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ISSUE 2.0
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   Summary of Contents for NEC UNIVERGE SV9100

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    SV 9100 ® PC Programming Manual NDA-31580 ISSUE 2.0 (Version 3000)

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    NEC Corporation of America has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation of America and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation of America.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Installation Section 1 System Requirements ................2-1 Section 2 Default PCPro Accounts................2-1 Section 3 Software Installation ................2-3 Section 4 Launching the Application Software............2-9 Section 5 Logging into the Application ..............2-10 Chapter 3 Application Layout Section 1...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Chapter 4 Standard View Section 1 Overview ....................4-1 Section 2 Standard View Submenu................. 4-2 Accessing Standard View ............... 4-2 Using a Standard View Screen ............4-3 Section 3 Card Configuration .................. 4-3 Blade Types ..................4-5 Adding a Blade................4-5 Removing a Blade................

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    ISSUE 2.0 Section 14 Trunk Access Map ................. 4-31 Section 15 Trunk Groups ..................4-33 Chapter 5 Easy Edit Section 1 Overview ....................5-1 Section 2 Accessing Easy Edit View............... 5-2 Section 3 Searching for a Feature ................5-3 Section 4 Programming Levels................

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    ISSUE 2.0 Chapter 8 Menu and Toolbar Reference Section 1 Overview ....................8-1 Section 2 Menus and Toolbars ................8-1 Appendix A MultiAssign Section 1 Overview ....................A-1 Section 2 Accessing MultiAssign Dialogs..............A-1 Section 3 Assigning Account Codes ..............A-2 Section 4 Assigning Call Appearance Keys............A-3 Assigning the Same CAP Keys on All Telephones ......

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    ISSUE 2.0 Section 4 Upload ....................B-13 Accessing Upload................B-13 Uploading Data from PCPro to System Memory ......B-14 Uploading Blade Configuration............B-15 Section 5 Feature Activation................. B-16 Accessing Feature Activation ............B-16 Activating a Feature ..............B-17 Section 6 Firmware Update ................... B-18 Accessing Firmware Update ............B-19 Using Firmware Update..............B-19 Firmware Update via Web Pro ............B-20 Section 7...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Section 2 Creating/Deleting a Connection Account Using the Connect Dialog ......................E-1 Creating a New Account ..............E-2 Deleting an Account ................ E-3 Appendix F Debug Terminal Section 1 Overview ....................F-1 Section 2 Launching the Debug Terminal .............. F-2 Appendix G Feature Activation Section 1...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Appendix J Maintenance Features Section 1 Overview ....................J-1 Section 2 Operation ....................J-1 SRAM Information via Web Pro/PCPro........... J-1 System Alarm display via WebPro ..........J-8 T1/ISDN Layer Status Display via WebPro ........J-9 USB Backup via WebPro ............. J-10 Appendix K Web Pro Load/Save to PC Feature Section 1...

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    ISSUE 2.0 viii Table of Contents...

  • Page 13: List Of Figures

    LIST OF FIGURES Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Installation Figure 2-1 InstallShield Wizard Welcome Screen ................2-3 Figure 2-2 InstallShield Wizard Destination Folder (Default Location) ..........2-4 Figure 2-3 InstallShield Wizard Destination Folder (Change Location) ...........2-5 Figure 2-4 InstallShield Wizard Begin Installation ................2-6 Figure 2-5 InstallShield Wizard Installation Progress ..............2-7 Figure 2-6...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 4-7 Standard View Telephone Setup MultiAssign Dialog ..........4-12 Figure 4-8 Standard View Class of Service for Telephones ............4-13 Figure 4-9 Standard View Class of Service for DISA/E&M Tie Lines ........... 4-15 Figure 4-10 Standard View Department Groups ................4-17 Figure 4-11 Standard View DID Translation Table .................

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 7-2 System Data Programming ....................7-6 Chapter 8 Menu and Toolbar Reference Figure 8-1 Menu and Toolbar ......................8-1 Appendix A MultiAssign Figure A-1 Accessing the MultiAssign Dialogs ................A-1 Figure A-2 MultiAssign Account Codes ..................A-2 Figure A-3 MultiAssignment CAP Keys (Same) ................

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure B-8 Phone Number to Dial Dialog ..................B-8 Figure B-9 Connection Availability Dialog ..................B-9 Figure B-10 Completing the New Connection Dialog ............... B-9 Figure B-11 Connect SV9100 Dial Up Connection ................. B-10 Figure B-12 Download Dialog ......................B-12 Figure B-13 Upload Dialog ......................

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    Figure G-5 Feature Activation Screen WebPro Manual Activation ..........G-6 Figure G-6 Feature Activation Open File Dialog WebPro ...............G-7 Figure G-7 NEC Information Portal Login Screen ................G-8 Figure G-8 Recovery License Access Screen ................G-9 Appendix H Database File Conversion Figure H-1 Selecting File ........................

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    ISSUE 2.0 Appendix K Web Pro Load/Save to PC Feature Figure K-1 WebPro Home Page Screen ..................K-1 Figure K-2 Load from PC Screen ....................K-2 Figure K-3 Save to PC Screen ......................K-3 Figure K-4 Save Completed Screen ....................K-3 Appendix L Store Statistical Information of RTP Figure L-1 RTP File Download .......................

  • Page 19: List Of Tables

    LIST OF TABLES Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Installation Table 2-1 System Requirements ....................2-1 Table 2-2 Default PCPro Accounts ..................... 2-1 Table 2-3 Default Folders ......................2-2 Chapter 3 Application Layout Table 3-1 Workspace Buttons ....................3-4 Table 3-2 Navigational Buttons and Drop Down List ..............3-6 Chapter 4 Standard View Chapter 5 Easy Edit Chapter 6 PCPro SD Card Copy...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Appendix B Communications Appendix C Copy Appendix D Modification History Appendix E Connection Accounts Appendix F Debug Terminal Appendix G Feature Activation Appendix H Database File Conversion Appendix I DIM File Download Appendix J Maintenance Features Table J-1 Program Table ......................

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    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 1 Introduction PC Programming, referred to as PCPro, is an application used to manage the SV9100 system. PCPro is rich with features to help users more easily manage a chassis when compared to handset programming. The user can perform the following when using PCPro: Upload/Download settings between PCPro and a chassis.

  • Page 22: Chapter 1 Introduction

    ISSUE 2.0 Introduction...

  • Page 23: Chapter 2 Installation

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 2 Installation ECTION YSTEM EQUIREMENTS The process of installing PCPro is straight-forward. Just run the installation program and follow the instructions. Table 2-1 System Requirements lists the minimum system requirements necessary for install PCPro on your computer. Table 2-1 System Requirements System: Minimum Requirements...

  • Page 24: Default Pcpro Accounts

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 2-2 Default PCPro Accounts User Name Password Access Level tech 12345678 Installer Mode (IN) ADMIN1 0000 System Administrator Mode 1 (SA) ADMIN2 9999 System Administrator Mode 2 (SB) An install/uninstall does not remove or modify any existing PCPro Accounts, or Connection Accounts.

  • Page 25: Software Installation

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION OFTWARE NSTALLATION The software can be installed from the application CD, provided with the chassis or downloaded from the web. Launch the installer. If installing from a CD, the CD should autorun. When the splash screen is displayed, select Install Software.

  • Page 26: Figure 2-2 Installshield Wizard Destination Folder (default Location)

    ISSUE 2.0 The next screen is displayed indicating the default location where the files reside on your computer. If the default location is where you want the files located, click Next>. Refer to Figure 2-2 InstallShield Wizard Destination Folder (Default Location).

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 2-3 InstallShield Wizard Destination Folder (Change Location) SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 28: Figure 2-4 Installshield Wizard Begin Installation

    ISSUE 2.0 To install the program, click Install. If you wish to return to the previous screen, click <Back. If you do not want to continue, click Cancel to abort the installation and exit the software. Figure 2-4 InstallShield Wizard Begin Installation Installation...

  • Page 29: Figure 2-5 Installshield Wizard Installation Progress

    ISSUE 2.0 The program installs. Figure 2-5 InstallShield Wizard Installation Progress shows the screen you will see that indicates the progress of the installation. If you wish to return to the previous screen, click <Back. If you do not want to continue, click Cancel to abort the installation and exit the software.

  • Page 30: Figure 2-6 Installshield Wizard Finish Installation

    ISSUE 2.0 When the installation is completed, Figure 2-6 InstallShield Wizard Finish Installation is displayed. Click Finish. Figure 2-6 InstallShield Wizard Finish Installation Installation...

  • Page 31: Figure 2-7 Sv9100 Pcpro Desktop Shortcut

    Click the PCPro shortcut icon that was placed on your desktop during installation.  Figure 2-7 SV9100 PCPro Desktop Shortcut -- OR -- Select the program by clicking Start > All Programs > NEC > SV9100 PCPro >  SV9100 PCPro. Figure 2-8 InstallShield Wizard Launch Software...

  • Page 32: Logging Into The Application

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION OGGING INTO THE PPLICATION After you have launched the application, you must login using the User Name and Password. Refer to Table 2-2 Default PCPro Accounts on page 2-1 for a list of default PCPro accounts and their associated user names and passwords. Enter the appropriate User Name and Password and press OK.

  • Page 33: Figure 2-10 Pcpro Main Menu

    ISSUE 2.0 If the login is successful, the PCPro Welcome screen is displayed. Figure 2-10 PCPro Main Menu SV9100 PC Programming Manual 2-11...

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    ISSUE 2.0 2-12 Installation...

  • Page 35: Chapter 3 Application Layout

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 3 Application Layout ECTION NTRODUCTION The programming section of PCPro provides methods to view and edit values associated with a chassis configuration. Most programming is done using two different views: Standard and System Data. These methods can be accessed through the menu item Programming.

  • Page 36: Menu

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION The menu displays the list of functions available in PCPro. Some of these commands have images next to them so you can quickly associate the command with the image. The full list of the PCPro menu hierarchy is found in - Menu and Toolbar Reference.

  • Page 37: Workspace

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION ORKSPACE The Workspace is where all programming occurs. The Workspace consists of various selections made from the Sub-menu Area and the Workspace itself. Common Workspace components are further explained. Figure 3-3 PCPro Workspace Navigation Area Workspace Buttons Data Area Subtitle Title...

  • Page 38: Title

    ISSUE 2.0 Title Title describes what the current settings in the Workspace are related to. This is associated with the selection made in the Submenu Area. The title is situated at the top left corner of the Workspace. Subtitle Subtitle shows further information about what the you are programming. Workspace Buttons The Workspace buttons area displays different buttons relevant to current programming.

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    ISSUE 2.0 Table 3-1 Workspace Buttons (Continued) Button Description Grid View is available on screens that have a large number of values that must be entered (e.g., screens with telephone extensions). When Grid View is selected, the screen switches to a table format, allowing you to easily enter a large number of values for a specified extension.

  • Page 40: Navigation Area

    ISSUE 2.0 Navigation Area To navigate to different items within a program, use the various navigation buttons. Figure 3-4 PCPro Navigation Buttons Navigation Filters Move to the previous item Select an item to view Move to the next item Move to specified items Table 3-2 Navigational Buttons and Drop Down List Button/Menu Description...

  • Page 41: Data Area

    ISSUE 2.0 Data Area The Data Area is where actual system data appears. The contents of this area are specific to what the you are programming. For example, if programming PRG 10-02, this area shows all the data items within 10-02. The contents of the Data Area are linked to the various system data views available.

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    ISSUE 2.0 Application Layout...

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    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 4 Standard View ECTION VERVIEW Standard View combines related settings into one screen, allowing a quick setup of a high level task. Settings on these screens work together, allowing you to understand how settings relate to each other. Standard screens are identified by their name. This name indicates the tasks with which the screen is related.

  • Page 44: Standard View Submenu

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION TANDARD UBMENU Accessing Standard View You can access Standard View submenu area using any of the following methods: From the Standard View submenu, select the menu item View > Standard.  -- or -- Select the toolbar icon (by clicking View) depicting the purple cog ...

  • Page 45: Using A Standard View Screen

    ISSUE 2.0 Using a Standard View Screen Each Standard View screen works differently. However the following common methods apply: Select the Standard View screen from the Standard View menu relevant to the desired task. Modify settings on the screen. Press the Apply button to save the changes. The method in modifying settings for each screen is explained in the help menu.

  • Page 46: Figure 4-3 Standard View Card (blade) Configuration Screen

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 4-3 Standard View Card (Blade) Configuration Screen Standard View...

  • Page 47: Blade Types

    ISSUE 2.0 Blade Types In PCPro, blade types are categorized under the following four groups. When you right click on the chassis model on the screen, the popup menu is displayed. The menu lists the blades and each blade type is designated with a distinctive color. Blade Type and Color Telephone Represented on the Blade Configuration screen as 'blue' blades.

  • Page 48: Removing A Blade

    ISSUE 2.0 Select a blade type relevant to the blade to install. Another popup menu appears listing blades associated with the selected blade type. Select the desired blade package you want to add. The slot changes appearances to indicate the blade that is installed, the firmware version, the port type and the port range that is used.

  • Page 49: Figure 4-4 Connect Ip Terminals To Etia Blades

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 4-4 Connect IP Terminals to ETIA Blades Click OK to save your selection. SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 50: System Installation

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION YSTEM NSTALLATION The System Installation screen allows you to assign initial settings for the SV9100 system. Figure 4-5 Standard View System Installation 1) Select Country 2) Assign Connection 6) Assign local area and 7) Assign extension and time zone. Settings.

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    ISSUE 2.0 To assign the initial system settings: Select the Country (United States or Canada) and GMT Time (appropriate time zone) where the system installed. Assign the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Optimum Baudrate and SMDR Output as required for the installation site. Assign whether the system automatically switches to Night Mode.

  • Page 52: Telephone Setup

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION ELEPHONE ETUP This screen combines system data, which is relevant for telephone settings. It allows you to assign basic telephone settings. Figure 4-6 Standard View Telephone Setup 2~7) Assign the appropriate 1) Select the ICM Extension telephone setup options. to view.

  • Page 53: Assign Basic Telephone Settings

    ISSUE 2.0 To assign the basic telephone settings. Use the ICM Extension pulldown menu to select a specific extension you want to view. The selected extension is highlighted. Assign the Name (Extension Name) that is displayed. Assign a Dep Grp (Department Group) to the selected telephone for incoming ringing priority.

  • Page 54: Figure 4-7 Standard View Telephone Setup Multiassign Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 To assign properties to a block of telephones: Select the area of cells to be assigned in a block. Right click the mouse within the selected area. The MultiAssign dialog box is displayed. (Refer to Figure 4-6 Standard View Telephone Setup on page 4-10.) The MultiAssign dialog is filled with the values from the top most selected lines.

  • Page 55: Class Of Service For Telephones

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION LASS OF ERVICE FOR ELEPHONES This screen combines system data relevant to Class of Service Options for telephones. Figure 4-8 Standard View Class of Service for Telephones 1) Select Class of Service 2) Enable/Disable services for Class. 3) Select Night Mode.

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    ISSUE 2.0 The assign Class of Service settings for telephones: Select the Class of Service (1~15) you want to assign to the telephones. Enable/Disable telephone-specific service options for the selected Class of Service. These settings are linked with programs 20-07, 20-08, 20-09, 20-10, 20-11, 20-12 and 20-13.

  • Page 57: Class Of Service For Disa/e&m Tie Lines

    ISSUE 2.0 DISA/E&M T ECTION LASS OF ERVICE FOR INES This screen combines system data relevant to Class of Service options for DISA users and E&M Tie Lines. Figure 4-9 Standard View Class of Service for DISA/E&M Tie Lines 1) Select Class of Service. 2) Enable/Disable services for Class.

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    ISSUE 2.0 You can select one of three options for viewing the services: Show all services. NOTE -- or -- Show only enabled services. -- or -- Show only disabled services. You can also choose how you want to view the options: Categorized (by program) -- or -- Alphabetic (by feature name)

  • Page 59: Figure 4-10 Standard View Department Groups

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION EPARTMENT ROUPS This screen combines system data relevant to the feature Department Groups. Figure 4-10 Standard View Department Groups 1) Select Department Group. 3) Select Primary Members. 4) Set priority for Primary Members. 2) Set up basic characteristics of selected Department Group.

  • Page 60: Department Groups

    ISSUE 2.0 To setup up a Department Group: Specify a Department Group to modify. Specify basic characteristics (Basic Settings) of the Department Group. The Basic Settings section basic characteristics of the selected Department Group. These settings are linked with 16-01. Select the extensions that are Primary Members of the Department Group.

  • Page 61: Did Translation Table

    ISSUE 2.0 DID T ECTION RANSLATION ABLE This screen combines system data relevant to the DID Translation Table and Trunk Groups using DID. These settings are used with the feature “Direct Inward Dialing”. Figure 4-11 Standard View DID Translation Table 2) Set the entries for 1) Set up DID Table Area.

  • Page 62: Figure 4-12 Standard View Did Table Area Edit Popups

    ISSUE 2.0 To setup the DID Translation Table and associate it with Trunk Groups: Select and define a Table Area within the DID Translation Table. The DID Translation Table consists of 4000 entries that can be divided among 20 Table Areas, each being made up of a 1st and 2nd Area. Using the mouse, right click a Table Area to define its 1st and 2nd entry ranges it uses.

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    ISSUE 2.0 Define the Intercept Ring Group calls that are forwarded during this Night  Mode. Specify the Intercept Ring Group to use by the Table Area during the selected Night Mode. Specifies if the call, during the selected Night Mode, is directed toward an Incoming Ring Group or voice mail.

  • Page 64: Section 10 Night Mode Switching

    ISSUE 2.0 10 N ECTION IGHT WITCHING This screen combines system data relevant to the Chassis feature “Night Service”. Figure 4-13 Standard View Night Mode Switching 5) Specify Schedule 6) Assign names to 1) Enable/Disable 2) Enable/Disable 3) Select Service Pattern applied to each mode.

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    ISSUE 2.0 This is a system-wide setting and is applied across ALL Service Groups. Enable/disable Automatic Night Mode Service. This selection enables/disables Night Mode Service for the system. This setting is linked with 12-01-01. This is a system-wide setting and is applied across ALL Service Groups. Specify a Night Mode Service Group (1~32) to modify.

  • Page 66: 10.1 Adding A Time Frame

    ISSUE 2.0 10.1 Adding a Time Frame This section describes how to add a time frame to a schedule for night mode switching. Figure 4-14 Standard View Night Mode Switching Adding Time Frame Release the mouse button when finished. Popup Move the left mouse button indicating over the slider area until an up/...

  • Page 67: 10.2 Removing A Time Frame

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 4-15 Standard View Night Mode Switching Mode Colors Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 Mode 4 Mode 5 Mode 6 Mode 7 Mode 8 10.2 Removing a Time Frame To remove a time frame, select it then drag it either left or right off the Schedule Pattern bar.

  • Page 68: 10.4 Modifying A Time Frame

    ISSUE 2.0 10.4 Modifying a Time Frame To modify a time frame in a Schedule Pattern: Select the time frame to modify. Place the cursor at the top/bottom of the time frame until it changes appearance. Left click then drag from the starting/ending time to the desired change. Surrounding time frames can limit changes because time frames cannot overlap.

  • Page 69: Section 11 Incoming Ring Groups

    ISSUE 2.0 11 I ECTION NCOMING ROUPS This screen combines system data relevant to the feature “Incoming Ring Groups”. Figure 4-16 Standard View Incoming Ring Groups 1) Place each trunk in a Ring Group or set the trunk to terminate on voice mail instead of a Ring Group.

  • Page 70: Section 12 System Timers

    ISSUE 2.0 12 S ECTION YSTEM IMERS This screen allows you to set up system-wide timers. Figure 4-17 Standard View System Timers 1) Make necessary changes to the timers. 2) Click Apply. The settings that can be changed on this screen include the individual timers. To change the timer settings from the default: Click the value to the right of the time you want to change.

  • Page 71: Figure 4-18 Standard View System Timer Classes

    ISSUE 2.0 13 S ECTION YSTEM IMER LASSES This screen combines system data relevant to Timer Classes. Timer Classes detail sets of operation times. Trunks and extensions can be assigned as members of these classes for each of the system Night Modes. Figure 4-18 Standard View System Timer Classes 1) Select Time Class.

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    ISSUE 2.0 The settings that can be changed on this screen include: Time Class: The Timer Class to which timers are assigned.  Night Mode: The Night Mode assigned for night mode switching.  Timers: The system wide timers that can be changed. ...

  • Page 73: Section 14 Trunk Access Map

    ISSUE 2.0 14 T ECTION RUNK CCESS This screen combines system data relevant to the Trunk Access Map. The Trunk Access Map administers the usage of trunks by the extension. Extensions can be assigned to one of the 400 Access Maps for each of the system Night Modes. Figure 4-19 Standard View Trunk Access Map 1) Select the Trunk Access Map.

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    ISSUE 2.0 To setup a Trunk Access Map complete the following: Specify a trunk Access Map (1~400) to modify. Select a Night Mode. Specify the access type for each trunk using the Trunk Access Map. To modify the access type, right click the trunk then select an access type from the popup menu.

  • Page 75: Figure 4-20 Standard View Trunk Groups

    ISSUE 2.0 15 T ECTION RUNK ROUPS This screen combines system data relevant to Trunk Groups. Trunk Groups prioritize the use of a group of trunks. Priority of Trunk Groups can be done via the Route Table. A Route Table entry can then be used by trunks and extensions. Figure 4-20 Standard View Trunk Groups 4) Select the Route Table 1) Add trunks to the...

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    ISSUE 2.0 To setup a Trunk group complete the following: Specify a Trunk Group (1~100) entry to modify. Select the trunks that are members of the Trunk Group. These settings are linked with 14-05-01. Prioritize trunks by ordering them in preference. These settings are linked with 14-05-02.

  • Page 77: Figure 5-1 Easy Edit Submenu

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 5 Easy Edit ECTION VERVIEW Easy Edit is a system programming feature where system settings are grouped together by feature or equipment type. This allows commonly changed system settings to be quickly accessed and programmed when configuring a system. Figure 5-1 Easy Edit Submenu Window View: Clicking this icon displays the flyout, which allows you...

  • Page 78: Chapter 5 Easy Edit

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION CCESSING To access Easy Edit View complete one of the following: Select View Tab > Easy Edit.  -- or -- Press F12.  -- or -- If the Easy Edit submenu area is currently open, select the Easy Edit tab ...

  • Page 79: Searching For A Feature

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION EARCHING FOR A EATURE You can use the search function of Easy Edit to locate a specific feature or use a keyword to find a group of related features. The example below shows entering the exact feature name to locate the feature and entering a keyword to locate a group of similar features.

  • Page 80: Using Easy Edit

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION SING Easy Edit is a system programming feature where system settings are grouped together by feature or equipment type. This allows commonly changed system settings to be quickly accessed and programmed when configuring a system. Figure 5-2 Easy Edit Tab Filter Bar Filtering adds the ability to filter an easy edit page on any settable value for the selected column.

  • Page 81: Figure 5-4 Column Filter Example

    ISSUE 2.0 After the filter bar is displayed any value can be entered as a filter for a column. In the example below, the station name column was filtered for “10”, so any name that contains 10 will be shown. You can filter multiple columns for different values as needed.

  • Page 82: Group By

    ISSUE 2.0 Group By The Group By option adds the ability to sort displayed data on an easy edit page by any of the setting options for that page, or by any settable value for the selected column. Clicking on the Group by icon will enable this feature. Figure 5-5 Group By Option  ...

  • Page 83: Column Chooser

    ISSUE 2.0 Column Chooser The Column Chooser allows the customization of pages to display only the desired columns. Clicking the Column Chooser icon will bring up a window to which columns can be dragged in and out of. To remove a column, click the heading and drag it to the Column Chooser window.

  • Page 84: Save State

    ISSUE 2.0 Save State Once modified, Easy Edit pages can be saved so the same options are displayed each time that page is opened. The current view state of the Easy Edit page as set is saved and is displayed each time you enter the page. You must also save the database to retain this setting on exit.

  • Page 85: Grid Style And Custom Themes

    ISSUE 2.0 Grid Style and Custom Themes In addition to the old controls on the new ribbon bar, the ‘Grid style’ has been added to use a predefined theme, create a custom theme, or edit an existing theme. This allows the simple selection of six color themes and to make your own theme and save to six custom slots.

  • Page 86: Figure 5-10 Color Selection Example

    ISSUE 2.0 Selected header colors Each with a setting for: • Background • Text • Border • Gradient color • Gradient angle • Grid Lines or no grid lines. The range of colors follows the colors supported by the user’s PC. Figure 5-10 Color Selection Example  ...

  • Page 87: Figure 5-12 Saving A Custom Theme

    ISSUE 2.0 To save a custom theme, choose one of the undefined themes, make changes as desired, then check the “Save Custom” box when finished. A predefined theme can be changed and by checking the “Save Custom” will over-write the default settings for the selected theme.

  • Page 88: Chapter 5 Easy Edit

    ISSUE 2.0 5-12 Easy Edit...

  • Page 89: Chapter 6 Pcpro Sd Card Copy

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 6 PCPro SD Card Copy ECTION VERVIEW The SD card copy is used to migrate from an S (1GB) SD Drive to the larger E (4GB) SD Drive-based system, and is also used if replacing the GCD-CP10 for any reason. See below for details on using and what data is moved for each mode.

  • Page 90: Chapter 6 Pcpro Sd Card Copy

    ISSUE 2.0 Choose Standard Mode. When Prompted, choose the originating drive from the pull down menu and click OK. PCPro SD Card Copy...

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    ISSUE 2.0 The copy process starts. Once the copy process has finished, click OK, then click on Close. SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Safely eject the old SD Card from Windows. Insert the destination SC Card into the PC. Click on Copy SD Card. When prompted, choose the destination drive from the pull down menu. When Prompted, click on Yes to start copying data to the new SC drive. The Copy Data options are fixed for Standard Mode copy and cannot be changed.

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    ISSUE 2.0 Once the copy process completes, click on OK. Click on Close to close the copy window. PCPro SD Card Copy...

  • Page 95: Advanced Mode

    ISSUE 2.0 Advanced Mode Advanced Mode copy is used if a SD Drive is being replaced with a new SD drive of the same size, either an S (1GB) or E (4GB). The items below are selectable options when using Advanced Mode copy. System Database –...

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    ISSUE 2.0 When prompted, choose the originating drive from the pull down menu, then click OK. Once the copy process finishes, click on OK, then click on Close. PCPro SD Card Copy...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Safely eject the old SD Card from Windows. Insert the destination SD Drive into the PC. Click on Copy SD card. The window that comes up allows for items to be selected or deselected as needed. All of the choices are optional: System Database: The system database as programmed, the same ...

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    ISSUE 2.0 When prompted, click on Yes to start copying data to the new SD drive. Note the destination SD is prepared by PC Pro before copying starts and this process can take several minutes. 6-10 PCPro SD Card Copy...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Depending on the options selected, the Advanced copy can go much faster. The largest data to move is always the InMail messages and greetings. Once the process has completed, click on OK. SV9100 PC Programming Manual 6-11...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Click on Close to close the copy window. 6-12 PCPro SD Card Copy...

  • Page 101: Chapter 7 System Data View

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 7 System Data View ECTION VERVIEW System Data represent systems settings as per the categorization used by main software. This categorization separates settings into System Data items called ‘PRGs’ (programs). PRGs are identified by their ID and name. The ID and name indicate what settings the System Data is related to.

  • Page 102: Figure 7-1 System Data Submenu

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 7-1 System Data Submenu Auto Hide: Clicking this icon hides the System Data submenu list and docks the tabs on the left side of the screen. Close: Clicking this icon closes the System Data submenu list and tabs. System Data View...

  • Page 103: Accessing System Data View

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION CCESSING YSTEM To access System Data View, complete one of the following: Select the menu item View > System Data.  -- or -- Select the toolbar icon depicting the blue block  -- or -- Press F11. ...

  • Page 104: Searching For A Program

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION EARCHING FOR A ROGRAM You can use the search function of Program Data to locate a specific program or use a keyword to find a group of related programs. The example below shows entering a program number to locate a specific program and entering a keyword to locate a group of similar programs.

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    ISSUE 2.0 To show the level of programming for a feature: Select a program. Press the desired filter and view the filtered programs. Filter 1 Filter 2 Filter 3 Filter 4 ECTION SING YSTEM System Data screens are intended for advanced users who are very familiar with using PCPro.

  • Page 106: Figure 7-2 System Data Programming

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure 7-2 System Data Programming View Previous View Next item. item. Pull down menu to changed system data item being viewed. 1) Select system data. Filter Mouse over for help information. 2) Modify system data items. System Data View...

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    ISSUE 2.0 To modify system data: Select a PRG from the System Data View submenu. Modify the desired settings on the screen. Press the Apply button to save the changes. When programming system data, changes are applied: when the Apply button is pressed. ...

  • Page 108: Chapter 7 System Data View

    ISSUE 2.0 System Data View...

  • Page 109: Chapter 8 Menu And Toolbar Reference

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 8 Menu and Toolbar Reference ECTION VERVIEW This chapter provides a table that can be used as a reference between the menus, toolbar icons and keyboard shortcuts. Most functions have more than one method for accessing it. Any sub-menus are listed with their associated menu. ECTION ENUS AND OOLBARS...

  • Page 110: Chapter 8 Menu And Toolbar Reference

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 8-1 Menus lists the menu options, provides a brief description of the menu and shows an graphical representation of the menu display. Some menu items have a flyout, indicated by the , which provides additional options for that selection. Table 8-1 Menus Menu Description...

  • Page 111

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 8-1 Menus (Continued) Menu Description Menu Display Reports This menu allows you to various reports on system settings: Class of Service settings  Alarm status  History of modifications  Non default values settings  Numbering Plan settings ...

  • Page 112

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 8-1 Menus (Continued) Menu Description Menu Display Help This menu provides access to: online documentation  register your PCPro software  display the application  version, the version and copyright date for the main software to which PCPro is connected Menu and Toolbar Reference...

  • Page 113: Table 8-2 Menu/toolbar Hierarchy And Keyboard Shortcut Cross-reference

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 8-2 Menu/Toolbar Hierarchy and Keyboard Shortcut Cross-Reference provides a list of the main menu items listed on the menu bar. Any associated sub-menus are listed in the Sub-menu Level 1, Sub-menu Level 2 and Sub-menu Level 3 columns. If a toolbar icon or shortcut key is available for the menu item, it is listed in the Toolbar Icon and Shortcut Key Sequence columns.

  • Page 114: Table 8-3 Toolbar Menus And Sub-toolbar Menus

    ISSUE 2.0 Table 8-3 Toolbar Menus and Sub-Toolbar Menus Communications Programming Multi Assign Scripts Accounts Maintenance Disconnect Cards (Blades) Account Code PCPro Create Software File Accounts Download Time setting Call Appearance PCPro Upgrade Software Configuration Keys Home Multi Upload Assign Scripts Feature Activation Interactive...

  • Page 115

    ISSUE 2.0 System System initialize Tools Debug terminal DIM file download Ribbon Scripts Default Dump DB Manufacturer Tools Save to XML Load external SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Menu and Toolbar Reference...

  • Page 117: Appendix A Multiassign

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix A MultiAssign ECTION VERVIEW To shorten the time needed to program certain system data, PCPro provides a series of special purpose dialogs. These dialogs enable you to set multiple values with ease. ECTION CCESSING ULTI SSIGN IALOGS To access the various dialogs available for the MultiAssign option, select Home >...

  • Page 118: Assigning Account Codes

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION SSIGNING CCOUNT ODES The Account Codes multi-assignment dialog enables the user to set a range of account codes. This saves valuable time over having to enter each account code individually. The Account Codes dialog box is accessed by selecting Home >...

  • Page 119: Assigning Call Appearance Keys

    ISSUE 2.0 Example To assign BINs 001 ~ 010 with account codes 00001 ~ 00019 in increments of 2: Place a 1 in the Begin at Verified Account Code Bin edit box. Place a 10 in the End at Verified Account Code Bin edit box. Place 00001 in the Begin the assignment use the Account Code edit box.

  • Page 120: Assigning The Same Cap Keys On All Telephones

    ISSUE 2.0 Assigning the Same CAP Keys on All Telephones In this mode, the same CAP keys appear on all the selected telephones. Figure A-3 MultiAssignment CAP Keys (Same) 3) Click the Setup box. When the dialog box is displayed, click Same and click OK.

  • Page 121

    ISSUE 2.0 To assign a group of telephones: If you want to view previous assignments, press the Go button. NOTE Select the telephones from the Telephones list by clicking the check boxes. Select the function keys that you want to assign to the selected telephones by clicking the Function Key checkboxes.

  • Page 122: Assigning Unique Cap Number To Each Key

    ISSUE 2.0 Assigning Unique CAP Number to Each Key In this mode, a unique CAP number is assigned to each selected function key across all the selected telephones. Figure A-4 MultiAssignment CAP Keys (Same) 3) Click the Setup box. When the dialog box is displayed, click Unique and click OK.

  • Page 123

    ISSUE 2.0 To assign a group of telephones: If you want to view previous assignments, press the Go button. NOTE Select the telephones from the Telephones list by clicking the check boxes. Select the function keys that you want to assign to the selected telephones by clicking the checkbox.

  • Page 124: Figure A-5 Multiassign Direct Inward Dialing (did

    ISSUE 2.0 (DID) N ECTION SSIGNING IRECT NWARD UMBERS DID allows you to assign multiple DID table entries. The dialog is found under the menu item Programming > MultiAssign > Direct Inward Dial (DID). Figure A-5 MultiAssign Direct Inward Dialing (DID) 1) Enter the 2) Specify the DID Translation...

  • Page 125: Figure A-6 Multiassignment Extension Numbers

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION SSIGNING XTENSION UMBERS The Extension Number multi-assignment dialog enables you to set a range of extension numbers to ports. This saves valuable time over having to enter each extension number individually. In addition, the dialog allows you to set blank extensions, thus providing a convenient way of freeing extension numbers for use by other ports.

  • Page 126: Assigning Function Keys

    ISSUE 2.0 To assign a group of ports with extension numbers: Select the type of extensions you want to apply. Specify the port range over which to iterate. Specify the extension number to begin the assignment. (Leave this field blank to clear the extension numbers).

  • Page 127: Figure A-7 Multiassignment Function Keys

    ISSUE 2.0 From the main menu choose Home / Multi-assign / Function key. Figure A-7 MultiAssignment Function Keys From Easy Edit choose Basic Setup / Extensions / Key Assignment / Function Key Template. Figure A-8 Function Key Template Selection SV9100 PC Programming Manual A-11...

  • Page 128: Figure A-9 List Of Extensions

    ISSUE 2.0 Once on the Key Template page the pull down menu will show a list of extensions. When “Show all ports” is enabled every extension the system is capable of supporting is shown. If disabled, only extensions that are actually installed in the system are displayed.

  • Page 129: Figure A-10 Assigning Cap Keys

    ISSUE 2.0 Once the extension has been selected, click on the Edit Keys tab and assign the Function Keys. To assign a key choose the feature to assign to a key, then click on the key to be assigned. In cases where additional options must first be selected, a menu will be displayed showing the option.

  • Page 130: Figure A-11 Fill A Row Example

    ISSUE 2.0 You can also choose to assign an entire row with CAP keys by right clicking on a function key and choosing “Fill a Row”. PC Pro will start on which ever line key you select and fill to the end of that row. For this example a default extension will have the top row assigned as CAP Keys 1~6 and the second row will be unassigned.

  • Page 131: Figure A-13 Fill A Row Example

    ISSUE 2.0 The first row has now been assigned. Next the “none” option was selected, line key 7 was right clicked on, and “Fill a Row” was chosen from the displayed options. Figure A-13 Fill a Row Example Using the Apply Multiple Tab you can copy the line key settings from the selected extension to other extensions.

  • Page 132: Saving A Function Key Template

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION AVING A UNCTION EMPLATE PC Pro allows an extension’s function key configuration to be saved as a template to be used later. To save a configuration as a template go to Easy Edit choose Basic Setup / Extensions / Key Assignment / Function Key Template.

  • Page 133: Opening A Saved Function Key Template

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION PENING A AVED UNCTION EMPLATE PC Pro allows an extension’s function key configuration to be saved as a template to be used later. To open a saved configuration template, go to Easy Edit choose Basic Setup / Extensions / Key Assignment / Function Key Template.

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    ISSUE 2.0 A-18 MultiAssign...

  • Page 135: Appendix B Communications

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix B Communications ECTION VERVIEW PCPro provides methods for the application to communicate with the chassis. PCPro can connect to the chassis to allow you to download/upload data, to perform a system initialization, to update firmware, to activate features and to backup a database to or restore a database from a flash key.

  • Page 136: Accessing Connection Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Accessing Connection Dialog Connecting PCPro to a system is done within the Connect dialog. While PCPro is disconnected from a system, access the Connect dialog using one of the following three methods. Select the menu item Home:Communications > Connect/Disconnect.

  • Page 137: Figure B-3 Ipkii Connect Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure B-3 IPKII Connect Dialog 3) (Optional) Load a defined Connection Account (can skip steps 1~3 by using this option. 1) Select Connection Type. If connecting to an IPK II system, select either Direct or Modem Connection Type. 2) To login, specify the User Name and Password.

  • Page 138

    ISSUE 2.0 To make a connection between PCPro and the system: Select a Connection Type and specify the settings relevant to the selected type. If connecting to an SV9100 system, select either IP or IP via ❍ Dial-up or Outbound IP. If connecting to an IPK II system, select either LAN, Direct or ❍...

  • Page 139: Figure B-4 New Connection Wizard Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Direct  A Direct Connection can be made via an available serial port on a PC. Specify the PCs serial port and its transfer rate (bps). This speed must match the KSU baud rate setting assigned in 10-21-02. Modem ...

  • Page 140: Figure B-5 Network Connection Type Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Click Next. Select Connect to a workplace, then click Next. Figure B-5 Network Connection Type Dialog Communications...

  • Page 141: Figure B-6 Network Connection Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Select Dial directly. Figure B-6 Network Connection Dialog Enter the destination phone number, the name to be used for the dial-up connection and check the box next to "Allow other people to use this connection" then click Next. Figure B-7 Connection Name Dialog SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 142: Figure B-8 Phone Number To Dial Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 Enter the login name (tech) and the password to be used (12345678) and check the box next to "Remember this password", then click Connect. Ensure the SV9100 programs 11-15-14, 22-02 and 22-07 are setup to receive calls to the modem. IMPORTANT Figure B-8 Phone Number to Dial Dialog Communications...

  • Page 143: Figure B-9 Connection Availability Dialog

    ISSUE 2.0 The PC will then try to dial the destination. Since this will be used later click Skip to stop the dial out. Figure B-9 Connection Availability Dialog Click Close. Figure B-10 Completing the New Connection Dialog SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 144: Figure B-11 Connect Sv9100 Dial Up Connection

    ISSUE 2.0 The Connection will now appear in the network connection screen and can be used by PC Programming when needed. Figure B-11 Connect SV9100 Dial Up Connection 2.2.3 Login Specify the User Name and Password that will allow the connection. The account must exist within the chassis settings 90-02.

  • Page 145: Disconnecting Pcpro From The System

    ISSUE 2.0 Disconnecting PCPro from the System While PCPro is connected to a system, you can disconnect using one of the following methods: Select the menu item Home:Communication > Connect/Disconnect. or… Select the icon depicting the connected black and yellow plugs or…...

  • Page 146: Downloading Data From The System To Pcpro

    ISSUE 2.0 Downloading Data from the System to PCPro Use the Download dialog to specify the parameters and perform a download. Figure B-12 Download Dialog 1) Select Transfer Type. 2) Select additional item(s) to download. 3) Apply filter to help find items.

  • Page 147: Upload

    ISSUE 2.0 3.2.1 Transfer Type Select a filter that controls the scope of settings to download. The following Transfer Types are made available. All: No filter, all chassis settings.  Blade Configuration: Blade package settings.  System Data Partial (System Wide): System-based settings. ...

  • Page 148: Uploading Data From Pcpro To System Memory

    ISSUE 2.0 Uploading Data from PCPro to System Memory Use the Upload dialog to specify the parameters and perform an upload. Figure B-13 Upload Dialog 1) Select Transfer Type. 2) Select additional item(s) to upload. 3) Apply filter to help find items.

  • Page 149: Uploading Blade Configuration

    ISSUE 2.0 4.2.1 Transfer Type Select a filter that controls the scope of chassis settings to upload. The following Transfer Types are made available. All: No filter, all Chassis settings.  Blade Configuration: Blade packages settings.  System Data Partial (System Wide): System-based settings. ...

  • Page 150: Feature Activation

    ISSUE 2.0 This popup is shown when the Card Configuration is selected to be uploaded and the trunks are busy. Figure B-14 Trunk Ports Busy Warning This is popup is shown when the Card Configuration is selected to be uploaded and stations are busy.

  • Page 151: Activating A Feature

    ISSUE 2.0 Activating a Feature Refer to - Feature Activation for a detailed discussion. Figure B-16 Feature Activation Dialog SV9100 PC Programming Manual B-17...

  • Page 152: Firmware Update

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION IRMWARE PDATE Firmware Update automatically updates the main software in a system remotely at a scheduled time. This feature saves times and effort in comparison to performing the task manually. A Firmware Update can only occur when PCPro is connected to a chassis.

  • Page 153: Accessing Firmware Update

    Select a Firmware File. Firmware Package File: Select a Firmware package file provided by NEC. Updating a chassis with a faulty Firmware page file could render the system unusable. Schedule when the Firmware Update is to occur using the parameters in the Schedule Update section.

  • Page 154: Firmware Update Via Web Pro

    ISSUE 2.0 Firmware Update via Web Pro WebPro supports Remote System Upgrade. Available features or procedures are the same as PCPro Remote Upgrade. Figure B-18 Firmware Update Icon Click the ‘Firmware Update’ icon and the following pop up screen is displayed.

  • Page 155: Conditions

    3. ECTION ONDITIONS WebPro supports Remote System Upgrade. WebPro upgrade requires” Firmware package file from NEC  User level (PRG90-02-03) has to be 2 = IN (Installer Level) or higher. ...

  • Page 156: System Initialization

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION YSTEM NITIALIZATION A System Initialization resets a system. During an initialization all telephone calls are dropped and all connections to WebPro, PCPro and the handset are lost. Therefore, it is important that initialization should be executed at a suitable time when the system is not actively in use.

  • Page 157: Appendix C Copy

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix C Copy ECTION VERVIEW The system data copy function allows you to copy data from one item to another (e.g., one trunk to another). This copy only applies to a single program. Copy only appears on screens where it is applicable. Figure C-1 System Data Copy 1) Select copy.

  • Page 158: Copying System Data

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION OPYING YSTEM To copy a system data item: Press the Copy button When the Copy dialog box is displayed, specify the source to copy from. The source (From) shows the item being copied from. Only a single source item can be selected.

  • Page 159: Appendix D Modification History

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix D Modification History ECTION VERVIEW PCPro keeps a record of all the modifications made to a database file. This record is known as the Modification History. PCPro also provides you with the ability to view this history list. Following is the list of database operations that PCPro records in the modification history.

  • Page 160

    ISSUE 2.0 The modification state of a PCPro database is indicated via the modification icon on the Status Bar. The different filters are: The database is not modified. All data has been saved to file and uploaded. System data has been modified and has not been saved to file. System data has been saved to file but has not been uploaded.

  • Page 161: Figure D-1 Export Modification History Dialog Box

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure D-1 Export Modification History Dialog Box The report is generated in the format you selected. (Refer to Figure D-2 Sample Modification History HTML Format Figure D-3 Sample Modification History CSV Format on page D-4). Figure D-2 Sample Modification History HTML Format SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 162: Figure D-3 Sample Modification History Csv Format

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure D-3 Sample Modification History CSV Format Modification History...

  • Page 163: Appendix E Connection Accounts

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix E Connection Accounts ECTION VERVIEW Connection Accounts provide a convenient way of loading user defined connection settings. These are application wide settings. Connection Accounts can be created in two ways: Via the Connect dialog  Via the Connection Accounts dialog ...

  • Page 164: Creating A New Account

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure E-1 Connect DialogCreating/Deleting Connection Account Click Save or Save As to create a Connection Account. Select a Connection Account from the pulldown menu and click Delete a Connection Account. Select the Connection Type. Specify the Login User Name and Password.

  • Page 165: Deleting An Account

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure E-2 Save As Connection Account Dialog Enter the Connection Account description. Click OK to save the Connection Account. Press OK to save the Connection Account. Deleting an Account An existing Connection Account can be deleted. To delete an existing account: Select the Connection Account from the pulldown menu on the Connect dialog.

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    ISSUE 2.0 Connection Accounts...

  • Page 167: Appendix F Debug Terminal

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix F Debug Terminal ECTION VERVIEW PCPro provides a debug terminal that can be used to capture trace logs from the GCD-CP10 in the chassis. The debug terminal communicates with the chassis via the LAN. A TCP connection on port 5963 is established between the debug terminal and the chassis.

  • Page 168

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION AUNCHING THE EBUG ERMINAL You can launch the debug terminal in one of two ways: Tools > System > DbgTerm Select the menu item  -- or -- Click on the DbgTerm icon on the toolbar  If PCPro is connected via LAN to a chassis, then the debug terminal automatically tries to connect to the same IP address (domain name).

  • Page 169: Appendix G Feature Activation

    Hardware Key (number assigned Informational area that lists features available for activation. For each feature, by NEC and printed on equipment). the quantity registered, the activation status (On = activated, Off = not activated) and an expiration date for feature activation (if assigned) is displayed.

  • Page 170: Accessing Feature Activation

    Manual Activation does not require that you have an Internet connection. However, you must have previously downloaded the license file that was generated by the NEC Product License Server. The license file contains the Software Code, which is required to activate the feature.

  • Page 171

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure G-2 Feature Activation Open File Dialog When you have located the file (xxxxxxx.lic), select it and click Open. When the confirmation dialog is returned, click Save & upload now to immediately save the file on the ProPro database and activate the feature.

  • Page 172: Manually Activating A Feature

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION EATURE CTIVATION SING WebPro can also be used to manually activate features. Manually Activating a Feature To activate a feature using WebPro, you must have Internet connection. Point your browser at the IP address of the GCD-CP10 (set in PGM 10-12-01).

  • Page 173: Figure G-4 Feature Activation Screen Webpro Home Page

    ISSUE 2.0 If login was successful, the WebPro Home page is displayed. Click Feature Activation. Figure G-4 Feature Activation Screen WebPro Home Page SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 174: Feature Activation Using Webpro

    In the Upload a license file to the KTS field, click Browse to locate the license file (XXXXXXX.lic). The license file is obtained by accessing the NEC Product Activation Server, or by activating the feature using PCPro (refer to Section 3 Feature Activation Using WebPro on page G-4).

  • Page 175: Figure G-6 Feature Activation Open File Dialog Webpro

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure G-6 Feature Activation Open File Dialog WebPro Click Upload to retrieve the license file. If the license file upload is successful, the feature is activated. SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 176: Recovery License

    SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual for more information. To Activate the Recovery License: Go to https://eip.necunified.com/login.aspx Figure G-7 NEC Information Portal Login Screen Input the User Name and Password. Go to the Recovery License section. Feature Activation...

  • Page 177: Further Information

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure G-8 Recovery License Access Screen Select the Company and Site location. Generate Recovery License. You can only have two for each site. NOTE Further Information For further information on Feature Activation visit: https://eip.necunified.com/login.aspx SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

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    ISSUE 2.0 G-10 Feature Activation...

  • Page 179: Appendix H Database File Conversion

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix H Database File Conversion ECTION VERVIEW This feature converts an SV8100 PCPro database file into a SV9100 PCPro database file. ECTION PERATION Use the following procedure to perform SV8100 PCPro configuration file (*.pcp) to SV9100 PCPro configuration file (*.pcpx).  SV9100PCPro Select [File] ->...

  • Page 180: Figure H-2 Database File Conversion Selection

    ISSUE 2.0 2. Please select PCPro database file to convert. (Extension is available with “*.pcp”,”*.pcpx”.) >Select the file and click Open. Figure H-2 Database File Conversion Selection After open the file to convert, the following confirmation dialog will appear. Click OK to convert the file into SV9100 database file.

  • Page 181: Figure H-4 Complete File Conversion

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure H-4 Complete File Conversion 4. Conversion process is now completed. SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Database File Conversion...

  • Page 183: Dim File Download

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix I DIM File Download ECTION VERVIEW The DIM File Download feature supports downloading a DIM log file using PCPro. A DIM log file contains operational, system information, and critical information about the system. With Version 2.xx.xx system software the DIM files can be downloaded to a USB drive mounted to the CPU.

  • Page 184: Figure I-2 Dim File Download Dialog Box

    ISSUE 2.0 When the Download Dialogue runs, PCPro requests file information from "C:\\DATA\\*.txt"". The Dialog Box displays all existing files with NOTE "C:\\DATA\\*.txt"". Figure I-2 DIM File Download Dialog Box Check the Download box next to the file(s) to download from the system. Click OK.

  • Page 185: Figure I-3 Dim File Download Status

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure I-3 DIM File Download Status Limitation: The maximum file size that it is available to download with PCPro is 1MB per file. CAUTION If the file is 1.5MB, the first 1MB will download, but the last 500 KB will not download.

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    ISSUE 2.0 DIM File Download...

  • Page 187: Appendix J Maintenance Features

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix J Maintenance Features ECTION VERVIEW The following four features are supported: SRAM Information via Web / PC Pro.  System Alarm display via Web Pro.  T1/ISDN layer status display via Web / PC Pro.  USB Backup via Web Pro.

  • Page 188

    ISSUE 2.0 Table J-1 Program Table (Continued) Program No. Name Input Data (Read Only) 93-02-01 Automatic Transfer to Transfer 0 = Disable Indicates Automatic Trunk 1 = Enable Transfer setting status. 93-02-02 Trunk Port Disable by Service 0 = Disable Code 1 = Enable Indicates the Trunk Port Disable...

  • Page 189

    ISSUE 2.0 Table J-1 Program Table (Continued) Program No. Name Input Data (Read Only) 93-03-10 Alarm Clock 1 0 = Disable Indicates Alarm Clock 1 setting 1 = Enable status. 93-03-11 Preset time at Alarm 1 Time set in Alarm Clock 1. Indicates the time set in Alarm When PRG 93-03-10 is "0", [00:00] is Clock 1.

  • Page 190

    ISSUE 2.0 Table J-1 Program Table (Continued) Program No. Name Input Data (Read Only) 93-05-01 Set Automatic transfer at 0 = Disable Department Group Call 1 = Enable Indicates Automatic transfer setting status per Department Group. 93-05-02 Set Delayed Transfer at 0 = Disable Department Group Call 1 = Enable...

  • Page 191: Figure J-1 Example Of Program 93-01

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure J-1 Example of Program 93-01 Figure J-1 Example of Program 93-02 SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure J-1 Example of Program 93-03 Figure J-1 Example of Program 93-04 Maintenance Features...

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    ISSUE 2.0 Figure J-1 Example of Program 93-05 SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 194: System Alarm Display Via Webpro

    ISSUE 2.0 System Alarm display via WebPro The system alarm can be checked via WebPro. By clicking the System Alarm icon at the home screen of WebPro, up to 100 alarm reports can be monitored. WebPro does not support an alarm report output. The following user level can access the function: 1 = MF (Manufacturer Level) 2 = IN (Installer Level)

  • Page 195: T1/isdn Layer Status Display Via Webpro

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure J-3 System Alarm Screen T1/ISDN Layer Status Display via WebPro WebPro can monitor T1 / ISDN link status saved in PRG90-60 (T1/ISDN Layer Status Information). This program displays layer status information for T1/PRI/BRI packages. - =No link 0 = Link N/A = except BRI or PRI card is mounted.

  • Page 196: Usb Backup Via Webpro

    ISSUE 2.0 Figure J-4 90-60: T1/ISDN Layer Status Information USB Backup via WebPro USB backup can save the SRAM data or programmed data to a USB drive using WebPro. An alarm report can be also saved together at the time of USB saving execution.

  • Page 197: Figure J-5 Save To Usb Flash

    ISSUE 2.0 Operation: The following home screen is displayed. Click on the “Save to USB Flash” icon. Figure J-5 Save to USB Flash SV9100 PC Programming Manual J-11...

  • Page 198: Figure J-6 Start Save Screen

    ISSUE 2.0 The USB Save screen is displayed. Click the “Start Save” button. If the USB drive is not installed in the CPU, an error is displayed. CAUTION Figure J-6 Start Save Screen J-12 Maintenance Features...

  • Page 199: Figure J-7 Proceed With Saving Data Screen

    ISSUE 2.0 The following popup window is displayed. Click the “OK” button. Figure J-7 Proceed with Saving Data Screen The following screen is displayed, and data is saved to the USB Flash Drive. Figure J-8 Saving to USB Flash Drive SV9100 PC Programming Manual J-13...

  • Page 200: Figure J-9 Save Finished Screen

    ISSUE 2.0 The following screen is displayed when data saving is completed. Figure J-9 Save Finished Screen Conditions: To perform a USB save, 32 MB of availability is required for a USB  flash device. When moving to Save/Load screen, an error message will be shown ...

  • Page 201: Appendix K Web Pro Load/save To Pc Feature

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix K Web Pro Load/Save to PC Feature ECTION VERVIEW WebPro supports Load/Save feature of the PCPro database (configuration) file and Remote System Upgrade. ECTION PERATION WebPro Load/Save PCPro Configuration File ‘Load from PC (=Upload)’ and ‘Save to PC (=Download)’ icons are added on the Administration area of the WebPro Home Page screen.

  • Page 202: Load From Pc

    ISSUE 2.0 Load from PC Click the ‘Load from PC’ icon, and the following pop up screen is displayed. Figure K-2 Load from PC Screen Select the PCPro configuration file. The configuration file has to be decompressed by gzip format (.gz) before upload. Click the ‘Load’...

  • Page 203: Save To Pc

    ISSUE 2.0 Save to PC Click the ‘Save to PC’ icon and the following pop up screen is displayed. Figure K-3 Save to PC Screen Click the ‘Save’ button that starts decompressed configuration file download. When saving is completed, ‘Save completed’ is displayed. Figure K-4 Save Completed Screen SV9100 PC Programming Manual...

  • Page 204: Conditions

    ISSUE 2.0 Then click save (S) and enter the location of the local PC folder to save. ECTION ONDITIONS The configuration file has to be decompressed by gzip format (.gz) before upload.  User level (PRG90-02-03) has to be 3 = SA (System Administrator Level 1) or ...

  • Page 205: Appendix L Store Statistical Information Of Rtp

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Appendix L Store Statistical Information of RTP ECTION VERVIEW With Version 3000 or higher CPU software the Store Statistical Information of RTP feature supports downloading a RTP log file using PCPro, or to USB via TEL Pro. A RTP log file contains operational, system information, and critical information about RTP.

  • Page 206: Figure L-2 Rtp File Download Dialog Box

    ISSUE 2.0 When the Download Dialogue runs, PCPro requests file information from “C:\\DATA\\*.csv””. The Dialog Box displays all existing files with NOTE “C:\\DATA\\*.csv””. Figure L-2 RTP File Download Dialog Box Check the Download box next to the file(s) to download from the system. Click OK.

  • Page 207: Data Fields

    ISSUE 2.0 Use the following procedure to download an RTP log file to USB using TEL Pro. Insert USB Drive into GCD-CP10. Enter Telephone Programming and go to PRG 90-03-03. Enter 1 and Transfer. The log is finished saving after “Saving RTP log” is cleared from display. ECTION IELDS UIDE TO...

  • Page 208

    ISSUE 2.0 Table L-1 Data Fields Data Name Data Outline Sender SSRC DSP of VOIPDB determines SSRC at random at the time of channel opening. Receiver Statistical Information on System Side Max Inter Arrival Jitter The max interval of the arrival time of an RTP packet.

  • Page 209

    ISSUE 2.0 ECTION UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Default Level Item No. Selection 11-10-54 Service Code Setup (for (Up to 8 digits) System Administrator) – Save Store Statistical Information of RTP RTP Information is saved on...

  • Page 210

    ISSUE 2.0 Table L-2 Stations Applied/Not Applied/Not Applied Terminal Type Remarks Applied System *1 System *2 Standard SIP Phone UT880 *1 - Statistical RTP Information is available if call uses VoIPDB. *2 - Statistical RTP Information is available if terminal supports RTCP. 2.

  • Page 211

    ISSUE 2.0 When saving the RTP Information to SD card, and 30 MB or less is available on SD  card, previous RTP files are deleted until 30 MB or more is available. This is required to allow the 21 MB for CPU Remote Upgrade. When the remote side does not support RTCP, only the RTP information of the ...

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