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NEC ITX-7PUC-TEL User Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ................................... 2 Accessing the Configuration Service ............................ 2 NCS Configuration Service Dash Board ..........................3 Registration ................................... 3 UT880 MAC Address Information ............................4 NCS Templates ..................................4 Template Configuration for the Multiline Client ......................... 5 Dialer Configuration ................................
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Accessing the Configuration Service The NEC Configuration Service is associated with an active customer location that is supported under a software assured contract. LMS Administrators may identify a SWA assured location under the LMS customer location section associated with the SWA icon .
  • Page 4: Ncs Configuration Service Dash Board

    NCS Configuration Service Dash Board Once redirected to the the UT880 Configuration Service administrators gain access to register configuration paramteres on the ITX-7PUC-TEL (UT880 Telephone). Supported parameters like Single Registration, Bulk Registration, Device Review, Defining Terminal Templates, Terminal, Replacements and Devices.
  • Page 5: Ut880 Mac Address Information

    User Guide UT880 MAC Address Information The UT880 MAC Address information is normally located on the bottom of the UT880 as shown below. Once the phone is registered you should see the UT880 listed in the Registered Devices NCS Templates A template is normally used when configuring multiple divices with specific parameters that are shared among various terminals.
  • Page 6: Template Configuration For The Multiline Client

    User Guide Template Configuration for the Multiline Client Dialer – The Multi Line Client dialer is only dialer supported in the future there will be mulitle at release. Network Settings Network settings may be configured for DHCP ( enabled at DEFAULT ) or static assignment. The device VLAN and PC Port(enabled at default) VLAN setting may also be defined.
  • Page 7 User Guide Provisioning The UT880 phone can contact the Configuration Service for updates periodically. In this section, you can configuration the duration between successive provision updates. For example, if you set the UT880 to check for provisioning every day at midnight, you can then expect the changes you do for that phone configuration to apply to the phone overnight.
  • Page 8: Dialer Configuration

    User Guide Dialer Configuration The dialer configuration parameters are normally the system parameters needed to register the MLC Client as ISIP/NSIP Client. Parameters such as contain some of system parameters that registration parameters dare obtained and defined Define the time format and Network Time server information Account Name- Profile or account name User Name: SIP user name assigned by the administrator after provisioning in the phone system.
  • Page 9: Bulk Registration

    User Guide Bulk Registration The Bulk registration is another alternate method to configuring multiple devices. The Bulk Registration .CSV file The NCS allows you to download a (.CSV) file template which lists all the required data fields needed to support bulk upload.
  • Page 10 User Guide DNS: Define the device Domain Name Server Address. Supported values: (assign only if DHCP=0) VLAN: Supported values (1) Enable (0) Disable. (Numbers only) VLANID: VLAN Identifier. Supported Values (2-4094) (Numbers only) VLAN PRI: VLAN Priority. Supported values (1-7) (Numbers only) LANSPD: LAN Port Speed, supported values (Auto, 1000Full, 100Full, 10Full, and 10Half PCPort...
  • Page 11: Device Replacement

    User Guide UC-USER The Multiline Client UC Server Name. Supported Value –(Text only) UC-PWD: The Multiline Client UC Server Password. Supported value – (Text or numbers) APP-ON APP Store. Supported values (1) Enable (0) Disable (Numbers only) Device Replacement The device replacement works similar to LMS hardware replacement .Search for the registered device you wish to replace by populating a few characters of the device name or Mac address the NCS portal will search the database for the device that best matches your search requirements and provide a list of registered terminals within your account.
  • Page 12: Registered Devices

    User Guide Populate the replacement device MAC address and a valid reason to replace the device and select Replace. The “Changes were applied successfully” confirmation message will appear. Registered Devices The Configuration Server keeps realtime history of all registered devices by MAC Address, TAG ID and Device Name, Administrators can determine the last time a Device templated was synched with the NCS time stamp listed under the last contacted column.
  • Page 13 User Guide Phone MAC Address: Unique 12 character ID Tag: NEC Terminal Identifier (Future Use) Name: Device Name Last Contacted: Last time the device communicated synched up with the NCS server. Firmware: Enable automatic firmware updates for a device. Template: A new phone template may be applied at any time to registered devices. Select the template you wish to use from the template drop down list and check the device followed by pressing the Save button.

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