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SAMSUNG
DCS
COMBINED
PROGRAMMING
MANUAL
for
DCS
DCS COMPACT
DCS COMPACT II
DCS-816
DCS-408
DCS-408i

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    SAMSUNG COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL DCS COMPACT DCS COMPACT II DCS-816 DCS-408 DCS-408i...

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    Samsung Telecoms reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. Samsung Telecoms also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.

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    EU Declaration of Conformity For other directives relevant to DCS Compact II, DCS-816, DCS-408 and DCS-408i systems, refer to the Samsung website at: www.samsung-telecoms.co.uk...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    1.5.1 Precautions When Programming ..........1–4 1.5.2 Opening System or Customer Level Programming ..... 1–4 1.5.3 Opening Station Level Programming .......... 1–5 1.5.4 Programming DCS-408 and 408i Systems........1–5 Program (MMC) List and Default Data ......2–1 Program (MMC) List ...............2–1 Default Data..................2–3...

  • Page 5: Introduction To Programming, Using This Manual

    DCS-408 DCS-408i. In this manual, these systems are referred to as “DCS,” “Compact I (CI),” “Compact II (CII)," "816," "408" and “408i” respectively. Programming requirements for these system types are generally the same, but occasionally there are differences. Users of 408 and 408i systems should also read Programming DCS-408 and 408i Systems in section 1.5.4...

  • Page 6: Programming Overview, Programming Levels, System Level, Customer Level

    INTRODUCTION COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 1.2 Programming Overview When the keyphone system arrives from the factory it contains default data. This needs to be customised, using the MMC programs, to suit the customer’s requirements. MMC stands for Man Machine Code and each MMC is assigned a three-digit code (100, 101, and so on).

  • Page 7: Station Level, Keys Used For Programming, Soft Keys, Other Keys

    1.4 Keys Used for Programming Programming may be done from any 6-button (6B), 12-button (12B) or 24-button (24B) keyset with a liquid crystal display (LCD). (Refer to the Samsung DCS Keyset User Guide for a full description of keyset operation.) 1.4.1 Soft Keys...

  • Page 8: Programming Procedures, Precautions When Programming

    INTRODUCTION COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 The 6, 12 or 24 extra programmable keys can be set up to perform specific functions when pressed during normal operation. During programming, some of these keys also perform other specific functions. This is described in the individual MMC program pro- cedure where applicable.

  • Page 9: Opening Station Level Programming, Programming Dcs-408 And 408i Systems

    2. Enter the MMC program number. Carefully follow the instructions given with each MMC to program your system correctly. 1.5.4 Programming DCS-408 and 408i Systems Although physically similar in appearance, the “408” and “408i” are different systems and may have different programming requirements and features. For example, the 408i sup- ports ISDN whereas the 408 does not.

  • Page 10: Program (mmc) List

    MMC LIST COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Part 2. Program MMC List & Default Data 2.1 Program (MMC) List 100: STATION LOCK 317: ASSIGN STATION/STATION USE 101: CHANGE USER PASSCODE 318: DISTINCTIVE RING 102: CALL FORWARD 319: BRANCH GROUP 103: SET ANSWER MODE 400: CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK...

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    MMC LIST COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 703: TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE 736: ASSIGN AA MOH 704: ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER 737: DECT SYSTEM CODE 705: ASSIGN SYSTEM SPEED DIAL 738: DECT CLEAR REGISTRATION 706: SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME 739: BSI DOWNLOAD 707: AUTHORISATION CODE 740:...

  • Page 12: Default Data

    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 2.2 Default Data Station Programs 408i 100: STATION LOCK ALL STATIONS UNLOCKED 101: CHANGE USER PASSCODE ALL STATION PASCODES=1234 102: CALL FO RWARD ALL STATION=0 (FWD CANCEL) ALL KEYSETS ‘RING’ 103: SET ANSWER MODE RING FREQUENCY DEFAULT=5 104: STATION NAME...

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    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 System Programs 408i 200: OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING CLOSED (DISABLED) 201: CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE PASSCODE =1234 202: CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES DAY/NIGHT=0000 DISA ALARM=5678 ALARM CLR=8765 AA RECORD=4321 DECT (BSI) REGISTER =4321 203: ASSIGN UA DEVICE NONE 204: COMMON BELL CONTROL...

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    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 408i 311: ASSIGN SIM PARAMETER SIM TYPE = DTE CALL MODE = MANUAL ANS MODE = MANUAL AUTO BAUD = ON DTR CHECK = ON ECHO = ON PROTOCOL = V110 SPEED = 9600 CHAR LENGTH = 8 BITS PARITY = NONE STOP BIT = 1...

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    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 408i 419: BRI OPTION CHANNEL ANY: YES BRI MODE: P-P DDI DLSEND: OVERLAP BRI CODING: A-LAW POWERFEED: NO 420: PRI OPTION CHANNEL ANY: YES PRI MODE: DDI DLSEND: OVERLAP 421: MSN DIGIT NONE 422: ASSIGN TRUNK COS DAY CLASS: 1...

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    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 408i 601: ASSIGN STATION GROUP SEE MMC 601 602: STATION GROUP NAME NONE 603: ASSIGN TRUNK GROUP SEE MMC 603 604: ASSIGN STATION TO PAGE ZONE NO STATIONS ASSIGNED ’ALL ZONE’ IS SET 605: ASSIGN EXTERNAL PAGE ZONE NONE...

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    DEFAULT DATA COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 408i 727: SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY INSTALLED CARD VERSIONS 728: CLIP TRANSLATION TABLE NONE 730: AA RECORD GAIN +0.0 dB 731: AA RAM CLEAR NONE 732: AA TRANSLATION TABLE SEE MMC 732 733: AA PLAN TABLE SEE MMC 733 734: AA MESSAGE MATCH...

  • Page 18: System Configuration: Quick Reference

    2.3 System Configuration: Quick Reference Description Compact I Compact II 408i AA card port numbers 3951–8 3951–6 381–6 381–4 AA Translation tables 1 & 2 (entries) Account codes Authorisation codes BGM port numbers 3701–2 371–2 371–2 371–2 CALL keys (max.) Classes of Service (COS) CLIP Translation Table entries Daughterboards (keyset)

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

  • Page 20: Special Applications

    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Part 3. Special Applications Part 3 provides additional information covering the following topics: Voice Mail / Auto Attendant Integration Individual Station Page CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) Toll Restriction (Call Barring) Overview Overview...

  • Page 21: Voice Mail / Auto Attendant Integration

    Bellcore standard SMDI—available by setting in MMC 210 (SMDI VMS SET option). Because of the increased popularity of voice mail and auto attendant use, all DCS systems include many programmable options to address this demand. The degree of integration that can be achieved depends on the abilities of the voice mail/auto attendant (VM/AA) sys- tem as well as the telephone system.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 In-Band Signalling Systems can be programmed to send the calling station’s extension number after the voice mail system answers. These DTMF signals may include a leading digit to indicate the type of call and additional information about the original caller. DTMF signals may also be substituted for call progress tones to speed up voice mail call processing.

  • Page 23: Individual Station Page

    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Individual Station Page Keyphone systems were not designed to permit page announcements to individual keysets. However, a forced auto answer key (FAUTO) can be used to do this. 1. Program a keyset for RING in MMC 103. 2.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) Hardware Provisions ISDN trunk cards. Software Provisions The MMCs related to CLIP are listed below with a short description of their uses. They are listed in the recommended order in which they should be programmed. This sequence is suggested so that the installer/technician gets a better understanding of how the feature works.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Toll Restriction (Call Barring) Overview The system allows each station to be assigned a class of service (COS) for day and night modes. Into this COS is brought the dialling restrictions to be applied to each station. Dial- ling restrictions are applied in MMC 702 (Toll Deny Table) and MMC 703 (Toll Allowance Table).

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Stations with Toll Levels F or G applied will have no restrictions. Use of Wild Cards and the Allowance Table The Wild Card Table in MMC 704 appears as follows. WILD CARD The digits 0–9, * and # are values that each of the wild cards X, Y and Z can take. This is explained later.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Overview Contents Introduction ..............3–9 Specifications ..............3–9 PRI ................3–9 BRI ................3–9 ISDN Services ............3–10 Installation ..............3–12 Operation ............... 3–12 Ports ............... 3–12 PRI and BRI LT-T Mode ..........3–13 BRI LT-S Mode ............3–13 Features Reference Tables ..........

  • Page 28: Specifications

    NOVEMBER 2001 Introduction In the DCS there are two line cards for ISDN. One is the PRI card containing one Primary Rate Interface; the other is the BRIN card containing four Basic Rate Interfaces. For Com- pact (I and II) and 816 systems there are two types of BRI card, one with two BRI access, the other with four.

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    For LT-S ports, you can decide whether or not power is supplied to that port by MMC 419. 32 numbers (DCS—range 7801 to 7832) or 24 numbers (Compact II—range 7801 to 7824) are reserved for terminals attached to the LT-S ports. Each number can be as- signed to only one port.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 DESTINATION Speech Telephony DGP (Digital keyphone) SLT (ICM/CO ring in MMC 208) 3.1 kHz Audio Telephony SLT (ICM/CO ring in MMC 208) 3.1 kHz Audio None SLT (ICM/CO ring in MMC 208) 3.1 kHz Audio Fax G2/3 SLT (DATA ring in MMC 208) Table 3 - Accepted BC and HLC when destination is a non-S0 terminal...

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    4) Carry out related MMC programming according to your intended use of the card. 5) Run MMC 418 (Card Restart). Note: In DCS, both BRI and PRI must be installed in the Basic Key Service Unit (not the Expansion § Cabinet).

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    DCS subscriber (DGP/SLT) To call a DCS subscriber from an ISDN terminal, dial the number you want to call. It is of no concern to the BRI card whether the terminal sends the number in enblock or overlap mode.

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    Inter Digit Time Overlap Inter Digit Inter Digit time in overlap send- ing/receiving Table 7 – Related DCS timers Note: These values can be changed in MMC 501 or 503. PRI and BRI LT -T Port Call feature capability Feature...

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC dependency Related Note MMC 403 Trunk Toll Class MMC 404 Trunk Name MMC 404 Trunk Number For an outgoing call, if there is no matching number in the DDI table this number will be used as calling party number MMC 406 Trunk Ring Assignment PRI Mode: NOR...

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    Rx of P3 R/GR GR/R Rx of P3 Tx of P4 R/SL SL/R Tx of P4 Rx of P4 BK/BL BL/BK Rx of P4 Table 11 - Champ connector pin assignment (DCS) Note: Tx and Rx has no polarity. 3–16...

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Compact I Function Colour Colour Function Tx of P1 W/BL BL/W Tx of P1 Rx of P1 Rx of P1 Tx of P2 W/GR GR/W Tx of P2 Rx of P2 W/BR BR/W Rx of P2 Tx of P3 W/SL...

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    NT Side (LT-S) Table 15 - Pin assignment of RJ-45 for BRI Note: DCS-408 and 408i users should refer to the Installation Manual provided with their system for details of pin connections for BRI. Making an RJ-45 connector extension to BRI As shown in Table 15, LT-S (NT side) and LT-T (User side) have different pin assignments in RJ-45.

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    Example of programming a STATION port Assume that you have a BRI card installed in DCS and its ports are numbered from 701 to 708. You want to use the 4th BRI access (707 and 708) as a STATION port to connect ISDN terminals.

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    SPECIAL APPLICATIONS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Step 1 Select the functional mode of that port as STATION in MMC 423 (S/T Mode). You can set either 707 or 708 to STATION. Step 2 Choose whether you want to supply power to that BRI access or not. If you do, set the POWER FEED option to YES in MMC 419.

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    Station level, the procedure is different and you should refer to your Sam- sung DCS Keyset User Guide for details. The term “DCS” as used in this manual includes Compact I systems, except where otherwise indicated. Make sure the correct country is first selected (MMC 812) before carrying out any other programming.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MC: 100 STATION LOCK 408i Allows the system administrator to lock or unlock an individual station or all s tations simultane- ously. The three options are: UNLOCKED Unlocks a locked station. LOCKED OUT Prevents the station from accessing a C.O.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 101 CHANGE USER PASSCODE 408i Allows the system administrator to reset keyset passcodes to their default value of “1234.” This MMC cannot display station passcodes; it can only reset them to default. The passcode is used to lock or unlock the keyset for toll restriction (call barring) override and to access the DISA feature.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 102 CALL FORWARD 408i Allows the system administrator to program the call forward destinations for station users. Also allows call forwarding to be set after the destination has been entered. The system allows five types of call forwarding: FORWARD ALL, FORWARD BUSY, FORWARD NO ANSWER, and FORWARD EXTERNAL.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: All stations 0 (Forward Cancel) Related Items: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 501 System-Wide Timers MMC 502 Station-Wide Timers MMC 701 Assign COS Contents MMC 722 Station Key Programming MMC 723 System Key Programming MMC 102 (Page 2 of 2)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 103 SET ANSWER MODE 3 3 408i Allows the system administrator to change the answer mode of any keyset. Each keyset can have its answer mode set to one of the following options: 0.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 104 STATION NAME 408i Allows the system administrator to enter a name, up to 11 characters, to identify an individual sta- tion. Names are written using the keypad. Each key press selects a character and moves the cursor to the next position.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 105 STATION SPEED DIAL 408i Allows the system administrator to program personal speed dial numbers for stations. This may be particularly useful for single line telephones which are more difficult to program by the station user.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press the “F” key to access MMC 106, Station Speed Dial Name, to enter name Press the LEFT soft key to return to step 3 (new dial no) Press the RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 (new stn) Press TRSF to save and exit Press SPEAKER to save and advance to next MMC Default Data:...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 106 STATION SPEED DIAL NAME 408i Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered f o r each personal speed dial location. This name enables the speed dial number to be located when the directory dial feature is used. The directory dial feature allows the display keyset user to select a speed dial location by viewing its name.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 105 Station Speed Dial MMC 606 Assign Speed Block MMC 106 (Page 2 of 2)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 107 KEY EXTENDER 408i Used to view the programmable keys assigned to keyset stations. In addition, it allows the system administrator to assign key extenders to those programmed keys which can have ex- tenders, making general access feature keys more specific.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 107 [201] EXT (MAST) Display shows 01:CALL1 For 408 and 408i systems, display shows: [21] EXT EXTEND 01:DT71 Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] EXT (MAST) 01:CALL1 Use UP or DOWN to scroll through station numbers and press RIGHT soft key to move the cursor Enter key number (e.g., 18)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 108 STATION STATUS 408i This is a read-only MMC. Displays the following attributes of a station port: Compact II 408 / 408i PORT NO: #: Cabinet PORT NO: Slot PORT NO: 8DLI (01– PORT NO: 4DLI (01–...

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    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 803 Assign Tenant Group (DCS only) MMC 108 (Page 2 of 2)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 109 DATE DISPLAY 408i Allows the system administrator 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 MM/DD DAY HH:MM 1 = WESTERN...

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    (Not applicable to 408 systems.) Note: Keyset users can set or change these options for their own keyset (refer to the Samsung DCS Keyset User Guide for details).

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 110 [ 201] STN ON/OFF Display shows AUTO HOLD :OFF Dial station number (e.g., 205) [205] STN ON/OFF AUTO HOLD :OFF Press UP or DOWN to select keyset and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Press ANS/RLS for ALL [ALL] STN ON/OFF...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 111 KEYSET RING TONE 408i Allows the system administrator to select the ring tone heard at each keyset. There are eight (1– 8) ring tones available. A short tone burst of the selection will be heard when a key is pressed. PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

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    Keyset users can set their own alarms. A number of alarms may be set for each station: three (1–3) for DCS systems or two (1– 2) for Compact II, 816 and 408/408i systems. Each alarm may be defined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, or as a DAILY alarm, or NOTSET as described below.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 113 VIEW MEMO NUMBER 408i Allows the system administrator to enter memos on stations. Up to three memos can be entered, depending on your system. MMC 116 (Alarm and Message) can be programmed to remind the station user to read the memo(s).

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 114 STATION VOLUME 408i Allows the system administrator to set volume levels for keysets. RING VOLUME Set a level for ring volume. There are eight volume levels: level 1 is the lowest and level 8 the highest. OFF-RING VOL Set a level for off-hook ring volume.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 115 SET PROGRAMMED MESSAGE 408i Allows the system administrator to set a programmed message at individual or all keysets. There are 20 messages available (01–20). These messages are as set up in MMC 715, Programmed Station Message.

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    Allows the system administrator or technician to set or change the alarm clock/appointment re- minder feature for individual or all stations. For DCS systems, three alarms (1–3) can be set for each station. For other systems, two alarms (1–2) can be set. Each alarm may be defined as a one-time or TODAY alarm, as a DAILY alarm, or NOTSET as described below.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 116 [ 201] ALM REM(1) Display shows HHMM: èNOTSET 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)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 119 SET CLIP DISPLAY 408i Allows the system administrator or keyset user to change the order in which CLIP information is displayed on a keyset LCD. CLIP display options are as follows: NO DISPLAY No CLIP data is displayed.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 121 KEYSET LANGUAGE 408i Used to assign an LCD display based on a keyset user’s own language. Options include some or all of the following, depending on your system: ENGLISH GERMAN PORTUGAL NORSK (NORWAY) DANISH DUTCH...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 200 OPEN CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING 408i Used to open (enable) or close (disable) customer-level programming by the system administra- tor. If programming is not opened and an attempt is made to access a customer-level MMC, the error message [NOT PERMIT] will be displayed.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 201 CHANGE CUSTOMER PASSCODE 408i Used to change the passcode allowing access to MMC 200, Open Customer Programming, from its current value. PROGRAM KEYS KEYPAD Used to enter passcodes SPEAKER Save data and advance to next MMC ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 201...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 202 CHANGE FEATURE PASSCODES 408i Your system supports some or all of the following features: DAY/NIGHT DISA ALARM ALARM CLR AA RECORD DECT (BSI) REGISTER This MMC is used to change the passcode for supported features Note: The passcode is four digits long.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 203 ASSIGN UA DEVICE 408i Assigns the 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.

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    If interrupted is chosen, the relay follows an internal ring pattern of one second closed followed by three seconds open. By default, all common bell relay pairs are assigned as: DCS: 380x Compact II: 363–365 816: 362 408 and 408i: 361 PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

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    Designates the station that controls the loud bell ring output of one of the following: DCS systems—a Trunk A card. Each Trunk A card has one loud bell output; these outputs are given a Directory Number of 3901–3920 as a default value to enable them to be assigned.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 206 BARGE-IN TYPE 408i The Barge In feature allows selected keysets to intrude on other keysets which are not set as se- cure from barge in. This MMC sets the type of barge-in that is permitted. DIAL TYPE OF BARGE-IN DESCRIPTION...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 207 ASSIGN VM/AA PORT 408i 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. Do not make VMAA ports data;...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 208 ASSIGN RING TYPE 408i Provides the flexibility to program SLTs to have ICM ringing, C.O. ringing and data secure. With the many types of external ringing devices, all configurations can be met. DATA RING also has a positive disconnect signal.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 209 ASSIGN ADD-ON MODULE 408i 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 SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right RELEASE Used to store data and advance to next MMC...

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    Allows the system administrator to set system features on or off. Not all features are available on all systems. Refer to the following table for details (a tick means “available”). SYSTEM FEATURE DESCRIPTION DCS / C II 408/408i DISA PSWD Determines whether outside customers are r e quired to enter DISA passcode (Yes=ON, No=OFF).

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 210 TEN.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 211 DOOR RING ASSIGNMENT 408i Designates which devices will ring when a doorphone button is pressed for both day and night mode. Two types of device can ring: station and station group; these are listed below with their default directory numbers.

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    Select night destination in the same way Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: All sensors ring 500 day/night Related Items: MMC 213 Alarm Message MMC 212 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

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    RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 FIRE! Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 212 Alarm Ringing Station MMC 213 [DCS / Co mpact II] (Page 1 of 1)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 214 DISA ALARM RINGING STATION 408i 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. Both a day and a night destination can be selected. A valid destination can be: DEVICE DEFAULT DIRECTORY NUMBER...

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    VDIAL cards are numbered with odd numbers. For example, the first VDIAL card in the system is numbered 3551 (DCS) or 355 (Compact II). The second channel, if used, will be numbered 3552 (or 356).The second VDIAL card is numbered 3553 (or 357), and a second channel 3554 (or 358). If only one channel is assigned, the even number 3552 or 3554 (356 or 358) will not appear in MMC 216.

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    Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: NONE Related Items: MMC 215 Voice Dialler Options MMC 722 Station Key Programming MMC 723 System Key Programming MMC 724 Dial Numbering Plan Keyset User Guide MMC 216 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 217 CCC OPTION 408i Used to select Call Cost Option and is related only to 131 Cable & Wireless service. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 219 COMMON RELAY SERVICE TYPE 408i This MMC is used to define the function of : three common relays in the Compact II MISC card (363–365), or the common relay in the 816 base board (362), or the common relay in the 408/408i base board (361).

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 220 ISDN SERVICE TYPE 408i Assigns the ISDN service type for SLT stations. 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...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 300 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER STATION 408i Allows the following features to be enabled on individual stations. ACCESS DIAL Determines whether a user can select a trunk or trunk group by dial- ling its directory number (DN). This selection should be turned OFF when using LCR.

  • Page 89

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 300 [201] CUS.ON/OFF Display shows ACCESS DIAL :ON 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 key to [ALL] CUS.ON/OFF move cursor ACCESS DIAL :ON...

  • Page 90

    Used to assign a day and night class of service to each station. A number of different classes of service can be defined in MMC 701, Assign COS Contents—i.e. 30 for DCS/Compact II systems (01–30), 10 for 816 systems (01–10) and four for 408/408i systems (1–4).

  • Page 91

    PICKUP GROUPS 3 3 408i Allows the assignment of stations into call pickup groups. Maximum number of pickup groups is: DCS and Compact II – 20 816 – 8 408/408i – 4 An unlimited number of members can belong to each group. Stations can only be in one pickup group at any given time.

  • Page 92

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 303 ASSIGN BOSS/SECRETARY 408i Assigns BOSS stations to SECRETARY stations. One BOSS station can have up to four SECRE- TARY stations, and one SECRETARY station can have up to four BOSS stations.* A dedicated BOSS key must be programmed on the SECRETARY keyset(s).

  • Page 93

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 304 ASSIGN STATION / TRUNK USE 408i Allows trunks, on a per-station basis, to answer incoming calls, to dial out or to do both. If a sta- tion is set to DIAL:NO, the station will not have the ability to place a call. If the station is set to ANS:NO, the station cannot answer an incoming call.

  • Page 94

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 305 ASSIGN FORCED CODE 408i 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 Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS...

  • Page 95

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 306 HOT LINE 408i Allows a station to make an automatic internal or external call upon the expiration of a timer (see MMC 501, System-Wide Timers: ‘Off-Hook Select Timer’ option) to a predetermined number when the handset is lifted.

  • Page 96

    Assigns a background music (BGM) source to keysets as follows. DCS –There is a total of 19 possible music selections, but this is dependent on the number of Trunk A cards that are installed in the system. Only one music source is provided per Trunk A card.

  • Page 97

    (customer-provided MOH source). DCS–The system must have a Trunk A card installed to provide a music source. There is a total of 19 possible music selections, but this is dependent on the number of Trunk A cards in the sys- tem.

  • Page 98

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 310 LCR CLASS OF SERVICE 408i Assigns the LCR class of service allowed for a station on a per-station basis. Eight classes (1–8) can be assigned. (408/408i systems have four classes, 1–4.) PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 99

    ANS MODE Table 4 AUTO BAUD Table 5 DTR CHECK Table 6 ECHO Table 7 PROTOCOL Table 8 SPEED Table 9 CHAR LENGTH = Table 10 PARITY Table 11 STOP BIT Table 12 MMC 311 [DCS] (Page 1 of 2)

  • Page 100

    Auto Baud = ON DTR Check = ON Echo = ON Protocol = V110 Speed = 9600 Char Length = 8 Bits Parity = None Stop Bit = 1 Related Items: MMC 804 System I/O Parameter MMC 311 [DCS] (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 101

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 312 ALLOW CLIP 408i Allows the system installer or administrator to: allow or prevent receipt of CLIP data from the network § request or restrict sending of CLIP data to the network. §...

  • Page 102

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to save and advance to next MMC Default Data : RCV=YES SND=YES INFO=CO Tel Related Items: MMC 119 Set CLIP Display MMC 312 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 103

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 313 ASSIGN PIN CODE 408i Assigns individual users to PIN codes in the system. For Cable & Wireless 131 service there is a maximum of four PIN codes allocated in the system, so users must be assigned to the PIN code used when dialling out on a Cable &...

  • Page 104

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 314 CONFIRM OUTGOING CALL 408i 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 SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC HOLD...

  • Page 105

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 315 SET RELOCATION 408i Used when a station moves its phone to another location (a different port). All relevant data for the phone are moved to the new location automatically. ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 315 SET RELOCATION Display shows...

  • Page 106

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 316 COPY STATION USABLE 408i Copy the condition of station/trunk usability and station/station usability from one station to an- other station. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right...

  • Page 107

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 317 ASSIGN STATION / STATION USE 408i Used to control whether a station can dial other stations. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER...

  • Page 108

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 318 DISTINCTIVE RING 408i 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 109

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 319 BRANCH GROUP Not Used in the UK MMC 319 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 110

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 400 CUSTOMER ON/OFF PER TRUNK 408i Assigns several options (listed below) on a per-trunk basis. OPTIONS 1A2 EMULATE Trunk override call (NO PRIVACY) TRUNK INC DND Allows trunk to override DND (DIL) TRUNK FORWARD Allows trunk to be forwarded LCR ALLOW...

  • Page 111

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 401 C.O. / PBX LINE 408i Used to select the mode of the C.O. line. If PBX mode is chosen, this allows PBX access codes to be recognised, thus allowing more complete toll restriction (call barring). This mode is a s- signed on a per-trunk basis.

  • Page 112

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 402 TRUNK DIAL TYPE 408i Used to determine the dialling type of each C.O. line. There are two options: 0 Dual tone multi frequency (DTMF) 1 Pulse (rotary dial) PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...

  • Page 113

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 403 TRUNK TOLL CLASS 408i 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 114

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: All trunks F-STN day/night Related Items: MMC 301 Assign Station COS MMC 507 Assign Auto Night Time MMC 701 Assign COS Contents Toll Restriction MMC 403 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 115

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 404 TRUNK NAME 408i Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Names are written using the keypad. Each key press selects a character and moves the cursor to the next position.

  • Page 116

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 405 TRUNK NUMBER 408i Allows a number, up to 11 digits, to be entered to identify an individual trunk. Numbers are entered using the keypad. Pressing a key selects a digit and moves the cursor to the next position.

  • Page 117

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 406 TRUNK RING ASSIGNMENT 408i Enables ringing to a specific station or a group of stations (or an auto attendant for systems other than 408/408i) when incoming calls are received. This MMC controls both day and night loca- tions.

  • Page 118

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 407 FORCED TRUNK RELEASE 408i 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 KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS...

  • Page 119

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 408 ASSIGN TRUNK MUSIC ON HOLD SOURCE 408i Allows the system administrator to select which Music On Hold (MOH) source can be heard on each trunk. The possible selections for each music source are: TONE, NONE, internal and exter- nal (customer-provided MOH source).

  • Page 120

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 409 TRUNK STATUS READ 408i 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. OPTIONS Dial COMPACT II &...

  • Page 121

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: Port Number=Trunk port number Tenant No.=1 Type=Loop 1A2 Emulation=OFF Trk Fwd=ON Line Type=CO Dial Type=DTMF Day Toll=F–STN Night Toll=F–STN Day Ring Dest=500 (50 for 408/408i) Night Ring Dest=500 (50 for 408/408i) MOH Source=Tone DISA Status=Normal Related Items:...

  • Page 122

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 410 ASSIGN DISA TRUNK 408i Allows the system to have Direct Inward System Access (DISA). Because there is a possibility that unauthorised calls will be made via this feature, several safeguards have been added. The user must be informed of these to prevent unnecessary service calls.

  • Page 123

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 411 ASSIGN E1 SIGNAL TYPE Not Used in UK MMC 411 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 124

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: All AC15 trunks set to IMMEDIATE START Related Items: MMC 714 DDI Number and Name Translation MMC 412 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 125

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 414 MPD/PRS SIGNAL 408i Used on a per-trunk basis to define if a C.O. line is to be either a Metering Pulse (MPD) or a Po- larity Reversal Signal (PRS) trunk. (Note: PRS is not available in the UK.) A Meter Pulse Trunk will detect a C.O.-provided meter pulse.

  • Page 126

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 415 REPORT TRUNK ABANDON DATA 408i 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: 0 REPORT : NO Abandoned call records for incoming calls with CLIP information will not be...

  • Page 127

    Press UP or DOWN key to make selection Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: UNUSE DID TRANS Related Items: MMC 714 DDI Number and Name Translation MMC 416 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 128

    Press UP or DOWN key to select and press RIGHT soft Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: CRC4 ON Related Items: MMC 418 Card Restart MMC 417 [DCS/Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 129

    Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 417 PRI CRC4 Option (DCS & Compact II) MMC 419 BRI Option MMC 420 PRI Option (DCS & Compact II) MMC 423 S/T Mode MMC 418 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 130

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 419 BRI OPTION 408i This MMC comprises two groups of items. One group is for the "TRUNK" ports as set in MMC 423, S/T Mode, and the other is for the "STATION" ports. Be aware that some items will not be available on certain types of system.

  • Page 131: S0 Overview

    1. Any change to The Power Feed option is effective only after restarting the BRI card. Use MMC 418 to restart the card. 2. Only DCS (excluding Compact I) andCompact II systems provide a Power Feed option to the S0 In- terface. (See Table 1 in the S0 Overview section of this manual (Part 3, Special Applications).)

  • Page 132

    [703] BRI-STN CHANNEL ANY : YES 3.b.1 Press UP or DOWN key to choose item: CHANNEL ANY, POWER FEED (DCS/Compact II only), BRI COD- Press RIGHT soft key to move cursor and make selec- tion 3.b.2 For other items, repeat step 3.b.1 3.b.3 For another port, repeat from step 2...

  • Page 133

    There is also a CHANNEL ANY option. If set to YES, when a call is initiated the channel used is specified by the network; if set to NO, when a call is initiated the DCS/Compact II will specify which channel to use.

  • Page 134

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 421 MSN DIGIT 408i 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 135

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 421 [701]MSN DGT (1) Display shows DGT: Enter trunk number (e.g. 704) [704]MSN DGT (1) DGT: Press UP or DOWN key to scroll through ports and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Enter the location 1-8 (e.g.

  • Page 136

    ASSIGN TRUNK COS 408i Used to assign a day and night class of service (COS) to each trunk. For DCS and Compact II systems there are 30 (01-30) different classes of service. For 816 systems there are 10 (01–10). For 408/408i systems there are four (1–4). These are defined in MMC 701, Assign COS Contents.

  • Page 137

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 423 S/T MODE 408i Used to select the function of each BRI access. You can set a BRI access as "TRUNK" to which an ISDN C.O. line is connected, or as "STATION" to which an ISDN terminal is connected. For each BRI access, two adjacent ports are assigned.

  • Page 138

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 424 MAPPING 408i 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 BRI Related MMC Proce- dure in the S Overview section of this manual (see Part 3, "Special Applications").

  • Page 139

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 426 TRUNK GAIN CONTROL 408i 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 SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC HOLD...

  • Page 140

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 427 R2MFC SIGNAL Not Used in UK MMC 427 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 141

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 428 ASSIGN TRUNK / TRUNK USE 3 3 408i Used to control whether an incoming trunk can dial calls for specific trunks. (In the following ex- ample, you don’t want trunk 705 to dial calls for 708.) PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 142

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 500 SYSTEM-WIDE COUNTERS 408i Used to set the values of the system counters. The counters are listed below with a brief descrip- tion of each. DIAL COUNTER DESCRIPTION ALARM REMINDER The number of times that an alarm reminder will ring a station before cancelling.

  • Page 143

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 500 ALARM REM.CNTER Display shows Enter number from above list (e.g., 6) UCDS VISUAL ALARM Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Enter in new value via dial keypad UCDS VISUAL ALARM If entry is valid, system will return to step 2...

  • Page 144

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 501 SYSTEM-WIDE TIMERS 408i Allows the adjustment of individual system timers as necessary. Some timers can be disabled by setting the time to all zeros (000). PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS...

  • Page 145

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Timers Note that some timers apply only to certain systems. These are indicated in the list. TIMER NAME DEFAULT RANGE AA INT DGT 05 SEC 1–25 SEC (not 408/408i) AA NO ACT 10 SEC 1–25 SEC (not 408/408i) AA TRANS...

  • Page 146

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 PARK RECALL 45 SEC 0–255 SEC PC-MMC LOCK 5 MIN 1–60 MIN (not 408) POWER DOWN 2000 MS 1000–9900 MS RECALL DISCONECT 2 MIN 1–255 MIN RECALL WAIT 15 SEC 1–255 SEC SMDR START/DP 30 SEC 1–255 SEC SMDR START/DTMF...

  • Page 147

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 CLIP DISPLAY: The amount of time that the Calling Line ID information remains on the keyset’s dis- play. While on a trunk conversation, users are allowed to review received CLIP by pressing SCROLL à...

  • Page 148

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 HOK FLASH MIN: Monitors the duration of a hookswitch flash to ensure that the flash is valid and not a line noise or an accidental hookswitch bounce (SHORTEST DURATION). HOOK OFF: Controls the time before dial tone is sent to a single line station. HOOK ON: Sets the minimum amount of time that the system will recognise as an SLT hang up.

  • Page 149

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 RECALL WAIT: This is the time any recall (hold or transfer) continues to recall at your station before it recalls to the operator. SMDR START/DIAL PULSE (ROTARY): This grace period timer starts SMDR recording for rotary dialling.

  • Page 150

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 502 STATION-WIDE TIMERS 408i 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. NO ANS FWD This timer controls how long the station will ring before a Forward on No Answer takes place.

  • Page 151

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: NO ANS FWD 015 sec DTMF DURATION 100 msec FIRST DGT DELAY 600 msec Related Items: MMC 102 Call Forward MMC 207 Assign VM/AA Port MMC 726 VM/AA Options MMC 502 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 152

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 503 TRUNK-WIDE TIMERS 408i Allows certain trunk timer values to be changed on a per-trunk basis or for all trunks. It is not ad- visable to change these values (with the exception of trunk flash time) without assistance from Technical Support.

  • Page 153

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 504 PULSE MAKE/BREAK RATIO 408i Allows the value of pulses per second and the duration of the make/break time to be changed. This only affects rotary dial trunks. FEATURE KEYS Dial 0 Make/Break ratio (01–99) Dial 1 Pulse Per Second (10 or 20)

  • Page 154

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 505 ASSIGN DATE AND TIME 408i Allows the system clock date and time to be set. FEATURE KEYS 0–6 (0:SUN, 1:MON, 2:TUE, 3:WED, 4:THU, 5:FRI, 6:SAT) Month 01–12 Date 01–31 Year 00–99 (e.g. 02 for 2002) Hour 00–23 Minute...

  • Page 155

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 506 TONE CADENCE 408i Sets and changes tone cadences on a system-wide basis. There are 14 tones available, as listed below. Tones can be set to ‘interrupt’ or ‘continuous’, and interrupt tone cadences can be cus- tomised.

  • Page 156

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 If you selected INTERRUPT tone, dial in new value(s) TRSFER TONE : 0100 for interrupt times (must be four digits each – sequence 0100 0100 0100 on/off/on/off) Press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor Press LEFT soft key to retreat cursor If valid entry, system returns to step 2 Press TRSF to store and exit...

  • Page 157

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 507 ASSIGN AUTO NIGHT TIME 408i 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. (However, it is useful to have a dedicated key so the status can be manually changed if necessary.) The start time is the time the system switches from day to night service;...

  • Page 158

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 508 CALL COST 408i Allows the system administrator to set the Call Cost attributes generated by the system during a call. This information can be displayed on the keyphone LCD during a call or as an SMDR r e- cord.

  • Page 159

    There are three types of tone available through this MMC. The control of the tone cadence may be changed from interrupt tone to continuous tone. Some DCS systems may require default settings to comply with local operating companies. These tones are mainly used for performing Automatic Redial depending on call progress tones on request from internal users on a trunk call.

  • Page 160

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: Tone BUSY TONE DIAL TONE 1000 1000 RINGBACK TONE Note: All times are in milliseconds Related Items: None MMC 509 [Compact I] (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 161

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 510 SLI RING CADENCE 408i Used to set ring cadence for SLI ports. Options are: Station ring Trunk ring Door ring Alarm ring Callback ring Cadence values are displayed in the sequence: on / off / on / off. Contact Technical Support for advice before changing any of these values.

  • Page 162

    (enter all four digits) ON: 2000 OFF:2000 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: 1000 (msec) 1000 (msec) Related Items: None MMC 511 [DCS / Compact II CADENCE] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 163

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 512 ASSIGN HOLIDAY 408i 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. Date format: MMDD (Month/Day, e.g. 25 December would be “1225”).

  • Page 164

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 600 ASSIGN OPERATOR GROUP 408i Used to assign the 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 SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC...

  • Page 165

    UCD GROUPS Maximum number of UCD groups that can be programmed is as follows. DCS:10, created from last 10 station groups (520–529) Compact I—10, created from any station group (501–529) Compact II – 5, created from the last 10 station groups (510–519) 816 –...

  • Page 166

    All the stations listed in the group will ring. (Busy stations will re- ceive off-hook ring, if set in MMC 300.) The maximum number of stations allowed to ring unconditionally for a group is: DCS= 32, Compact II=10, 816=16, 408/408i=8.

  • Page 167

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Related Items: MMC 203 Assign UA Device MMC 204 Common Bell Control MMC 211 Door Ring Assignment MMC 212 Alarm Ringing Station MMC 406 Trunk Ring Assignment MMC 602 Station Group Name MMC 601 (Page 3 of 3)

  • Page 168

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

  • Page 169

    The number of trunk groups is: DCS and Compact II — 11: valid groups are 9 and 80–89. 816 — Four: valid groups are 9 and 80–82. 408/408i — Two: valid groups are 9 and 8.

  • Page 170

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: MODE=SEQUENTIAL All trunks are in group 9 and/or 80 (group 9 only for 408/408i) Related Items: LCR programming Tenant programming (DCS only) MMC 603 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 171

    Allows the assignment of a keyset to any of the internal paging zones 1 to 4 and All page (page plus ). The total number of keysets that can receive a page is limited to 80 (DCS) or 40 (Com- pact II) or 12 (816) or 4 (408/408i).

  • Page 172

    408i/408 systems have only one external page zone—see below.) DCS–The system must be equipped with a Trunk A card to allow external paging. Each Trunk A card is equipped with two external page relays. The page relays have default DNs of 360X (e.g.

  • Page 173

    DCS has a maximum of 1500 entries in a system: a maximum of 500 (50 blocks) can be as- signed as system speed dials, and the rest (100 blocks) can be allocated as personal speed di- als with a maximum of 5 blocks per station.

  • Page 174

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 606 FREE LIST:60 Display shows (for example) SYSTEM:20 Press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor to next line FREE LIST:60 SYSTEM:20 Press UP or DOWN key to select SYSTEM or EXT (ex- FREE LIST:60 tension) SYSTEM:20...

  • Page 175

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 607 UCD OPTIONS 408i 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.

  • Page 176

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 607 [501]UCD GROUP Display shows FIRST MSG : 61 Dial UCD group number (e.g. 502) [502]UCD GROUP FIRST MSG : 61 Press UP or DOWN key to select number Press RIGHT soft key Dial option number from above list (e.g.

  • Page 177

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 608 ASSIGN CLIP REVIEW BLOCK 408i Provides a means of adding or deleting CLIP review blocks (or ‘bins’) to an individual keyset. With the ability to delete a block (or blocks), it will not be necessary to waste these on such items as voice mail and DPIMs, or on keysets that do not have displays.

  • Page 178

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 700 COPY COS CONTENTS 408i Allows you to copy a selected class of service (COS) to another COS. This is useful, for example, if you want to create a similar COS to that being copied but want to change a few selected op- tions within that COS.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 701 ASSIGN COS CONTENTS 408i MMC 701 is used to create a new class of service (COS). If you want to make a copy of an exist- ing COS, use MMC 700. If an ‘unsupervised conference’ feature is allowed, a programmed CONF key must be available to allow reentry into a conference call.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 The following COS Feature Lists (1–4) are for DCS, Compact II, 816 and 408/408i systems re- spectively. 1. DCS : COS FEATURE LIST BY OPTION NUMBER AA CALER Auto answer control by caller...

  • Page 181

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 STNGRP 10 Station group 10 calling STNGRP 11 Station group 11 calling STNGRP 12 Station group 12 calling STNGRP 13 Station group 13 calling STNGRP 14 Station group 14 calling STNGRP 15 Station group 15 calling STNGRP 16 Station group 16 calling STNGRP 17...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 DND OVRD DND Override DOOR Door ring answer Direct station select Direct trunk select – Not used EXT FWD External call forward FEATURE Feature key FLASH Trunk flash FOLLOW ME Follow Me call forward FORWARD Call forward –...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 TRKGRP03 Trunk group 03 calling TRKGRP04 Trunk group 04 calling TRKGRP05 Trunk group 05 calling TRKGRP06 Trunk group 06 calling TRKGRP07 Trunk group 07 calling TRKGRP08 Trunk group 08 calling TRKGRP09 Trunk group 09 calling TRKGRP10 Trunk group 10 calling TRKGRP11...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 PAGE 1 Page zone 1 PAGING PAGE 2 Page zone 2 PAGING PAGE 3 Page zone 3 PAGING PAGE 4 Page zone 4 PAGING PAGE 5 Page zone 5 PAGING 044–047 – Not used PAGE Q Page zone QPAGING PICKUP...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 408i OHVAING OHVAing ONEA2 1A2 emulation OPERATOR Operator OUT TRSF Outgoing transfer OVERRIDE Executive Override PAGE 0 Page zone 0 PAGING PAGE 1 Page zone 1 PAGING PAGE 2 Page zone 2 PAGING –...

  • Page 186

    TOLL DENY TABLE 408i Makes toll restriction (call barring) easy and flexible. There are 500 entries for DCS (001–500), 200 entries for Compact II and 816 (001–200), and 100 entries for 408/408i (001–100) allowed in the Deny Table. Each entry index, up to 12 digits, can be assigned to a class of service. With the use of wild cards (see MMC 704, Assign Wild Character), more flexibility can be built into toll re- striction.

  • Page 187

    TOLL ALLOWANCE TABLE 408i Makes toll restriction (call barring) easy and flexible. There are 500 entries for DCS (001–500), 200 entries for Compact II and 816 (001–200), and 100 entries for 408/408i (001–100) permitted in the Allowance Table. Each entry index, up to 12 digits, can be assigned to a class of service.

  • Page 188

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 704 ASSIGN WILD CHARACTER 408i Provides flexibility to toll restriction (call barring) when a specific numbering plan is desired. There are only three entry tables but more than one digit can be assigned per table if needed. PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 189

    Allow you to assign system speed dialling numbers. The number of entries available for pro- gramming is 500 (DCS and Compact II), or 300 (816), or 200 (408/408i)—see MMC 606, Assign Speed Block. Each speed dial number consists of a trunk or trunk group access code (e.g. 9) fol- lowed by a separator (–) and up to 24 digits to be dialled.

  • Page 190

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None Related Items: MMC 606 Assign Speed Block MMC 706 System Speed Dial By Name MMC 705 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 191

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 706 SYSTEM SPEED DIAL BY NAME 408i Allows a name, up to 11 characters, to be entered for each system speed dial number you set up. This name enables the number to be located when using the directory dial feature. The direc- tory dial feature allows the display keyset user to select a speed dial number by searching for the name.

  • Page 192

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 706 SYS SPEED NAME Display shows 500: 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 Enter name using dial keypad and SYS SPEED NAME press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2...

  • Page 193

    NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 707 AUTHORISATION CODE 408i Allows you to set up authorisation codes on a per-class of service basis. Number of available en- tries is: 250 (001–250) DCS: 100 (001–100) Compact I & II: 30 (01–30) 816: 10 (01–10) 408/408i: PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 194

    COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 708 ACCOUNT CODE 408i Allows you to set up account codes. The number of available entries for each system is: DCS: 500 (001–500) 250 (001–250) Compact I: 200 (001–200) Compact II & 816: 100 (001–100)

  • Page 195

    PBX or CENTREX-supplied dial tone (PBX ACCESS CODE op- tion). Maximum number of entries allowed: DCS/CII/816: 5 408/408i: 2 Also provides a way of identifying the access codes needed to work toll restriction when operat- ing special C.O.-provided functions (SPECIAL CODE option)—a maximum of 10 entries is al-...

  • Page 196

    This table works in conjunction with LCR ROUTE TABLE, LCR TIME TABLE and LCR MOD- IFY DIGITS TABLE. Maximum number of entries is: DCS & Compact II 408 & 408i Digit string length is 10 numerical digits. This system automatically maintains entered digit strings in numerical order.

  • Page 197

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 711 LCR TIME TABLE 408i This table gives flexibility to the system, through the LCR ROUTES, to allow calls placed at any given time of day to use the least cost trunk route that is available. When LCR ROUTE ADVANCE is allowed, it is possible for calls to be placed on more expensive trunks on any given time of day.

  • Page 198

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: Systems can work 24 hours a day and 7 days a week with this default – TIME BAND TIME LCRT...

  • Page 199

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 712 LCR ROUTE TABLE 408i The LCR ROUTE TABLE is responsible for selecting a specific trunk group in the completion of an outgoing call. This table works in conjunction with LCR DIGIT TABLE, LCR TIME TABLE, LCR COS TABLE and LCR MODIFIED DIGITS TABLE.

  • Page 200

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: ROUTE TIME BAND TRK GRP MODIFY TBL IN DEX 01–16 001–016 Related Items: MMC 310 LCR Class Of Service MMC 710 LCR Digit Table MMC 711 LCR Time Table MMC 713 LCR Modify Digit Table...

  • Page 201

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 713 LCR MODIFY DIGIT TABLE 408i Also referred to as Outdial Rules, this enables the system to add or delete a digit string or single digit, if needed, to complete a call (e.g. adding a digit “1”). The characters Q and # can also be entered.

  • Page 202

    DDI NUMBER TABLE, the system routes this call to the operator group. There is a total of 200 entries (DCS/Compact II systems), 50 entries (816 systems), or 20 entries (408i systems). Each entry consists of the following fields: DIGITS (DGT) Digits to be received (max.

  • Page 203

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 714 DID DIGIT (001) Display shows DGT:2QQ Enter valid entry number (e.g. 005 or 05) via dial keypad DID DIGIT (005) DGT: Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to move cursor Enter the DDI number (e.g.

  • Page 204

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: DIGITS* 7QQQ DAY DEST NIGHT DEST CALL WAIT DELETE NAME NONE NONE NONE NONE *For 816 systems, default DIGITS are: 7QQQ (Other defaults apply.) For 408i systems, default DIGITS are: 7QQQ (Other defaults apply.) Related Items: MMC 419 BRI Option...

  • Page 205

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 715 PROGRAMMED STATION MESSAGE 408i Allows a custom message, up to 16 characters, to be programmed. There are 20 messages al- lowed in total (01–20). Messages 01–10 are pre-set (see default data) but can be changed by de- leting and/or typing in new text.

  • Page 206

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 If “EMPTY MESSAGE” is displayed, you can press PGM.MESSAGE(11) HOLD to delete this text. However, this Is optional as In the Showroom any new message you type will simply overwrite the displayed text. Enter new message via the dial keypad using the above table (maximum 16 characters) Press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2...

  • Page 207

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 716 UK LCR OPTION 408i Before using this MMC, run MMC 812 to make sure the correct country option (“UK”) has been selected. MMC 716 provides UK LCR options. NETWORK CODE Provides secondary network access code when the call is routed to the secondary network.

  • Page 208

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Default Data: NETWORK CODE: None PIN CODE: None CCC OPTION: None STATION PIN NO.: All stations are 1 Related Items: MMC 710 LCR Digit Table MMC 711 LCR Time Table MMC 712 LCR Route Table MMC 713 LCR Modify Digit Table MMC 812 Select Country MMC 716 (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 209

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 717 PIN CODE 408i Used to assign the PIN code used when a call is routed to the secondary 131 Cable & Wireless network. PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 718 MY AREA CODE Not Used in the UK MMC 718 (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 211

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 720 COPY KEY PROGRAMMING 408i For duplicating key assignments 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. A limitation is that the original and target keysets must be of the same type, e.g.

  • Page 212

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 721 SAVE STATION KEY PROGRAMMING 408i Prevents the loss of programmable keys on keysets when testing or replacement is required. 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 213

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 722 STATION KEY PROGRAMMING 408i Used to customise programmable keys on individual keysets and add-on modules (AOMs). All systems are provided with default functions for some keys to provide basic operation. For exam- ple, keys 1 and 2 are set as CALL keys by default because it is recommended that these keys should always function as CALL keys (but see Note, below).

  • Page 214

    You are advised not to change these. Defaults for 408/408i systems are shown in the 408/408i Installation Manual. Each programmable key can be reprogrammed with one of the functions listed below. Programmable Key Function Assignments (7means a function is not available) DCS/CII 408i AAPLAY: AUTO ATTND MESSAGE PLAY AAREC:...

  • Page 215

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 DCS/CII 408i GPIK: GROUP PICK UP HDSET: HEADSET MODE ON/OFF HLDPK: HOLD PICK UP IN/OUT OF GROUP INQIRE: CLIP INQUIRE ISPY: CLIP SPY LCR: LEAST COST ROUTING LISTN: GROUP LISTENING LNR: LAST NUMBER REDIAL...

  • Page 216

    1 and 2 are not set as CALL keys by default as these are not required. Programming in MMC 723 is also done on the basis of keyset type (12-button, 24-button, etc). TYPE OF SET Dial DCS/CII/816 408/408i 24-BTN 24-BTN...

  • Page 217

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: See MMC 722. Programmable Key Function Assignments (7 means a function is not available) DCS/CII 408i AAPLAY: AUTO ATTND MESSAGE PLAY AAREC: AUTO ATTND MESSAGE RECORD...

  • Page 218

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 DCS/CII 408i DROP: TRANSFER CALL DROP DIRECT STATION SELECT DIRECT TRUNK SELECT EXTMIC: EXTERNAL MICROPHONE FAUTO: FORCED AUTO ANSWER FLASH: FLASH FWRD: CALL FORWARD GPIK: GROUP PICK UP HDSET: HEADSET MODE ON/OFF HLDPK:...

  • Page 219

    An error message is also pro- vided in case an access/feature code is duplicated. The following options can be selected. (N/A=not applicable.) Option Description Dial DCS/CII 408/408i STN DIAL NO. Determines the station port dialling numbers TRK DIAL NO. Determines the trunk port dialling numbers AA/VD DIAL NO.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 724 STN DIAL NUMBER Display shows (e.g. for Compact II) BASE01:201 Enter option number 0-8 (e.g., 6) FEAT DIAL NUMBER ABAND: Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key.

  • Page 221

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 725 SMDR OPTIONS 408i Allows the system administrator to select the information to be printed on the SMDR report. The following options may be selected. All have YES/NO options (YES=print) except where a new value or directory name is required.

  • Page 222

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 The # key can be used for the following special characters (in sequence of key presses): space & < > " PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER...

  • Page 223

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 After all desired options have been selected and set, press TRSF to exit Press SPEAKER to exit and advance to next MMC Default Data: Page Header: DND Call: Line Per Page: Wake-Up Call: Incoming Call: Directory Name: None...

  • Page 224

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 726 VM/AA OPTIONS 408i Provides a flexible means of setting in-band signalling for voice mail or auto attendant parame- ters. There are eight main options for programming and several sub-options to customise the application.

  • Page 225

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 TONES 0. DIAL TONE 1. BUSY TONE 2. RINGBACK TONE 3. DND NO MORE 4. HDSET ANSWER 5. SPKER ANSWER Note: The call progress tones will automatically be set to the default values if the SMDI VMS SET option in MMC 210 is turned on.

  • Page 226

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 If option 4 is selected at step 2 SEPARATOR (A valid entry consists of digits 0–9 or alpha characters A–C) If option 5 is selected at step 2 DISCONECT SIGNAL (A valid entry consists of digits 0–9 or alpha characters A–C) If option 6 is selected at step 2 CALL TYPE ID...

  • Page 227

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 727 SYSTEM VERSION DISPLAY 408i This is a read-only MMC. Used for system card version and date display only. The first display is the system ROM version. Press UP or DOWN key to show versions for other cards installed. Version displays take the format: YY.MM.DD Version # Where YY=Year, MM=Month, DD=Day, Version #= version number (e.g.

  • Page 228

    If there is no match between a r e- ceived number and a name in this table, “no CLIP name” is displayed. DCS – translation table consists of 250 entries, each comprising an 11-digit telephone number and a 16-digit name.

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    Enter associated name as described above and CLIP XLAT (005) press RIGHT or LEFT soft key to return to step 2 SAMSUNG TELECOMS Press SPEAKER to save and advance to next MMC Press TRSF to save and exit programming Default Data:...

  • Page 230

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 730 AA RECORD GAIN 408i Used to control AA record gain. Note that AA card port numbers differ between systems (see Part 2, section 2.3, System Configuration: Quick Reference). PROGRAM KEYS UP & DOWN Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections...

  • Page 231

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 731 AA RAM CLEAR 408i Used for clearing AA RAM on a per-AA card basis. The system only accepts the first port as a port field and the LCD shows its selection. This will erase the whole message that has been pro- grammed previously on the selected card.

  • Page 232

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 732 AA TRANSLATION TABLE 408i 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. Des- tination parts can be a station number, station group, REPEAT, Change Greeting Message Code or AA Plan Table.

  • Page 233

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Dial Destination (e.g. 201) AA TRANS TB (02) 002:2 Press UP or DOWN Press RIGHT soft key Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: Table 01 001 (or 01): 0 002 (or 02): 2...

  • Page 234

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 733 AA PLAN TABLE 408i Used to call up the customer-recorded and pre-recorded messages into plans compiled in MMC 732, AA Translation Table. Pre-recorded messages listed below can be applied and destinations can be programmed as required.

  • Page 235

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 733 AA PLAN PROG(01) Display shows DAY MSG Dial AA PLAN TABLE number (01 – 12, e.g 02) AA PLAN PROG(02) DAY MSG Press UP or DOWN to select and press RIGHT soft key Dial attribute number from above table (e.g.

  • Page 236

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 734 AA MESSAGE MATCH 408i Allows up to five messages to be grouped together into a single transmission with its own identi- fication number. For example, 05+07+13+16+64 = 01 (identification number). PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 237

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 735 AA USE TABLE 408i Assigns an AA PLAN TABLE to either an individual AA port or an AA group. AA Plan Numbers are in the range 01 to 12. Note that AA card port numbers differ between systems (see Part 2, section 2.3, System Configu- ration: Quick Reference).

  • Page 238

    Used to clear previous entry ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 736 [3958]SET AAMOH Display shows (e.g. DCS) MOH MSG: NOT USE Press RIGHT soft key to select MOH message [3958]SET AAMOH MOH MSG: NOT USE Dial AA message number for MOH (01 – 64, e.g. 20)

  • Page 239

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: Auth Code FFFF System ID (These values must be changed by the installer) MMC 737 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 2)

  • Page 240

    MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 745 BSI Carrier MMC 737 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 2 of 2)

  • Page 241

    MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 745 BSI Carrier MMC 738 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 2)

  • Page 242

    Related Items: MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 739 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 243

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 740 STATION PAIR                 ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ 408i Allows a station (such as a DECT handset) to be assigned as a ‘secondary’ to a ‘primary’ key- phone station in the system.

  • Page 244

    MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 745 BSI Carrier MMC 741 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 245

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

  • Page 246

    Related Items: MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 743 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 247

    MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 745 BSI Carrier MMC 744 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 248

    MMC 737 DECT System Code MMC 738 DECT Clear Registration MMC 739 BSI Download MMC 741 BSI Card Restart MMC 742 BSI Status MMC 743 DBS Status MMC 744 BSI Registration On/Off MMC 745 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 249

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: DOWNLOAD=YES CARD RESTART=NO Related Items: MMC 751 Assign Mailbox Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 750 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 250

    YES in this MMC if DOWNLOAD=YES is set in MMC 750 during VM card start- up. Groups supported are 500–529 for DCS and 500–519 for Compact II. New boxes can be added through Voice Mail administration or by using this MMC.

  • Page 251

    I, O or B (e.g. B) and press RIGHT soft key PORT: 519 CALL:B Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: MB=NONE PORT=NONE CALL=I Related Items: Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 752 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 252

    Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: WARNING DESTINATION = 500 Related Items: MMC 500 System-Wide Counters (Alarm Reminder Counter option) Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 753 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 253

    ARE YOU SURE?YES Press RIGHT soft key Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None Related Items: Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 754 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 254

    Press UP or DOWN key to select threshold value Press RIGHT soft key Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: THRESHOLD: 80% Related Items: Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 755 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 255

    Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC * Note: nos. 00–99 are equivalent to Cadence or SVMi-4 file nos. 5000–5099 (see Cadence or SVMi-4 documentation) Default Data: NOT USE Related Items: Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 756 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 256

    (e.g. IN) and press RIGHT soft key Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: IN/OUT Related Items: Cadence programming SVMi-4 programming MMC 757 [DCS / Compact II] (Page 1 of 1)

  • Page 257

    ENABLE TECH.PROG ENABLE TENANT:1 Press UP or DOWN to select ENABLE TECH.PROG ENABLE DCS only - Press RIGHT soft key to move to tenant ENABLE TECH.PROG number and enter tenant number (1–2) ENABLE TENANT: 2 MMC 800 (Page 1 of 2)

  • Page 258

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press SPEAKER to advance to MMC entry level 801:TEC.PASSCODE SELECT PROG.ID Enter the MMC required and begin programming. Follow the instructions for that MMC. Disabling (Closing) Programming Mode If you wish to immediately close programming mode when you have finished programming: Return to MMC 800.

  • Page 259

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 801 CHANGE TECHNICIAN PASSCODE 3 3 408i Used to change the passcode which allows access to MMC 800 (Enable Technician Program) from its current value. Note: The passcode is four digits long. The current or “old” passcode is required for this MMC. PROGRAM KEYS KEYPAD Used to enter passcodes...

  • Page 260

    For example, it is advised that the customer has access to MMC 102, Call Forward, for call for- warding but it is not advised that the customer has access to MMC 710, LCR Digit Table, for LCR dial plans. (MMC 802 is for both tenants on DCS systems.) PROGRAM KEYS UP &...

  • Page 261

    ASSIGN TENANT GROUP 408i Allows the assignment of DCS tenant groups on a per-cabinet, slot and port basis. The simple rule is Cabinet-Slot-Port=Tenant. The simplicity of this program allows for flexible assignments. The only information needed is the correct correlation of entries.

  • Page 262

    Each port can be set to one of the following service types. Note that the services available depend on the type of system being programmed. For example, DCS and CII systems provide all the following services while 408/408i systems provide PC-MMC and SMDR only.

  • Page 263

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 SPEED (BPS) Dial DCS/CII/816 408/408i 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 CHARACTER LENGTH Dial 7 7 bits Dial 8 8 bits PARITY Dial 0 None Dial 1 Dial 2 Even STOP BIT Dial 1...

  • Page 264

    Press UP or DOWN key to display value and press RIGHT soft key to return to step 2 Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: Option DCS/CII/816 408/408i Port 1 Port 2 Port 1 Service Type...

  • Page 265

    There are eight (8) volume levels which are controlled by the UP and DOWN keys on the keyset. However, there are 11 possible levels in a DCS or Compact II system, nine in an 816 system, and four in a 408/408i system. With this MMC, you can select the desired levels.

  • Page 266

    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 Press UP or DOWN key to select TSW gain data TSW GAIN CONTROL Press RIGHT soft key to go back to step 4 or go to SLT:+2. 0 step 6 if finished Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: TX Level: 0...

  • Page 267

    Used to scroll through options KEYPAD Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC DCS PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 806 C1–01 :INSTALL Display shows PRITRK PRITRK Enter cabinet number (e.g., 3)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 816 PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 806 EXP. SLOT Display shows NONE NONE Press RIGHT soft key to change previous card type EXP. SLOT NONE 8TRK Press TRSF to store and exit Press SPEAKER to store and advance to next MMC Default Data: None...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 807 VOLUME CONTROL 3 3 408i Allows the volume levels to be set the for the following keyset features: KEY TONE NOISE THRES SIDE TONE ALC THRES HANDSET TX TX/RX THRES MIC TX LEVEL TX/RX COMP NOISE GUARD Caution...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 808 T1 TRUNK CODING Not Used in the UK MMC 808 (Page 1 of 1)

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 809 SYSTEM MMC LANGUAGE 3 3 408i Allows the assignment of an LCD display based on the system programming language. Your system supports some or all of the following languages: ENGLISH DANISH GERMAN DUTCH PORTUGAL...

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    Used to enter selections SOFT KEYS Move cursor left and right SPEAKER Used to store data and advance to next MMC ANS/RLS Used to select ALL DCS PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 810 HALT/PROCESSING Display shows C:ALL S:ALL PROC...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 COMPACT II & 816 PROCEDURE ACTION DISPLAY Open programming and select 810 HALT/PROCESSING Display shows SLOT NO:ALL PROC Enter slot number via dial keypad (e.g. 5) HALT/PROCESSING SLOT NO:5 PROC Press UP or DOWN key to make selection and press RIGHT soft key to advance cursor Press ANS/RLS to select all slots HALT/PROCESSING...

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 811 RESET SYSTEM 3 3 408i Provides two methods of restarting the system. The first method (CLEAR MEMORY) restarts the system and clears all memory. The second method (RESET SYSTEM) restarts the system only. If CLEAR MEMORY is selected, system data will return to default values.

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    MMC PROGRAMS COMBINED PROGRAMMING MANUAL NOVEMBER 2001 MMC: 812 SELECT COUNTRY 3 3 408i IMPORTANT This MMC should be run before any other programming is done to ensure that the correct software for your country has been selected, or to change the selection if required.

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This manual also for:

Dcs-408, Dcs-408i, Dcs compact ii, Dcs-816

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