of the DK40 system.
DK424
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DK40, DK14
DDCB/HDCB
Slot Number
Port Number
DDCB Type
DK40 Port Number
DK14 Port Number
11
004
DDCB1
004
002
12
012
DDCB2
012
003
13
020
DDCB3
020
NA
14
028
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Program 77-3 Night Ringing Over PIOU External Page Zones
System & Station
Program 77-3
Night Ringing Over PIOU External Page Zones
Processor Type:
DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Zones 1~4 assigned to tenant 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 3
Enter a PIOU external page
zone relay (1~4).
Tenant
Tenant 1 CO Lines
Tenant 2 CO Lines
Tenant 3 CO Lines
Tenant 4 CO Lines
Zone 1
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter the tenant (1~4) to be assigned with
the zone entered in the preceding step.
These assignments apply to ground and
loop start lines only; they do not apply to DID
and tie lines.
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Program 77-3 Overview
Each tenant’s CO lines can be assigned to ring over selected PIOU external page zones during
the NIGHT mode. Lines must be allowed to Night Ring over External Page in Program 78 or
Program 71 (1~3, Code #271) for this feature to work. Tenant assignments are made in
Program *15.
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Program 77-4 RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output Assignments
System & Station
Program 77-4
RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output
Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 3.2 and above)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 4
LED/
Button
X
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are
marked with an X in the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
DNIS Number will be sent from OAI port
DNIS Number will not be sent from OAI port
01
Caller ID/ANI will be sent from OAI port
Caller ID/ANI will not be sent from OAI port
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Program 77-4 RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output Assignments
System & Station
Program 77-4 Overview
This program is used to enable Caller ID, Automatic Number Identification (ANI), and/or
Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) Numbers (received) to be sent from the RSIU
Open Architecture Interface (OAI) port. The OAI port sends MIS data for ACD calls (only)
along with ANI, Caller ID and/or DNIS Numbers received on ACD calls depending on LED
01 and LED 02 option settings. ANI, Caller ID and/or DNIS numbers on non-ACD calls will
not be sent out the OAI port for non-ACD calls.
LED 01/LED 02: RSIU Open Architecture Interface (OAI) Data Output Assignments (Caller
ID/DNIS/ANI/OAI Output Options)
Turn LED 01 ON if the OAI port should send Caller ID and/or ANI information for ACD calls
and LED 02 ON if the OAI port should send DNIS Number (not DNIS NAME) for ACD calls.
LED 01 and 02 may be ON or OFF in any combination.
RCTU PCB requires RKYS4 and RSIU to provide MIS, Caller ID, ANI, and DN information
via the system OAI port.
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Program 78 CO Line Special Ringing Assignments
System & Station
Program 78
CO Line Special Ringing Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Feature Number 1, 2, 5, or 6
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CO Line
Specify CO lines with LED Buttons as defined by the table
below. All LEDs with an X should be lit when finished.
Code 1~3
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
After programming, press:
Press 9RO▲ to turn all LEDs ON
Press 9RO▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
0RGH + CO line number + to display and advance
CO Line Range
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
Line
Feature
Number
Code
1
3
Ring Over External Page
during NIGHT mode
1
DISA CO Line during DAY
Mode
2
DISA CO Line during DAY2
Mode
3
DISA CO Line during NIGHT
Mode
1
Ring IMDU or RMDS1 Modem
during DAY Mode
2
Ring IMDU or RMDS1 Modem
during DAY2 Mode
3
Ring IMDU or RMDS1 Modem
during Night Mode
1
Auto Attendant during DAY
Mode2
2
Auto Attendant during DAY2
Mode2
3
Auto Attendant during Night
Mode2
2
5
6
Feature
Description
Processor
LED
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
RMDS requires RSIU and is available with DK424 only, IMDU requires PIOU or PIOUS. See Programs 77-1 LED 14, and
Program 76 for RMDS. Only one built-in maintenance modem, IMDU or RMDS, will function at a time in DK424.
2
If CO lines should ring telephones before the Auto Attendant answers, use Program 81~89 to assign telephones to ring. Do not
assign telephones in Program 81~89, if the Auto Attendant should answer on the first ring.
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Program 78 CO Line Special Ringing Assignments
System & Station
Program 78 Overview
This program assigns ground/loop start CO lines:
♦
to ring over external page during night mode
♦
to be used with DISA features
♦
for direct access to IMDU/RMDS modem
♦
for Auto Attendant operation
Feature 1: Ring Over External Page During Night Mode
This program selects which ground/loop start CO lines will activate ringing over external
paging facilities during the NIGHT mode (for Tenants 1~4). The NT Relay on the PIOU,
PIOUS, or PEPU will also be activated if it is in the 1-second ON/3-seconds OFF mode.
Feature 2: DISA CO Line Assignment
This program assigns ground/loop start CO lines to be used with the Direct Inward System
Access (DISA) features. These lines may be set for DISA operation during the different
system modes of DAY, DAY2, and NIGHT. A line will switch to normal ringing after ten
seconds if the outside caller does not use the DISA feature. Normal function of these lines
occurs for outgoing calls.
Note
An optional security code for DISA outgoing lines calls is available via Program 60-6.
This code should always be programmed when using DISA and built-in Auto
Attendant to prevent unauthorized calls through the DK system.
Feature 5: Ring IMDU or RMDS Maintenance Modem
The IMDU (DK40 and DK424 only) or RMDS (DK424 only) Remote Maintenance modem
can be directly accessed by incoming ground/loop start CO lines assigned in this Program.
Different alternatives are available for the system modes of DAY, DAY2, and NIGHT. If none
of these are selected, the IMDU or RMDS can still be reached by dialing a modem [DN] with
the DISA feature or by a Ring Transfer from the DSS console attendant or any other station.
The IMDU or RMDS modem must be enabled with Program 77-1, LED 14-ON.
Feature 6: Built-in Auto Attendant CO Line Assignment
This feature selects ground/loop start CO lines for Auto Attendant operation. There is no limit
to the number of lines which can be assigned with Auto Attendant. Different alternatives are
available for system modes DAY, DAY2, and NIGHT.
Built-in Auto Attendant is not available for tie, DID, ANI or DNIS lines on DK40 or DK424
and is not available on any line of DK14.
Note
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Auto Attendant assignments 61~63 have priority over ACD assignments in Program
14-0.
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Program 79 Door Phone Ringing
System & Station
Program 79
Door Phone Ringing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: All LEDs are OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Port Number
Enter the port number having
Door Phone Ringing assigned.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are marked with an X in
the table below.
To specify a port range, enter
XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*
Processor
Port Range
Processor
Port Range
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Feature
LED
Muted ring to busy DKT/EKT
20
Ports
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
Door phone 4C Ring DP12
12
Door phone 4B Ring DP11
11
Door phone 4A Ring DP10
10
Door phone 3C Ring DP9
9
Door phone 3B Ring DP8
8
Door phone 3A Ring DP7
7
Door phone 2C Ring DP6
6
Door phone 2B Ring DP5
5
Door phone 2A Ring DP4
4
Door phone 1C Ring DP3
3
Door phone 1B Ring DP2
2
Door phone 1A Ring DP1
1
DP = Door Phone Program
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Program 79 Door Phone Ringing
System & Station
Program 79 Overview
This program assigns the door phone ringing feature to ports.
LED 20: Muted Ring to Busy Electronic and Digital Telephone
If all electronic and digital telephones are busy and a door phone button is pressed, a muted
ring tone can be sent to selected digital and electronic telephones, as defined with this
program. (Only the lowest port in the appropriate ringing group will mute ring.)
LEDs 01~12: Door Phone Ring
When a door phone button is pressed, selected digital and/or electronic telephones will ring as
assigned with this program. See Program 77-2 for an explanation of the door phone A, B, and
C numbering scheme. (Use Program *79 to assign [DN] button LEDs to flash on telephones
that are assigned to ring.)
Door phones will not ring attendant consoles or standard telephones. Ringing door phones will
flash on idle console’s $QVZHU buttons, but will not alert a console that is in the busy mode.
See Program 77-1 for door phone box port assignments.
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Program *79 Door Phone to [DN] Flashing Assignments
System & Station
Program *79
Door Phone to [DN] Flashing Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: No [DNs] assigned to ring for any door phone
6SNU
+ROG
Door Box Number (1~4)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter a [DN] Port Reference
(Port Number of the [DN] that should flash when the
door phone button is pressed.)
Door Box Circuit Number (1~3)
[DN] = [PDN] or [PhDN] port (see Legend below)
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
Processor
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
500~509
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~579
DK40
000~027
500~527
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
Door Phone Number/Location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Door Phone Box
Number
1
2
3
4
Door Box Circuit
Number
[PhDN] Port Range
[DN] Port Reference
Number
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
Program *79 Overview
This program assigns door phones to ring Directory Number buttons ([PDNs]/[SDNs]
[PhDNs]) when pressed and flash the [DN]’s LED. Each door phone can be assigned to flash
one [DN]’s LED and the [DN] can be assigned to appear and ring on up to 120 telephones.
Program 79 must be used in conjunction with Program *79 to ring a telephone with a flashing
[DN], when the door phone button is pressed. See Program 77-1 for door phone control box
port assignments.
Important! To allow a door phone to flash and ring, you must assign the [DN] to flash in
Program *79 and the telephone on which it appears must be assigned to ring in
Program 79.
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Program 80 EKT and DKT Ringing Tones (CO Line Calls)
System & Station
Program 80
EKT and DKT Ringing Tones (CO Line Calls)
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: Tone 1 is assigned to all ports
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number
*
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Ringing Tone Code
1 = Tone Option 1
2 = Tone Option 2
3 = Tone Option 3
Enter the telephone port number for which the
ringing tone is being defined.
To specify a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
+ROG
*
Ring Tone Option
1
2
3
Incoming Line Call*
500/640 Hz
1200/1500 Hz
800/1000 Hz
Transferred Line Call
540/760 Hz
1300/1780 Hz
880/1180 Hz
*Incoming Line Call distinctive ring tones apply to DID, ground, and
loop start CO lines.
Ring tone for internal or [DN] calls, and tie line incoming calls is 500
Hz for all telephones.
Processor
Port Range
Processor
DK14
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
000~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Ringing Tone (Code)
Port
Number
Tone 1
(1)
Tone 2
(2)
Tone 3
(3)
Ringing Tone (Code)
Port
Number
Tone 1
(1)
Tone 2
(2)
Tone 3
(3)
Port Range
Ringing Tone (Code)
Port
Number
Tone 1
(1)
Tone 2
(2)
Tone 3
(3)
Program 80 Overview
External speakers and all electronic and digital telephones are paged by dialing: [DN] + .
The$OO&DOO3DJH$& button is used to page all digital and electronic telephones only;
external speakers are not included when using the button.
PESU/PEKU can be in any universal slot assigned in Program 19-1.
CAUTION! To prevent system malfunction, DO NOT install the PESU in slot 18 of the
DK40 system.
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Program *80 Call Forward Station Ring Assignment
System & Station
Program *80
Call Forward Station Ring Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs with Release 3.2 and above
Program Type:
Station
Initialized Default: LED 01, 04, and 07 ON for all lines
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SELECT = CO Line Number
To specify a CO line range, enter XXX XXX
(low line high line).
*
*
Day
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
CO Line Range
Processor
CO Line Range
NA
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
NA
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
Call Forward Station
Ring Assignment
LED
+ROG
LED buttons = ringing assignment in
which calls should Call Forward
DK14
Delay 2 (89)
Day 2
+ROG
Processor
System
Ring Mode
Night
CO Lines
09
Delay 1 (88)
08
Immediate (87)
07
Delay 2 (86)
06
Delay 1 (85)
05
Immediate (84)
04
Delay 2 (83)
03
Delay 1 (82)
02
Immediate (81)
01
Program *80 Overview
Sets the Call Forward (CF) ringing assignment for ground/loop CO line calls. The station that
controls CF should be the only station programmed to ring in the appropriate Ringing
Assignment Programs (81~89). This program does not apply to tie, DID, DNIS, or ANI lines.
Example application: A CO line call rings a CO line button on multiple stations, then Call
Forwards. CO line 001 is programmed to ring station 200, then after 12 secs., it delay rings
stations 201 and 202 (12 secs.). Then, CO line 001 will CF per station 203’s CF setting. If
station 203 has CF-No Answer, CO line 001 will ring station 203, and then CF. If station 203
has CF-All Calls, CO line 001 will not ring station 203, but will forward immediately.
Programming for the above example:
Program 39 - Put CO line 001 button on stations 200~203.
Program 81 - Set CO line 001 to ring station 200 immediately.
Program 82 - Set CO line 001 to Delay Ring station 201 and 202
Program 83 - Set CO line 001 to Delay 2 Ring station 203.
Program *80 - Set CO line 001 to CF during Delay 2 Ring assignment (LED 03 ON).
Set station 203 to CF to Voice Mail. When CO line 001 rings, the call will forward per station
203’s CF (All Calls, No Answer, etc.) setting during the Delay 2 ring period. Note that only
station 203 can be set to ring in the Delay 2 (Program 83) ring assignment to allow CF to
operate. VM will receive station 203’s VMID (set via code #656).
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Programs 81~89 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing
System & Station
Programs 81~89
Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: All LEDs ON for Port 000 (81), Port 001 (87), all other LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = 1~9
(for type of ringing)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO line assigned to ring selected
station port or DH Group number(s).
SELECT = Station or DH port
(see legend below)
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
Selected trunks ring selected station ports as follows:
81 = Immediate
DAY
82 = 12-second delay
83 = 24-second delay
84 = Immediate
DAY 2
85 = 12-second delay
87 = Immediate
NIGHT
86 = 24-second delay
88 = 12-second delay
89 = 24-second delay
Processor
Station Port
Range
DH Port
CO Line
Processor
Station Port
Range
DH Port
CO Line
DK14
000~009
900~909
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
900~915
001~048
DK40
000~027
900~915
001~012
RCTUC/D
000~239
900~915
001~144
RCTUA
000~031
900~915
001~016
RCTUE/F
000~335
900~915
001~200
CO Line
Station or DH Port
LED
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
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Programs 81~89 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing
System & Station
Program 81~89 Overview
Programs 81~89 assign telephones or a Distributed Hunt group to each CO line that will ring.
Use Programs *81, *84 and *87 to assign which [PDN] and/or [PhDN] buttons flash when a
call comes in on various CO lines.
♦
If the telephone has a specific CO /LQH button or 3RROHG/LQH*US button, do not use
Programs *81, *84 or *87 to assign [DN] LEDs to flash. This will cause both the CO line
and [DN] button to flash on the telephone when the CO line rings on an incoming call.
♦
Programs *81, *84, and *87 data should be blank for CO lines that ring Voice Mail (VM)
ports. Always check these programs because *81 and *87 default to port 000 and 001 and
CO lines 18~200.
➤ To assign CO line ringing ports to station LEDs
1. On the record sheet on the previous page, enter the port numbers in the grey boxes in the
top row.
2. Enter the CO Line numbers in the left column.
3. Mark “X’s” in the boxes indicating which LED should be lit when a CO Line call comes in
on a particular port.
Auto Attendant
Use Programs 81~89 to set-up DK424 built-in Auto Attendant delay ring feature per the guide
on the next page.
CO lines to Ring Station [PDN] Ports and/or Distributed Hunt (DH) Group
Ports
CO lines that must ring DH groups must be assigned to ring the specific DH group number
(900~915). If the CO /LQH button or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons must appear on the DH
group member telephones, Program *81, *84 and *87 assignments are not necessary. Do not
assign DH group member station ports in Program 81~89.
Station Ringing Modes
Important! 120 telephones maximum can be programmed to ring in any one mode (Day/
Day2/Night) per CO line.
The delay functions are mainly used in Centrex application, but can be used for other
situations. If delayed ringing occurs, the station that initially rings will continue to ring with
subsequent delayed ring stations. A wide variety of line ringing to stations can be programmed
into the system.
There are nine categories:
Ringing Mode
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Comments
Day Immediate
Ring assigned telephones on first ring from CO line (second ring to Caller
Day Delay1
Delay1 is a 12-second delay of ringing signal to a standard, electronic, or
Day Delay2
Delay2 is a 24-second ring delay.
Day2 Immediate
Same as Day Immediate except during Day2 NT mode.
Day2 Delay1
Same as Day Delay 1 except during Day 2.
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Programs 81~89 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing
System & Station
Ringing Mode
Comments
Day2 Delay2
Same as Day Delay 2 except during Day 2.
Night Immediate
Same as Day Immediate except during Day2 NT mode.
Night Delay1
Same as Day Delay 1 except during Day 2 NT mode.
Night Delay2
Same as Day Delay 1 except during Day 2 NT mode.
Day, Day2, Night refer to the 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button’s three modes.
Attendant Console (DK424 only)
Programs 81~89 are used to ring individual attendant consoles and/or to enable attendant
console incoming CO line call load sharing. (See “Auto Attendant Delay Ring” and “PC and
Conventional Attendant Console Programming Overview” in Chapter 5 – Station Apparatus
of the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.)
Attendant Console Load Sharing
In Programs 81, 84, and 87, assign all CO lines (ground, loop, and DID) that should alternately
ring multiple attendant consoles to the respective Load Share console ports (see “Attendant
Console Load Share Programming Example” on page 5-21 of the Strata DK Installation and
Maintenance Manual.
On DID lines, when the digits assigned to console ports in Program *09 are dialed on
incoming calls, the calls will alternately ring the Load Share consoles.
Auto Attendant Delay Ring
➤ To set Auto Attendant Delay Ring operation
Note
If the Auto Attendant must answer calls on the first ring, do not assign CO lines to ring
telephones in Programs 81~89.
1. Assign CO lines to ring the Auto Attendant (AA) in Program 78.
Program 78-61:
Program 78-62:
Program 78-63:
AA DAY
AA DAY 2
AA NIGHT
2. Assign stations that should ring (immediately for 12 seconds) before the AA answers to
the AA CO lines in Program 81 (84 – Day 2, 87 – Night). Also assign the [DN] that should
flash when the CO lines ring with Program *81 (*84 – Day 2, *87 – Night). As an option,
the station can be equipped with the appropriate CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons
in which case you should not program a [DN] to flash with Program *81.
♦
Stations assigned in Program 81 and the [DN] assigned in Program *81 – ring
immediate for 12 seconds and then stop ringing unless they are also assigned to ring in
Program 82. Assign [DN] for the appropriate CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons
to these ports using Program 39.
3. Assign stations that should ring (after a 12-second delay – for 12 seconds) before the AA
answers to the AA CO lines in Program 82 (85 – Day 2, 88 – Night). Also assign the [DN]
that should flash when the CO lines ring with Program *81 (*84 – Day 2, *87 – Night). As
an option, the station can be equipped with the appropriate &2/LQH or 3RROHG/LQH
*US buttons in which case you should not program a [DN] to flash with Program *81.
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Programs 81~89 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line Station Ringing
♦
System & Station
Station assigned in Program 82 and the [DN] assigned in Program *81 – ring after a
12-second delay for 12 seconds and then stop ringing. Assign the appropriate [DN] or
/LQH or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons to these ports using Program 39.
4. Assign any station to ring the AA CO lines in Program 83 (86 – Day 2, 89 – Night). This
assignment is only a flag that notifies the software to delay ring stations assigned in
Program 82. Program 83 station assignments do not ring.
♦
♦
♦
♦
Note
The station assigned in Program 83 will not ring because AA will answer the call after
24 seconds. Assign [DN] buttons that flash/ring on this station port using Program 39.
No Delay: If AA line(s) are assigned to ring stations in Program 81, but no stations are
assigned in Programs 82 or 83, AA will answer the call immediately (no delay ring).
12 Second Delay: If AA line(s) are assigned to ring stations in Programs 81 and 82 but
no stations are assigned in Program 83, stations assigned in Program 81 will ring
immediately for 12 seconds and then the AA will answer (stations assigned in
Program 82 will not ring).
24 Second Delay: If AA CO line(s) are assigned to ring stations in Programs 81, 82,
and 83, then the following ringing occurs:
The Auto Attendant Answers after stations assigned in Program 81 and 82 stop
ringing (24 seconds from start of call).
5. Use Program 39 to assign the [DN] button that should flash and ring before the AA
answers. The [DN] button, or buttons for multiple [PDNs], must be assigned on all station
ports assigned to ring in Programs 81-89 only if the stations that must ring before AA
answers do not have the appropriate CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons.
Auto Attendant Program Example
♦
CO lines 1~5 should ring [PhDN] 500 on station 200 immediately for 24 seconds (6
rings).
♦
CO lines 1~5 should delay ring [PhDN] 500 on station 208 after ringing [PhDN] on station
200 for 12 seconds.
♦
The Auto Attendant should answer CO 1~5, 24 seconds after station 200 started ringing
and 12 seconds after station 208 started ringing. Stations 200 and 208 stop ringing when
auto attendant answers.
➤ To program the example
1. Assign lines 001~005 to AA in Program 78-61.
2. Assign lines 001~005 to ring station 200 in Program 81.
3. Assign lines 001~005 to ring station 208 in Program 82.
4. Assign lines 001~005 to ring any installed RSTU, PDKU, or PEKU port that has a
telephone or does not have a telephone connected in Program 83 (Program 83 assignment
is used only to enable Program 82 delay ring stations to ring. Assign [PhDN] 500 button
on this port using Program 39).
5. Assign lines 001~005 to flash [PhDN] 500 in Program *81.
6. Assign the [PhDN] 500 button to station 200 and 208 using Program 39.
7. Make sure [PhDN] is assigned to an owner telephone (200 or 208) in Program *33.
8. Using Program 39, assign [PhDN] button 500 on stations 200 and 208.
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Programs *81, *84, and *87 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]
System & Station
Programs *81, *84, and *87
Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]
LED Flash Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: CO 018~200 flashes Port 000 (*81) and Port 001 (*87)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
Ringing Assignments
1 = Day Ring
4 = Day 2 Ring
7 = Night Ring
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Station Logical Port Number
Enter the [PDN] or [PhDN] that should flash
LED Button 01 enters blank data.
CO line number (see table below)
To add a CO line range, enter XXX XXX
(low CO line high CO line).
*
*
Processor
CO Line
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
Processor
CO Line
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
DK14
001~004
000~009
500~509
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
500~579
DK40
001~012
000~027
500~527
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
500~739
RCTUA
001~016
000~031
500~531
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
500~835
Day 2 Ring
[DN] (*84)
Night Ring
[DN] (*87)
CO Line
Number
Day Ring
[DN] (*81)
Day 2 Ring
[DN] (*84)
Night Ring
[DN] (*87)
CO Line
Number
Day Ring
[DN] (*81)
.
Important! Blank out initialized default data if CO line should not ring and flash [PDN]
assigned to port 000 and port 001. If this initialized data is programmed when
other [DNs] or telephones should flash and ring, Call Forward and Station Hunt
may not operate properly.
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Programs *81, *84, and *87 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]
System & Station
Programs *81, *84 and *87 Overview
Ground/loop start CO lines can be assigned to ring and flash specific Directory Number
buttons, including [PDNs], [SDNs] or [PhDNs]. These programs assign which [DN] will flash
when a ground/loop start CO line rings a direct incoming call to the DK system.
Programs 81~89 must be used in conjunction with Programs *81, *84, and *87 to ring the
telephone on which the flashing [DN] appears. Refer to the CO /LQH/[DN] button LED
control logic diagrams that follow these record sheets for more information.
Each ground/loop start CO line can be assigned to flash one [DN], but that [DN] button can be
assigned to up to 120 telephones. The assigned [DN] LED will flash as 1 Hz rate when CO line
call rings into the DK424.
If a specific CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH *US button is programmed to appear on a telephone
(in Program 39), do not assign a [DN] to flash on that telephone with Programs *81, *84, and
*87.
Important! If CO lines direct ring voice mail (VM) ports in Programs 81~89, the data for
those CO lines in Programs *81, *84, and *87 must be blank.
Program *81
Assigns which [DN] flashes when the CO line rings during the system Day mode.
Program *84
Assigns which [DN] flashes when the CO line rings during the system Day2 mode.
Program *87
Assigns which [DN] flashes when the CO line rings during the system Night mode.
Programs 81, 82, 83
Assign Immediate Ring, 12-second delay Ring, 24-second delay Ring in the Day mode,
respectively, to telephones with [DNs] assigned to flash in Program *81
Programs 84, 85, 86
Assign Immediate Ring, 12-second delay Ring, 24-second delay Ring in the Day2 mode,
respectively, to telephones with [DNs] assigned to flash in Program *84
Programs 87, 88, 89
Assign Immediate Ring in the Night mode, 12-second delay Ring, 24-second delay Ring,
respectively, to telephones with [DNs] assigned to flash in Program *87.
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Programs *81, *84, and *87 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]
System & Station
Ground/Loop Start
CO Incoming Call Ringing Control
Program
*81
N
Program 81
EKT/DKT
[DN]
Idle
Y
Y
N
I-Use or Red
[DN] 1 HZ
N
Y
EKT/DKT
or
SLT
SLT
SLT
[PDN]1
Idle
Y
EKT/DKT
Program 39
CO Line
Button
N
Y
N
Program
N
SLT is
talking on
[PDN]
*81
N
Y
Y
Y
[DN] Idle
N
[DN]
I-Use
N
Y
Telephone Receives
No Ring2
Telephone May
Receive Camp-On
Tone3
Telephone Receives
Ring Tone
Telephone
Receives Beep
and Camp-On Tone
Telephone Does Not
Ring
1575
1
[PDN] belongs to Standard Telephone.
2
If a digital/electronic telephone has an SLT [PDN] on their telephone and if that telephone is currently using the SLT
[PDN], the SLT will not receive camp-on tone.
3
See Program *34.
Figure 3-2
Strata DK
Strata DK CO Line Button/Directory Number [DN] Button Ringing Control Logic Diagram
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Programs *81, *84, and *87 Ground / Loop Start / CO Line to [DN]
System & Station
Ground/Loop Start CO Line
Incoming Call LED Control
Program *81
and [PDN] or [PhDN]
button [DN]
on telephone
Y
N
N
Telephone
[DN] LED
1 HZ-Red
Program 39
CO Line Button
on Telephone
?
Y
Y
Program 39
CO Line Button
on Telephone
?
N
No LED
Telephone CO Line
Button LED:
I-Called (Green)
Telephone [DN]
Button LED:
I-Called (Green)
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Figure 3-3
Strata DK CO Line Button/Directory Number LED Flash Control Logic Diagram
Program *81 CO Line to Station [DN] LED flashing Control Logic also applies to Programs
*84 and *87.
Program 81 CO Line to Station Ringing Control Logic also applies to Programs 82~89.
Important! System Record Sheets for Programs 90, 91, and 92 appear in the beginning of
this section because they must be executed prior to running any other programs.
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Program 93 CO Line Identification
System & Station
Program 93
CO Line Identification
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
LED Button for CO line being named.
To advance the line range, press Scroll.
Press Page for a lower range.
LED
‡‡‡
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CO Line Identification
Enter the CO line identification. (See next page
for data entry procedures.)
Processor
CO Line Range
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
Line
CO Line Identification (16 Characters Max. Enter One per Rectangle)
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
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Program 93 CO Line Identification
System & Station
Program 93 Overview
Assigns alphanumeric names (such as “WATS BAND 5”, “FX TO NY,” “MR JONES,” etc.) to
lines. The names can be up to 16 characters each, and display when the line is being used by an
LCD station. When programmed to display, Caller ID, DNIS, ANI, and ACD call information
will display in place of CO line Alpha identification data.
➤ To enter CO line identification
1. Enter Program 93 and select the desired CO line.
2. Using the guide below enter the CO line identification information.
Numeric Mode
~ are treated as numerals.
Dial pad starts in numeric mode. Press to switch to alpha mode.
Alpha Mode
1700
QZ
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PRS
TUV
WXY
Cursor
Left
Scroll
Key
Mode
Key
Moves cursor to
right, and starts
special character
entry when in the
Alpha Mode
Moves cursor to left
Changes from
Numeric to
Alpha Mode
and vice versa
Scrolls alpha and
special characters
Alpha Entry (Example):
Special Character Entry:
A
Q
B
Z
C
:
Alpha
Character
Entry
Sequence
–
+
/
Special
Character
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Entry
Sequence
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Program 97 Printing Program Data through SMDR
System & Station
Program 97
Printing Program Data through SMDR
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Prints out customer database
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
Cancels printout at
any time.
SELECT = Program Number
to be printed on SMDR.
To specify a range of programs, enter XX XX
(low program in range high program in range).
*
*
6SNU +ROG
Exit Program
Mode.
Data Print
Printout begins.
Program 97 Overview
Contents of each program can be sent to the SMDR port for a hard copy printout.
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Program 97 Printing Program Data through SMDR
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Toll Restriction
4
This chapter gives you an overview of the Toll Restriction feature and step-by-step
instructions to fill in the Toll Restriction System Record Sheets for DK14, DK40, and all
RCTUs.
Toll Restriction Methods
Toll Restriction screens and selectively restricts outgoing calls using three different methods.
Each type of restriction can be programmed for individual stations. Toll Restriction can also be
enabled/disabled for each outgoing line in the system.
Important! Strata DK requires that a “1” be dialed before an area code to provide simple,
three, or six-digit toll restriction.
Simple Toll Restriction
Only involves the first digit dialed. The system can be programmed to reject outgoing calls
beginning with 0 or 1 (see Program 48).
Three-digit Toll Restriction
Involves the system analyzing the area code dialed, and selectively allowing/disallowing
outgoing calls following the criteria defined in Area Code Tables (see Program 46, Codes
2~4).
Six-digit Toll Restriction
Involves the system analyzing the area code and the office code, and selectively allowing/
disallowing outgoing calls following the criteria defined in Area Code Tables and Office Code
Tables (see Program 46, codes 2~4 and 6~8).
Note
Strata DK
Standard telephones that are Toll Restricted should always be forced to use Least Cost
Routing (LCR) to place outside calls. This prevents Toll Restriction defeat when the
RRCS, K4RCU3, K5RCU or QRCU3 circuit times out.
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Toll Restriction Features
Toll Restriction
Toll Restriction Features
For description purposes, Toll Restriction is divided into several components, or subfeatures.
The subfeatures operate independently of the restriction methods just described, although they
may employ these methods.
Station Priority Classes 1~8
Eight classes of Toll Restriction can be defined to assign different levels of priority to
individual stations with RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F.
Four classes are supported with DK14, DK40, RCTUA, and RCTUBA/BB.
Classes can be defined so each is progressively more restrictive by allowing or denying
specific area or office codes, calls to long distance information, international calls, and
operator assisted calls (Programs 46-10~80).
Office Code Exception Tables
Class 1~8 restrictions can be further modified by defining as many as eight exception tables to
allow or deny access to specific office codes that fall within previously restricted area codes
(Program 47). Exception office code access is accomplished with the Six-digit Toll Restriction
method described earlier.
Emergency, Information, and Toll-free Long Distance Toll Restriction
Override
Toll Restricted stations may be allowed to dial special codes such as 911 or Enhanced 911
(E911) for emergency response, 1-411 or 411 for information, or 800 prefix toll-free calls (see
Program 46 for normal 911 and *10 for E911).
Important! Always be sure to provide access to emergency numbers such as 911.
Toll Restriction Override by System Speed Dial
System Speed Dial numbers can be programmed to override Toll Restriction (see Basic
System Features, Program 10-1).
Toll Restriction/Traveling Class Override Codes
Up to two Toll Restriction Override Codes can be defined. When dialed at a toll restricted
station, these codes enable the station user to override toll restrictions defined at the station
(Program 44-1~8 or 45-8~9). Codes may be changed by stations chosen in programming (see
Basic System Features, Program 30). Also, Verified Account Codes (Forced or Voluntary) can
be used to override or change a telephone’s toll restriction class on a call by call basis (see
Programs 69 and 70).
Special Common Carrier Authorization
Toll Restriction can be programmed to recognize Other Common Carrier (OCC) telephone
numbers, directory numbers, authorization codes, and Centrex/PBX access codes. The system
starts inspecting numbers for Toll Restriction purposes after the recognizable code is dialed
(Program 45-3~6). This does not apply to 10XXX or 101XXX carrier access codes which are
always restricted to stations that are toll restricted in any class in Program 48.
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Programming
June 1998
Completing the Toll Restriction System Record
Toll Restriction
Completing the Toll Restriction System Record
The following instructions explain how to complete System Record Sheets used to program
the Toll Restriction feature. They are arranged in the same order in which the tables appear in
the Toll Restriction System Record Sheets. The following instructions are intended to give a
concise general definition of the programming characteristics defined by each record sheet.
Notes
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Strata DK
On each record sheet, mark an X in the space provided to indicate that a choice is selected.
Unless otherwise specified, this indicates the LED is lit. When appropriate, indicate digits
to be entered using the station dialpad.
Programming
June 1998
4-3
Program 40 Station CO Line Access
Toll Restriction
Program 40
Station CO Line Access
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDs ON for all CO lines (all stations can access all lines)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Numbers
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO Lines
Light LEDs for the port(s) that are
allowed access.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
*
*
+ROG
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
To turn all CO LEDs ON or OFF, after the port number and is entered, press 9RO▲ (all LEDs ON) or 9RO▼ (all LEDs OFF).
To check a particular CO line, after the port number is entered, press 0RGH and enter the CO line number, then use the button to display and advance.
CO Line
Range
[PDN] Port
Range
DK14
001~004
000~009
DK40
001~012
000~027
RCTUA
001~016
000~031
039
Processor
CO Line
LED
Processor
CO Line
Range
[PDN] Port
Range
DISA Port
10
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
089
035
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
249
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
344
DISA Port
Port
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
4-4
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 40 Station CO Line Access
Toll Restriction
Program 40 Overview
This program is used to allow or deny each station and/or DISA to use CO lines on a line by
line basis. This applies to all analog and digital line types.
Any station can have access to as many lines as desired. Any station denied access (either to
make a call or to answer a call) to a line cannot seize it by dialing either an access or pickup
code or by using a CO line button. This also denies access via Least Cost Routing. Also, use
this program to divide lines for Tenant Service. Use Program 40 to deny CO line call pickup. If
only outgoing access is to be prevented but answering incoming calls should be allowed, use
Program 41, not Program 40 to deny CO line access.
Program 40 does not deny access to answer transferred calls. If the LED for a CO line is OFF
in this program, access to the line on direct incoming or outgoing calls is denied.
Important! If the DISA port is denied, CO line access in Program 40, DISA callers cannot
access outgoing CO lines when calling in on DISA lines. Also, External Call
Forward will be blocked on the denied lines. (See DISA port legend.)
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-5
Program 41 Station Outgoing Call Restriction
Toll Restriction
Program 41
Station Outgoing Call Restriction
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF for all CO lines (all stations can access all lines)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO Lines
Light LEDs for the port(s) that are
allowed access.
SELECT = Station Logical Port Numbers
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
high port).
*
*
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
After programming, press:
•
9RO
▲ to turn all LEDs ON
•
9RO
▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
•
0RGH
+ CO line number, then to display and advance
CO Line
Range
[PDN] Port
Range
DISA Port
DK14
001~004
000~009
010
DK40
001~012
000~027
035
RCTUA
001~016
000~031
039
Processor
CO Line
LED
CO Line
Range
[PDN] Port
Range
DISA Port
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
089
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
249
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
344
Processor
Port
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
4-6
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 41 Station Outgoing Call Restriction
Toll Restriction
Program 41 Overview
Program 41 restricts each station (or Direct Inward System Access (DISA) CO line) from
outgoing access to each line. If restricted, that station can still answer a ringing line or pick up
a call on hold but cannot directly access a line for an outgoing call by pressing the line button
or dialing the line access code. All Call Pickup functions operate normally. This does not deny
access via LCR.
Notes
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Strata DK
Automatic Busy Redial (ABR) overrides Program 41.
To deny a CO line to be accessed for DISA tandem connection or external call forward,
turn its LED ON (see DISA ports legend).
Programming
June 1998
4-7
Program 42-0 CO Line to PBX/Centrex Connection & Access Codes
Toll Restriction
Program 42-0
CO Line to PBX/Centrex Connection & Access Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF for all CO lines. Assigns no access codes to PBX groups.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 0
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Specify CO Lines by setting LED Buttons as
defined by the table below.
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
After programming, press:
•
Vol▲ to turn all LEDs ON
•
Vol▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
•
Mode and CO line number, then # to display and advance
Processor
Button
LED
CO Line Range
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
Line
(Trunk)
Set Button LEDs
Centrex/PBX Connection (LED ON)
Normal (LED OFF)
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
4-8
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 42-0 CO Line to PBX/Centrex Connection & Access Codes
Toll Restriction
Program 42-0 Overview
Use this program to allow Centrex/PBX (after flash) features to operate. Do not use this
program when the Centrex feature (assume 9) is used and the DK LCR is activated (see notes
below).
The Strata DK System recognizes PBX/Centrex access codes via Programs 42-1~8. Program
42-0 informs the software which lines are connected to a PBX or to Centrex. This combination
allows Toll Restriction and Speed Dialing to function properly.
Notes
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Strata DK
If the CO line is programmed for behind Centrex/PBX (LED ON), reseize guard time is
1.5 seconds. If CO line is programmed for normal operation guard time is 0.45 seconds.
See Program 10-1, Button/LED 02.
Do not use this program when using LCR behind Centrex/PBX; use Program *45-2
instead. Also, do not use this program if installing CO lines behind “assume-9” Centrex.
Programming
June 1998
4-9
Program 42-1~8 PBX/Centrex Access Codes
Toll Restriction
Program 42-1~8
PBX/Centrex Access Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Assigns no access codes to PBX groups
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 1~8 PBX Access Code Group
Enter the PBX Group Number 1~8 that needs
an access code assigned.
PBX/Centrex Access Code
Number
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
ACCESS CODE = Enter a 2-digit access code for the group,
as defined by the table below.
•
If access code is single digit, enter the first digit and press
LED Button 01 as second digit.
•
Press LED Button 01 to delete digit.
•
Press LED Button 02 for Wild Card digit (any digit, 0~9). For
example, pressing + LED Button 02 allows 80~89.
PBX/Centrex Outgoing CO Line Access Code(s)
1st Digit
2nd Digit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Program 42-1~8 Overview
The Centrex access code(s) used to make out-of-centrex calls (usually 9) is entered in this
table.
Use this program to allow correct Toll Restriction and Centrex/PBX transfer operation.
Do not use this program when using LCR behind Centrex/PBX; use Program *45-2 instead.
Also, do not use this program if installing CO lines behind “assume-9” Centrex.
4-10
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 43 0 + Credit Card Dialing Option
Toll Restriction
Program 43
0 + Credit Card Dialing Option
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Processor Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDS OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Numbers
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED Buttons = CO lines
Assigned to allow dial 0+ calls with
selected stations.
After programming, press:
▲ to turn all LEDs ON
•
9RO
•
9RO
•
0RGH
▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
+ CO line number, then to display and advance
CO Line Range
[PDN] Port Range
CO Line Range
[PDN] Port Range
DK14
Processor
001~004
000~009
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
000~079
DK40
001~012
000~027
RCTUC/D
001~144
000~239
RCTUA
001~016
000~031
RCTUE/F
001~200
000~335
CO Line
Processor
Port
LED
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-11
Program 43 0 + Credit Card Dialing Option
Toll Restriction
Program 43 Overview
This program enables selected station users to bypass their normal Toll Restriction
assignments by dialing “0” immediately after seizing a CO line. Both the station and the line
must be enabled for this feature with this program.
After seizing the line, the station user is required to dial a specific number of digits, which
includes the leading 0. This digit-length requirement forces the user to dial a telephone number
or a telephone number plus a credit card number. As a result, these calls are billed to the credit
card, and operator-placed calls are not billed to the line. The digit length, 1~30 numbers, is set
in Program 60-7. This length is determined by the system’s call routing method.
If the number of digits set in Program 60-7 are not dialed, the call will be cut off 20 seconds
after the last digit is dialed.
When not dialing via LCR, the digit length should usually be 25 which is the sum of the digits
in the telephone (11) and credit card (14) numbers. When using LCR, a digit length of 11 is
recommended.
Stations that are enabled with 0 + credit card calling should not be restricted for dialing 0 or 01
in Programs 46 (10~80) and 48.
Important! More digits than the length set in Program 60-7 are allowed to be dialed; there is
no limit to the amount of digits that can be dialed.
4-12
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 44-1~8 Toll Restriction/ Traveling Class Override Codes
Toll Restriction
Program 44-1~8
Toll Restriction/ Traveling Class Override Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All Classes Blank (no code)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Toll Restriction Class 1~8
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Toll Restriction Code for Selected Class (1~4 digits)
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
DK14
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
DK40
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
RCTUA
1~4
RCTUE/F
1~8
Toll Restriction Class
SELECT =
DATA = (1~4 Digit Code)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Program 44-1~8 Overview
This program enables you to assign a code for each of the Toll Restriction classes established
in Program 46. If one of these codes is entered at a station, the station assumes the code’s class
for that call. When the call is complete, the station returns to its regular class assigned in
Program 48. The Traveling Class code data is not sent out the SMDR port and does not print
out on station call records. Account Codes (Forced or Voluntary) can also be used for this
function, in which case the Account Code will print out on SMDR (see Programs 69 and 70).
Notes
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Strata DK
Stations selected in Program 30, LED 16 ON, can add, change, or delete the codes set in
Program 44-1~8.
When the Toll Restriction Override code is dialed, the station's class (defined in Program
48) changes to the class assigned to the code in Program 44-1~8.
Do not use the same codes set in Program 45 (8 and 9).
Stations enabled in Program 30, Button/LED 16 ON, are allowed to enter and change Toll
Restriction Class (1~8) override codes.
Programming
June 1998
4-13
Program 44-91~93 Emergency Bypass of Forced/Verified Account Codes
Toll Restriction
Program 44-91~93
Emergency Bypass of Forced/Verified Account Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Code 91 = 911, Codes 92 and 93 are blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 91~93
to set Emergency Number 1~3
Emergency Number (1~3)
SELECT =
91
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Emergency Telephone Number (1~4 digits)
To enter blanks, press LED Button 01.
DATA = (1~4 Digit Telephone Number)
911 (default)
92
93
If CO lines are behind PBX or Centrex, program the PBX/Centrex outside CO line access code. Example: “9”. A
pause is automatically inserted following the first 9.
See Programs 42-0 and 42-1 to assign the CO line and access code for behind PBX/Centrex operation.
Also, if the system CO lines are behind Centrex/PBX, the Centrex/PBX CO line access codes must be programmed
in front of the emergency telephone number. Example: If the Centrex/PBX access code is “9”, then enter 9911 in
Program 44-91.
Program 44-91~93 Overview
This program exempts as many as three special numbers, each up to four digits (such as the
emergency 911 number), from Verified Account Code dialing restrictions. When dialed, these
numbers are sent out immediately, bypassing any Verified Account Code dialing restrictions
set in Programs 69 and 30, button/LEDs 8 and 14, respectively. If Verified Account Codes
assigned in Program 69 conflict (duplicate) with emergency or other type telephone numbers
set in Program 44-91~93, Program 44-91~93 has priority.
If lines are behind Centrex or PBX, program the appropriate one- or two-digit Centrex/PBX
line access code in front of the emergency number.
Notes
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4-14
Do not use this program with ABR and DISA.
This program does not override Toll Restriction, which allows emergency numbers per
normal Toll Restriction programming procedures.
If Enhanced 911 (E911) is required, use Program *10 in place of 44-91~93.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Toll Restriction
Program 45-1
LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Assigns Dial Plan 7 to the system (current North American Numbering Plan)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 1
X
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Plan 1~9
Enter Codes 1~9 to indicate the
dial plan for the system.
Plan
Toll Restriction/LCR Dial Plans
9
(101XXXX)+1+NXX+NXX/NXX
8
(101YXXX)+1+NXX+NXX/NXX
7
(10XXX)+1+NXX+NXX/NXX
6
For UK only.
5
0+ (0+ and universal (Codes 5 and 4) are not used in USA.)
4
Universal (0+ and universal (Codes 5 and 4) are not used in USA.)
3
(10XXX)+1+AC+NXX/NXX
2
(10XXX)+1+AC+NXX/1+NNX
1
(10XXX)+AC+NXX/1+NNX
Where:
In NXX and NNX,
X=
N=
0~9
2~9
NXX =
Office code (interchangeable with area and office codes; second digit can be
0~9)
NNX =
Office code (not interchangeable; second digit cannot be 1 or 0)
AC =
Area Code
1+ NNX = 1 may be dialed before office codes
10XXX =
old 5-digit Carrier Access Codes
101YXXX/101XXXX = new 7-digit Carrier Access Codes
Y=
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
0, 5 or 6
4-15
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Toll Restriction
Program 45-1 Overview
This program enables you to define a dial plan for the Toll Restriction software to recognize
the typical dialing sequence of long distance/local calls made from the system’s home area
code, and to identify area and office codes. The dialing plan defines several components of a
telephone number for long distance calling
Notes
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Setting the proper dialing plan in this program is also required for the Least Cost Routing
feature to function properly.
The Strata DK System automatically restricts direct dialing of 10XXX+1 and
10XXXXX+1 access codes to any station that is toll restricted. These codes are allowed in
system speed dial and LCR modified digit tables. This is necessary to control LongDistance-Carrier access. 10XXX+0 and 10XXXXX+0 are allowed/denied depending on
the station's class and Program 46 (10~80) button/LED 01 assignment.
Pre-January 1995 North American Numbering Plan (NANP)
Plans 1~6 use numbering plans for systems that do not use the NANP established January,
1995. DK14, DK40, and all DK424 RCTUs provide plans 1~9.
Long Distance Prefix 1 in most areas must be the first digit dialed for long distance calling. In
such areas, the area code is dialed right away. The dial plan defines whether the prefix 1 is
required for a particular installation’s long distance calling.
Area/Office Code Numbering Schemes—In most places, the middle digit of an area code is
0 or 1, and the middle digit of an office code is 2~9. Toll Restriction examines the first threedigit sequence dialed and determines whether it is an area code or an office code.
♦
If the middle digit is 0 or 1, then the sequence is an area code.
♦
If the middle digit does not equal 0 or 1, then the sequence is an office code, and the
office code parameters of the selected dialing plan apply.
An exception to this rule exists. In some places, area and office codes are interchangeable. The
middle digit is always 0 or 1 (see Code 3 selection). In such a case, the system only knows that
three digits dialed are an area code if 1 is dialed before them. If 1 is not dialed first, the system
knows the three digits are an office code. The dial plan defines the numbering scheme
applicable to the installation site.
Special Common Carrier Number and Digit Length - for SPCC numbers of the form 950XXXX, this program can allow credit card calling but will restrict the maximum number of
digits dialed to prevent defeat of Toll Restriction.
Plan 1
Older Strata DK Systems use Plan 1 for dialing plan AC+NXX/1+NNX if the installation is in
a location where a user places a long distance call to a destination outside the area code
without dialing 1 before dialing the area code. The user places a long distance call to a
destination in the same area code by dialing 1 directly before the office code.
4-16
♦
The first three digits of a ten-digit number is an area code if the middle digit is 0 or 1.
♦
Pressing the first three digits immediately after a 1 in an eight-digit string is an office code
♦
A seven-digit string starting with an office code is a local call.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Toll Restriction
Plan 2
♦
Plan 2 is 1+AC+NXX/1+NNX. Use this plan where a user places a long distance call to a
destination outside the area code by dialing a 1 before dialing the area code. The user
places a long distance call to a destination in the same area code by dialing a 1 directly
before the office code
♦
When using this plan, the system recognizes the following:
♦
The first three digits following a 1 in an 11-digit number are an area code, if the
middle digit is 0 or 1.
♦
The first three digits dialed immediately after a 1 in an eight-digit string is an office
code.
Plan 3
♦
Plan 3 is 1+AC+NXX/NXX. Use this plan where a user places a long distance call to a
destination outside the area code by dialing a 1 before dialing the area code. The user
places a long distance call to a destination in the same area code by simply dialing the
number, without a 1 in front. The office codes are interchangeable. The system
differentiates between them whenever it sees the digit 1 dialed.
When using this plan, the system recognizes the following:
♦
If 1 is the first number entered in an 11-digit string, the next three digits are an area
code.
♦
A 10-digit string is not recognized.
♦
The first three digits in a seven-digit string are an office code. (There is no distinction
between local call dialing and long distance dialing within the area code.)
♦
Digits 5~7 in an 11-digit string may be an interchangeable office code as well.
Plans 4~6
Not used in the United States.
Post 1995 North American Numbering Plan (NANP)
Plans 7~9 use the NANP established January 1995. DK14, DK40, and all DK424 RCTUs
provide plans 7~9.
Strata DK
♦
Prefix 1 is used only when followed by an area code. The area code can be the home area
code, depending on the telephone company’s plan in that state.
♦
Area/Office code numbering schemes – All area codes and office codes will have the
format NXX, making the new plan have both interchangeable area codes as well as
interchangeable office codes.
♦
Intra-area code toll calls can be according to a seven-digit only plan in some states. In this
case, a seven-digit call may be a local call or a toll call. Therefore, only particular office
codes can determine a toll call for a seven-digit call, not the dial plan in 45-1.
Programming
June 1998
4-17
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Toll Restriction
Changing System Dialing Plan for NANP from a Station
For NANP upgraded SW version, the dial plan can also be changed from the station port 000
(default station 10, 100, or 200).
➤ To change the System Dialing Plan for the North American Dialing Plan
1. With the handset on-hook,
press a [DN] + .
You hear a confirmation tone. X is
the current system dialing plan 1,
2, 3, 7, 8, or 9.
2. Enter .
You hear a confirmation tone.
CODE=6267 NANP=
3. Enter the one-digit (X) for
the system dialing plan (X
= 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, or 9).
You hear a confirmation tone.
CODE=6267 NANP=X
4. Press 5HGLDO or 5'/.
The telephone returns to the idle
mode.
DATA PROGRAMMED
NANP=X KEY CODE=
5. Press 6SNU.
Plan 7 - (10XXX)+1+NXX+NXX/NXX
The Strata DK systems in this Programming Manual default to this plan. Used when dialing 1
before the long distance number. Call is placed to a destination outside the area code by dialing
a 1 before dialing the area code.
The user places a local code plus distance call to a destination in the same area code by simply
dialing the number, without a 1 in front. The area and office codes may be interchangeable.
The system differentiates between them whenever it sees the digit 1 dialed. This plan supports
five-digit Carrier Access (CA) codes (10XXX) compared to seven-digit CA codes.
When using this plan, the system recognizes the following:
♦
If 1 is the first number dialed in an 11-digit string, the next three digits are an area code
( + $&+ 7 digit number). A ten-digit string is not recognized ($&+ 7 digit number).
♦
Digits 2~4 and 5~7 in an 11-digit string are NXX format and are interchangeable.
♦
The first three digits in a seven-digit string are an office code. (There is no distinction
between local call dialing and long distance dialing within the area code.)
♦
If 16-digit dialing (Area Code + 7 digits) is required to be unrestricted and routed over the
local LCR route, program the Area Code in Program 46-2~4 and Program *45-2.
Plan 8
Same as Plan 7 except a new 7-digit carrier access code must be 101YXXX format (where Y
is 0, 5 or 6; X is 0 to 9).
4-18
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 45-1 LCR/Toll Restriction Dial Plan
Toll Restriction
Plan 9
Same as Plan 7 except a new 7-digit carrier access code must be 101XXXX format (where X
is 0 to 9).
Area codes and office codes in XXX format (where X is 0 to 9) are allowed to be programmed
in the area code and office code tables for Toll Restriction and Least Cost Routing purposes.
Only area codes formatted N(0/1)X and office codes formatted NNX are valid on call
processing for the old dial plans 1, 2, 3.
New area codes NXX are valid only in NANP dialing plans 7, 8, 9.
Office codes of the form NNX and NXX are valid on call processing for the old dialing plans
1, 2, 3, and new dialing plans 7, 8, 9, respectively. For international calls, area code 011 and
office codes XXX (as country codes) are valid on the call processing for all dialing plans.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-19
Program 45-2 Toll Restriction Disable
Toll Restriction
Program 45-2
Toll Restriction Disable
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF for all CO lines (all lines apply Toll Restriction)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
LED
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LEDs/Buttons
Specify CO lines by setting LED Buttons as defined by
the table below. All LEDs with an X should be lit when
finished.
After programming, press:
• 9RO▲ to turn all LEDs ON
• 9RO▼ to turn all LEDs OFF
Processor
+ROG
ON = Disable Toll Restriction
CO Line Range
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
CO Line
X
LED
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
CO Line
X
LED
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
CO Line
X
Program 45-2 Overview
This program enables you to program lines be exempt from any Toll Restrictions defined in
this section. Mark the exempt lines with an X on the record sheet. Toll Restrictions disabled in
this program override Station Toll Restrictions defined in Program 48.
4-20
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 45-3~6 Special Common Carrier Numbers and Authorization Code Digit Length
Toll Restriction
Program 45-3~6
Special Common Carrier Numbers and Authorization
Code Digit Length
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Assigns blank data to Items 3 and 5 and “00” data to Items 4 and 6.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Item 3~6
Enter the Item number
3~6 from the table below.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA =
First five digits of the SPCC number, or digit length
specified in the table below.
When editing:
Item
Description
3
SPCC1 Telephone Number
4
Allowed Digit Length (00~99)
5
SPCC2 Telephone Number
6
Allowed Digit Length (00~99)
•
Press to move cursor.
•
Press LED Button 01 to delete or leave a blank.
•
Press LED Button 02 to allow all digits to work.
DATA = 1st five digits
(SPCC Number or Digit Length)
Program 45-3~6 Overview
This program notifies the system of how many digits to ignore before it applies Toll
Restriction. It allows the system to use Special Common Carrier (SPCC) authorization codes
to modify restrictions when the station user is dialing a long distance carrier. The user enters a
telephone number to access the carriers. Original restrictions re-activate after the carrier
number is dialed.
The sequence is: the first five digits of the SPCC Number (950XXXX) + Telephone Number +
Credit Card Authorization Code.
SMDR prints out the following: SPCC Number + ---- + Telephone Number (the Authorization
Code does not print out. If the SPCC access code is a 1+800 number, the dialed SPCC code
will overwrite the actual telephone number dialed on the SMDR report.
Do not set 10XXX or 101XXXX Carrier Access Codes (CACs) in this program. The DK
Strata system automatically treats CACs as special codes and applies Toll Restriction and LCR
as follows:
Strata DK
♦
For stations that are Toll Restricted, 10XXX+1/101XXXX+1 are restricted for manual
dialing but are allowed in system speed dial and LCR modified digit tables.
♦
10XXX+0/101XXXX+0 are allowed or denied depending on the station’s class and 46
(10-80) Key 01 assignment.
♦
LCR always routes 10XXX and 101XXXX via the local route plan, if not restricted.
Programming
June 1998
4-21
Program 45-3~6 Special Common Carrier Numbers and Authorization Code Digit Length
Toll Restriction
There are two elements Toll Restriction software must verify for a user to successfully
complete long distance calling:
♦
The first five digits of the number dialed to access the long distance special common
carrier (SPCC).
♦
The total number of digits allowed following the SPCC number.
Items 3 and 5
Enter the first five digits of the SPCC telephone number in the spaces labeled SPCC1
Telephone Number (Item 3) or SPCC2 Telephone Number (Item 5) on the record sheet. The
initialized state assigns “00000” to Items 3 and 5.
Items 4 and 6
The allowed digit length is the total number of digits allowed to be dialed after the SPCC
Number and before Toll Restriction Digit Restriction activates. This can be 00~99 digits. In
most cases, 99 digits should be allowed for voice mail applications. Do not enter a digit length
greater than necessary or users may be able to override Toll Restriction.
Initialized data assigns “00” to items 4 and 6. Enter two digits on the record sheet.
A restricted station is not able to place a toll call through a long distance carrier by dialing the
SPCC1 or SPCC2 telephone number if the station is denied from that number in other toll
restriction programs. Upon recognizing the first five digits dialed, Toll Restriction software is
notified to allow the number of digits programmed in items 4 or 6 (00~99, following the
including the dialed SPCC1 or 2 number).
The system interprets data to be a seven-digit local call or 1-800 number to an SPCC. Only
five digits are entered; therefore, the last digits are “wild card” digits; any number dialed that
has the same first five digits as the carrier’s SPCC number, the system will assume the SPCC
is being called.
4-22
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 45-8~9 Toll Restriction Override Code
Toll Restriction
Program 45-8~9
Toll Restriction Override Code
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Leaves code assignments blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Item 8 or 9
Enter 8 to select Code 1.
Enter 9 to select Code 2.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Code
Enter 1 to 4-digit code from the table below.
Press LED Button 01 to delete or leave a blank.
Press LED Button 02 to allow all digits to work.
SELECT =
Description
DATA = (1 to 4 Digits)
8 (Code 1)
9 (Code 2)
Program 45-8~9 Overview
This program enables selected stations in the system to alter the override code. These stations
are defined by their users - specified in Program 30, Button/LED 09.
Two different codes can be dialed by any station user to override station-specific restrictions.
These codes will not register on SMDR.
To change the codes from selected stations:
Code 1: [PDN] + + code + 5HGLDO
Code 2: [PDN] + + code + 5HGLDO
Notes
●
●
Program 45 (8~9) overrides Program 44-1~8 if the same codes are used.
●
Electronic telephone users can use the button instead of the 5HGLDO button.
●
Strata DK
Do not use the same four-digit codes set in Program 44-1~8, Toll Restriction/Traveling
Class Override codes.
Verified Account Codes (Forced or Voluntary) can also be used to override Toll
Restriction on a call by call basis. When used for this function, the account code will
register on the SMDR report (see Programs 69 and 70).
Programming
June 1998
4-23
Program *45-1 (1~4) Toll Restriction for Office Codes
Toll Restriction
Program *45-1 (1~4)
Toll Restriction for Office Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Assigns 976 to first office code - blank for other three office codes
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Office Code (3 digits)
SELECT = 1~4
Press LED Button 01 to delete a digit.
SELECT =
1
DATA = Office Code
976
2
3
4
Program *45-1 Overview
This program enables you assign up to four office codes to be restricted within all area codes.
This program only applies to telephone users which belong to toll restriction classes (assigned
via Program 48). If a telephone user does not belong to any class, he/she is not subject to any
of the restricted office codes assigned in this program.
The restricted office codes are verified when a user dials a seven-digit local call (in home area
code) or a “1” plus ten-digit long distance call (in any area code).
Notes
●
●
4-24
Use this program with Program 45 Dial Plan 7, 8, or 9 only.
This table applies to all stations with Program 48 TR Codes 03~10 only (TR classes 1~8);
not to stations with Program 48 TR Codes 00, 01, or 02.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *45-2 (1~6) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass for Special Numbers that Do Not Begin with */#
Toll Restriction
Program *45-2 (1~6)
LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass for Special Numbers that
Do Not Begin with */#
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All data blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = 1~5 Digit Code (that are not subject to toll
restriction)
SELECT = 1~6
SELECT =
+ROG
DATA = 1~5 Digits
First Digit: 0~9 only
Non-first Digits: 0~9,
,
1
When editing:
2
•
Press LED Button 01 to delete or leave a blank.
3
•
Press LED Button 02 to allow all digits to work.
4
5
6
Program *45-2 Overview
Use this program to allow special CO Area Codes and Centrex feature access codes or
extension numbers to bypass toll restriction and route over the local LCR route - if using LCR.
(Toll Restriction is always applied after dialing the special numbers assigned to this table.
Codes programmed in this table will bypass Toll Restriction, and will be sent to the CO local
route if using LCR. Calls subject to toll restriction are normally restricted if “*” or “#” is
pressed during toll restriction digit analysis. However, in some special applications (e.g., the
Strata DK System is connected behind a PBX/Centrex, or assume_9 Centrex dialing), “*” and/
or “#” may be required within the first four digits or the last digit.
If the digit string containing */# matches with any of the six programmed digit strings of this
program, toll restriction is applied after the matched digit string. This program can also be
used for special area code dialing plans where the digit “1” is not dialed before the area code.
See example on the Program *45-2 Examples.
Notes
●
●
If using LCR behind Centrex, enter the Centrex trunk access code (such as “9” entered in
the example below). If “9” is entered in this table, the user must dial 9 + 9 + 911 for an
emergency call when using LCR.
The record sheet above allows up to 5-digit numbers. If the number to be entered is less
than 5 digits, enter Blanks (Button 01) for all digits less than 5 digits.
Example (Centrex assume 9)
If using LCR behind “assume 9” Centrex, and restricted stations (1+AC not allowed) must dial
12XX# and 13XX# as Centrex station numbers (# is the Centrex end-of-dialing code for
extension numbers) enter + + %XWWRQ+ %XWWRQ+ and
+ + %XWWRQ + %XWWRQ+ as data in Programs *45-21 and *45-22, respectively.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-25
Program *45-2 (1~6) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass for Special Numbers that Do Not Begin with */#
Toll Restriction
This will allow Centrex station numbers (1200#~1299# and 1300#~1399#) to de dialed overriding Toll Restriction. The call will route out the local LCR route immediately after the #
is dialed.
Use this record sheet to assign area codes in 10-digit dialing areas. If some non-toll numbers
require 10-digit dialing: Area Code (AC) + Office Code (OC) + YYYY dialing (no digit “1”
before the area code) enter the area code in this table if dialing through LCR. Area codes
entered in this table (without the long distance “1” prefix) will be routed over the LCR local
call route when dialed with the AC + OC + YYYY format (YYYY = 4-digit CO extension
number).
Example (10-digit Dialing)
If area code 817 is a local area code that must be dialed without the prefix digit “1”, enter:
+ + + %XWWRQ+ %XWWRQ in Program *45-2X. With this entry, LCR will route
817 calls over the local route immediately after dialing: ;;;;;;; (10 digits).
This table applies to all stations with Program 48 TR Codes 03~10 only (TR classes 1~8); not
to stations with Program 48 TR Codes 00, 01, or 02.
Notes
●
●
4-26
When editing the data field, use Button/LED 01 to end the digit string, Button/LED 02 to
assign a wild card value (0~9, *, #).
See Program 46 (10~80) Button/LED 04 should be OFF when dialing codes containing *
and/or #.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *45-3 (1~9) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass For Special Numbers that Begin with */#
Toll Restriction
Program *45-3 (1~9)
LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass
For Special Numbers that Begin with */#
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All data blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 3
SELECT = 1~9
SELECT =
DATA =
1
OPTION =
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
OPTION = 0~3
0 = No Toll Restriction after Special Code
1 = Toll Restriction after Special Code
2 = Special Code Restricted
3 = LCR + Toll Restriction after Special Code
(R3.2)
3
DATA = Digit String (1~3 digits)
Do not enter or.
4
When editing:
2
*
5
6
7
•
Press LED Button 01 to end the digit string.
•
Press LED Button 02 to allow all digits to work.
8
9
Program *45-3 Overview
Codes programmed in this record sheet are ignored by Toll Restriction and sent to the
appropriate route if using LCR. Calls started with “*” or “#” are normally not allowed.
However, in some special applications (e.g., Caller ID blocking), “*” or “#” might be the first
digit before dialing the actual destination’s telephone number. This program assigns up to nine
such codes for toll restriction bypass.
Digits dialed after the code starting with “*” or “#” are analyzed for toll restriction depending
on the option (0~3) assigned following the digit code. The option value 0 indicates that no Toll
Restriction applies to the telephone number dialed after the code is entered. The option value 1
indicates that Toll Restriction is applied as normal after the code entry. The option value 2
indicates that the call is restricted when the code is entered. The option value 3 applies LCR
and TR after the code entry.
Use this program to allow special CO or Centrex access codes that begin with the * or # prefix.
Assign them in this table if it is required to bypass Toll Restriction and/or route over the local
LCR route, if using LCR. (T.R. options 0~3 will be applied after dialing the special numbers
assigned in this table).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-27
Program *45-3 (1~9) LCR/Toll Restriction Bypass For Special Numbers that Begin with */#
Toll Restriction
Example 1
If using LCR behind Centrex and you must dial Centrex speed dial numbers~,
enter + %XWWRQ+ %XWWRQ+ in Program *45-31. In this case, Toll Restriction will
not be applied after the Centrex speed dial number (;;) is sent to the Centrex because
Option “0” is set.
Example 2
If you are dialing out and you wish to block the Caller ID feature, you must dial or the
appropriate provider's code (e.g., , ). In this case, enter + + %XWWRQ+ in
Table *45-31. In this case, if the user dials + telephone number, then Toll Restriction and
LCR is applied to the telephone number after is dialed because Option “3” is set.
To allow or to be entered as a first digit, a number must be entered in at least one table of
Program *45-3X; do not enter and as the first digit of any number in Program *45-3X;
Toll Restriction assumes the number entered in this table begins with a or .
Important! To allow / to be dialed as a first digit, at least one number must be entered in
Program *45-3X.
4-28
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *45-4 Special Code Dialing Sequence with LCR
Toll Restriction
Program *45-4
Special Code Dialing Sequence with LCR
Processor Type:
DK424, all RCTUs (Release 3.2 and higher)
Program Type:
Toll Restriction and LCR
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 4
Button/LED
X
20~3
02
01
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are
marked with an X in the table below.
LED ON
LED OFF
Not used.
Not used.
Sends the digits from Program *45-3 before
the Programs 55-1 Modified Digits Table
(MDT) digits.
Sends the Programs 55-1 Modified Digits Table
(MDT) digits before the digits from Program *453.
Inserts a pause into the dialing sequence.
Does not insert a pause into the dialing
sequence.
Program *45-4 Overview
When LCR is used to make calls, this program determines if the codes set in Program *45-3
are sent before or after the digits that are set in the modified digits table (MDT). See Programs
55-1 and 55-0.
Program *45-4 only works when the code of Program *45-3x is dialed. The length of the
pause inserted is determined by the timer setup in Program 12-3 (unit pause length of 1.5 or 3
seconds). This program has no effect on outgoing calls without Program *45-3 codes.
The dial deletion function of the modified digits table (Program 55-0) applies to the digits that
immediately follow the Front Modified Digits Table (F-MDT).
LED 01: Pause following Program *45-3 code
If LED 01 is ON, a pause is inserted after the digits from Program *45-3 are sent; if LED 01 is
OFF, a pause is not inserted.
LED 02: Order of LCR bypass code and MDT
If LED 02 is ON, the code from Program *45-3 is inserted before the Front Modified Digits
Table (F-MDT) digits; if LED 02 is OFF, code from Program *45-3 is inserted after the
F-MDT digits. (See example on Page 4-30.)
If LED 02 is ON, digits are not deleted from the Program *45-3 code per Program 55-0; if
LED 02 is OFF, digits are not deleted from the Program *45-3 code per Program 55-0.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-29
Program *45-4 Special Code Dialing Sequence with LCR
Toll Restriction
LCR Example
The table below shows the actual dial output digits at the time that LCR sends them. These
output digits are determined by the settings for LEDs 01 and 02. In this example, the user dials
+ code + telephone number.
Program *45-4
4-30
LED 02 ON
LED 02 OFF
LED 01 ON
Code + Pause + F-MDT + number + E-MDT
F-MDT + Code + Pause + number + E-MDT
LED 01 OFF
Code + F-MDT + number + E-MDT
F-MDT + Code + number + E-MDT
F-MDT =
Added digits in Front of number dialed (Program 55-1)
E-MDT =
Added digits at the End of number dialed (Program 55-2)
Code
Digits programmed in Program *45-3
=
Number =
Dialed telephone number
9
=
LCR access code
Pause
=
Pause time determined in Program 12-3
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 46-2~4 Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Area Codes by Class
Toll Restriction
Program 46-2~4
Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Area Codes by Class
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Includes all area codes in all classes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Toll Restriction Class
(see Legend below)
DATA = Area Codes
Enter or display area codes.
Enter: 2, 3, 4#
2 = add to memory
3 = Delete from memory
4# = Display allowed codes in
memory (press# to scroll)
To add a range, enter XXX XXX (low area code
high area code).
Processor
*
*
Several ranges or individual area codes may be
entered by separating them with the # button.
Toll Restriction Class
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
DK14
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
DK40
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
RCTUA
1~4
RCTUE/F
1~8
Class:
(Check one)
Allowed
❐
Denied
❐
(Check one)
Allowed
❐
Denied
❐
DATA = Area Codes
Class:
DATA = Area Codes
●
●
Tables with deny box checked do not represent memory. All area codes in memory are allowed.
International calls may be allowed/denied by entering 011 as the area code. See Program 47 for International
Call Restriction by Country Codes.
Program 46-2~4 Overview
Each class area code provides for a different combination of restrictions.
The tables in this program define the area codes allowed or denied for each Toll Restriction
class. The tables (in memory) operate as allow tables. If an area code exists in a table (displays
with 4#), then it is allowed. Anything not displaying is not allowed. Initialized data allows all
area codes for each class (all codes are in all tables). All allowed area codes can be displayed
(4#) for each class.
For each class, choose whether the record table is used to record allowed area codes in
memory (allowed) or denied area codes not in memory (denied). Enter the area codes that
define the set.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-31
Program 46-6~8 Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Local Office Codes Assigned by Class
Toll Restriction
Program 46-6~8
Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Local Office Codes
Assigned by Class
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Includes all office codes in all classes
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Office Codes
Enter or display office codes.
SELECT = Toll Restriction Class
(see Legend below)
To add a range, enter XXX XXX (low office code
high office code).
*
Enter: 6, 7, 8#
6 = add to memory
7 = Delete from memory
8# = Display allowed codes in
memory (press # to scroll)
Processor
+ROG
Several ranges or individual office codes may be
entered by separating them with the # button.
Toll Restriction Class
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
DK14
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
DK40
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
RCTUA
1~4
RCTUE/F
1~8
(Check one)
Class:
*
Allowed
❐
Denied
❐
Allowed
❐
Denied
❐
DATA = Office Codes
(Check one)
Class:
DATA = Office Codes
●
●
4-32
Tables with deny box checked do not represent memory. All office codes in memory are allowed.
International calls may be allowed/denied by entering 011 as the area code. See Program 47 for International
Call Restriction by Country Codes.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Toll Restriction
Program 46-6~8 Toll Restriction Allowed/Denied Local Office Codes Assigned by Class
Program 46-6~8 Overview
This program defines the office codes allowed or denied for each Toll Restriction Class within
the home area code. Office code tables for each class can each describe office codes allowed
or denied for the class. The tables (in memory) operate as allow tables. If an office code exists
in a table (displays with 8#), then it is allowed. Anything not displaying is not allowed.
Initialized data allows all office codes in the home area code for each class.
For each class, choose whether the record table is used to record allowed office codes in
memory (allowed) or denied office codes not in memory (denied). Enter the office codes that
define the set.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-33
Programs 46-10~80 Toll Restriction Class Parameters
Toll Restriction
Programs 46-10~80
Toll Restriction Class Parameters
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
Select Class from Legend below.
Class Number
Processor
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Turn LEDs 01, 02, 03, or 04 ON to select restriction option.
Toll Restriction Class
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
DK14
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
DK40
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
RCTUA
1~4
RCTUE/F
1~8
Button 01 LED
Button 02 LED
ON
ON
Dial 0
Restricted
OFF
Dial 0
Allowed
Dial 01
Restricted
OFF
Dial 01
Allowed
Button 03 LED
ON
A/C+555 or 1+A/
C+555 Allowed
for all A/Cs
Button 04 LED
OFF
ON
OFF
555 Allowed or
Denied per A/C
Restriction
TAble
Restrict
Numbers that
contain * or #
within the first
4 digits
Allow
Numbers that
contain * or #
within the first
4 digits
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Programs 46-10~80 Overview
This program defines parameters of each Toll Restriction class, including dialing plan
restrictions and exceptions to previous restrictions. This program also relates to Program 47.
See Program 47 for more explanation.
Run these programs for dial 0, 01, */# restriction and long distance information (555)
assignments.
Toll Restriction exceptions and dialing plan restrictions may be defined for each class.
4-34
♦
Programs 46-10 and 46-11 assign Class 1 restriction exceptions and parameters
♦
Programs 46-20 and 46-21 assign Class 2
♦
Programs 46-30 and 46-31 assign Class 3; etc.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Programs 46-10~80 Toll Restriction Class Parameters
Toll Restriction
LED 01: 0 Restricted
Mark an X next to LED 01 if operator or operator-assisted calls are restricted for the class
being defined. To allow 0 + dialing LED 01 must be OFF. Allowing 0 + dialing allows
operator-assisted toll calls. If a station is allowed 0 + Credit Card calling in Program 43, LED
01 must be OFF. Program 43 will restrict operator assisted calls.
LED 02: 01 Restricted
Mark an X next to LED 02 if overseas operator or unassisted overseas operator calls are
restricted for the class being defined. If a station is allowed 0 + Credit Card calling in Program
43, LED 02 must be OFF. Program 43 will restrict 01 operator assisted calls.
LED 03: 1+AC+555 and AC+555 Allowed
Mark an X next to LED 03 to allow the particular class to call all restricted area codes plus the
office code of 555, including out-of-area directory assistance calls. Turning the LED off does
not necessarily deny information calls. This may also be accomplished in the office code table
and/or the area/office code exception tables.
LED 04: Restrict Numbers Containing * or # Within the First Four Digits
Numbers set in Program *45-2X override the #/* restriction function of Program 46(10~80)
Button LED 04. LED 04 applies only to the first four digits of a dialed number when no digit
restriction (Code 0) is set for the station Toll Restriction class in Program 48.
Turn LED 04 ON only if Strata DK CO lines are connected to a Central Office that absorbs *
and # digits. The first four digits that contain # and * digits can be restricted (LED 04 ON). For
example: if LED 04 is ON, 17# is restricted when the # is dialed but 1751# is allowed because
“#” comes after the fourth digit dialed.
Turn LED 04 OFF if the telephone numbers that contain * and # after the first digit should be
allowed (see Programs *45-2 and *45-3).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
4-35
Programs 46-11~46-81 Toll Restriction Class (1~8) Parameters
Toll Restriction
Programs 46-11~46-81
Toll Restriction Class (1~8) Parameters
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Leaves all LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
Select Class from Legend below.
Processor
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light LED Buttons as required to assign Table to Class.
Toll Restriction Class
Exception Table
DK14
1~4
8
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
8
DK40
1~4
8
RCTUC/D
1~8
16
RCTUA
1~4
8
RCTUE/F
1~8
16
LED
X
LED ON
Processor
Toll Restriction Class
Exception Table
LED OFF
20~17
Not Used
16
Table 16 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
15
Table 15 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
14
Table 14 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
13
Table 13 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
12
Table 12 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
11
Table 11 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
10
Table 10 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
9
Table 09 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
8
Table 08 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
7
Table 07 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
6
Table 06 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
5
Table 05 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
4
Table 04 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
3
Table 03 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
2
Table 02 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
1
Table 01 Area/Office Exception
Not Selected
Programs 46-11~46-81 Overview
Run these programs for area/office code exception table assignments.
Refer to the legend above the record sheet for exception tables and classes. Exception tables
for both area and office codes will be defined in Program 47. Each class can be assigned any or
all of the available office code exception tables.
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Program 47 Toll Restriction Exception Office Codes Assigned by Area Codes (Tables 1~16)
Toll Restriction
Program 47
Toll Restriction Exception Office Codes Assigned by
Area Codes (Tables 1~16)
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: Assigns no office codes to tables
SELECT = Exception Table from Legend
below.
A new exception table is needed for each
area code with office codes that are
exceptions to restriction.
AREA CODE =
Enter only one area code per exception table.
6SNU +ROG 6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Exception Table (01~16)
Exception Table
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA =
Enter or display office code(s).
Enter: 2, 3, 4#
2 = add to the exception table
3 = Delete from the exception table
4# = Display the exception table’s office codes.
Processor
To add a range, enter XXX XXX (low office
code high office code).
*
*
Several ranges or individual office codes may be
entered by separating them with the # button.
Processor
Exception Table
DK14
01~08
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
DK40
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUA
01~08
RCTUE/F
01~16
Exception Table:
Area Code:
DATA = Record of Exception Office Codes
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Program 47 Toll Restriction Exception Office Codes Assigned by Area Codes (Tables 1~16)
Exception Table:
Toll Restriction
Area Code:
DATA = Record of Exception Office Codes
Program 47 Overview
This program defines exceptions to previously defined office code restrictions for up to 16
area codes, allowing six-digit Toll Restriction. Office codes entered in Tables 01~16 are
opposite of what is defined for the area code by Program 46-2~4. For instance, if Program 46
denies area code 714, entering office codes 530 and 555 into an exception table for area code
714 will allow 714 to be dialed only with office codes 530 and 555. Conversely, if 714 is
allowed in Program 46, then 714 + 530 or 714 + 555 will be restricted.
Each area code with exception office codes requires a table. Each table may hold up to 800
exception office codes.
Enter the area code and required office codes on the record sheet.
For International Call Restriction by country codes, enter 011 for the area code, and Restricted
country code(s) in the office table(s). To fully restrict a 2-digit country code, also Restrict the
imaginary third digit of that country code.
For example, to Restrict country code 81, you must Restrict 10 country codes 810 to 819.
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Program 48 Station Toll Restriction Classification
Toll Restriction
Program 48
Station Toll Restriction Classification
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Toll Restriction
Initialized Default: 100 for all ports
6SNU +ROG 6SNU
SELECT = Port Number(s)
Enter the port number(s) of the
station(s) being defined.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX
(low port high port).
*
*
DATA ( 0 or 1)
0 = No digit restriction
1 = Digit restriction
Processor
Port Range
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Station Restriction Code (00~10)
00 = No Station Toll Restriction
01 = Area Code toll Restriction and 0 or 1 as 1st digit
02 = Area Code Toll Restriction and 0 or 1 as 1st digit
03 = Class 1
07 = Class 5
04 = Class 2
08 = Class 6
05 = Class 3
09 = Class 7
06 = Class 4
10 = Class 8
If dial “0” credit card calling must be allowed, use
Program 43 to assign designated stations/CO lines to
allow credit card calling.
Toll Restriction
Ports for DISA
Toll Restriction
Class
Processor
Port Range
Toll Restriction
Ports for DISA
Toll Restriction
Class
1~4
DK14
000~009
010
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
089
DK40
000~027
035
1~4
RCTUC/D
000~239
249
1~8
RCTUA
000~031
039
1~4
RCTUE/F
000~335
344
1~8
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Port No.
Digit Restriction Code
Station Restriction Code
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Program 48 Station Toll Restriction Classification
Toll Restriction
Program 48 Overview
This program assigns a combination of Digit Restriction and Station Restriction to each station
port defined in the system.
Digit Restriction
If Digit Restriction is enabled for a particular station, the station is able to dial the number of
digits defined in the Program 45-1 Toll Restriction dialing plan.
♦
Enter 1 in the Digit Restriction column to enable Digit Restriction for the selected station.
This prevents a user from dialing a second call when dial tone is returned from a CO after
the outside party disconnects.
♦
Enter 0 in the Digit Restriction column to disable Digit Restriction for the selected station.
This allows toll restricted users to dial any number of digits (e.g., to an external voice mail
device, computer, etc.).
♦
In systems prior to the DK280 Release 3.1 and in DK40, digit restriction is always applied
to restricted stations after dialing a number using system speed dial. With DK424 RCTU
PCBs, digit restriction after dialing a number using system speed dial will only be applied
to stations with digit restriction (Code 1) in this program.
Station Restriction
Station Restriction assigns Toll Restriction to individual station ports, in addition to previous
restrictions. It includes eleven different choices (described below). One of the choices must be
entered for each port. Station restrictions are overridden by lines disabled as defined in
Program 45-2. If a station port has appearance of a line with restrictions disabled, the
restrictions will be removed from the station on an individual line basis through Program 45-2.
Enter one of the following codes in the Station Restriction column:
Enter
Function
Description
00
No Station Toll Restriction (default)
01
Area Code Toll Restriction
This restricts a station from dialing all area codes.
02
Area Code Toll Restriction and “0” or
“1” as a first or second digit (for old
plan 1, 2 or 3 or new plan 7, 8 or 9 as defined in Program 45-1).
This prevents the station from making any long distance calls or
operator-assisted calls, in addition to outgoing calls outside the
home area code. In applicable areas, this prevents long distance
office codes from being dialed (if 1+NNX).
03
Class 1 Toll Restriction
Class 1 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-10.
04
Class 2 Toll Restriction
Class 2 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-20.
05
Class 3 Toll Restriction
Class 3 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-30.
06
Class 4 Toll Restriction
Class 4 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-40.
07
Class 5 Toll Restriction
Class 5 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-50.
08
Class 6 Toll Restriction
Class 6 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-60.
09
Class 7 Toll Restriction
Class 7 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-70.
10
Class 8 Toll Restriction
Class 8 area and office code restrictions are defined in Program
46, and exception office code tables in 46-80.
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Least Cost Routing
5
The following provides you an overview of the Least Cost Routing (LCR) feature and step-bystep instructions to fill in the Least Cost Routing System record sheets. The quantities of LCR
plans, CO line groups, etc. vary between processors. This chapter and the LCR record sheets
note these differences when they exist.
LCR enables the system to automatically route each outgoing voice call over common carriers
and selected lines. The customer chooses these lines for the specific time of day, and for
system users with varying priorities. If the system is programmed properly, LCR can select the
most economical route. If the best routes are unavailable, users with priority can access more
expensive outgoing routes. Several elements of LCR must be defined in programming.
For LCR to function properly:
♦
line groups must be created in Program 16;
♦
line restrictions must be set in Programs 40 and 41; and
♦
the area dialing plan must be assigned in Program 45-1.
LCR Features
Parameters
Enables LCR features, including a warning tone for last choice route number, a comfort dial
tone during LCR processing, and the Long Distance Information dialing plan.
Home Area Code
Notifies LCR software of the area code of the installation site.
Special Codes
Notifies LCR of special emergency and operator codes that will be automatically routed as a
local call, without unnecessary delay.
Long Distance Information Plan Number
Notifies LCR software how to route a long distance information call.
Local Call Plan Number
Notifies LCR software which call routing plan is designed to handle local and special calls.
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LCR Conditions
Least Cost Routing
Timeout after 0 (Zero)
Notifies the system of the time delay to the user after dialing a 0, before a regular operator is
accessed.
Area Code and Office Code Exceptions
Separate area code tables and office code exception tables (quantity listed below) can be
defined - one for each available call routing plan. Each table defines the area codes that are
handled by the particular routing plan. According to the tables defined, specific exception
office codes can be routed through a different call plan than the overall area code plan.
Area Code and
Office Code
Exception Tables
Call Routing
Plans
DK14
8
8
RCTUBA/BB
8
8
DK40
8
8
RCTUC/D
16
16
RCTUA
8
8
RCTUE/F
16
16
Processor
Processor
Area Code and
Office Code
Exception Tables
Call Routing
Plans
Schedule Assignments Call Routing Plans
These plans (quantity listed above) can send the outgoing calls of different groups of stations
according to a time schedule, and call route definitions.
Route Definitions
Groups of CO lines assigned to special common carriers, foreign exchange lines, or other
special services can be specified as call routes.
LCR Modified Digit Assignments
Carrier codes can be programmed to dial automatically when a call is placed over the
appropriate route. Digits can be added to the front or back of special common carrier codes or
other access numbers to make placing calls an invisible process for the user. Digits may also
be deleted from the front of the dialed number.
LCR Station Access Priority Assignments
Each station port defined in the system may be assigned to one of four station priority groups.
The groups can have varying access to the defined call routes at different times of day. Each
group is partitioned from the other groups.
LCR Conditions
If a station has direct line appearances, or Pooled CO Line buttons programmed to allow direct
outgoing line access, LCR is bypassed using the 3RROHG/LQH or a CO /LQH button. LCR
accommodates special code dialing, such as 911 for emergency response, 1-411 or 411 for
information, or 800 area code toll-free numbers. These calls can be directed to the local call
route (see Program 50-31~35).
Important! Always provide emergency service access for numbers such as 911.
Standard telephones that are Toll Restricted should be required to use LCR to place outgoing
calls. This prevents Toll Restriction defeat when the K4RCU or RRCS times out.
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LCR CO Line Programming Reference Table
Least Cost Routing
LCR CO Line Programming Reference Table
1. Use Program 16 to assign CO lines in groups per the reference table below.
Processor
CO Line Group
Processor
CO Line Group
DK14
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
1~8
DK40
1~8
RCTUC/D
1~16
RCTUA
1~8
RCTUE/F
1~16
Line
Group
CO Line in Group
CO Line Type/Comments
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2. Use Program 40 to allow CO line access to stations using LCR for outgoing calls.
3. Use Program 41 to deny outgoing CO line access, except for LCR access.
Important! Area code and office code structure must be defined by Toll Restriction Dial Plan
for LCR to work properly.
4. Use Program 45-1 to enable the dial plan that is appropriate for the area where the LCR
calls will originate.
5. Under the column labeled “CO Line Type/ Comments,” enter the service type, the
common carrier name, or the line type for each line group, e.g., local line, Foreign
Exchange (FX) to 818 (LA), WATS (out of state), etc.
6. Refer to the Program 40 to restrict stations from incoming and outgoing access of lines,
including using LCR. All stations that must use LCR to make outgoing calls must not be
restricted in this program. These restrictions do apply to LCR.
7. Refer to Program 41, to restrict stations from accessing outgoing lines, except through
LCR. All stations that must use LCR for outgoing calls must be restricted from line access
in this program.
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Program 50-1 LCR Parameters
Least Cost Routing
Program 50-1
LCR Parameters
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
LED
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Press LED Buttons for each LCR parameter
ON
OFF
01
Enable System LCR
No LCR
02
Not Used
Not Used
03
555 LDI Route per Program 50-4
Per Area Code Table
04
Dial Tone After LCR Access
Silent
05
Warning Tone Last Choice Route Number
No Warning Tone
Program 50-1 Overview
This program defines general operating parameters for LCR software.
●
●
●
Program 40 denies CO line access via LCR, but denies all other access methods.
Program 41 allows CO line access via LCR, but denies all other outgoing access methods:
(#7001~#7200, 801~816, Line button).
Toll Restricted standard telephones should be forced to dial outgoing calls via LCR. This
is to prevent Toll Restriction defeat when the QRCU3, K4RCU3, K5RCU or RRCS times
out.
LED 01: Enable System LCR
LED 01 ON: LCR software is enabled system-wide. For the Hospitality Management
Information System (HMIS), this LED must always be set to ON.
LED 01 OFF: LCR software is disabled. None of the LCR programming referred to by this
section is recognized. Dial 9 access assigned in Program 16 is enabled.
LED 02: Not used
LED 03: 555 LDI Route Per Program 50-4
LED 03 ON: LCR routes long distance information (LDI) calls over the plan number specified
in Program 50-4.
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Program 50-2 LCR Home Area Code
Least Cost Routing
LED 03 OFF: LCR routes LDI calls using area codes specified in route plans in the following
table, as it would for any other call.
Route Plans
Supported
Processor
Processor
Route Plans
Supported
DK14
8
RCTUBA/BB
8
DK40
8
RCTUC/D
16
RCTUA
8
RCTUE/F
16
LED Button 04: Dial Tone After LCR Access
LED 04 ON: Station users hear a simulated dial tone immediately after dialing the access LCR
code (typically 9), until the first digit of the phone number is dialed. The dial tone is simulated
to assure the user of the system’s proper operation, but it is not a functional dial tone.
For HMIS, set LED 04 ON.
If LED 04 is OFF, station users hear nothing after dialing the LCR access code until the
destination rings or issues a busy signal.
LED Button 05: Warning Tone Last Choice Route Number
LED 05 ON: The user is notified with a warning tone to indicate that LCR has routed the call
over the least desirable route number. The most expensive route is typically programmed to be
the least desirable. A user has three choices upon hearing the warning tone:
♦
Ignore the tone, LCR places the call using the least desirable route.
♦
Hang up and try later to save money.
♦
Activate the Automatic Call Back feature. The appropriate line group calls the user back
when a more desirable route number becomes available.
LED 05 OFF: No warning tone sounds.
Program 50-2
LCR Home Area Code
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Leaves the home area code blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Home (local) area Code
Program 50-2 Overview
LCR matches the area code entered here with the LCR route plan containing the home area
code in its Area Code Table. (The home area code is later entered into one of the available
LCR route plans through Program 51). Thus, LCR is informed of how to handle local calls.
Typically, systems are configured to have the LCR route plan containing the home area code
as the same as the local route plan defined in Program 50-5. Typically you would program it to
be Route Plan Number 1, rather than the default Plan 16.
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Programs 50-3 (1~5) LCR Special Codes
Least Cost Routing
Programs 50-3 (1~5)
LCR Special Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: 911 in 31, all other codes blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = 31~35
Enter 31~35 to indicate the special code.
SELECT =
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Special Code
Enter the code from the table below.
Special Code (4 Digits)
Examples
31
911
32
411
33
34
35
Programs 50-3 (1~5) Overview
This program allows special 1~4 digit codes such as 911 to be routed over the local call route
immediately when dialed. If Enhanced 911 (E911) is required, Program *10 should be used
instead of this program.
You can enter five special codes in the spaces provided next to 31~35. The codes can be a
maximum of four digits, and should include items such as 911 for emergency calls, and 411 or
1+411 for local information, etc.
When any of these codes are dialed, LCR is flagged to treat the call as follows:
5-6
♦
The call is sent over the local call route plan specified in Program 50-5.
♦
No additional digits need to be dialed. They are not necessary. Therefore, the call is put
through immediately.
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Program 50-4 LCR Long Distance Information (LDI) Plan Number
Least Cost Routing
Program 50-4
LCR Long Distance Information (LDI) Plan Number
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: See the legend below
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 4
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = LDI Route Plan (see Legend below)
LDI Route
Plans
LDI Route Plans
Default
DK14
01~08
08
DK40
01~08
08
RCTUA
01~08
08
Processor
+ROG
LDI Route
Plans
LDI Route Plans
Default
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
08
RCTUC/D
01~16
16
RCTUE/F
01~16
16
Processor
Program 50-4 Overview
Enter the number of the LCR route plan over which long distance information calls will be
routed. Typically, long distance information calls are routed over the local call route defined in
Program 50-5.
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♦
If you choose the long distance information plan in Program 50-1, the call is routed as
defined by this table.
♦
Typically, LDI Plan Number = Local Call Plan Number.
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Program 50-5 LCR Local Call Plan Number
Least Cost Routing
Program 50-5
LCR Local Call Plan Number
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: See the legend below
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 5
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Local Call Plan (see Legend below)
Local Call Plan
Number
Local Call Plan
Default
DK14
01~08
08
DK40
01~08
08
RCTUA
01~08
08
Processor
+ROG
Local Call Plan
Number
Local Call Plan
Default
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
08
RCTUC/D
01~16
16
RCTUE/F
01~16
16
Processor
Program 50-5 Overview
The Local Call Plan handles special codes and operator calls. Of the 16 Route Plans available
for LCR call processing, define one as the Local Call Plan, typically Route Plan 1. Enter the
number of the plan over which local calls, operator-assisted/0+ calls, and special code calls
will be routed.
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Program 50-6 LCR Dial 0 (Zero) Time-out
Least Cost Routing
Program 50-6
LCR Dial 0 (Zero) Time-out
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Assigns an LCR Dial Zero Time-out value of 06
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 6
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Time-out Value
Enter a time-out value from 04~10 seconds long.
Program 50-6 Overview
Enter the maximum number of seconds LCR waits for a user to dial additional digits after a 0,
before it routes the call to an operator for assistance. LCR waits this number of seconds to
receive additional digits that indicate charge calls, collect calls or other 0+ calls.
♦
The allowed range is 04~10 seconds. Always enter two digits.
♦
Dial 0 calls will be restricted when using 0 + Credit Card calling (Program 43) if a
telephone number is not dialed after dialing 0 or if Dial 0 is restricted in Program 46
(10~80).
Overview for Programs 51~54
These programs provide the system with directions for routing all possible calls, made by all
possible users at all possible times of day. Tables for Programs 51~54 appear on LCR Route
Plan Numbers 1~16. The following instructions show how to fill in individual tables within
the plans. Each of the following program tables must be completed for all plans.
Programs 51~54 defines LCR route plans (quantities given below):
Processor
LCR Route
Plans
Processor
LCR Route
Plans
DK14
8
RCTUBA/BB
8
DK40
8
RCTUC/D
16
RCTUA
8
RCTUE/F
16
These separate plans provide the customer flexibility enough to route different area codes and
exception office codes over different line groups.
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Program 51 LCR Area Codes
Least Cost Routing
Program 51
LCR Area Codes
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Leaves Tables 01~15 blank; all codes (000~999) initialized to the plan - legend below
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = LCR Plan Number
(see Legend below)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Area Code(s) (3 digits)
Action Code:
2 = To add code to table
3 = To delete code from table
4# = To display codes from table
Processor
+ROG
To add a range of area codes, enter XXX XXX
(low office code high office code).
*
*
LCR Plan Number
LCR Plan Default
LCR Plan Number
LCR Plan Default
DK14
01~08
08
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
08
DK40
01~08
08
RCTUC/D
01~16
16
RCTUA
01~08
08
RCTUE/F
01~16
16
LCR Plan:
Data = Area Code(s)
5-10
Processor
LCR Plan:
LCR Plan:
LCR Plan:
Data = Area Code(s)
Data = Area Code(s)
Data = Area Code(s)
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Program 51 LCR Area Codes
Least Cost Routing
Program 51 Overview
Use Program 51 to define which area code calls are placed over which LCR Plan Number
(01~08 or 01~16). Therefore, calls made to all area codes are routed over route definitions
defined in Program 54 for Plan 08 or 16, following the time schedule specified by Program 53
for Plan 08 or 16 (unless other assignments are made in plans 1~15).
Every route plan can be assigned to define a set of area codes and/or office codes.
011 can be entered as an Area Code into any LCR plan to route direct dial international calls
via LCR.
Example
Any area code entered in a Program 51 LCR area code table for plans 1~15 is subtracted from
Plan 16. An area code cannot be lost. If it is subsequently deleted from Plans 01~07 or Plans
01~15, LCR software automatically adds it to Plan 08 or 16.
Remember that LCR matches the home area code entered in Program 50-2 with the LCR route
plan containing the home area code in its Area Code Table. The home area code must be
entered into one of the 16 available LCR route plans through Program 51. Thus, LCR is
informed of how to handle local calls.
Typically, systems are configured to have the LCR route plan containing the home area code
as the same as the local route plan defined in Program 50-5. This usually is programmed by the
installer to be Route Plan Number 1, rather than the default Plan 08 or 16.
HMIS Example
Plan 01 includes home area code, 800, 888. Plan 08 includes long distance area codes. Plan 16
is used for RCTUC/D and RCTUE/F processors. The following table gives you an example of
how you might set up Program 51 for the HMIS:
LCR Plan:
01
Data = Area Code(s)
LCR Plan:
02
Data = Area Code(s)
LCR Plan:
Data = Area Code(s)
714
000
713
800
715
799
888
801
887
889
999
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LCR Plan:
Data = Area Code(s)
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Program 52 LCR Office Code Exceptions for Specified Area Code
Least Cost Routing
Program 52
LCR Office Code Exceptions for Specified Area Code
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Leaves all office code tables blank and all tables assigned to LCR Plan (see legend below)
More Data
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SELECT = Office Code Exception Table
(see Legend below)
6SNU +ROG
*
*
Action Codes
DATA =
0
(LCR Plan 01~16):
Assign Area Code to LCR Plan
1
(3-digit Area Code):
Add Office Code to Exception Table
2
(3-digit Office Code):
Delete Office Codes from Exception Table
3
(3-digit Office Code):
4# more #
(3-digit Office Code):
Display Office Codes in Exception Table
To add a range of office codes, enterXXX XXX (low
office code high office code).
Assign Exception Table to LCR Plan
Table Number
LCR Plan
LCR Exception
Codes
DK14
01~08
01~08
8
DK40
01~08
01~08
8
RCTUA
01~08
01~08
8
Processor
6SNU +ROG
DATA = LCR Plan, Area Code, or Office Code
Action Code
Action Code Function
Processor
LCR Exception
Codes
Table Number
LCR Plan
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
01~08
8
RCTUC/D
01~16
01~16
16
RCTUE/F
01~16
01~16
16
Table Number:
Table Number:
Table Number:
Table Number:
Area Code:
Area Code:
Area Code:
Area Code:
LCR Plan:
LCR Plan:
LCR Plan:
LCR Plan:
Data = Office Code(s)
5-12
Data = Office Code(s)
Data = Office Code(s)
Strata DK
Data = Office Code(s)
Programming
June 1998
Program 52 LCR Office Code Exceptions for Specified Area Code
Least Cost Routing
Program 52 Overview
This Office Code exception table enables the user the flexibility of routing specific office
codes through a different call plan than other office codes used with that area code.
♦
Any number of exception code tables can be assigned to each route plan, although each
exception table can only be used once system-wide.
♦
Every route plan can be assigned to define a set of area codes and office code exceptions
or a set of office code exceptions.
♦
This program applies to both examples listed below. In the first case, an office code
exception table does not need to be defined in addition to the area codes in Program 51,
but it may. In the second case, the plan only pertains to exception office codes for certain
area codes.
♦
To route International (011) calls over any selected plan by Country Code, program 011 as
the Area Code and the Country Code as the Office Code in Program 52 in any Exception
Code Table. If the Country Code is two digits, add 10, 3-digit Office Codes as follows:
XX0 through XX9, where XX is the Country Code.
Example 1
In the first example, office code exception tables are defined to the area code table. Use the
continuation sheet to define the exception office codes. As many as 16 office code exception
tables can be linked to a plan, but each exception table can only be used once. When using the
continuation sheet, be sure that the same exception table is not assigned to more than one plan.
1. Turn to the continuation sheet (that follows Plan 16 record sheet).
2. Determine the plan number where the exception office codes will be routed.
3. Fill in the area code of the exception office codes in the spaces provided by the correct
plan number. These office codes will be routed differently than the overall area code.
4. Enter the specific office codes that are to be routed differently.
Example 2
In the second example, the route plan only applies to office code exceptions. The first office
code exception table may be documented on the LCR Plan record sheet:
1. Check the box on the record sheet next to Office Code Exception Table number.
2. Enter the number of the exception table (01~16). Make sure this table number is not
entered on any other plan, or on the continuation sheet.
3. Enter the applicable area code.
4. Enter the specific office codes that are to be routed differently than the area code.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
5-13
Program 53 LCR Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans
Least Cost Routing
Program 53
LCR Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Assigns starting time as 0000 and Route Definitions as blank for all schedules
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
LCR Plan (1~16)
Press LED Button 01 to erase data (LED does
not light).
Program 54 Route
Definition #
DK14
1~4
1~4
DK40
1~4
1~4
RCTUA
1~4
LCR
Plan
01~16
5-14
Sched.
1~3
Action
Code
H
Program 56
LCR Station Groups
Program 54 Route
Definition #
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
1~4
RCTUC/D
1~8
1~6
1~4
RCTUE/F
1~8
1~6
Start Time
LCR Plan
01~16
H
M
M
Processor
Schedule
1~3
Action
Code
0
0
0
0
0
0
Program 56
LCR Station
Group
(see legend
above)
Program 54
Route Definition #
(see legend above)
1st
Pick
6SNU +ROG
Route Definition Numbers (see Legend below)
Program 56
LCR Station Groups
Schedule
1~3
or...
Action Code (0) or LCR Station Group Number
(see Legend below)
LCR Plan
01~16
6SNU +ROG
Start Time (HHMM) (HH: 00~23; MM: 00~59)
Schedule 1~3
Processor
2nd
Pick
3rd
Pick
4th
Pick
LCR
Plan
01~16
Sched.
1~3
Program 56
LCR Station
Group
(see legend
above)
Strata DK
Start Time
H
H
M
M
Program 54
Route Definition #
(see legend above)
1st
Pick
2nd
Pick
Programming
3rd
Pick
4th
Pick
June 1998
Program 53 LCR Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans
Least Cost Routing
Program 53 Overview
This program assigns up to three time schedules to each plan. Each time schedule consists of
four or six different route definition choices (defined in Program 54) available to the eight
station groups (defined in Program 56). It may be helpful to complete Program 54 portions of
the plans and Program 56 before proceeding.
If Schedules 1 & 2 start at the same time, then Time of Day schedule change does not occur,
and data only needs to be entered for Schedule 1.
Typical Installation Without Time Schedule Feature
In most cases, an installation does require use of the time schedule feature. To reflect this on
the record sheets for Plans 01~16:
1. Enter the same Schedule Start Times for Schedules 1 and 2. Use the military format HH:MM (Hours:Minutes). Fill in all four digits.
Note
If LCR software sees Schedules 1 and 2 have the same start times, then it only looks at
Schedule 1 for route definitions.
2. Enter Route Definition numbers for Schedules 1 and 2. Four definitions (route pick or
choices) can be entered for each group.
♦
LCR Station (Class) Groups 1~8 are assigned in Program 56.
♦
LCR Route Definition numbers 1~4 or 1~6 are defined in Program 54.
3. The order in which the route definitions are entered defines the order of LCR line
selection. The most desirable route should be entered in the left-most position, and the
least desirable route in the right-most position.
4. If “1” is assigned to Station Group 1, and 1 for route definition only, then those assigned
will only be able to use Route Definition 1, thereby restricting them during times that
route definition 1 is not allowed.
5. Keep in mind that the route definition number is being entered, not the CO line group
number. The definitions are assigned in Program 54.
Installation Requiring Time Scheduling Feature
When an installation requires the time scheduling feature to be programmed, three “shifts” of
route definitions can be assigned per station group. To reflect this on the record sheet,
substitute Step 1 of the procedure described for the typical customer with the following:
➤ Enter the Schedule Start Times for Schedules 1, 2 and 3. Use military time, in the format
HH:MM (Hours:Minutes). Fill in all four digits. Initialized data assigns “0000” to all
times.
Strata DK
♦
Start time for schedule 2 is the stop time for schedule 1.
♦
Start time for schedule 3 is the stop time for schedule 2.
♦
Start time for schedule 1 is the stop time for schedule 3.
Programming
June 1998
5-15
Program 53 LCR Schedule Assignments for LCR Plans
Least Cost Routing
HMIS Example
Enter LCR schedule assignments for LCR plan 01, 02 and 08/16. Stations in groups 1, 2, and 3
are controlled by HMIS. The following table gives you an example of how you might set up
Program 53 for the HMIS:
LCR
Plan
01~16
Sched.
1~3
01
1
Program 54
Route Definition #
(see legend above)
Program 56
LCR Station
Group
(see legend
above)
1st
Pick
1
1
2
1
3
02
08
1
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
1
1
2
5-16
3rd
Pick
4th
Pick
Sched.
1~3
Program 56
LCR Station
Group
(see legend
above)
Program 54
Route Definition #
(see legend above)
1st
Pick
2nd
Pick
3rd
Pick
4th
Pick
Guest Room with restricted calling
Home
Area
Code
Guest Room local/800/888/911
Guest Room complete restriction/911 only
Hotel Administration (unrestricted)
Local
Call
Route/
911
Long
Distance
3
4
2nd
Pick
LCR
Plan
01~16
1
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 54 LCR Route Definition Tables
Least Cost Routing
Program 54
LCR Route Definition Tables
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: 0101
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
LCR Plan No.
(see Legend below)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Modified Digits Table (see Legend in Program 55)
CO Line Group (01~16, see Program 16)
Route Definition Numbers
(see Legend below)
Processor
Route
Definition #
Program 16
CO Line
Group
Program 55
Modified
Digits
Processor
Route Definition
#
Program 16
CO Line
Group
Program 55
Modified
Digits
01~06
DK14
1~4
01~08
01~06
RCTUBA/BB
1~4
01~08
DK40
1~4
01~08
01~06
RCTUC/D
1~6
01~16
01~12
RCTUA
1~4
01~08
01~06
RCTUE/F
1~6
01~16
01~12
LCR
Plan
01~16
Route
Definition #
(see legend
above)
Program 16
CO Line
Group (see
legend above)
Program 55
Modified Digits
(see legend above)
LCR
Plan
01~16
Route
Definition #
(see legend
above)
Program 16
CO Line
Group (see
legend above)
Program 55
Modified Digits
(see legend above)
Program 54 Overview
Program 54 defines different ways of routing calls for each of the LCR plans. Define each
route by selecting and entering:
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
5-17
Program 54 LCR Route Definition Tables
Least Cost Routing
Route Definition Number
Route definitions define the CO line group and modified digit tables used for each LCR Plan.
See the legend for the number of route definition numbers for your processor.
CO Line Group (assigned in Program 16)
Each line group represents a type of service, e.g., special common carrier, foreign exchange,
local line group, etc. Program 40 denies incoming and outgoing line access to stations,
including LCR access. Program 41 allows line access to stations using LCR only for outgoing
calls when enabled.
Modified Digits Table
Refer to Programs 55-0, 55-1 and 55-2. The system handles line groups differently, according
to which modified digits table was assigned in Program 54.
HMIS Example
The following table gives you an example of how you might set up Program 54 for the HMIS:
LCR
Plan
01~16
Route
Definition #
(see legend
above)
Program 16
CO Line
Group (see
legend above)
Program 55
Modified Digits
(see legend above)
01
1
01
01
Local
02
1
01
01
911
08
1
01
01
Long Distance
5-18
LCR
Plan
01~16
Route
Definition #
(see legend
above)
Program 16
CO Line
Group (see
legend above)
Strata DK
Program 55
Modified Digits
(see legend above)
Programming
June 1998
Program 55 LCR Modified Digits Table
Least Cost Routing
Program 55
LCR Modified Digits Table
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: See each program
Program 55 Series Overview
This program defines call handling so the route definition used by LCR is invisible to the
station user. The station user handles all calls the same way. The goal is for LCR to remember
the dialing peculiarities of each call route, so the user does not need to know.
Processor
Modified/Add/Delete
Digit Tables
Processor
Modified/Add/Delete
Digit Tables
DK14
6
RCTUBA/BB
6
DK40
6
RCTUC/D
12
RCTUA
6
RCTUE/F
12
Each modified digits table assigns editing steps that include:
Strata DK
♦
Deleting a pre-defined quantity of digits from the front of the number dialed
(Program 55-0).
♦
Adding a pre-defined number to the front of the number dialed (Program 55-1).
♦
Adding a pre-defined number to the end of the number dialed (Program 55-2).
Programming
June 1998
5-19
Program 55-0 Delete Number of Digits From the Front of Dialed Number
Least Cost Routing
Program 55-0
Delete Number of Digits From the Front of Dialed
Number
Initialized Default: All tables blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Modified Digits Table
(see Program 55 Legend)
Table Number
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
FIGURE = Quantity of Digits (00~10) to be deleted.
Program 55-0
Delete Digits Table
Quantity of Digits (01~10 max)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
Program 55-0 Overview
Enter the quantity of digits that should be deleted from the front of the number dialed for each
of the Table Numbers in the Delete Digits Table. The maximum number is 10. Always make
the entry two digits.
If the Delete Digits Table is activated, refer to Programs *45-3 and *45-4 if special dialing
codes, such as Caller ID blocking, etc., will be used.
5-20
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 55-1 and 2 Add Digits Before and/or After the Dialed Number
Least Cost Routing
Program 55-1 and 2
Add Digits Before and/or After the Dialed Number
Initialized Default: Leaves all tables blank except Delete Digits, which are all 00
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
‡‡‡
+ROG
SELECT = Modified Digits Table
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CODE = Digits added (up to 22)
Enter the digits to be added. Pauses may be coded
as described in the pause entry reference table
below.
1 = Add digits in front of number dialed (F-MDT)
2 = Add digits at the end of number dialed (E-MDT)
(see Program 55 and *45-4 Legend)
Pause Entry Reference (Programs 55-1, 55-2)
Key/LED
Pause (Seconds)
Record Entry
08
16
P8
07
14
P7
06
12
P6
05
10
P5
04
8
P4
03
6
P3
02
4
P2
01
2
P1
Special Buttons
LED Button 11:
Clear
LED Button 10:
Convert DP to DTMF
LED Button 12:
Code for ISDN Sub-address Separator
Modified Digits Table (MDT)
Add to FRONT of Dialed Number (Program 55-1)
Table No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
Modified Digits Table (MDT)
Add to END of Dialed Number (Program 55-2)
Table No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
5-21
Program 55-1 and 2 Add Digits Before and/or After the Dialed Number
Least Cost Routing
Program 55-1 and 2 Overview
Enter the digits that must be added to the front of the number dialed in the Add Digits Table.
The maximum digits is 22, including pauses.
5-22
♦
Length of pause can be indicated by using codes (P1~P8) specified in the Pause Entry
Reference Table. Each pause takes two digits of memory space.
♦
Try to allow for the longest wait, e.g., make the pause longer, rather than shorter, to
accommodate the length of time a carrier may need to access the service tones, etc.
♦
If using special codes in Program *45-3, use Program *45-4 to indicate if the Program
*45-3 codes should be sent before or after the Program 55-1 and 55-0 Modified Digits
Table (MDT) digits. Program *45-4 also allows a pause to be inserted into the dialing
sequence.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 56 LCR Station Group Assignments
Least Cost Routing
Program 56
LCR Station Group Assignments
Processor Type:
DK14, DK40, All RCTUs
Program Type:
Least Cost Routing
Initialized Default: Assigns all stations to Group 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Station Logical Port Number(s)
Enter port numbers of stations being assigned.
To add a port range, enter XXX XXX (low port
*
Processor
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter LCR Station Group (1~8)
* high port).
Port Range
LCR Station Groups
Port Range
LCR Station Groups
DK14
000~009
1~4
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
1~4
DK40
000~027
1~4
RCTUC/D
000~239
1~8
RCTUA
000~031
1~4
RCTUE/F
000~335
1~8
Port
Number
LCR Station Group
No. (1~8)
Port
Number
LCR Station Group
No. (1~8)
Processor
Port
Number
LCR Station Group
No. (1~8)
Port
Number
LCR Station Group
No. (1~8)
Program 56 Overview
The purpose of this program is to assign all defined station ports to one of four or eight LCR
Station Groups (see Program 56, record sheet notes).
Strata DK
♦
Station groups are completely independent of one another. Therefore, each station group
must be defined separately.
♦
Software does not automatically assign the highest, all-inclusive routing priority to Class 1
stations, making all routes available to Class 2~8 stations available to Class 1 as well.
♦
Instead, stations are assigned (partitioned) to independent groups. Flexible assignment of
routing definitions to groups is allowed, with no one group’s definition affecting
another’s. Each group’s route definitions are specified to activate separately according to
the time schedules set by Program 53. Enter the station group number next to the port
number.
Programming
June 1998
5-23
Program 56 LCR Station Group Assignments
Least Cost Routing
HMIS Example
LCR Station Group Assignments for LCR Plans 01, 02, and 08/16:
LCR Group
Guest Rooms
Administration
5-24
Allows
01
All calls to be dialed by rooms.
02
Local Calls, 800/888, 911 only.
03
911 only.
04
As needed (most likely will be the same as Group 01).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Automatic Call Distribution
6
This chapter provides ACD programming information for the Strata DK424 system and its
stations. ACD is not available for the DK14 or DK40.
The programs specific to ACD are listed below.
Strata DK
♦
Program 03
RSIU, RSSU, PIOU, or PIOUS ACD/MIS Slot Assignments
♦
Program 09
Auto Attendant Prompt/ACD Group Assignments
♦
Program *09
ACD Group DID/Tie Line Digit Assignments (use if Program 71 is not used)
♦
Program 10-4
ACD Parameters
♦
Program 11
ACD Timing Assignments
♦
Program 14-0
Loop/Ground Start CO Line Direct Ring to ACD Group Assignments
♦
Program 14-1
ACD Agent Identification Code Assignments
♦
Program *14-1
Auto Answer with Zip Tone Assigned to Agent ID
♦
Program 14-2
ACD Supervisor Passwords
♦
Program *14-2
DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Line After Shift and Overflow Substitution Destination
♦
Program 14-3
Announcement/Music Port Assignments and Queue Pattern
♦
Program 14-4
Queue Time Out Overflow Destination
♦
Program 14-5
Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination Assignments
♦
Program 14-6
After Shift Service Destination
♦
Program 14-71
Queue Size for Alarm (Immediate Assignments)
Programming
June 1998
6-1
Automatic Call Distribution
♦
Program 14-72
Queue Size for Alarm 1 (See also Timer Program 11-6 in Strata DK Programming
Manual)
♦
Program 14-73
Queue Size for Alarm 2 (See also Timer Program 11-7 in Strata DK Programming
Manual)
♦
Program 14-8
Alarm Pattern Assignments
♦
Program 14-9
Work Unit Assignments (Work Unit/Stroke Digit Length)
♦
Program 15
Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
♦
Program 17
DID/Tie Line Options
♦
Program 18
Agent ID Code Name for MIS Assignments
♦
Program 35
Station Class of Service
♦
Program 39
Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones (in System and Station Chapter)
♦
Program 71
DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Lines (use if Program *09 is not used)
Star (*) programs are the newer programs, and they are located behind the program of the
same name (e.g., Program *14-2 follows Program 14-2).
6-2
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 03 RSIU, RSSU, PIOU, PIOUS ACD/MIS Slot Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 03
RSIU, RSSU, PIOU, PIOUS ACD/MIS Slot Assignments
Initialized Default: n/a
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
PIOU, PIOUS, or RSSU Slot Number (12~78)
...or RSIU Slot Number 11
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
Power OFF (5 sec.) then ON
Enter 42 to assign the PIOU, PIOUS, or RSSU
TTY Port as MIS port, or enter 49 to assign RSIU
to slot 11 (see Program 76 if installing RSIU).
Program 03 Overview
This program is for specifying RSIU, RSSU, PIOU, or PIOUS ACD/MIS Slot Assignments.
If MIS output is required for ACD, set Code 42 for the slot in which the RSSU, PIOU or
PIOUS is installed, or Code 49 if RSIU is installed in slot 11 (that connects to the SMIS
personal computer). If you use RSIU/RSIS for MIS output, you must set the appropriate port
for MIS operation/speed using Program 76.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
6-3
Program 09 Auto Attendant Prompt/ACD Group Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 09
Auto Attendant Prompt/ACD Group Assignments
Initialized Default: n/a
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
SELECT = Dialed Digit(s)
Menu prompts offered to
caller (1 or 2 digits)
Processor
Dialed Digit
(Menu Prompts)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
AUTO ATT DIAL = ACD Group No.
Enter the ACD Group numbers which will receive
Auto Attendant calls. Press * if establishing the
first digit of a two digit dialing format.
ACD Group Numbers
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
ACD Group Number
Department, Division, Etc.
0
1
21
31
41
5
6
7
8
9
1
Do not use digits 2, 3, and 4, unless the station numbering plan is changed. These numbers conflict with the default station
[PDNs] of the system.
Program 09 Overview
Program 09 enables you to assign Auto-Attendant (AA) prompt numbers that will route calls
to specific ACD Groups.
Important! If using DK Built-in AA, program call flow assignment of DK AA per Chapter 10
– Peripheral Installation of the DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.
➤ To enter one-digit dialing prompts along with their destination station numbers
1. Enter Program 09.“SELECT” appears on the LCD.
2. Press the desired prompt digit. “AUTO ATT DIAL” displays on the LCD.
3. Enter ;; (;; = the destination ACD Group number associated with the prompts) and
press the +ROG button.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for more prompt-station entries.
6-4
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 09 Auto Attendant Prompt/ACD Group Assignments
➤ To enter two-digit dialing prompts along with their destination group numbers
1. Enter Program 09. “SELECT” appears on the LCD.
2. Press the desired leading digit. “AUTO ATT DIAL” displays on the LCD.
3. Press then the +ROG button. The first digit will now be set.
4. Press 6SNU, then press a second digit. “AUTO ATT DIAL” displays on the LCD. Enter
.
5. Enter the destination ACD Group number assigned to the two-digit prompt, then press the
+ROG button.
6. To complete more second digit prompt-station entries, repeat Steps 4 and 5.
Notes
●
●
●
Strata DK
When transmission and DTMF levels are lower than normal or when the digital
announcement voice frequencies match DTMF digital frequencies (talk-off), AA
efficiency may be improved with two-digit dialing options, instead of one-digit dialing
options.
Press button LED 01 to delete data.
Program 78-61~63 overrides CO line assignments in Program 14-0, which means CO
lines that are assigned to AA and ACD Groups will be routed to the AA.
Programming
June 1998
6-5
Program *09 ACD Group DID Line Digit Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program *09
ACD Group DID Line Digit Assignments
Initialized Default: See table below
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
ACD Group
Port Numbers
Default DID/Tie
Line Digits
RCTUBA/BB
090~097
290~297
RCTUC/D
250~265
450~465
RCTUE/F
345~360
870~885
ACD Group
Number
6SNU +ROG
DID/tie line digits assigned to ACD Group Port
Number (1~4 digits)
ACD Group Port Number (3 digits)
Processor
ACD Group Port
Number
DID/tie Line Digits Assigned
(1~4 Digits)
Program *09 Overview
Program *09 assigns DID/tie line incoming digits to a particular ACD Group and assigns DID
digits to station ports (only if Program 71 is not used).
Related Programs
Program 04 assigns tie line digits to station ports. (See Programs *09 and 04 in the Strata DK
Programming Manual.)
Refer to Program 17, LED 05-for DID and tie line options. Use Program *09 if Program 71
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line call routing is not being used.
If the digits assigned to the group are sent to the Strata DK System on any incoming DID or tie
line call, the call is directed to the assigned ACD Group (see Program 14-0 to assign ground
and loop start lines to an ACD Group).
Note
6-6
If DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines use Program 71 (DNIS assignments) instead of Program
*09 to route callers to ACD Groups, turn on LED 05 in Program 17 for each of the
appropriate DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines. If the line receives ANI but not DNIS, turn LED
05 OFF and 07 and 08 ON in Program 17. Use Program 71 (0~3) to make the
appropriate digit and routing assignments. Refer to Programs 17 and 71.
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Program 10-4 ACD/ISDN Parameters
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 10-4
ACD/ISDN Parameters
Initialized Default: LEDs 12 and 14 are ON
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 4
Button/
LED
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light Button/LEDs as defined by the table below. If
the X column is checked, the LED should be ON.
LED ON
X
LED OFF
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
ISDN “Start” access code is sent when the Speed Dial
(SDS) button is pressed (initialized).
ISDN Start access code is not sent.
13
Receive 3.1kHz audio calls as speech calls only if a
progress indicator is sent.
Always receives 3.1kHz calls.
12
BRI T-Wait ON (initialized)
BRI T-Wait OFF
11
PRI T-Wait ON
PRI T-Wait OFF (initialized)
04
All Agents Unavailable Route: Per Prog. 14-5 (Overflow
Point Destination)
All Agents Unavailable Route: Per Prog. 14-6 (After Shift
Destination)
03
Agent receives Supervisor Monitor Tone/LCD display
when being monitored
Agent does not receive Supervisor Monitor Tone/LCD
display when being monitored
ACD Mode: Most idle Agent receives next call
ACD Mode: Next Available Agent receives next call
10
09
08
07
06
05
02
01
Program 10-4 Overview
This program provides three system options. When enabled/disabled these options apply to all
ACD Groups and Agents. ACD system options are set as follows:
LED 01: Set Next-Available-First or Most-Idle-First Routing
Sets which algorithm the system follows to route ACD calls.
Next-Available-First, Turn LED 01 OFF—The Agent list is searched sequentially, starting
from (not including) the last found Agent, and ending with the first found available Agent.
This method of searching is similar to the circular-distributed hunt method.
Most-Idle-First, Turn LED 01 ON—The Agent with the most idle time, since the last ACD
call, receives the next call. If all Agents are busy and an Agent becomes available, that Agent
automatically receives the next call, regardless of idle time. If that should happen, the Agent
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Program 10-4 ACD/ISDN Parameters
Automatic Call Distribution
with the longest idle time may have to wait to receive a call. As Agents go idle, they are added
to the end of the ACD Agent routing list.
Note
During busy ACD call traffic conditions, the algorithm routes calls that have been
waiting in the ACD Group queue directly to the first Agent telephone that becomes
available.
LED 03: Supervisor Monitor Tone and Display
If Tone/LCD is enabled when a Supervisor monitors an Agent telephone, the Agent receives a
short dial tone burst (every 15 seconds) and a steady LCD display: MONITOR BY SUPRV.
The system also sends the monitor tone to the outside caller connected to the Agent. If Tone/
LCD is not enabled, the Agent and outside caller has no indication that their call is being
monitored by the Supervisor.
LED 04: ACD Group Unavailable Destination
When all Agents in a Group are in the Unavailable mode simultaneously, new incoming ACD
calls that are normally routed to the ACD Group’s call waiting queue is immediately diverted
to either the Overflow-Queue-Point destination (set in Program 14-5) or to the End-of-Shift
destination (set in Program 14-6), depending on the status of Program 10-4 LED 04 (see
Flowchart 6-6).
LED 11: PRI ISDN Timer
The T-Wait timer is an ISDN timer that is required to reduce the potential for a network
overload condition due to a large number of ISDN terminals requesting initialization at the
same time (e.g., due to an area-wide power failure). This timer creates a random time interval
and is called upon power up to set a value to delay the initialization process until the timer has
expired. This timer is seldom used for PRI interfaces.
LED 12: BRI ISDN Timer
The T-Wait timer for BRI and PRI terminals works the same way. See LED 11 for a
description. This timer should be used for BRI terminals and only disabled if the local provider
instructs disabling this timer.
LED 13: 3.1kHz Audio
Calls received from the non-ISDN portion of the public network come in 3.1 kHz audio. A
progress indicator is not always provided for these types of calls. Turning LED 13 OFF allows
all calls to be received. Toshiba recommends keeping LED 13 OFF until some time in the
future when the public network is updated to send a progress indicator with all calls.
LED 14: ISDN Start Button Access Code
When LED 14 is ON, the ISDN 6WDUW button access code is automatically sent when the
6SHHG'LDO (or 6'6) button is pressed. The default is ON. If LED 14 is OFF, the number
entry timer expires.
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Program 11 ACD Timing Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 11
ACD Timing Assignments
Initialized Default: See table below
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Code (1~9)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Time (min. or sec.)
ACD Group No.
Music Timer (1~3)
(used only with Code 5, skip this
entry for all other codes)
Processor
Code 1
ACD
Group
No.
Queue
Overflow
Timer
ACD Group Numbers
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
Code
Time
Initialized Data
Notes
1
0000~3600 sec.
0030 sec.
0000 = No Overflow
2
000~255 sec.
030 sec.
3
000~255 sec.
060 sec.
4
000~120 sec.
001 sec.
5
000~999 sec.
030 sec.
6
000~255 sec.
120 sec.
7
000~600 sec.
240 sec.
8
00~30 min.
01 min.
00 Disables Alarm
Guard Timer; blocks
Alarm Reset
9
00~60 min.
00 min.
00 Disables Timer
Code 2
Ring Agent
Timer
Code 3
Wrap-up
Timer
Code 4
Code 5
Code 6
Code 7
Code 8
Code 9
RBT before
Announce
Timer
Connect to
Music Timer
Call Waiting
Alarm
Timer 1
Call Waiting
Alarm
Timer 2
Alarm
Guard Timer
Disconnect
of ACD Call
Timer
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Program 11 ACD Timing Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 11 Overview
The ACD timers listed below can be set individually for each ACD Group. ACD timers apply
to loop, tie, DID, DNIS, and ANI lines, not ground start lines.
Code 1: Time in ACD Queue Before Overflow
The time period (ranges from 0000~3600 seconds) a call(s) remains in an ACD queue pattern
before it attempts to overflow to the destination set in Program 14-4. The queue timer can be
set from 1 second to 3600 seconds (60 minutes) or to no overflow time out. If no overflow
time out is set (Data = “0000”), then the call remains in queue or overflows per Program 14-5
operation settings (see Flowcharts 6-3 and 6-4).
Code 2: Ring Agent Timer
The time period (ranges from 000 seconds to 4 minutes and 15 seconds) an ACD call will ring
an idle Agent telephone. When the time expires and the call is unanswered, the system hunts
and rings another idle Agent telephone from the same ACD Group for the same duration of
time.
This process continues until all idle Agent telephones have been rung or the call is answered.
If the call remains unanswered after ringing the last idle Agent, it is routed to the destination
set in Program 14-5.
If the destination set in Program 14-5 is a [DN], the ACD line if idle rings the [DN]. If the
[DN] is busy, the ACD line rings the idle or busy [DN] or CO /LQH3RROHG/LQH*US button
assigned to ring in Programs 81, 84, and 87 and flash in *81, *84, and *87. If a DID/tie/DNIS/
ANI line is used, the call camps on to the busy station set in Program *14-2 (see Flowchart
6-7).
Code 3: After Call Work Timer
Immediately after an Agent disconnects from an ACD call, the After Call Work Timer begins
to count down (ranges from 000 seconds to 4 minutes, 15 seconds). The wrap-up count is
updated to display the active condition on the Agent telephone LCD (the wrap-up time
remaining counts down each second).
When an Agent telephone is in the After Call Work Time mode (wrap-up timer count down),
the telephone does not receive ACD calls, but it can receive non-ACD or PBX calls. An Agent
can cancel the wrap-up mode anytime by pressing the (QG$IWHU&DOO:RUN7LPH button,
by making another call, or by going off and on-hook. After Call Work Time is not activated
after the completion of PBX calls made from, or received on, the Agent telephone’s $&'&DOO
button or [PhDN].
Code 4: Ring-Back-Tone (RBT) Timer
Defines the time that a new incoming ACD call receives ring back tone, if no Agents are idle
and the caller must wait for the ACD queue announcement (ranges from 000~120 seconds)
(see Flowchart 6-1). This timer only applies to CO lines that are routed directly to the ACD
Group (all types of CO lines).
If a CO line is transferred to an ACD Group by a station or DK AA and no Agents are idle, this
timer does not apply. Calls immediately enter the ACD Group’s queue. If a caller hangs up
while connected to the RBT timer, the call is considered unanswered and the Strata DK system
does not send answer supervision (800-type calls are not billed in this case).
If the outside caller hangs up while the incoming call is connected to the RBT timer, the call is
abandoned and is not considered as an answered call. No answer supervision is sent from the
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Automatic Call Distribution
Program 11 ACD Timing Assignments
Strata DK System and “800” type calls will not be billed. Calls abandoned after the call is sent
to the first announcement will be considered as answered and billed.
Code 5: Music Timers 1, 2, and 3
Defines the time interval that ACD callers in queue are sent music following the first, second,
or third announcement. Range of each music timer is 000~999 seconds (about 5 seconds to 16
1⁄2 minutes).
The connection time tolerance when switching between music and announcements is 5
seconds; example, if a music timer is set for 00 seconds, the caller may still hear up to 5
seconds of music if a music source is installed.
♦
Timer 11-51 defines the music interval following the first announcement.
♦
Timer 11-52 defines the music interval between the second and third announcement on
three-announcement queue patterns. Timer 11-52 is not used on one or two announcement
queue patterns.
♦
Timer 11-53 defines the music interval following the second announcement on twoannouncement queue patterns; or, the music interval following the third announcement on
three-announcement queue patterns. Each music timer can be individually set from 000
seconds to 16 minutes, 39 seconds (see Flowcharts 6-8~6-10).
Code 6: Call Waiting Alarm Timer 1
Defines the first alarm threshold time for the ACD calls waiting in queue (ranges from
000~255 seconds). If a defined number of ACD calls (per Program 14-72) are in queue longer
than the time defined in Program 11-6, the ACD Supervisor telephone is sent a beeping alarm
indication (2400 Hz/10 Hz, 0.75 second OFF, 0.75 second ON). Program 14-8 DATA must be
set to “2” for the Call Waiting Alarm Timer 1 to operate.
Code 7: Call Waiting Alarm Timer 2
Defines the second alarm threshold time for ACD calls waiting in queue (ranges from
000~600 seconds). If a defined number of ACD calls (per Program 14-73) are in queue longer
than the time defined in Program 11-7, the ACD Supervisor telephone is sent a beeping alarm
indication (2400 Hz/10 Hz, one continuous sound). Program 14-8 DATA must be set to “2” for
the Call Waiting Alarm Timer 2 to operate.
Code 8: Alarm Guard Timer
Defines the minimum time interval between queue alarm signals sent to the Supervisor
telephone. The timer can be set from 01~30 minutes. If the timer is set to 00, the 5HVHW
4XHXH$ODUP button does not function to end a queue alarm indication on the Supervisor
telephone.
Example: If the queue alarm sounds at the Supervisor telephone and the Supervisor resets the
alarm by pressing the flashing 5HVHW4XHXH$ODUP button, the Alarm Guard Timer begins
to count down from the time set in this program. If the number of calls in the ACD queue still
exceeds the queue size (set in Program 14-71, 72, or 73) after the Alarm Guard Timer expires,
the alarm sounds again on the Supervisor telephone.
Code 9: Call Disconnect Timer
Defines the maximum time an ACD call can remain in queue (ranges from 01~60 minutes).
This timer should be used when using loop start, tie, or DID, DNIS, ANI on ACD lines. This
prevents CO lines from being connected to an ACD queue for an indefinite period of time after
the outside caller hangs up and the CO line does not provide the Calling Party Control (CPC or
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Program 11 ACD Timing Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
AR) disconnect signal. This timer only disconnects calls in queue; it does not disconnect calls
that are answered by Agent telephones or other telephones/devices. If 00 data is entered, the
disconnect feature is disabled.
The disconnect feature is always disabled for ground start CO lines (see Flowchart 6-2, later in
this chapter).
Note
6-12
255 sec. is 4 minutes and 15 seconds.
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Program 14-0 Loop/Ground Start Line Direct to ACD Group Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-0
Loop/Ground Start Line Direct to ACD Group
Assignments
Initialized Default: No CO lines assigned to direct ring to ACD Groups (all LEDS OFF)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 0
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light Button/LEDs of CO lines that should be
assigned to the ACD Group.
ACD Group No.
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
Processor
ACD Group Number
CO Line Range
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
001~048
RCTUC/D
01~16
001~144
RCTUE/F
01~16
001~200
ACD CO Line Assignments
(Write in CO lines assigned to direct ring each ACD Group on incoming calls.)
ACD Group No.
Program 14-0 Overview
Assigns ground and loop start CO lines to directly ring a designated ACD Group. CO lines that
are assigned to an ACD Group should also be assigned as a line group in Program 16. A CO
line can only be assigned to one ACD Group.
Important! Agent telephones that should receive calls from lines assigned to an ACD Group,
should not be assigned a 3RROHG/LQH*US button or individual CO /LQH
buttons (Program 39) for lines that are in the ACD Group.
ACD line calls ring Agent $&'&DOO buttons [PhDNs] and ACD calls that overflow ring the
overflow destination telephone [DN] buttons or CO /LQH/3RROHG/LQH*US button.
See Programs *09, 17 (LED 05) and 71-1 for DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line digit to ACD Group
assignments. Also see Program 11 (Code 1~9)—ACD Timing Assignments.)
Note
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Program assignment 78-61~63 overrides Program 14-0 CO line assignments.
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Program 14-1 ACD Agent Identification Code Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-1
ACD Agent Identification Code Assignments
Initialized Default: blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Agent ID Log in Code (0000~9999)
SELECT = Agent ID No. (000~255)
DATA = ACD Group No.
Use the Record Sheet that follows Program 18.
Program 14-1 Overview
This program assigns Agent Identification (ID) codes to each ACD Group. To receive an ACD
call from a specific ACD line group, the Agent must log in to the ACD Group by dialing the
ID code (four digits) assigned in this program.
A telephone can be logged in as either an Agent or Supervisor telephone in any ACD
Group, but it cannot be logged in as an Agent and a Supervisor simultaneously.
Agents can only log in to one ACD Group at a time. See Program 14-2 for more
information.
Note
Program *14-1
Auto Answer with Zip Tone Assigned to Agent ID
Initialized Default: Group Number = 01. Agent ID Code = blank. DATA 0 = No Auto Answer.
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 1
SELECT = Agent ID No. (000~255)
Press for single port entry.
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA =
0 = No Auto Answer
1 = Auto Answer
Use the Record Sheet that follows Program 18.
Program *14-1 Overview
This program assigns Auto Answer to Agent telephones. When Auto Answer is enabled, the
telephone generates a zip tone (one-half second burst of dial tone) into the handset and the
Agent can automatically answer ACD calls.
If the Agent telephone is off-hook, the headset receiver or if on-hook, the telephone speaker
receives zip tone when an ACD call is sent to the Agent. Auto Answer applies to direct and
transferred ACD calls, but not to incoming PBX calls to the Agent $&'&DOO [PhDN] button.
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Program 18 Agent Names for SMIS/MIS Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 18
Agent Names for SMIS/MIS Assignments
Initialized Default: blank
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
‡‡‡
SELECT = Agent ID No. (000~255)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Agent Name (8 characters maximum)
Agent ID
Numbers
ACD Group
Numbers
Maximum Number of
Agent ID Codes
RCTUBA/BB
000~199
01~08
200
RCTUC/D
000~255
01~16
256
RCTUE/F
000~255
01~16
256
Processor
Program 14-1
Program *14-1
Auto Answer with
Zip Tone
Agent ID
Number
ACD Group
Number
Agent ID
Code
(4 digits
max.)
Program 18
Agent Name
(8 characters max.)
Program 18 Overview
Each Agent ID number (set in Program 14-1) can be assigned an alphanumeric name (8
characters maximum) that displays on the ACD SMIS displays and reports.
The name for each Agent is entered in this program from a terminal or the programming
telephone (use the Program Record Sheet following Program *14-1).
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Program 18 Agent Names for SMIS/MIS Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
➤ To enter an Agent ID name or number
1. Enter Program 18, then select the desired Agent ID Number.
2. Enter the Agent name (eight characters maximum, see dial pad callouts below).
➤ To erase data
➤ Press LED button 01.
Numeric Mode
0 to 9 are treated as numerals.
Note
Dial pad starts out in Numeric Mode. Press button to switch to Alpha Mode.
Moves cursor to
right, and starts
special character
entry when in
the Alpha Mode.
Moves cursor
to left.
QZ
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PRS
TUV
WXY
7
8
9
Cursor
Left
Scroll
Mode
Changes from
Numeric to
Alpha Mode
and vice versa.
0
Scrolls alpha and
special characters.
Alpha Entry (Example):
Special Character Entry:
A
“Q”
B
“Z”
C
“:”
Alpha
Character
Entry
Sequence
“–”
“+”
“/”
1936
Figure 6-1
6-16
Special
Character
Entry
Sequence
Alpha Mode
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Program 14-2 ACD Supervisor Passwords
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-2
ACD Supervisor Passwords
Initialized Default: All blanks
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Supervisor ID Code (0000~9999)
GROUP = ACD Group No.
Processor
ACD Group Numbers
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
ACD Group Number
Supervisor ID Code
Name
Program 14-2 Overview
Assigns a Supervisor ID code to each ACD Group. Only one code is allowed per Group. When
a Supervisor ID code is logged into the system, the telephone is assigned (with all Supervisor
features) to the ACD Group with that Supervisor ID code.
If the telephone has an LCD, it can be used to monitor Agent and Queue Status for all ACD
Groups by using special access codes ;; and ;; (where XX = ACD Group
number). If a code is assigned to a non-existing ACD Group, the code can be used by a
Manager (for example) to check the Agent and/or Queue Status of any ACD Group.
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Program *14-2 DID, Tie, DNIS, ANI Line After Shift/Overflow Substitution Destinations
Automatic Call Distribution
Program *14-2
DID, Tie, DNIS, ANI Line After Shift/Overflow
Substitution Destinations
Initialized Default: Port 000
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 2
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA =
SELECT = ACD Group No.
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI Overflow Substitution Destination
Processor
ACD Group Numbers
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
RCTUBA/
BB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
000~079
000~239
000~335
500~579
500~739
500~835
[PhDN] Program *04 Port No.
900~915
900~915
900~915
Distributed Hunt Group Program *04 Port No.
ACD Group
Number
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI Overflow Substitution Destination
Station or Attendant Console [PDN] Program 04 Port No.
Destination
Program *14-2 Overview
Assigns a Normal Ringing or AA substitute destination for DID and/or tie lines.
If an ACD Group is assigned to overflow (in Program 14-4 or 14-5) or route after shift service
(Program 14-6) to the DK built-in AA or to Normal Ringing assignments (code 320 or 321),
these assignments only apply to loop/ground start CO line calls. DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line calls
are directed to the port assigned in this Program (*14-2).
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Program *14-2 DID, Tie, DNIS, ANI Line After Shift/Overflow Substitution Destinations
This is because only loop and ground start CO lines (not tie or DID lines) can be routed to DK
AA and/or Normal Ringing assignments.
Notes
●
●
●
●
Strata DK
If the assignments for an ACD Group: Overflow Queue Timer (Program 14-4), Overflow
Queue Point (Program 14-5), and/or After Shift (Program 14-6) destinations are
programmed as Normal Ringing or AA, DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines will be routed to the
destination [DN] assigned in this program. This is because DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines
cannot be assigned to AA or Normal CO line ringing.
If the destination [DN] assigned in this program is busy when one of the following occurs
(Ring No Answer, All Agents Unavailable, End of ACD Shift), the overflowing DID/tie/
DNIS/ANI line will camp on to the [DN]. Call Forward and/or Hunt from the destination
assigned will occur if set on the destination station.
DID, DNIS, ANI, and Tie line calls in queue do not overflow to busy ACD Groups,
Intercom numbers, [PDNs], [PhDNs], or Distributed Hunt Groups; they remain in queue
until the destination becomes idle.
Call Forward No Answer will occur if set on the destination assignment. If the overflow
destination is a Strata DK Attendant Console, calls will exit queue and overflow to the
Attendant Console when the console is idle or busy.
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Program 14-3 Announcement/Music Port and Queue Pattern
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-3
Announcement/Music Port and Queue Pattern
Initialized Default: all blanks
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 3
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Port number of Music or Announcement
Source
Code (1~5)
Enter blanks with Button/LED 01.
ACD Group No.
Processor
ACD Group Numbers
Port Numbers
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
000~079
RCTUC/D
01~16
000~239
RCTUE/F
01~16
000~335
Code 1
Enter the RSTU or RSTU2 (or equivalent) port number of the first announcement.
Code 2
Enter the RSTU or RSTU2 (or equivalent) port number of the second announcement if queue pattern has three announcements.
(Enter Code 2 assignment only if there are three announcements. Skip to Code 3 if only two announcements are used for the ACD
Group queue.
Code 3
Enter the second announcement port for two-announcement queue patterns or enter the third announcement port for threeannouncement queue patterns.
Code 4
Enter the RSTU, RSTU2 or PEKU Music Source port number or enter 999 if the music source is a Music-on-Hold (MOH) source.
Code 5
Enter the announcement number (1~3) of the first announcement that should repeat to calls in queue.
ACD Group
Number
6-20
Code 1
Announcement
1 Port
Code 2
Announcement
2 Port
Code 3
Announcement
2 or 3 Port
Code 4
Music Source Port
Strata DK
Code 5
Repeat
Announcement No.
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Program 14-3 Announcement/Music Port and Queue Pattern
Program 14-3 Overview
This program is used to make announcement/music port and queue pattern assignments. All
announcement devices (digital announcers) must connect to standard telephone ports (RSTU,
RSTU2, RDSU/RSTS, PSTU, PESU).
The music source can be the MOH source connected to the RCTU RCA jack, another source
connected to a standard telephone port or an electronic telephone port (voice pair).
Each ACD Group can have from one to three announcements and a separate music source.
Announcements and/or music sources can also be shared in any combination between ACD
Groups (see Flowcharts 6-8~6-10, later in this chapter).
Code 1: Announcement Port One
Assigns the port that will be connected to the digital announcer that should be activated first
when a CO line call enters the ACD Group queue. Code 1 always assigns the first
announcements in a queue pattern. Skip Code 2 and Code 3 programming if only one
announcement is used for the ACD Group queue.
Code 2: Announcement Port Two
Assigns the port to which the second announcement device connects in a three-announcement
queue pattern. If only two announcements are used for the ACD Group queue, skip to Code 3.
Code 3: Assigns Port for Second or Third Announcement Device
Assigns the port to which the second announcement device connects in a two-announcement
queue pattern. Or, it is the port connected to the third announcement device in a threeannouncement queue pattern.
Code4: ACD Queue Music Source Port
Assigns the station port or RCTU MOH jack to which the ACD queue music source is
connected. The music is sent to callers in the ACD Group queue during the time intervals set
in Programs 11-51, -52, and -53, or continuously until an Agent answers or the call overflows
(see Non-repeating Queue Announcement following Program 14-5).
Code 5: Select Repeat Enactment for Queue Pattern
After the last music timer (11-51, -52, or -53) in the queue pattern expires, the queue pattern
announcements and music can be repeated to callers starting with announcement 1, 2, or 3.
Use Code 5 to select which announcement to start the repeat queue pattern process. The queue
pattern is repeated until an Agent answers, the call overflows per Program 14-4, the caller
hangs up, or the disconnect timer expires (Program 11-9). The queue pattern can be set to
repeat or not repeat announcements, depending on the options set in Program 14-5 (see
Flowcharts 6-8~6-10, later in this chapter).
Queue Pattern Options 1, 2, and 3 are shown in the following diagram. For more details, see
Flowcharts 6-8~6-10.
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Program 14-3 Announcement/Music Port and Queue Pattern
Code 4
Music Source
Announcement 1
PATTERN 1 Code 1
Program 11-51
Timer
Go back to repeat announcement 1
Or
assigned in Code 5 above, no
overflow point OP0 in Program 14-5XX0.
Automatic Call Distribution
QUEUE
Overflow point OP1
in (Program 14-5XX1).
Code 4
Code 4
Music Source
Music Source
Announcement 1
Announcement 2
PATTERN 2 Code 1
Program 11-51 Code 3
Program 11-53
Timer
Timer
Go back to repeat announcement 1 or 2
Or
assigned in Code 5 above, no
overflow point OP0 in Program 14-5XX0.
QUEUE
Code 4
Music Source
Announcement 1
PATTERN 3 Code 1
Program 11-51
Timer
QUEUE
Announcement 2
Code 2
Code 4
Music Source
Program 11-52
Timer
Overflow point OP2
in (Program 14-5XX2).
Announcement 3
Code 3
Code 4
Music Source
Program 11-53
Timer
Go back to repeat announcement 1, 2 or 3
assigned in Code 5 above, no
overflow point OP0 in Program 14-5XX0.
1940
Or
Overflow point OP3
in (Program 14-5XX3).
XX=ACD Group Number
Figure 6-2
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ACD Queue Announcement and Music Patterns
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Program 14-4 Queue Time Out Overflow Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-4
Queue Time Out Overflow Destination
Initialized Default: Port 000
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 4
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Queue Timeout Overflow Destination
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
RCTUBA/BB
ACD Group
Numbers
[PDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Port
Range
01~08
000~079
500~079
DATA
See [PDN] Port
Range
Queue Timeout Overflow Destination
Station or Attendant Console (See [PDN] Port Range)
RCTUC/D
01~16
000~239
500~739
301~316
ACD Group (RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D)
RCTUE/F
01~16
000~335
500~835
401~416
ACD Group (RCTUE/F)
320 (RCTUBA/
RCTUBB,
RCTUC/D)
420 (RCTUE/F)
Auto Attendant (DK Built-in)
321 (RCTUBA/
RCTUBB,
RCTUC/D)
421 (RCTUE/F)
Normal CO line; Ring assignments not including
delayed ringing assignments
See [PhDN] Port
Range
[PhDN] Program *04 Port No.
900~915
Distributed Hunt Group Program *04 Port No.
ACD Group No.
Overall Queue Time Out Destination
Program 14-4 Overview
This program sets the overflow point destination for CO line calls that are in an ACD queue
for longer than the queue time set in Program 11-1. Calls only overflow when the overflow
destination is idle or when it becomes idle if the overflow destination is a [PDN], [PhDN],
Distributed Hunt [DH] Group, port or another ACD Group. (See Flowchart 6-3).
If the overflow destination is an ACD Group or a station port [DN] and it is busy, the call
remains in queue.
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Program 14-4 Queue Time Out Overflow Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
If the overflow destination is to a Normal Ring assignment (Programs 81~89 and *81, *84,
and *87), Attendant Console or the built-in AA, calls will exit queue and overflow if the
destination is idle or busy. This assignment is not necessary if the overflow queue timer is set
to infinity (infinity = 0000 in Program 11-1).
Only ground and loop start ACD calls will overflow to the Strata DK AA or Normal Ringing.
DID, DNIS, and tie lines will overflow to the assignment set in Program *14-2 if codes 320,
321, 440 or 441 is set in this program.
If the overflow destination is busy when overflow time occurs, the following options are
available:
♦
If the call(s) should exit the ACD queue and mute ring the busy overflow station, assign
Code 321 (normal ringing) in Program 14-4 and assign the ACD lines to ring the overflow
station [DN] in Programs 81, 84, 87, *81, *84, and *87.
Note
6-24
Delay ring assignments do not apply to Program 14-4 for delay ring.
♦
If the overflow destination is the DK Built-in AA or an Attendant Console, calls will
always exit queue when the overflow timer expires (Program 11-1) – even if the AA or
Attendant Console is busy.
♦
If the call(s) should remain in queue until the busy overflow station or [DN] becomes idle,
assign the overflow destination [DN] or another ACD Group in Program 14-4 as the
overflow point.
♦
If the overflow destination is a busy Distributed Hunt Group, the ACD call will not exit
the ACD queue and enter the Distributed Hunt Group queue.
♦
If it is required to route “Queue Time Out” overflow calls to a Voice Mail box (see the
Program 14-6 record sheet).
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Program 14-5 Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-5
Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing
Destination
Initialized Default: Overflow point=0, no overflow point
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 5
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Destination
SELECT = ACD Group No.
SELECT= Overflow Point (1~3)
= Queue Timer (0)
ACD Group
Numbers
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
000~079
500~079
RCTUC/D
01~16
000~239
500~739
RCTUE/F
01~16
000~335
500~835
Processor
DATA
OP0, OP1, OP2, OP3
ACD Group
No.
Destination
Overflow Point (OP) Destination (Incoming Port 000). Only one
OP can be programmed. For No Overflow, select DATA=0.
See [PDN] Port Range
Station or Attendant Console [PDN] Program 04 Port No.
301~316
ACD Group (RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D)
401~416
ACD Group (RCTUE/F)
320 (RCTUBA/BB, C/D)
420 (RCTUE/F)
Auto Attendant (DK Built-in)
321 (RCTUBA/BB, C/D)
421 (RCTUE/F)
Normal CO line; Ring assignments not including delayed
ringing assignments
See [PhDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Program *04 Port No.
900~915
Distributed Hunt Group Program *04 Port No.
Overflow Point
RNA and Overflow Point
Destination
ACD Group
No.
Overflow Point
RNA and Overflow Point
Destination
Program 14-5 Overview
There are two basic options for call overflow:
Overflow Point: Calls in queue can overflow when they reach a particular point in the queue
pattern (after the first, second, or third music timer expires). DATA = 1, 2, or 3 sets the music
timer overflow point.
Queue Timer Expiration: Calls can cycle in the queue pattern and the same announcement(s)
and music repeats until the overall queue timer expires (no overflow point). DATA = 0 selects
the queue timer expiration. (See Program 14-3, Code 5, also see Flowcharts 6-2 and 6-8).
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Program 14-5 Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
Calls in queue can overflow when they reach a particular point in the queue pattern (after the
first, second, or third music timer expires) or calls can cycle in the queue pattern and the same
announcement(s) and music are repeatedly sent to the destination set in Program 14-4 until the
overall queue timer expires (see diagram later in this section). For further details, see Program
14-3, Code 5 or Flowcharts 6-4 and 6-8.
●
●
If all Agents are Unavailable and the LED 04 is turned ON in Program 10-4, calls route to
the destination set in Program 14-5.
If the overflow station(s) or [DNs] are busy when overflow time occurs, the following
options are available:
●
●
●
If the call(s) should exit the ACD queue and mute ring the busy overflow station,
assign Code 321 (normal ringing) in Program 14-5 and assign the ACD lines to ring
the overflow station [DN] in Programs 81, 84, 87, *81,*84, and *87. Delay Ring
assignments do not apply to Program 14-5 for delay ring.
If the overflow destination is the Strata DK System built-in AA or Attendant Console,
calls will always exit queue when the overflow point is reached – even if the AA or
Attendant Console is busy.
If the call(s) should remain in queue until the busy overflow destination becomes idle
assign the overflow destination as a [DN] (000~239 or 500~739, except Attendant
Console ports) or ACD Group (01~16) in Program 14-5.
If the Program 14-5 overflow destination is a DH Group, calls will not exit the ACD queue and
enter the busy DH Group queue.
Only ground and loop start ACD calls overflow to the DK AA or normal ringing. DID, DNIS,
ANI and tie lines will overflow to the assignment set in Program *14-2 if code 320 or 321 is
set in this program.
If announcements should not be repeated, see Flowcharts 6-8~6-10 and “Non-Repeating
Queue Announcement” explanation under Program 14-5.
Call Queue Overflow Point (OP) Guide
OP1
A1
M1
A2
OP2
M2
A3
OP3
M3
or
OP0
Calls in Queue go back to the announcement (1~3) selected in Program 14-3, Code 5
and continue to repeat until overall overflow Queue Time (Program 11-1). When the
Overflow Queue Timer expires, the call attempts to overflow to the destinations set in
Program 14-4.
1943
Notes
A1~A3 = Announcement Device 1~3.
OP1~OP3 can be a station or Attendant Console port (including an additional announcement
device, but not A1~A3), an ACD Group, the built-in AA, or to ring telephone Directory
Numbers [DNs] per the normal ringing assignment (Programs 81, 84, 87, *81, *84, and *87).
Unanswered ACD calls to Agent telephones will be routed to the destination assigned in
Program 14-5.
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Program 14-5 Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
If it is desired to route Overflow Point/RNA calls to a Voice Mail box, see Program 14-6
record sheet for instructions.
M
= Music Source
M1 time
= Program 11-51
M2 time
= Program 11-52
M3 time
= Program 11-53
♦
If no overflow point is selected (DATA = 0) and the queue overflow time is set to infinity
(Program 11-1), calls do not overflow.
♦
If the overflow operation is at overflow points 1, 2, or 3, assign the overflow destination in
this program.
♦
If the overflow occurs after the queue timer expires, assign the overflow destination in
Program 14-4.
♦
If all Agents are in the Unavailable mode, CO calls to the ACD Group can be routed to the
assigned overflow destination in this program as an option (see Program 10-4 LED 04).
ACD calls that ring Agent telephones and are not answered route to the destination set in
Program 14-5 (see Flowchart 6-7).
Overflow Operation
If the Program 14-5 overflow destination is a station [PDN], [PhDN], another ACD Group, or,
a Distributed Hunt Group and it is busy when a call overflow point is reached, the call remains
in queue until the overflow point destination becomes idle. (See Flowcharts 6-2, 6-3 and 6-4.)
When the overall queue timer expires, the call also attempts to overflow to the destination set
in Program 14-4. The call is sent to an idle Agent or to the overflow point set in Programs 144 or 14-5, whichever becomes idle first.
If the overflow destination is the Normal Ring assignment (Programs 81, 84, and 89), the DK
Attendant Console, or AA, overflow occurs even if the destination is busy. See Flowchart 6-4.)
If the overflow destination is the DK AA or Normal Ringing assignments, DID/tie/DNIS/ANI
line calls overflow to Program *14-2 assignment only when the destination is idle.)
Non-Repeating Queue Announcement
Case 1—Provide callers with one announcement, followed by music until the call is answered
by an Agent or until the call overflows — refer to Flowchart 6-8 at the back of this chapter.
(Overflow time is determined by the overall queue timer; Program 11-1, one second to one
hour or no overflow.)
♦
Assign Announcement 1 to the appropriate digital announcer standard telephone port
(Program 14-31).
♦
Assign Announcements 2 and 3 to any vacant PDKU or PEKU port. (Program 14-32
and 14-33 , DATA = XXX vacant port. See Notes.)
♦
Assign music in Program 14-34.
♦
See Notes, following Case 2.
Case 2—Provide the following sequence to callers: Announcement 1, followed by Music 1,
Announcement 2, and then continuous music until the call is answered by an Agent or until the
call overflows — refer to Flowchart 6-10 at the back of this chapter. (Overflow time is
determined by the overall queue timer; Program 11-1, one second to one hour or no overflow.)
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Program 14-5 Overflow Point and Ring No Answer Routing Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
♦
Assigns Announcements 1 and 2 to the appropriate digital announcer, standard
telephone port (Programs 14-31 and 14-32).
♦
Assign Announcement 3 to any vacant PDKU or PEKU port (Program 14-33). XX =
ACD Group number, DATA = Vacant Port Number ZZZ.
♦
Assign music in Program 14-34.
Notes
In both Cases 1 and 2 above:
●
●
●
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The vacant port is a digital or electronic telephone port. It must not be connected to a
telephone when assigned as an announcement port in Program 14-3. A station PCB does
not have to be installed for the vacant announcement port.
Set overflow point to “0” and the destination to the desired Ring No Answer port XXX
(Program 14-5XX-0-XXX).
Set overall queue overflow time (Program 11-1) and the overall queue overflow
destination (Program 14-4XX-YYY) as appropriate for overflow or no-overflow.
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Program 14-6 After Shift Service Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-6
After Shift Service Destination
Initialized Default: Destination = Incoming port 000
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 6
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Destination
SELECT = ACD Group No.
ACD Group
Numbers
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
000~079
500~079
RCTUC/D
01~16
000~239
500~739
RCTUE/F
01~16
000~335
500~835
Processor
DATA
Destination
See [PDN] Port Range
Station or Attendant Console [PDN] Program 04 Port No.
301~316
ACD Group (RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D)
401~416
ACD Group (RCTUE/F)
320 (RCTUBA/BB, C/D)
420 (RCTUE/F)
Auto Attendant (DK Built-in)
321 (RCTUBA/BB, C/D)
421 (RCTUE/F)
Normal CO line; Ring assignments not including delayed
ringing assignments
See [PhDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Program *04 Port No.
900~915
Distributed Hunt Group Program *04 Port No.
ACD Group
No.
After Shift
Destination
Program 14-6 Overview
This program assigns the destination for ACD calls, or calls transferred to an ACD group, that
come in after the ACD shift has ended.
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Program 14-6 After Shift Service Destination
Automatic Call Distribution
After Shift begins when the Supervisor presses the (QGRI$&'6KLIW button or when the last
Agent logs off (see Flowchart 6-5).
If a station port is assigned, only one call at a time is serviced by the End of ACD Shift
telephone or answering device (lowest CO line first if calls are waiting). Waiting calls camp on
and receive ring-back tone.
If all Agents are in the Unavailable mode, calls to the ACD Group can be routed to the After
Shift destination, set in Program 14-6, or to the queue overflow point destination set in
Program 14-5 (see Program 10-4, LED 04).
If the End of ACD Shift destination is the Normal Ring assignment (Program 81~89), loop and
ground start lines mute ring busy stations and DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines camp on to busy End
of ACD Shift stations assigned in Program *14-2.
If the End of ACD Shift destination is another ACD Group, calls are directed to the Group as
if they were new ACD calls to the Group.
➤ To Program ACD loop and/or ground start CO lines to night ring over external page
A PIOU, PEPU, or PIOUS is required.
1. Assign normal ringing (321 or 441) in Program 14-6.
2. Assign ACD lines to night ring over external page in Program 78-13.
3. Assign 1LJKW7UDQVIHU button to appropriate telephone(s) in Program 39.
4. Assign Night Relay operation in Program 77-1, LED 06.
If the destination port assigned in this program is busy when After Shift (or all Agents log out)
is set, DID and tie lines will camp on to the port while ground and loop start lines will busy
override (mute) ring the port. If the destination station has Call Forward or Hunt set, these
features will operate.
Notes
●
●
●
●
6-30
DID, DNIS, ANI, and tie lines cannot be directed to the Strata DK System AA or Normal
ring assignments (321) if code 320, 321, 440, or 441 is assigned in Program 14-6. DID,
DNIS, ANI and tie line calls will be routed to the destination assigned in Program *14-2.
Assign all Groups (even if not used) to a destination. This is in case a transferred call is
sent to an unused ACD Group, the call will be sent to the destination assigned in Program
14-6.
If it is required to route calls to a Voice Mail box during the After Shift mode, you may
designate a Group announcement (A1~A3) port as the After Shift destination –
temporarily use a standard telephone to Call Forward All Calls from the announcement
port to the Voice Mail device and set the VMID code of the announcement port (#656
digits) to the desired After Shift Mailbox.
During normal operation, the announcement port will play messages to callers in queue;
during the After Shift mode, calls will forward from the announcement port to the After
Shift Voice Mail box. This operation is also allowed for Programs 14-4 and 14-5
assignments.
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Program 14-71 Queue Size for Alarm, Immediate Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-71
Queue Size for Alarm, Immediate Assignments
Initialized Default: Queue Size = 010
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 71
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Queue Size
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
ACD Group
Numbers
Queue Size
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
001~048
RCTUC/D
01~16
001~144
RCTUE/F
01~16
001~200
ACD Group
No.
Queue Size
Program 14-71 Overview
The system causes the Supervisor 5HVHW4XHXH$ODUP button to flash and the Supervisor
telephone sounds immediately a one second ON, one-half OFF beeping alarm when the
number of calls in the ACD queue exceeds the number set in this program. Program 14-8
DATA must be set to “1” if using this option (see Program 14-8 for more information).
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Program 14-72 Queue Size for Alarm 1
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-72
Queue Size for Alarm 1
Initialized Default: Queue Size = 010
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 72
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Queue Size
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
ACD Group
Numbers
Queue Size
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
001~048
RCTUC/D
01~16
001~144
RCTUE/F
01~16
001~200
ACD Group
No.
Queue Size
Program 14-72 Overview
The system causes the Supervisor 5HVHW4XHXH$ODUP button to flash and the Supervisor
telephone to sound a one second ON, one second OFF beeping alarm when the number of calls
in the ACD queue exceeds the number of calls set in this program for a time duration set in
Program 11-6.
Program 14-8 DATA must be set to “2” if using this option (see Program 11-6 and Program
14-8 for more information).
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Program 14-73 Queue Size for Alarm 2
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-73
Queue Size for Alarm 2
Initialized Default: Queue Size = 010
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = 73
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Queue Size
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
ACD Group
Numbers
Queue Size
RCTUBA/BB
01~08
001~048
RCTUC/D
01~16
001~144
RCTUE/F
01~16
001~200
ACD Group
No.
Queue Size
Program 14-73 Overview
The system causes the Supervisor 5HVHW4XHXH$ODUP button to flash and the Supervisor
telephone to sound a continuous beeping alarm when the number of calls in the ACD queue
exceeds the number of calls set in this program for a time duration set in Program 11-7.
Program 14-8 DATA must be set to “2” if using this option (see Program 11-7 and Program
14-8 for more information).
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Program 14-8 Alarm Pattern Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-8
Alarm Pattern Assignments
Initialized Default: 0 for each group
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 8
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Pattern (0, 1, or 2)
0 = None
1 = Immediate Alarm (Program 14-71)
2 = Alarm Timer 1 and 2 (Program 14-72, 11-6
and Program 14-73, 11-7)
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
RCTUBA/BB
ACD Group
Numbers
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
ACD Group
No.
Alarm Pattern
Program 14-8 Overview
This program selects the type of queue alarm that is sent to the Supervisor telephone for each
ACD Group. Only one alarm type is allowed for a given ACD Group. The Supervisor can
reset the alarm by pressing the flashing 5HVHW4XHXH$ODUP button.
DATA = 0: No Alarm
This selection disables the queue alarm.
DATA = 1: Immediate Alarm
This selection causes the system to send immediately a queue alarm to the Supervisor
telephone when the number of calls in the ACD queue exceeds the number set in Program 1471.
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Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-8 Alarm Pattern Assignments
DATA = 2: Call Waiting Alarm 1 and 2
This selection allows two timed alarms to be set. Alarm 1 sounds when (X + 1) number of
calls are in the ACD queue longer than the time period set in Program 11-6 (X is set in
Program 14-72). Alarm 2 sounds when (Y + 1) number of calls are in the ACD queue longer
the time period set in Program 11-7 (Y is set in Program 14-73). Normally, Alarm 1 is used as
a caution alarm to indicate a less critical alarm than Alarm 2.
Example:
Alarm 1 may be set to alert the Supervisor when five calls are in queue for longer than three
minutes; and Alarm 2 may be set to alert the Supervisor when ten calls are in queue for five
minutes. Once alarm 2 is activated, Alarm 1 is inactive until Alarm 2 thresholds are no longer
exceeded. Alarm 1 is an interrupted beeping tone; Alarm 2 is a continuous beeping tone.
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Program 14-9 Work Unit Assignments
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 14-9
Work Unit Assignments
Initialized Default: account digits for each Group = 02
6SNU +ROG
6SNU SELECT = 9
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Account Digits (01~15)
SELECT = ACD Group No.
Processor
RCTUBA/BB
ACD Group
Numbers
01~08
RCTUC/D
01~16
RCTUE/F
01~16
ACD Group No.
Number of Work Unit Digits
Program 14-9 Overview
This program selects the length of the Work Unit code for each ACD Group.
Agents talking on an ACD call can press the :RUN8QLW button and enter a Work Unit code
(1~15 digits) for each call. The outside caller cannot hear the code, so conversation is not
interrupted.
SMIS only records (Peg) one or two digit Work Unit codes. SMDR can record 1~15 digit
Work Unit codes. If multiple work unit codes are entered on the same ACD call, only the last
code entered will be sent to SMDR; however, SMIS will register all Work Unit codes entered.
The Strata DK SMDR data will send up to 15 Work Unit digits in the Account Code data field
of the standard DK SMDR output. MIS (TTY) data will send only 1- or 2-digit Work Unit
codes.
When the :RUN8QLW button is pressed on the Agent telephone, the LCD shows “ENTER
STRK DIAL”. The Agent must enter the number of digits assigned in this program to allow a
work unit peg to be sent to SMIS. Any number of digits entered (even if less than assigned in
this program) will be sent to SMDR when the ACD call is ended.
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Program 15 Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
Program 15
Ground/Loop/Tie/DID Line Options
If loop start lines are routed to ACD Groups, set each line to automatically release when the
CO sends the AR signal after the outside party hangs up. Use Program 15 Code 1 and Code 3
to set auto release detection for each CO line.
See Page 3-43 for the programming record sheet.
Program 17
DID/Tie Line Options
If DID/tie lines must be routed to ACD Groups, use Program 17 to set the appropriate options
for each DID/tie line.
See Page 3-49 for the programming record sheet.
Program 35
Station Class of Service
To allow Agent Help (assistance) calls to busy Supervisor telephones, enable Busy-StationTransfer (LED 20-ON) on Agent telephones and Busy-Station-Ring (LED 19-ON) on
Supervisor telephones. Supervisor telephones should have more than one [PDN] (Program 39)
to receive Agent Help calls when the Supervisor telephone is busy.
See Page 3-98 for the programming record sheets.
Program 71
DID/Tie/DNIS/ANI Lines
If DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines route to ACD Groups and provide DNIS line features (such as the
DNIS name, night/day routing, etc.), use Program 71 to assign the DID/tie/DNIS digits or ANI
lines to route the appropriate ACD Group (see Program 17, LED 05).
Also see “Program 71 DNIS” on Page 3-150.
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Program 39
Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Initialized Default: Logical port number = physical port number
Program 90, 91-1, or 91-9 initializes Program 02
6SNU +ROG
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
SELECT = Port Number or Range.
CODE =
To add a port range, enter XXX*XXX
(low port * high port)
Enter the appropriate feature code. See the
Feature Code Table below.
Press Button/LED to be defined.
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
RCTUBA/BB
Processor
000~079
500~079
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
RCTUE/F
000~255
500~835
Toshiba highly recommends that you enter the button keystrip names exactly as shown in the
left column, since these button names are used in the ACD Agent and Supervisor Guides.
ACD Feature Button
Designation
Log In/
Log Out
(Agent)
Feature Code
Program
on Agent
Telephone
451
X
Program on
Supervisor
Telephone
Notes
Used by Agents to Log In/Out.
[PhDN] + Log In/Out + ZZZZ
(ZZZZ = Agent ID code)
Log in/
Log Out
(Supervisor)
451
X
Used by Supervisor to Log In/Out
Log In/Out + YYYY
(YYYY = Agent ID code)
ACD Call
Program
[PhDN] in
Program 39
X
Each Agent telephone must have a unique, singleappearing [PhDN] button to receive and originate
ACD calls.
When the Agent logs into an ACD Group from any
single-appearing [PhDN], that [PhDN] is the active
ACD Button on the Agent telephone.
(Supervisor telephones do not require a unique
[PhDN] button unless the Supervisor telephone will
be used as an Agent telephone periodically.)
Work Unit
444
X
ACD Pickup
446
X
Unavailable
452
X
6-38
Enables the Agent to peg an ACD call with an
account number that will be sent to a SMIS personal
computer and/or SMDR device.
X
Provides ACD call pickup within the Group. The
Agent must be logged into the same Group in order
to pick up the ACD call. The Pickup call is considered
an ACD call on the MIS status report.
Turns the Agent’s availability off and on. While in this
mode, the Agent does not receive any new incoming
ACD calls.
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Feature Code
Program
on Agent
Telephone
ACD Help
449
X
Rings a Supervisor [DN] button, enabling an Agent to
request assistance while talking on an ACD call.
Calls the highest numbered Supervisor telephone or
[PDN]
End After Call
Work Time
445
X
Manually cancels unused wrap-up time. This enables
an Agent to receive another ACD call.
End Of
ACD Shift
443
ACD Feature Button
Designation
Transfer to ACD
Group
Conf/Trn +
#406XX
X
Program on
Supervisor
Telephone
Notes
X
Enables the Supervisor to stop new calls from
entering the ACD Group queue or from ringing
Agents. The End of ACD Shift mode routes new calls
to the After Shift destination set in Program 14-6. A
Supervisor must be logged in to use this button.
X
Program this Speed Dial sequence on telephones
that must transfer calls to ACD Groups. This enables
one-touch transfer of CO lines (ground/loop start or
DID/tie) to ACD Group XX. XX = ACD Group 01~16.
Transfer to an ACD Group is always blind and
immediate and does not recall the transferring
station.
If the ACD Group shift is ended or all Agents are
unavailable, the transferred call is routed per the
called Group’s After Shift or All Agents Unavailable
destination.
Monitor
ACD Call
447
X
Used by Supervisor to monitor Agent calls
(Supervisor telephone only). Enables the Supervisor
to listen to any Agent’s ACD calls (not non-ACD or
PBX calls) by pressing the 0RQLWRU$&'&DOO button
and then entering the Agent’s ID code.
During Agent monitoring, a one-way talk path
enables the Supervisor to listen to the Agent/outside
party conversation without the Agent/caller hearing
the Supervisor.
An optional “Call Monitor” tone (dial tone burst) can
be sent to the Agent/caller every 15 seconds (see
Program 10-4, LED 03) while the Supervisor is
monitoring the ACD call. The Agent LCD displays
MONITOR BY SUPRV when this option is enabled.
Queue Status
[PDN] +
X
#404XX
[PDN] +
Agent
Status
Reset Queue
Alarm
Strata DK
X
#405XX
Programming
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June 1998
Program these speed dial buttons on the
Supervisor’s telephone to enable quick access to
Queue Status, Agent Status, and one-touch
Supervisor log in.
(XX = ACD Group 01~16)
X
Used to reset a queue alarm that is sent to the
Supervisor telephone when the number of calls in
queue exceeds the limits of queue alarm parameters
(see Programs 14-71~73, 14-8, 11-6, and 11-7 for
queue alarm parameters).
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
ACD Feature Button
Designation
Supervisor Call
Feature Code
Program
on Agent
Telephone
Program
[PDN] in
Program 39
Program on
Supervisor
Telephone
X
Automatic Call Distribution
Notes
This is the [PDN] of the Supervisor telephone.
Supervisor telephones do not require a unique
[PhDN] like Agent telephones.
Toshiba recommends programming more than one
[PDN] onto Supervisor telephones to enable Agent
Help (assistance) calls to ring busy Supervisor
telephones.
Also program Agents with Busy Station Transfer and
Supervisors with Busy Station Ring (see Program 35
BST and BSR).
Speed Dial
Code
Program on
Agent
Telephone
Program on
Supervisor
Telephone
RCTUBA/BB, C/D
(station)
*10~*49
X
X
RCTUBA/BB, C/D
(system)
*600~*699
X
X
RCTUE/F (station)
*100~*139
X
X
RCTUE/F (system)
*200~*999
X
X
Speed Dial Codes
Notes
All of the above ACD Features can be programmed
onto 6' buttons or onto speed dial codes. This table
shows the range of Station and System Speed Dial
Codes by processor.
Program 39 Overview
This program assigns ACD Agent and Supervisor buttons for Toshiba digital and/or electronic
telephones. All other button codes (see Program 39 Record Sheet in Chapter 10—Record
Sheets in this manual) are allowed on Agent and Supervisor telephones. Telephones can be
programmed with both Agent and Supervisor buttons to enable dual functions, however, a
telephone cannot function as a Supervisor and Agent station simultaneously.
If both Agent and Supervisor buttons are assigned to a telephone, the type of log in code
(Agent or Supervisor) determines how the telephone will function (see Program 14-1 and
14-2).
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Programming
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Automatic Call Distribution
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Agent and Supervisor Telephone Programming Considerations
ACD Agent telephones must be programmed with a [PhDN] button (called the $&'&DOO
button) to receive ACD calls. This button must be a unique [PhDN] that appears only on that
Agent telephone.
The $&'&DOO button is used to originate and receive PBX calls that register on SMIS when
the Agent is logged into an ACD Group with the $&'&DOO button. PBX calls are calls that
originate from or ring the Agent $&'&DOO button when the $&'&DOO button [PhDN] is
dialed or when a CO line is programmed to ring the $&'&DOO button [PhDN].
If the Agent’s telephone is not logged into an ACD Group, calls originated or received by the
$&'&DOO button are considered non-ACD calls.
Do not program ACD CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH*US buttons on Agent telephones.
Supervisor telephones do not require an ACD [PhDN].
If the ACD call is placed on hold while the Supervisor is monitoring it, there is only silence
until the Agent takes the call off-hold and monitoring resumes. The Supervisor telephone is
busy to new calls when in the Monitor mode. (Busy Override, Off-hook Call Announce, and
Camp-on are available to callers that call a Supervisor in the Monitor or Verify Status mode.)
Important! The Monitor mode is automatically cancelled if an Agent transfers an ACD call.
Related Programs
Strata DK
♦
Programs ground/loop start CO line ringing assignments (Programs 81~89) for use with
Overflow/After Shift destinations in Programs 14-4, 14-5, and 14-6.
♦
Programs CO line Group assignments (Program 16) for lines that are assigned to an ACD
Group in Program 14-0.
Programming
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-1
Automatic Call Distribution
ACD Group Call Routing
Possible ways to route CO line calls to ACD group.
CO line transferred to
ACD Group
(XX = 01~16). Internal
[DN] calls cannot be
transferred to ACD groups.
Loop and ground start
CO lines are assigned
to ACD groups in
Program 14-0.
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI
line incoming digits
are assigned to
ACD Groups in
Program *09 or
Program 71.
DK built-in Auto
Attendant “one digit
prompts” are
assigned to ACD
groups in Program
09.
Call is
routed to
ACD
Group.
Ring idle agent telephone
per ring agent timer in
Program 11-2; if agent
does not answer, ring next
idle agent per timer and
continue until all idle agent
telephones are rung or an
agent answers the call.
Yes
Notes
♦ Internal [DN] and external DISA
callers cannot direct dial into ACD
Groups.
♦ If an Agent ACD Call button is idle,
ACD calls will busy override and ring
the button even if an Agent is busy on
another [DN] or CO
button.
Is
an Agent
button
idle?
No
No
Is the
call attempting to
overflow from another
ACD Group
queue?
Does an Agent
answer?
Yes
From another ACD
group: call overflow
attempt, or all agents
unavailable, or in
After Shift mode.
Do not overflow. Remain in
original queue and continue
to look for an idle Agent in the
overflow group and in the
original group.
Yes
No
Talk on ACD call.
Are all
Agents logged
out or has the supervisor
ended the shift?
Ring No Answer (RNA)
overflow to destination set
in Program 14-5. See
ACD Flowchart 6-7.
No
Send call to ACD Group
queue: go to ACD
Flowchart 6-2.
Are all Agents
unavailable?
Call routes to ACD Group's
After Shift destination or
Overflow Point destination.
See ACD Flowchart 6-6.
Yes
No
No
Does an
agent become idle
before Program 11-4 timer
expires?
Call routes to ACD Group's
After Shift destination. See
ACD Flowchart 6-5.
Yes
If the answer to all the above questions is no,
then one or more agents are in the available
mode but are talking on other calls or in After
Call Work mode.
Continue
Yes
Continue
Send ring back tone to the
caller for the time duration
set in Program 11-4 or until
an agent becomes idle.
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Direct
Is the call a direct CO line
call, or other type: transferred from a
station or Auto Attendant, routed from
another ACD group because all agents
are unavailable or in After Shift
Mode?
Other
Send call to ACD Group queue:
go to ACD Flowchart 6-2.
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Programming
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Flowchart 6-2
ACD Group Queue/Overflow Operation
Call enters ACD group queue because: agents are logged in, but are busy on other calls; or are in “After Call
Work” mode when the call is directed to the ACD group. Call is sent to ACD group directly by Program 14-0, *09,
or 71; or, the call is transferred to the group from a station or Auto Attendant (see ACD Flowchart 6-1).
Yes
Call routed from another ACD
group because all agents in
that group are not available
(see ACD Flowchart 6-6).
Yes
Call enters ACD group queue because all
agents are busy on calls or in the After Call
Work mode. While a call is in queue, the
Strata DK continuously monitors points A, B,
and C below simultaneously.
Yes
Call routed from another ACD
group because the group is in
the after shift mode,
(see ACD Flowchart 6-5).
If the queue disconnect timer set in Program
11-9 expires before the call is answered by
an Agent that goes idle, or the call
overflows, the Strata DK will disconnects the
call.
1
Strata DK Continuously monitors points A, B, and C below.
A
B
C
Has the
overall queue
timer in Program 11-1
expired?
Has
the call
reached the overflow
point in Program
14-5?
Has
agent ACD
Call button in ACD
group become idle before
overflow occurs?
No
Go
back to
1 above.
Yes
Yes
No
Go
back to
1 above.
Go
back to
1 above.
Yes
Go to ACD Flowchart 6-4
“Queue Point” and
Flowcharts 6-8 ~ 6-11
“Queue Pattern Configurations.”
Go to ACD Flowchart 6-3
“Queue Overflow Time Out.”
No
Ring agent
ACD call button.
Continue
Overflow To Busy Destination Operation:
Overflow
Destination (Busy)
System [DN]3
Distributed Hunt Group
Normal Ring Stations
Auto Attendant
Attendant Console
Another ACD Group
*14-2 [DN]
Ground/loop
Start Line
No Overflow1
No Overflow4
Overflow2
Overflow
Overflow
No Overflow
N/A
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
Lines
No Overflow
No Overflow4
See *14-2 Port
See *14-2 Port
Overflow
No Overflow
No Overflow
No
GO to ACD Flowchart 6-7
"Ring No Answer."
Notes
1. “No overflow” means the call will not exit queue to ring the busy overflow
destination. The call exits queue and rings the busy overflow destination as
soon as the destination goes idle.
2. “Overflow” means the call will exit an ACD queue and busy override or mute
ring the busy destination.
3. System [DNs] include: Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs], and Program *04
[PhDNs].
4. The call will not overflow into a DH queue when all DH Group members are
busy or in DND.
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Does
the agent answer
before the Ring No Answer
timer in Program 11-3
expires?
Yes
Talk on ACD call.
0846
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-3
Automatic Call Distribution
ACD Time Out Overflow
Call enters ACD queue: calls waiting in an ACD group’s queue can be sent to
an overflow destination if they have been in queue longer than the time
duration set in Program 11-1 (Queue Over ow Timer).
Notes
System [DNs] include:
Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs]
Program *04 [PhDNs]
DH = Distributed Hunt Group
Has the queue
overflow timer in Program
11-1 expired?
Call remains in queue: the Strata DK
continuously monitors for an idle agent,
queue overflow timer – time out, or
overflow point per Program 14-5 (See
ACD Flowchart 6-2).
No
Yes
CO lines will atttempt to exit the ACD group’s queue and will route to the group’s “Queue Time-out Overflow Destination”
set in Program 14-4.
In some cases, if that destination is busy, the call remains in queue as shown below:
Only one destnation can be assigned in Program 14-4 per ACD group.
Or
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is normal CO line
ringing assignment. Program
14-4 (321, 441)
Yes
Is destination
busy?
No
Yes
Ring system, DH, [DN],
or console port
assigned in Program
14-4.
Is
the line
ground/loop start
or Tie/DID/
DNIS/ANI?
Is an agent ACD
Call button idle in the
overflow group?
Ground/
Loop
Ground/loop start:
ring system [DN] Per
Programs 81, 84, 87
and *81, *84, *87
(no delayed ring).
Is the line
ground/loop or
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI?
No
Is the
destination in
Program 14-5 an idle
DH, ACD group, or
system [DN]
port?
Ring an idle agent in the
overflow group or idle system
[DN] or DH assigned in
Program 14-5.
Yes
No
Tie/DID/
DNIS/ANI
Busy
Is
the
system [DN] port
assigned in
Program *14-2
idle?
Idle
Yes
Ring idle agent ACD Call
button: if agent answers, talk
on ACD call. if no answer,
ring another idle agent ACD
Call button or go to RNA
destination (ACD Flowcharts
6-8~6-11).
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
RING system [DN]
per Program *14-2.
The call will remain in queue
until an agent or an overflow
destination assigned in
Program 14-4 or 14-5
becomes idle.
Yes
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is another ACD
group. Program 14-4:
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D
(301~316), RCTUE/F (401~416)
Yes
No
6-44
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is Strata DK
built-in Auto Attendant.
Program 14-4 (320, 440)
Yes
Is destination
busy? (See Note.)
Note If the
station port is
Yes
an RATU
Attendant Console
port, the call overflows
to the console: idle or
busy.
Or
Ground/Loop
Ground/loop start: busy
override ring system [DNs] per
Programs 81, 84, 87 and *81,
*84, *87 (no delayed ring).
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
The call remains in
original queue until an
agent ACD C all
button or an overflow
destination assigned in
Programs 14-4 or 14-5
becomes idle.
Call connects to the DK
Auto Attendant calls
routed per AA assignment
programs.
Ring the idle system [DN]
assigned in Program *14-2.
0876
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is a system
[DN], DH, or attendant port
number. Program 14-4 (see
record sheet )
Or
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Flowchart 6-4
ACD Overflow Point
Call enters ACD queue: calls waiting in an ACD group’s queue can
be sent to an overflow destination if they have received a specified
number of announcement messages and music sequences (overflow
point) determined by Program 14-5 (see ACD Flowchart 6-8~6-11).
Notes
System [DNs] include:
Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs]
Program *04 [PhDNs]
DH = Distributed Hunt Group
Has the call
received the number of
announcements and
music
No
Call remains in queue. The Strata DK
continuously monitors for an idle agent,
queue overflow timer – timeout per
Programs 11-1, and 14-4, or overflow
point Per program 14-5 (see ACD
Flowchart 6-2).
Yes
CO lines will attempt to exit the ACD group’s queue and route to the group’s “Overflow Point Destination” set in Program 14-5 (see ACD
Flowchart 6-8~6-11). If that destination is busy, the call remains in queue as shown below.
Only one destination can be assigned in Program 14-5 per ACD group.
Note The destination assigned in Program 14-5 will also be the RNA destination of the ACD group (see ACD Flowchart 6-7).
Or
Or
OP Destination is normal
CO line ringing
assignments.
Program 14-5 (321, 441)
OP Destination is a system
[DN], DH or attendant
console port number.
Program 14-5 (see record
sheet)
Yes
Or
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is DK
built-in AA.
Program 14-5 (320, 440)
Yes
Is
destination
busy?
Is destination
busy? (See Note.)
No
Note If the
station port is
Yes
an RATU
Attendant Console
port, the call overflows
to the console: idle or
busy.
Yes
Ring system DH,
[DN], or console
port assigned in
Program 14-5.
Yes
Is
the line
ground/loop start or
tie/DID/
NO
DNIS/ANI?
Ground/
Loop
Ground/loop start: ring
system [DN] per
programs 81, 84, 87,
and *81, *84, *87 (no
delayed ring).
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
RING System [DN]
per Program *14-2.
The call will remain in
queue until an agent or an
overflow destination
assigned in Program 14-4
or 14-5 becomes idle.
Is
the line
ground/loop or
tie/DID/DNIS/ANI?
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
Busy
Queue Timeout Overflow
Destination is another ACD
group. Program 14-5:
RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D
(301~316), RCTUE/F (401~416)
Is the
system [DN], DH
assigned in
Program *14-2
busy or idle?
Idle
Yes
Is an
agent ACD Call
button idle in the
group?
NO
Yes
Ring idle agent ACD Call
button: if agent answers, talk
on ACD call. If no answer,
ring another idle agent ACD
Call button or go to RNA
destination
(ACD Flowchart 6-3).
Ground/loop
Ground/loop start: busy
override ring system [DN]*
per Programs 81, 84, 87, and
*81, *84,*87 (no delayed
ring).
The call remains in queue
until an agent ACD Call
button or an overflow
destination assigned in
Program 14-4 or 14-5
becomes idle.
Tie/DID/DNIS/ANI
Ring the idle system [DN], DH
or assigned in Program *14-2.
Call connects to the DK
AA, call routed per AA
assignment programs.
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-5
Automatic Call Distribution
After Shift Operation
End of ACD Shift Conditions
Or
All agents
logged out.
Or
Or
Supervisor presses End of ACD
Shift button.
All agents Unavailable and
Program 10-4 LED 4 OFF.
Notes
System [DNs] include:
Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs]
Program *04 [PhDNs]
DH = Distributed Hunt Group
CO lines that normally route to the ACD group will only route to the group's After
Shift Destination set in Program 14-6.
Only one destination per ACD group can be assigned in Program 14-6.
Or
After Shift Destination is a
system [DN] or DH or
attendant console port
number.
Program 14-6 (see record
sheet)
Or
After Shift Destination is
Normal CO line ringing
assignments.
Program 14-6 (321, 441)
Yes
After Shift Destination is
another ACD group.
Program 14-6: RCTUBA/BB,
RCTUC/D (301~316),
RCTUE/F (401~416)
Yes
Is
destination busy?
Yes
Or
Yes
Is
destination busy?
No
Ring system [DN],
DH, or console port
assigned in
Program 14-5.
Yes
After Shift Destination is
DK built-in Auto Attendant.
Program 14-6 (320, 440)
No
Yes
Is an agent
ACD Call button idle
in the group?
Ground/loop start:
ring system [DN] per
Programs 81~89 and
*81, *84, *87.
Yes
Ground/loop start: connect to
DK built-in Auto Attendant and
route call per AA programming
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
Ring or Camp-on to station as
programmed in Program *14-2.
No
Ring idle agent
TIE/DID ring system
[DN] per
Program *14-2.
Ground/loop start: Busy
Override ring the system
[DN] or attendant console
port assigned.
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
Camp-on Busy to the
system [DN], DH, or
console port assigned.
Ground/loop start: Busy
Override ringing all busy
system [DN] assigned in
Programs 81~89 and *81,
*84, *87
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
Camp-on Busy to system
[DN]* assigned in
Program *14-2 or console
port assigned.
Note Calls that are already in queue when the shift is
ended remain in queue until answered by an idle
agent, they overflow, the caller hangs up, or the
disconnect timer (Program 11-9) expires.
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Are all
agents Busy or in the
After Call Work
Mode?
If agent answers,
talk on ACD call if
no answer, ring
another idle agent
ACD Call button or
go to RNA
destination (see
ACD Flowchart 6-7)
No
The group’s shift is ended or all
agents are not available:
Route call to the group's “EOS” or
“All agents unavailable”
destination.
Yes
Call enters the back of the
group's queue and follows
the queue pattern and
overflow assignments for
the group.
0878
Important! If this destination is the
same ACD Group from
which the call originated
(including back to
itself), the call will be
routed as follows:
ground/loop lines to
Programs 81~89 and
*81, *84, *87 [DNs] and
DID/tie/DNIS/ ANI
lines to Program *14-2
System [DNs]* assigned
to this Group.
Strata DK
Programming
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Flowchart 6-6
All Agents Unavailable Operation
All agents in ACD group are unavailable when a call is transferred to the group from a station or Auto Attendant, or
routed to the group directly by Programs 14-0 or *09.
Notes
System [DNs] include:
Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs]
Program *04 [PhDNs]
DH = Distributed Hunt Group
Is LED 04
in Program 10-4
turned off or on?
Call routes to the ACD
group’s After Shift
Destination set in Program
14-6 (see ACD Flowchart
6-5).
LED 04 OFF
LED 04 ON
CO lines that normally route to the ACD group will route to the overflow point
destination set in Program 14-5 (see ACD Flowchart 6-4).
Only one destination per ACD group can be assigned in Program 14-5.
Or
All Agents Unavailable:
Destination is a system
[DN], DH, or attendant
console port number.
Program 14-5 (000~255)
Or
All Agents Unavailable:
Destination is normal CO
line ringing assignments.
Program 14-5 (321, 441)
Yes
All Agents Unavailable:
Destination is another ACD
group.
Program 14-5: RCTUBA/BB,
RCTUC/D (301~316),
RCTUE/F (401~416).
Yes
Is
destination
busy?
Yes
Or
Ring system
[DN], DH or
console port
assigned in
Program 14-5.
Loop/ground start: busy
override ring system [DN]*
per programs 81, 84, 87,
and *81, *84, *87.
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
camp-on busy to system
[DN]*, DH, or attendant
console port assigned.
Yes
No
Loop/ground start: busy
override ringing the busy
system [DN] assigned in
programs 81 ~ 89, and
*81, *84, *87.
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
camp-on busy to system
[DN] assigned in Program
*14-2.
June 1998
Yes
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
ring or camp-on to station
programmed in Program
*14-2.
No
Ring idle agent.
Are
all agents
busy or in after call work
mode?
Yes
Call will enter the
back of the
group’s queue
and follow the
queue pattern and
overflow
assignments for
the group.
0879
Programming
Ground/loop start:
connect to Strata DK AA
and route call per AA
programming.
Is an
agent ACD Call
button idle in the
group?
Ground/loop start:
ring system [DN] per
Programs 81~89, and
*81, *84, *87
tie/DID/DNIS/ANI ring
station port per
Program *14-2.
Note Calls that are already in queue when all agents go Unavailable are
treated as any other call in queue. A call remains in queue until it
is answered by an idle agent, it overflows, the caller hangs-up, or
the Strata DK disconnect timer set in Program 11-9 expires and
releases the call.
Strata DK
Yes
Yes
Is
destination
busy?
No
All Agents Unavailable:
Destination is Strata DK
built-in AA.
Program 14-5 (320, 440)
No
If agent answers,
talk on ACD call. If
No Answer, ring
another idle agent
ACD Ca ll button
or go to RNA
destination (see
ACD Flowchart
6-3).
The group’s shift is ended or all agents
are not available:
Route call to group’s “EOS” or “All Agents
Unavailable” destination.
Important! If this destination is the same
ACD Group from which the
call originated from (including
back to itself), the call will be
routed as follows: ground/loop
lines to Program 81 ~ 89 and
*81, *84, *87 [DNs] and
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines to
Program *14-2 system [DN]*
assigned to this group.
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-7
Automatic Call Distribution
Agent Telephone Ring No Answer Operation
An ACD call routes to an idle agent telephone, but it is not answered when it rings.
Notes
●
●
●
If two consecutive ACD calls sent to
an idle agent telephone are not
answered, the telephone will be placed
in the Unavailable mode automatically.
If the agent presses a [DN] or another
CO Line button, while the ACD line
is ringing, the ACD call will mute ring
the Agent telephone.
If the call entered the ACD queue prior
to Ring No Answer operation, delay
ringing assignments will not ring; only
immediate ring assignments (Programs
81, 84, 87 and *81, *84, *87) will ring.
Ring agent telephone for the
time duration of the “Ring
Agent Timer” Set in Program
11-2 (see Notes).
Is
another agent
idle?
Yes
Does agent
answer ACD Call
button before ring agent
timer expires?
No
Yes
Talk on ACD call.
No
CO lines that normally route to the ACD group will route to the group’s overflow point destination set in
Program 14-5 (see ACD Flowchart 6-8~6-11). Only one destination per ACD group can be assigned in
Program 14-5.
The destination assigned in Program 14-5 will also be the overflow point destination.
Or
Ring no answer destination
is a system [DN] or DH
attendant console or DH port
number. Program 14-5
Or
Ring No Answer
destination is normal CO
line ringing assignments.
Program 14-5 (321, 441)
Yes
Is
destination
busy?
Yes
Or
Ring No Answer destination
is another ACD group.
Program 14-5: RCTUBA/BB,
RCTUC/D (301~316),
RCTUE/F (401~416)
Yes
No
Loop/ground start: ring or
busy override ring the
system [DN] in normal
ringing assignments per
Programs 81~89, and *81,
*84, *87 (see Notes).
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI LINE:
ring or camp-on to system
[DN] assigned in Program
*14-2 of original ACD
group.
Yes
No
Yes
Ground/loop start:
connect to Strata DK AA
and route call per AA
programming.
Is an
agent ACD Call
button idle in the
group?
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line:
ring or camp-on to station
programmed in
Program *14-2.
Yes
Ring idle agent
ACD Call button.
Ring system [DN], DH, or
console port assigned in
Program 14-5.
Loop/ground start: busy override ring
system [DN] per Programs 81, 84, 87,
and *81, *84, *87 (see Notes).
DID/tie/DNIS/ANI line: camp-on busy to
system [DN], DH, or console port
assigned.
Ring No Answer
destination is Strata DK
built-in AA.
Program 14-5 (320, 440)
If an agent answers, talk on ACD call. If no
answer, ring another idle agent or go to RNA
destination of this group.
Notes
System [DNs] include:
Program 04 [PDNs]/[SDNs]
Program *04 [PhDNs]
DH = Distributed Hunt Group
If the RNA destination of this group is the
ACD group from which the call originated, the
call will be sent to the line's normal ring
pattern in Programs 81~89, and *81, *84, *87
[DN]; or, if tie/DID/DNIS/ANI line, to the
system [DN] assigned in Program *14-2.
0880
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
Flowchart 6-8
ACD Queue Pattern Configuration – One Announcement Only
♦ Overflow after announcement/music
...or
♦ Repeat announcement/music
...or
♦ One announcement then continous music
Start: call enters queue from ACD Flowchart 6-1.
Note The call will attempt to exit queue
when:
Caller is connected to 1st announcement port.
this port is assigned in Program 14-3.
♦ an Agent telephone goes idle.
♦ the queue timer in Program
11-1 expires.
♦ the call reaches the overflow
point.
After the 1st announcement ends and hangs
up, the caller is connected to the music
source assigned in Program 14-34; the caller
will hear music from this source for the time
duration set in Program 11-51.
♦ the disconnect timer in
Program 11-9 expires.
♦ the caller hangs up.
Caller continues to hear
music source.
Has the
Program 11-51 music timer
expired?
No
Yes
In Program 14-5, set the overflow
point data to “1” and set the desired
overflow destination.
Yes, overflow
point 1.
The call will attempt to overflow per
ACD Flowchart 6-4 at this point.
Should the call
overflow after the Program
11-51 music timer
No
To continue to send music to the
caller until the call exits queue: in
Program 14-32, program a vacant
station port as Announcement 2. A
circuit card does not have to be
installed for the vacant port.
The caller will continue to hear
uninterrupted music until the call
exits queue. The call will exit queue
when:
♦ an agent goes idle.
♦ the call overflows when the
overflow timer in Program 11-1
expires.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in Program
11-9 expires.
In Program 14-35, set the repeat
announcement data to “1”.
The caller will be reconnected to the 1st
announcement. When the announcement
ends, the caller will be reconnected to the
music source for the time duration set in
Program 11-51. This sequence will
continue to repeat until the call exits
queue. the call will exit queue when:
♦ an agent goes idle.
♦ the call overflows when the overflow
timer in Program 11-1 expires.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in Program 11-9
expires.
In Program 14-5, set overflow
point data to “0”.
Continue
No, send
continuous
music.
Should the
caller receive the 1st
announcement again when
the music time in
Program 11-51
expires?
Yes, continue to repeat
announcement/music.
0881
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Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-9
Automatic Call Distribution
ACD Queue Pattern Configuration – Two Announcements
♦ Overflow after second announcement/music
...or
♦ Repeat announcement/music
Start: call enters queue from ACD Flowchart 6-1.
Notes The call will attempt to exit
queue when:
♦ an Agent telephone goes
idle.
♦ the queue timer in Program
11-1 expires.
♦ the call reaches the overflow
point.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in
Program 11-9 expires.
Caller is connected to first announcement port.
This port is assigned in Program 14-3.
After the first announcement ends and hangs up,
the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear
music from this source for the time duration set in
Program 11-51.
In Program 14-32, set the
announcement port data to
blanks using K01 on the
programming telephone.
Has the Program
11-51 music timer expired?
No
Caller continues to hear
music source.
Yes
Caller is connected to second announcement port.
This port is assigned in program 14-33 (not
Program 14-32).
After the second announcement ends and hangs
up, the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear
music from this source for the time duration set in
Program 11-53 (not Program 11-52).
Caller continues to hear
music source.
Has the
Program 11-53
music timer expired?
No
Yes
In Program 14-5, set the overflow
point data to “3” and set the desired
overflow destination.
Yes,
Overflow
Point 2
Should
the call
overflow after the
Program 11-53 music
timer expires?
The call will attempt to overflow per
ACD Flowchart 6-4 at this point.
No
In Program 14-5, set overflow point data to “0”.
Continue
Should the call
continue to receive the
first and second announcement
or only the second when the music
timer in Program 11-53
expires?
0847
6-50
In Program 14-35,
set the repeat
announcement data
to “3”.
In Program 14-35,
set the repeat
announcement data
to “1”.
Repeat second
announcement
and music only.
Repeat first and second announcment and music until:
♦ an agent goes idle.
♦ the call overflows when the overflow timer in Program
11-1 expires.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in program 11-9 expires.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Automatic Call Distribution
ACD Queue Pattern Configuration – Two Announcements (continued)
♦ Two announcements, then continued music
Start: call enters queue from ACD Flowchart 6-1.
Notes
The call will attempt to exit queue
when:
♦ an agent telephone goes idle.
Caller is connected to first announcement port.
This Port Is Assigned In Program 14-3.
♦ the queue timer in Program 11-1
expires.
♦ the call reaches the overflow
point.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in Program
11-9 expires.
Caller continues to hear
music source.
After the first announcement ends and hangs up,
the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear
music from this source for the time duration set in
Program 11-51.
No
Has the
Program 11-51
music timer expired?
Yes
Caller is connected to second announcement port.
this port is assigned in Program 14-32 (not
Program 14-33).
After the second announcement ends and hangs
up, the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear
music from this source for the time duration set in
Program 11-52 (not Program 11-53).
Continue
Caller continues to hear
music source.
No
Has the
Program 11-52
music timer
expired?
Yes
To continue to send music to the caller until the call exits queue:
1. In Program 14-33, program a vacant station port as Announcement 3. A circuit
card does not have to be installed for vacant port.
2. In Program 14-5, set overflow point data to “0”.
The caller will continue to hear uninterrupted music until the call exits queue. The
call will exit queue when:
♦ an agent goes idle.
♦ the call overflows when the overflow timer in Program 11-1 expires.
♦ the caller hangs up.
♦ the disconnect timer in Program 11-9 expires.
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Programming
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6-51
Program 39 Flexible Button Assignments for ACD Telephones
Flowchart 6-10
Automatic Call Distribution
ACD Queue Pattern Configuration – Three Announcements
Start: call enters queue from ACD Flowchart 6-1.
Caller is connected to 1st announcement port. This
port is assigned in Program 14-31.
After the 1st announcement ends and hangs up, the caller is connected to the music
source assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear music from this source for the time
duration set in Program 11-51.
Caller continues to hear
music source.
In Program 14-35, set the repeat
announcement data to “1”.
Notes The call will attempt to exit queue
when:
Has the
Program 11-51 music timer
expired?
No
•
an agent telephone goes idle.
•
the queue timer in Program 11-1
expires.
•
the call reaches the overflow
point.
•
the disconnect timer in Program
11-9 expires.
•
the caller hangs up.
Yes
Caller is connected to 2nd announcement port.
This port is assigned in Program 14-32.
In Program 14-35, set the
repeat announcement data to
“2”.
After the 2nd announcement ends and hangs up the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear music from this source for the time duration set
in Program 11-52.
Caller continues to
hear music source.
Has the
Program 11-52 music timer
expired?
No
Yes
Caller is connected to 3rd announcement port. This port
is assigned in Program 14-33.
After the 3rd announcement ends and hangs up the caller is connected to the music source
assigned in Program 14-34; the caller will hear music from this source for the duration set in
Program 11-53.
In Program 14-35, set the
repeat announcement
data to “3”.
3rd only
Caller continues to hear
music source.
Has the
Program 11-53 music timer
expired?
No
Yes
In Program 14-5, set the overflow point
data to “3” and set the desired overflow
destination.
The call will attempt to overflow per ACD
Flowchart 6-4 at this point in queue.
Yes
Overflow
point 3
0882
6-52
Should
the call
overflow after the
Program 11-53 music
timer expires?
No
Should the
caller continue to
receive the 1st, 2nd and 3rd
announcements, or 2nd and 3rd
announcements, or only the 3rd
announcement when the music
timer in Program 11-53
expires?
2nd and 3rd
1st, 2nd, and 3rd
In Program 14-5, set
overflow point data to “0”.
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Programming
June 1998
7
ISDN
This chapter provides you with an overview of Integrated Systems Digital Networking (ISDN)
and provides step-by-step instructions to fill in the ISDN record sheets. Included is an
overview of system and trunk programming for ISDN.
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Programming
June 1998
7-1
System Programs Overview
ISDN
System Programs Overview
System programming for ISDN has some commonalities with T1 programming. ISDN
programming follows two different paths, depending on whether Basic Rate Interface (BRI) or
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) is being installed. Refer to Flowchart 7-1 and the following steps
for an overview of each program’s purpose.
Program 03
Assign BRI or
PRI card slots.
T1
PRI
BRI
Program *60
Assign BRI circuits
for CO line (TE)
or Station (NT)
operation.
System power must cycle OFF and ON to effect changes.
*41 T1 Assignments
Program *43
Assign the PRI
D-channel and
network interface.
Program *44
Initialize BRI
Service Profile I D
(SPID) number.
2934
*42 Clock Source
*42 Clock Source
Program *63
Set ISDN dialing
timers.
Flowchart 7-1
ISDN System Programs
➤ To record and enter the data for ISDN system programs
1. Run Program 03-Assign the RPTU (PRI) PCB slot position as type 79. (See “Program 03
for DK424 Flexible PCB Cabinet Slot Assignments” on Page 3-6.) Assign the RBSU
without the RBSS piggy-back board as type 77 and the RBSU with the RBSS piggy-back
as type 78.
2. For BRI, run Program *60 to assign each circuit for CO line (TE) or Station (NT)
operation.
3. Turn system power supply OFF (five seconds) and ON to activate Program 03 and *60
program data.
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ISDN Related Programs
ISDN
Note
These are the only programs relating to RPTU operation that require system power to
be cycled OFF and ON.
4. For PRI, run Program *43 to assign which channel on the PRI link is used for the
D-channel. The second assignment specifies the card slot of additional PRI links that are
dependent on the master D-channel PRI. The third assignment sets the ID code for the PRI
link. For BRI, skip to Step 5.
5. For BRI, run Program *44 to initialize the Service Profile Identifier (SPID) interface. The
TE initializes the SPID and sends it to the network. Once the SPID is confirmed from the
CO, it does not have to be sent to the switch again.
6. For BRI and PRI, run Program *42 to assign the PRI or BRI, or T1, circuits to be used for
Primary and Secondary Clock Source. To enter the program, enter the card slot number
followed by the circuit number. When using the RPTU PRI or RDTU T1 interface then the
circuit number is always 1.
7. For BRI and PRI, run Program *63 to assign the timer for sending dialed digits. Also use
this program to enable sub-address dialing. (*63-1 is not zero).
8. See the following section, “ISDN Related Programs”, and make the appropriate
programming assignments.
ISDN Related Programs
♦
Program 10-1–System Assignments: LED 16 determines the initialization process for
BRI lines connected to the ISDN network (see Page 3-6).
♦
Program 10-4–ACD/ISDN Parameters: LEDs 11 and 12 set the T-Wait ISDN PRI and
BRI timers, respectively. T-wait timers are used for reducting overloading ISDN terminals
during concurrent initialization, such as following a wide-area power failure. LED 13
specifies whether or not 3.1 kHz audio calls can be received as speech calls. LED 14
enables the ISDN “Start” code to be sent when the Speed Dial button is pressed (see Page
6-7).
♦
Program 39–Telephone Feature Buttons and Program 59–Attendant Console
Feature Buttons: A new button is provided called the 6WDUW button in both Program 39
(see Page 3-113) and 59 (see Page 3-137) to defeat the timeout when dialing is complete.
Also a 6XE button is provided for entering sub-address information.
♦
Programs 55-1 and 55-2–Least Cost Routing Modified Digits: Enables a sub-address
separator (see Page 5-21).
♦
Program 30 – Station Class of Service: LED 12 defines whether the button is used for
dialing a sub-address or as a dialing separator. When LED 12 is ON, only the standard
stations are affected. The DKT and EKT ports are ignored (see Page 3-73).
If the first dialed digit is , the will be treated as a feature access code. If is entered at
any point after that (in other words, as long as it is not the first digit dialed), then the
system will treat the following numbers as a subaddress. A second should then be
entered to indicate the end of the subaddress.
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Programming
June 1998
7-3
ISDN Related Programs
ISDN
Program *16
Define ISDN Trunk Group
Type (non-ISDN,PRI, BRI).
Standard Trunks
Program 16
Assign Trunk Groups.
BRI
PRI
Program 16
Assign Trunk Groups.
Program *65
Define the number
of B-channels per
channel group.
Programs *66-1~3
Assign channel and
trunk group parameters.
Programs *66-2, -4
Assign call-by-call
service parameters
Program *67
Assign call direction for
each ISDN trunk group.
Programs *66-5~7
Assign LDNs to channel groups
and indexes. Assign LDN channel
groups to ISDN trunk ports.
Programs *68-1~2
Define and enable Called
Number ID Service (CNIS)
Program *69
Assign CNIS indexes and
DID or LDN.
Program *64
Assign ISDN trunk groups
to use DID, DNIS or DIL for
incoming calls.
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Program 17
LEDs DID/DNIS
Programs 81~89,
*81~*87 Direct
Ringing Lines
Flowchart 7-2
7-4
Programs*09, *17,
*71~*73
DID Ringing
Programs 71 and 72
DNIS Ringing
ISDN Trunk Programs
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Programming
June 1998
Trunk Programs Overview
ISDN
Trunk Programs Overview
See Flowchart 7-2 for an overview of the ISDN trunk programming procedure.
♦
If you are installing all standard trunk groups, skip Program *16 (the default is for all
standard TGs).
♦
If you are installing BRI ISDN, use Program *16 to assign BRI type and Program 16 to
assign BRI CO lines into trunk groups.
♦
If you are installing PRI, use Program *16 to assign PRI types. Do not use Program 16. Do
not change settings in Program 16 for trunk groups marked for PRI.
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) Programming
1. Run Program *16 to define the ISDN trunk group type as: non-ISDN, Primary Rate
Interface (PRI), or Basic Rate Interface (BRI).
2. For BRI trunk groups, run Program 16 to assign the trunk groups. Then, skip to Step 7.
3. For PRI, run Program *65 to assign B-channels.
4. For PRI, run Programs *66-1, *66-3 to define trunk groups parameters and channels.
(Program 16 will be assigned automatically.)
5. To assign Call-by-call features (PRI only), run Programs *66-2, *66-4 to assign Call-bycall trunk groups codes and network ID.
6. For PRI, run Program *67 to assign call direction for ISDN trunk groups and call type
capabilities allowed for each trunk group.
7. For BRI and PRI, run Program *68 to define the parameters for Calling Number to be
presented for a call depending upon whether the ISDN trunk group uses DID, private
numbers or use default number programmed in *68-2.
8. For BRI and PRI, run Program *66-5 to assign Listed Directory Numbers (LDNs) to
channel groups and index numbers. Then run Program *66-6 to assign LDN channel
groups to ISDN trunk ports. Then run Program *66-7 to assign trunk groups to each LDN.
9. Run Program *68-2 to define whether or not the system presents a “user” Caller ID when
calls are made using ISDN services. This program also enables users to dial a code to send
Caller ID or to block it.
10. For BRI and PRI, run Program *69 to define the parameters for Calling Number to be
presented. Each phone can present a unique Caller ID number, such as DID or a private
number. If neither is chosen, the default is the Directory Number entered in Program *682 for outgoing calls.
11. Run Program *64 to assign each ISDN trunk group to use DID/DNIS programming, or to
provide Direct in Line (DIL) ringing for incoming calls.
12. See “ISDN Related Programs” on Page 7-3, and make the appropriate programming
assignments.
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7-5
Program 16 Assign CO Line Groups
ISDN
Program 16
Assign CO Line Groups
This program assigns CO line groups (or Dial 9 groups). Refer to this program only for BRI
lines. Do not make changes to trunk groups assigned in Program *16 as PRI type. These will
be assigned automatically when PRI programming is entered. The system record sheet is on
Page 3-47 of this manual.
Program *16
ISDN Trunk Group Type Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI, BRI
Initialized Default: Type 1 (non-ISDN)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = Trunk Group Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
Trunk Groups
7
8
9 10
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
TYPE = 1~3 (see below)
1 - non-ISDN Trunk Group (default)
2 - PRI Trunk Group
3 - BRI Trunk Group
11
12
13
14
15
16
Value
Trunk Group Type
1
Non-ISDN
2
Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
3
Basic Rate Interface (BRI)
Program *16 Overview
This program must be entered prior to Program 16. Each trunk group in the system must be
defined whether it is used for non-ISDN trunks, PRI trunks, or BRI trunks. Do not make
changes in Program 16 for PRI trunk groups. This may cause unexpected operations.
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Program *42 Clock Source
ISDN
Program *42
Clock Source
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher). For Release 3.1 and earlier programming, see below.
Program Type:
System, T1, PRI, BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SEL = 1 or 2
1 - Primary Source
2 - Secondary Source
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Circuit Number
PRIMARY = or SECONDARY =
Slot Number (Release 4.0 entry. Not used
for release 3.1 or earlier versions.)
Clock Source
Slot Number
Circuit No.
Primary
Secondary
Program *42 Series Overview
This program assigns the T1, PRI or BRI interface RPTU PCB as a Primary or Secondary
timing source. The DK424 is synchronized to the Public Network. If the Primary
synchronization is lost, it switches to the secondary timing source.
When a T1 or PRI slot number is assigned, the DK424 only accepts a “1” for the circuit
number. The circuit number is only used for BRI interfaces to specify which circuit is to be
used for the Clock Source. If the PCB in this slot is not a T1 or ISDN PCB, the system will not
accept data and any entries will be cleared.
BRI interfaces should be used as a clock source only when a T1 or PRI interface is not
equipped
Set T1 parameters and assignments with the Program *41 (Part 1) and *42 (Part 2) series. See
the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual for additional T1 information. RDTU/
RPTU support is as follows:
Processor
Number of RDTU/
RPTU’s Supported
Number of RBUU/
RBUS’s Supported
RCTUA
0
4
RCTUBA/BB
2
8
RCTUC/D
6
14
RCTUE/F
8
20
For proper T1 or ISDN operation, the equipment at each end of a digital T1 span line must be
synchronized. The DK424 is synchronized (as slave) to the equipment on the other end of the
digital line by the RDTU/RPTU, RBUU/RBUS PCB designated as the Primary Reference in
Program *42-1.
If a malfunction occurs and Primary Synchronization is lost, the DK424 automatically
switches modes and synchronizes to the equipment connected to the secondary PCB
designated as the Secondary Reference. If the equipment on the other end of the DK424 digital
lines should synchronize to the DK424 clock source, then enter blanks in Program *42-1 and
2. In this case, the DK424 clock runs free and is considered the Master Synchronization
source.
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7-7
Program *42 Clock Source
ISDN
Program *42-1
Primary Timing Reference Assignments (Release 3.1 and earlier)
Initialized Default: Primary = 1, Secondary = 2
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = 1 or 2
1 - Primary Source
2 - Secondary Source
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
RDTU PCB Number (1~8)
Enter the RDTU PCB number that is connected to the
primary reference T1 (span line) clock source.
Press LED Button 01 (blank) if the DK424 T1 is the
master (free run) clock source.
Select
RDTU PCB
Number
Primary
Secondary
Program *42-1 Overview (Release 3.1 and earlier)
Assign the Primary Timing Reference with this program.
Note
RDTU No.1 is the RDTU PCB installed in the lowest slot number of all RDTU PCBs,
RDTU No. 2 is the RDTU PCB installed in the next highest slot number of all RDTUs
and so on.
Primary/Back-Up Assignments Example
DK424
Program Data
RDTU in
4 2 - 1 1 > Slot 13
Program Data
RDTU in
4 2 - 2 2 > Slot 25
Span Line
(Primary clock source)
T1 – Primary PCB
T1 – Secondary PCB
Span Line
(Secondary clock source)
Central Office
RBOC CO lines
AT&T or MCI
Long Distance Lines
1863
Note
A second RBOC T1 span line can also be used as the secondary clock source.
DK424 Master (free run) Assignment Example
DK424
Slot 13
Span Line
(DK424 clock source)
T1 – PCB
Other DK424
or PBX, etc
Program Data = blank button (Button 01)
for
4 2 - 1 and
42-2
1864
Program *42-2 Overview (Release 3.1 and earlier)
Assign the Secondary (Backup) Timing Reference with this program.
Note
7-8
To assign RDTUs as the Master Clock Reference (free run), leave Programs *42-1 and
*42-2 blank. Press button/LED 01 to enter blanks.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *43-1~3 D-Channel Control and NFAS Assignments
ISDN
Program *43-1~3
D-Channel Control and NFAS Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank (see Important! below)
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 1
Enter PRI Index Number (1~8)
PRI Index
*43-1
D-Channel
Circuit No.
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DCH = D-channel circuit number (01~24)
LED Button 01 deletes a digit
*43-2
Master
PRI Index
*43-3
Network PRI
Interface ID Code
Program *43-1~3 Overview
Programs *43-1~3 are related in that there is a correspondence between Program *43-1 and
*43-2. Program *43-1 determines which channel acts as the master. Program *43-2 points
back to the master channel by using the corresponding index number.
Program *43-1 Overview
This program (*43-1) assigns which channel on the PRI link is used for D-channel (the data
master control channel). The default setting is channel 24.
Important! For most carriers, channel 24 is assigned to the D-channel (default). NFAS
D-channel assignments are negotiated with the carrier.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-9
Program *43-2 Non-Facility Associated Signaling (NFAS) Assignment
ISDN
Program *43-2
Non-Facility Associated Signaling (NFAS) Assignment
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 2
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
PRI = Master PRI Index
Number with D-channel (1~8)
Enter the dependent PRI Index
Number without D-channel (1~8)
Program *43-2 Overview
This program specifies the card slot of additional PRI links that are dependent upon the Dchannel of the master D-channel PRI. This setting is for Non-Facility Associated Signaling
(NFAS).
Use the Record Sheet for *43-1.
Program *43-3
Network PRI Interface Assignment
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 3
Enter the PRI Index Number (1~8)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
ID = Network PRI Interface Code,
supplied by public provider (0~19)
Program *43-3 Overview
Program *43-3 assigns each PRI interface and ID code for communicating with the ISDN
provider to identify the B-channels to be used with NFAS.
Use the Record Sheet for *43-1.
7-10
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *44 BRI Service Profile Identifier (SPID) Parameters
ISDN
Program *44
BRI Service Profile Identifier (SPID) Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = BRI Trunk Number
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter SPID Value (20 digits max.).
Use Button LED 01 to enter a blank.
DATA = SPID Type (0~2)
0 - Non-initializing trunk (NIT)
1 - one SPID for the interface
2 - one SPID for each B-channel
BRI Trunk
Number
SPID
Type
SPID Value
Program *44 Overview
BRI interfaces generally require entering an Service Profile Identifier (SPID) intialization
value to activate the interface. This program assigns the initialization interface.
When ISDN service is ordered, a SPID is issued from the carrier. A SPID usually includes a
10-digit directory number along with additional digits, which notify the switch as to the type
of devices connected to the line and what services/features the switch is to provide.
There are three possible initialization processes, including a non-initializing terminal, one
SPID, or two SPID interfaces. These numbers are entered into the system to allow the
interface to automatically initialize the link. The type of initialization needed depends on the
type of PSTN equipment.
The basic procedure includes configuring a SPID, then the TE performs the initialization /
identification process and sends the SPID to the network. Once the SPID is confirmed from
the CO, the SPID does not have to be sent to the switch again.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-11
Program *60 BRI Line/Station Operation Assignment
ISDN
Program *60
BRI Line/Station Operation Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, BRI
Initialized Default: All LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SEL = Slot No.
Note
LEDs
2
3
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LEDs 1~4 = Circuits 1~4 (see legend below)
LED
RBSU Circuit
LED ON
1
1
CO Line (TE)
LED OFF
2
2
CO Line (TE)
3
3
—
4
4
—
Station Operation
(NT) (default)
Power must be cycled OFF, then ON before changes take effect.
Slot 1
1
Slot 2
4
1
2
3
Slot 3
4
1
2
3
Slot 4
4
1
2
3
Slot 5
4
1
2
3
Slot 6
4
1
2
3
Slot 7
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Program *60 Overview
This program assigns each circuit for CO Line (TE) or ISDN Station (NT) operation. Circuits
1 or 2 can be used for either CO line or ISDN station operation, while circuits 3 and 4 can only
be used for ISDN station operation.
7-12
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *61 Analog Trunk Services for ISDN
ISDN
Program *61
Analog Trunk Services for ISDN
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: see below
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SEL = Type of Service (1~3)
6SNU +ROG
Enter the trunk number(s) being defined.
To add a range, enter XXX XXX (low
trunk number high trunk number).
Data
Pad Level (db)
Data
Pad Level (db)
0
0
4
-12
1
-3
5
-15
2
-6
6
-18
3
-9
7
+3
Bearer Service
*61-1
6SNU +ROG
DATA = For *61-2 and *61-3, enter Pad
Level (default is 2). See legend below.
*
Trunk
Number
Enter the Bearer Service:
0 = 3.1 kHz Audio
1 = Speech (default)
1 - Bearer Service
2 - Outgoing Call Pad Level
3 - Incoming Call Pad Level
*
Outgoing Pad
Level *61-2
Incoming Pad
Level *61-3
Program *61 Overview
When analog CO lines use ISDN facilities, each analog CO Line needs to be assigned the type
of service expected to be used when originating calls. The choices are Speech or 3.1 kHz (used
for modem and fax connections). Set the transmission level for outgoing and incoming paths
for calls. The default is set for -6 dB.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-13
Program *62 Non-ISDN Station Bearer Service
ISDN
Program *62
Non-ISDN Station Bearer Service
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: see below
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SEL = 1~3
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Bearer Service (0 or 1)
1 - Bearer Service
2 - Outgoing Call
3 - Incoming Call
0 - 3.1 kHz Audio (faxes)
1 - Speech
For options 2 and 3, enter the
Pad Level. See legend below.
Station Logical Port Number
Enter the port number(s) being defined. To add a
port range, enter XXX XXX (low port high port).
*
*62-1
Bearer
Service
*
Data
Pad Level (db)
Data
Pad Level (db)
0
0
4
-12
1
-3
5
-15
2
-6
6
-18
3
-9
7
+3
*62-2
Outgoing
Pad Level
*62-3
Incoming
Pad Level
Station Ports
Program *62 Overview
When Strata DK stations, except ISDN stations, use ISDN facilities, each station needs to be
assigned the type of service expected to be used. The choices are Speech or 3.1 kHz (used for
modem and fax connections). Set the transmission level for outgoing paths for calls. Default
value is -6 db.
Phones marked as “Speech” bearer service can receive calls marked “Speech” or “3.1 KHz
audio.” Phones marked as “3.1 KHz Audio” can only receive calls marked with same bearer
service.
7-14
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *63 ISDN Dialing Parameters
ISDN
Program *63
ISDN Dialing Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: 4 seconds
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = 1 or 2
(see table below)
Select
1
2
Timeout Parameter
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Seconds
(see table below)
Value
Comments
Sub-address dialing
Value 00 to 10 seconds (default 04)
Outdialing
Value 02 to 10 second (default 04)
Program *63 Overview
This program sets the timer for sending dialed digits if the user does not press the 6WDUW
button or if the dialed number does not meet the established dialing plan number of digits.
When the sub-address dialing timer is set to 00, subaddress dialing is not supported.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-15
Program *64-1 Direct Inward Dialing Parameters
ISDN
Program *64-1
Direct Inward Dialing Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: LED 01 ON for DID or DNIS programming
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = 1
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LED 01: ON = Use DID/DNIS tables in
Programs *09 or 71
Enter the trunk group(s)
OFF = Use direct ringing tables in
Programs 81~89, *81, *84, *87
To add a range of trunk
groups, enter XX*XX (low
trunk group * high trunk group)
LED
LED ON
01
Use DID/DNIS for incoming calls.
Trunk
Groups
+ROG
LED OFF
Ports
Direct ring the called station.
LEDs
01
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *64-1 Overview
Program *64-1 assigns each ISDN trunk group to use DID/DNIS programming or provide
Direct in Line (DIL) ringing for incoming calls.
7-16
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *64-2 Number of DID/DNIS Digits for Trunk Groups
ISDN
Program *64-2
Number of DID/DNIS Digits for Trunk Groups
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = 2
Enter Trunk Group Number
Trunk
Groups
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Enter the number of digits to
use for incoming call DID digits (2~5)
Number of DID Incoming Call
Digits per Trunk Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *64-2 Overview
This program establishes the number of digits to be used for DID or DNIS table interpretation
for each ISDN trunk group.
The DK424 uses the last two to four digits of the incoming listed directory number (LDN) to
determine the DID call destination. If Program 17 was assigned for DNIS, the DK424 uses the
last two to five digits of an incoming LDN to determine the DNIS call destination.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-17
Program *65 ISDN Channel Group Assignment
ISDN
Program *65
ISDN Channel Group Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
System, PRI
Initialized Default: All LEDS OFF (see Important! below)
Program *65 must be assigned before entering Program*66.
Note
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
SEL = Channel Group (1~8)
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
GRP = Light LEDs to select PRI
B-channels for the channel group.
Press 6FUROO to advance or 3DJH to go back.
Channel
Group
ISDN
B-channel Lines
RCTUA
RCTUBA/BB
RCTUC/D
RCTUE/F
PRI (T)
23
47
141
188
CO Line Ports (B-Channels)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Program *65 Overview
This program assigns an ISDN group number and its PRI B-channel members. All B-channels
assigned to an ISDN channel group must use the same D-channel. The B-channels on the same
DS-1 interface can belong to different channel groups.
All ISDN connections require the active B-channels to be assigned to a channel group. The Bchannels appear as CO ports assigned in sequence when the PRI card type is entered.
Note
Do not include the channels used as D-channels.
Important! B-channels 1~23 are active (by default from the public carrier) in a standard PRI
interface.
7-18
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Programming
June 1998
Program *66-1 Channel Group Number Parameters
ISDN
Program *66-1
Channel Group Number Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
Note
Program *65 must be assigned before entering Program *66. If Program *65 changes,
then this program will be affected. Program *66 defaults back to the settings in
Program *65.
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
SEL = 1
Enter the ISDN Trunk Group Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CHGP = Channel Group Number (1~8)
Trunk Groups
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *66-1 Overview
This program assigns PRI ISDN trunk groups to a channel group.
ISDN Trunk Groups are assigned based upon all available trunk groups in Program *16,
identified as PRI trunk groups.
This program must be entered after Program *65 or anytime a change is made to *65.
The channels assigned in *65 will be transferred into the last trunk group entered in *66-1 for
that channel group.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-19
Programs *66-2 and *66-4 Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID
ISDN
Programs *66-2 and *66-4
Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG 6SNU +ROG 6SNU +ROG 6SNU +ROG
SEL = 2
SV = Service Parameters
Enter ISDN Trunk Group
FA = Enter the Facility Code
Trunk
Group
Facility
Code
Service
Parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Carrier Code
(Prog. *66-4)
Trunk
Group
Facility
Code
Service
Parameters
Carrier Code
(Prog. *66-4)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *66-2 Overview
The facility code and service parameters will be supplied by the ISDN carrier at the time the
ISDN lines are ordered. Standard telephone services (POTS) will not have a Facility Code, nor
a Service Parameter.
The Call-by-call feature enables individual PRI B-channels to be shared among various types
of services specified by the customer, rather than having to dedicate each channel to a
particular type of service. The Call-by-Call feature can reduce the number of circuits required
to access various services, especially if various services have different peak busy periods.
In a future release, the minimum and maximum number of B-channels allocatable to any type
of service can be assigned. Each of these values can be set for three time periods during the
day. With these values, calls can be rejected if they exceed the maximum number subscribed
for that service or they can ensure that a minimum number of channels remain available for
incoming calls. Thus, the system can be used to provide an optimum service to meet the
objectives of the business.
Call-by-Call services can be specified to map Strata DK capabilities to network services such
as DID, tie, FX, WATS, 800, etc. These services could be provided via the local telephone
carrier or be connected to any ISDN inter-exchange carrier.
A table listing all valid DNs is provided for identifying the outgoing calls or alternatively a
specific number or DID number. These may be used for identifying the call on a per station
basis to allow calls to be billed to a selected service or station. All numbers used for
identifying the call must be subscribed from the providing service or the call will be rejected
by the provider.
7-20
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Programs *66-2 and *66-4 Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID
ISDN
Program *66-4 Call-by-Call Network ID
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 4
Enter ISDN Trunk Group Number
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
ID = Network ID Code
(3 or 4 digits)
Program *66-4 Overview
Some Call-by-Call services are provided by inter-exchange carriers. These services need a
network ID code for call setup. When a Network ID Code is entered, the service parameters in
*66-2 must be blank.
If both the Service Parameter and the Network ID are programmed, Service Parameter has
priority and Network ID will be ignored.
Record Sheet
Use the record sheet for Program *66-2.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-21
Program *66-3 Channel Group/Trunk Parameters
ISDN
Program *66-3
Channel Group/Trunk Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SEL = 3
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Light LEDS to assign
features. See tables below.
Enter the ISDN Trunk Group Number
(01~16)
LEDs 03~06 specify the trunk types shown in the following table.
LEDs
POTS
03
FX
Tie
(senderized)
Tie
(cutthrough)
ON
ON
ON
ON
04
OutWATS
(IntraLATA)
OutWATS
(InterLATA)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
05
ON
06
LEDs
Setting
01
ON: Operator Calls Allowed/
OFF: Not allowed
02
ON: Carrier Access allowed
OFF: Not allowed
03
04
05
06
07~10
11
12
InWATS
1
2
3
4
5
6
Trunk Groups
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Trunk Group Type (see above table).
Trunk Group Type (see above table).
Trunk Group Type (see above table).
Trunk Group Type (see above table).
Not Used
ON: Called Party Number Type Unknown
OFF: Standard Called Party Number Type
ON: DK sends Ringback Tone to Network
OFF: No RBT to Network.
(Default is OFF.)
Program *66-3 Overview
This program assigns special call treatment and defines the ISDN service. Call treatment
includes whether or not operator calls are allowed, if carrier access is allowed, etc. The ISDN
service is similar to trunk type, such as POTS, FX, tie, outWATS and inWATS.
Program *66-4 Call-by-Call Network ID
See “Programs *66-2 and *66-4 Call-by-Call Trunk Group Codes and Network ID” on Page
7-20. Use the record sheet for Program *66-2.
7-22
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Programming
June 1998
Program *66-5 Line Directory Number (LDN) Registration
ISDN
Program *66-5
Line Directory Number (LDN) Registration
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 5
Enter the Channel Group
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
LDN = Listed Directory Number
Use LED Button 01 to enter a blank.
0 = BRI
1~8 = PRI
Enter LDN Index (01~48)
Ch.
LDN
Group Index
LDN
Ch.
LDN
Group Index
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
LDN
Ch.
LDN
Group Index
LDN
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Program *66-5 Overview
This program is used to assign seven-digit listed directory numbers per channel group. The
index number assigned is correlated to a CO line port number in Program *66-6 for direct
inward ringing assignments and to trunk groups in Program *66-7.
ISDN calls are originated and terminated using a listed directory number and call type (bearer
service). The Strata DK must know the listed directory numbers subscribed from the PSTN to
determine how to handle the call.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-23
Program *66-6 LDN/Trunk Group to Channel Group Assignments
ISDN
Program *66-6
LDN/Trunk Group to Channel Group Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 6
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
GRP = Select ISDN trunk ports for each LDN index.
Enter the Channel Group Number:
0 = BRI; 1~8 = PRI
Press 3DJH or 6FUROO for the next CO line ports.
Enter the LDN Index
Channel
Index
Group
CO Line Ports
Channel
Index
Group
CO Line Ports
Channel
Index
Group
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CO Line Ports
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Program *66-6 Overview
This program assigns Listed Directory Numbers (LDNs) trunk groups to the member’s
channel group.
Note
The number of direct appearing CO lines cannot exceed the number of CO ports
allocated in Program 03. One PRI card, Type 79, assigns 24 B-channels; thus allowing
24 direct appearances.
For Programs *66-5 and *66-6:
7-24
♦
Multiple calls can be received with the same LDN. Calls will be assigned the next
available non-busy port to handle the call as follows:
♦
For PRI: Choose the highest available port to the lowest.
♦
For BRI: Choose the lowest available the highest.
♦
Multiple LDNs can be assigned to the same CO appearances.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *66-7 LDN/Trunk Group Assignments
ISDN
Program *66-7
LDN/Trunk Group Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SEL = 7
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DIR = Trunk Group (1~16).
0 = blank. The lowest POTS trunk
group is used.
Enter the Channel Group Number (1~8)
Enter the LDN Index (1~48). See Program *66-5
Channel LDN
Group Index
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Trunk Groups
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *66-7 Overview
This program assigns Listed Directory Numbers (LDNs) to each ISDN trunk group.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-25
Program *67-1 Trunk Group Call Direction
ISDN
Program *67-1
Trunk Group Call Direction
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Both Way
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 1
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
Trunk Groups
7
8
9 10
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DIR = Call Direction
1 = Incoming
2 = Outgoing
3 = Both Way
11
12
13
14
15
16
Call Direction
1
Incoming
2
Outgoing
3
Both Way
Program *67-1 Overview
This program assigns the call direction for each ISDN trunk group.
7-26
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *67-2 Call Types for ISDN Trunk Group Supported
ISDN
Program *67-2
Call Types for ISDN Trunk Group Supported
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SEL = 2
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Turn on LEDs 01~04 to select the
call type. See table below.
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
Enter the Time Zone (1~3)
For Rel. 4.0, enter 1
Trunk
Time Zone
Groups
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Speech
LED 01
3.1 kHz Audio 64 kbps. Data 56 kbps. Data
LED 02
LED 03
LED 04
Program *67-2 Overview
This program defines the call type or “Bearer Services” allowed for each ISDN trunk group.
These settings will be set for three different time zones in an upcoming release. All of the call
types that will be used should be turned on. Normally, Speech and 3.1 kHz Audio (non-ISDN
voice calls and fax calls), should be turned on.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
7-27
Program *67-3 Call Types for ISDN Trunk Groups
ISDN
Program *67-3
Call Types for ISDN Trunk Groups
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.1)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 3
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
MIN = Minimum number of
B-channels reserved.
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
Enter the Time Zone (1~3)
For Rel. 4.0, enter 1
Trunk
Groups
Time Zone 1
B-channels reserved
Min.
Max.
Time Zone 2
B-channels reserved
Min.
Max.
Time Zone 3
B-channels reserved
Min.
Max.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *67-3 Overview
This program defines the minimum number of B-channels reserved for this service. Each of
the three time zones may have a different value.
➤ Enter the minimum and maximum number of B-channels reserved for each Time Zone.
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Programming
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Program *67-4 ISDN Trunk Groups Maximum Channel Reservation
ISDN
Program *67-4
ISDN Trunk Groups Maximum Channel Reservation
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.1)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 4
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
MAX = Maximum number of
B-channels reserved.
Enter the Time Zone (1~3)
Program *67-4 Overview
This program specifies the maximum number of B-channels that can be used to carry calls
with this service. Each of the three time zones may have a different value.
Use the record sheet with Program *67-3.
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Program *68-1 Calling Number ID Presentation Parameters
ISDN
Program *68-1
Calling Number ID Presentation Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: all LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
SEL = 1
Caller ID Setting
1
Outgoing Caller ID
(ON = Allowed / OFF = Not Allowed)
2
Outgoing Caller ID Status Change:
ON = Allowed / OFF = Not Allowed
3
Incoming Caller ID Source:
ON = Network Provided OFF = Caller Provided
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Press LED Buttons 01~03 for the
desired Calling Number ID parameters.
See table below.
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
Trunk Groups
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Program *68-1 Overview
This program assigns the Number Privacy feature, which allows the caller to prevent the public
network from delivering the Calling Number to the called party on a per-call basis. The Public
Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) may still provide a network-based Caller ID, even when
the outgoing Caller ID is OFF Only a subscription parameter can change that.
LED 01: Outgoing Caller ID
Service subscribers can request from the public network that the number be presented or not as
a default.
LED 02: Outgoing Caller ID Status Change
If a public telco service allows changes to be made, then a user can enter change a code to the
setting for that call after selecting a trunk group.
LED 03: Incoming Caller ID Source
When LED 03 is ON, the calling number with the call setup message is provided by the
network; OFF indicates that this information is sent from the caller. The Strata DK handles the
number the same way that ANI information from T1 trunks is handled. For instance, the
number can display on the called telephone’s LCD, or it can be used by TAPI interfaces, or it
can be recorded in SMDR data records.
The PSTN may send one or two Caller ID messages for incoming calls. One message is the
Caller ID supplied by the network, which is generally the billing number, while the second is
the user generated number. The Strata DK will use the user-supplied number, if required.
Note
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Individual callers can choose to block this information, regardless of this setting.
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Programming
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Program *68-2 Outbound CNIS Parameters
ISDN
Program *68-2
Outbound CNIS Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 2
Enter the Trunk Group (01~16)
Trunk Groups
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CPN = Enter the Calling Party
Number (CPN) 10 or 11 digits.
Calling Party Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Program *68-2 Overview
This program defines the default Calling Party Number (CPN) for the ISDN trunk group used
for placing a call. The PSTN uses this Calling Party Number for the user provider Caller ID
and optionally may use it for billing the call.
The number sent is based on the call originator. The originator can be a tandem call, a station
(with or without DID), or a station with a designated number:
Strata DK
♦
For a tandem call, the CPN digits received are the digits that will be sent.
♦
For a direct station call, the default number assigned to the selected service and which is
programmed into the Strata DK as the CPN will be the number sent.
♦
For a fixed number, the system sends the number assigned in the system (in this program)
or it can use the DID programming to determine the number to be sent. Program *69
(DATA=Type 1 or 2) defines whether fixed numbers from this program are sent or if DID
digits from Program *09 are sent.
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Program *69-1 CNIS Presentation Parameters
ISDN
Program *69-1
CNIS Presentation Parameters
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: none
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
INDX = Index Number (00~32)
Index 00 uses default value assigned in*68-2.
All others use values assigned in *69-2
SEL = 1
Enter Station Port(s)
To add a range, enter
XXX*XXX (low port * high port)
+ROG
CG = Channel Group (1~8)
Station Ports
Channel
Group
Index
Program *69-1 Overview
This program defaults all ports to the 00 index, which means that outgoing calls will present
the Directory Number entered in Program *68-2 as the Calling Number for outbound calls.
Each station on the Strata DK can send a unique number based on the station making the call
assigning an index other than 00, and entering the number as Type 2 to be used in Program
*69-2 or send a Type 1 DID number by entering a prefix code to create a complete number.
Note
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If the PSTN is to use this number for billing the call, the number sent must match
those provided by the PSTN.
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Programming
June 1998
Program *69-2 Special Number Assignment
ISDN
Program *69-2
Special Number Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0 or higher)
Program Type:
Trunk, PRI and BRI
Initialized Default: none
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SEL = 2
Enter Index Number (1~32)
or enter 00 for the ISDN
service default number
Index
Type
Calling Party Number
Index
Type
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Enter Calling Party Numbers (11 digits)
DATA = Type (1, 2)
1 = Prefix plus *09 DID digits
2 = Fixed Number
Calling Party Number
Index
Type
Calling Party Number
Program *69-2 Overview
This program defines the parameters for the Calling Party Number (CPN) to be presented for a
call depending upon whether the ISDN trunk group uses DID, private numbers or a default
number from Program *68-2. Calling Number Presentation for outbound calls is used by the
public network to send the telephone number to the called location.
For each phone in the system, assign an index value to define the Calling Number to be sent to
the public network. Each index value can be defined to provide a specific 10 digit telephone
number (DATA=Type 2) or a DID prefix value with the final digits to be programmed in *09
(DATA=Type 1) to complete the 10 digit telephone number.
The number of indexes is 32 maximum and an index value of zero (0) will cause the ISDN
systems to send the default number.
Program *69 provides a method to present the call back number that can be used to reach that
station. This number can either be a DID number or a designated number that is programmed
to ring that particular station. Through subscription options from the public service provider,
this Calling Party Number can be used for billing calls.
This capability may be required for office suites and certain contracted obligations needing
independent accounting for the telephone service. This subscription can require number
screening. When screened, calls not presenting a valid billing number will be rejected by the
service local provider. If optional, calls will always be placed and a number sent that does not
match will be billed to the main number for that site.
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Programming
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Program *69-2 Special Number Assignment
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ISDN
Strata DK
Programming
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8
E911
This chapter contains programming record sheets, along with specific instructions for
programming E911 CAMA trunks.
Enhanced 911 CAMA trunks apply only to the DK424, Release 4.0. The RMCU/RCMS PCBs
provide up to four CAMA trunk circuits. The RMCU/RCMS eliminates the need for adjunct
terminal adapter equipment for connecting to E911 CAMA trunks. For more information on
hardware, refer to the Strata DK Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Operation Overview
The DK424 E911 feature provides flexible dialing of 911 emergency calls. This allows users
who are not familiar with DK424 dialing sequences to make an emergency call regardless of
how they dial 911 from Toshiba telephones. In all of the sequences below, the DK will seize an
idle CAMA trunk and send 911 plus the dialing station’s Caller Emergency Service
Identification (CESID) over the CAMA trunk via MF tones.
Note
Strata DK
Once a 911 call is started, most other buttons/keys on a telephone are disabled to
prevent accidentally dropping the 911 call attempt. This includes the +ROG button, so
that the 911 call cannot be put on hold.
♦
Press DN button and dial 911. When the user dials 911, the PDN releases from the
internal connection and seizes the CAMA trunk.
♦
Off Hook and dial 911 (station has off hook selection of PDN in Program 32). When
the user dials 911, the PDN releases from the internal connection and seizes the CAMA
trunk.
♦
Off Hook and dial 911 (station has off hook selection of a CO line or line group in
Program 32 and has a CO /LQH or 3RROHG/LQH buttons). When the user goes offhook, the station will seize the normal CO line on the appropriate CO /LQH/3RROHG/LQH
button. When the user dials 911, the normal CO line is dropped and an idle PDN or
CAMA CO button connects to the CAMA trunk. If an idle PDN or CAMA CO button is
not available, the 911 call will be sent out the originally selected line without the station’s
CESID information.
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Operation Overview
♦
Press DN button and dial 9+911 (no LCR, 9 is line group access code, station does not
have CO /LQH, 3RROHG/LQH or &$0$ CO buttons). When the user dials 9, the station
will seize a “dial 9” CO line on its PDN button. When the user dials 911, the 911 call will
be sent one of two ways:
♦
♦
8-2
E911
If the station does not have another idle PDN or &$0$ CO button, the 911 call will
be sent out the normal CO line in the dial 9 line group without the station’s CESID.
If the telephone has another PDN or &$0$ CO button, and it is idle, the first PDN
will drop and the second PDN or CAMA CO button will be connected to the CAMA
trunk. 911 plus the station’s CESID will be sent out the CAMA trunk.
♦
Press DN button and dial 9+911 (with LCR). When the user dials 9, the station will
seize LCR on its PDN, when the user dials 911, the PDN will drop LCR and the same
PDN will connect to the CAMA trunk. 911 plus the station’s CESID will be sent out the
CAMA trunk.
♦
Press INT button and dial 911 (attendant console). When the user dials 911, the INT
button releases from the internal connection and seizes the CAMA trunk. 911 plus the
Attendant Console CESID is sent out the CAMA trunk.
♦
Press CO /LQH, 3RROHG/LQH or &$0$ CO button and dial 911 (attendant console).
When the user dials 911 from an outgoing line button, the outgoing line button drops and
the CAMA trunk is seized on the INT button. 911 plus the Attendant Console CESID is
sent out the CAMA trunk.
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SMDR
E911
SMDR
Two packets are sent out the SMDR port on each E911 call. The first packet will be sent
immediately at the start of the call and the second will be sent at the end of the call when the
CAMA trunk releases. See Figures 8-1 and 8-2 for E911 SMDR packet samples.
11111111112222222222333333333344444444445555555555666666666677777777778
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
S004 3710 3710 08:14
5833710
911 MARY M
NO.200
LCD User Name
(65~80)
Time of Day at start of call (19~21)
Originating DN (12~15)
PDN of originating station (7~10)
Originating number always 911 (61~63)
Station ID
(10D maximum characters 43~52)
Originating trunk number (2~4)
“S” for start of call
“E” for end of call (1)
2997
Notes
This record is similar to a normal OG record except that:
●
The first character “S” indicates “Start of Call.”
●
Time of Day shows start time.
●
There is no call duration.
●
Station ID is substituted for the first ten characters of the outgoing dialed number field.
●
The account code field is used for Name/Location data from the Table XXX.
Figure 8-1
SMDR Start of Call
11111111112222222222333333333344444444445555555555666666666677777777778
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
E004 3710 3710 08:14 00:05;32
5833710
911 MARY M
NO.200
LCD User Name
(65~80)
Call duration (23~30)
Time of day at end of call (19~21)
Originating DN (12~15)
PDN of originating station (7~10)
Originating number always 911 (61~63)
Station ID
(10D maximum characters 43~52)
Originating trunk number (2~4)
“S” for start of call
“E” for end of call (1)
2998
Notes
This record is similar to a Start record except that:
●
The first character “E” indicates “End of Call.”
●
Call duration is provided.
●
Time of day shows disconnect time.
Figure 8-2
Strata DK
SMDR End of Call
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Programming Overview
E911
Programming Overview
The basic programming for the E911 CAMA trunks feature is accomplished using Programs
*11, *12, and *13. Program *10 is not used for RMCU/RCMS CAMA trunks, it is only used
when E911 is provided using an adjunct E911 device.
Program 39 tips:
8-4
♦
When a user presses a normal CO line button and dials 911, the telephone drops the
normal line button and connects a CAMA trunk to an idle [PDN[ or &$0$ CO button on
the telephone. Then, the DK sends 911 + plus the telephone’s CESID on the CAMA trunk.
If there is no idle [PDN[, 911 is sent on the originally selected CO line without CESID.
♦
To ensure that here is an idle PDN when a telephone is assigned to auto-off-hook, select a
CO line or CO line group in Program 32. The telephone should have a button appearance
of this CO (or pooled) line. Or, if the telephone does not have these line buttons it should
have another [PDN] button appearance to connect to the CAMA trunk in case 911 is
dialed.
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Programming
June 1998
Program *11-0 E911/CAMA Trunk Assignments
E911
Program *11-0
E911/CAMA Trunk Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: all LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 0
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Light the LED Buttons that are
marked with an X in the table below.
ON=Enabled. OFF=Disabled.
LED/
Button
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
X
LED ON
LED OFF
E911 enabled
CAMA trunk 4 not used
CAMA trunk 3 not used
CAMA trunk 2 not used
CAMA trunk 1 not used
E911 disabled
CAMA trunk 4 used
CAMA trunk 3 used
CAMA trunk 2 used
CAMA trunk 1 used
No internal notification
CAMA trunk Control Disconnect
Seven CESID Digits
Internal notification provided
Normal disconnect
Ten CESID Digits
Program *11-0 Overview
This program enables E911 calls to be analyzed by the system for appropriate handling. The
following assignments in Program *11-0 must be enabled to allow Enhanced 911 (E911)
CAMA trunks to operate:
LED 11: CAMA Operation Enabled/Disabled
Led 11 must be turned ON to enable the E911 feature to operate.
LED 10~07: CAMA Trunk Circuits Enabled/Disabled
Up to four CAMA (RMCU/RCMS) trunks can be installed on Release 4.0 DK424 systems.
Turn LEDs 07-10 ON to enable the appropriate CAMA trunks (1-4). RMCU/RCMS CAMA
trunk circuit are numbered 1~4 from the bottom-up (see the front of the installed RMCU/
RCMS). If only one RCMS is to be installed, place it on the bottom position of the RCMU.
The Universal Slot PCB and Universal PCB Wiring chapters of the DK14/40/424 Installation
and Maintenance Manual provides details regarding RMCU/RCMS PCB installation and
circuit numbering.
LED 03: Internal Notification of E911 Calls Enabled/Disabled
To allow Attendant consoles and station DNs to be called along with the E911 CAMA trunk
when a 911 call is made, LED 03 must be turned OFF. With this feature enabled, E911 calls
will ring the CAMA trunk plus the Incoming Emergency (,1(UPJ) button on all Attendant
consoles and the [DN] button ([PDN] or [PhDN]) designated in Program *11-8. The
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Program *11-0 E911/CAMA Trunk Assignments
E911
designated DN must be programmed to ring telephones in *71, *72, and *73, as required for
each telephone on which the designated [DN]appears.
When this feature is used, the station or Attendant console that answers the E911 notification
call will be connected in a three party conference with the E911 calling telephone and the
E911 CAMA trunk (E911 dispatch person who answers the 911 call). The CESID information
and user name of the 911 calling station displays on all Attendant Console monitors and E911
notification telephone LCDs when the E911 notification call rings.
LED 02: CAMA Trunk Disconnect Operation Options
After an E911 call is established, disconnecting the calling or notified telephone (or notified
telephone/console) from the CAMA trunk can be controlled exclusively by the E911 trunk
(dispatch person receiving the 911 call).
The disconnect operation for each option is:
♦
♦
LED 02 OFF: Allows either the E911 call originating telephone or 911 dispatcher to
disconnect the CAMA trunk. In the following example, conversation exists between
originating telephone, notified telephone/console and the E911 CAMA trunk dispatch
person.
E911 originator hangs up and
disconnects.
The E911 notified station and the E911 CAMA trunk
remain connected. The notified station can disconnect
from the CAMA trunk.
E911 notified station hangs
up and disconnects.
The E911 originating station and the E911 CAMA trunk
remain connected. Originating station can disconnect
from the CAMA trunk.
E911 dispatcher hangs up
and disconnects.
All parties are disconnected, CAMA trunk goes idle.
LED 02 ON: Enables E911 call disconnect to be exclusively controlled by the dispatch
person receiving the call on the E911 CAMA trunk. In the following table, conversation
exists between originating telephone, notified telephone/console and the E911 CAMA
trunk dispatch person.
E911 originator hangs up and
disconnects.
The E911 notified station cannot disconnect from the
E911 CAMA trunk.
E911 notified station hangs
up and disconnects.
The E911 originating station cannot disconnect from
the E911 CAMA trunk.
E911 dispatcher hangs up
and disconnects.
All parties are disconnected, CAM trunk goes idle.
LED 01: Number of CESID location digits sent with E911 Calls
After 911 is sent out the CAMA trunk, Automatic Number Identification (CESID) location
digits are sent out the CAMA trunk to identify the location of the station. The maximum
number of CESID digits sent with each E911 call can be either 7-digits (LED 01 ON) or 10digits LED 01 OFF). CESID location digits are individually set in Program *12 for each
station. Contact your local E911 CAMA trunk provider to determine the number of CESID
digits required.
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Programming
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Program *11-1 CAMA Trunk Group Line Assignments
E911
Program *11-1
CAMA Trunk Group Line Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: all LEDs OFF
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU CAMA Trunk Group (01~08)
Processor
CO Line Range
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
Line circuit number of CAMA trunk: Turn ON
LED of line that corresponds to the CAMA trunk
position in the system.
Processor
CO Line Range
DK14
001~004
RCTUBA/BB
001~048
DK40
001~012
RCTUC/D
001~144
RCTUA
001~016
RCTUE/F
001~200
CAMA
Trunk
Group
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
CO Line Numbers of CAMA Trunks
Program *11-1 Overview
This program assigns lines to CAMA trunk groups. Each RCMU/RMCS line used must be
assigned to one of the eight CAMA trunk groups using Program *11-1. The RCMU/RMCS
system line number (not the CAMA trunk number, 1~4) is entered into the appropriate CAMA
trunk group in this program. If CAMA trunks are not assigned in this program, the E911
CAMA feature will not operate.
When the RCMU/RMCS PCBs are installed, they assume the next four consecutive system
CO line numbers. For example if a normal ground start line PCB, RGLU, is installed in slot
12, its system line numbers are 01~04. And, if the RCMU/RMCS is installed in slot 13, its line
numbers are 05~08.
This program also allows any type (ground, loop, Tie, DID) line to be assigned in CAMA
Trunk Groups. This is to allow 911 calls to be routed out normal CO lines in case the CAMA
trunk(s) can not be accessed (busy or out of service). If the 911 call hunts from the CAMA
trunk(s) in a CAMA Trunk Group to a normal CO line in a CAMA Trunk Group, the 911digits
(dial pulses or DTMF tones) will be sent out the normal line without the station CESID
information digits. The normal lines assigned in CAMA trunk groups can be assigned in
Program 16 line groups as well.
It is recommended to always assign normal lines in CAMA Trunk groups to back CAMA
trunks.
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Program *11-2 CAMA Trunk Group Hunting Assignments
E911
Program *11-2
CAMA Trunk Group Hunting Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU Hunt from CAMA Trunk Group (01~08)
Hunt from CAMA
Trunk Group
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = Hunt to CAMA Trunk Group (01~08)
Hunt to CAMA Trunk
Group
Program *11-2 Overview
This program enables E911 calls to hunt for an idle line in a CAMA trunk group in the order
assigned in this program.
If all lines in a CAMA trunk group are in use, a new 911 call that attempts to connect to a busy
trunk group can hunt to another trunk group. If that group is busy, the call will hunt to another
CAMA trunk group until an idle group is found. E911 calls will hunt for an idle line in a
CAMA trunk group in the order assigned in this program. Within each CAMA trunk group,
E911 calls will hunt the lines in that group from the lowest numbered line to the highest
numbered line. This hunting operation is true if the lines in a CAMA trunk Group are CAMA
trunks or normal CO lines.
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Programming
June 1998
Program *11-5 CAMA Digits Sent on 911 Calls
E911
Program *11-5
CAMA Digits Sent on 911 Calls
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: 911
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 5
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
CAMA digits sent if user dials 911 (911, 11, 1)
Use LED button 01 to blank out 9 or 91
X (choose 1)
CAMA Digits Sent
911
11
1
Program *11-5 Overview
This program specifies which digits (“911” or “11” or “1”) will be sent to the to CAMA trunk,
when a user dials 911 or 9+911.
When a caller dials 911, the DK can send 911, 11, or 1 out the CAMA trunk before sending
the CESID location digits set in Program *12. Normally it is required to send 911, but this will
vary so you must check with the CAMA trunk provider to identify what to enter into this
program. Digits sent on the CAMA trunk are multi-frequency (MF) tones, so they cannot be
checked with a DTMF test set.
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Programming
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Program *11-6 E911 Interdigital Timer
E911
Program *11-6
E911 Interdigital Timer
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Data, 2 seconds
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 6
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
DATA = interdigital time delay before routing calls after
9XX (01~15 seconds).
If X=1, timer resets
If X=0, 2~9, digits are routed/sent normally
DATA (01~15 secs.)
Program *11-6 Overview
This program assigns the amount of time allotted for the E911 interdigital timer. When the
E911 feature is enabled, the DK applies the E911 interdigital timer any time a user dials “9” as
the first digit. This applies to any type of call originated from a [DN] when you dial 9XX or 9
+ 9XX. After 9 is dialed as the first digit, the DK will wait the number of seconds set in this
program before processing the dialed digit.
If “91” or “99” is dialed as the first and second digit, the system will wait the number of
seconds set in this program before processing the dialed digits. If 91X is dialed, the system
will route the call out the CAMA trunk if X=1 or it will process the call as a normal call if X=0
or 2-9.
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Programming
June 1998
Program *11-8 911 Special [DN] Notification Assignments
E911
Program *11-8
911 Special [DN] Notification Assignments
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Data, Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU SELECT = 8
1 = Day Mode
4 = Day2 Mode
7 = Night Mode
Processor
+ROG
6SNU +ROG
6SNU +ROG
[PDN] or [PhDN] port number that should ring to be
notified when 911 is dialed by a station (*71, *72 or
*73 required for ringing)
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
[PDN] Port Range
[PhDN] Port Range
DK14
000~009
500~509
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
500~579
DK40
000~027
500~527
RCTUC/D
000~239
500~739
RCTUA
000~031
500~531
RCTUE/F
000~335
500~835
Mode
Day
Day2
Night
Processor
[DN] Port Number
Program *11-8 Overview
This program designates which [PDN] or PhDN] should have ringing notification on 911 calls
(all installed consoles are always notified). A unique (or the same) [DN] can be designated as
the E911 notification DN in each system ring mode: Day, Day2, and Night.
The E911 Internal Notification option is enabled/disabled in Program *11-0, LED 03. When
this option is enabled, 911 calls will be sent on the CAMA trunk normally and will also ring
on attendant consoles’ Emergency ICI buttons and a designated telephone’s [DN] ([PDN] or
[PhDN]), if assigned in this program. Special CESID information regarding the E911 caller
will display on attendant consoles monitors and/or on notification telephone LCDs to help
identify the location of the telephone that dialed 911.
All telephones that must be notified when a 911 call is made must have an appearance of the
notification [DN] button (Program 39) and the Notification DN must be programmed to ring
(immediate or delayed) the notification telephones (Programs *71, *72 and/or *73).
If the notification [DN] has Call Forward set, the call will follow the call forward process as a
normal internal call.
When the notification [DN] is answered, a three-party conference is established between the
E911 originating station, the E911 dispatcher (on CAMA trunk), and the E911notification
station/console answering party. After the E911 notification call is answered, it stops ringing
on all stations/consoles where it was presented.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
8-11
Program *12 CESID Station Information
E911
Program *12
CESID Station Information
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Data Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
; ;
+ROG
Station Port Number (see legend)
Processor Type
Port
Port Range
6SNU +ROG
Processor Type
Port Range
008~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
008~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Port
Location CESID
Digits
6SNU +ROG
X = Location CESID digits to send on
CAMA trunk when station dials 911
(0~10 digits max.) See Program *11,
LED 01 for 7 or 10 digits.
DK14
Location CESID
Digits
Port
Location CESID
Digits
Port
Location CESID
Digits
Program *12 Overview
This program assigns the Caller Emergency Service Identification (CESID) information that
will be sent to the CAMA trunk using Multi-Frequency (MF) signals.
When a station dials 911, the E911 feature causes the DK to seize the CAMA trunk and send
911, 11 or 1 (per Program *11-5) plus the station’s unique CESID information entered in this
program. This CESID information is also sent to the displays of internal notification consoles
and stations. The CESID information can be 7 or 10-digits maximum (per Program *11-0,
LED 01). Note that the digits sent on the CAMA trunk are MF tones, so they cannot be
checked with a DTMF test set.
The digits entered in this program for each station is normally a unique telephone number for
each station or station location (i.e., office, room, building, etc.). The exact CESID digit format
8-12
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Program *12 CESID Station Information
E911
required will vary, so you must get the format from the CAMA trunk provider in order to set
the CESID information in this program.
Example formats in which the DK is expected to send digits out the CAMA trunk on E911
calls are as follows:
1. When the CAMA trunk is connected to the Public Switched Telephone Network:
CESID digits may be: 0-NYY-XXXX
Note
The hyphens are for clarity - do not try to program them in *12
0 = Information code expected from a PBX on E911 calls. This multi-frequency (MF) “0”
digit is sent automatically by the DK digits are entered for the calling port in Program *12.
NYY = Office Code
XXXX= Station Directory Number
2. When the CAMA trunk is connected directly to the Public Safety Answering Point
(PSAP) the CESID digits may be: NXX-NYY-XXXX
NXX = Area Code
...or the PSAP serving multiple area codes will substitute a single digit
representing an area code.
NYY = Office Code
XXXX = Station Directory Number
3. If no digits are entered for a port in Program *12, the DK sends an MF digit of “2.”
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
8-13
Program *13 Station To CAMA Trunk Group Assignment
E911
Program *13
Station To CAMA Trunk Group Assignment
Processor Type:
All RCTUs (Release 4.0)
Program Type:
System
Initialized Default: Data Blank
6SNU
+ROG
6SNU
+ROG
Station Port Number
(see legend)
Processor Type
Port
Number
Port Range
6SNU +ROG
Processor Type
Port Range
008~009
RCTUBA/BB
000~079
DK40
008~027
RCTUC/D
000~239
RCTUA
000~031
RCTUE/F
000~335
Port
Location
Information Digits
6SNU +ROG
E911 Station CAMA Trunk Number (01~08)
DK14
Station Group
Port
Location
Information Digits
Port
Location
Information Digits
Program *13 Overview
This program assign stations to different CAMA trunks groups (if more than one CAMA trunk
is installed). This can be used to divide services for multi-users (Tenants) or distribute traffic
during an emergency.
If only one CAMA trunk is installed all stations must be assigned to the CAMA trunk group in
which the CAMA trunk is assigned (in Program *11-1). If a station dials 911 and the trunk
group to which it is assigned is busy, the call will hunt to the next trunk group(s) per Program
*11-2.
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Programming
June 1998
Glossary
Term
Definition
AA
Auto Attendant (built-in or external). This feature acts as an automatic operator that
directs incoming callers to stations by offering a menu of dialing prompts.
ACD
Automatic Call Distribution. Allows incoming calls to be distributed to a group of
ACD agents. The ACD supervisor’s LCD telephone displays ACD Agent and Group
information which allows the supervisor to monitor calls and assist agents.
ACD/MIS
Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) with Management Information System (MIS).
ADM
Add-on Module—See DADM.
Amphenol
Connector
A 25-pair connector typically used on a multi-button telephone set for interfacing
cables to many electronic key and PBX systems.
ANI
Automatic Number Identification—Telephone number of the calling party is sent to
the Strata DK system over incoming DID or tie lines. This feature is provided by
some long distance telephone service companies.
B-channel
Used in ISDN. Data or voice information is transmitted on the B-channels of an
ISDN line at 64kpbs. The B-channel refers to the frequency range of transmissions
on a copper pair; it is a logical, rather than a physical channel. Also see BRI and
PRI.
B8ZS
Bipolar 8 Zero Substitution.
BGM
Background Music—Allows customer-supplied music to be sent to telephone
speakers and external speakers.
bps
Bits Per Second—Unit of measure that refers to the transmission speed (baud rate)
of electronic signals. It is used when describing data interface unit and modem
operation.
BRI
Basic Rate Interface—ISDN line with 2B + 1D channel. BRI lines can have a
U-interface with RJ-11 jacks and single twisted pair wiring, or RJ-45 four pair S/T
interface wiring.
CAMA
Centralized Automatic Message Accounting. A special trunk provided by the phone
company or the E911 Public Safety Answering Point Agency.
CESID
Caller’s Emergency Service Identification—Telephone number for specific station
or station location which is sent to the CAMA trunk.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
GL-1
Term
Definition
CCVY
Call Center Viewer “Y” Connector—Enables two-way transmissions between the
Strata DK and a host PC, or SMIS equipment, and one-way transmissions to other
PCs. There are four ports on the Call Center Viewer Connector for one Strata DK,
another master port, and two additional ports.
CLASS
Custom Local Area Signaling Services—Defines a number of features offered by
local telephone companies.
CLID or CND
Calling Line Identification or Calling Number Delivery—Telephone number or
name of the calling party sent to the Strata DK system over incoming ground or
loop start CO lines. This feature is one of the “CLASS” features offered by some
local telephone companies.
CO
Central Office—The facility which houses switching equipment that provides
telephone service (CO lines, E & M tie lines, DID lines, Centrex lines, etc.) for the
immediate geographical area.
CO Line
A term used to define the Strata DK system hardware circuits that connect to the
Central Office network line pair. Each CO line, DID and tie line circuit is assigned a
CO line number in system software.
CODECs
Coder/Decoder—Semiconductors that allow the system to process analog-to-digital
and digital-to-analog conversions.
DADM
Digital Add-on-Module—Optional device that connects to 2000-series digital
telephones to provide the telephones with 20 flexible feature buttons that can be
assigned individually for Direct Station Selection, System and Personal Speed Dial,
and CO line access.
D-channel
Used in ISDN. This channel transmits call control information (out-of-band
signaling) for B-channels. The D-channel is a logical, not a physical channel.
DDCB
Digital Door Phone/Lock Control Unit—A peripheral hardware unit compatible
with designated digital telephone circuits that supports optional door phones
(MDFBs) and provides door lock control.
DDSS
Digital Direct Station Selection Console—A device that helps facilitate the
processing of a heavy load of incoming calls. The DDSS connects only to
designated digital telephone circuits, and is associated with a digital telephone.
DIL
Direct In Line—Refers to two-way, standard CO trunk lines that are assigned to a
particular extension or hunt group.
DID Line
Direct Inward Dialing line.
DISA
Direct Inward System Access—A feature that allows an outside party to access the
Strata DK system internal stations or outgoing CO lines without having to go
through an operator or automated attendant. An optional security code may be set to
prevent unauthorized access to outgoing CO lines for through system calling.
DK
Digital Key.
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Programming
June 1998
Term
Definition
DKAdmin
Toshiba’s customer database programming and upload/download software package
for Strata DK systems.
DKBackup
Toshiba’s customer database upload/download software package for Strata DK
systems.
DKT
Digital Telephone.
DKT2000 series
Toshiba proprietary digital telephones consisting of four models: two 10-button
models with handsfree answerback and/or LCD display and two 20 button
telephones with speakerphone or a speakerphone with LCD display.
DKSU14A
Strata DK14 Key Service Unit (KSU) with power supply. Equipped with two loop
start CO line circuits and four digital telephone circuits built-in. Includes external
page interface, MOH/BGM interface, power failure transfer and miscellaneous
relay control.
DKSUB280 or
DKSUB424
Base Cabinet—Unit that houses the Common Control Unit (RCTU), as well as six
universal slots for station, line, and option PCBs. The Base Cabinet also contains a
power supply that provides power for all of the stations and peripherals connected
to the base cabinet PCBs.
DKSUE280 or
DKSUE424
Expansion Cabinet—Optional unit that has six universal slots for station, line, and
option PCBs. The expansion cabinet has a power supply that furnishes power for all
of the stations and peripherals connected to the expansion cabinet PCBs. As many
as five expansion cabinets can be added to the system.
DKSUB40
Strata DK40 Base Key Service Unit (KSU) with power supply and battery charger.
Equipped with eight digital telephone circuits built-in, and no CO line circuits.
Includes external page interface, MOH/BGM interface, power failure transfer and
miscellaneous relay control.
[DN]
Directory Number.
DNIS
Dialed Number Identification Service—Telephone number of called party is sent to
the Strata DK over incoming DID or tie lines. This feature is provided by some long
distance telephone companies.
DPFT
Power Failure/Emergency Transfer Unit—An optional backup unit that provides
emergency service during power failures by automatically connecting up to eight
standard telephones to designated CO lines.
DSS
Direct Station Selection—Feature which allows a telephone user (as well as a DSS
console and ADM user) to call another station with the touch of a flexible feature
button.
DTMF
Dual-tone Multi-frequency—Push-button tone dialing.
DVSU
A subassembly that equips a digital telephone with the capability to receive Speaker
Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) calls. DVSU is not required to receive Handset
OCA (HS-OCA).
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
GL-3
Term
Definition
E911
Enhanced 911 operation that provides more complete locator information to the
responding agency.
EKT
Electronic Telephone.
ESF
Extended Super Frame.
EOCU
Off-hook Call Announce Subassembly—An optional upgrade to the Electronic
Telephone Interface Unit (PEKU) or Electronic Telephone/Standard Telephone
Interface Unit (PESU) that enables properly configured telephones (see HVSU2) to
receive Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) calls.
FCC
Federal Communications Commission—The federal agency which regulates the
telecommunication industry. All Toshiba hardware is FCC listed or approved.
HDCB
Electronic Door Phone/Lock Control Unit—A peripheral hardware unit compatible
with designated electronic telephone circuits that supports optional door phones
(MDFBs) and provides door lock control.
HDSS
Electronic Direct Station Selection Console—A device that helps facilitate the
processing of a heavy load of incoming calls. The HDSS console connects only to
designated electronic telephone circuits, and is associated with electronic
telephones.
HESB
External Speaker Box—A speaker/amplifier that can be configured with the system
to provide a variety of functions, such as a paging speaker and/or Background
Music (BGM) speaker.
HESC-65A
A cable used to connect an HHEU-equipped digital telephone or an HHEUequipped electronic telephone to the external speaker box (HESB) for the Loud
Ringing Bell feature.
HHEU
Headset/Loud Ringing Bell Interface—Subassembly that fits inside a digital
telephone or a 6500-series electronic telephone to allow a headset or an external
speaker box (HESB) to be connected to the telephone.
HPFB
Optional Reserve Power Battery Charger (DK14)—One or two can be connected to
the power supply to maintain normal operation during a power failure.
HVSU2
Subassembly that fits into a 6500-series electronic telephone enabling it to receive
Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) calls. The telephone must be connected to an
Electronic Telephone Interface Unit (PEKU) or a Standard Telephone/Electronic
Telephone Interface Unit (PESU) equipped with an Off-hook Call Announce
Subassembly (EOCU) to receive OCA, and must have three-pair wiring.
IMDU
Remote Maintenance Modem Subassembly—A subassembly installed on an Option
Interface Unit (PIOU or PIOUS) that allows the system to be connected with a
remote administration/maintenance terminal or DK Admin/DK Backup personal
computer.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network.
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Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
Term
Definition
K4RCU3
Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) Receiver/ABR Tone Detector Unit—An
optional PCB installed on the TMAU motherboard. The K4RCU3A must be
installed to recognize Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) tones generated by a
standard telephone (or any other device connected to a standard telephone circuit)
and it is required for Direct Inward System Access (DISA) and DID. The
K4RCU3A circuits are also used to detect busy tone for the Automatic Busy Redial
(ABR) feature and must be installed to allow ABR to operate.
KCDU
CO Line/Digital Telephone Interface Unit (DK40)—The KCDU has two loop start
CO line circuits and four digital telephone circuits. The KCDU digital telephone
circuits can support all but one of the devices supported by either the PDKU or Base
Unit integrated digital telephone circuits: digital telephones, PDIU-DIs/PDIUD12s, PDIU-DSs, ADMs, DDCBs and RPCIs.
KKYS
Modular add-on key or integrated circuit that installs onto the K4RCU3 to add the
auto attendant feature to the DK40.
KSTU2
The optional PCB provides four standard telephone circuits and it can only be
installed in the base unit. The KSTU2 supports the two-wire devices such as
standard telephones, Auto Attendant devices, voice mail machines, and facsimile
machines. The KSTU2 can also support an alternate Background Music (BGM)
source on circuit four.
LATA
Local Access and Transport Area.
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display—The optional display on digital and electronic telephones
that displays calling information.
LCR
Least Cost Routing.
LDI
Long Distance Information.
LED
Light Emitting Diode—Status indicators located on printed circuit boards (PCBs),
digital telephones, and electronic telephones.
LSI
Large Scale Integration—Related to circuit design technology. Strata DK system
printed circuit boards (PCBs) use LSI circuit design.
MDF
Main Distribution Frame—The wiring frame usually located in a phone closet.
MDFB
Door Phone Box—A peripheral two-way speaker box option.
MOH
Music-on-Hold—Customer-supplied music or announcements can be sent to parties
on-hold on CO lines or the intercom.
NDTU
Toshiba 30-foot cable that connects the RDTU to the KSU.
NT-1
Used in ISDN. Network Termination device that powers a U-interface ISDN line
and enables multiple S/T ISDN devices to connect to it. The NT-1 must be
UL-listed (U.S.) or CSA-certified (Canada).
OCA
Off-hook Call Announce. There are two types: Handset OCA and Speaker OCA.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
GL-5
Term
Definition
OPS
Off-premises Station.
PBTC
A Toshiba-supplied cable used to connect customer-supplied batteries to a cabinet
power supply in a one- or two-cabinet system for emergency reserve power for the
entire system.
PBX
Private Branch Exchange—Industry-standard term which refers to a telephone
switch, usually on-premises, which serves an individual company, and is connected
to a public telephone exchange through the Central Office (CO).
PCB
Printed Circuit Board.
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation—A widely-used form of digital telephone switching.
PCOU
CO Line Interface Unit—An optional PCB (an older version of RCOU) that
provides the system with four loop start CO lines. Supports Caller ID when used
with RCIU/RCIS circuits.
PDIU-DI2
Integrated Data Interface Unit—Replaces the normal digital telephone base so that
the telephone can be used for the transmission and reception of data between a
terminal/personal computer connected to the telephone and devices connected to
other PDIU-DIs or to modems, printers, and computers which are in turn connected
to PDIU-DSs. The PDIU-DI is also used to provide personal computer auto dialing
of voice calls without a modem; and, access to outside dial-up data services and/or
bulletin boards via modem pooling.
Note
Replaced by RPCI-DI.
PDIU-DS
Stand-alone Data Interface Unit—Used for modem pooling, printer sharing, and
accessing host/mainframe computer.
PDKU2
Digital Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides the system with
eight digital telephone circuits. In addition to digital telephones, the PDKU can
support data interface units (stand-alone and integrated), a digital DSS console
(DDSS), RPCI, ADM, and a digital door phone/lock control unit (DDCB).
[PDN]
Primary Directory Number.
PEKU
Electronic Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides the system
with eight electronic telephone circuits, which can support electronic telephones, a
Background Music source, a door phone/lock control unit (HDCB), an electronic
DSS console (HDSS), and amplifiers for two CO-line conference calls. The PEKU
is also used with older Strata systems.
PEMU
E & M Tie Line Unit—An optional PCB (an older version of REMU) that provides
the system with support for four E & M Type I tie lines. The PEMU is also used
with older Strata systems.
PEPU
External Page Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides support and/or circuit
interface mainly for optional hardware peripherals and upgrades associated with
external paging functions.
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Programming
June 1998
Term
Definition
PESU
Standard/Electronic Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides the
system with a combination of two standard and four electronic telephone circuits.
The standard telephone circuits can support standard telephones and optional
hardware peripherals, such as voice mail devices and fax machines. Except for the
electronic DSS console, the PESU electronic telephone circuits can support the
same stations and peripherals that the PEKU does. The PESU is also used with
older Strata systems.
[PhDN]
Phantom Directory Number.
PIOU
Option Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides support and/or circuit
interface for optional hardware peripherals and upgrades.
PIOUS
The same as the PIOU, with some exceptions; most notably, the PIOUS has one
external paging interface zone, while the PIOU has four.
PORT
A term used to identify a station circuit or CO line circuit location.
PBTC1A-3M
Battery cable that connects reserve power batteries to cabinet RPSU280 power
supplies (102 cabinet installations).
PPTC
A Toshiba-supplied adapter—An adapter that is used to connect: an SMDR device,
ASCII maintenance terminal, or remote maintenance external modem.
PPTC
A Toshiba-supplied adapter—An adapter that is used to connect: the modular
SMDR, SMDI, MIS for ACD, Open Architecture (OA), maintenance ports of the
PIOU, PIOUS, RSSU, RSIU, or RSIS to the DB-9 (PPTC-9) connector of a call
accounting machine, DK Admin, DK Backup personal computer (PC), SMIS
personal computer or Open Architecture personal computer.
PPTC-9
Designed to connect directly to the DB9 connector of PC COM ports, while PPTC
connects directly to an ASCII terminal female DB25, not a PC COM port male
DB25.
PPTC-25F
Used to connect a Call Center Viewer PC or SMIS PC to the RS-232 Strata DK424
MIS port on the PIOU, PIOUS, RSIU, or RSSU.
PRI
Primary Rate Interface.
PSTU2
Standard Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB (an older version of RSTU2)
with a built-in ring generator that provides interface for eight standard telephones or
optional hardware peripherals (voice mail devices, Background Music source, fax
machines, etc.). The PSTU2 has a square wave ring generator that can be set for
190V peak-to-peak or 130V peak-to-peak. The PSTU2 is also used with older
Strata systems.
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network.
QCDU2
CO Line Digital Telephone Interface Unit (DK14)—Provides one CO line (loop
start) circuit and two digital telephone circuits on each PCB. The QCDU2 interfaces
with digital telephones, PDIU-DIs/PDIU-DI2s/RPCI-DI, ADMs connected to the
telephones and PDIU-DSs, but does not support a DDSS or DDCB console.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
GL-7
Term
Definition
QKYS
Auto Attendant Feature Key (DK14)—Provides built-in Auto Attendant software
without Program 03 assignments and installs directly onto the QRCU3 PCB.
QSTU2
Standard Telephone Interface Unit (DK14)—Provides two standard telephone
circuits (ports) and interfaces with standard telephones, Auto Attendant devices,
separate BGM source connections, voice mail machines, and facsimile machines.
QRCU2
DTMF Receiver/ABR Tone Detector Unit (DK14)—Provides three circuits to
receive DTMF tones (required for DISA and devices connected to QSTU2s), and
three circuits to detect busy tone (required for the ABR feature).
RAM
Random Access Memory—Refers to the type of system memory that holds
individual system configuration and feature programming. RAM is read/write
memory, and can be easily revised in programming.
RATU
Attendant Console Interface Unit—Optional PCB that can support up to four
attendant consoles and/or PC attendant consoles.
RBDB
Battery Distribution Box—Interface used to connect reserve power batteries to
systems with three or more cabinets (also provides six RBTC1A-1.5M cables to
connect RBDB to cabinet RPSU280 power supplies).
RBSU
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Unit—Provides two circuits, each of which
provide two simultaneous voice and/or data connections with a single interface.
BRI uses the 2B+D transmission format which is defined as two 64-kbps bearer
channels and one 16-kbps data (control channel). Available for DK424 with Release
4.1.
RBSS
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Subassembly—Attaches to the RBSU to provide
two additional BRI “U” circuits that can be used to connect to Network BRI lines
and/or station-side connections only. Available for DK424 with Release 4.1.
RBTC1A-2M
Battery cable that connects reserve power batteries to RBDB battery distribution
box (3 or more cabinet installations).
RBUU
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Unit—Provides two BRI “U” circuits. Each
circuit provides two simultaneous voice and/or data connections with a single
interface. BRI uses the 2B+D transmission format which is defined as two 64-kbps
bearer channels and one 16-kbps data (control) channel. Available for DK424 with
Release 4.2.
RBUS
ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Subassembly—Attaches to the RBUU to provide
two additional BRI “U” circuits that can be used to connect to Network BRI lines
and/or station-side connections only. An RBUU with the RBUS subassembly
provides four BRI “U” circuits in one card slot. Available for DK424 with Release
4.2.
RCMS
Enhanced 911 (E911) CAMA Trunk Direct Subassembly—Enables the DK424
(Release 4.0 and above) to connect to one or two CAMA trunks. Two RCMS PCBs
enable connection to four CAMA trunks.
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Programming
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Term
Definition
RMCU
Enhanced 911 (E911) CAMA Trunk Direct Interface—Enables connection from the
DK424 (Release 4.0 and above) to E911 locator services without third-party
equipment. The RMCU supports two subassemblies (RCMS) that provide a total of
up to four ports.
RCCB
Conduit Connection Box—Device required for floor-mounted systems with three or
more cabinets to connect AC power and reserve power battery cabling to the
system. Cabling from the AC power source and from the reserve power battery
source can only be installed by a licensed electrician.
RCIU2/RCIS
Four-circuit plug-in PCB/four-circuit piggy-back PCB, each of which receives and
decodes FSK Caller ID (CLID or CND) information from the Central Office ground
or loops Caller ID lines. Each RCIU/RCIS circuit works in conjunction with a
DK424 RGLU/RCOU/RCOS line PCB circuit.
RCOS
Loop Start CO Line Interface Subassembly—Optional subassembly that attaches to
the RCOU PCB to provide four additional CO analog line circuits to the PCB.
Supports Caller ID when used with RCIU/RCIS circuits.
RCOU
CO Line Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides the system with four loop
start CO lines. An optional RCOS subassembly can be attached to the RCOU for
four more loop start analog CO lines. Supports Caller ID when used with RCIU/
RCIS circuits.
RCTU
Common Control Unit—The system’s controller PCB that contains the system's
main microprocessor and microprocessor bus, ROM, RAM, time switch logic, busy
tone detectors, system tones and MOH/BGM Interface. RCTUs include: RCTUA,
RCTUB, RCTUBA/BB, RCTUC/D, and RCTUE/F. Each RCTU supports different
station and line capacities. The RCTU PCBs also provide interface for the optional
RRCS PCB and RKYS key.
RDDU
Direct Inward Dialing Interface Unit—Optional PCB that provides four analog
Direct Inward Dialing line circuits. Supports ANI and DNIS.
RDSU
Digital/Standard Telephone Interface Unit—Optional PCB that provides two
standard telephone and four digital telephone circuits in its basic configuration. An
RSTS can be attached to the RDSU for two additional standard telephone circuits.
RDTU
T1/DS-1 Interface Unit—Optional PCB that provides up to 24-digital channels that
can individually be assigned for loop start CO line, ground start CO line, E & M tie
line, or DID line operation. Supports ANI and DNIS.
REMU
E & M Tie Line Unit—An optional PCB that provides the system with support for
four E & M Type I or Type II, Immediate or Wink Start tie lines. Supports ANI and
DNIS.
RFIF
Floor Mount Installation Kit—Kit that is used to floor mount systems.
RGLU
Analog Ground/Loop Start CO Line Interface Unit—Provides four CO line circuits
that can be individually configured for loop start or ground start CO line operation.
Supports Caller ID when used with RCIU/RCIS circuits.
Strata DK
Programming
June 1998
GL-9
Term
Definition
RKYS
Feature Key Upgrade—Subassembly that attaches to the common control unit to
provide the system with optional features. There are four versions of the RKYS: the
RKYS1, the RKYS2, the RKYS3 and the RKYS4, each of which provides a distinct
set of features.
RMDS
Remote Maintenance Modem Subassembly—A subassembly installed on the RSIU
Optional Interface Unit that allows the system to be connected with a remote
administration/maintenance terminal or DK Admin/DK Backup personal computer.
RPCI-DI
Computer Data Interface Unit—Replaces the normal telephone base and provides
all the functions of PDIU-D12. In addition, it can be switched to a second mode
automatically and used with a Telephone Application Program Interface (TAPI)
software application.
RPTU
ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) Unit—Provides 1 data (control) channel and 23
bearer channels.All B-channels appear and program as CO lines in the DK424
system and can be individually configured for local service, FX, WATS, DID, tie,
etc., service operation. Supported by the RCTUBA3/BB4, RCTUC3/D4 and
RCTUE3/F4.
ROM
Read Only Memory—Refers to the type of system memory that holds static
software that comprises the mechanics of the features’ functions. ROM is only
revised by Toshiba software engineers.
RPSB (1 and 2)
Power Strip—Interface between cabinet power supplies and the commercial AC
power source. The RPSB provides outlets for three power supplies. One RSPS is
required for systems with three or four cabinets, two or three RSPSs for five- or sixcabinet systems.
RPSU280
Cabinet Power Supply—Furnishes power to all of the stations and peripherals
connected to the cabinet PCBs. Each Base and optional expansion cabinet has a
separate power supply.
RRCS
Dual-tone Multi-frequency Receiver—An optional upgrade to the system common
control unit (RCTU) that provides Dual-tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) receivers
for system Direct Inward System Access (DISA) CO lines, E&M tie lines, DID,
DNIS and ANI lines, Auto attendant announcement devices, remote change of call
forward-external destination, DNIS external call routing, and stations and other
peripherals that connect to standard telephone circuits. The RRCS comes in three
models: the RRCS-4 (provides four DTMF receivers), the RRCS-8 (eight DTMF
receivers), and the RRCS-12 (12 DTMF receivers).
RSIS
Optional RS-232 Serial Interface Unit—A subassembly installed on the RSIU
optional interface unit that allows the system to be connected to any of the
following features: voice mail SMDI, MIS for ACD, SMDR, local DK Admin/DK
Backup personal computer, external maintenance modem, Open Architecture
personal computer.
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Term
Definition
RSIU
Optional RS-232 Serial Interface Unit—An optional PCB that provides interface to
any of the following features: voice mail SMDI, MIS for ACD, SMDR, local or
remote DK Admin/DK Backup Personal computer, built-in (RMDS) or external
system maintenance modem, Open Architecture personal computer. By itself, the
RSIU PCB provides one interface port. With up to three RSIU/RMDS
subassemblies, it can provide up to four interface ports.
RSTU
Standard Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB (an older version of RSTU2)
with a built-in ring generator that provides interface for eight-standard telephones or
optional hardware peripherals (voice mail devices, Background music source, fax
machines, etc.). The RSTU has a built-in 80V RMS sine wave ring generator. The
RSTU also has connectors for the R48S, which extends station loop length and is
described in this section.
RSTU2
Standard Telephone Interface Unit—An optional PCB functionally identical to the
RSTU. RSTU2 also contains a 90-volt DC message waiting/generator/switching
circuit to operate standard telephone message waiting lamps.
RWBF1
Wall bracket Fixture—Bracket that is part of an installation kit (RFIF) that is used
to floor mount systems.
RFMF
Floor Mount Fixture—Fixture that is part of an installation kit (RFIF) that is used to
floor mount systems.
R48S
Optional 48V Power Supply—Subassembly that can be connected to the RSTU or
RDSU to extend the loop length of standard telephone circuits (including the
resistance of the phone) from 600 ohms to 1200 ohms.
[SDN]
Secondary Directory Number.
SF
Super Frame.
SLT
Single-line Telephone.
SMDI
Simplified Message Desk Interface: RS-232 link from PIOU, PIOUS, RSSU, RSIS,
or RSIU modular jack connected to a voice mail machine to provide Strata DK
voice mail integration.
SMIS
Software MIS for ACD.
SSTU
Factory-installed sub-unit board that is “piggy-backed” onto the PSTU or PSTU2.
S/T Interface
Reference interface points (“S” or “T”) of an ISDN network. S/T interfaces are
RJ-45, 8-wire connection interfaces for ISDN equipment. An NT-1 is needed to
network U-type BRI lines to S/T type interfaces.
TAPI
Telephone Application Programming Interface.
TA
Terminal Adapter or ISDN modem that converts PC and other types of protocol into
a signal that works with ISDN. Generally, TAs support RJ-11 voice ports and RS232C or V.35 or V.449 data interfaces.
T1/DS-1
See RDTU.
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Term
Definition
TCIU1
Caller ID—An optional PCB that provides the Caller ID option in the Strata
DK424.
TCIU2
Caller ID—An optional PCB that provides the Caller ID option in the Strata DK40.
TCOU
Four-Circuit Loop Start CO Line Board— An optional PCB providing four loop
start CO line circuits in the Strata DK40.
TDDU
Four-Circuit DID Line Digital Telephone Interface Unit— An optional PCB
providing four DID line circuits in the Strata DK40.
TE
Terminal Equipment. This refers to devices using ISDN service (telephones, faxes,
computers, etc.). TE1 supports ISDN formats with S/T or U-type intefaces.
TSPI
Telephony Service Provider Interface.
TSIU
RS-232 Ports—An optional PCB that provides up to two RS-232 interface ports
(modular jacks) enabling the DK40 to connect to various hardware devices.
TTY
Flexible RS-232 port which can be used for maintenance SMDI and MIS (ACD).
U Interface
A single twisted pair of copper wire on an RJ-11 jack. The wiring is identical to
POTS, with different signaling. Only one U-interface device can be attached per
line.
universal slot
Slots in a telephone KSU/cabinet that are used for a variety of optional PCBs.
WSIU
Serial Interface Board (DK14)—Provides two serial ports for either a Station
Message Detail Recording (SMDR) device or a maintenance terminal or modem, or
Caller ID interface.
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Index
A
alert signal
button assignments, 3-120
button programming example, 3-121
alphabetical program listing, 1-7
alternate background music source
slot assignment (see Program 19)
attendant console
answer button priority assignments, 3-135
display type, 3-134
flexible button codes (see Program 59)
overflow destination assignments, 3-136
overflow timer, 3-134
series (DK424, see Program 58)
auto attendant
built-in prompt/station assignments (see
Program 09)
automatic PCB recognition and port renumber (see
Program 91-1)
automatic preference (see Program 32)
B
backup RAM initialization (see Program 92)
built-in auto attendant prompt/station
assignments, 3-22
C
cabinet type identification (DK424, see Program
*03)
call forward external (remote change, security) ID
code (see Program 60-8)
call forward station ring assignment (see Program
*80), 3-178
call park pickup abbreviated dialing (see Program
*05)
caller emergency service identification
(CESID), 8-1
caller ID / ANI
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abandoned call number station owner
assignments (see Program *52)
caller ID circuit assignments to CO line PCBs (see
Program *50)
CAMA trunks
911 (enhanced) trunks, 8-1
CO line
assign groups (see Program 16)
special ringing assignments (see Program 78)
tenant assignments (see Program *15)
CO, DID, and tie line ring transfer (see Program 37)
computer and data interface unit configuration (see
Program 20)
computer and DIU station hunting for data calls
(see Program 22)
credit card dialing (0+) (see Program 43)
D
data transfer
from temporary memory to working memory
(see Program 91-2)
date, 1-16
day, 1-16
DID intercept port number (see Program *17)
DID/tie line options (see Program 17)
direct inward dialing parameters (see Program *641)
directory number button assignments, 3-117
distributed hunt group member assignments
(DK424, see Program *40)
[DN] to [DN], tie to [DN], and DID to [DN] ringing
assignments (see Program *71~*73)
DNIS (see Program 71)
DNIS number network table assignments (see
Program 72)
door phone
busy signal/door lock assignments (see
Program 77-2)
IN-1
to [DN] flashing assignments (see Program
*79)
door phone ringing (see Program 79)
E
E911, 8-1
CAMA
digits sent on 911 calls (see Program *11-5)
DK424 operation overview, 8-1
trunk group
line assignments (see Program *11-1)
trunk group hunting (see Program *11-2)
CESID station information (see Program
*12), 8-12
E911/CAMA trunks (see Program *11-0)
interdigital timer (see Program *10-91)
interdigital timer (see Program *11-6)
pause before send timer (see Program *10-92)
programming overview, 8-4
SMDR, 8-3
special [DN] notification (see Program *11-8)
standard telephone ports assignment (see
Programs *10-11 and *10-12)
station to CAMA trunk group (see Program
*13)
EKT and DKT ringing tones (CO line calls) (see
Program 80)
emergency bypass of forced/verified account codes
(see Program 44-91~93)
enhanced 911 (see Program *10)
extension assignments (see Program *09)
F
first-time programming, 1-15
fixed call forward (see Program 36)
flexible access code numbering (see Program 05)
flexible button assignments (see Program 39)
flexible PCB cabinet slot assignments
DK424 (see Program 03)
G
ground/loop/tie/DID line options (see Program 15)
group pickup assignments (see Program *31)
H
hardware requirements (minimum), 1-15
hold recall timing (see Program 34)
IN-2
I
initialization (system), 1-15
initialize Programs 00~*99 (see Program 90)
Integrated Systems Digital Networking (ISDN), 7-
1
internal and tie line call assignments, 3-17
ISDN
ACD and ISDN parameters, including BRI,
PRI T-Wait and 3.1k audio (see Program
10-4)
analog trunk services (see Program *61)
assign CO line groups (see Program 16)
BRI line/station operation (see Program *60)
BRI SPID parameters (see Program *44)
call types for ISDN trunk group
(see Programs *67-2 and *67-3)
call types for ISDN trunk groups (see Program
*67-3)
call-by-call trunk group codes and network ID
(see Programs *66-2, *66-4)
calling number ID presentation parameters (see
Program *68-1)
channel group number parameters (see
Program *66-1)
channel group/trunk parameters (see Program
*66-3)
channel groups (see Program *65)
clock source (see Program *42)
CNIS presentation parameters (see Program
*69-1)
D-channel control and NFAS (see Program
*43-1~3)
dialing parameters (see Program *63)
DID/DNIS digits for trunk groups (see Program
*64-2)
LDN
registrations (see Program *66-5)
trunk group (see Program *66-7)
trunk group to channel group (see Program
*66-6)
line directory number (see LDN)
network PRI interface (see Program *43-3)
non-facility associated signaling (see Program
*43-2)
non-ISDN station bearer service (see Program
*62)
outbound CNIS parameters (see Program *682)
related programs
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ACD/ISDN parameters (see Program 10-4)
attendant console feature buttons (see
Program 59)
least cost routing modified digits (see
Programs 55-1 and 55-2)
station class of service (see Program 30)
system assignments, BRI lines (see
Program 10-1)
telephone feature buttons (see Program 39)
special number assignment (see Program *692)
trunk groups
call direction (see Program *67-1)
maximum channel reservation (see
Program *67-4)
trunk groups (see Program *16)
M
message center
defining (see Program 13)
minimum hardware requirements, 1-15
modem pool port assignments (see Program 21)
N
night ringing over PIOU external page zones (see
Program 77-3)
numerical program listing, 1-1
P
K
keystrip
assignments
2000-series digital telephone, 3-108
template, 1-14
types (see Program 38)
L
LCR, 4-29
area codes (see Program 51)
CO line programming reference table, 5-3
conditions, 5-2
dial 0 (zero) time-out (see Program 50-6)
features, 5-1
home area code (see Program 50-2)
local call plan number (see Program 50-5)
long distance information (LDI) plan number
(see Program 50-4)
modified digits table (see Program 55-0)
modified digits table (see Program 55-1)
office code exceptions for specified area code
(see Program 52)
parameters (see Program 50-1)
route definition tables (see Program 54)
schedule assignments for LCR plans (see
Program 53)
special codes (see Program 50-3)
station group assignments (see Program 56)
LCR/toll restriction
bypass for special numbers
(see Program *45-2 (1~6))
(see Program *45-3 (1~9))
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dial plan (see Program 45-1)
special code dialing sequence with LCR (see
Program *45-4)
least cost routing (see LCR)
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park recall training (see Program *37)
PBX centrex access codes (see Program 42-1~8)
peripheral options (door phones), RSIU / RSIS /
RMDS, PIOU/PIOUS / IMDU, PEPU (see
Program 77-1)
[PhDN] owner telephone assignment (see Program
*33)
Program *03 DK424 cabinet type identification,
3-11
Program *04 [PhDN] assignments for internal and
tie line calls, 3-17
Program *05 call park pickup abbreviated
dialing, 3-21
Program *09 ACD group DID/tie line digit
assignments, 6-6
Program *09 [PDN], [PhDN], DH, ACD or modem
DID extension assignments, 3-24
Program *10 enhanced 911 operation, 3-38
Program *10-11 E911 standard telephone ports
assignment, 3-38
Program *10-12 E911 standard telephone ports
assignment, 3-38
Program *10-91 E911 interdigital timer, 3-39
Program *10-92 E911 pause before send timer,
3-39
Program *11-0 E911/CAMA trunks, 8-5
Program *11-1 CAMA trunk group line
assignments, 8-7
Program *11-2 CAMA trunk group hunting
assignments, 8-8
Program *11-5 CAMA digits sent on 911 calls,
8-9
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Program *11-6 E911 interdigital timer, 8-10
Program *11-8 911 special [DN] notification
assignments, 8-11
Program *12 CESID station information, 8-12
Program *13 station to CAMA trunk group, 8-14
Program *14-1 auto answer with zip tone, 6-14
Program *14-2 DID, tie, DNIS, ANI line after shift/
overflow substitution destinations , 6-18
Program *15 CO line tenant assignments, 3-46
Program *16 ISDN trunk group type
assignment, 7-6
Program *17 DID intercept port number (vacant or
wrong number), 3-52
Program *31 group pickup assignments, 3-86
Program *32 RS-232 voice mail message center
port, 3-90
Program *33 [PhDN] owner telephone
assignment, 3-93
Program *34 station class of service, 3-96
Program *36 system NT button lock password
changing station assignment, 3-103
Program *37 park recall timing, 3-106
Program *40 for DK424 distributed hunt group
member assignments, 3-122
Program *41 for DK424 T1 assignment series
(part 1), 3-124
Program *42 clock source for T1, ISDN Program
*43-1~3 D-channel control and NFAS
assignments, 7-9
Program *43-2 non-facility associated signaling
(NFAS) assignment, 7-10
Program *43-3 network PRI interface
assignment, 7-10
Program *44 BRI service profile iIdentifier (SPID)
parameters, 7-11
Program *45-1 toll restriction for office codes,
4-24
Program *45-2 (1~6) LCR/toll restriction bypass
for special numbers, 4-25
Program *45-3 (1~9) LCR/toll restriction bypass
for special numbers, 4-27
Program *45-4 special code dialing sequence with
LCR, 4-29
Program *50 caller ID circuit assignments to CO
line PCBs, 3-128
Program *51 station memory allocation for store
caller ID / ANI, 3-130
Program *52 caller ID / ANI abandoned call
number station owner assignments, 3-132
IN-4
Program *60 BRI Line/station operation
assignment, 7-12
Program *61 analog trunk services for ISDN, 7-13
Program *62 non-ISDN station bearer service,
7-14
Program *63 ISDN dialing parameters, 7-15
Program *64-1 direct inward dialing
parameters, 7-16
Program *64-2 number of DID/DNIS Digits for
trunk groups, 7-17
Program *65 ISDN channel group assignment,
7-18
Program *66-1 channel group number
parameters, 7-19
Program *66-3 channel group/trunk parameters,
7-22
Program *66-5 line directory number (LDN)
registrations, 7-23
Program *66-6 LDN/trunk group to channel group
assignments, 7-24
Program *66-7 LDN/trunk group assignment, 7-
25
Program *67-1 trunk group call direction, 7-26
Program *67-2 call types for ISDN trunk group
supported, 7-27
Program *67-3 call types for ISDN trunk
groups, 7-28
Program *67-4 ISDN trunk groups maximum
channel reservation, 7-29
Program *68-1 calling number ID presentation
parameters, 7-30
Program *68-2 outbound CNIS parameters, 7-31
Program *69-1 CNIS presentation parameters,
7-32
Program *69-2 special number assignment, 7-33
Program *71~*73 [DN] to [DN], tie to [DN], and
DID to [DN] ringing assignments, 3-155
Program *79 door phone to [DN] flashing
assignments, 3-176
Program *80 call forward station ring
assignment, 3-178
Program 00 part 1 – software check, 2-12
part 2 – RCTU RAM test, 2-15
Program 01 station logical port display and/or
change, 3-1, 6-3
Program 02 station physical port display and/or
change, 3-2, 6-4, 6-6
Program 03 DK424 flexible PCB cabinet slot
assignments, 3-6
Program 04 station logical port [PDN]
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assignment, 3-12
Program 05 flexible access code numbering, 3-19
Program 09 auto attendant prompt/ACD group,
6-4
Program 10-1 system assignments part 1 of 3, 3-26
Program 10-2 system assignments part 2 of 3, 3-29
Program 10-3 system assignments part 3 of 3, 3-34
Program 10-4 ACD/ISDN parameters, 6-7
Program 11 ACD timing assignments, 6-9
Program 12 system assignments, basic timing,
3-40
Program 13 defining the message center, 3-42
Program 14-0 loop/ground start line direct to ACD
group assignments, 6-13
Program 14-1 ACD agent ID code assignments,
6-14
Program 14-2 ACD supervisor passwords, 6-17
Program 14-3 announcement/music port and queue
pattern, 6-20
Program 14-4 queue time out overflow
destination, 6-23
Program 14-5 overflow point and ring no answer
routing destination, 6-25
Program 14-6 after shift service destination, 6-29
Program 14-71 queue size for alarm, immediate
assignments, 6-31
Program 14-72 queue size for alarm 1, 6-32
Program 14-73 queue size for alarm 2, 6-33
Program 14-8 alarm pattern assignments, 6-34
Program 14-9 work unit assignments, 6-36
Program 15 ground/loop/tie/DID line options,
3-43, 6-37
Programming
4-15
Program 45-2 toll restriction disable, 4-20
Program 45-3~6 special common carrier numbers
& authorization code digit length, 4-21
Program 45-8~9 toll restriction override code,
4-23
Program 46-10~80 toll restriction class
parameters, 4-34
Program 46-11~46-81 toll restriction class (1~8)
parameters, 4-36
Program 46-2~4 toll restriction allowed/denied area
codes assigned by class, 4-31
Program 47 toll restriction exception office codes
assigned by area codes (tables 1~16), 4-37
Program 48 station toll restriction classification,
4-39
Program 16 assign CO line groups (dial 9 or
801~816), 3-47
Program 17 DID/tie line options, 3-49, 6-37
Program 18 agent names for SMIS/MIS
assignments, 6-15
Program 19 alternate background music source slot
assignment, 3-53
Program 20 computer and data interface unit
configuration, 3-54
Program 21 modem pool port assignments, 3-58
Program 22 computer and DIU station hunting for
data calls, 3-60
Program 32 automatic preference, 3-88
Program 33 [PDN]/ [PhDN] station hunting (voice
calls only), 3-91
Program 34 hold recall timing, 3-95
Program 35 station class of service, 3-98, 6-37
Program 36 fixed call forward, 3-102, 3-111
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Program 37 CO, DID, and tie line ring transfer
(camp-on) recall time, 3-105
Program 38 digital and electronic telephone
keystrip type, 3-107
Program 39 flexible button assignments, 3-113
Program 40 station CO line access, 4-4
Program 41 station outgoing call restriction, 4-6
Program 42-0 CO line to PBX/centrex connection
& access codes, 4-8
Program 42-1~8 PBX/centrex access codes, 4-10
Program 43 0 + credit card dialing, 4-11
Program 44-1~8 toll restriction/traveling class
override codes, 4-13
Program 44-91~93 emergency bypass of forced/
verified account codes, 4-14
Program 45-1 LCR/toll restriction dial plan, 4-14,
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Program 50-1 LCR parameters, 5-4
Program 50-2 LCR home area code, 5-5
Program 50-3 (1~5) LCR special codes, 5-6
Program 50-4 LCR long distance information (LDI)
plan number, 5-7
Program 50-5 LCR local call plan number, 5-8
Program 50-6 LCR dial 0 (zero) time-out, 5-9
Program 51 LCR area codes, 5-10
Program 52 LCR office code exceptions for
specified area code, 5-12
Program 53 LCR schedule assignments for LCR
plans, 5-14
Program 54 LCR route definition tables, 5-17
Program 55-0 LCR modified digits table, 5-19
Program 55-1 LCR modified digits table add, 5-21
Program 56 LCR station group assignments, 5-23
Program 58 DK424 attendant console series
(part 1), 3-134
IN-5
Program 59 attendant console flexible button
codes, 3-137
Program 60 SMDR data output options, 3-142
Program 60-2~7 SMDR output/account code digit
length, 3-143
Program 60-8 call forward external (remote change,
security) ID code, 3-145
Program 69 verified account codes, 3-146
Program 70 verified account code toll restriction
assignments, 3-148
Program 71 DID/tie/DNIS/ANI lines, 6-37
DNIS, 3-150
Program 72 DNIS number network table
assignments, 3-157
Program 74 system NT button lock password
3-159
Program 76-1(X-Y) TSIU and RSIU / RSIS /
RMDS port assignments, 3-160
Program 76-2 (X-Z) TSIU and RSIU / RSIS /
RMDS port assignments, 3-162
Program 77-1 peripheral options (door phones)
RSIU / RSIS / RMDS, PIOU/PIOUS / IMDU,
PEPU, 3-163
Program 77-2 door phone busy signal/door lock
assignments, 3-167
Program 77-3 night ringing over PIOU external
page zones, 3-169
Program 77-4 RSIU open architecture (OA) data
output assignments, 3-170
Program 78 CO line special ringing
assignments, 3-172
Program 79 door phone ringing, 3-174
Program 80 EKT and DKT ringing tones (CO line
calls), 3-177
Program 90 initialize programs 00~*99, 2-4
Program 91-1 automatic PCB recognition and port
renumber, 2-6
Program 91-2 data transfer from temporary
memory to working memory, 2-8
Program 91-9 system initialization, 2-2
Program 92 initializing misc. backup RAM, 2-9
program listing alphabetical, 1-7
numerical, 1-1
program sequence, 1-12
programming data variations, 1-13
first-time, 1-15
keystrip template, 1-14
overview, 1-1
section layout, 1-11
programs
IN-6
system and station, 3-1
Programs *66-2 and *66-4 call-by-call trunk group
codes and network ID, 7-20
R
RAM test
RCTU (see Program 00)
RDDU, 6-1
RSIU open architecture (OA) data output
assignments (see Program 77-4)
S
set date, time and day, 1-16
SMDR
data output options (see Program 60)
output/account code digit length (see Program
60-2~7)
software check (see Program 00)
special common carrier numbers and authorization
code digit length (see Program 45-3~6)
station
class of service
(see Program *34)
(see Program 35)
CO line access (see Program 40)
hunting (voice calls only, see Program 33)
logical port
[PDN] assignment (see Program 04)
display and/or change (see Program 01)
memory allocation for store caller ID/ANI (see
Program *51)
outgoing call restriction (see Program 41)
physical port display and or change (see
Program 02)
toll restriction classification (see Program 48)
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how to program, 1-11
system
and station programs, 3-1
assignments
basic timing (see Program 12)
part 1 of 3 (see Program 10-1)
part 2 of 3 (see Program 10-2)
part 3 of 3 (see Program 10-3)
initialization, 1-15
(see Program 91-9)
NT button lock
(see Program *36)
password (see Program 74)
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T
T1
assignment series
(DK424, see Program *41)
channel assignments, 3-125
clock source (see Program *42)
span (RDTU) frame and line code
assignments, 3-124
span primary timing reference assignments,
7-8
span receive level pad assignments, 3-127
span transmit level pad assignments, 3-126
time, 1-16
toll restriction
allowed/denied area codes assigned by class
(see Program 46-2~4)
allowed/denied local office codes assigned by
class (see Program 46-6~8)
class (1~8, see Program 46-11~46-81)
class parameters (see Program 46-10~80)
disable (see Program 45-2)
exception office codes assigned by area codes
(tables 1~16) (see Program 47)
for office codes (see Program *45-1)
override code (see Program 45-8~9)
toll restriction/traveling class override codes (see
Program 44-1~8)
TSIU and RSIU / RSIS / RMDS port assignments
(see Program 76-1)
(see Program 76-2 X-Y)
V
verified account code (see Program 69)
verified account code toll restriction assignments
(see Program 70)
voice mail message center port (see Program *32)
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