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Section 530
Digital Business System
ISDN
Reference
Manual
for CPC-EX Version 2.3
Doc. No. 504X00301C
Revised April 2000

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  • Page 1 Section 530 Digital Business System ISDN Reference Manual for CPC-EX Version 2.3 Doc. No. 504X00301C Revised April 2000...
  • Page 2 The contents of this document are subject to change without notice and do not constitute a commitment on the part of Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC). Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document. However, due to ongoing product improvements and revisions, Panasonic cannot guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date of publication nor can it accept responsibility for errors or omissions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    About This Manual Overview... vii Related Documents ... vii Chapter 1. Introduction to the ISDN Interface Overview... 1-3 Description of the ISDN Interface ... 1-3 Framing Options ... 1-3 Pre-Installation Requirements... 1-4 Ordering ISDN... 1-4 What You Must Purchase ... 1-8 Chapter 2.
  • Page 4 Chapter 4. Programming Reference ISDN System Settings ... 4-3 System Size... 4-3 T1/ISDN... 4-3 Clock Settings ... 4-4 System-Wide Timers ... 4-7 Digital Pad Settings ... 4-12 Extension Port Settings ... 4-14 Trunk Port Settings ... 4-15 Master and Slave Settings... 4-16 Trunk Configuration ...
  • Page 5 Figure 2-1 CSU installation ... 2-13 Figure 2-2 SCC-B Switch 4 ... 2-15 Figure 2-3 Connector 4 (CN4) strapping, Sync Unit ... 2-15 Figure 2-4 Sync Unit installation ... 2-16 Figure 2-5 MDF card installation ... 2-17 Figure 2-6 Sync Unit and ISDN connection, single-cabinet installation ... 2-18 Figure 2-7 RJ48 pinouts, CN1 connector ...
  • Page 6 Table 1-1 Guidelines for ordering ISDN services ... 1-4 Table 4-1 ISDN alarm definitions ... 4-17 Table 5-1 ISDN Hardware requirements for single-cabinet systems ... 1-8 Table 5-2 ISDN Hardware requirements for double-cabinet systems ... 1-8 Table 5-3 CSU equipment required for ISDN ... 1-9 Table 6-1 EC/TRK slot usage for ISDN ...
  • Page 7: About This Manual

    About This Manual Overview This manual provides an overview of the DBS ISDN Interface, along with installation and programming instructions when used with CPC-EX Version 2.2. Appendix A provides updates for CPC-EX version 2.3 as well. The following table summarizes each chapter contained in this manual. Chapter Title Introduction to the ISDN Interface...
  • Page 8 viii DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 9: Chapter 1. Introduction To The Isdn Interface

    Chapter 1. Introduction to the ISDN Interface This chapter provides an overview of the ISDN Interface. It also describes pre-installation requirements for the ISDN. The following table summarizes the topics contained in this chapter. Overview Description of the ISDN Interface Framing Options Pre-Installation Requirements Ordering ISDN...
  • Page 10 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 11: Overview

    Introduction to the ISDN Interface Overview Description of the ISDN Interface The ISDN Interface is a Primary Rate Interface (PRI) digital trunk card that provides 23 voice channels (“B” channels) and a control channel (“D” channel) over a four-wire circuit. ISDN lines can be leased from local exchange carriers and long-distance carriers.
  • Page 12: Pre-installation Requirements

    Ordering ISDN The ISDN PRI provides a flexible method of providing access to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network). Because of the numerous ways that an ISDN span can be configured by the CO, it is essential that the DBS configuration and the provisioning of the CO be compatible.
  • Page 13 Two Way Block of 20 numbers are generally assigned. With DID, note that the total number of telephone numbers will exceed the total number of B channels. Select 4 digits. This is used with DID. 5ESS Custom or...
  • Page 14 “011” or not. Typical Information for CO Installation Address Is this a new installation? Extended wiring beyond telephone room? Main telephone number of installa- tion Contact person for installation Contact for order information Billing name Billing address...
  • Page 15 Introduction to the ISDN Interface Span Item Signaling code Line coding Framing Format Bearer configuration Quantity of B (bearer) channels Call type Quantity of phone numbers Number of incoming digits to CPE (Customer Premise Equipment –DBS) ISDN PRI Protocol Glare Resolution Channel selection used by CO Source of Calling Party Num- Service Options...
  • Page 16: What You Must Purchase

    What You Must Purchase The following items must be purchased to install ISDN. DBS Equipment If you are installing the ISDN in a single-cabinet system, order the equipment included in Table 1-1. For two-cabinet systems, see Table 1-2. Table 1-1. ISDN Hardware requirements for single-cabinet systems CPC-EX SCC-B (VB-43415)
  • Page 17 Introduction to the ISDN Interface CSU Equipment The installer must provide a Channel Service Unit (CSU) plus CSU cabling. The CSU equipment must meet the specifications contained in Table 1-3. See page 2-12 for instructions on installing the CSU. Table 1-3. CSU equipment required for ISDN Item Specifications The Channel Service Unit (CSU) must...
  • Page 18 Pre-Installation Requirements Introduction to the ISDN Interface 1-10 DBS-EX23-530 April 2000...
  • Page 19: Chapter 2. Installation

    Chapter 2. Installation This section describes guidelines and procedures for installing the ISDN Interface. Once the ISDN Interface is installed, refer to Chapter 3 - “Quick Start Programming” or Chapter 4 - “Programming Reference” for programming instructions. This chapter covers the following topics. Guidelines Hardware Requirements Maximums...
  • Page 20 DBS-EX22-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 21: Guidelines

    Installation Guidelines Read the following guidelines before beginning ISDN installation. Installation instructions begin on page 2-14. Hardware Requirements • The system configuration determines what cards and cables must be purchased for ISDN. See “DBS Equipment” on page 1-8 for more information.
  • Page 22 • Fractional ISDN can be used when fewer than 23 ISDN trunks are needed. Fractional ISDN allows you to use only a portion of the 23 channels provided on the ISDN card. • Fractional ISDN per port assignments require the VB-43511A version of the loop start trunk card.
  • Page 23: Trunk Assignments For Single-cabinet Systems

    Installation Trunk Assignments for Single-Cabinet Systems • Programming is not required to associate trunk ports with slot locations. However, you must use programming to specify that a combination of ISDN and analog trunks is installed, and you must also specify how many ISDN channels are used.
  • Page 24: Trunk Assignments For Double-cabinet Systems

    Table 2-4. ISDN and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 Trunk 23-Channel ISDN Number Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9 ISDN channel 23 ISDN channel 17 ISDN channel 16 ISDN channel 9 ISDN channel 8 ISDN channel 1 Trunk Assignments for Double-Cabinet Systems •...
  • Page 25 Installation Table 2-5. Maximum ISDN assignments for two-cabinet systems System Size DBS 40 + DBS 40 DBS 72 + DBS 72 DBS 96 + DBS 40 DBS 96 + DBS 72 DBS 96 + DBS 96 • Two-cabinet systems use the same trunk numbering scheme as single- cabinet systems: analog trunks are numbered from “1”...
  • Page 26 Table 2-7. ISDN and analog trunk assignments, DBS 72 + DBS 72 (23-channel ISDN in the slave) Trunk Number Master Cabinet Slave Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9 Analog trunk 16 DBS-EX23-530 Analog trunk 1 ISDN channel 23 ISDN channel 17 ISDN channel 16 ISDN channel 9...
  • Page 27 Installation Table 2-8. ISDN and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 40 (23-channel ISDN in the master; 16-channel ISDN in the slave) Trunk Number Revised April 2000 Master Cabinet Slave Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9 ISDN channel 23 ISDN channel 17 ISDN channel 16...
  • Page 28 Table 2-9. ISDN and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 72 (23-channel ISDN in the master; 23-channel ISDN in the slave) Trunk Number 2-10 Master Cabinet Slave Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9 ISDN channel 23 ISDN channel 17 ISDN channel 16 ISDN channel 9...
  • Page 29 Installation Table 2-10. ISDN and analog trunk assignments, DBS 96 + DBS 96 (23-channel ISDN in the master; 23-channel ISDN in the slave) Trunk Master Cabinet Number Revised April 2000 Slave Cabinet Analog trunk 1 Analog trunk 8 Analog trunk 9 ISDN channel 23 ISDN channel 17 ISDN channel 16...
  • Page 30: Installation Procedures

    Installation Procedures The following procedures provide step-by-step instructions for installing the CSU and the ISDN Interface. The ISDN procedure that you should use depends on the type of system you have and the number of ISDNs you are installing. If you’re installing ... A ISDN in a single cabinet One ISDN in a double cabinet, with the ISDN located in the master...
  • Page 31: Figure 2-1 Csu Installation

    Installation Figure 2-1. CSU installation 2. Connect the network cable from the network side of the CSU to the network demarcation point. (The network demarcation is typically an RJ48C “smartjack.”) 3. Test the CSU cabling by performing the following steps. Note: The following procedure can only be used with CSUs that provide a local loopback.
  • Page 32: Installing An Isdn In A Single Cabinet

    a. Remove the jumper from CN4 on the Sync Card (Figure 2-3 on page 2- 15). b. Put the CSU in the local loopback mode. c. Check the CFA LED on the ISDN card. If the LED is dark, the cabling between the CSU and DBS is okay.
  • Page 33: Figure 2-2 Scc-b Switch 4

    Installation Figure 2-2. SCC-B Switch 4 SC C - B C ar d 3. Check connector 4 (CN4) on the Sync Unit (VB-43563). Make sure that Pins 2 and 3 are strapped. (See Figure 2-3.) When Pins 2 and 3 are strapped, the Sync Unit synchronizes the DBS ISDN card with the signaling provided by the public network.
  • Page 34: Figure 2-4 Sync Unit Installation

    Installation Procedures Installation Note: Before attaching the Sync Unit, insert the three spacers provided with the unit and remove the jumpers from CN2 of the CPC-EX card. Figure 2-4. Sync Unit installation 2-16 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 35: Figure 2-5 Mdf Card Installation

    Installation Installation Procedures 5. Install the MDF (main distribution frame) card in the top of the cabinet as shown in Figure 2-5. Figure 2-5. MDF card installation Revised April 2000 DBS-EX23-530 2-17...
  • Page 36: Figure 2-6 Sync Unit And Isdn Connection, Single-cabinet Installation

    6. Set SW1 on the ISDN card according to the following table. These switch settings correspond to the distance between the DBS and the CSU. To turn a switch on, flip it to the “up” position. Table 2-11. Switch settings for SW1 on the ISDN card 0 to 150 ft.
  • Page 37: Figure 2-7 Rj48 Pinouts, Cn1 Connector

    Installation 9. Connect the cable attached to CN3 on the MDF card to CN3 on the ISDN card (Figure 2-8). 10. Using an RJ48 cable, connect CN1 on the MDF card to the CSU (Figure 2-8). The following illustration shows CN1 pinouts. Figure 2-7.
  • Page 38: Figure 2-8 Isdn Cabinet Connections, Single-cabinet Installation

    Installation Procedures Installation 11. Connect the ground cable from the MDF card to the cabinet as shown in Figure 2-8. Figure 2-8. ISDN cabinet connections, single-cabinet installation 2-20 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 39: Installing Isdn In A Double Cabinet With The Isdn In The Slave

    Installation Installing ISDN in a Double Cabinet with the ISDN in the Slave 1. Before beginning ISDN installation, perform the “ISDN Function Reset” command (FF1 9# 1# 1#). This command must be issued before the ISDN can be installed properly. 2.
  • Page 40: Figure 2-9 Sync Cable Connections, Double-cabinet With An Isdn In The Slave

    Installation Procedures Installation Figure 2-9. Sync cable connections, double-cabinet with an ISDN in the slave 2-22 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 41: Installing Isdn In A Double Cabinet With Isdns In The Master And Slave

    Installation Installing ISDN in a Double Cabinet with ISDNs in the Master and Slave 1. Before beginning ISDN installation, perform the “ISDN Function Reset” command (FF1 9# 1# 1#). This command must be issued before the ISDN can be installed properly. 2.
  • Page 42: Figure 2-10 Clock Sync Cable And Sync Cable Connections, Double-cabinet Installation

    Figure 2-10. Clock sync cable and sync cable connections, double-cabinet installation Guide Card Label Guide Card Label Note: The number of analog trunks that can be installed depends on how many ISDN channels are used. 2-24 Slave Cabinet TRK1 TRK2 TRK3 EC1 EC2 EC3 EC4 EC5 EC6 EC7 EC8 EC/TRK SCC CPC AUX1 AUX2 DEC DEC DEC DEC DEC Master Cabinet...
  • Page 43: Chapter 3. Quick-start Programming

    Chapter 3. Quick-Start Programming The ISDN Interface includes many programming options, which allow you to customize how your ISDN is used. In most cases, however, you only need to set a few of the programs to get your ISDN online. This chapter summarizes the programs that are essential to ISDN installation.
  • Page 44 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 45: Before You Begin

    Quick-Start Programming Before You Begin Before you begin programming, you should be familiar with resetting the DBS and performing the “ISDN Data Reset” command. The following paragraphs explain when these two procedures are used. The ISDN Data Reset command. If you are installing ISDN while you are upgrading to a new DBS release, perform the “ISDN Data Reset”...
  • Page 46: Programming Initial Isdn Options

    Programming Initial ISDN Options The following instructions explain the minimum programming required to make the ISDN operational, plus the programming required for DID. Each instruction includes a page number that references the relevant detailed descriptions in Chapter 4. Default settings appear in bold. Minimum Programming Note:Option settings are in parenthesis ( ).
  • Page 47 Quick-Start Programming 4. Assign the sync sources (pages 4-4 to 4-6). Addresses Options Examples 5. Power the system OFF then ON. 6. Specify the number of ISDN channels (page 4-16) per cabinet. Addresses Options Revised April 2000 Programming Initial ISDN Options Sync Source 1: FF1 9# 4# 1# 2# (1-3)# Sync Source 2: FF1 9# 4# 1# 3# (0-3)# Sync Source 3: FF1 9# 4# 1# 4# (0-3)#...
  • Page 48 7. Specify which trunk channels are used for ISDN (page 4-28). Address Options Master Cabinet Setup Note:Refer to “Typical Central Office Configurations” on page 3-10 for setting below options. Default setting are in BOLD. 8. Set up master span: Address Options Address Options...
  • Page 49 Quick-Start Programming Address Options Address Options Address Options Slave Cabinet Set-Up Note:Refer to “Typical Central Office Configurations” on page 3-10 for setting below options. Default setting are In BOLD Special Installation for adding second cabinet. If you are adding a second cabinet (slave) to an existing installation that has a Primary Rate span configured, you must re-enter the configuration settings for the ISDN channels in the Master cabinet.
  • Page 50 Quick-Start Programming Address Options Address Options Address Options Address Options Address Options 10. Program DIDs. Address 11. Power the system OFF then ON. Revised April 2000 Programming Initial ISDN Options FF1 9# 4# 5# 5# 3# (0-2)# NSF 0-None 1-SDN 2-MegaCom FF1 9# 4# 5# 5# 4# (0-3)# ISDN CO Type 0-4ESS...
  • Page 51: Multiple Did Programming

    13. Some ISDN lines provide Automatic Number Identification (ANI). This service is similar to Caller ID by providing the number of the calling party. For DID calls with ANI information provided, determine if ANI data or DID data is displayed on the called telephone.. Address Options 14.
  • Page 52: Typical Central Office Configurations

    Quick-Start Programming Typical Central Office Configurations Note:Unless stated all other default values are correct. Lucent (AT&T) 4ESS CO Type (0) 4ESS NSF- None(0) or MegaCom(2) – Depends on service requested from CO. ISDN international code deduct “011” - Set to (1) Deduct “011” from being sent in Setup message to CO.
  • Page 53: Chapter 4. Programming Reference

    Chapter 4. Programming Reference This chapter describes programming parameters for the ISDN Interface. The descriptions of each parameter include a list of available options and the associated programming address. Default options appear in bold. This chapter is intended for readers who are familiar with DBS programming. For an introduction to DBS programming, see the Programming Guidance Manual, Section 400.
  • Page 54 DBS-EX23-530 Revised April 2000...
  • Page 55: Isdn System Settings

    Programming Reference ISDN System Settings System Size Parameter Description Programming Options T1/ISDN Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 System Configuration Identifies the system size. Note: For changes to this parameter to take effect, the system must be powered down, then back up again. FF1 9# 4# 1# 1# (0-8)# 0=DBS 40 1=DBS 72...
  • Page 56: Clock Settings

    ISDN System Settings Clock Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Sync Source 1 The Sync Card (installed on the CPC-EX) provides a method of syn- chronizing the DBS with the public network. This parameter deter- mines the first clocking source for network synchronization. If the first source fails, the system will switch to the second source.
  • Page 57 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Sync Source 2 Determines the source of clocking for the second sync source. The second sync source is used if the first sync source fails. The system will attempt to switch from the second source back to the first source based on the value entered under “Network Re-sync Timer”...
  • Page 58 ISDN System Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Sync Source 3 Determines the source of clocking for the third sync source. The third sync source is used if both the first and second source fail. The system will attempt to switch from the third source back to the first source based on the value entered under “Network Re-sync Timer”...
  • Page 59: System-wide Timers

    Programming Reference System-Wide Timers Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Network Re-sync Timer If one clock source fails, the system will switch to another clock source. The re-sync timer determines how often the system attempts to return to the original clock source. For example, if the first clock source (1st sync) fails, the system switches to the second source.
  • Page 60 System-Wide Timers Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Ringing Timer (T301) Determines how long the called party will ring before the DBS will disconnect the call. FF1 9# 4# 2# 2# (0-15)# 0-10 0=180 sec. 1=20 sec. 2=40 sec. 3=60 sec.
  • Page 61 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Disconnect Request Timer (AT&T) (T305) Determines the time allocated for the CO to disconnect a call before the DBS disconnects the call. FF1 9# 4# 2# 4# (0-10)# 0-10 0=4 sec.
  • Page 62 System-Wide Timers Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options 4-10 Release Request Timer (T308) Determines the time allocated for the CO to acknowledge a discon- nect/release. FF1 9# 4# 2# 6# (0-10)# 0-10 0=4 sec. 1=1 sec. 2=2 sec. 3=3 sec.
  • Page 63 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Connect Request Timer (T313) Determines the time the DBS waits for the CO to acknowledge that a call has been connected. FF1 9# 4# 2# 8# (0-15)# 0-10 0=4 sec. 1=1 sec. 2=2 sec.
  • Page 64: Digital Pad Settings

    Digital Pad Settings Digital Pad Settings Parameter Digital Pad Settings Description Adjusts the volume of connections made via the ISDN. Default volume levels are included for connections between different types of terminals or circuits. For example, a K-TEL to ISDN connection may use one vol- ume setting, while an SLT-to-ISDN connection may use another.
  • Page 65: Figure 4-2 Default Pad Values

    Programming Reference Options Figure 4-2 shows the default values for the most common ISDN connec- tions. Figure 4-3 lists the adjustments provided by each pad number. Figure 4-2. Default pad values From ISDN #1 ISDN #2 ISDN #1 ISDN #2 K-TEL K-TEL Note: ISDN #1=master...
  • Page 66: Extension Port Settings

    Digital Pad Settings Extension Port Settings Parameter Description Programming Options 4-14 Station Port Class By default, DBS phones are assigned a circuit type, based on whether they are KTELs or SLTs. The circuit type is used with digital pad settings to determine the loss/gain settings for connections to the ISDN.
  • Page 67: Trunk Port Settings

    Programming Reference Trunk Port Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Trunk Port Class By default, DBS trunks are assigned a circuit type, based on whether they are analog or ISDN. The circuit type is used with digital pad settings to determine the loss/gain settings for connections to the ISDN.
  • Page 68: Master And Slave Settings

    Master and Slave Settings Master and Slave Settings Trunk Configuration Parameter Description Programming Options Trunk Signaling Parameter Description Programming Options 4-16 Number of ISDN Channels Determines how many ISDN channels are used. Though each ISDN Interface provides 23 trunk channels, ISDN trunks do not increase the overall trunk capacity of the DBS.
  • Page 69: Alarm Settings

    Programming Reference Alarm Settings Alarm Descriptions ISDN alarms can be reported through LEDs on the ISDN card, an alarm relay on the ISDN MDF card, or FF keys on a key phone. Table 4-1 summarizes the types of alarms that can occur with the ISDN. Table 4-2 summarizes alarm settings for all three types of alarms.
  • Page 70: Programming Reference

    Alarm Settings Loss of The DBS activates a loss of signal alarm when the Signal incoming ISDN signal is not received for more than 150 ms. Note: The LEDs on the ISDN card are normally steadily lit during an alarm condition. However, SLIP alarms cause the SLIP LED to blink rather than light.
  • Page 71 Programming Reference Parameter Address Slip Counter FF1 9# 4# 4# 3# 2# (0-9000)# FF1 9# 4# 5# 3# 2# (0-9000)# Loss of Signal Counter FF1 9# 4# 4# 3# 4# (0-9000)# FF1 9# 4# 5# 3# 4# (0-9000)# Sync Loss Counter FF1 9# 4# 4# 3# 5# (0-9000)# FF1 9# 4# 5# 3# 5# (0-9000)# Sync Loss Relay...
  • Page 72: Alarm Transmission Options

    Alarm Settings Alarm Transmission Options Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Values 4-20 Yellow Alarm Send Determines whether the DBS sends a yellow alarm signal to the Master cabinet: FF1 9# 4# 4# 1# 7# (0-1)# Slave cabinet: FF1 9# 4# 5# 1# 7# (0-1)# 0=No 1=Yes Red Alarm Detection...
  • Page 73: Alarm Timers

    Programming Reference Alarm Timers Parameter Description Programming Options Values Revised April 2000 Red Alarm Recovery Determines how long the DBS tries to recover from a red alarm before it re-syncs the ISDN trunk. Note: For changes to this parameter to take effect, the system must be powered down, then back up again.
  • Page 74: Error Counters For Ff Alarm Keys

    In most cases, the default values for the error counters do not need to be changed. The alarm keys can be assigned to any key telephone. However, the keys will only work on a non-attendant phone that has the programming authorization code (#98 9999) activated.
  • Page 75 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Slip Counter Determines how many slips occur before a Slip FF key is lit. The FF key lights when the counter exceeds the specified number within a 24-hour period. This parameter also determines the number of slips that can occur before the system switches to the next clock source.
  • Page 76 Alarm Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options 4-24 Loss of Signal Counter Determines how many instances of loss of signal occur before a Signal Loss FF key is lit. The FF key lights when the counter exceeds the specified number within a 24-hour period.
  • Page 77: Alarm Relay Controls

    Programming Reference Alarm Relay Controls Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Yellow Alarm Relay Determines whether the system closes the alarm relay on the ISDN MDF card in the event of yellow alarms. The alarm relay can be connected to an external alarm device such as a buzzer.
  • Page 78 Alarm Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options 4-26 Sync Loss Relay Determines whether the system closes the alarm relay on the ISDN MDF card in the event of sync loss alarms. The alarm relay can be connected to an external alarm device such as a buzzer.
  • Page 79 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Relay Reset Determines whether the ISDN alarm relay is cleared (opened) auto- matically or manually. If cleared automatically, the relay is opened approximately one sec- ond after the alarm condition ceases. If cleared manually, the relay can be opened by entering the Alarm Relay Clear code.
  • Page 80: Trunk Settings

    Trunk Settings Trunk Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options 4-28 Trunk Type Determines whether the trunk circuit is an analog loop start, analog ground start, analog DID, T1, CID, or ISDN. Note: For changes to this parameter to take effect, the system must be powered down, then back up again.
  • Page 81 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Parameter Description Programming Parameter Description Programming Note Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Clear ISDN DID Assignments Removes all DID assignments for ISDN. FF1 9# 2# (0/1)# 0 - Do not clear assignments 1 - Clear assignments Inbound ISDN DID Assignment Assigns an extension to each ISDN incoming DID number.
  • Page 82 Trunk Settings Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options 4-30 Auto Progress Setting Specifies whether progress messages are supplied by the DBS to the ISDN span (master or slave cabinet). FF1 9# 4# 4# 5# 2# (0-1)# (master cabinet) FF1 9# 4# 5# 5# 2# (0-1)# (slave cabinet) 0 - Disable 1 - Enable...
  • Page 83 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 ISDN International Dial Code Deduction Specifies if the 011 is sent with an international call or if the 011 is deleted. FF1 9# 4# 4# 5# 5# (0-1)# (master cabinet) FF1 9# 4# 5# 5# 5# (0-1)# (slave cabinet) 0 - Send as is (with 011) 1 - Do not send 011...
  • Page 84 Trunk Settings Parameter Description Programming Options 4-32 ISDN DID Flexible Ringing Assignments This parameter enables or disables ringing for specific ISDN Inbound DID numbers during Day, Night, Delayed Day and Delayed Night modes. FF1 9# 5# (0000-9999)# (100-699)# (000000-111111)# 0=Disable ringing 1=Enable ringing Where the entry position determines the ringing as follows: The default entry is 111000 (day and night ringing enabled,...
  • Page 85 Programming Reference Parameter Description Programming Options Revised April 2000 Multiple DID/DNIS This programming address controls two functions. If only analog trunks are used, a “1” turns on multiple DID num- bering. Multiple DID numbering allows the assignment of one DID number to multiple extensions. If one DID number is assigned to multiple stations, the stations ring simultaneously when the DID number is dialed.
  • Page 86: Extension Settings

    (ANI). This service is similar to Caller ID by providing the number of the calling party. For DID calls with ANI informa- tion provided, this parameter determines if ANI number or DID number is displayed on the called telephone. FF3 (1-144)# 54# (0-1)# 0=DID data on display...
  • Page 87: Ff Key Settings

    24-hour period. The alarm keys can be assigned to any key telephone. However, the keys will only work on a non-attendant phone that has the programming authorization code (#98 9999) activated. With attendant phones, the keys work whether or not the programming authorization code is activated.
  • Page 88: Special Isdn Function Codes

    Special ISDN Function Codes Special ISDN Function Codes The following function codes are used for troubleshooting and maintenance of the ISDN Interface. These codes can be entered remotely by dialing into the DBS and entering the ISDN maintenance mode. To enter the ISDN maintenance mode, type an uppercase “T”...
  • Page 89 Programming Reference Parameter Description Execution Options Parameter Description Execution Options Revised April 2000 Special ISDN Function Codes Remote Loopback This command only applies to a DBS within a private network. The command is entered at one DBS in order to loopback through another DBS.
  • Page 90 Special ISDN Function Codes Parameter Description Execution Options Parameter Description Execution Options Parameter Description Execution Options 4-38 Forced Re-synchronization Re-synchronizes the DBS ISDN with the public network. Notes: 1. Forced re-synchronization disconnects existing calls. 2. Before executing this code, you must first enter the program- ming authorization code (#98 9999).
  • Page 91: New Features

    • Off-Hook Voice Announce/API Enhancement - This feature provides support of the DBS Off-Hook Voice Announce feature via the API. • 44-Series Small LCD Key Telephone Soft Key Support (VB-44XXXX) - This enhancement allows the Small Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) K- TEL to use the softkeys when accessing the Voice Mail application.
  • Page 92: Software Corrections

    Appendix A. CPC-EX 2.3 Feature Update Section 530-ISDN Ref. *Private Password - The private password feature allows a user to enter programming and access to all programming parameters including the system and remote passwords. The private password may always be used to enter the system.
  • Page 93: Port Voice Mail Support Via Api

    The new programming for this enhancement consists of a continuation of the existing programming of the current 8-port API set up. Previously for the 8- port API the telephone type settings (FF3 (ext#)# 2# (telephone type)# ranged from 41-48 for integrated VM. These values have been extended and they now range from 41-56.
  • Page 94: Small Lcd Soft Key Support Via Api

    The OHVA feature via the API has the same feature limitations as listed in the DBS manual. Small LCD Soft Key Support via API Description This enhancement allows the 44-Series Small LCD Key-Telephone (VB- 44XXXX) K-TEL to use the softkeys when accessing the Voice Mail application. Programming No new programming is required.
  • Page 95 Call Record (OHVA) via API Description This feature provides support of the DBS Call Record feature via the API. This API feature addition allows applications that utilize API integration with the DBS to have access to the Call Record feature. Programming No new programming is required.
  • Page 96: Special Features

    Special Features The following features marked with an “*”, UNA Transfer, UNA Call Reversion, Forwarding to UNA for CO Held Calls, All Ring Group, Private Password, Additional RAI Access, and All Ring Group features have been fully tested in our laboratory but not in live Beta trials. These features are to be considered as Beta-level features.
  • Page 97: Una Call Reversion

    Notes • When a call is transferred to UNA, the trunk caller hears the selected hold sound source. • When a call is transferred to UNA, the UNA continues to ring until the call is answered (by dialing 78 or direct trunk access) or the caller hangs up. •...
  • Page 98: Forwarding To Una For Co Held Call

    Operation When the UNA Reversion Timer is set to 0, a call that reverts to the attendant and is not answered, continues to ring at the attendant. It does not revert to UNA. When the UNA Reversion Timer is set to a value other than 0, a call that reverts to the attendant and is not answered within the specified time reverts to UNA.
  • Page 99 Programming No new programming required. However, the Class of Service for the forwarding station must allow Call Forwarding to be Set/Reset for this feature to operate. Operation To set UNA forwarding: 1. At the forwarding extension, go off-hook or press ON/OFF. 2.
  • Page 100: All Ring Group

    CO call to an All Ring Group on a selected input by the caller. Up to four (4) All Ring Groups may be assigned. Up to 16 key telephone members may be in each group. In addition to the 16 key telephone members, the UNA may also be assigned to an All Ring Group.
  • Page 101: Private Password

    • If the DBS is part of a networked system, the All Ring Group members must be extensions on the local node. • Only one call at a time may ring at a key telephone if non-appearing (lights the EXT LED).
  • Page 102 • If you are at an attendant key telephone when entering programming, you must first enter #98 followed by the 4-digit private password before entering programming (see below). Otherwise, the private password is not accessible.
  • Page 103 #99xxxx (where xxxx = the site's private password) 5. After the DBS responds, type P and then press Enter. 6. Follow the directions on the screen to access the desired program. (See “Terminal Programming Commands.”) Terminal Programming Through DISA Note: The DBS must be equipped with an MFR card and an RAI card to allow terminal programming using this method.
  • Page 104: Additional Rai Access Method

    Terminal Programming Through Additional RAI Access Method (See “Additional RAI Access Method”.) Terminal Programming Commands Use the following commands to navigate terminal programming: Command ~Ctrl-Z *Additional RAI Access Method Description In addition to the existing RAI access method, a new RAI access method has been added.
  • Page 105 Note: The following procedure has the attendant manually transfer a call to the RAI. 1. Start your PC terminal program. 2. With a telephone connected to the modem, manually dial into the DBS through a normal trunk. 3. When the attendant answers, ask the attendant to dial #97**** to transfer your call to the RAI modem.
  • Page 106: Isdn Programming Flexibility

    6. When Password> is displayed, type the 4-digit remote or private password. 7. After the DBS responds with REMT>, type P and then press Enter. 8. Follow the directions on the screen to access the desired program. (See “Terminal Programming Commands”.) ISDN Programming Flexibility Description The previous versions did not allow the programming flexibility to...
  • Page 107 3. Perform ISDN reset function: Note: DID settings are not maintained after reset function. 4. Set system configuration: 5. Set the clock synchronization sources: Sync Source 1: Sync Source 2: Sync Source 3: 6. Cycle the unit's power switch. 7. Configure number of “B” channels per cabinet: Master: Slave: 8.
  • Page 108 Appendix A. CPC-EX 2.3 Feature Update Section 530-ISDN Ref. 1-Private (0-1) Auto Progress 0-Disable 1-Enable (0-2) 0-None 1-SDN 2-MegaCom (0-3) ISDN CO Type 0-4ESS 1-5ESS 2- Reserved 3- DMS100 (0-1) ISDN International Dial Code Deduction 0-Send as is 1-Deduct 0 1 1 from the code: (0-1) ISDN Long Distance Code 0-Send as is...
  • Page 109 Slave Cabinet Set-Up Refer to “Typical Central Office Configurations” for setting the following options. Default settings are bold. Note: Observe the following Special Installation Note when adding a second cabinet: If you are adding a second cabinet (slave) to an existing installation that has a Primary Rate span configured, you must re-database the number of ISDN channels in the Master cabinet.
  • Page 110 Appendix A. CPC-EX 2.3 Feature Update Section 530-ISDN Ref. (0-1) ISDN Long Distance Code Deduction 0-Send as is 1-Deduct 1 from the code (0-1) ISDN Type and Plan Option 0-Determine Type and Plan 1-Type and Plan always set to Unknown/Unknown Reprogram the DIDs: (1-64) (0000-9999)
  • Page 111 CO Type (3) DMS100 (This is the default setting.) The ISDN PRI provides a flexible method of providing access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Because of the many ways that the CO can configure an ISDN span, it is essential that the DBS configuration and the provisioning of the CO are compatible.
  • Page 112 Typical Info for CO Long distance Carrier InterLATA (PIC) Long distance Carrier (IntraLATA) (LPIC) Request date of installation Facility type Facility quantity NOTE: The following items must be provided on a per span basis. Signaling code Line coding Framing Format Bearer configuration Quantity of B (bearer) channels...
  • Page 113 Typical Info for CO Source of Calling Party Number Service Options Note: If two spans are implemented, each span has a separate D channel (D channel sharing is NOT permitted). DBS-2.3-400 Comments (examples) The CO must source the Calling Party Number. ANI - Automatic Numbering Indication Hunt group - MegaCom -only for 4ESS operation...
  • Page 114: Affected Items

    CPC-EX Version 2.3.2 This section contains the CPC-EX Version 2.32 updates for the Panasonic DBS Digital Business System. It provides a description of each of the changes made to the Panasonic DBS Digital Business System software and hardware included in the system. Affected Items The following hardware and software is affected: VB-43415 with CPC-EX/BPU...
  • Page 115 Section 530-ISDN Ref. Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) not Printing Long Distance Calls Previously if FF1 2# 2# 7# was set for long distance only, when a long distance call was placed, it was not recorded by SMDR. SMDR now correctly prints out long distance calls.
  • Page 116 Section 530-ISDN Ref. Programming Considerations None System Speed Bins 257- 500 Unavailable Previously, if a System Speed Dial (SSD) number of 257 or greater was used, System Speed Dial numbers 001 through 256 were reprogrammed. System Speed Dial Bins 257 - 500 are now available. Programming Considerations None DBS-2.3-400...
  • Page 117 AIS alarm 4-17 definition 4-26 relay 4-37 transmission from the DBS Alarm indication signal (see AIS) 4-38 Alarm relay clear Alarm relays 4-26 4-38 alarm relay clear 4-26 frame loss 4-25 red alarms 4-27 relay reset 4-26 sync loss 4-25 yellow alarms 4-17 Alarm summary...
  • Page 118 4-16 Manual failure mode Master and slave settings 4-16 number of ISDN channels 4-16 trunk configuration 1-8, 2-17 MDF card Multiple DID Programming 4-7, 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 4-11 Network re-sync timer 4-16 Number of ISDN channels Ordering ISDN services 4-14, 4-15 Port class Red alarm 4-23...

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