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  • Page 1

    Combined Systems Programming Manual DCS Compact DCS Compact II DCS-816 DCS-408 DCS-408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OfficeServ500...

  • Page 2

    Publication Information Samsung Business Communications reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. Samsung Business Communications also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufac- turing may warrant.

  • Page 3

    259 Gongdan-Dong, Gumi-City Kyungbuk, Korea, 730-030 (factory name, address) declare under our sole responsibility that the product Digital Keyphone System "DCS" to which this declaration relates is in conformity with RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC ( Annex II ) Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC...

  • Page 4

    259 Gongdan-Dong, Gumi-City Kyungbuk, Korea, 730-030 (factory name, address) declare under our sole responsibility that the product Digital Keyphone System "DCS Compact II" to which this declaration relates is in conformity with RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC ( Annex II ) Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC...

  • Page 5

    2001-03-31 ..........................(place and date of issue) (name and signature of authorized person) (Representative in the EU) Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab. Blackbushe Business Park Saxony Way, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6GG, UK In-Seop Lee / Manager IS Lee 2001-04-03 ..........

  • Page 6

    259 Gongdan-Dong, Gumi-City Kyungbuk, Korea, 730-030 (factory name, address) declare under our sole responsibility that the product Digital Keyphone System "DCS-408" to which this declaration relates is in conformity with RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC ( Annex II ) Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC:93/68/EEC...

  • Page 7

    259 Gongdan-Dong, Gumi-City Kyungbuk, Korea, 730-030 (factory name, address) declare under our sole responsibility that the product Digital Keyphone System "DCS- 408i" to which this declaration relates is in conformity with RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC ( Annex II ) Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC:93/68/EEC...

  • Page 8

    2004-12-04 ..........................(place and date of issue) (name and signature of authorized person) (Representative in the EU) Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab. Blackbushe Business Park Saxony Way, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6GG, UK Peter Park / Manager Peter Park 2004-12-04 ..........

  • Page 9

    Tae-eok Jang / General Manager ..........................(place and date of issue) (name and signature of authorized person) (Representative in the EU) Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab. Blackbushe Business Park Saxony Way, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6GG, UK IS Lee 2003-05-18 In-Seop Lee / Manager ..........

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    1.6.1 Precautions When Programming ........... 1–6 1.6.2 Opening System or Customer Level Programming......1–7 1.6.3 Opening Station Level Programming ..........1–7 1.6.4 Programming DCS-408 and 408i Systems ........1–7 Program (MMC) List and Default Data .....2–1 Program (MMC) List..............2–1 Default Data (UK).................

  • Page 11: Introduction To Programming

    Part 2. 1.2 Systems Covered in this Manual This manual describes the MMC programming required for the Samsung telephone sys- tems listed in the following table. The table includes the name by which each system is referred to in this manual (to avoid using the full name each time), and any other relevant details.

  • Page 12: Programming Overview

    The different system types are discussed fully in the separate Samsung General De- scription manuals for each system, where these have been published. Tenant Programming OS500, iDCS500 and DCS (excluding CI) systems support two “tenants” which can be separately programmed with different customer data. All other systems support a single tenant only.

  • Page 13: System Level

    Accessible MMCs at this level are nos. 100–125. 1.5 Keysets Used for Programming Programming may be done from any Samsung 5000 Series keyset, DCS (Euro) keyset with an LCD, or iDCS Series keyset with an LCD. Two examples are shown below.

  • Page 14: Soft Keys

    (* Note: Large LCD, 5012L, phones display soft keys on the LCD.) 1.5.2 Other Keys The following keys perform special functions during programming: DCS Euro & iDCS 5000 Series Function Series Keysets...

  • Page 15

    DS- & ITP-5012L (large LCD) keysets Call 1 Call 2 display the relevant keys A–F on the LCD (#1) (#2) (#3) (#4) (#5) (#6) DCS (Euro) Keysets 12B KEYSET 24B KEYSET 6B KEYSET (#1) (#13) (#1) iDCS Series Keysets 28D KEYSET 18D KEYSET...

  • Page 16: Programming Procedures

    SAMSUNG INTRODUCTION COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MPORTANT When installing and programming a ‘default’ system for the first time You should select the correct software version for your country (e.g. “UK”) before you can do any other programming via either a keyphone (KMMC programming) or a PC (PCMMC programming).

  • Page 17: Opening System Or Customer Level Programming

    2. Enter the MMC program number. You can use the MMCs described in this manual as a guide, although it is advisable to refer to the Samsung keyset or phone user guide provided with your keyset/phone to program it correctly.

  • Page 18: Program (mmc) List And Default Data

    MPD/PRS SIGNAL 211: DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT 415: REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA 212: ALARM RINGING STATION 416: ASSIGN AC15 TRANSLATION (DCS, CII) 213: ALARM MESSAGE ASSIGN E&M DID RINGDOWN (iDCS, OS500) 214: DISA ALARM RINGING STATION 417: E1/PRI CRC4 OPTION 215:...

  • Page 19

    SAMSUNG MMC LIST COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 434: CONNECTION STATUS SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING 436: TRUNK TMC GAIN (OS500) STATION KEY PROGRAMMING 500: SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS 723: SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING 501: SYSTEM-WIDE TIMERS 724: DIAL NUMBERING PLAN 502: STATION-WIDE TIMERS...

  • Page 20

    SAMSUNG MMC LIST COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 820: ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID 841: SYSTEM IP OPTIONS (OS500) 821: ASSIGN NETWORKING TRUNK 845: WLI PARAMETER (OS500) 822: VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE (OS500) 846: WIP INFORMATION (OS500) 823: ASSIGN NETWORKING COS...

  • Page 21: Default Data (uk)

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 2.2 Default Data (UK) Station Programs NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 100: STATION LOCK ALL STATIONS UNLOCKED CHANGE USER 101: ALL STATION PASSCODES=1234 PASSCODE 102: CALL FORWARD ALL STATION=0 (FWD CANCEL) ALL KEYSETS ‘RING’...

  • Page 22

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Station Programs (Contd) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT ALARM AND 116: ALARMS SET TO NOTSET MESSAGE 117: TEXT MESSAGE NONE 118: CONFERENCE GROUP NONE 119: CLIP DISPLAY NUMBER FIRST IDLE DISP=CALENDAR DS KEY DSP=TEL NO.

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT DISABLE (CLOSED) OPEN CUSTOMER 200: PROGRAMMING PASSCODE=1234 CHANGE CUSTOMER 201: PASSCODE =1234 PASSCODE CHANGE FEATURE SEE MMC 202 202: PASSCODES 203: ASSIGN UA DEVICE...

  • Page 24

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT COMMON RELAY 219: EXTERNAL PAGE SERVICE TYPE 220: ISDN SERVICE TYPE VOICE 221: EXTENSION TYPE NORMAL STATION 222: FAX PAIR NONE...

  • Page 25

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 314: CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL NONE 315: SET RELOCATION NONE 316: COPY STATION USABLE NONE ASSIGN STATION / STATION 317: DIAL=YES 318:...

  • Page 26

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 412: ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL IMMEDIATE START 413: VMS CALL TYPE AP/AT/VM=NO, AA=YES 414: MPD/PRS SIGNAL NONE REPORT TRUNK 415: REPORT=YES ABANDON DATA...

  • Page 27

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT MAKE/BREAK = 33 504: PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO PULSES PER SECOND = 10 FOLLOWS S/W VERSION RE- 505: ASSIGN DATE AND TIME...

  • Page 28

    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 611: TEXT MESSAGE STATION NOT USED GROUP CONFERENCE 612: NOT USED STATION 614: USE GROUP 615: MGI GROUP NONE 616: MGI USER...

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT PROGRAMMED 715: 10 PRE-PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE 716: UK LCR OPTIONS SEE MMC 716 UCD AGENT ID NONE 717: or PIN CODE...

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT AUTH CODE: FFFF 737: DECT SYSTEM CODE SYSTEM ID: 000 DECT CLEAR 738: FORCED MODE REGISTRATION 739: BSI DOWNLOAD NONE 740:...

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 762: ROOM COST RATE ALL RATES=100% ENABLE TECHNICIAN 800: DISABLE (CLOSED) PROGRAM CHANGE TECHNICIAN 801: DEFAULT PASSCODE = 4321 PASSCODE CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC...

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT 823: ASSIGN NETWORKING COS SEE MMC 823 NETWORK DIAL 824: NONE TRANSLATION ASSIGN NETWORKING 825: SEE MMC 825 OPTIONS ASSIGN SYSTEM CLOCK...

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    SAMSUNG DEFAULT DATA (UK) COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 System Programs (Cont’d) NAME 408i iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 DEFAULT ALARM BUFFER 851: ALARM REPORT OVERWRITTEN 852: ASSIGN SYSTEM ALARMS ALL ALARMS OFF 853: MAINTENANCE BUSY ALL IDLE 854: DIAGNOSTIC TIME...

  • Page 34: System Configuration: Quick Reference

    SAMSUNG SYSTEM CONFIGURATION:QUICK REFERENCE COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 2.3 System Configuration: Quick Reference Description Compact I Compact II 408/408i iDCS500 * iDCS100 OS500 * AA card port numbers 3951–8 3951–6 381–6 381–4 3951–8 381–6 3951–8 AA Translation Tables max.

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    SAMSUNG SYSTEM CONFIGURATION:QUICK REFERENCE COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 2.3 System Configuration: Quick Reference (cont’d) Description Compact I Compact II 408/408i iDCS500 * iDCS100 OS500 * Page zones (no. of external) Pickup Groups (number of) bus ports (number of)

  • Page 36

    5000–5xxx. Misc 2 card=381–4, AA card=381–6, both cards installed=381–90 UCD Group can be created from any Station Group 501–529 (CI) or last 10 Station Groups 520–529 (DCS) UCD Group can only be created from last 10 Station Groups 510–519 UCD Group can only be created from last three Station Groups 507–509...

  • Page 37

    If you are programming your own key- set at Station level, the procedure may be different and you should also refer to your Samsung Keyset User Guide for more information. Always remember that the displays shown for each MMC in this manual are provided as examples, and should be used for guidance only.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 100 STATION LOCK FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Locks or unlocks an individual station or all stations simultaneously. The options are: UNLOCKED Unlocks a locked station (all actions allowed) LOCKED OUT Prevents the station from accessing a C.O.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 101 CHANGE USER PASSCODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Resets keyset passcodes to their default value of “1234.” (This MMC cannot display station passcodes.) The passcode is used to lock or unlock the keyset for toll restriction (call barring) override and to access the DISA feature.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 102 CALL FORWARD FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets call forward destinations for station users. Also allows call forwarding to be set after the destination has been entered. The system allows a number of call forwarding options, depending on your system:...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Dial 1 for YES, or 0 for NO to set if the option [205] FORWARD is to be made currently active (if YES, the option CURENTLY SET :YES is immediately made active)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 103 SET ANSWER MODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Changes the answer mode of any keyset. Each keyset can have its answer mode set to one of the following: 0. RING: The keyset will ring in one of eight custom ring patterns. Calls are answered by pressing the ANS/RLS or SEND key or by lifting the handset.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 104 STATION NAME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Enters a name, up to 11 characters, to identify an individual keyset. The name will display in the keyset’s LCD. Names are written using the keypad. Each key press moves the cursor and enters the selected character.* For example, if the name is “SAM SMITH”, press the number “7”...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 105 STATION SPEED DIAL FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Programs personal speed dial numbers for stations. This may be particularly useful for single line telephones which are more difficult to program by the station user.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Press the “F” key to access MMC 106, Station Speed Dial Name, to enter a name Press the LEFT soft key to return to step 3 (and enter new speed dial no)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 106 STATION SPEED DIAL NAME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered for each personal speed dial location. This name enables the speed dial number to be located when the directory dial feature is used.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 105 Station Speed Dial MMC 606 Assign Speed Block MMC 106 (Page 2 of 2)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 107 KEY EXTENDER FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Views programmed key assignments and assigns extenders to program- mable keys on keysets. (Extenders may also be entered in MMC 722 MMC 723 when programming key assignments.)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FUNCTION EXTENDER 408/408i iDCS OS500 Absence Station number ACC or Account Code 000–999 000–999 ACCT (iDCS500 only) BOSS Boss and Secretary 1–4 1–4 1–4 1–2 1–4 1–4 Call Record (Voice Mail)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FUNCTION EXTENDER 408/408i iDCS OS500 UCD Supervisor UCD group number UCD group number Speed Dial: Personal 00–49, 00–49 00–49 00–49 00–49 System 500–999 500–799 500–699 500–999 500–999 or 050–999 VM group message...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 108 STATION STATUS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Displays the attributes (status) of a station. Use the VOLUME keys to scroll through the status displays for your system in the sequence shown in the table.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 108 [201] STN STATUS Display shows first station (e.g. for Compact II) PORT NO:BASE01 2. Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] STN STATUS PORT NO:EX1-01...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 109 DATE DISPLAY FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects the date and time display mode on a per-keyset basis or system-wide. COUNTRY Sets overall display format and has two options: 0 = ORIENTAL...

  • Page 54

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 110 STATION ON/OFF FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets the following keyset features on/off. AUTO HOLD Automatically places an existing C.O. call on hold if a CALL key, trunk key or trunk route key is pressed during that call.

  • Page 55

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 NOT CONT.CID When ON, the keyset displays the call timer for the duration of an incoming trunk call (if AUTO TIMER is ON). When OFF, the CLIP number for a call is displayed for the duration of the call.

  • Page 56

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: AUTO HOLD AME BGM AUTO TIMER AME PSWD/CODE HEADSET USE DISP SPDNAME HOT KEYPAD CID REVW ALL KEY TONE SECURE OHVA PAGE REJOIN NOT CONT.CID RING PREF AUTO ANS CO...

  • Page 57

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 111 KEYSET RING TONE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects the ring tone heard at each keyset. There are eight (1–8) ring tones available. A short tone burst of the selection will be heard when a key is pressed.

  • Page 58

    Purpose: Sets or changes the alarm clock/appointment reminder feature for any station. A number of alarms may be set for each station: three (1–3) for DCS, iDCS and OS500 systems, or two (1–2) for Compact II, 816 and 408/408i systems. Each alarm may be de- fined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, or as a DAILY alarm, or NOTSET as described be- low.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 113 VIEW MEMO NUMBER FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Enters memos on stations. Up to three memos can be entered, depending on your system. MMC 116 (Alarm and Message) can be programmed to remind the keyset user to read the memo(s).

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 114 STATION VOLUME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets volume levels for keysets. RING VOLUME Set a level for ring volume. There are eight volume levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 8 the highest.

  • Page 61

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: Ring Volume Off-Hook Ring Volume Handset Volume Speaker Volume BGM Volume Page Volume Related Items: MMC 111 Keyset Ring Tone MMC 114 (Page 2 of 2)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 115 SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets or cancels a programmed message at individual or all keysets. There are up to 20 or 30 programmed messages available (01–20 or 01–30) depending on the system you are using.

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    Purpose: Sets or changes the alarm clock/appointment reminder feature for individual or all keysets. For DCS, iDCS and OS500 systems, three alarms (1–3) can be set for each station. For other systems, two alarms (1–2) can be set. Each alarm may be defined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, as a DAILY alarm, or NOTSET as described below.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Enter alarm time in 24-hour clock format [205] ALM REM(2) (e.g., 1300 for 1pm) HHMM:1300 NOTSET 5. Dial valid entry from above list for alarm type (e.g. [205] ALM REM(2)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 117 TEXT MESSAGE FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows emergency text messages of up to 16 characters to be entered or changed. Only stations allowed to use text messages in MMC 611 can be selected here.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 118 CONFERENCE GROUP FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets conference groups for stations. Only stations set to use conference groups in MMC 612 can be selected here. A station is allowed up to five conference groups.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5(b) To enter a member number (e.g. MBR1), use the [205] GRP(1)MBR1 dial keypad and include an access code for 9-123456789 external numbers (the hyphen is entered automati- cally) Press RIGHT soft key 6.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 119 CLIP DISPLAY FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Changes the order in which CLIP information is displayed on a keyset LCD. CLIP display options are: NO DISPLAY No CLIP data is displayed.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 120 LARGE OPTION FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets option selections for large LCD phones (ITP/DS-5012L). Option Selection 0 IDLE DISP Display CALENDAR or INFORMATION when phone is in idle state 1 DS KEY DSP...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data : IDLE DISP=CALENDAR DS KEY DSP=TEL NUMBER DIAL MODE=ENBLOCK CONV DISP= SOFT MENU FIRST Related Items: MMC 719 Idle Display MMC 120 (Page 2 of 2)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 121 KEYSET LANGUAGE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns an LCD display based on a keyset user’s own language. Options in- clude some or all of the following, depending on your system:...

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    723. Values are set between 0300 mS (fastest speed) and 1 second (lowest speed). Note: INFDSP refers to the information display associated with the EasySet and Easylink applica- tions available from Samsung. Contact your dealer for more details. ACTION DISPLAY 1.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 125 EXECUTIVE STATE FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets the ‘state’ of an executive (boss) station for display to calling stations. The state of the executive station can be displayed when working with the Easyset appli- cation (see your dealer for more information).

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 125 [201] EXEC STATE Display shows IN THE ROOM 2. Dial keyset number (e.g. 205) [205] EXEC STATE IN THE ROOM Press VOLUME keys to select keyset and press RIGHT soft key 3.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 200 OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Opens (enables) or closes (disables) customer-level programming. If programming is not opened and an attempt is made to access a customer-level MMC, the error message [NOT PERMIT] will be displayed.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 201 CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Changes the passcode which allows access to MMC 200, Open Customer Programming, from its current value. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 201 CUST.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 202 CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Changes the passcode for the following features. RING PLAN (iDCS & OS500 only) DECT (BSI) REGISTER DAY/NIGHT (not iDCS or OS500) DELETE (‘Delete’...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 203 ASSIGN UA DEVICE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns the ringing device to be accessed when a Universal Answer (UA) key is pressed or the UA pickup code is dialled. UA assignment for a group is made in 601, Assign Station Group, and then the group is entered here.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 204 COMMON BELL CONTROL FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Determines whether the common bell relay contacts have an interrupted or continuous closure when activated. If interrupted is chosen, the relay follows an internal ring pattern of one second closed followed by three seconds open.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 205 ASSIGN LOUD BELL FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Designates the station that controls the loud bell ring output. This output de- pends on your system, as follows. Trunk A card. Each Trunk A card has one loud bell output; these outputs are given a Directory Number of 3901–3920 as a default...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 206 BARGE-IN TYPE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: The Barge-In feature allows selected keysets to intrude on other stations which are not set as secure from barge in. This MMC sets the type of barge-in that is permitted.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 207 ASSIGN VM/AA PORT FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Enables SLI ports to be designated as NORMAL or VMAA. VMAA ports receive digits designated in MMC 726, VM/AA Options, and also receive a true disconnect signal upon completion of a call.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 208 ASSIGN RING TYPE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows programming of SLTs to have ICM ringing, C.O. ringing and data se- cure. With the many types of external ringing devices, all configurations can be met. DATA RING also has a positive disconnect signal.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 209 ASSIGN ADD-ON MODULE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Designates to which keyset an add-on module (AOM) is assigned. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 209 [301] AOM MASTER...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 210 CUSTOMER ON/OFF FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets system features on or off. Not all features are available on all systems (refer to the table over the page: “ means a feature is available on that system).

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAM COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 SYSTEM FEATURE DESCRIPTION DCS / CII 408/408i OS500 iDCS DISA PSWD Determines whether outside customers are required to enter DISA pass- code (Yes=ON, No=OFF). LCR ENABLE Enables LCR feature in the system.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAM COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FEATURE DESCRIPTION DCS/CII 408/408i iDCS OS500 RECALL PIKUP When ON, a call recalling to a station can be picked up using Direct Station Pickup, Group Pickup and My Group Pickup features. This applies to held calls and transferred calls recalling to a station.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAM COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FEATURE DESCRIPTION DCS / CII 408/408i iDCS OS500 INCLUDE VAT When ON, an “Inclusive VAT of” line is printed on Hotel invoices (Hotel appli- cation). DSS KEY DPU When ON, pressing a DSS key will pick up a call at the ringing station.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAM COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FEATURE DESCRIPTION DCS / CII 408/408i iDCS OS500 REDIAL REVW If ON, when the Redial or LNR key is pressed, keyset users can review previ- ously dialled numbers in the display and select numbers to redial.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 211 DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Designates which devices will ring when a door phone button is pressed. Op- tions can be selected for ring plans (1–6) on iDCS and OS500 systems, or for day and night mode on other systems.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 211 [201] DOOR RING Display shows first door phone 1:500 2:500 (If there is no door phone interface module, you see “DOOR NOT EXIST”)

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    (default 8765). For DCS and CII systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 212 [3501]ALARM RING Display shows first sensor (e.g.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS100 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 212 [352]ALARM RING Display shows first sensor 1:500 2:500 2. Dial sensor number (e.g., 352) [352]ALARM RING 1:500 2:500 Press VOLUME keys to scroll through sensor...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 213 ALARM MESSAGE FOR: iDCS100 Purpose: Assigns a name to an alarm sensor. Names are written using the dial keypad. Each press of a key selects a character and moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the sensor name is “FIRE,”...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 214 DISA ALARM RINGING STATION FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns the ringing destination for the DISA alarm. It is recommended that the person who can clear the alarm also receives the notification. Valid destinations for day and night mode, or for each ring plan, are stations and station groups.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 214 DISA ALARM RING Display shows 1:500 2:500 2. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor DISA ALARM RING Enter destination for ring plan 1 (e.g., 212)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 215 VOICE DIALLER OPTIONS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns the VDIAL card with two (2) channels and seven (7) users or one (1) channel and five (5) users. When changing channel size, you will be prompted to ‘clear RAM’.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 216 VOICE DIALLER ASSIGNMENTS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows a station to be assigned to a channel of the VDIAL card, to dial a per- sonal speed dial number. The number of users assigned to this feature is controlled by...

  • Page 99

    “BEGINNING:” and the date and time printed as “ENDING:”. (For a sam- ple report, refer to the Samsung General Description manual for your system.) Note: If there are no trunks in a group, the trunk group report for that group will not print.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 217 TRAFFIC REPORT Display shows MANUAL PRINTOUT 2. Press VOLUME keys to select MANUAL or AUTO TRAFFIC REPORT and press RIGHT soft key AUTO PRINT OPT 3.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 217 CCC OPTION FOR: CI only For iDCS and OS500 ‘Traffic Report Printout’, see 217, above Purpose: (This MMC is related to 131 Cable & Wireless service.) Used to select Call Cost Option.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 219 COMMON RELAY SERVICE TYPE FOR: 408i iDCS100 Purpose: Defines the function of the common relays. The three common relays in the Misc card (363–365) Compact II and iDCS100: 816:...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 220 ISDN SERVICE TYPE FOR: 408i OS500 iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Assigns the ISDN service type for SLT stations. Services consist of BC (Bearer Capability) and HLC (High Layer Capability). DIAL...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 221 EXTENSION TYPE FOR: OS500 Hotel application only iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Defines stations for a specific use. Each station can be designated as one of the six types listed below. These types can be changed by dialling the type number (0–5) or by scrolling through the types and pressing the right soft key to select the type de- sired.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Press Transfer / TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: NORMAL STATION Related Items: MMC 207 Assign VM/AA Port MMC 222 Fax Pair...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 222 FAX PAIR FOR: OS500 Hotel application only iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Enables a guest room to have a normal phone line and fax line simultaneously. Only a Guest No Smoking Room or Guest Smoking Room can be assigned a fax pair station which is already assigned as a fax station in 221.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 224 WAKE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR: OS500 Hotel application only iDCS500 Purpose: Designed to enhance the Wake-Up (alarm) feature. The feature requires that an Automated Attendant (AA) card be installed in the system if a wake-up message is to be programmed.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor WAKE-UP ANNOUNCE Enter Group Busy source (e.g. TONE) GROUP BUSY :TONE Press VOLUME keys to select and press RIGHT soft key 5. Press Transfer / TRSF to store and exit...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 300 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows the following features to be set on or off for all or individual stations. (Some may not be available on your system.)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 300 [201] CUS.ON/OFF Display shows ACCESS DIAL :ON 2. Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] CUS.ON/OFF ACCESS DIAL :ON Press VOLUME keys to select station and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor [ALL] CUS.ON/OFF...

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    MMC 701, Assign COS Contents: 30 (01–30) for DCS, Compact II, iDCS and OS500 systems; 10 (01–10) for 816 systems; 4 (1–4) for 408/408i systems. For iDCS and OS500 systems, a COS can be assigned to any or all of the six ring plans...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Enter night class of service (e.g., 05) [205] STN COS DAY:05 NIGHT:05 Press VOLUME keys to scroll through classes of service and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2...

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    PICKUP GROUPS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns stations into call pickup groups. Maximum number of pickup groups DCS / CII / iDCS100: 816: 408/408i: iDCS500 / OS500: An unlimited number of members can belong to each group. Stations can only be in one pickup group at any given time.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 303 ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns BOSS stations to SECRETARY stations. One BOSS station can have up to four SECRETARY stations, and one SECRETARY station can have up to four BOSS stations.* A dedicated BOSS key must be programmed on the SECRETARY...

  • Page 115

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 304 ASSIGN STATION /TRUNK USE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: You can select which stations are allowed to make calls through C.O. lines or to answer calls for C.O. lines. When Dial=Yes is set, the stations in the selected station use group can make calls on trunks in the selected trunk use group.

  • Page 116

    Codes can include digits 0–9. If unverified, the entered code is not checked against the system table. Codes can include digits 0–9, and #. FEATURE KEYS DIAL DCS / CII / 816 / 408 / 408i iDCS & OS500 NONE NONE AUTHORIZE CODE...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 306 HOT LINE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows a station to make an automatic internal or external call to a predeter- mined number when the handset is lifted, on the expiration of a timer*. The number can be a maximum of 18 digits including pauses, flash etc., in the dial string (the access code...

  • Page 118

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 308 ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns a background music (BGM) source to keysets. At least one Trunk A card must be installed. 19 music selections are possible, de- pending on the number of Trunk A cards.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 308 [201] BGM SOURCE Display shows current setting BGM SOURCE:NONE 2. Dial keyset number (e.g., 205) [205] BGM SOURCE BGM SOURCE:NONE Press VOLUME keys to scroll through keyset...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 309 ASSIGN STATION MUSIC ON HOLD FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects which Music-On-Hold (MOH) source can be heard on each station. There are four possible selections: TONE, NONE, internal music, and external music (from a customer-provided music source).

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 309 [201] STN MOH Display shows current setting MOH SOURCE:NONE 2. Dial keyset number (e.g., 205) [205] STN MOH MOH SOURCE:NONE Press VOLUME keys to scroll through keyset...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 310 LCR CLASS OF SERVICE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns the LCR class of service allowed for a station. 408/408i: One of four classes (1–4) can be assigned All other systems: One of eight classes (1–8) can be assigned...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 311 ASSIGN SIM PARAMETER FOR: DCS only Purpose: Assigns and sets parameters for the serial interface module (SIM). Refer to Tables 1–12, below. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 311...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 TABLE 2. SIM TYPE TABLE 8. PROTOCOL HOST V110 MODEM V120 TABLE 3. CALL MODE TABLE 9. SPEED TABLE MANUAL AUTO WITH AUTO WITHOUT 1200 2400 4800 TABLE 4. ANS MODE...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 312 ALLOW CLIP FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Defines whether keysets will: allow or prevent receipt of CLIP information; request or restrict sending of CLIP information. Each station can have the following options: SND: YES - request that Caller ID be sent when outgoing call is made.

  • Page 126

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Dial 0 (NO) or 1 (YES) to select SND option (e.g. 1) [205] ALLOW CLIP RCV:YES SND:YES Press VOLUME keys to select option and press RIGHT soft key For all systems except iDCS & OS500 – If you...

  • Page 127

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 313 ASSIGN PIN CODE FOR: CI only Purpose: (This MMC is related to 131 Cable & Wireless service.) Assigns individual users to PIN codes in the system. For Cable & Wireless 131 service there is a maximum of four PIN codes allocated in the system, so users must be as- signed to the PIN code used when dialling out on a Cable &...

  • Page 128

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 314 CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows outgoing call restriction for all or individual stations. Calls can be dis- connected or a confirmation tone sounded at a programmed time (refer to the CO Con- firm timer in MMC 501).

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    You can exchange an iDCS 18D for an iDCS 28D keyset, and vice versa. • You can exchange a DCS 48B AOM for an iDCS 64B or DS-5064B AOM, and vice versa. Refer to the table, below, to determine which devices can be exchanged. Attempting to exchange incompatible devices will result in an error message display (“INVALID...

  • Page 130

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Exchange EURO EURO EURO iDCS iDCS iDCS 5012L 5014D 5021D 5007S 5014S 5038S Phone* Allowed Table EURO 6B EURO 12B EURO 24B 48B AOM 64B AOM iDCS 28D iDCS 18D iDCS 8D...

  • Page 131

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 315 SET RELOCATION Display shows 2. Dial the original station number (e.g. 205) SET RELOCATION EXT205 EXT_ Press VOLUME keys to select station and press RIGHT soft key 3.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 316 COPY STATION USABLE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Copies station/trunk assignments set in MMCs 304 from one station (source) to another (destination). Individual or all stations can be selected as the destina- tion.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 317 ASSIGN STATION / STATION USE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Determines whether stations in a station use group can dial stations in other station use groups. Options are YES or NO. This will also affect pick up, forward, barge- in and DISA features.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 318 DISTINCTIVE RING FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Sets a distinctive ring for stations when calling other stations or for trunks call- ing stations. You can set the tone (T) for keysets to one of eight ring values (1-8), or the cadence (C) of SLTs to one of five ring values (1–5).

  • Page 135

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data : T: F-STN C: F-STN Related Items: None MMC 318 (Page 2 of 2)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 319 BRANCH GROUP Not Used in the UK / EU MMC 319 (Page 1 of 1)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 320 PRESET FORWARD NO ANSWER FOR: OS500 iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Assigns a default destination for Forward No Answer (FNA) to each station on the system. These destinations may be different for each station or they may be the same.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 321 KEYSET TYPE FOR: iDCS500 (‘L’ version only) Purpose: Assigns each display keyset as DISPLAY or NON-DISPLAY. In order to be able to use the Text Messaging feature, a display keyset must be programmed as a DISPLAY keyset.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 323 SEND CLIP NUMBER FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows a number (16-digit maximum) to be entered and associated with a station number on a per-PRI/BRI basis. When this station makes an outgoing call, the number en- tered will be the CLIP number sent.

  • Page 140

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 400 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns the following options on a per-trunk basis. Some options may not be available on your system. OPTIONS 1A2 EMULATE* Trunk override call (NO PRIVACY)

  • Page 141

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Dial 1 for ON or 0 for OFF [704] TRK ON/OFF TRK FORWARD: OFF Press VOLUME keys to select ON/OFF and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 5.

  • Page 142

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 401 C.O. / PBX LINE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects the mode of the C.O. line. If PBX mode is chosen, this allows PBX access codes to be recognised, thus allowing more complete toll restriction (call barring).

  • Page 143

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 402 TRUNK DIAL TYPE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Determines the dialling type of each C.O. line. There are two options: 0 DTMF TYPE (dual tone multi frequency) 1 DIAL PULSE TYPE (rotary dial)

  • Page 144

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 403 TRUNK TOLL CLASS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns toll class level assignments on a per-trunk or all-trunk basis. Selec- tions can be made for day and night mode, or for each ring plan (1–6), depending on your system.

  • Page 145

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems 1. Open programming and select 403 [701] TOLL CLASS Display shows 1:F-STN 2:F-STN 2. Dial trunk number (e.g.704) [704] TOLL CLASS 1:F-STN 2:F-STN Press VOLUME keys to scroll through trunk...

  • Page 146

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 404 TRUNK NAME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Names are written using the keypad. Each key press moves the cursor and enters the selected character.* For example, if the name is “TELECOMS”, press the number “8”...

  • Page 147

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 405 TRUNK NUMBER FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows a number, up to 11 digits, to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Numbers are entered using the keypad. Pressing a key selects a digit and moves the cursor to the next position.

  • Page 148

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 406 TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Enables ringing to a specific station or a group of stations (or an auto atten- dant for systems other than 408/408i) when incoming calls are received. Destinations can be entered for both day and night modes or for each ring plan (1–6), depending on...

  • Page 149

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 406 [701] TRK RING Display shows 1:500 2:500 2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704) [704] TRK RING 1:500 2:500...

  • Page 150

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 407 FORCED TRUNK RELEASE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Provides a positive forced trunk release to a specific trunk or all trunks in the event of a trunk lock-up. ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 151

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 408 ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC-ON- HOLD SOURCE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects which Music-On-Hold (MOH) source can be heard on each trunk. The possible selections are: TONE, NONE, internal or external (customer-provided MOH source).

  • Page 152

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 408 [701] TRK MOH Display shows current setting MOH SOURCE:TONE 2. Dial trunk number (e.g., 704) [704] TRK MOH MOH SOURCE:TONE Press VOLUME keys to scroll through trunk...

  • Page 153

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 409 TRUNK STATUS READ FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Allows the status of trunks to be read in a format that will enable the servicing personnel to quickly identify the ownership and position of a trunk.

  • Page 154

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Dial COMPACT II, 816 & 408/408i iDCS & OS500 Port Number Port Number Port Number Tenant Number Type: e.g. LOOP, DDI, BRI, PRI … Type: e.g. LOOP, DDI, BRI, PRI …...

  • Page 155

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 410 ASSIGN DISA TRUNK FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows the system to have Direct Inward System Access (DISA). Because there is a possibility that unauthorised calls will be made via this feature, several safe- guards have been added.

  • Page 156

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: All trunks NORMAL Related Items: See Related Items, below For iDCS & OS500 systems DISA availability must be assigned to ring plans. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 410...

  • Page 157

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 411 ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE Not Used in UK / EU MMC 411 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 158

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 412 ASSIGN TRUNK SIGNAL FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows for the assignment of AC15 cards for proper signalling. This MMC is only for analogue types of AC15 trunks. These trunks can also use the translation tables 714.

  • Page 159

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 413 VMS CALL TYPE FOR: CII operating SVM-800 Voice Mail / Auto Attendant only Purpose: Sets the answering mode for the SVM-800. Options are selectable Yes/No (Y/N). ANSWER PHONE AUDIO TEXT...

  • Page 160

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 414 MPD/PRS SIGNAL FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Used on a per-trunk basis to define if a C.O. line is to be either a Metering Pulse Detection (MPD) or a Polarity Reversal Signal (PRS) trunk. (PRS is not available in the UK.)

  • Page 161

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 415 REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA FOR: 408i OS500 iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Enables or disables the reporting of abandoned C.O. calls for which CLIP in- formation has been collected on a per-trunk basis. There are two options:...

  • Page 162

    4. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: UNUSE DID TRANS Related Items: MMC 406 Trunk Ring Assignment MMC 714 DDI Number and Name Translation MMC 416 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 163

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 416 ASSIGN E&M/DID RINGDOWN FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 MMC 416 Assign AC15 Translation, see above Purpose: Defines which ring destination table an E&M or DID trunk will follow for incom- ing calls.

  • Page 164

    ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 417 [701] E1/PRI CRC Display shows (e.g. for DCS) 2. Enter first trunk number in PRI card (e.g. 701) [701] E1/PRI CRC Press VOLUME keys to select first trunk number and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.

  • Page 165

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 418 CARD RESTART FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Enables any changes you make in MMC 417 (E1/PRI-CRC4 Option), 419 (BRI Option), MMC 420 (PRI Option) MMC 423 (S/T Mode) and applies them, as appropriate, to each BRI or PRI card that you restart.

  • Page 166

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 419 BRI OPTIONS FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: This MMC comprises two groups of options. One group is for the "TRUNK" ports and the other is for the "STATION" ports as set in MMC 423, S/T Mode.

  • Page 167

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 • BRI CODING A-LAW or µ-LAW (A-LAW in UK) • CLIP TABLE Used to select the CLIP number to send to the network. If NONE is selected, the trunk number set in MMC 405 (Trunk Number) is sent to the network.

  • Page 168

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 3.a.1 Press VOLUME keys to choose item (CHANNEL [703] BRI-TRK ANY, BRI MODE, DLSEND, BRI CODING) BRI MODE:P-P DDI Press RIGHT soft key to move the cursor Press VOLUME keys to select option (e.g. P-P...

  • Page 169

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 420 PRI OPTIONS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows the system DDI/NORMAL access and sets dial sending mode (DLSEND) on an individual port basis to OVERLAP or ENBLOCK. However, if you change the dial sending mode of one port, all other ports must be set to the same dial sending mode.

  • Page 170

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Press VOLUME keys to make selection [704] PRI OPTION and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 DLSEND : ENBLOCK 5. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next...

  • Page 171

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 421 MSN DIGIT FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns an incoming MSN call to a specific station. If any entry in MSN DIGIT TABLE matches an incoming call's called party number, either the specific station is alerted, if it is programmed to accept the call, or the call is cleared if it is programmed to reject the call.

  • Page 172

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 421 [701]MSN DGT (1) Display shows DGT: 2. Enter trunk number (e.g. 704) [704]MSN DGT (1) DGT: Press VOLUME keys to scroll through ports and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.

  • Page 173

    Purpose: Assigns a class of service (COS) to each trunk for each ring plan 1–6, or for day and night mode, depending on your system. For DCS, Compact II, iDCS and OS500 systems there are 30 (01–30) different classes of service. For 816 systems there are 10 (01–10). For 408/408i systems there are four (1–4).

  • Page 174

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 422 [701] TRK COS Display shows first trunk 1:01 2:01 3:01 2. Dial trunk number (e.g. 705) [705] TRK COS...

  • Page 175

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 423 S/T MODE FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Selects the function of each BRI access. You can set a BRI access as "TRUNK" to which an ISDN C.O. line is connected, or as "STATION" to which an ISDN terminal is connected.

  • Page 176

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 424 MAPPING FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Generates a table by which an ISDN terminal number is mapped onto a BRI STATION port. Note: For each BRI access, two adjacent ports are assigned. You need only map a number onto one of the two ports.

  • Page 177

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 426 TRUNK GAIN CONTROL FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows loss levels (dB) to be adjusted on a per-trunk basis. Two adjustments are available: ”TX” is the transmit level adjustment of the trunk to the station; “RX” is the receive level adjustment of the station to the trunk.

  • Page 178

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 427 R2MFC SIGNAL Not Used in UK / EU MMC 427 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 179

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 428 ASSIGN TRUNK / TRUNK USE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Controls whether trunks in a trunk use group can conference or tandem dial on to trunks in other use groups. For example, to allow an incoming call on one trunk to be externally transferred via another.

  • Page 180

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 433 TRUNK COST RATE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Hotel application only Purpose: The Trunk Cost Rate flags are entered for each trunk. Dial Plans are defined 746. Rate Calculation Tables are defined in 747.

  • Page 181

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 434 CONNECTION STATUS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Confirms the connection status of stations or trunks. Display status shows the status of a station or trunk at the time requested. If a station or trunk is in an idle state the display will show "IDLE".

  • Page 182

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 436 TRUNK TMC GAIN FOR: OS500 Purpose: Adjusts the standard sensitivity for each C.O. line (sending and receiving). The range is -10 dB to +20 dB. These values are represented by entering values +0 to +30 (e.g.

  • Page 183

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 500 SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets the values of the system counters. The counters are listed below with a brief description of each. DIAL COUNTER DESCRIPTION ALARM REMINDER The number of times that an alarm reminder will ring a station before cancelling.

  • Page 184

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 500 ALARM REM.CNTER Display shows 05→ 2. Enter number from above list (e.g., 6) UCDS VISUAL ALAM 00→_ Press VOLUME keys to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.

  • Page 185

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 501 SYSTEM-WIDE TIMERS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows the adjustment of individual system timers as necessary. Some timers can be disabled by setting the time to all zeros (000). See table of timers and values, be- low.

  • Page 186

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Timers and Values This is a complete listing of all system timers. Note that the timers displayed will depend on the system you are using. TIMER NAME DEFAULT RANGE AA INT DGT 05 SEC 1–25 SEC...

  • Page 187

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 OFF HOOK SELECT 5 SEC 1–250 SEC OHVA ANSWER 10 SEC 1–250 SEC OVERLAP INT DGT 7 SEC 1 - 15 SEC PAGE TIME OUT 20 SEC 1–250 SEC PAGE TONE 500 MS 100–2500 MS...

  • Page 188

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 BOOTH TIME OUT: Controls the time for which a booth phone is enabled (Hotel application). CALLBACK NO ANS: Controls the time before the callback is automatically cancelled when a call- back detects Ring No Answer.

  • Page 189

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FIRST DIGIT: Controls how long the system will wait for dialling to begin before dropping the dial tone and returning the user to error tone. HOK FLASH MAX: Monitors the duration of a hookswitch flash to ensure that the flash is valid and not a line noise or an accidental hookswitch bounce (LONGEST DURATION).

  • Page 190

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 PAGE TIME OUT: Controls the duration of a page announcement. PAGE TONE: Controls the duration of tone burst heard over the page prior to the page announce- ment. PARK RECALL: Controls the period of time a call is parked before recalling to the call park originator.

  • Page 191

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 502 STATION-WIDE TIMERS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows certain station timer values to be changed on a per-station basis or for all stations. You are advised not to change these values without assistance from Technical Support.

  • Page 192

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Enter new timer value (must be same number of [205] DTMF DUR. digits as current value, e.g. 0200) 0100 MS →0200 System returns to step 2 5. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit...

  • Page 193

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 503 TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows certain trunk timer values to be changed on a per-trunk basis or for all trunks. You are advised not to change these values (with the exception of trunk Flash Time) without assistance from Technical Support.

  • Page 194

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 504 PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows the value of pulses per second and the duration of the make/break time to be changed. This only affects rotary dial trunks.

  • Page 195

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 505 ASSIGN DATE AND TIME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows the system clock date and time to be set. FEATURE KEYS 0–6 (0:SUN, 1:MON, 2:TUE, 3:WED, 4:THU, 5:FRI, 6:SAT) Month 01–12...

  • Page 196

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 506 TONE CADENCE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets and changes tone cadences on a system-wide basis. There are 14 tones available, as listed below. Tones can be set to ‘interrupt’ or ‘continuous’, and interrupt tone cadences can be customised.

  • Page 197

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: TONE BUSY CONFIRM/BARGE-IN DIAL CONTINUOUS DND/NO MORE ERROR HOLD/CAMP-ON 3500 3500 MESSAGE WAIT...

  • Page 198

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 507 ASSIGN RING PLAN TIME FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 MMC 507 Assign Auto Night Time, see below Purpose: Programs Ring Plan time settings. Ring Plans provide six separate ringing destinations (1–6) based on day of the week and time of day. The start time within a plan is the time the system will switch from the previous ringing destination to the one in this plan.

  • Page 199

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 FEATURE KEYS ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 507 RING PLAN (SUN:1) Display shows END: 2. Dial day key 0–6 (e.g. 2 for Tuesday) RING PLAN (TUE:1) END: Press VOLUME keys to select tone day and press RIGHT soft key 3.

  • Page 200

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 507 ASSIGN AUTO NIGHT TIME FOR: 408i MMC 507, Assign Ring Plan Time, see above Purpose: Enters the system into night mode automatically by utilising time and day ta- bles. A NIGHT key is not needed as the system will switch automatically. However, it is useful to have a dedicated key so the status can be manually changed if necessary.

  • Page 201

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 508 CALL COST FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets the Call Cost attributes generated by the system during a call. This in- formation can be displayed on the keyphone LCD during a call or as an SMDR record.

  • Page 202

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 509 C.O. TONE CADENCE FOR: CI only Purpose: Allows customising of the tone cadence provided from the analogue trunk on a system-wide basis. There are three types of tone available (see below). The control of the tone cadence may be changed from interrupt tone to continuous tone.

  • Page 203

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: TONE BUSY DIAL 1000 1000 RINGBACK Note: All times are in milliseconds Related Items: None MMC 509 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 204

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 510 SLI RING CADENCE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets the ring cadence for SLI ports. Options are: Station ring: Ring for internal calls Trunk ring: Ring for trunk calls Door ring...

  • Page 205

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 511 MW LAMP CADENCE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Sets the cadence (flash rate) for the message waiting LED on single line tele- phones, for systems which have a message waiting card (MWSLI) installed.

  • Page 206

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 512 ASSIGN HOLIDAY FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns holiday dates to a station for the current year. Station will remain in Night Service for those periods assigned, or will remain in the ring plan designated. Up to 60 dates may be entered.

  • Page 207

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 3. Press VOLUME keys to select ‘ASSIGN HOLIDAY’ ASSIGN HOLIDAY display and press RIGHT soft key Dial the entry number 01–60 (e.g. 01) Press VOLUME keys to select and press RIGHT soft key 4.

  • Page 208

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 513 HOTEL TIMERS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Hotel application only Purpose: Sets the normal check-out and clean times for guest rooms. Also allows iDCS and OS500 system users to set a check-in end time (see descriptions, below). These are sys- tem-wide timers that affect all rooms and are set in 24-hour clock format (e.g.

  • Page 209

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 514 TONE SOURCE FOR: iDCS500 ‘L’ OS500 Purpose: Selects a different tone source to the normal system tones for certain call types. (Refer to 506.) The source can be selected as TONE (system tone) or one of the in- ternal or external music sources.

  • Page 210

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 515 DAYLIGHT ASSIGNMENT FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Defines up to 10 summertime periods. The system time will automatically increase by an hour at 2 a.m. on the assigned Start date and will automatically decrease by an hour at 3 a.m.

  • Page 211

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 600 ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns the operator group for day and night mode, or for each ring plan. For all systems except iDCS & OS500 ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 212

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 600 OPERATOR GROUP Display shows 1: 500 2: 500 2. Dial operator group for ring plan 1 (e.g. 501)

  • Page 213: Group Type

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 601 ASSIGN STATION GROUP FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns stations to groups. This provides more flexibility, for example, if using Uniform Call Distribution (UCD), AA GROUP and VM/AA applications. A station, com- mon bell, and ring page can be in more than one group, but must all be the same ring type.

  • Page 214: Ring Modes

    300.) The maximum number of stations allowed to ring unconditionally for a group is: DCS=32, Compact II=10, 816=16, 408/408i=8, iDCS=32, OS500=32 Note: When a group is called, or a caller is transferred to a group, ringback is sent to the caller.

  • Page 215

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 601 [500] STN GROUP Display shows TYPE:NORMAL GRP 2. Dial group number (e.g., 505) [505] STN GROUP TYPE:NORMAL GRP Press VOLUME keys to select group and press LEFT soft key to move cursor to type of group 3.

  • Page 216

    Names are written using the keypad. Pressing a key selects a character and moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the name is “SAMSUNG," press the number “7” four times to get the letter “S.” Now press the number “2” once to get the letter “A.”...

  • Page 217

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 603 ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns trunks to a specific trunk group or to several trunk groups. This is very useful for programming of LCR when more than one trunk is to be in several dialling plans.

  • Page 218

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 7. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: MODE=SEQUENTIAL Related Items: LCR programming Tenant programming MMC 603 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 219

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 604 ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns a keyset to any or all of the internal paging zones. The total number of keysets that can receive a page is limited to:...

  • Page 220

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS and OS500 systems A keyset can be assigned to more than one zone. If assigned to zone 0, a keyset will receive pages for all internal zones. ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 221

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 605 ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Determines which relays will close when one of the external page zones 5 to 8 is accessed. (816 and 408/408i systems have only one external page zone—see below.) System must be equipped with a Trunk A card to allow external paging.

  • Page 222

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 606 ASSIGN SPEED BLOCK FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Adds or deletes speed dial blocks to/from the system or individual keysets. With the ability to delete a block or blocks of speed dial, these need not be wasted on such items as voice mail, SIMs and DPIMs, or on stations that do not require the ability to use speed dialling.

  • Page 223

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 606 FREE LIST:60 Display shows (for example) SYSTEM:20 2. Press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor FREE LIST:60 SYSTEM:20 3. Press VOLUME keys to select SYSTEM or EXT...

  • Page 224

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 607 UCD OPTIONS FOR: OS500 iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Sets up UCD options for the UCD group assigned in 601. If no UCD group has been programmed in the system, you may be presented with a warning and not allowed to enter this MMC.

  • Page 225

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 607 [501]UCD OPTION Display shows FIRST MSG : 61 2. Dial UCD group number (e.g. 502) [502]UCD OPTION FIRST MSG : 61 Press VOLUME keys to select number Press RIGHT soft key 3.

  • Page 226

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 608 ASSIGN CLIP REVIEW BLOCK FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Adds or deletes CLIP review blocks to/from an individual keyset. With the ability to delete blocks, they need not be wasted on such items as voice mail and DPIMs, or on keysets that do not have a display.

  • Page 227

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 609 CALL LOG BLOCK FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed) Purpose: Adds or deletes Call Log blocks to/from an individual keyset. With the ability to delete blocks, they need not be wasted on such items as voice mail and DPIMs, or on keysets that do not have a display.

  • Page 228

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 611 TEXT MESSAGE STATION FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows you to select the stations used to send urgent (short) text messages. Up to 100 such stations can be set in the system.

  • Page 229

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 612 GROUP CONFERENCE STATION FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows you to select up to 100 stations which can be used for simultaneous conference calls. Selected stations can be programmed with conference groups in MMC 118.

  • Page 230

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 614 USE GROUP FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows you to assign stations to station use groups and trunks to trunk use groups. This is useful if you want to restrict calling between stations, outgoing calls through C.O.

  • Page 231

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 615 MGI GROUP FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows you to assign a type for the MGI ports, according to their required use. Options are as follows: LOCAL ITP MGI port used to make calls with private type of IP phone...

  • Page 232

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: None Related Items: None MMC 615 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 233

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 616 MGI USER FOR: OS500 Purpose: Links an MGI port to an ITP phone to reserve it for its exclusive use. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 616 [3831] MGI USER...

  • Page 234

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 700 COPY COS CONTENTS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Copies a selected class of service (COS) to another COS. This is useful, for example, if you want to create a similar COS to that being copied but also want to change a few selected options.

  • Page 235

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 701 ASSIGN COS CONTENTS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Creates a new class of service (COS). Note: 1. If you want to make a copy of an existing COS and change some options, use 700.

  • Page 236

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 COS Feature Lists for DCS (table Compact II (table 816 (table 3) 408/408i (table 1. DCS : COS FEATURE LIST BY OPTION NUMBER AA CALER Auto answer control by caller ALM CLR...

  • Page 237

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 STNGRP 11 Station group 11 calling STNGRP 12 Station group 12 calling STNGRP 13 Station group 13 calling STNGRP 14 Station group 14 calling STNGRP 15 Station group 15 calling STNGRP 16...

  • Page 238

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 – Not used EXT FWD External call forward FEATURE Feature key FLASH Trunk flash FOLLOW ME Follow Me call forward FORWARD Call forward – Not used GRP I/O Group in/out HOLD...

  • Page 239

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 TRKGRP10 Trunk group 10 calling TRKGRP11 Trunk group 11 calling UNCO CNF CO to CO conference VM AREC Voice mail automatic call record VM AME Voice mail answering machine emulation VM REC...

  • Page 240

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 STN LOCK Station locking STNGRP 01 Station group 01 calling STNGRP 02 Station group 02 calling STNGRP 03 Station group 03 calling STNGRP 04 Station group 04 calling STNGRP 05 Station group 05 calling...

  • Page 241

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 408i SECURE Override secure SSPD TOL System speed dial toll check STN LOCK Station locking STNGRP 01 Station group 01 calling STNGRP 02 Station group 02 calling STNGRP 03 Station group 03 calling...

  • Page 242

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 1. U option: SABLE EATURE 1. iDCS & OS500 COS FEATURE LIST BY NUMBER AA CALER Auto answer control by caller ABSENCE Absence ALM CLR Alarm sensor ring answer AUTO RDL...

  • Page 243: Toll Restriction

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 TRK EHLD Trunk call exclusive hold UNCO CNF Unsupervised conference VM AREC Auto record (voice mail) VM AME Answering machine emulation (voice mail) VM REC Call record (voice mail) VMS PSWD...

  • Page 244

    5000 Series Keysets* DS/ITP-5014D DS/ITP-5021D DS-5007S DS-5014S DS-5038S * On large LCD phones (5012L): X=button A, Y=button B, Z=button C (on display) DCS (Euro) Keysets iDCS Series Keysets MMC 702 (Page 1 of 2)

  • Page 245

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 702 DENY(001):BCDEFG Display shows :0 0 0 0 0 0 2. Dial entry number (e.g., 005) DENY(005):BCDEFG :0 0 0 0 0 0 Press VOLUME keys to select index and press...

  • Page 246

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 703 TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets up the Toll Allowance table. CII / 816 408/408i iDCS100 iDCS500 iDCS500 OS500 ‘M’ ‘L’ No. of entries (001–500) in table (001–200)

  • Page 247

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 704 ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Provides flexibility to toll restriction (call barring) when a specific numbering plan is desired. There are only three entry tables but more than one digit can be as- signed per table if needed.

  • Page 248

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 705 ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Assigns system speed dialling numbers. DCS / CII 408/408i iDCS OS500 No. of speed dials Speed dial numbers 500–999 500–799 500–699 500–999...

  • Page 249

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 706 SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered for each system speed dial number you set up in 705.

  • Page 250

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 707 AUTHORISATION CODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets up authorisation codes on a per-class of service basis. The number of codes (entries) allowed and the maximum number of digits per entry are shown in the table.

  • Page 251

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 708 ACCOUNT CODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets up account codes. The number of codes (entries) allowed and the maximum number of digits per entry are shown in the table.

  • Page 252

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 709 TOLL PASS CODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets codes and numbers valid for the following options: 0 PBX CODE Identifies the access codes needed to work toll restriction (call barring) when the system is used with either a PBX or CENTREX-supplied dial tone (PBX ACCESS CODE option).

  • Page 253

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 3 and enter another index number Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data:...

  • Page 254

    This table works in conjunction with MMC 711 (LCR Time Table), MMC 712 (LCR Route Table), and MMC 713 (LCR Modify Digit Table). Maximum number of entries is: DCS & CII 408 & 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 ‘M’ iDCS500 ‘L’ OS500 1000...

  • Page 255

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 711 LCR TIME TABLE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: This table gives flexibility to the system, through the LCR ROUTES, to allow calls placed at any given time of day to use the least cost trunk route that is available.

  • Page 256

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: TIME BAND TIME LCRT SUN–SAT 0000 2359 Related Items: MMC 210 Customer On/Off MMC 400 Customer On/Off Per Trunk MMC 710 LCR Digit Table MMC 712 LCR Route Table...

  • Page 257

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 712 LCR ROUTE TABLE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: The LCR ROUTE TABLE is responsible for selecting a specific trunk group in the completion of an outgoing call. This table works in conjunction with...

  • Page 258

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: ROUTE TIME TRK GRP MODIFY TBL INDEX BAND 01–16 001–016 17–32 NONE NONE Related Items: MMC 310 LCR Class Of Service MMC 710 LCR Digit Table MMC 711 LCR Time Table...

  • Page 259

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 713 LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Also referred to as Outdial Rules, this enables the system to add or delete a digit string or single digit, if needed, to complete a call (e.g. adding a digit “1”). The char- acters and # can also be entered.

  • Page 260

    If there is no matching number in the DDI NUMBER TABLE, the system routes the call to the operator group (by default) or to the destination assigned in 406. Maximum number of entries is: DCS & CII 408 & 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 ‘M’...

  • Page 261

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For all systems except iDCS & OS500 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 714 DID DIGIT (001) Display shows DGT:2 2. Enter valid entry number (e.g. 005 or 05) DID DIGIT...

  • Page 262

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 *For 816 systems, default DIGITS are: (Other defaults apply.) For 408i systems, default DIGITS are: (Other defaults apply.) Related Items: See Related Items, below For iDCS & OS500 systems ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 263

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 7. Enter digits to be deleted (e.g. 3) DID DIGIT (005) CW: NO DELETE:3 Press VOLUME keys to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 8. Enter name (max. 11 characters) and press RIGHT...

  • Page 264

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 715 PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Allows customised messages, up to 16 characters each, to be programmed. You can also edit any of the 10 pre-programmed (default) messages, if necessary, to suit your working environment.

  • Page 265

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 For iDCS systems iDCS500 ‘L’ iDCS500 ‘M’ & iDCS100 30 possible messages (01–30) 20 possible messages (01–20) Messages 01–10 are pre-programmed as fol- Messages 01–10 are pre-programmed as fol- lows, but can be changed:...

  • Page 266

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 715 PGM.MESSAGE(01) Display shows (message may be different) GIVE ME THE CALL 2. Enter message number (e.g., 11) PGM.MESSAGE(11) Blank Message Press VOLUME arrow to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.

  • Page 267

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 716 UK LCR OPTION FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Provides UK Least Cost Routing options. Caution: Before using this MMC, run MMC 812 to make sure the correct country option has been selected (e.g. “UK”).

  • Page 268

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 717 UCD AGENT ID FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 For CI MMC 717 PIN Code, see below Purpose: Enter PIN numbers for UCD agents. iDCS500 ‘L’ and OS500 systems cater for 300 PINs (001–300); iDCS500 ‘M’ and iDCS100 systems cater for 100 PINs (001–100).

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 717 PIN CODE FOR: CI only For iDCS and OS500 MMC 717 UCD Agent PIN, see above Purpose: Assign the PIN code used when a call is routed to the secondary 131 Cable &...

  • Page 270

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 718 MY AREA CODE Not Used in the UK / EU MMC 718 (Page 1 of 1)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 719 IDLE DISPLAY FOR: OS500 only Purpose: Allows you to define lines of text to be displayed on large LCD phones when they are idle. You can select up to 10 lines of text to display.

  • Page 272

    Important: a DCS (Euro) keyset can only be copied to another Euro keyset, a 5000 se- ries keyset to another 5000 series keyset, and an iDCS keyset to another iDCS keyset.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 721 SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Prevents the loss of programmable keys on keysets when testing or replace- ment is required. First the data is saved and then the station can be replaced with an- other station type or the keys can be reprogrammed to other features.

  • Page 274

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 722 STATION KEY PROGRAMMING FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Customises programmable keys on individual keysets and add-on modules (AOMs). All systems are provided with default functions for some keys to provide basic operation.

  • Page 275

    Default Data: For all systems (except 408/408i), programmable keys 1 and 2 are set as CALL keys. You are advised not to change these. Defaults for 408/408i systems are shown in the Samsung DCS-408 & 408i Installation Manual. Each programmable key can be reprogrammed with one of the functions listed below.

  • Page 276

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 DESCRIPTION 408i iDCS500 iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 & CII DIVERT DIVERT TO SECRETARY DLOCK: DOOR LOCK DND: DO NOT DISTURB DNDO: DND OVERRIDE DIRECT PICK UP DROP: TRANSFER CALL DROP DIRECT STATION SELECT...

  • Page 277

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 DESCRIPTION 408i iDCS500 iDCS500 iDCS100 OS500 & CII SETMG: SET MESSAGE W/O RING STATION GROUP SLOCAT: HOTEL STAFF LOCATOR SNR: SAVED NUMBER REDIAL SUPERVISOR OF UCD SPD: SPEED DIAL SPKR: SPEAKER...

  • Page 278

    MMC 723 allows you to program keys for all stations rather than individual stations. Programming in MMC 723 is also done on the basis of keyset type (12-button, 24-button, etc) as shown in the following table. KEYSET TYPE Dial DCS/CII/816 408/408i OS500 iDCS 24-BTN...

  • Page 279

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. If required, enter extender (e.g.,03) TYPE:12 BTN SETS →GPIK03 12:DS Press VOLUME keys to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 6. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit...

  • Page 280

    DIP switches on the MCP card. The following options can be selected. (N/A=not applicable.) Option Description Dial DCS/CII 408/408i iDCS OS500 STN DIAL NO. Station port dialling numbers TRK DIAL NO.

  • Page 281

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 If changing feature codes using the FEAT DIAL NO option, you can use the VOLUME keys to scroll through selectable features. Features can also be entered via the dial key- pad. For example, for OHVA, the number 6 would be pressed three times. If Block Code is required, press 2 twice for BARGE and then use the VOLUME UP key to select BLOCK.

  • Page 282

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: Feature codes (some may not be available on your system) ABAND DLOCK OPER 0 (9) VMMSG None None PAGE VMSCMT None None DNDO(VER) None PAGPK VMSMSG None ACCT FAUTO...

  • Page 283

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 725 SMDR OPTIONS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Selects the information to be printed on SMDR reports. Some or all of the fol- lowing options may be selected, depending on your system. All have YES/NO options (YES=print) except where a new value or directory name is required.

  • Page 284

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 DID NUM/NAME Determines whether DDI number and name print on SMDR. (Not available on 408 or iDCS systems.) ITP REGISTRATION Determines whether registration of ITP phones prints on SMDR (OS500 only)

  • Page 285

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Example 2: Changing no. of lines per page ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 725 PAGE HEADER Display shows PRINT : YES 2. Dial the option number 01 LINE PER PAGE...

  • Page 286

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 726 VM/AA OPTIONS FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets in-band signalling for voice mail or auto attendant parameters. There are eight main options for programming and several sub-options to customise the applica- tion.

  • Page 287

    2. RINGBACK TONE 3. DND NO MORE 4. HDSET ANSWER 5. SPKER ANSWER Note: For DCS and CII, the call progress tones will automatically be set to the default values if the SMDI VMS SET option in MMC 210 is set ON.

  • Page 288

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 8. If option 4 is selected at step 2 SEPARATOR (A valid entry consists of digits 0–9 or alpha characters A–C) 9. If option 5 is selected at step 2 DISCONECT SIGNAL (A valid entry consists of digits 0–9 or alpha...

  • Page 289

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 727 SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Used for system card version and date display only. Press VOLUME keys to scroll dis- play for version of each card installed.

  • Page 290

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 728 CLIP TRANSLATION TABLE FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Associates a CLIP number received from the central office with a name pro- grammed in this translation table. If there is no match between a received number and a name in this table, “no CLIP name”...

  • Page 291

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 728 CLIP XLAT (001) Display shows DGT: CLIP XLAT (0001) DGT: 2. Dial entry number (3 or 4 digits depending on CLIP XLAT (005) system type) e.g., 005...

  • Page 292

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 730 AA GAIN FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Controls Auto Attendant record gain. On iDCS systems there is also an option to control play gain. Note that AA card port numbers differ between systems (see Part 2, section 2.3, System Configuration: Quick...

  • Page 293

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 731 AA RAM CLEAR FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Clears Auto Attendant memory on a per-AA card basis. The system only ac- cepts the first port as a port field and the LCD shows its selection. This will erase all messages previously programmed on the selected card.

  • Page 294

    • If you press the “D” key, this takes the call to voice mail iDCS and OS500 Systems, and DCS/Compact II Systems Operating Version 7.x Software: Entries in the translation table will also provide the following features which are useful if a mailbox owner does not have a telephone in the system, but does have a voice mailbox.

  • Page 295

    (or can be 0 for no change); the second digit can be 1 for the alternative greeting or 0 for no alternative. DCS/CII: To change day/night mode and/or the alternative greeting, the caller must enter the number (passcode) that implements the special program. The passcode must be followed by digit 1–3: 1 selects day, 2 selects night and 3 se-...

  • Page 296

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: Table 01 is set for transfers to station, group and plan nos. Other tables are empty Related Items: MMC 733 AA Plan Table MMC 732 (Page 3 of 3)

  • Page 297

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 733 AA PLAN TABLE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Calls up customer-recorded and pre-recorded messages into plans compiled MMC 732, AA Translation Table. Pre-recorded messages listed below can be applied and destinations can be programmed as required.

  • Page 298

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 733 AA PLAN PROG(01) Display shows DAY MSG AA PLAN PROG(01) PLAN MSG1 :49 2. Dial AA PLAN TABLE number 01–12 (e.g. 02) AA PLAN PROG(02)

  • Page 299

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 734 AA MESSAGE MATCH FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows up to five recorded AA messages to be grouped together into a single transmission with its own identification number. For example, messages 05+07+13+16+64 = 01 (identification number).

  • Page 300

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 735 AA USE TABLE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns an AA PLAN TABLE to either an individual AA port or an AA group. AA Plan Numbers are in the range 01 to 12.

  • Page 301

    Reference). ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 736 [3958]SET AAMOH Display shows (e.g. for DCS) MOH MSG: NOT USE 2. Press RIGHT soft key to select MOH message [3958]SET AAMOH MOH MSG: NOT USE 3. Dial AA message number for MOH 01–64 [3958]SET AAMOH (e.g.

  • Page 302

    Auth Code. The system checks the Auth Code entered for each handset against the DECT Auth Code. If it is the same, the regis- tration procedure continues; otherwise, the DCS rejects the registration procedure. Caution: Only the system administrator and/or installer should be allowed access to change the DECT System Code and register handsets.

  • Page 303

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 738 DECT CLEAR REGISTRATION FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Deletes previously registered information for DECT handsets. This MMC has two modes: FORCED: When this mode is programmed, the system clears the registered informa- tion by force.

  • Page 304

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 739 BSI DOWNLOAD FOR: Purpose: Downloads a new version of the DECT base station (DBS) software when you upgrade to a new version of BSI ROM. (NB: This operation is performed automatically when new ROM is installed, so normally you should not need to run this MMC.)

  • Page 305

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 740 STATION PAIR FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Allows a station (such as a DECT handset) to be assigned as a ‘secondary’ to a ‘primary’ keyphone station in the system. This will allow all features to be set or can- celled from either station, and both will ring when the ‘primary’...

  • Page 306

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 741 BSI CARD RESTART FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Restarts a BSI card or DECT base station (DBS). The DBS/BSI card will be restarted automatically. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 741...

  • Page 307

    SUCC For Compact II or iDCS100 - “SUCC” (successful) if status of BSI card is good, or "FAIL" For DCS - "M" = Master, "S" = Slave (not used) BSI STATUS “SUCC” (successful) if status of BSI card is good, M:SUCC S:NONE or "FAIL"...

  • Page 308

    The status of each DBS is displayed: If status is good, "1" is displayed If status is not good, "0" is displayed For DCS - (DBS 1-8) DBS : 12345678 STS : 11101100 For Compact II or iDCS100 - (DBS 1-3) DBS STATUS For iDCS500 &...

  • Page 309

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 744 DECT REGISTRATION ON/OFF FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Enables DECT handset registration on a telephone system. If this MMC is not opened and an attempt is made to register a DECT handset, an error message will be displayed.

  • Page 310

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 745 BSI CARRIER FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: A DECT base station uses one of 10 channels (FDMA technology). This MMC is used to allow or deny the use of each channel (carrier). By default, all carriers can be used by a base station.

  • Page 311

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 746 COSTING DIAL PLAN FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: The Costing Dial Plan is used to analyse the leading dialled digits of a number and determine what Dial Plan it is to follow. The entries are as follows.

  • Page 312

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 746 COST DP (001) DIGIT: 2. Dial Call Cost entry (e.g., 005) COST DP (005) DIGIT:_ Press VOLUME keys to select entry and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Enter digit string via the dial keypad (e.g.

  • Page 313

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 747 RATE CALCULATION TABLE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Defines the billing charges for each phone call cost rate. There are eight call cost rates. Each rate has the following data fields.

  • Page 314

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Enter SURCHARGE, e.g., 100 COST RATE SURCHARGE :100 C Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 110 Station On/Off (Call Cost option)

  • Page 315

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 750 VM CARD RESTART Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: OS500 iDCS100 iDCS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Determines whether mailboxes are set up according to the data set in 751, Assign Mailbox, when the Voice Mail card is restarted. The options are:...

  • Page 316

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 751 ASSIGN MAILBOX Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Assigns mailboxes to each station or station group. Mailboxes are assigned to all stations or groups flagged as YES in this MMC if DOWNLOAD=YES is set in during VM card start-up.

  • Page 317

    Call type: all incoming calls (I), all outgoing calls (O), or both incoming and outgoing calls (B). A maximum of eight stations can be assigned at any one time. Caution: Samsung is not responsible for any illegal use of this feature. ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 318

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 753 WARNING DESTINATION Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Provides an emergency destination for calls to Voice Mail if the card is re- moved or off-line. The destination can be a station number or a group number. Any sta- tion call that is forwarded to Voice Mail will remain ringing at the forwarding station until answered.

  • Page 319

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 754 VM HALT Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Ensures that there are no calls on the card and takes the card off-line. You cannot halt the card using MMC 810 (Halt Processing).

  • Page 320

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 755 VM ALARM Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Generates an alarm message in a mailbox, defined in 753, when the Voice Mail card hard disk drive or flash memory reaches a selected ‘threshold’ (percent- age of capacity).

  • Page 321

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 756 ASSIGN VM MOH Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Assigns a Voice Mail port as a Music-On-Hold (MOH) source. The source will be one of the sound files stored in the card’s memory. Once assigned, the port cannot be used for VM/AA applications.

  • Page 322

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 757 VM IN/OUT Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: Defines which Voice Mail ports are used for incoming calls, outgoing calls, or both. Options are: IN/OUT...

  • Page 323

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 758 VM DAY/NIGHT Cadence, SVMi-4, SVMi-8, FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 SVMi-16, SVM-400 Purpose: The Voice Mail (VM) card can operate in either a DAY or NIGHT mode. The mode will determine what main menu greetings and options are played to callers.

  • Page 324

    In addition to the name, up to eight of the tax codes or rates defined in MMC 761 can be applied to each item. Refer to your Samsung Hotel documentation for more details. PREDEFINED CODES Item Description RM Deposit...

  • Page 325

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 760 ITEM CODE (00) Display shows NAME:RM Deposit 2. Enter code number, e.g., 05 ITEM CODE (05) NAME:_ Press VOLUME keys to select code and press RIGHT soft key 3.

  • Page 326

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 761 TAX RATE SETUP FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Hotel application only Purpose: Sets up the eight tax rates used in 760. Each tax rate can be defined as described below. In addition, a name (up to 10 characters) may be used to define the purpose of the tax.

  • Page 327

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 762 ROOM COST RATE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Hotel application only Purpose: Sets up room cost rates for each day of the week. Each room cost rate can be assigned with the percentage of the room cost from Sunday to Saturday.

  • Page 328

    ENABLE TECH.PROG ENABLE TENANT:1 Press VOLUME keys to select ENABLE TECH.PROG ENABLE DCS, iDCS500 & OS500 only - Press RIGHT soft ENABLE TECH.PROG key to move to TENANT field and enter number ENABLE TENANT:2 (1–2) 4. Press SPEAKER to advance to MMC entry level 801:TEC.PASSCODE...

  • Page 329

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Enter the MMC required and begin programming. Follow the instructions for that MMC. Disabling (Closing) Programming Mode If you wish to immediately close programming mode when you have finished programming: Return to MMC 800.

  • Page 330

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 801 CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Changes the passcode which allows access to MMC 800 (Enable Technician Program) from its current value. Note: The passcode is four digits long. The current or “old” passcode is required for this MMC.

  • Page 331

    102, Call Forward, for call forwarding but it is not advised that the customer has access to MMC 710, LCR Digit Table, for LCR dial plans. NOTE: MMC 802 is for both tenants on DCS, iDCS500 and OS500 systems.) ACTION...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 803 ASSIGN TENANT GROUP FOR: iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns tenant groups on a per-cabinet, slot and port basis. The simple rule is Cabinet-Slot-Port=Tenant. The only information needed is the correct correlation of en- tries.

  • Page 333

    Dial 6 Wait Time Message Wait Time Dial 7 DSR Check DSR Check on/off (all systems except DCS) SIM Pair No. of the station connected to the Serial Interface Module (SIM) (DCS systems only) SERVICE TYPE Each port can be set to one of the following service types. Note that the services available depend on the type of system being programmed.

  • Page 334

    Hotel report PMS report PMS SMDR PMS report and SMDR BD-PMS Bi-directional PMS REMO M/A Remote Maintenance & Administration* (* not remote PCMMC) SPEED (BPS) Speed Dial DCS/CII/816 408/408i OS500 iDCS500 iDCS100 – – – – 1200 – – 2400 –...

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    None None None Retry Count Stop Bit Wait Time (msec) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 DSR Check Off (not DCS) SIM Pair None (DCS) – – – – Related Items: MMC 725 SMDR Options MMC 804 (Page 3 of 3)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 805 TX LEVEL AND GAIN FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Sets the base level of TX volume and the TSW gain control for time-switch connect types. Options are: TX LEVEL CONTROL...

  • Page 337

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Press RIGHT soft key to go to the TSW GAIN TSW GAIN CONTROL CONTROL type SLT → SLT:+0.0 Press VOLUME keys to go to next TSW type 6. Press VOLUME keys to select TSW gain data...

  • Page 338

    Programming of ports, extensions, trunks etc, must be done in 724. The procedure differs slightly for each type of system, as described below. DCS PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 806 C1–01 :INSTALL...

  • Page 339

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 816 PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 806 EXP. SLOT Display shows NONE →NONE 2. Press RIGHT soft key to change previous card type EXP. SLOT →8TRK NONE 3. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next iDCS500 &...

  • Page 340

    Technical Support. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 807 VOL.CONTROL:DGP Display shows (e.g. DCS) KEY TONE VOL :1 2. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor VOL.CONTROL:DGP KEY TONE VOL :1 3. Press VOLUME keys to select feature (e.g. SIDE VOL.CONTROL:DGP...

  • Page 341

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 808 T1 TRUNK CODING Not Used in the UK / EU MMC 808 (Page 1 of 1)

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 809 SYSTEM MMC LANGUAGE FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns an LCD display based on the system programming language. Your system supports some or all of the following languages:...

  • Page 343

    The procedure differs slightly between sys- tems. Note: You do not need to enable system programming (MMC 800) in order to run this program but you will still require the technician’s passcode DCS, iDCS500 & OS500 PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 810...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 COMPACT II, 816 & iDCS100 PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 810 HALT/PROCESSING Display shows SLOT NO:ALL→PROC 2. Enter slot number (e.g. 5) HALT/PROCESSING SLOT NO:5 →PROC Press VOLUME keys to make selection and press...

  • Page 345

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 811 RESET SYSTEM FOR: ALL SYSTEMS Purpose: Provides two methods of restarting the system. The first method (CLEAR MEMORY) restarts the system and clears all memory. The second method (RESET SYSTEM) restarts the system only.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 812 SELECT COUNTRY FOR: 408i iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Selects country for correct programming and operation. IMPORTANT This MMC should be run before any other programming is done to ensure that the correct software for your country has been selected, or to change the selection if required.

  • Page 347

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 813 HOTEL OPERATION FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Hotel application only Purpose: Enables and disables Hotel application operation and features. Note: iDCS100 systems require a MEM4 card in order to operate Hotel features.

  • Page 348

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 815 CUSTOMER DATABASE COPY FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Enables the onboard customer database (SRAM) to be copied to the Smart- Media card database (SMDB)—or the iDCS100 Flash Memory database (FLDB)—and also allows a saved SMDB or FLDB database to be copied to the SRAM.

  • Page 349

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 7. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor and press CUST.DBASE: SRAM VOLUME keys to select COPY TO SMBD (or COPY TO SMBD:NO COPY TO FLDB) option 8. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor CUST.DBASE: SRAM...

  • Page 350

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 816 CONFERENCE GAIN FOR: OS500 Purpose: Adjusts the gain level for conference calls. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 816 CONFERENCE GAIN Display shows USE DEFAULT : YES Press VOLUME keys to select YES or NO and...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 818 PROGRAM DOWNLOAD FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Changes the program version by downloading the program stored on the SmartMedia card (or in Flash Memory on the iDCS100 MEM4 card) to: •...

  • Page 352

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 819 SM FILE CONTROL FOR: iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Displays the size (in bytes) of various system program files on the SmartMe- dia card. You can also delete a file by selecting the file and pressing the HOLD key.

  • Page 353

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 820 ASSIGN SYSTEM LINK ID FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns the system link ID for Q-SIG networking. For Q-SIG networking it is mandatory to insert a value in SELF. This is sent by the system on setting up calls and is used by the system when receiving calls.

  • Page 354

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 821 ASSIGN NETWORKING TRUNK FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns TEPRI cards to use the Q-SIG protocol. Note: iDCS100 systems require a MEM4 card. ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 821...

  • Page 355

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 822 VIRTUAL EXTENSION TYPE FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets the extension (phone) type for virtual extensions. The types are: NONE 18 BUTTON (iDCS series) SLT (standard phone) 8 BUTTON (iDCS series)

  • Page 356

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 823 ASSIGN NETWORKING COS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns the classes of service for networking. Note: iDCS100 systems require a MEM4 card. Options are: Dial Option Description Default 01 CALL OFFER ..Call Offer................Y 03 CC PATH RSV ..CC Path Reservation ............

  • Page 357

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 823 NETWORK COS (01) Display shows 01:CALL OFFER 2. Dial class of service e.g. 02 NETWORK COS (02) 01:CALL OFFER Press VOLUME keys to select and press RIGHT soft key 3.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 824 NETWORK DIAL TRANSLATION FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Assigns the digit translation table used for Q-SIG networking. Generally, to call an extension on another node of a network, the station user must dial the node ID and extension number.

  • Page 359

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 6. Press VOLUME keys to select whether to 01: 3 3003 automatically assign a mailbox on the calling SZ:3 MAX:06 MB:Y system node for this range of extensions (Y/N) (Requires SVMi Voice Mail card on calling system...

  • Page 360

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 825 ASSIGN NETWORKING OPTIONS FOR: OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Assigns the following networking options. ADD NUMBER TO NAME Include the extension number in the name field of Q-SIG message (select Yes/No).

  • Page 361

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 826 ASSIGN SYSTEM CLOCK SOURCE FOR: OS500 iDCS500 Purpose: The system clock may be synchronized with an external clock source from a TEPRI card or may use the internal clock source. In this MMC, you can select to use the internal clock source or assign the system clock source priority when the external clock source is used.

  • Page 362

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 829 LAN PRINTER FOR: OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Allows you to view and set options for network printer(s). Up to eight (01–08) printers can be connected and configured here.

  • Page 363

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 829 [01] DATA TYPE Display shows printer data type, e.g. SMDR SMDR 2. Dial printer number 01–08 (e.g. 02) [02] DATA TYPE UCD REPORT...

  • Page 364

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 830 ETHERNET PARAMETERS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) Purpose: Assigns the Ethernet parameters for the LAN interface. If the LAN IP address, Subnet Mask or Gateway data are changed, the LAN card must be restarted to apply the changed items.

  • Page 365

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 830 SYSTEM IP ADDR Display shows (e.g. OS500) 2. Press VOLUME keys to select option and press SYSTEM NET MASK RIGHT soft key 255. 255. 255.

  • Page 366

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 831 VoIP PARAMETERS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (Systems with ITM3 or MGI card) Purpose: Allows you to set parameters for the ITM3/MGI card. iDCS ITM3 Card IP ADDRESS Specifies the IP address for the ITM3 card. When changing the ad dress, three digits must be entered for each field.

  • Page 367

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 831 [7001] IP ADDRESS Display shows the first trunk on the ITM3/MGI card. 2. Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor to IP [7001] IP ADDRESS address line 3.

  • Page 368

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 832 VoIP CODE FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (Systems with ITM3 or MGI card) Purpose: Sets the ITM3/MGI internal numbering plan for dialling and conversion. Once the ITM3/MGI is accessed, the access code directs a call based on the ACCESS CODE routing tables.

  • Page 369

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 6. Press VOLUME keys to select next option (DEL. LENGTH), press RIGHT soft key and enter new data Repeat steps 4–6 for each remaining option 7. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit...

  • Page 370

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 833 VoIP IP ADDRESS FOR: OS500 (Systems with ITM3 or MGI card) iDCS500 iDCS100 Purpose: Provides the IP addresses in tables pointed to by the access code entry. iDCS systems have 31 tables (00–30) with up to 32 entries each; OS500 systems have 63 ta- bles (00–62) with up to 16 entries each.

  • Page 371

    Port number for the exchange of status information between ITM3/MGI cards. The IP path or port used in 20000. WCS PORT Proprietary Samsung Web Call Service. The IP path or port used is 20010. SIGK ACCESS PORT Samsung Internet Gatekeeper. The IP path or port used is 20020.

  • Page 372

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 834 H.323 FAST SETUP Display shows ENABLE 2. Press RIGHT soft key H.323 FAST SETUP ENABLE Press VOLUME keys to select ENABLE/DISABLE and press RIGHT soft key 3.

  • Page 373

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 OS500 MGI Card & Procedure A numeric entry that identifies the system via the MGI connection. GATEWAY CALL ID Maximum entry is four digits. H.323 FAST SETUP Enables or disables the H.323 Fast Start call method.

  • Page 374

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 835 VoIP DSP OPTIONS FOR: OS500 (Systems with ITM3 or MGI card) iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Provides various VoIP DSP options. The options set in this MMC are system wide. iDCS ITM3 Card & Procedure Selects which audio codec compression to use.

  • Page 375

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 835 AUDIO CODEC Display shows G.723.1 2. Press VOLUME keys to select option (e.g. ECHO ECHO CANCEL CANCEL) and press RIGHT soft key ENABLE 3.

  • Page 376

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 OS500 MGI Card & Procedure Note that some of the following options may not apply to the card being programmed (MGI1, 2 or 3). Selects which audio codec compression to use. Selections are G.711 AUDIO CODEC (64K), G.723.1 (6.4K), G.729A (8K) and G.729.

  • Page 377

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 5. Repeat steps 3–4 for each option as required (to enable/disable or enter value) 6. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: AUDIO CODEC: G.729A...

  • Page 378

    Determines if the ITM3 is to connect to a Gatekeeper. The option are dis- able or enable. GK TYPE Determines if connected to a Samsung SIGK or other type of Gatekeeper. The Gatekeeper’s IP address. GK IP ADDR GK NAME Name identifier of the Gatekeeper.

  • Page 379

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 URQ REASON When Gatekeeper sends URQ message to Gateway, the Gateway dis- MODE ables the Gatekeeper connection according to the reason code. RRQ FAIL TIME The transfer cycle of RRQ when failure occurs while transferring RRQ from Gateway to Gatekeeper.

  • Page 380

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 837 SIP OPTIONS FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets SIP related parameters. Dial Parameter Description Default Sets the Caller ID for billing. 1234 GATEWAY CALL ID CALLER ID Sets the Caller ID type. The Caller ID type is displayed only when TYPE it is identical to that sent by the caller.

  • Page 381

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Dial Parameter Description Default SIP SERVER Sets the port number of the SIP Server. 05060 PORT SIGNAL PORT Sets the IP UDP port number for signalling. 10000 SEND CLIP Sets the table number programmed in...

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 838 PRIVATE IP FOR: OS500 Purpose: Displays the IP addresses of ITP phones and MGI cards that are within your private network and considered by the system as private IP addresses for the purpose of using NAT (Network Address Translation).

  • Page 383

    Type of IP address (0. PRIVATE, 1. PUBLIC). PRIVATE DSP TYPE G.729A or G.711. G.729A PHONE TYPE Type of IP phone (0. SAMSUNG, 1. SIP STANDARD). SAMSUNG REGIST CLR Deletes the registered IP phone data. None FRAME CNT Frame count (1–4 x10MS).

  • Page 384

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 841 SYSTEM IP OPTIONS FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets a number of options for Internet Phones connected to the system. Option Description PHONE VERSION View phone version data PHONE TFTP IP...

  • Page 385

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Default Data: PHONE VERSION: Depends on phone type PHONE TFTP IP: 0.0.0.0 ITP REGISTRATION: Password=1234 EASYSET OPTION: Password=1234, Alive time=0 sec CTI LINK OPTION: SMDR=No, UCD=No, Alive time=300 sec ITP DSP PARA:...

  • Page 386

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 845 WLI PARAMETERS FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets the parameters for the WLI card and up to eight Wireless Base Stations (WBS). For the WLI card, the options are: Parameter Description SYSTEM ID ID used to identify systems in the wireless environment.

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    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 4. Press Transfer/TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next Default Data: WLI Card SYSTEM ID WBS24 IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0 SYSTEM KEY 00000 GATEWAY 0.0.0.0 DNS IP 0.0.0.0...

  • Page 388

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 846 WIP INFORMATION FOR: OS500 Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Displays data for wireless terminal devices. REGISTERED Displays whether the wireless terminal is registered. LOCATED Displays whether the terminal is connected to the system.

  • Page 389

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 847 WLI RESET FOR: OS500 Purpose: Used to reset the WLI card or each Wireless Base Stations (WBS1–8). The operational status of the WBS can also be displayed. The read-only status display takes...

  • Page 390

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 848 WLAN IP/MAC FOR: OS500 Purpose: Allows you to enter IP or MAC addresses of wireless terminals. The address must be entered before the terminals can be registered. If a terminal having the same IP address is already registered, the number of the existing terminal is displayed after ‘USED:’...

  • Page 391

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 849 WLAN CONFIGURATION FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets the options required in order to register wireless terminals. WLI REGISTRATION Enables or disables registration of terminals Clear terminal registration: ‘FORCED’ or ‘NORMAL’ mode. FORCED mode WIP REGIST CLEAR is used to clear system data if a terminal is faulty.

  • Page 392

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 850 SYSTEM RESOURCE DISPLAY FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Displays used and free resources. Options are: DTMFR DSPs CID DSPs iDCS500 & OS500 only) R2MFC DSPs iDCS500 &...

  • Page 393

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 851 ALARM REPORT FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) Purpose: Views, stores, prints or clears system alarms. Two levels of faults are dis- played: major alarms and minor alarms. Major alarms are usually service-affecting and require a certified technician to determine the fault.

  • Page 394

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 Procedure to Print or Clear Alarms ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 851 SYS ALARM REPORT Display shows VIEW ALARMS 2. Press VOLUME keys to select CLEAR or PRINT SYS ALARM REPORT CLEAR ALARM BUF 3.

  • Page 395

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ALM CODE ALARM DEFINITION IPC TX queue full error has occurred in the MCP. MJB06 IPC MSGQ Over Alarm data = IPC Queue type (MCP-LAN, MCP-SCP, MCP-LCP1, MCP-LCP2) IPC TX queue under error has occurred in the MCP.

  • Page 396

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ALM CODE ALARM DEFINITION Alarm is activated when the when error rate exceeds 1x10-6 er- rors. Note: 1x10-6 is threshold for minor alarm; 1 x 10-3 is MJD09 Bit Error Alarm threshold for major alarm errors on E1, PRI or BRI.

  • Page 397

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ALM CODE ALARM DEFINITION Out of service trunk detected via seizure of trunk. External MNF06 Trunk Disconnect seizure test. Alarm Data = Cabinet, Slot, Port (Cx-Syy-Pzz) Out of service trunk recovered via seizure of trunk External...

  • Page 398

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 852 ASSIGN SYSTEM ALARMS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) Purpose: Assigns system alarms to ring and display on stations that have a System Alarm key programmed in 722.

  • Page 399

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 853 MAINTENANCE BUSY FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: Puts stations, trunks and common resource equipment in a ‘maintenance busy’ condition. This can be used to isolate suspected intermittent problem equipment. A station placed in maintenance busy will behave like a station in DND when called.

  • Page 400

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 854 DIAGNOSTIC TIME FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) Purpose: Sets the Diagnostic Time. The system diagnostics tests include memory au- dits, internal loop-back tests on digital trunks, and DSP and AA DSP tests. Additional tests include CODEC tests on analogue trunk and station cards and tone tests.

  • Page 401

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 855 DISPLAY SYSTEM OPTIONS FOR: iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) View status of daughterboards installed in the system. This enables you to review the available hardware without having to dismantle or power down the system to confirm if the hardware is installed.

  • Page 402

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 855 SYSTEM OPTIONS Display shows MCP D–BD 1 :ESM (In this example, daughterboard 1 on the MCP card is an ESM card) 2. Press VOLUME keys to scroll through options SYSTEM OPTIONS MCP D–BD 2 :IPM...

  • Page 403

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 856 PROGRAMMING LOGS FOR: iDCS100 iDCS500 OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed.) Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Lists the date, time and entry location of the last eight technician-level and customer- level programming accesses.

  • Page 404

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 858 ASSIGN SYSTEM EMERGENCY ALARM FOR: OS500 (iDCS systems must have a LAN interface installed) iDCS100 iDCS500 Purpose: Assigns the alarms to be sent to the Remote M&A (remote maintenance and administration) PC via the LAN interface.

  • Page 405

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 859 HARDWARE VERSION DISPLAY FOR: iDCS500 OS500 Purpose: (This is a read-only MMC.) Displays system hardware EPLD versions. iDCS500 ‘L’ & OS500 iDCS500 ‘M’ Display Description Display Description MCP CARD...

  • Page 406

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Open programming and select 859 H/W EPLD VERSION Display shows MCP CARD :V03 2. Press VOLUME keys to scroll through options H/W EPLD VERSION MCP B1 :ESM :V01 3.

  • Page 407

    Purpose: Determines the information to send in real time to the SIO port regarding the UCD queue status or UCD agent status. The options are: UCD VIEW SERVICE (enable/disable) and SEND AGENT STATE (yes/no). Note: To use this information, a special PC application is required. This is not supplied by Samsung. ACTION DISPLAY 1.

  • Page 408

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 861 SYSTEM OPTIONS FOR: OS500 Purpose: Sets a number of system options Options are: AUTO UPDATE TIME Updates the system time from the ISDN network (Enable / Disable) SYSTEM SPEED BIN...

  • Page 409

    SAMSUNG MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING MANUAL FEBRUARY 2004 MMC: 890 PORT CLEAR FOR: OS500 Purpose: MCP2 card. Allows you to clear a call process or initialise the database for specific stations or C.O. lines. Options are: CALL CLEAR Clear call process...

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