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  • Page 1 HiPath 1100 HiPath 1120 HiPath 1150 HiPath 1190 Service Manual...
  • Page 2 Important Information System Data HiPath 1100 Models Modules HiPath 1120/1150/1190 Installation Service Manual Selo CE Telephones The device conforms to the EU directive Operation 1999/5/EG, as attested by the CE mark. Certificado Ambiental Configuring the system specifically for the client...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2.4 HiPath 1100 System Periphery ........
  • Page 4 Contents 3.5.2 HiPath1150/1190/1190R ......... . . 3-61 3.5.3 S0 module .
  • Page 5 4.7.1 Configuring the HiPath 1100 ........
  • Page 6 Contents 4.9 Connections to the system’s MDF ........4-170 4.9.1 HiPath 1120 .
  • Page 7 7.3.1 HiPath 1100 USB Drivers ........
  • Page 8 7.4.4.8 Siemens Admin Console ........
  • Page 9: Figures

    Figures Figures Figure 2-1 System Overview ......... . 2-27 Figure 2-2 HiPath 1120 Periphery .
  • Page 10 Figures Figure 3-36 MDF - Connectors ......... 3-101 Figure 3-37 Backplane HiPath 1150 .
  • Page 11 External analog modem connection ......7-290 Figure 7-9 HiPath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog modem ... . . 7-291 Figure 7-10 CommServer Configuration - Remote Analog modem .
  • Page 12 Figures Figure 7-14 Installation Setup - USB Drivers ....... 7-297 Figure 7-15 Windows 98 SE - USB Driver Installation.
  • Page 13 Figures Figure 7-58 SW Router ADSL firmware update ......7-337 Figure 7-59 ADSL router configuration SW ....... 7-338 Figure 7-60 Configuring the ADSL via web Browser .
  • Page 14 Figures Service Manual...
  • Page 15: Tables

    Environmental conditions ........2-40 Table 2-13 Documentation list for HiPath 1100......2-41 Table 3-1 Abbreviations for Country names: .
  • Page 16 Technical data of the battery interconnect cable ....3-122 Table 4-1 HiPath 1100 - Equipment installation procedures ....4-126 Table 4-2 Slot / type of module for the HiPath 1150.
  • Page 17 Tables Table 6-13 Remote administration ........6-223 Table 6-14 Internal entrance telephone.
  • Page 18: Important Information

    Important Information Safety Information Important Information HiPath 1100 Telecommunications Systems are compatible with TN-S and TN-C-S power systems featuring a PEN conductor divided into two parts: a safety ground conductor (PE) and a neutral conductor (N) as defined in IEC 364-3.
  • Page 19: Safety Information: Danger

    ● Replace any damaged safety equipment immediately (covers, labels, safety cables). ● Use Siemens-approved cables and modules only. The use of accessories that are not ● recommended for the system may cause it to malfunction. Make sure power is turned off while equipment is being serviced.
  • Page 20: Safety Information: Warning

    Important Information Safety Information Make sure that no circuit is powered up before you start working on the equipment. Never ● assume that all circuits are automatically disconnected every time a breaker or additional fuse is disconnected. Do not connect or remove telephone lines or circuit boards during a thunderstorm. ●...
  • Page 21: Safety Information: Caution

    Important Information Safety Information 1.1.3 Safety Information: Caution Checking and Measuring Voltage Check rated voltage for recommended system installation. ● Proceed very carefully when making measurements on live components or when servicing ● equipment with the power on. Main Circuit Breaker Know the location of the system’s main circuit breaker and its conductive capacity.
  • Page 22: General Information

    Important Information Safety Information 1.1.4 General Information Line/Cable Connections All cables coming out of the system must be protected along their entire path inside ● conduits, ducts or other appropriate routes of conveyance. Cables must be connected only to their specified connections points. ●...
  • Page 23: What To Do In Case Of An Emergency

    Important Information Safety Information 1.1.5 What to do in Case of an Emergency Procedures to follow during Accidents In the event of an accident stay calm and proceed with caution. ● Turn off the power before touching the victim of an electrical accident. ●...
  • Page 24: Data Protection And Confidentiality

    Guidelines for Siemens Employees Siemens company policy and procedures require secure business practices and employee data confidentiality. The following rules must be strictly followed in order to ensure compliance with job-related statutory requirements (be they company functions or outsourced maintenance and management).
  • Page 25: Structure Of This Service Manual

    Chapter 2, “System Data” provides a description of the HiPath 1100 system, technical ● information, and a list of relevant documentation. Chapter 3, “Modules” describes all the modules that comprise the HiPath 1100 system as ● well as their characteristics.
  • Page 26: System Data

    System Data Overview System Data Overview This manual describes the HiPath 1100 systems and their characteristics. Read all the chapters in this manual carefully. Only trained technical personnel should handle and service this system. About this chapter This chapter covers the following topics:...
  • Page 27: Configurations Hipath 1100

    Configurations HiPath 1100 Configurations HiPath 1100 The systems HiPath 1100 are designed to meet the requirements for a wide range of clients and are offered in the following configurations: HiPath 1120: Wallmount, standard configuration for 2 external lines, 8 extensions and 4 ●...
  • Page 28: Hipath 1100 System Periphery

    System Data HiPath 1100 System Periphery HiPath 1100 System Periphery HiPath 1120 ● System Telephones Service PC Mini DIN-6 V.24 Printer External analog lines Analog extensions Service PC Mini DIN-4 Sensor and Relay ADSL Music mod- HUB - 4 PC Ports...
  • Page 29: Figure 2-4 Hipath 1190 Periphery

    System Data HiPath 1100 System Periphery HiPath 1190 ● Service PC System telephones Mini DIN-6 Printer V.24 External music source Music Service PC Mini DIN-4 CD 16 System ADSL HUB - 4 PC Ports Ethernet telephones TME1 Primary Access P0/E...
  • Page 30: System Expansion Limitations

    System Data System expansion limitations System expansion limitations During system installation (see “Installing modules” on page 4-138) please consider characteristics, recommendations and limitations of the modules that will comprise the final set. We therefore recommend that you read this chapter carefully, where you will find the maximum capacities of each module and how it interacts with the other components.
  • Page 31: Table 2-1 Specific Limitations To System Expansion

    System Data System expansion limitations Extension (analog + digital) System Telephones (KS + optiPoint) 8 KS 8 KS (see “CTR-UP0/E module” on page 3-79) 8 optiPoint 16 optiPoint 16 optiPoint (4 master + 4 (8 master + 8 (8 master + 8 slave) slave) slave)
  • Page 32: Considerations For Digital Lines

    System Data System expansion limitations 2.5.1 Considerations for digital lines HiPath 1120 Maximum number of external lines allowed is 16 (S0 digital lines + external analog lines) Settings External analog line S0 module digital line Total MB + 1 EB 200 MB + 1 S0-2 MB + 1 S0-2 + 1 EB 200 Table 2-2...
  • Page 33: Table 2-3 Considerations On S0 Digital Lines On The Hipath 1150

    System Data System expansion limitations Settings External analog line S0 module digital line Total MB + 1 EB 800 MB + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 400 + 1 EB 200 16 MB + 1 S0-2 MB + 1 S0-2 + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 200 MB + 1 S0-5 MB + 1 S0-5 + 1 EB 400 Table 2-3...
  • Page 34: Considerations On System Telephones

    System Data System expansion limitations 1 TME1 + 1 EB 800 2 TME1 + 1 EB 800 1 TME1 + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 200 10 2 TME1 + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 200 10 1 TME1 + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 400 12 2 TME1 + 1 EB 800 + 1 EB 400 12 1 TME1 + 2 EB 800 2 TME1 + 2 EB 800...
  • Page 35: Notes On Hipath 1150

    System Data System expansion limitations HiPath 1150/1190 The table below shows the settings available for KS with optiPoint using U P0/E MODULES Master/Slave/KS None (2 Ports) (4 Ports) (8 Ports) P0/E P0/E P0/E None 0/0/8 2/2/8 4/4/8 8/8/8 (2 Ports) 2/2/8 4/4/8 6/6/8...
  • Page 36: Notes On Hipath 1190

    System Data System expansion limitations PCMs are first allocated by connecting a codec in a channel and then letting the DSP transfer this channel to another. The codec can only be connected in 2 highways, and so to interlink the codecs with the third highway (c) it is necessary to proceed as with the first highway.
  • Page 37: Table 2-9 Distribution Of Modules On The Hipath 1190 Backplanes

    System Data System expansion limitations Table 2-9 shows the slots and their Highways. Slot 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Highways Slot 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 Highways Table 2-9 Distribution of modules on the HiPath 1190 backplanes 2-37 Service Manual...
  • Page 38: Technical Data

    System Data Technical Data Technical Data Element HiPath 1120 HiPath 1150 HiPath 1190 Standard Cabinet Size Length 360 mm (14.17") 470 mm 420 mm (18.50") (16.53") Depth 288 mm (11.33") 14.17" (370 394 mm (15.51") Height 64.4 mm (2.53") 100 mm (3.93") 498 mm (19.60") Weight...
  • Page 39: Technical Standards And Compliance

    System Data Technical standards and compliance Element HiPath 1120 HiPath 1150 HiPath 1190 Open loop isolation resistance between A/B or a/ > 10MΩ ground or b/ground Closed loop line resistance/ Complies with national requirements/standards continuous loop current Incoming Call Detection >...
  • Page 40: International Safety Standard

    System Data Technical standards and compliance 2.7.1 International Safety Standard IEC 60950 ● 2.7.2 Environmental conditions Operation Transportation Storage Air Temperature (the +41 to +86 -13 to +158 41 to +113 Relative humidity 5% to 85 % 5% to 95% Table 2-12 Environmental conditions Servicing conditions (mechanical)
  • Page 41: Documentation List

    Attendant Console - Profiset 3030 and E822 ST system A31003-K1270-U110-*-**19 telephones Service Manual A31003-K1270-S100-*-**20 Manager A31003-K1270-M100-*-**A9 Options (Brazil) Interaction Center Smart User Manual A30808-X5226-E175-*-7618 TAC Smart Quick Reference Guide A30808-X5226-V103-*-7619 Table 2-13 Documentation list for HiPath 1100 2-41 Service Manual...
  • Page 42: New In Hipath 1100 V7.0

    System Data New in HiPath 1100 V7.0 New in HiPath 1100 V7.0 The table describes the set of new features in V7.0. The data are without requirement on completeness. Feature Documentation Order number Small Hotel Application Operating Instructions Extension number changing...
  • Page 43: Modules

    Modules Overview Modules Overview About this Chapter This chapter covers the following topics: Topic Page Abbreviations for Country names 3-44 List of modules 3-44 Modules/components Motherboard (MB) 3-50 ● Expansion modules (EB) 3-58 ● S0 module 3-66 ● TME1 module 3-69 ●...
  • Page 44: Abbreviations For Country Names

    Modules Abbreviations for Country names Abbreviations for Country names Brazil International Market South Africa Argentina Spain India Russia United Kingdom Australia Table 3-1 Abbreviations for Country names: List of modules List of modules/components - HiPath 1120 Module / component Reference HiPath 1120 S30817-U857-B401-* (IM) :110V S30817-U857-A401-* (IM) :220V...
  • Page 45 Modules List of modules Module / component Reference Expansion module EB 204 S30817-H844-A401-* (IM) S30817-H844-A464-* (IND) S30817-H844-A497-* (RSA) EB 200 S30817-H844-B401-* (IM) S30817-H844-B464-* (IND) S30817-H844-B497-* (RSA) S0 module (2 ports) S30817-H843-A301-* S0 module (1 port) S30817-H843-B301-* module (4 ports) S30817-H863-A401-* (IM) P0/E module (2 ports) S30817-H863-B401-* (IM)
  • Page 46: Hipath 1150

    Modules List of modules Module / component Reference Ferrite for C95 interconnect cable C39022-Z7000-C15 Interconnect cable (flat cable)- U C39195-Z7001-C96 P0/E Additional power supply - U C39280-Z4-C71 P0/E *) Module/component version. Table 3-2 List of modules/components - HiPath 1120 Note 1: See “Internal entrance telephone with TFE interface” on page 3-103 TFE entrance telephone interface S30122-K7696-T313-* with an amplifier) TFE entrance telephone interface S30817-K930-A300-* without an amplifier) entrance telephone interface, Brazil, S30817-Q936-C282...
  • Page 47: Expansion Modules (Eb)

    Modules List of modules Module / component Reference HiPath 1190R Full (2 shelves) S30777-U770-C401-* (IM) S30777-U770-C464-* (IND) S30777-U770-C400-* (AUS) S30777-U770-C497-* (RSA) Medium (1 shelf) S30777-U770-D401-* (IM) S30777-U770-D464-* (IND) S30777-U770-D400-* (AUS) S30777-U770-D497-* (RSA) Expansion Kit HiPath 1190 Power supplies, cables and backplanes S30777-H770-B497-* (RSA) S30777-H770-B401-* (IM) Motherboard (MB) HiPath 1150...
  • Page 48: S0 Module

    Modules List of modules Module / component Reference EB 400 S30817-H850-B301-* (IM) S30817-H850-B364-* (IND) S30817-H850-B397-* (RSA) EB 800 S30817-H850-A301-* (IM) S30817-H850-A364-* (IND) S30817-H850-A397-* (RSA) S0 module (5 ports) S30817-H851-A301-* S0 module (2 ports) S30817-H851-B301-* TME1 module S30817-H846-A282-* module (8 ports) S30817-H864-A401-* P0/E module (4 ports)
  • Page 49: Power Supply Unit (Psu)

    Modules List of modules Module / component Reference – Interconnect cable between batteries C39195-A7944-B49 (BBU) Ferrite for power cable C39022-Z7000-C7 Interconnect cable between PSU-batteries C39195-A7700-B9 (BBU) Interconnect cable for HiPath 1190 power C39195-A7700-B10 supply (BBU) Vshare cable for HiPath 1190 (BBU) C39195-A7700-B8 Power Supply Unit (PSU) HiPath 1150...
  • Page 50: Table 3-3 List Of Modules/Components - Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Table 3-3 List of modules/components - HiPath1150/1190/1190R Note 1: HiPath 1100 For further details on the system’s total capacity see Table 2-1 on page 2-31 “Specific limitations to system expansion.” Note 2: See “Internal entrance telephone with TFE interface” on page 3-103 TFE entrance telephone interface S30122-K7696-T313-*(with an amplifier) ●...
  • Page 51 Modules Motherboard (MB) Tone generators ● Music source ● Memory (software + client’s data base) ● Digital switch ● Signaling ● Fax/DID. ● System’s date and time. ● Note With backup power from a battery, date and time settings are not lost in the event of a power outage.
  • Page 52: Hipath 1120

    Modules Motherboard (MB) 3.4.1 HiPath 1120 If the UP module is connected on the HiPath 1120 , only 2 CD interfaces will be available. MB Interfaces Battery Figure 3-1 HiPath 1120’s MB 3-52 Service Manual...
  • Page 53 Modules Motherboard (MB) Motherboard Connector assignments - HiPath 1120 Contact X14 Connector X20 Connector X30 Connector Battery Connector a1 - trunk 1 a1 - extension 1 a5 - extension 5 C-interface 1 Supplies power for maintaining b1 - trunk 1 b1 - extension 1 b5 - extension 5 D-interface 1 the system’s a2 - trunk 2...
  • Page 54: Figure 3-2 Hipath 1120 Baby Board Vcc Module

    Modules Motherboard (MB) Baby Board VCC module interface This module is connected on the MB and is an AC/DC converter used in HiPath 1120 V6.0 and V7.0. Input voltages are 23V AC and the ring voltage, which depends on the country. Output voltages are: 3.3VDC, 5 VDC, 24VDC, 32VDC and the ring voltage added to the offset voltage.
  • Page 55: Figure 3-3 Overview Of The Hipath 1150 Mb

    Modules Motherboard (MB) 3.4.2 HiPath 1150 MB Interfaces Battery Figure 3-3 Overview of the HiPath 1150 MB 3-55 Service Manual...
  • Page 56 Modules Motherboard (MB) MB Connector assignments (HiPath 1150) Contact Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector a1 - trunk 1 a3 - a7 - extension C-interface 1 C-interface 5 extension 3 b1 - trunk 1 b3 - b7 - extension D-interface 1 D-interface 5 extension 3 a2 - trunk 2 a4 -...
  • Page 57: Figure 3-4 Overview Of The Hipath 1190 Mb

    Modules Motherboard (MB) 3.4.3 HiPath 1190/1190R MB Interfaces Battery Figure 3-4 Overview of the HiPath 1190 MB 3-57 Service Manual...
  • Page 58 Modules Expansion modules (EB) MB Connector assignments (HiPath 1190) Contact X8 Connector Battery Connector Connector C-interface 1 C-interface 5 Music - A wire Supplies D-interface 1 D-interface 5 Music - B wire power for C-interface 2 C-interface 6 (not used) maintaining the system’s D-interface 2...
  • Page 59: Figure 3-5 Eb 200 Module Overview

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) EB 200 Expansion module Interfaces Figure 3-5 EB 200 module overview Figure 3-5 shows the distribution of extensions and external lines associated with the EB 200 module Connectors. EB 200 Connector assignments Contact X6 Connector X5 Connector Connects to the a1 - external line 1 MB through an...
  • Page 60: Figure 3-6 Eb 204 Module Overview

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) EB 204 Expansion module Interfaces Figure 3-6 EB 204 module overview Figure 3-6 shows the distribution of extensions and external lines associated with the EB 204 module Connectors. EB 204 Connector assignments Contact X1 Connector X2 Connector X5 Connector Connects to the a1 - extension 1...
  • Page 61: Figure 3-7 Eb 210 Module Overview

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) 3.5.2 HiPath1150/1190/1190R Limitations 800 - 8 external analog lines ● 400 - 4 external analog lines ● 200 - 2 external analog lines ● 210 - 2 external analog lines and 10 analog extensions ● 206 - 2 external analog lines and 6 analog extensions ●...
  • Page 62 Modules Expansion modules (EB) Connector assignments for EB 210, EB 206 and EB 202 modules Contact X1 Connector X2 Connector X4 Connector Connector Connection to a1 - external line 1 a3 - a7 - extension MB through extension 3 backplane b1 - external line 1 b3 - b7 - extension...
  • Page 63: Figure 3-8 Eb 012 Module Overview

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) EB 012 and EB 010 expansion modules Interfaces Figure 3-8 EB 012 module overview Figure 3-8 shows the distribution of extensions and external lines associated with the EB 012 module Connectors. The distribution associated with the EB 010 module is limited by its capacity.
  • Page 64 Modules Expansion modules (EB) Connector assignments for the EB 012 and EB 010 modules Contact X1 Connector X2 Connector X4 Connector Connector Connection to a1 - extension 1 a5 - a9 - extension 9 MB through extension 5 backplane b1 - extension 1 b5 - b9 - extension 9 Connector...
  • Page 65: Figure 3-9 Eb 800 Module Overview

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) EB 800, EB 400 and EB 200 expansion modules Figure 3-9 EB 800 module overview Figure 3-9 shows the distribution of extensions and external lines associated with the EB 800 module Connectors. The distribution associated with the EB 400 and EB 200 modules is limited by their capacity.
  • Page 66: S0 Module

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) 3.5.3 module Introduction This module provides access to ISDN networks and network resources through 2/5 S standard digital access channels (4 or 10). Functions Each ISDN access provides 2 64 Kbits/s channels, which are used for communication ●...
  • Page 67: Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) 3.5.3.2 HiPath1150/1190/1190R Figure 3-11 Module S HiPath1150/1190/1190R The Figure 3-11 features a 5-Port S , also available as a 2-Port option. Jumpers Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4 Port 5 X10 and X11 X50 and X51 X90 and X91 X130 and X131 X170 and X171...
  • Page 68 Modules Expansion modules (EB) basic access HiPath 1100 Public network Cable 4-wire Figure 3-12 Basic access connection module Connector 1 = NC 2 = NC 3 = SX + 4 = SR - 5 = SR + 6 = SX -...
  • Page 69: Tme1 Module

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) 3.5.4 TME1 module The TME1 module can be configured to operate with E1 CAS access or S2 access. Warning The TME1 module is factory configured to operate as a CAS interface. In order for the module to work as a S2 interface you must run a reconfiguration pro- cedure using the S2M Maintenance.
  • Page 70 Modules Expansion modules (EB) It allows permanent call forwarding to another telephone number (CF), Callback if ● currently busy (CCBS), automatic MSN number search (Search MSN), Call Deflection (CD) and sending ticket information during the last call (AOC-D) at the end of the call (AOC-E).
  • Page 71: Figure 3-15 Cas Access Connection

    E1 line E1 Table 3-17 TME1 module Connector assignments E1 CAS primary access) Public Network HiPath 1100 2x coax cable Modem E1 CAS Figure 3-15 CAS access connection Primary Access (S2) Public Network...
  • Page 72: Figure 3-17 S2 Access Connection With 120 Ohm Impedance

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) Public Network HiPath 1100 Impedance Cable 4-wire 2x coax cable adapter (Bal- Figure 3-17 S2 access connection with 120 ohm impedance Connector for TME1 module configuration The Connector serves to link a PC or modem to a module using a serial cable (see “TME1 Serial Cable”...
  • Page 73: Figure 3-19 Dip Switch For The Tme1 Module

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) DIP Switch positions for the TME1 module Figure 3-19 DIP Switch for the TME1 module It is possible to configure the following settings by changing the positions of the Dip switches: DIP Switch 1 (S1) ● Allows you to delete the flash memory, or choose the baud rate.
  • Page 74 Modules Expansion modules (EB) If an error occurs during software installation, clear the Flash memory and reinstall the software. Follow these instructions: Turn the PABX off ● Set Switch 1 (FE) to ON ● Turn the PABX on again ● Wait for F and E to show on the display ●...
  • Page 75: Table 3-20 Tme1 Module Display Readings (Cas Access)

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) Segment Display Readings (H801) (E1 CAS access) Display Reading Meaning Continuous The module is powered. Continuous Starting TME1 module. Waits 10 seconds for a command from the software (E1 Continuous Trunk Manager). If it receives no command after the specified time, the system resumes its usual operation.
  • Page 76 Modules Expansion modules (EB) 7-segment display readings (H801) (S2 access) Display Reading Meaning Continuous Wait connection with S2M Maintenance tool. Continuous Starting TME1 module. Waits 10 seconds for a command from the software (S2M Continuous Maintenance). Continuous Transferring memory contents to DRAM memory. Continuous Checking and validating contents of Flash memory.
  • Page 77: Up0/E Module

    Modules Expansion modules (EB) Display Reading Meaning Continuous Network link operational. Continuous Link with mainboard operational. Table 3-21 Display indications of TME1 module (S2 access) 3.5.5 module module and CTR U P0/E P0/E Introduction With these modules you can connect U telephones (optiPoint 500) to a HiPath 1150/1190 P0/E via 8, 4 or 2 U...
  • Page 78 Modules Expansion modules (EB) module Connector assignments P0/E X1 Connector X2 Connector port port Flat Cable for MB Additional flat cable for MB a1 - port 1 a3 - port 3 b1 - port 1 b3 - port 3 a2 - port 2 a4 - port 4 b2 - port 2 b4 - port 4...
  • Page 79 Modules Expansion modules (EB) module Connector assignments P0/E X1 Connector port port backplane a1 - port 1 a5 - port 5 b1 - port 1 b5 - port 5 a2 - port 2 a6 - port 6 b2 - port 2 b6 - port 6 a3 - port 3 a7 - port 7...
  • Page 80: Optional Modules (Mo)

    These provide a LAN Ethernet interface via their RJ45 Connectors that allow direct PC connections to HiPath 1100 within the network and if you have an ADSL modem available, they can share ADSL access, dispensing with the need for an external ADSL modem or HUB.
  • Page 81: Adsl Module

    3.6.1.1 ADSL module This is a previous version used initially on HiPath 1100 V6.0 equipped with ADSL modem functions and LAN interface on the same board. The parameters required for this to work correctly must be set using the administration software “HiPath 1100 Manager”...
  • Page 82: Figure 3-24 Adsl Module Hipath 1120

    Modules Optional modules (MO) HiPath 1120 Interfaces Figure 3-24 ADSL module HiPath 1120 ADSL module Connector assignments Contact Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connection Incoming RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 to the MB is external line Connector Connector Connector Connector through a with ADSL External...
  • Page 83: Figure 3-25 Adsl Module Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Optional modules (MO) HiPath1150/1190/1190R Interfaces Figure 3-25 ADSL module HiPath1150/1190/1190R ADSL module Connector assignments Contact Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Incoming RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 external line Connector Connector Connector Connector with ADSL External analog line output Table 3-25 HiPath1150/1190/1190R ADSL module Connectors Note: Connect X2 Connector slots 3 and 4 to a HiPath1150/1190/1190R external analog line input using the cable included with the module.
  • Page 84: Slimc, Sadslim, Limc And Adslim Modules

    PC to administer the PABX, only to the LAN. To set the required parameters of the modules, use the “Configuring the SpeedStream 4100 modem” on page 7-354 and the administration tool “Siemens Admin Console” on page 7-352.
  • Page 85 Modules Optional modules (MO) Note: Connect X11 Connector slots 3 and 4 to a HiPath 1120 external analog line input using the cable included with the module. Connector assignments of SLIMC and SADSLIM module Contact Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector Connector RJ45 RJ45...
  • Page 86: Figure 3-27 Limc And Adslim Module Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Optional modules (MO) HiPath1150/1190/1190R Interfaces LIMC and ADSLIM module: Figure 3-27 LIMC and ADSLIM module HiPath1150/1190/1190R Connector assignments of the LIMC and ADSLIM module Contact X2 Connector X3 Connector X4 Connector X5 Connector X11 Connector RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 Incoming Connector Connector...
  • Page 87: Baby Board Adsl

    Modules Optional modules (MO) Note: Connect X11 Connector slots 3 and 4 to a HiPath1150/1190/1190R external analog line input using the cable included with the module. 3.6.1.3 Baby Board ADSL Introduction Provides ADSL services through the SpeedStream 4100 modem to the SADSLIM and ADSLIM modules.
  • Page 88: Evm Module

    Baby Board ADSL Connectors HiPath 1120/1150/1190/1190R 3.6.2 EVM module Introduction This module allows you to use Voice Mail services with the HiPath 1100 family of switches. Functions 24 standard mailboxes, four of which can be used as forwarding mailboxes (for auto- ●...
  • Page 89: Figure 3-29 Hipath 1120/1150/1190/1190R Evm Module

    Modules Optional modules (MO) HiPath 1120/1150/1190/1190R Interfaces Figure 3-29 HiPath 1120/1150/1190/1190R EVM module Connector assignments X1 Connector Connects to MB through a pin Connector Table 3-29 EVM HiPath 1120/1150/1190/1190R module Connector 3-89 Service Manual...
  • Page 90: Cd 16 Module

    Modules Optional modules (MO) 3.6.3 CD 16 module Introduction This is an expansion module to provide support for over 16 CD interfaces on the HiPath ● 1190/1190R and for connecting more than 16 KS type system telephones. The CD 16 module has a dedicated slot for burning CDs. When a UP0/E module is connected to the HiPath 1190/1190R, the CD 16 mod- ule is disabled.
  • Page 91: Music Module

    Modules Optional modules (MO) CD 16 module Connector assignments Contact X1 Connector X2 Connector X3 Connector X4 Connector X5 Connector Connection to C - port 1 C - port 5 C - port 9 C - port 13 MB through D - port 1 D - port 5 D - port 9...
  • Page 92: Hipath 1120

    Modules Optional modules (MO) 3.6.4.1 HiPath 1120 Interfaces Figure 3-31 Music module Music module Connector assignments X1 Connector X12 Connector X2 Connector Contact 1 and 2 Sensor external music input (MOH) Connection to the MB is through a pin Connector 3 and 4 Relay Table 3-31...
  • Page 93: Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Power Supply Unit (PSU) Electrical Requirements for Sensors and Relays Sensor 100 Ω Maximum loop resistance Relay Maximum switching current (AC) 1.25 A Maximum switching current (DC) Maximum switching voltage (AC) 30 V Maximum switching voltage (DC) 24 V Maximum power factor 0.95 Table 3-32...
  • Page 94: Hipath 1120

    Modules Power Supply Unit (PSU) Functions Ring tone generator ● DC power source for circuits ● AC input voltage converter/filter ● 3.7.1 HiPath 1120 Description Two versions of power supply units are available for the HiPath 1120: BRA and IM: supply voltage: 110 - 127 Vac - 50/60 Hz or 220 Vac - 50/60 Hz ●...
  • Page 95: Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Power Supply Unit (PSU) PSU Connector assignments (HiPath 1120) Function Contacts Free Free Free 2 - 3 4 - 5 23 V 23 V 23 V 6 - 7 42 V 65 V 40 V 8 - 9 Free Free Free Free...
  • Page 96: Figure 3-33 System Psu Interface Hipath 1150

    Modules Power Supply Unit (PSU) PSU Interfaces HiPath 1150 PSU without battery input AC input Indication of the connection slot on the backplane PSU with battery input Interconnect cable PSU-Batteries AC input Indication of the connection slot on the backplane Figure 3-33 System PSU interface HiPath 1150 3-96...
  • Page 97: Figure 3-34 Psu Systems Interfacehipath 1190/1190R

    Modules Power Supply Unit (PSU) PSU HiPath 1190/1190R Interfaces PSU without battery input Indication of slot slot position on the backplane AC input PSU with battery input Indication of slot slot position on the backplane Warning! Cable polarity indication is printed on the case over the Connectors.
  • Page 98: Batteries

    Modules Batteries Warning If the power supply is not supplying the output voltages shown in Table 3-34, open it and check the condition of the fuses. PSU Connector assignments Contact Function Contact Function +5.1 V +5.1 V +5.1 V +5.1 V +5.1 V +5.1 V 26.4 V...
  • Page 99: Figure 3-35 Batteries

    Modules Batteries Batteries Figure 3-35 Batteries Caution FAILURE TO REPLACE BATTERY WITH SPECIFIED BATTERY TYPE CAN CAUSE RISK OF EXPLOSION. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO YOUR COUNTRY’S LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Technical Data Battery Type Valve-Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) Voltage 27.2V Supply voltage 24V (2X12V)
  • Page 100: Examples Of Configurations X Capacities X Times

    Modules Main Distribution Frame 3.8.1 Examples of Configurations X Capacities x Times As an example, a simulation was carried out in some of the settings of the HiPath 1150/1190 systems for the working period of the system when there is in an outage in the AC network under normal call traffic conditions.
  • Page 101: Backplane

    Modules Backplane MDF Interfaces Cables are attached using pressure (Dinkle Connector) Cables are attached 8-way 4-way with screws 2-way Cables are attached using Connectors (for example, RJ 45) Figure 3-36 MDF - Connectors 3.10 Backplane Introduction In the HiPath1150/1190/1190R systems, a set of Connectors mounted on a printed circuit board known as the backplane connects the modules to the motherboard.
  • Page 102: Hipath 1190/1190R

    Modules Backplane Two identical backplanes are provided with the systems as shown in Figure A. In some cases you may need to insert a ferrite bead into the backplane. If the module came with a ferrite bead, install it as shown in Figures B and C. 3.10.2 HiPath 1190/1190R Interfaces...
  • Page 103: Entrance Telephone

    Internal entrance telephone with TFE interface Introduction With the HiPath 1100 you can connect up to twenty entrance telephones in extension slots. The connection is made using an interface between the entrance telephone and the PABXs. HiPath 1100 - a/b...
  • Page 104: Examples Of Connection

    3.11.1.1 Examples of connection No amplifier Model: S30817-K930-A300 - TFE ● EGUCOM (Ackermann, Emmerich) ● HiPath 1100 Electric latch TS1 TS2 UB1 UB2 TO2 KL1 TFE interface EGUCOM TSS module EGUCOM entrance telephone Figure 3-40...
  • Page 105: Figure 3-41Grothe Entrance Telephone

    Modules Entrance telephone Grothe,Telegärtner ● HiPath 1100 Electric latch TS1 TS2 UB1 UB2 TO2 KL1 TFE interface Grothe transformer TR 1973 K 12 V 12 V Grothe TFE 6205 Figure 3-41Grothe entrance telephone HDL - Brazil (models: F3A, F4A, F5A) ●...
  • Page 106: Figure 3-43Ritto Entrance Telephone

    Modules Entrance telephone With amplifier Model: S30122-k7696-F313 - TFE ● Ritto ● HiPath 1100 Electric latch TS1 TS2 UB1 UB2 TO2 KL1 TFE interface Power supply universal 6573.02 Entrance telephone amplifier 5680.00 Entrance tele- phone 5760 ... Button TM 5761..
  • Page 107: Figure 3-44 Overview Entrance Telephone Interface - S30817-Q936-C282

    Modules Entrance telephone Version for Brazil Model S30817-Q936-C282 - Brazil ● For installation in models: F5AZL, F8AZ, F9AZ Figure 3-44 Overview entrance telephone interface - S30817-Q936-C282 Only one entrance telephone may be connected to each module of the TFE inter- ●...
  • Page 108: Tfe-S Interface

    Modules Entrance telephone 3.11.1.2 TFE-S interface This links an interface of system analog connections with an entrance telephone and a bell button. This is controlled using a system that allows the connection of commercial-type passive button pads. Each TFE-S interface requires its own power supply. Latch electric bell...
  • Page 109 Modules Entrance telephone Table 3-39 Attribution of TFE-S contacts X3 terminal X4 terminal X5 terminal X1 jumper X2 jumper (a wire) - Speaker (LS1) 2 and 3 = Zn Ritto 2 and 3 (b wire) + Speaker (LS2) 1 and 2 = 600 Contact of the Contact of the Microphone...
  • Page 110: Figure 3-46 Assigning Button Pad Contacts

    Modules Entrance telephone Connection in: Button pad Ritto 5760 Potentiometer 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Connection in: Button pad Siedle TLM 511-01 Potentiometer (Siedle TLM 511-02 - not possible!) 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Figure 3-46...
  • Page 111: Figure 3-47 Connection With Siedle Tlm 511-01 And Ritto 5760 Button Pad

    MIC +/MIC- = Microphone Net- a/b = System extension Transformer KLI/KLI = bell contact HiPath 1100 AC/AC = Bell transformer of the bell TOE/TOE = Electric latch relay 6 - 12 V The potentiometer must be adjusted according to the instructions of the models con- nected to it.
  • Page 112: External Entrance Telephone

    Modules Entrance telephone Specific notes Siedle: the following changes should be made to the Siedle TLM 511-01 button pad: 1.Open the Siedle button pad 2.Open bridges 1, 3 and 4 3.Change the wire of the Speaker of the „bl“ pin for the „12“ pin 4.Close the Siedle button pad X2 bridge Ritto:...
  • Page 113: Isdn External Entrance Telephone

    The V.24 serial interface module cannot be used if the system has an ADSL Module installed. A V.24 adapter cable (S30122-x5468-x5-*) is used for connecting HiPath 1100 to a PC, a modem (for programming the system using the HiPath 1100 Manager software, and for enabling CTI features) or a printer (for printing call or configuration data).
  • Page 114: Figure 3-48 V.24 Adapter Cable Connection System

    Modules Interconnect cables Length approx 6" Length 102 " 6-pin SIC mini-DIN connector 9-pin female SubD connector Adapter Level adaptation on 5 GND the cable and Free 9 4 Free Galvanic Insulation CTS 8 Printer 3 TxD RTS 7 Modem 2 RxD Free 6 1 Free...
  • Page 115: Figure 3-49 Modem And Adapter Connection System To

    Modules Interconnect cables 9-pin SubD 25-pin SubD Connector Connector TxD2 TxD2 RxD3 RxD3 RTS7 CTS5 CTS8 RTS4 GND5 GND7 DSR6 DTR20 9-pin SubD 25-pin SubD Connector Connector TxD2 RxD3 DSR6 RTS7 DCD8 DTR20 GND5 GND7 Figure 3-49 Modem and adapter connection system to 3-115 Service Manual...
  • Page 116: Usb Adapter Cable

    HiPath and the PC. This product draws power from both the HiPath and a PC, and may therefore only be used on HiPath 1100 switches. A USB connection in other types of equipment will not work with this cable. Siemens does not recommend any other means of connecting the HiPath 1100 to the PC.
  • Page 117: Tme1 Serial Cable

    Modules Interconnect cables 3.12.3 TME1 Serial Cable The TME1 serial cable (C39195-A9700-B532-*) is used for connecting to a PC or modem in order to program the system using the E1 Trunk Manager tool. Length: 9.8 feet Modem 9-pin male Mini-DIN connector 9-pin female 2 = RX 1 = DCD...
  • Page 118: Adapter Cable For Analog Modem

    This is a serial cable for connecting the Trendnet V.92 56K - TFM-560X or D-Link V.90 56K - DFM - 560EL modem on the HiPath 1100 using the V.24 cable. The maximum total length of the cable and of the interface V.24 should not exceed...
  • Page 119: Figure 3-52 Connection System Of The Serial Cable To The Analog Modem

    Modules Interconnect cables Interface Modem V.24 9-pin female 2 = RX 2 = RX 9-pin male SubD SubD Connector 3 = TX 3 = TX Connector 5 = GND 5 = GND 5 GND 7 = RTS 7 = RTS 5 GND Free 9 Free 9...
  • Page 120: Tme1 Coax Cable

    Modules Interconnect cables Serial cable to modem signals Signal Clear To Send Ground Request to send Receive Data Transmit Data Table 3-43 Serial cable to modem signals 3.12.5 TME1 Coax Cable 3.12.5.1 CAS Access The TME1 coax cable (C39195-A9700-B531-*) is used for connecting to the E1 interface with a modem.
  • Page 121: S2 Access

    Modules Interconnect cables 3.12.5.2 S2 access The TME1 coax cable is used for connecting to the S2 interface with an NT modem. If there is a different impedance between the module and the modem, you must use the Balun. Balun TME1 coax cable signals Connector Signal...
  • Page 122: Battery Interconnect Cables (Bbu)

    Modules Interconnect cables Speed up to 2,048 Mbps Tolerance temperature 32 to 122ºF Transmission line ITU CTR -12 G.703 Tolerance humidity 5 to 95% Table 3-46 Technical data of the balun. 3.12.6 Battery interconnect cables (BBU) Battery to PSU interconnect cables These cables are used to link the batteries to the power supply of the HiPath1150/1190/1190R (see Chapter 4.8, “Installing the power supply”...
  • Page 123: Power Supply Cable Of The Psu - Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Modules Interconnect cables 3.12.7 Power supply cable of the PSU - HiPath1150/1190/1190R The ferrite that comes with the cable must also be installed (see Chapter 4.8, “Installing the power supply” on page 4-163). HiPath 1190/1190R HiPath 1150 Ferrite (C39022-Z7000-C7) installed at most 20 mm from the female connector Figure 3-54 Power supply cable of the PSU - HiPath 1150...
  • Page 124 Modules Interconnect cables 3-124 Service Manual...
  • Page 125: Installation

    Installation HiPath 1100 Installation About this Chapter This chapter contains information on: Installing the interface HiPath 1100. More information on additional equipment and ● expansions can be found in the “List of modules” on page 3-44 Configuration (installation of modules).
  • Page 126: Installation Procedures

    Exceeding this limit may damage the equipment and put user safety at risk. Check whether all AC and DC connections of the cables, modules and chassis ● of the HiPath 1100 are correctly and properly connected before connecting the client interface. Step Installation procedures (Information) “Select the location for installing the equipment”...
  • Page 127: Select The Location For Installing The Equipment

    Select the location for installing the equipment Caution Always use an anti-static wrist band when working with the HiPath 1100 systems (particularly when handling the modules). Make sure the wrist band is grounded. Select the location for installing the equipment Installation Location The system’s installation site has been previously selected and agreed to by the client.
  • Page 128: Unpacking System Components

    Installation Unpacking system components Unpacking system components Procedure Step Procedure Check to see that all components listed on the receipt are included in the package. Inspect all items for any damage that may have occurred during transportation. If any damage occurred, report it immediately to the place of purchase. Discard packaging materials according to national environmental regulations.
  • Page 129: Figure 4-2 Opening The Hipath 1120 Main Distribution Frame

    Installation Getting to know your systems Opening the Main Distribution Frame Figure 4-2 Opening the HiPath 1120 Main Distribution Frame Location of components Figure 4-3 System installation overview HiPath 1120 4-129 Service Manual...
  • Page 130: Hipath 1150

    Installation Getting to know your systems 4.5.2 HiPath 1150 Dimensions of the HiPath 1150 Figure 4-4 Dimensions of the HiPath 1150 Location of components Figure 4-5 System installation overview HiPath 1150 4-130 Service Manual...
  • Page 131: Figure 4-6 Opening The Hipath 1150 Main Distribution Frame

    Installation Getting to know your systems Opening the Main Distribution Frame Figure 4-6 Opening the HiPath 1150 Main Distribution Frame 4-131 Service Manual...
  • Page 132: Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Getting to know your systems 4.5.3 HiPath 1190/1190R The HiPath 1190 and HiPath 1190R systems are identical, except for a “side tab” on the HiPath 1190R model, which is used for attaching a 19” rack, and the fact that there are no side covers. Dimensions HiPath 1190/1190R Figure 4-7 Dimensions of the HiPath 1190/1190R...
  • Page 133: Figure 4-9 Hipath 1190/1190R Front View

    Installation Getting to know your systems Procedure for opening the cabinet Step Procedure Insert screwdriver as shown above. Use the screwdriver as shown to remove the cover. Location of components Figure 4-9 HiPath 1190/1190R front view 4-133 Service Manual...
  • Page 134: Figure 4-10 Hipath 1190/1190R Back View

    Installation Getting to know your systems Protective cover AC input sockets Figure 4-10 HiPath 1190/1190R back view 4-134 Service Manual...
  • Page 135: Figure 4-11 Hipath 1190/1190R Cable Anchors

    Installation Getting to know your systems Figure 4-11 HiPath 1190/1190R cable anchors Figure 4-12 Installing modules on the HiPath 1190/1190R systems 4-135 Service Manual...
  • Page 136: Figure 4-13 Installing The Hipath 1190R On A 19" Rack

    Installation Getting to know your systems module installation procedure Step Procedure Insert module into the appropriate slot. Move the latch to the right to secure each module in place. Secure each latch using the screws. Use the reverse procedure to remove the modules. Installation on a 19"...
  • Page 137: Hipath1120/1150 Wall Mounting Instructions

    Installation HiPath1120/1150 wall mounting instructions HiPath1120/1150 wall mounting instructions Step Procedure Drill a hole in the wall at a height of 4.10 ft from the floor. Place the bushing over the hole then insert the screw and tighten it until only 0.19" protrude.
  • Page 138: Installing Modules

    Installing the HiPath 1150 Installing modules 4.7.1 Configuring the HiPath 1100 For each configuration, please consider capacities, availability of modules and their respective features and requirements (see “System expansion limitations” on page 2-30). To help you configure the systems, we suggest that you use the Service Manual, the HiPath...
  • Page 139: In The Hipath 1120

    Installation Installing modules Warning Insert modules only when the power supply is turned OFF. 4.7.2.1 In the HiPath 1120 Figure 4-16 Location of modules on HiPath 1120 4-139 Service Manual...
  • Page 140: On The Hipath 1150

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.2.2 On the HiPath 1150 Figure 4-17 Location of modules on HiPath 1150 Table 4-2 shows the modules and the slots where they can be installed with respect to each system’s limitations. HiPath 1150 Slot 1 Type of Slot 2 Type of module module...
  • Page 141: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules EB 010 EB 010 EB 012 EB 012 EB 202 EB 202 EB 206 EB 206 Expansion modules Expansion modules EB 210 EB 210 EB 200 EB 200 EB 400 EB 400 EB 800 EB 800 module LAN interface module LAN interface...
  • Page 142 Installation Installing modules Table 4-3 shows the modules and their slots on HiPath 1190 andHiPath 1190R (see “System expansion limitations” on page 2-30): Slot 1 Slot 2 Type of module Type of module EB 010 EB 010 EB 012 EB 012 EB 202 EB 202 EB 206...
  • Page 143 Installation Installing modules Position 8 Slots 9 and 10 Type of module Type of module EB 010 EB 010 EB 012 EB 012 EB 202 EB 202 EB 206 EB 206 Expansion modules Expansion modules EB 210 EB 210 EB 200 EB 200 EB 400 EB 400...
  • Page 144 Installation Installing modules Slots 16 and 17 Position 18 Type of module Type of module EB 010 EB 010 EB 012 EB 202 EB 202 EB 206 EB 206 Expansion modules Expansion modules EB 200 EB 210 EB 400 EB 200 EB 800 EB 400 EB 800...
  • Page 145: Installing Modules

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.3 Installing modules 4.7.3.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s cover Insert the module into one of the slots shown in figure 4-16. Underside: To install the LAN Interface Module or Music Module, lift the top part (MB) of the system and use the pin bar to connect with X1 position of the LAN Interface Module (see figure 3-24) or X2 position of the Music Module (see figure 3- 31).
  • Page 146: On The Hipath 1150

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.3.2 On the HiPath 1150 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Remove the power supply. Remove the backplane. Insert the module into one of the slots shown in figure 4-17. Connect to the module’s MDF Connectors (see Figure 4-40). Reassemble the entire set.
  • Page 147: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.3.3 On the HiPath 1190/1190R Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s front cover. Remove the system’s back cover. Move the module’s latch as shown in figure 4-12. Insert the module into one of the slots shown in Table 4-2. Move the module’s latch back to secure module.
  • Page 148: Installing A Tme1 Module

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.4 Installing a TME1 module Warning Do not touch the administration serial interface Connector of the TME1 module be- fore disconnecting all analog extensions and external line Connectors. Failure to fol- low this procedure may expose the user to dangerous voltages. The TME1 module interconnecting cables and Connectors should only be handled by qualified technical personnel.
  • Page 149: Adsl Connection In The Lan Interface Modules

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.5 ADSL Connection in the LAN interface modules 4.7.5.1 ADSL module Connection procedure Step Procedure Connect the carrier’s ADSL line to slot 1 and 2 of the X2 Connector. Connect slots 3 and 4 of the X2 Connector to the external line input for the HiPath 1100.
  • Page 150: Figure 4-20 Adsl Connection On The Hipath 1120

    Installation Installing modules Connections diagram on the HiPath 1120 Figure 4-20 ADSL Connection on the HiPath 1120 4-150 Service Manual...
  • Page 151: Installing A Baby Board Adsl Module

    Installation Installing modules Connections diagram on the HiPath1150/1190/1190R Figure 4-21 ADSL Connection on the HiPath1150/1190/1190R 4.7.6 Installing a Baby Board ADSL module 4.7.6.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Select the SLIMC module. Attach the separators provided with the module. Attach the Baby Board ADSL module to the separators.
  • Page 152: On The Hipath1150/1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules Assembly Diagram Figure 4-22 Installing a Baby Board ADSLmodule HiPath 1120 4.7.6.2 On the HiPath1150/1190/1190R Installation Procedures Step Procedure Select the LIMC module. Attach the separators provided with the module. Attach the Baby Board ADSL module to the separators. Connect the cable of the Ethernet Interface to the X6 Connectors.
  • Page 153: Installing An Evm Module

    Installation Installing modules Assembly Diagram Figure 4-23 Installation module Baby Board ADSL on the HiPath1150/1190/1190R 4.7.7 Installing an EVM module 4.7.7.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s cover Attach the separator provided with the module to the MB. Attach the module to the MB’s pin Connector and to the separator.
  • Page 154: On The Hipath 1150

    Installation Installing modules Assembly Diagram Figure 4-24 Installing an EVM module HiPath 1120 4.7.7.2 On the HiPath 1150 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Remove the power supply. Remove the Main Distribution Frame’s cover. Remove the backplane. Remove the slots above the MB. Attach the separator provided with the module to the MB.
  • Page 155: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules Assembly Diagram Figure 4-25 Installing an EVM module HiPath 1150 4.7.7.3 On the HiPath 1190/1190R Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s front cover. Disconnect the Main Distribution Frame’s cables from the MB. Move the module’s latch as shown in figure 4-12.
  • Page 156: Figure 4-26 Installing An Evm Module On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules Step Procedure Reassemble the entire set. “Performing a visual inspection” on page 4-189. Turn on the power supply. Configure the required data (see “Operation” on page 7-278). Assembly Diagram Figure 4-26 Installing an EVM module on the HiPath 1190/1190R 4-156 Service Manual...
  • Page 157: Installing A Baby Board Vcc Module

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.8 Installing a Baby Board VCC module (Voltage Conditioner Circuitry) 4.7.8.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s cover Attach the separator provided with the module to the MB. Attach the module to the MB’s pin Connector and to the separator.
  • Page 158: Installing A Ctr- Up0/E Module

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.9 Installing a CTR- module P0/E 4.7.9.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s cover Attach the module to the corresponding Connector on the MB Reassemble the entire set. “Performing a visual inspection”...
  • Page 159: On The Hipath 1150

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.9.2 On the HiPath 1150 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Remove the power supply. Remove the Main Distribution Frame’s cover. Remove the backplane. Remove the slots above the MB. Attach the module to the corresponding Connector on the MB Reassemble the entire set.
  • Page 160: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.9.3 On the HiPath 1190/1190R Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s front cover. Disconnect the Main Distribution Frame’s cables from the MB. Move the module’s latch as shown in figure 4-12. Remove the MB.
  • Page 161: Installing A Music Module

    Installation Installing modules 4.7.10 Installing a Music module 4.7.10.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Turn off the power supply. Remove the system’s cover Raise the system’s top slot (MB). Insert the module in the slot shown on figure 4-31. Attach the MB to the module.
  • Page 162: Figure 4-31 Installing A Music Module Hipath 1120

    Installation Installing modules Figure 4-31 Installing a Music module HiPath 1120 4-162 Service Manual...
  • Page 163: Installing The Power Supply

    Installation Installing the power supply Installing the power supply Introduction Before connecting the power supply to the system, see “Technical Data” on page 2- 38 “ and “Power Supply Unit (PSU)” on page 3-93. 4.8.1 On the HiPath 1120 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Check network voltage...
  • Page 164: On The Hipath 1150

    Installation Installing the power supply 4.8.2 On the HiPath 1150 Installation Procedures Step Procedure Check network voltage Install the ferrite (C39022-Z7000-C7) in the AC power cable of the PSU at most 20 mm from the female connector (see Figure 4-35 on page 4-165). If the voltage is within the power supply’s voltage range, connect the power supply.
  • Page 165: Figure 4-34 Installation Of The Psu Hipath 1150 With Bbu

    Installation Installing the power supply Batteries 2 x 12V (in series) Interconnect cable PSU - Interconnect cable Interconnect cable with batteries with batteries Figure 4-34 Installation of the PSU HiPath 1150 with BBU 20 mm at most Figure 4-35 Power cable of the PSU with BBU - HiPath 1150 4-165 Service Manual...
  • Page 166: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing the power supply 4.8.3 On the HiPath 1190/1190R Installation Procedures Step Procedure Check network voltage Remove the system’s back cover. If the voltage is within the power supply’s range, insert the power supply into the slots shown in figure 4-36. Warning: All power supplies must be of the same model (with or without batteries).
  • Page 167: Figure 4-36 Installing The Psu In The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing the power supply Warning Before powering up the system, ensure that the chassis is properly grounded. Turn system power on or off by using the switch located on the system’s AC input. Connecting to the power supply for backplanes Protective cover AC input sockets Figure 4-36...
  • Page 168: Figure 4-37 Installing The Psu With Bbu In The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing the power supply Interconnect cable between Interconnect cable PSU’s PSU - Cable for connection with the batteries Vshare cable Interconnect cable between PSU’s 20 mm at most Ferrites Protective cover AC input sockets Batteries 2 x 12V (in series) Interconnect cable with batteries Interconnect cable...
  • Page 169: Installing The Batteries

    Installation Installing the power supply 4.8.4 Installing the batteries Two 12V batteries are required in HiPath1150/1190/1190R systems, which must be linked in series by a cable with female faston connectors at each end (Battery connection kit (BBU)- L30251-U600-A617). Note: The power supply used in the systems must have a battery connection socket (see “Power Supply Unit (PSU)”...
  • Page 170: Connections To The System's Mdf

    Installation Connections to the system’s MDF Connections to the system’s MDF Introduction Attach cables to the system’s Main Distribution Frame and route them through the conduits and openings to reach the carrier’s main telephone distribution cabinet. Below are some examples of configurations.
  • Page 171: Table 4-4 Example Of The Location Of Extensions On The Hipath 1120 Main Distribution Frame

    Installation Connections to the system’s MDF When using Expansion module U , KS type system telephones will be disabled P0/E Posi- Position Position Position Internal # tion of of the Slot Internal # Slot of the of the extension EB 204 module exten- trunk Position...
  • Page 172: Hipath 1150

    Installation Connections to the system’s MDF 4.9.2 HiPath 1150 Example The installation of a system telephone requires a CD pair in conjunction with an A/B exten- sion slot (see “Installing telephone terminals” on page 4-186). Figure 4-40 Distribution of extensions on the HiPath 1150 Main Distribution Frame To access the inside of the Main Distribution Frame, remove the safety latch using a small screwdriver (See figure 4-6).
  • Page 173 Installation Connections to the system’s MDF Internal Internal # Internal # Internal # Internal # Internal # External Exten- module Slot EB 210 EB 206 Module EB 400 EB 800 Line # sion slot number module module EB 200 module module Position 1 4-173...
  • Page 174 Installation Connections to the system’s MDF Internal # Internal # EB 202 Internal # Internal # External Exten- Slot EB 210 EB 206 module EB 200 EB 400 Line # sion slot module module Internal # module module Position 2 Internal # Internal # EB 202...
  • Page 175: Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Connections to the system’s MDF Internal # Internal # EB 202 Internal # External Exten- Slot EB 210 EB 206 module EB 200 Line # sion slot module module Internal # module Position 4 Table 4-5 Example of extension locations on the HiPath 1150 Main Distribution Frame 4.9.3 HiPath 1190/1190R Warning...
  • Page 176: Figure 4-41 Distribution Of Extensions On The Hipath 1190/1190R Main Distribution Frame

    Installation Connections to the system’s MDF The installation of a system telephone requires a CD pair in conjunction with an A/B exten- sion slot (see “Installing telephone terminals” on page 4-186). Figure 4-41 Distribution of extensions on the HiPath 1190/1190R Main Distribution Frame Warning When the S module is used, the default number of the modules is changed.
  • Page 177: Installing A V.24 Interface

    Installing a V.24 Interface Introduction To connect a computer/printer/modem to the HiPath 1100 using the RS 232 serial interface, you must use the V.24 adapter cable (see “V.24 Adapter Cable” on page 3-113). If it is necessary to use another serial cable as an extension to connect the computer/printer/modem to the HiPath 1100, the maximum total length should not exceed 15 metres.
  • Page 178: Installing A Usb Interface

    Installing a USB Interface Introduction To connect a PC to the HiPath 1100 using a USB interface you must have a USB adapter cable (see “USB adapter cable” on page 3-116). This interface allows you to use certain applications developed specifically for configuring and managing user features.
  • Page 179: On The Hipath 1190/1190R

    Installation Installing a USB Interface Step Procedure See System Programming Mode in the “System programming mode using a PC” on page 7-280. 4.11.2 On the HiPath 1190/1190R Figure 4-43 Illustration of USB cable connection on HiPath 1190 Connections Step Procedure Plug the USB adapter cable (with the male Mini DIN Connector) into the 4-pin Mini DIN Connector on the motherboard (Figure 4-43).
  • Page 180: Installing An External Audio Source

    Installation Installing an external Audio Source 4.12 Installing an external Audio Source The HiPath 1100 systems provide connections for audio devices, such as radios, tuners, CD, MD, and others. HiPath 1120 ● The audio source must be connected to a music optional module using an RCA Connector in slot X1 (see Figure 4-39 on page 4-170).
  • Page 181: Model S30817-Q936-C282 - Brazil

    Installation Installing a TFE - entrance telephone interface 4.13.2 Model S30817-Q936-C282 - Brazil Installation Procedures This interface can be configured to work in pager or entrance telephone mode. Pager mode Step Procedure Set jumper 1 (J1) to ON and jumper 2 (J2) to OFF (see “Internal entrance telephone with TFE interface”...
  • Page 182: Recommendations Concerning The Power Supply And Protection Of The System

    Installation Recommendations concerning the Power Supply and Protection of the System Entrance telephone mode Step Procedure Set jumper 1 (J1) to OFF (see “Internal entrance telephone with TFE interface” on page 3-103). Configure the system for entrance telephone mode and specify the extensions for answering calls.
  • Page 183: Protection Of External Lines And Extensions

    Installation Recommendations concerning the Power Supply and Protection of the System Protective ground connection Danger The HiPath1150/1190/1190R power supplies must be protected by an earth ground in a separate safety ground conductor (PE - green/yellow) (TN-S system, minimum section = 2.5 mm ) as shown in figure 4-44.
  • Page 184: Connecting A Safety Ground Wire

    Recommendations concerning the Power Supply and Protection of the System The connection between the HiPath 1100 system and the distribution box must be made using multipair cables, preferably foil shielded. This type of flat cable has a special grounding wire that...
  • Page 185: Protective Power Outage Relays

    Installation Protective power outage relays For an indoor environment, use a safety ground conductor (PE) with a cross-section larger ● than 2.5 mm . For an outdoor environment, use a safety ground conductor (PE) with a cross-section larger than 4 mm The wire insulation should be color-coded yellow and green.
  • Page 186: System Cabling

    A Standard Telephone (DP/MF) has only two wires (A, B), both used for voice. Standard Telephones (DP/MF) and optiPoint telephones must be connected to the HiPath 1100 system using wires A and B only. Do not use wires C and D. 4-186...
  • Page 187: Figure 4-46 Connections For Telephone Jacks (For Brazil)

    Installation Installing telephone terminals Connections Figure 4-46 Connections for telephone jacks (for Brazil) Red wire (R) = voice (extension’s B wire). Green wire (G) = voice (extension’s A wire). Black wire (BK) =CD card’s C wire (positive in relation to D). Yellow wire (Y) =CD card’s D wire (negative in relation to C).
  • Page 188: Optipoint Master/Slave Telephone Hipath 1120 Connections

    Installation optiPoint Master/Slave telephone HiPath 1120 connections Warning KS-type system telephones are powered through the C and D wires. Take the nec- essary precautions to avoid short circuits at the interconnect block. If a short circuit occurs between wires C and D, the interface’s protection will take the extension out of service.
  • Page 189: Performing A Visual Inspection

    This procedure should be performed with the entire system turned OFF. Warning Check whether all AC and DC connections of the cables, modules and chassis of the HiPath 1100 are correctly and properly connected before connecting the client inter- face. Warning Before starting to work on the HiPath 1190, make sure the system is grounded and disconnected from all power sources.
  • Page 190 Installation Performing a visual inspection 4-190 Service Manual...
  • Page 191: Telephones

    ● System Telephones System telephones are designed exclusively for HiPath 1100 systems. In addition to special features, system telephones allow direct access to some PABX facilities while providing special features for tracking extension and external line status by means of indications from a set of programmable keys.
  • Page 192: Keys

    Telephones System Telephones 5.2.1 Keys Status keys On optiPoint 500, Profiset 3030, E821 ST and E822 ST telephones, these keys display extension, external line and features/facilities status through a series of blinking LED patterns. Symbol Description LED Key OFF: Extension or external light free or function disabled. LED key ON: Extension or external line busy or function enabled.
  • Page 193: E822 St System Telephone

    Telephones System Telephones Profiset 3030 telephone layout Figure 5-1 Profiset 3030 System telephone layout Handset cradle Function keys Programmable keys with status LEDs. Speakerphone speaker Microphone for speakerphone Display. 5.2.3 E822 ST System telephone The E822 ST System telephone features a 2-line, 16-character alphanumeric display. This system telephone features a 2-line display: The first line displays time, date, day of the week, number of the extension called, and ●...
  • Page 194: Figure 5-2 E822 St System Telephone Layout

    Telephones System Telephones If the ">" appears on the right, it means there are more options available. Use the arrow ● keys to navigate through the options. Press Enter to select an option. E822 ST System telephone layout Figure 5-2 E822 ST system telephone layout Alphanumeric LCD display Programmable status indication LED keys...
  • Page 195: E821 St System Telephone (For Brazil Only)

    Telephones System Telephones 5.2.4 E821 ST System Telephone (for Brazil only) This telephone features keys for direct access to TOGGLE, PICK UP and CONFERENCE facilities. It also features programmable keys for extensions and external lines. E821 ST System Telephone Layout Figure 5-3 E821 ST system telephone layout Programmable status indication LED keys...
  • Page 196: Optipoint 500 System Telephones

    Telephones System Telephones 5.2.5 optiPoint 500 System Telephones optiPoint 500 Advance and Economy/Basic/Standard System Telephones feature a 2-line, 24- character per line alphanumeric display where: Line 1 displays time, date, requests, error alerts and confirmation messages, as ● appropriate. Line 2 displays the internal number, system name, and function selection options that can ●...
  • Page 197: Figure 5-5 Optipoint 500 Economy/Basic/Standard System Telephone Layout

    Telephones System Telephones optiPoint 500 economy/basic/standard telephone layout Figure 5-5 optiPoint 500 economy/basic/standard system telephone layout 5-197 Service Manual...
  • Page 198: Figure 5-6 Optipoint 500 Entry System Telephone Layout

    Telephones System Telephones optiPoint 500 entry telephone layout 1 / 5 Figure 5-6 optiPoint 500 entry System Telephone Layout Key labels – preset Function keys: Service menu, redial, microphone ON/OFF or internal, speakerphone. Keypad Handset This telephone features a 4-line, 24-character-per-line backlit display Key labels - Programmable keys Key for confirming a function Keys for selecting a function...
  • Page 199: Figure 5-7 Optipoint 500 Rear Panel

    On the optiPoint 500 Entry model, the preset function keys field (1) can be pro- grammed as desired (5). optiPoint 500 rear panel PC (USB) Headset HiPath 1100 Handset optiPoint key module or optiPoint BLF or optiPoint memory module optiPoint adapter...
  • Page 200 Telephones System Telephones optiPoint 500 Properties and Connection Options optiPoint 500 economy basic standard advance Function keys Full-duplex speakerphone feature Lighted display Headphone connected using: • Integrated interface • Adapter • Handset Interface USB Interface Additional connection interface) Adapter slots * The name and type are printed on the bottom of the optiPoint 500 telephone set.
  • Page 201 Telephones System Telephones Additional optiPoint terminals: Additional terminals provide more comfort and improve efficiency and safety at work. Supported additional terminals include: optiPoint key module, optiPoint memory module. optiPoint adapters: Expand telephone features through different adapters for connecting different system telephones, ISDN or analog telephones, headsets or speakers.
  • Page 202 Therefore, it is recommended that when you disconnect the headset you change the key configuration accordingly. If you want to use a Siemens Elipse 1.8 EHS or GN Netcom 9120 set without the electronic hook control switch, you must use an optiPoint Acoustic Adapter for optiPoint Entry, Basic and Standard models.
  • Page 203: Programmable Feature Keys

    Telephones System Telephones 5.2.6 Programmable Feature Keys Programmable keys provide easy access to the most frequently used system features: Internal calls ● External calls ● Answering an internal or external call ● Consultation (internal or external) ● Transfer (internal or external) ●...
  • Page 204: Settings

    Telephones Common telephones 5.2.7 Settings System telephone settings can be configured individually according to each user’s preferences. For further information on how to configure a system telephone, see the manual included with the unit: Documentation Number Profiset 3030 A31003-K1250-B816 -**- 4L19 E821 ST and E822 ST A31003-K1250-B814 -**- 3P19 optiPoint500...
  • Page 205: Configuring The System Specifically For The Client

    Numbering Plan Configuring the system specifically for the client Procedure Summary Step System Telephone/Standard MF Telephone HiPath 1100 Manager System programming can only be executed using the Connect the PC to the system’s first extension slot (analog extension (MF) or system.
  • Page 206: Table 6-3 Numbering Plan

    Numbering Plan Flexible numbering The pre-programmed parameters for the system numbering plan, and the features access codes, may have their numbers changed to fit their communication platform using the “HiPath 1100 Manager” on page 7-336 management software. 6-206 Service Manual...
  • Page 207: Table Of The System's Programming Codes

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Table of the System’s Programming Codes Item Programming Main Configurations page 7-208 External line settings page 7-210 Programming an Extension page 7-212 DISA page 7-218 General settings page 7-218 Updating the Software page 7-222...
  • Page 208: Main Configurations

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.1 Main Configurations Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to Completing Default Functions Program data entry Default Access to a extension Group of external lines # instead of group of external extension Lines...
  • Page 209 05 to 30 seconds Automatic 05 seconds back To dial an external number enter the external line number instead of the external access code "0." Settings must be configured on the HiPath 1100 Manager. Table 6-5 Main Configurations 6-209 Service Manual...
  • Page 210: External Line Settings

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.2 External line settings Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Groups of external group of external lines External line # instead of lines group Seizure priority by...
  • Page 211 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Second external 0 to 9 or 5-second access code 00 to 99 or timeout none (no code) ∗...
  • Page 212: Programming An Extension

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.3 Programming an Extension Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Pickup groups Pickup groups 01 to 16 extension or # instead of None ∗...
  • Page 213 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Cascade Call 0 - Last automatic 0 - Last Forwarding part- 1 - First Time in UCD UCD Subscriber Group (00 to 99) in 5-second...
  • Page 214 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Flash Detection Extension 001 to 250 (in 10 ms # instead of 035 - Portu- Time cycles) extension...
  • Page 215 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry ∗ Auto-Answering extension - to enable # instead of # - to disable Mode # - to disable extension ∗...
  • Page 216 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Code for Discon- Code: Automatic nect Timeout 00 to 99 after external-to- external Transfer Conditional Numbers from 01 to 50 Automatic...
  • Page 217 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Country Permission List Denied List Thailand Greece 0800 India Pakistan Spain 1003 Russia Ukraine Peru Philippines Canada South Africa Turkey 0900 Latvia 0900 Lithuania 0900 Italy 0900 Australia 0900 United Kingdom...
  • Page 218: Disa

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Country Permission List Denied List Korea Table 6-8 Default settings for EWACO 6.2.4 DISA Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry ∗...
  • Page 219 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be programmed Completing Default Functions data entry Music source for 1 or 2 - MOH Group 0 - No music # instead of 0 - No the MOH Group 1 - Internal –...
  • Page 220 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be programmed Completing Default Functions data entry ∗ Call cost limit by extension - to enable Automatic # - to extension # - to disable disable ∗...
  • Page 221: Table 6-9 Table

    13 - optiPoint Layers 1 and 2 ∗ - delete current configura- tion **〉 For further details on how to set timers, refer to the Help file of the HiPath 1100 Manager administrative software. See the sections on timers. Table 6-10 General settings...
  • Page 222: Updating The Software

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.6 Updating the Software Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry ∗ SW Information - Displays the software release, Press any key version number, product name, to finalize APS, and serial number.
  • Page 223: Call Detail Report Manager

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry ∗ Without MSN Veri- - to enable Automatic # - to disable fication # - to disable ∗...
  • Page 224: Table 6-15 Call Detail Recording

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Data transmission 1 - 9600b Automatic rate 2 - 14400b 3 - 19200b 4 - 38400b 5 - 56000b 6 - 57600b 7 - 115200b...
  • Page 225 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Code Group Country Display language IM English Saudi Arabia English Bahrain Egypt United Arab Emirates Ghana Yemen IM English Iran English Jordan Kuwait Libya Nigeria Oman Kenya Zimbabwe Syria Sudan...
  • Page 226: Fax/Did Feature

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Code Group Country Display language United Kingdom United Kingdom English France France French Korea Korea English For Bolivia and Paraguay, set "01=Brazil" for country/country group then "02=Spanish" for language. For Indonesia set "08=Intern.
  • Page 227 Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Message 9 - Record Type of message: recording 0 - Play Fax Mode: 01 - Greeting for busi- Type of message: 01 to 12 ness hours (24 s) 02 - Greeting for night...
  • Page 228: Evm Module

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.11 EVM module Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Duration of greet- (01 to 05 min) - Time for Automatic 2 minutes ing messages leaving a message...
  • Page 229: Table 6-19 Evm Module

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Message source 1 - Message 1 Port: 7491 or 7492 # instead of a None mailbox 2 - Message 2...
  • Page 230: Digital Trunk Settings

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.12 Digital trunk settings Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Ports Position/slot: 1 - External line and exten- # instead of 1 - external HiPath 1120: 02 sion...
  • Page 231: Table 6-17 Table

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Busy signal Position: 001 to 140 Busy signaling group: 001 # instead of None to 140 the code 1 - Day...
  • Page 232: Lan Interface Modules

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes Country Country Brazil Mexico Canada Pakistan Chile Peru China Portugal China 2 United King- Spain Russia Philippines Singapore Greece Thailand IM Spanish Turkey IM French Ukraine IM English Venezuela India Vietnam...
  • Page 233: Relay And Sensor On The Hipath 1120

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Table of the System’s Programming Codes 6.2.14 Relay and sensor on the HiPath 1120 Programmed Code Intermediate data Data to be Completing Default Functions programmed data entry Sensor function 0 = Deactivate the Automatic configuration sensor’s function (default)
  • Page 234: Run Quick Test

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes 6.2.15 Run quick test Checking terminals Check the display of each terminal (for time and date). If there is nothing on the display, it ● means that there is a problem with the terminals or cables. Replace the terminal or inspect cables.
  • Page 235 15 characters to each number. This allows you to make alphanumeric searches (see Phonebook searches in the User Manual). To insert an interdigit pause, enter the "P" character using the HiPath 1100 Manager or press the Redial key using a system telephone (see “Interdigit Pause Time Setting (227)”...
  • Page 236 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes list 1 allows you to store 10 numbers; ● list 2 allows you to store 25 numbers; ● list 3 allows you to store 25 numbers. ● To change an allowed number, simply enter its list number and then the new num- ber.
  • Page 237: External Line Settings

    Warning tone for calls without LCR (092) When the system is configured to use LCR, the HiPath 1100 can alert the user when an external call is being placed to a des- tination using a non-default carrier with higher rates for that time of day. This may be due to the unavailability of an external line for LCR (Least Cost Routing).
  • Page 238 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Seizure priority by type of external line (194) This setting specifies which type of external line will be seized when making an outgoing call. External lines can be accessed using the access code “0” or the code specified for a group of lines. If the PABX has digital and analog lines, you may specify which type of line will have priority.
  • Page 239 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Reseizure timeout for an external line (129) This setting specifies the timeout to reseize the external line after a call has been completed. Maximum time between rings for an incoming call (117) This setting defines a time interval of approximately 6 seconds between two pulses transmitted by the local carrier.
  • Page 240 – Incoming for VMI. Connection type (133) This setting determines whether the group of external lines that is connected to one of the HiPath 1100 systems is also inter- connected to another C.O. or PABX. Second external access code (134) This setting determines the code to be sent by the Satellite PABX in accordance with the access code for external lines on the Master PABX.
  • Page 241: Programming An Extension

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes In the case of an external ISDN line, if the setting is configured as Absent two inter- faces will be disabled. For digital lines (E1 CAS) you must also program a TME1 module1 using the E1 Trunk Manager application.
  • Page 242 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes External call forwarding to a group member should not be used if "Call Deflection" (Code 228) is activated for that member (it does not work for analog lines). In this case, the system does not receive any information about the forwarded call having been answered or not.
  • Page 243 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Timeout for Activating a Call Waiting Message for a UCD Queue (026) This allows you to specify a timeout for routing calls to a waiting queue in the event that agents are busy or unavailable. Different timeouts can be set for each UCD Group.
  • Page 244 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes If Number 3 is a VMI: Last: the message is stored in Number 1’s mailbox. If Number 1 does not have ● a mailbox, the Voice Mail must request the port for recording the message First: the message is stored in Number 2’s Mailbox.
  • Page 245 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes External Call Forwarding cannot be used for an extension that belongs to a group when "Call Deflection" (Code 228) is activated (it does not work for analog lines). In this case, the system does not receive any information about whether or not the forwarded call has been answered.
  • Page 246 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Feature limited to specific countries. Within the system, Silent Monitoring has the same limitation as the Conference and Override features. A maximum of 2 simultaneous conferences is allowed by the system. Note: The Override feature is ticketed as a Conference.
  • Page 247 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Flash Detection Time (131) The Flash signal generated by a Standard MF telephone will only be detected if it is within the range configured for the system. It is therefore recommended that you check the Flash detection time of MF telephones and adjust the settings to approximate them as much as possible.
  • Page 248: Table 6-24 Cd Interface Assignment

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes HiPath 1120 HiPath 1150 A3/B3 ⇒ C3/D3 A3/B3 ⇒ C3/D3 A4/B4 ⇒ C4/D4 A4/B4 ⇒ C4/D4 A5/B5 ⇒ C5/D5 A6/B6 ⇒ C6/D6 A7/B7 ⇒ C7/D7 A8/B8 ⇒ C8/D8 Table 6-24 CD Interface Assignment Extension Coefficient (148)
  • Page 249 DTMF signals. Consult the external entrance telephone manual to check available settings. > Go to the HiPath 1100 Manager folder - Advanced/System Settings/General - "External entrance telephone" and insert the information on the entrance tele- phone device for correct working.
  • Page 250 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Timer for outgoing external calls (047) This setting specifies a maximum time for the duration of an outgoing external call for each extension. The time count starts upon connection of a call and will never restart while the call is in progress (e.g., when there is a transfer). Once the time expires, the call is terminated.
  • Page 251 Data Protection, the call rings at the extension that originated the transfer. The period of time a call signals a busy extension can be configured using the “Timeout Call Forwarding - No Answer (130)” on page 6-246 feature or the HiPath 1100 Manager.
  • Page 252 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes An external-to-external transfer over an analog line is terminated in the following three situations: • Elapsed timeout for external-to-external connection (code 218) • When a busy signal is detected •...
  • Page 253: External Message Waiting Indicator (Mwi)

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Call Forwarding - Busy after Call Forwarding No Answer (185) When this feature is activated, an extension configured for Call Forwarding - No Answer (see Call Forwarding - No Answer, in the User Manual) routes incoming calls to the same destination configured for Call Forwarding - Busy.
  • Page 254: General Settings

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes DISA Permission (018) This setting specifies an extension for using the DISA feature. MSN DISA (019) This specifies from which MSN the DISA features will run. The MSN number must be registered in the External Number Registration (Code 191).
  • Page 255 The default setting is 2 seconds. To insert an interdigit pause, enter the "P" character using the HiPath 1100 Manager or press the Redial key using a system telephone. Each "P" character inserts a 2-second pause (default) in the connection. A longer pause can be inserted by entering more than one character (for example, for a 4-second pause enter "PP")
  • Page 256 This setting limits the amount available to an extension for Call Charges. On HiPath 1100 systems, the Billing facility (Call cost limit by extension) is only avail- able for digital trunks (ISDN and CAS). Please consult your local carrier to know if this service is provided.
  • Page 257 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Date for updating the call cost limit for an extension (045) This specifies a day for resetting the Call Charge limit. Setting a system password (180) Access to the system’s programming mode is protected by password to prevent unauthorized access. The default password is "31994."...
  • Page 258 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Module Detection (061) This setting specifies the slots to which new modules are connected, so that the system may detect them. The modules can only be connected/disconnected when the system is turned off. If the “Detect all slots”...
  • Page 259: Updating The Software

    Remote Administration password through an MSN (220) This setting allows you to specify a password so that all incoming calls from a remote HiPath 1100 Manager that provides the correct password can be authorized to execute Remote Administration. In the default configuration, no password is set.
  • Page 260: Remote Configuration

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Activating a SW Update (055) This feature allows you to update the system’s software automatically on a scheduled date. Day for Update (054) This setting specifies a day for starting the data transfer (upload process). Time for Software Update (058) This setting specifies the time of day for starting the data transfer on the specified day.
  • Page 261 Without MSN Verification (070) Remote Administration will be performed without verifying the Service MSN that has been transmitted. Remote Administration via DTMF (157) With this feature you can configure the HiPath 1100 remotely using an MF telephone. Remote configuration: ●...
  • Page 262: Internal Entrance Telephone

    ● The tickets list can be viewed on a Billing Application installed in the PC or through Windows’ Hyper Terminal. For the Windows’ Hyper Terminal, HiPath 1100 makes available a local control of ticket ● purchasing at any time through a series of commands that can be programmed into the application interface with the central.
  • Page 263 For Windows Hyper Terminal, the following setting is required: ● Configure the CommSever for ADSL connection. ● Select the "Serial Printing" checkbox on the HiPath 1100 Manager, under Advanced - ● > System Settings On the HyperTerminal, select TCP/IP Mode and enter the configuration number for an ●...
  • Page 264 Tickets will only be shown after the end of the first connection. ● To establish a serial or ADSL connection to the HiPath 1100 Manager, disconnect ● HyperTerminal. It is recommended that you uncheck the "Serial Printing" checkbox on the HiPath 1100 Manager if tickets are not being issued over an ADSL connection.
  • Page 265: Table 6-25 Cdr Header Layout

    Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Dialed number (Number) ● The system allows you to configure a feature that ensuring confidentiality of the number dialed at the time the CDR record is issued. This replaces the numbers by the symbol “?” Type of call (I): ●...
  • Page 266 (see Functions Used During a Call - Cost Code, in the User Manual). If Cost Codes have not been configured in advance using the HiPath 1100 Manager (See Cost Codes - A31003-K1270-M100- *), only ten-digit cost codes will be accepted in analog and S telephones.
  • Page 267: Fax/Did Feature

    When Cost Code confirmation is enabled, only Cost Codes that have been configured previously may be used (Cost Codes must be set using HiPath 1100 Manager). If an invalid Cost Code is typed in, a negative tone will sound or a message will be displayed.
  • Page 268 When a Fax/DID is answering eight simultaneous calls, the next call will hear a ring signal generated by the local carrier, which means that the HiPath 1100 has not answered the call yet. If the timeout specified for this feature is shorter than the local carrier’s timeout, the call can be routed in two different ways, depending whether the PABX received it over an analog or a...
  • Page 269: Evm Module

    EVM module EVM (Entry Voice Mail) is a Voice Mail solution for HiPath 1100 systems. Its features are controlled through the keys on a sys- tem telephone or any type of equipment with MF dialing capability. EVM is configured and activated by technical personnel through the 1100 Manager administration software or a programming extension.
  • Page 270 This setting specifies whether a message will be played for a specific MSN. System number (211) This setting displays the number for the HiPath 1100 when the system is operating in a Point-to-Point (PP) environment. System number type (212) This setting specifies how an MSN configuration must be sent.
  • Page 271: Digital Trunk Settings

    This specifies whether a message/greeting should be played for an external analog line. 6.3.12 Digital trunk settings The HiPath 1100 systems can be equipped with digital trunks by means of an S module (ISDN/ISDN access) and a TME1 (E1 CAS access).
  • Page 272 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes When only ISDN digital lines are being used, the following functions must be configured: DID, External number registration, Area code, Country code. MSN Automatic Internal Distribution This features allows you to assign different MSN numbers for each S interface.
  • Page 273 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes line operation mode (190) This setting specifies the type of connection, either Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multipoint, or S Bus) between the S module and the local carrier’s lines. With the HiPath 1120, the S module’s first port can only be a trunk, PP or PMP .
  • Page 274 When this feature is available and provided by a local carrier, an incoming call to an extension enabled with Call Forwarding (*11) is routed directly to an external destination over the public network. Alternatively, the HiPath 1100 system can be used.
  • Page 275: Lan Interface Modules

    ADSL modem available, they can share ADSL access, dispensing with the need for an external ADSL modem or HUB. The HiPath 1100 can interact via the LAN network with the applications used in your administration, such as: HiPath 1100 Man- ager, Interaction Center Smart, billing applications, and so on.
  • Page 276 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes Configuring the sensor function (170) Allows you to select a function for the sensor: Deactivating the sensor function (default) ● Dial the number specified in "Number Dialed by Sensor Activation" (Code 052). ●...
  • Page 277 Configuring the system specifically for the client Comments about the system’s programming codes "Invert": The current state of the relay is reversed when the feature code for activating the ● Relay is selected at an extension. "Music on Hold" The Relay can be used for activating external equipment connected for ●...
  • Page 278: Operation

    Wait a few moments for the system to load the software. Activating System Programming The system HiPath 1100 comes with a factory default configuration, described in the programming tables for each code. If an update or modification is required, there are two possible programming options:...
  • Page 279: Programming With A Telephone Set

    Operation Programming with a Telephone Set Programming with a Telephone Set System programming can only be executed using the first slot on an analog extension of the interface (default extension 11) equipped with an analogextension (MF) or on a KS-type system telephone or in the first slot of an optiPoint 500-type system telephone.
  • Page 280: System Programming Mode Using A Pc

    Operation System programming mode using a PC Issues concerning changes to the default password Access to the system’s programming mode is protected by password to prevent unauthorized access. To change the default password (31994) you must enter programming mode: Programming extension: * 95 +31994 + 80 + XXXXX(new password) + XXXXX (confirm ●...
  • Page 281: Local Connection

    7.2.1 Local Connection 7.2.1.1 V.24 Serial Interface For this option, first install the HiPath 1100 applications then set the CommServer. Procedure: Check that the HiPath 1100 system is ON Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the CD drive If Auto-Run is not configured, go to the Windows Start menu, click Run and then select the Browse button in the dialog box.
  • Page 282: Figure 7-1 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A V.24 Serial Interface

    Operation System programming mode using a PC After installation is completed, configure the Communication Server (see Figure 7-1). Right-click the CommServer icon on the Windows status bar and select Properties. Specify these settings: Connection Type ● Baud Rate 19200 (Default) / 38400 / 57600 / 115200 baud ●...
  • Page 283: Usb Interface

    In order to perform HiPath 1100 administration using a computer and a USB interface, you must install the proper CallBridge for Data USB drivers specific for the HiPath 1100 family. This allows the computer to communicate with the system. This task must be complete before installing the HiPath 1100 applications.
  • Page 284: Figure 7-3 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A Usb Connection

    Operation System programming mode using a PC Select the software components you wish to install and install them. For programming the HiPath 1100 system, the following applications must be installed: HiPath 1100 Manager ● CommServer (installs automatically). ● After each component is installed, a message is displayed indicating that the installation was completed successfully.
  • Page 285: Lan Interface Modules

    This option uses LAN access via the ADSL, SLIMC, SADSLIM, LIMC or ADSLIM modules. Install the HiPath 1100 applications from the CD, restart the PC, then make the necessary settings on the HiPath 1100 Manager for connection with the CommServer.
  • Page 286: Figure 7-4 Properties Of The Commserver - Connections Adsl Module

    CommServer installed, known as eCommServer. You may therefore make an authorized LAN access to the PABX of an external application such as those that use the SNMP platform. Configure the IP address and Port of the LAN interface module in the HiPath 1100 Manager in Tools/CommServe Configuration. menu Defaults: –...
  • Page 287: Optipoint Interface

    CAPI or remote ISDN connections to the system will be made while there is a CAPI connection running. USB administration + CAPI interface drivers must be installed for this type of connection. Possible Configurations HiPath 1100 Applications Manager Software Transmission Billing Status Monitor...
  • Page 288 To perform HiPath 1100 administrative tasks on a computer using an optiPoint interface, you must first install the appropriate USB drivers for optiPoint, according to the connection to be used (see Chapter 7, “optiPoint USB drivers” ) and start installing the applications HiPath 1100: Procedure:...
  • Page 289: Figure 7-6 Commserver Properties - Optipoint Connection Configuration

    Operation System programming mode using a PC a) Connections via optiPoint VCOM: Figure 7-6 CommServer Properties - optiPoint Connection Configuration . b) Connections via optiPoint CAPI: Connection Type: ISDN Connection ● Phone #: 800 ● Your MSN: --- (There is no need fill this in) ●...
  • Page 290: Remote / Local Connection

    Remote / Local connection 7.2.2.1 External Analog modem For this option, the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer configure the settings on CommServer, HiPath 1100 Manager and the HiPath 1100 system. Procedure: Connect the analog modem (to connect the modem’s extension, see item 4.7 - Connecting extensions to the system’s internal MDF) as follows:...
  • Page 291: Figure 7-9 Hipath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog Modem

    Select “Close“ to close the installation window. Installation is then completed and the computer has to be restarted. After restarting the computer, check the default modem (US Robotics) configuration on the HiPath 1100 Manager and change the following settings to match your modem (see the modem’s manual, if necessary): Figure 7-9...
  • Page 292: Figure 7-10 Commserver Configuration - Remote Analog Modem

    Robotics) with your modem configuration (see the modem’s manual). If necessary, change the following information: Figure 7-10 CommServer Configuration - Remote Analog modem 10. After exiting the CommServer, the server will restart automatically whenever a HiPath 1100 application is activated. 7-292 Service Manual...
  • Page 293: Isdn Modem Via S0 Module

    The system can be administered remotely or locally through an ISDN interface. For this option, only the HiPath 1100 applications are installed. After restarting the computer (if Windows prompts you to restart the computer) configure the settings for the CommServer.
  • Page 294: Figure 7-11 Isdn Configuration Options

    In the Setup window, select the language you want to use A window will appear where you can select the software to be installed Install your selected software components sequentially. For programming the HiPath 1100 system, the following applications must be installed: HiPath 1100 Manager and ●...
  • Page 295: Driver Installation

    7.3.1 HiPath 1100 USB Drivers Two types of USB drivers can be installed for the HiPath 1100 system: Administration USB driver or Administration + CAPI Interface USB driver. If all you need is administration of the HiPath 1100 system, install the Administration USB drivers package.
  • Page 296: Installation Setup

    7.3.1.1 Installation Setup Make sure the HiPath 1100 system is turned on (do not connect the USB cable at this point. This should be done during driver installation) Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the PC’s CD drive...
  • Page 297: Installing Usb' Drivers

    Additional system components may need to be installed during driver installation. So please have the Windows 98 CD available. Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Add New Hardware wizard will appear. A message will appear indicating that Setup will search for new Composite USB device drivers.
  • Page 298: Figure 7-15 Windows 98 Se - Usb Driver Installation

    Operation Driver Installation Select the option "Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)" and click "Next" to confirm Figure 7-15 Windows 98 SE - USB Driver Installation Select the “Specify a location“ checkbox and click “Browse“ to select the directory where the uncompressed driver is stored.
  • Page 299: Figure 7-16 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-16 Windows 98 SE - USB drivers installation location A message will appear informing that a driver has been found. Click "Next" to proceed. The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed. Click “Finish” A message will appear informing that HiPath 1000is being searched for. Repeat driver installation procedures for USB interface devices (Steps 1 to 4).
  • Page 300: Figure 7-17 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-17 Windows 98 SE - selection for ISDN 10. Enter an available extension number in the "Phone # (MSN)" field (for HiPath 1120/1150 switches the default extension is 10 and for HiPath 1190 the default extension is 100), free. Click "Next"...
  • Page 301: Figure 7-19 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder

    Operation Driver Installation Windows ME Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Add New Hardware wizard will appear. A message will appear indicating that Setup will search for new Composite USB device drivers. Click "Next" to proceed. Choose "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)" and click "Next." Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 302: Figure 7-20 Windows Me - Usb/Capi Installation Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-20 Windows ME - USB/CAPI installation location. A message will appear informing that a driver has been found. Click "Next" to proceed. The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed. Click "Finish." A message will appear informing that HiPath 1000is being searched for. Repeat driver installation procedures for USB interface devices (Steps 1 to 6) To install administration + CAPI Interface drivers, follow these steps: A message will appear indicating that the best driver for the hardware has been found.
  • Page 303: Figure 7-21 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn

    Operation Driver Installation In the following window, select "EURO-ISDN (DSS1)" and click "Next”: ● Figure 7-21 Windows ME - selection for ISDN Enter an available extension number in the "Phone # (MSN)" field (for HiPath 1120/1150 ● the default extension is 10 and for HiPath 1190 the default extension is 100). Click "Next" to confirm.
  • Page 304: Figure 7-23 Windows 2000 - Driver Location

    (see “CAPI Application setup” on page 7-313). Windows 2000 You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Found New Hardware Wizard window appears so that new drivers can be installed. Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 305: Figure 7-24 Windows 2000 - Driver Location

    Operation Driver Installation If it is not already selected, check the "Specify a location" box, then click "Next." Figure 7-24 Windows 2000 - Driver location A second window will open. Under Browse, select the directory where the decompressed driver is stored. Drivers can be found in the \Software\USB Drivers folder of the CD. The driver is decompressed in C:\Temp (Default).
  • Page 306: Figure 7-26 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection

    Operation Driver Installation The HiPath 1000 (CAPI Interface) installation will now be launched. The window with the warning about a Microsoft digital signature will appear twice. Click "OK" every time it appears. In the ISDN - HiPath 1000 window, select “European ISDN (DSS1)“ then click “Next“. Figure 7-26 Windows 2000 - ISDN selection 10.
  • Page 307: Figure 7-28 Windows 2003 - Driver Location

    You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Proceed as follows: Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer using a USB cable The Found New Hardware Wizard window will appear so that new drivers can be installed.
  • Page 308: Figure 7-29 Windows 2003 - Drivers Installation Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-29 Windows 2003 - Drivers installation location Once this is completed, the installation of the HiPath 1000 will start A message will appear (three times) to the effect that the software installation did not pass the Windows logo test. Click "Next"...
  • Page 309: Figure 7-31 Windows 2003 - Msn

    Operation Driver Installation Enter the MSN-CAPI number (see Table 6-3 on page 6-206) (for HiPath 1120/1150 the default extension is 10 and for HiPath 1190 the default extension is 100) in "Add," in the Multi-subscriber Numbers" box. Figure 7-31 Windows 2003 - MSN The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed.
  • Page 310: Figure 7-32 Windows Xp - Driver Location

    You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Proceed as follows: Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer using a USB cable The Found New Hardware Wizard window will appear so that new drivers can be installed.
  • Page 311: Figure 7-33 Windows Xp - Driver Installation Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-33 Windows XP - Driver installation location Once this is completed, the installation of the HiPath 1000 will start A message will appear (three times) to the effect that the software installation did not pass the Windows logo test. Click "Next"...
  • Page 312: Figure 7-35 Windows Xp - Msn

    Operation Driver Installation Enter the MSN-CAPI number (see Table 6-3 on page 6-206) (for HiPath 1120/1150 the default extension is 10 and for HiPath 1190 the default extension is 100) in "Add," in the Multi-subscriber Numbers" box. Figure 7-35 Windows XP - MSN The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed.
  • Page 313: Capi Application Setup

    ● Restart the computer after installation of USB drivers and CAPI applications. The USB drivers are Plug&Play compatible, so that after installation, the HiPath 1100 system may be removed and added again to the computer configuration - by simply unplugging or connecting the USB cable. The drivers do not need to be reinstalled.
  • Page 314: Optipoint Usb Drivers

    7.3.2 optiPoint USB drivers There are two types of optiPoint USB drivers that can be installed for the HiPath 1100 system: Administration USB driver or Administration USB driver + optiPoint CAPI interface. If all you need is administration of the HiPath 1100 system, install the Administration USB drivers.
  • Page 315: Using The Installer

    Using the Installer Check that the HiPath 1100 system is ON Insert the HiPath 1100 CD in the PC’s CD drive Connect optiPoint to your computer using the USB cable. A window will announce that new hardware has been found Follow the Installer’s instructions.
  • Page 316 Additional system components may need to be installed during driver installation. So please have the Windows 98 CD available. Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Add New Hardware wizard will appear. A message will appear indicating that Setup will search for new Composite USB device drivers.
  • Page 317: Figure 7-36 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-36 Windows 98 SE - USB drivers installation location Select the “Specify a location:“ checkbox and click “Browse“ to select the directory where the uncompressed optiPoint’s CallBridge for Data is located. Drivers can be found in the \Software\USB Drivers folder of the CD.
  • Page 318: Figure 7-38 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn

    Operation Driver Installation A message will appear informing that optiPoint is being searched for. Repeat hardware driver installation (steps 1 through 4) To install administration drivers + CAPI optiPoint Interface, please follow these steps: During installation of optiPoint (CAPI Interface) configure these two settings: In the following window, select "EURO-ISDN (DSS1)"...
  • Page 319: Figure 7-39 Windows 98 Se - Msn Number

    (see “CAPI Application setup” on page 7-331). Windows ME Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Add New Hardware wizard will appear. A message will appear indicating that Setup will search for new Composite USB device drivers. Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 320: Figure 7-40 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-40 Windows ME - Specify installation folder Select the “Search for the best CAPI for your device (Recommended)” checkbox then select the “Specify a location” checkbox. Under Browse, select the directory where the decompressed driver is stored.” Drivers can be found in the \Software\USB Drivers folder of the CD.
  • Page 321: Figure 7-42 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn

    Operation Driver Installation A message will appear informing that a driver has been found. Click "Next" to proceed. The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed. Click "Finish." A message will appear informing that optiPoint is being searched for. Repeat hardware driver installation (steps 1 through 6): To install administration drivers + CAPI optiPoint Interface, follow these steps: During installation of optiPoint (CAPI Interface) configure these two settings:...
  • Page 322: Figure 7-43 Windows Se - Msn Number

    Windows 2000 You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Proceed as follows: Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Found New Hardware Wizard window appears so that new drivers can be installed. Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 323: Figure 7-44 Windows 2000 - Driver Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-44 Windows 2000 - Driver location 7-323 Service Manual...
  • Page 324: Figure 7-45 Windows 2000 - Driver Location

    Operation Driver Installation If it is not already selected, check the "Specify a location" box, then click "Next." Figure 7-45 Windows 2000 - Driver location A second window will open. Under Browse, select the directory where the decompressed driver is stored. Drivers can be found in the \Software\USB Drivers folder of the CD. The drive is decompressed in C:\Temp (Default).
  • Page 325: Figure 7-47 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection

    Operation Driver Installation The optiPoint (CAPI Interface) installation will now be launched. The window with the warning about a Microsoft digital signature will appear twice. Click "OK" every time it appears. In the ISDN - optiPoint window, select “European ISDN (DSS1)” then click “Next”. Figure 7-47 Windows 2000 - ISDN selection 10.
  • Page 326: Figure 7-49 Windows 2003 - Driver Location

    You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Proceed as follows: Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Found New Hardware Wizard window will appear so that new drivers can be installed. Choose "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 327: Figure 7-50 Windows 2003 - Driver Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-50 Windows 2003 - Driver location Once this is completed, the installation of the optiPoint driver will start A message will appear (three times) to the effect that the software installation did not pass the Windows logo test.
  • Page 328: Figure 7-52 Windows 2003 - Msn

    You must have administrator’s access privileges to install any software Proceed as follows: Connect the HiPath 1100 system to the computer The Found New Hardware Wizard window will appear so that new drivers can be installed. Choose "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" Click "Next" to proceed.
  • Page 329: Figure 7-53 Windows Xp - Driver Location

    Operation Driver Installation Figure 7-53 Windows XP - Driver location A second window will open. Select “Search for the best CAPI in these locations” then select “Include this location in the search”. Under Browse, select the directory where the decompressed driver is stored. Drivers can be found in the \Software\USB Drivers folder of the CD.
  • Page 330: Figure 7-55 Windows Xp - Isdn

    Operation Driver Installation Once this is completed, the installation of the optiPoint driver will start A message will appear (three times) to the effect that the software installation did not pass the Windows logo test. Click "Continue" every time this message will appear. In the ISDN - optiPoint window, select “European ISDN (DSS1)“...
  • Page 331: Capi Application Setup

    Operation Driver Installation The installation of the USB drivers will be confirmed. Click "Finish." A message will appear that HiPath 1000 drivers are being searched for. Repeat driver installation procedures for USB interface devices (Steps 1 to 3) Click "Next" to proceed. 10.
  • Page 332: Uninstall

    Data Utilities/Uninstall CallBridge for Data Utilities. Once CallBridge for Data Utilities has been uninstalled, answer "No" when asked if you want to restart your computer, and proceed with step 6. Uninstall all HiPath 1100 components as follows: Start/Settings/Control Panel/Software, then click on "Remove Software" Next, restart your computer.
  • Page 333: Hipath 1100 Applications

    TAPI (Telephony Applications Programming Interface) drivers. TAPI drivers are interfaces between a Windows operating system and a TAPI-compatible telephone system. If a previous version (ESL or HiPath 1100) Tapi driver is already installed, you will need to update it to a HiPath 1100 V7.0 Tapi driver.
  • Page 334: Snmp

    The SNMP - Simple Network Management Protocol - is a TCP/IP protocol that provides a user- friendly platform for managing software for systems connected to the TCP/IP network. The SNMP is used practically as a "Management agent" on the HiPath 1100, allowing central monitoring and management of the PABX.
  • Page 335: Figure 7-57 Snmp Folder

    "traps" are put into place sent as groups of data to a configurable IP address. A maximum of five applications are available that support SNMP version 1.0, such as the HP Open View. This option will only be active in HiPath 1100 Manager if the SLIMC, SADSLIM, LIMC or ADSLIM modules are configured. 7-335...
  • Page 336: Hipath 1100 Manager

    If the database has been previously saved in earlier versions and you want to update the database to HiPath 1100 V7.0, all you need to do is restore the *.bup file and the system will run an automatic update. Once the restore process is completed, a popup message will appear informing the user of the changes resulting from the restore process.
  • Page 337: Figure 7-58 Sw Router Adsl Firmware Update

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications – Default IP: 10.0.0.1 – Default Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0. If you need to reset the IP or Subnet Mask, enter code 013 for "Restoring default LAN interface settings" after which the IP ADSL module will be 10.0.0.1.
  • Page 338: Figure 7-59 Adsl Router Configuration Sw

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications Figure 7-59 ADSL router configuration SW Checking the version of the ADSL SW To check which version of the SW is loaded in the ADSL module, please proceed as follows: Connect a PC to the Module;...
  • Page 339: Slimc, Sadslim, Limc And Adslim Modules

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications Hit “Enter”. If the module has the correct version of SW, the message “© Siemens Ltda / euroset Line ADSL Router - Software Version 8 1r110k / Login” will appear. After this procedure is complete, close this window.
  • Page 340: Figure 7-61 Password And Username Window For Access Via Web Browser

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications For other configurations, you should enter with the Username and Password. The window requesting the information appears if another link of the web page is accessed. Figure 7-61 Password and Username window for access via web browser The default Username is admin and the Password is 31994.
  • Page 341: Figure 7-63 Changing The Default Ip Address

    This configuration will be saved once you press Save & Reboot. After rebooting, you will not be able to access the “Siemens administrative Con- sole” for 30 seconds and the new IP address must be inserted into the web browser to access the web interface.
  • Page 342: Figure 7-64 Default Factory Settings

    Default factory settings To return to the default settings, click on Factory Defaults. This will reboot the module and you will not be able to access the “Siemens admin- istrative Console” for 30 seconds and the default IP address (192.168.254.253)
  • Page 343: Figure 7-65 Selecting A Firmware File For Upgrade

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications Upgrade Firmware Follow this link to upgrade the firmware: >>System<< - >>Firmware Upgrade<<. Figure 7-65 Selecting a Firmware file for Upgrade Press Browse to select the .bin file to update the firmware. Check whether the selected file is a valid firmware file. The web interface accepts all file types, and this could cause the module to malfunction.
  • Page 344: Configuring The Speed Stream Modem

    7.4.4.3 Configuring the Speed Stream Modem Once you have installed the ADSL access to you provider and the connections to HiPath 1100, you may need to adjust the parameters of the SADSLIM (HiPath 1120) and ADSLIM (HiPath1150/1190/1190R) modules of the ADSL modem.
  • Page 345: Figure 7-67 Configuring The Speed Stream Modem

    Operation HiPath 1100 applications Figure 7-67 Configuring the Speed Stream Modem The first time you access the service, you will need to set a Username and Password. Username: admin ● Password: 31994 or admin ● With this Username and Password, the user may then login to the modem.
  • Page 346: Returning To Factory Settings