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Empowered by Innovation
Networking Manual
P/N 0893207
Rev 3, June 2006
Printed in U.S.A.
5.24
Technical Support Web Site:
http://ws1.necii.com (registration is required)

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  • Page 1 Empowered by Innovation Networking Manual P/N 0893207 Rev 3, June 2006 Printed in U.S.A. 5.24 Technical Support Web Site: http://ws1.necii.com (registration is required)
  • Page 2 No representation is made that this manual is complete or accurate in all respects and NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. shall not be liable for any errors or omissions. In no event shall NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. be liable for any incidental or consequential damages in connection with the use of this manual. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ............1 About Aspire Networking .
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Hold ..............71 Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) .
  • Page 5 Table of Contents 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup ........126 Description.
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing ......... . . 162 Description.
  • Page 7 Table of Contents 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing ....185 Description........... . 185 Feature Cross Reference .
  • Page 8 Table of Contents 44-06 : Additional Dial Table ......... . . 206 Description.
  • Page 9 Table of Contents 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup ..... . 233 Description........... . 233 Feature Cross Reference .
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Table of Contents - 8 ◆ Aspire Networking Manual...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Introduction About Aspire Networking Introduction About Aspire Networking Introduction What is Networking? The Aspire Networking package provides a seamless connection of multiple systems into a single “virtual” communications system using ISDN (PRI/BRI) and VoIP lines with a uniÞed numbering plan. The ISDN Networking is only available with the Aspire M/L//XL - Aspire S must use IP Networking.
  • Page 12 Introduction About Aspire Networking ● Busy Lamp Indication The status of an extension will be shown at a Hotline key/DSS Console on another networked system. This allows a Centralized Operator to have lamp indication of extensions in the net- work or an extension user to have a Hotline key for a co-worker on another system. ●...
  • Page 13: Aspire Requirements

    Introduction About Aspire Networking Aspire Requirements There are two methods available for Networking connections as shown in following table. Interface Description Comments ISDN Using Q.931-based proprietary • A PRIU or BRIU PCB is required for each protocol, Basic Rate Interface network connection.
  • Page 14 Introduction About Aspire Networking Networking Software Levels It is advisable to have compatible levels of Aspire software installed on all systems within the Net- work. Although the basic Networking operation will operate correctly, there could be problems with features that are only available from a given level of software. Aspire Software V2.01 ●...
  • Page 15 Introduction About Aspire Networking Multi-Site Networking via IP and ISDN This connection will NOT work because System C cannot access System A. VOIPU VOIPU Aspire B Aspire A PRI/BRI PRI/BRI Aspire C Multi-Site Networking via IP and ISDN This connection will work as all systems are inter-connected. The IP resources will get priority when System A accesses System B.
  • Page 16: Available Features

    Introduction Available Features Available Features Available Features Feature Name 911 Call Routing : Using ARS Class of Service Matching to Call Local Authorities (page 39) ARS/F-Route (page 40) Barge In (page 47) BLF Indication (at Hotline / DSS Console key) - refer to Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) (page 72) Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb Override (page 50) Caller ID Display (page 56)
  • Page 17 Introduction Available Features Selectable Display Messaging (page 84) Toll Restriction (page 85) Transfer (page 86) Voice Mail, Centralized (page 89) Voice Mail, Local (page 93) ◆ 7 Networking...
  • Page 18: About This Manual

    Introduction About This Manual About This Manual Using This Manual This manual is in three sections: ● Section 1: Setting Up the Networking Feature This section guides you step by step in setting up a basic Networking system. You'll learn how ●...
  • Page 19: Unique Considerations

    Introduction About This Manual Unique Considerations ◆ ◆ Read These Notes Simplifying Keyset Operation with One-Touch Keys... A system phone user can access many features through Service Codes (e.g., Service Code *0 answers a Message Waiting from a co-worker). To streamline the operation of their phone, a keyset user can store these codes under One-Touch Keys.
  • Page 20 Introduction About This Manual - For Your Notes - 10 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 21: Setting Up The Networking Feature

    Setting Up The Networking Feature Required System Programming Setting Up The Networking Feature Required System Programming Section 1 Setting Up The Networking Feature Basic System Programming The selection of an ISDN PRI, BRI, or VoIP PCB determines the type of programming you must do on the Aspire.
  • Page 22: Isdn Networking

    Setting Up The Networking Feature ISDN Networking ISDN Networking ISDN Networking Refer to Appendix (page 237) for an example of setting up a network using ISDN or IP connections. ISDN Networking is only available for the Aspire M/L/XL system. In addition, the NTCPU must have a Feature Upgrade or Enhanced PAL chip installed.
  • Page 23 Setting Up The Networking Feature ISDN Networking Programming Also refer to the feature for additional Numbering Plan (page 32) required programming. ➻ 10-03-01 : PCB Setup - ISDN Line Mode Determine the line mode of the ISDN. If Basic Rate Interface (BRI) is chosen, the setting must be done for each line.
  • Page 24 Setting Up The Networking Feature ISDN Networking Mode 5 BRI/PRI Interconnection Mode (Interconnected Line, Layer 1=NT) Ethernet Aspire Aspire Mode 5 Mode 5 Master Side Slave Side T->S S<-T Clock Signal Clock Signal Slave Slave Generator Generator ➻ 10-03-03: PCB Setup - Connection Type The connection type should be changed if Basic Rate Interface (BRI) is used.
  • Page 25 Setting Up The Networking Feature ISDN Networking ➻ 10-03-11 : PCB Setup - Networking System Number The Networking ID is used to select the access route for dialed digits. You can choose any number 0 to 50 (0 equals no operation). This ID is used when setting the numbering plan for the networked systems.
  • Page 26: Ip Networking

    Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking IP Networking Voice Over IP Networking CAUTION As with any Voice Over IP (VoIP) implementation, there are several issues that should be considered when setting up IP Networking on the Aspire. These issues are discussed in detail in the Aspire Voice Over IP Manual. Please refer to this before installing IP Networking.
  • Page 27 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking In-Band/Out-of-Band DTMF Signaling In-band signaling is the way to send DTMF tone just as audio (in band of the RTP packet). There is no other message sent to the far end for the DTMF digits. Therefore, if this is used with G.729 pro- tocol, the DTMF tone will not be received properly.
  • Page 28 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Quantity of Voice Paths Available The quantity of voice calls that can be made at any one time are dependent on various factors. ● VOIPU Resource - A free VOIPU resource must be available at each Aspire system. ●...
  • Page 29 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Programming Also refer to the feature for additional Numbering Plan (page 32) required programming. ➻ 10-12-01 : NTCPU Network Setup - IP Address Select the IP address of the NTCPU (default: 172.16.0.10). A static IP address is required by the NTCPU.
  • Page 30 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Item Input Data Default TCP Port / Network 0-65535 External Device 1 = 0 Listener External Device 2 = 0 External Device 3 = 0 External Device 4 = 30000 External Device 5 = 0 External Device 6 = 0 Example: System –...
  • Page 31 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking ➻ 10-27 : IP System ID - IP Address Set the System ID, IP address, and Call Procedure Port of the networked IP systems. If setting up a multi-site network, you may wish to deÞne each system the same in this pro- gram.
  • Page 32 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Example: System – A System – B System ID: 1 System ID: 1 IP Address: 172.16.0.11 IP Address: 172.16.0.10 (from Program 10-12-01) (from Program 10-12-01) Port: 1730 Port: 1730 ➻ 11-02-01 : Extension Numbering Assign the extension numbers to the ports.
  • Page 33 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Item Input Data Default Description Number of G723 Audio Frame 1 = 30 msec Maximum number of G723 Audio 2 = 60 msec Frame G723 0:Disable 1:Enable Maximum value of Jitter Delay 0-65535 msec 60 msec Maximum value of Jitter Delay for...
  • Page 34 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Item Input Data Default Description Idle Noise Level 5000-7000 7000 Noise level of silence (-5000 ~ -7000dbm) 5000 = -5000dbm 7000 = -7000dbm Echo canceler mode 0 = Disable Determine whether or not to use Echo 1 = Enable canceller.
  • Page 35 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Item Input Data Default Description Bandwidth Control 0:Disable Controls the voice bandwidth on an 1:Enable H.323 trunk. Maximum Bandwidth 0-65535kbps The maximum total bandwidth limita- tion for voice packets. Fax Max Rate 24 = V.27ter, 2400 bps 48 = V.27ter, 4800 bps 72 = V.29, 7200 bps...
  • Page 36 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Item Input Data Default Description Fax Relay: Eßags for First DIS 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Fax Relay: FOP Protocol 0 = Disable Enhancement 1 = Enable Fax Relay: NSF Override 0 = Disable 1 = Enable T30: ECM...
  • Page 37 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking ➻ 84-02-35 : H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup - Fast Start Mode If VoIP is used for networking, the Fast Start option must be enabled. Item Item Input Data Default Fast Start 0: Disable 1: Enable ➻...
  • Page 38 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking ➻ 84-12-xx : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup Setup the CODEC information of H.323 phones and IP Networking. Refer to Program 84-12- xx for H.323 extensions and IP networking. Input Data Item Related Item Input Data...
  • Page 39 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Jitter Buffer Mode 1 = static 2 = adaptive during silence 3 = adaptive immed VAD Threshold 0-30 (19db~+10db, Adaptec threshold) 0 = Adaptec threshold 1 = -19db(-49dbm) 20 = 0db (-30dbm) 29 = 9dbm(-21dbm) 30 = 10dbm(-20dbm)
  • Page 40 Setting Up The Networking Feature IP Networking Item Related Item Input Data Default Program RX Gain 0-28 (-14~+14) 0 = -14 dbm 1 = -13 dbm 14 = 0 dbm 27 = 13 dbm 28 = 14 dbm Audio Capability Priority 0:G711_PT 1:G723_PT 2:G729_PT...
  • Page 41: Multi-Site Networking

    Setting Up The Networking Feature Multi-Site Networking Multi-Site Networking Multi-Site Networking Multi-Site Networking is a network of three or more Aspire systems connected by either ISDN or IP. The conÞguration for three or more sites is the same as for two sites, refer to ISDN Networking (page 12) or IP Networking (page 16) for details of setting up the Aspire systems.
  • Page 42: Numbering Plan

    Setting Up The Networking Feature Numbering Plan Numbering Plan Numbering Plan ➻ 11-01-01 : System Numbering Set the system’s internal (Intercom) numbering plan and system ID to route to networked sys- tems. The numbering plan assigns the Þrst and second digits dialed and affects the digits an extension user must dial to access other extensions and features, such as service codes and trunk codes, within a networking node or to reach another node.
  • Page 43 Setting Up The Networking Feature Numbering Plan ● Entering two digits lets you deÞne codes based on the Þrst two digits a user dials. For example, entering 60 allows you to deÞne the function of all codes beginning with 60. In the default program, only * and # use two-digit codes.
  • Page 44 Setting Up The Networking Feature Numbering Plan Example: This example shows two separate extension numbers assigned for the networked systems. System A dials 4xx to reach System B, while system B dials 3xx to reach System A. System – A System –...
  • Page 45 Setting Up The Networking Feature Numbering Plan Programming System – A System – B Program 11-01 Dial “7”: Dial “7”: • 7x = Digit “5”, Type 6 (F-Route) • 7x = Digit “5”, Type 6 (F-Route) Program 11-02 Port 1 = extension number 2001 Port 1 = extension number 2301 Port 2 = extension number 2002 Port 2 = extension number 2302...
  • Page 46 Setting Up The Networking Feature Numbering Plan - For Your Notes - 36 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 47: Features

    Features Features Section 2 Features Refer to the Aspire Software Manual (P/N 0893200) for complete description and programming information for the following features. The information detailed here applies only to the feature when used in a Networked system. ◆ 37 Networking...
  • Page 48 Features - For Your Notes - 38 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 49: Call Routing

    Features 911 Call Routing 911 Call Routing 911 Call Routing : Using ARS Class of Service Matching to Call Local Authorities When using IP telephones at a remote site (System B) which are registered to the main system (System A), you can use the ARS Class of Service Matching feature added in software 2.63 to route 911 calls to the local authorities at the remote location.
  • Page 50: Ars/F-Route

    Features ARS/F-Route ARS/F-Route ARS/F-Route Digits dialed by a user can be routed based on ARS programming or F-Route tables. In general, ARS provides the simpler solution, as long as outgoing trunk order/trunk priority is not required. (For instance, POTS lines used Þrst, if these are busy, then networked trunks are used.) When using ARS, keep the following items in mind: ●...
  • Page 51 Features ARS/F-Route F-Route Digits dialed by a user can be sent to the F-Route tables and speciÞed as a networked number by entering the Networked node ID (Trunk Group 101-150 correspond to Network ID’s 1-50) as the target trunk group number, calls will be routed to the target system via the node ID speciÞed. The F-Route tables will then analyze the dialed digits in the target system.
  • Page 52 Features ARS/F-Route Program System 1 System 2 Program 11-01-01 Dial “7” Dial “7” System Numbering Digit “4” (4 digit) Digit “4” (4 digit) Type “6” (F-Route) Type “6” (F-Route) Program 44-02- “7300” “7300” Dial analysis table for “73@@” (using wildcard) is “73@@”...
  • Page 53 Features ARS/F-Route Related Programs Refer to the Aspire Software Manual (P/N 0893200) for full programming details. Program Number Title 26-01-01 ARS Service 26-02-02 Dial Analysis Table for ARS 26-02-03 Dial Analysis Table-Additional Data/Service Number for ARS 26-03-01 ARS Dial Treatments F-Route 11-01 Numbering Plan...
  • Page 54 Features ARS/F-Route ➻ 26-02-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS - Service Type For each Dial Analysis Table (1-200), select ‘0’ for no ARS, ‘1’ for Service Type 1 - Route to Trunk Group Number to have the number route to a trunk group [Refer to Program 26-02-03] or ‘2’...
  • Page 55 Features ARS/F-Route ➻ 44-05-01 : ARS/F-Route Table - Trunk Group Number Select the trunk group number to be used for the outgoing ARS call (0-100, 101-150, 255 [0 = No setting, 101-150 = Networking, 255 = Extension Call]). Using the 4-digit extension num- ber example in Program 11-01-01, the entry would be: ARS/F-Route Table Number 1: Priority Number 1, Trunk Group = 255;...
  • Page 56: Blf Indication

    Features BLF Indication BLF Indication BLF Indication Refer to the Hotline/Direct Station Selection (DSS) feature (page 72) for full details. 46 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 57: Barge In

    Features Barge In Barge In Barge In Barge In is available in the Networking feature with the following options: ● Barge into a conversation between an extension’s own system and a networked system ● Barge into a conversation between callers in a networked system ●...
  • Page 58: Call Forwarding

    Features Call Forwarding Call Forwarding Call Forwarding Call Forwarding Immediate / Busy / No Answer / Busy-No Answer / Both Ring options are avail- able with the Networking feature. With a networked system, when Call Forwarding enabled, there is a slight difference in the tele- phone’s display.
  • Page 59 Features Call Forwarding Related Programs Program Number Title 11-11-01 Service Code: Call Forward – Immediate 11-11-02 Service Code: Call Forward – Busy 11-11-03 Service Code: Call Forward – No Answer 11-11-04 Service Code: Call Forward – Busy/No Answer 11-11-05 Service Code: Call Forward – Both Ring 11-11-06 Service Code: Call Forwarding (Select Option) 20-11-01...
  • Page 60: Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb Override

    Features Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb Override Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb Override Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb Override The extension user may be able to call an extension which has Call Forwarding or Do Not Disturb set.
  • Page 61: Call Forward, Off-Premise

    Features Call Forward, Off-Premise Call Forward, Off-Premise Call Forward, Off-Premise Off-Premise Call Forwarding allows an extension user to forward their calls to an off-site location. This feature works the same in a networked system as it does a single system. A call to an extension at a remote system will forward to the Abbreviated Dial bin using a trunk at the remote system.
  • Page 62: Call Forwarding With Follow Me

    Features Call Forwarding with Follow Me Call Forwarding with Follow Me Call Forwarding with Follow Me The extension user can program Call Forward Follow-Me to extension in a networked system. When the extension with the Follow Me setting receives an incoming call, both the original exten- sion and the programmed destination extension starts ringing.
  • Page 63: Call Waiting / Camp On

    Features Call Waiting / Camp On Call Waiting / Camp On Call Waiting / Camp On With Call Waiting, an extension user may call a busy extension and wait in line without hanging up. The user can also choose to hang up and Camp On to the call. With Call Waiting or Camp On, the system signals the busy extension with two beeps indicating the waiting call.
  • Page 64: Callback

    Features Call Waiting / Camp On Callback When an extension user calls a co-worker that doesn’t answer, they can leave a Callback request for a return call. The user does not have to repeatedly call the unanswered extension back, hoping to Þnd it idle.
  • Page 65 Features Call Waiting / Camp On Related Programs Program Number Title 15-02-11 Multi-Line Telephone Basic Data Setup - Callback Automatic Answer 15-07-01 Programming Function Keys 20-01-07 System Options - Callback Ring Duration Time 20-01-09 System Options - Callback/Trunk Queuing Cancel Time ◆...
  • Page 66: Caller Id Display

    Features Caller ID Display Caller ID Display Caller ID Display Caller ID information can be sent to the target extension across a networked system and show the Caller ID on the phone’s display. The ABB Name is also shown on LCD by searching ABB table at the target system.
  • Page 67: Central Office Calls, Placing

    Features Central Office Calls, Placing Central Office Calls, Placing Central OfÞce Calls, Placing: Seizing a trunk in a networked system The system allows a user to seize a trunk in a networked system using the following methods: Method of Outgoing Available Note SpeciÞed Trunk Access (#9 + the trunk number)
  • Page 68 Features Central Office Calls, Placing Related Programs The following example indicates the setting required to seize the trunk in a networked system (Extension in System A tries to make an external call using a trunk in System B). Program System – A System –...
  • Page 69: Channel Release Link

    Features Channel Release Link Channel Release Link Channel Release Link The Channel Release Link feature allows for media gateway channels to be released when they are no longer needed. For example, when a trunk from System A rings an extension in System B, if the call is answered by a user or voice mail in System B and then transferred back to an extension in System A, the following occurs: ●...
  • Page 70: Conference

    Features Conference Conference Conference The user can create a Conference call to include a user in a networked system. Operation To establish a Conference: Keyset Establish Intercom or trunk call. Press CONF or Conference key (PGM 15-07 or SC 851: 07). Dial extension you want to add.
  • Page 71 Features Conference Related Programs Program Number Title 15-02-24 Set the CONF key operation mode 15-07-01 Programming Function Keys - Conference (code 07) 20-06-01 Calls of Service for Extensions 20-13-08 Class of Service Options (Supplementary Service) - Conference ◆ 61 Networking...
  • Page 72: Department Calling

    Features Department Calling Department Calling Department Calling Department Group access is available via Networking. When the extension at System A tries to make a Department Call to System B, System A should have a numbering plan which deÞnes the Department Access code at System-B (must be deÞned as dial type 8, Networking in Program 11- 01 : System Numbering).
  • Page 73 Features Department Calling Related Programs Program Number Title 11-07-01 Department Group Pilot Numbers 16-01 Department Group Basic Data Setup 16-02-01 Department Group Assignment for Extensions 22-07-01 DIL Assignment 22-11 ◆ 63 Networking...
  • Page 74: Department Step Call

    Features Department Step Call Department Step Call Department Step Call After calling a busy Department Calling Group member in a networked system, an extension user can have Department Step Calling Quickly call another member in the group. Operation To make a Step Call: You step through Extension Groups set in Program 16-02.
  • Page 75: Direct Inward Dialing (Did)

    Features Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Direct Inward Dialing (DID) An incoming DID call can be routed to an extension in a networked system. Operation For incoming DID calls, the system refers to Program 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion to determine how to route the call.
  • Page 76: Direct Inward Line (Dil)

    Features Direct Inward Line (DIL) Direct Inward Line (DIL) Direct Inward Line (DIL) A Direct Inward Line (DIL) is a trunk that rings an extension, virtual extension or Department Group directly. Since DILs only ring one extension or group (i.e., the DIL destination), employees always know which calls are for them.
  • Page 77: Direct Inward System Access (Disa)

    Features Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Networking allows DISA callers to place a call to an extension in a networked system. Some sys- tem features can also be accessed from the networked system. The Class of Service is determined by the password entered by the DISA caller.
  • Page 78 Features Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Related Programs Program Number Title 20-14 Class of Service Options for DISA/E&M 22-02 Incoming Service Type Setup 25-01 DID/DISA Line Basic Data Setup 25-02 DID/DISA VRS Error Message 25-03 DID/DISA Transfer Ring Group with Incorrect Dialing 25-04 DID/DISA Transfer Ring Group with No Answer/Busy 25-05...
  • Page 79: Fax Over Networking

    Features Fax Over Networking Fax Over Networking Fax Over Networking The purpose of Aspire Networking is to be able to connect several systems and have them appear to operate as one system. However, some restrictions still apply. Using software prior to 4.93, with Fax Over Networking using H.323 trunks, if a resource is busy, the operation cannot be performed efÞciently.
  • Page 80 Features Fax Over Networking FAX Relay with Trunks Setup: ● System A Program15-03-03 = G3 Fax 1 (special) Program 84-12-32 = 2 Each Port Mode ● System B Program 84-01-59 = 2 special Program 84-12-32 = 2 Each Port Mode ●...
  • Page 81: Hold

    Features Hold Hold Hold This feature is available with no changes in programming or operation. The MOH tone is sourced at the local system where the caller is hearing the hold tone. For exam- ple, a user at System A places a call to system B and puts the call on hold. The MOH source at sys- tem B will be heard by the held user.
  • Page 82: Hotline / Direct Station Selection (Dss)

    Features Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) An extension user can have a Hotline key to a networked extension. The Hotline or DSS console keys can display the status lamp indication of an extension in a networked system. The key will show the status for idle, busy, DND and Call Forward Immediate.
  • Page 83 Features Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) Related Programs Program Number Title 20-01-04 System Options - Network BLF Indication Set this program to “30” on all systems. 20-02-03 System Options for Multi-Line Telephones - BLF Control 20-13-06 Class of Service Options (Supplementary Service) - Automatic Off Hook Signaling 20-06-01 Class of Service for Extensions...
  • Page 84: Intercom

    Features Intercom Intercom Intercom An extension user can make an intercom call to a networked system if the networked extensions are deÞned with the Network Access Code (Program 11-01, Dial Type = 8). A user can change the signaling type for the intercom call they place to either a voice announce or ringing call to extension in a networked system.
  • Page 85: Keep Alive Operation

    Features Keep Alive Operation Keep Alive Operation Keep Alive Operation The Keep Alive operation will check that the distant end is available. A dummy message is sent that the distant end must respond to, and, if no response is received the line will be taken out of service. Keep Alive operation is effective on ISDN BRI/PRI and IP Networking connections.
  • Page 86: Last Number Redial

    Features Last Number Redial Last Number Redial Last Number Redial Last Number Redial allows an extension user to quickly redial the last number dialed. When used with a networked system, the system can use the same trunk on which the call was originally placed, even if the trunk is a trunk in another system.
  • Page 87: Message Waiting

    Features Message Waiting Message Waiting Message Waiting This feature can be used when placing an intercom call to a networked extension and receives either no answer or hears a busy tone. With a networked system, when a Message Waiting has been left, there is a slight difference in the tele- phone’s display.
  • Page 88: Operator, Centralized

    Features Operator, Centralized Operator, Centralized Operator, Centralized It is possible to have a centralized network operator extension that can be dialed with the operator access code (0). Calls to the operator will be queued and answered in order. Up to 32 calls can be queued at the operator extension.
  • Page 89: Paging

    Features Paging Paging Paging An extension user can make internal or external pages to a networked system. Paging to a net- worked system can only be activated by dialing a service code and the target network’s system ID. Operation To Make an Internal Page Dial 801.
  • Page 90 Features Paging Related Programs Program Number Title 11-12-19 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Internal Group Paging 11-12-20 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - External Paging 11-12-24 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Combined Paging 31-01 System Options for Internal/External Paging 31-02 Internal Paging Group Assignment 31-03...
  • Page 91: Park

    Features Park Park Park Park places a call in a waiting state (called a Park Orbit) so that an extension user may pick it up. Any extension user who is in the same Park Group as the extension which placed the call in Park can answer the call.
  • Page 92 Features Park Press SPK to hang up. If not picked up, the call will recall to you. Note: The parked call recalls after the Park Hold Time (Program 24-01-06). The call rings the extension to which it recalled for the Hold Recall Callback Time (Program 24- 01-02).
  • Page 93: Ringdown Extension, Internal/External

    Features Ringdown Extension, Internal/External Ringdown Extension, Internal/External Ringdown Extension, Internal/External A networked system can have a phone deÞned as a Ringdown Extension to dial either an internal or external number. Operation To place a call if your extension has ringdown programmed: Lift handset.
  • Page 94: Selectable Display Messaging

    Features Selectable Display Messaging Selectable Display Messaging Selectable Display Messaging An extension user can select a preprogrammed Selectable Display Message for their extension. This message will be displayed on an incoming intercom caller’s LCD when they call the extension in a networked system. Operation To select a message: Press idle CALL key + dial *4.
  • Page 95: Toll Restriction

    Features Toll Restriction Toll Restriction Toll Restriction Toll Restriction limits the numbers an extension user may dial. When accessing a trunk at a remote system, the Toll Restriction Class of Service is deÞned by the calling extension’s system, but the Toll Restriction tables will be used from the system which has the outgoing trunk.
  • Page 96: Transfer

    Features Transfer Transfer Transfer The following types of Transfer are available with Networking: ● Screened Transfer ● Unscreened Transfer ● Transfer (to busy extension) without holding Call Transfer to i-Series System Via VoIP Connection When an Aspire system is connected via a VoIP connection to an i-Series system in a tie-line type setup, in order to transfer calls from the Aspire system to the i-Series, in addition to the VoIP pro- gramming, set up the Flexible Routing Tables as follows: ●...
  • Page 97 Features Transfer Using a DSS Console to transfer calls across the network requires the DSS key to be pressed twice to complete the transfer. Announce call and hang up. If you don’t have Automatic On Hook Transfer, you must press CONF or your Transfer Programmable Function Key to Transfer the call.
  • Page 98 Features Transfer Related Programs Program Number Title 20-11-06 Class of Service Options (Hold/Transfer Service) - Unscreened Transfer 20-11-07 Class of Service Options (Hold/Transfer Service) - Transfer Without Holding 20-11-08 Class of Service Options (Hold/Transfer Service) - Transfer Display 20-11-18 Class of Service Options (Hold/Transfer Service) - No Recall 24-02-01 System Options for Transfer - Busy Transfer 88 ◆...
  • Page 99: Voice Mail, Centralized

    Features Voice Mail, Centralized Voice Mail, Centralized Voice Mail, Centralized Networking will support the use of a single voice mail for the entire network. A user may call into the voice mail from anywhere in the network and perform most functions as if the voice mail were located on their premises.
  • Page 100 Features Voice Mail, Centralized Automatic Attendant If an extension user presses their Automatic Attendant Message key (Program 15-07 or SC 851: 79), the voice mail at the same site as the user is called, or if the centralized voice mail access num- ber is deÞned in Program 45-01-07, then the centralized voice mail is called.
  • Page 101 Features Voice Mail, Centralized System ConÞguration Example When using only local voice mail(s), refer to Voice Mail, Local (page 93). Only Centralized Voice Mail SYSTEM A SYSTEM B CENTRALIZED VOICE MAIL (600) System B System A 11-01-01 Dial 6x = Type 2 11-01-01 Dial 6x = Type 8 (Intercom)
  • Page 102 Features Voice Mail, Centralized Related Programs Program Number Title 11-01 System Numbering Plan 11-07 Department Group Pilot Calling Number 11-12-51 Service Code (Call Own Mailbox) 15-03-01 Set the extensions for voice mail to “dial pulse” 15-03-03 Set the extensions for voice mail to “special” 15-07-01 Programmable Function Keys •...
  • Page 103: Voice Mail, Local

    Features Voice Mail, Local Voice Mail, Local Voice Mail, Local With a networked system, with each system having their own voice mail, in order for users to prop- erly connect to the correct voice mail when leaving a message, the programming must be set as described below.
  • Page 104 Features Voice Mail, Local Refer to the example below: System 1 System 2 Voice Mail Voice Mail Connected Via Program 10-03-11 : PCB Setup, Program 10-03-11 : PCB Setup, Networking System Number Networking System Number Program 11-01-01 : System Program 11-01-01 : System Numbering Numbering Digit 7:...
  • Page 105 Features Voice Mail, Local The system ID deÞned in Program 11-01-01 is where the voice mail master number resides. Refer to the example below: System 1 System 2 Connected Via Voice Mail Voice Mail Program 10-23-01 : H.323 System Program 10-23-01 : H.323 System Interconnection Interconnection System 1: Interconnect=Yes (1)
  • Page 106 Features Voice Mail, Local System ConÞguration Examples For a Centralized Voice Mail, refer to Voice Mail, Centralized (page 89). Only Local Voice Mail for One System SYSTEM A SYSTEM B LOCAL VOICE MAIL (600) System A System B 16-02-01 Voice Mail Port = Group 64 16-02-01 None 45-01-01...
  • Page 107 Features Voice Mail, Local Local Voice Mail at Each Aspire SYSTEM A SYSTEM B LOCAL LOCAL VOICE MAIL (600) VOICE MAIL (500) System B System A 11-01-01 Dial 5x = Type 8 (Networking) 11-01-01 Dial 5x = Type 2 (Intercom) Dial 6x = Type 2 (Intercom) Dial 6x = Type 8 (Networking 11-07-01...
  • Page 108 Features Voice Mail, Local - For Your Notes - 98 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 109: Programming

    Programming Programming Section 3 Programming ◆ 99 Networking...
  • Page 110 Programming - For Your Notes - 100 ◆ Networking...
  • Page 111: Programming Basics

    Programming Programming Basics Programming Basics Before Reading This Section This section provides you with detailed information about the system programs. By changing a pro- gram, you change the way the feature associated with that program works. In this section, you Þnd out about each program, the features that the program affects and how to enter the program data into system memory.
  • Page 112: How To Enter The Programming Mode

    Refer to the following table for the default system passwords. To change the pass- words, use Program 90-02. Password User Name Level Programs at this Level 374772 NEC-I 1 (MF) All programs 12345678 ASPIRE 2 (IN) All programs in this section not listed below for SA and SB...
  • Page 113: How To Exit The Programming Mode

    Programming Programming Basics How to Exit the Programming Mode To exit the programming mode: When you are done programming, you must be out of a program’s options to exit (pressing the MSG key will exit the program’s option). Press MSG key to exit the program’s options, if needed. Program Mode Base Service OP1 OP2 Press SPK.
  • Page 114: Using Keys To Move Around In The Programs

    Programming Programming Basics Using Keys to Move Around in the Programs Once you enter the programming mode, use the keys in the following chart to enter data, edit data and move around in the menus. Keys for Entering Data Use this key... When you want to .
  • Page 115: Programming Names And Text Messages

    Programming Programming Basics Programming Names and Text Messages Several programs (e.g., Program 20-16: Selectable Display Messages) require you to enter text. Use the following chart when entering and editing text. When using the keypad digits, press the key once for the Þrst character, twice for the second character, etc. For example, to enter a C, press key “2”...
  • Page 116: Programming Names And Text Messages

    Programming Programming Basics Programming Names and Text Messages Several programs (e.g., Program 20-16: Selectable Display Messages) require you to enter text. Use the following chart when entering and editing text. When using the keypad digits, press the key once for the Þrst character, twice for the second character, etc. For example, to enter a C, press key “2” three times.
  • Page 117 Programming Programming Basics With Software 2.05+: Use this keypad When you want to. . . digit . . . Enter characters: → → → → ← ← ← ← 1 @ [ ¥ ] ^ _ ` { | } Á...
  • Page 118: Using Soft Keys For Programming

    Programming Programming Basics Using Soft Keys For Programming Each Aspire display telephone provides interactive soft keys for intuitive feature access. The options for these keys will automatically change depending on where you are in the system pro- gramming. Simply press the Soft Key located below the option you wish and the display will change accordingly.
  • Page 119: Pcb Setup

    Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup 10-03 : PCB Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Option 15 for S-Bus terminal alert tone • Option 15 for S-Bus terminal alert tone requires software 2.63+. requires software 2.63+. •...
  • Page 120 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup Input Data For ESIU Unit Physical Port Number Through Software 3.07: 01-16 From Software 4.0E+: 01-32 B-Channel 1 Item Item Input Data Default Terminal Type 0 = Not set 1 = Keyset/DSLT 2 = SLT Adapter 3 = -- Not used -- 4 = -- Not used -- 5 = -- Not used --...
  • Page 121 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup Optional Installed Unit 2 0- none 1 = APR Module 2 = APA Module 3 = ADA Module 4 = CTA Module 5 = CTU Module B-Channel 2 Item Item Input Data Default Terminal Type 0 = Not set 1 = -- Not used -- 2 = -- Not used --...
  • Page 122 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup For SLIU Unit Physical Port Number 01-16 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number Through Software 3.07: 0-256 From Software 4.0E+: 0-384 Not used Transmit Gain Level (S-Level) 1-63 (-15.5 +15.5dB) 32 (0dB) Receive Gain Level (R-Level) 1-63 (-15.5 +15.5dB) 32 (0dB) For COIU Unit...
  • Page 123 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup For BRIU Unit ISDN Line Number 01-08 Item Item Input Data Default ISDN Line Mode 0 = Not set 1 = T-Bus 2 = S-Bus Options 3-5 determines the clock source for the networked connection. 3 = Network Mode (Leased Line) Telco sends the clock to the Master System Telco sends the clock to the Slave System...
  • Page 124 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup Networking System Number (NW 0-50 mode only) - Not Currently Used - - Not Currently Used - Service Protocol for S-Point 0 = Keypad Facility 1 = SpeciÞed Protocol for Aspire System Alert Tone When S-Bus Terminal 0 = Alert Tone Calls Busy Extension 1 = Disconnected...
  • Page 125 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup For PRIU Unit Item Item Input Data Default ISDN Line Mode 0 = Not set 1 = T-Bus 2 = S-Bus 3 = Network Mode (Leased Line) 4 = Network Mode (Interconnected Line) 5 = Network Mode (Interconnected Line, Fixed Layer 1=NT) 6 = S-Point (Leased Line) Logical Port Number 1 = for T-Bus 1-200...
  • Page 126 Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup Item Item Input Data Default Loss-Of-Signal detection limit In short-haul mode In long-haul mode 0 = 0.91V 0 = 1.70V 1 = 0.74V 1 = 0.84V 2 = 0.59V 2 = 0.84V 3 = 0.42V 3 = 0.45V 4 = 0.32V 4 = 0.45V...
  • Page 127 VOIPU card which can be used for Aspire IP phones or IP network- ing. With SIP trunking, some ports must be deÞned for SIP. Contact Your NEC Sales Representative for information on the SIP feature availability. ◆ 117...
  • Page 128: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 10-03 : PCB Setup Conditions (A.) When changing a deÞned terminal type, Þrst set the type to ‘0’ and then plug the new device in to have the system automatically deÞne it or redeÞne the type manually. (B.) The system must have a PCB installed in order to view/change the options for that type of PCB.
  • Page 129: Ntcpu Network Setup

    Programming 10-12 : NTCPU Network Setup 10-12 : NTCPU Network Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP Networking. • Applicable to IP Networking. Description Use Program 10-12 : NTCPU Network Setup to setup the IP Address, Subnet-Mask, and Default Gateway addresses.
  • Page 130: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 10-12 : NTCPU Network Setup NAPT 0=Disable, 1=Enable Router Setup Enable or disable the NAPT Router Setup. With SIP trunking behind a NAPT router, this must be set to enabled. NAPT 0.0.0.1 - 126.255.255.254 0.0.0.0 Router IP 128.0.0.1 - 191.255.255.254 Address 192.0.0.1 - 223.225.225.254 Set the...
  • Page 131: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 10-12 : NTCPU Network Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 10-12 (NTCPU Network Setup): Enter the programming mode. 10 12 10-12-01 IP_Add 172.16 .0 .10 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 10-12-nn nnnnn ←...
  • Page 132: Lan Setup For External Equipment

    Programming 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP Networking. • Applicable to IP Networking. Description Use Program 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment to deÞne the TCP port/address/etc. for communicating to external equipment.
  • Page 133: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 10-20 (LAN Setup for External Equipment): Enter the programming mode. 10 20 10-20-01 Ex-Device1 TCP_Port ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 134: Ip System Id

    Programming 10-27 : IP System ID 10-27 : IP System ID Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP Networking. • Applicable to IP Networking. Description Use Program 10-27 : IP System ID to set the IP address of the networked IP systems. Input Data System ID 01-50...
  • Page 135: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 10-27 : IP System ID Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 10-27 (IP System ID): Enter the programming mode. 10 27 10-27-01 SysID1 IP Add 0 .0 .0 .0 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 136: Networking Keep Alive Setup

    Programming 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available with software 1.11+. Description Use Program 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup to set the interval and retry count of the Aspire Networking keep alive message.
  • Page 137: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 10-31 (Networking Keep Alive Setup): Enter the programming mode. 10 31 10-31-01 Interval Sec. ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 10-31-nn nnnnn ←...
  • Page 138: Pri Networking Channel Limitation

    Programming 10-32 : PRI Networking Channel Limitation 10-32 : PRI Networking Channel Limitation Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Not Available. • Available with software 2.09+. Description Use Program 10-32 : PRI Networking Channel Limitation to assign the number of B-channels to be used for each ISDN PCB.
  • Page 139: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 10-32 : PRI Networking Channel Limitation Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 10-32 (PRI Networking Channel Limitation): Enter the programming mode. 10 32 10-32-01 Slot No Max Chan. ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 140: System Numbering

    Programming 11-01 : System Numbering 11-01 : System Numbering Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 11-01 : System Numbering to set the system’s internal (Intercom) numbering plan. The numbering plan assigns the Þrst and second digits dialed and affects the digits an extension user must dial to access other extensions and features, such as service codes and trunk codes.
  • Page 141 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering Step 2: Specify the length of the code you want to change After you specify a single or two digit code, you must tell the system how many digits com- prise the code. This is the Number of Digits Required column in the System Numbering (page 133) table.
  • Page 142 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering ● Changing the Dial Type for a range of codes can have a dramatic affect on how your sys- tem operates. Assume, for example, the site is a hotel that has room numbers from 100- 399.
  • Page 143 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 ◆...
  • Page 144 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 134 ◆...
  • Page 145 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 ◆...
  • Page 146 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 136 ◆...
  • Page 147 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 ◆...
  • Page 148 Programming 11-01 : System Numbering System Numbering Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8=Networking, 0=Not Used Network Dialed Number of Digits Required Dial Type System ID Number Default Default if type 8] - 0-50 138 ◆...
  • Page 149: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 11-01 : System Numbering Conditions None Feature Cross Reference ● Flexible System Numbering Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-01 (System Numbering): Enter the programming mode. 11 01 11-01-01 Dial 1 Digit 3 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 150: Extension Numbering

    Programming 11-02 : Extension Numbering 11-02 : Extension Numbering Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 11-02 : Extension Numbering to set the extension number. The extension number can be up to eight digits long.
  • Page 151: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 11-02 : Extension Numbering Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-02 (Extension Numbering): Enter the programming mode. 11 02 11-02-01 Extn Port1 Extension_No. 301 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 11-02-nn Extn Portnnn nnnnn ←...
  • Page 152: Department Group Pilot Numbers

    Programming 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers to assign pilot numbers to each Depart- ment Group set up in Program 16-02.
  • Page 153: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-07 (Department Group Pilot Numbers): Enter the programming mode. 11 07 11-07-01 TEL Group1 Pilot_Call_No. ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 154: Service Code Setup (For System Administrator)

    Programming 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. •...
  • Page 155 Programming 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Entry of Credit for Toll Restriction - Not Used No Setting Night Mode Switching for Other Group 12-xx 20-07-01 Not Used Not Used Not Used Leaving Message Waiting 11-11-09 Dial Block by Supervisor...
  • Page 156: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Set Caller ID Refuse No Setting 14-01-27 DeÞne the service code to be used to enable/disable the Caller ID call refusal for the trunks which are pro- grammed in Program 14-01-27 to 1.
  • Page 157: Service Code Setup (For Setup/Entry Operation)

    Programming 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. •...
  • Page 158 Programming 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Force Ringing of Incoming Intercom Calls 20-09-05 20-02-12 Programmable Function Key Programming (Dialing 15-07 851 Service Code) 11-11-38 BGM On/Off Key Touch Tone On/Off Change Incoming CO and ICM Ring Tones 15-02 Check Incoming Ring Tones Extension Name Programming...
  • Page 159: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program One Touch Dial Number Entry Off-Premise Call Forwarding KTS, SLT Tandem Ringing KTS, SLT No Setting 15-07 30-03 Aspire Wireless Transferring When Out of Range Aspire Customize the service code to be used when setting a Wireless...
  • Page 160: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-11 (Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation)): Enter the programming mode. 11 11 11-11-01 Call_Forward-Imm901 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 161: Service Code Setup (For Service Access)

    Programming 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. •...
  • Page 162 Programming 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Common/Extension Abbreviated Dialing KTS, SLT Group Abbreviated Dialing KTS, SLT Last Number Dial KTS, SLT Saved Number Dial KTS, SLT Trunk Group Access KTS, SLT SpeciÞed Trunk Access KTS, SLT Trunk Access Via Networking...
  • Page 163 Programming 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program VRS Access KTS, SLT - Not Used in U.S. - Personal Abbreviated Dialing KTS, SLT Voice Over 11-16-08 Flash on Trunk lines Universal Answer 14-05 14-06 Callback Test for SLT Enabled On Hook When Holding (SLT)
  • Page 164: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) Feature Cross Reference Refer to chart above. Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-12 (Service Code Setup (for Service Access)): Enter the programming mode. 11 12 11-12-01 Bypass_Call ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 165: Single Digit Service Code Setup

    Programming 11-16 : Single Digit Service Code Setup 11-16 : Single Digit Service Code Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Item 11 requires software 2.64+. •...
  • Page 166: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 11-16 : Single Digit Service Code Setup Feature Cross Reference Refer to chart above. Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 11-16 (Single Digit Service Code Setup): Enter the programming mode. 11 16 11-16-01 Step Call ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 167: Basic Trunk Data Setup

    Programming 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Item 24 available with software 2.63+. • Item 24 available with software 2.63+. • Item 25 available with software 4.0E+. •...
  • Page 168 Programming 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program SMDR Print Out 0 = No print out Use this option to have the system 1 = Prints out include/exclude the trunk you are pro- gramming from the SMDR printout. See Program 35-01 and 35-02 for SMDR printout options.
  • Page 169 Programming 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Forced Release of Held Call 0 = disable 24-01-05 Use this option to enable/disable forced 1 = enable release for calls on Hold. If enabled, the system disconnects a call if it is on Hold longer than a programmed interval (Pro- gram 24-01-05).
  • Page 170: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Continue/Disconnect Trunk-to-Trunk 0 = disable 24-02-10 Conversation 1 = enable When Program 24-02-10 is set to discon- nect a trunk after the deÞned time, deter- mine whether or not a user should have the ability to use the continue/disconnect code.
  • Page 171: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 14-01 (Basic Trunk Data Setup): Enter the programming mode. 14 01 14-01-01 Trunk1 TRK Name = LINE 001 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 172: Trunk Group Routing

    Programming 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available - 8 Trunk Group Numbers. • Available - 100 Trunk Group Numbers. Description Use Program 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing to set up an outbound routing table for the trunk groups you assigned in Program 14-05.
  • Page 173: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing Default Route 1, Order Number 1 = 1 (Trunk Group 1), Order Numbers 2, 3, 4 = 0 (not speciÞed) All Other Routes (2-100) and Order Numbers (1-4) = 0 (not speciÞed) Conditions None Feature Cross Reference None Telephone Programming Instructions...
  • Page 174: Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup

    Programming 15-03 : Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup 15-03 : Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. Description Use Program 15-03 : Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup to set up the extensions used for Fax Networking.
  • Page 175: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 15-03 : Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 15-03 (Single Line Telephone Basic Data Setup): Enter the programming mode. 15 03 15-03-01 TEL301 SLT Type 0:DP ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 176: Department Group Basic Data Setup

    Programming 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available - 8 Department Groups. • Available - 64 Department Groups. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking.
  • Page 177: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Department Group All Ring Mode 0 = Manual 11-16-10 Operation 1 = Automatic Determine whether calls ringing a Department Group should ring all extensions in the group simultaneously automatically or manually when using the service code deÞned in Program 11-12-09.
  • Page 178: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 16-01 (Department Group Basic Data Setup): Enter the programming mode. 16 01 16-01-01 TEL Group1 Dept.Name = ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 179: Department Group Assignment For Extensions

    Programming 16-02 : Department Group Assignment for Extensions 16-02 : Department Group Assignment for Extensions Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available - 8 Department Groups. • Available - 64 Department Groups. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking.
  • Page 180: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 16-02 : Department Group Assignment for Extensions Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 16-02 (Department Group Assignment for Extensions): Enter the programming mode. 16 02 16-02-01 TEL301 Extension Group1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 181: System Options

    Programming 20-01 : System Options 20-01 : System Options Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 20-01 : System Options to assign the refresh interval of for network busy lamp information.
  • Page 182: Trunk Group Routing For Networks

    Programming 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks to assign Program 14-06 routes for a networked system.
  • Page 183: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 21-16 (Trunk Group Routing for Networks): Enter the programming mode. 21 16 21-16-01 SysID1 Mode1 -RouteTbl1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 184: Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment

    Programming 22-05 : Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment 22-05 : Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available - 8 Ring Groups. • Available - 100 Ring Groups. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking.
  • Page 185: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 22-05 : Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 22-05 (Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment): Enter the programming mode. 22 05 22-05-01 Trunk1 Mode1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 186: Dil/Irg No Answer Destination

    Programming 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description For DIL Delayed Ringing, use Program 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination to assign the DIL No Answer Ring Group.
  • Page 187: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 22-08 (DIL/IRG No Answer Destination): Enter the programming mode. 22 08 22-08-01 Trunk1 Mode1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 22-08-nn Trunknnn nnnnn...
  • Page 188: Did Translation Table Setup

    Programming 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup to specify the size of the DID Translation Tables.
  • Page 189: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup Feature Cross Reference ● Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 22-10 (DID Translation Table Setup): Enter the programming mode. 22 10 22-10-01 Conv Area1 No.1_Start_Add1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 190: Did Translation Number Conversion

    Programming 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Option 11 available. •...
  • Page 191 Programming 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion Note: The item numbers indicated below are different when using PCPro/WebPro. Refer to the program within the PCPro/WebPro application to determine the correct item number. Input Data Conversion Table Number 1-2000 Item Item Input Data Default Received Number...
  • Page 192: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion Conditions None Feature Cross Reference ● Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 22-11 (DID Translation Number Conversion): Enter the programming mode. 22 11 22-11-01 Conv TBL 1 Received_Dial ↑...
  • Page 193: Did Intercept Ring Group

    Programming 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description For each DID Translation Table, use Program 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group to deÞne the Þrst destination group for DID calls.
  • Page 194: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 22-12 (DID Intercept Ring Group): Enter the programming mode. 22 12 22-12-01 Conv Area1 Mode1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 195: Vrs/Disa Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing

    Programming 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing to set what hap- pens to a call when the DISA or Automated Attendant caller dials incorrectly or waits too long to...
  • Page 196: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 25-03 (VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing): Enter the programming mode. 25 03 25-03-01 Trk Port 1 Mode1 Target_IRG=0 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 197: Vrs/Disa Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy

    Programming 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy to set the operat- ing mode of each DISA trunk.
  • Page 198: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 25-04 (VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy): Enter the programming mode. 25 04 25-04-01 Trk Port 1 Mode1 Target_IRG=0 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 199: Automatic Route Selection Service

    Programming 26-01 : Automatic Route Selection Service 26-01 : Automatic Route Selection Service Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Option 6 available with 2.63+ software. • Option 6 available with 2.63+ software. Description Use Program 26-01 : Automatic Route Selection Service to deÞne the system options for Auto- matic Route Selection (ARS).
  • Page 200: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 26-01 : Automatic Route Selection Service Conditions None Feature Cross Reference ● Automatic Route Selection Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 26-01 (Automatic Route Selection Service): Enter the programming mode. 26 01 26-01-01 ARS Service 0:Off ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓...
  • Page 201: Dial Analysis Table For Ars/Lcr

    Programming 26-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/LCR 26-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/LCR Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Dial Analysis Tables increased from 200 to • Dial Analysis Tables increased from 200 to 400 with software 2.63+.
  • Page 202: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 26-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/LCR Item No. Item Input Data Default LCR Carrier Table 0-25 Select the Carrier Table to be used for dial edit. Table 1 is a special table - this table will be automatically used for all numbers that begin with “0”...
  • Page 203: Ars Dial Treatments

    Programming 26-03 : ARS Dial Treatments 26-03 : ARS Dial Treatments Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • “An” Dial Treatment available with 2.64+ • “An” Dial Treatment available with 2.64+ software. software. Description Use Program 26-03 : ARS Dial Treatments to assign the 15 Dial Treatments for automatic ARS dialing translation.
  • Page 204: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 26-03 : ARS Dial Treatments Feature Cross Reference ● Automatic Route Selection Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 26-03 (ARS Dial Treatments): Enter the programming mode. 26 03 26-03-01 ARS Treatment1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 205: Ars Class Of Service

    Programming 26-04 : ARS Class of Service 26-04 : ARS Class of Service Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. Description Use Program 26-04 : ARS Class of Service to set an extension’s ARS Class of Service. Automatic Route Selection uses ARS Class of Service when determining how to route an extension’s calls.
  • Page 206: System Options For Ars/F-Route

    Programming 44-01 : System Options for ARS/F-Route 44-01 : System Options for ARS/F-Route Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-01 : System Options for ARS/F-Route to deÞne the system options for the ARS/ F-Route feature.
  • Page 207: Dial Analysis Table For Ars/F-Route Access

    Programming 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access to set the Pre-Transaction Table for selecting ARS/F-Route.
  • Page 208: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access Item No. Item Input Data Default Additional Data • 1: Delete Digit = 0-255 For the Service Type selected in 44-02-02, enter (255 : delete all digits) the additional data required. •...
  • Page 209: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-02 (Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access): Enter the programming mode. 44 02 44-02-01 Analyze TBL1 Dial ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 210: Dial Analysis Extension Table

    Programming 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description When Program 44-02-02 is set to type “3”, use Program 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table to set the dial extension analysis table.
  • Page 211: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table Dial Analysis Table Number : 252 Item Item Input Data Default Next Table Area Number Conditions None Feature Cross Reference ● Automatic Route Selection (ARS)/F-Route Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-03 (Dial Analysis Extension Table): Enter the programming mode.
  • Page 212: Ars/F-Route Selection For Time Schedule

    Programming 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule to assign each ARS/F-Route Selection number to an ARS/F-Route table number for each ARS/F-Route time mode.
  • Page 213: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-04 (ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule): Enter the programming mode. 44 04 44-04-01 Select No 1 F-Route Mode1=0 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 214: Ars/F-Route Table

    Programming 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table to set the ARS/F-Route table. There are 4 kinds of order.
  • Page 215: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table Dial Treatment 0-15 Select the Dial Treatment to be used for the table. If a Dial Treatment is selected, Programs 44-05-02 and 44-05-03 are ignored and the Dial Treatment deÞned in Program 26-03-01 is used instead.
  • Page 216: Additional Dial Table

    Programming 44-06 : Additional Dial Table 44-06 : Additional Dial Table Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-06 : Additional Dial Table to set the additional dial table to add prior to the dialed ARS/F-Route number.
  • Page 217: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 44-06 : Additional Dial Table Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-06 (Additional Dial Table): Enter the programming mode. 44 06 4-06-01 Add TBL1 Dial = ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 44-06-nn Add TBLnnnn nnnnn...
  • Page 218: Gain Table For Ars/F-Route Access

    Programming 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access to set the gain/PAD table. If an exten- sion dials ARS/F-Route number;...
  • Page 219: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-07 (Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access): Enter the programming mode. 44 07 44-07-01 Gain TBL 1 INC Transmit 32 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 220: Time Schedule For Ars/F-Route

    Programming 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route to deÞne the daily pattern of the ARS/F- Route feature.
  • Page 221: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route Feature Cross Reference ● Automatic Route Selection (ARS)/F-Route Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-08 (Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route): Enter the programming mode. 44 08 44-08-01 Time Pttn 1 T-Zone01:Start =00:00 ↑...
  • Page 222: Weekly Schedule For Ars/F-Route

    Programming 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route to deÞne a weekly schedule for using ARS/F-Route.
  • Page 223: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 44-09 (Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route): Enter the programming mode. 44 09 44-09-01 Sunday Pattern=1 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program. 44-09-nn nnnnn ←...
  • Page 224: Holiday Schedule For Ars/F-Route

    Programming 44-10 : Holiday Schedule for ARS/F-Route 44-10 : Holiday Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 44-10 : Holiday Schedule for ARS/F-Route to deÞne a yearly schedule for ARS/F- Route.
  • Page 225: Voice Mail Integration Options

    Programming 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Program 45-01-10 not available. • Program 45-01-10 available with software 4.94+. Description Use Program 45-01 :Voice Mail Integration Options to customize certain voice mail integration options.
  • Page 226: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options Message Wait 0 = Off Enable/disable the system’s ability to pro- 1 = On cess the Voice Mail’s Message Wait (#) commands. You should normally enable this option. If enabled, be sure that the programmed Message NotiÞcation strings don’t contain the code #9 for trunk access.
  • Page 227: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 45-01 (Voice Mail Integration Options): Enter the programming mode. 45 01 45-01-01 STG No. of VM ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 228: Codec Information Basic Setup

    Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Items 60 and 61 available. • Items 60 and 61 available with software 1.18+. Requires VOIPU PCB Þrmware 3.2+.
  • Page 229 Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Item Input Data Default Description Number of G723 Audio Frame 1 = 30 msec Maximum number of G723 Audio 2 = 60 msec Frame G723 0:Disable 1:Enable Maximum value of Jitter Delay 0-65535 msec 60 msec Maximum value of Jitter Delay for...
  • Page 230 Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Item Input Data Default Description Idle Noise Level 5000-7000 7000 Noise level of silence (-5000 ~ -7000dbm) 5000 = -5000dbm 7000 = -7000dbm Echo canceler mode 0 = Disable Determine whether or not to use Echo 1 = Enable canceller.
  • Page 231 Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Item Input Data Default Description Bandwidth Control 0:Disable Controls the voice bandwidth on an 1:Enable H.323 trunk. Maximum Bandwidth 0-65535kbps The maximum total bandwidth limita- tion for voice packets. Fax Max Rate 24 = V.27ter, 2400 bps 48 = V.27ter, 4800 bps 72 = V.29, 7200 bps...
  • Page 232: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Item Input Data Default Description Fax Relay: Eßags for First DIS 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Fax Relay: FOP Protocol 0 = Disable Enhancement 1 = Enable Fax Relay: NSF Override 0 = Disable 1 = Enable T30: ECM...
  • Page 233: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 84-01 : CODEC Information Basic Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 84-01 (CODEC Information Basic Setup): Enter the programming mode. 84 01 84-01-01 RAS Ucast Port20001 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 234: H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup

    Use Program 84-02 : H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup to deÞne the data of H.225 and H.245. It is recommended that these settings are left at the default values unless you are advised to change the values by NEC Infrontia. Input Data Item...
  • Page 235: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 84-02 : H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup Item Item Input Data Default Description URQ Retry Count 0-255 RAS ARQ Timer 0-255 sec 5 sec ARQ Retry Count 0-255 RAS BRQ Timer 0-255 sec 5 sec BRQ Retry Count 0-255 RAS IRR Timer 0-255 sec 5 sec...
  • Page 236: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 84-02 : H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 84-02 (H.225, H.245 Information Basic Setup): Enter the programming mode. 84 02 84-02-01 H225 Alert Time 180sec. ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 237: Voipu Pcb Dhcp Server Mode Setup

    Programming 84-04 : VOIPU PCB DHCP Server Mode Setup 84-04 : VOIPU PCB DHCP Server Mode Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP Networking. • Applicable to IP Networking. • With software 2.63+, this program requires •...
  • Page 238: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 84-04 : VOIPU PCB DHCP Server Mode Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 84-04 (VOIPU PCB DHCP Server Mode Setup): Enter the programming mode. 84 04 84-04-01 DHCP Serv.Mode0:Off ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 239: Voipu Ip Address Setup

    Programming 84-05 : VOIPU IP Address Setup 84-05 : VOIPU IP Address Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. • Applicable to IP and ISDN Networking. Description Use Program 84-05 : VOIPU IP Address Setup to deÞne the IP Address of the VOIPU PCB. Input Data Slot Number 01-16...
  • Page 240: Telephone Programming Instructions

    Programming 84-05 : VOIPU IP Address Setup Telephone Programming Instructions To enter data for Program 84-05 (VOIPU IP Address Setup): Enter the programming mode. 84 05 84-05-01 Slot1 IP Add 172.16 .0 .20 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ back select Enter the number of the item you want to program.
  • Page 241: Voipu Setup

    Programming 84-06 : VOIPU Setup 84-06 : VOIPU Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Items 13 and 14 available. • Items 13 and 14 available with software 1.18+. Requires VOIPU PCB Þrmware 3.2+. • Item 15 available with software 2.65+. •...
  • Page 242: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 84-06 : VOIPU Setup Ready/Ready-Answer 0-65535 4000 Port Number Long Tail Echo (LTEC) 0 = Off Mode 1 = On Long Tail Echo Code 1 = G.729AB (LTEC) Type 2 = G.723.1 Long Tail Echo (LTEC) 1 = 8msec Tail Size 2 = 16msec 3 = 32msec...
  • Page 243: H.323 Phone Codec Information Basic Setup

    Programming 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup Level: Aspire S Aspire M/L/XL • Available. • Available. • Item 31 available with software 2.63+. • Item 31 available with software 2.63+. •...
  • Page 244 Programming 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program G.723 Audio Frame G.723 VAD Mode 0 = Disable 1 = Enable G.723 Jitter Buffer Min 0~500 ms G.723 Jitter Buffer Type 0~500 ms G.723 Jitter Buffer Max 0~500 ms Jitter Buffer Mode...
  • Page 245 Programming 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program TX Gain 0-28 (-14~+14) 0 = -14 dbm 1 = -13 dbm 14 = 0 dbm 27 = 13 dbm 28 = 14 dbm RX Gain 0-28 (-14~+14) 0 = -14 dbm...
  • Page 246: Feature Cross Reference

    Programming 84-12 : H.323 Phone CODEC Information Basic Setup Item Related Item Input Data Default Program FAX Relay 0 = Disable Select "2" for FAX Relay to SLT (Program 15-03- 1 = Enable 2 = Each Port Mode 03:special), Trunk and networking. Refer to Program 84-01-36 through 84-01-57 for FAX Relay options.
  • Page 247: Appendix

    Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Section 4 Appendix Aspire Networking Examples The examples in this section are only a guide to the conÞguration required on the Aspire to install the Networking feature. Note that the Aspire M/L/XL must have a Feature Upgrade PAL or Enhanced PAL in order to use the Networking feature.
  • Page 248: Isdn Networking Examples

    Appendix Aspire Networking Examples ISDN Networking Examples ISDN BRI (Aspire M/L/XL Only) Networking Basic Rate Interface ISDN is supported on all BRI PCB’s (2, 4 or 8 BRIU). Each cir- cuit of the BRIU PCB can be set independently to Trunk / S0 / Networking mode. Each circuit set as Networking mode will require 2 of the Networking ports on the system, there are a total of 26 (Aspire S), 256 (Aspire M/L), or 384 (Aspire XL) Networking ports available.
  • Page 249 Appendix Aspire Networking Examples ISDN PRI (Aspire M/L/XL Only) Networking Primary Rate Interface ISDN is supported on the standard PRI PCB’s. Each PRIU PCB can be set independently to Trunk / S0 / Networking mode. When set to Networking, a PRIU PCB will require 24 of the Networking ports on the system, there are a total of 26 (Aspire S), 256 (Aspire M/L), or 384 (Aspire XL) Networking ports available.
  • Page 250: Voip Networking Example

    Appendix Aspire Networking Examples VoIP Networking Example Aspire IP Networking requires the Aspire M/L/XL NTCPU PCB with a Feature Upgrade PAL or Enhanced PAL chip and a VOIPU PCB. The Aspire S can also be used for IP Networking and requires an ENTU LAN card and a VOIPU PCB. The VOIPU PCB provides the speech resources.
  • Page 251 Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Aspire A Aspire B Program 10-12-01 Program 10-12-01 • IP Address of the NTCPU = 172.16.0.10 • IP Address of the NTCPU = 172.16.0.11 Program 10-12-02 Program 10-12-02 • Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0 • Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0 Program 10-12-03 Program 10-12-03 •...
  • Page 252 Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Explanation of routing for IP Networking When a user places a call to a remote extension number the dialled digits are checked against the Numbering Scheme in Program 11-01. This will provide the Node ID number of the route to the remote system.
  • Page 253: Multi-Site Networking Example

    Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Multi-Site Networking Example Aspire Multi-Site Networking is a network of three or more Aspire systems. The network can con- sist of either Aspire ISDN or Aspire IP network connections. The example below shows three Aspire systems, each has a VOIPU card installed. The NTCPU and VOIPU PCB’s are connected to a hub via a standard LAN patch cable.
  • Page 254 Appendix Aspire Networking Examples Aspire A Aspire B Aspire C Program 10-12-01 Program 10-12-01 Program 10-12-01 • IP Address of the NTCPU = • IP Address of the NTCPU = • IP Address of the NTCPU = 172.16.0.10 172.16.0.11 172.16.0.12 Program 10-12-02 Program 10-12-02 Program 10-12-02...
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  • Page 256 NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 TEL: 203-926-5400 FAX: 203-929-0535 www.necunifiedsolutions.com (0893207) June 19, 2006, Rev 3 Printed in U.S.A.

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