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DCS-816
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  • Page 1 DCS-816 General Description (for Europe)
  • Page 2 DCS-816 Programming Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING ..1–1 1.1 PROGRAMMING OVERVIEW ..........1–1 1.2 PROGRAMMING LEVELS............ 1–1 PART 2 PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ....2–1 2.1 PROGRAM LIST ..............2–1 2.2 PROGRAM PROCEDURES ..........2–2 2.3 DEFAULT DATA ..............
  • Page 4 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 CAUTION This manual describes standard settings. Some MMC codes and default data may be different from those shown depending on the country selected in MMC 812.
  • Page 5: Part 1 Introduction To Programming

    PART 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING 1.1 PROGRAMMING OVERVIEW The DCS-816 system arrives from the factory with default data. Connect it to trunks, stations and power, turn the system on and it is fully operational. The only thing left to do is customise the data to fit the customer’s needs. This is called programming the system.
  • Page 6 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 However, before you begin entering customer data: IMPORTANT When installing this system, and before doing any other programming, use MMC 812 first to select your country code and to reset and clear memory. This will ensure that you begin with clean, default data.
  • Page 7: Part 2 Programming Procedures

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 2 PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 2.1 PROGRAM LIST 100: STATION LOCK 401: C.O./PBX LINE 101: CHANGE USER PASSCODE 402: TRUNK DIAL TYPE 102: CALL FORWARD 403: TRUNK TOLL CLASS 103: SET ANSWER MODE 404: TRUNK NAME...
  • Page 8: Program Procedures

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 711: LCR TIME TABLE 733: AA PLAN TABLE 712: LCR ROUTE TABLE 734: AA MESSAGE MATCH 713: LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE 735: AA USE TABLE 714: DID NUMBER & NAME TRANSLATION 736: ASSIGN AA MOH...
  • Page 9: Default Data

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 2.3 DCS-816 DEFAULT DATA Station Programs 100: STATION LOCK All stations unlocked 101: CHANGE USER PASSCODE All station passcodes = 1234 102: CALL FORWARD None 103: SET ANSWER MODE All keysets ring Ring frequency default is 5...
  • Page 10 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 System Programs 200: OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING Closed (Disabled) 201: CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE Passcode = 1234 CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES DAY/NIGHT 0000 202: DISA ALARM 5678 ALARM CLR 8765 AA RECORD 4321 ASSIGN UA DEVICE None 203:...
  • Page 11 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 309: ASSIGN STATION MUSIC ON HOLD Tone 310: LCR CLASS OF SERVICE Least Cost Routing COS 1 312: ALLOW CLIP REV YES SND YES INFO C.O Tel. 314: CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL None 315: SET RELOCATION...
  • Page 12 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 500: Alarm Rem Cntr=5 – SYSTEM WIDE COUNTERS Auto Rdl Counter=5 DISA Call Cntr=99 DISA Lock Cntr=3 New Call Counter=99 UCD Visual Alarm=0 UCD Audio Alarm=0 UCD CS Level 1=0 UCD CS Level 2=0 501: SEE MMC 501 –...
  • Page 13 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 708: ACCOUNT CODE None 709: TOLL PASS CODE None 710: LCR DIGIT TABLE SEE MMC 710 711: LCR TIME TABLE All Day 0000: 1 LCR ROUTE TABLE 01: 1 C: 1 G: 9 M: 001...
  • Page 14: Special Applications

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 2.4 SPECIAL APPLICATIONS This part of the manual is titled “Special Applications” because it provides information about interfacing with customer–provided equipment (CPE) or using a feature in a different way than it was intended. Perhaps an application may require a combination of CPE, creative programming, unusual feature operation or all of the above.
  • Page 15: Voice Mail/auto Attendant Integration

    (VM/AA) system as well as the telephone system. This list details the capabilities provided by the DCS-816 for voice mail via in– band integration. Hardware Provisions •...
  • Page 16 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 signals may also be substituted for call progress tones to speed up voice mail call processing. This program allows call forwarding to a mailbox and bypassing of the main greeting for automatic message retrieval. Blind transfers may be performed because the recall will be correctly identified.
  • Page 17: Individual Station Page

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 INDIVIDUAL STATION PAGE The system was not designed to permit page announcements to individual keysets. However, a forced auto answer key (FAUTO) can be used to accomplish this. 1. Program a keyset for RING in MMC 103.
  • Page 18: Calling Line Indication Presentation (clip)

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 CALLING LINE INDICATION PRESENTATION (CLIP) Hardware Provisions ISDN trunk cards Software Provisions The MMCs related to CLIP are listed below with a short description of their use. They are listed in the recommended order in which they should be programmed. This sequence is suggested so that the installer gets a better understanding of how the feature works.
  • Page 19 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 displayed when a call rings at the user’s station. MMC 501 SYSTEM TIMERS This MMC has two new timers related to CLIP. The only timer that may need adjustment is the CLIP DISPLAY TIME. This is the length of time that CLIP data is displayed after the CLIP key is pressed.
  • Page 20: Toll Restriction (call Barring) Overview

    TOLL RESTRICTION (CALL BARRING) OVERVIEW DCS-816 allows each station to be assigned a class of service (COS) for use in the day mode and a COS for use in the night mode. This COS determines the station’s dialling class, which can be set to A through H.
  • Page 21 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Toll Deny Table Toll Allow Table Entry Digits BCDEFG Entry Digits BCDEFG 100000 0001 01865 111111 0850 111000 0891 100110 0898 100110 100000 0860 111000 The entry in the toll allow table is used to override the toll deny table for specific numbers, i.e.
  • Page 22 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 100 STATION LOCK DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to lock or unlock an individual station or all stations simultaneously. The three options are as follows: UNLOCKED Unlocks a locked station LOCKED OUT Not allowed to access C.O.
  • Page 23: Change User Passcode

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 101 CHANGE USER PASSCODE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to reset any keyset’ s passcode to its default value of “1234.” This MMC cannot display station passcodes; it can only reset them to default.
  • Page 24: Call Forward

    The MMC also allows call forward to be set after the destination has been entered. DCS-816 allows five types of call forwarding. FORWARD ALL, FORWARD NO ANSWER, FORWARD BUSY, FORWARD FOLLOW ME and FORWARD EXTERNAL. There is an additional option, FORWARD BUSY/NO ANSWER, that allows both of these options to be activated at the same time, provided that destinations have been entered for both.
  • Page 25 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next DEFAULT DATA: None RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 501 System-Wide Timers MMC 502 Station-Wide Timers MMC 701 Assign COS Contents...
  • Page 26: Set Answer Mode

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 103 SET ANSWER MODE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to change the answer mode of any keyset or add–on module (AOM). Each keyset or AOM can have its answer mode set to one of the following options: 0.
  • Page 27 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: All keysets ring Ring frequency default is 5 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 111 Keyset Ring Tone MMC 103 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 28: Station Name

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 104 STATION NAME DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to enter a name (up to 11 characters) to identify an individual station. Names are written using the keypad. Each key press selects a character.
  • Page 29 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Enter the station name using the procedure [205] STN NAME described above and press RIGHT soft key to SAM SMITH return to step 2 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next DEFAULT DATA: None RELATED ITEMS: “A”...
  • Page 30: Station Speed Dial

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 105 STATION SPEED DIAL DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to program the personal speed dial locations assigned to a station. This must be done for single line telephones because these stations cannot access programming. Each station may have up to 50 locations or bins assigned to it in MMC 606 Assign Speed Block.
  • Page 31: Station Speed Dial Name

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 5. Press “F” button to access MMC 106 Station Speed Dial Name Press TRSF to save and exit Press SPK to save and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: None RELATED ITEMS: MMC 106 Station Speed Dial Name MMC 606 Assign Speed Block “B”...
  • Page 32 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 106 STATION SPEED DIAL NAME DESCRIPTION: 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.
  • Page 33 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 If selected station has no speed dial bins, the [205] SPEED NAME display will be as shown and a new station SPDBLK NOT EXIST may be selected 3. Dial speed dial location (e.g., 01) [205] SPEED NAME...
  • Page 34: Key Extender

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 107 KEY EXTENDER DESCRIPTION: Used to view the programmable keys assigned to keyset stations. In addition, it allows the system administrator to assign key extenders to some keys making a general access feature key more specific. The feature keys that can have extenders are listed below.
  • Page 35 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next NOTE If the RIGHT soft key will not move the cursor to the right, you are attempting to add an extender to a key that cannot have one.
  • Page 36: Station Status

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 108 STATION STATUS DESCRIPTION: This is a read–only MMC. Displays the following attributes of a station port: PORT NO Slot (BDLI,BSLI,AA)/Port (1–12) TYPE Type of Phone PICKUP GROUP None, 01–08 Station Group Number BOSS–SECR...
  • Page 37 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 NIGHT COS NO: RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 302 Pickup Groups MMC 303 Assign Boss/Secretary MMC 601 Assign Station Group MMC 604 Assign Station to Page Zone MMC 108 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 38: Date Display

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 109 DATE DISPLAY DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to select the date and time display mode on a per–station basis or system–wide. COUNTRY Sets overall display format and has two options: 0 = ORIENTAL...
  • Page 39 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: COUNTRY: WESTERN CLOCK: CLOCK DISPLAY: LOWER CASE RELATED ITEMS: MMC 505 Assign Date and Time MMC 109 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 40: Station On/off

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 110 STATION ON/OFF DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set any of the keyset features listed below. AUTO HOLD Automatically places an existing C.O. call on hold if a CALL button, trunk key or trunk route key is pressed during that call.
  • Page 41 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Dial option number from above list [205] STN ON/OFF (0–7, e.g. 3) AUTO HOLD :OFF Press UP or DOWN to select option and press [205] STN ON/OFF RIGHT soft key to move cursor HOT KEYPAD :ON 4.
  • Page 42: Keyset Ring Tone

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 111 KEYSET RING TONE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to select the ring tone heard at each keyset. There are eight ring tones available. A short tone burst of the selection will be heard when the dial keypad is pressed.
  • Page 43: Alarm Reminder

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 112 ALARM REMINDER DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change the alarm clock/appointment reminder feature for any station. This must be done for single line telephones, as they cannot access programming. Two alarms may be set for each station and each alarm may be defined as a one–time or TODAY alarm or...
  • Page 44 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: Alarms set to NOTSET RELATED ITEMS: None MMC 112 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 45: View Memo Number

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 113 VIEW MEMO NUMBER DESCRIPTION: Allows a station user the ability to view a memo left by the user. A memo can be left by entering it via the dial keypad using the table below. MMC 116 (Alarm and Message) can be programmed to remind the user to read the memo.
  • Page 46 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: No memos entered RELATED ITEMS: “A” button is button #19 on keyset “B” button is button #20 on keyset “C” button is button #21 on keyset “D” button is button #22 on keyset “E”...
  • Page 47: Keyset Volume

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 114 KEYSET VOLUME DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set the volume for any or all keysets. 0 RING VOLUME Set a level for keyset ring volume. There are eight volume levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 8 the highest.
  • Page 48 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next DEFAULT DATA: RING VOLUME 4 OFF–HOOK RING VOLUME 4 HANDSET VOLUME 4 SPEAKER VOLUME 13 BGM VOLUME 13 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 111 Keyset Ring Tone...
  • Page 49: Set Programmed Message

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 115 SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set a programmed message at any or all keysets. There are 20 messages available: 10 are pre–programmed and 10 can be customised in MMC 715, Programmed Message. Programmed station messages are numbered 01–20.
  • Page 50: Alarm And Message

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 116 ALARM AND MESSAGE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change the alarm clock/appointment reminder feature for any station. This must be done for single line telephone because they cannot access programming. Two alarms may be set for each station and each alarm may be defined as a one–time or...
  • Page 51 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 116 [201] ALM REM(1) HHMM: èNOTSET Display shows 2. Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] ALM REM(1) HHMM: èNOTSET Press UP or DOWN to select station and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor [ALL] ALM REM(1) HHMM: èNOTSET...
  • Page 52: Set Clip Display

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 119 SET CLIP DISPLAY DESCRIPTION: Allows the technician to change the order in which the CLIP information is displayed on an LCD set. CLIP display options are as follows: NO DISPLAY No CLIP data will be displayed.
  • Page 53: Keyset Language

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 121 KEYSET LANGUAGE DESCRIPTION: Allows keyset users the ability to assign an LCD display based on user’ s own language. ENGLISH GERMAN PORTUGAL PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD...
  • Page 54: Open Customer Programming

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 200 OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING DESCRIPTION: Used to open (enable) and close (disable) customer–level programming. If programming is not opened and an attempt is made to access a system MMC, the error message [NOT PERMIT] will be displayed. A four-digit passcode is required to access this MMC.
  • Page 55 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 201 CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE DESCRIPTION: Used to change the passcode allowing access to MMC 200 Open Customer Programming from its current value. NOTE: The passcode is four digits long. Each digit can be 0–9. The current (old) passcode is required for this MMC.
  • Page 56 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 202 CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES DESCRIPTION: Used to change the passcodes for the following features: DAY/NIGHT, DISA ALARM, ALARM CLR and AA RECORD. NOTE: The passcode is four digits long. Each digit can be 0–9. The current (old) passcode is required for this MMC.
  • Page 57: Assign Ua Device

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 203 ASSIGN UA DEVICE DESCRIPTION: Assigns ringing device to be accessed when a Universal Answer (UA) key is pressed or the UA pickup code is dialled. UA assignment is made in MMC 601 Assign Station Group for a group and then the group is entered here. The UA device may be one of the device types listed below.
  • Page 58: Common Bell Control

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 204 COMMON BELL CONTROL DESCRIPTION: Determines whether the common bell relay contacts have an interrupted or continuous closure when activated. If interrupted is chosen, the relay follows an internal C.O. ring pattern of one second closed followed by three seconds open.
  • Page 59: Assign Loud Bell

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 205 ASSIGN LOUD BELL DESCRIPTION: Designates the station that controls the loud bell ring output of a base board (assigned in MMC 219, Common Relay Service Type). The loud bell will follow the ring cadence of the designated station. Only a station can be assigned to control the loud bell;...
  • Page 60: Barge–in Type

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 206 BARGE–IN TYPE DESCRIPTION: Sets the type of barge–in that is permitted. OPTION TYPE OF BARGE–IN DESCRIPTION NO BARGE–IN Barge–in feature is unavailable regardless of a station’ s barge–in status. BARGE–IN WITH TONE Barge–in will have an intrusion tone and display at the barged–...
  • Page 61: Assign Vm/aa Port

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 207 ASSIGN VM/AA PORT DESCRIPTION: 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. Only SLI cards, not keyset daughter- boards, support disconnect signal.
  • Page 62: Assign Ring Type

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 208 ASSIGN RING TYPE DESCRIPTION: Provides the flexibility to program single lines to have ICM ringing, C.O. ringing and data secure. With the many types of external ringing devices, all configurations can be met. All devices will also have a positive disconnect signal.
  • Page 63: Assign Add–on Module

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 209 ASSIGN ADD–ON MODULE DESCRIPTION: < Only for Reference > Designates to which station an add–on module (AOM) is assigned. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 64: Customer On/off

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 210 CUSTOMER ON/OFF DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set in system features. Each system option has a corresponding dialling number, as listed below. All options toggle ON/OFF. DISA PSWD Determine whether outside customers are required to enter DISA password (Yes=ON, No=OFF).
  • Page 65 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 IN TOLL CHK Enables toll checking for incoming call. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right Used to store data and advance to next MMC...
  • Page 66: Door Ring Assignment

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 211 DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Designates which devices will ring when a door phone button is pressed and which ring mode the devices will follow. There are two types of device that can ring; these are listed below with their default directory numbers.
  • Page 67: Disa Alarm Ringing Station

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 214 DISA ALARM RINGING STATION DESCRIPTION: Assigns the DISA alarm to ring at a specific phone. It is recommended that the person who can clear the alarm also receives the notification. There can be two distinct stations for notification.
  • Page 68: Common Relay Service Type

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 219 COMMON RELAY SERVICE TYPE DESCRIPTION: This MMC is used to define the function of the common relay in the base board. The relay can be used for one of the following: EXTERNAL PAGE...
  • Page 69: Isdn Service Type

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 220 ISDN SERVICE TYPE DESCRIPTION: Assigns the ISDN service type. Services consist of BC (Bearer Capability) and HLC (High Layer Capability). TYPE DESCRIPTION VOICE Voice service Speech Telephony FAX 3 G3 FAX service 3.1kHz Audio FAX G2/G3 AUDIO 3.1...
  • Page 70: Customer On/off Per Station

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC:300 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION DESCRIPTION: Allows the following features to be enabled on a per–station basis. ACCESS DIAL Determines whether a user can select a trunk or trunk group by dialling its directory number (DN). This selection should be turned OFF when using LCR.
  • Page 71 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] CUS.ON/OFF ACCESS DIAL :ON Press UP or DOWN to select station Press ANS/RLS for all and press RIGHT soft [ALL] CUS.ON/OFF key to move cursor ACCESS DIAL :ON Press UP or DOWN to select feature and [ALL] CUS.ON/OFF...
  • Page 72: Assign Station Cos

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 301 ASSIGN STATION COS DESCRIPTION: Used to assign a day and night class of service to each keyset. There are 10 different classes of service that are be defined in MMC 701, Assign COS Contents.
  • Page 73 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Enter night class of service (e.g., 05) [205] STN COS DAY:05 NIGHT:05 Press UP and DOWN to scroll through classes of service and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 to enter other stations...
  • Page 74: Pickup Groups

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 302 PICKUP GROUPS DESCRIPTION: Allows the assignment of stations into call pickup groups. There are eight pickup groups. An unlimited number of members can belong to each group. Stations can only be in one pickup group at any given time.
  • Page 75: Assign Boss/secretary

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 303 ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY DESCRIPTION: Assigns BOSS keysets to SECRETARY keysets. One BOSS station can have up to and including four SECRETARY stations, and one SECRETARY station can have up to and including four BOSS stations. A dedicated BOSS key must be programmed on the SECRETARY keyset(s).
  • Page 76: Assign Station/trunk Use

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 304 ASSIGN STATION/TRUNK USE DESCRIPTION: Allows trunks the ability on a per–station basis to answer incoming calls, to dial out or to do both. If a station is set to NO Dial, the station will not have the ability to place a call.
  • Page 77 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 316 Copy Station Usable MMC 406 Trunk Ring Assignment MMC 722 Station Key Programming MMC 723 System Key Programming MMC 304 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 78: Assign Forced Code

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 305 ASSIGN FORCED CODE DESCRIPTION: Allows the assignment of either account or authorisation codes on a per–station basis or on an all–station basis. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD...
  • Page 79: Hot Line

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 306 HOT LINE DESCRIPTION: Allows a station to make an intercom call to a station or station group. Alternatively, it seizes a trunk to allow a station the ability to make a predetermined outgoing call, upon the expiration of a timer (see MMC 501, System-Wide Timers, Off–Hook Selection Timer).
  • Page 80: Assign Background Music Source

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 308 ASSIGN BACKGROUND MUSIC SOURCE DESCRIPTION: Assigns a background music (BGM) source to keysets. There is a music source on the base board (switch select internal/external). The default directory number of a background music source is 371.
  • Page 81: Assign Station Music On Hold

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 309 ASSIGN STATION MUSIC ON HOLD DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to select which Music On Hold (MOH) source can be heard on each station. There are four possible selections for each music source: TONE, NONE, INTERNAL and EXTERNAL (customer–provided MOH source and switch select internal/external).
  • Page 82: Lcr Class Of Service

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 310 LCR CLASS OF SERVICE DESCRIPTION: Assigns the LCR class of service allowed for a station on a per–station basis. There are eight classes which may be assigned. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 83: Allow Clip

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 312 ALLOW CLIP DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to either: – allow or prevent receipt of CLIP data from the network – request or restrict sending of CLIP data to the network.
  • Page 84 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 5. Dial 0 ~ 3 to select option [205] ALLOW CLIP INFO: C.O Tel. Press UP or DOWN to select option and press [ALL] ALLOW CLIP right INFO: C.O Tel. soft key to move cursor to step 2 6.
  • Page 85: Confirm Outgoing Call

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 314 CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL DESCRIPTION: Allows outgoing call restriction, disconnect or confirm with tone. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...
  • Page 86: Set Relocation

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 315 SET RELOCATION DESCRIPTION: Used when a station moves its phone to another location (different port). All the previous data are moved to the new location automatically. ACTION DISPLAY Press TRSF 315 SET RELOCATION Display shows Dial the original station number (e.g.
  • Page 87: Copy Station Usable

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 316 COPY STATION USABLE DESCRIPTION: Copy the condition of station/trunk usability and station/station usability from one station to another station. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 88: Assign Station/station Use

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 317 ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE DESCRIPTION: Used to control whether a station can dial, and/or answer calls for, specific stations. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 89: Distinctive Ring

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 318 DISTINCTIVE RING DESCRIPTION: Sets a distinctive ring for stations. You can set both tone (T) and cadence (C) to one of eight ring values (1–8), or to follow the station ring (F–STN). PROGRAM KEYS UP &...
  • Page 90: Branch Group

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 319 BRANCH GROUP DESCRIPTION: Allows the assignment of stations into branch groups. There is a maximum of eight branch groups. When CO ring is ringing at station, any station assigned the same branch group can answer the incoming call by going off hook.
  • Page 91: Customer On/off Per Trunk

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 400 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK DESCRIPTION: Assigns several options (listed below) on a per–trunk basis. NOTE 1A2 Emulation means that a third party can be joined on an existing trunk conversation by pressing the DTS key for the line on their keyset.
  • Page 92: February

    SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: 1A2 EMULATE TRUNK INC DND TRUNK FORWARD LCR ALLOW RELATED ITEMS: None MMC 400 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 93 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 401 C.O./PBX LINE DESCRIPTION: Used to select the mode of the C.O. line. If the PBX mode is chosen, this allows PBX access codes to be recognised, thus allowing more complete toll restriction (call barring). This mode is assigned on a per–trunk basis. If a trunk requires the use of the RECALL key, it must be set to PBX mode.
  • Page 94 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 402 TRUNK DIAL TYPE DESCRIPTION: Used to determine the dialling type of each C.O. line. There are two options: pulse (rotary dial) , dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF). PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 95 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 403 TRUNK TOLL CLASS DESCRIPTION: Assigns toll class level assignments on a per–trunk or all–trunk basis in a day or night condition. The options for toll level will follow either the station class or the class of service defined in MMCs 702, Toll Deny Table, and 703, Toll Allowance Table.
  • Page 96 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Enter night toll class (e.g., 2) Press UP or DOWN to scroll through toll [704] TOLL CLASS classes and press RIGHT soft key to return to D:CLS–B N:CLS–B step 2 5. Press TRSF to store data and exit Press SPK to store data and advance to next DEFAULT DATA: All trunks F–STN day/night...
  • Page 97 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 404 TRUNK NAME DESCRIPTION: Allows a name (up to 11 characters) to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Names are written using the keypad. Each press of a key selects a character. Press the desired key to move the cursor to the next position. For example, if the directory name is “SAM SMITH,”...
  • Page 98 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Enter trunk name using the procedure [704] TRUNK NAME described above TELECOMS Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC...
  • Page 99 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 405 TRUNK NUMBER DESCRIPTION: Allows an 11–digit number to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Numbers are written using the keypad. Each press of a key selects a digit. Pressing the desired key moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the directory number is “426–4100,”...
  • Page 100 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 405 [701] CO TEL NO. Display shows 2. Dial trunk (e.g., 704) [704] CO TEL NO. Press UP or DOWN to select trunk and press RIGHT soft key to move the cursor 3.
  • Page 101 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 406 TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Enables ringing to a specific station or a group of stations or an auto attendant when incoming calls are received. This MMC controls both day and night locations. DEVICE...
  • Page 102 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: All trunks day:500, night:500 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 202 Change Feature Passcode MMC 507 Assign Auto Night Time MMC 601 Assign Station Group MMC 406 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 103 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 407 FORCED TRUNK RELEASE DESCRIPTION: Provides a positive forced trunk release to a specific trunk or all trunks in the event of a trunk lock–up. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 104 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 408 ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to select which Music On Hold (MOH) source can be heard on each trunk. There are four possible selections for each music source: TONE, NONE, INTERNAL and EXTERNAL (customer–provided MOH...
  • Page 105 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 409 TRUNK STATUS READ DESCRIPTION: 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 106 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC 402 Trunk Dial Type MMC 403 Trunk Toll Class MMC 404 Trunk Name MMC 406 Trunk Ring Assignment MMC 408 Assign Trunk Music On Hold Source MMC 410 Assign DISA Trunk MMC 409 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 107 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 410 ASSIGN DISA TRUNK DESCRIPTION: Allows the system the ability to have Direct Inward System Access (DISA). Because there is a possibility that unauthorised calls will be made via this feature, several safeguards have been added. The end user must be informed of these to prevent unnecessary service calls.
  • Page 108 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: All trunks normal RELATED ITEMS: MMC 500 System–Wide Counters MMC 101 Change User Passcode MMC 410 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 109 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 414 MPD/PRS SIGNAL DESCRIPTION: Used on a per-trunk basis to define if a C.O. line is to be either a Metering Pulse (MPD) or a Polarity Reversal Signal (PRS) trunk. A Meter Pulse Trunk will detect a C.O.-provided meter pulse. A Polarity Reversal trunk will detect the line reversal signal which may be provided by the C.O.
  • Page 110 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 415 REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to enable or disable the reporting of abandoned C.O. calls for which CLIP information has been collected on a per– trunk basis. There are two options for this MMC:...
  • Page 111 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 418 CARD RESTART DESCRIPTION: Enables any changes you make in MMC 419 (BRI Option) or MMC 423 (S/T Mode) and applies them, as appropriate, to BRI card that you restart. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN...
  • Page 112 When BRI line is point–to–multipoint configuration and is an MSN M MSN: line. DCS-816 system can manage up to eight MSN numbers for each MSN BRI access. Incoming calls through P–MP MSN ports are handled as set in MMC 421(MSN Digit). This table is effective only for one BRI access.
  • Page 113 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 • CHANNEL ANY (See above.) PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right Used to store data and advance to next MMC...
  • Page 114 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: CHANNEL ANY: YES BRI MODE:P–P NOR DLSEND:OVERLAP RELATED ITEMS: MMC 418 Card Restart MMC 421 MSN Digit MMC 423 S/T Mode MMC 714 DDI Number & Name Translation MMC 419 (Page 3 of 3)
  • Page 115 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 421 MSN DIGIT DESCRIPTION: Provides a method of assigning 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 116 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 421 [701]MSN DGT (1) Display shows DGT: 2. Enter trunk number (e.g. 704) [704]MSN DGT (1) DGT: Press UP or DOWN key to scroll through ISDN PORT and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.
  • Page 117 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 422 ASSIGN TRUNK COS DESCRIPTION: Used to assign a day and night class of service (COS) to each trunk. There are 10 different classes of service (numbered 01–10) defined in MMC 701 (Assign COS Contents). According to the assigned COS, an outside caller to the system via a DISA line without a passcode may have restricted access to system features.
  • Page 118 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: DAY CLASS: 01 NIGHT CLASS: 01 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 410 Assign DISA Trunk MMC 701 Assign COS Contents MMC 422 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 119 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 423 S/T MODE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system to choose 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"...
  • Page 120 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 424 S0 MAPPING DESCRIPTION: Generates a table by which an ISDN terminal number is mapped onto a BRI STATION port. For a detailed description and other MMC–related procedures, refer to the section BRI Related MMC Procedure in this manual.
  • Page 121 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 426 TRUNK GAIN CONTROL DESCRIPTION: This MMC procedure allows trunk gain control. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...
  • Page 122 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 428 ASSIGN TRUNK/TRUNK USE DESCRIPTION: Used to control whether a incoming trunk can dial calls for specific trunks. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS...
  • Page 123 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 500 SYSTEM–WIDE COUNTERS DESCRIPTION: sed to set the values of the system counters. The counters are listed below with a brief description of each. 0 ALARM REM. CNTER The number of times that an alarm reminder will ring a station before cancelling.
  • Page 124 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 500 ALARM REM.CNTER Display shows 05→ 2. Enter number from above list (e.g., 6) UCDS VISUAL ALARM 00→ Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.
  • Page 125 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 501 SYSTEM–WIDE TIMERS DESCRIPTION: Allows the technician to adjust individual timers as necessary. Any timer can be disabled by setting the time to all zeros (000). PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 126 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 TIMER TABLE TIMER NAME DEFAULT RANGE AA INT DGT TIME 05 SEC 1–25 SEC AA NO ACT TIME 10 SEC 1–25 SEC AA TRANS TIME 0 SEC 0-25 SEC ALERT TONE TIME 1000 MS 100–2500 MS ALM REM.INTERVAL...
  • Page 127 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 RECALL WAIT TIME 15 SEC 1–255 SEC SMDR START/DP 30 SEC 1–255 SEC SMDR START/DTMF 15 SEC 1–255 SEC SYS HOLD RECALL 45 SEC 0–255 SEC TRANSFER RECALL 20 SEC 0–255 SEC UCDS AUDIO ALARM 0 SEC 0–255 SEC...
  • Page 128 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 CALLBACK NO ANS: This timer controls the time before the callback is automatically cancelled when a callback detects Ring No Answer. CAMP ON RECALL: This timer controls the duration of time a camped–on call will stay at a destination before recalling to the transferring station.
  • Page 129 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DOOR LOCK RLSE: This timer controls the duration of time the door lock relay is activated. DOOR RING DETECT:This timer controls the duration of time before a call is answered by the door phone. DOOR RING OFF TM: This timer controls the duration of ringing at the door ring destination before automatically cancelling.
  • Page 130 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 LCR INTER DIGIT: This timer controls the grace period between dialling valid digits before dropping the call and returning the user to error tone. MCL DELAY TIME: This timer controls the time when the system should start transmitting Authorisation code after sending MCL Access code.
  • Page 131 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 2) If Originator is occupied: e–hold ße–hold recall timeà recall to originator ßrecall à recall toßrecallà disconnect transfer trsf recall time with off hook ring wait time operator disc.time SMDR START/DIAL This grace period timer starts SMDR recording for rotary PULSE (ROTARY): dialling.
  • Page 132 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 502 STATION–WIDE TIMERS DESCRIPTION: Allows certain station timer values to be changed on a per–station basis or for all stations. It is not advisable to change these values without assistance from Technical Support. 1 NO ANS FWD This timer controls how long the station will ring before Forward on no answer takes place.
  • Page 133 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Dial timer number from above list (e.g. 2) [205] DTMF DUR. 0100 MS →_ Press UP or DOWN key to select and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Enter new timer value (must be four digits, e.g.
  • Page 134 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 503 TRUNK–WIDE TIMERS DESCRIPTION: Allows certain trunk timer values to be changed on a per–trunk basis or for all trunks. It is not advisable to change these values (with the exception of trunk flash time) without assistance from Technical Support.
  • Page 135 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Enter new timer value (must be four digits, e.g., [704] DTMF DUR. 0600 MS →0700 0700) System returns to step 2 5. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: ANS.BAK TM...
  • Page 136 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 504 PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO DESCRIPTION: Allows the ability to change the value of pulses per second and the duration of the make/break time. This only affects rotary dial trunks. FEATURE KEYS Dial 0 Make/Break ratio (01–99)
  • Page 137 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 505 ASSIGN DATE AND TIME DESCRIPTION: Allows the system date and time to be set. This sets the system–wide clock. FEATURE KEYS 0–6 (0:SUN, 1:MON, 2:TUE, 3:WED, 4:THU, 5:FRI, 6:SAT) Month 01–12 Date 01–31 Year 00–99 (1990–2089)
  • Page 138 Provides the ability to customise the tone cadence on a system–wide basis. There are 14 tone cadences available. The tone control of the cadence may be changed from interrupt tone to continuous tone. Some DCS-816 systems may require default settings to comply with local operating companies.
  • Page 139 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Press UP or DOWN key to select tone control TRSFER TONE:0100 Press RIGHT soft key to advance to step 4 0100 0100 0100 Press LEFT soft key to return to step 2 4. Dial in new value for interrupt times (must be four...
  • Page 140 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 507 ASSIGN AUTO NIGHT TIME DESCRIPTION: Enters the system into night mode automatically by utilising time and day tables. A NIGHT key is not needed as the system will switch automatically. It is helpful to have a dedicated button so the status can be manually changed.
  • Page 141 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 508 CALL COST DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set the Call Cost attributes generated by the system during a call. This information can be displayed on the keyset LCD during a call or as an SMDR record.
  • Page 142 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: UNIT COST PER MP 200 pence CALL COST RATE 100 percent RELATED ITEMS: MMC 110 Station On/Off MMC 414 MPD/PRS Signal MMC 508 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 143 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 510 SLI RING CADENCE DESCRIPTION: Used to set ring cadence for SLI ports. Options are: Station ring Trunk ring Door ring Alarm ring Callback ring PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 144 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 512 ASSIGN HOLIDAY DESCRIPTION: Assigns holiday dates to a station for the current year. Station will remain in Night Service for those periods assigned. Up to 60 dates may be entered. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN...
  • Page 145 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 600 ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP DESCRIPTION: Used to assign operator group for day and night. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...
  • Page 146 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 601 ASSIGN STATION GROUP DESCRIPTION: The station groups that are available in this MMC provide more flexibility in the usage of Uniform Call Distribution (UCD/ACD), AA GROUP and VM/AA applications. A station, common bell, and ring page can be in more than one group, but must all be the same ring type.
  • Page 147 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 601 [500] STN GROUP Display shows TYPE:NORMAL GRP 2. Dial group number (e.g., 505) [505] STN GROUP TYPE:NORMAL GRP Press UP or DOWN key to select group and press LEFT soft key to move cursor to type of group Dial group type (0–3, e.g., 1)
  • Page 148 Pressing the next key moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the directory 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.” Continue selecting characters from the table below to complete your message.
  • Page 149 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 602 [501] SGR NAME Display shows 2. Dial group number (e.g., 505) [505] SGR NAME Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press LEFT or RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.
  • Page 150 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 603 ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP DESCRIPTION: Allows the assignment of trunks to a specific trunk group or to several trunk groups. This is very useful in the programming of LCR when more than one trunk is to be in several dialling plans.
  • Page 151 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 7. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: All analogue trunks are in trunk group 9 All digital trunks are in trunk group 80 RELATED ITEMS: LCR programming...
  • Page 152 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 604 ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE DESCRIPTION: Allows the technician to assign a keyset to any of the four internal paging zones and all page (page plus ∗). The total number of keysets that can receive a page is limited to 12.
  • Page 153 ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE DESCRIPTION: Determines which relays will close when external page zone is accessed. DCS-816 has one external page zone(5). NOTE One external page port and one common relay are located on the the base board. The page relay has default DNs of 361. Optional port is 362(MMC 219) PROGRAM KEYS UP &...
  • Page 154 The Free List shows how many bins are left to be assigned. One block has ten (10) entries. DCS-816 has a maximum of 500 entries in a system: 300 for System Speed while the rest can be allocated as personal numbers with a maximum of 50 per–station.
  • Page 155 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 6. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: System: 200 entries (20 blocks) Stations: One bin of 10 entries (1 block) RELATED ITEMS: MMC 705 Assign System Speed Dial...
  • Page 156 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 607 UCD OPTIONS DESCRIPTION: Allows the UCD group assigned in MMC 601 to have more specific values for several attributes. If UCD GROUP has not been programmed in the system, you may be presented with a warning and not allowed to enter this MMC NOTE: Can be made UCD group no.
  • Page 157 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 607 [507] UCD GROUP Display shows FIRST MSG : NONE 2. Dial UCD group number [507] UCD GROUP FIRST MSG : NONE Press UP or DOWN key Press RIGHT soft key 3.
  • Page 158 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 608 ASSIGN CLIP REVIEW BLOCK DESCRIPTION: Provides a means of adding or deleting CLIP review blocks to an individual keyset. With the ability to delete a block or blocks of speed dial, it will not be necessary to waste these on such items as voice mail, DPIMs or keysets that do not have displays.
  • Page 159 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 700 COPY COS CONTENTS DESCRIPTION: Provides the flexibility so that the technician can create a copy of a selected class of service or create another class of service options easily without the interruption of an existing class of service.
  • Page 160 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 701 ASSIGN COS CONTENTS DESCRIPTION: Similar to MMC 700 but does not allow a copy command. This MMC is primarily used for the creation of a new class of service. If the feature of unsupervised conference is allowed, a programmed CONF key must be available to allow reentry into conference call.
  • Page 161 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 5. Dial 0 for NO or 1 for YES COS CONTENTS(06) 12:DND : NO Press UP or DOWN key to select option Press LEFT soft key to return to step 4 Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 6.
  • Page 162 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 PAGE 4 Page zone 4 PAGING PAGE 5 Page zone 5 PAGING PAGE Q Page zone QPAGING PICKUP Call pickup SECURE Override secure SSPD TOL System speed dial toll check STN LOCK Station locking STNGRP 01...
  • Page 163 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 702 TOLL DENY TABLE DESCRIPTION: Provides a way to make toll restriction (call barring) very easy and flexible. There are 200 entries allowed in the deny table and each entry index can be assigned to a class of service.
  • Page 164 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: All entries are set to 0 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 701 Assign COS Contents MMC 703 Toll Allowance Table MMC 704 Assign Wild Character MMC 702 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 165 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 703 TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE DESCRIPTION: Provides a way to make toll restriction very easy and flexible. There are 200 allowable entries in the allow table and each entry index can be assigned to a class of service.
  • Page 166 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPK to store and advance to next MMC DEFAULT DATA: All entries are set to 0 RELATED ITEMS: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 701 Assign COS Contents...
  • Page 167 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 704 ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER DESCRIPTION: Provides flexibility to toll restriction (call barring) when a specific numbering plan is so desired. There are only three entry tables but more than one digit can be assigned per table if needed.
  • Page 168 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 705 ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL DESCRIPTION: Enables the assignment of system speed dialling numbers. There are 500 entries available for programming (see MMC 606). Each speed dial number consists of a trunk or trunk group access code followed by a separator and up to 24 digits to be dialled.
  • Page 169 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 “C” button is button #21 on keyset “D” button is button #22 on keyset “E” button is button #23 on keyset “F” button is button #24 on keyset MMC 705 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 170 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 706 SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME DESCRIPTION: Allows a name (up to 11 characters) to be entered for each system speed dial location. This name enables the speed dial number to be located when using the directory dial feature.
  • Page 171 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 706 SYS SPEED NAME Display shows 500: 2. Dial system speed entry number (e.g., 505) SYS SPEED NAME 505: Press UP or DOWN to select entry number and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3.
  • Page 172 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 707 AUTHORISATION CODE DESCRIPTION: Enables the authorisation feature on a per–class of service selection. There are 30 available entries. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 173 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 708 ACCOUNT CODE DESCRIPTION: Enables the account code entry feature. There are 200 available entries. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...
  • Page 174 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 709 TOLL PASS CODE DESCRIPTION: Provides a way to identify 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); there is a maximum of five (5) entries allowed. Also provides a way of identifying the access codes needed to work toll restriction when the user operates special CO–provided functions (SPECIAL CODE);...
  • Page 175 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 710 LCR DIGIT TABLE DESCRIPTION: The LCR DIGIT TABLE contains all numerical digits for the completion of outgoing call placement. This table works in conjunction with LCR ROUTE TABLE, LCR TIME TABLE and LCR MODIFY DIGITS TABLE. There is a maximum of 300 entries with a digit string length of 10 numerical digits.
  • Page 176 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 711 LCR TIME TABLE DESCRIPTION: This table gives the 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 177 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4 Dial time via keypad (24–hour format, e.g. 0800) LCR TIME (WED:B) Cursor moves to LCRT (reference MMC 712) HHMM:0800 LCRT: Dial entry 1–4 Press UP or DOWN to select entry and press LCR TIME (WED:B)
  • Page 178 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 712 LCR ROUTE TABLE DESCRIPTION: The LCR ROUTE TABLE is responsible for selecting a specific trunk group in the completion of an outward bound call. This table works in conjunction with LCR DIGIT TABLE, LCR TIME TABLE, LCR COS TABLE and LCR MODIFIED DIGITS TABLE.
  • Page 179 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 6. Dial MODIFY DIGITS index number 001–100 LCR ROUTE (05:2) (e.g., 050) C:4 G:81 M:050 Press UP or DOWN to selected index number and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor LCR ROUTE (05:2) Press RIGHT soft key to enter NO index number C:4 G:81 M:–––...
  • Page 180 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 713 LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE DESCRIPTION: This program entry, also referred to as Out Dial Rules, gives the system the ability to add or delete a digit string or single digit, if needed, to complete a call. A good example is adding a digit “1”.
  • Page 181 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 5. Enter digits to be appended (e.g., 45678) LCR MODIFY (005) A:45678_ Press RIGHT soft key to skip step or to store information and return to step 2. 6. Press TRSF to store and exit...
  • Page 182 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 714 DID NUMBER AND NAME TRANSLATION DESCRIPTION: Provides a method of assigning an incoming DDI call through ISDN to a specific station. If you have specified DDI service with your Network Carrier, you can match each DDI number to specific stations using this command according to the day or night mode.
  • Page 183 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 The # key can be used for special characters: #, space, &, !, :, ?, ., %, $, –, <, >, /, =, [, ], @, ^, (, ), _, +, {, }, |, ;, \, " and ~.
  • Page 184 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: There are four entries (01, 02, 03 and DIGITS 7QQQ DAY DEST NIGHT DEST CALL WAIT NOF DEL DGT NAME NONE NONE NONE NONE RELATED ITEMS: MMC 419 BRI Option MMC 714 (Page 3 of 3)
  • Page 185 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 715 PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE DESCRIPTION: Allows a 16–character (max.) custom message to be programmed. Messages are written via the keypad. Each press of a key selects a character. Pressing a different key moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the message is “Sunbathing,”...
  • Page 186 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Press UP or DOWN arrow to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor 3. Enter message via the dial keypad using the PGM.MESSAGE(11) above table (maximum 16 characters) Sunbathing Use “A” key to toggle uppercase/lowercase Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 above 4.
  • Page 187 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 716 UK LCR OPTION DESCRIPTION This MMC provides UK LCR options. Before using this MMC, make sure you have successfully run MMC 812 to set the country code. 0 NETWORK CODE Provides secondary network access code when the call is routed to the secondary network.
  • Page 188 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Enter index number (e.g., 3) PIN CODE Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key Press LEFT soft key to return to step 2 4. Enter the desired access via dial keypad and press...
  • Page 189 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 718 MY AREA CODE DESCRIPTION: This MMC is used for handling CID received from ISDN line for Memory or CID Review dial use. In some situation, crude CLI from network is not the type of later dialing purpose.
  • Page 190 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 720 COPY KEY PROGRAMMING DESCRIPTION: Provides a tool for duplicating key assignment from one keyset to another. This can be done on a per–station basis or on all stations, but not on a group of stations.
  • Page 191 Provides a service tool which minimises the accidental loss of programmable keys on DCS-816 keysets. The method of operation is simple — first the data is saved and then the station can be replaced with another station type or the keys can be reprogrammed to other features.
  • Page 192 Allows the customising of programmable keys on specific electronic keysets on the DCS-816 system. Buttons 1 and 2 are set as CALL buttons by default. Features are entered via dial pad keys by pressing the dial pad number the required steps to select the feature.
  • Page 193 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Using table above, press dial key pad number to [205] KEY (MAST) 18:NONE →GPIK_ make selection Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor to step 5 to enter extender, if required, or to return to step 2 5.
  • Page 194 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACCT ACCOUNT ALARM ALARM RING ANSWER AN/RLS ANSWER/RELEASE BARGE BARGE–IN BLOCK OHVA BLOCK BOSS BOSS / SECRETARY CALL CALL BUTTON CAMP STATION CAMP ON CANMG MESSAGE CANCEL CALLBACK CLIP CLIP CONF CONFERENCE UCD CALL WAITING STATUS...
  • Page 195 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 SPEED DIAL STORE STORE (CLIP) TRUNK GROUP TIMER TIMER UNIVERSAL ANSWER VM TRANSFER RELATED ITEMS: MMC 107 Key Extender MMC 722 (Page 4 of 4)
  • Page 196 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 723 SYSTEM KEY PROGRAMMING DESCRIPTION: This MMC is much like MMC 722, Station Key Programming. The main difference is that this MMC is system–wide rather than on a per–station basis. Features are entered via the dial keypad by pressing numbers as shown in the table.
  • Page 197 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. Using table above, press dial keypad number to TYPE:48 BTN SETS →GPIK make selection 18:DS Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor to step 5...
  • Page 198 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 BLOCK OHVA BLOCK BOSS BOSS / SECRETARY CALL CALL BUTTON CAMP STATION CAMP ON CANMG MESSAGE CANCEL CALLBACK CLIP CLIP CONF CONFERENCE UCD CALL WAITING STATUS CSNR CLIP SAVE NUMBER REDIAL DICT DICTATION DIRECTORY DLOCK...
  • Page 199 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 724 DIAL NUMBERING PLAN DESCRIPTION: Provides the access codes and dialling plan needed for operation of features and programs. The system comes with a wide range of acceptable numbering plans set as default and the option to customise the dialling plan. An error message is also provided in case an access/feature code is duplicated.
  • Page 200 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 724 STN DIAL NUMBER BASE01:201 → Display shows 2. Enter option number 0–7 (e.g., 6) FEAT DIAL NUMBER AAPLAY:NONE → Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key.
  • Page 201 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 CAMP CANMG CONF DICT None None DIRPK DISALM DLOCK DNDOVRD None FAUTO FLASH GRPK HDSET None HLDPK HOLD LISTN None MMPA MMPG MYGRPK None NIGHT None OHVA None OPER PAGE PAGPK PARK None PAUSE None...
  • Page 202 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 725 SMDR OPTIONS DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to select the information printed on the SMDR report. The following options may be selected to print on SMDR: 0.PAGE HEADER Determines whether a page header prints at the top of each page.
  • Page 203 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 The DIRECTORY NAME that appears on the SMDR header is programmed as follows. Names are written using the keypad. Each press of a key selects a character. Pressing the next key moves the cursor to the next position. For example, if the directory name is “SAM SMITH,”...
  • Page 204 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 3. Enter the number of lines per page in the LINE PER PAGE range 01–99 (e.g., 50) 50 LINE / PAGE Use the UP and DOWN keys to change the LINE PER PAGE number of lines and press the RIGHT soft key...
  • Page 205 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 14. If option 11 is selected at step 2 ABANDON CALL PRINT : YES 15. If option 13 is selected at step 2 NO. OF DIAL MASK 16. After all desired options have been selected,...
  • Page 206 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 726 VM/AA OPTIONS DESCRIPTION: Provides a flexible means of setting in–band signalling for voice mail or auto attendant parameters. There are eight main options for programming and several sub–options to customise the application. Simple YES/NO, numeric and alpha characters are required for setting VM/AA.
  • Page 207 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 4. RECALL A call is recalling the VM/AA port after being transferred and not answered. 5. DIR TRK CALL A C.O. call has gone directly to VM/AA (e.g., trunk 717 DIL to VM/AA). 6. OVERFLOW A call has OVERFLOWED to the VM/AA port from a station group.
  • Page 208 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 If option 0 is selected at step 2 EXT FOR DN1 If option 1 is selected at step 2 TRK FOR DN1 If option 2 is selected at step 2 EXT FOR DN2 If option 3 is selected at step 2...
  • Page 209 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 RINGBACK TONE: DND NO MORE: HDSET ANSWER: SPKER ANSWER: RELATED ITEMS: MMC 207 Assign VM/AA Port MMC 726 (Page 4 of 4)
  • Page 210 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 727 SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY DESCRIPTION: This is a read–only MMC. Used only for system version display. PROGRAM KEYS Used to store data and advance to next MMC ACTION DISPLAY 1. Press TRSF 727 ROM VERSION Display shows ’...
  • Page 211 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 728 CLIP TRANSLATION TABLE DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator or technician to associate a CLIP number received from the central office with a name programmed in this translation table. If there is no match between a received number and a name in this table, “no CLIP name”...
  • Page 212 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY Press TRSF 728 CLIP XLAT (001) Display shows first entry DIGIT: Dial entry number (e.g., 005) CLIP XLAT (005) DIGIT: Press UP or DOWN key to select and press RIGHT soft key Enter telephone number and press RIGHT soft...
  • Page 213 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 730 AA RECORD GAIN DESCRIPTION: Used to control AA record gain. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right Used to store data and advance to next MMC...
  • Page 214 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 731 AA RAM CLEAR DESCRIPTION: Used for clearing AA RAM on an AA card basis. Through this MMC, the system only accepts the first port, and the LCD shows its selection. This will erase the...
  • Page 215 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 732 AA TRANSLATION TABLE DESCRIPTION: This command gives more flexibility to the system by compiling a digit to Plan or Destination Translation Table, which performs the translation from dialled digit(s) into destination parts. Destination parts could be a station number, station group, REPEAT, Change Greeting Message Code or AA Plan Table.
  • Page 216 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 ACTION DISPLAY Press TRSF 732 AA TRANS TB(01) → 500 Display shows 01:0 Dial TABLE number (01 – 12, e.g. 02) AA TRANS TB(02) → Press UP or DOWN key to select and press RIGHT soft key Dial ENTRY number (01 –...
  • Page 217 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 733 AA PLAN TABLE DESCRIPTION: Used to call up the customer recorded and pre–recorded messages into plans compiled in MMC 732. Pre–recorded messages listed below can be applied and destinations can be programmed as required. Specific ports are programmed by MMC 735, AA Use Table.
  • Page 218 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Dial attribute number from above table (e.g. 1) AA PLAN PROG(02) NIGHT MSG :NONE Press UP or DOWN to select and press RIGHT soft key Dial value (e.g. 01) AA PLAN PROG(02) NIGHT MSG : 01...
  • Page 219 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 734 AA MESSAGE MATCH DESCRIPTION: This MMC allows up to five messages to be grouped together into a single transmission with its own identification number. For example, 05+07+13+16+64 = 01 (identification number). ACTION DISPLAY...
  • Page 220 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 735 AA USE TABLE DESCRIPTION: Assigns an AA PLAN TABLE to either an individual AA port or an AA group. The AA Plan Numbers are in the range 01 to 12. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN...
  • Page 221 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 736 ASSIGN AA MOH DESCRIPTION: Allows an AA MSG to be used as a Music On Hold (MOH) source. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 222 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 740 STATION PAIR DESCRIPTION: Allows a station to be assigned as a ‘secondary’ to a ‘primary’ DGP station (keyphone) in the system. This will allow all features to be set or cancelled from either station, and both will ring when the ‘primary’ receives a call.
  • Page 223 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 800 ENABLE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Used to open and close technician–level programming. If programming is not opened and an attempt is made to access a system MMC, the error message “ACCESS DENIED” will be displayed.
  • Page 224 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Enter 1 to enable or 0 to disable ENABLE TECH.PROG ENABLE Press UP or DOWN to select If not assigned any data in MMC 812, you have to select your Country Code ENABLE TECH. PROG...
  • Page 225 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 801 CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE DESCRIPTION: Used to change the passcode which allows access to MMC 800 (Enable Technician Program) from its current value. NOTE: The passcode is four characters long. Each character can be digits 0–9.
  • Page 226 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 802 CUSTOMER ACCESS MMC NUMBER DESCRIPTION: Allows customer to have access to certain MMCs. For example, it is advised that the customer have access to MMC 102, Call Forward, for call forwarding but it is not advised that the customer have access to MMC 710, LCR Digit Table, for LCR dial plans.
  • Page 227 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Customers have access (default = YES) to the following MMCs: MMC 802 (Page 2 of 2)
  • Page 228 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 804 SYSTEM I/O PARAMETER DESCRIPTION: Provides a means of setting parameters for the system I/O ports to work with one of the following: • a personal computer • SMDR recording • UCD statistics report/periodic UCD information Programming can be accomplished easily, using the tables below to customise any I/O port.
  • Page 229 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right Used to store data and advance to next MMC HOLD Used to clear entry (when valid)
  • Page 230 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 805 TX LEVEL AND GAIN DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set the base level of TX volume and the gain control for nine time–switch connect types. There are eight (8) volume levels which can be controlled by the VOL UP and DOWN key on the keyset.
  • Page 231 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 DEFAULT DATA: TX Level: 0 →0, 1 →1, 2 →2, 3 →3, 4 →4, 5 →5, 6 →6, 7 →7 SLT → SLT TSW Gain: : +0.0 SLT → ATRK : +0. 0 SLT → DTRK : +0.0 ATRK→...
  • Page 232 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 806 CARD PRE–INSTALL DESCRIPTION: Allows the pre–programming of a slot for a specific card. For example, after the system is installed and a new 8–Trunk card is added, running this program causes the system to accept the card for what it is and not for what it is not.
  • Page 233 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 807 VOLUME CONTROL DESCRIPTION: Allows the system administrator to set the level of keyset volume. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...
  • Page 234 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 Press RIGHT soft key to change the volume VOL.CONTROL:DGP level TX/RX THRES. :3 Press UP or DOWN key to scroll next volume Press RIGHT soft key to change the volume VOL.CONTROL:DGP level TX/RX COMP Press UP or DOWN key to scroll next volume...
  • Page 235 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 809 SYSTEM MMC LANGUAGE DESCRIPTION: Allows system programmer to assign a LCD display based on system programming language. ENGLISH GERMAN PORTUGAL PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...
  • Page 236 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 810 HALT PROCESSING DESCRIPTION: Used only in the event that all data processing is needed to be stopped in either a single slot or the entire system. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options...
  • Page 237 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 811 RESET SYSTEM DESCRIPTION: Provides two methods of restarting the system. The first method restarts the system and clears all memory. The second method restarts the system only. If clear all memory is selected, only the default data will return.
  • Page 238 SAMSUNG Programming DCS-816 February, 1999 MMC: 812 COUNTRY CODE DESCRIPTION: This MMC must be run by the installer before any other programming is done. Allows the system installer to select system software country version. After using this MMC, the installer must restart the system to make the selection effective.
  • Page 239 Part No.: GA68-60754A ED 01 Printed in Korea...
  • Page 240 DCS-816 Installation Manual (for Europe)
  • Page 241 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. Publication Information Samsung Electronics reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. Samsung Electronics also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.
  • Page 242 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 Table of Contents PART 1. SITE REQUIREMENTS..................1-1 PART 2. INSTALLING THE BASIC KSU … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 2-1 2.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND CAPACITY..................
  • Page 243 7.9 VOICE MAIL/ AUTO ATTENDANT (Figure 7-7) .................. 7-7 7.10 INFORMATION ON DCS-816 SERIAL INTERFACE (Figure 7-8)............. 7-8 PART 8. CHANGING SOFTWARE (FIGURE 8-1)… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 8-1...
  • Page 244: Part 1. Site Requirements

    DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 1. SITE REQUIREMENTS To install the DCS-816 system, choose a site that meets the following requirements. ü Select a location for the Key Service Unit (KSU) that has enough space for easy installation and adequate lighting. (KSU dimensions [mm]: 465 (H) x 315 (W) x 120 (D)) ü...
  • Page 245 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 NOTICE Only qualified engineers or technicians can have access to the inside of the system. In most countries, it is prohibited by law that non-qualified people install or maintain systems.
  • Page 246: Part 2. Installing The Basic Ksu

    The Trunk Expansion slot provides an option to select an analogue trunk card or a basic rate interface (BRI) card. The DCS-816 system also has some option cards to provide serial I/O ports or AA facilities. The KSU starts with 16 stations and the trunk expansion slot provides a maximum capacity of 8 trunk ports (analogue or digital) and 16 stations.
  • Page 247: Base Ksu

    The Trunk Expansion slot provides an option to select an analogue trunk card or a basic rate interface (BRI) card. The DCS-816 system also has some option cards to provide serial I/O ports or AA facilities. The KSU starts with...
  • Page 248: Unpacking And Inspection

    System Administration Manual 2.3 Mounting the KSU (Figure 2-1) DCS-816 can be wall-mounted and in that case the KSU should be mounted on a plywood backboard at least 15 mm thick. Attach the wall-mount bracket to the backboard with the screws supplied and hang the KSU on the bracket.
  • Page 249: Grounding The Ksu (figure 2-2)

    February, 1999 2.4 Grounding the KSU (Figure 2-2) DCS-816 comes equipped ready to use with the third wire AC ground provided through the power cord. This ground will be adequate for most applications. However, if it is suspected that there is...
  • Page 250 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 Details of the Champ Connections for 016 Base KSU The first 4 pins are non-connections, the next 16 pins are assigned to connections of trunk interfaces on a trunk interface card, the next 6 pins are for connections of miscellaneous circuits and the last 24 pins are assigned to connections of 12 DLI ports on the base board.
  • Page 251 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 Details of the Champ Connections for 216 Base KSU The first 4 pins are assigned to connections for 2 analogue trunk ports on the base board, the next 16 pins are assigned to connections of trunk interfaces on a trunk interface card, the next 6 pins are for connections of miscellaneous circuits and the last 24 pins are assigned to connections of 12 DLI ports on the base board.
  • Page 252 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 Details of the RJ-45 connections Eight pins of the RJ-45 connector are assigned to connections of SLT interface ports on the base board. Pin No. Circuits/ Functions Remarks Tip, 1 SLT port (STN 13) on the base board...
  • Page 253: External Battery Connection (figure 2-4)

    2.6 External Battery Connection (Figure 2-4) It is recommended that an external battery should be installed to backup the system in case of AC power failure. The DCS-816 system is equipped with battery charging and discharging circuits to interface with an external battery.
  • Page 254: Selecting Options On The Basic Ksu (figure 2-5)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 2.7 Selecting Options of the Basic KSU (Figure 2-5) There are some hardware options to select in the Basic KSU: Memory Backup Selection, Music Source Selection and MPD/ PRS selection for the analogue trunk ports on the Base board.
  • Page 255 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 MPD/PRS MPD/PRS Socket Socket for TRK1 for TRK2 MUSIC SOURCE MEMORY BACKUP SELECTING OPTIONS ON THE BASIC KSU FIGURE 2-5 2-10...
  • Page 256: Part 3. Installing Option Cards And Trunk Cards (figure 3-1)

    Contact the local distributor for advice immediately. The DCS-816 system has one (1) trunk expansion slot for a trunk card and two (2) option connections for SIO and AA. See Figure 3-1.
  • Page 257: Sio1 Option Card (figure 3-2)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 3.1 SIO1 Option Card (Figure 3-2) Two (2) serial interfaces with DB9 connectors There are no hardware options to select on this card. Only one card can be installed at the dedicated location. Ensure that it is fully inserted into two (2) card connectors.
  • Page 258: 4trk Card (figure 3-3)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 3.3 4TRK Card (Figure 3-3) Four (4) analogue trunk interfaces with MPD or PRS option The card has four (4) interfaces for MPD or PRS optional chips. Install any MPD or PRS chip before installing the card. Concerning PRS and 50Hz MPD facilities, the capacitors marked on Figure 3-3 should be replaced with wire jumpers.
  • Page 259: 2bri Card (figure 3-4)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 3.5 2BRI Card (Figure 3-4) Two (2) ISDN BRI ports There are no hardware options to select on this card. This card supports both S and T reference points defined by ITU-T. You can select the S/T mode of each port respectively by programming (MMC).
  • Page 260: Part 4. Power-up Procedure

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 4. POWER-UP PROCEDURE 4.1 Connect Power to the System (Figures 4-1 and 4-2) It is recommended that you verify system operation and then make the external connections. The procedures are as follows: Ø Remove any cables for external connections from the system if you have already plugged any cables in.
  • Page 261 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 LEDs AC Power Switch FIGURE 4-1 CONNECTING POWER TO THE SYSTEM EXTERNAL BATTERY FUSE DC FUSE AC FUSES FIGURE 4-2 REPLACING FUSES (POWER SUPPLY UNIT)
  • Page 262: Monitor Led Indication And Memory Backup Selection

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 4.2 Monitor LED Indication and Memory Backup Selection After verifying proper operation of the power supply, turn your system ON to check the operation of the monitor LED on the base board. The LED should flicker rapidly indicating the main processor is functioning.
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  • Page 264: Part 5. Connecting Pstn Circuits

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 5. CONNECTING PSTN CIRCUITS 5.1 Safety Precautions To prevent risk of personal injury, follow these precautions at all times when connecting PSTN circuits. ü The Protective Earth (PE) should be firmly connected to the system at all times.
  • Page 265: Loop-start Lines (figure 5-1)

    5.2 Loop-start Lines 5.2.1 Loop-start Lines for 016 Base KSU (Figure 5-1) The DCS-816 system requires MDF connection for analogue trunk (loop-start) lines. Eight(8) analogue trunk lines can be connected to the system if an 8TRK card is installed in the expansion slot.
  • Page 266: Loop-start Lines For 216 Base Ksu (figure 5-2)

    February, 1999 5.2.2 Loop-start Lines for 216 Base KSU (Figure 5-2) The DCS-816 system requires MDF connection for analogue trunk (loop-start) lines. Ten (10) analogue trunk lines can be connected to the system if an 8TRK card is installed in the expansion slot.
  • Page 267: Off Premise Extension (opx) (figure 5-3)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 5.3 Off Premise Extension (OPX) (Figure 5-3) The Basic KSU is equipped with four (4) SLI interfaces and only the first two (2) SLI interfaces are specially designed for Long Line or Off Premise Extension (OPX) connections. The interfaces have the same over-voltage and over-current protection circuits as an analogue trunk interface.
  • Page 268: Isdn Bri Lines (figure 5-4)

    February, 1999 5.4 ISDN BRI Lines (Figure 5-4) The DCS-816 system requires MDF connection for ISDN BRI (Basic Rate Interface) lines. The system has a trunk expansion slot where a 4BRI card or a 2BRI card can be installed. All connections for ISDN BRI lines can be done through the champ connector on the base board.
  • Page 269: Part 6. Connecting Station Equipment

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 6. CONNECTING STATION EQUIPMENT 6.1 Safety Precautions To prevent risk of personal injury, follow these precautions at all times when connecting station equipment. ü The Protective Earth (PE) should be firmly connected to the system at all times.
  • Page 270: Digital Keysets (figure 6-1)

    February, 1999 6.2 Digital Keysets (Figure 6-1) A variety of Samsung Digital Keysets can be connected to the DCS-816 system which can accommodate a maximum of 12 keysets. The system requires MDF connection for digital keysets and all connections can be done through the champ connector on the base board. See Figure 2- 3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).
  • Page 271: Single Line Telephones (figure 6-2)

    DCS-816 February, 1999 6.3 Single Line Telephones (Figure 6-2) The DCS-816 system has four (4) SLT interfaces to which conventional telephones or OPX lines can be connected. The system requires MDF connection for single line telephones and all connections can be done through the RJ-45 connector on the base board. See Figure 2-3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).
  • Page 272: Door Phone And Door Lock Release (figure 6-3)

    DLI port of DCS-816. The system requires MDF connection for DPIM modules and modular jack connection for a door phone or a door lock release. DPIM connections can be done through the champ connector on the base board.
  • Page 273: Ctm - Cti Module (tapi) (figure 6-4)

    (PC) interface, which can be connected to any DLI port of DCS-816. The system requires MDF connection for CTM modules and modular jack connection for a keyset. A PC may connect to the module via the DB9 connector. See Figure 2-3 and refer to section 2.5 (MDF Cabling).
  • Page 274: Isdn Te (isdn Phone, G4 Fax, Etc) (figure 6-5)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 6.6 ISDN TE (ISDN phone, G4 FAX, etc) (Figure 6-5) ISDN Terminal Equipment can be connected to any circuit on the BRI card if installed. described in section 5.4, the system provides So as well as To application on a port basis. The system requires MDF connection for a BRI card and the connection can be made through the champ connector.
  • Page 275: Part 7. Connecting Optional Equipment

    PART 7. CONNECTING OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 7.1 Music-on-Hold/ Background Music (Figure 7-1) The DCS-816 system provides one music channel which is from the built-in melody chip (internal) or an external music source (CD player, radio etc). Section 2.7 describes how to select the source.
  • Page 276: External Paging (figure 7-2)

    DCS-816 February, 1999 7.2 External Paging (Figure 7-2) The DCS-816 system is equipped with an interface for external paging. It can be connected to customer-provided paging equipment. The interface is designed to match 600 Ohm and an impedance matching transformer may be required if the impedance of the paging equipment is not 600 Ohm.
  • Page 277: Common Bell (figure 7-3)

    A customer-provided loud ringing device can be controlled by the general-purpose dry contact of the DCS-816 system by means of the relevant program (MMC). Note that the dry contact is rated 24VDC, 1 Amp. The system requires MDF connection for the dry contact and the connection can be made through the champ connector.
  • Page 278: Ring Over Page

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 7.4 Ring Over Page When a customer-provided paging system is installed (refer to section 7.2), incoming calls can be assigned to Ring Over Page (ROP). By means of the relevant program (MMC), program a line or lines to ring a hunt group and assign ROP as a destination in this hunt group.
  • Page 279: Pc Programming (figure 7-5)

    The signal DCD (1) and RTS (7) are optional, which means the system does not refer to the signal status. For specific equipment, DSR (6) may not detect the DTR signal from the external source. In this case, connect the DTR signal wire to the DCD (pin 1) of the DCS-816 serial interface.
  • Page 280: Remote Programming (figure 7-6)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 7.7 Remote Programming (Figure 7-6) To remotely program the system, connect a customer-provided modem to one of the serial interface connectors (DB9) on an SIO1 option card (Figures 3-1 and 3-2). Before connecting the modem, ensure that the system power is turned OFF. Any external battery, if installed, should also be removed.
  • Page 281: Voice Mail/ Auto Attendant (figure 7-7)

    February, 1999 7.9 Voice Mail / Auto Attendant (Figure 7-7) The DCS-816 system provides special programming and hardware for a customer-provided Voice Mail / Auto Attendant (VM/AA) system. All SLI circuits are designed to provide a disconnect signal required for VM/AA operation. The system requires MDF connection for single line telephones and all connections can be made through the RJ-45 connector on the base board.
  • Page 282: Information On Dcs-816 Serial Interface (figure 7-8)

    DCS-816 February, 1999 7.10 Information on DCS-816 Serial Interface (Figure 7-8) There is a variety of data terminal equipment and data communication equipment at sites and sometimes it may be confusing how to connect the equipment to the SIO1 card. Generally, the connections described in sections 7.5 to 7.7 are sufficient to work most equipment.
  • Page 283: Part 8. Changing Software (figure 8-1)

    SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 8. CHANGING SOFTWARE (Figure 8-1) In order to easily replace the system software, it may be necessary to partially disassemble the KSU. Follow this procedure step by step. 1. Read carefully the instructions released with the new software or contact your distributor or dealer for advice.
  • Page 284 SAMSUNG Installation DCS-816 February, 1999 U703 U704 U705 U706 EVEN EVEN CHANGING SOFTWARE FIGURE 8-1...
  • Page 285 Part No.: GA68-60751A ED 01 Printed in Korea...
  • Page 286 DCS-816 System Administration Special Features Guide...
  • Page 287 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. Publication Information Samsung Electronics reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. Samsung Electronics also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.
  • Page 288 You can have more than one operator, or set your system to be used without an operator. The designated system administrator can access specific programs and modify some functions to manage the DCS-816 telephone system in a better way. Instructions are detailed and easy to follow. When assistance is needed, contact your installation and service company.
  • Page 289 SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS PART PART 1. SPECIAL FEATURES NIGHT SERVICE OPERATION ..........1-1 AUTOMATIC NIGHT SERVICE ..........1-1 MANUAL NIGHT SERVICE ..........1-1 CALLING THE SYSTEM OPERATOR ........ 1-1 OPERATOR RECALLS ............
  • Page 290 SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 3. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAMMING 3.1 CUSTOMER-LEVEL ACCESS ..........3-1 3.2 SET DATE AND TIME DISPLAY ..........3-1 3.3 RESET STATION PASSCODES TO DEFAULT ....... 3-2 3.4 PROGRAM STATION NAMES ..........3-3 3.5 PROGRAM TRUNK NAMES ............
  • Page 291: Part 1. Special Features

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 1. SPECIAL FEATURES 1.1 NIGHT SERVICE OPERATION (AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL) Your system is designed to have an alternative mode of operation generally designated as Night Service. Night Service permits incoming calls to ring differently to those during normal day operation.
  • Page 292: Executive Barge-in

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 1.6 EXECUTIVE BARGE-IN If you want to break into another station's conversation, you must be allowed to barge-in and the other station must not be secure. • Dial the desired extension number and listen for the busy signal.
  • Page 293: Direct Inward System Access (disa)

    NOTE: A station can be in more than one group. 1.9 DIRECT INWARD SYSTEM ACCESS (DISA) From outside the office, selected individuals can call into the DCS-816 system on special DISA line(s). A security code must be entered to gain access. Once these individuals are in the system, they can: •...
  • Page 294: Forced Account Codes

    • Press the ACCT CODE key again, then press TRSF (or hookflash on a single line telephone (SLT)). If a correct code is entered, you will hear DCS-816 dial tone and you can make an outside call in the usual manner. If an incorrect code is entered, the station returns error tone.
  • Page 295: Part 2. Calling Line Identification

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 2. CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION (CLIP) SPECIAL FEATURES 2.1 INVESTIGATE Investigate allows selected stations with a special class of service to investigate any call in progress. If CLIP information is available for an incoming call, you will know to whom this station user is speaking.
  • Page 296: Part 3. System Administrator Programming

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 PART 3. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAMMING 3.1 CUSTOMER-LEVEL ACCESS Before any customer programs can be accessed, you must first open system programming using the passcode you have been assigned. This must be done using an LCD 24B keyset.
  • Page 297: Reset Station Passcodes To Default

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 Verify time and date OLD: 2070798:1545 Reenter if necessary NEW: MMDDYY:HHMM Press the right soft key to return to step 2 OR press TRSF to store and exit programming OR press SPK to store and advance to the next program.
  • Page 298: Program Station Names

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 3.4 PROGRAM STATION NAMES This program is used to assign a name or identification to each extension. You may assign a name up to 11 characters long. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll and move cursor.
  • Page 299: Program Trunk Names

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 COUNT> DIAL 0 < > DIAL 1 space DIAL 2 DIAL 3 DIAL 4 DIAL 5 DIAL 6 DIAL 7 DIAL 8 DIAL 9 DIAL The # key can be used for the following special characters: #, space, &, !, :, ?, ., %, $, -, /, =, [, ], @, ^, (, ), _, +, {, }, |, ;, \, "...
  • Page 300: Program Station Group Names

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 3.6 PROGRAM STATION GROUP NAMES This program is used to assign a name or identification to each station group (501-504). You may assign a name up to 11 characters long.
  • Page 301: Program System Speed Dial Numbers

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 3.7 PROGRAM SYSTEM SPEED DIAL NUMBERS The system list starts with 200 numbers and can be increased in blocks of 10. The maximum amount is 300 numbers if no more than 200 station speed dial numbers are assigned.
  • Page 302: Program System Speed Dial Names

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 Press TRSF to store and exit programming OR press SPK to store and advance to the next program DEFAULT DATA: NO SPEED NUMBERS ASSIGNED 3.8 PROGRAM SYSTEM SPEED DIAL NAMES This procedure allows a name to be assigned to each system speed dial location.
  • Page 303: Program Personal Speed Dial Numbers For Other Stations

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 3.9 PROGRAM PERSONAL SPEED DIAL NUMBERS FOR OTHER STATIONS Individual station users can program their own numbers, but in cases where this is not practical, or for single line telephone users, this program allows a system administrator to view or change any station's speed dial numbers.
  • Page 304: Program Personal Speed Dial Names For Other Stations

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 Dial the location number (e.g., 05) [205] SPEED DIAL OR press UP or DOWN to select location and press 05 : _ the right soft key to move the cursor OR press the left soft key to return to step 2 Enter the trunk access code (e.g., 0) followed by...
  • Page 305: Create Programmed Station Messages

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 If the selected station has no speed dial bins, this [205] SPEED DIAL display will be shown and a new station may be SPDBLK NOT EXIST selected Dial the speed dial location (e.g., 05)
  • Page 306 SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 Press TRSF to store and exit programming OR press SPK to store and advance to the next program 3.12 SET ALARM/APPOINTMENT REMINDER WITH MESSAGE Keyset users can set their own alarms but standard telephone users cannot. The system administrator can set alarm/appointment reminders for other stations in the system.
  • Page 307: Managing Key Assignments

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 press the right soft key to move the cursor Enter the messages using the procedure in Program [205] ALM REM (2) Station Names (above) and press the right soft key to...
  • Page 308: Programming Account Codes

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 OPERATION Press TRSF 107 [201] KEY EXTEND 01 : CALL1 Dial the station number (e.g., 205) [205] KEY EXTEND OR use UP or DOWN to scroll through the station 01 : CALL1...
  • Page 309: Setting Individual Forward No Answer Timers

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 move the cursor back to step 2 Press TRSF to store and exit programming OR press SPK to store and advance to the next program 3.15 SETTING INDIVIDUAL FORWARD NO ANSWER TIMERS Each station can have an individual call Forward No Answer timer to accommodate station users with different individual work habits.
  • Page 310: Adding Names To The Translation Table

    SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 3.16 ADDING NAMES TO THE TRANSLATION TABLE This program allows the system administrator or technician to associate a CLIP number received from the central office with a name programmed in this translation table. If there is no match between a received number and a name in this table, [no CLIP name] will be displayed.
  • Page 311 SAMSUNG System Administration and Special Features Guide DCS-816 February, 1999 Dial an entry number (e.g., 005) CLIP XLAT (005) OR use UP or DOWN to scroll through entries and DIGIT : _ press the right soft key to select entry...
  • Page 312: System Access Codes

    February, 1999 SYSTEM ACCESS CODES The DCS-816 system has the following preset (default) feature access codes. These codes can be used if a key is not available for the feature you want to use. Standard telephone users must always dial these codes.
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