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Table of Contents
Xen IPK
P r o g ra m m i n g M a n ua l
NEC Business Solutions Ltd
Doc. No.: 8194
Release 2.0
December 2004

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  • Page 1 Xen IPK P r o g ra m m i n g M a n ua l NEC Business Solutions Ltd Doc. No.: 8194 Release 2.0 December 2004...
  • Page 2 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Programming Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Multiline Terminal Programming Section 1 General Information ..................1 - 1 Section 2 Programming the System................1 - 1 Section 3 System Data List ..................1 - 10 Section 4 Programming System Data ................. 1 - 29 1-1-00 Pause Time Selection.............
  • Page 4 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-50 CO/PBX Outgoing Digit Add Assignment........1 - 85 1-1-51 CO Line Ringing Pattern Selection..........1 - 87 1-1-52 PBX Line Ringing Pattern Selection........1 - 89 1-1-53 Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern Selection........1 - 91 1-1-54 Automated Attendant Transfer Ring Pattern ......1 - 93...
  • Page 5 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-25 Internal Paging Alert Tone Selection ........1 - 148 1-2-26 Delayed Ringing Timer Assignment (ICM) ......1 - 149 1-2-28 PS Out of Area Tone Selection..........1 - 150 1-2-30 PS Out of Area Timer Selection (BSU only) ......1 - 151 1-2-31 Call Pickup Group - Direct ...........
  • Page 6 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-5-14 Printer Line Feed Control Selection ........1 - 193 1-5-23 Outgoing Mode Selection ............1 - 194 1-5-25 SMDR Valid Call Timer Assignment........1 - 195 1-5-26 SMDR Incoming/Outgoing Print Selection ......1 - 196 1-6-00 Attendant Add-On Console to Telephone Port Assignment .1 - 197 1-6-03 DSS Call Voice/Tone Signal Selection .........1 - 198...
  • Page 7 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-8-49 New AA-Info Yes/No Selection ..........1 - 254 1-9-00 DISA/ID Code Assignment ..........1 - 255 1-9-02 DISA/ID Password Effect/Invalid Selection......1 - 256 1-9-03 ID Restriction Class Assignment (Day Mode)....... 1 - 257 1-9-04 ID Restriction Class Assignment (Night Mode).....
  • Page 8 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 2-01 Trunk to Tenant Assignment ..........1 - 329 2-05 Line Key Selection..............1 - 331 2-06 Line Key Selection for Tenant Mode ........1 - 332 2-07 System Speed Dial Display Assignment .......1 - 335 2-08 ECR Relay to Tenant Assignment.........1 - 337...
  • Page 9 Xen IPK Programming Manual 3-61 DIT Delay Answer Timer Selection........1 - 390 3-62 DIT Tenant Assignment ............1 - 392 3-63 DIT Holiday Mode Enable............. 1 - 394 3-64 DIT Night Mode Delay Answer Enable ......... 1 - 395 3-65 Hold Tone Automated Attendant Selection ......
  • Page 10 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 4-44 Caller ID/Preset Dial Outgoing CO Selection .......1 - 450 4-46 Live Record Auto Delete ............1 - 451 4-47 ISDN Directory Number Selection........1 - 452 4-49 Caller ID Display for CAR Key..........1 - 454 4-50 Multiline Terminal Type Selection ........1 - 455...
  • Page 11 Section 3 Software Installation.................. 3 - 600 Section 4 Wizard ....................... 3 - 600 Section 5 Programming Screens ................3 - 603 Section 6 Toolbar ...................... 3 - 605 Section 7 Xen IPK Pulldown Menus................3 - 607 Programming Manual...
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  • Page 13: General Information

    Section 2 Programming the System No figures for this section. Figure 1-1: Programming Flowchart ..........1 - 2 Figure 1-2: Xen IPK Multiline Terminal ..........1 - 5 Figure 1-3: Page Display for 16-Key and 24-Key Multiline Terminals.................1 - 8 Figure 1-4: Page Switching for Data Values ........1 - 9 Section 4 Programming System Data No figures for this section.
  • Page 14 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Section 5 Programming Screens No figures for this section. Figure 3-4: Xen IPK Maintenance Access Terminal Software Screen Samples ............3 - 604 Section 6 Toolbar No figures for this section. Section 7 Xen IPK Pulldown Menus No figures for this section.
  • Page 15: List Of Tables

    No figures for this section. Section 4 Wizard No figures for this section. Section 5 Programming Screens No figures for this section. Section 6 Toolbar No figures for this section. Section 7 Xen IPK Pulldown Menus No figures for this section. Programming Manual...
  • Page 16 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK List of Tables...
  • Page 17: Chapter 1 Multiline Terminal Programming

    Preface About this manual. The Programming Manual was developed primarily for the technician and provides all necessary information for programming the Xen IPK system. Programming can be accomplished using either a PC or a Multiline Terminal. ECTION This manual provides instructions for programming the Xen system.
  • Page 18 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Automatic Call Distribution Manual This manual provides service technician with instructions for programming the ACD. This manual can also be used by the ACD supervisor at the customer site to become familiar with the ACD/ MIS feature.
  • Page 19 Changes will be periodically made to the information in the new editions. Efforts have been made to ensure that the contents of this manual are correct. Should you find any error, NEC welcomes your comments to improve our communications. Please contact NEC on 1800 036 136.
  • Page 20 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Disclaimer...
  • Page 21 Multiline Terminal Programming Chapter 1 SECTION 1 The Xen IPK system is a stored-program controlled system. When the system is initially powered up, the CPU scans each possible interface slot to GENERAL determine the hardware configuration. The system stores this information INFORMATION and the default values in the resident system program memory.
  • Page 22: Figure 1-1: Programming Flowchart

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Functions of an existing system are changed. New Installation Existing System Component Function Develop System Data Sheet Replacement Change Installation Rewrite System Rewrite System Data Sheet Data Sheet Test System with Installation Default Values...
  • Page 23: Programming Modes

    Xen IPK Programming Manual System Programming Modes System programming has eight modes and some modes have submodes. The modes and submodes are listed in Table 1-1: Programming Modes. Table 1-1: Programming Modes Line Line Mode Name Submode Name LK 1...
  • Page 24 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Before Programming The technician should check the ROM version and the port numbers before programming the system. 2.3.1 Check Points Confirming the ROM Version The features that are available depend on the ROM version. Refer to Memory Block 8-1 (ROM Version Confirmation).
  • Page 25 2.5.2 Using the Multiline Terminal for Programming System programming can be performed using a display type Multiline Terminal that is connected to station ports 01 or 02. Refer to Figure 1-2: Xen IPK Multiline Terminal Display (LCD) Exit Key Message...
  • Page 26: Figure 1-2: Xen Ipk Multiline Terminal

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Figure 1-2: Xen IPK Multiline Terminal provides a list and description of the keys used during Multiline Terminal Programming. Description ∼ Used to enter data from the dial pad and to specify a Memory Block location.
  • Page 27 Xen IPK Programming Manual 2.5.3 Entering Programming Mode To program information in the system, the following digital Multiline Terminals can be used as programming stations. Two stations, ports 01 and 02, are automatically assigned as programming stations. DTU-16D-1A (BK)/(WH) TEL...
  • Page 28: Figure 1-3: Page Display For 16-Key And 24-Key Multiline Terminals

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd To navigate between pages, use to access the next page and to return to the previous page. 16-Key Multiline Terminal 24-Key Multiline Terminal (Page 1) (Page 1) LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4...
  • Page 29: Figure 1-4: Page Switching For Data Values

    Figure 1-4: Page Switching for Data Values 2.5.5 Station Port Numbering Plan Some memory blocks require entering a 2-digit port number. The Xen IPK system supports 48/120 ports. Programming values for entry of Port Assignments are defined below: Port Assignments Programming Value...
  • Page 30: Section 3 System Data List

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd SECTION 3 The following table provides a complete list of Memory Blocks that are available in the Xen system. The information is organised by mode, SYSTEM DATA LIST submode, and then numerically by Memory Block number. The Memory Block number and name, the default values, and programming values are provided for each Memory Block.
  • Page 31 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values DID Digit Conversion Table Not Specified Ext. No. (Up to 4 digits) & DNIS Assignment DID Forward Station Number for Busy NON, Ext.
  • Page 32 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values 8-Digit Matching Table to Class Refer to 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment on page 1-98. Assignment System Speed Dial Override...
  • Page 33 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Call Monitoring Alert Assignment LK 1 System Mode LK 2 ICM Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Internal Paging Timeout Selection 90 sec.
  • Page 34 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode LK 2 ICM (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Call Pickup Group - Direct All Blank 0~9 groups. 30 Tel per group max. LK 1 System Mode...
  • Page 35 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode LK 4 Transfer/Automated Attendant (A.A.) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tandem Transfer Automatic Disconnect 1 hr. 30 min., 1 hr., 2 hr., 3 hr. Timer Selection Automated Attendant First Digit PBR 10 sec.
  • Page 36 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode LK 4 Transfer/Automated Attendant (A.A.) (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Automated Attendant Extension Number Not Specified Tel No. (Up to 4 digits) phantom number only Assignment...
  • Page 37 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode LK 7 ESP Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Doorphone Assignment No (Not Assign)/Yes (Assign) Doorphone Display Time Selection 10 sec. 10 sec., 30 sec., 60 sec., 90 sec. External Speaker Connection Selection...
  • Page 38 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode LK 8 PBR/Miscellaneous (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values VRS Message Function Assignment No Message No Message Voice Prompt 1~2 1st and 2nd Delay Announce Day Mode A.A. 1~8 Night Mode A.A.
  • Page 39 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode LK 8 PBR/Miscellaneous (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values New AA-Info Yes/No Selection LK 1 System Mode LK 9 DISA Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values DISA/ID Code Assignment Refer to DISA/ID Code Assignment on page 1-255.
  • Page 40 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode LK 12 ACD/UCD Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ACD/UCD Group Pilot Number Not Specified Tel No. (Up to 4 digits) Assignment (for each ACD/UCD Group No. 1~4)
  • Page 41 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 1 System Mode (Continued) LK 14 Automatic Route Selection Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ACR Digit Delete Assignment 00~10 Digits ACR Digit Add Assignment Not specified Up to 10 digits using 0~9, *, #...
  • Page 42 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 1 System Mode (Continued) LK 15 ??? Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Centralised BLF Receive Extension Number Assignment LK 2 Tenant Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Trunk to Tenant Assignment Refer to Trunk to Tenant Assignment on page 1-329.
  • Page 43 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tie/DID Line Type Assignment Immediate Second Dial Tone Immediate Delayed Wink Start Trunk DTMF Duration/Interdigit Selection 60 ms/80 ms 60 ms. /70 ms.
  • Page 44 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Trunk Internal Transmit Pad Selection 2 dB 2 dB, 4 dB, 6 dB, 8 dB, 12 dB, 16 dB, 3 dB, -3...
  • Page 45 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ISDN BRT Connection Configuration Polarity Reverse Selection CO/PBX/DID/TLI = No Yes, No BRI/PRI = Yes Trunk Type Selection CTX Assume 9 Trunk (Installed, DP/DTMF) Selection...
  • Page 46 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 4 Telephone Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Intercom Master Hunt Number Forward All Telephones Not Station Number (2, 3, 4 Digit) Assignment Specified Station to Class of Service Feature Refer to Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment on page 1-424.
  • Page 47 Xen IPK Programming Manual LK 4 Telephone Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ISDN Directory Number Selection Caller ID Display for CAR Key Not Specified Tel Port No. 01~120 Multiline Terminal Type Selection 16 Button Type...
  • Page 48 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 5 Trunk Group Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Digit Add/Del for Tie Line Networking No Add and Delete = 000 Delete up to two digits Add up to two digits...
  • Page 49: Section 4 Programming System Data

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd LK 8 Special Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ROM Version Confirmation Refer to ROM Version Confirmation on page 1-513. System Speed Dial Memory Clear Refer to System Speed Dial Memory Clear on page 1-515.
  • Page 50 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK DRAFT 3 30 – Chapter 1 Multiline Terminal Programming...
  • Page 51: Pause Time Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-00 Pause Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode A pause can be inserted between digits dialled on CO/PBX and Tie lines. Use this Memory Block to specify the length of the pause. Data No. Display...
  • Page 52: Dp Interdigit Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-01 DP Interdigit Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode The DP Interdigit Time is the minimum pause time interval between Dial Pulse dialling. Use this Memory Block to Select either Pattern A or Pattern B.
  • Page 53: Hookflash Time Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-02 Hookflash Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the loop open time for a hookflash signal sent to the CO or PBX when the Recall key on a Multiline Terminal is pressed. A Single Line Telephone (SLT) Data No.
  • Page 54: Hold Recall Timer Selection (Non Exclusive Hold)

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-03 Hold Recall Timer Selection System Mode (Non Exclusive Hold) Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time a Non-Exclusive Hold outside call is held until a recall tone is generated. If No Limit is selected, the hold recall alarm tone is not generated.
  • Page 55 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Press to write the data and display the next Memory Block. Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-63 Hold Recall Time Selection (Exclusive)
  • Page 56: Automatic Redial Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-04 Automatic Redial Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. If a called party is busy, the station user dials an Access Code and restores the handset. Use this Memory Block to define the redial timing parameters when automatic redial is set to a busy CO/ PC Programming PBX number.
  • Page 57: Start Timer Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-05 Start Timer Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time needed after dialling before the system starts the Elapsed Call Timer, SMDR Start Timer, and Talk Start Timer. Data No.
  • Page 58 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Programming Procedures (Continued) Press to write the data and display the next Memory Block. Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-5-25 SMDR Valid Call Timer Assignment...
  • Page 59: Co/Pbx Incoming Ringing Alarm Time Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-06 CO/PBX Incoming Ringing System Mode Alarm Time Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time interval between the time a CO/PBX call is detected and the time the ringing tone changes to a higher pitch when the call is not answered. If No Limit PC Programming is selected, the ringing tone does not change.
  • Page 60 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-07 Tie Line Delay Ringing Timer Selection 3-07 CO/PBX Ringing Variation Selection 4-01 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode) 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode) 4-68 Telephone Ringing Variation Selection...
  • Page 61: Tie Line Delay Ringing Timer Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-07 Tie Line Delay Ringing System Mode Timer Selection Submode General Description Data No. A Tie line call ringing at a station can begin ringing at other preassigned stations if it is not answered in a predetermined time. This Memory Block defines the time, and CO/PBX Ringing PC Programming Assignment defines the preassigned station.
  • Page 62 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-34 Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection 4-01 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode) 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode) 4-12 Line Key Selection for Telephone Mode 4-71...
  • Page 63: Manual Pause Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-09 Manual Pause Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify either Pause Insertion or Last Number Dialled/Speed Dial to be executed using the Redial key if it is pressed after one or more digits of a dialled number Data No.
  • Page 64: System Transfer/Camp-On Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-11 System Transfer/Camp-On System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to allow or deny (system-wide) station users the ability to perform a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On. If allowed, Multiline Terminal users can perform a Ring Transfer by pressing the Transfer key.
  • Page 65: Station Transfer/Camp-On Recall Timer Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-12 Station Transfer/Camp-On System Mode Recall Timer Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time interval before a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On from a station (without an Attendant Add-On Console) recalls back to the originating station when the call is not answered.
  • Page 66 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 060 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 000 to 999...
  • Page 67: Co Transfer Ring Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-13 CO Transfer Ring Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to select a Ring Pattern when CO transfers are made. PC Programming Display Data Setting Page + BCS Title...
  • Page 68 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Line Pattern Tone LK 1 Tone LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 1 (Pg. 2) LK 2 (Pg.
  • Page 69: Co Transfer Ring Tone Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-14 CO Transfer Ring Tone System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to select a ring tone for CO transfers. PC Programming Display Data Setting + BCS Title Data 1 4 : C O T R F...
  • Page 70: System Speed Dial Restriction By Tenant

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-18 System Speed Dial Restriction System Mode by Tenant Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not System Speed Dial is restricted for each tenant. PC Programming Display...
  • Page 71 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures Go off-line. Press LK1 + LK1 + to access the Memory Block. Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change the tenant number. Default Values All System Speed Dial buffers can Speed Dial buffers have nine groups. These groups are listed in the table be dialled from any tenant.
  • Page 72 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1. One or more tenants can be enabled to use each group. 2. Use this Memory Block to assign which tenants use each group. 3. When speed dial is set to 1000, 900~999 cannot be restricted.
  • Page 73: Line Selection For Automatic Outgoing Calls

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-19 Line Selection for Automatic System Mode Outgoing Calls Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify which trunks will be used when a call is made using the Code Restriction Password Override Feature.
  • Page 74: Did Digit Length Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-20 DID Digit Length Selection System Mode General Description Submode This Memory Block defines the Direct Inward Dialling (DID) digit length in Memory Block 1-1-22. Data No. Display PC Programming Data Setting Title Data...
  • Page 75: Did Digit Conversion Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-21 DID Digit Conversion System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to enable the DID Digit Conversion Table & DNIS Assignment, Memory Block 1-1-22, for each number. If No is assigned here, only Memory Block 5-00 has an impact on incoming DID numbers.
  • Page 76: Did Digit Conversion Table & Dnis Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-22 DID Digit Conversion Table System Mode & DNIS Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Up to 200 incoming DID numbers can be assigned individually to ring at preassigned extension numbers on a day mode and night mode basis. This Memory Block applies to the DID number after it is modified by Memory Block 5-00.
  • Page 77 Xen IPK Programming Manual Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode) 4-09 Telephone to Tenant Assignment 5-00 Digit Add/Del for Tie Line Networking 1. LK1 - Call come in as direct indial. 2. LK2 - Calls will ring as a normal CO Ring and following Ring Assignment Day/Night.
  • Page 78: Did Forward Station Number For Busy Station Or Undefined Digit

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-23 DID Forward Station System Mode Number for Busy Station or Submode Undefined Digit Data No. General Description PC Programming This Memory Block is used when Memory Block 1-1-21 DID Digit Conversion Assignment is enabled.
  • Page 79 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. MB 1-1-23 DID Forward Station Number for Busy Station or Undefined Digit is only used when MB 1-1-21 DID Digit Conversion Assignment is enabled (e.g. set to ‘Y’). 2. Call Forward Busy, Station Hunting or Call Alert Notification should be used to accommodate direct indial calls to busy stations.
  • Page 80: Pbx/Ctx Access Code Assignment I

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-24 PBX/CTX Access Code System Mode Assignment I Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify a PBX line PBX/CTX Access Code together with pauses for outgoing calls. PC Programming Display...
  • Page 81: Pbx/Ctx Access Code Assignment Ii

    Memory Block Name 3-92 Trunk Type Selection Example: Xen IPK Xen IPK System Intercom Line PBX Line Tie Line 1. Features such as Code Restriction do not operate properly unless a PBX/CTX Access Code is specified. This limitation only applies to PBX lines assigned in Memory Block 3-92 Trunk Type Selection.
  • Page 82: Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-27 Automatic Day/Night Mode System Mode Switching Time Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign Pattern 1 and Pattern 2 start times for automatically switching between Day Mode and Night Mode.
  • Page 83 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. The start times for Day Mode or Night Mode can be specified in System Programming to automatically switch modes at the specified times. 2. A start time for Day Mode only or Night Mode only cannot be programmed.
  • Page 84: Distinctive Ringing By Telephone Or Co Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-28 Distinctive Ringing by System Mode Telephone or CO Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign distinctive ringing tone for each telephone or each CO/PBX line. PC Programming Display...
  • Page 85: Private Line Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-29 Private Line Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign an outside line for use as a private line. The private line cannot be seized by any other telephone, and no LED indication is provided to other terminals.
  • Page 86: Route Advance Block Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-30 Route Advance Block System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign priority levels (1~4) to each Trunk Group assigned in a Route Advance Block. The system has 32 blocks that can be specified.
  • Page 87 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. If 00 (Not Set) is programmed, no trunks are accessed for this priority setting. 2. If Route Advance Block Numbers are assigned and a line key is pressed or an Access Code is dialled, the system starts searching for an idle line in a specified group (beginning with the Trunk Group assigned priority 1).
  • Page 88: Automatic Day/Night Mode By Day Of Week Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-32 Automatic Day/Night Mode by System Mode Day of Week Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to select either Pattern 1 or Pattern 2 Day/Night Mode start times for each day of the week. Memory Block 1-1-27 Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time...
  • Page 89 Xen IPK Programming Manual By designating two time settings in Memory Block 1-1-27 Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time Assignment, one of the two settings can be assigned to each day of the week. For Example: To specify Day/Night Mode automatic switching time for Monday ~ Friday, and Day/Night Mode automatic switching time for Saturday and Sunday, press CO/PBX line keys 1 and 7.
  • Page 90: Speed Dial Number/Name Display Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-33 Speed Dial Number/Name System Mode Display Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify whether the dialled number or name is displayed first on the LCD of the originating station when an outgoing call is made using Speed Dial.
  • Page 91: Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-34 Tie Line First Ring Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to set specific ringing tones for incoming calls on Tie lines. After a delay interval specified in Memory Block 1-1-07...
  • Page 92 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Ringing Pattern Selection s= seconds Pattern Same as Internal Ring Voice Announce DRAFT 3 72 – Chapter 1 Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection, 1-1-34...
  • Page 93: Speed Dial Buffer Allocation

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-35 Speed Dial Buffer Allocation System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify either 100-memory or 1000-memory allocation. Data No. Display Data Setting Title Data PC Programming 3 5 : S P D...
  • Page 94: Trunk Queuing Timeout Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-37 Trunk Queuing Timeout System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time that a station with Trunk Queue set rings, before the queue is automatically cancelled.
  • Page 95 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 10 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 000 to 999...
  • Page 96: Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign a 1-digit number as an Access Code or station number. PC Programming Display Data Dial No. 0~9...
  • Page 97 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. Select options from the list of function numbers in Memory Block 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment, and assign a number (from 0~9), , or # to each selected function. • When a function is assigned a 1-digit Access Code, 2-digit Access Codes with the same first digit become invalid (i.e., if a function is assigned to Access Code 5, Access Codes 50~59, 5 , and 5# cannot be used.)
  • Page 98 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd This table applies to Data Numbers 46, 47, and 48. Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No.
  • Page 99 Xen IPK Programming Manual Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No. Internal/External Meet-Me Trunk Group 06 All External Zone Paging External Zone A Paging...
  • Page 100 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Dial Numbers and Function Numbers Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No. Specified Station Access Code Specified Station Access Code Route Advance Block 32...
  • Page 101: Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-47 Access Code (2-Digit) System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign a 2-digit number as an Access Code. PC Programming Display Data Dial No. 0~9 Function + BA Title...
  • Page 102: Access Code (3-Digit) Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-48 Access Code (3-Digit) System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign a 3-digit number as an Access Code. PC Programming Display Dial No. Third Digit Data Table No.
  • Page 103 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. Select options from the list of function numbers in Memory Block 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment, and assign a 3-digit Access Code. • When a function is assigned a 1-digit Access Code or 2-digit Access Code, 3-digit Access Codes (with the same first digit) become invalid (i.e., if a function is assigned to Access Code 5, Access Codes 50~59, 5 , and 5#...
  • Page 104: Networking Trunk Group/Route Advance Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-49 Networking Trunk Group/ System Mode Route Advance Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the function number of the Trunk Group to be used to network an Xen system to another system by Tie lines or CO/PBX/CTX lines.
  • Page 105: Co/Pbx Outgoing Digit Add Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-50 CO/PBX Outgoing Digit Add System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify up to 10 additional digits when a trunk in the Trunk Group or Route Advance block assigned in Memory Block 1-1-49 Networking Trunk Group/Route Advance Assignment is seized, and a number is dialled.
  • Page 106 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Station 100 Example: Dials 200 Xen IPK Xen IPK System System Trunk Group 02 Station 200 Rings To assign System 1 in System Programming: → 1. Memory Block 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment. Assignment 2 401 (Closed Number Block 01).
  • Page 107: Co Line Ringing Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-51 CO Line Ringing Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the initial ringing pattern for incoming calls on a CO line. PC Programming Display Data Setting Page...
  • Page 108 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring DRAFT 3 88 – Chapter 1 CO Line Ringing Pattern Selection, 1-1-51...
  • Page 109: Pbx Line Ringing Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-52 PBX Line Ringing Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the initial ringing pattern for incoming calls on a PBX line. PC Programming Display Data Setting Page...
  • Page 110 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are listed in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring DRAFT 3 90 – Chapter 1 PBX Line Ringing Pattern Selection, 1-1-52...
  • Page 111: Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-53 Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to select a ringing pattern for incoming calls on a Tie line after the timeout set in Memory Block 1-1-07.
  • Page 112 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring DRAFT 3 92 – Chapter 1 Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern Selection, 1-1-53...
  • Page 113: Automated Attendant Transfer Ring Pattern

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-54 Automated Attendant Transfer System Mode Ring Pattern Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the ringing pattern sent to the Multiline Terminal when an incoming call is received at the Automated Attendant and transferred.
  • Page 114 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring DRAFT 3 94 – Chapter 1 Automated Attendant Transfer Ring Pattern, 1-1-54...
  • Page 115: Did Line Ringing Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-55 DID Line Ringing Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. This Memory Block assigns the ringing pattern to be used for DID calls. PC Programming Display Data Setting Page + ALN Title Data...
  • Page 116: Co/Pbx Prepause Timer Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-57 CO/PBX Prepause Timer System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign a pause time before dialled digits can be sent over a CO/PBX line after the trunk is seized by a system user.
  • Page 117: Synchronous Ringing Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-59 Synchronous Ringing System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not CO/PBX calls follow Synchronous Ringing. PC Programming Display Data Function + BCS Title 5 9 : S Y N C H R O N U S...
  • Page 118: Digit Matching Table Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-60 8-Digit Matching Table System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the outgoing dial digit for Code Restriction (except OCC Dial Digit - Normal Dial). Program this assignment in one of two ways:...
  • Page 119 Xen IPK Programming Manual Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Refer to Section 6 Code Restriction in this chapter. There are sixteen 8-Digit Matching Tables. Each 8-digit table contains 16 Dial Codes. Each dial code can have eight characters including digits and/or , #, X, P, or N characters.
  • Page 120: Digit Matching Table To Class Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-61 8-Digit Matching Table to System Mode Class Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to program, per Class, each 8-digit Matching Table to allow or deny. Classes 00 and 15 are fixed. Only classes 01 14 can be programmed.
  • Page 121 Xen IPK Programming Manual Table Class A = Allow D = Deny DRAFT 3 1-1-61, 8-Digit Matching Table to Class Assignment Chapter 1 – 101...
  • Page 122: System Speed Dial Override By Class Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-62 System Speed Dial Override System Mode by Class Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify, per Class, whether or not a user can override System Speed Dial. PC Programming...
  • Page 123: Hold Recall Time Selection (Exclusive)

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-63 Hold Recall Time Selection System Mode (Exclusive) Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time for Exclusive Hold Recall. If No Limit is selected, Exclusive Hold Recall is not provided.
  • Page 124 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 60 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 000 to 999...
  • Page 125: Attendant Add-On Console Transfer/Camp-On Recall Timer Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-64 Attendant Add-On Console System Mode Transfer/Camp-On Recall Submode Timer Selection Data No. General Description PC Programming Use this Memory Block to specify the time interval before a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On from a station with an Attendant Add-On Console recalls back to the originating station if the call + BM is not answered.
  • Page 126: Code Restriction Class Allow/Deny Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-65 Code Restriction Class Allow/ System Mode Deny Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign Code Restriction Classes 01~14 as Allow or Deny. This assignment is used when there is no match or there is an overlap (duplicate numbers in tables with opposite assignments) of numbers in the 8-Digit Matching Tables.
  • Page 127: Digit Matching Table To Normal Dial Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-66 8-Digit Matching Table to System Mode Normal Dial Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the 8-Digit Matching Table by class for normal dialling as used or unused. If unused is assigned, the system does not check during normal dialling even if Memory Block 1-1-61 8-Digit Matching Table to Class Assignment is programmed.
  • Page 128: Occ Table Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-67 OCC Table Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign an Other Common Carrier (OCC) code (8-digit maximum) in a table. A maximum of 16 codes can be assigned.
  • Page 129: Digit Matching Table To Occ Table Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-68 8-Digit Matching Table to System Mode OCC Table Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign each 8-Digit Matching Table to each Other Common Carrier (OCC) Code Table. PC Programming Display...
  • Page 130: Tie Line Code Restriction Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-69 Tie Line Code Restriction System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign Restriction/No Restriction to outgoing Tie line dialled digits. PC Programming Display Data Title Setting + AC...
  • Page 131: Code Restriction Class Assignment When Lockout Is Set

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-70 Code Restriction Class System Mode Assignment when Lockout Submode is Set Data No. General Description PC Programming Use this Memory Block to assign the Code Restriction Class when a station user sets the Station Lockout or when the Attendant sets Attendant Station Lockout.
  • Page 132: First Delay Announcement Start Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-71 First Delay Announcement System Mode Start Time Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the delay between receiving a CO call and sending a First Delay Announcement to the calling party.
  • Page 133: First Delay Announcement Repeat Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-72 First Delay Announcement System Mode Repeat Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the number of times a First Delay Announcement is repeated. PC Programming Display Data Setting + AR...
  • Page 134: First To Second Delay Announcement Interval Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-73 First to Second Delay System Mode Announcement Interval Submode Time Selection Data No. General Description PC Programming Use this Memory Block to specify the interval time between the end of the First Delay Announcement sending time and the start time of the Second Delay Announcement.
  • Page 135: Second Delay Announcement Repeat Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-74 Second Delay Announcement System Mode Repeat Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the number of times a Second Delay Announcement is repeated. PC Programming Display + AR Data Setting...
  • Page 136: Second Delay Announcement Repeat Interval Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-75 Second Delay Announcement System Mode Repeat Interval Time Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the interval time to repeat Second Delay Announcement to the calling party. PC Programming...
  • Page 137: Barge-In Alert Tone Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-76 Barge-In Alert Tone System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the delayed ringing timer for incoming outside line calls. Applicable to IPK R2000 and above. PC Programming + BTS...
  • Page 138: Delayed Ringing Timer Assignment (Co)

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-77 Delayed Ringing Timer System Mode Assignment (CO) Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the delayed ringing timer for incoming outside line calls. PC Programming Display Data Setting + BCM...
  • Page 139: Caller Id Display Assignment For System Mode

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-78 Caller ID Display Assignment System Mode for System Mode Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign up to 15 Multiline Terminals to display Caller ID Indication for normal incoming CO/PBX calls or CO/PBX calls ringing a Call Arrival (CAR) key.
  • Page 140: Bgm Port Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-79 BGM Port Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the CO/PBX port to use as a Background Music port. Data No. Display Data Title CO No. (01~64) PC Programming...
  • Page 141: Isdn Dtmf Duration/Interdigit Time Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-80 ISDN DTMF Duration/ System Mode Interdigit Time Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify tone duration and interdigit time of Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) signals for the ISDN trunk. PC Programming...
  • Page 142: Isdn Dial Interval Timer

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-81 ISDN Dial Interval Timer Submode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Dial Interval Timer for ISDN lines. Data No. With IPK R2000 and above, this memory block allows flexible entries and has four classes.
  • Page 143 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Press to write the data. Press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-92 Trunk (Installed, DP/DTMF) Selection 4-71 Time Class Assignment for Telephone Mode (R2000 and above) DRAFT 3 1-1-81, ISDN Dial Interval Timer Chapter 1 –...
  • Page 144: Code Restriction Bypass Table

    Submode This Memory Block assigns a set of feature codes per system. A Station user can dial these codes as the leading digits of a telephone number. The Xen IPK system ignores these digits and Data No. applies code restriction to the remaining digits. The codes are sent to the CO as the leading digits on permitted code restriction calls.
  • Page 145: Isdn Stimulus Method Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-1-85 ISDN Stimulus Method System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the country in which the system is being used. This determines the method to be used when activating ISDN supplementary services (stimulus mode).
  • Page 146: Call Monitoring Alert Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-1-86 Call Monitoring Alert System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Call Monitoring Alert Tone is allowed. When allowed, the Conference LED indicates Call Monitoring. When denied, the Conference LED does not indicate Call Monitoring.
  • Page 147: Internal Paging Timeout Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-00 Internal Paging Timeout System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to program the time allowed for paging. With IPK R2000 and above, this memory block allows flexible entry and four Classes.
  • Page 148 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 10 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 000 to 255 sec 000 = No Limit NOTE: CCIS Network Class 1 is used.
  • Page 149: Intercom Call Voice/Tone Signal Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-01 Intercom Call Voice/Tone System Mode Signal Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to determine whether signal tone or voice is used first for an intercom call. PC Programming Display Data Setting...
  • Page 150: Automatic Callback Release Timer Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-02 Automatic Callback Release System Mode Timer Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to determine the time allowed for an automatic callback before the request is automatically cancelled. PC Programming With IPK R2000 and above, this memory block allows flexible entry and four Classes.
  • Page 151 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 30 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 00 to 99 sec...
  • Page 152: Or 4-Digit Station Number Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-03 2-, 3-, or 4-Digit Station System Mode Number Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to determine the number of digits for station numbers. Either 2-digit (00~99), 3-digit (000~999), or 4-digit (0000~9999) assignment is available.
  • Page 153: Call Arrival Key Block Assignment

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-04 Call Arrival Key Block System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the number of Call Arrival keys that can be used in the system. PC Programming Display Data...
  • Page 154 Refer to Chapter 2 Guide to Feature Programming. 1. The Xen IPK system allows a maximum of 120 ports to be shared by station ports (ESI, SLI, VMS) and Call Arrival Keys. If 32 station ports are being used, 88 remain for use as Call Arrival Keys.
  • Page 155: Specified Station Access Code Assignment

    1-4-15 Automated Attendant Message Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment 1. Specified stations can be accessed from intercom (ICM) dial tone or as an outside caller calling into the Xen IPK system via Auto Attendant. 2. The Specified Access Code is assigned in Memory Blocks 1-1-46 , Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment or 1-1-47, Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment.
  • Page 156: Customised Message 1~10 Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-09~18 Customised Message 1~10 System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to program various messages for display at a station LCD. When a user 09~18 places an intercom (ICM) call from a station equipped with an LCD display to a station in DND mode, the appropriate programmed message displays at the calling station.
  • Page 157: Intercom Ring Pattern Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-19 Intercom Ring Pattern System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to select a ring pattern when intercom calls are made. PC Programming Display Data Setting Page Title Data 1 9 :...
  • Page 158 December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd The Ring Patterns are listed in the table below: s= seconds Line Pattern Tone LK 1 Tone LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 1 (Pg. 2) LK 2 (Pg.
  • Page 159: Intercom Ring Tone Selection

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-20 Intercom Ring Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a ring tone for intercom calls. Data No. Display Data Setting Title Data PC Programming 2 0 : I C M...
  • Page 160: Phs Telephone Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-21 PHS Telephone Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of PHS Telephones that can be used in the system. Data No. Display Data Setting Title Data...
  • Page 161 2. The Xen IPK expanded system can support a maximum of 40 PS II stations. 3. The Xen IPK basic system can have 32 ports to be shared by station ports (ESI, SLI, FMS/VMS, CTI, CNF, and OPX), Call Arrival Keys, and PS stations. If 24 station ports are being used, eight remain for use as PS stations.
  • Page 162: Call Forward No Answer Timer Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-22 Call Forward No Answer System Mode Timer Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time before incoming intercom calls or incoming CO/PBX lines are forwarded to another station number if the called party does not answer.
  • Page 163 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 12 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 01 to 99 sec Press to write the data.
  • Page 164: System Call Park Recall Time Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-23 System Call Park Recall System Mode Time Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the time before a CO/PBX call recalls back to a station from Call Park.
  • Page 165 Xen IPK Programming Manual Programming Procedures (Continued) Use the dial pad to enter the time required. Default values: Note: to move cursor left. Class 1 to Class 4 = 60 secs to move cursor right. Setting Data (Allow): Class 1 to Class 4: 001 to9 99 sec Press to write the data.
  • Page 166: Intercom Feature Access Code Assignment

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-24 Intercom Feature Access System Mode Code Assignment Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the Access Code for Voice/Tone change or Step Call. PC Programming Display Data Setting Title...
  • Page 167 Xen IPK Programming Manual 1. Features can be assigned to more than one dial number. 2. To enter or # under Dial Numbers Selection, press or #. DRAFT 3 1-2-24, Intercom Feature Access Code Assignment Chapter 1 – 147...
  • Page 168: Internal Paging Alert Tone Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-25 Internal Paging Alert Tone System Mode Selection Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to determine whether or not a call alert tone is provided when Internal Paging is used. PC Programming...
  • Page 169: Delayed Ringing Timer Assignment (Icm)

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-26 Delayed Ringing Timer System Mode Assignment (ICM) Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign the delayed ringing timer for incoming internal calls. PC Programming Display Data Setting + BI Title Data...
  • Page 170: Ps Out Of Area Tone Selection

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-28 PS Out of Area Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether a call to a PS Handset which is currently out of coverage area will receive Busy Tone (BT) or Ring Back Tone (RBT).
  • Page 171: Ps Out Of Area Timer Selection (Bsu Only)

    Xen IPK Programming Manual 1-2-30 PS Out of Area Timer System Mode Selection (BSU only) Submode General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the retry time when a Dterm PS is Out of Area. PC Programming Display...
  • Page 172: Call Pickup Group - Direct

    December 2004 NEC Business Solutions Ltd 1-2-31 Call Pickup Group - Direct System Mode General Description Subm