Aristel 4x4 PABX
& 2 Way Router
User Guide
&
Setting Tools Software Programming
V3.6
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Telephone Router Setting
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Contents
1. Introduction…………………………………………………… 4
2. Power Setting…………………………………………………. 5
2.1 Music on Hold ………..…………………………………
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3. Main Functions……………………………………………….. 6
3.1 Internal Call………………………………………………
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3.2 Incoming call……………………………………………… 6
3.3 Call Pick-up………………………………………………. 6
3.4 Outgoing Call…………………………………………….. 6
3.5 Call Transfer ……………………………………………... 7
3.6 Call Forwarding
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3.7 Hot Line………………………………………………….. 8
4. Command Table………………………………………………. 9
5. System programming by a phone……………………………. 12
5.1 A case study ……………………………………………… 12
5.2
Programming DSS keys of Aristel Multiphone, SLT70…. 13
6. Setting Tool Software………………………………………… 15
6.1 File………………………………………………………… 15
6.2 Setting …………………………………………………..
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6.3 Read Device Data ………………………………………..
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6.4 Help ……………………………………………………… 16
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7. Main Parameters ……………………………………………… 17
7.1 Introduction ……………………………………………… 18
7.2 Main Basic Parameters …………………………………..
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7.3 Extension Setting ………………………………………..
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7.4 Trunk Setting ……………………………………… ….
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7.5 Send Data to device ……………………………………… 20
7.6 Read Data ………………………………………………… 20
7.7 Device Version …………………………………………… 20
8. Router Numbers ………………………………………………. 21
9. Replace Dial Numbers ……………………………………….. 24
10. Query Version ………………………………………………… 26
11. Other Functions
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12. Product Specifications…………………………………………. 27
13. A Case Study
(Programming by setting Tool Software)..
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13.1 Main Parameters Setting …………………………………. 29
13.2 Router Numbers …………………………………………. 32
13.3 Replace Dial Numbers …………………………………… 33
14. Call forward programming
on SLT phones…………………. 34
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1. Introduction
The Aristel 4x4 PABX & 2Way Router is both a mini PABX and a Router. It is
easy to install, and is capable of handling complex routing functions.
As a mini PBX, the system has 4 exchange line and 4 extension ports, plus an
external music or message on hold port.
Incoming line calls can be routed to one or more phones and outgoing calls
can be programmed to use specific line ports ( trunks ) by use of dial plans.
Thus, the 4x4 can be connected to fixed wireless terminals and VoIP adaptors
to take advantage of low or no cost calls. It can also be connected behind a
large PBX, as sub PBX, to provide flexibility and expandability.
Phone functions include, internal extension calls, external calls, call
transfer, call pickup, call forward, hotline etc. Most of these functions can
be programmed using one of the extension phones. However, a PC may be
connected to the PABX Router system and all customer configurations and
routing programming can be carried out using supplied Setting Tool Software.
The Aristel 4x4 PABX & 2Way Router comes as a “plug and play” device. All
that is required is to power up the equipment and connect 1-4 analogue (SLT)
phones to Tel ports and 1-4 exchange lines or other devices such as analogue
telephone adaptors (ATAs ) or Fixed Wireless Terminals (FWTs ) to the Line
ports.
Un programmed, the extensions assume numbers 11, 12, 13 and 14. Incoming
calls on Line 1 will ring extension 11 and Line 2, extension 12 etc. Outgoing
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calls from any extension can pick up any line. There is no need to dial 9 or 0
for outside line access. Simply dial the external number.
Additional trunk lines can be terminated on the respective Line ports and
activated through phone programming or PC programming.
2. Power Setting
The power requirements of the device are AC230V±10% or AC110V±10%
50/60HZ. In the base of the device there is a power select switch. The 4x4
is supplied with the switch set to 230 volt.
If your input power supply is
AC230/240V, you should leave the power
select switch as Fig.1.
WARNING:
DO NOT SET THE SWITCH TO 110V IN AUSTRALIA
AS IN FIG. 2
230V
110V
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2.1
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Music on Hold
The PABX has chime as internal source for music on hold.
An external music source can be connected to the system using the
cord provided for that purpose.. Any external Music on hold source
should only be connected to the system using a suitable LIU unit.
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3.Main functions and Operation
3.1 Internal Call
Pick up the handset, dial * followed by the extension number.
Example: Your Extension number is 11, and you want to call Extension
14.
Pick up the handset of Extension 11 and dial *14.
Extension 14 rings, and it displays “8811”. The additional number “88” is a
prefix, indicating it is a direct call. For a transferred call the prefix is “0088”
3.2 Incoming call
If there is an incoming call, the called extension will ring. Pick up the
handset and answer the call.
3.3 Call Pick-up
An incoming call to an extension may be picked up from another extension.
To pick up an incoming call of another extension go off hook and dial * 9
and talk to the calling party.
3.4 Outgoing call
To call an outside party, say 9544 7696, simply dial that number and listen to ring tone.
When the called party answers start your conversation. Hang up when finished.
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3.5 Call Transfer
An established call can be transferred to another internal extension. There
are two types of call transfer,
(i) Blind transfer
(ii) Consultation and
transfer.
Blind transfer (Unannounced transfer):
1. Assume A, an outside party called an internal extension, B. While A and B
are talking B decides to transfer the call to another extension , called C.
2. To transfer the call, B presses flash/recall. At this moment Extension B
hears dial tone and the outside party hears Music on Hold. Then B dials
xx , where xx is the extension number of C.
3. If the operation was successful, B will hear ring tone and hangs up at
once.
4. C rings, and A hears music while waiting for the connection.
5. C lifts the handset and answers the transferred call of A.
6. C also can transfer the call to another extension in the similar fashion.
7. In the step 4, if the C does not reply within 25 seconds, the system rings
back B. If B does not answer within 30 seconds, the call gets
disconnected.
Consultation transfer:
1. Assume B is an extension. A is an outside party. A called B and A and B
are talking. B wishes to consult C and then transfer the call.
2. B presses flash/recall, hears dial tone, dials the extension number of C.
3. If all of the above operations are correct, B will hear ring tone. Extension
B does not hang up in this case.
4. While C rings, A hears music while waiting for the connection.
5. C lifts the handset to talk to B. A still hear music while waiting for the
connection.
6. At this time either B or C can hang up. For example, if B hangs up first, C
gets connected to A. If C hangs up, B gets connected with A.
7. In the step 4, if the C does not answer within 25 seconds, the system calls
back B. At this time, B can pick-up the call and speak to A. If B does not
respond within 30 seconds, the connection disconnects automatically.
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Note
a) If error tone
“Du, Du”
is heard after pressing flash/recall, it indicates the
system is busy. You can press flash/recall again to go back to the called party.
b) While transferring a call, if you dial an invalid number, the system sounds 3 short
error tones. During that time you can again dial another number for transferring.
c) While transferring a call, and the called phone is busy, the system will sound a 15
sec error tone. Then, you can press flash/recall to reconnect with the outside line.
You may retry that extension or dial another.
Important
System flash time at default is 80 x 10 = 800 ms , (maximum flash time.)
Therefore, a telephone flash key needs to be typically set to 100ms.
In Aristel Smart phones and Multiphones a flash setting of
010 x 10 = 100ms works well.
On all other ordinary phones a quick tapping of the cradle switch can give a loop break of
nearly 500ms.and that works fine.
3.6
Call Forwarding. There are two types of Call forwarding:
(i)
Internal.
(ii)
External.
For either type, call forwarding is immediate.
In the case of Internal call forwarding, Pick up the handset and dial,
* # 8 * xx where xx is the call forwarded extension number.
You will get a confirmation tone at the end.
To cancel Call forwarding dial * # 8 #
In the case of external Call forwarding, pick up the telephone handset
and dial * # 8 xxxxxxxxxx # , where xxxxxxxxxx is the external number.
To cancel external call forwarding, dial * # 8 #
Please note, there will be no indication that an extension has been
call forwarded.
3.7
Hot Line
Hotline is a feature that allows an extension ( programmed for hot line ) to
automatically dial another extension or an external party, immediately the
handset goes off hook. There are many applications for this feature.
Connecting a Fax machine, EFTPOS machine, Door phone to extension ports
or making a baby call are examples of hot line.
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For Example to set up a Hot Line from Ext 12 to Ext 13, from Ext12
1. * # * 0000 - hear a beep
Enter into programming mode
2. 732*13
- Hear one beep In this case 2 represents Extension 12 .
Hot
Line destination is 13
3. 712#
- Hear one beep Enable Hot Line
4. Hangup.
To cancel Hot Line for Ext12, go off hook from Ext12 and enter the
following:
1. *#*0000 - hear one beep Enter programming mode
2. 702#
Cancel Hotline on Ext 2, i.e Ext12
Example: Set up Extension 12 to call an external number xxxxxxxx as hot
line.
From an Extension enter the following:
* # * 0000
(Enter into programming)
732xxxxxxxxx# (Register the number on Extension 2)
Hang up now
* # * 0000
(Enter into programming again)
712#
(Activate Hot Line on Extension 2)
4. Command Table
All commands shown below can be set from any extension telephone .
Enter into programming state with command * # * plus Password.
Go Off-hook and dial * # * 0000 to enter into programming state.
The default Password is “0000”.
Then enter the respective command. All commands end with a #
If the command had been set correctly, the system sounds one tone “Du”.
If the command had been set incorrectly, it sounds 3 tones “DuDuDu”.
If there is an error inputting a command, press *and then input command again.
Simply hang up at the end to terminate programming.
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Command Table
No Command
1
0000#
2
09XXXX#
3
10TT#
4
11N#
5
11TT#
6
12N#
7
8
9
10
12ab#
14X#
15TT#
16TT#
11
17TT#
12
18TT#
13
14
15
16
17
2000#
2010#
200M#
201M#
60M#
18
60MN#
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20
21
22
23
61M#
61MN#
700#
70N#
710#
Description
Initialize all parameters.
Setting Code Password as “XXXX”. Default: XXXX=0000
Setting a pause “p” unit delay as TT*100ms (TT=01-20).
Default: TT=08 . Unit pause at default is 800ms
Ring-Back on Call Transfer No Reply. Default: N=1
N=0, Not Ring-Back.
N=1, Ring-Back.
Call Transfer Time (TT=01-99, Unit 1 sec.
Default: TT=20 Sec.)
Caller ID Add Prefix. Default: N=1., N=0, Not dd.
N=1, Add.
Caller ID Add Prefix Number (Default: ab=88)
Call Pick-up Function Key (Default: X=9)
Flash Time (TT=01-20, Unit: 100ms, default :TT=08)
External line Hold Time (TT=01-99, Unit: 10sec. Default:
TT=18, equal to 3 min.)
Transferred call Talking Time or Co-Co call disconnect
time (TT=01-99, Unit 10s, Default: 24 .)
Ring Time for Internal Call (TT=01-99, Unit: 1 sec.
Default: TT=30 sec.)
Turn On all Trunk
Turn Off all Trunk
Turn On Trunk M (M=1-4)
Turn Off Trunk M (M=1-4)
If it has an incoming call from trunk M (M=1-4), all
extensions will ring.
Add the extension N as ringing extension for the trunk M
on incoming call. For example, if it has an incoming call
from trunk M (M=1-4), extension N will ring (N=1 – 4).
Note: Earlier settings should be cancelled by
command 61M# or 61MN# before executing the
above command.
Cancel the command “60M#”
Cancel the command “60MN#”
Turn Off all extension hot line function
Turn Off extension N hot line function
Turn On all extension hot line function
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25
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71N#
72TT#
73Nxxxx…
+Hang Up
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82TT#
900#
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30
90L#
9Nxxxx#
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Turn On extension N hot line function
Hot Line Delay Time (TT=01-99, Default: TT=04 sec.)
Setting hot line number for extension N (N=1-4). The
max length of the hot line number is 30. If the length less
than 30, it regard “Hang up” as end. If you input two “*” in
the hot number, the system regard two “*” as one unit
delay.
For example, input “73186**75786337898”, then hang
up. It set the first extension number as
“86**75786337898”. “**” is one unit delay.
Notice: After set a hot line number, the system had exited
from programming state. If you want to set other
command, you should enter into programming state with
command “*# *+Code Password” again.
Charge Delay Time (TT=01-99, Default: TT=05 sec.)
Initialize extension number as 11-14 , and setting
“Extension Number Length” as 2
Setting “Extension Number Length” as L (L=1-4)
Change the extension number of extension N (N=1-4) to
xxxx. It regard “#” as end. The length of the number must
match the parameter L (the command 90L#)
Note:
If you used the command “0000#”, you must use “ReadData” function in
“Main parameters” tab of PC Software to read the default data from the
device. And then you should use “Send Data to Device” to set parameters.
At the end restart the device.
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System Programming by a phone
- Case Study 1
Out of the box Aristel PABX/Router has the following main default capabilities.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Line 1 rings at Tele 1 only (That is extension 11 only)
Line 2 rings at Tele 2 only
Line 3 rings at Tele 3 only
Line 4 rings at Tele 4 only.
All 4 lines are activated.
Out going calls can take up any one trunk, selected in a cyclic order.
Call transfer, call pick up etc. work as described earlier.
The system sometimes, needs to be programmed to suit the local
requirements.
It is very easy to program the system using a Window based Setting Tool
software.
However, a simple programming can be carried out through a telephone
extension using the command table.
5.1
Case Study 1
A customer wants the following implemented:
1. Only two trunk lines need to be activated.
2. Four telephones installed as Tele 11, Tele12, Tele13 and Tele 14.
3. Incoming calls on Line 1 need to ring Tele 11 and Tele 14 at the same time.
4. Incoming calls on Line 2 need to ring Tele 13 only
5. Tele 13 is to have capability to Call Forward all incoming calls to his/her
Mobile phone or to another extension, Tele 12, whenever desired.
6. Outgoing calls should pass through either Line 1 or Line 2.
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Implementation
Install Aristel SLT70 phones. Use only two wire line cords.
Terminate Lines on Line 1 and Line 2. Use only two wire line termination.
Lift the handset of one of a registered telephone and enter the following:
* # * 0000
Enter into programming mode
0000#
Initilise all parameters
2010#
Turn off all trunks
2001#
Turn on Line 1
2002#
Turn on Line 2
6011#
Incoming call on Line 1 to ring Tele 1
(11)
Incoming call on Line 1 to ring Tele 4
(14)
Cancel line 2 ringing Tele 2
6014#
6122#
6023#
Incoming calls on lone 2 to ring Tele 3
(13)
Set Co-Co disconnect time as 4
minutes.
Terminate programming.
No need to program 6
1724#
Go on hook.
5.2
Programming the DSS keys of Aristel Multiphone, SLT70
phone of Tele 13 for call forwarding.
Lift the handset of
Tele 13 and enter the following:
Press prog key, enter 00000 and cmf button
Get into programming
mode
Press the DSS1 button ( the leftmost button in the Select DSS 1 key
last row)
Enter * # 8*12
Set call forward to Tele 14
Press cfm button and then prog button
Confirm
and
enter
programming again
Press DSS 2 button (second rightmost button)
Select DSS2
Enter *#80428888888#
Set
call
forward
to
0428888888
Press cfm button and then prog button
Confirm
and
enter
programming again
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Press DSS 4 button
Enter *# 8 #
Select DSS key 4
Assign the key as Call
Forward Cancel key
Confirm
End programming
Press cfm button
Go on hook
By the above programming,
DSS1 is assigned as Call Forward key to Tele 14
DSS2 is assigned as Call Forward key to Mobile Phone : 0428888888
DSS4 is assigned as Call Forward Cancel key.
You may label the keys accordingly.
On Tele 13, go off hook and press the appropriate button to activate the
corresponding function and go on hook.
Note: When external call forward is activated on Tele 13, any incoming
external call will be call forwarded to the mobile as set.
Since the maximum talk time is set to 4 minutes in system programming, at the
end of 4 minutes the call will be disconnected. To extend the disconnect time
pres * when a disconnect warning tone is heard.
If an externally forwarded call is terminated before 4 minutes, both trunk lines
will be held up to complete the 4 minutes period. To avoid trunk lines being
held up this way either party that is in conversation can dial # to disconnect
both lines before hanging up.
6.
Setting Tools Software
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Summary
Most of the extension and line features can be programmed from any
telephone. However, some of the advanced routing features can only be
set by the PC Setting Tool Software.
The Setting Tool Software is used for setting parameters of Aristel 4x4
PABX & 2Way Router using a serial RS232 cable that is supplied with the
equipment.
The supplied RS232 cable is a non standard serial cable and no other
cable should be used for programming the router.
Main menu
6.1 File
[ExportAll]: It can export all parameters to a nominated file.
[ImportAll]: It can import all parameters from a certain file that had beeen
created by ExportAll feature.
[Message Log]: The messages log of data download or upload.
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6.2 Setting
[Comm Set]:
If you want to set parameters with PC software, at first, you should connect the
device to PC serial port with data cable. Then set the serial communication port
and baud rate.
“Send Data To Device”: Send all parameters data to the telephone router. All
parameters must be sent to the telephone router, if you want the data you had
modified become effective.
6.3 Read Device Data
[Read Main Parameters]: Read main parameters from telephone router.
[Read Router Numbers]: Read router numbers from telephone router.
[Read Replace Dial Numbers]: Read dial numbers from telephone router..
6.4 Help[About]: Display the version.
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7. Main parameters
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7.1 Introduction
In the Main Parameters grid, only the slots in white can be edited.
At first, introduce the line grouping function. The telephone router has 4
Trunk lines . These trunk lines can be classified in 2, 3 or 4 groups.
"0" is common group.
"2" is special group 2.
"1" is special group 1.
"3" is special group 3.
For example, [Trunk 1 belongs to Trunk Group 0] indicates that the first
external line belongs to “Common Group”. You should set at least one
special group, that is to say, you cannot to set all trunks in group 0.
[External 1 On/Off]: If this option is ticked, you are activating Line 1.
[External N On/Off]: The same as above.
[Use common Trunk on all special trunk busy]: If this option is ticked
common trunks belonging to group 0 will be used in case special trunks
go busy. In the example provided in the Main parameters grid, trunk 1 will
be used if trunks 2,3 are all busy.
[Use special trunk on all common trunks busy] If ticked the system
allows special trunks, marked 1, 2,or 3 in the grid, to be used in an event
designated common trunk goes busy.
[Use other special trunk on all special trunk busy] If ticked the system
allows another special trunk to be used in case the designated special
trunk goes busy.
[Special Trunk incoming] When ticked allows incoming calls on
special trunk If un-ticked the call rings nowhere.
[Common Trunk incoming] When ticked allows incoming calls on
common trunk. If un-ticked the calls rings nowhere.
[Special trunk outgoing] When ticked allows outgoing calls can go
through the special trunks.
[Common Trunk outgoing] When ticked the system allows outgoing
calls to go through the common trunks.
[Code password]: The telephone router has functions and parameters
that can be set from a telephone. But, first you should enter *#*
XXXX from the telephone where XXXX is the password. The default
password is 0000.
Click [Send data to device] button to transfer system parameters to
telephone router and save it after modifications.
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7.2 Main Basic Parameters

Call Pick-up Function Key (Default: 9)
This function key is for “Call Pick-up”. For example, there is a call,
and the Extension 11 is ringing. You can pick up the call from
extension 13 by dialing *9.
 Ring Interval Time (Unit 100ms, Default 5 sec.)
 Ring Time for Internal(Inner) Call (Default 30 sec.)
This is internal call ring time. Called extension stops ringing when this
time expires.
 Call Transfer Time (Default: 20 Sec.)
This is call back time. If there is no reply from a transferred station the
system call back the extension that made the call transfer.
 Outer(External) line Hold Time (External Line Hold Time) (Default: 3
min.)
 Hot Line Delay Time (Default: 4 sec.)
 Charge Delay Time (Default: 5 sec.)
 Pause “p” Delay Time(Unit:100ms,Range: 200-2000ms)
This introduces an ability to insert a delay at the beginning of an insert
digit string or in the middle of an insert digit string. One “p” indicates
one unit delay. In some cases it can set “pp” or “ppp” in the target
number for 2 or 3 unit delays
 Flash Time (Unit: 100ms, Range: 200-1500ms)
 Caller ID Add Prefix Number (Default: 88)
This is the prefix for caller ID. For example, Extension 11 called
Extension 12 and therefore, the display on Extension will show 8811. If
it is transferred call the display shows 880011, indicating it is a
transferred call from 11.
 Extension Number Digit Length (Default: 2, Range: 1-4)
 Ring-Back on Call Transfer No Reply
 Caller ID Add Prefix
 Send Howler Tone
 Transfer Talking Time. ( Another name could be Co to Co Call
Disconnect Time) When an incoming external call to an extension is call
forwarded to an external number, two trunk lines are made busy. They
won’t get released until this time expires. Default is set to 4 minutes (24 x
30 sec). Nearly 30 seconds before the forced disconnection of the trunk
lines both parties, still continuing their talk, can hear a “du du du “ warning
tone. At this time either party dialing “*” in 5 seconds can extend the
disconnect timer. By dialing “#” before ending their conversation, both
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trunk lines can be made to disconnect.
7.3 Extension settings
 PortID: The extension port ID, from 0 to 3.
 ExtNumber: The extension number, for example: 11,12,13,14. The
length of extension number cannot more than “Extension Number
Length”.
Notice: The first number of any extension number cannot be set to 9,
the Call Pick-up Function Key number”
 HotLine: Whether this extension is hot line or not.
 HotNumber: Hot number.
 ChargeMode: Charge mode, in general, set this parameter as 1.
 TransferMode: Setting unconditional transfer mode. The main
“TransferMode” are “Not”, “To Out Line”. In general, it need not to set
unconditional transfer to a certain extension.
 TransferNumber: Setting the unconditional transfer number.
7.4 Trunk settings




PortID: The trunk port ID, from 0 to 3.
ExtRing1: On an incoming call from this trunk, the extension1 will ring.
ExtRing2: On an incoming call from this trunk, the extension2 will ring.
ExtRing3: On an an incoming call from this trunk, the extension3 will
ring.
 ExtRing4: On an incoming call from this trunk, the extension4 will ring.
7.5 Send data to device
After setting all parameters, click [Send data to device] button to transfer
all parameters to the PABX router.
7.6 Read Data
Click [Read Data] button to read main parameters from telephone router
and the parameters will display in the grid.
7.7 Device version
Click [Device Version] button to read the version number of the device. It
will display the version number in the label.
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8. Router Numbers
Click title to sort
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In this screen matching are made between dialed numbers and the trunk
groups.
It can add, edit or delete router number records. A maximum of 1200
records can be added.
[ID] is only a series No. It has no other function.
[GroupID] is trunk group ID. The value is 1-3. For example with above data, in
the first line, “Router number” set as “0”, “GroupID “ set as 1. It means that all
dialed telephone number beginning with “0” would be sent out through the
special trunk group 1.
In [Main parameters], trunk 2 had been set as group 1. So, all dialed telephone
numbers that begin with “0” would going through trunk 2(External line 2).
In general, there is no need set 0 group, because all telephone not in
[Router Numbers] parameters belong to 0 group, the common group.
Note: Do not set a nonexistent group.
For example, in the Main parameters, you can see
“Trunk 1 belongs to Trunk Group”: 0.
“Trunk 2 belong to Trunk Group”: 1.
“Trunk 3 belong to Trunk Group”: 2.
“Trunk 4 belong to Trunk Group”: 3.
You can realise that group 4 is not set. So, it is erronous if you set a
“GroupID” as 4 in “Router Numbers” parameters.
[Query]: Searching certain parameters among all router data by query option.
[Delete]: Delete records by query option.
[Export To Excel]: It will export router numbers data to a excel file.
[Import From Excel]: To import router parameters from ax excel file. First and
foremost, the format of the excel file must tally with the router format.
[Send Data To Device]: Send all parameters to telephone router.
[Read Data]: Read router numbers from telephone router.
Add Router Number method:
Select group ID in [GroupID] field, then input phone number in [Router Number]
field, then click [Add] button.
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Delete Router Number method:
1. Delete one record of router number. At first select a record, then click
[Delete] button.
2. Delete a batch of seriate records of router number.
Multiple lines selection: move the mouse to the position of
the beginning of the line, press the left button of the
mouse, drag the mouse. The selected multiple lines will be
displayed with deep color.
At first, make multiple line selection, then, click [Delete] button.
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[ID] is only a series No. It has no other function.
[GroupID] is trunk group. The value is 0-3.
[Dial Option]: It has 5 options.
1. [Add Prefix Number Before All]: If Dial Option had been set this way,
the system will add a prefix when a target number is detected.
For example:
GroupID: 1
Source number = Invalid
TargetNumber: 17951
If the customer dialed number “00186337898”, and the number
“00186337898” and that belonged to special group 1, the system will
send out phone number “1795100186337898”.
Note: every group must have a unique [Add Prefix Number Before
All] parameter. If the [SourceNumber] is “Invalid”. [TargetNumber] can
be set as blank.
2. [Add Prefix Number For Special Number]:
For example:
GroupID: 1
Source Number: 022
Target Number: 17909
If a customer dialed number “02286337898”, it begins with “022”, and
if the number “022” is belongs to special group 1, the system will dial
out a number “1790902286337898”.
3. [Replace Number]:
For example:
GroupID: 1
Source Number: 0
TargetNumber: 17909
If a customer dialed number “075786337898”, that begins with “0”. If
the number “0” is associated with special group 1, then the system will
delete 0 and substitute a prefix 17909 and then dial out
“1790975786337898”.
4. [Insert Number]
For example:
GroupID: 1
Source Number: 123
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TargetNumber: 17909
Then, if a customer dialed number “12386337898”, and if the number
“123” belonged to special group 1, then The system will dial out
phone number “1231790986337898”.
5. [Delete And Add Number]: Only [Dial Option] had been set as this
option, the corresponding [DeleteLen] is valid.
For example:
GroupID: 1
Source Number: 00
TargetNumber: 17909
DeleteLen: 5
If a customer dialed number “0075786337898”, the digit string begin
with 00. If the number “00” is associated to special group 1, then, the
system will be dialing out phone number “1790986337898”. It deletes 5
digits, and replace it with 17909.
[Remark]: Only a simple description about the telephone numbers.
[Send Data To Device]: Send all parameters to telephone router.
[Read Data]: Read “replace dial numbers” from telephone router.
10. Query Version
Operation: Pick up the handset of any extension telephone and dial
*#6, then hang up. The telephone set will display some number like
“884048010212”. The telephone set must have Caller ID function. The
“88” is “Caller ID Add Prefix Number”. The “404801” is version number.
The “02” indicate the current telephone set is connected in the second
extension port. The “12” is the extension number.
11. Other function
[ExportAll]: It can export all parameters to a “*.zip” file.
[ImportAll]: It can import all parameters from a “*.zip” file. The import file must
have been previously built by [ExportAll].
For example, if you had configured all parameters and downloaded to the
device, the device is working correctly, you can export [ExportAll] to make a
backup of all parameters. Press the button [Export All], PC Software will store
all the parameters to a file of “*.zip”. Afterwards, you can modify/change a
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parameters. You can use PC Software [Import All] to import all the backup
data and “Send Data to Device”. In this way, you can recover all the
parameters as you set previously. You can also send the parameters data to
your remote clients in the above method.
12. Product Specification
Power Supply: AC230V±10% 50/60HZ & AC110V±10%
Power consumption: ≤15W
Ringing Current: AC70V±10% 50HZ
Environment temperature: 0-40℃
Humidity: 10%-90%
13. Case Study - 2
(Programming by Setting Tool Software)
A company called ACME wants the following implemented.
Two PSTN lines terminated on Line1 and Line 2.
Aristel AN1001, a GSM dialer terminated Line 4.
Three SLT phones,( MultiPhone SLT70) installed as Tel1, Tel3 and Tel 4.
Engenius SN902, long range cordless base station with one handset
terminated as Tel2
Line 1 incoming calls are expected to ring Tel 1, Tel 2 and Tel 4 only.
Line 2 incoming call to ring Tel 3 only.
Incoming mobile calls through GSM dialer AN1001 is to ring Tel 1 and Tel 4
All external calls except Mobile calls need to pass through Line 1 and Line 2.
All Mobile calls starting on 04 need to pass through AN1001 GSM dialer
terminated on Line 4
Tel 3 should have capability to Call Forward all calls either to Tel 2 or to his
Mobile 0427 888 888 and to cancel the call forward when desired. Call
forwarded Mobile calls need to pass through AN1001,
GSM dialer,
terminated on Line 4.
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Installation and programming.
1. Install Aristel PABX 4x4 &Two Way Router at suitable place and power
on. Check red LED flashing.
2. Terminate lines 1 and 2.
3. Connect AN1001 GSM dialer to Line 4
4. Install Aristel Multiphones SLT70 on the Tele ports 1, 3 and 4
5. Connect Engenus SN902 long range phone as Tele 2
6. Connect the Com port of the PABX to the PC com port using the cable
provided.
7. Power on PC
8. Load the CD provided on your PC and copy the whole content into a
separate folder of your PC..
9. Open the folder and double click RouterSet icon.
10. Telephone Router Setting screen will appear.
11. On top of the screen click Comm Set.
12. A small Comm Set screen will appear. Select your COM port and select
Baud Rate 9600 and save,
13. Main Parameters screen will appear.
14. Now, click “Send Data to Device” to send raw data to the router. Then
click “Read Data” to read data from the PABX/Router.
15. There are 3 windows. 1 Main Parameters 2. Router numbers 3. Replace dial
Numbers.
16. Enter the following data into each screen and then save the data by clicking
“Send Data to Device”
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13.1 Main Parameters Setting (a)
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Main Parameters Setting (b)
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Main Parameters Setting (c)
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13.2 Router Numbers
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14. Call forward programming
SLT phones
How to Call forward Tel 3 to Tel 2 (Engenius)
Lift the handset of Tel 13 and dial * # 8 * 1 2
You will hear a confirmation beep. Hang up.
You can store this dial string as a speed dial number on one of the DSS keys of
SLT70.(Refer to para. 5.2)
How to Call Forward Tel 3 to Mobile number 0427 888 888
Lift the handset of Tel 13 and dial * # 8 0427888888# and hang up
You can store this dial string as a speed dial number on one of the DSS keys of
SLT70. (Refer to para. 5.2)
How to cancel Call Forwarding.
Lift handset of Tel 13 and dial * # 8 #
You can store this dial string as a speed dial number on one of the DSS keys of
SLT70. (Refer to para. 5.2)
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Illustration showing
systems connectivity and routing capabilities of
Aristel 4 X 4 PABX and 2-Way Router
Aristel Networks Pty Ltd,
Melbourne
www.aristel.com.au
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