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   Summary of Contents for Panasonic KX-TDA100

  • Page 1: Feature Guide

    Hybrid IP-PBX Feature Guide KX-TDA100 KX-TDA200 Model Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Hybrid IP-PBX. Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use. KX-TDA100/KX-TDA200: Version 2.0...

  • Page 2

    About the Feature Guide The Feature Guide is designed to serve as an overall reference describing the features of the Panasonic Hybrid IP-PBX. It explains what the Hybrid IP-PBX can do, as well as how to obtain the most of its many features and facilities.

  • Page 3: Networking Features, Feature Highlights

    Panasonic dealer for more information. • Every system programming setting can be accessed using a PC and the Panasonic KX-TDA Maintenance Console software (→ 2.3.1 PC Programming). For programming details, refer to the on- line help which is installed along with KX-TDA Maintenance Console (→ 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console).

  • Page 4: Built-in Small Call Center Features

    Portable Station (PS) Features A Panasonic PS can be used in place of a PT to provide wireless access to PBX features and call handling. When in Wireless XDP Parallel Mode, a PS can share an extension number with a wired telephone, allowing extension users to use their PSs when they are away from their desks to answer or make calls as if they were using their wired telephones.

  • Page 5: Paralleled Telephone Features

    Paralleled Telephone Features By connecting telephones in parallel, you can increase the number of telephones connected to the Hybrid IP-PBX without adding additional extension cards. (→ 1.10.9 Paralleled Telephone) Parallel Mode An SLT can be connected to an analog proprietary telephone (APT) or digital proprietary telephone (DPT) that is connected to a Super Hybrid port of the Hybrid IP-PBX.

  • Page 6

    List of Abbreviations Automated Attendant Automatic Number Identification Analog Proprietary Telephone Automatic Route Selection Background Music Calling Line Identification CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation CLIR Calling Line Identification Restriction CNIP Calling Name Identification Presentation CNIR Calling Name Identification Restriction COLP Connected Line Identification Presentation COLR Connected Line Identification Restriction...

  • Page 7

    L-CO Loop-CO Live Call Screening Outgoing Message OHCA Off-hook Call Announcement Off Premise Extension Personal Identification Number Primary Rate Interface Portable Station Proprietary Telephone S-CO Single-CO Single Line Telephone SMDR Station Message Detail Recording TAFAS Trunk Answer from Any Station Terminal Endpoint Identifier CO Line Group Toll Restriction...

  • Page 8: Feature Guide

    Table of Contents Call Handling Features................. 17 Incoming Call Features....................18 1.1.1 Incoming CO Line Call Features ..................18 1.1.1.1 Incoming CO Line Call Features—OVERVIEW ....................18 1.1.1.2 Direct In Line (DIL) ............................21 1.1.1.3 Direct Inward Dialing (DID)..........................23 1.1.1.4 Calling Line Identification (CLI) Distribution..................... 25 1.1.1.5 Intercept Routing .............................

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Memory Dialing Features ....................73 1.6.1 Memory Dialing Features....................73 1.6.1.1 Memory Dialing Features—OVERVIEW ......................73 1.6.1.2 One-touch Dialing ............................74 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial ............................75 1.6.1.4 Speed Dialing—Personal/System ........................76 1.6.1.5 Quick Dialing..............................77 1.6.1.6 Hot Line................................77 Busy Line/Busy Party Features ..................78 1.7.1 Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-on) ................

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    1.15.1 Doorphone Call ......................116 1.15.2 Door Open........................117 1.15.3 Trunk Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) ..............117 1.15.4 Background Music (BGM) ....................118 1.15.5 Outgoing Message (OGM) ..................... 118 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA)................120 1.15.7 External Sensor......................126 1.15.8 External Relay Control ....................

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    1.27.1 TIE Line Service......................191 1.27.1.1 TIE Line Service—OVERVIEW........................191 1.27.1.2 PBX Code Method (Access with PBX Code) ....................198 1.27.1.3 Extension Number Method (Access without PBX Code) ................207 1.27.2 QSIG Network........................ 217 1.27.2.1 QSIG Network—OVERVIEW .........................217 1.27.2.2 Calling/Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP/COLP) and Calling/Connected Name Identification Presentation (CNIP/CONP)—by QSIG ......................218 1.27.2.3 Network Direct Station Selection (NDSS) (KX-TDA0920 required)..............221...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    3.3.7 COS Programming......................286 3.3.8 Extension Programming....................288 3.3.9 Resource/Interface Programming .................. 294 3.3.10 SMDR & Maintenance Programming ................295 3.3.11 Card Programming......................297 KX-TDA Maintenance Console Operating Instructions ....299 Introduction ........................300 4.1.1 Software Modes ......................300 4.1.2 Status Bar........................300 4.1.3 Access Levels ........................

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    4.5.17 Utility—System Reset—Reset by the Command............332 4.5.18 Utility—Flash ROM ID Information................. 333 Help ..........................334 4.6.1 FAQ..........................334 Configuration [1] ......................343 4.7.1 Slot [1-1]......................... 343 4.7.2 Slot [1-1] MPR Card Property ..................345 4.7.3 Slot [1-1] Extension Card Property ................346 4.7.4 Slot [1-1] CSI/F Card Property ..................

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] ................ 499 4.8.16 Class of Service—External Call Block [2-7-2] ..............509 4.8.17 Class of Service—Internal Call Block [2-7-3] ..............509 4.8.18 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from CO [2-8-1]..............510 4.8.19 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Doorphone [2-8-2] ............510 4.8.20 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Others [2-8-3] ...............

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    4.11.3 DISA—System Setting [5-3-1] ..................684 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2]..................687 4.11.5 External Relay [5-4] ....................... 689 4.11.6 External Sensor [5-5] ..................... 691 4.12 Feature [6]........................694 4.12.1 Speed Dialing & Caller ID—Main Table [6-1-1] .............. 694 4.12.2 Speed Dialing & Caller ID—Caller ID Modification [6-1-2] ..........696 4.12.3 Speed Dialing &...

  • Page 16

    5.2.1 Tones/Ring Tones......................763 Revision History......................765 5.3.1 Version 1.1 ........................765 5.3.2 Version 2.0 ........................766 Index ......................769 Feature Guide...

  • Page 17

    Section 1 Call Handling Features Feature Guide...

  • Page 18: Incoming Call Features, Incoming Co Line Call Features, Incoming Co Line Call Features—overview

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Incoming Call Features 1.1.1 Incoming CO Line Call Features 1.1.1.1 Incoming CO Line Call Features—OVERVIEW Description Each CO line functions as either a public line or a private line. Private lines are used to connect different PBXs and form a private network (→...

  • Page 19

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Calling Line Identification (CLI) distribution is the most customizable call distribution method available. It allows calls from specific people to be directed to specific destinations, based on the callers' telephone numbers. CLI distribution, when enabled for the current time mode, takes precedence over DIL or DID distribution.

  • Page 20

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Intercept Routing After a call has been directed to its DIL, DID, or CLI destination, the following Intercept Routing features, if programmed, can redirect the call. Type Description Details in No Answer (IRNA) If a called party does not answer a call within a •...

  • Page 21: Direct In Line (dil)

    1.1 Incoming Call Features 1.1.1.2 Direct In Line (DIL) Description Directs an incoming public CO line call to a preprogrammed destination based on the CO line carrying the call. Each CO line has a destination for each time mode. [Method Flowchart] A CO line call is received.

  • Page 22

    1.1 Incoming Call Features In this example: If a CO line call is received on CO line 01: In day mode: Calling Line Identification (CLI) distribution is enabled. The call is routed to its CLI destination, if assigned. If not assigned, the call is routed to the Direct In Line (DIL) destination, extension 101. In lunch mode: CLI distribution is disabled.

  • Page 23: Direct Inward Dialing (did)

    1.1 Incoming Call Features 1.1.1.3 Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Description Directs a call on a public CO line assigned as a Direct Inward Dialing (DID) line to a preprogrammed destination according to the call's DID number, which is based on the telephone number dialed by the caller. When a call reaches its destination via DID distribution, the DID name will be displayed on the proprietary telephone (PT), allowing extension users to easily see whom a call is directed to.

  • Page 24

    1.1 Incoming Call Features [Programming Example: DID Table] CLI Distribution DID Destination Location DID No. Name Lunch Break Night Lunch Break Night Enable Disable Enable Disable 123-4567 Sales Enable Disable Disable Disable 123-2468 Judy → DID Number [451] → DID Name [452] →...

  • Page 25: Calling Line Identification (cli) Distribution

    1.1 Incoming Call Features 1.1.1.4 Calling Line Identification (CLI) Distribution Description Directs an incoming CO line call to a specific destination when the caller's telephone number matches a number in the System Speed Dialing Table. Each telephone number in this table can be assigned its own Calling Line Identification (CLI) destination.

  • Page 26: Intercept Routing

    1.1 Incoming Call Features 1.1.1.5 Intercept Routing Description Redirects an incoming CO line call to a preprogrammed destination when the original destination does not, or can not, answer the call. There are four types of Intercept Routing, described below. Type Description No Answer (IRNA) If a called party does not answer a call within a preprogrammed time period...

  • Page 27

    1.1 Incoming Call Features [Available Intercept Destination] The following can be used as intercept destinations: Intercept Destination Availability Wired Extension (PT/SLT/T1-OPX) ICD Group PS Ring Group VM Group (DTMF/DPT) External Pager (TAFAS) DISA Analog/ISDN Remote Maintenance Idle Line Access no. + Phone no. CO Line Group Access no.

  • Page 28: Intercept Routing—no Destination, Internal Call Features, Internal Call Features—overview

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Feature References 1.3.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) 1.1.1.6 Intercept Routing—No Destination Description Directs a CO line call to an operator when the call has no assigned destination. Conditions • Intercept Routing—No Destination on/off Intercept Routing—No Destination can be enabled or disabled for the entire system, through system programming.

  • Page 29: Internal Call Block

    1.1 Incoming Call Features [Available Destination] The following destinations can be called internally. When calling from Destination Extension Doorphone Wired Extension (PT/SLT/T1-OPX) ICD Group PS Ring Group VM Group (DTMF/DPT) External Pager (TAFAS) DISA Analog/ISDN Remote Maintenance Idle Line Access no. + Phone no. CO Line Group Access no.

  • Page 30: Incoming Call Indication Features, Incoming Call Indication Features—overview

    1.1 Incoming Call Features COS 2 can make calls to COS 1 only. (COS 2 cannot make calls to COS 2.) COS 3 can make calls to COS 3 only. COS 1 Extn. 100 Extn. 101 COS 2 COS 3 Extn.

  • Page 31: Ring Tone Pattern Selection

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Indication Type Feature Description Details in LED Indication The LED indicator on a PT can indicate the • 1.18.3 LED status of different lines using light patterns and Indication colors. Display (Caller Display A user's PT can show a variety of information •...

  • Page 32: Call Waiting

    1.1 Incoming Call Features Conditions • "PT Ring off Setting" can be enabled or disabled through system programming. If disabled, proprietary telephone (PT) users cannot turn the ringer off for their extensions. 1.1.3.3 Call Waiting Description A busy extension user can be alerted to a new call by Call Waiting. The busy extension user can then answer the second call either by disconnecting the current call or placing it on hold.

  • Page 33

    1.1 Incoming Call Features • Call Waiting Caller ID (Visual Caller ID) When using the call waiting tone supplied by the telephone company over analog lines, the caller's telephone number and name can be received. Either the name or the number will flash on the display for five seconds followed by a 10-second pause, then flash again for five seconds.

  • Page 34: Receiving Group Features, Idle Extension Hunting

    1.2 Receiving Group Features Receiving Group Features 1.2.1 Idle Extension Hunting Description If a called extension is busy or in Do Not Disturb (DND) mode, Idle Extension Hunting redirects the call to an idle member of the same idle extension hunting group, which can be programmed through system programming (→...

  • Page 35: Incoming Call Distribution (icd) Group Features

    1.2 Receiving Group Features [Available Destination] The following can be used as overflow destinations assigned to an idle extension hunting group. Destination Availability Wired Extension (PT/SLT/T1-OPX) ICD Group PS Ring Group VM Group (DTMF/DPT) External Pager (TAFAS) DISA Analog/ISDN Remote Maintenance Idle Line Access no.

  • Page 36

    1.2 Receiving Group Features Additionally, an extension assigned as the group's supervisor extension can monitor the statistics of calls received by the group, the number of calls waiting in the queue, etc., as well as change the status of group members.

  • Page 37

    1.2 Receiving Group Features [Example of ICD Group 1 (Above)] A through F below indicate settings shown above in "Programming Example: ICD Group". The numbers found in circles below indicate calls and the order in which they arrived. Calls arrive at ICD group 1. Overflow Feature a) Sends a busy tone (Busy on Busy), or b) Redirects to the overflow destination.

  • Page 38

    1.2 Receiving Group Features VIP Call [→ 1.2.2.4 VIP Call] ICD groups can be assigned a priority, allowing calls in higher-priority groups to be answered before calls in lower-priority groups. Overflow Feature [→ 1.2.2.5 Overflow Feature] When calls cannot be answered or queued, they can be redirected to a preprogrammed destination via ICD Group Overflow.

  • Page 39: Group Call Distribution

    1.2 Receiving Group Features Feature References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons 1.2.2.2 Group Call Distribution Description Each incoming call distribution (ICD) group has a specified number of extensions which can handle calls at the same time. (→ Maximum Number of Agents [632]) This allows you to devote some of your staff to answering calls (call agents) while others carry on with their work.

  • Page 40

    1.2 Receiving Group Features Distribution Method Description Ring All extensions in the group ring simultaneously. Delayed Ringing Each extension can be programmed for Delayed Ringing (→ ICD Group Delayed Ringing [621]), which allows extensions to be alerted to calls by flashing buttons only.

  • Page 41: Queuing Feature

    1.2 Receiving Group Features [G-DN Button for Group Call Waiting] Group Call Waiting works differently depending on the assigned Group Call Waiting Distribution method, as follows: Ring: All busy extensions hear a call waiting tone simultaneously for the first incoming call, even if they do not have a Group Directory Number (G-DN) button.

  • Page 42

    1.2 Receiving Group Features the queue, the calls are handled according to a Queuing Time Table (→ Queuing Time Table [630]), which can be assigned for each time mode (→ 2.2.4 Time Service). Each Queuing Time Table consists of up to 16 sequences. Each sequence consists of a command which plays audio for the caller or controls how the call is routed, and once one sequence has been performed, the next sequence is performed if the caller is still waiting.

  • Page 43

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  • Page 44: Vip Call

    1.2 Receiving Group Features 1.2.2.4 VIP Call Description Incoming call distribution (ICD) group can be assigned a priority, allowing calls in higher-priority groups (VIP calls) to be answered before calls in lower-priority groups. To use VIP Call mode, it must first be enabled for at least one ICD group. Once it has been enabled, the priority of each group's calls is determined by its group number (lower-numbered groups have higher priority) and this priority affects which calls get directed to agents first.

  • Page 45: Overflow Feature

    1.2 Receiving Group Features Conditions • Group Call Waiting (→ 1.2.2.2 Group Call Distribution) cannot be used simultaneously with VIP Call. Even if VIP Call mode is enabled, it will not function when group extensions have turned on Call Waiting. Call Waiting must be turned off on all member extensions in order for VIP Call to function. 1.2.2.5 Overflow Feature Description...

  • Page 46: Icd Group Overflow, Busy On Busy

    1.2 Receiving Group Features [Available Destination] The following can be used as overflow destinations. Destination Availability Wired Extension (PT/SLT/T1-OPX) ICD Group PS Ring Group VM Group (DTMF/DPT) External Pager (TAFAS) DISA Analog/ISDN Remote Maintenance Idle Line Access no. + Phone no. CO Line Group Access no.

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    1.2 Receiving Group Features 1.2.2.6 Log-in/Log-out Description Members of an incoming call distribution (ICD) group can join (log-in) or leave (log-out) groups manually. Group members can log-in at the beginning of a work shift when they are ready to answer calls, and log-out at the end of the day.

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    1.2 Receiving Group Features Light Pattern Log-in/Log-out Usage Programming Button Type Red on Group not Log-in/Log-out button is A flexible button must be — — specified pressed, followed by the customized as the Log-in/ floating extension number Log-out button. or Group Directory Number (G-DN) button of the desired group.

  • Page 49: Supervisory Feature

    1.2 Receiving Group Features • Log-in/Log-out Information on SMDR Log-in/Log-out information can be logged by Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR). (→ 1.23.1 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)) Feature References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons 1.2.2.2 Group Call Distribution Operation References 1.8.1 Log-in/Log-out, Wrap-up 1.2.2.7 Supervisory Feature Description...

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    1.2 Receiving Group Features [Example] <Incoming Call Queue Monitor Display> --- Date and time 31 Jan. 08:13AM FRI --- ICD group's floating extension number and name 250:Sales Section --- Number of calls waiting in the queue Waiting Calls Now :00006 --- Elapsed waiting time of the call queuing the longest Max.

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    1.2 Receiving Group Features • Other Features while in Monitor Mode The supervisor extension can use other features (making calls, pressing the MESSAGE button, etc.) even while in monitor mode. When each operation is finished, the display will return to monitor mode. Operation References 1.8.2 Incoming Call Distribution Group Monitor Feature Guide...

  • Page 52: Call Forwarding (fwd)/do Not Disturb (dnd), Call Forwarding (fwd)/do Not Disturb (dnd)—overview

    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features 1.3.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) 1.3.1.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND)—OVERVIEW Description When an extension user cannot answer calls (on a call, out of the office, etc.), it is possible to forward or refuse the calls using the following features: Call Forwarding (FWD) Do Not Disturb (DND)

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    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features [Button Status—FWD/DND Button] A FWD/DND button shows the current status as follows: Light Pattern Status (default) Red on DND on Slow red flashing FWD on FWD/DND off The status indicated by the "on" and "flashing" patterns can be changed through system programming. [Button Status—Group FWD Button] A Group FWD button shows the current status as follows: Light Pattern...

  • Page 54: Call Forwarding (fwd)

    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features Feature References 1.18.1 Fixed Buttons 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Operation References 3.1.2 Settings on the Programming Mode 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) Description Extensions and incoming call distribution (ICD) groups can forward their calls to preset destinations. There are four Call Forwarding (FWD) modes, described below.

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    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features Extension Forwards to Incoming Another Extension Intercom Calls Incoming CO Forwards to Line Calls Outside Party Available Forwarding Type: All Calls Busy No Answer Busy/No Answer ICD Group Incoming Forwards to Intercom Calls Another Extension Incoming CO Forwards to...

  • Page 56

    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features Condition for Original Extension/ICD Destination Availability Group Extension of Another PBX (via TIE Line, – Access without PBX Code) If an extension user cannot call certain extensions on a COS basis (→ 1.1.2.2 Internal Call Block), the extension user cannot forward his or her calls to those extensions either.

  • Page 57

    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features In the above cases, the forwarding counters reset to zero, and calls can be forwarded up to four times again from the applicable extension that occurred in the case above. Incoming call Original FWD No Answer destination...

  • Page 58: Do Not Disturb (dnd)

    1.3 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) Features Operation References 1.5.1 Call Forwarding 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND) Description An extension user can make use of the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature. If this feature is set, calls will not arrive at the extension, but arrive at other extension by using the Idle Extension Hunting feature (→...

  • Page 59: Answering Features, Answering Features—overview, Line Preference—incoming

    1.4 Answering Features Answering Features 1.4.1 Answering Features 1.4.1.1 Answering Features—OVERVIEW Description An extension user can answer incoming calls by the following methods: Called Feature Description Details in Extension The user's own Line The user can select the line seized when going •...

  • Page 60: Call Pickup

    1.4 Answering Features Conditions [Prime Line] • The priority of the incoming call is as follows: The call arriving at a button on which the "Prime Line" is assigned. The call arriving at the INTERCOM button. Operation References 3.1.2 Settings on the Programming Mode 1.4.1.3 Call Pickup Description...

  • Page 61: Hands-free Answerback

    1.4 Answering Features [Example] Call Pickup Group 1 Call Pickup Group 2 Call Pickup Group 3 Extension Group 1 Extension Group 2 Extension Group 3 Extension Group 4 Extn. 100 Extn. 101 Extn. 102 Extn. 103 Extn. 104 Extn. 105 Extn.

  • Page 62

    1.4 Answering Features Feature References 1.5.3 Intercom Call Operation References 1.3.2 Hands-free Answerback Feature Guide...

  • Page 63: Making Call Features, Automatic Extension Release

    1.5 Making Call Features Making Call Features 1.5.1 Predialing Description A display proprietary telephone (PT) user can check and correct the number to be dialed on-hook. The call will be initiated after going off-hook. Conditions • Storing the Predialed Number in Personal Speed Dialing The predialed number can be stored in Personal Speed Dialing by pressing the AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

  • Page 64: Intercom Call

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.3 Intercom Call Description An extension user can call another extension user. Conditions • Extension Number/Name Assignment Extension numbers (→ Extension Number [003]) and names (→ Extension Name [004]) are assigned to all extensions. The assigned number and name of the other extension are shown on display PTs during intercom calls.

  • Page 65: Emergency Call, Co Line Call Features, Co Line Call Features—overview

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.4 CO Line Call Features 1.5.4.1 CO Line Call Features—OVERVIEW Description An extension user can use the following features when making a CO line call: Feature Description Details in Emergency Call A user can dial preprogrammed emergency numbers •...

  • Page 66

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.4.3 Account Code Entry Description An account code is used to identify outgoing CO line calls for accounting and billing purposes. The account code is appended to the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) call record. For example, a firm can use an account code for each client to determine which calls were made for which client, and can submit a bill to the client according to the client's account code as shown on the SMDR call record.

  • Page 67: Dial Type Selection, Pause Insertion

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.4.4 Dial Type Selection Description The dialing mode (rotary or tone) can be selected for each analog CO line through system programming (→ LCOT Dialing Mode [410]) regardless of originating extension (under contract with the telephone company). Mode Description DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-...

  • Page 68

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.4.6 Host PBX Access Code (Access Code to the Telephone Company from a Host PBX) Description This PBX can be installed behind an existing host PBX. This is performed by connecting extension ports of the host PBX to CO line ports of this PBX. A Host PBX Access code assigned through system programming (→...

  • Page 69

    1.5 Making Call Features Conditions • TRS checks only the dialed telephone number excluding the Host PBX Access code when accessing the telephone company through the host PBX. (→ 1.8.1 Toll Restriction (TRS)) • SMDR The Host PBX Access code can be logged by SMDR along with the dialed number when accessing the telephone company through the host PBX.

  • Page 70: Line Preference—outgoing

    1.5 Making Call Features Feature Description Details in CO Line Access A user can select the CO Line Access method every time • 1.5.5.3 CO Line a CO line call is made. Access 1.5.5.2 Line Preference—Outgoing Description Through personal programming, a proprietary telephone (PT) user can select the preferred method of seizing a line (Preferred Line Assignment—Outgoing) that is used each time the user goes off-hook.

  • Page 71: Co Line Access

    1.5 Making Call Features 1.5.5.3 CO Line Access Description There are three methods of accessing a CO line. Method Description Operation Idle Line Access (Local Selects an idle CO line automatically Dial the Idle Line Access number or Access) from the assigned CO line groups. press a L-CO button.

  • Page 72

    1.5 Making Call Features • A company name or customer name can be assigned on a CO line port basis (→ LCOT CO Line Name [401]) so that the operator or extension user who is answering the call can view the destination which the caller is trying to reach before answering.

  • Page 73: Memory Dialing Features, Memory Dialing Features—overview

    1.6 Memory Dialing Features Memory Dialing Features 1.6.1 Memory Dialing Features 1.6.1.1 Memory Dialing Features—OVERVIEW Description An extension user can store frequently dialed numbers in the PBX. A stored number is dialed automatically with a simple operation. Features Feature Storing Method Details in One-touch Dialing •...

  • Page 74: One-touch Dialing

    1.6 Memory Dialing Features Displayed while Input Description Entering FLASH/RECALL Store a flash/recall signal (EFA mode) by pressing the FLASH/ (Hooking)* RECALL button at the beginning of the number. (→ 1.10.7 External Feature Access (EFA)) INTERCOM Conceal all or part of the number by pressing the INTERCOM (Secret)* button at the beginning and at the end of the number to be concealed.

  • Page 75: Last Number Redial

    1.6 Memory Dialing Features Feature References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Operation References 1.2.2 Easy Dialing 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial Description Every extension automatically saves the last external telephone number dialed, allowing the same number to be dialed again. Automatic Redial If Last Number Redial is performed in hands-free mode and the called party is busy, the number will be automatically redialed a preprogrammed number of times (→...

  • Page 76: Speed Dialing—personal/system

    1.6 Memory Dialing Features 1.11.1 Call Log 1.6.1.4 Speed Dialing—Personal/System Description An extension user can make calls using abbreviated dialing for frequently dialed numbers which are stored in the PBX, either in the extension's Personal Speed Dialing, or in System Speed Dialing (→ System Speed Dialing Number [001]).

  • Page 77: Quick Dialing, Hot Line

    1.6 Memory Dialing Features 1.6.1.5 Quick Dialing Description An extension user can make a call or access a feature easily. This is enabled by storing the number (extension number, telephone number, or feature number etc.) for Quick Dialing. Quick Dialing is convenient in situations such as the following: –...

  • Page 78: Busy Line/busy Party Features, Automatic Callback Busy (camp-on), Executive Busy Override

    1.7 Busy Line/Busy Party Features Busy Line/Busy Party Features 1.7.1 Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-on) Description If the line is busy when a call is made, a callback ring can inform the caller when the line becomes free. If the called party was another extension, or if the dialed number is handled by Automatic Route Selection (ARS), the number is automatically redialed after the extension user answers the callback ring.

  • Page 79: Call Monitor

    1.7 Busy Line/Busy Party Features Is on a doorphone call (→ 1.15.1 Doorphone Call). Is using Live Call Screening (LCS) or Two-way Record (→ 1.21.2 Voice Mail DPT (Digital) Integration). Has a call on a consultation hold (→ 1.12.5 Consultation Hold). •...

  • Page 80: Second Call Notification To Busy Extension, Second Call Notification To Busy Extension—overview

    1.7 Busy Line/Busy Party Features – Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button Operation References 1.2.4 When the Dialed Line is Busy or There is No Answer 1.7.4 Second Call Notification to Busy Extension 1.7.4.1 Second Call Notification to Busy Extension—OVERVIEW Description When attempting to call a busy extension (i.e., an extension that is ringing or having a conversation), an extension user can send a call waiting indication to the busy extension (Call Waiting).

  • Page 81: Call Waiting Tone, Off-hook Call Announcement (ohca)

    1.7 Busy Line/Busy Party Features extension will be kept waiting until the called extension becomes available. Even while waiting, the calling extension will hear a ringback tone. • If none of these methods of receiving notification (call waiting tone, OHCA, or Whisper OHCA) is set at the called party, the caller will hear a reorder tone after trying to send a call waiting notification.

  • Page 82: Whisper Ohca

    1.7 Busy Line/Busy Party Features The OHCA mode of the caller's COS is set to "Disable". The called extension's telephone is not compatible with OHCA. The called extension is a digital proprietary telephone (DPT) which is connected via a USB Module to a computer running PC Console or PC Phone.

  • Page 83: Toll Restriction (trs) Features, Toll Restriction (trs)

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features Toll Restriction (TRS) Features 1.8.1 Toll Restriction (TRS) Description Toll Restriction (TRS) can prohibit extension users from making certain CO line calls, based on the Class of Service (COS) assigned to them (→ Class of Service [602]). Each COS is assigned a TRS level for each time mode;...

  • Page 84

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features Denied Code Tables Exception Code Tables Level 4 Tables for Levels 2 through 4 Tables for Levels 4 through 6 Level 5 Tables for Levels 2 through 5 Tables for Levels 5 through 6 Level 6 Tables for Levels 2 through 6 Tables for Level 6 Level 7...

  • Page 85

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features [Flowchart] An extension user tries to make a CO line call. Was the number dialed using System Speed Dialing? Is TRS Override by System Speed Dialing enabled? Checks the TRS level of Checks the TRS level of the extension's COS in the extension's COS for the current time mode.

  • Page 86

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features KEEP THE SOFTWARE UP-TO-DATE WITH THE LATEST DATA. • TRS checks are performed for all calls made by: – Any CO line access (Idle Line Access, CO Line Group Access, S-CO Line Access) – Automatic Route Selection (ARS) •...

  • Page 87: Extension Lock

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features Walking COS/Verified Code Entry (→ 1.8.4 Walking COS, → 1.8.5 Verified Code Entry) Extension Lock (→ 1.8.2 Extension Lock) Feature References 1.5.5.3 CO Line Access 1.6.1.4 Speed Dialing—Personal/System 1.9.1 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) 2.2.4 Time Service 1.8.2 Extension Lock Description...

  • Page 88: Dial Tone Transfer, Walking Cos

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features 1.8.3 Dial Tone Transfer Description Allows an extension assigned as a manager change the Toll Restriction (TRS) level (→ 1.8.1 Toll Restriction (TRS)) of an extension for the purpose of making a single CO line call. The extension user first calls a manager, who then presses the Toll Restriction button, giving the extension user a dial tone from which the normally unauthorized call can be made.

  • Page 89: Verified Code Entry

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features Other features can be accessed by Walking COS, such as DND Override (→ 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND)) and Executive Busy Override (→ 1.7.2 Executive Busy Override). The same privileges and restrictions normally applied to a user are applied when using Walking COS. Conditions •...

  • Page 90

    1.8 Toll Restriction (TRS) Features → Verified Code [120] → Verified Code Name [121] → Verified Code Personal Identification Number (PIN) [122] → Verified Code COS Number [123] Conditions WARNING When a third party discovers the personal identification number (PIN) (verified code PIN/extension PIN) of the PBX, there will be a risk that they will make fraudulent phone calls using the telephone line, and the cost will be charged to your own account.

  • Page 91: Automatic Route Selection (ars) Features, Automatic Route Selection (ars)

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features 1.9.1 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Description Different telephone carriers charge different rates for calls placed to different areas. Your PBX may use different telephone carriers to make calls to different areas in an effort to reduce costs. Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is a feature which automatically selects different carriers each time a CO line call is made.

  • Page 92

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features [Carrier Selection Procedure Flowchart] The numbers in parentheses indicate the corresponding items found under [Programming Procedures] on the following pages. An extension user accesses a CO line and dials a telephone number. No (Normal CO Line Access) Is the ARS mode (1) enabled? Sends the telephone number as dialed.

  • Page 93

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features Calls that are exempt from ARS are connected to the user-selected line, via the default carrier for that line. [Programming Example: ARS Leading Number Exception Table] Location Leading No. Exception → ARS Exception Number [325] In this example: 555, 556, and 567 are local exchanges.

  • Page 94

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features Routing Plan Since the preferred carrier may vary depending on the time of day, you can create an ARS-specific time table and break each day of the week into different time blocks. A different carrier can then be assigned to each time block.

  • Page 95

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features [Command Explanation] Description Command Inserts the Carrier Access Code Inserts the user-dialed number minus any removed digits Analog Line: Inserts a pause ISDN/T1 Line: Inserts a pause and changes dialing mode to tone (DTMF) Inserts the Authorization Code for Tenant Inserts the Authorization Code for CO Line Group Inserts the Itemized Billing Code...

  • Page 96

    1.9 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Features Conditions WARNING The software contained in the ARS feature to allow user access to the network must be upgraded to recognize newly established network area codes and exchange codes as they are placed into service.

  • Page 97: Conversation Features, Hands-free Operation, Off-hook Monitor, Mute

    1.10 Conversation Features 1.10 Conversation Features 1.10.1 Hands-free Operation Description A proprietary telephone (PT) user can talk to another party without lifting the handset. Pressing specific buttons, such as REDIAL, automatically activate hands-free mode. Conditions • PTs with the MONITOR Button PTs with the MONITOR button can dial in hands-free mode but cannot have hands-free conversations.

  • Page 98: Headset Operation

    1.10 Conversation Features Operation References 1.4.6 Mute 1.10.4 Headset Operation Description This PBX supports headset compatible proprietary telephones (PTs). A PT user can talk to another party hands-free and without lifting the handset by using an optional headset. For connection and operation, refer to the Operating Instructions for the headset. This feature is also known as Handset/Headset Selection.

  • Page 99: Data Line Security, Flash/recall/terminate

    1.10 Conversation Features 1.10.5 Data Line Security Description Once Data Line Security is set on an extension, communication between the extension and the other party is protected from signals such as Call Waiting, Hold Recall and Executive Busy Override. Extensions which have devices connected to them such as modems or fax machines may set this feature to maintain secure data transmission, by blocking tones or other interruptions during communication.

  • Page 100: External Feature Access (efa), Co Line Call Limitation

    1.10 Conversation Features 1.10.7 External Feature Access (EFA) Description An extension user can access features of a host PBX or the telephone company, such as Transfer, Hold, Call Waiting, etc. A flash/recall signal is sent to the host PBX or the telephone company. This is only available on CO line calls, including Host PBX Access (→...

  • Page 101: Paralleled Telephone

    1.10 Conversation Features Feature Description CO-to-CO Line Call If a call between two outside parties is established, the call duration can be (except Unattended restricted by the system timer selected for each CO line group (→ CO-to-CO Conference Call) Line Call Duration [473]). Both parties will hear an alarm tone 15 seconds Duration before the timer expires at five-second intervals.

  • Page 102

    1.10 Conversation Features Features Descriptions Connections EXtra Device Allows an SLT to be connected to a DPT which is DPT + SLT Port (XDP) connected to a Super Hybrid port of the PBX. Mode Unlike parallel mode, XDP mode allows each telephone to act as an independent extension with its own extension number.

  • Page 103

    1.10 Conversation Features • An extension user cannot originate a call from the SLT if the APT is: – playing background music (BGM) – receiving a paging announcement over the built-in speaker. • The SLT will always ring for incoming calls (if its ringer is turned on). It cannot be programmed to not ring.

  • Page 104: Calling Party Control (cpc) Signal Detection

    1.10 Conversation Features Operation References 1.7.10 Paralleled Telephone 1.10.10 Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection Description The Calling Party Control (CPC) signal is an on-hook indication (disconnect signal) sent from an analog CO line when the other party hangs up. To maintain efficient utilization of CO lines, the PBX monitors each line's status and when CPC signal is detected on a line, the PBX disconnects the line and alerts the extension with a reorder tone.

  • Page 105: Transferring Features, Call Transfer

    1.11 Transferring Features 1.11 Transferring Features 1.11.1 Call Transfer Description An extension user can transfer a call to another extension or an outside party. The following features are available: Feature Transferring method With Announcement Transfer is completed after announcing the transfer to the destination party. Transfer is completed without an announcement.

  • Page 106

    1.11 Transferring Features Destination Availability Analog/ISDN Remote Maintenance Idle Line Access no. + Phone no. CO Line Group Access no. + CO Line Group no. + Phone no. Extension of Another PBX (via TIE Line, Access with PBX Code) Extension of Another PBX (via TIE Line, Access without PBX Code) •...

  • Page 107: Holding Features, Call Hold

    1.12 Holding Features 1.12 Holding Features 1.12.1 Call Hold Description An extension user can put a call on hold. The following Hold features are available: Feature Description Call Hold General Any extension can retrieve a held call. Exclusive Call Hold Only the extension user who held the call can retrieve it.

  • Page 108: Call Park

    1.12 Holding Features Hold Transfer to CO Line Transfer to Extension Flashing the hookswitch Flashing the hookswitch Flashing the hookswitch Mode 1 Going on-hook CO Line Access No. Extension No. Flashing the hookswitch Flashing the hookswitch Flashing the hookswitch Mode 2 Hold Feature No.

  • Page 109: Call Splitting

    1.12 Holding Features • Retry If the specified parking zone is occupied or there is no vacant zone for Automatic Call Park, the originator will hear a busy tone. Retrying is possible while hearing a busy tone by selecting another parking zone or a vacant zone.

  • Page 110: Music On Hold, Consultation Hold

    1.12 Holding Features Operation References 1.4.3 Call Splitting 1.12.4 Music on Hold Description Music can be played to any party on hold. The following audio sources are available: Internal audio source External audio source Tone Either a background music (BGM) number or tone can be selected as the Music on Hold (→Music on Hold [711]).

  • Page 111: Conference Features, Conference Features—overview, Conference

    1.13 Conference Features 1.13 Conference Features 1.13.1 Conference Features 1.13.1.1 Conference Features—OVERVIEW Description A conference call allows three or more parties to have a conversation. The following features are available to establish a conference call: Feature Description Details in Conference During a two-party conversation, an extension user can •...

  • Page 112: Privacy Release

    1.13 Conference Features • To allow a three-party conference call involving an outside party or parties to continue after the originator leaves, it is necessary to enable calls to be transferred to CO lines through COS programming. • Unattended Conference Call Duration The duration of an Unattended Conference can be restricted by the Unattended Conference Recall time.

  • Page 113

    1.13 Conference Features Conditions • S-CO Button Any flexible button can be customized as the S-CO button. • Privacy Release Time Privacy is released for five seconds to allow the conversation to be joined. • This feature overrides Data Line Security (→ 1.10.5 Data Line Security) and Executive Busy Override Deny (→...

  • Page 114: Paging Features, Paging

    1.14 Paging Features 1.14 Paging Features 1.14.1 Paging Description An extension user can make a voice announcement to several people at once. The announcement is heard through the built-in speakers of proprietary telephones (PTs) and/or external pagers (loudspeakers) which belong to a paging group. The paged person can answer the page from a nearby telephone.

  • Page 115

    1.14 Paging Features Conditions • Extensions which cannot be paged are: – Portable stations (PSs) – Single line telephones (SLTs) – Ringing or busy PTs – PTs in Paging Deny mode – PTs in Paging DND mode These extensions cannot be paged, but can answer a page. •...

  • Page 116: Optional Device Features, Doorphone Call

    1.15 Optional Device Features 1.15 Optional Device Features 1.15.1 Doorphone Call Description A visitor can use a doorphone to call its preprogrammed destination. Extension users can call a doorphone. Conditions • Hardware Requirement: An optional doorphone, OPB card and DPH card. •...

  • Page 117: Door Open, Trunk Answer From Any Station (tafas)

    1.15 Optional Device Features 1.15.2 Door Open Description Using an extension telephone, an extension user can unlock a door for a visitor. The door can be unlocked by extension users who are allowed to unlock the door in the Class of Service (COS) programming (→...

  • Page 118: Background Music (bgm), Outgoing Message (ogm)

    1.15 Optional Device Features 1.15.4 Background Music (BGM) Description A proprietary telephone (PT) user can listen to background music (BGM) through the built-in speaker while on-hook and idle. BGM—External BGM can also be broadcast in the office through external pagers (loudspeakers) and can be turned on and off by an extension assigned as a manager.

  • Page 119

    1.15 Optional Device Features Feature Usage Details in Queuing Feature If assigned in the Queuing Time Table of the incoming call • 1.2.2.3 Queuing distribution (ICD) group (→ Sequences in Queuing Time Feature Table [631]), callers waiting in a queue will hear a message.

  • Page 120: Direct Inward System Access (disa), Disa Aa Service

    1.15 Optional Device Features • A progress tone is sent to a manager extension before recording messages for a preprogrammed time period, or while clearing a prerecorded message assigned to a floating extension number. • Record a message when PBX traffic is light, such as early morning or late evening. •...

  • Page 121: Disa Intercept Routing—no Dial, Disa Intercept Routing—busy/dnd

    1.15 Optional Device Features preprogrammed location, which can even be another DISA floating extension number (Multistep DISA AA Service). Since DISA AA numbers are single-digits, if the caller dials a second digit within a preprogrammed time period (DISA Second Digit Time for Automated Attendant), DISA AA service will be bypassed because the PBX will assume the caller is trying to access a specific feature.

  • Page 122

    1.15 Optional Device Features During a CO-to-CO line call, the caller can press " " to disconnect the CO line call and return to the original DISA OGM. If "Mode When DISA Receives DTMF *" is set to "Send DTMF *" the " " tone will be sent— the call will not be retried.

  • Page 123

    1.15 Optional Device Features [Flowchart] A DISA call from an outside party is received. Is there an idle port on an MSG card? (DISA Delayed Answer time expires) Does the CO line group that received the call employ Intercept The PBX answers the call. Routing Busy/DND? (DISA Mute &...

  • Page 124

    1.15 Optional Device Features Continued from previous page No Security None None None None CO Line Security All Security Is the dialed number an extension number or floating extension number? Is the Walking COS/Verified Code Entry feature number dialed? What is the dialed number? Is the correct PIN entered? Other...

  • Page 125

    1.15 Optional Device Features Conditions WARNING There is a risk that fraudulent telephone calls will be made using the CO-to-CO Line Call feature of DISA. The cost of such calls will be billed to the owner/renter of the PBX. To protect the PBX from this kind of fraudulent use, we strongly recommend: Enabling DISA security (CO Line Security or All Security).

  • Page 126: External Sensor

    1.15 Optional Device Features • Each OGM can be assigned a name to be used as a reference while programming. (→ Outgoing Message (OGM) Name [731]) • Account Code Entry (→ 1.5.4.3 Account Code Entry) can be used when making a CO line call via DISA. Connection References 2.6.1 OPB3 Card 2.6.5 MSG4 Card...

  • Page 127: External Relay Control

    1.15 Optional Device Features When the call is answered, a special dial tone is heard, which continues until the user goes on-hook. If the sensor call is not answered within a specified time, the call will be canceled. It is possible to set a different ring tone pattern for calls received from each external sensor, to distinguish between them.

  • Page 128

    1.15 Optional Device Features • Some devices may be unable to communicate correctly with the PBX. Confirm compatibility with the manufacturer of a device before installing it. • Each external relay port has a COS assigned. This and the COS of an extension determine the extension users who can use External Relay Control.

  • Page 129: Caller Id Features, Caller Id

    1.16 Caller ID Features 1.16 Caller ID Features 1.16.1 Caller ID Description The PBX can receive Caller ID information (a caller's name and telephone number) from calls received on CO lines. This information can be shown on a proprietary telephone (PT) display when receiving a call and can be used to direct calls from specific callers to specific destinations automatically.

  • Page 130

    1.16 Caller ID Features Features Description Details in Incoming Call Log Caller information is automatically recorded in the • 1.16.2 Incoming call log of the extension which received the call. This Call Log information can be used to view a record of incoming calls or make calls to any number in the call log.

  • Page 131

    1.16 Caller ID Features <Modification Flowchart> A CO line call containing Caller ID information is received. Checks the Caller ID Modification Table assigned to the CO Line Group. Is the caller's area code stored in the Caller ID Modification Table? Modifies the number according to the Modifies the number according to the method programmed in the corresponding...

  • Page 132

    1.16 Caller ID Features [Programming Example: System Speed Dialing Table] Location System Speed (System Speed Telephone No. CLI Destination Dialing Name Dialing No.) ABC Company 912125551234 XYZ Company 913135551234 → System Speed Dialing Name [002] → System Speed Dialing Number [001] Displaying the Caller's Name In addition to the System Speed Dialing Table, each extension can store names and numbers in Personal Speed Dialing.

  • Page 133: Incoming Call Log

    1.16 Caller ID Features 1.16.2 Incoming Call Log Description When a call containing Caller ID information is received by an extension, the information is shown on the telephone display, notifying the extension user of the caller's identity. This information is also automatically logged in the Incoming Call Log of the extension, and can be viewed later or used to call that caller back.

  • Page 134

    1.16 Caller ID Features If the caller's name is not logged, the caller's phone number is displayed. If the caller's name is logged, the caller's phone number is not displayed. • If the answering destination is not the original destination (Call Forwarding (FWD)—No Answer, Intercept Routing—No Answer, Overflow and Call Pickup): If a call is not answered and forwarded to another destination, or if an extension picks up a call ringing at another extension, the call is logged in the Incoming Call Logs of both the original and the answering...

  • Page 135: Message Features, Message Waiting

    1.17 Message Features 1.17 Message Features 1.17.1 Message Waiting Description When an extension user calls another extension that does not or cannot answer the call, he or she can leave a Message Waiting notification. The appropriate button or lamp on the called extension user's telephone will light, indicating that a call was missed or a message recorded by the Voice Processing System (VPS) is waiting.

  • Page 136

    1.17 Message Features [SLT Message Waiting Lamp Light Patterns] 5.12 s 1.28 s Pattern 1 5.12 s 1.28 s Pattern 2 512 ms 5.12 s 1.28 s Pattern 3 256 ms 2.56 s 768 ms Pattern 4 256 ms 5.12 s 768 ms Pattern 5 256 ms...

  • Page 137

    1.17 Message Features 10.24 s 10.24 s 20.48 s t=1.28 s Pattern 11 10.24 s 10.24 s 20.48 s t=1.28 s Pattern 12 • It is possible to leave a Message Waiting notification while hearing a ringback tone, busy tone, or DND tone.

  • Page 138: Absent Message

    1.17 Message Features 1.17.2 Absent Message Description Extension users can prepare a brief text message (Absent Message) that will be displayed to other extension users when they are called. These messages can explain the reason for their absence, and may be edited through system programming and personal programming.

  • Page 139: Proprietary Telephone (pt) Features, Fixed Buttons

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features 1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features 1.18.1 Fixed Buttons Description Proprietary telephones (PTs), DSS Consoles, and Add-on Key Modules feature a wide variety of feature buttons and Line Access buttons, explained below. Note that certain models do not feature certain buttons. For a description of the buttons found on portable station (PS), please refer to the Operating Instructions for each PS.

  • Page 140

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features Button Usage TRANSFER Used to transfer a call to another party. Used to access a CO line or CO line group when making or receiving a Flexible CO call according to the button's preprogrammed CO Line Access method (Default: S-CO).

  • Page 141: Flexible Buttons

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Description Flexible buttons are customized through either system or personal programming. The following types of flexible buttons are found on proprietary telephones (PTs), DSS Consoles, Add-on Key Modules, and/or portable stations (PSs): Flexible CO buttons Flexible Direct Station Selection (DSS) buttons Programmable Feature (PF) buttons...

  • Page 142

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features Button Usage External Feature Access (EFA) Used to send a flash/recall signal to the telephone company or host PBX to access external features. (→ 1.10.7 External Feature Access (EFA)) Call Park Used to park or retrieve a call in a preset PBX parking zone. (→ 1.12.2 Call Park) Call Park (Automatic Park Used to park a call in an idle PBX parking zone automatically.

  • Page 143: Led Indication

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features Button Usage Live Call Screening (LCS) Used to monitor your own voice mailbox while a caller is leaving a message and, if desired, intercept the call. (→ 1.21.2 Voice Mail DPT (Digital) Integration) Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Used to transfer a call to the mailbox of a specified extension.

  • Page 144

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features • No message(s) present (no incoming call): Off Light Pattern of the Line Status Buttons Line Status Incoming Call Intercom Button: Distribution CO Line Status Line Status (ICD) Group Line Status Light Pattern S-CO G-CO L-CO INTERCOM G-DN...

  • Page 145: Display Information

    1.18 Proprietary Telephone (PT) Features Flashing Light Patterns Slow Flashing Moderate Flashing Rapid Flashing Conditions • The incoming CO line call shows on the buttons in the following priority: G-DN→S-CO→G-CO→L-CO→INTERCOM • The light pattern of a DSS button for incoming calls can be set to "Off" through system programming. In this case, the DSS button light will not indicate the status of the corresponding extension.

  • Page 146

    12345678 Caller's number system programming. Line 001: Sales CO line number/name →102:Mike Original Destination, if the call is forwarded Panasonic DID name or number Duration of the current CO line call – Line 001 11:02'28 Conditions • Multilingual Display Each extension can select its display language through personal programming (Display Language Selection).

  • Page 147: Integrated Services Digital Network (isdn) Service Features, Integrated Services Digital Network (isdn)

    1.19 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Service Features 1.19 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Service Features 1.19.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) 1.19.1.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)—OVERVIEW Description Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is a digital switching and transmission network. ISDN transmits voice, data, and image in digital format.

  • Page 148: Calling Line Identification Presentation (clip)

    1.19 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Service Features Conditions • En bloc The PBX sends all of dialed digits at once after the extension user completes dialing. The PBX recognizes the end of dialing as follows: – When the extension user dials "#", if programmed –...

  • Page 149

    1.19 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Service Features Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) It is possible for each extension to prevent the sending of its telephone number to the network by pressing the CLIR button or entering the CLIR feature number. Conditions •...

  • Page 150: T1 Line Service Features, T1 Line Service

    1.20 T1 Line Service Features 1.20 T1 Line Service Features 1.20.1 T1 Line Service Description A T1 line carries twenty-four 64 kbps-voice channels at 1.5 Mbps, and can be used as a public or private line. Voice is digitized by Pulse Code Modulation (PCM). Channel Type [LCOT/GCOT/DID/TIE/OPX] The T1 card supports five different channel types to provide connection at minimum expense.

  • Page 151

    1.20 T1 Line Service Features Feature Description (4) OPX Off Premise A single line telephone (SLT) which is installed off site can perform Extension (OPX) as if it were installed locally. The SLT makes and receives calls through the PBX. An extension number can be given to the OPX, and extension data such as Class of Service (COS) is also applied.

  • Page 152: Voice Mail Features, Voice Mail (vm) Group

    Panasonic VPSs and DTMF Integration. A non-Panasonic VPS can be connected to the SLT ports of the PBX. These ports make up a VM group referred to hereafter as a "VM (DTMF) group". Although DTMF Integration does not offer the ease of use that DPT (Digital) Integration does, the features available through DTMF Integration can satisfy many needs.

  • Page 153

    1.21 Voice Mail Features [Example of VPS Configuration] VM (DPT) Group VM (DTMF) Group Floating extn. no. 100 Floating extn. no. 200 Extn.101 Extn.102 Extn.103 Extn.104 Extn.201 Extn.202 Extn.203 Extn.204 Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port (DPT [Digital] Integration) (DTMF Integration) VM (DPT) Group Assignment...

  • Page 154: Voice Mail Dpt (digital) Integration

    1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration 1.21.2 Voice Mail DPT (Digital) Integration Description A Panasonic Voice Processing System (VPS) which supports DPT (Digital) Integration can provide countless features and conveniences that are unachievable using traditional voice mail systems which rely on DTMF Integration.

  • Page 155

    1.21 Voice Mail Features Basic Features Voice Mail Service Allows callers to leave voice messages for specific parties, such as an extension user or an incoming call distribution (ICD) group. Extension users can listen to messages left in their mailboxes at their convenience. Automated Attendant (AA) Service The VPS answers calls and directs callers to dial a number in order to connect themselves to the desired party.

  • Page 156

    1.21 Voice Mail Features enter a mailbox number. This button may be the MESSAGE button, depending on the proprietary telephone (PT) being used, or a One-touch Dialing button assigned to dial a floating extension number of a VM group. (→ 1.6.1.2 One-touch Dialing) An extension user can, at any time, play back any messages in his or her mailbox, including old messages.

  • Page 157

    1.21 Voice Mail Features Trunk (CO Line) Company Greeting No. Group No. Lunch Break Night Lunch Break CO Line Call CO Line Call 123-4567 123-2468 Sends the following information: · VPS Trunk (CO Line) Group: 1 · Time mode: Day Intercept Sends the following information: ·...

  • Page 158

    1.21 Voice Mail Features A customer dials the telephone number for Company B, "123-2468". The call is handled by DID distribution according to system programming. (Refer to the above system programming example, "DID Table".) The tenant number programmed for this DID number determines that the current time mode is Lunch (not shown here).

  • Page 159

    1.21 Voice Mail Features Caller ID Information If the PBX receives Caller ID information (caller's name and telephone number) when receiving a CO line call, the PBX sends this information to the VPS. This information can be used to play specific OGMs to specific callers, or announce the name of the calling party when listening to recorded messages.

  • Page 160: Live Call Screening (lcs), Two-way Recording Into The Vps

    1.21 Voice Mail Features Time Synchronization* The VPS can automatically adjust its clock if the date and time settings of the PBX are adjusted. For example, if the PBX is programmed to automatically adjust to Daylight Saving Time, the VPS will adjust its clock as well.

  • Page 161: Voice Mail Dtmf Integration

    1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration Description A Panasonic Voice Processing System (VPS) or similar product from another manufacturer can provide Voice Mail (VM) and Automated Attendant (AA) services when connected to the SLT ports of this PBX. Connecting a VPS to the PBX via SLT ports is called "DTMF Integration" because the VPS and PBX communicate with each other by sending analog DTMF tones.

  • Page 162

    1.21 Voice Mail Features VM Transfer Button In order to use this feature, the extension user must use a flexible button customized as the VM Transfer button. A floating extension number of a VM group must be assigned to the button when creating it.

  • Page 163

    1.21 Voice Mail Features Default DTMF Status Condition Status Signal FWD to VM Busy Tone The called extension has set FWD to VPS and all ports of the VPS are busy. FWD to Extension The PBX is calling an extension other than the one dialed, Ringback Tone most likely because the called extension has set its calls to be forwarded to another extension or because it is a member...

  • Page 164

    H = Mailbox Number. The appropriate mailbox number will be sent to the VPS in place of the "H". The DTMF commands here are the default commands used by the PBX. Program either the PBX or your VPS so that these settings match. Note, however, that non-Panasonic VPSs may use different feature names.

  • Page 165

    1.21 Voice Mail Features The DTMF commands here are the default commands used by the PBX. Program either the PBX or your VPS so that these settings match. [Example of a DTMF Command Sent to the VPS] The PBX sends the DTMF command: CO Line Call #6 + 101 Switch to VM service command...

  • Page 166: Portable Station (ps) Features, Portable Station (ps) Connection

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features 1.22.1 Portable Station (PS) Connection Description A Panasonic KX-TD7680 or KX-TD7690 portable station (PS) can be used in place of a proprietary telephone (PT), providing wireless access to PBX features and call handling. Registration Before a PS can be used, it must be registered with the PBX through system programming (→ PS Registration [690]) and assigned an extension number.

  • Page 167: Ps Ring Group

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features Handover If a PS is within range of more than one CS, the PS will communicate with the CS which has the greatest signal strength and an available channel. When a PS user moves out of range of one CS and moves in range of another CS, the PS will "hand over"...

  • Page 168

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features Normally when a PS receives a call, one channel of a CS is used to ring the PS (→ 1.22.1 Portable Station (PS) Connection). If several PSs are members of an incoming call distribution (ICD) group, the available channels of a CS will become busy just by ringing each PS.

  • Page 169

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features These PSs will ring individually when a call is directed to their assigned extension numbers (programming not shown here). PS Ring Group 2 PS 3, PS 4, and PS 5 will ring simultaneously when a call is directed to floating extension number 302, and, in the case of a CO line call, will display "Sales 2".

  • Page 170

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features [Example of CS Channels Used for PS Ring Group Calls and ICD Group Calls] PS Ring Group ICD Group Member Member PS Ring Group PS Ring Group ICD Group ICD Group Member Member Member Member Incoming call Incoming call PS Ring Group...

  • Page 171: Wireless Xdp Parallel Mode

    If a PS in a PS ring group has set the DND feature for CO line calls, the PS will not ring for CO line calls as well as intercom calls directed to the group. • Compatible PS A Panasonic KX-TD7680 and KX-TD7690 can be assigned to PS ring groups. Feature References 1.2.2 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND) 1.22.3 Wireless XDP Parallel Mode...

  • Page 172

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features Conditions • Whether or not a PS is allowed to pair itself with a wired telephone is determined by the COS assigned to the extension number of the wired telephone. (→ Wireless XDP Parallel Mode for Paired Telephone [515]) •...

  • Page 173: Ps Directory

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features – Display Language (→ 1.18.4 Display Information) – ISDN Bearer Mode (→ 1.19.1.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)—OVERVIEW) – Flexible Button Assignment (→ 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons) – Transfer Recall Destination for Call Transfer and Call Park (The setting assigned to the wired telephone will first be copied to the PS's extension settings, then can be changed for the PS if necessary.) If an extension number is required when changing any PS settings while in Wireless XDP Parallel...

  • Page 174: Ps Feature Buttons

    1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features Directory Type Description Programming System Speed Dialing A system-wide list of names and telephone Stored in the PBX. (→ Directory numbers. Used to make a call to one of the stored System Speed Dialing Number [001], → System parties.

  • Page 175: Administrative Information Features, Station Message Detail Recording (smdr)

    1.23 Administrative Information Features 1.23 Administrative Information Features 1.23.1 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Description Automatically logs detailed information for each extension. SMDR Output Port The Serial Interface (RS-232C) port can be used to output Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) data to a PC, printer, etc.

  • Page 176

    1.23 Administrative Information Features SMDR Format and Contents The following three types of output format can be selected through system programming: Pattern A: 80-column text without call charge information Date Time Dial Number Ring Duration ACC Code (8 digits) (25) (10) 01/02/02 10:03AM...

  • Page 177

    1.23 Administrative Information Features [Explanation] The following table explains the types of data logged by SMDR. Each description below refers to data indicated above by the numbers in parentheses. Number in the Data Description Pattern Date Shows the date of the call. Time Shows the end time of a call as hour/minute/AM or PM.

  • Page 178

    1.23 Administrative Information Features Number in the Data Description Pattern Dial Number [CO Line Call] Outgoing CO Line Call Shows the dialed telephone number. Digits shown are as follows: 0 through 9, P: Pause F: External Feature Access (EFA) signal =: Host PBX Access code (→...

  • Page 179

    1.23 Administrative Information Features Number in the Data Description Pattern CD (Condition Shows other call information using the following codes: Code) TR: Transfer FW: Call Forwarding (FWD) to CO line D0: Call using Direct Inward System Access (DISA) or TIE line service RM: Remote maintenance (modem) (→...

  • Page 180

    1.23 Administrative Information Features Item Description Answered call Controls whether the time of answering an incoming CO line call is shown. Room status Controls whether room status changes are shown. Timed Reminder call Controls whether Timed Reminder calls are shown. (→ 1.25.4 Timed Reminder) Printing Message Specifies the messages that can be selected from an extension.

  • Page 181: Printing Message

    1.23 Administrative Information Features Parameter—Word Length [800], → RS-232C Parameter—Parity Bit [800], → RS-232C Parameter— Stop Bit Length [800]). New Line Code: Select the code appropriate for the PC or printer. If the PC or printer automatically feeds lines with carriage return, select "CR". If not, select "CR+LF". Baud Rate: Baud rate indicates the transmission speed of data from the PBX to the PC or printer.

  • Page 182

    1.23 Administrative Information Features Operation References 2.1.6 Hospitality Features Feature Guide...

  • Page 183: Hospitality Features, Hospitality Features—summary, Room Status Control

    1.24 Hospitality Features 1.24 Hospitality Features 1.24.1 Hospitality Features—SUMMARY Description This PBX has several features that support its use in a hotel-type environment, where extensions correspond to guest rooms. Feature Description Details in Room Status Control An extension designated as the hotel operator can set the •...

  • Page 184

    1.24 Hospitality Features Light Pattern Status Check-out Red on Check-in [Example Use: Check-in Mode] DSS button Room101 Rooms 101 and 103 are currently in Room102 check-in status. Room103 Room104 Check-in button Room105 Check-out button Conditions • Only one of each type of Room Status Control button can be assigned. •...

  • Page 185: Extension Controlling Features, Extension Personal Identification Number (pin)

    1.25 Extension Controlling Features 1.25 Extension Controlling Features 1.25.1 Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) Description Each extension can be assigned a personal identification number (PIN) through system programming (→ Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) [005]) or personal programming (Extension PIN [Personal Identification Number]).

  • Page 186: Extension Feature Clear

    1.25 Extension Controlling Features 3.2.2 Manager Programming 1.25.2 Extension Feature Clear Description Extension users can clear the following features set on their own telephone all at once: Features After Setting Absent Message FWD*/DND* Call Pickup Deny Allow Call Waiting* Enable (Call Waiting tone) Data Line Security Executive Busy Override Deny Allow...

  • Page 187: Walking Extension, Timed Reminder

    1.25 Extension Controlling Features 1.25.3 Walking Extension Description It is possible for an extension user to trade extension settings with another extension. When Walking Extension is executed, all extension settings (extension number, Class of Service (COS), One-touch Dialing memory, etc.) of the "old" extension are exchanged with the "new" extension. This feature is useful when an extension user moves desks, or when an extension user has no permanent desk.

  • Page 188: Remote Extension Control By User

    1.25 Extension Controlling Features • To use the voice message feature: An MSG card is required and a message must be recorded. An extension assigned as a manager can record messages. (→ 1.15.5 Outgoing Message (OGM)) A different message can be assigned for each time mode (→...

  • Page 189: Audible Tone Features, Dial Tone

    1.26 Audible Tone Features 1.26 Audible Tone Features 1.26.1 Dial Tone Description The following dial tones inform extension users about features activated on their extensions: Each dial tone type has two frequencies, such as dial tone 1A and dial tone 1B. Type Description Tone 1A/1B...

  • Page 190: Confirmation Tone

    1.26 Audible Tone Features 1.26.2 Confirmation Tone Description At the end of feature operations, the PBX confirms the success of the operation by sending a confirmation tone to extension users. Type Description Tone 1 Sent when the setting is accepted. Sent when a call is received in voice-calling mode (Alternate Receiving—Ring/Voice).

  • Page 191: Networking Features, Tie Line Service, Tie Line Service—overview

    1.27 Networking Features 1.27 Networking Features 1.27.1 TIE Line Service 1.27.1.1 TIE Line Service—OVERVIEW Description Two PBXs can be connected by a privately leased telephone line, and calls can be made between PBXs using this "TIE line". TIE lines provide a cost-effective way to route calls and communications, and are often used to connect corporate offices located in different cities.

  • Page 192

    1.27 Networking Features will either need to dial an extension number, or a PBX code in addition to an extension number, depending on the method used to identify different PBXs on the private network. (See, "4. Identifying PBXs and their Extensions", below.) TIE Line with CO Line Calls TIE line calls can be made to or from parties that are outside the private network.

  • Page 193

    1.27 Networking Features Example Network 2 Three PBXs connected by two TIE lines. PBX-2 is connected to both TIE lines. This PBX links the other two PBXs, and passes calls from one PBX to the other. PBX-2 must be programmed to send calls to PBX-1 via one TIE line, and calls to PBX-3 via another TIE line.

  • Page 194

    1.27 Networking Features Example Network 4 Four PBXs connected by four TIE lines. Each PBX is connected to two TIE lines, and must be programmed to send calls to each PBX via the preferred TIE line. Calls between PBXs that are not directly connected must be routed through another PBX. Also, if the TIE line directly connecting two PBXs is busy, calls between these PBXs can be routed circularly through other PBXs.

  • Page 195

    1.27 Networking Features Identifying PBXs and their Extensions When PBXs are connected to each other to form a private network, there must be some way to distinguish the PBXs from each other so that calls can be sent to the intended destination of the desired PBX.

  • Page 196

    1.27 Networking Features TIE Line Routing Flowcharts [Making a Call via a TIE Line from an Extension] A TIE line call is made using one of the following methods: PBX Code Method: TIE Line Access Number + PBX Code + (Extension Number or Other Digits) Extension Number Method: Extension Number...

  • Page 197

    1.27 Networking Features [Receiving a Call via a TIE Line] A call is received via a TIE line. The Incoming Number Modification Table checks the CO line port carrying the call, and modifies the number according to the method assigned for that port. PBX Code Method Extension Number Method (Access with PBX Code)

  • Page 198: Pbx Code Method (access With Pbx Code)

    1.27 Networking Features 1.27.1.2 PBX Code Method (Access with PBX Code) Description PBXs on a private network can be distinguished from each other by assigning a PBX code to each one. When a PBX makes or receives a TIE line call that contains a PBX code, it can recognize right away if it should handle the call itself or pass it on to another PBX.

  • Page 199

    1.27 Networking Features Note that PBX codes should not be assigned if the Extension Number Method (Access without PBX Code) is the preferred method for handling calls on the private network. (→ 1.27.1.3 Extension Number Method (Access without PBX Code)) Making and Receiving TIE Line Calls To make a call to an extension of another PBX, an extension user dials the TIE Line Access number, PBX code, and an extension number.

  • Page 200

    1.27 Networking Features Sends the call down the TIE line via CO line group 8. The number is still "903-1001". PBX-3 receives the call. PBX-3 checks its Incoming Number Modification Table (not shown here). No modification is programmed. The number is still "903-1001". PBX-3 recognizes its own PBX code and sends the call to extension 1001.

  • Page 201

    1.27 Networking Features 3.2. TIE-to-CO Line Calls An extension user can make a CO line call by first routing the call through another PBX. These calls can be routed by Automatic Route Selection (ARS), or restricted based on the Class of Service (COS) of the CO line group carrying the call.

  • Page 202

    1.27 Networking Features TIE-to-CO Line Calls Routed by ARS ARS can be used to route calls through other PBXs. This allows PBX users to dial telephone numbers as they normally would (i.e., by dialing the Idle Line Access number "9" then the telephone number) without having to think about which calls will be routed through another PBX via TIE line, and which calls will be sent to a CO line connecting their PBX to the telephone company.

  • Page 203

    1.27 Networking Features Code Entry (→ 1.8.5 Verified Code Entry) through DISA, a PBX user can make a call that is normally restricted, provided his or her COS is authorized to make the call. [Programming Example: CO Line Group COS, PBX-2] CO Line Group No.

  • Page 204

    1.27 Networking Features [Example of Bypassing TIE-to-CO Line Call Restrictions] Private Network PBX Codes CO Line Grp. 1 PBX-1 PBX-2 (COS: 3) PBX-1: 901 Extn. 1001 DISA PBX-2: 902 CO Line Dials "7-902" + a DISA Grp. 3 floating extension number of PBX-2 Outside Party Telephone Company...

  • Page 205

    1.27 Networking Features TIE Line Call Routed to CO Line via FWD/Intercept Routing/Call Transfer A TIE line call can be redirected to an outside party via FWD, Intercept Routing, or Call Transfer. [Example] Private Network PBX Codes PBX-1 PBX-2 PBX-1: 901 Extn.

  • Page 206

    1.27 Networking Features 3.3. CO-to-TIE-to-CO Line Calls An incoming CO line call can be routed to the DISA feature of a PBX, then the caller can make a CO line call which is routed via ARS through another PBX. [Example] Private Network PBX Codes PBX-1...

  • Page 207: Extension Number Method (access Without Pbx Code)

    1.27 Networking Features Feature References 1.1.1.5 Intercept Routing 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) 1.5.5.3 CO Line Access 1.9.1 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) 1.11.1 Call Transfer 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Operation References 1.2.1 Basic Calling 1.27.1.3 Extension Number Method (Access without PBX Code) Description PBXs can be distinguished from each other on a private network by the extension numbers they use.

  • Page 208

    1.27 Networking Features After modifying the number, the PBX will check to see if this modified number is stored in its Extension Numbering Plan or Other PBX Extension list (see "Flexible Numbering" below). If the PBX cannot handle the call itself (when a call is meant for an extension of a different PBX, for example), it refers to the TIE Line Routing and Modification Table in order to send the call down the TIE line.

  • Page 209

    1.27 Networking Features PBX-1 checks its TIE Line Routing and Modification Table. Finds leading number "3". 1st priority CO line group is "2". No lines are available in this CO line group. The PBX checks for an available line in the 2nd priority CO line group (CO line group 1), and finds an available line.

  • Page 210

    1.27 Networking Features [Example] Private Network PBX-1 PBX-2 Extn. 2001 CO Line Outside Caller Telephone Company Dials "555-0000" Explanation: An outside caller dials "555-0000". The call is received by PBX-1 and directed to extension 2001, which is assigned (not shown here) as the DID destination for the DID number "555-0000", in the DID Table of PBX-1.

  • Page 211

    1.27 Networking Features The extension 1001 user transferred the call to extension 2001 by pressing the Transfer button and dialing "2001". 3.2. TIE-to-CO Line Calls An extension user can make a CO line call by first routing the call through another PBX. These calls can be routed by Automatic Route Selection (ARS), or restricted based on the Class of Service (COS) of the CO line group carrying the call.

  • Page 212

    1.27 Networking Features TIE-to-CO Line Calls Routed by ARS ARS can be used to route calls through other PBXs. This allows PBX users to dial telephone numbers as they normally would (i.e., by dialing the Idle Line Access number "9" then the telephone number) without having to think about which calls will be routed through another PBX via TIE line, and which calls will be sent to a CO line connecting their PBX to the telephone company.

  • Page 213

    1.27 Networking Features [Programming Example: CO Line Group COS, PBX-2] CO Line Group No. [Programming Example: External Call Block, PBX-2] COS of CO Line Group of Outgoing Calls Incoming CO Line CO Line CO Line CO Line CO Line Group Group 1 Group 2 Group 3...

  • Page 214

    1.27 Networking Features [Example of Bypassing TIE-to-CO Line Call Restrictions] Private Network CO Line Grp. 1 PBX-1 PBX-2 (COS: 3) Extn. 1001 DISA CO Line Dials a DISA floating Grp. 3 extension number of PBX-2 Outside Party Telephone Company Explanation: Extension 1001 dials a DISA floating extension number of PBX-2.

  • Page 215

    1.27 Networking Features PBX-2 checks its Extension Numbering Plan. "2001" is one of its extensions. PBX-2 sends the call to extension 2001. Calls directed to extension 2001 are redirected to the outside party (1-212-555-1234) because of one of the following: This number is programmed (not shown here) as the FWD or Intercept Routing destination for calls to extension 2001.

  • Page 216

    1.27 Networking Features • When a TIE line call arrives at an extension, it is treated as a CO line call, not as an intercom call. If the called extension is busy and has disabled Call Waiting, the caller will hear a busy tone or be redirected to the Intercept Routing—Busy destination, if one is programmed.

  • Page 217: Qsig Network, Qsig Network—overview

    QSIG protocol (Q.931). QSIG offers TIE line service as well as advanced caller and called party identification features. When configuring Panasonic Hybrid IP-PBXs to establish a private network based on QSIG, the ports of each PBX must be programmed so that each ISDN line has a "master" connection and a "slave" connection.

  • Page 218: Calling/connected Line Identification Presentation (clip/colp) And Calling/connected Name Identification Presentation (cnip/conp)—by Qsig

    1.27 Networking Features Service Description Details in Calling Line Identification When a call is made, the caller's extension number • 1.27.2.2 Calling/ Presentation (CLIP) is sent to the other PBX. Connected Line Identification Calling Line Identification When a call is made, the caller's extension number Presentation Restriction (CLIR) is not sent to the called party.

  • Page 219

    1.27 Networking Features [Example of CLIP/CNIP] 1) Dials "2001" 2) "John 1001" is displayed Private Network CLIP: 1001 PBX-1 PBX-2 CNIP: John Caller Called Party Extn. 1001 Extn. 2001 Extn. Name: John Extn. Name: Paul Connected Line/Name Identification Presentation (COLP/CONP) When an extension user answers a TIE line call, the PBX can send the answering party's extension number and/or extension name to the caller.

  • Page 220

    1.27 Networking Features [Example of COLP/CONP when the Call is Directed to an ICD Group] 1) Dials "2000" 2) Call is directed to ICD group Private Network ICD Group Floating Extn. No. 2000 PBX-1 PBX-2 COLP: 2002 Caller CONP: George Answering Party Extn.

  • Page 221: Network Direct Station Selection (ndss) (kx-tda0920 Required)

    1.27 Networking Features Feature References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Operation References 1.7.5 Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) 1.27.2.3 Network Direct Station Selection (NDSS) (KX-TDA0920 required) Description When PBXs are networked using ISDN or IP-GW cards, it is possible to assign flexible buttons as Network Direct Station Selection (NDSS) buttons.

  • Page 222

    1.27 Networking Features ID Number PBX Function Supports centralized operators to monitor extensions at other PBXs. Supports extensions to be monitored Retransmits monitor data through the network. The PBX whose extensions will monitor the status of extensions at other PBXs must be assigned Network PBX ID 1.

  • Page 223

    1.27 Networking Features IP-GW-QSIG IP data is routed through the network according to the routing tables of the IP-GW cards. When using VoIP, it is necessary to identify the monitor PBX, to which to transmit extension status information, for each card that will be used. This is done by specifying the extension number of any extension (for example, the PBX operator) at the monitor PBX.

  • Page 224

    1.27 Networking Features of that extension, and the monitor PBX will begin to receive the information. The button light will display the status of the extension connected to another PBX. Removing or Editing a Registered Extension [Monitor PBX] To monitor a new extension when 32 extensions are already being monitored, it is necessary to remove the registration of an existing extension.

  • Page 225: Voice Over Internet Protocol (voip) Network

    1.27.3 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Network Description The Panasonic Hybrid-IP PBX can be used on a private network which implements Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). On this type of network, information is sent over the private network in IP packets, which allows voice as well as data to be sent to other devices in the private network.

  • Page 226: Ip Proprietary Telephone (ip-pt) Features, Ip Proprietary Telephone (ip-pt)

    1.28 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Features 1.28 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Features 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Description This PBX supports the connection of IP proprietary telephones (IP-PTs), which function almost identically to normal PTs. However, they connect to the PBX over a Local Area Network (LAN), and send and receive calls using Internet Protocol (IP).

  • Page 227: Computer Telephony Integration (cti) Features, Computer Telephony Integration (cti)

    Computers can be connected to the PBX to provide extension users with access to advanced features such as pop-up display of caller information, computer-based speed dialing, etc. These features are made available by running customized Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) software, available from Panasonic (PC Console, PC Phone, etc.) as well as third-party software vendors.

  • Page 228

    1.29 Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) Features Server LAN or USB Interface Conditions [General] • Capable telephone: DPT: KX-T7600 series PT, USB module IP-PT • CTI application software must be installed on the connected PC. In addition, some features may require a KX-TDA0920 SD Memory Card for Software Upgrade to Enhanced Version.

  • Page 229: System Configuration And Administration Features

    Section 2 System Configuration and Administration Features Feature Guide...

  • Page 230: System Configuration—hardware, Extension Port Configuration

    A DPT, APT, SLT, or CS can be connected to a Super Hybrid port with no programming required. • A DSS Console or a Panasonic VPS which supports DPT (Digital) Integration can also be connected with an SLT in XDP mode.

  • Page 231: System Configuration—software, Class Of Service (cos)

    2.2 System Configuration—Software System Configuration—Software 2.2.1 Class of Service (COS) Description Each extension is assigned a Class of Service (COS) number (→ Class of Service [602]). The following features operate differently depending on an extension's COS. Internal Call Block (→ 1.1.2.2 Internal Call Block) Call Forwarding (FWD) (→...

  • Page 232: Group

    2.2 System Configuration—Software 2.2.2 Group Description This PBX supports various types of groups. CO Line Group CO lines can be grouped into CO line groups based on carrier, CO line type, etc. (→ LCOT CO Line Group Number [402]). Several settings can be assigned on a CO line group basis. All CO lines belonging to a CO line group follow the programming for that CO line group.

  • Page 233

    2.2 System Configuration—Software paging groups. (→ 1.14.1 Paging) [Example] Paging Group 1 Paging Group 2 Paging Group 3 Paging Group 4 Extension Group 1 Extension Group 2 Extension Group 3 Extn. 100 Extn. 101 Extn. 102 Extn. 103 Extn. 104 Extn. 105 Pager 1 Pager 2 Idle Extension Hunting Group...

  • Page 234: Tenant Service

    2.2 System Configuration—Software [Example] VM (DPT) Group VM (DTMF) Group Floating extn. no. 100 Floating extn. no. 200 Extn.101 Extn.102 Extn.103 Extn.104 Extn.201 Extn.202 Extn.203 Extn.204 Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port (DPT [Digital] Integration) (DTMF Integration) PS Ring Group A PS ring group is a group of PS extensions which receives incoming calls directed to the group.

  • Page 235

    2.2 System Configuration—Software 1.2. Time Service Time modes are used by many PBX features to determine how they will function during different times of day (→ 2.2.4 Time Service). The start and end times of each time mode (day/lunch/break/ night) for each day of the week are programmed in a Time Table. Each Time Table has a number which corresponds to the tenant number of the tenant it serves.

  • Page 236

    2.2 System Configuration—Software [Programming Example: Internal Call Block] Called Party Caller COS 1 COS 2 COS 3 COS 4 COS 5 COS 6 COS 1 COS 2 Block Block COS 3 COS 4 Block Block COS 5 Block Block Block Block COS 6 Block...

  • Page 237

    2.2 System Configuration—Software 3.2. External Call Block If multiple tenants are using the PBX, the External Call Block feature should be programmed to control which COS numbers are allowed to access which CO line groups. By preventing certain COS numbers from accessing certain CO line groups, each tenant can be given its own CO line groups which no other tenant can access.

  • Page 238: Time Service

    2.2 System Configuration—Software – The Music on Hold heard by a caller while waiting in a queue. – The Time Table used by the ICD group to determine the current time mode. An overflow destination and Queuing Time Table can be assigned for each time mode. 2.2.4 Time Service Description...

  • Page 239

    2.2 System Configuration—Software [Programming Example: Time Table] Time Table No. (Tenant No.) Time Schedule Day 1 09:00 15:00 11:00 12:00 Lunch 12:00 18:30 15:00 Day 2 13:00 19:00 18:00 Break 1 start 15:00 20:30 06:00 Break 1 end 15:15 20:45 Break 2 start 22:30 21:00...

  • Page 240

    2.2 System Configuration—Software Destination of incoming doorphone calls (→ 1.15.1 Doorphone Call) Destination of Operator Calls (→ 2.2.5 Operator Features) Toll Restriction (TRS) level of each COS COS numbers which are permitted/restricted to access certain CO line groups (External Call Block) (→...

  • Page 241

    2.2 System Configuration—Software Light Pattern Current Time Mode Red on Night Green on Lunch Slow green flashing Break Slow red flashing Holiday Note Pressing a Time Service button will change the current time mode only if the COS assigned to the extension is authorized to do so (→...

  • Page 242: Operator Features, Manager Features

    2.2 System Configuration—Software 2.2.5 Operator Features Description This PBX supports separate operators for both the PBX and each tenant. Any extension or incoming call distribution (ICD) group can be designated as an operator. Operators are the destination of Operator Calls. Type Description PBX operator...

  • Page 243

    2.2 System Configuration—Software Manager Feature Description Details in Password Manager Manager Changes the manager password. Required – Programming Password Change Verified Code Sets a Verified Code PIN for each Required • 1.8.5 Verified Personal Verified Code. Code Entry Identification Number (PIN) Set Remote PIN Clear Clears the extension PIN of an Required •...

  • Page 244

    2.2 System Configuration—Software Operation References 2.1 Control Features 3.2.2 Manager Programming Feature Guide...

  • Page 245: System Data Control, Pc Programming

    2.3 System Data Control System Data Control 2.3.1 PC Programming Description Although many PBX features can be programmed using a proprietary telephone (PT) (→ 2.3.2 PT Programming), a PC connected to the PBX can use the KX-TDA Maintenance Console software to program in further detail.

  • Page 246

    2.3 System Data Control Connection Methods for Remote Programming Required Method Description Hardware Off-site modem Call the PBX and have the call directed to the floating RMT card and extension number assigned to the analog remote maintenance user-supplied feature (→ Modem Floating Extension Number [811]) using modem one of the following methods: Direct Access: Using the off-site modem, dial a telephone...

  • Page 247: Pt Programming

    2.3 System Data Control • Programmer Code and Password for System Programming To access system programming, a programmer code and its password must be entered. For more details, see Section 3.1 Introduction. • Remote Programming Limitation It is possible to disable remote access through system programming (→ Remote Programming [810]). Disabling this feature will also disable the ability to perform on-site programming via modem or ISDN •...

  • Page 248: Quick Setup

    2.3 System Data Control Conditions • Class of Service (COS) programming determines the level of programming an extension user is authorized to perform (→ Programming Mode Limitation [516]): – System programming and personal programming – Personal programming only – No programming may be performed •...

  • Page 249: Automatic Time Adjustment

    2.3 System Data Control Item Parameter Description Date & Time Set Year/Month/Date/ The date and time set on the PC can be used by default. Hour/Minute System 4–10 characters Enter the system password for installer (→ 3.1 Introduction). Password for Installer Operator &...

  • Page 250: Flexible Numbering/fixed Numbering

    2.3 System Data Control Time Information from Telephone Company Time information can be received when – An incoming or outgoing call through an ISDN line is received/made. – An incoming call through an analog line with Caller ID which includes time information is received. The PBX clock will be adjusted everyday with the first call after 3:05 AM, if enabled through system programming.

  • Page 251

    2.3 System Data Control Other PBX Extension Numbers (Other PBX Extension Number [TIE] 01 through 16): Up to three-digit number consisting of 0–9, " ", and "#" [Flexible Numbering Table (available while a dial tone is heard)] The default Flexible Numbering Table (Pattern 1 or Pattern 2) is selected when running Quick Setup (→...

  • Page 252

    2.3 System Data Control Feature Default Pattern 1 Pattern 2 (with (without Wireless XDP Parallel Mode set/cancel Account Code Entry Call Hold/Call Hold Retrieve Call Hold Retrieve—Specified with a Holding Extension Number Call Park/Call Park Retrieve Call Hold Retrieve—Specified with a Held CO Line Number Door Open External Relay External Feature Access...

  • Page 253

    2.3 System Data Control Feature Default Pattern 1 Pattern 2 (with (without Incoming Call Queue Monitor Hot Line program/set/cancel Absent Message set/cancel BGM set/cancel Remote Wake-up Call Timed Reminder set/cancel Printing Message Extension Lock set/cancel Time Service Switch Remote Extension Lock off Remote Extension Lock on NDSS Monitor Release Extension Feature Clear...

  • Page 254

    2.3 System Data Control Fixed Numbering (available while dialing or talking) Features which are available while dialing or talking have fixed numbers, as shown in the following table: [Fixed Numbering Table (available while dialing or talking)] Feature Fixed Numbering Pulse to Tone Conversion Conference Door Open Conditions...

  • Page 255: Floating Extension

    2.3 System Data Control 2.3.6 Floating Extension Description Virtual extension numbers can be assigned to resources to make them as easily accessible as extensions. These numbers are referred to as "floating extension numbers" and can be assigned as a destination of incoming calls, intercepted calls, etc.

  • Page 256: Software Upgrading

    2.3 System Data Control 2.3.7 Software Upgrading Description It is possible to upload software from a PC to the PBX to upgrade the following: Data File Storing Area Main Processing (MPR) software Operating system data area on the MPR card data Default system programming data for Country/area data area on the MPR card...

  • Page 257: Fault Recovery/diagnostics, Power Failure Transfer, Power Failure Restart

    2.4 Fault Recovery/Diagnostics Fault Recovery/Diagnostics 2.4.1 Power Failure Transfer Description If the power supply to the PBX fails, specific single line telephones (SLTs) are automatically connected to specific CO lines (Power Failure Connections). The PBX will switch from the current connections to Power Failure Connections, and all existing conversations will be disconnected.

  • Page 258: Local Alarm Information

    2.4 Fault Recovery/Diagnostics 2.4.3 Local Alarm Information Description When the PBX detects an error, the System Alarm button on the proprietary telephone (PT) of an extension which is allowed to use this feature through system programming (a maximum of two extensions per PBX), lights red.

  • Page 259

    2.4 Fault Recovery/Diagnostics Feature References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons 1.23.1 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Feature Guide...

  • Page 260

    2.4 Fault Recovery/Diagnostics Feature Guide...

  • Page 261: Programming Instructions

    Section 3 Programming Instructions Feature Guide...

  • Page 262: Introduction, Password Security

    Introduction These programming instructions are designed to serve as an overall system programming reference for the Panasonic Hybrid IP-PBX. The PBX has default settings which can be changed to meet your needs. These settings control the manner in which the PBX features described in this Feature Guide function, and changing these settings is referred to as "system programming".

  • Page 263

    3.1 Introduction Warning to the Administrator or Installer regarding the system password Please provide all system passwords to the customer. To avoid unauthorized access and possible abuse of the PBX, keep the passwords secret, and inform the customer of the importance of the passwords, and the possible dangers if they become known to others.

  • Page 264: Entering Characters

    3.1 Introduction 3.1.3 Entering Characters The characters that can be used when performing system programming differ depending on whether programming is being done using a PT or a PC. PT Programming The following characters can be used when storing a name, message, or other text entry data using a PT. The tables below show you the characters available on each button.

  • Page 265

    3.1 Introduction Table 2 (Option mode) [Example of Character Entry] To enter "Ann": (5 times) (5 times) FWD/DND Notes • To move the cursor left or right, press , respectively. • To delete a character, move the cursor left or right to highlight it, then press CLEAR. •...

  • Page 266

    3.1 Introduction PC Programming The following characters can be used when storing a name, message, password or other text entry data using a PC. Feature Guide...

  • Page 267: Pc Programming, Installing And Starting Kx-tda Maintenance Console

    3.2 PC Programming PC Programming 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console System programming, diagnosis, and data upload/download can be performed with a PC using the KX-TDA Maintenance Console software. This section briefly describes how to install and start KX-TDA Maintenance Console on a PC which is connected to the PBX via USB.

  • Page 268

    3.2 PC Programming 3. Enter a valid programmer code (INSTALLER, ADMIN, or USER), then click [OK]. Note When starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console for the first time (i.e., either when the PBX is still set to the factory default settings, or after initializing the PBX), Quick Setup can be launched automatically by entering the Installer Level Programmer Code and password.

  • Page 269

    3.2 PC Programming 7. The program menu appears. You may now begin programming the PBX. Notes • During long programming sessions, it is highly recommended that you periodically save the system data to the SD Memory Card. If the PBX suffers a sudden power failure or if the system is reset for some reason and all system data is lost, it can be restored from the SD Memory Card.

  • Page 270

    3.2 PC Programming CAUTION Do not remove the SD Memory Card while power is supplied to the Hybrid IP-PBX. Doing so may cause the Hybrid IP-PBX to fail to start when you try to restart the system. Feature Guide...

  • Page 271

    3.3 PT Programming PT Programming 3.3.1 Programming Instructions Requirements PBX settings can be customized through system programming by using a proprietary telephone (PT) with a multiline display, such as the KX-T7636. To access system programming, the Class of Service (COS) assigned to the PT's extension must be programmed to allow system programming, or the PT must be connected to the lowest numbered port on the card installed in the lowest numbered slot.

  • Page 272: Buttons And Functions

    3.3 PT Programming Buttons and Functions Fixed Buttons Function T7600/IP-PT T7200/T7400 REDIAL PREVIOUS SP-PHONE NEXT (Page up) FWD/DND (Page down) CONF AUTO DIAL ENTER STORE Back to Previous Menu (CANCEL) SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT HOLD TRANSFER CLEAR AUTO ANS MESSAGE SELECT MUTE PROGRAM PAUSE...

  • Page 273: Entering System Programming Mode, Programming Structure

    3.3 PT Programming Entering System Programming Mode Using a PT to perform system programming allows an authorized extension user to set a wide range of PBX features and parameters. There are two levels of system programming that can be performed with a PT—administrator level programming and user level programming.

  • Page 274: Basic Programming, System Speed Dialing Number, System Speed Dialing Name

    3.3 PT Programming 3.3.2 Basic Programming Date & Time [000] [000] Date Year Month 01–31 00–99 01–12 ENTER ENTER Minute Hour SELECT 00–59 (AUTO ANS/MESSAGE) 01–12 ENTER NEXT (HOLD) AM/PM System Speed Dialing Number [001] [001] Telephone No. Speed Dialing No. (Location No.) Max.

  • Page 275: Operator Assignment, Console Paired Telephone

    3.3 PT Programming Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) [005] [005] Extn. No. 1–4 digits Max. 10 digits ENTER ENTER WARNING When a third party discovers the personal identification number (PIN) (verified code PIN/extension PIN) of the PBX, there will be a risk that they will make fraudulent phone calls using the telephone line, and the cost will be charged to your own account.

  • Page 276: System Management Programming, Flexible Numbering, Time Service Switching Mode

    3.3 PT Programming 3.3.3 System Management Programming Flexible Numbering [100] [100] Location No. Feature No. 01–36 1–4 digits Shown in the ENTER ENTER (HOLD) list in Section 2.3.5 To the Next Location No. To the Desired Location No. NEXT CANCEL Time Service Switching Mode [101] [101] SELECT...

  • Page 277: Manager Password, Verified Code Name

    3.3 PT Programming System Password for Administrator—for PT Programming [110] [110] Password 4–10 digits ENTER ENTER 1234 System Password for User—for PT Programming [111] [111] Password 4–10 digits ENTER ENTER 1234 Manager Password [112] [112] Password 4–10 digits ENTER ENTER 1234 Verified Code [120] [120]...

  • Page 278: Time Programming, Verified Code Cos Number, Hold Recall Time

    3.3 PT Programming Verified Code COS Number [123] [123] Location No. COS No. 0001–1000 01–64 ENTER ENTER Main Processing (MPR) Software Version Reference [190] [190] MPR Version Reference only ENTER 3.3.4 Time Programming Hold Recall Time [200] [200] Time 0–240 s ENTER ENTER (HOLD)

  • Page 279: Trs/ars Programming, Door Open Duration, Call Duration Count Starting Time For Lcot

    3.3 PT Programming Door Open Duration [207] [207] Time 2–7 s ENTER ENTER Call Duration Count Starting Time for LCOT [208] [208] Time 0–60 s ENTER ENTER DISA Delayed Answer Time [209] [209] Time 0–30 s ENTER ENTER DISA CO-to-CO Line Call Prolong Time [210] [210] Time 0–7 min...

  • Page 280: Trs Denied Code, Trs Exception Code

    3.3 PT Programming TRS Denied Code [301] [301] Level No. Location No. Denied Code 2–6 001–100 Max. 16 digits ENTER ENTER To the Next Location No. To the Desired Location No. NEXT CANCEL TRS Exception Code [302] [302] Level No. Location No.

  • Page 281: Ars Exception Number, Ars Routing Plan Time Table

    3.3 PT Programming ARS Exception Number [325] [325] Location No. Exception No. 001–200 Max. 16 digits ENTER ENTER ARS Routing Plan Time Table [330] [330] Day No. ARS Time No. Plan Table No. 0 Sun/1 Mon/2 Tue/ 1 TimeA/2 TimeB/ 01–16 ENTER 3 Wed/4 Thu/5 Fri/6 Sat...

  • Page 282: Co Line Programming, Ars Carrier Access Code, Lcot Co Line Connection

    3.3 PT Programming ARS Carrier Access Code [353] [353] Carrier Table No. Carrier Access Code 01–10 Max. 32 digits ENTER ENTER 3.3.6 CO Line Programming LCOT CO Line Connection [400] [400] Slot No. Port No. SELECT (AUTO ANS/MESSAGE) 01–10 01–16 ENTER No Connect/ ENTER...

  • Page 283: Lcot Pulse Rate, Lcot Dtmf Minimum Duration

    3.3 PT Programming LCOT Pulse Rate [411] [411] Slot No. Port No. SELECT 01–10 01–16 Low/High ENTER ENTER LCOT DTMF Minimum Duration [412] [412] Slot No. Port No. SELECT 01–10 01–16 80/160 ms ENTER ENTER LCOT CPC Signal Detection Time—Outgoing [413] [413] Slot No.

  • Page 284

    3.3 PT Programming DIL 1:1 Destination [450] [450] Slot No. Port No. Time No. Destination No. 1 Day/2 Lunch/ 01–10 01–24 1–4 digits ENTER 3 Break/4 Night ENTER DID Number [451] [451] Location No. DID No. 0001–1000 Max. 32 digits ENTER ENTER DID Name [452]...

  • Page 285: Disa Silence Detection, Disa Continuous Signal Detection

    3.3 PT Programming Extension-to-CO Line Call Duration [472] [472] CO Line Group No. Time 01–64 01–60 min ENTER ENTER 10 min CO-to-CO Line Call Duration [473] [473] CO Line Group No. Time 01–64 01–60 min ENTER ENTER 10 min DISA Silence Detection [475] [475] CO Line Group No.

  • Page 286: Cos Programming, Co Line Group Number, Co Line Call Duration Limitation

    3.3 PT Programming 3.3.7 COS Programming CO Line Group Number [500] [500] Time No. COS No. 1 Day/2 Lunch/ 01–64 ENTER 3 Break/4 Night CO Line Group No. SELECT (AUTO ANS/MESSAGE) 01–64 ENTER (HOLD) Disable/ Enable To the Next To the Next CO Line COS No.

  • Page 287

    3.3 PT Programming Executive Busy Override [505] [505] COS No. SELECT Disable/ 01–64 ENTER ENTER Enable Executive Busy Override Deny [506] [506] COS No. SELECT Disable/ 01–64 ENTER ENTER Enable DND Override [507] [507] COS No. SELECT Disable/ 01–64 ENTER ENTER Enable Account Code Mode [508]...

  • Page 288: Extension Programming, Permission For Door Open Access, Time Service Manual Switching

    3.3 PT Programming Permission for Door Open Access [512] [512] COS No. SELECT Disable/ 01–64 ENTER ENTER Enable Time Service Manual Switching [514] [514] COS No. SELECT 01–64 Disable/ ENTER ENTER Enable Wireless XDP Parallel Mode for Paired Telephone [515] [515] COS No.

  • Page 289: Class Of Service, Extension Intercept Destination

    3.3 PT Programming Class of Service [602] [602] Extn. No. COS No. 1–4 digits 01–64 ENTER ENTER Extension Group [603] [603] Extn. No. Extension Group No. 1–4 digits 001–032 ENTER ENTER Extension Intercept Destination [604] [604] Time No. Extn. No. Destination No.

  • Page 290: Icd Group Delayed Ringing, Icd Group Floating Extension Number

    3.3 PT Programming ICD Group Delayed Ringing [621] [621] Location No. SELECT Group No. 01–32 Immediate/ ENTER 1–6 (rings)/ 01–64 No ring ENTER ICD Group Floating Extension Number [622] [622] Extn. No. Group No. 1–4 digits ENTER ENTER 01–64 ICD Group Name [623] [623] Name Group No.

  • Page 291: Destination When All Busy, Queuing Call Capacity

    3.3 PT Programming Destination When All Busy [627] [627] Time No. Destination No. Group No. 1 Day/2 Lunch/ Max. 32 digits ENTER 3 Break/4 Night 01–64 ENTER Queuing Call Capacity [628] [628] Number in Queuing Group No. 0–30 ENTER ENTER 01–64 Queuing Hurry-up Level [629] [629]...

  • Page 292: Maximum Number Of Agents, Extension Groups Of A Paging Group

    3.3 PT Programming Maximum Number of Agents [632] [632] Number of Agents Group No. No Limitation/1–32 ENTER ENTER 01–64 Extension Groups of a Paging Group [640] [640] Paging Group No. Extn. Group No. 01–32 001–032 ENTER SELECT No/Yes ENTER Paging Group No. 01–31=Extn. Group No. 001–031, Paging Group No.

  • Page 293: Idle Extension Hunting Type, Idle Extension Hunting Group Member

    3.3 PT Programming Idle Extension Hunting Type [680] [680] Hunting Group No. SELECT 01–64 Circular/ ENTER ENTER Terminate Idle Extension Hunting Group Member [681] [681] Hunting Group No. Location No. 01–16 01–64 ENTER Extn. No. 1–4 digits ENTER PS Registration [690] [690] PS No.

  • Page 294: Resource/interface Programming, External Pager Floating Extension Number, Music For Transfer

    3.3 PT Programming 3.3.9 Resource/Interface Programming External Pager Floating Extension Number [700] [700] Pager No. Extn. No. 1–2 1–4 digits (HOLD) ENTER ENTER To the Next Pager No. To the Desired Pager No. NEXT CANCEL Audio Source Selection for BGM 2 [710] [710] SELECT (AUTO ANS/...

  • Page 295: Smdr & Maintenance Programming, Doorphone Number Reference

    3.3 PT Programming Doorphone Number Reference [729] [729] Card No. and Port No. Doorphone No. Slot No. 01–11 1–3 1–4 Reference only ENTER Outgoing Message (OGM) Floating Extension Number [730] [730] Message No. Extn. No. 01–64 1–4 digits ENTER ENTER Outgoing Message (OGM) Name [731] [731] Message No.

  • Page 296: External Modem Control, Smdr Page Length

    3.3 PT Programming RS-232C Parameter—Parity Bit [800] [800] Location SELECT None/Mark/ ENTER ENTER Space/Even/Odd RS-232C Parameter—Stop Bit Length [800] [800] Location SELECT 1 bit/2 bits ENTER ENTER External Modem Control [801] [801] Command No. 1–5 ENTER ENTER SMDR Page Length [802] [802] Page length 4–99 lines...

  • Page 297: Card Programming

    3.3 PT Programming Remote Programming [810] [810] SELECT Disable/ ENTER Enable ENTER Modem Floating Extension Number [811] [811] Extn. No. 1–4 digits ENTER ENTER ISDN Remote Floating Extension Number [812] [812] Extn. No. 1–4 digits ENTER ENTER 3.3.11 Card Programming Slot Card Type Reference [900] [900] Slot No.

  • Page 298: Opb3 Option Card Type Reference, Opb3 Option Card Deletion

    3.3 PT Programming OPB3 Option Card Type Reference [910] [910] Slot No. Option Card Type Card No. 01–11 1–3 Reference only ENTER OPB3 Option Card Deletion [911] [911] Slot No. Card No. Delete Confirming the 01–11 1–3 ENTER ENTER deleting operation. Feature Guide...

  • Page 299: Kx-tda Maintenance Console Operating Instructions

    Section 4 KX-TDA Maintenance Console Operating Instructions Feature Guide...

  • Page 300: Software Modes, Introduction, Status Bar, Access Levels

    4.1 Introduction Introduction 4.1.1 Software Modes When the Maintenance Console is started, it enters Initial mode. From here, you can choose to enter either Batch mode or Interactive mode to program the PBX. • Batch mode Batch mode allows you to create new system data files, and make modifications to system data files stored on your PC, without being connected to the PBX.

  • Page 301

    4.1 Introduction Access to menu options within the Maintenance Console is also restricted depending on the Programmer Code, and the current software mode (see "4.1.1 Software Modes"). When a menu option is limited to certain access levels, this is noted in the initial description of that menu option, for example: "This option is only available at Installer level."...

  • Page 302

    4.1 Introduction Tool Menu Option Initial Batch Interactive SD memory backup NDSS Link Data Clear Extension list View Import —> Feature - Speed Dial and Caller ID Import —> Incoming Call - DID Table Import —> ARS - Leading Digit Import —>...

  • Page 303

    4.1 Introduction Utility Menu Option Initial Batch Interactive T1 Line Trace ISDN/QSIG Protocol Trace Digital Trunk Error Report IP Extension Statistical Information CS Information PS Information Timed Update System Reset —> Reset by the Command System Reset —> Reset by the Command Flash ROM ID Information View Menu Option...

  • Page 304: Standard Buttons, Card Status, Display Options

    4.1 Introduction Help Menu Option Initial Batch Interactive Additional Information About 4.1.4 Standard Buttons There are several standard buttons that are displayed on many screens within the Maintenance Console. The standard buttons are as follows: Button Function Implements changes and closes the current screen. Cancel Abandons changes and returns to the previous screen.

  • Page 305

    4.1 Introduction – Status Bar: Displays or hides the bar at the bottom of the Maintenance Console window. • Window – Cascade: When multiple data screens are open, displays all open screens overlapped, with the title bars visible. – Tile(Horz): When multiple data screens are open, displays all open screens side by side. –...

  • Page 306: File, File—new, File—open

    4.2 File File 4.2.1 File—New Creates a new system data file, used to program the PBX in Batch mode. All settings are in their initial or default state, and any cards currently installed in the PBX are not displayed. To upload the file created here to the SD memory card installed in the PBX, see "4.5.2 Utility—File Transfer PC to PBX (SD Card)".

  • Page 307: File—close, File—save, File—save As, File—exit

    4.2 File Enter a name for the new converted system file. • Click No to open the file as it is. 4.2.3 File—Close Closes the system data file that is currently being modified, and returns to Initial mode. To close a system data file •...

  • Page 308

    4.2 File To exit the Maintenance Console • From the File menu, select eXit. If the system data file being modified has not been saved, a warning message will be displayed, giving you the option to save the file. • Click Yes to save the file.

  • Page 309: Connect, Connect—rs-232c, Connect—usb

    4.3 Connect Connect 4.3.1 Connect—RS-232C Connects to the PBX in Interactive mode through the serial RS-232C interface of the PBX. The settings are as follows: Setting Values Description Port COM1–COMx Specify the number of the COM port assigned to the PC's RS-232C interface. Only available COM ports will be displayed.

  • Page 310: Connect—lan, Connect—modem

    4.3 Connect 4.3.3 Connect—LAN Connects to the PBX in Interactive mode through the Local Area Network interface of the PBX. A CTI-LINK card must be installed and the IP address of the PBX set, to use this feature. For more details, see "4.7.12 Slot [1-1] CTI-LINK Card Property".

  • Page 311: Connect—disconnect

    4.3 Connect Setting Values Description Command – Enter the modem initialize command. For more details, refer to your modem's instruction manual. Dial Number 1-9, 0, *, and # Enter the telephone number to be dialed to access the PBX. Dial Type Auto(Tone), Specify the outgoing dialing method.

  • Page 312

    4.3 Connect Click OK. Feature Guide...

  • Page 313: Tool, Tool—sd Memory Backup, Tool—ndss Link Data Clear, Tool—extension List View

    4.4 Tool Tool 4.4.1 Tool—SD memory backup Saves system data from the PBX to the SD memory card. Backup begins as soon as this option is chosen. To back up system data • From the Tool menu, select SD memory backup. 4.4.2 Tool—NDSS Link Data Clear Clears NDSS Link Data stored in the connected PBX.

  • Page 314: Tool—import

    4.4 Tool To view extension information • From the Tool menu, select Extension List View. 4.4.4 Tool—Import Allows several types of system data files or tables to be imported. Except for Speed Dial and Caller ID, this option is only available at Installer level. The files from which data can be imported are files that were previously saved at this or another PBX using the Export tool (see "4.4.5 Tool—Export"), or comma-separated value (CSV) files.

  • Page 315

    4.4 Tool Incoming Call - DID Table Data Type Import Destination Reference CLI Ring for DID-Night CLI Ring - Night 4.16.3 DID Table [10-3] ARS - Leading Digit Data Type Import Destination Reference Location 4.14.2 Leading Number [8-2] Leading Number Leading Digit 4.14.2 Leading Number [8-2] Additional Number of Digits Additional Dial Digits...

  • Page 316: Tool—export, Tool—system Data Convert

    4.4 Tool 4.4.5 Tool—Export Allows several types of system data files or tables to be exported as comma-separated value (CSV) files. These files can be used with the Import tool (see "4.4.4 Tool—Import") to update another PBX. Except for Speed Dial and Caller ID, this option is only available at Installer level. Note The separator used in CSV files created using the Export tool is decided by the unit specified in List Separator, in the Windows Regional Options Control Panel.

  • Page 317

    4.4 Tool Click OK. If the convert operation was successful, a message will be displayed. Click OK. Feature Guide...

  • Page 318: Utility, Utility—diagnosis

    4.5 Utility Utility 4.5.1 Utility—Diagnosis Performs diagnostic tests on cards installed in the PBX, to identify the source of problems. There are 2 types of test, Card Test and Pair Port Test. If any of the tests listed here returns the result "NG" ("No Good"), contact your dealer. Test results can be saved, as a TXT-format (text) file.

  • Page 319

    4.5 Utility Caller ID card loop back diagnosis Extension mode setting test CTI-LINK loop back diagnosis IP-GW H.323 call simulate diagnosis LAN loop back diagnosis To perform a card test From the Utility menu, select Diagnosis. Click on the Status cell of the card to be tested, and set it to "OUS". Click on the cell showing the card type.

  • Page 320: Utility—file Transfer Pc To Pbx (sd Card)

    4.5 Utility DTMF detection (CO—>Ext) DTMF generation/detection from CO line to extension DP detection (CO—>Ext) DP generation/detection from CO line to extension BELL detection (Ext—>CO) BELL generation/detection from extension to CO line Speech path (Ext—>CO) Speech path from extension to CO line Speech path (CO—>Ext) Speech path from CO line to extension To perform a pair port test...

  • Page 321

    4.5 Utility The names of all files that can be stored on the SD memory card are as follows: Main Program Name on SD Memory Card Corresponding Card PMPR PMPR_SUB PMPR-file-format data that is transferred to the PBX from the PC is saved as "PMPR_SUB". LPR Program Name on SD Memory Card Corresponding Card...

  • Page 322

    4.5 Utility Language Data Name on SD Memory Card Corresponding Unit DVMLNG1–DVMLNG5 VPS (Display Guidance data) Initial Data Name on SD Memory Card Corresponding Card DINI DIDHLC DHLC8 DISLC SLC8 DIDLC DLC8/DLC16 DIPRI DICSINF CSIF DILCOT LCOT8/LCOT16 DIT1 DIOPB3 OPB3 DICTILIN CTI-LINK DIEIO...

  • Page 323: Utility—file Transfer Pbx (sd Card) To Pc, Utility—sd Card File View And Load

    4.5 Utility 4.5.3 Utility—File Transfer PBX (SD Card) to PC Copies system data files from the SD memory card installed in the PBX to the connected PC. This option is only available at Installer level. The files that can be downloaded from the SD memory card are as follows: File Type File Name System Data...

  • Page 324: Utility—sd Card File Delete, Utility—message File Transfer Pc To Pbx

    4.5 Utility Click Detail. The Detail screen will be displayed. Header information from the chosen SD memory card file is displayed on the left. From the Card drop-down list on the right, select the card(s) whose software you want to update. •...

  • Page 325: Utility—message File Transfer Pbx To Pc, Utility—error Log

    4.5 Utility To transfer OGMs to an OPB card From the Utility menu, select Message File Transfer PC to PBX. Select the target MSG card from the drop-down list, and click OK. The Open dialog box will be displayed. Select the message files to upload. It is possible to select multiple files.

  • Page 326: Utility—t1 Signalling Bit Monitor

    The 5-digit sub code of the relevant hardware. (1XXYY) 1: Cabinet number XX: Slot number KX-TDA100: 00 to 06 (00: MPR slot; 01 to 05: Free slot; 06: Option slot) KX-TDA200: 00 to 11 (00: MPR slot; 01 to 10: Free slot; 11:...

  • Page 327: Utility—t1 Line Trace, Utility—isdn/qsig Protocol Trace

    4.5 Utility To view signalling bit information From the Utility menu, select T1 Signalling Bit Monitor. From the Slot No drop-down list, select the target slot. From the Interval Timer drop-down list, select the number of seconds between each automatic screen refresh.

  • Page 328: Utility—digital Trunk Error Report

    4.5 Utility From the Slot No drop-down list, select the target slot. From the Trace Data Type drop-down list, select the type of data to view. Click Start. Trace information will be displayed. Select an option: • Click Capture to save the displayed trace information. •...

  • Page 329: Utility—ip Extension Statistical Information, Utility—cs Information

    4.5 Utility Click Execute. The error report will be displayed. 4.5.13 Utility—IP Extension Statistical Information Displays accumulated statistical information on both IP extensions and IP-EXT cards. The displayed items are as follows: Item Description Collection Started Time Date and time of the last reset of the port. Port Number of the port.

  • Page 330: Utility—ps Information

    4.5 Utility Item Description Port Number of the port CS Name Name of the attached CS Status Service status of the attached CS: INS, OUS, or FAULT. If the status is FAULT, subsequent data items for that port will be left blank.

  • Page 331: Utility—timed Update

    4.5 Utility Item Description Location—Port Port number of the CS that the PS is registered with. To view PS information From the Utility menu, select PS Information. Click Refresh. 4.5.16 Utility—Timed Update Updates programs in the LPR cards (optional service cards with local processors) by comparing them with files found on the SD memory card on a preset schedule, and downloading newer files to the cards.

  • Page 332: Utility—system Reset—reset By The Command

    4.5 Utility Click in the hour or minute field and use the up and down arrows to adjust the displayed time in increments of one unit. Click Apply. A message box will be displayed. Click OK. To turn this utility off: From the Utility menu, select Timed Update.

  • Page 333: Utility—flash Rom Id Information

    4.5 Utility • Click Skip to continue without backing up. Select this if you intend to replace the current system data with data that was uploaded from the The second screen will be displayed. A list of matching files found on the SD memory card, with dates and times, is shown at the top.

  • Page 334: Help

    Is the USB cable firmly connected to both the PC and the PBX? • Is the USB driver on the PC running? To confirm, open the Windows Device Manager, and look for "Panasonic KX-TDA USB Main Unit driver" in the USB Controllers section. If it is not present, re-install the USB driver.

  • Page 335

    4.6 Help • Yes. This is possible in Batch mode. Create a new system data file using File—New (see "4.2.1 File—New"), edit settings as required, and then upload this file to the PBX later (see "4.5.2 Utility—File Transfer PC to PBX (SD Card)"). Modified settings have not been updated in the PBX.

  • Page 336

    4.6 Help • With the new card installed, does the total number of extensions or CO lines exceed the maximum supported by the PBX? • Is the type of card installed in the slot different from the card type set as "Pre-INS" for that slot? Confirm that the correct card is installed in the slot.

  • Page 337

    4.6 Help • Turn the Portable Station off and back on again, to force it to re-register its location. I changed the FCO of a Portable Station, but the display of the Portable Station still shows the old FCO. • Turn the Portable Station off and back on again, to force it to re-register its location.

  • Page 338

    4.6 Help • Change the extension number of the target port to the new number, and click Apply. Then set the port to OUS status, and then back to INS status. During a conversation, I changed the extension number of a wired extension, but the display still shows the previous extension number.

  • Page 339

    4.6 Help How do I set a 3-digit numbering plan? • There are 2 methods of creating a 3-digit numbering plan, using the System— Numbering Plan—Extension screen (see "4.8.10 Numbering Plan—Extension [2-6- 1]"): Set the leading number to be 2 digits, with one additional digit. This method allows a maximum of 10 extensions.

  • Page 340

    4.6 Help • Perform the following steps: Clear the Leading Number cell. Click Apply. Set Additional Digits to "None". Click Apply. Enter the desired value in the Leading Number cell. Click Apply. Set all extension ports to OUS status, and then back to INS status. How do I change a feature number? •...

  • Page 341

    4.6 Help How do I edit a Class of Service, or create a new Class of Service? • Class of Service feature restrictions can be set from the System—Class of Service— COS Settings screen (see "4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]"). How do I restrict calls between 2 extensions? •...

  • Page 342

    4.6 Help • Perform the following steps: On the Groups—Incoming Call Distribution Group—Queuing Time Table screen (see "4.9.8 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Queuing Time Table [3-5-3]"), set the actions as required for each queuing table. On the Groups—Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings screen (see "4.9.6 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings [3-5-1]"), from the Queuing Time Table tab, select the number of the Queuing Time Table to use in each time mode.

  • Page 343: Configuration [1], Slot [1-1]

    CO line card: 4 with KX-TDA100, 8 with KX-TDA200 PRI23 card: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 T1 card: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 PRI23 card + T1 card: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 IP-GW card: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 Feature Guide...

  • Page 344

    4.7 Configuration [1] OPB3 card: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 CTI-LINK card: 1 with KX-TDA100, 1 with KX-TDA200 Installation Manual References 1.3.1 Options Programming Guide References 4.7.3 Slot [1-1] Extension Card Property 4.7.4 Slot [1-1] CSI/F Card Property 4.7.5 Slot [1-1] LCO Card Property 4.7.6 Slot [1-1] PRI Card Property...

  • Page 345: Slot [1-1] Mpr Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Version Indicates the version of the installed card (reference only). For IP-EXT cards, both the LPR version and the VoIP version are displayed. The LPR version is shown on the left, and the VoIP version on the right, as follows: (Example) 1.002 / 1.001 Default Current version number...

  • Page 346: Slot [1-1] Extension Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None 4.7.3 Slot [1-1] Extension Card Property The property for the extension cards can be specified. SLT Pulse Dial Mode Selects the type of pulse dial transmission appropriate to your area. Default Normal Value Range...

  • Page 347

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 504 ms Value Range 8 × n (n=12–63) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None SLT Pulse Maximum Break Width Specifies the maximum length of the break signal in a pulse dial. Default 96 ms Value Range...

  • Page 348

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Enable Value Range Disable: The PBX disconnects the line to prevent placing the call on hold. Enable: The PBX places the call on consultation hold. Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Flash Timing - Min. Specifies the minimum time before the PBX starts recognizing a hookswitch flash signal sent from an SLT.

  • Page 349: Optional Equipment

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 30 ms Value Range 2 × n (n=1–31) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None SLT Power Supply Selects the voltage that enables an SLT to activate the Message Waiting lamp. This setting is only available with MSLC cards.

  • Page 350: Slot [1-1] Csi/f Card Property, Slot [1-1] Lco Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] 4.7.4 Slot [1-1] CSI/F Card Property The properties of the cell station (CS) interface card are displayed. Master CS Port Indicates the location of the master CS port (reference only). Default Current slot number-Master CS port number Value Range Not applicable.

  • Page 351

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range 3–6 s Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None First Dial Timer (CO) Specifies the minimum time that the PBX waits after seizing a CO line, before sending the dialed digits to the telephone company.

  • Page 352

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 144 ms Value Range 24 × n (n=1–50) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Bell Detection—Bell Off Detection Timer Specifies the minimum time required by the PBX to confirm that the bell signal is no longer sent from the telephone company, before the PBX realizes the call is lost.

  • Page 353

    4.7 Configuration [1] Pulse / DTMF Dial—Pulse Inter Digit Pause Specifies the length of the pulse inter-digit pause. This allows the telephone company to have enough time to accept the dialed digits correctly. Default 830 ms Value Range 630 ms, 830 ms, 1030 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 354

    4.7 Configuration [1] 4.7.17 LCO Port [1-5] Feature Guide References None Low Speed Pulse Dial—Make Width Specifies the minimum length of the make signal in a low speed pulse dial. Low Speed Pulse Dial—Pulse % Break on this screen determines the value that can be specified here. Default 40 ms Value Range...

  • Page 355

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range 4 × n (n=4–18) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] 4.7.17 LCO Port [1-5] Feature Guide References None High Speed Pulse Dial—Make Width Specifies the minimum length of the make signal in a high speed pulse dial. High Speed Pulse Dial—Pulse % Break on this screen determines the value that can be specified here.

  • Page 356

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Current option card type Value Range None, Caller ID Card Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] 4.7.17 LCO Port [1-5]—Caller ID Detection Feature Guide References None Caller ID—Caller ID Signaling Selects the signaling type of the Caller ID that the telephone company provides. Default Value Range FSK, FSK (with Visual Caller ID), DTMF...

  • Page 357

    4.7 Configuration [1] Caller ID—Caller ID (FSK) Carrier Detection Enables the PBX to detect the carrier when receiving Caller ID. To enable this setting, Caller ID Signaling on this screen should be assigned to FSK. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 358

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Caller ID—Caller ID (FSK) Detection Start Timer Specifies the length of time that the PBX waits before detecting Caller ID information, after receiving a call. To enable this setting, Caller ID Signaling on this screen should be assigned to FSK. Default 80 ms Value Range...

  • Page 359: Slot [1-1] Pri Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None 4.7.6 Slot [1-1] PRI Card Property The properties of the PRI card can be specified. ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T200 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the L2 command to ISDN. Default 10 ×...

  • Page 360

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 100 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T301 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after making a call to ISDN. Default 0 ×...

  • Page 361

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T303 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the SETUP (call setting) message to ISDN. Default 40 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 362

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T308 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after receiving the Release message to ISDN. Default 40 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 363

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T313 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the Connect message. Default 40 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 364

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T319 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the Suspend message. Default 0 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 365

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN CO / QSIG Master / QSIG Slave—T3D9 Specifies the length of time that the PBX tries to disconnect L2 in "Call by Call" mode. Default 200 × 100 ms Value Range 0–3000 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 366

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN Extension—T203 Specifies the length of time to detect no communication status of L2. Default 100 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T301 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after making a call to ISDN.

  • Page 367

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN Extension—T303 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the SETUP (call setting) message to ISDN. Default 40 × 100 ms Value Range 0–600 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T304...

  • Page 368

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN Extension—T306 Specifies the maximum time that the PBX waits for a reply after sending the DISC (disconnection) message to ISDN. This setting is used when inband tone is supplied. Default 300 × 100 ms Value Range 0–3000 ×...

  • Page 369

    4.7 Configuration [1] ISDN Extension—T309 Specifies the length of time that the PBX tries to disconnect the data link, before saving the call. Default 120 × 100 ms Value Range 0–3000 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T310...

  • Page 370

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T316 Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a reply after sending the Restart message. Default 0 × 100 ms Value Range 0–3000 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T320...

  • Page 371: Slot [1-1] T1 Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T3D3 Specifies the length of time that the PBX tries to establish L2 in "Permanent" mode. Default 300 × 100 ms Value Range 0–3000 × 100 ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ISDN Extension—T3D9...

  • Page 372

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range B8ZS, AMI Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Frame Sequence Selects the type of frame sequence for the T1 card. Default Value Range D4, ESF Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None ESF Frame Option...

  • Page 373

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range Mode-1–Mode-8 Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None LIU Receive Option Selects the receiving level (Receive Equalization) of LIU. Default Automatic Value Range Automatic, 6 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24 dB Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 374

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 64 ms Value Range 32 × n (n=1–255) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Answer Detection Timer Specifies the length of time required by the PBX to recognize the answer signal. This allows the telephone company to have enough time to accept the dialed digits correctly.

  • Page 375

    4.7 Configuration [1] DTMF Tone—DTMF Inter Digit Pause Specifies the length of the DTMF inter-digit pause. This allows the telephone company to have enough time to accept the dialed digits correctly. Default 112 ms Value Range 64 + 16 × n (n=0–11) ms Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 376

    4.7 Configuration [1] Pulse Dial—Pulse % Break Specifies the % break for pulse digits. This is the ratio between the break signal and make signal in a pulse dial. Default 60 % Value Range 60 %, 67 % Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 377

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Pulse Dial—CO Feed Back Tone Specifies whether to turn on or turn off the pulse feedback tone. For outgoing CO line calls, the dialed number is toned out, which informs the extension user that the dialed number has been dialed out. Default Value Range No, Yes...

  • Page 378

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Flash—Flash Signal Detection (OPX) Enables the PBX to detect the hookswitch flash signal from an SLT connected to OPX. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Flash—Minimum BREAK Width (OPX) Specifies the maximum length of the break signal in a flash signal from an SLT connected to OPX.

  • Page 379

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Flash—Flash Signal Detection (TIE) Enables the PBX to detect a hookswitch flash signal sent from a TIE line. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Flash—Minimum BREAK Width (TIE) Specifies the maximum length of the break signal in a flash signal sent from a TIE line.

  • Page 380

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Caller ID—Caller ID Start Code Selects a DTMF code used to detect the beginning of a Caller ID series. Default Value Range *, #, A–D Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Caller ID—Caller ID Information End Code Selects a delimiter used to separate multiple parameters in a Caller ID series.

  • Page 381: Slot [1-1] Ip-gw Card Property, Slot [1-1] Ip-extension Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None 4.7.8 Slot [1-1] IP-GW Card Property The properties of the VoIP Gateway card can be specified. En-bloc Dialing setting Selects the call dialing mode. Default Overlap Value Range Overlap: The PBX sends dialed digits one by one. En-bloc: The PBX sends all of dialed digits at once after the extension user completes dialing.

  • Page 382: Subnet Mask

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Subnet Mask Specifies the subnet mask of the card. Default 0.0.0.0 Value Range 0.0.0.1–255.255.255.254 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Keep Alive Time Out Specifies the length of time that the PBX will continue to consider an IP-PT to be active even if it receives no transmissions from that IP-PT.

  • Page 383

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range None, 48 ms, 128 ms Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) DSP Digital Gain (Down) Specifies the DSP Digital Gain for the down voice path. Default 0 dB Value Range -14–6 dB Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 384: Slot [1-1] Opb

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range -14–6 dB Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) NLP Setting Selects whether the NLP (Non-Linear Processor) is used to control echo sound quality. Default Use Non-Linear Processor Value Range Use Non-Linear Processor, Use Fixed TX Gain Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 385

    ECHO16: 16-Channel Echo Canceller Card EIO4: 4-Port External Input/Output Card Maximum Quantity: MSG4: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 DPH4: 2 with KX-TDA100, 4 with KX-TDA200 DPH2: 4 with KX-TDA100, 8 with KX-TDA200 ECHO16: 2 with KX-TDA100, 2 with KX-TDA200...

  • Page 386: Port Status

    4.7 Configuration [1] Status Indicates the status of the option card in each slot (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the card command: • Click the desired cell in the column. • Use the arrow keys to select the desired cell in the column, and then click Command. Default Current status Value Range...

  • Page 387

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range INS: The card is in service. OUS: The card is out of service. Fault: The card is pulled out from the sub-slot, or is not communicating with the PBX. Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None For Output (EIO)—Device Type...

  • Page 388: Slot [1-1] Opb Card Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 10 s Value Range 10 × n (n=1–255) s Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References 1.15.7 External Sensor 4.7.11 Slot [1-1] OPB Card Command Commands for the service cards installed in the OPB card can be programmed. Puts the card in service.

  • Page 389: Slot [1-1] Cti-link Card Property

    4.7 Configuration [1] Pre-INS Assigns the card type to a certain sub-slot (Pre-installation). Default Not applicable. Value Range MSG4: 4-Channel Message Card DPH4: 4-Port Doorphone Card DPH2: 2-Port Doorphone Card ECHO16: 16-Channel Echo Canceller Card EIO4: 4-Port External Input/Output Card Installation Manual References 1.3.1 Options Programming Guide References...

  • Page 390

    4.7 Configuration [1] IP Address Specifies the IP address of the PBX. Default 192.168.0.1 Value Range 1.0.0.0–223.255.255.255 Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References 1.29.1 Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) Subnet Mask Specifies the subnet mask of the PBX. Default 255.255.255.0 Value Range...

  • Page 391: Slot [1-1] Card Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Maintenance Port Number Specifies a port number used to operate KX-TDA Maintenance Console via LAN. Default 35300 Value Range 10000–65535 Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References 1.29.1 Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) CTI Port Number Specifies a port number used to operate CTI via LAN.

  • Page 392

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Takes the card out of service. This enables a temporary non-use of the card, for example, for the purpose of repair. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 393: Portable Station [1-2]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Installation Manual References 1.3.1 Options Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Delete Assigns the card type to be deleted from the slot. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None 4.7.14 Portable Station [1-2]...

  • Page 394

    4.7 Configuration [1] • If the registration is still in the process, the dialog box will show "Waiting: PS Registration". Click Close. • If the registration is successful, the dialog box will show "Registration Succeed". If there are more PSs to be registered, click Continue to resume or Quit to terminate the registration.

  • Page 395

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.22 Portable Station (PS) Features Extension No. Specifies the extension number of a PS. In Wireless XDP Parallel Mode, the PS can be used as a sub telephone with a wired main telephone (PT/ SLT), and two of them will share one extension number of the main telephone.

  • Page 396: Clock Priority [1-3]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range ON, OFF Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.22.1 Portable Station (PS) Connection Personal Identification Number Specifies the Personal Identification Number (PIN) of the PBX used to avoid unexpected registration to another PBX. Note that the same PIN of the PBX should be registered into the PS, before the PS is registered to the PBX. Default 1234 Value Range...

  • Page 397: Option [1-4], Lco Port [1-5]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default None Value Range None, PRI23, T1 Feature Guide References None 4.7.16 Option [1-4] System options can be programmed. Extension Number Set Mode Selects whether extension numbers are assigned to extension ports automatically or manually. Default Automatic Value Range Automatic, Manual Feature Guide References...

  • Page 398: Dialing Mode

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: •...

  • Page 399

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range DTMF, Pulse Feature Guide References None CPC Signal Detection Time—Outgoing, Incoming Specifies the length of time required by the PBX to detect a CPC signal on outgoing or incoming CO line calls before disconnecting the line . Default 400 ms Value Range...

  • Page 400: Pause Time, Flash Time

    4.7 Configuration [1] Caller ID Detection Enables the PBX to detect a Caller ID signal from the analog CO line. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.7.5 Slot [1-1] LCO Card Property Feature Guide References None Pause Time Specifies the length of a pause.

  • Page 401: Lco Port [1-5] Port Command, Pri Port [1-6]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range 0.5 s, 1.5 s, 2.0 s, 4.0 s, 12.0 s Feature Guide References None 4.7.18 LCO Port [1-5] Port Command Commands for the LCO ports can be programmed. Puts the port in service. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable.

  • Page 402

    4.7 Configuration [1] Main Slot Indicates the slot position (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Port Type Selects the port type.

  • Page 403

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)—OVERVIEW 1.27.2.1 QSIG Network—OVERVIEW Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: • Click the desired cell in the column. •...

  • Page 404

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range Ignore: Ignore the Status Message from the network. Disconnect: Disconnect the call. Feature Guide References None Line Coding Selects the line coding type of the PRI PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) for the port. Default B8ZS Value Range B8ZS, AMI Feature Guide References...

  • Page 405

    4.7 Configuration [1] Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Port Type Selects the port type. Notes • Each ISDN connection in a QSIG network must have a master port on one PBX and a slave port on another PBX.

  • Page 406

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References 4.7.20 PRI Port [1-6] Port Command Feature Guide References None Subscriber Number Specifies the number used as the CLIP number. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 16 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 407

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] 4.8.5 Timers & Counters—CO / Extension [2-4-1]—Extension Inter Digit Timer 4.8.22 System Options—Option 2 [2-9-2]—ISDN En bloc Dial End Code "#" 4.12.9 Dialing Plan [6-7] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.1 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)—OVERVIEW Networking Data Transfer Enables transmission of extension status data to connected PBXs in a network.

  • Page 408

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Port Type Selects the port type. Notes • Each ISDN connection in a QSIG network must have a master port on one PBX and a slave port on another PBX.

  • Page 409: Network Configuration

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Ring Mode (ISDN MSN Last No. 0 or 00) Selects the ring mode when receiving an incoming call with an MSN ending with "0" or "00". Default Ring All Extension for MSN Value Range Ring All Extension for MSN: Ring all ISDN extensions that are addressed with MSN.

  • Page 410: Network Type

    4.7 Configuration [1] Notes • Each ISDN connection in a QSIG network must have a master port on one PBX and a slave port on another PBX. • ISDN extensions can belong to an incoming call distribution group or idle extension hunting group. In this case, an MSN can be assigned.

  • Page 411

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range 0–56 (2 UK (Domestic), 5 Netherlands, 6 SwissNET2, 7 SwissNET3, 8 Euro ISDN (Standard), 14 France (Domestic), 19 Finland, 20 Norway, 27 Australia, 51 US National ISDN 2) Feature Guide References None Network Numbering Plan Slot Indicates the slot position (reference only).

  • Page 412

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range CO: For connecting to public network Extension: For connecting to extension QSIG-Slave: For connecting to private network (slave port) QSIG-Master: For connecting to private network (master port) Feature Guide References None Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: •...

  • Page 413

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Public: Unknown Private: Private Value Range Unknown, ISDN-Telephony, National Standard, Private Feature Guide References None Calling Party number—Type of Number—Public, Private Selects the type of number that applies to outgoing CO line calls routed through a public and private network.

  • Page 414

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range Unknown, International, National, Network, Subscriber Feature Guide References None Supplementary Service Slot Indicates the slot position (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range...

  • Page 415: Pri Port [1-6] Port Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range CO: For connecting to public network Extension: For connecting to extension QSIG-Slave: For connecting to private network (slave port) QSIG-Master: For connecting to private network (master port) Feature Guide References None Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: •...

  • Page 416: T1 Port [1-7]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.19 PRI Port [1-6] Feature Guide References None Takes the port out of service. This enables a temporary non-use of the port, for example, for the purpose of repair.

  • Page 417

    4.7 Configuration [1] Indicates the channel number (reference only). Default Current channel number Value Range Channel number Feature Guide References None Connection Indicates the channel status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the channel command: •...

  • Page 418

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) CO Dial Mode Selects the type of signal used to dial out to a CO line. Default DTMF Value Range DTMF, Pulse Feature Guide References None Channel Type Selects the channel type.

  • Page 419

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None CPC Detection (DID)—Outgoing, Incoming (for DID channel) Specifies the length of time required by the PBX to detect a CPC signal on outgoing or incoming CO line calls before disconnecting the line. Default 160 ms Value Range None, 80 ×...

  • Page 420

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default 10 pulse/s Value Range 10 pulse/s, 20 pulse/s Feature Guide References None Wink Signal Time Out Specifies the length of time that the PBX waits before receiving a wink signal after seizing a CO line. Default 1024 ms Value Range 64 ×...

  • Page 421

    4.7 Configuration [1] Receiving Caller ID from TIE/DID Specifies whether Caller ID information is received when the channel type is TIE or DID. Default Value Range Yes, No Feature Guide References None Ring Back Tone to Network (for DID or TIE channel) Enables the PBX to send a ringback tone when the ringback tone cannot be received from the network.

  • Page 422: T1 Port [1-7] Channel Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Flash Time Specifies the length of a flash signal. Default 608 ms Value Range None, 16 × n (n=1–255) ms Feature Guide References None Disconnect Time Specifies the length of time after a CO line is disconnected, during which the PBX cannot seize the line. Default 1.5 s Value Range...

  • Page 423: Extension Port [1-8]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Takes the channel out of service. This enables a temporary non-use of the port, for example, for the purpose of repair. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.21 T1 Port [1-7] Feature Guide References None 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8]...

  • Page 424: Telephone Type

    4.7 Configuration [1] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 2.1.1 Extension Port Configuration Port Type Indicates the port type (reference only). Default Current port type Value Range DPT: DPT port (DLC) SLT: SLT port (SLC) S-Hybrid: Super Hybrid port (DHLC) S-Hybrid(SLT): XDP port of Super Hybrid port (DHLC) S-Hybrid(S-DPT): Digital XDP port of Super Hybrid port (DHLC) DPT(S-DPT): Digital XDP port of DPT port (DLC)

  • Page 425: Extension Number

    4.7 Configuration [1] Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command as follows: • Click the desired cell in the column. • Use the arrow keys to select the desired cell in the column, and then click Command. Default Current status Value Range...

  • Page 426

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None XDP Mode (for S-Hybrid port) Turns XDP mode on or off for the port. Default Value Range On: XDP enabled (The main telephone and sub telephone have different extension numbers.) Off: XDP disabled (The main telephone and sub telephone have same extension number [main telephone's extension number].

  • Page 427

    DSS: For connecting a DSS Console (A maximum of 8 DSS Consoles can be connected to the PBX.) VM (DPT): For connecting a Panasonic VPS through DPT Integration PC Console: For connecting a PC Console (A maximum of 8 PC Consoles can be connected to the PBX.) Programming Guide References 4.7.24 Extension Port [1-8] Port Command...

  • Page 428

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None DPT Property—VM Port No. (for DPT or S-Hybrid port) Specifies the VM port number for the port. Default Value Range 1–12 Feature Guide References None Headset OFF/ON (for DPT or S-Hybrid port) Turns on or off the use of headset with a DPT. Default Headset OFF Value Range...

  • Page 429: Extension Port [1-8] Port Command, Extension Port [1-8] Port Type View

    4.7 Configuration [1] 4.7.24 Extension Port [1-8] Port Command Commands for the extension ports can be programmed. Puts the port in service. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Takes the port out of service.

  • Page 430: Csi/f Port [1-9]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range DPT(T76xx) (KX-T7600 series DPTs), DPT(Other) (DPTs other than KX-T7600 series), APT, SLT, DSS Console, VM, Other, CS Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Total Count Indicates the connected number for each type of telephone and CS (reference only). The CS is counted on the basis of CSIF port in service.

  • Page 431: Csi/f Port [1-9] Port Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Status Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: • Click the desired cell in the column. •...

  • Page 432: Ip-gw Port [1-10]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Puts the Cell Station (CS) in service. Default Not applicable. Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.26 CSI/F Port [1-9] Feature Guide References None Takes the CS out of service. This enables a temporary non-use of the CS, for example, for the purpose of repair.

  • Page 433: Ip-gw Port [1-10] Port Command

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Feature Guide References None Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: •...

  • Page 434: Ip-extension Port [1-15]

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range Not applicable. Programming Guide References 4.7.28 IP-GW Port [1-10] Feature Guide References None Takes the port out of service. This enables a temporary non-use of the port, for example, for the purpose of repair. Default Not applicable.

  • Page 435

    4.7 Configuration [1] Select the IP-PT by clicking the Select cell and set it to ON. More than one IP-PT can be selected at a time (only unregistered IP-PTs with an extension number can be selected). Click Registration. A dialog box will appear when the registration starts to execute. Click Confirm.

  • Page 436

    4.7 Configuration [1] Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT)

  • Page 437

    4.7 Configuration [1] Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Connection Indicates the port status (reference only). This column offers two ways to open the screen to select the port command: • Click the desired cell in the column. •...

  • Page 438: Ringing Tone

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range ON, OFF Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) IP Address Indicates the IP address of the IP-PT (reference only). Default Current IP address Value Range 0.0.0.0–255.255.255.255 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT)

  • Page 439

    4.7 Configuration [1] Value Range A: 64 ms (697 Hz), 64 ms (852 Hz) B: 32 ms (697 Hz), 32 ms (852 Hz) C: 128 ms (697 Hz), 128 ms (852 Hz) D: 32 ms (697 Hz), 96 ms (852 Hz) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 440: System [2], Date & Time/daylight Saving—date & Time [2-1-1]

    4.8 System [2] System [2] 4.8.1 Date & Time/Daylight Saving—Date & Time [2-1-1] The date and time of the PBX can be programmed. The date and time will be shown on the display of the extensions (e.g., PT, PS). Date & Time—Year, Month, Date, Week, Hour, Second Indicates the current time and date.

  • Page 441

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 2.3.4 Automatic Time Adjustment Start Date—Year, Month, Day Specifies the Daylight Saving Time start date. Default Year: 2003 (For Daylight Saving Time number 1. The year advances by one for the subsequent Daylight Saving Times.) Month: 4 Day: Day of the first Sunday of the month Value Range...

  • Page 442: Pbx Operator [2-2]

    4.8 System [2] 4.8.3 PBX Operator [2-2] For each time mode (day/lunch/break/night), a number (extension number or floating extension number of incoming call distribution group) can be programmed to be designated as the PBX operator. Specifies the number (extension number or floating extension number of incoming call distribution group) to be designated as the PBX operator in the day mode.

  • Page 443: Bgm / Music On Hold [2-3]

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.8.8 Time Service—Week Table [2-5-1] 4.8.10 Numbering Plan—Extension [2-6-1] 4.9.6 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings [3-5-1] Feature Guide References 2.2.5 Operator Features Night Specifies the number (extension number or floating extension number of incoming call distribution group) to be designated as the PBX operator in the night mode.

  • Page 444: Timers & Counters—co / Extension [2-4-1]

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.12.4 Music on Hold Music on Hold Selects the audio source for Music on Hold. Default BGM 2 (Internal 1/2 or External 2) Value Range Tone, BGM 1 (External BGM Port 1), BGM 2 (Internal 1/2 or External 2) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 445

    4.8 System [2] Default 40 s Value Range 1–240 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.1.5 Intercept Routing Hold Recall Timer Specifies the length of time until the holding extension receives a Hold Recall ring when a held call remains unretrieved.

  • Page 446

    4.8 System [2] Call Park Recall Timer Specifies the length of time a parked call waits to be retrieved, before the Transfer Recall destination assigned to the parking extension hears a Call Park Recall ring. Default 60 s Value Range 1–240 s Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]...

  • Page 447

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.6.1.6 Hot Line Extension First Digit Timer Specifies the length of time within which the first digit of a feature number (e.g., extension number) must be dialed before reorder tone is heard. Default 10 s Value Range 0–15 s Programming Guide References...

  • Page 448

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References None Analog CO Inter Digit Timer to Mute Caller's Voice during Dialing Specifies the length of time within which subsequent digits of a telephone number must be sent to an analog CO line before the PBX recognizes end of dialing and cancels muting caller's voice sent to the analog CO line.

  • Page 449

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.25.1 Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) Automatic Redial : Repeat Counter Specifies the number of times automatic redialing is attempted before being canceled. Default Value Range 0–15 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial Automatic Redial : Waiting Time before the Called Party Answers Specifies the length of time the PBX waits for the called party to answer before canceling automatic...

  • Page 450: Timers & Counters—disa/dph/conf/t. Reminder [2-4-2]

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial On hook Waiting Time for call from VM to CO Specifies the length of time from when the VPS seizes a CO line (for example, to transfer a call) until the VPS goes on hook.

  • Page 451

    4.8 System [2] Default 1.8 s Value Range 0.0–12.0 s Programming Guide References 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2] Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) DISA First Digit Timer for Routing to Operator when No Dial Specifies the length of time after the OGM in which the caller must begin dialing before the call is redirected to the operator.

  • Page 452

    4.8 System [2] DISA Intercept Timer (Day/Lunch/Break/Night) Specifies the length of time until a DISA call is intercepted and redirected to the intercept routing destination after the original destination receives the call in each time mode. Default 40 s Value Range 0–60 s Programming Guide References 4.9.1 Trunk Group—TRG Settings [3-1-1]—Intercept—Intercept Destination—Day,Lunch, Break, Night...

  • Page 453: Disa Co-to-co Line Call Prolong Time

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2] Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) DISA CO-to-CO Line Call Prolong Time Specifies the length of time a CO-to-CO line call on the DISA line can be prolonged each time the caller prolongs the call.

  • Page 454

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2] Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Doorphone Call Duration Time Specifies the length of time until the ringing stops and the call is canceled when there is no answer. Default 30 s Value Range...

  • Page 455

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.11.1 Doorphone [5-1] Feature Guide References 1.15.2 Door Open Timed Reminder : Repeat Counter Specifies the number of times the alarm is repeated. Default Value Range 1–15 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.25.4 Timed Reminder Timed Reminder : Interval Time Specifies the length of time between the repeated alarms.

  • Page 456

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.25.4 Timed Reminder Unattended Conference : Recall Start Time Specifies the length of time until the conference originator receives an Unattended Conference Recall tone. Default 10 min Value Range 0–60 min Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 457: Timers & Counters—miscellaneous [2-4-3]

    4.8 System [2] Default 15 s Value Range 0–240 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.13.1.2 Conference 4.8.7 Timers & Counters—Miscellaneous [2-4-3] Various system timers and counters can be programmed. Busy Tone / DND Tone Continuation Time Specifies the length of time a busy/DND tone is heard when a call is made to an extension in busy status or DND mode.

  • Page 458

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.5.2 Automatic Extension Release Reorder Tone Continuation Time for PT Hands Free Mode Specifies the length of time a reorder tone is heard from the built-in speaker of a PT in hands-free mode. The PT will return to idle status when this timer expires. This setting is applied to a PS as well as a PT. Default Value Range 1–15 s...

  • Page 459

    4.8 System [2] DTMF Inter Digit Pause while talking Specifies the length of time between DTMF signals when numbers are dialed in succession from a PT or PS during a conversation. Default 112 ms Value Range 64 + 16 × n (n=0–15) ms Feature Guide References None Pause Time while talking...

  • Page 460

    4.8 System [2] DID Receiving Dial Inter Digit Timer Specifies the length of time between digits when receiving a DID number from a public network. The call will be redirected to a PBX operator when this timer expires. Default 10 s Value Range 0–30 s Programming Guide References...

  • Page 461: Time Service—week Table [2-5-1]

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.3.3 Call Waiting External Sensor Ringing Continuous Timer Specifies the length of time that the PBX waits for the called party to answer before cancelling a sensor call. Default 30 s Value Range 10 ×...

  • Page 462

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Day 1 Start—Hour Specifies the hour of the Day 1 start time. Default Value Range 0–23 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 463

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Lunch Start—Hour Specifies the hour of the Lunch start time. Default Value Range 0–23 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2]...

  • Page 464

    4.8 System [2] Default Disable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Day 2 Start—Hour Specifies the hour of the Day 2 start time. Default Value Range 0–23...

  • Page 465

    4.8 System [2] Night Start—Setting Enables the setting of the Night start time. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Night Start—Hour Specifies the hour of the Night start time.

  • Page 466

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Break Break start and end times can be programmed for each day of the week for Time Tables that contain breaks. Break 1, 2, 3 Start—Setting Enables the setting of each break mode start time. Default Disable Value Range...

  • Page 467

    4.8 System [2] Value Range 0–59 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Break 1, 2, 3 End (Day Mode)—Setting Enables the setting of each break mode end time (back to day mode). Default Disable Value Range...

  • Page 468: Time Service—holiday Table [2-5-2]

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range 0–59 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service 4.8.9 Time Service—Holiday Table [2-5-2] A specific time mode (day, night, lunch, or break) can be selected for operation during holidays. Select the desired time mode from the Holiday Mode list.

  • Page 469

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Start Date—Day Specifies the day of the holiday start date. Default Value Range 1–31 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service End Date—Month Specifies the month of the holiday end date. Default Value Range 1–12...

  • Page 470: Numbering Plan—extension [2-6-1]

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service 4.8.10 Numbering Plan—Extension [2-6-1] The leading numbers and the number of additional digits of the extension numbers for a maximum of 32 different extension numbering schemes can be programmed. Leading Number Specifies the leading number of the extension numbers and floating extension numbers.

  • Page 471: Numbering Plan—feature [2-6-2], Operator Call, Idle Line Access (local Access)

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering 4.8.11 Numbering Plan—Feature [2-6-2] Feature numbers to access various PBX features can be programmed. The following features are available while hearing a dial tone. Operator Call Specifies the feature number used for calling the operator.

  • Page 472

    4.8 System [2] Trunk Group Access Specifies the feature number used for making a CO line call using an idle CO line from a certain CO line group. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.16.1 CO Line Setting [10-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 473

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering System Speed Dialing / Personal Speed Dialing Specifies the feature number used for making a call using System/Personal Speed Dialing number. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.10.4 Wired Extension—Speed Dial [4-1-3] 4.12.1 Speed Dialing &...

  • Page 474: Group Paging

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.11.1 Doorphone [5-1] Feature Guide References 1.15.1 Doorphone Call 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Group Paging Specifies the feature number used for paging a certain paging group. Default Value Range Max.

  • Page 475

    4.8 System [2] OGM Record / Clear / Playback Specifies the feature number, available for manager extensions, used for recording, clearing, or playing back a certain OGM. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2] 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]—Options—Manager Feature Guide References...

  • Page 476: Group Call Pickup, Directed Call Pickup

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.10.9 Paralleled Telephone 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Group Call Pickup Specifies the feature number used for answering a call ringing in a certain call pickup group. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.9.4 Call Pickup Group [3-3] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 477

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.11.2 External Pager [5-2] Feature Guide References 1.15.3 Trunk Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Group Paging Answer Specifies the feature number used for answering a page to a paging group. Default Value Range Max.

  • Page 478

    4.8 System [2] User Remote Operation / Walking COS / Verified Code Specifies the feature number used for changing the COS of an extension temporarily, and also changing the feature settings (for example, FWD, DND etc.) of an extension from another extension or through DISA. Default Value Range Max.

  • Page 479

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.5.4.3 Account Code Entry 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Call Hold / Call Hold Retrieve Specifies the feature number used for holding a call or retrieving a call on hold from the holding extension. Default Value Range Max.

  • Page 480

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.12.2 Call Park 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Hold Retrieve : Specified with a Held CO Line Number Specifies the feature number used for retrieving a held CO line call from a different extension by specifying a held CO line number.

  • Page 481

    4.8 System [2] External Relay Access Specifies the feature number used for activating a relay. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.11.5 External Relay [5-4] Feature Guide References 1.15.8 External Relay Control External Feature Access Specifies the feature number used for accessing features of a host PBX or the telephone company.

  • Page 482

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.27.2.2 Calling/Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP/COLP) and Calling/Connected Name Identification Presentation (CNIP/CONP)—by QSIG 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering CLIR Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling the CLIR, which suppresses the presentation of the caller's number to the called party.

  • Page 483

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.17.1 Message Waiting 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering FWD/DND Set / Cancel: Call from CO & Extension Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling FWD/DND for incoming CO line and intercom calls.

  • Page 484

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering FWD/DND Set / Cancel: Call from Extension Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling FWD/DND for incoming intercom calls. Default *712 Value Range Max.

  • Page 485

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.9.6 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings [3-5-1] Feature Guide References 1.3.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Group FWD Set / Cancel: Call from CO Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling FWD for incoming CO line calls to an incoming call distribution group.

  • Page 486

    4.8 System [2] Call Pickup Deny Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling Call Pickup Deny (i.e., preventing or allowing the other extensions to pick up calls to your extension). Default *720 Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 487

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.25.3 Walking Extension 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Data Line Security Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling the Data Line Security (i.e., preventing or allowing signals from other extensions during data transmission). Default *730 Value Range...

  • Page 488

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.3.3 Call Waiting 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Executive Override Deny Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling Executive Busy Override (i.e., preventing or allowing the other extensions to join your conversation).

  • Page 489: Incoming Call Queue Monitor

    4.8 System [2] Log-in / Log-out Specifies the feature number used for joining or leaving the incoming call distribution group. Default *736 Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.9.6 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings [3-5-1] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.6 Log-in/Log-out 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering...

  • Page 490

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.6.1.6 Hot Line 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Absent Message Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling the presentation of an Absent Message. Default *750 Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 491

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.25.4 Timed Reminder Timed Reminder Set / Cancel Specifies the feature number used for setting or canceling a Timed Reminder. Default *760 Value Range...

  • Page 492

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.8.2 Extension Lock 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Time Service (Day / Lunch / Break / Night) Switch Specifies the feature number, available for manager extensions, used for changing the time mode manually. Default *780 Value Range...

  • Page 493

    4.8 System [2] Remote Extension Lock On Specifies the feature number, available for manager extensions, used for locking other extensions. Default *783 Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]—Options—Manager Feature Guide References 1.8.2 Extension Lock 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering...

  • Page 494: Numbering Plan—other Pbx Extension [2-6-3]

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.25.1 Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Dial Information (CTI) Specifies the feature number used for sending dial information to the CTI instead of the PBX. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 495: Numbering Plan—quick Dialing [2-6-4]

    4.8 System [2] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 3 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.15.1 TIE Table [9-1]—Leading Number Feature Guide References 1.27.1.3 Extension Number Method (Access without PBX Code) 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering 4.8.13 Numbering Plan—Quick Dialing [2-6-4] Quick Dialing numbers are used to call extensions or outside parties, or access certain features without having to dial their full numbers, if they are properly programmed.

  • Page 496: Numbering Plan—b/na Dnd Call Feature [2-6-5]

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.5 Quick Dialing 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering 4.8.14 Numbering Plan—B/NA DND Call Feature [2-6-5] Feature numbers used to access various PBX features can be programmed. The following features are available while hearing a busy, DND, or ringback tone. Each feature must have a unique feature number. BSS / OHCA / Whisper OHCA / DND Override Specifies the feature number used for notifying a busy extension of a second call by Call Waiting, or calling an extension in DND mode.

  • Page 497

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.7.2 Executive Busy Override 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Alternate Calling - Ring / Voice Specifies the feature number for allowing a caller to change the called extension's preset call receiving method to ring tone or voice. Default Value Range 1 digit (0–9, *, or #)

  • Page 498

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]—Main—Call Monitor 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Option 3—Executive Override Deny 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Option 3—Executive Override Deny Feature Guide References 1.7.3 Call Monitor 2.3.5 Flexible Numbering/Fixed Numbering Automatic Callback Busy Specifies the feature number used to reserve a busy line and receive callback ringing when the line becomes idle.

  • Page 499: Class Of Service—cos Settings [2-7-1]

    4.8 System [2] 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] Each extension, doorphone port, incoming call distribution group, and CO line group belongs to a certain COS. Certain features can be programmed to behave differently depending on the COS. A maximum of 64 COS can be programmed.

  • Page 500

    4.8 System [2] TRS Level on Extension Lock Specifies the TRS level for making CO line calls when an extension is locked. Default Value Range 1: Allows all CO line calls 2–6: Restricts CO line calls according to the combination of the Denied and Exception Code Tables 7: Restricts all CO line calls Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS...

  • Page 501

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.8.22 System Options—Option 2 [2-9-2]—Extension - CO Call Limitation 4.9.1 Trunk Group—TRG Settings [3-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS Feature Guide References 1.10.8 CO Line Call Limitation Transfer to CO Enables the transferring of a call to a CO line.

  • Page 502

    4.8 System [2] Main The use of features related to extension operations can be programmed for each COS. COS Name Specifies the name of the COS. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Account Code Mode Specifies whether the entry of an account code is optional or mandatory when making a CO line call.

  • Page 503: Dnd Override

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.23.1 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Executive Busy Override Enables the authorization for interrupting an existing call to establish a three-party conference call. Default Disable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS Feature Guide References 1.7.2 Executive Busy Override...

  • Page 504: Door Unlock

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS Feature Guide References 1.7.4 Second Call Notification to Busy Extension Door Unlock Enables the authorization to open the door. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable...

  • Page 505

    4.8 System [2] Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.5 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS 4.10.12 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] 4.10.16 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Feature Guide References 1.4.1.3 Call Pickup Options The use of features related to extension settings can be programmed for each COS.

  • Page 506

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 2.2.4 Time Service Executive Busy Override Deny Enables the authorization to prevent other extensions from interrupting calls. Default Disable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS Feature Guide References 2.2.1 Class of Service (COS) Group Forward Set...

  • Page 507

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS Feature Guide References 1.8.4 Walking COS 1.25.5 Remote Extension Control by User Accept the Call from DISA Enables the authorization to receive calls from DISA. Default Enable Value Range...

  • Page 508

    4.8 System [2] Programming Mode Level Specifies the level of authorization for performing PT programming. Default PROG Only Value Range Disable: A PT user cannot perform any programming. PROG Only: A PT user can perform only personal programming. PROG and PROG **/*#: A PT user can perform personal and system programming. Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS...

  • Page 509: Class Of Service—external Call Block [2-7-2], Class Of Service—internal Call Block [2-7-3]

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.15.8 External Relay Control 4.8.16 Class of Service—External Call Block [2-7-2] Each COS can have different CO line groups available for making CO line calls, depending on the time mode (day/lunch/break/night). Select the desired time mode from the list. Outgoing Trunk Group 1–64 Specifies the available CO line groups.

  • Page 510

    4.8 System [2] 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—COS 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—COS 4.11.1 Doorphone [5-1]—COS Feature Guide References 1.1.2.2 Internal Call Block 4.8.18 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from CO [2-8-1] Different ring tone patterns can be selected for incoming CO line calls depending on the CO line groups the calls come through.

  • Page 511: Ring Tone Patterns—call From Others [2-8-3]

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—Ring Pattern Table 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—Ring Pattern Table 4.11.1 Doorphone [5-1] Feature Guide References 1.1.3.2 Ring Tone Pattern Selection 4.8.20 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Others [2-8-3] Different ring tone patterns can be selected for incoming intercom calls and ringing triggered by certain PBX features (Timed Reminder, Call Back, and Live Call Screening).

  • Page 512

    4.8 System [2] Call Back—Ring Tone Pattern Table 1–8 Specifies the ring tone pattern for callback ringing by Automatic Callback Busy. Default S-Double Value Range Single, Double, Triple, S-Double Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Main—Ring Pattern Table 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Main—Ring Pattern Table Feature Guide References 1.1.3.2 Ring Tone Pattern Selection Live Call Screening—Ring Tone Pattern Table 1–8...

  • Page 513: System Options—option 1 [2-9-1]

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.15.7 External Sensor 4.8.21 System Options—Option 1 [2-9-1] Various system settings can be programmed. Time Display (12H/24H) Selects the time format shown on the displays of extensions. The time display format assigned here applies when setting time for the Timed Reminder.

  • Page 514

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References None LED Indication - FWD Selects the light pattern of the FWD/DND button while the FWD feature is activated. Default Flash Value Range On (Solid): Red on Flash: Slow red flashing Programming Guide References 4.10.3 Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2] 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 515

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable: The PT user's voice is sent through the handsfree microphone. The other party's voice is heard through the hands-free speaker. Enable: The PT user's voice is sent through the handset microphone. The other party's voice is heard through both the hands-free speaker and handset.

  • Page 516

    4.8 System [2] Default Normal Value Range Normal, High Speed Feature Guide References None PT Ring Off Setting Enables the ring off setting for PT. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Feature Guide References None FWD/DND press mode on the idle status Selects the function of the FWD/DND button (fixed button) when it is pressed in idle status.

  • Page 517: System Options—option 2 [2-9-2]

    4.8 System [2] Default System Feature Access Menu 1: Call Back Cancel System Feature Access Menu 2: Call Pickup Direct System Feature Access Menu 3: Call Pickup Group System Feature Access Menu 4: Doorphone Call System Feature Access Menu 5: Door Open System Feature Access Menu 6: External BGM System Feature Access Menu 7: Paging System Feature Access Menu 8: None...

  • Page 518

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disconnect, Hold Programming Guide References 4.10.5 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] 4.10.12 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Feature Guide References 1.12.1 Call Hold Call Hold Mode Selects which extension can retrieve a held call or a call that is transferred by Call Transfer without Announcement feature.

  • Page 519

    4.8 System [2] Default Value Range 1–12 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.17.1 Message Waiting System CODEC Selects the CODEC type for DPT and PS. Default Mu-Law Value Range A-Law, Mu-Law Feature Guide References None Network CODEC Selects the CODEC type for the ISDN or T1 line. Default Mu-Law Value Range...

  • Page 520

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.25.2 Extension Feature Clear Extension Clear : FWD/DND Specifies whether the FWD/DND setting is cleared when the Extension Feature Clear feature is performed. Default Clear Value Range No Clear, Clear Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 521

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References 4.8.5 Timers & Counters—CO / Extension [2-4-1]—Automatic Redial : Waiting Time before the Called Party Answers Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial Extension - CO Call Limitation Selects whether the time limit for extension-to-CO line calls applies to outgoing calls only or for both outgoing and incoming calls.

  • Page 522

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Ring, No Ring Feature Guide References None ISDN En bloc Dial End Code "#" Specifies whether to use "#" as an end code while dialing to the ISDN line; if used as the end code, "#" will not be sent to the ISDN line.

  • Page 523: System Options—option 3 [2-9-3]

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.7.4.4 Whisper OHCA 4.8.23 System Options—Option 3 [2-9-3] Various system settings can be programmed. Confirmation Tone 1 : Press Doorphone Button / Receive Voice Call Enables the PBX to send Confirmation Tone 1. Confirmation Tone 1 is heard from a doorphone when the doorphone button is pressed, or from a PT when it receives a call in voice-calling mode.

  • Page 524

    4.8 System [2] Confirmation Tone 3-1 : Start Talking after Making Call Enables the PBX to send Confirmation Tone 3-1. Confirmation Tone 3-1 is heard from an extension when, for example, it pages another extension. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 525

    4.8 System [2] Feature Guide References 1.26.2 Confirmation Tone Confirmation Tone 4-2 : Finish Conference Enables the PBX to send Confirmation Tone 4-2. Confirmation Tone 4-2 is heard from an extension when a party leaves a conference call. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References...

  • Page 526

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.26.1 Dial Tone Dial Tone Type for Extension Selects the dial tone the PBX sends to the extensions to inform of the features activated on them. Default Type A Value Range Type A, Type B Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 527

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable, Enable Feature Guide References None Echo Cancel Control for CO to CO Enables the use of the ECHO card (mounted on the OPB3 card) for CO-to-CO line calls. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Feature Guide References None Echo Cancel Control for Extension to Digital Line...

  • Page 528: System Options—option 4 [2-9-4]

    4.8 System [2] Default None Value Range None, 1–64 Programming Guide References 4.11.4 DISA—Message Setting [5-3-2] Feature Guide References 1.25.4 Timed Reminder Transfer to busy extension without BSS operation Enables a transferred call to queue when the transfer destination is busy. Default Disable Value Range...

  • Page 529

    4.8 System [2] Default Current slot number-Master CS port number Value Range Not applicable. Feature Guide References None Radio System ID Indicates the radio system ID used to register a PS (reference only). Default Radio system ID Value Range Not applicable. Feature Guide References None Call Log by Redial Button...

  • Page 530

    4.8 System [2] Value Range Disable: The DSS button will light up when a call arrives, but pressing it will not pick up the call. Enable: The DSS button will flash when a call arrives, and pressing it will pick up the call. Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 531

    4.8 System [2] Minimum Digits for Caller ID from Public Network through Private Network Specifies the minimum length of Caller ID required for a call from a private network to be considered as a call from a public network. Default Value Range 0–15 Programming Guide References...

  • Page 532: Cti [2-10]

    4.8 System [2] 4.8.25 CTI [2-10] Various CTI settings can be programmed. System status retry interval timer—For 3rd Party Specifies the length of time between alive checks for Third Party Call Control CTI. Default 60 s Value Range 0–60 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 533

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.29.1 Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) System status retry counter—For 1st Party Specifies the number of times the alive check is repeated for First Party Call Control CTI. Default Value Range 0–10 Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 534

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.29.1 Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) CDR retry counter—For 3rd Party Specifies the number of times the alive check of CDR is repeated for Third Party Call Control CTI. When the programmed number of retry times is exhausted, the association is released automatically. Default Value Range 0–10...

  • Page 535

    4.8 System [2] Default 3 dB Value Range -15–15 dB Programming Guide References 4.9.5 Paging Group [3-4] Feature Guide References 1.14.1 Paging EPG2 (External Pager 2) Specifies the paging volume on the External Pager port 2. Default 3 dB Value Range -15–15 dB Programming Guide References 4.9.5 Paging Group [3-4]...

  • Page 536: Extension Caller Id [2-12]

    4.8 System [2] Default 0 dB Value Range -11–11 dB Programming Guide References 4.8.4 BGM / Music on Hold [2-3] Feature Guide References 1.15.4 Background Music (BGM) Paging Level from PT Speaker Specifies the paging volume from PTs. Default 0 dB Value Range -15dB, -12dB, -9dB, -6dB, -3dB, 0dB, 3dB, 6dB Programming Guide References...

  • Page 537

    4.8 System [2] Channel Seizure Signal Bits Specifies the number of seizure bits to send when sending Caller ID information to an SLT. Default 300 bits Value Range 10 × n (n=3–40) bits Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.16.1 Caller ID Mark Signal Bits Specifies the number of mark bits to send when sending Caller ID information to an SLT.

  • Page 538

    4.8 System [2] Caller ID Signal Type Specifies the signal type of modulation to be used when sending Caller ID information to an SLT. Default Value Range Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.16.1 Caller ID Additional Local Trunk Access Code to Extension Caller ID Enables the PBX to automatically add a Trunk Access number to the received telephone number when sending a Caller ID number of an incoming CO line call to an SLT.

  • Page 539: Ip Extension Settings [2-13]

    4.8 System [2] Send Name to Extension Caller ID Enables the PBX to send caller's name of an incoming call when sending Caller ID information to an SLT. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.16.1 Caller ID Send Long Distance to Extension Caller ID Enables the PBX to send a call qualifier (Long Distance) when it is received from a CO line when sending...

  • Page 540

    4.8 System [2] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.28.1 IP Proprietary Telephone (IP-PT) Voice(RTP) Port No. (IP-EXT Card) Specifies the UDP port used by the IP-EXT card to transmit and receive RTP (Realtime Transfer Protocol) data. This must be changed if another network application is using the same port. For voice communications, an IP-EXT card uses 64 contiguous UDP ports, starting from the port number specified here.

  • Page 541: Groups [3], Trunk Group—trg Settings [3-1-1]

    4.9 Groups [3] Groups [3] 4.9.1 Trunk Group—TRG Settings [3-1-1] CO lines are grouped into CO line groups. The settings of the COline groups determine the settings of their CO lines. A maximum of 64 CO linegroups can be programmed. Main Group Name Specifies the name of the CO line group for programming reference.As for the available characters, refer to...

  • Page 542

    4.9 Groups [3] Line Hunting Order Specifies the CO line hunting sequence for the CO line group. Thehunting sequence can be programmed to start from the lowest or highest numberedCO lines, or to rotate uniformly among all CO lines. Default High ->...

  • Page 543

    4.9 Groups [3] 4.16.1 CO Line Setting [10-1] Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) 2.2.2 Group DISA Tone Detection—Cyclic Enables the disconnection of a DISA-originated CO-to-CO line callby cyclic signal detection. Default Enable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References 4.11.3 DISA—System Setting [5-3-1] 4.16.1 CO Line Setting [10-1]...

  • Page 544

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range None, 1–60 min Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] 4.8.22 System Options—Option 2 [2-9-2] 4.16.1 CO Line Setting [10-1] Feature Guide References 1.10.8 CO Line Call Limitation 2.2.2 Group Caller ID Modify Table Specifies the table to be used for modifying the caller information(telephone number).

  • Page 545

    4.9 Groups [3] Intercept Group Name Specifies the name of the CO line group for programming reference.As for the available characters, refer to the character code table describedin section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 546

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References 4.16.1 CO Line Setting [10-1] Feature Guide References 2.2.2 Group Host PBX Access Code1–10 Specifies the feature number used to access a CO line from the hostPBX. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 547

    4.9 Groups [3] 4.9.3 Extension Group [3-2] Extensions can be assigned to a tenant according to their extension group. An extension group can belong to only one tenant. However, one extension group can belong to several call pickup groups and several paging groups.

  • Page 548: Call Pickup Group [3-3]

    4.9 Groups [3] 4.9.4 Call Pickup Group [3-3] Extensions can be assigned to a call pickup group according to their extension group. One extension group can belong to multiple call pickup groups. A maximum of 64 call pickup groups can be programmed. Extension Group 1-16 Call Pickup Group Name Specifies the name of the call pickup group.

  • Page 549: Paging Group [3-4]

    4.9 Groups [3] Extension Group 17-32 Call Pickup Group Name Specifies the name of the call pickup group. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References 1.4.1.3 Call Pickup 2.2.2 Group Extension Group 17–32...

  • Page 550

    4.9 Groups [3] Extension Group 1-16 Paging Group Name Specifies the name of the paging group. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References 1.14.1 Paging 2.2.2 Group Extension Group 1–16...

  • Page 551

    4.9 Groups [3] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References 1.14.1 Paging 2.2.2 Group Extension Group 17–32 Specifies whether the extension group belongs to the corresponding paging group. Default Extension Group 17–32: ON for the same-numbered paging group and group 32;...

  • Page 552: Incoming Call Distribution Group—group Settings [3-5-1]

    4.9 Groups [3] 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References 1.14.1 Paging 2.2.2 Group External Pager 1–2 Specifies whether the external pager belongs to the corresponding paging group. Default External Pager 1: ON for all paging groups External Pager 2: ON for all paging groups Value Range ON, OFF Programming Guide References...

  • Page 553

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Group Name Specifies the name of the incoming call distribution group. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored.

  • Page 554

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.2 Group Call Distribution FWD Mode Specifies whether the extension rings in FWD mode when a call comes in to the incoming call distribution group. Default Ring Value Range No Ring, Ring Programming Guide References 4.10.3 Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2] 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 555

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range 1–8 Programming Guide References 4.8.4 BGM / Music on Hold [2-3] 4.8.8 Time Service—Week Table [2-5-1] 4.12.8 Tenant [6-6]—Music on Hold Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Specifies the COS of the incoming call distribution group. Depending on the COS, calls from certain extensions are restricted as determined by the Internal Call Block feature.

  • Page 556

    4.9 Groups [3] Overflow Queuing Busy Floating Extension Number Specifies the floating extension number of the incoming call distribution group. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Group Name Specifies the name of the incoming call distribution group.

  • Page 557

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.5 Overflow Feature Queuing Busy—Queuing Call Capacity Specifies the number of calls that can wait in a queue. Default Value Range None, 1–30 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.3 Queuing Feature Overflow No Answer Floating Extension Number Specifies the floating extension number of the incoming call distribution group.

  • Page 558

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Time out & Manual Queue Redirection—Destination—Day, Lunch, Break, Night Specifies the overflow destination of queued calls when they are not answered or are redirected by Manual Queue Redirection in each time mode.

  • Page 559

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range None, 1–30 Programming Guide References 4.10.5 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] 4.10.12 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.3 Queuing Feature Queuing Time Table Floating Extension Number Specifies the floating extension number of the incoming call distribution group. Default Not stored.

  • Page 560

    4.9 Groups [3] Default None Value Range None, Table 1–Table 64 Programming Guide References 4.8.8 Time Service—Week Table [2-5-1] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.3 Queuing Feature Queuing Time Table When Extension Ringing Enables the PBX to play messages/BGM to the caller according to the Queuing Time Table, when the call arrives at an extension without being queued or after being queued.

  • Page 561: Automatic Log-out

    4.9 Groups [3] Group Name Specifies the name of the incoming call distribution group. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 562

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.2.2.6 Log-in/Log-out Maximum No. of Busy Extensions Specifies the number of extensions that can accept calls at one time simultaneously in the incoming call distribution group. Default Max. Value Range Max: Call arrives at an idle extension. 1–32 : Call will not arrive at an idle extension when the number of busy extensions exceeds the assigned number.

  • Page 563

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.4 VIP Call Supervisor Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the incoming call distribution group's supervisor. The supervisor can monitor and control the status of each member of the group using a 6-line display PT. The supervisor extension need not belong to the group.

  • Page 564

    4.9 Groups [3] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Group Name Specifies the name of the incoming call distribution group. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console.

  • Page 565

    4.9 Groups [3] Group FWD for Call from CO—Setting Sets or cancels the FWD feature for incoming CO line calls directed to the incoming call distribution group. Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.1 Incoming Call Distribution (ICD) Group Features—OVERVIEW Group FWD for Call from CO—Destination Specifies the forward destination of incoming CO line calls directed to the incoming call distribution group.

  • Page 566: Incoming Call Distribution Group—member [3-5-2]

    4.9 Groups [3] Group FWD for Call from Extension—Destination Specifies the forward destination of incoming intercom calls directed to the incoming call distribution group. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 567

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range Immediate, 1–6 Rings, No Ring Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.2 Group Call Distribution Wrap-up Time Specifies the length of time that must pass after completing a call before the member can accept another call.

  • Page 568: Extension Hunting Group [3-6]

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.2.2.3 Queuing Feature 4.9.9 Extension Hunting Group [3-6] If an extension within an idle extension hunting group is called when it is busy or in DND mode, the call can be redirected to another extension in the same hunting group, according to a preprogrammed hunting type.

  • Page 569: Vm(dpt) Group—system Setting [3-7-1]

    1.2.1 Idle Extension Hunting 4.9.10 VM(DPT) Group—System Setting [3-7-1] A Panasonic Voice Processing System (VPS) with DPT Integration can be connected to DPT ports of the PBX. The DPT ports that are connected to the VPS are called a VM (DPT) Group.

  • Page 570

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References 1.21.1 Voice Mail (VM) Group Intercept to Mailbox Enables the PBX to send the mailbox number of the called extension to the VPS when a CO line call is redirected to the VM (DPT) group by Intercept Routing.

  • Page 571: Vm(dpt) Group—unit Setting [3-7-2]

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.21.1 Voice Mail (VM) Group 1.21.2 Voice Mail DPT (Digital) Integration 4.9.11 VM(DPT) Group—Unit Setting [3-7-2] A VM (DPT) group has a floating extension number, which can be assigned as the destination for redirected calls and incoming calls.

  • Page 572

    4.9.12 VM(DTMF) Group—System Setting [3-8-1] A Panasonic Voice Processing System (VPS) with DTMF Integration can be connected to SLT ports of the PBX. The SLT ports that are connected to the VPS are called a VM (DTMF) Group. A maximum of 2 VM (DTMF) Groups can be programmed.

  • Page 573

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.21.1 Voice Mail (VM) Group 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration VM DTMF Status Signal—DND tone Specifies the DTMF status signal the PBX sends to the VPS when the called extension is in DND mode. Default Value Range Max.

  • Page 574

    4.9 Groups [3] VM DTMF Status Signal—Confirm Specifies the DTMF status signal the PBX sends to the VPS when a certain feature (e.g., Message Waiting) has been successfully set or canceled on an extension. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 575

    4.9 Groups [3] Feature Guide References 1.21.1 Voice Mail (VM) Group 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration VM DTMF Status Signal—FWD to VM Busy Tone Specifies the DTMF status signal the PBX sends to the VPS when the call has been forwarded to the VPS and all ports of the VPS are busy.

  • Page 576

    4.9 Groups [3] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, and H [H=mailbox number]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration VM DTMF Command—Listening Message Specifies the DTMF command the PBX sends to the VPS when an extension user answers a message waiting notification from the VPS, so that the extension user can retrieve a new message in a certain mailbox without having to dial the mailbox number manually.

  • Page 577

    4.9 Groups [3] Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, and H [H=mailbox number]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration Timing—DTMF Length for VM Specifies the length of the DTMF signal the PBX sends to the VPS. Default 80 ms Value Range...

  • Page 578

    4.9 Groups [3] Default 1.5 s Value Range 0.5 s, 1.0 s, 1.5 s, 2.0 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration Timing—Waiting Time before Sending VM DTMF Status Signal Specifies the length of time the PBX waits before sending the DTMF status signal to the VPS after the VPS has finished dialing.

  • Page 579

    4.9 Groups [3] Others—FWD to the VPS Sequence Specifies which DTMF commands the VPS receives from the PBX when a call is forwarded to the VPS, so that the VPS can answer the call either with a mailbox or in the AA service mode. It is also possible to send no DTMF signal to the VPS.

  • Page 580

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References 4.9.6 Incoming Call Distribution Group—Group Settings [3-5-1]—Miscellaneous—Programmed Mailbox 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Option 1—Programmed Mailbox No. 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1]—Option 1—Programmed Mailbox No. Feature Guide References 1.21.3 Voice Mail DTMF Integration Others—Message Waiting Lamp Control Specifies whether the PBX or VPS cancels the Message Waiting feature (e.g., turning off the MESSAGE button light) when an extension user answers the message waiting notification from the VPS.

  • Page 581

    4.9 Groups [3] Group Name Specifies the name of the VM (DTMF) group, which will be shown on the display of the extension that has called the VM (DTMF) group. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console.

  • Page 582: Ps Ring Group [3-9]

    4.9 Groups [3] Programming Guide References 4.7.24 Extension Port [1-8] Port Command Feature Guide References 1.21.1 Voice Mail (VM) Group 4.9.14 PS Ring Group [3-9] PS ring group is a group of PS extensions that receives incoming calls. Each group has a floating extension number and name.

  • Page 583

    4.9 Groups [3] Incoming Trunk Call Information Display Specifies the information of the incoming CO line call to be shown on the displays of the PSs that belong to the PS ring group. If the caller's name or called party's name is not recognized, the telephone number will be shown.

  • Page 584: Extension [4], Wired Extension—extension Settings [4-1-1]

    4.10 Extension [4] 4.10 Extension [4] 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] For each slot in which an extension card is installed, a certain number of extension ports are displayed. For each extension port, various extension settings can be assigned. It is possible to assign a set of CLIP numbers automatically. Click CLIP Generate. Main Slot Indicates the slot position of each extension card (reference only).

  • Page 585

    4.10 Extension [4] Type the new extension number, then click Apply. Set the status of the extension port to "OUS", then "INS". When changing the extension number, make sure that the extension port is not in use. If the extension number is changed while the port is in use, the new extension number will not come into effect.

  • Page 586

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 2.1.1 Extension Port Configuration Telephone Type Indicates the type of telephone connected to the extension port (reference only). Default Current connected telephone type Value Range DPT(T76xx): KX-T7600 series DPT is connected. DPT(Other): DPT other than KX-T7600 series is connected.

  • Page 587

    4.10 Extension [4] SLT MW Mode Enables the use of the Message Waiting Lamp on an SLT extension connected to the extension port. Default Disable Value Range Disable, MW-Lamp Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.17.1 Message Waiting Extension Group Specifies the extension group to which the extension belongs.

  • Page 588

    4.10 Extension [4] Ring Pattern Table Specifies the Ring Tone Pattern Table to be used by the extension. Default Value Range 1–8 Programming Guide References 4.8.18 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from CO [2-8-1] 4.8.19 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Doorphone [2-8-2] 4.8.20 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Others [2-8-3] Feature Guide References 1.1.3.2 Ring Tone Pattern Selection Option 1...

  • Page 589

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References None Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension. To change the extension number of a wired extension, follow the steps below: Type the new extension number, then click Apply. Set the status of the extension port to "OUS", then "INS". When changing the extension number, make sure that the extension port is not in use.

  • Page 590

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.1.5 Intercept Routing Programmed Mailbox No. Specifies the mailbox number of the extension's mailbox for Voice Processing Systems (VPS) with DTMF Integration.

  • Page 591

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 16 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Option 2 Slot Indicates the slot position of each extension card (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range...

  • Page 592

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension. To change the extension number of a wired extension, follow the steps below: Type the new extension number, then click Apply. Set the status of the extension port to "OUS", then "INS". When changing the extension number, make sure that the extension port is not in use.

  • Page 593

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.25.1 Extension Personal Identification Number (PIN) ARS Itemized Code Specifies the itemized billing code used by the ARS feature for identifying the calls made from the extension for accounting and billing purposes. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 594

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.3.3 Call Waiting Pickup Dial Set Sets or cancels the Hot Line feature. The number specified in Pickup Dial Number on this screen is dialed automatically after going off-hook by the Hot Line feature. Default Value Range Off, On...

  • Page 595

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.10.5 Data Line Security Option 3 Slot Indicates the slot position of each extension card (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None...

  • Page 596

    4.10 Extension [4] Type the new extension number, then click Apply. Set the status of the extension port to "OUS", then "INS". When changing the extension number, make sure that the extension port is not in use. If the extension number is changed while the port is in use, the new extension number will not come into effect.

  • Page 597

    4.10 Extension [4] Executive Override Deny Enables the prevention of calls being interrupted by other extensions. Default Disable Value Range Disable: Allows other extension users to interrupt an existing call Enable: Denies other extension users to interrupt an existing call Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 598

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) COLR Enables the restriction to show the CLIP number of the extension on the caller's telephone display when answering a call. Default Disable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)

  • Page 599

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension.

  • Page 600

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Name Specifies the name of the extension. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Outgoing Preferred Line...

  • Page 601

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.4.1.2 Line Preference—Incoming Intercom Call by Voice Selects the method of receiving intercom calls. When Deny Voice Call is selected, the called party always receives calls by a ring tone: the caller cannot change the called party's call receiving method. Default Tone Call Value Range...

  • Page 602: Display Language

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.21.2 Voice Mail DPT (Digital) Integration LCS Answer Mode Specifies whether the extension's mailbox is monitored in Hands-free or Private mode. Default Hands free Value Range Hands free: Monitor through the built-in speaker Private: Monitor through the handset or the built-in speaker after hearing an alarm tone Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 603

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension.

  • Page 604

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Name Specifies the name of the extension. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Incoming Call Display...

  • Page 605

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Value Range Off, On Feature Guide References None Automatic Answer for CO Call Enables the extension user to answer an incoming CO line call automatically after a certain number of rings without going off-hook, when Hands-free Answerback has been set on the extension. This setting is only effective when Forced Automatic Answer on this screen has been set to Off.

  • Page 606

    4.10 Extension [4] Default No Limitation Value Range No Limitation, One-touch Dial Only Feature Guide References None ICM Tone Selects the ring tone for incoming calls arriving at the INTERCOM button. Default Value Range KX-T7600 series: 1–30 Other telephones: 1–8 (Even if ring tone 9–30 is selected, the ring tone 2 is heard.) Feature Guide References None Option 6...

  • Page 607

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Port number Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension. To change the extension number of a wired extension, follow the steps below: Type the new extension number, then click Apply.

  • Page 608: Paging Deny

    4.10 Extension [4] Incoming Call Log Lock Locks or unlocks the Incoming Call Log display (i.e., prevents or allows the other extension users to see the Incoming Call Log information at the extension). Default Unlock Value Range Unlock, Lock Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.16.2 Incoming Call Log...

  • Page 609

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References None Flash mode during CO Conversation Selects the function of the FLASH/RECALL button during a CO line conversation. Default Flash Recall Value Range EFA, Terminate, Flash Recall Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.10.6 Flash/Recall/Terminate Incoming Call Log Memory Specifies the number of incoming CO line calls that are retained in the extension's Incoming Call Log...

  • Page 610

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial ISDN Bearer Selects the ISDN bearer mode. When Automatic is selected, the bearer mode is set automatically depending on the extension's telephone type as follows: PT: Speech SLT: Audio Default Automatic...

  • Page 611

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References None Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number Value Range Port number Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8] Feature Guide References None Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the extension.

  • Page 612

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Name Specifies the name of the extension. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Extension Caller ID Sending Enables the extension to send Caller ID information to an SLT. Default Disable Value Range Disable, Enable Programming Guide References...

  • Page 613

    4.10 Extension [4] FWD / DND Reference Call Forwarding (FWD) and Do Not Disturb (DND) settings for each extension can be referred. FWD and DND settings can be programmed separately for each extension in Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2]. Slot Indicates the slot position of each extension card (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range...

  • Page 614

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Starting at 101 (For port 01 of the first extension card that is installed. Extension numbers are preset for subsequent extensions by adding one to the previous extension number.) Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.7.24 Extension Port [1-8] Port Command Feature Guide References...

  • Page 615

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References 4.10.3 Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND) FWD Mode for Call from CO Indicates the forwarding type of incoming CO line calls (reference only). Default None Value Range...

  • Page 616

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References 4.10.3 Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) DND Set for Call from Extension Indicates the current DND status for incoming intercom calls (reference only). Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References...

  • Page 617: Wired Extension—extension Settings [4-1-1] Clip Generate

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References 4.10.3 Wired Extension—FWD/DND [4-1-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) FWD No Answer Time Indicates the length of time an incoming call rings at the extension before the call is forwarded (reference only).

  • Page 618

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Number to Generate Specifies the number of locations to be programmed. A CLIP number will only be assigned to connected wired extensions, even if the number entered here is larger than the total number of wired extensions.

  • Page 619: Wired Extension—fwd/dnd [4-1-2]

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 16 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Tail of ID Specifies a suffix number to be applied to all generated CLIP numbers. Default Not stored Value Range...

  • Page 620

    4.10 Extension [4] Call from CO—FWD Status Availability Turns on or off the FWD feature for incoming CO line calls. Default Value Range OFF, ON Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) Call from CO—DND Status Availability Turns on or off the DND feature for incoming CO line calls.

  • Page 621

    4.10 Extension [4] Call from CO—FWD Destination Specifies the forwarding destination of incoming CO line calls. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) Call from Extension—Present Button Status Indicates the current status of the FWD/DND—Internal button (reference only).

  • Page 622

    4.10 Extension [4] Call from Extension—DND Status Availability Turns on or off the DND feature for intercom calls. Default Value Range OFF, ON Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND) Call from Extension—FWD Mode Specifies the circumstances when incoming intercom calls are forwarded. Default None Value Range...

  • Page 623: Wired Extension—speed Dial [4-1-3]

    4.10 Extension [4] FWD No Answer Timer Specifies the length of time an incoming call rings at the extension before the call is forwarded. Default 15 s Value Range 0–120 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) 4.10.4 Wired Extension—Speed Dial [4-1-3] Personal Speed Dialing allows extension users to dial frequently dialed numbers using two-digit speed dialing numbers (00–09).

  • Page 624: Wired Extension—flexible Key [4-1-4]

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, T [Transfer], [, ] [Secret], P [Pause], and F [Flash]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.4 Speed Dialing—Personal/System 4.10.5 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Each flexible CO button can be customized to allow one-touch access to a certain feature. A maximum of 36 flexible CO buttons can be customized for each extension.

  • Page 625

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Group CO) Specifies the CO line group to be accessed. Default Value Range 1–64 Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Call Park) Specifies whether a call is parked in an idle parking zone automatically or in a specific parking zone.

  • Page 626

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.2.2.6 Log-in/Log-out 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Time Service) Selects which time modes are switched manually. Default Value Range All (Day/Night/Lunch/Break), Day/Night/Break, Day/Night/Lunch, Day/Night Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References...

  • Page 627

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range 1–8 Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons 2.2.4 Time Service Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for DSS) Specifies the number of an extension to be accessed. Default Not stored.

  • Page 628

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Group FWD (Both)) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group to which both intercom and CO line calls are forwarded.

  • Page 629

    4.10 Extension [4] Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Group FWD (Internal)) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group to which intercom calls are forwarded. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References...

  • Page 630

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Hurry-up) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group for which Manual Queue Redirection is performed for the longest waiting call. Default Not stored.

  • Page 631

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Voice Mail Transfer) Specifies the floating extension number of the VM (DTMF/DPT) group containing the desired mailbox. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References...

  • Page 632

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Optional parameter (or Ringing Tone Type Number) (for Time Service) Specifies the Time Table to be used for changing time modes in the Automatic Switching mode. Default Value Range 1–8...

  • Page 633: Wired Extension—flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range 0–99 Programming Guide References 4.10.6 Wired Extension—Flexible Key [4-1-4] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.12.2 Call Park 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Extension Number of Mailbox (for Two-way Transfer) Specifies the number of the extension whose mailbox will be used to record conversations. (For example, a secretary records a conversation into the mailbox of a boss.) This setting establishes the One-touch Two- way Transfer button.

  • Page 634: Wired Extension—pf Key [4-1-5]

    4.10 Extension [4] 4.10.7 Wired Extension—PF Key [4-1-5] Each Programmable Feature (PF) button can be customized to access a certain feature with one-touch. A maximum of 12 PF buttons can be customized for each extension. Select the desired extension from the Extension Number / Name list.

  • Page 635: Portable Station—extension Settings [4-2-1]

    4.10 Extension [4] Network BLF Data to NDSS Key of Other PBX - Other PBX (Network PBX ID=1) Selects whether status data is transmitted over the network for the selected extension. This setting can only be changed from ON to OFF, to cancel data transmission. Default Value Range OFF, ON...

  • Page 636

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Property Indicates the property (reference only). Default Portable Station Value Range Not applicable. Feature Guide References None Extension Group Specifies the extension group to which the PS belongs. The extension group is used to compose call pickup groups and paging groups.

  • Page 637

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] Feature Guide References 2.2.1 Class of Service (COS) Ring Pattern Table Specifies the Ring Tone Pattern Table to be used by the PS. Default Value Range 1–8 Programming Guide References 4.8.18 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from CO [2-8-1] 4.8.19 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Doorphone [2-8-2] 4.8.20 Ring Tone Patterns—Call from Others [2-8-3]...

  • Page 638

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Intercept Destination—Day, Lunch, Break, Night Specifies the Intercept Routing destination of CO line calls in each time mode for Intercept Routing–No Answer and Intercept Routing–Busy/DND feature. Default Not stored.

  • Page 639

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.11.1 Call Transfer CLIP ID Specifies the CLIP number sent to the public network to show on the called party's telephone display when making a CO line call.

  • Page 640

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Name Specifies the name of the PS. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Feature Guide References None Extension PIN...

  • Page 641

    4.10 Extension [4] C. Waiting for Call from Extension Selects the method of receiving call waiting notification from other extensions. Default Value Range Off: No notification BSS: Tone from the handset or built-in speaker Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.1.3.3 Call Waiting C.

  • Page 642

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.6.1.6 Hot Line Pickup Dial Number Specifies the number to be dialed automatically after going off-hook via the Hot Line feature. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, T [Transfer], [, ] [Secret], P [Pause], and F [Flash]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 643

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References None Call Pickup Deny Enables the prevention of calls being picked up by other extensions. Default Disable Value Range Disable: Allows other extension users to pick up the calls to your PS Enable: Denies other extension users to pick up the calls to your PS Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 644

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.7.19 PRI Port [1-6]—CO Setting—Subscriber Number 4.10.1 Wired Extension—Extension Settings [4-1-1]—Option 1—CLIP ID Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) CLIR Enables the restriction to show the CLIP number for public network on the called party's telephone when making a CO line call.

  • Page 645

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 16 characters Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.17.2 Absent Message Option 4 Extension Number Indicates the extension number of the PS (reference only). Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.7.14 Portable Station [1-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 646

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Value Range No Line: No line is seized. Idle: An idle CO line is seized automatically from the programmed CO line groups. ICM: An extension line is seized. F-1–F-12: A CO line programmed for a flexible CO button (F-1–F-12) is seized. A flexible CO button customized as a Single-CO, Group-CO, Loop-CO, or G-DN button must be selected.

  • Page 647

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.7.4.2 Call Waiting Tone LCS Recording Mode Specifies whether to continue or stop recording the message in the PS's mailbox after the PS user interrupts the call recording while monitoring. Default Stop Record Value Range Stop Record, Keep Record Programming Guide References None...

  • Page 648

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.7.14 Portable Station [1-2] Feature Guide References None Extension Name Specifies the name of the PS. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console. Default Not stored.

  • Page 649

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.18.4 Display Information Flexible Key Programming Mode Specifies whether the PS user can modify all flexible CO buttons without limitation, or only the One-touch Dialing buttons. When the mode is set to One-touch Dial Only, there is no need to enter "2" before the number.

  • Page 650

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References None Character Input Mode Selects the character table to be used for entering characters. Default Table 1 Value Range Table 1: Standard mode Table 2: Option mode Programming Guide References 3.3.1 Programming Instructions Feature Guide References None Flash mode during CO Conversation Selects the function of the FLASH/RECALL button during a CO line conversation.

  • Page 651

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.16.2 Incoming Call Log Outgoing Call Log Memory Specifies the number of telephone numbers dialed by the PS that are retained in the PS's Outgoing Call Log memory. Default Value Range 1–100 Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.3 Last Number Redial...

  • Page 652

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References None FWD / DND Reference Call Forwarding (FWD) and Do Not Disturb (DND) settings for each PS can be referred. FWD and DND settings can be programmed separately for each PS in Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2]. Extension Number Indicates the extension number of the PS (reference only).

  • Page 653

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) DND Set for Call from CO Indicates the current DND status for incoming CO line calls (reference only). Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 654

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) FWD Set for Call from Extension Indicates the current FWD status for incoming intercom calls (reference only). Default Value Range Off, On Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD)

  • Page 655: Portable Station—extension Settings [4-2-1] Clip Generate

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) FWD Destination for Call from Extension Indicates the forwarding destination of incoming intercom calls (reference only). Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References 4.10.11 Portable Station—FWD/DND [4-2-2] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 656

    4.10 Extension [4] Beginning Entry Location (Ext. Number) Specifies the extension number of the first location to be programmed. Default Not stored. Value Range PS extension number Programming Guide References 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Number to Generate Specifies the number of locations to be programmed.

  • Page 657

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.19.1.2 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Head of ID Specifies a prefix number to be applied to all generated CLIP numbers. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 16 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References 4.10.9 Portable Station—Extension Settings [4-2-1] Feature Guide References...

  • Page 658

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range OFF, FWD, DND Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.1 Call Forwarding (FWD)/Do Not Disturb (DND)—OVERVIEW Call from CO—FWD Status Availability Turns on or off the FWD feature for incoming CO line calls. Default Value Range OFF, ON Programming Guide References...

  • Page 659

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range None, FWD ALL, FWD Busy, FWD N/A, FWD Busy N/A Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) Call from CO—FWD Destination Specifies the forwarding destination of incoming CO line calls. Default Not stored.

  • Page 660

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range OFF, ON Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) Call from Extension—DND Status Availability Turns on or off the DND feature for incoming intercom calls. Default Value Range OFF, ON Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.3 Do Not Disturb (DND)

  • Page 661: Portable Station—flexible Key [4-2-3]

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [, ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.3.1.2 Call Forwarding (FWD) FWD No Answer Timer Specifies the length of time an incoming call rings at the PS before the call is forwarded. Default 15 s Value Range...

  • Page 662

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Single CO) Specifies the CO line to be accessed. Default Value Range 1–128 Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Group CO) Specifies the CO line group to be accessed.

  • Page 663

    4.10 Extension [4] Feature Guide References 1.12.2 Call Park 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Log-in/Log-out) Specifies which incoming call distribution groups that the PS belongs to are logged-in to or logged-out from. Default None Value Range None: The incoming call distribution group is selected manually. All: All incoming call distribution groups that the PS belongs to.

  • Page 664

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range 1–7 Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Time Service - Automatic / Manual) Specifies the Time Table to be used when the Time Service Switching Mode is set to automatic. Default Value Range 1–8...

  • Page 665

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Message Waiting) Specifies the number of an extension or floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group for which messages are checked.

  • Page 666

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Group FWD (Internal)) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group to which intercom calls are forwarded.

  • Page 667

    4.10 Extension [4] Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Hurry-up) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group for which Manual Queue Redirection is performed for the longest waiting call. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References...

  • Page 668

    4.10 Extension [4] Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Voice Mail Transfer) Specifies the floating extension number of the VM (DTMF/DPT) group containing the desired mailbox. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.13 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons...

  • Page 669: Portable Station—flexible Key [4-2-3] Flexible Key Data Copy

    4.10 Extension [4] Optional parameter (or Ringing Tone Type Number) (for Call Park) Specifies the number of the parking zone a call is to be parked by pressing the Call Park button whose Parameter Selection on this screen is Specific. Default Not stored.

  • Page 670: Portable Station—ndss Link Data - Send [4-2-4], Dss Console—main [4-3-1]

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.12 Portable Station—Flexible Key [4-2-3] Feature Guide References None 4.10.14 Portable Station—NDSS Link Data - Send [4-2-4] It is possible to cancel the transmission of an extension's status data over the network. Select the desired extension from the Extension Number / Name list.

  • Page 671: Dss Console—flexible Key [4-3-2]

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.7.23 Extension Port [1-8]—DPT Property—Type (for DPT or S-Hybrid port) Feature Guide References None Pair Extension Number Specifies the extension number of the PT to be used in pair with the DSS Console. Default Not stored.

  • Page 672

    4.10 Extension [4] Parameter Selection (for Single CO) Specifies the CO line to be accessed. Default Value Range 1–128 Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Group CO) Specifies the CO line group to be accessed.

  • Page 673

    4.10 Extension [4] Parameter Selection (for Log-in/Log-out) Specifies which incoming call distribution groups that the paired extension belongs to are logged-in to or logged-out from. Default None Value Range None: The incoming call distribution group is selected manually. All: All incoming call distribution groups that the paired extension belongs to. Incoming Group: A specified incoming call distribution group Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy...

  • Page 674

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Parameter Selection (for Time Service - Automatic / Manual) Specifies the Time Table to be used when the Time Service Switching Mode is set to automatic. Default Value Range 1–8...

  • Page 675

    4.10 Extension [4] Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Message Waiting) Specifies the number of an extension or floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group for which messages are checked.

  • Page 676

    4.10 Extension [4] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Group FWD (Internal)) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group to which intercom calls are forwarded.

  • Page 677

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Hurry-up) Specifies the floating extension number of an incoming call distribution group for which Manual Queue Redirection is performed for the longest waiting call.

  • Page 678

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Ext No. or Floating Ext No. (for Voice Mail Transfer) Specifies the floating extension number of the VM (DTMF/DPT) group containing the desired mailbox.

  • Page 679

    4.10 Extension [4] Default Value Range 1–8 Programming Guide References 4.10.17 DSS Console—Flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy Feature Guide References 1.18.2 Flexible Buttons Optional parameter (or Ringing Tone Type Number) (for Loop CO, Single CO, Group CO, G-DN) Specifies the ring tone type.

  • Page 680: Dss Console—flexible Key [4-3-2] Flexible Key Data Copy

    4.10 Extension [4] Extension Number of Mailbox (for Two-way Transfer) Specifies the number of the extension whose mailbox will be used to record conversations. (For example, a secretary records a conversation into the mailbox of a boss.) This setting establishes the One-touch Two- way Transfer button.

  • Page 681: Optional Device [5]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] 4.11 Optional Device [5] 4.11.1 Doorphone [5-1] The settings to establish doorphone calls can be programmed. Physical—Slot Indicates the slot position (reference only). Default Current slot number Value Range Slot number Programming Guide References 4.7.1 Slot [1-1] Feature Guide References 1.15.1 Doorphone Call Physical—Port...

  • Page 682

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.1 Doorphone Call Destination—Day, Lunch, Break, Night Specifies the destination number of doorphone calls for each port in each time mode. Default Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 683: External Pager [5-2]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Default Value Range 1–64 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]—TRS / CO—TRS Level—Day, Lunch, Break, Night 4.8.17 Class of Service—Internal Call Block [2-7-3] Feature Guide References 1.1.2.2 Internal Call Block 1.15.1 Doorphone Call VM Trunk Group Number Specifies the number of the VPS trunk (CO line) group sent to the VPS when the doorphone call destination is the floating extension number of a VM (DPT) group.

  • Page 684: Disa—system Setting [5-3-1]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.14.1 Paging 1.15.3 Trunk Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) 1.15.4 Background Music (BGM) Name Specifies the name of the external pager. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console.

  • Page 685

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Mode when the Destination through DISA is Busy Selects how DISA calls are handled if the destination is busy, and disables Call Waiting, FWD, or Idle Extension Hunting.

  • Page 686

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Cyclic Tone Detection Selects the cyclic tone detection mode. Cyclic tone detection is used to determine the end of a call for a DISA CO-to-CO line conversation established through an analog CO line.

  • Page 687: Disa—message Setting [5-3-2]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Programming Guide References 4.7.10 Slot [1-1] OPB Feature Guide References 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Cyclic Tone Option—Tone Off Maximum Time Specifies the maximum time the PBX waits for a cyclic tone to be sent from the telephone company before recognizing it as a tone-off.

  • Page 688

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Floating Extension Number Specifies the floating extension number of the OGM. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.5 Outgoing Message (OGM) 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Name Specifies the name of the OGM.

  • Page 689: External Relay [5-4]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Feature Guide References 1.15.5 Outgoing Message (OGM) 1.15.6 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Busy/DND Message No. Selects the OGM to be played for the caller when the destination party is busy or sets DND. Default None Value Range None, 1–64 Programming Guide References...

  • Page 690

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Value Range Slot and sub-slot number. Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.8 External Relay Control Physical Location—Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number. Value Range Port number. Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.8 External Relay Control...

  • Page 691: External Sensor [5-5]

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Value Range 1–7 s Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.8 External Relay Control COS Number Specifies the Class of Service (COS) number. COS programming determines the extensions that are able to activate relays. Default Value Range 1–64 Programming Guide References...

  • Page 692

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Physical Location—Slot Indicates the slot position (reference only). Default Current slot and sub-slot number. Value Range Slot and sub-slot number. Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.15.7 External Sensor Physical Location—Port Indicates the port number (reference only). Default Current port number.

  • Page 693

    4.11 Optional Device [5] Destination—Day, Lunch, Break, Night Specifies the destination number of sensor calls for each port in each time mode. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 32 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, [ ] [Secret], and P [Pause]) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 694: Feature [6], Speed Dialing & Caller Id—main Table [6-1-1]

    4.12 Feature [6] 4.12 Feature [6] 4.12.1 Speed Dialing & Caller ID—Main Table [6-1-1] The System Speed Dial Table is used to store frequently dialed numbers as well as callers that should be automatically routed to certain extensions when they call (Calling Line Identification [CLI] distribution). The System Speed Dialing Table is available for all extension users when making or receiving a call.

  • Page 695

    4.12 Feature [6] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 20 characters Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.6.1.4 Speed Dialing—Personal/System 1.16.1 Caller ID CO Line Access Number + Telephone Number Specifies the telephone number (including the CO Line Access number) or feature number assigned to the System Speed Dialing number.

  • Page 696: Speed Dialing & Caller Id—caller Id Modification [6-1-2]

    4.12 Feature [6] Feature Guide References 1.1.1.4 Calling Line Identification (CLI) Distribution 1.16.1 Caller ID 4.12.2 Speed Dialing & Caller ID—Caller ID Modification [6-1-2] The telephone numbers of incoming callers can be modified automatically by a Caller ID Modification Table, and then recorded for calling back.

  • Page 697: Speed Dialing & Caller Id—isdn Clip Modification [6-1-3]

    4.12 Feature [6] Feature Guide References 1.16.1 Caller ID Added Number Specifies the number to be added to the incoming caller's number in the place of the removed digits. Default Local / International Call Data 1–10: Not stored. Long Distance Code: 1 (fixed) Value Range Max.

  • Page 698: Emergency Dial [6-2], Verified Code [6-3]

    4.12 Feature [6] Added Number Specifies the number to be added to the incoming caller's number in the place of the removed digits for each type of the network numbering plan. Default International: 011 National: 1 Subscriber: Not stored. Value Range Max.

  • Page 699: User Name

    4.12 Feature [6] Verified Code Specifies the verified code. Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.8.5 Verified Code Entry User Name Specifies the user name assigned to the verified code. As for the available characters, refer to the character code table described in section 3.2.1 Installing and Starting KX-TDA Maintenance Console.

  • Page 700: Second Dial Tone [6-4]

    4.12 Feature [6] COS Number Specifies the COS that applies when making a CO line call with the verified code. Default Value Range 1–64 Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1] Feature Guide References 1.8.5 Verified Code Entry Itemized Billing Code for ARS Specifies the itemized billing code used by the ARS feature for identifying calls made with a verified code for accounting and billing purposes.

  • Page 701: Absent Message [6-5]

    4.12 Feature [6] Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, and #) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.5.4.5 Pause Insertion Pause Repeating Counter Specifies the number of pauses to be inserted when waiting for the second dial tone. Default Value Range 0–20...

  • Page 702: Tenant [6-6]

    4.12 Feature [6] Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References 1.17.2 Absent Message 4.12.8 Tenant [6-6] A maximum of 8 tenants can share the PBX. The tenant members consist of extension groups. The PBX offers each tenants its own Time Table and system resource for each tenant. Music on Hold Specifies the audio source to be used for Music on Hold.

  • Page 703: Dialing Plan [6-7]

    4.12 Feature [6] ARS Mode Specifies the ARS mode used when making a CO line call. Default Same as System Setting Value Range Off: ARS is disabled. On for Local Access Operation: ARS operates when an extension user makes a call using any Idle Line Access method.

  • Page 704: Dialing Plan [6-7] Auto Assign

    4.12 Feature [6] inter digit timer expires. 4 tables can be programmed, each with a maximum of 50 leading numbers. The leading number table used with each trunk (CO line) group can be specified in Dialing Plan Table in TRG Settings [3-1-1]. Leading Number Specifies the leading number to be regarded as the beginning of dialing.

  • Page 705: Hotel [6-8]

    4.12 Feature [6] Feature Guide References None 4.12.11 Hotel [6-8] Various settings related to the hospitality features of the PBX can be set. Hotel Operator Specifies the number of the extension designated as the hotel operator. Default Value Range Max. 4 digits (consisting of 0–9) Programming Guide References None Feature Guide References...

  • Page 706

    4.12 Feature [6] Value Range No Print, Print Programming Guide References 4.17.1 SMDR [11-1] Feature Guide References 1.23.1 Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Printing Message 1–8 Specifies the text of the message output on SMDR when this Printing Message is selected from an extension.

  • Page 707: Trs [7], Denied Code [7-1], Exception Code [7-2]

    4.13 TRS [7] 4.13 TRS [7] 4.13.1 Denied Code [7-1] Toll Restriction (TRS) prohibits an extension from making certain CO line calls. Each time mode of every COS is assigned one of the seven TRS levels. TRS level 7 provides the maximum restriction (all CO line calls are prohibited) and level 1 provides the minimum (all CO line calls are allowed).

  • Page 708: Special Carrier [7-3], Miscellaneous [7-4]

    4.13 TRS [7] Default Not stored. Value Range Max. 16 digits (consisting of 0–9, *, #, and X) Note "X" can be used as a wild card character which substitutes any digit in its position. Programming Guide References 4.8.15 Class of Service—COS Settings [2-7-1]—TRS / CO—TRS Level—Day, Lunch, Break, Night 4.13.1 Denied Code [7-1] Feature Guide References 1.8.1 Toll Restriction (TRS)

  • Page 709

    4.13 TRS [7] TRS Override by System Speed Dialing Enables an outgoing CO line call to override TRS when