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AT&T Network Adapter 25 Installation And Maintenance Manual

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AT&T System 25
Installation and
Maintenance Manual
555-540-103 B
November 1995

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    AT&T AT&T System 25 Installation and Maintenance Manual 555-540-103 B November 1995...

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    ©1989 AT&T All Rights Reserved Printed in USA TO ORDER COPIES OF THIS DOCUMENT REFER TO DOCUMENT NUMBER 555-540-103 Contact: Your AT&T sales representative, or Call: 800-432-6600, Monday through Friday between 7:30 am and 6:00 pm EST, or In Canada call: 800-255-1242 Write: AT&T Customer Information 2855 North Franklin Road P.O.

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    Do not open the fan assembly or remove rear cabinet cover before unplugging the cabinet from the electrical outlet. Wait at least five minutes after unplugging the power cord before removing the rear cover or power supply. The AT&T System 25 cabinets are not user serviceable.

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    THE FOLLOWING SYMBOLS AND PICTOGRAPHS SYMBOL APPEAR ON THE EQUIPMENT The exclamation point within triangle to alert the user to the presence of important and maintenance (servicing) instructions ELECTRICAL SHOCK Warns of the danger o f e l e c t r i c a l s h o c k from hazardous voltages present within the control unit...

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    FCC NOTIFICATION AND REPAIR INFORMATION AT&T SYSTEM 25 This telephone equipment is registered with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in accordance with Part 68 of its Rules. In compliance with the Rules, be advised of the following: MEANS OF CONNECTION Connection of this telephone equipment to the nationwide telecommunications network shall be through a standard network interface USOC RJ21X jack.

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    that certification in writing may be required when an existing multifunction system is being reconfigured as a Key system, if the customer desires the lower rate. — For Digital connections with D4 Framing Format provide the Facility interface code 041DU9-B, for digital connections with Extended Framing Format, provide the Facility interface code 04DU9-C.

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    Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY The voice terminals described in this manual are compatible with inductively coupled hearing aids as prescribed by the FCC.

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    FCC WARNING STATEMENT Federal Communicatlons Commission (FCC) Rules require that you be notified of the following: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications.

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    normally dialed from a telephone associated with the system. Such an off- premises network call is originated at, and will be billed from, the system location. The Remote Access feature, as designed, helps the customer, through proper administration, to minimize the ability of unauthorized persons to gain access to the network.

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    When possible, block out-of-hours calling. Frequently monitor system call detail reports for quicker detection of any unauthorized or abnormal calling patterns. Limit Remote Call Forward to persons on a “need-to-know” basis.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION FCC PRECAUTIONS INSTALLATION TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT CROSS-CONNECT EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION Trunk Access Equipment 700A-110-BI -25 or 700A-66-B1-25 Cut-Down Jack 108 Emergency Transfer Unit (ETU) Station Interconnect Panel (SIP) 617A Panel Adapters Fanning Strip C a b l e s Splitter Cables Octopus Cables 853B Adapter Cable...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    TDM Bus Connections. Ground Wire Connections. POWER UP AND INITIALIZE SYSTEM Connect Power Connect Administration Equipment Cold Start the System Check Performance of Cabinet Components Report Problems Initialize System INSTALL CROSS-CONNECT EQUIPMENT Install TAE, 617A Panels, and Fanning Strips Mount 858A orZ210A2 Adapters INSTALL MODULAR BULK POWER SUPPLY (Optional) INSTALL EQUIPMENT ROOM TRUNK CABLING...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Make SIP Connections for Data Terminals and Computers Make SIP Connections to Cabinet for ATL Cordless T e l e p h o n e s Perform SIP Housekeeping EMERGENCY TRANSFER UNITS (ETUs) INSTALL Make Emergency Transfer Connections Install Ground-Start Key CONSOLE INSTALL ATTENDANT INSTALL TERMINALS...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    7300H Series Voice Terminals INSTALL MUSIC-ON-HOLD INTERFACE FCC-Registered Music Source Interface Non-FCC Registered Music Source Interface INSTALL EXTERNAL ALERTS INSTALL RECORDED DELAY ANNOUNCEMENT INSTALL DICTATlON SYSTEM INTERFACE INSTALL PAGING SYSTEM INTERFACE Direct Connection to TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP Connection to TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP (278A Adapter Required) Connection to ZTN76 or ZTN77 CP SYSTEM TESTS...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    MAKE POOLED MODEM TEST CALL TEST TRANSFER TO DATA TEST EXTERNAL ALERT (NIGHT SERVICE) TEST DICTATION SYSTEM ACCESS PAGING INTERFACE TEST MUSIC-ON HOLD TEST EMERGENCY TRANSFER TEST TOUCH-TONE RECEIVERS TEST MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT NEEDED Precautions GENERAL INFORMATION System Errors and Alarms Emergency Transfer Circuit Pack LEDs Attendant Console LED...

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    ROUTINE MAINTENANCE Reseating and Replacing Circuit Packs Removing and Restoring Power Restarting the System ERROR LOG Accessing the Error Log From the SAT ERROR MESSAGES Clearing System-Detected Troubles Complete System Failure Common Control Trouble Circuit Pack Trouble Frontplane Ribbon Connector Trouble (Release 1 O n l y ) Power Supply Trouble Power Supply Protection...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    REFERENCES ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS APPENDIX A: System Wiring Connector Pin Assignments System 25 Building Wiring APPENDIX B: Parts Listing APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes E v a l u a t e C a b i n e t U n i t P o w e r L o a d Add Circuit Pack Add Cabling Set Option Switches on TN760B CP...

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    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages GLOSSARY I N D E X -viii-...

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    1 0 B E A U Figure 2-1. Figure 2-2. 617A Panel Figure 2-3. SIP Adapters Figure 2-4. 50A Fanning Strip Figure 2-5. Splitter Cables Figure 2-6. O c t o p u s C a b l e Figure 2-6a. 853B Adapter Cable Figure 2-7.

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    Figure 2-37. Stand-Alone Voice Terminal Connections Figure 2-38. Stand-Alone Remotely Powered Voice Terminal Connections Figure 2-39. Single-Line Terminal/ADU Connections Figure 2-40. 7300H Series Terminal/ADU Connections Figure 2-41. DS1 to D4 Connections for Off-Premises Stations 2-97 Figure 2-42. Local Powering of an ADU Figure 2-43.

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    Figure 4-8. AC Power Schematic Figure 4-9. System Cabinet Backplane Wiring Side (Sheet 1 of 2) Figure 4-10. TDM Signal Destinations on Cabinet Backplane Figure 4-11. P o w e r D e s i g n a t i o n s o n C a b i n e t B a c k p l a n e Figure 4-11.a.

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    Table E-C. Voice Terminal Type Codes Table E-D. Feature Button Translation (Menu=1/2) Table E-E. Multiline Voice Terminal Button Defaults Table E-F. Switched Loop Attendant Console Button Defaults (Type 310) Table E-G. Switched Loop Attendant Console Button Defaults (Type 311) Table E-H. Direct Trunk Attendant Console Button Defaults (Cold-Start Defaults) Table E-1.

  • Page 23: Introduction

    This manual provides procedures and information for installing, and testing the AT&T System 25 Release 3 and associated equipment. The maintenance information contained in Section 4 pertains to the AT&T System 25 Release 1, Versions 1 and 2 (RI VI and R1V2), Release 2, Version 1 (R2V1 ), as well as to AT&T System 25 Release 3, Version 1,2 and 3 (R3V1, R3V2 and R3V3).

  • Page 24: Fcc Precautions, Abbreviations And Acronyms

    INTRODUCTION Section 5 References-Lists and d o c u m e n t a t i o n Section 6 Abbreviations and Acronyms-Lists and describes abbreviations and acronyms frequently encountered in System 25 documentation Appendix A. System Wiring Table–Lists pinouts and wiring used with System 25 Appendix B.

  • Page 25: Installation

    INSTALLATION Installation of a System 25 requires the completion of a number of basic steps, similar to those required to install any customer switching system. Assuming that the building (station) wiring is already in place, the recommended sequence of steps for installation of the system is as follows: Preinstallation Requirements 2.

  • Page 26: Tools And Test Equipment

    INSTALLATION TOOLS TEST EQUIPMENT Table 2-A lists tools and test equipment required for installing a System 25. Table 2-A. Tools and Test Equipment Required for Installation T a s k s Install Push Drill Cross-Connect Screwdriver Field Carpenter’s Level R u l e Chalk Line 11 O-type Punch-down Tool A d a p t e r...

  • Page 27: Cross-connect Equipment Description

    CROSS-CONNECT EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION This section provides a brief description of some of connect/interconnect equipment. More details on the can be found in the Reference Manual (555-540-200). the following: Trunk Access Equipment 700A Jacks Emergency Transfer Unit Station Interconnect Panel — 617A Panel Adapters Fanning Strip Cables...

  • Page 28: Trunk Access Equipment, Emergency Transfer Unit (etu)

    Access Trunk Equipment The trunk access equipment (TAE) consists of 700A-I 10-61-25 or 700A-66- B1 -25 (157BF) cut-down jacks, or equivalent, and up to four 10B Emergency Transfer Units (ETUs). The 10B ETU is shown in Figure 2-1. 700A- 110-M-25 or 700A-66-B1-25 (157BF) Cut-Down Jack Trunk circuits that appear on the network interfaces are grouped by trunk type (Direct Inward Dialing [DID], Central Office [CO], or Tie) and punched down on the 700A jack.

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    INSTALLATION NOTE: 9“ WIDE, MOUNTING CENTERS ARE 8-1/2” APART, FLANGES OVERLAPPED Figure 2-1. 10B ETU...

  • Page 30: A Panel

    INSTALLATION Station Interconnect Panel The SIP is the station cross-connect field and consists of the following equipment: 617A Panels A d a p t e r s 50A Fanning Strips. 617A Panel The 617A Panel is a metal plate with keyslot holes on each side for mounting on a backboard.

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    INSTALLATION MOUNTING CENTERS WHEN FLANGES ARE OVERLAPPED Figure 2-2. 617A Panel...

  • Page 32: Adapters

    INSTALLATION Adapters The adapters shown in Figure 2-3 are used at the SIP. Z210A2 or 858A Adapters These adapters connect the building wiring (station runs) to the station port circuit packs (CPs) located in the system cabinets (through octopus cables). As many as 40 of these adapters may be required for a maximum size system, Any combination of the adapters can be used, depending upon the type of building wiring.

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    INSTALLATION Z21OA1 858A ADAPTER ADAPTER Y-ADAPTER WP90851,L1 Figure 2-3. SIP Adapters...

  • Page 34: Fanning Strip

    INSTALLATION Fanning Strip The 50A Fanning Strip (Figure 2-4) is a metal panel with positions to hold 16 octopus (switch) cables. anchored at the fanning strip. The eight octopus cable cords hang free. One fanning strip is required for 1-cabinet systems. Two fanning strips are required for 2- or 3-cabinet systems.

  • Page 35: Cable, Splitter Cables

    Cables Splitter Cables The splitter cables (Figure 2-5) connect trunk circuits from the 700A jacks to the system cabinets or 10B ETU (3:1 only). 3:1 Splitter Cable (WP90929, L1) This cable connects the twenty-four 1-pair trunk circuits on a 700A jack to three 8-port trunk circuit packs (loop start, ground start, or DID).

  • Page 36: Octopus Cables, B Adapter Cable

    INSTALLATION Octopus Cables Octopus cables (Figure 2-6) connect the station port and CPU/Memory circuit packs to the SIP adapters. Each cable consists of a 25-pair male connector that connects to the switch cabinet and eight modular plugs that connect to the SIP adapters.

  • Page 37: Cable Labels

    connector and a KS23146,L3 50-pin male connector. To connect a DS1 interface circuit pack to a 551-type Unit (CSU), field terminate the 15-pin plug. To connect DS1 tie trunks on co-located System 25s, 50-pin male connector (see Figure 2-1 9). C6E connector cable (comcode 104307 434)—1 00-foot long shielded cable equipped with a 50-pin male connector on one end and a 50-pin female connector on the other end.

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    INSTALLATION AT&T CAR 1 LABELS CABLE CAB1 SLOT1 CAB1 SLOT1 CAB1 SLOT2 CAB1 SLOT2 CABl SLOT3 CAB1 SLOT3 CAB1 SLOT4 CAB1 SLOT4 CAB1 SLOT5 CAB1 SLOT5 CAB1 SLOT6 CAB1 SLOT6 CAB1 SLOT7 CAB1 SLOT7 CAB1 SLOT8 CAB1 SLOT8 CABl SLOT9 CAB1 SLOT9 CAB1 SLOT10 CAB1 SLOT10...

  • Page 39: Symbols Used In Figures

    INSTALLATION Symbols Used in Figures Modular jacks are shown by the triangle symbol. The 25-pair connectors are indicated by shaded blocks. Generally, only one leg of an octopus cable is shown. Unterminated wiring requiring cut down or other termination does not show symbolic designations.

  • Page 40: Preinstallation Requirements, Table And Backboard, Network Interface

    INSTALLATION PREINSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS The AT&T System 25 Reference Manual (555-540-200) listing of System 25 equipment location requirements. Before installation begins, check the items described in this section. Caution: System 25 cross connect hardware must be located in a restricted access area only. Table and Backboard Verify that an equipment table and cross-connect backboard are installed.

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    NOTES : 115V AC, 60 Hz, 15 AMP OUTLETS (HUBBELL 5262 OR EQUIVALENT) MUST BE LOCATED WITHIN 4 FEET OF SYSTEM CABINETS. MULTIPLE CABINET SYSTEMS REQUIRE TWO QUAD OUTLETS, SINGLE CABINET SYSTEMS REQUIRE ONE QUAD OUTLET. ALLOW AT LEAST 24 INCHES OF SPACE IN FRONT OF CABINETS.

  • Page 42: Ac Power, Grounding

    AC Power All cabinets and any locally-connected System 25 peripheral equipment (System Administration Terminal [SAT], Station Message Detail Recording [SMDR] device, Digital Tape Unit [DTU]), and Customer Service Unit (CSU) used for DS1 connections must be plugged into the common ac power outlet. This outlet must have an associated ground block connected to an approved building ground, using #6 AWG copper wire.

  • Page 43: Lightning Protection

    metal frame of the building, a concrete encased ground, or a ground ring. If these grounds are not available, the water pipe ground can be supplemented by one of the following types of grounds. Metal underground gas piping system—an electrically continuous metal underground gas piping system that is uninterrupted with insulating sections or joints and without an outer nonconductive coating.

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    INSTALLATION A single-point ground (SPG) system in which the green wire ground (system ground) and the telephone company ground are connected to approved building ground. The coupled bonding conductor must be connected between the telephone company ground at the building entrance and System 25’s SPG.

  • Page 45: Secondary Protection

    Secondary Protection External secondary protection, located at the trunk access area of the System 25 cross-connect field, is required for all trunks and off-premises lines. Refer to Table 2-B for approved trunk protectors. FROM AC LOAD CENTER (TWO SEPARATELY FUSED 15 AMP C I R C U I T S ) LOAD CENTER...

  • Page 46: Building Wiring

    INSTALLATION Building Wiring Building (station) wiring (must be 24 AWG or heavier) from voice and data terminals to the equipment location should already be in place. System 25 wiring requires that 4-pair circuits be distributed from the equipment location to each station’s wall jack. The SIP hardware (Figures 2-2 through 2-6), designed specifically for this purpose, is furnished with each system.

  • Page 47: Install System Cabinets, Position Cabinet(s), Check Cabinet Contents

    INSTALL SYSTEM CABINETS Before beginning the cabinet installation, position the cabinet table within 2 feet of the ac power receptacle. Make sure that the cabinets are easily accessible from both the front and the back. Position Cabinet(s) Caution: A fully-equipped cabinet weighs 80 p o u n d s . Unscrew and remove the upper rear panel of each unscrew the lower part with the 12 connectors.

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    INSTALLATION Table 2-B. Circuit Packs, Their Functions, and Protectors Approved Secondary Wiring Protector SCP-1 or 79A lTW/LlNX343* I ROB ITWILINX343* lROB SCP-1 , SCP-2, SCP-3, or LP5-230-220 SCP-1 , SCP-2, SCP-3, or LP5-230-220 SCP-1 or 79A SCP 1 or 79A SCP-1 or 79A SCP-1 or 79A lTW/LlNX343* I ROB...

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    Two fans are located on the left-hand front side of each cabinet. The cabinet’s power supply is located behind the fans; to the right of the power supply are up to 12 CPs in individual slots. Each CP is identified by a label on the front.

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    INSTALLATION Figure 2-10. Three-Cabinet System, Front View With Covers Removed 2-26...

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    INSTALLATION Position of Shorting Plugs on CPU/Memory Circuit Pack Figure 2-11. 2-27...

  • Page 52: Station Interconnect Panel (sip), Required Circuit Pack Positions, Label Connectors On Back Cover

    INSTALLATION Required Circuit Pack Positions The required CP positions for Cabinet 1 are: SLOT Also, all DID Trunk circuit packs should be installed in Cabinet 1. There are no other restrictions on CP position in a single-cabinet or multicabinet system; however, you should refer to the power supply unit load requirements for the maximum unit loads for each CP type within a single cabinet.

  • Page 53: Install 4a Retainer Clips

    INSTALLATION Install 4A Retainer Clips The 4A retainer clips must be installed on each of the 12 receptacles on the lower rear panel of the cabinets. To install a clip, position it and insert the legs in the cabinet as shown in Figure 2-12. 4A Retainer Clip Installation Figure 2-12.

  • Page 54: Connect Cabinet, Tdm Bus Connections

    INSTALLATION Connect Cabinets The Time Division Multiplex (TDM) bus extender cable and the intercabinet #6 AWG ground wire must be connected between cabinets. The TDM bus terminates on each side of the cabinet, and the intercabinet #6 AWG ground wire connects to the ground block at the rear of each cabinet. Note: Make certain that the address plug is installed in the rear pin field of each cabinet (see Figure 2-13).

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    INSTALLATION side up). Install the upper rear panels. Route the extender cable between the slots formed by the upper and lower rear panels. 2-31...

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    INSTALLATION T E R M CARD ADDR PLUG TDM B EXTEN CABLE P L U P L U G Figure 2-13. TDM Bus Terminations (Rear View of 3-Cabinet System) 2-32 ~ C A B I N E T 3 O N / O F F .

  • Page 57: Ground Wire Connections, Power Up And Initialize System, Connect Power

    Ground Wire Connections The cabinets are connected to the single-point ground with #6 AWG copper wires. (Building ground requirements are described in Preinstallation Requirements in this section.) Warning: The cabinet power switches must be set to off. In 2- or 3-cabinet systems, connect a #6 AWG wire between the ground blocks of Cabinets 1 and 2 and Cabinets 1 and 3.

  • Page 58: Connect Administration Equipment

    INSTALLATION Starting with Cabinet 2 or 3, turn on the power switch on each cabinet [Cabinet 1 must be last). IMPORTANT: If power to Cabinet 1 is not turned cold start initialization may not occur properly. Check to be sure that the cabinet fans are rotating. Connect Administration Equipment Connect the SAT and DTU to their respective modular jacks on an 858A Adapter at the SIP.

  • Page 59: Cold Start The System

    Cold Start the System To ensure that the system recognizes the current position of the CPs, you must cold start the system before beginning initialization. A cold start causes the system to check all slots for valid CP types and assign default translations to ail ports (except auxiliary trunk ports).

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    7. The system will respond with: Action= Enter 20 for a cold start. The system will respond with: Save/Restore: Action=20 Data= 9. Enter D. The system will complete the word Data followed by the = sign. Enter 1 for a cold start or 2 for a limited cold start. The system will respond with: Save/Restore: Action=20 Data=1 (or You are about to initiate a cold start...

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    Cold and warm starts both display the same type of information on the SAT. This consists of a listing of the version of the firmware loaded in the CPU/Memory CP, followed by a configuration listing of all CPs recognized by the system. The CPU/Memory CP is not in the configuration listing;...

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    INSTALLATION The SAT message for a cold or warm start appears after the system has performed all self-tests and reading of its configuration. Typical cold start SAT message is as follows. The example is for a 2-cabinet system. Typical Release 3 Version 3 Cold Start Message RESTART TS ROM pair FC ROM pair...

  • Page 63: Check Performance Of Cabinet Components

    Check Performance of Cabinet Components Each CP has three colored LEDs on the front panel that indicate whether it is functioning properly or not. When a cold start is performed, the system undergoes a series of self-tests and loads default translations. Upon initial power application, each CP tests itself.

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    INSTALLATION Table 2-D. Circuit Pack Type Service Circuit (ZTN85 or ZTN131 [R3]) CPU/Memory (ZTN129 or ZTN130 [R3]) All Other Note: The red and green LEDs can both be lighted at the same time. In normal operation, a lighted red LED indicates that an alarm has been recorded for that CP.

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    If all the CPs are operating properly, only the green LED on the CPU/Memory CP and the amber LED on the Service Circuit should be flashing. If any other CP has a no-lighted LED, the CP may need to be reseated. All port CPs green LED remains dark until at least one port on the CP has been translated.

  • Page 66: Report Problems

    INSTALLATION Figure 2-15. Typical System 25 Port Circuit Pack Report Problems Follow local procedures to report faulty or damaged equipment. 2-42 November 1995...

  • Page 67: Initialize System, Install Cross-connect Equipment

    Initialize System Instructions for initializing the system implementation forms) are provided in the Administration Manual (555-540-500). Before trunks using DS1 Signaling are administered, all link Note: level parameters such as signaling and framing and all link level alarms must be cleared. If this is not possible, PBXs at each end will not work.

  • Page 68: Install Tae, 617a Panels, And Fanning Strips

    INSTALLATION Install TAE, 617A Panels, and Fanning Strips To install this equipment, proceed as follows: For each RJ21X, RJ2GX, and RJ48X 700A Jack 1/2-inch from the edge of switch cabinet(s). Mount the first 617A Panel. Position and mount the first 50A Fanning Strip next to the 617A Panel.

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    1 / 2 " ADD'L 700A BLOCK ADD'L 700A BLOCK ADD'L 700A B L O C K A D D ' L 6 1 7 A ADD'L 700A PANEL ADD'L B L O C K E T U 700A B L O C K A D D ' L 7 0 0 A E T U...

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    INSTALLATION N O T E : G R E A T E R T H A N 4 8 " F O R 5 - P A N E L A R R A N G E M E N T F I R S T 1 0 8 E T U...

  • Page 71

    Mount 858A or 2210A2 Adapters To install these adapters, proceed as follows: Using a wide blade screwdriver, pry off the upper adapter mounting clip on the 617A Panel (Figure 2-18). Fit the mounting clip on the top of the adapter. 3.

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    INSTALLATION UPPER ADAPTER MOUNTING CLIP Figure 2-18. Mounting Adapters...

  • Page 73: Install Equipment Room Trunk Cabling, Connect Network Interfaces To Tae Blocks

    INSTALL MODULAR BULK POWER SUPPLY (Optimal) The 346 Modular Bulk Power Supply (MBPS) is a cost-effective and flexible alternative to the KS-2291 1 power supply. The 346 MBPS can be used where the wall-mounted (outlet) KS-2291 1 power supply cannot be used or where multiple KS-2291 1 power supplies are required.

  • Page 74

    INSTALLATION Tie trunks must be segregated on a separate block because a different splitter cable is used. Also, off-premises stations must be segregated one 700A Jack. The first five trunks in each group of eight (loop start or ground start trunks only) can be connected through an ETU to five power failure transfer stations.

  • Page 75: Connect Cabinet To Tae Block, Connect Ground Start, Loop Start, And Did Trunks

    Connect Cabinets to TAE Blocks The connections between the cabinets and the TAE blocks are made using connectorized splitter cables. Make sure that each trunk group on each connecting block is connected to the correct type of CP and protected with its approved secondary protector (as shown in Table 2-B).

  • Page 76: Connect Tie Trunks

    INSTALLATION Connect Tie Trunks A 2:1 connectorized splitter cable, WP90929, L3, is required to connect the 700A Jack to the cabinet for tie trunks. Install secondary protectors (see Table 2-B). Using the cable label sheets provided (Figure 2-7), label the back of the hood of each of the connectors (1 and 2) on the two legs of the splitter cable.

  • Page 77: Install Ds1, Connect S25 To Another On Premises Pbx

    Install DS1 signaling allows a digital connection between the System 25 and other PBXs, Central Offices, Toll Offices, off premise stations, and data end points such as host computers. The TN767 emulates ground start, Ioopstart, tie and DID Trunks in addition to off premises stations. The ZTN131 circuit pack provides the required digital synchronization.

  • Page 78

    INSTALLATION Figure 2-19. NOTE: FOR DISTANCES OVER 50 FEET (15.2 M) USE C6E CONNECTOR CABLE(S) BETWEEN H600 307,G2 CONNECTOR CABLE AND DS1 TRUNK CIRCUIT PACK. Figure 2-20. Connections Between 1311 and 4310 Feet For distances between 1311 and 4310 feet, CSUs equipped with Office repeaters must be used to regenerate the DS1 signal.

  • Page 79

    Figure 2-21. DS1 Connections—4311 Feet or More For distances of more than 4311 feet, T1 line repeaters are required in addition to the CSUs. See the “Install CSU” section of this manual for Figure 2-22 shows a functional diagram of this installing the CSU.

  • Page 80: Off Premises Metallic (cable) Connections, Off Premises Non Metallic Connections

    INSTALLATION Off Premises Metallic (Cable) Connections The connection between the System 25 and another cases a T1 line with repeaters. The proper lightning protection must be provided (as shown in Table 2-B). Figure 2-23 shows a diagram of the off premise cabling.

  • Page 81

    MICROWAVE INTERFACE LIGHT-GUIDE I N T E R F A C E INFRARED INTERFACE 655 FEET M A X I M U M A N Y INTERFACE *DSX-1 REFERS Figure 2-24. Install Customer Service The CSU may either be rack mounted or mounted as a standalone unit. It can be equipped with several different plug in units, the Signal Monitor Unit, T1 Office Repeater, and a Fault Location Filter.

  • Page 82: Line Compensation/equalization, Connect Coupled Bonding Conductor (cbc)

    Connect the CSU The CSU can be powered by the line or from a locally provided -48 V dc power supply. Figure 2-25 shows the connections for connecting the CSU. The 48 V and GRD leads are optional according to how the CSU is powered. H 6 0 0 3 0 7 , 0 2 C O N N E C T O R CABLE (NOTE)

  • Page 83

    Consideration should be given to installing secondary protection on each out-of-building facility connected to the TAE if any of the following conditions e x i s t : The service entrance (protector block) ground is not properly installed (bonded to building ground, for example). The local telephone company does not permit access to the protector block.

  • Page 84: Install Equipment Room Station Cabling

    INSTALLATION INSTALL EQUIPMENT ROOM STATION CABLING System 25 is connected to the building (station) wiring in two stages. First, the building wiring is connected to the Station Interconnect Panel (SIP). Then, the octopus cables from the back of the cabinets are connected to the SIP.

  • Page 85

    INSTALLATION 2-61...

  • Page 86: Connect Building Wiring To Sip, Modular Plug Termination

    INSTALLATION Connect Building Wiring to SIP The type of building wiring termination determines what types of adapters are used. Two types are supported: 4-pair cable (cut down) and modular jack. Any combination of adapters may be mounted on a 617A Panel. Cluster the connection on the SIP by voice terminal type: single-line, 7300H Series*, Multibutton Electronic Telephone (MET), and voice/data.

  • Page 87

    Z21OA1 ADAPTER (MODULAR TO MODULAR) Figure 2-27. Modular Plug Terminations Connected to the SIP INSTALLATION PURSE LOCK CLIP ( TYPICAL) 2-63...

  • Page 88: Pair Cable Terminations

    INSTALLATION 4-Pair Cable Terminations Each 4-pair cable supports one station (Figure 2-28). It connects to a wiring block on a 858A Adapter. Run the 4-pair cable through the rings at the top of the 617A Panels. Cut down the leads starting with Pin 1 of the wiring block located beside the modular jack (Figure 2-28).

  • Page 89

    ZZ1OA1 ADAPTER (MODULAR TO MODULAR) Figure 2-28. Cut Down Terminations Connected to the SIP INSTALLATION PURSE LOCK CLIP (TYPICAL) 2-65...

  • Page 90: Connect Cabinets To Sip

    INSTALLATION Connect Cabinets to SIP Table 2-E shows the type of terminals that can be connected to each CP type and the maximum allowable cabling distances to the system cabinets. Refer to the Voice and Data Station Records Form for the terminal types assigned to each workstation.

  • Page 91: Prepare Carrier Loading Labels

    Prepare Carrier Loading Labels As you connect the port CPs in each cabinet to the SIP, list the connections on the Carrier Loading label. This label is mounted on the inside of the front cover of the cabinet. (See Figure 2-29.) Keep track of –48 volt power usage so that the power supply is not overloaded.

  • Page 92

    INSTALLATION 2-68...

  • Page 93: Modify Octopus Cables If Required

    Modify Octopus Cables if Required If flag--type cable ties are shipped loose, they must be installed on the early production octopus cables. The flag-type cable tie location depends on the type of SIP arrangement (Figures 2-16 and 2-17). Also, if the alternate SIP arrangement is used, later production octopus cables must be modified.

  • Page 94

    INSTALLATION T O S W I T C H S W I T C H D I S T R I B U T I O N R I N G A D A P T E R S O N S I P ( D - R I N G S ) A S R E Q ’...

  • Page 95: Make Sip Connection For Cpu/memory

    Make SIP Connection for CPU/Memory In all cases, the CPU/Memory is connected to the SIP via an octopus cable. Since there are four ports on the CPU/Memory (port 1 for the SAT, port 2 for SMDR, port 3 for the DTU, and port 4 [reserved]), plugs 1 through 3 on the octopus cable are used to connect the peripheral equipment.

  • Page 96

    INSTALLATION FLAG-TYPE CABLE TIES STANDARD CABLE ALTERNATE SIP ARRANGEMENT MODIFIED CABLE FOR AT 65” REMOVED) (FLAG TIE Figure 2-31. Mounting Octopus Cable on Fanning Strip 2-72...

  • Page 97

    SIP Connections to Cabinet for 7300H Series Terminals Make Select the cable label sheet (Figure 2-7) that identifies the cabinet (blue for #1, orange for #2, and green for #3). On an octopus cable, attach an appropriate label (CAB1 SLOT8, for example) on the last flag-type cable tie and on the back of the hood of the 25-pair connector.

  • Page 98: Make Sip Connections To Cabinet For Single-line Sets

    INSTALLATION Make Connections to Cabinet for MET Sets Follow the same procedure as for 7300H Series terminals to connect MET set SIP appearances to the appropriate CPs as outlined below: Connect the 25-pair connector to a TN735 CP Attach a cable label to the octopus cable 25-pair connector and flag- type tie wrap Run the cable 10 the 50A Fanning Strip Plug cable ends into the appropriate SIP adapters...

  • Page 99

    Attach cable labels to the two octopus cable 25-pair connectors and flag-type tie wrap. Attach octopus cables to the 853B adapter Run the cables to the 50A Fanning Strip. Plug the cable ends into the appropriate adapters, and complete the Voice and Data Station Records Form.

  • Page 100: Make Sip Connections For Data Terminals And

    Make SIP Connections for Data Terminals and Computers Any RS-232C compatible data terminal, personal computer host computer, or a STAR LAN NETWORK workstation can be connected in one of four ways: If the terminal has a modem, it should be connected to a ZTN78 CP in the same way as a single-line voice terminal.

  • Page 101: Perform Sip Housekeeping

    Complete the Voice and Data Station Records Form (Figure 2-26). Make SIP Connections to Cabinet for ATL Cordless Telephones Follow the same procedure as for 7300H Series terminals to connect ATL Cordless Telephone SIP appearances to the appropriate CPs as outlined below: Connect the 25-pair connector to a ZTN79 CP Attach a cable label to the octopus cable 25-pair connector and...

  • Page 102

    Check that all cables are labeled. INSTALL EMERGENCY TRANSFER UNITS (ETUs) The 106 Emergency Transfer Unit (ETU) (Figure 2-32) supports up to five Power Failure Transfer (PFT) sets and a DID make-busy function. Up to four ETUs can be supported for a maximum of 20 PFT sets. The sets can be connected to selected loop-start or ground start trunks.

  • Page 103

    INSTALLATION Figure 2-32. 10B Emergency Transfer Unit 2-78...

  • Page 104

    INSTALLATION Figure 2-33. Emergency Transfer Unit Connections 2-79...

  • Page 105: Make Emergency Transfer Connections

    INSTALLATION Make Emergency Transfer Connections Note: The following procedure assumes that the network interfaces are connected to the 700A jacks and connector 0 of the 3:1 splitter cables has been connected to the jack. See Install Equipment Room Trunk Cabling in this part. Connect Trunk Lines From Cabinet to ETU Using the cable label sheets provided (Figure 2-7), label both ends of a B25A cable.

  • Page 106

    Connect a 25-pair plug on octopus cable to the SIP receptacle on the ETU. Mount the octopus cable on the 50A Fanning Strip (Figure 2-31). Connect all eight legs of the octopus cable to adapters (port side) at the SIP. The first five stations (legs 1 through 5) are the Power Failure Transfer stations.

  • Page 107

    Install Ground-Start Key If trunks are ground start (ZTN76 used), a ground-start key must be installed on the Power Failure Transfer voice terminals. This key can only be installed on voice terminals that have modular jacks. Unplug modular line cord from voice terminal. 2.Plug KS23566, L1 key into voice terminal line cord jack.

  • Page 108: Install Attendant Console

    INSTALL ATTENDANT CONSOLE Most systems will have one or two attendant consoles. Release 2 Version 1 and Release 3 systems support direct trunk attendant consoles (DTAC) or switched loop attendant consoles (SLAC). The system can support either one or two of the DTAC or SLAC consoles but not a combination of DTACs and SLACs.

  • Page 109

    INSTALLATION Attendant Console With DXS Console Figure 2-35. 2-84...

  • Page 110

    lf a DXS is supplied, place it beside the attendant console. For locally powered DXS, do Steps 5 through 8. For remotely powered DXS, do Steps 9 through 13. Locally Powered DXS Plug the 400B2 Adapter into the wall jack. Plug one end of the D6AP-87 Cord into the 6-conductor modular jack of the 400B2 Adapter;...

  • Page 111

    INSTALLATION LEGEND : HYBRID LINE CP ZTN79 - TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING B1 - cl - MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C2 - OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) C7 - MODULAR CORD (D6AP-87) P2 - NODULAR BULK POWER SUPPLY POWER UNIT (346A) POWER PANEL (346A-1) S1 - 23A1 SELECTOR CONSOLE-USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EITHER SLAC OR DTAC...

  • Page 112: Install Terminals

    INSTALL TERMINALS When installing terminals at workstations, consult the Voice and Data Station Records Form to make sure that you are connecting the right terminal type at each workstation. In a replacement installation, single-line and MET voice terminals already in place may not need to be replaced, although the MET labels change.

  • Page 113

    INSTALLATION Label Terminals Be sure to label the feature buttons of 7300H Series voice terminals replace labels on MET sets per Table Table 2-F. Feature Name Account Code Entry Agent Status for CMS Agent Status for CMS Agent Status for CMS Agent Status for CMS Attendant Message Waiting Automatic Intercom...

  • Page 114

    INSTALLATION Table 2-F. Feature Button Abbreviations and Labels (Contd.) * [ ] Indicates that a meaningful value for this item should be substituted. † These features cannot be changed or reassigned. Att.-Attendant Console November 1995 2-89...

  • Page 115

    Stand-Alone Voice Terminals See Figure 2-37. Unpack each terminal and examine it for damage. On Model 420 voice terminals, set the TONE/PULSE switch to TONE. 2. At the workstation, connect one end of the terminal line cord to the terminal and the other end to the modular wall jack. LEGEND: - TYPICAL-103A CONNECTING BLOCK* - M O D U L A R C O R D ( D 8 W - 8 7 ) - F U R N I S H E D W I T H S E T...

  • Page 116

    Stand-Alone Remotely Powered Voice Terminals See Figure 2-38. Unpack each terminal and examine it for damage. 2. At the workstation, connect one end of the terminal line cord to the terminal and the other end to the modular wall jack. LEGEND : ZTN79 - HYBRID LINE CP...

  • Page 117: Single-line And 7300h Series Voice Terminals With

    INSTALLATION Single-Line and 7300H Series Voice Terminals With Associated ADUs See Figures 2-39 and 2-40. Unpack each voice terminal and ADU and examine them for damage. Arrange 7300H Series terminals and single-line terminals with appropriate ADUs (see Note). Note: The Z3A1 ADU is equipped with a male RS-232C connector, and the Z3A4 ADU is equipped with a female RS-232C connector.

  • Page 118

    B1 - TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK Cl - MODULAR CORD (D8W-8T) C2 - OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) C5 - MODULAR CORD (D4BU-87) - FURNISHED WITH SET “ WI - INSIDE WIRING CABLE WP90851-L1 - MODULAR Y ADAPTER Z3A1 ADU - EQUIPPED WITH A 3 FOOT PLUG-ENDED EIA CORD NOTES : 1.

  • Page 119

    LEGEND: HYBRID LINE CP ZTN79 - D A T A L I N E C P TN726 - MODULAR Y ADAPTER WP90851-L1 - TYPICAL -103A CONNECTING BLOCK B1 - MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C1 - OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) C2 - P1 - KS22911 POWER SUPPLY W1 - INSIDE WIRING CABLE...

  • Page 120

    Off-Premises Stations (TN742, TN746B in R3V2) An FCC-registered single-line terminal may Station (OPS). Note: Only the local telephone interconnections for the OPS. The connections between the network interface and the 700A Jacks are described under “Connect Network Interfaces to TAE Jacks.” (Only the TN742 CP supports this feature.) Trace the OPS pairs through the network interface to their termination on the TAE.

  • Page 121: Out-of-building Voice Terminals (ztn79)

    INSTALLATION Connect the cable to a protection device at the System 25 location. 5. Connect the second protection device to an 858A Adapter on the617A Panel, using 4-pair inside wiring cable. 6. Connect the 858A Adapter to a port on a TN742 circuit pack using an octopus cable.

  • Page 122

    H 6 0 0 3 0 7 . G 2 C O N N E C T O R C A B L E ( N O T E ) NOTE; FOR DISTANCES OVER 50 FEET (15.2 M) USE C6E CONNECTOR CABLE(S) BETWEEN H600 307 .G2 CONNECTOR CABLE AND DS1 T R U N K C I R C U I T...

  • Page 123: Adu Connections

    INSTALLATION Stand-Alone Data Terminals Data terminals and computers may be connected to the system through ADUs or a Multiple Asynchronous Data Unit (MADU) without being linked to a voice terminal. Depending on the data terminal that they connect to, some ADUs may need supplementary power for proper operation.

  • Page 124

    LEGEND : B1 - TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK C1 –MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C7–MODULAR POWER CORD (D6AP-87) W 1 -4-PAIR INSIDE BUILDING WIRING CABLE 248B ADAPTER-ALLOWS MODULAR JACK CONNECTION FROM 2012D TRANSFORMER 400B2 ADAPTER-POWER ADAPTER 2012D TRANSFORMER - 15-18V AC TRANSFORMER Z3A1 ADU -EQUIPPED WITH A 3 FOOT PLUG-ENDED EIA CORD Z3A4 ADU -EQUIPPED WITH A 3 FOOT RECEPTACLE-ENDED EIA CORD Figure 2-42.

  • Page 125

    INSTALLATION LEGEND : TN726 -DATA LINE CP B1 - TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK Cl -MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C7-MODULAR CORD (D6AP-87) P2-MODULAR BULK POWER SUPPLY POWER UNIT (346A) POWER PANEL (346A-1) W1 -4-PAIR INSIDE WIRING CABLE Z3A1 ADU -EQUIPPED WITH A 3 FOOT PLUG-ENDED EIA CORD Z3A4 ADU -EQUIPPED WITH A 3 FOOT RECEPTACLE-ENDED EIA CORD Figure 2-43.

  • Page 126

    MADU Connections The MADU provides a direct connection to a host computer or a large group of data terminals (64 maximum). See Figure 2-44. The MADU has eight port connectors; each port is equivalent to a single ADU. Complete installation instructions for the MADU are contained in the MADU Product Guide (999- 700-525).

  • Page 127: Nonswitched Connection Of Equipment Plugged Into

    INSTALLATION INSTALL CUSTOMER’S SAT The SAT can be connected through the SIP to the CPU/Memory CP by any one of the following methods: l On-premises nonswitched connection (no ADU required if the SAT is plugged into the system AC outlet) l On-premises switched connection l Off-premises nonswitched connection l Off-premises switched connection.

  • Page 128

    LEGEND : ZTN129-CPU/MEMORY CP C1 -MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C2 -OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) 355A ADAPTER -RS-232 PLUG TO MODULAR JACK 355AF ADAPTER -RS-232 RECEPTACLE TO MODULAR JACK * PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION TERMINAL (LEG 1 OF OCTOPUS CABLE) DIGITAL TAPE UNIT (LEG 3 OF OCTOPUS CABLE) SMDR OUTPUT DEVICE (LEG 2 OF OCTOPUS CABLE) Figure 2-45.

  • Page 129

    Nonswitched Connection of Equipment See Figure 2-46. Note: Figure 2-46 shows an Z210A1 SIP Adapter to provide the building wiring termination. used. Connect the RS-232C plug on the peripheral 232C port on a Z3A1 or Z3A4 ADU. other fasteners on this connection. Connect the ADU to the building wiring with a D8W-87 modular telephone cord.

  • Page 130

    LEGEND : B1 –TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK C1 -MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C2 -OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) C3-EIA CROSSOVER CABLE (P17U-87) C4 -MODULAR RECEPTACLE TO MODULAR PLUG ADU CROSSOVER (D8AM-87) C7-MODULAR POWER CORD (D6AP-87) W1 -INSIDE BUILDING WIRING CABLE 248B ADAPTER-ALLOWS MODULAR JACK CONNECTION FROM 2012D TRANSFORMER 355AF ADAPTER RS-232 RECEPTACLE TO MODULAR JACK 2012D TRANSFORMER - 15-18V AC TRANSFORMER Z3A1 ADU -EQUIPPED WITH A 3-FOOT PLUG-ENDED EIA CORD...

  • Page 131

    On-Premises Digital Switched Connection To access a CPU/Memory port through a switched connection, the port is connected to a port on a TN726 CP and assigned a Data Dial Code (DDC). See Figure 2-47. The peripheral equipment can be either stand-alone or associated with a voice terminal.

  • Page 132

    Connect the other end of the modular cord to a 355AF Adapter. 12. Connect an M7U-87 Cord to the 355AF Adapter. 13. Connect the other end of the M7U-87 Cord to the RS-232C jack on a Z3A4 ADU. 14. Connect the ADU to a 400B2 Adapter with a D8W-87 cord. 15.

  • Page 133

    INSTALLATION LEGEND: B1 - TYPICAL - 1 03A CONNECTING BLOCK cl - MODULAR CORD (D8U-87) C2 - OCTOPUS CABLE (UP80780) C3 - EIA CROSSOVER CABLE (M7U-87) C7 - MODULAR POUER CORD (D8AP-87) W1- INSIDE 8UILDING WIRING CABLE 2488 ADAPTER - ALLOW MODULAR JACK CONNECTION FROM 20120 TRANSFORMER 355AF - ADAPTER (RS-232 RECEPTACLE TO MODULAR JACK) 40082 ADAPTER - POWER ADAPTER 2012D TRANSFORMER -15-18V AC TRANSFER...

  • Page 134

    Off-Premises Nonswitched Off-premises peripheral equipment must be equipped with an originating modem (see Figure 2-48). The connection is made from the CO through the TAE to a dedicated modem (optioned for autoanswer) connected to the appropriate Call Processor port. Following the instructions for connecting off-premises stations, connect the OPS line from the RJ21X network interface through the TAE connecting block to the SIP.

  • Page 135

    P A R T O F S Y S T E M 2 5 O C T O P U S C A B I N E T C A B L E Z T N 1 2 8 Z T N 1 3 0 LEGEND: ZTN129/130- CPU/MEMORY CP C1 - MODULAR CORD (D8W-87)

  • Page 136: Install Customer's Dtu, Install Station Message Digital Recording

    INSTALL CUSTOMER’S DTU The DTU must be directly connected to Port #3 on the CPU/Memory CP (Figures 2-45 and 2-46). supported. Follow the procedures provided for installing the SAT. INSTALL STATION MESSAGE DIGITAL RECORDING (SMDR) EQUIPMENT The SMDR equipment connects to Port #2 on the CPU/Memory CP. The connections are the same as those for the SAT (Figures 2-45 through 2-48).

  • Page 137: Install Starlan Network Interface

    INSTALLATION INSTALL STARLAN NETWORK INTERFACE Note: Support for the STARLAN Interface has been discontinued. The ZTN84 STARLAN Interface CP provides an interface between the System 25 TDM bus and a STARLAN NETWORK local area network (LAN). An octopus cable connects the ZTN84 CP to a Network on the STARLAN NETWORK (Figure 2-49).

  • Page 138: Single-line Voice Terminals

    Shared System 25 Voice/STARLAN NETWORK Connections STARLAN NETWORK workstations can share the 4-pair System 25 wiring to the SIP with an analog or 7300H Series voice terminal. The STARLAN NETWORK data is transmitted over pairs two and three. At the SIP, the data pairs and voice pair(s) are (WP90851 ,L1 ).

  • Page 139

    INSTALLATION STARLAN NETWORK SYSTEM 25 C A B I N E T Z T N 7 8 T N 7 4 2 PART OF OCTOPUS C A B L E LEGEND : ZTN78 - TIP RING LINE CP ANALOG LINE CP TN742 - 699Y - ATL ADAPTER...

  • Page 140

    Series Voice Terminals 73001H See Figure 2-51. Unpack each terminal and examine it for damage. At the workstation, use a D8W-87 modular cord to connect the NAU jack on the KS-23475, L1 Adapter to the OUT jack on the NAU. Using a D8W-87 modular cord, connect the PHONE jack on the KS- , 23475, L1 Adapter to the voice terminal.

  • Page 141

    INSTALLATION LEGEND: HYBRID LINE CP ZTN79 - MODULAR Y ADAPTER WP90851-L1 - A2 - KS-23475 ADAPTER TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING B1 - MODULAR CORD (D8W-87) C1 - OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) C2 - MODULAR CORDS BUILT INTO C3 AND C4 - KS-23475 ADAPTER KS-22911 POWER SUPPLY W1 -...

  • Page 142: Install Music-on-hold Interface, Fcc-registered Music Source Interface

    INSTALL MUSIC-ON-HOLD INTERFACE Note: Use of equipment that rebroadcasts copyrighted music or other material may be required to obtain a license from a third party such as ASCAP or BMI. FCC-Registered Music Source Interface The music source is connected to a ZTN78 CP through the SIP (see Figure 2-52).

  • Page 143

    INSTALLATION L E G E N D ANALOG LINE CP TN742 – TIP RING CP ZTN78 – TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK B1 - OCTOPUS CABLE (WP90780) PEC 2720-05P C2 - C5 - MODULAR CORD (D4BU-87) INSIDE WIRING CABLE W1 – MOH - KS-23395 INTERFACE Figure 2-52.

  • Page 144: Non-fcc Registered Music Source Interface

    Non-FCC Registered Music Source Interface The music source is connected to a ZTN78 CP (see Figure 2-53). Connect the CP to a 858A Adapter at the SIP. Follow the instructions for installing FCC-registered equipment. You must also install a kit-of-parts (D-181575; includes 36A Voice Coupler, 201213 transformer, and KS-23395 MOH interface).

  • Page 145

    Music Source (Customer supplied) (Optional) M S H I MSLO Twisted Pair 26AWG Min. System 25 ZTN78 Circuit 8 5 8 A P a c k Adapter W P - 9 0 7 8 0 Octopus Cable Figure 2-53a. Music-on-Hold November 1995 Music-on-Hold i n t e r f a c e...

  • Page 146

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  • Page 147: Install External Alerts

    INSTALLATION INSTALL EXTERNAL ALERTS alerts are connected to the system through a ZTN78 CP (Figure 2- External 54). Connect the CP to a 858A Adapter at the SIP. Connect the other side of the adapter to a 103A Connecting Block using building wiring.

  • Page 148: Install Recorded Delay Announcement, Install Paging System Interface

    INSTALL RECORDED DELAY ANNOUNCEMENT D e l a y announcements are installed the same way as external alerts. INSTALL DICTATION SYSTEM INTERFACE If the equipment does not require a contact closure, follow the instructions for installing external alerts. If the equipment requires a contact closure, follow the instructions below for connecting a paging system to the TN763 CP.

  • Page 149: Direct Connection To Tn763 Auxiliary Trunk Cp

    Direct Connection to TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP Paging equipment can be connected directly to a TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP ( F i g u r e 2-55) when the following conditions exist: Paging equipment is FCC registered. Paging equipment requires a contact closure Connect as shown in Figure 2-55, following the steps Connect the CP to a 66-type block, using Use kit-of-parts D-1 81524 (PEC 62511).

  • Page 150

    P A R T S Y S T E M P A I R C A B L E C A B I N E T P A R T 6 6 - B L O C K T N 7 6 3 LEGEND : TN763–...

  • Page 151: Connection To Tn763 Auxiliary Trunk Cp (278a

    INSTALLATION Connection to TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP (278A Adapter Required) A 278A Adapter is required to connect paging equipment to a TN763 Auxiliary Trunk CP (Figure 2-56) when the following conditions l Paging equipment is not FCC registered. l Paging equipment requires a contact closure Connect as shown in Figure 2-56, following the steps Connect the CP to a 66-type block, using Use kit-of-parts D-1 81524 (PEC 6251 1).

  • Page 152

    Loudspeaker S y s t e m Green Line Cord 25-Pair F Conn. on ED- 1E443- P a n e l M u s i c Source * Replaces: 36A Voice Coupler 89A Control Unit 2 7 B A A d a p t e r Figure 2-55a.

  • Page 153

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  • Page 154

    Set switch to NORMAL position. Using a D4BY (single-ended) modular cord, connect D-181321 kit of parts (Figure 2-56) to a KS-22911, L2 power supply (-48V dc). Connect terminals -V and GRD on 278A adapter to D-kit. If background music is desired, connect terminals Ml and M2 on the 278A Adapter to the customer-provided music source.

  • Page 155

    INSTALLATION LEGEND : TN763 - AUXILIARY TRUNK CP 25 PAIR CONNECTOR CABLE (A25D) SINGLE-ENDED TYPICAL - 103A CONNECTING BLOCK B1 - MODULAR CORD (D4BU-87) C5 - C6 - SINGLE-ENDED MODULAR CORD P1 - KS-22911, L2, POWER SUPPLY, -48 VOLT DC W1 - INSIDE WIRING CABLE (4-PAIR) 278A...

  • Page 156

    Figure 2-57. 278A Adaptor Plug Positions for Connecting TN763 Circuit Pack to Paging System 2-127...

  • Page 157

    INSTALLATION Connection to ZTN76 or ZTN77 CP PagePac 20 system with ZoneMate 9/39 and Common Control Unit (CCU) provides up to nine/thirty-nine paging zones and multizone groups. To connect a PagePac 20 system, make connections using the following steps (Figure 2-58): Place the PagePac amplifier on the ZoneMate and the CCU.

  • Page 158

    LEGEND : ZTN76 - GROUND START C’ ZTN77 - LOOP START C’ 3 TO 1 SPLITTER CABLE (WP-90929,L1) B1 - TYPICAL- 103A CONNECTING BLOCK C5 - MODULAR CORD (D4BU-87) W1 - INSIDE WIRING CABLE (4-PAIR) PagePac 20 System Connection to ZTN76 or ZTN77 Circuit Figure 2-58.

  • Page 159

    Customer-provided paging equipment can also be connected to ZTN76 or ZTlN77 CO trunk CPs. Connection to the system is made through the TAE appearance of the Tip/Ring pair of the CO trunk CP (See Appendix A for connection details). A paging equipment interface kit D-181900 consisting of a Universal Telephone Access Module (UPAM) and a -48 VDC power supply, PRS-48, is required unless all of the following conditions exist: Paging equipment is FCC registered.

  • Page 160

    LEGEND : ZTN76- GROUND START CP ZTN77 - LOOP START CP A - 3 TO 1 SPLITTER CABLE (WP-90929,L1) UPAM - UNIVERSAL TELEPHONE (PAGING) ACCESS MODULE P 1 - PRS-48 POWER SUPPLY W1 - INSIDE WIRING CABLE (4-PAIR) NOTES : 1.

  • Page 161: System Tests, Test Ds1 Interface

    SYSTEM TESTS Once installation is completed, the system must be initialized, following the procedures in the AT&T System 25 Administration Manual (555-540-500). When this has been done, the system is ready for acceptance testing. You should test all trunks, voice terminals, data terminals, and features. If any equipment does not perform properly, refer to the maintenance section of this manual for more details.

  • Page 162: Test Incoming Did Trunks, Test Incoming Tie Trunks

    SYSTEM TESTS TEST INCOMING DID TRUNKS You can test DID trunks by establishing a connection on each DID trunk and then busying it out so that all DID trunks can be tested. At a working voice terminal, go off-hook, dial the CO trunk access code, and then dial a DID number.

  • Page 163: Test 7300h Series Voice Terminals

    Repeat Steps 1 through 3 for all incoming tie trunks, and make sure each tie trunk is tested. TEST 7300H SERIES VOICE TERMINALS Test each 7300H Series terminal using the terminal’s test switch, by placing both station-to-station and external calls, and by using the feature buttons. Push the T/P switch on the left side of the voice terminal to T, and hold it there a few seconds.

  • Page 164

    SYSTEM TESTS central office (CO) trunk access code. Dial the You should hear the CO dial tone. Dial the listed directory number for the system you are installing. You should hear ringback at the calling terminal and ringing at the attendant console. Go off-hook at the attendant position, and verify transmission.

  • Page 165: Test Single-line Voice Terminals

    TEST SINGLE-LINE VOICE TERMINALS Test each single-line voice terminal by placing station-to-station and external calls. At the test terminal, go off-hook. — You should hear system dial tone. Dial the PDC of another working terminal. You should hear ringback at the calling terminal and ringing at the called terminal.

  • Page 166: Test Atl Cordless Telephone, Test Dial Access Codes, Test System Features, Ars And Smdr Tests

    TEST ATL CORDLESS TELEPHONE The ATL Cordless Telephone must be tested to see The transmission quality must be verified when the separated by the maximum operating distance. Use the documentation provided with the ATL Cordless Telephone to perform the required tests. TEST DIAL ACCESS CODES Using a single-line or multiline voice terminal, verify the proper operation of each feature requiring a dial access code (Night Service...

  • Page 167: System Speed Dialing Test

    At any multiline voice terminal, go off-hook, dial the ARS access code, and dial one of the long-distance numbers. Make sure that the call is completed before going on-hook. Repeat Step 2 if additional long-distance numbers must be called. At the SMDR printer (or SAT), verify that the call was placed over the correct trunk group.

  • Page 168: Call Coverage Test

    PDC Login Test At a voice terminal, go off-hook and dial * * PDC PDC, where PDC is a PDC other than that of the test terminal. — You should hear a confirmation tone. At another voice terminal, go off-hook and dial the PDC that was logged into the first terminal.

  • Page 169: Test Attendant Console, Test Selector Console

    TEST ATTENDANT CONSOLE Testing the attendant console is the same as testing a multiline voice terminal, except for testing the console’s unique feature buttons. Perform all the steps in “Test 7300H Series Voice Terminal” in this section. 2. Verify that all attendant features are 3.

  • Page 170: Test Data Terminal Dialing Feature

    SYSTEM TESTS TEST DATA TERMINAL DIALING FEATURE Perform this test on all data terminals and personal computers connected to the system through ADUs. Make sure the test terminal is on. Press <BREAK> <RETURN>. The command mode menu is displayed. (The command mode menu may be displayed before you press <RETURN>.) Type D to select <place Data call>.

  • Page 171: Make Pooled Modem Test Call, Test Transfer To Data

    MAKE POOLED MODEM TEST CALL Skip this test if the system does not include a TN758 Pooled Modem CP. This test involves placing a data call from a data terminal connected through an ADU from a data terminal or personal computer connected via a modem (the modem may be part of a terminal connected to System 25 or off Place the call following the dialing procedure required by the premises).

  • Page 172: Test External Alert (night Service)

    SYSTEM TESTS TEST EXTERNAL ALERT (NIGHT SERVICE) Place a test call to the attendant console to verify that the alerting device sounds when the attendant console is in the Night Service mode. If an has not yet been installed, connect a spare voice terminal or alerting device device...

  • Page 173: Test Dictation System Access, Test Paging Interface

    TEST DICTATION SYSTEM ACCESS Place a call to verify that dictation equipment can be accessed. If dictation equipment has not been installed, this feature cannot be tested. Use a working voice terminal as the test terminal, and go off-hook. Dial the access code or PDC, and the number associated with the dictation equipment.

  • Page 174

    MUSIC-ON-HOLD TEST Verify that music is provided to outside callers placed on hold. (Inside callers do not receive Music-on-Hold [MOH].) At any working voice terminal, go off-hook. Dial the CO trunk access code and the system’s listed directory number, or if DID, dial any station.

  • Page 175: Test Emergency Transfer

    TEST EMERGENCY TRANSFER Place the system in emergency transfer mode by turning power off (or remove the modular connector from the ETU). Place an outside call from each emergency transfer station. At Cabinet 1, turn the power off using the rocker switch on the back or remove the modular connector from the ETU.

  • Page 176: Test Touch-tone Receivers

    SYSTEM TESTS TEST TOUCH-TONE RECEIVERS At a single-line voice terminal, go off-hook. Dial *3 and the 2-digit number (01 through 12) of the touch-tone receiver to be tested. Receivers 01 through 04 are on the ZTN85 or ZTN131 (R3) CP. Receivers 05 through 12 are only present if your system has two TN748 CPs (05 through 08 receivers on one, and 09 through 12 receivers on the other).

  • Page 177: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE The primary maintenance objective is to detect, report, and clear troubles as quickly as possible with minimum disruption to normal service. Periodic system self-tests, automatic software diagnostic programs, and fault detection hardware are several of the maintenance tools used to achieve this objective.

  • Page 178

    MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT NEEDED maintenance technician System 25 service call: EIA breakout box Digital voltmeter (KS-20599 or equivalent) 11 O/66-type punchdown tool (AT 8762D or equivalent) Dracon TS21 or equivalent touch-tone test set Assorted flat-head screwdrivers Assorted Phillips-head screwdrivers Long-nosed pliers Regular pliers Wrist grounding strap Model DC4 Digital Tape Unit, with 355A adapter and a D8W cord...

  • Page 179

    Precautions Electromagnetic fields radiating from the system cabinets may generate noise in other communications equipment. The technician must be sure that all cabinet panels and covers maintenance. Caution: Electrostatic discharge can destroy or severely damage integrated circuits on CPs. The maintenance technician MUST ALWAYS WEAR A WRIST GROUNDING STRAP when handling CPs.

  • Page 180: System Errors And Alarms, Emergency Transfer, Circuit Pack Leds

    MAINTENANCE GENERAL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION System Errors and Alarms During periodic testing, a maintenance audit could detect a system error that automatically generates an error record. record is stored in one of following three tables in the Error Log: Permanent System Alarms Transient System Errors Most Recent System Errors.

  • Page 181

    Memory (ZTN81 [RIV7] or ZTN127 [RI V2]J: The red LED on this CP lights when power is applied and goes dark upon successful completion of the ROM checksum test initiated by the Call Processor CP. Failure is indicated by a steadily lighted red LED. Call Processor [ZTN82 (R1V1) or ZTN128 (R1V2)]: The green LED on this CP lights when power is applied and flashes during normal operation.

  • Page 182: Attendant Console Led, Power Supply, Switches And Test Points, System Administration

    Attendant Console LED A lighted green Alarm LED on the console indicates the presence of a Permanent System Alarm. The LED flashes with each new alarm. The attendant can press the associated button to cause the LED to light steadily. A lighted red Alarm LED indicates a barrier code violation.

  • Page 183

    Using RIMS, the remote administrator can initialize translations after the switch itself is installed. As long as there is no hardware change, the remote administrator can do ongoing administration without having to visit the customer’s site. Similarly, to trouble-shoot a problem, a technician can call the RIMS port and check the Error Log to determine the cause of the trouble.

  • Page 184

    MAINTENANCE Administration Requirements For a RIMS call to be made during initialization, at least one voice station and one trunk must be translated. A cold start with defaults provides these translations. The RIMS transfer code (*1 00) can be assigned to a Repertory Dialing feature button on a multiline voice terminal.

  • Page 185: Maintenance Strategy

    MAINTENANCE STRATEGY Fault isolation is the cornerstone of the System 25 maintenance strategy. Maintenance activity isolates faults to one (or more) repairable or replaceable maintenance units. Equipment should be tested in the following order: Terminal equipment Station wiring Port circuit packs (CPs) Common control circuitry Power supply and cabinet Backplane.

  • Page 186

    MAINTENANCE S Y S T E M USER-REPORTED T R O U B L E REPORTED CAP ALARM REPORTED CAP ALARMED SYSTEM OR CANNOT READ PERMANENT ACCESS ERROR LOG DEFECTIVE SYSTEM ALARMS TABLE IN ERROR C H E C K L O G : L E D A N D...

  • Page 187: Port Problem

    Sometimes, faults recorded in the error log and user-reported troubles will exist at the same time. The logged faults should always be cleared first, if possible. This procedure often clears the user-reported troubles without any additional maintenance. Clearing the most serious logged fault may clear some or all of the other faults.

  • Page 188: Common Control Problems 4-11

    MAINTENANCE Common Control Problems Common Control circuitry is difficult to troubleshoot. The system must be powered down before any of these CPs are replaced. Before powering the system down, save translations to tape (see “Using the Digital Tape Unit”). Other repair procedures may also require the system to be powered down. After removing a suspected faulty CP, do the following: Visually inspect the CP.

  • Page 189

    Station, Wiring, and Trunk Problems If the system indicates that a fault is with a station, or if a user complaint indicates a station problem, the trouble must be isolated to the station itself or to the wiring between the cabinet or station interconnect panel and the station.

  • Page 190: Using The Digital Tape Unit, Setting Up The Dtu

    USING THE DIGITAL TAPE UNIT The Model DC4 Digital Tape Unit (DTU) or equivalent is extremely important in system maintenance. System Translations are stored in the DTU and can be accessed in the unlikely event that translations are lost during a system f a i l u r e .

  • Page 191: Saving Translations

    Press the REWIND button, and wait for the unit to tape. This step ensures that the tape is played from Note: The system “leader” material at the beginning and end of the Saving Translations Follow these steps to save Complete the steps listed above under “Setting Up the DTU. ” Press both the RECORD and PLAY buttons unit should not yet begin to run.) Log on to the SAT (if not already logged on).

  • Page 192: Verifying Translations

    MAINTENANCE Press c to continue, and the tape unit is automatically started by the system. Saving translations on tape takes about 5 minutes and does not affect switch performance. When the save is complete, the unit stops automatically. If the save is successful, the SAT displays: SAVE COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY.

  • Page 193

    Enter 2. The system responds with: Save/Restore: Action=2 Data=. Enter D. The system completes the word Data followed by the = sign. Enter 1. The system responds with the complete line: Save/Restore: Action=2 Data=1 W25: YOU ARE ABOUT TO START A TAPE VERIFY c for continue, any other key for abort Press c to continue, and the tape unit is automatically started by the system.

  • Page 194: Restoring Translations

    Restoring Translations N o t e : Restoring translations from tape removes the system from operation for about 5 minutes. When it is necessary to restore system translations from tape, follow these steps: Complete the steps under “Setting up the DTU,” using the cassette on which translations were saved.

  • Page 195

    Press c for continue, and the tape unit is automatically started by the system. Restoring translations takes about 5 minutes. When restoration is complete, the unit stops automatically. If restoration is successful, the SAT displays: (feature code issue, date, time, size) followed by: RESTORE COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY Initiated warm start...

  • Page 196: Routine Maintenance, Reseating And Replacing Circuit Packs

    MAINTENANCE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE The following are general trouble-clearing techniques usually required to resolve system-detected and/or user-detected troubles. Reseating and Replacing Circuit Packs Removing and Restoring Power Restarting the System. Reseating and Replacing Circuit Packs Except for the CPU/Memory and Service CPs, power can be left on while a CP is reseated or replaced.

  • Page 197

    Inspect the cabinet backplane and the connectors at the back of the CP. It may be possible to clean dirty connectors per prescribed procedures and return the CP to service. However, if any connectors are damaged or corroded the CP should be replaced. Rest the CP on a firm nonconducting surface, and press in all socketed devices on the CP to be sure that they are firmly connected.

  • Page 198: Removing And Restoring Power

    Removing and Restoring Power When the following procedures are performed, the system must be unplugged from the ac power source: Reseating or replacing the Service Circuit or CPU/Memory CPs Replacing the frontplane Processor and Memory CPs (Release 1 only) Replacing the power supply Replacing the fan assembly.

  • Page 199: Restarting The System

    Restarting the System The system automatically warm starts after power is restored. (The system’s maintenance software may restart the system under certain self-detected error conditions. ) There are two types of restart: cold and warm. A Cold Start and limited cold start (which takes about 4 to 5 minutes) causes the system to check all slots for valid CP types and assign default translations to all ports except auxiliary trunk ports.

  • Page 200

    Enter 9 (for the SAVE/RESTORE selection) and press <RETURN>. The system responds with: A c t i o n = Enter 10 for a warm restart. The system responds with: Save/Restore: Action=10 Data=. Enter D. The system responds with: D a t a = Enter 1.

  • Page 201

    Messages displayed on the SAT indicate which restart is being performed. The same type of information is displayed for a cold and a warm restart. This information consists of a listing of the version of the firmware loaded in the CPU/Memory CP and a configuration The CPU/Memory CP is not listed in be located in slot 1 of Cabinet 1.

  • Page 202

    MAINTENANCE The SAT message for a cold restart appears after the system has performed all self-tests and reading of its configuration. The time required for a cold start depends on the number of CPs in the system but is generally several minutes.

  • Page 203: Error Log

    ERROR LOG When a system maintenance object fails periodic testing, the system automatically generates an error record. Depending on severity, the record is stored in one of three tables in the Error Log. The Error Log contains the following three error tables: P e r m a n e n t S y s t e m A l a r m s : degradation of service and require immediate attention.

  • Page 204

    MAINTENANCE A typical error record from the Permanent System Alarms and Transient System Errors table is as follows: PERMANENT SYSTEM ALARMS PORT BOARD FIRST NUMBER CODE OCCURRED OCCURRED 10400 ZTN130 23/12:30 Interpret this record as follows: “Port Number” 10400 specifying the location (1-3), the next two digits indicate the slot within the cabinet cabinet and the last two digits indicate the port number on the CP in...

  • Page 205

    Error records in the Most Recent System Errors table have a slightly different format. A typical error record from the Most Recent System Errors table is MOST RECENT SYSTEM ERRORS P O R T BOARD DATE NUMBER CODE OCCURRED OCCURRED ZTN131 03/12/85 30300...

  • Page 206: Accessing The Error Log From The Sat

    The Error Log is under the control of internal background maintenance software that automatically escalates an error to a more serious category or retires it. The system tests itself after a repair has been made. If the error condition is corrected, the error may be removed from the Error Log. Although some errors are automatically retired from the Error Log, they can also be manually retired by entering commands at the SAT.

  • Page 207

    Enter 1 and press <RETURN>. The SAT displays: SEARCHES: ACTlON=1 DATA= Enter D. The system completes the word Data followed by the = sign. After Data= enter one of the following numbers, depending on which error table you wish to see: 30 to see Permanent System Alarms 31 to see Transient System Errors 32 to see Most Recent System Errors.

  • Page 208: Error Messages

    MAINTENANCE ERROR MESSAGES Error messages, along with the alarm indicators, are the most likely indicators that an error has occurred in the system. When a maintenance object fails periodic testing, the system automatically generates an error record. The error record (log) is accessible through the SAT. The following table lists and describes error messages that can be displayed on the SAT.

  • Page 209

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION AC Power Failure: An indication that ac power has been lost (for example, plug removed from a wall receptacle, building power down for more than a quarter of a second, etc.). If power is lost from the first cabinet, the ETU will be triggered.

  • Page 210

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Bad Port: (STARLAN Interface CP) This error is an isolated transient condition. Bad Ringing Supply: Problems detected with ringing portion of power supply. Belated External Release: “No External Release on PBX Disconnect. ” Buffer Deallocation (STARLAN Interface CP) This error resets the CP.

  • Page 211

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION F a i l T r a n s i e n t Record: No action required; this error Indicates a dc power failure. DC Power Indicates the Failed: absence of +5 V dc on a cabinet. Each cabinet has its own power supply;...

  • Page 212

    MAINTENANCE ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION DXS Reset; The DXS console has been reset. Electronic P o w e r F e e d O f f , Overcurrent: A Hybrid (ZTN79) port EPF chip shut down. Two ports are effected, for example, 1-2,3-4,5-6,7-8.

  • Page 213

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION External Stack Full: (STARLAN Interface CP) This error resets the C P . Outgoing F a u l t o n ZTN76/TN747 CO ground was not detected within a predetermined ZTN77/747 time-frame. current was not detected within a predetermined time frame.

  • Page 214

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Illegal Instruction: This error is logged when an illegal instruction ROM on the CPU/Memory CP. If is encountered by the CPU. Illegal Interrupt: CPU/Memory CP problem. Illegal Port Command: (STARLAN Interface CP) This error is an isolated transient condition.

  • Page 215

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION The port Invalid Message Length: CP sent an up-link message that is not in the expected message set. Invalid Port Board: (Other than CPU or Memory) Port CP not supported by system. The port Invalid Port Message: CP sent an up-link message that is not in the expected message set.

  • Page 216

    MAINTENANCE ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Memory Management Error: error that occurs while accessing the “other than protected” RAM. A warm start is logged after this e r r o r . Memory ROM Checksum Error: Memory has failed the ROM test. Message Corruption: (Other than Down-link CPU/Memory)

  • Page 217

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION On-HookBeforeReady To Receive Digits: For a tie trunk with delay start—after the dial or wink handshake is complete, a 50-ms guard time must pass before digits are received. If the far-end goes on-hook before guard time elapses, this message is logged.

  • Page 218

    MAINTENANCE ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Port Missing “Administered: (Other CPU/Memory) Translated port CP that CPU cannot access. Port CP Out Of Service: (Other than CPU/Memory) occurs when a CP is removed from a cabinet. Error removed when the CP passes power-up. Port CP ROM Checksum Failure: The port CP has found that the checksum on its firmware is bad.

  • Page 219

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Received Incorrect Number of This error indicates DID Digits: that the CO is set up to send a number of DID digits different from what the switch has been administered to receive. Service Circuit or RIMS Insane: Tone Detector CP problem.

  • Page 220

    MAINTENANCE ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Test Failed: S e r v i c e Circuit Service Circuit demand test failed on the DTMF receivers. Signaling Lead Fault: Auxiliary Trunk CP is expecting a ground from external equipment but none is detected. S l o t Configuration (STARLAN Interface CP) This...

  • Page 221

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Trunk Call Dropped: A call that had been up on a trunk for more than 9 hours has been detected by an audit and dropped. The port associated with the error identifies the trunk in question. Trunk Call Too Long: An audit found a call that had been up on a trunk for more than 5 hours and...

  • Page 222

    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION Unrecognized (STARLAN Interface CP) This isolated transient error is an condition. User Forced Warm Start: System was warm started through the SAT. Warm Start: System was restarted for some reason; translations are okay. Wink Too Short For Valid Signal: For a delay dial or wink start outgoing trunk, if the wink from the far end is less than the...

  • Page 223

    MAINTENANCE Clearing Figure 4-2. Supply Troubles (Sheet 1 of 2) 4-47...

  • Page 224

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-2. Clearing Power Supply Troubles (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 225

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-3. Clearing CO Trunk Troubles 4-49...

  • Page 226

    MAINTENANCE Clearing 4-Wire Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 1 of 4) Figure 4-4. 4-50...

  • Page 227

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-4. Clearing 4-Wire Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 2 of 4) 4-51...

  • Page 228

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-4. Clearing 4-Wire Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 3 of 4) 4-52...

  • Page 229

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-4. Clearing 4-Wire Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 4 of 4) 4-53...

  • Page 230

    MAINTENANCE NOTES : 1. PC should be running NAUCOM, Session, CAM and/or any STARLAN NETWORK compatible emulating program. 2. The green LED lights when the STARLAN CP passes power up. Figure 4-5. Clearing STARLAN Interface Troubles...

  • Page 231

    Figure 4-6. Clearing Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 1 of 5) 4-55...

  • Page 232

    MAINTENANCE [10] Clearing Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 2 of 5) Figure 4-6. 4-56...

  • Page 233

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-6. Clearing Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 3 of 5) 4-57...

  • Page 234

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-6. Clearing Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 4 of 5) 4-58...

  • Page 235

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-6. Clearing Tie Trunk Troubles (Sheet 5 of 5) 4-59...

  • Page 236

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-7. Clearing Paging Equipment Troubles...

  • Page 237: Clearing System-detected Troubles, Complete System Failure, Common Control Trouble

    Clearing System-Detected Troubles Most troubles are detected through the Alarm LED located on the Attendant Console, the Error Log, and, in some cases, the LEDs on the circuit packs (CPs). The following is a list of system troubles. Each item in the list is described in this section.

  • Page 238

    MAINTENANCE Failure of the CPU/Memory CP at power-up generates the following type of error message: FAIL: <CARD>: <TEST>: <DETAIL>: The bracketed fields contain the following information: <CARD> is CPU/Memory <TEST> is one of the following: RAM TEST ROM TEST AA INTERFACE DUART TEST REAL-TIME-CLOCK TEST B U S E R R O R...

  • Page 239: Circuit Pack Trouble

    After total failure, the system ceases to operate and the green LED on the CPU/Memory CP may not flash. Failure can also be verified by checking the LEDS on each CP. If either a partial or total Common Control failure is detected, remove and then restore system power.

  • Page 240: Power Supply Trouble

    Once a faulty CP is identified, it can be replaced using the procedures in “Reseating and Replacing Circuit Packs” under “Routine Maintenance. ” Refer to the information in “Circuit Pack LEDs” under the “General Maintenance Information” to understand the meaning of the CP LEDs. If the Error Log notes an error related to the touch-tone receivers, the receivers are performing below system requirements.

  • Page 241

    Table 4-B lists the test points (-5 V, +5 V, -48 V, and GND) for the power supply. The test points are located on the upper-right corner at the front of the cabinet. Table 4-C lists the voltages used by the CPs and symptoms voltages are missing.

  • Page 242

    Table 4-C. Voltage/ Circuit Pack (Notes) Call Proc. (ZTN82, ZTN1 28) for RI Memory (ZTN81, ZTN1 27) for RI CPU/Memory (ZTN129, x System Failure for R2, ZTN130 for R3) STARLAN (ZTN84) Service Ckt (ZTN85 or ZTN131 (R3) Hybrid Line (ZTN79) Tip/Ring (ZTN78) Analog Line (TN742) MET Line (TN735)

  • Page 243

    Each power supply has one green LED on its front that can be seen through the fan assembly. The LED is visible through the ventilation slots on the front cover, but the cover must be removed for diagnostic and service purposes. This LED is always lighted when the system is receiving 5.1 volts power.

  • Page 244

    MAINTENANCE A C C I R D T O 1 5 A 120 VAC O U T L E T Figure 4-8. 4-68 AC DISTRIBUTION UNIT VARISTOR PWB S1 SW ASSY CM 538A1 GROUND B L O C K AC Power Schematic...

  • Page 245: Power Supply Protection

    Power Supply Protection Power supply outputs are protected from damage when they are subjected to either momentary or sustained short circuits. “Shutdown” current protection is provided at 125 percent (plus or minus 5 percent) of full load for each dc output.

  • Page 246: Power Supply Replacement

    MAINTENANCE Power Supply Replacement To replace the power supply, follow these steps: Danger: Hazardous voltages are present on some backplane pins. Unplug power cord from the outlet, and wait at least 5 minutes before removing rear cover or power supply. Remove the front cover of the cabinet.

  • Page 247: Fan Assembly Trouble

    Fan Assembly Trouble The fans should always be operating when the system is receiving ac power and the cabinet switch is turned on. If the fans are not operating, be sure that the system is receiving ac power. if the system is receiving power and the fans are still not operating, the ac power connection to the fan assembly is faulty or the fans themselves are faulty (for example, burned out motors).

  • Page 248: Overheating Trouble, Backplane And Cabinet Trouble

    Overheating Trouble A clogged or dirty air filter can cause the cabinet to overheat. The cabinet air filter rests on the floor of the cabinet under the CP carrier. The air filter should be inspected on any service call and replaced as needed (with air filter comcode 845948348).

  • Page 249

    MAINTENANCE TEST POINT CABLE CONNECTS HERE. ACCESS VOLTAGE TEST ADDRESS PLUG POSITION POINTS FROM FRONT OF (SLOT 08 NOT USED) CABINET. Figure 4-9. System Cabinet Backplane Wiring Side (Sheet 1 of 2) 4-73...

  • Page 250

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-9. System Cabinet Backplane Wiring Side (Sheet 2 of 2) 4-74...

  • Page 251

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-10. TDM Signal Designations on Cabinet Backplane 4-75...

  • Page 252

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-11. Power Designations on Cabinet Backplane 4-76...

  • Page 253

    Each of the 12 universal carrier slots has 48 pins on the backplane for connection to station and trunk ports. The 48 pins are divided into eight groups of 6 pins each, one group for each port circuit. Lead designations consist of the lead name suffixed by the group number (for example, TA.2, RA.2).

  • Page 254

    MAINTENANCE Table 4-D. 25-Pair Connector to Backplane Designations 2 5 - P i n - C o n n . C a l l P r o c Pin No. W i r e C o l o r W-BL R D A BL-W S G A...

  • Page 255

    25-Pair Connector to Backplane Designations Contd) Table 4-D. 2 5 - P i n - C o n n . . D I D T r u n k T r u n k Pin No. W i r e TN760B TN753 C o l o r...

  • Page 256

    CONNECTOR 1 CONNECTOR 2 NOTES: INSTALL SPACER AT CONNECTOR CABLE CLAMP TO ENSURE PROPER CABLE RETENTION. ITEMS 1 AND 3 SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH SCREWS TO FACILITATE ASSEMBLY TO B25A CABLES. LABEL CONNECTORS AS SHOWN: 0,1,2. CONN 0 Figure November 1995 8' CABLE LENGTH STOCKLIST DESCRIPTION...

  • Page 257: Emergency Transfer Unit Trouble

    MAINTENANCE Emergency Transfer Unit Trouble If the Emergency Transfer Unit (ETU) will not enter the power failure mode, do the following steps: Unplug the cable bringing the control signal from port 7 or 8 on the CPU/Memory CP to the ETU. This cable terminates in a modular jack that is inserted in a modular plug labeled CPU on the left-hand side of the ETU.

  • Page 258: Clearing User-detected Troubles, Administration Equipment Troubles

    CLEARING USER-DETECTED TROUBLES User-reported troubles are usually associated with voice or data terminal equipment or trunks. They can result from system-detected errors and are often solved by clearing system error conditions or alarms. This section presents trouble-clearing techniques and procedures for user- reported troubles.

  • Page 259: Time-keeping Troubles, Voice Terminal And Wiring Troubles

    N o t e : For problems with administration equipment that is not connected on a dedicated basis, refer to the Terminal Operations Manual, 555-540-710. Time-Keeping Troubles Symptoms: Clock doesn’t reflect current time or date. Procedures: Reset clock from SAT (see the Administration Manual). Clock has tolerance of plus or minus 3 minutes per month.

  • Page 260: Voice Transmission Troubles

    Check CP translations from the SAT to be sure that this CP has Check LEDs on CP. The red LED will be lighted if a fault on the CP affects all ports. Also, the red LED may be lighted if one or a few ports are faulty.

  • Page 261

    MAINTENANCE If you hear dial tone, continue with this test. Dial the digits 1234567890 *#. should hear a DTMF signal as each key is pressed. If the test passes, you will hear dial tone within 1 to 3 seconds after you enter #. Repeat the test for each touch-tone receiver.

  • Page 262: Virtual Facilities Troubles

    P r o c e d u r e s : Make sure that the appropriate ZTN79 CP is translated. 2. Check for the presence of -48 volts at test point on front of cabinet. Symptoms: display-equipped voice terminal when LOCAL button is Inoperative used.

  • Page 263

    MAINTENANCE Clearing Virtual Facilities Troubles (Sheet 1 of 3) Figure 4-12.

  • Page 264

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-12. Clearing Virtual Facilities Troubles (Sheet 2 of 3) 4-87...

  • Page 265

    MAINTENANCE Clearing Virtual Facilities Troubles (Sheet 3 of 3) Figure 4-12. 4 - 8 8...

  • Page 266: Trunk Troubles, Outgoing Trunk Problems

    Trunk Troubles Many trunk troubles originate in the central office in identifying trunk troubles should be to check for presence of dial tone at the Trunk Access Equipment (TAE). If required, check the Error Log records, and make a trunk test call. Note that it is sometimes difficult for the user to detect or identify trunk troubles.

  • Page 267: Incoming Trunk Problems, Error Log Interpretation: Loop-start Trunks

    MAINTENANCE Listen for dial tone from the accessed trunk. If dial tone is not present, isolate the fault to a trunk port CP or location in the trunk access equipment, etc., using a test set. If dial tone is present, dial a working outside number. Verify that the call is complete.

  • Page 268: Error Log Interpretation: Ground-start Trunks

    6. If “no loop current on outgoing call” is displayed, either of the above conditions could be true. It is more likely, however, that the facility is d o w n . Place an outside call on the line using the trunk test call procedures listed in outgoing Trunk Problems.

  • Page 269: Did Trunks Troubles

    MAINTENANCE If the problem does not move, replace the Ground Start CP. If the problem moves, the fault is with the CO. Notify CO personnel through the proper channels. If “Ringing no ground” is displayed, the T and R leads may be reversed in the trunk access wiring.

  • Page 270: Switched Loop Attendant Console Troubles

    CO failure to release after PBX disconnect CO belated release. These messages indicate CO problems. The first three errors are very common when DID trunks are installed. The CO should be notified through the proper channels about any of these problems. The CO failure to release after PBX disconnect can frequently be corrected by disconnecting and then reconnecting the DID trunk.

  • Page 271

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-13. Clearing Switched Loop Attendant Console Troubles (Sheet 1 of 5)

  • Page 272

    MAINTENANCE 4-13. Console Troubles (Sheet Clearing Switched Loop 2 of 5) 4-95...

  • Page 273

    MAINTENANCE Figure 4-13. Clearing Switched Loop Attendant Console Troubles (Sheet 3 of 5) 4-96...

  • Page 274

    MAINTENANCE Console Troubles 4-13. Clearing Switched 4 of 5) 4-97...

  • Page 275

    MAINTENANCE NOTES : 1. (a) System defaults to a DTAC when first powered up. (b) You have to remove the DTAC before you can administer the SLAC . (c) System 25 can support 1 or 2 DTAC or 1 or 2 SLAC but not a combination of both.

  • Page 276: Special Port Circuit Options For Stations And Trunks

    Special Port Circuit Options for Stations and Trunks Tables 4-E and 4-F provide the special port circuit options that are administered in the system. System defaults and associated action codes applicable to the various port CPS are also shown. Procedures are available in the Administration Manual for logging onto the system and accessing the information shown in Table 4-E.

  • Page 277: Data Line Troubles

    MAINTENANCE Table 4-F. Applicable Actions for Circuit Pack Options ACTIONS FOR CIRCUIT PACK OPTIONS (See Circuit Pack Options—Table 4-E) CIRCUIT PACK ZTN76 GS Board ZTN77 LS Trunk ZTN78 Tip/Ring Line TN742 Analog Line TN753 DID Trunk TN760B Tie Trunk TN763 Aux Trunk TN767 DS1 Interface...

  • Page 278

    If +7 volts are not present, the ADU is not receiving enough power from the data terminal and must be locally powered. If the ADU is powered from a local transformer, make sure that a 3- pair or 2-pair modular cord is connected between the transformer and the ADU.

  • Page 279

    MAINTENANCE Multiple Troubles or Trouble That Symptoms: Red LED is lighted on all port CPs. SAT displays this message: “FAIL: CPU: TERMINATOR?”. P r o c e d u r e s : Check that the TDM bus terminator card(s) is installed in the rear pin f i e l d ( s ) .

  • Page 280

    S y m p t o m s : Red LED is lighted cm several port CPs. Procedures: Check the power supply to be sure that it is providing correct voltages (see “Power Supply Trouble’ ‘). Check the frontplane connector and the CPU/Memory CP, and replace any faulty unit(s).

  • Page 281

    The following System 25 documents are available for reference. A brief description of each manual is provided. Administration Manual Advanced Admin User Guide (MS-DOS) Advanced Admin User Guide (UNIX) An Introduction to AT&T System 25 Implementation Manual Installation and Maintenance Manual Reference Manual Integrated Solution User Guide Terminal Operations Manual...

  • Page 282

    REFERENCES An Introduction to AT&T System 25 Provides an introduction to System 25 features and services. The emphasis is on how System 25 helps solve information management, productivity, and cost control problems. Implementation Manual Describes how to plan the system’s operating configuration. Explains how to determine customer needs and how to convert these needs into a system configuration plan.

  • Page 283

    Reference Manual This document is the system’s principal technical reference. It provides reference material for sales support, system configuration and operation, and for the system technician. It contains a comprehensive description of the system, emphasizing features, components and overall capabilities and capacities.

  • Page 284

    Call Management System—System Manual Provides information necessary to install CMS software, administer, use, and troubleshoot CMS. Call Management System—lnstallation Guide Provides instructions for inserting the CMS interface card into the PC. Call Management System—Planning Guide Provides detailed information necessary to make decisions necessary to install and administer CMS per customer requirements.

  • Page 285

    ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS Asynchronous Data Unit Account Executive Automatic Route Selection American Standard Code for Information Interchange ASCII Bits Per Second Hundred Call Seconds Common Control Switching Arrangement CCSA Class of Service Customer Service Unit Data Communications Equipment Data Dial Code Direct Distance Dialing Direct Inward Dialing Direct Group Call...

  • Page 286

    L D N Listed Directory Number Light-Emitting Diode L E D Multibutton Electronic Telephone Music-on-Hold M O H Network Access Unit N A U Network Extension Unit Number Plan Area Off-Premises Station O P S Personal Dial Code P D C Premises Distribution System P D S Random Access Memory...

  • Page 287: Appendix A: System Wiring Table, Connector Pin Assignments, System 25 Building Wiring

    APPENDIX A: APPENDIX A: System Wiring Tables Connector Pin Assignments Table A-A lists the lead designations and pin assignments at the 25-pair connectors on the system cabinets. System 25 Building Wiring Table A-B lists the 25-pair and 4-pair cable color codes, voice and data terminal lead designations, and connecting block terminal punch-down information.

  • Page 288

    APPENDIX A: System Wiring Tables Table A-A. 25-Pin Corm. C a l l Pin No. W i r e Proc. Color Z T N 8 2 W-BL BL-W w - o o - w DCDA DTRA W-BR BR-W s - w DCDB R-BL DTRB...

  • Page 289

    Table A-A. 25-Pair Connector Pin Assignments (Contd) 25-Pin Conn. Pin No. ‘W i r e Trunk Trunk Color TN760B TN763_ T N 7 2 6 T M 7 4 2 TN746B Interface (Slots 1-12) W-BL BL-W w - o o - w W-BR BR-W s - w...

  • Page 290

    APPENDIX A: System Wiring Tables Table A-B. Building Wiring Term. Lead Functions 5 0 0 7 1 0 1 A Cordless Ckt. 2 5 0 0 7300H No. Series Series A - 4 25-Pair Cable D-Inside Conn. Cable Cable RS-232C Color P i n Num.

  • Page 291

    Building Wiring (Contd) Table A-B. 25-Pair Cable Term. Lead Functions 5 0 0 7101A Cordless Ckt. 2 5 0 0 7 3 0 0 H RS-232C Term . N o . Series Series Spare APPENDIX A: System Wiring Tables 4-Pair Cable D-inside D-lnside...

  • Page 292: Appendix B: Parts Listing

    The following information may assist you in cross-referencing Apparatus Codes, Comcodes and Price Element Codes (PECs). D E S C R l P T I 0 N Cabinets System 25 Control Unit (R3V2) 6250-031 Carrier Power Supply Fans Ass’y Air Filter Address Plug TDM Bus Term.

  • Page 293

    APPENDIX B: Parts Listing DESCRIPTlON System 25 Control Unit (R1V2) 6250-012 C a r r i e r Power Supply Fan Assembly Air Filter Address Plug TDM Bus Term, Memory CP Processor CP Service Circuit CP SLAC Grap. Layer (2) System 25 Expansion Unit C a r r i e r P o w e r S u p p l y...

  • Page 294

    DESCRIPTlON Upgrade Kit (R3V1/V2 to R3V3) R3V1/V2 Upgrade Kit CPU/MEM CP Circuit Packs GS Trunk CP LS Trunk CP TR Line CP ATL Line CP STARLAN Interface CP Analog Line CP MET Line CP DID Trunk CP Tie Trunk CP Aux Trunk CP Pooled Modern CP Tone Detector...

  • Page 295

    APPENDIX B: Parts Listing DESCRIPTlON Peripheral Equipment Digital Tape Unit System Admin. Terminal (SAT) Voice Terminals and Accessories Direct Extension Selector Console Rotary Desk Telephone Rotary Wall Telephone Rotary Desk (4A Spkphone Combat) TT Desk (4A Spkphone Combat) TT Desk Telephone TT Wall Telephone TT Desk w/Message &...

  • Page 296

    DESCRIPTION MET Set-BIS Transformer Kit-of-Parts 12-button MET Set MET Adapter Cord 5-Button 7300H Ser VT 10-Button 7300H Ser VT 7300H Ser. HFAI VT 7300H Ser BIS VT With Display 34 But Dlx 7300H Ser VT 7300H Ser BIS VT 7300H Ser Speaker Mod 7300H Ser Headset A d a p t e r 7300H Ser VT...

  • Page 297

    APPENDIX B: Parts Listing DESCRIPTION Acoustic Coupler Single-Line VT w/Message Light & Recall button Ground Start Key Mounting Bracket Ground Start Key External Alert Message Adjunct lROB Unit Mod. Bulk Pwr. Supply Power Unit Power Panel STARLAN NETWORK Equipment STARLAN/ATL Interface Voice/Data (Y) Adapter Adapter Power Unit...

  • Page 298

    DESCRIPTlON Asynchronous Data Units ATL ADU Mod/RS-232C(M) ADU Mod/RS-232C (F) ADU ADU Aux Power MADU 25-Pr. CF to EF Octopus Cable (12 ft) (For DTE Host) Octopus Cable (12ft) (For DCE Host) Auxiliary Equipment Auxiliary Trunk Interface Paging/Dictation (Aux Trunk Interface) MOH Interface APPENDIX B: Parts Listing...

  • Page 299

    DESCRIPTION MOH Interface (Reg) 10B ETU Peripherals Interface for Remote Access System Wiring New Installation: Flat Rate (preferred) Hourly Rate Firm Price Quote Aftermarket: lnstallations:Flat Rate lnstallations:Hourly Rate Moves + rearrangements: Rearrangement only Secondary Wiring Protectors Protector Protector Protector Protector Replacement Fuse for LP5-230-220 Protector...

  • Page 300

    DESCRIPTlON Cross-Connect Hardware Station interface Panel Mod/Mod Adapter Mod/l 10 Adapter Voice/Data (Y) Adapter Fanning Strip Connector Blocks Block, Connector Block, Connector Block, Connector Block, Connector RS-232C Adapters Mod/RS-232C, Male Mod/RS-232C, Female Null Modem Adapter Gender Adapter F-F November 1995 APPENDIX B: Parts Listing APPARATUS CODE 2750-D28...

  • Page 301

    APPENDIX B: Parts Listing DESCRIPTlON Cables Octopus Cable (15 ft) Splitter Cable, Tie-Trk Splitter Cable, CO Trk Adapter (TN746) RS-232C X-Over Cable Cable Corm (15’ DE) CPU/MEM interconnect cable Cable, Adapter Cable, Connector Cable, Connector Cords Mod(ADU) X-Over Cord Mod Cord (7 ft) Mod Cord (14 ft) Mod Cord (25 ft) MET AdapterCord...

  • Page 302: Evaluate Cabinet Unit Power Load

    System Additions or Changes Additions and changes can be made to the system to support growth or changing needs of the customer. voice or data terminals, changing a voice-only connection to a voice/data connection, adding trunks, adding modems, and adding auxiliary equipment. To handle such changes as these, you may need to add or replace circuit packs (CPs), add a cabinet, add cabling, and add or change a user’s terminal.

  • Page 303: Appendix C: System Additions Or Changes, Add Circuit Pack

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Port Type Unit Load ZTN178 port TN742, TN746 port TN760B Port TN753B Port 502-type Headset Adapter 5-Button Terminals Add Circuit Pack All CPs are installed in the cabinets in the same way. Evaluate the cabinet unit power bad, using the procedure above.

  • Page 304: Add Cabling

    5. Insert the CP into the slot with the latch lever opened. Push it in firmly until you feel resistance and the latch lever moves toward its vertical position, flush with the edge of the CP. Push the lever all the vvay to vertical until the latch pin engages.

  • Page 305

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Figure C-1. Typical System 25 Port Circuit Pack C - 4 November 1995...

  • Page 306: Set Option Switches On Tn760b Cp

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Set Option Switches on TN760B CP If the CP being added is a TN760B, use Figure C-2 and Table C-B to choose Figure C-2. Tie Trunk (TN760B) Circuit Pack Option Switches...

  • Page 307

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Table C-B. TN760B Option Switch Settings and Administration System Installation Situation Circumstance Sys25 Co-Located DEFINITY Sys75/75XE Sys85 Inter-Bldg. Sys25 DEFINITY sys75/75xE Sys85 DIMENSION Co-Located Inter-Bldg. DIMENSION Other Co-Located Inter-Bldg. Other Co-Located Int. Preferred E&M/ Signaling Format SMPLX Option...

  • Page 308: Replace Circuit Pack

    Replace Circuit Pack Replace a CP if it fails or becomes damaged. Make sure that your hands are clean and dry. Put on a wrist grounding strap, and clip it to the grounding block at the back of the cabinet. With your thumb, pull up on the latch pin.

  • Page 309: Add Cabinet

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Add Cabinet Add a cabinet if all the slots in the existing cabinets are full and you need to add a CP. Also, if the addition of a CP to a cabinet will cause the unit load to exceed 80, a cabinet must be added.

  • Page 310

    Power down the system—all cabinets (Cabinet 1 last). Connect the cabinets, following the instructions under “Install System Cabinets” in Section 2. Connect a #6 AWG copper wire between the ground block of the new cabinet and the ground block of Cabinet 1. See Note.

  • Page 311: Add Termina

    APPENDIX C: System Additions or Changes Add Terminal Evaluate the cabinet unit power load using the procedures under “Evaluate cabinet unit Power Load” in this appendix. Check for available ports on checking the octopus cables the back of the cabinet. If a port is available, connect an unused termination on the SIP, following the instructions under “connect Cabinets to SIP”...

  • Page 312: Add Trunk

    Add Trunk If you are adding a DID or tie trunk, evaluate the cabinet unit power load using the procedures under Evaluate Cabinet Unit Power Load in this appendix. Check to see that the trunk has been connected to an RJ21X (for a DID trunk) or RJ2GX (for a tie trunk) network interface by the telephone company.

  • Page 313

    Figure C-3. DS1 Network Interface Connections Replace Voice-Only Terminal With Terminal Using the Voice and Data Station Records EQUIPMENT ROOM STATION CABLING” in section 2), find the jack in the SIP adapter associated with the voice terminal that is to share a cable with.

  • Page 314: Add Pooled Modem Circuit Pack, Add Auxiliary Equipment

    9. When the terminal is initialized, test it following the appropriate procedures in Section 3, “System Tests. ” Add Pooled Modem Circuit Pack Select a cabinet in which to add the TN758 Pooled Modem CP. Only two Pooled Modem CPs per cabinet are allowed. Add the Pooled Modem CP following the procedures under “Add Circuit Pack”...

  • Page 315: Appendix D: System Upgrades

    System Upgrades A D-kit-of-parts (PEC 62526N) k required to upgrade a Release 1 or a Release 2 system to a Release 3 V3 system. The kit contains the following: ZTN142 CPU/Memory Circuit Pack(1) ZTN131 Service Circuit Pack (1) Switched Loop Attendant Console (SLAC) Face Plates (2) Cassette Tapes (2) Release 3 V3 Documentation.

  • Page 316

    APPENDIX D: System Upgrades Remove the ZTN82 or ZTN128 Call Processor CP from slot 2 and discard (R1 only). Remove ZTN85 Service CP from slot 3 (R1 only) or slot 2 (R2 only) and replace with ZTN131 Service CP. (Put in slot 2.) If ZTN85 is not replaced, move ZTN85 to slot 2.

  • Page 317

    Save the translations, and verify the accuracy of the backup tape. Refer to the Administration Manual for R3V1 (555-540-500) for these procedures. Install the front cover on Cabinet 1. Overlay the existing face plates on each switched loop console with the plates provided in the D-kit.

  • Page 318

    Administration Codes and Data The tables in this appendix are intended to help those familiar with system administration locate specific information without having to refer to the full text in the Administration Manual. Default values, if applicable, are indicated in bold print in these tables. Default Dial Code Assignments Each time the system is cold started (full-default), default translations are assigned to ports as shown in the Table below.

  • Page 319

    Table E-B. PORT/PD. Administration, Voice Terminals (Menu=1/2) ACTION Physical port number Enter terminal type code Enter PD. Restrict dial access to CC) trunk pool Restrict dial access to all other trunk pools Assign ringing line preference* Assign prime line preference* Assign call coverage receiver group†...

  • Page 320

    Table E-B. PORT/PDC Administration, ( C o n t d ) Administering the TN746B with Basic Administration Plug the TN746B into an unadministered carrier/slot location and warm start the S y s t e m 2 5 . Note: The TN746B circuit pack is not interchangeable with either the ZTN78 or TN742 circuit packs from an administration point of view.

  • Page 321: Appendix E: Administration Codes And Data

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data This page is intentionally blank E-2-b...

  • Page 322

    Table E-B. PORT/PD. Administration, Voice Terminals (Menu=1/2) (Contd) ACTION DESCRIPTlON Send ringing to bridged appearances when principal doesn’t answer? Send ringing to bridged appearances when principal is busy? Is this a display station?‡ Enable automatic incoming call ID‡ Type of account code entry Allow this station to use remote call forwarding? Allow tool-restricted stations to make IXC...

  • Page 323

    Table E-B. PORT/PD. Administration, Voice Terminals (Menu=1/2) (Contd) DESCRIPTION ACTION Enable call waiting* Display the number of any trunks assigned to this station for night service Assign a trunk to this station for night service Delete a trunk from this station’s night service list For DTAC or SLAC: Display attendant position number (Read-only)

  • Page 324

    PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-B. (Contd) ACTION Button to be assigned PERSONAL LINE If type 310 or 311: NOT ADMINISTRABLE 4-digit "Listed Directory Number” for 1 0 2 this trunk Is this the " Principal" station? Enable ring for calls on this button? Button to be assigned EXCLUSION Button to be assigned...

  • Page 325

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-B. (Contd) ACTION 1 0 0 Button to be assigned 1 0 1 AUTOMATIC INTERCOM 1 0 2 PDC of paired station 1 0 3 Button number of the AUTO ICOM button on the paired station 1 0 0 Button to be assigned...

  • Page 326

    PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-B. (Contd) ACTION 1 0 0 Button to be assigned 1 0 1 SEND ALL CALLS t y p e ADMINISTRABLE Enable single-ring reminder? 1 0 2 1 0 3 Send ring to bridged stations or to coverage stations? O = to bridged stations 1 = to coverage stations...

  • Page 327

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-B. PORT/PDC Administration, ACTION Button to be assigned 1 0 0 1 0 1 ALARM For types 309, 310, 311 ONLY (read- o n l y ) 1 0 0 Button to be assigned NIGHT SERVICE 1 0 1 For types 309, 310, 311 ONLY...

  • Page 328

    Table E-B. PORT/POC Administration, (Contd) ACTION Button to be assigned S T A R T For types 309, 310, 311 ONLY (read- onlv) Button to be assigned 1 0 1 CANCEL For types 309, 310, 311 ONLY (read- onlv) 1 0 0 Button to be assigned RELEASE 1 0 1...

  • Page 329

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-B. PORT/PDC Administration, (Contd) ACTION Button to be assigned JOIN For type 310 or 311 ONLY (read-only) Button to be assigned DESTINATION For type 310 or 311 ONLY (read-only) 1 0 0 Button to be assigned LOCAL Note: this feature requires the use of a DISPLAY voice terminal.

  • Page 330

    PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-B. ACTION 1 0 0 Button to be assigned BRIDGED ACCESS type ADMINISTRABLE PDC of Principal station NOTES: Cannot have a BA for a DTAC’s SA. Also, cannot have a BA for your own SA. 1 0 3 Button number of paired SA button on Principal’s station 1 0 4...

  • Page 331

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-B. (Contd) ACTION Button to be assigned NEXT Note: this feature requires the use of a DISPLAY voice terminal. Button to be assigned 1 0 0 AGENT STATUS FOR CMS 1 0 2 Assign button subtype: 0 = Monitor 1 = Available (Agent)

  • Page 332

    Table E-C. If the Terminal Type is: SINGLE-LINE VOICE TERMINALS: Without message waiting indicator With message waiting indicator MERLIN CS (ATL) VOICE TERMINALS: 5-Button, Z7302H01 10-Button Hands-Free Answer on Intercom, Z7309H01 10-Button Built-in-Speakerphone, Z7313H01 A ATL Cordless Telephone 10-Button, Z7303H01 22-Button Built-in-Speakerphone with Display, Z7314H01 A 34-Button, Z7305H01 34-Button Deluxe, Z7305H02, (NOT attendant)

  • Page 333

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-D. “Action=100” is required before action(s) 101-104 listed in this table are administered. NOTES ACTION (1, 11, & 15) ( 1 ) ( 1 5 ) ( 1 ) (1 & 15) (1 &2) (15) (3&...

  • Page 334

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-D. Feature Button Translation (Menu=1/2) (Contd) before action(s) 101-104 listed in this table are "Action=100" is required administered ‘ Refer to page 10-6 of the Administration Manual. November 1995 E-15...

  • Page 335

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data NOTES: A ? mark indicates that a yes/no If a (No) or (Yes) is present, response. If Switched Loop Attendant Switched L p Attendant covered PDC (Action 102) for individual call coverage This code is READ ONLY (can’t be changed) Direct Trunk or Switched Loop Attendant Console ONLY If single-position Switched Loop Attendant Console: see Action 87 of SYSTEM menu for designating PDC of covering station...

  • Page 336

    Table E-E. Multiline Voice Terminal Button Defaults 7- SYS ACCESS 12- FLEX DSS 13- ACCT ENTRY 8- SYS ACCESS 9- REP DIAL 14- SEND ALL CALLS 10- REP DIAL 5- FLEX DSS 16- FLEX DSS 11- LAST # DIALED APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data 17- FLEX DSS 18- FLEX DSS 19- FLEX DSS...

  • Page 337

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-F. Switched Loop Attendant Console Button Defaults (Type 310) 7- LOOP† 12- ALARM† 8- LOOP† 13- POS BUSY 14- FLEX DSS 9- LOOP† 10- LOOP† 15- SOURCE† 11- LOOP† 16- DESTINATION† † Cannot be changed. E-18 17- LOCAL†...

  • Page 338

    Table E-G. Switched Loop Attendant Console Button Defaults (Type 311 ) 7- LOOP† 12- ALARM† 8- LOOP† 13- POS BUSY 14- FLEX DSS 9- LOOP† 10- LOOP† 15- SOURCE† 11- LOOP† 16- DESTINATION† † Cannot be changed. 17- lNSPECT† 29- SCROLL† 18 - LOCAL†...

  • Page 339

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-H. Direct Trunk Attendant Console Button Defaults (Cold-Start Defaults) 7- SYS ACCESS 12- FLEX DSS 8- SYS ACCESS 13- ACCT ENTRY 14- ATT MSG 9- REP DIAL 10- REP DIAL 15- NIGHT 11- LAST # DIALED 16- ALARM†...

  • Page 340

    Table E-1. Direct Trunk Attendant Console Defaults Installed Defaults) 12- FLEX DSS 7- SYS ACCESS 8- SYS ACCESS 13- ACCT ENTRY 9- REP DIAL 14- ATT MSG 10- REP DIAL 1 5 - 0 11- LAST # DIALED 16- ALARM† †Cannot be changed.

  • Page 341

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-J. MET Set Button Defaults †Cannot be changed. E-22...

  • Page 342

    Table E-K. PORT/PDC Administration, Data Terminals (Menu=12) ACTION Physical port number Enter data type code Enter D D C Restrict dial access to CO trunk pool† Restrict dial access to all other trunk pools† DDC of station to hunt to next Restrict this station o u t w a r d c a l l s †...

  • Page 343

    PORT/PDC Administration, Table E-K. (Contd) ACTION Allow terminal to operate at a baud rate of 9600 bps† Allow terminal to operate at a baud rate of 19200 bps† Assign this parity setting to correspond with terminal’s parity setting† Allow keyboard dialing/Command Mode† Allow user configuration of data port parameters.†...

  • Page 344

    Table E-L. Data Port Type Codes IF THE DATA PORT TYPE IS L i n e Card (DLC) D a t a functionality for ZTN126 or T N 7 2 6 STAR LAN Interface Circuit Pack (STARLAN CP) in DLC-compatibility mode Disable this individual port (for any of the above data port types)

  • Page 345

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-M. ACTION Physical port number Enter trunk port type code Enter trunk number Assign class-of-service code Assign pooled facility access code. Allow dial access Assign the trunk to a DGC group Make this a directed night service trunk Assign night service delay announcement Type of signaling on incoming calls (Tie-Trunks only)

  • Page 346

    Table E-M. PORT Administration, Trunks (Menu=1) (Contd) ACTION For Switched Loop Attendant Systems ONLY; Which attendant should receive calls from this trunk?† Specify Remote Access usage type‡ Allow dial-access users to queue for this t r u n k ? Adjust Digital Tie Trunk gain for satellite >...

  • Page 347

    Table E-N. Trunk Type Codes If the Trunk Type is: Ground Start, CO Ground Start, WATS, FX Ground Start, WPBX/Centrex Loop Start, CO Loop Start, WATS, FX PBX/Centrex DID Immediate Dial DID Wink Start Auto-in/Auto out Auto-in/Immediate Dial-out Immediate Dial-in/Auto-out Immediate Dial-in/Immediate Dial-out Wink Dial-in/Auto-out Wink Dial-in/Wink Dial-out...

  • Page 348

    Table E-O. Trunk Class-of-Service (for all trunks except DID) TRUNK CLASS-OF-SERVICE (FOR ALL TRUNKS EXCEPT DID) C O S NIGHT OUTWARD CODE SERVICE SIGNALING TT=Touch-Tone DP=Dial-Pulse SHORT ONLY DISCONNECT E-29...

  • Page 349

    Table E-P. Port Administration, Auxiliary Equipment (Menu=1) ACTlON Display physical port number, in the form CSSPP Enter special feature port type code Assign external alerts Assign associated station number Assign paging Interface (associated with auxiliary trunk circuit) Assign PDC for this zone Assign all-zone PDC Dial restrict this zone (1=YES/0=NO) Assign DGC delay announcement...

  • Page 350

    Table E-P. Port Administration, Auxiliary Equipment (Menu-1 ) (Contd) ACTION Assign voice Messaging Service port type: 260 = standard voice mail services 261 = call coverage/auto-attendant 262 = message drop bulletin board 263 = Assign PD for this VMS port Restrict dial access to the CO trunk pool Restrict dial access to all other trunk pools...

  • Page 351

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data This table shows data values associated with Action=1 on Table E-P. TN742, F e a t u r e Z T N 7 8 TN763 ZTN76 Tone Detector 2 5 3 External Alert 1st Page Zone 2nd Page Zone 3rd Page Zone nth Page Zone...

  • Page 352

    Table E-R. PORTS, Station/Trunk/Special Port Circuit Board Options FOR QUALIFIED SYSTEMS TECHNICIANS ONLY (See Table E-S, " Applicable Options " ) DESCRIPTION ACTION Set CO disconnect time (in 20 msec increments) Set end-to-end signaling tone timing (in 20 msec increments) FOR TN742 AND ZTN78 ONLY: FOR ALL OTHER BOARDS: Set end-to-end signaling pause timing...

  • Page 353

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-S. Applicable Options See WARNING for Table E-R. Also note that a bullet in a box on this table indicates that the default value for that action (shown in Table E-R) is applicable for this circuit board. No bullet indicates that the option is Timing adjustable for internal calls only.

  • Page 354

    Table E-T. PDC Administration (Menu=2) ACTION DESCRIPTION Move this station to a new port (moved-to port must be vacant) Display terminal type code All other 2-53 Assign/remove PD. Display ID Note: Action/data items administrable under PD. (Menu=2) are the same as those administrable under Port (Menu=1).

  • Page 355

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) ACTION DESCRIPTlON Assign the number of rings before unanswered calls extended by Attendant return to the console (1 -31) Force DID calls to unassigned DID numbers to ring at Attendant Console Force calls to FPDCs that are not logged in anywhere to ring at the Attendant C o n s o l e...

  • Page 356

    Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) (Contd) DESCRIPTION ACTION Specify type of dialing plan for Home Area Code calls Specify the number of digits used for international dialing Provide call coverage ringing on internal c a l l s Specify the number of rings before calls are sent to call coverage or call following calls return to their home station Set time of day...

  • Page 357

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) (Contd) ACTION Change administration password (up to 8 ["8 characters or less”] printable characters, no spaces allowed, display always shows “?????????”) Change display ID for “PDC 0“ (up to 11 printable ASCII characters Change/remove unassigned DID numbers (up to 11...

  • Page 358

    Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) (Contd) ACTION Should this SLAC attendant (specified in Action 88) receive a single-ring reminder whenever a new call enters the queue? Dual-position Switched Loop Attendant system: Which attendant should take on d e f a u l t characteristics? (See Table E-X) Switched Loop Attendant system: Enter [1-6, 8, 70-732;...

  • Page 359

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) (Contd) ACTION For Callback Queuing: minimum time (in seconds) between callback retries for outgoing facilities For Remote Access: Enable barrier codes? Assign DID remote access digits Assign the remote Facility Restriction Level (FRL) Assign the remote toll restriction class Assign remote total outward restriction...

  • Page 360

    Table E-V. System Administration (Menu=4) (Contd) ACTION Assign RIMS barrier code digits (5 [5 through 15 digits or 0 through 15 digits; 0-9, *, # Sync. source” Enable automatic sync. Source switching [1=enable/0=disable] * In order to change the thing source, the DATA for Action 142 must be a”1 ." November 1995 APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data DESCRIPTlON...

  • Page 361

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-W. Standard Call Type Defaults FOR SWITCHED LOOP SYSTEMS ONLY CALL TYPE Dial Attendant (0) Call Following - Logged to SLAC Non logged in FPDC Unassigned DID Attendant DID access code PD. of Attendant Coverage Returning E-42...

  • Page 362

    Table E-X. Message-Center-Like Call-Type Defaults (effect of Action 90) FOR SWITCHED LOOP SYSTEMS ONLY CALL TYPE non-logged in FPDC Unassigned DID C o v e r a g e Returning Dial Attendant (0) Attendant DID Access Code Call following – Logged into S L A C PD.

  • Page 363

    Table E-Z. Direct Group Calling (DGC) Administration (Menu=6) ACTION Assign a DGC access code (0 to delete an existing DGC access code) For data DGC groups only; Disable DGC queuing? Designate the VMS Message Waiting indication receiver List members of a DGC group Add a member to a DGC group Delete a member from a DGC group Assign/remove Display ID for the DGC...

  • Page 364

    Table E-AB. DESCRIPTION ACTION DGC Announcement P D C Dial Restricted Assign Announcement Port Display ID 11 characters or less APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data DGC Announcement Administration [1=yes, 0=no (default)] DATA 2 5 5 [Unique PDC] E-45...

  • Page 365

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-AC. ACTION Search for PDCs of call coverage senders Call coverage receiver group Search for stations covering a specified g r o u p Call coverage group Search for PDC of call coverage (individual) receivers PDC of covered station Search for PDC having an auto-...

  • Page 366

    Searches: Action Items (Menu=8) (Contd) Table E-AC. ACTION DESCRIPTION S e a r c h f o r P D C o f p i c k u p g r o u p m e m b e r s Pickup group number Search for assigned PDCs Search for stations associated with...

  • Page 367

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-AC. Searches: Action Items (Menu=8) (Contd) ACTION Search for button location on a station PDC of station with buttons Button function code (see 10111 column of Table E-D) Search for Area Codes assigned to specified ARS pattern Pattern number or wildcard character Search for the DDC that can dial for a...

  • Page 368

    Table E-AC. Searches: Action Items (Menu=8) (Contd) ACTION DESCRIPTION “Given number, get Display ID” search (PDC, DDC, FPDC, or DGC access ,code ONLY) Enter existing PDC, DDC, FPDC, or DGC access code: “Given number, get Display ID" search (trunk LDN ONLY) Enter existing trunk LDN: "...

  • Page 369

    Table E-AD. Board Type—Wildcard Representation CATEGORY: Empty Empty Slot (Searches 15 & 17 only) Station Single-line Voice Terminal or Special Port MERLIN CS Voice Terminal or Attendant MET Voice Terminal Trunk Ground Start or Paging Loop Start or Paging D I D T I E Special Touch Tone Receiver...

  • Page 370

    Table E-AE. Port/Board Type—Specific Representation CATEGORY: Voice Station SINGLE-LINE VOICE TERMINALS: Without message waiting indicator With message waiting indicator MERLIN CS (ATL) VOICE TERMINALS: 5-Button, Z7302H01 10-Button, Z7303H01 10-Button Hands-Free Answer on Intercom, Z7309H01 10-Button Built-in-Speakerphone, Z7313H01 A 22-Button Built-in-Speakerphone, Z 7 3 1 4 H 0 1 A 34-Button, Z7305H01 34-Button Deluxe, Z7305H02,)

  • Page 371

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Pod/Board Type—Specific Representation (Contd) Table E-AE. CATEGORY: Voice Station (Contd) ATTENDANT VOICE TERMINALS: Direct Trunk Attendant Console (34-Button Deluxe or 34-Button Deluxe Built-in-Speakerphone) Switched Loop Attendant Console (34-Button Built-in-Speakerphone with 16-Character Display) Switched Loop Attendant Console, Deluxe (34-Button Deluxe Built-in-Speakerphone with 16-Character Display)

  • Page 372

    Table E-AE. Port/Board Type—Specific Representation (Contd) CATEGORY: Trunk (Contd) Delay Dial-in/Auto-out Delay Dial-in/Delay Dial-out Special Service Circuit ZTN85 (R1V1, R2V2) Service Circuit Pack ZTN131 (R3) External Alerts First Paging Zone Second Paging Zone Third Paging Zone DGC Delay Announcement Music-on-Hold First Selector Console Second Selector Console First Directed Night Service Delay...

  • Page 373

    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-K Save/Restore and System Restarts (Menu=9) For Action=1, you need to press the PLAY and RECORD buttons. For Action=2 and Action=3, you need to press the PLAY button. ACTION Save (Backup) translations Verify translations Restore translations Force a system warm start.

  • Page 374

    Table E-AG. In response to "RS232=", enter the RS232 connector (1-5*) to be administered. ACTION Reassign RS232 connector capability [0 to disconnect For Ports 1-4 ONLY*: Change the RETURN delay For Ports 1-4 ONLY*: Change the baud rate Ports 1-4 are the RS232 connectors off the Call Processor. Port 5 is a special modem port accessed through the switch fabric for RIMS.

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    APPENDIX E: Administration Codes and Data Table E-AH. Automatic Route Selection Administration (Menu=1) ACTION 1 0 0 Assign a pattern number Assign a start time for subpattern 1 A in 1 0 1 the form HOUR, MINUTES (HHMM) 1 0 2 Assign a stop time for subpattern 1A Assign Route 1 for subpattern 1A (a 1 1 0...

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    Table E-AH. Automatic Route Selection Administration (Contd) ACTION Assign Route 3 for subpattern 1 B (a 2 3 0 facility access code [FAC] or virtual facility code [VFC]) Assign facility restriction level (FRL 0-3) for subpattern 1 B, route 3 Allow subpattern 1 B to overflow to 2 4 0 DDD (1=YES,0=NO)

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    Table E-AH. Automatic ( C o n t d ) ACTION Assign a 7-digit emergency telephone 6 0 1 n u m b e r Assign a 7-digit emergency telephone 6 0 2 number Assign a 7-digit emergency telephone 6 0 3 n u m b e r 7 0 0 Enter facility (route) code number...

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    Automatic Route Selection Administration Table E-AH. (Contd) ACTION N11 CO exchange for which a pattern is being assigned (where N=2-8) ARS pattern number to route these N11 calls DESCRIPTlON (Menu=11) DATA [N11 code] [1-8 or O if this N11 Code must be followed by 4 other digits (N11 -XXXX)]...

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    Administration Error Messages APPENDIX F shows Basic Administration error codes and descriptions. The Advanced Administration system uses different terminology. For additional details about an error message in Basic Administration, press the “?” key. The following table lists and describes error messages that can be displayed at the SAT while administering the system.

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1006: incorrect entry port-on-board number out be a number from 1 to 8 (varies on of range 1 0 0 7 : incorrect action number can ‘t exceed 1 with unequipped facility 1008: incorrect entry port-on-board number out maximum port number on the of range 1 0 0 9 : incorrect entry number must be 5 digits...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTlON 1017: inappropriate request system already has Direct C A P 1 0 1 8 : inappropriate request must remove secondary attempting to remove the first CAP. CAP first 1 0 1 9 : incorrect action number does not exist or used improperly 1 0 2 0 : inappropriate request...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1 0 3 1 : at installed max -12 Touch-Tone R e c e i v e r s 1 0 3 2 : at installed max -8 external alert 1 0 3 3 : at installed max -3 paging zones 1 0 3 4 : at installed max 2 announcement machineNight Service Delay Announcements...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1044: inappropriate request primary or secondary CAP universal port number agrees with the unavailable 1 0 4 5 : at installed max -104 data port 1046: incorrect button function code button facility already exists 1047: incorrect button number out of range or reserved for system use 1048:...

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    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1 0 5 6 : inappropriate request must be virtual facility 1 0 5 7 : at installed max System btn or station group max reached 1058: incorrect entry illegal character within d a t a 1 0 5 9 : Inappropriate request, system already has QIC-...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1069: incorrect facility type incompatible with board t y p e 1 0 7 0 : facility type out of range must be 3-4 digits 1071: inappropriate request name does not exist PDC out of range 1072: can’t exceed 4 digits 1 0 7 3 : incorrect entry...

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    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1 0 8 3 : inappropriate request TT generator not installed generator was installed. 1084: inappropriate request system already has two CAPS 1085: incorrect entry must be 0-3 if parity, else 1 0 8 6 : inappropriate request DID trunk can’t have Trunk ID...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 1094: inappropriate request only DISPLAY of SLC- CAP status allowed 1 0 9 5 : action number out of sequence must enter 90 &/or 91 first 1096: entry out of range data must be 1-7 1097: entry out of range data must be 1-8 1098:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 2 0 0 3 : incorrect button number out of range for ATL set 2 0 0 4 : inappropriate request EMT can’t have button 2007: incorrect facility type must be EMT 2 0 0 9 : inappropriate request must enter PDC first 2011: incorrect entry...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 2026: incorrect entry trunk does not exist 2 0 2 7 : inappropriate request not optioned for night service 2 0 2 9 : inappropriate request trunk already assigned station 2030: out of space trunk station max reached 2031: inappropriate request...

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    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages E R R O R M E S S A G E AND DESCRIPTION 2 0 3 9 : inappropriate request buttons fixed- can’t a s s i g n 2 0 4 0 : incorrect PDC must be station for prime line pref 2 0 4 1 : inappropriate request...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 2 0 5 3 : incorrect entry incorrect area code office where N=2-9, P=0-l ,and A=l -9. c o d e 2 0 5 4 : incorrect entry data must be 0-2 2 0 5 5 : inappropriate request office code found in wrong l i s t .

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION inappropriate request 2074: office code exists-list 1 2 0 7 5 : inappropriate request office code exists-list 2 2 0 7 6 : inappropriate request office code exists-list 3 2077: inappropriate request office code exists-list4 2 0 7 8 : inappropriate request subset exists-list 1 inappropriate request 2079:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 2082: inappropriate request superset exists-list 1 2 0 8 3 : inappropriate request superset exists-list 2 2 0 8 4 : inappropriate request superset exists-list3 2 0 8 5 : inappropriate request superset exists-list4 2 0 8 6 : inappropriate request button already assigned inappropriate request 2087:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 2 0 8 9 entry out of range facility restriction level exceeded 2090: inappropriate request station not allowed speed n u m b e r 3 0 0 0 : inappropriate request trunk must be pool m e m b e r 3 0 0 1 : incorrect entry number must be 4 digits...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 3 0 1 5 : at installed max -pool groups 3016: entry out of range access code must be 1 d i g i t 3 0 1 7 : entry out of range access code can’t exceed entered for trunk pool dial access of 3018: inappropriate request only display of hunt...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 4 0 0 1 : entry out of range FPDC max reached 4 0 0 2 : incorrect entry does not exist or used improperly 4003: action number out of sequence do action 1 display before FPDC removal 4005: inappropriate request...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 5 0 1 3 : incorrect entry incorrect hours data 5 0 1 4 : incorrect entry incorrect minutes data 6 0 0 0 : incorrect entry search type does not e x i s t 6 0 0 1 : incorrect action number can’t exceed 1 digit 6 0 0 3 : entry out of range...

  • Page 398

    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 6 0 1 6 : incorrect facility type subfacility type out of r a n g e 6 0 1 7 : incorrect entry number out of range 6 0 1 8 : incorrect action number incompatible with search 6 0 2 0 : incorrect action number can’t exceed 4 digits...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7005: incorrect entry incorrect data to restrict P B X c a l l s 7 0 0 6 : incorrect entry data can’t exceed 120 7 0 0 7 : inappropriate request must install CAP first 7 0 0 8 : inappropriate request must install CAP first 7 0 1 0 : out of space...

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    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7 0 2 3 : incorrect entry data can’t exceed 1 7026: incorrect PDC must be station or data port 7 0 2 7 : incorrect entry can’t be 0 or exceed 5 digits 7030: incorrect entry...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7 0 3 7 : inappropriate request announcement group already exists 7039: incorrect PDC first digit ambiguous 7040: incorrect PDC second digit ambiguous 7 0 4 1 : incorrect PDC third digit ambiguous 7042: incorrect PDC fourth digit ambiguous 7 0 4 5 : inappropriate request PDC already member of...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7 0 4 7 : incorrect P D C not in any DGC group 7 0 4 8 : incorrect PDC not in this DGC group 7049: incorrect PDC must enter pool member 7050: action number out of s e q u e n c e must enter access code 7 0 5 1 : entry out of range...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7 0 5 4 : out of space no more room in digit p o o l 7 2 0 0 : entry out of range RS232 value out of range Target value should be 1-4. See: 7 2 0 2 : inappropriate request improper procedure 7203:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 7 4 0 1 : incorrect e n t r y data must be 2 or 3 NOTE: Above statement is wrong. data must be 1 or 4 only incorrect action number 8000: can’t contain space incorrect action number 8001: must be 3 digits...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 8111: incorrect entry trunk pool does not exist 8112: action number out of r a n g e number must be 0-1 8113: inappropriate request must install pool for this route member 8201: inapproriate request incorrect pattern 8202: inappropriate request must enter pattern...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 8402: entry out of range list reference can’t exceed 4 8 4 0 3 : entry out of range must be 0-8 for removal incorrect entry 8404: list reference can’t exceed 4 8 4 0 6 : inappropriate request all members of list were displayed 8 4 0 7 : incorrect entry...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 8418: entry out of range list member must be 1 digit; value 1-8 8 4 1 9 : inappropriate request all members of list were displayed 8 4 2 0 : incorrect entry first digit can’t be O-1 (7 digit max) 8 4 2 1 : at installed max -8 phone number...

  • Page 408

    APPENDIX F: Administration Error Messages ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 8 4 2 9 : inappropriate request phone number exists-list 8 4 3 0 : inappropriate request phone number exists-list 8 5 0 1 : incorrect entry number can’t exceed 7 d i g i t s inappropriate request 8502:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION action number out of 8700: sequence must enter pattern number first incorrect action number 8701: does not exist or used improperly incorrect entry 8702: pattern number does not exist 8703: entry out of range must be 8 digits -first can’t be O or 1 entry out of range 8704:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 9003: inappropriate request station to be linked not installed 9004: inappropriate request station already assigned external alert entry out of range 9005: pre-night service rings max reached 9007: inappropriate request selector console port already installed 9 0 1 1 : inappropriate request selector console button already exists 9 0 2 0 : inappropriate request...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 9 0 2 5 : inappropriate request sole member of queued for the station happens to be the only DGC group inappropriate request 9026: sole member of queued for if the trunk happens to be the last trunk pool inappropriate request 9030:...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 9035: inappropriate request Agent buttons must be on linked-list must be on the same same station 9 0 3 6 : inappropriate request can’t have identical list m e m b e r 9 0 3 7 : inappropriate request must be Monitor button 9038: Removal not allowed...

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    ERROR MESSAGE AND DESCRIPTION 9 0 4 7 Incorrect entry. 9048 Cannot change board type Untranslated or (and) remove board via the HI D CKT menu. 9 0 4 9 Invalid TN or ZTN code forUse correct code to set board options the HI D CKT menu.

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    The following is a list of definitions of terms used in System 25 documentation. Administer To access and change the parameters associated with the services or features of the system. Analog Data Endpoint Data endpoints connected to the system by (built-in or stand-alone) modems.

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    Attendant The operator of the attendant console. Attendant Console Direct Trunk Console: pushbutton control. Used by attendants to answer and place calls and to manage and monitor some system operations. Direct Extension with a visual indication of the status of stations. Also allows the attendant to extend incoming calls to stations through button access rather than by dialing.

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    B u f f e r A circuit or component that isolates one electrical circuit from another. Typically, a buffer holds data from one circuit or process until another circuit or process is ready to accept the data. B u s A multiconductor electrical path used to transfer information over a common connection from any of several sources to any of several destinations.

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    GLOSSARY Central Office Codes The first three digits of a 7-digit public network telephone number. These codes are numbered from 200 through 999 and are sometimes referred to as NNXS. Central Office Trunk A telecommunications channel that provides access from the system to the public network through the local central office (CO).

  • Page 418

    Covering User The person at an alternate answering position who answers a redirected call. Data Channel A communications path between two points used to transmit digital signals. Data Communications Equipment (DCE) Refers to a specific RS-232C interface connector configuration. The DCE devices are designed to interface directly (pin-for-pin) to Data Terminal Equipment (DTE).

  • Page 419

    GLOSSARY Delay-Dial Tie Trunk After a request for service (called a seizure) is detected on an incoming trunk, the system sends a momentary signal followed by a steady tone over the trunk. This informs the calling party that dialing can start. This type of trunk allows dialing directly into the system; that is, the digits are received as they are dialed.

  • Page 420

    Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Industry terminology for touch-tone calling. Emergency Transfer Unit (ETU) Provides direct connection of designated Power Failure Transfer (PFT) registered voice terminals to the CO during a power failure or other service interruption. E r l a n g A traffic measuring unit that expresses the load of one or more traffic-generating devices (36 CCS equals 1 erlang—see CCS [Hundred Call Seconds]).

  • Page 421

    By technical type these include loop-start, ground-start, DID, data, and automatic ringdown trunks. These facilities may be accessed by their facility access codes (FACS). Facility Restriction Level (FRL) A restriction parameter associated with the Automatic Route Selection (ARS) feature. Determines whether a particular station can access a particular trunk.

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    Ground-Start Trunk On outgoing calls, System 25 transmits a request for service to the distant switching system by grounding the trunk ring lead. When the distant system is ready to receive the digits of the called number, that system grounds the trunk tip lead. When System 25 detects this ground, it removes the ground from the ring lead and the trunk is ready for service.

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    Loop-Start Trunk Simplest type of central office (CO) trunk. Calls are originated by providing a dc path between the tip and ring leads. The CO detects current the loop signaled by the CO placing an ac ringing voltage between the tip and ring leads.

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    Number Plan Area (NPA) The area code. Off-Premises Station (OPS) An arrangement provided by the local telephone company permitting remote terminal equipment to operate as though it were directly connected to the system. This tariffed service can be provided only for FCC-registered single-line voice terminals.

  • Page 425

    Floating— Assigned to visitors who will be moving about the premises. Floating PDCs may be associated with the attendant position or may be “logged in” by the user at any voice terminal. Calls to the floating PDC will ring at the terminal where “logged in.

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    Protocol A set of conventions or rules governing the format and timing of message exchanges to e r r o r s . Public Network The network that can be or long-distance calling. Q u e u e An ordered sequence of tasks to be processed. Q u e u i n g The process of holding calls in order of their arrival to await connection to an attendant, to a DGC group, or to an outgoing trunk.

  • Page 427

    GLOSSARY Reorder Tone Atone repeated 120 times a minute; indicates that at least one of the facilities, such as a trunk or a digit transmitter, required for the call is not available. Also called Fast Busy Tone. Single-Line Voice Terminals Single-line voice terminals served by a Tip Ring Line or Analog Line circuit pack (2500 series and 7101 A voice terminals or industry standard Dual-Tone Multifrequency equivalent).

  • Page 428

    Switch The software-controlled communications processor complex that interprets dialing pulses/tones/keyboard characters and makes the proper interconnections both within the system and outside the system. The switch itself consists of a digital computer, software, storage device (memory), and associated circuit packs hardware necessary to perform the actual connections.

  • Page 429

    GLOSSARY Terminal Equipment Equipment used to change information (sound, keystrokes) into an electrical signal compatible with System 25’s port circuits. (Voice and data terminals are the two primary types.) Tie Trunk A telecommunications channel that directly connects two private switching systems. Time-Division Multiplex Bus A special bus that is time-shared by preallocating short time slots to each transmitter on a regular basis.

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    Trunk Group Telecommunications channels assigned as a group for certain Trunk Port The hardware (circuit pack) providing an interface between the system and central office (CO)/network trunks. Unit Load A measurement used to evaluate a System 25 cabinet’s power load capacity.

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    617A Panels 2-6 617A Panels Install 2-44 7300H Series Terminals 2-73 Voice Terminal Tests 3-3 7300H Series Voice Terminal Tests 3-3 Abbreviations 6-1 Acronyms 6-1 Adapters Description 2-8 Install 2-47 RS-232C B-9 Auxiliary Equipment C-13 Cabinet C-8 DS1 Trunk C-11 Pooled Modem C-13 Terminals C-10 Trunk C-11...

  • Page 432

    INDEX Cables B-10 C-Type Connector 2-12 Description 2-11 octopus 2-72 Splitter 2-11 Cabling Add C-3 Call Coverage Test 3-8 Call Management System—installation G u i d e 5 4 Call Management System—Planning Guide 5-4 Call Management System—Startup Guide 5-4 Carrier Loading Label 2-67 Changes System C-1...

  • Page 433

    DTU (Continued) Operation 4-14 DTU Troubles 4-81 Emergency Transfer 2-77, 4-4 Install 2-77 Test 3-15 Unit Trouble 4-80 Equipment Auxiliary B-7 Peripheral B-4 Test 4-2 Equipment Room 2-16 Station Cabling 2-60 Trunk Cabling 249 Error 4-32 Error Log 4-27 Access 4-30 Errors 4-4 ETU Trouble 4-80 Evaluate Cabinet Unit Power Load C-1...

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    INDEX Install (Continued) SIP 2 - 4 4 SMDR 2-111 TAE 2-44 Terminals 2-87 Install STARLAN NETWORK Interface 2-112 Installation 2-1 system 2-1 Installation and Maintenance Manual 5-2 Integrated Solution User Guide 5-3 Introduction to AT&T System 25 5-2 Labels Cable 2-13 Description 2-13 Voice Terminals 2-88...

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    Panels (Continued) 617A 2-6 Parts B-1 ADUs B-7 Auxiliary Equipment B-7 Cabinets B-1 Cables B-10 Circuit Packs B-3 Connector Blocks B-9 Cords B-10 Cross-Connect Hardware B-9 Peripheral Equipment B-4 RS-232C Adapters B-9 Software B-6 STARLAN NETWORK Equipment B-6 Surge Suppressor B-2 Telephones B-4 Upgrade Kit (R1 or R2 to R3) B-2 Voice Terminals B-4...

  • Page 436

    INDEX SAT 4-6 Connection 2-102, 2-104, 2-706, 2-109 Install 2-102 SAT Troubles 4-81 Selector Console Test 3-9 Service Telephone Number 4-9 Single-Line Voice Terminal Tests 3-5 Single-Line Sets 2-74 SIP 2-6 Adapters 2-8 Cables 2-11 Connections, 7300H Series Terminals 2-73 Connections, Computers 2-75 Connections, CPU/Memory 2-71 Housekeeping 2-76...

  • Page 437

    Terminal (Continued) System Administration 4-6 Terminal Operations Manual 5-3 Terminals Add C-10 Install 2-87 Voice B-4 Test Equipment 2-2 Test Equipment 4-2 Test Points 4-6 Tests 7300H Series Voice Terminal 3-3 ARS 3-6 ATL Cordless Telephone 3-6 Attendant Console 3-9 Call Coverage 3-8 Data Terminal Dialing Feature 3-10 DGC 3-7...

  • Page 438

    INDEX Undiagnosable Troubles 4-102 Upgrade Kit (Rl or R2 to R3) B-2 Upgrade Kit (Rl to R2 to R3] Parts B-2 Upgrades System D-1 User Guides (700 Series) Voice Terminal Labels 2-88 Tests 3-5 Voice Terminal Troubles 4-82 Voice Terminals B-4 7300H Series 2-92 Out-of-Building 2-95 Single-Line 2-92...

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