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Subscriber access and network termination for isdn services.
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SANTIS-ab
Subscriber Access and
Network Termination for ISDN Services

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  • Page 1 User Manual for SANTIS-ab Subscriber Access and Network Termination for ISDN Services...
  • Page 2 230VAC / 50Hz SIEMENS LED for local feeding LED for remote feeding a/b1 a/b2...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Safety Instructions... 4 2. Operating Modes ... 5 3. Installation ... 6 4. Configuration ... 8 5. Table of Configuration Commands... 12 6. Troubleshooting ... 26 7. Pin Allocations of the Sockets ... 27...
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    1. Safety Instructions • Place the SANTIS-ab near a 230 V outlet. • Do not open the case. • Clean the case only with dry or moist cloth. Never immerse into water. • If the SANTIS-ab is damaged, inform immediately your...
  • Page 5: Operating Modes

    2. Operating Modes The connection to the public telephone network as well as the selection of one of the following three operating modes must be done by an authorized person, e.g. telecom staff: 1. NT+2ab 2. NTBA 3. Pairgain S- and a/b-interfaces available Only S-interface available Only a/b-interfaces available...
  • Page 6: Installation

    3. Installation • If both the green LEDs light steadily, the SANTIS-ab is ready for operation (see figure on page 2). The following installation-steps can be done by everyone. • The SANTIS-ab can be wall-mounted or placed on the desk (piling of more units is also possible).
  • Page 7 • Connection of the terminal equipments: The sockets for the analog equipments (e.g. telephones, gr.2/3 fax machines, modems) are designated with «a/b1» and «a/b2», those for the ISDN terminal equipments with «S» (e.g. ISDN-telephones, PC with ISDN-card, gr.4 fax machines). See figure on page 2.
  • Page 8: Configuration

    • The configuration is done by means of an analog telephone set equipped with tone dialing, having both Remark: In normal use SANTIS-ab recognizes both pulse and tone dialing. • If the NT+2ab mode is selected, all the configuration commands can be set from both the a/b-interfaces without any restrictions.
  • Page 9 If the configuration access (CA) is restricted (can be set and changed by authorized persons, e.g. telecom staff), the configuration for the a/b1-interface can only be done via the a/b1-interface and vice versa for the a/b2-interface. This mode is called NT+2ab/CA restr. If the Pairgain mode is selected, the configuration access is automatically restricted, i.e.
  • Page 10 The settings are executed as follows. See also flow chart on next page. 1. Hook off and wait for dial tone → The dial tone is switched off 2. Dial 3. Dial the command number and parameter value according to the tables in chapter 5.
  • Page 11 Start: Hook off Dial Input command number Input parameter value Dial Setting over? End: Hook on...
  • Page 12: Table Of Configuration Commands

    5. Table of Configuration Commands Parameter-Reset Command-No / Meaning reset of all parameters to the default value All parameters having a default value are affected. The default values are set in the factory and can be reseted by this command. Restrictions for NT+2ab/CA restr.
  • Page 13 Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN) Command-No / Meaning 1st MSN for a/b1 2nd MSN for a/b1 3rd MSN for a/b1 1st MSN for a/b2 2nd MSN for a/b2 3rd MSN for a/b2 *) No digits for 1st MSN means, that no MSN is programmed. MSN means ‘Multiple Subscriber Number’...
  • Page 14: Hot Line

    Hot Line Command-No / Meaning hot line number for a/b1-interface hot line number for a/b2-interface hot line switch for a/b1-interface hot line switch for a/b2-interface Hot line means that a predefined number is dialed automatically after hook off (e.g. baby-call, alarm-call). In order to switch the hot line off, hook off and start immediately to dial the off- command.
  • Page 15 Emergency Mode Priority Switch Command-No / Meaning emergency mode priority *) First hooked off, first served Emergency mode means failure of the mains. Then only one terminal equipment can be operated at either the S- or one of both the a/b-interfaces. The preferred interface can be selected by this command.
  • Page 16 (HLC) In order to have all the benefits of an ISDN the SANTIS-ab should know the type of terminal equipment connected to both the a/b-interfaces. Restrictions for NT+2ab/CA restr. and Pairgain: a/b1 via a/b1 only; a/b2 via a/b2 only.
  • Page 17 Clear Back Time Delay Switch Command-No / Meaning clear back time delay at a/b1-interface clear back time delay at a/b2-interface If you answer a phone call, you can hook on and the connection is still available, if you hook off again within 3 minutes (the caller must not hook on).
  • Page 18 PABX-Switch Command-No / Meaning address selection If both the a/b-interfaces are connected to a PABX, this parameter should be set to ‘1’. Restrictions: NT+2ab/CA restr.: Can only be set by authorized persons. Pairgain: Automatically set to ‘1’ and can not be changed. Parameter value 0 = standard 1 = PABX...
  • Page 19 Metering Pulse Switch Command-No / Meaning Metering pulses at a/b1-interface Metering pulses at a/b2-interface Some terminal equipments (e.g. modems) do not work correctly, if metering pulses are sent. Thus it is possible to switch them off. Restrictions for NT+2ab/CA restr. and Pairgain: a/b1 via a/b1 only;...
  • Page 20 The incoming call can be answered by finishing the ongoing call (hook on, SANTIS-ab rings, hook off). The call waiting tone can be switched off, e.g. if a fax machine or a modem is connected to the a/b-interfaces.
  • Page 21 Metering Calculation Command-No / Meaning amount for one metering pulse currency factor Example for US$: 1 pulse = 10 cents, thus dial 1 US$ = 100 cents, thus dial Restrictions for NT+2ab/CA restr. and Pairgain: Can only be set by authorized persons. Parameter value 1 to 8 digits 1 to 8 digits...
  • Page 22 Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) Switch Command-No / Meaning CLIR at a/b1-interface CLIR at a/b2-interface In the ISDN world the number of the caller is submitted to the called party. CLIR means ‘Calling Line Identification Restriction’, i.e. the caller number is not submitted. Additionally the CLIR-service must be activated in the central office by your network provider.
  • Page 23: Configuration Example 1

    Configuration Example 1: Priorising a/b-interfaces during emergency mode 1. Hook off and wait for dial tone, then dial → the dial tone is switched off 3. When a permanent tone is switched on, hook on.
  • Page 24: Configuration Example 2

    Configuration Example 2: A fax machine gr.3 is connected to the a/b1-interface. Thus the MSN and HLC are to be set: MSN = 456, HLC = fax gr.2/3 for a/b1. 1. Hook off and wait for dial tone, then dial →...
  • Page 25 Remarks: • There is a time limitation for the programming. If one sequence is not finished within 30 seconds, an internal generated busy tone will be switched on. • Check if the programming was successful with test calls between two a/b-interfaces or from an ISDN-telephone set to an analog one and vice versa.
  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    If the LED designated with ‘remote feeding’ is off and remains off for some minutes, inform your network provider. 2. Check the correct connection of the terminal equipments to the SANTIS-ab. Analog equipments must be connected to a/b1 and a/b2, digital equipments to S.
  • Page 27: Pin Allocations Of The Sockets

    7. Pin Allocations of the Sockets Interface a/b1, a/b2 S receive S transmit Pins 4 & 5 3 & 6 4 & 5...
  • Page 28 Release 1.1 / 07.96 A1608-X6-A-2-7619 USER11.DOC Siemens Switzerland Ltd.

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