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Section 400
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issued 05/20/98

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  • Page 1  ® Technical Manual Section 400 Programming USA/Version 1.3 issued 05/20/98...
  • Page 2 Groups The contents of this document are subject to change without notice and do not constitute a commitment on the part of Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC). Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document. However, due to...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents - Section 400 (Programming) Introduction to DBS 576 Programming........Intro-1 Before You Begin ....................Intro-3 Preparations for Programming..............Intro-3 Initializing a New Phone System..............Intro-4 System CPC Modes ..................Intro-8 Understanding FF-Key Programming..............Intro-13 FF-Key Programs: Software Structure ............Intro-13 FF-Keys and Other Keys Used in Programming Mode ......Intro-16 How to Enter Programming Mode ..............Intro-19 Verifying the Software Version..............Intro-19 Sample Address Entries................Intro-20...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Section 400-Programming FF1 3: MCO Access in Tenant Groups ..............1-163 FF1 4: DID/DNIS Tables ...................1-168 FF1 5: Not Used ....................1-175 FF1 6: Not Used ....................1-175 FF1 7: Not Used ....................1-175 FF1 8: Digital Pad Settings ................1-176 2. Trunk Programming (FF2) ............2-1 FF2 0: Analog Trunks (CO) ................2-7 FF2 0: Analog Trunks (E&M Tie) ..............2-37 FF2 1: ISDN Trunks...................2-59...
  • Page 5 Section 400-Programming Table of Contents FF6 1 02: TRS Class: Dialing Restrictions ..........6-21 FF6 1 03: TRS Class: SSD Range ...............6-24 FF6 2: ARS Settings...................6-25 FF6 2 00 thru 02: Time List Tables .............6-25 FF6 2 03: Route List Table ................6-28 FF6 2 04: Route Table .................6-36 FF6 2 05: Digit Modify Table..............6-38 FF6 2 06: Authorization Code ..............6-41...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Section 400-Programming List of Tables Table Intro-1. Auto-Configuration settings for CODE Rotary Switch set to “1” ......Intro-7 Table Intro-2. DBS 576 programming structure .................Intro-14 Table Intro-3. Sample Programming Addresses................Intro-20 Defaults for 0: SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ................Intro-22 Defaults for FF1: SYSTEM PROGRAMMING .................Intro-22 Defaults for FF2: TRUNKS ......................Intro-29 Defaults for FF3: EXTENSIONS ....................Intro-35 Defaults for FF4: FF-KEY/SOFT KEY FEATURE ASSIGNMENTS........Intro-37...
  • Page 7 Section 400-Programming Table of Contents Table 3-1. Account Codes and their interaction with TRS for outbound calls .........3-22 Table 4-1. FF-Key/Soft Key Fixed Feature Codes................4-2 Table 6-1. Leading Digits Table: FF6 0 00 (001-100) (0001 thru 0006) Hold ........6-5 Table 6-2. Analyze Digits Table: FF6 0 01 (001-500) (0001 thru 0006) Hold .........6-10 Table 6-3.
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Section 400-Programming Program Structure for FF2 2: T1 Trunks (CO) (page 2-86).............A-21 Program Structure for FF2 2: T1 Trunks (E&M Tie) (page 2-116) ..........A-22 Program Structure for FF3 0: Extension Settings - Digital Keyphones and SLTs (page 3-3)..A-24 Program Structure for FF3 1: S-Point ISDN Extensions (page 3-28)..........A-25 Program Structure for FF3 2: Virtual Ports (page 3-40) ..............A-25 Program Structure for FF3 3: RAI Extension Port (page 3-45) ............A-25...
  • Page 9 Section 400-Programming Table of Contents List of Figures Figure Intro-1: Phone keys during Programming Mode (22-button Large-Display)....Intro-16 Figure Intro-2: Phone keys during Programming Mode (22-button Small-Display)....Intro-17 Figure Intro-3: Phone keys during Programming Mode (34-button Small-Display)....Intro-18 Figure 0-1: Cabinet Building-Block Configurations................0-2 Figure 0-2: PanaVOICE connection to the DBS 576................0-4 Figure 0-3: Cabinet Slots........................0-6 Figure 1-1: DID Dialing to ISDN S-Point (example) ..............1-173...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Section 400-Programming viii DBS 576 (USA) issued 05/20/98 576-13-400...
  • Page 11: Introduction To Dbs 576 Programming

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming This Introduction provides an overview of programming a DBS 576 phone System System Configuration Configuration system using a Panasonic DBS phone. The following table summarizes the topics contained in this Introduction. System System Topic Page...
  • Page 12 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Defaults for FF4: FF-KEY/SOFT KEY FEATURE ASSIGNMENTS Intro-37 Defaults for FF5: GROUPS Intro-38 Defaults for FF6: TRS/ARS Intro-39 Defaults for FF7: APPLICATIONS Intro-41 System System Configuration Configuration Defaults for FF8: MAINTENANCE Intro-42 System System...
  • Page 13: Before You Begin

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Introduction Introduction Before You Begin This section describes preparations that should be completed before you start programming. If you are already familiar with DBS FF-key programming, System System you can begin programming as soon as these preparations have been made. Configuration Configuration However, if you are not familiar with FF-key programming, read...
  • Page 14: Initializing A New Phone System

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Initializing a New Phone System CPC Reset (“RAMCLEAR”) System System Configuration Configuration After installing a phone system for the first time, the CPC (Central Processing Card) should be reset to default values before programming the system. IMPORTANT: This procedure must be performed before you program System System...
  • Page 15: Initial Settings (manual)

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Initial Settings (Manual) Introduction Introduction 1. Perform the following programming settings. These settings are the minimum required to make the system work: • System Size (see pg. 0-5) System System 00 Hold (1-6) Hold Configuration Configuration •...
  • Page 16: Auto-configuration (for Single-cabinet Systems Only)

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Auto-Configuration (for single-cabinet systems only) Introduction Introduction This procedure will automatically configure a single-cabinet system for a selectable set of pre-defined settings (see table, next page). 1. Set the CODE rotary switch to 1. System System The CPC-96 Card...
  • Page 17: Table Intro-1. Auto-configuration Settings For Code Rotary Switch Set To "1"

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming 10. After the Auto-Configuration process is complete, change the CODE rotary Introduction Introduction switch back to “2” (to avoid accidental memory erasure in the future). Table Intro-1. Auto-Configuration settings for CODE Rotary Switch set to “1” System System Configuration...
  • Page 18: System Cpc Modes

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction System CPC Modes The DBS 576 offers several system CPC modes, The CPC-576 Card which are automatically entered upon system startup (depending on current configuration’s (front edge, facing out from cabinet) System System Configuration...
  • Page 19: Code 5: System Diagnostic Mode 2 - Lsi

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming • 3 (S-RAM programming information test) Introduction Introduction • 5 (dual-port RAM test) 4. Press and release the MODE button. • MN LED blinks during testing. System System Configuration Configuration 5. When the MN LED goes off, the test is passed. If the LED does not extinguish, the memory does not pass the test.
  • Page 20: Software Upgrade Procedure Via The Pc Card

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming 1. Power-off the system. Introduction Introduction 2. The original CPC should be mounted in the “CPC” slot of the main cabinet, with its CODE rotary switch set to “6” and its RAM HOLD switch “ON.” 3.
  • Page 21: Software Upgrade Procedure For Cpc-96 And Cpc

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Software Upgrade Procedure for CPC-96 and CPC-288 Introduction Introduction 1. Power-off the system. The CPC-288 Card 2. On the CPC card, take note of the current (front edge, facing out from cabinet) arrow position on the CODE rotary switch System System Configuration...
  • Page 22: Software Upgrade Procedure For Cpc

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Software Upgrade Procedure for CPC-576 Introduction Introduction 1. Power-off the system. The CPC-576 Card 2. Remove the old PC Card from the CPC-576, (front edge, facing out from cabinet) and insert the new PC Card. System System Configuration...
  • Page 23: Understanding Ff-key Programming

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Introduction Introduction Understanding FF-Key Programming System System Configuration Configuration FF-Key Programs: Software Structure Program entries for the DBS 576 are organized into 9 primary groups: System System System Configuration PROGRAM V1.00     1 or FF1 System Settings   ...
  • Page 24: Table Intro-2. Dbs 576 Programming Structure

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Table Intro-2. DBS 576 programming structure Introduction Introduction FF-Key Programming Group SYSTEM CONFIGURATION: (no FF-key) System Size Free Slot Assignment System System Option Slot Assignment Configuration Configuration SYSTEM PROGRAMMING: FF1 0 ... System Common General 1 General 2 System...
  • Page 25 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Introduction Introduction FF-Key Programming Group FF-KEY/SOFT KEY FEATURE ASSIGNMENTS: FF4 0: FF-Keys on Digital Keyphones, SLTs, and EM/24s FF4 1: FF-Keys on DSS/72 Consoles FF4 2: Soft Keys on Display Phones System System GROUPS: Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 26: Ff-keys And Other Keys Used In Programming Mode

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF-Keys and Other Keys Used in Programming Mode While in Programming Mode, the phone keys can perform special functions such as copying, scrolling, etc. The following illustrations describe these keys and their functions during Programming Mode on each type of phone.
  • Page 27: Figure Intro-2: Phone Keys During Programming Mode (22-button Small-display)

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming NOTE: Programming keys work differently for FF7: Applications after you punch- Introduction Introduction in the “Detail Setting” address. For FF7 0, see Section 510: Built-In Voice Mail with 2-Way Call Recording. For FF7 1, see Section 520: Built-In ACD Reference. Figure Intro-2: Phone keys during Programming Mode (22-button Small-Display) System System...
  • Page 28: Figure Intro-3: Phone Keys During Programming Mode (34-button Small-display)

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Figure Intro-3: Phone keys during Programming Mode (34-button Small-Display) Introduction Introduction (34-button Small-Display phone shown)  Prints data setting.   Copies settings of displayed trunk/ext. port or FF-key. (no effect)  Pastes settings to the current trunk/ext.port or FF-key. System System   ...
  • Page 29: How To Enter Programming Mode

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Introduction Introduction How to Enter Programming Mode Press the following on any display phone: ON/OFF PROG NNNN System System (where “NNNN” is the Dealer Programming ID Code -- “9999” by default) Configuration Configuration Or, if no Dealer Programming ID Code is set, press the following on the phone at the first digital port: System...
  • Page 30: Sample Address Entries

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Sample Address Entries There are several different ways to enter the same address. You can either step through each menu level, or enter all address numbers sequentially to reach the data entry level in the address -- or a combination of both: System System Configuration...
  • Page 31 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming To view Day1 Delayed Ring Destination for 2101: Hold 2101-041 :283 Introduction Introduction D1 D-Destination To view Day1 Delayed Ring Destination for the next BLK-DOWN 2102-041 :301 port position, 2102: D1 D-Destination To back up to previous address, Day1 Delayed Ring (Volume-Up) 2102-040 :1 System...
  • Page 32: Default Settings

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Default Settings The following tables show the default settings for all DBS 576 programming addresses. System System For the acceptable ranges of extension numbers, trunks, etc. in different system Configuration Configuration configurations, see Section 300-Installation.
  • Page 33 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 02: General 2 1-22 FF1 0 02 0001 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Trunk Numbering 0 (2-digit) 1-22 FF1 0 02 0002 Hold (0 or 1) Hold SSD Code Numbering 1 (3-digit) 1-22 FF1 0 02 0003 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 34 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 0 03 (00-15) 22 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Call Forward/Other 1 (Not Allowed) 1-52 Introduction Introduction FF1 0 03 (00-15) 23 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: User Log-In 1 (Not Allowed) 1-53 FF1 0 03 (00-15) 24 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 35 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming FF1 0 05 0017 Hold (0-7) Hold RAI Serial Port: Data Format 5 (8bits/NoPar./ 1-83 Introduction Introduction 1stop) FF1 0 05 0018 Hold (0-5) Hold RAI Serial Port: Baud Rate 5 (9600 bps) 1-83 FF1 0 05 0019 Hold (0-2) Hold RAI Serial Port: Protocol...
  • Page 36 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 20: Ext.No. Display for Closed-Number Calls 1-104 FF1 0 20 0001 Hold (0-4) Hold Ext.No. Display for Closed-Number Calls 0 (no digits) 1-105 FF1 0 21: Ring Alarm for Unanswered Calls 1-105 FF1 0 21 0001 Hold (0-6) Hold Ring Alarm Frequency...
  • Page 37 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming FF1 1 02 0003 Hold (0-255) Hold CO Delayed Ring Timer (Day1) 0 (5 seconds) 1-129 Introduction Introduction FF1 1 02 0004 Hold (0-255) Hold CO Delayed Ring Timer (Day2) 0 (5 seconds) 1-129 FF1 1 02 0005 Hold (0-255) Hold CO Delayed Ring Timer (Night)
  • Page 38: Ff1 3: Mco Access In Tenant Groups

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 2: Dial Plan 1-154 Introduction Introduction FF1 2 01 (0001-0024) Hold (1-4) Hold Maximum/Minimum Dialing at Intercom Dial See table, page 1-154 Tone 1-154 FF1 2 02 (0001-0056) Hold (max. 4-digit Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes at Dial See table, page 1-155 Code) Hold...
  • Page 39: Ff2 0: Analog Trunks (co)

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Defaults for FF2: TRUNKS Introduction Introduction FF Key Address Topic Default Page FF2 0: Analog Trunks (CO) FF2 0 BSSC 00 Hold (0-576) Hold Trunk Number Assignment System FF2 0 BSSC 01 00 Hold (0-3) Hold Trunk Signal Type LS &...
  • Page 40 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF2 0 BSSC 03 0 Hold (0-6) Hold Day1 Ring Type 0 (multi-incomg.) 2-28 Introduction Introduction FF2 0 BSSC 03 1 Hold (0-9999) Hold Day1 Ring Destination 2-28 FF2 0 BSSC 03 2 Hold (0-6) Hold Day2 Ring Type 0 (multi-incomg.) 2-29...
  • Page 41 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming FF2 0 BSSC 02 10 Hold (0 or 1) Hold SMDR for Inbound Calls 0 (Exclude) 2-49 Introduction Introduction FF2 0 BSSC 02 11 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Flash Key Operation 0 (flash to CO) 2-50 FF2 0 BSSC 02 12 Hold Not Used...
  • Page 42 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF2 1 BSSC 03 11 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Call ID Length 0 (1 byte/BRI) 2-72 Introduction Introduction 1 (2 bytes/PRI) FF2 1 BSSC 03 12 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Calling Number Send 1 (Enabled) 2-72 FF2 1 BSSC 03 13 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 43 Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming FF2 2 BSSCC 02 15 Hold Not Used 2-97 Introduction Introduction FF2 2 BSSCC 03 00 Hold (0 or 1) Hold DTMF/Dial Pulse Dialing 1 (DTMF) 2-97 FF2 2 BSSCC 03 01 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Flash Pattern 0 (Pattern #1) 2-97...
  • Page 44 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF2 2 BSSCC 02 09 Hold (0-12) Hold Ring Pattern 1 (1on/3off) 2-122 Introduction Introduction FF2 2 BSSCC 02 10 Hold (0-2) Hold DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk 1 (Pattern #2) 2-123 FF2 2 BSSCC 02 11 Hold (0-2) Hold DTMF On/Off Pattern for Outgoing Dialing 0 (Pattern #1) 2-123 FF2 2 BSSCC 02 12 Hold (0-3) Hold...
  • Page 45: Defaults For Ff3: Extensions

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Defaults for FF3: EXTENSIONS Introduction Introduction FF Key Address Topic Default Page FF3 0: Digital Keyphones and SLTs FF3 0 BSSC 00 Hold (1-3) Hold Phone Type 1 (Dig.keyphone or SLT) System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 01 Hold (1-5) Hold...
  • Page 46 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF3 1: S-Point ISDN Extensions 3-28 Introduction Introduction FF3 1 BSSC 00 0 Hold (BSSC) Hold Common D-Channel Position 3-28 FF3 1 BSSC 00 1 Hold (1-127) Hold D-Channel Interface ID Code 3-29 FF3 1 BSSC 01 Hold (0-9999) Hold Extension Number Assignment 3-29...
  • Page 47: Defaults For Ff4: Ff-key/soft Key Feature Assignments

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Defaults for FF4: FF-KEY/SOFT KEY FEATURE ASSIGNMENTS Introduction Introduction FF Key Address Topic Default Page FF4 0: FF-Keys on Digital Keyphones, SLTs, and EM/24 Units FF4 0 BSSC 0 (01-32) Hold FLASH (Code) Hold FF-Key Feature Assignment (Digital Keyphones, SLTs, EM24s) System...
  • Page 48: Defaults For Ff5: Groups

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Defaults for FF5: GROUPS Introduction Introduction FF Key Address Topic Default Page FF5 0: Attendant Hunt Group FF5 0 01 Hold (0-9999) Hold Attendant HG Pilot Number FF5 0 02 01 Hold (0-2) Hold Attendant HG/Day1 Hunt Mode 1 (Pilot terminal) System...
  • Page 49: Defaults For Ff6: Trs/ars

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Defaults for FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF-key Address Topic Default Page FF6 0: TRS/ARS Common FF6 0 00: Leading Digits Table System System FF6 0 00 (001-100) 0001 Hold (up to 10 digits) Hold Leading Digits Table: Prefix String Configuration Configuration FF6 0 00 (001-100) 0002 Hold (0-99) Hold...
  • Page 50 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0004 Hold (0-9) Hold Route List Table: 2nd Priority ARS Level 0 6-30 Introduction Introduction FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0005 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Route List Table: 2nd Priority ARS Alarm 0 (Alarm off) 6-30 FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0006 Hold (0-200) Hold Route List Table: 3rd Priority Route No.
  • Page 51: Defaults For Ff7: Applications

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Defaults for FF7: APPLICATIONS Introduction Introduction FF Key Address Topic Default Page FF7 0: Built-In Voice Mail FF7 0 (B11) 00 Hold (0-4) Hold VM Unit Number 0 (None) System FF7 0 (B11) 01 (01-16) 00 Hold (Ext.No.) Hold VPU Port Extension Numbers System Configuration...
  • Page 52: Defaults For Ff8: Maintenance

    Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Defaults for FF8: MAINTENANCE Introduction Introduction FF-key Address Topic Default Page FF8 0: Dealer Maintenance FF8 0 00: Large-LCD FUNCTION SYSTEM Assignments System System FF8 0 00 0 (01-50) Hold (Code) Hold Large-LCD FUNCTION SYSTEM See pg.
  • Page 53: Index

    Section 400-Programming Introduction to DBS 576 Programming FF8 0 05 3 BSS(C) Hold (0 or 1) Hold T1 Loopback 1 Diagnostics 0 (Stop) 8-34 Introduction Introduction FF8 0 05 4 BSS(C) Hold 1 Hold T1 Loopback 2 Diagnostics 1 (Start) 8-34 FF8 0 06: ISDN Channel Control 8-35...
  • Page 54 Introduction to DBS 576 Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF8 1 07: Special Days/Times 8-53 FF8 1 07 0 (00-09) Hold (HHMM or 0-5) Hold Weekdays 8-53 FF8 1 07 0 (10-19) Hold (HHMM or 0-5) Hold Weekend “A” 8-54 FF8 1 07 0 (20-29) Hold (HHMM or 0-2) Hold Weekend “B”...
  • Page 55: System Configuration

    Introduction Introduction 0. System Configuration System Use the addresses in this chapter to set System Configuration parameters for System Configuration Configuration the DBS 576. These addresses must be set immediately after initializing the system for the first time (see Introduction for more information). IMPORTANT: If you don’t assign the card type, you can’t continue programming.
  • Page 56: Figure 0-1: Cabinet Building-block Configurations

    0: System Configuration Section 400-Programming General Notes Introduction Introduction Cabinet Configuration System System Configuration Configuration A phone system can consist of multiple base cabinets (up to 2) and expansion cabinets (up to 4). A base cabinet contains the power switch that controls up to two expansion cabinets as well as itself. One of the base cabinets acts as the control cabinet for the system, by holding the CPC card, TSW card, SCC card, and other common control cards.
  • Page 57: Using The Ls/gs Card For Ground-start

    Section 400-Programming 0: System Configuration Before Removing a Trunk or Extension Card from a Free Slot Introduction Introduction First clear the Trunk Numbers or Extension Numbers assigned to the ports on the card in programming. This is for system “housecleaning” purposes, so the numbers can be automatically removed from other areas in programming such as Hunt Groups, etc.
  • Page 58: Figure 0-2: Panavoice Connection To The Dbs 576

    0: System Configuration Section 400-Programming Figure 0-2: PanaVOICE connection to the DBS 576 Introduction Introduction (logical connections in a 4-port VM configuration illustrated) DBS 576 System System PC Computer with Configuration Configuration PanaVOICE software System System Trunks Trunks Integration Cable PC backplane Extensions Extensions...
  • Page 59: System Size

    Section 400-Programming 0: System Configuration 0: System Configuration Addresses Introduction Introduction System Size   System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Configuration Configuration Enter the number of cabinets installed in the phone system configuration. 00 Hold (1-6) Hold System System Number of Cabinets Installed...
  • Page 60: Figure 0-3: Cabinet Slots

    0: System Configuration Section 400-Programming Figure 0-3: Cabinet Slots Introduction Introduction Free Slots Card Option Slots System System Configuration Configuration      System System Trunks Trunks Option Slot Assignment    ! #$ (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the type of card installed in each of the two Option Slots in the cabinet.
  • Page 61: Table 0-1. Free Slot/option Slot Card Types (01 And 02 Addresses)

    Section 400-Programming 0: System Configuration Table 0-1. Free Slot/Option Slot card types (01 and 02 addresses) Introduction Introduction Setting Card Type Value Notes  Loop Start Trunk Card/8-port  Loop Start/Ground Start Trunk Card/8-port  System System DID Card Configuration Configuration  E&M Card/4 ports...
  • Page 62 0: System Configuration Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Setting Card Type Value Notes " Built-In Voice Mail (VSSC, one VPU/8, one VPU/4) Slot 9=VPU/8 "#$ "#$ Slot 10=VPU/4 Slot 11=VSSC Provides 12 voice ports. 66: Not Used System System Configuration " Configuration Built-In Voice Mail (VSSC and two VPU/8s) Slot 9=VPU/8 "#$ "#$...
  • Page 63: System Programming (ff1)

    Introduction Introduction 1. System Programming (FF1) Use the FF1 programming addresses in this chapter to set system-wide System System Configuration parameters for the DBS 576: Configuration FF1 0: System Common FF1 0 01 General 1 FF1 0 02 General 2 FF1 0 03 Extension COS Definitions System...
  • Page 64 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 0 01 0008 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Virtual Key LED: Answer Control #2 1 (Free-up key) 1-13 Introduction Introduction FF1 0 01 0009 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Floating Hold on Trunk Key 0 (Disabled) 1-14 FF1 0 01 0010 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 65 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming FF1 0 03 (00-15) 05 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Exclusive Hold for Non- 0 (System Hold) 1-40 Introduction Introduction Appearing CO FF1 0 03 (00-15) 06 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Exclusive Hold on SLTs 0 (System Hold) 1-41 FF1 0 03 (00-15) 07 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 66 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 0 03 (00-15) 48 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: OHVA 0 (Allowed) 1-72 Introduction Introduction FF1 0 03 (00-15) 49 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: OHVA Answer 0 (Allowed) 1-73 FF1 0 03 (00-15) 50 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Call-Waiting Answer at 1 (Not Allowed)
  • Page 67 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 12, 13, and 14: MOH Source 1-96 FF1 0 12 (0001-0072) Hold (0-3) Hold MOH Source for CO Trunks 0 (Internal single 1-96 tone) FF1 0 13 (0001-0072) Hold (0-3) Hold MOH Source for Tie-Lines 0 (Internal single 1-97...
  • Page 68 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 1 01 0008 Hold (1-255) Hold Outpulse Delay Timer (analog Tie-Lines/ 1 (second) 1-119 Introduction Introduction (Immediate-Start) FF1 1 01 0009 Hold (1-255) Hold Pre-Pause Timer (ISDN CO) 30 (seconds) 1-120 FF1 1 01 0010 Hold (1-255) Hold Interdigit Timer (ARS and ISDN CO) 10 (seconds) 1-120...
  • Page 69 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 1 04: Extension Timer 2 1-145 FF1 1 04 0001 Hold (0-255) Hold Hold Recall Start Timer (Extensions) 120 (seconds) 1-145 FF1 1 04 0002 Hold (0-255) Hold Hold Recall Start Timer (Attendant Group) 20 (seconds) 1-145 FF1 1 04 0003 Hold (0-255) Hold...
  • Page 70 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1- DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) 0 (none) 1-171 Introduction Introduction 72) Hold FF1 4 05 (0001-0192) Hold (setting) Hold DID Dialing to ISDN “S” Point 1-172 FF1 4 06 0001 Hold (0-3) Hold 3rd-party VM: DID Number Automatic Send 0 (do not send 1-174...
  • Page 71: Ff1 0: System Common

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0: System Common System System FF1 0 01: General 1 Configuration Configuration System System Splash Tone: Voice Calls $% ! &!' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system will issue a “splash” tone to alert called-party extensions of a voice call (on-speaker).
  • Page 72 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Phones set to DND will not receive pages. However, phones set to Call (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and higher) Forward-All will receive pages. Related Programming: System System Page Override (pg. 1-28) FF1 0 02 0012 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 73 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: Extension COS: Busy Override Send (pg. 1-56) FF1 0 03 (00-15) 27 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System Busy Override on Trunk Key (pg. 3-9) FF3 0 BSSC 04 03 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 74 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Exclusive Hold for Non-Appearing CO (pg. 1-40) FF1 0 03 (00-15) 05 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System System Virtual Key LED: Answer Control #1 % Configuration Configuration &-, #)%  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether all FF-key line appearances for a Virtual Port will extinguish or stay lit when an incoming call to the Virtual Port is answered.
  • Page 75: Table 1-1. Interaction Between Virtual Key Led Answer Control #1 And #2 Settings

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Table 1-1. Interaction between Virtual Key LED Answer Control #1 and #2 settings Introduction Introduction Answer Control #1 Answer Control #2 Result: (all phones) (answering phone only) FF1 0 01 0007 Hold (0/1) Hold FF1 0 01 0008 Hold (0/1) Hold An incoming call to the Virtual Port will ring on all 0=free-up FF-key (unlit) 0=stay lit (busy)
  • Page 76 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Floating Hold on Trunk Key & /-! ",! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Floating Hold on a trunk FF-key by pressing the HOLD key. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 01 0009 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Disable Floating Hold on Trunk FF-key (via HOLD).
  • Page 77 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Hot Line/MCO Preference for “ON/OFF” Key #)0#"" !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether system will seize an MCO trunk when ON/OFF is pressed on a digital keyphone. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 78 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Built-In VM: Voice Mail Access Key &2 3 #)%  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict the ability to call the Built-In Voice Mail system by pressing an FF-key programmed for Built-In VM access. System System Configuration...
  • Page 79 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Built-In VM: Message Retrieve Key &2 3 #)% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict the ability to retrieve messages in Built-In Voice Mail by pressing the MSG key. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 80 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Handset Mute % . 2- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Handset Mute. Applies to Tone Calling only. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 01 0017 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Disable Handset Mute.
  • Page 81 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction ISDN Outgoing Control & ) -6 #)% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable automatic dialing when a digit string dialed on an ISDN trunk or extension matches an Automatic Route Selection (ARS) entry. System System Configuration...
  • Page 82 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF61-FF66 Floating Keys 1-6 Introduction Introduction FF67-FF71 Paging Groups 0-4 FF72 System Mode (Day/Night) Switch. If this address is enabled, the following automatic assignments apply to EM/24 Units: System System FF1-FF24 Ext. Nos., from smallest Ext.No. as FF1, to largest Ext. No. as FF60. If there are less Configuration Configuration than 60 extensions, the remaining FF-keys (up to FF60) will be blank.
  • Page 83 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Private Calls: The caller has blocked their own Caller ID information. Out-of-Area Calls: The CO does not support Caller ID data, so the information is not sent. System System Related Programming: Configuration Configuration Caller ID Log Extensions (pg.
  • Page 84: Ff1 0 02: General 2

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 02: General 2 System System Configuration Configuration Trunk Numbering %3 )-8 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the system-wide digit length of trunk numbers. System System FF1 0 02 0001 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=2-digit trunk numbering.
  • Page 85 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction SSD Common Block for MCO Tenant Groups (pg. 1-100) FF1 0 16 0001 Hold (0-800) Hold SSD Block Assignment (pg. 1-100) FF1 0 17 (0001-0144) Hold (0-799 or 0-800) Hold SSD Numbers (pg. 8-46) FF8 1 02 Hold 0 Hold Hold (SSD) Hold FLASH (Phone No.) Hold System System...
  • Page 86 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming If this address is set to “1” (system automatically accesses a trunk), the trunk will be automatically Introduction Introduction chosen from MCO-1 when the user presses the SSD/PSD number or key. In order to program an intercom call into a speed dial bin, you must enter the Intercom access code in front of the extension number.
  • Page 87 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Assuming the above address is left at default 1=Enable ... (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and higher) Introduction Introduction Auto Answer will apply (the ability to answer the incoming call simply by picking up the handset), as long as the BLF key is enabled for ringing in the Trunk FF-Key addresses in FF4.
  • Page 88 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Step Calling: Intercom Calls  *:% 6 ,, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Step Calling for intercom calls. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 02 0008 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Disable Step Calling for intercom calls.
  • Page 89 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System ARS/LCR Setting Configuration Configuration /05 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether Automatic Route Selection (ARS) will apply to outbound calls using the 1st-priority (MCO-1) trunk access code (“9” by default). System System FF1 0 02 0010 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 90 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Advanced Routing: “Chains” of up to 5 MCO trunk groups can be searched when the user dials an MCO access code to seize an outside line. These MCO Trunk Group Chains are built in FF1 3 02 (0001- 0360) Hold (0-99) Hold (pg.
  • Page 91: Ff2 0: Analog Trunks (e&m Tie)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Paging Answer on Tie-Line %* $ #)% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system receiving the page will send back an answer signal to the system originating the page, on an E&M tie-line. System System Configuration...
  • Page 92 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DISA Invalid Number / *!  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set system action for invalid DISA calls received. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 02 0015 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Handled as a multiple-incoming call.
  • Page 93 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System DISA No-Answer Timeout % Configuration Configuration / )! /; (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set system action for unanswered DISA calls (an extension does not answer a DISA call before the No-Answer Timer expires). System System FF1 0 02 0017 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 94 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Multiple-Incoming Ringing: An incoming trunk call will ring on all extensions that have a CO or Introduction Introduction MCO line appearance (FF-key) for that trunk. CO trunks and MCO trunk groups are assigned to FF- keys in FF4.
  • Page 95 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) (pg. 1-169) FF1 4 02 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (pg. 1-171) FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold System System Configuration...
  • Page 96 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) (pg. 1-169) FF1 4 02 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (pg. 1-171) FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold System System Configuration...
  • Page 97: Ff1 0 03: Extension Cos Definitions

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 03: Extension COS Definitions NOTE: Based on their initial default values, Extension Class of Service (COS) No. 15 (setting “14” in the addresses below) is intended for Built-In Voice Mail System System and Built-In ACD ports.
  • Page 98 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming FF1 0 03 (00-15) 28 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Manual Camp-On Send 0 (Allowed) pg. 1-57 Introduction Introduction FF1 0 03 (00-15) 29 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS: Manual Camp-On Receive 0 (Allowed) pg.
  • Page 99 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Tone Calling: The called extension answers by picking up the handset or pressing ON/OFF. Voice Calling: The called extension can hear the caller on speaker; both parties can begin talking immediately (no action necessary). System System The end-user can toggle between Tone and Voice by dialing “1”...
  • Page 100 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming If Onhook Transfer is disabled, the user must press PROG or RELEASE before hanging up, in order to Introduction Introduction transfer the call. An SLT requires Onhook Transfer to be enabled (set to “0”). Related Programming: System System Extension COS: Onhook Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer (pg.
  • Page 101 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Onhook Transfer at Camp-On  ))#) .3 6 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to perform Onhook Transfer by a camp-on to the called party. System System Configuration...
  • Page 102 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Exclusive Hold for Non- )).!, %6 3%5 Appearing CO <))=#   > (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Set call holding type when the HOLD key is pressed during a non-appearing Configuration Configuration CO trunk call, on digital keyphone extensions in this Class of Service (COS).
  • Page 103 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Exclusive Hold on SLTs  )).!, %6 5% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set call holding type when a hookflash (to place a call on hold) is performed on SLT extensions in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration...
  • Page 104 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Brokers Hold on SLTs % ))7!4? .!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set call holding type when a second hookflash is performed on SLT extensions in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration...
  • Page 105 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Hookflash Control on SLTs  ))5% .!!4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict hookflash on SLT extensions in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 03 (00-15) 08 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS Nos.
  • Page 106 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: SSD Numbers (pg. 8-46) FF8 1 02 Hold 0 Hold Hold (SSD) Hold FLASH (Phone No.) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: SSD Assignment to MCO ))1@ / System System Tenant Groups...
  • Page 107 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: SSD Dialing )) % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to dial System Speed Dial numbers. System System Configuration...
  • Page 108 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Intercom Redialing  )), %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to redial intercom calls. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 03 (00-15) 12 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 109 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction If this Direct Trunk Access is set to “1” (Do not allow), use the MCO Outgoing Group (press the MCO key) to seize a trunk. Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Tenant Group MCO Access: Outbound Trunk Groups (pg. 1-164) FF1 3 01 (0001-0360) Hold (0-99 or 0-72) Hold System...
  • Page 110 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Paging ))$ (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to issue a page. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 03 (00-15) 15 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS Nos.
  • Page 111 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Auto-Repeat Dialing requires a digital key phone. Auto Repeat Dialing: Place a call to a busy party. Stay in monitor mode and press REDIAL. System automatically redials the number, and repeats redialing until ringback is heard or 14 auto-repeat attempts have been made.
  • Page 112 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: DND Set/Clear (Other)  ))) ( #9 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the extension’s ability to place another phone in DND. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 03 (00-15) 18 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Extension COS Nos.
  • Page 113 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Phones set to Call Forward-All will hear pages. (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and higher) Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: Call Forward/No Answer  ))"A )! /) System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   >...
  • Page 114 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Call Forward/Busy  ))"A 7- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to set or clear Call Forward/Busy. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 115 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: User Log-In  ))B 5!  System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to change User Maintenance settings by entering the User Log-In code.
  • Page 116 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Priority Message Waiting  ))21 A Send (VM) <))=#   > (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to send a Configuration Configuration Priority Message-Waiting indication to other extensions.
  • Page 117 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Message Waiting Send  ))21 A (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to send a Message-Waiting indication to other extensions. System System Configuration...
  • Page 118 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System Mode Display (pg. 3-17) FF3 0 BSSC 04 16 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: Busy Override Send % )))% #( System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   >...
  • Page 119 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Manual Camp-On Send  ))6 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to camp onto other extensions by dialing the Camp-On (Call Waiting) code. System System Configuration...
  • Page 120 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Manual Camp-On Receive & ))6 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to receive camp-ons from other extensions. System System Configuration...
  • Page 121 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Callback Request: (also called “Station Queuing”) Dial a busy extension. Before hanging up, dial the Callback Request code (“3” by default). When the called extension becomes idle, your phone will start ringing. When you pick up, the system will automatically ring the called extension. When they pick up, you’ll be connected to them.
  • Page 122 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Trunk Queuing  ))%3 D-- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to use the Trunk Queuing feature. System System Configuration...
  • Page 123 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Manual DND Override Send ))) #( (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to manually override a Do-Not-Disturb (DND) setting on another extension. System System Configuration...
  • Page 124 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System Extension COS: Manual DND Override Send (pg. 1-61) FF1 0 03 (00-15) 33 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System Configuration Configuration System System Extension COS: 8-Party Conference )) $ #)" (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   >...
  • Page 125 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Voice Call Send  ))&!' ,, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to place voice intercom calls to other extensions. System System Configuration...
  • Page 126 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Voice Call Receive % ))&!' ,, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Allow/Restrict the ability of extensions in this Class of Service (COS) to receive voice intercom calls from other extensions. System System Configuration...
  • Page 127 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration & Extension COS: Dial Tone Pre-Pause Check ))% $ $- System System <))=#   > (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) will be subject to a timeout between off-hook/dial tone and the first dialed digit.
  • Page 128 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Long Talk Alarm  ))5!%,4 /52 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) will hear an alarm tone in the handset receiver after an outbound call exceeds the Long Talk Alarm Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 129 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Recall Timer Apply  ))',, % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set which Recall Timer will be used for extensions in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 130 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Forced ARS  ))"!' / (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether Automatic Route Selection (ARS) will be forced for extensions in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration...
  • Page 131 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: API Event Reporting  ))/$ *( (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > NOTE: This address is for future use. Set whether extension events will be sent to the API port. System System Configuration...
  • Page 132 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: Onhook Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer  System System ))#) .3 %3!%3 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) can perform Trunk-to-Trunk Transfers.
  • Page 133 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Station Call Park Answer  ))@$4 /; (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) can pick up a call in Station Park.
  • Page 134 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Station Call Park Transfer % ))@$4 %" (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) can transfer a parked call to another extension. System System Configuration...
  • Page 135 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Extension COS: OHVA Answer & ))#.&/ /; System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) can answer an Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA).
  • Page 136 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS: Call-Waiting Answer at HOLD )),, A /) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether extensions in this Class of Service (COS) can answer a Call-Waiting by pressing HOLD key. System System Configuration...
  • Page 137: Ff1 0 04: Trunk Cos Definitions

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 04: Trunk COS Definitions NOTE: The following Trunk Class of Service (COS) addresses apply to all trunk types: analog CO trunks, E&M tie lines, T1-CO, T1-E&M, and T-point System System ISDN. Configuration Configuration When you enter the address number 00-15 for the desired COS No.
  • Page 138 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern for trunks ... (pg. 2-13) for analog CO trunks FF2 0 BSSC 01 12 Hold (0-12) Hold (pg. 2-63) for ISDN trunks FF2 1 BSSC 02 02 Hold (0-12) Hold (pg.
  • Page 139 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk COS: Fast-Busy Tone to Tie-Line ))"7% #)% %* (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether the system will send fast-busy tone or disconnect the line when errors (such as wrong dialing) occur on a tie-line trunk in this System System Configuration...
  • Page 140 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction There are two DID/DNIS tables available. This parameter determines which table to use for the related COS. For instance, Table “A” could be used for DID, and Table “B” for DNIS. Related Programming: System System Configuration...
  • Page 141 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction  Trunk COS: DISA ID Verification ))9'4 /  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher <))=#   > Set whether DISA ID codes (both incoming and outgoing) will be verified on trunks in this Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration...
  • Page 142: Ff1 0 05: Serial Ports

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 05: Serial Ports System System Configuration Configuration Serial Port 1: Data Format $ "! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set data transmission format for Serial Port 1. System System FF1 0 05 0001 Hold (0-7) Hold 0 = 7 bits...
  • Page 143 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Serial Port 1: Baud Rate  $7-  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set data transmission speed (bits per second) for Serial Port 1. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0002 Hold (0-5) Hold 0=300 bps 1=600 bps System...
  • Page 144 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Serial Port 1: Echo Control (future use)  $*'9! !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable echo for Serial Port 1. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0004 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Echo Off (no response) (default) 1=Echo On (response for echo) System...
  • Page 145 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction % RAI Serial Port: Data Format / "! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set data transmission format for the Remote Administration Interface (RAI) serial port. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0017 Hold (0-7) Hold 0 = 7 bits -- even parity -- 2 stop bits...
  • Page 146 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction & RAI Serial Port: Protocol /2! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set protocol for the RAI serial port. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0019 Hold (0-2) Hold 0=No order (default) 1=Originate mode System System...
  • Page 147 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction RAI Serial Port: Maximum Input Digits  / 59 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the maximum number of digits that can be sent from the RAI serial port. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0021 Hold (1-255) Hold...
  • Page 148 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Programmed Data to Serial Port (pg. 1-89) FF1 0 06 0003 Hold (0-2) Hold Introduction Introduction Bus Monitor Data to Serial Port (pg. 1-90) FF1 0 06 0005 Hold (0-2) Hold System System  Serial Port 2: Baud Rate $ 7-  Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 149 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction  Serial Port 2: Echo Control $ *'9! !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable echo for Serial Port 2. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 05 0036 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Echo Off;...
  • Page 150: Ff1 0 06: Serial Port Output Data

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 06: Serial Port Output Data NOTE: Serial Port 1 is the “CN5” RS-232C connector on the SCC Card. Serial Port 2 is the “CN6” RS-232C connector on the SCC Card. These serial System System ports can be used for separate printer and modem connections.
  • Page 151 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Programmed Data to Serial Port Configuration $!  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the serial port (if any) to receive programmed settings. System System FF1 0 06 0003 Hold (0-2) Hold 0=none 1=Serial Port 1...
  • Page 152 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Bus Monitor Data to Serial Port 7- 2!! <)> (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the serial port (if any) to receive bus monitor data. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 06 0005 Hold (0-2) Hold 0=none 1=Serial Port 1 System...
  • Page 153: Ff1 0 07 And 08: Pbx Parameters

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 07 and 08: PBX Parameters System System Configuration Configuration Auto Pause Position Behind PBX $7: $- !  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set where a pause will be inserted in automatically-dialed numbers such as System PBX access codes, SSD numbers, Redial, and PSD numbers.
  • Page 154 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction PBX Trunk Access Codes & $7: !  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define up to 6 PBX trunk access codes that, when dialed, will access a trunk line in DBS 576 systems installed behind a PBX. System System (to clear current...
  • Page 155: Ff1 0 09: Smdr Output Format

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 09: SMDR Output Format SMDR Output Format System System 2 "! Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Select the format (if any) for SMDR data output. FF1 0 09 0001 Hold (0-2) Hold System System 0=no SMDR output...
  • Page 156: Ff1 0 10 And 11: Call Restriction Between Cos

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 10 and 11: Call Restriction Between COS System System Configuration Configuration Call Restriction Between Extension COS % *@#  E (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict intercom calling between extensions, based on their assigned Class of Service (COS).
  • Page 157 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Call Restriction Between Trunk COS % @#  E (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict calling between trunks (such as trunk-to-trunk transfers or Call Forward/Outside) based on the trunk’s Class of Service (COS). System System Configuration...
  • Page 158: Ff1 0 12, 13, And 14: Moh Source

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 12, 13, and 14: MOH Source System System MOH Source for CO Trunks % # 2#. Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Select the Music-On-Hold (MOH) source heard by CO trunk callers on hold, based on the MCO Tenant Group assigned to the trunk.
  • Page 159 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction MOH Source for Tie-Lines % %* 2#. (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Select the Music-On-Hold (MOH) source heard by tie-line trunk callers on hold, based on the MCO Tenant Group assigned to the trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 160 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction MOH Source for Intercom Calls % *:% 2#. (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Select the Music-On-Hold (MOH) source heard by intercom callers on hold, based on the MCO Tenant Group assigned to the extension. System System Configuration...
  • Page 161: Ff1 0 15, 16, And 17: Ssd Blocks

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 15, 16, and 17: SSD Blocks NOTE: Use these addresses to set up groups or “blocks” of SSD numbers, and assign them to MCO Tenant Groups. You can also set up an “SSD System System common block”...
  • Page 162 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction SSD Common Block for MCO Tenant Groups !!   (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the number of System Speed Dial (SSD) bins allowed for all MCO Tenant Groups. System System Configuration...
  • Page 163: Table 1-4. Ssd Blocks (ff1 0 17)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Table 1-4. SSD Blocks (FF1 0 17) Introduction Introduction Address for default for Address for default for for Block No. Starting SSD Starting SSD count of SSDs SSD count 0001 0002 0003 0004 System System Configuration Configuration 0005...
  • Page 164 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Address for default for Address for default for Introduction Introduction for Block No. Starting SSD Starting SSD count of SSDs SSD count 0079 0080 0081 0082 0083 0084 System System 0085 0086 Configuration Configuration 0087 0088 0089 0090...
  • Page 165: Ff1 0 18: Synchronized Clock

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 18: Synchronized Clock System System Synchronized Clock  C) ,!'4 Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Prioritize clock sources that will synchronize with the CO. FF1 0 18 (0001-0003) Hold (BSS/C) Hold System System Cabinet/Slot/Trunk Port No.
  • Page 166: Ff1 0 19: Trs Class For Forced Account Codes

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 19: TRS Class for Forced Account Codes System System TRS Class for Forced Account Codes % ! " / Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the TRS Class that will be followed when Account codes are Forced, but the Account Code is not entered for an outgoing call.
  • Page 167: Ff1 0 20: Ext.no. Display For Closed-number Calls

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 20: Ext.No. Display for Closed-Number Calls System System Configuration Configuration Ext.No. Display for Closed-Number Calls ,! 6, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the closed-numbered digits to use in the system’s Extension Directory. Based on the digits, the system will look up the extension name within its own System System...
  • Page 168: Ff1 0 21: Ring Alarm For Unanswered Calls

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 21: Ring Alarm for Unanswered Calls System System Configuration Configuration Ring Alarm Frequency  /52 "*D (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ringing frequency that will begin after an incoming call rings unanswered for longer than the Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer.
  • Page 169 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Alarm Pattern   /52 $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring pattern that will begin after an incoming call rings unanswered for longer than the Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 170: Ff1 0 22: Dealer Programming Id Code

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 22: Dealer Programming ID Code System Dealer Programming ID Code &&&& System $!  ! Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ID code for entering dealer programming: ON/OFF PROG ** [Code] FF1 0 22 0001 Hold (0000-9999) Hold System System...
  • Page 171: Ff1 0 23 And 24: Voice Mail Codes

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 23 and 24: Voice Mail Codes System VM Answer Supervision Code System &2 /; , Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the Answer Supervision code for 3rd Party Voice Mail. FF1 0 23 0001 Hold (0000-9999) Hold System System...
  • Page 172 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction FF-Key Feature Assignment (Digital Keyphones, SLTs, EM24s) (pg. 4-7) FF4 0 BSSC 0 (01-32) Hold FLASH (Code) Hold Call-Forward ID Codes for Voice Mail (pg. 8-51) FF8 1 05 Hold Hold (Ext.No.) Hold FLASH (up to 16 char.) Hold System System...
  • Page 173 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Two different Transfer Keys can be programmed for 3rd-party Voice Mail systems. Transfer Code #1 (74 + nnnn) transfers a call to a specific voice mail port. Transfer Code #2 (75 + nnnn) transfers a call to the Voice Mail pilot number.
  • Page 174: Ff1 0 25: Caller Id Add Digits

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 25: Caller ID Add Digits System Caller ID Log Outgoing Add Digits System  / , Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the digits (up to 4) that will be added to the beginning of an outgoing Caller ID number (selected from the displayed Caller ID Log).
  • Page 175: Ff1 0 26: Disa Id Codes

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 0 26: DISA ID Codes System System Configuration Configuration DISA ID Code Numbering /   (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the digit length of DISA ID Codes. System System FF1 0 26 0001 Hold (0-10) Hold...
  • Page 176 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DISA ID Codes and TRS Assignments  / ! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher /% , Enter up to 16 valid DISA Security Codes, each of which can be dialed by a DISA caller to obtain access to an outside line after calling in to the system.
  • Page 177: Ff1 1: System Timers

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 1: System Timers System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 01: Trunk Timer 1 System System 1. 1. Flash Timer 1 for Trunk Line ",9 %  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Trunks Trunks Set the length of time a flash signal to a trunk line will last when the...
  • Page 178 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction  Flash Timer 2 for Trunk Line ",9 % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of time a flash signal to a trunk line will last when the extension user depresses FL/R key (U.K./Hong Kong) or FLASH or PROG key (U.S.).
  • Page 179: Pause Timer

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction  Flash Timer for Auto-Repeat Dial / ",9 % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of time a flash signal to a trunk line will last during Auto-Repeat Dial. System System Configuration...
  • Page 180 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Call Duration Timer (analog CO) ,, -! # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of time the system will wait before starting call duration timing for outbound CO analog trunk calls, if the CO does not send back an answer signal System System Configuration...
  • Page 181 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Outpulse Delay Timer (analog CO) % , , # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of a pause before outpulsing dialed digits for speed dial, or after an analog CO trunk is seized in a MCO trunk group. System System Configuration...
  • Page 182 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction & Pre-Pause Timer (ISDN CO) ) $ $- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of time the system will wait for the first dialed digit after an ISDN (CO) trunk is seized. System System Configuration...
  • Page 183 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher FF1 1 01 0011 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration  FF1 1 01 0012 Hold )! B System System Trunks Trunks Wink Wait Timer (analog Tie-Lines) A4 A / %*...
  • Page 184 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction  Start Timer for CO Busy Tone Detect / 7%  (Auto-Repeat Dial) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Set the length of time the system will wait after the last auto-dialed digit is sent to Configuration Configuration the CO (on an analog trunk) during an Auto-Repeat Dial, before starting the...
  • Page 185 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction CO Busy Tone Detect Timer (Auto-Repeat Dial) / 7% % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the length of time the system will wait for a busy tone signal from the CO after the Start Timer for CO Busy Tone Detect (Auto-Repeat Dial) (see previous address) has System System...
  • Page 186 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF OFF: Pattern #1 % & %2"  #"" % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the pause between DTMF signals for digits dialed during an outbound call. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 01 0017 Hold (1-255) Hold (value=setting x 5ms):...
  • Page 187 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction  DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #2 %2" #)0#"" (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signal pattern for digits dialed during an outbound call. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 01 0018 Hold (1-255) Hold (value=setting x 125ms): 1 = (1 x 125 ms) = 125 on/125 off (default) 2 = (2 x 125 ms) = 250 on/250 off...
  • Page 188 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction & DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #3 %2" #)0#"" (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signal pattern for digits dialed during an outbound call. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 01 0019 Hold (1-255) Hold (value=setting x 125ms): 1 = (1 x 125 ms) = 125 on/125 off 2 = (2 x 125 ms) = 250 on/250 off (default)
  • Page 189: Ff1 1 02: Trunk Timer 2

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 1 02: Trunk Timer 2 System System Configuration Configuration DISA No-Answer Timer #1 / ) /) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait before changing an unanswered DISA call to multiple-incoming ringing.
  • Page 190 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming DISA ID Code Numbering (pg. 1-113) FF1 0 26 0001 Hold (0-10) Hold Introduction Introduction DISA ID Codes and TRS Assignments (pg. 1-114) FF1 0 26 (0002-0033) Hold (up to 10 digits or 1-50) Hold Trunk COS: Incoming Ring Tone Source (pg.
  • Page 191 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction CO Delayed Ring Timer (Day1) ,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will ring an extension receiving an incoming call during Day1 mode, before moving the call to the Delayed Ring position. System System Configuration...
  • Page 192 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Day2 Delayed Ring Type/Destination ... for analog CO trunks (pg. 2-32) FF2 0 BSSC 04 2 Hold (0-4) Hold (0-9999) Hold for ISDN trunks (pg. 2-79) FF2 1 BSSC 05 2 Hold (0-4) Hold (0-9999) Hold for T1 CO trunks (pg.
  • Page 193 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction CO Delayed Ring Timer (Busy)   5 7- % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will queue an incoming call on a busy extension, before moving to the delayed-ring position. System System Configuration...
  • Page 194 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction % Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer (Day1) ,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long an incoming call will ring unanswered before moving to the Slide Ring position(s) or to the Alarm Ring frequency/pattern during Day1 mode. System System Configuration...
  • Page 195 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer (Day2)  ,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long an unanswered incoming call will ring before moving to the Slide Ring position(s) or to the Alarm Ring frequency/pattern during Day2 mode. System System Configuration...
  • Page 196 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System Ring Alarm Frequency (pg. 1-106) FF1 0 21 0001 Hold (0-6) Hold System Configuration Configuration Ring Alarm Pattern (pg. 1-107) FF1 0 21 0002 Hold (0-12) Hold Alarm Ringing (pg. 2-24) on analog CO trunks FF2 0 BSSC 02 13 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Slide Ringing (pg.
  • Page 197 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Long Talk Alarm #2 Timer 5! %,4 /52 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the interval between subsequent Long Talk Alarm tones (after the first tone is sent to the extension during the outbound call -- see previous address). System System Configuration...
  • Page 198 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Trunk COS: Paging on DISA/Tie-Line Call (pg. 1-78) FF1 0 04 (00-15) 05 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Paging Group Members (pg. 5-22) FF5 4 (01-10) (02-73) Hold (0-9999) Hold System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 199 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction If this Queuing Timer expires before a trunk becomes available, the call will either move to the next queuing level or the caller will receive busy tone, depending on ARS settings. Related Programming: System System Configuration...
  • Page 200: Ff1 1 03: Extension Timer 1

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 1 03: Extension Timer 1 System System Configuration Configuration Call Forward/DND Confirmation Tone Timer "A0) %! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the duration of the Call Forwarding tone or Do-Not-Disturb confirmation tone sent to an extension when the user goes off-hook or presses ON/OFF while Call System System...
  • Page 201 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Pre-Pause Timer at Internal Dial Tone $ $- 5%$ System System (DP SLTs) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait for the first digit to be dialed on a dial-pulse SLT Trunks Trunks during internal dial tone, before it sends fast-busy.
  • Page 202 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Pre-Pause Timer at Internal Dial Tone  $ $- 5%$7 (DTMF SLTs) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Set how long the system will wait for the first digit to be dialed on a DTMF SLT Configuration Configuration during internal dial tone, before it sends fast-busy.
  • Page 203 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Interdigit Timer (DP SLTs)  Configuration  5%$ (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait between dialed digits on a dial-pulse SLT before it sends a re-order tone.
  • Page 204 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Interdigit Timer (DTMF SLTs) %  5%$7 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait between dialed digits on a DTMF SLT before it sends a re-order tone. System System This address does not apply to calls routed through ARS.
  • Page 205 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction ARS/LCR Setting (pg. 1-27) FF1 0 02 0010 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System System Configuration & Configuration DTMF Receiver Queuing Timer %2"0 5% $7 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait for an available DTMF receiver circuit when a DTMF SLT user goes off-hook.
  • Page 206 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction  SLT Off Hook Signal Interval 5% )2 ! 7- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time between “beeps” heard in the receiver of an SLT phone currently engaged in an intercom or trunk call, indicating another call System System Configuration...
  • Page 207: Ff1 1 04: Extension Timer 2

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 1 04: Extension Timer 2 System System Configuration Configuration  Hold Recall Start Timer (Extensions) .!, 5  3%*5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time the system will wait before recalling an extension System System for a call on hold.
  • Page 208 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System FF5 0: Attendant Hunt Group (pg. 5-3) System Configuration Configuration Hold Recall Start Timer (SLTs) .!, 5  5% System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time the system will wait before recalling an SLT for a call on hold.
  • Page 209 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Transfer Recall Start Timer (Extensions/SLTs)  %" 5  *:% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time the system will wait before recalling a digital or SLT extension for an unanswered call transfer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 210 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction  Hold/Transfer Recall Ringing Duration Timer .!,0%" ',, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time a recall from hold or transfer will last before reverting to an Attendant or extension. System System Configuration...
  • Page 211 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction  Call Forward/No Answer Timer (Day1) " )! /)   (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time a call will ring unanswered before being call-forwarded during Day1 mode. System System Configuration...
  • Page 212 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Call Forward/No Answer Timer (Night) " )! /) )9 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time a call will ring unanswered before being call-forwarded during Night mode. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 213 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Trunk Queuing: Dial a trunk access code to seize a trunk. If you hear busy tone instead, dial the Trunk Introduction Introduction Queuing code and hang up. Your phone will issue an alert tone when the trunk becomes available. Pick up the handset to accept it (you’ll hear CO dial tone in the receiver).
  • Page 214 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction  Timed Reminder Interval for Busy Extensions  ',, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time between Timed Reminder rings at busy extensions. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 04 0013 Hold (0-255) Hold 0 = 5 seconds 1 = 1 second...
  • Page 215 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Howler Tone Duration Timer (Extensions)  .!;,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long a “howler” tone lasts. System System Configuration Configuration FF1 1 04 0016 Hold (0-255) Hold 0 = 5 seconds 1 = 1 second System...
  • Page 216: Ff1 2: Dial Plan

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 2: Dial Plan System System Maximum/Minimum Dialing at Intercom Dial Tone Configuration Configuration ,  2+ (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the maximum and minimum number of digits that can be dialed by the end-user during intercom dial tone.
  • Page 217: Table 1-6. Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes At Dial Tone (ff1 2 02)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes at Dial Tone %  /'' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define Flexible Feature Codes that can be dialed during dial tone on extensions assigned to Dial Plan A. System System Configuration...
  • Page 218 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming    0007 MCO-4 trunk selection Introduction Introduction    0008 MCO-5 trunk selection    0009 Specified Trunk Access    0010 Not Used (all CPCs - below Version 1.3)  ! "  SLT Flash Send to CO (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and up) System System...
  • Page 219: Table 1-7. Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes At Dial Tone (ff1 2 03)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming  ! 2  0048 Voice Mail ID Call Forward Code Set Introduction Introduction  (  0049 Voice Mail Message Code Set  + 2 0050 Remote Maintenance  30 , ! 0051 8-Party Conference  $ '  0052 Walking TRS Access Code System System  #0 ,' %...
  • Page 220 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming     0009 Specified Trunk Access Introduction Introduction     0010 Not Used (all CPCs - below Version 1.3)   ! "  SLT Flash Send to CO (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and up)   # $  %" 0011 Message Waiting Set   # $  ...
  • Page 221: Table 1-8. Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes At Ringback Tone (ff1 2 04)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming   + 2 0050 Remote Maintenance Introduction Introduction   30 , ! 0051 8-Party Conference   $ '  0052 Walking TRS Access Code   #0 ,' % 0053 Station Call Park   #0 ,'  0054 Station Call Park Answer Code #1 (Own EXT.) System System   #0 ,' ...
  • Page 222: Table 1-9. Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes At Ringback Tone (ff1 2 05)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes at 7% &!' ,, Ringback Tone (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Define Flexible Feature Codes that can be dialed during ringback tone on extensions Configuration Configuration assigned to Dial Plan B.
  • Page 223: Table 1-10. Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes At Busy Tone (ff1 2 06)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes at Busy Tone 7% ,,8'4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define Flexible Feature Codes that can be dialed during busy tone on extensions assigned to Dial Plan A. System System Configuration...
  • Page 224: Table 1-11. Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes At Busy Tone (ff1 2 07)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes at Busy Tone 7% ,,8'4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define Flexible Feature Codes that can be dialed during busy tone on extensions assigned to Dial Plan B. System System Configuration...
  • Page 225 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 3: MCO Access in Tenant Groups NOTE: Tenant Groups provide a way to divide the phone system into different System System departments, or even different companies sharing the same phone system, for Configuration Configuration inbound and outbound calls.
  • Page 226: Table 1-12. Trunk Group/chain List Assignment To Tenant Group Mco-1 Thru -5 (ff1 3 01)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Tenant Group MCO Access: Outbound Trunk % 2# %1 Groups (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Assign the trunk group (or trunk group chain, for Advanced Routing) that will Configuration Configuration be seized by dialing MCO access codes 1-5 within each Tenant Group.
  • Page 227 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming 0008 MCO-3 0 (no assignment) Introduction Introduction 0009 MCO-4 0 (no assignment) 0010 MCO-5 0 (no assignment) 0011 Tenant Group 3 MCO-1 0012 MCO-2 0 (no assignment) System 0013 MCO-3 0 (no assignment) System Configuration Configuration 0014 MCO-4...
  • Page 228: Table 1-13. Advanced Routing Trunk Group Chains (outbound Calls) (ff1 3 02)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Table 1-13. Advanced Routing Trunk Group Chains (Outbound Calls) (FF1 3 02) Introduction Introduction Trunk Group Trunk Group Address No. Chain List No. Priority Default 0001 TG Chain List 1 1st-priority TG 0 (no assignment) 0002 2nd-priority TG 0 (no assignment)
  • Page 229: Table 1-14. Mco Trunk Groups (inbound Calls) (ff1 3 03)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction An MCO Tenant Group number is assigned to each extension in FF3 (see Tenant Group Assignment address for each type of extension in FF3). This is how extension ring assignments are accomplished for incoming calls.
  • Page 230 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 4: DID/DNIS Tables System System Configuration Configuration DID/DNIS Numbering (“A” Side) / '(  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the digit string length (1-4) of DID or DNIS numbers in the “A” side table (next page). System System FF1 4 01 0001 Hold (1-4) Hold...
  • Page 231 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Trunk Signal Type ... Introduction Introduction for analog CO trunks (pg. 2-8) FF2 0 BSSC 01 00 Hold (0-3) Hold for T1-CO trunks (pg. 2-87) FF2 2 BSSCC 02 00 Hold (0-3) Hold Day1/Day2/Night Ring Type ... for analog CO trunks (pg.
  • Page 232 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Table 1-15. DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) FF1 4 02 (0001-5756) Introduction Introduction   for DID/DNIS# Address No. Assignment Parameters 66 ( - : 0001 = Digits of DID/DNIS number DID/DNIS No. (0-9999) DID/DNIS#1 66 ; #  0002 = Destination, Day Mode Ext./Virt./Closed No.
  • Page 233 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction See “A” side Notes on pg. 1-168. The same applies to “B” side. Related Programming: System (see “A” side Related Programming on pg. 1-168) System Configuration Configuration DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) 7 &...
  • Page 234: Table 1-16. Did/dnis Dial Table ("b" Side) (ff1 4 04)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Table 1-16. DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (FF1 4 04) Introduction Introduction   for DID/DNIS# Address No. Assignment Parameters &66 ( - : 0001 = Digits of DID/DNIS number DID/DNIS No. (0-9999) DID/DNIS#1 &66 ; #  0002 = Destination, Day Mode Ext./Virt./Closed No.
  • Page 235: Table 1-17. Did Dialing For Isdn "s" Point (ff1 4 05)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction When the extension calls the S-point DID number, the system will call the DID extension number and send the S-point DID number information (see figure below). Figure 1-1: DID Dialing to ISDN S-Point (example) System System S-point...
  • Page 236 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction 3rd-party VM: DID Number Automatic Send /-!  , (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Specify how the system will send the DID number to Voice Mail if the called extension does not answer the incoming DID call, and it is then transferred to VM. System System Configuration...
  • Page 237 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction 3rd-party VM: ID Code Suffix for DID  &2 0- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set an ID Code for 3rd Party Voice Mail, to be sent at the end of the DID number. System System Configuration...
  • Page 238 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF1 8: Digital Pad Settings System System Configuration Configuration Digital Pad Settings for Extension Pad Class *5 *5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set volume adjustments for phone connections between Extension Pad Classes 1-8 (the transmitting end of the connection) and 30 other pad classes System System...
  • Page 239: Table 1-18. Digital Pad Settings For Extension Pad Class 1-8 (ff1 8 01)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Table 1-18. Digital Pad Settings for Extension Pad Class 1-8 (FF1 8 01) Introduction Introduction [AddressNo.:Default] for Extension Pad Class (transmitting end) ... for connection to Ext. Pad Ext. Pad Ext. Pad Ext. Pad Ext. Pad Ext.
  • Page 240 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Digital Pad Settings for Trunk Pad Class %5 *5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set volume adjustments for phone connections between Trunk Pad Classes 1-16 (the transmitting end of the connection) and 30 other pad System System classes (the receiving end of the connection).
  • Page 241: Table 1-19. Digital Pad Settings For Trunk Pad Class 1-8 (ff1 8 02 0001-0240)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment (pg. 2-85) for ISDN trunks FF2 1 BSSC 10 Hold (1-16) Hold Introduction Introduction Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment (pg. 2-115) for T1 CO trunks FF2 2 BSSCC 09 Hold (1-16) Hold Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment (pg.
  • Page 242: Table 1-20. Digital Pad Settings For Trunk Pad Class 9-16 (ff1 8 02 0241-0480)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Table 1-20. Digital Pad Settings for Trunk Pad Class 9-16 (FF1 8 02 0241-0480) Introduction Introduction Address:Default for Trunk Pad Class (transmitting end) ... for connection to Trk. Pad Trk. Pad Trk. Pad Trk. Pad Trk.
  • Page 243: Table 1-21. Digital Pad Settings For Bgm (ff1 8 03)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Digital Pad Settings for BGM 712 *5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set volume adjustments for phone connections between Background Music (BGM) service tone (the transmitting end of the connection) and Extension Pad System System Configuration...
  • Page 244: Table 1-22. Digital Pad Settings For Paging Port Adapter (ff1 8 04)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Digital Pad Settings for Paging Port Adapter $ *5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set volume adjustments for phone connections from the Paging Port Adapter (transmitting end) to Extension/Trunk Pad Classes (receiving end) whenever System System Configuration...
  • Page 245 Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming 0  6 0009 Trunk Pad Class 1 Introduction Introduction 0  6 0010 Trunk Pad Class 2 0  6 0011 Trunk Pad Class 3 0  6 0012 Trunk Pad Class 4 0  6 0013 Trunk Pad Class 5 System System 0  67 Configuration Configuration 0014...
  • Page 246: Table 1-23. Digital Pad Settings For 3-party Conference (ff1 8 05)

    FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System Splash Tone: 3-Party Conference (pg. 1-11) FF1 0 01 0005 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System Configuration Configuration Table 1-23. Digital Pad Settings for 3-Party Conference (FF1 8 05) for connection to   Address No.
  • Page 247: Table 1-24. Digital Pad Settings For 8-party Conference (ff1 8 06)

    Section 400-Programming FF1: System Programming Introduction Introduction Digital Pad Settings for 8-Party Conference  #)" *5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set volume adjustments for phone connections between an extension initiating an 8-Party Conference (transmitting end) and Extension/Trunk System System Configuration...
  • Page 248 FF1: System Programming Section 400-Programming 3 ! 6 0009 Trunk Pad Class 1 Introduction Introduction 3 ! 6 0010 Trunk Pad Class 2 3 ! 6 0011 Trunk Pad Class 3 3 ! 6 0012 Trunk Pad Class 4 3 ! 6 0013 Trunk Pad Class 5 System System 3 ! 67...
  • Page 249 Introduction Introduction 2. Trunk Programming (FF2) Use the FF2 programming addresses in this chapter to set trunk parameters System System Configuration for the DBS 576: Configuration FF2 0: Analog Trunks (CO) FF2 0: Analog Trunks (E&M Tie) FF2 1: ISDN Trunks System System FF2 2: T1 Trunks (CO)
  • Page 250 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming FF2 0 BSSC 02 06 Hold (0 or 1) Hold DTMF After Answer (Link Control) 0 (Allowed) 2-20 Introduction Introduction FF2 0 BSSC 02 07 Hold (0 or 1) Hold CO Dial Tone Simulation 0 (Disabled) 2-21 FF2 0 BSSC 02 08 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 251 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) FF2 0 BSSC 01 16 Hold Not Used 2-44 Introduction Introduction FF2 0 BSSC 01 17 Hold Not Used 2-44 FF2 0 BSSC 01 18 Hold (0-3) Hold Auto Answer Timer 0 (1 second) 2-45 FF2 0 BSSC 01 19 Hold Not Used...
  • Page 252 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming FF2 1 BSSC 03 01 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Auto-Repeat Dial 1 (Allowed) 2-65 Introduction Introduction FF2 1 BSSC 03 02 Hold (0 or 1) Hold SMDR for Outbound Calls 1 (Include) 2-66 FF2 1 BSSC 03 03 Hold (0 or 1) Hold SMDR for Inbound Calls...
  • Page 253 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) FF2 2 BSSCC 02 08 Hold (0-6) Hold Ring Frequency 1 (400/562Hz) 2-92 Introduction Introduction FF2 2 BSSCC 02 09 Hold (0-12) Hold Ring Pattern 1 (1on/3off) 2-93 FF2 2 BSSCC 02 10 Hold (0-2) Hold DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk 1 (Pattern #2) 2-94...
  • Page 254 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming FF2 2 BSSCC 02 00 Hold (0-5) Hold Trunk Signal Type 5 (E&M Wink) 2-117 Introduction Introduction FF2 2 BSSCC 02 01 Hold Not Used 2-118 FF2 2 BSSCC 02 02 Hold FF2 2 BSSCC 02 03 Hold FF2 2 BSSCC 02 04 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Ring Detect Timer 0 (48ms)
  • Page 255: Ff2 0: Analog Trunks (co)

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction FF2 0: Analog Trunks (CO) NOTE: The same FF2 0 addresses are also used for analog E&M tie trunks. However, their settings are different. See page 2-37 for Analog Trunks System System (E&M Tie) settings.
  • Page 256 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk Signal Type $ , %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the analog CO trunk’s signaling type. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 01 00 Hold (0-3) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position 0=Loop Start (default for LS and LS/GS card) B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 257 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Disconnect Detect $   ' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable system detection of disconnect signal (drop in voltage) sent by the CO when the other end disconnects first. Applies to outgoing calls on System System analog Loop-Start or Ground-Start trunks with Loop Detect enabled.
  • Page 258 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ground Start Ring Type $  1  %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the CO supplies the real ringing signal. Applies to Ground-Start trunks, which typically need Tip-Ground for incoming signal. System System Configuration...
  • Page 259 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $  FF2 0 BSSC 01 06 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration $ % FF2 0 BSSC 01 07 Hold )! B $  FF2 0 BSSC 01 08 Hold...
  • Page 260 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Caller ID $  !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the Caller ID feature on this trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 01 10 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position 0=Disable Caller ID.
  • Page 261: Ring Pattern

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $   ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring pattern for incoming calls on this trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 01 12 Hold (0-12) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 262 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk $ %2" $%) %,4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signaling pattern that will apply after an extension user connects to the called party during a CO call on this trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 263 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DTMF ON: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-123) FF1 1 01 0016 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF OFF: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-124) FF1 1 01 0017 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #2 (pg. 1-125) FF1 1 01 0018 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #3 (pg.
  • Page 264 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction While the trunk is guarded, it cannot be used for another call until this Guard Timer has expired. This setting is available only if the Trunk Signal Type is set for “0” (Loop Start) or “1” (Ground Start); it is not available for DID signaling types.
  • Page 265 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Ring Interval for Abandoned Calls $ & 1 !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Specify the timer for recognizing that a ringing incoming call has been abandoned by the caller. If the next ring isn’t received by the time this Timer System System expires, the call will be treated as abandoned (stop ringing).
  • Page 266: Dial Tone Detection

    FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Flash Pattern $  ",9 59 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set which pattern will be used for flash signals to the CO on this trunk. (see System Timers to define Flash Patterns #1 and #2) System System Configuration...
  • Page 267: Call Duration

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Call Duration $  ,, -! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system will use the Call Duration Timer to begin tracking call duration (both on LCD display and in SMDR records) for an outgoing call on this trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 268 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Auto-Repeat Dial $  /-! 6 , (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Auto-Repeat Dialing on this trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 02 05 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position 0=Do not allow Auto-Repeat Dialing.
  • Page 269 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction CO Dial Tone Simulation $  % # % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system sends a simulated CO dial tone to an extension using this trunk (important for DID Wink-Start trunk signaling). System System Configuration...
  • Page 270 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction SMDR for Outbound Calls $  & 2 #-6-0#- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether outbound calls on this trunk will be included in SMDR records. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 02 09 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position...
  • Page 271 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Flash Key Operation $  ",9 !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set what happens when a digital phone user presses the FLASH, PROG or Recall key during a call on this trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 272: Alarm Ringing

    FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction By default, individual extensions are enabled for the Long Talk Alarm (via Extension COS setting). Related Programming: Long Talk Alarm #1 Timer (pg. 1-134) FF1 1 02 0010 Hold (0-255) Hold Long Talk Alarm #2 Timer (pg.
  • Page 273: Slide Ringing

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Slide Ringing $   ,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Slide Ringing for incoming calls on this trunk that ring unanswered for longer than the Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 274 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF Conversion (Outbound Calls) $  $7 !(0#- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the trunk will switch from dial-pulse to DTMF signaling after the called party answers an outgoing call, according to the Call Duration Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 275 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Indirect LCR $  % ' 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (U.K. use only) Enable/Disable the Indirect Least Cost Routing (LCR) function. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 02 17 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Disable Indirect LCR.
  • Page 276 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Day1 Ring Type $   %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the analog CO trunk’s ringing type for incoming calls during Day1 mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 03 0 Hold (0-6) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position...
  • Page 277 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) (pg. 1-169) FF1 4 02 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (pg. 1-171) FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold Extension Number Assignment (pg.
  • Page 278 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Notes: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-28 Introduction Introduction Related Programming: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-28 Night Ring Type System System $  )9  %6 Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the analog CO trunk’s ringing type for incoming calls during Night mode.
  • Page 279 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Day1 Delayed Ring Type $     %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the analog CO trunk’s delayed-ringing type during Day1 mode. NOTE: Day1 Ring Type (pg. 2-28) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple System System Configuration...
  • Page 280 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming CO Delayed Ring Timer ... Introduction Introduction Day1 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0003 Hold (0-255) Hold Day2 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0004 Hold (0-255) Hold Night unanswered calls (pg. 1-130) FF1 1 02 0005 Hold (0-255) Hold Busy (pg.
  • Page 281 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction Night Delayed Ring Type $  )1%   %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the analog CO trunk’s delayed-ringing type during Night mode. NOTE: Night Ring Type (pg. 2-30) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple System System Configuration...
  • Page 282 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Tenant Group Assignment $ % 1!-6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the trunk to a Tenant Group, which will apply when the trunk originates an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 283 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Night) $  )9 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) class to the trunk, applicable during Night mode when the trunk originates an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 284 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment $  %-4 $/ 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Digital Pad Class to the analog trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 08 Hold (1-16) Hold BSSC: Analog (CO) Trunk Position Trunk Digital Pad Class 1-16...
  • Page 285: Ff2 0: Analog Trunks (e&m Tie)

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction FF2 0: Analog Trunks (E&M Tie) NOTE: The same FF2 0 addresses are also used for analog CO trunks. However, their System System settings are different. See page 2-7 for Analog Trunks (CO) settings. Configuration Configuration Trunk Number Assignment...
  • Page 286 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk Signal Type $ , %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the E&M trunk’s signaling type. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 01 00 Hold (0-5) Hold BSSC: E&M Tie Trunk Position 4=E&M Immediate Start B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 287 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Ring Detect Timer $  *% % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time allowed for the system to recognize an incoming call on an E&M tie trunk set for Immediate Start signaling (see Trunk Signal Type). System System Configuration...
  • Page 288 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Balance Control $ % 7,' !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher For impedance matching in balanced networks. Controls sidetone level on the trunk, based on the distance between the phone system and the other end. System System Configuration...
  • Page 289 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $ & FF2 0 BSSC 01 09 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration $ FF2 0 BSSC 01 10 Hold )! B System System Trunks...
  • Page 290 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $   ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (This setting does not apply to E&M tie-trunks.) System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 01 12 Hold (0-12) Hold BSSC: E&M Tie Trunk Position B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 291 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk $ %2" $%) %,4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signaling pattern that will apply after the extension user connects to the called party during a CO call on the E&M tie trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 292 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming DTMF OFF: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-124) FF1 1 01 0017 Hold (1-255) Hold Introduction Introduction DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #2 (pg. 1-125) FF1 1 01 0018 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #3 (pg. 1-126) FF1 1 01 0019 Hold (1-255) Hold System System...
  • Page 293 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Auto Answer Timer $  /-! /) % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait before opening a voice path when the user makes an outgoing call on this trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 294 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF/Dial Pulse Dialing $  , %6 $0$7 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the E&M tie trunk’s signaling type for outbound and inbound dialing. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 02 00 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Dial-pulse, at 10 pps...
  • Page 295 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher FF2 0 BSSC 02 02 Hold $   System System )! B Configuration Configuration $  FF2 0 BSSC 02 03 Hold )! B System System Trunk Connection Type (CO/PBX)
  • Page 296 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF After Answer (Link Control) $   54 !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher For calls on this trunk using pushbutton (DTMF) SLT phones, set whether DTMF signals can be sent through the system after the called party answers. System System Configuration...
  • Page 297 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $   FF2 0 BSSC 02 08 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration System System SMDR for Outbound Calls $  & 2 #-6-0#- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether outbound calls on the E&M tie trunk will be included in SMDR records.
  • Page 298 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System SMDR Data to Serial Port (pg. 1-88) FF1 0 06 0001 Hold (0-2) Hold System Configuration Configuration SMDR Output Format (pg. 1-93) FF1 0 09 0001 Hold (0-2) Hold Flash Key Operation $  System...
  • Page 299 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $   FF2 0 BSSC 02 12 Hold System System )! B Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 02 13 Hold $  )! B $   FF2 0 BSSC 02 14 Hold...
  • Page 300 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF Conversion (Inbound Calls) $   $7 !(0 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the E&M tie trunk will switch from dial-pulse to DTMF signaling after the extension user answers an incoming call. System System Configuration...
  • Page 301 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction FF6 2 05: Digit Modify Table (pg. 6-38) System System Configuration Configuration Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System FF2 0 BSSC 02 18 Hold $   )! B FF2 0 BSSC...
  • Page 302 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $ FF2 0 BSSC 03 1 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration System System Day2 Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Trunks Trunks...
  • Page 303 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Night Ring Type $  )9  %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set ring type for incoming calls on the E&M tie trunk during Night mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC...
  • Page 304 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $  FF2 0 BSSC 04 0 Hold System )! B System Configuration Configuration $  FF2 0 BSSC 04 1 Hold )! B $  FF2 0 BSSC 04 2 Hold...
  • Page 305 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) $  0 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) class to the E&M tie trunk, applicable during Day1 and Day2 modes when the trunk is the originator of an outbound System System Configuration...
  • Page 306 FF2: Trunk Programming (Analog E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk COS Assignment $ % %-4 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Trunk Class of Service (COS) to the E&M tie trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 0 BSSC 07 Hold (1-16) Hold BSSC: E&M Tie Trunk Position Trunk Class of Service No.
  • Page 307: Ff2 1: Isdn Trunks

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction FF2 1: ISDN Trunks System System Configuration Configuration D-Channel Position $ 9 '9$# (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher If using a common D-Channel, identify the PRI ISDN trunk(s) it will control on the System System PRI card (24B).
  • Page 308 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction The D-Channel Position (see above address) must be entered before the D-Channel Interface ID Code can be set. If the D-Channel Position is cleared, the Interface ID Code will be automatically cleared as well.
  • Page 309: Figure 2-1: Bri Point-to-multi-point Connection

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Trunk Connection Type (Pt-to-Pt/MultiPt) $  !'! %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN trunk for Point-to-Point connection (for either BRI or PRI), or Point-to-MultiPoint (BRI only). System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 02 00 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 310 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Frequency $   "F-' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring frequency for the ISDN trunk. Affects ringing pitch on digital phones only. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 02 01 Hold (0-6) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position 0=No Ring...
  • Page 311 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $    ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring pattern for incoming calls on this ISDN trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 02 02 Hold (0-12) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 312 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk $  %2" $%) %,4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signaling pattern that will apply after the extension user connects to the called party during a CO call on the ISDN trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 313 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Trunk Connection Type (CO/PBX) $ %3 %6 #0$7: (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the ISDN trunk connects directly to the CO or is behind a PBX/Centrex. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC...
  • Page 314 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction SMDR for Outbound Calls $  2 #-6-0#- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether outbound calls on the ISDN trunk will be included in SMDR records. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 03 02 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position...
  • Page 315 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Flash Key Operation $  ",9 !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set what happens when a digital phone user presses the FLASH, PROG or Recall key during a call on this trunk. System System Configuration...
  • Page 316 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Long Talk Alarm $ 5! %,4 /, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the alarm tone heard by an extension user during an outbound call on this trunk, if the call lasts longer than the Long Talk Alarm Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 317 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Ring Alarm Frequency (pg. 1-106) FF1 0 21 0001 Hold (0-6) Hold Ring Alarm Pattern (pg. 1-107) FF1 0 21 0002 Hold (0-12) Hold Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer (Day1) (pg. 1-132) FF1 1 02 0007 Hold (0-255) Hold Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer (Day2) (pg.
  • Page 318 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Indirect LCR $  ' 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (U.K. use only) Enable/Disable the Indirect Least Cost Routing (LCR) function on the ISDN trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 03 08 Hold (0 or 1) Hold System...
  • Page 319 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Select 0 (system selects highest-numbered channel) if the CO cannot change channels when Introduction Introduction “glare” occurs. Select 1 (system selects lowest-numbered channel) if the CO can change channels when “glare” occurs. System System Related Programming: Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 320 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Call ID Length $ ,,  59 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ID method by which the CO flags messages sent to the system to keep track of the same inbound or outbound call. System System Configuration...
  • Page 321 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Sub-Address Type $ -8 / %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the coding type used for sub-addressing on the ISDN terminal. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 03 13 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position 0=IA5 coding (default) B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 322 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $  FF2 1 BSSC 03 14 Hold System System )! B Configuration Configuration $ FF2 1 BSSC 03 15 Hold )! B $  FF2 1 BSSC 03 16 Hold System...
  • Page 323 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Day1 Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN trunk’s ringing type for incoming calls during Day1 mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 04 0 Hold (0-6) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position 0=Multiple Incoming (default)
  • Page 324 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) (pg. 1-169) FF1 4 02 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (pg. 1-171) FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold Extension Number Assignment (pg.
  • Page 325 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Notes: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-75 Introduction Introduction Related Programming: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-75 System System Configuration Configuration Night Ring Type $  )9  %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN trunk’s ringing type for incoming calls during Night mode.
  • Page 326 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Day1 Delayed Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN trunk’s delayed-ringing type during Day1 mode. NOTE: Day1 Ring Type (pg. 2-75) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple Incoming” to System System Configuration...
  • Page 327 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) CO Delayed Ring Timer ... Introduction Introduction Day1 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0003 Hold (0-255) Hold Day2 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0004 Hold (0-255) Hold Night unanswered calls (pg. 1-130) FF1 1 02 0005 Hold (0-255) Hold Busy (pg.
  • Page 328 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Night Delayed Ring Type $  )1%   %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN trunk’s delayed-ringing type during Night mode. NOTE: Night Ring Type (pg. 2-77) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple Incoming” System System to set Night Delayed Ringing (DID and DISA do not apply here).
  • Page 329 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Tenant Group Assignment (B-Channel) $  %3 % 1 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the B-channels of an ISDN trunk to Tenant Groups, which will apply when the trunk originates an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 330 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction FF6 1: TRS Class Definitions (pg. 6-15) System System Configuration Configuration TRS Class Assignment (Night) $ % )9 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) class to the trunk, applicable during Night mode when the trunk originates an outbound call (such as DISA).
  • Page 331 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Notes: Introduction Introduction This Trunk COS Assignment controls the ring tone for incoming calls on this trunk - CO ring tone, intercom ring tone, or (for DIL trunks) a specific ring pattern. The Trunk COS also controls various network settings.
  • Page 332 FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Calling Number Office Code $ & # ' ! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Calling Number Office Code to the ISDN trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 09 1 Hold (up to 6 digits) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position Calling Number Office Code...
  • Page 333 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (ISDN) Introduction Introduction Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment $ %-4 $/ 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Digital Pad Class to the ISDN trunk System System Configuration Configuration FF2 1 BSSC 10 Hold (1-16) Hold BSSC: ISDN Trunk Position...
  • Page 334: Ff2 2: T1 Trunks (co)

    FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF2 2: T1 Trunks (CO) NOTE: For T1 point-to-point private networks (trunk connections between 2 or more switches), go to pg. 2-116 for T1 Trunks (E&M Tie). System System Configuration Configuration If the carrier is providing DID/DNIS trunks with E&M signaling, use these T1 Trunks (CO) settings - not the T1 E&M Tie settings.
  • Page 335: Trunk Number Assignment

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Trunk Number Assignment $ %-4 )-8 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a trunk number to each T1 channel. System System (or BLK-DOWN) Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 01 Hold (0-576) Hold BSSCC: T1 (CO) Channel Position Trunk Number 1-576 System...
  • Page 336 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Disconnect Detect (pg. 2-88) FF2 2 BSSCC 02 01 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Dial Pulse Minimum Pause (pg. 2-88) FF2 2 BSSCC 02 02 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Ground Start Ring Type (pg.
  • Page 337 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Notes: Introduction Introduction This setting is available only if the Trunk Signal Type is set for “0” (Loop Start) or “1” (Ground Start); it is not available for DID signaling types. Related Programming: System System Configuration...
  • Page 338: Frame Format

    FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction If CO is set to Immediate Start, system will wait this long before recognizing ring from CO. This setting is available only if the Trunk Signal Type is set for “2” (DID Immediate Start) or “3” (DID Wink Start);...
  • Page 339 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Synchronized Clock (pg. 1-103) FF1 0 18 (0001-0003) Hold (BSS/C) Hold System System Line Coding Configuration Configuration $  % 5 ! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the clear-channel format ordered from the CO (assign to Channel #1). System System FF2 2 BSSCC...
  • Page 340 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Frequency $    "F-' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring frequency for incoming calls on the T1 channel. Affects ringing pitch on digital phones. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC...
  • Page 341 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $  &  ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring pattern for incoming calls on this trunk. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 02 09 Hold (0-12) Hold BSSCC: T1 (CO) Channel Position B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 342 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk $  %2" $%) %,4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signaling pattern that will apply after an extension user connects to the called party during a CO call on this T1 channel. System System Configuration...
  • Page 343 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DTMF ON: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-123) FF1 1 01 0016 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF OFF: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-124) FF1 1 01 0017 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #2 (pg. 1-125) FF1 1 01 0018 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #3 (pg.
  • Page 344 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Guard Timer for Outbound Calls $  1- % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system guards the T1 channel after a call is disconnected. The purpose of guarding the trunk is to prevent “glare” (collision between an System System Configuration...
  • Page 345 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $  FF2 2 BSSCC 02 15 Hold System )! B System Configuration Configuration System System DTMF/Dial Pulse Dialing $ , %6 $0$7 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the T1 channel’s signaling type for outbound and inbound dialing.
  • Page 346 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Flash Timer 1 for Trunk Line (pg. 1-115) FF1 1 01 0001 Hold (1-255) Hold Flash Timer 2 for Trunk Line (pg. 1-116) FF1 1 01 0002 Hold (1-255) Hold System System Configuration...
  • Page 347 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Auto-Repeat Dial $  /-! 6 , (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Auto-Repeat Dialing on the T1 channel. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 03 04 Hold (0 or 1) Hold 0=Do not allow Auto-Repeat Dialing.
  • Page 348 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction CO Dial Tone Simulation $  # % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system will send a simulated CO dial tone to an extension using this T1 channel (important for DID Wink-Start trunk signaling). System System Configuration...
  • Page 349: Flash Key Operation

    Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction SMDR for Inbound Calls $  2 #-6-0 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether incoming calls on the T1 channel will be included in SMDR records. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 03 08 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 350 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Flash-Signal Control (pg. 3-19) FF3 0 BSSC 04 21 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Dial Plan A: Flexible Feature Codes at Dial Tone (pg. 1-155) FF1 2 02 (0001-0056) Hold (max. 4-digit Code) Hold Dial Plan B: Flexible Feature Codes at Dial Tone (pg.
  • Page 351 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Notes: Introduction Introduction Alarm Ringing: Ringing frequency/interval changes for an incoming call that rings unanswered for longer than the Slide Ring/Alarm Ring Timer. Alarm Ringing will not work while Slide Ringing or Delayed Ringing is occurring. System System Related Programming:...
  • Page 352 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DTMF Conversion (Outbound Calls) $ $7 !(0#- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the T1 channel will switch from dial-pulse to DTMF signaling after the called party answers an outbound call, according to the Call Duration Timer. System System Configuration...
  • Page 353 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Indirect LCR $ ' 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (U.K. use only) Enable/Disable the Indirect Least Cost Routing (LCR) function. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 03 15 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSCC: T1 (CO) Channel Position 0=Disable Indirect LCR.
  • Page 354 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Call Duration Timer (analog CO) (pg. 1-118) FF1 1 01 0005 Hold (1-255) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System FF2 2 BSSCC 03 17 Hold $ %...
  • Page 355 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Day1 Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the T1 channel’s ringing type for incoming calls during Day1 mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 04 0 Hold (0-6) Hold BSSCC: T1 (CO) Channel Position 0=Multiple Incoming (default)
  • Page 356 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DID/DNIS Dial Table (“A” Side) (pg. 1-169) FF1 4 02 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold DID/DNIS Dial Table (“B” Side) (pg. 1-171) FF1 4 04 (000-575) (1-6) Hold (0-9999 or 1-72) Hold Extension Number Assignment (pg.
  • Page 357 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Notes: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-107 Introduction Introduction Related Programming: (see “Day1 Ring Type/Destination” - pg. 2-107 System System Configuration Configuration Night Ring Type $  )9  %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the T1 channel’s ringing type for incoming calls during Night mode.
  • Page 358 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Day1 Delayed Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the T1 channel’s delayed-ringing type during Day1 mode. NOTE: Day1 Ring Type (pg. 2-107) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple System System Configuration...
  • Page 359 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) CO Delayed Ring Timer ... Introduction Introduction Day1 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0003 Hold (0-255) Hold Day2 unanswered calls (pg. 1-129) FF1 1 02 0004 Hold (0-255) Hold Night unanswered calls (pg. 1-130) FF1 1 02 0005 Hold (0-255) Hold Busy (pg.
  • Page 360 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Night Delayed Ring Type $  )1%   %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the T1 channel’s delayed-ringing type during Night mode. NOTE: Night Ring Type (pg. 2-109) must be either “DIL” or “Multiple System System Configuration...
  • Page 361 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Introduction Introduction Tenant Group Assignment $  % 1!-6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the T1 channel to a Tenant Group, which will apply when the T1 channel originates an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 362 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Night) $ % )9 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) Class to the T1 channel, applicable during Night mode when the trunk originates an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 363 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 CO) Ring Pattern (pg. 2-93) FF2 2 BSSCC 02 09 Hold (0-12) Hold Introduction Introduction Day1/Day2/Night Ring Type/Destination (pg. 2-107) FF2 2 BSSCC 04 (0 thru 5) ... System System Configuration Configuration Trunk Digital Pad Class Assignment $ &...
  • Page 364: Ff2 2: T1 Trunks (e&m Tie)

    FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF2 2: T1 Trunks (E&M Tie) NOTE: These settings apply to point-to-point network trunks (connections between 2 or more switches). For “CO” T1 trunk programming, go to System System pg. 2-86. Configuration Configuration Trunk Connection Type (CO/Network)
  • Page 365 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Notes: Introduction Introduction Press the BLK-DOWN soft key instead of the last HOLD in the above address, to scroll to the next BSSC trunk position and assign it a trunk number (stay in same address). Before removing a Trunk Card from a Free Slot, you must first clear the Trunk Numbers (if assigned) from all of the Card’s BSSC ports in this address.
  • Page 366 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher FF2 2 BSSCC 02 01 Hold $  System System )! B Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 02 02 Hold $   )! B FF2 2 BSSCC 02 03 Hold $  ...
  • Page 367 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Auto Answer for Outbound Calls $  /-! ' /; (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the system will automatically assume that an outgoing call on this T1 channel has been answered by the other end, without waiting for an answer signal.
  • Page 368 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Both “SF” and “ESF” use robbed-bit signaling, in which the 8th bit is robbed from every 6th frame to Introduction Introduction transmit signaling states such as On-Hook and Off-Hook. Related Programming: Synchronized Clock (pg. 1-103) FF1 0 18 (0001-0003) Hold (BSS/C) Hold System System...
  • Page 369 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Ring Frequency $    "F-' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring frequency for incoming calls on the T1 channel. Affects ringing pitch on digital phones. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 370 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $  &  ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (This setting does not apply to E&M tie-trunks.) System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 02 09 Hold (0-12) Hold BSSCC: T1 (E&M Tie) Channel Position B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 371 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction DTMF On/Off Pattern During Talk $  %2" $%) %,4 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the DTMF signaling pattern that will apply after an extension user connects to the called party during a CO call on this T1 channel. System System Configuration...
  • Page 372 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction DTMF ON: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-123) FF1 1 01 0016 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF OFF: Pattern #1 (pg. 1-124) FF1 1 01 0017 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #2 (pg. 1-125) FF1 1 01 0018 Hold (1-255) Hold DTMF ON/OFF: Pattern #3 (pg.
  • Page 373 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Auto Answer Timer $  /-! /) % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set how long the system will wait before opening a voice path when the user makes an outgoing call on this T1 channel. System System Configuration...
  • Page 374 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Configuration Flash Pattern $ ",9 59 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the pattern number that will be used for flash signals to the CO on the T1 channel.
  • Page 375 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Trunk Connection Type (CO/PBX) $ %3 %6 #0$7: (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the T1 channel connects directly to another E&M tie trunk (through the CO) or is behind a PBX/Centrex. System System Configuration...
  • Page 376 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Set this address to “1” (One-Way Link) to prevent double-dialing -- making an outgoing call on the same trunk after the called party hangs up, thus bypassing TRS restrictions. Related Programming: System System...
  • Page 377 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Related Programming: Introduction Introduction SMDR Data to Serial Port (pg. 1-88) FF1 0 06 0001 Hold (0-2) Hold SMDR Output Format (pg. 1-93) FF1 0 09 0001 Hold (0-2) Hold System System Configuration Configuration SMDR for Inbound Calls...
  • Page 378 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming If this address is set to 0=Flash signal is sent to CO (default), it will (all CPCs - Version 1.3 and higher) Introduction Introduction also apply to an FF-key programmed for the SLT Flash Send feature (765 by default). See Dial Plans A and B on pg.
  • Page 379 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction DTMF Conversion (Inbound Calls) $  $7 !(0 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether the T1 channel will switch from dial-pulse to DTMF signaling after the extension user answers an incoming call. System System Configuration...
  • Page 380 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $  FF2 2 BSSCC 03 16 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration $ % FF2 2 BSSCC 03 17 Hold )! B $  FF2 2 BSSCC 03 18 Hold...
  • Page 381 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Day2 Ring Type $    %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set ring type for incoming calls on the T1 channel during Day2 mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 04 2 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 382 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Night Ring Type $  )9  %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set ring type for incoming calls on the T1 channel during Night mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 04 4 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 383 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Not Used (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher $ FF2 2 BSSCC 05 0 Hold )! B System System Configuration Configuration $ FF2 2 BSSCC 05 1 Hold )! B $  FF2 2 BSSCC 05 2 Hold...
  • Page 384 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) $ % 0 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) Class to the T1 channel, applicable during Day1 and Day2 modes when the channel is the originator of an outbound call (such as DISA). System System Configuration...
  • Page 385 Section 400-Programming FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Introduction Introduction Trunk COS Assignment $  %-4 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Trunk Class of Service (COS) to the T1 channel. System System Configuration Configuration FF2 2 BSSCC 08 Hold (1-16) Hold BSSCC: T1 (E&M Tie) Channel Position Trunk Class of Service No.
  • Page 386 FF2: Trunk Programming (T1 E&M Tie) Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Configuration System System Trunks Trunks Extensions Extensions FF-/Soft Keys FF-/Soft Keys Groups Groups TRS/ARS TRS/ARS Applications Applications Maintenance Maintenance Appendix A Appendix A Appendix B Appendix B Page 2-138 DBS 576 (USA) issued 05/20/98 576-13-400...
  • Page 387: Extension Programming (ff3)

    Introduction Introduction 3. Extension Programming (FF3) Use the FF3 addresses in this chapter to set parameters for extensions in the System System Configuration DBS 576 phone system: Configuration FF3 0: Digital Keyphones and SLTs FF3 1: S-Point ISDN Extensions FF3 2: Virtual Ports System System FF3 3: RAI Extension Port...
  • Page 388 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming FF3 0 BSSC 04 21 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Flash-Signal Control 0 (Flash to CO) 3-19 Introduction Introduction FF3 0 BSSC 04 22 Hold (0 or 1) Hold Variable Mode Release 0 (Release) 3-20 FF3 0 BSSC 04 23 Hold (0 or 1) Hold MCO Prime Line 0 (Disabled)
  • Page 389: Ff3 0: Digital Keyphones And Slts

    Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction FF3 0: Digital Keyphones and SLTs System System Configuration Configuration Phone Type $ ' $ (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Define the type of phone at the extension port. FF3 0 BSSC 00 Hold (1-3) Hold Trunks Trunks...
  • Page 390: Extension Number Assignment

    FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Phone Version (Digital Keyphones) $ 3%*5 %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define the version of the digital keyphone (if present) at the extension port. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 01 Hold (1-5) Hold BSSC: Extension Port 1=Digital Keyphone B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 391 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming DSS/72 consoles and EM/24 units require their own port, separate from the phone. To match them to a Introduction Introduction phone, assign the same Extension Number to both ports. Multiple DSS/72 consoles can be assigned to the same keyphone. (EM/24 units are limited to 1 per phone.) There is no limit on how many EM/24s can be assigned to a phone, other than the number of ports System...
  • Page 392 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction SLT Dial Type $ 5% %6 $0$7 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set signaling for dialing on SLT phones. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 03 1 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port 0=Dial pulse System...
  • Page 393 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction SLT Hookflash Timer $  5% .!!4 %2 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set minimum on-hook time (how long hookswitch must be held down) before the system recognizes it as a hookflash. System System Configuration...
  • Page 394 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Auto Answer (Handset) $  /-! /; (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether a trunk key must be pressed to answer an incoming call, or whether the call can be answered by simply picking up the handset. System System Configuration...
  • Page 395 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Slide Ringing Receive $   ,  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the extension for receiving a Slide Ringing call. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 04 02 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port 0=Do not allow Slide Ringing receive.
  • Page 396 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Auto Camp-On Receive $   /-! 6 # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the ability of other extensions to automatically “camp” onto this (busy) extension simply by calling it. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 04 04 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 397 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key ... Outbound Call Restriction (pg. 4-10) FF4 0 BSSC 1 (01-32) Hold CONF (0 or 1) Hold Inbound Answer Restriction (pg. 4-11) FF4 0 BSSC 1 (01-32) Hold CONF Hold (0 or 1) Hold Day1 Ringing (pg.
  • Page 398 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction SLT Fixed Ring Pattern $  % "+  5% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether an SLT’s receiving ring pattern is fixed (same pattern always) or differs based on the call type (recall, intercom, trunk, etc.). System System Configuration...
  • Page 399: Message Waiting Led

    Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Message Waiting LED $  & 2A 5* !!, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable Message Waiting LED on the extension for messages received from other extensions. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 04 09 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port System...
  • Page 400 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Large-LCD Fixed Menu Display During Idle $  , '  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether a Large-LCD phone’s display will return to the “Idle” Fixed Feature Code menu screen when the phone returns to idle. System System Configuration...
  • Page 401 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key ... Outbound Call Restriction (pg. 4-10) FF4 0 BSSC 1 (01-32) Hold CONF (0 or 1) Hold Inbound Answer Restriction (pg. 4-11) FF4 0 BSSC 1 (01-32) Hold CONF Hold (0 or 1) Hold Day1 Ringing (pg.
  • Page 402 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction If this is set to 1=Ignore, the extension user will still be connected to the first call. Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Trunk Key Operation: Brokers Hold $  # 3 #$% System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher...
  • Page 403 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction System Mode Display $    2! 6, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the display of System Mode status (Day1/Day2/Night) on the extension’s LCD. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 04 16 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port System...
  • Page 404: Call Duration Display

    FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Call Duration Display $    %,4 -! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether call duration timing or the current date/time is displayed on the extension phone after receiving a CO call. System System Configuration...
  • Page 405 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Loop (AEC) Disconnect Signal for VM $  5!!6 '!' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable a 1-second (open-loop) disconnect signal sent from this extension port at hangup, allowing for quick-disconnect from 3rd-Party and Built-In Voice Mail systems. System System Configuration...
  • Page 406 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Flash Key Operation ... (pg. 2-23) on analog CO trunks FF2 0 BSSC 02 11 Hold (0 or 1) Hold (pg. 2-50) on analog E&M tie-trunks FF2 0 BSSC 02 11 Hold (0 or 1) Hold (pg.
  • Page 407: Forced Account Codes

    Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction MCO Prime Line $  2# $ ' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the MCO Prime Line feature on the extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC 04 23 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port 0=Disable MCO Prime Line.
  • Page 408: Table 3-1. Account Codes And Their Interaction With Trs For Outbound Calls

    FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Table 3-1. Account Codes and their interaction with TRS for outbound calls Introduction Introduction (FF3 0 BSSC 04 24) (FF3 0 BSSC 04 25) This TRS Class determines whether to allow the call or not... Are Account Codes Are Account Codes Forced or Not Forced...
  • Page 409: Hot Dial Pad

    Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction If this address is set to 1=Verified, the system will check the entered Account Code for a matching entry in Verified Account Codes (FF8 1 04). If no match is found, the phone user receives fast-busy tone and further dialing is not allowed.
  • Page 410 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Tenant Group Assignment $ % 1!-6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the extension to a Tenant Group. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC Hold (1-72) Hold BSSC: Extension Port Tenant Group No.
  • Page 411 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) $  0 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) class to the extension, applicable during Day1 and Day2 modes. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC...
  • Page 412 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension COS Assignment $ % *+! # (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Class of Service (COS) to the extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC Hold (1-16) Hold Extension COS No. 1-16 BSSC: Extension Port System B=Cabinet no.
  • Page 413 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Dial Plan Assignment $ & , $, $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Dial Plan to the extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 0 BSSC Hold (1 or 2) Hold BSSC: Extension Port 1=Dial Plan ”A”...
  • Page 414: Ff3 1: S-point Isdn Extensions

    FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF3 1: S-Point ISDN Extensions NOTE: This section is basically the same as ISDN Trunk settings, but here the System System PBX side is the CO. Configuration Configuration System Common D-Channel Position System $ 9 '9 $# (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher...
  • Page 415 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction D-Channel Interface ID Code $ '9 0"  ! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher When Common D-Channel (see previous address) is used, identify the Interface ID code (supplied by the CO) that will be used for common D-channel control. System System Configuration...
  • Page 416 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Connection Type $  !'! %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Choose the connection type for the ISDN extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 02 00 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port position 0=Point-to-Point (default) System...
  • Page 417 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Layer 1 Operate Mode $   #6 2! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ISDN detection method by the CO. (The CO should be contacted to match this detection method.) System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 418 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction B-Channel Select $ 7'9 ,' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the method used by the system to seize a B-channel for an outgoing call. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 03 00 Hold (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Extension Port position 0=System will search for highest-numbered System...
  • Page 419 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Choose Channel Numbering when the information transfer rate is 64 kbps, and the channels on the Introduction Introduction span are used as single channels. For example, specify to CO: 1st interface=channels 1-24 2nd interface=channels 25-49 In ISDN, Layers 1, 2 and 3 represent signaling levels over the D-channel.
  • Page 420 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Called Number Indication $ ,,  )"# (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher For incoming calls, set whether the system will send the called party’s number to the ISDN terminal. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 03 03 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 421 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Not Used $ )! B (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher FF3 1 BSSC 03 05 Hold System System Configuration Configuration System System Progress Tone $  $! %! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Trunks Trunks Set whether the system will send progress tones indicating call status (e.g.,...
  • Page 422 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Data Security $ %  '- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether to allow interruptions (such as Busy Override-Receive) at the analog terminal connected to the ISDN extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 03 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 423 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming This is the ring assignment for incoming calls in the Inbound MCO Trunk Group assigned to this Tenant Introduction Introduction Group in FF1 3 03: MCO Trunk Groups (Inbound Calls) (pg. 1-166). In addition to ring assignments for incoming calls, Tenant Groups can be used for controlling the extension’s MCO access, MOH (Music-On-Hold) source for intercom calls, and SSD block assignment.
  • Page 424 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Night) $ )9 % 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Toll Restriction Service (TRS) class to the ISDN extension, applicable during Night mode. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 05 1 Hold (1-50) Hold...
  • Page 425 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Extension Digital Pad Class Assignment $ % *:% $/ 5 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Digital Pad Class to an ISDN extension. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 1 BSSC 07 0 Hold (1-8) Hold Extension Pad Class No.
  • Page 426: Ff3 2: Virtual Ports

    FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF3 2: Virtual Ports System System Configuration Configuration Extension Number Assignment $ *:% )-8 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign an extension number to the Virtual Port. This will be the number System System dialed to reach the Virtual Port.
  • Page 427 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Frequency $  "F-' (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the ring frequency for incoming calls to the Virtual Port. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 2 (001-576) 01 00 Hold (1-6) Hold Virtual Port No.
  • Page 428 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Ring Pattern $  ', $%) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the interval between rings for incoming calls to the Virtual Port. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 2 (001-576) 01 01 Hold (1-12) Hold Virtual Port No.
  • Page 429 Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction Tenant Group Assignment $  % 1!-6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign the Virtual Port to a Tenant Group. System System Configuration Configuration FF3 2 (001-576) 02 Hold (1-72) Hold Tenant Group No. Virtual Port No.
  • Page 430 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Based on this Extension COS Assignment, extension features for incoming calls can be enabled/ disabled, such as restricting the receiving of camp-on calls or callbacks. Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration FF1 0 03: Extension COS Definitions (pg. 1-35) System System Trunks...
  • Page 431: Ff3 3: Rai Extension Port

    Section 400-Programming FF3: Extension Programming Introduction Introduction FF3 3: RAI Extension Port NOTE: RAI is not available in the U.S. System System Configuration Configuration RAI Extension Number Assignment && *:% )-8 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Assign an extension number to the system’s Remote Administration Interface (RAI) port.
  • Page 432 FF3: Extension Programming Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction This is the ring assignment for incoming calls in the Inbound MCO Trunk Group assigned to this Tenant Group in FF1 3 03: MCO Trunk Groups (Inbound Calls) (pg. 1-166). In addition to ring assignments for incoming calls, Tenant Groups can be used for controlling the System System extension’s MCO access, MOH (Music-On-Hold) source for intercom calls, and SSD block assignment.
  • Page 433 Introduction Introduction 4. FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment (FF4) Use the FF4 programming addresses in this chapter to assign Feature Codes System System (including trunk ringing) to FF-keys and soft keys on DBS 576 phones: Configuration Configuration FF4 0: FF-Keys on Digital Keyphones, SLTs, and EM/24 Units FF4 1: FF-Keys on DSS/72 Consoles FF4 2: Soft Keys on Display Phones System...
  • Page 434: Table 4-1. Ff-key/soft Key Fixed Feature Codes

    FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction: Feature Codes in Programming Mode Introduction Introduction Use the Feature Codes table below for all FF4 addresses. (Some features cannot be programmed into soft keys; these features are noted in the table below.) The codes shown in the “Fixed Feature Codes”...
  • Page 435 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Fixed Feature Code Introduction Introduction Feature Description End-User Soft Key + (additional digits to program into key) Built-In VM Unit #2: Access mailbox options. 62 + (Mailbox No. 00-9999) Mailbox Access Built-In VM Unit #3: Access mailbox options.
  • Page 436 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Fixed Feature Code Introduction Introduction Feature Description End-User Soft Key + (additional digits to program into key) ∗ Voice Mail Message- End-User Soft Key Waiting: Cancel ∗ Message-Waiting: Cancel End-User Soft Key System System ∗...
  • Page 437 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Fixed Feature Code Introduction Introduction Feature Description End-User Soft Key + (additional digits to program into key) ∗ 3-party Conference Key End-User Soft Key ∗ Transfer Key End-User Soft Key ∗ System System Program Key End-User Soft Key...
  • Page 438 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Fixed Feature Code Introduction Introduction Feature Description End-User Soft Key + (additional digits to program into key) ∗ Station Call Park Answer End-User Soft Key (own extension) ∗ Station Call Park Answer End-User Soft Key System System...
  • Page 439: Ff4 0: Ff-keys On Digital Keyphones, Slts, And Em/24 Units

    Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction FF4 0: FF-Keys on Digital Keyphones, SLTs, and EM/24 Units System System Notes: Configuration Configuration The extension’s Phone Type must be set to “1” (for Digital Keyphone or SLT - default) or “2” (for EM/24).
  • Page 440 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming (4) Press the PASTE soft key. The display won’t change, but the phone will beep once to indicate the Introduction Introduction paste command. (5) Repeat steps (3) and (4) for all extensions you want to copy to. EM/24 units require their own extension port, separate from the phone.
  • Page 441: Figure 4-1: Ff-key Layout On A Small-display Phone (44-series)

    Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Figure 4-1: FF-key layout on a Small-Display phone (44-series) Introduction Introduction  4) +   "  4) +   "   03:14 Fri DEC 05 03:14 Fri DEC 05 164 Davidson C 164 Davidson C System System Configuration...
  • Page 442 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key: Outbound Call Restriction $ #-! % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for digital keyphones, SLTs, and EM24s) Allow/Restrict outbound calls on the FF- key programmed as a CO trunk, MCO trunk group, Virtual Port, or DSS/BLF key. System System Configuration...
  • Page 443 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key: Inbound Answer Restriction $  '! % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for digital keyphones, SLTs, and EM24s) Allow/Restrict the ability to answer incoming calls on the FF-key programmed as a CO trunk, MCO trunk group, Virtual Port, or DSS/BLF key. System System Configuration...
  • Page 444 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key: Day2 Ringing $    / (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for digital keyphones, SLTs, and EM24s) Allow/Restrict phone ringing for an incoming call on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/DSS/BLF key during Day2 mode. System System Configuration...
  • Page 445 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction Trunk FF-Key: No-Ring Auto Answer $  )!  /-! /) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for digital keyphones, SLTs, and EM24s) Allow/Restrict the ability to answer incoming calls that are blinking, but not ringing, on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/ System System DSS/BLF key, simply by picking up the handset.
  • Page 446: Ff4 1: Ff-keys On Dss/72 Consoles

    FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF4 1: FF-Keys on DSS/72 Consoles System System Configuration Configuration FF-Key Feature Assignment (DSS/72) $ "-'!  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign Feature Codes to the FF-keys on DSS/72 Attendant Consoles. (to clear current System System...
  • Page 447 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction DSS Trunk FF-Key: Outbound Call Restriction $ #-! % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict outbound calls on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/DSS/BLF key. System System Configuration Configuration FF4 1 BSSC 1 (01-72) Hold CONF (0 or 1) Hold BSSC: Attendant Port 01=FF1 key 0=Allow outbound calls on this FF-key.
  • Page 448 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DSS Trunk FF-Key: Inbound Answer Restriction $  '! % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict the ability to answer incoming calls on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/ DSS/BLF key. System System Configuration Configuration FF4 1 BSSC 1 (01-72) Hold CONF Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 449 Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction DSS Trunk FF-Key: Day2 Ringing $    / (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict phone ringing for an incoming call on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/ DSS/BLF key during Day2 mode. System System Configuration...
  • Page 450 FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction DSS Trunk FF-Key: No-Ring Auto Answer $  )!  /-! /) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Allow/Restrict the ability to answer incoming calls that are blinking, but not ringing, on this Trunk/MCO/Virtual Port/DSS/BLF key, simply by picking up the handset. System System Configuration...
  • Page 451: Ff4 2: Soft Keys On Display Phones

    Section 400-Programming FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Introduction Introduction FF4 2: Soft Keys on Display Phones Notes: System System This address applies to both Large-Display and Small-Display phones. Configuration Configuration The extension’s Phone Type must be set to “1” (for Digital Key Phone - default). See Phone Type (pg.
  • Page 452: Figure 4-4: Soft Key Layout On A Large-display Phone (44-series)

    FF4: FF-Key/Soft Key Feature Assignment Section 400-Programming Flexible Feature Codes ... Introduction Introduction at Dial Tone, for Dial Plan “A” (pg. 1-155) FF1 2 02 (0001-0056) Hold (max. 4-digit Code) Hold at Dial Tone, for Dial Plan “B” (pg. 1-157) FF1 2 03 (0001-0056) Hold (max.
  • Page 453: Groups (ff5)

    Introduction Introduction 5. Groups (FF5) Use the FF5 programming addresses in this chapter to set parameters for the System System Configuration following groups in the DBS 576: Configuration FF5 0: Attendant Hunt Group FF5 1: Extension Hunt Groups FF5 2: MCO Trunk Groups (Outbound) System System FF5 3: MCO Trunk Groups (Inbound)
  • Page 454 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF5 2: MCO Trunk Groups (Outbound) 5-18 FF5 2 (01-99) 001 Hold (0 or 1) Hold MCO-Outbound Search Mode 0 (Reverse order) 5-18 FF5 2 (01-99) (002-577) Hold (1-576) MCO-Outbound Trunk Group Members 5-18 Hold FF5 3: MCO Trunk Groups (Inbound) 5-20...
  • Page 455: Ff5 0: Attendant Hunt Group

    Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction FF5 0: Attendant Hunt Group System System Configuration Configuration Attendant HG Pilot Number $ /%% $,!  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the pilot number for the system’s Attendant Hunt Group. System System FF5 0 01 Hold (0-9999) Hold...
  • Page 456 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Pilot Terminal hunting. Calls are directed to the pilot number. Hunting begins at the first member position, and proceeds forward through the sequential members until the end of the hunt group is reached. If no member is available, the call is queued until a member becomes available. Pilot Distributed hunting.
  • Page 457 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction Attendant HG/Day1 Delayed (No Answer) $ /%%  , Hunt Timer (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Set the amount of time before an unanswered call ringing an idle member in the Configuration Configuration Attendant Hunt Group, is forwarded to the next member during Day1.
  • Page 458 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Attendant HG/Day1 Next Extension/Hunt Group $ /%%  )+ .B) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the Hunt Group pilot number or Extension number that will receive the Attendant Hunt Group’s unanswered calls during Day1. System System Configuration...
  • Page 459 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Attendant HG/Day2 Members Configuration $  /%%  28 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign extensions as members of the Attendant Hunt Group during Day2 mode. System System FF5 0 03 (02-21) Hold (0-9999) Hold Day2 Attendant Hunt Group Extension No.
  • Page 460 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Attendant HG/Day2 Queuing Timer $ System System /%%  D-- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time an incoming call is queued in the Attendant Hunt Group (waiting for a member to become available) before being forwarded to the next hunt group or extension, during Day2 mode.
  • Page 461 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction Attendant HG/Day2 Next Extension/Hunt Group $ /%%  )+ .B) (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the Hunt Group pilot number or Extension number that will receive the Attendant Hunt Group’s unanswered calls during Day2. System System Configuration...
  • Page 462 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Attendant HG/Night Members $  /%% ) 28 System System (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Configuration Configuration Assign extensions as members of the Attendant Hunt Group during Night mode. FF5 0 04 (02-21) Hold (0-9999) Hold System System Night...
  • Page 463 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Related Programming: Introduction Introduction System System Attendant HG/Night Queuing Timer Configuration Configuration $ /%% ) D-- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time an incoming call is queued in the Attendant Hunt Group (waiting for a member to become available) before being forwarded to the next System System...
  • Page 464 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction The Pilot No. can be an Extension Hunt Group or Attendant Hunt Group. The Extension No. can be a Virtual Extension or an actual extension number. Related Programming: System System Configuration Configuration Attendant HG Pilot Number (pg. 5-3) FF5 0 01 Hold (0-9999) Hold Extension HG Pilot Number (pg.
  • Page 465: Ff5 1: Extension Hunt Groups

    Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction FF5 1: Extension Hunt Groups System System Configuration Configuration Extension HG Hunt Mode $ .1 .- 2! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the hunting method for each Extension Hunt Group. System System FF5 1 (01-72) 01 Hold (0-4) Hold Trunks...
  • Page 466 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension HG Pilot Number $  .1 $,!  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the pilot number of the Extension Hunt Group. Applies only if the hunt group is assigned Terminal or Pilot Distributed hunting (see previous address). System System Configuration...
  • Page 467 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Notes: Introduction Introduction An Extension Hunt Group Member cannot also be an Attendant Hunt Group Member. Each extension can belong to only one Extension Hunt Group. (The most recent assignment is the priority.) System System To change an Extension Hunt Group Member, clear the current member by pressing FLASH first, Configuration Configuration then entering the new extension member.
  • Page 468 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Extension HG Queuing Timer $ D-- % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the amount of time an incoming call is queued in the Extension Hunt Group (waiting for a member to become available) before being forwarded to the next System System Configuration...
  • Page 469 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction Extension HG Next Extension/Hunt Group $ )+ .- (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enter the Hunt Group pilot number or Extension number that will receive the Extension Hunt Group’s unanswered calls. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 470: Ff5 2: Mco Trunk Groups (outbound)

    FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF5 2: MCO Trunk Groups (Outbound) System System Configuration Configuration MCO-Outbound Search Mode $ %1 #- '9 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the hunting method for trunks in the MCO-Outbound Trunk Group. System System FF5 2 (01-99) 001 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 471 Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Notes: Introduction Introduction A trunk cannot belong to more than one Trunk Group (the most recent assignment is the priority). MCO-Outbound Trunk Groups can be assigned to MCO Access codes (e.g., MCO-1 is “9” dialing by default;...
  • Page 472: Ff5 3: Mco Trunk Groups (inbound)

    FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF5 3: MCO Trunk Groups (Inbound) NOTE: There is no search method for MCO-Inbound Trunk Groups. System System Configuration Configuration MCO-Inbound Trunk Group Members $ %1  28 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher System System Assign trunks as members of the MCO-Inbound Trunk Group.
  • Page 473: Ff5 4: Paging Groups

    Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction FF5 4: Paging Groups System System Configuration Configuration External Page Port $ *+, $! (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the position on the card (e.g., trunk card) where the Paging Adapter for System System external paging is installed for each Paging Group.
  • Page 474 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Paging Group Members $  $ 28 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign extensions as members of the Paging Group (up to 72 extensions per group). System System Configuration Configuration FF5 4 (01-10) (02-73) Hold (0-9999)
  • Page 475: Ff5 5: Hot Line Group

    Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction FF5 5: Hot Line Group System System Configuration Configuration Hot Line Extension $ .! 5 #1 *:%  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign up to 20 “Hot Line” extensions. System System FF5 5 (01-20) Hold (0-9999)
  • Page 476 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction Hot Line Extension (pg. 5-23) FF5 5 (01-20) 01 Hold (0-9999) Hold SSD Numbers (pg. 8-46) FF8 1 02 Hold 1 Hold Hold (SSD) Hold FLASH (Name) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Hot Line Destination $ .! 5 *% )"#...
  • Page 477: Ff5 6: Call Pickup Groups

    Section 400-Programming FF5: Groups Introduction Introduction FF5 6: Call Pickup Groups System System Configuration Configuration Call Pickup Group Members $ $'4 B6 28 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign extensions as members of a Call Pickup Group. System System FF5 6 (01-72) (01-20) Hold...
  • Page 478 FF5: Groups Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Configuration System System Trunks Trunks Extensions Extensions FF-/Soft Keys FF-/Soft Keys Groups Groups TRS/ARS TRS/ARS Applications Applications Maintenance Maintenance Appendix A Appendix A Appendix B Appendix B Page 5-26 DBS 576 (USA) issued 05/20/98 576-13-400...
  • Page 479: Trs/ars (ff6)

    Introduction Introduction 6. TRS/ARS (FF6) Use the FF6 addresses in this chapter to set Toll Restriction Service (TRS) and Automatic Route Selection (ARS) parameters in the DBS 576. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 0: TRS/ARS Common FF6 1: TRS Class Definitions FF6 2: ARS Settings This chapter covers the following FF6 addresses: System...
  • Page 480 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 2: ARS Settings 6-25 FF6 2 00 thru 02: Time List Tables 6-25 FF6 2 00 (0001-0007) Hold (1-4) Hold Day of the Week for Time List Table 6-25 FF6 2 01 (0001-0040) Hold (MMDD or 1-4) Hold Day of the Year for Time List Table 0000 and 1 6-26...
  • Page 481 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS General TRS/ARS Concepts in the DBS 576 Introduction Introduction TRS: Toll Restriction Service. Outgoing calls are allowed or blocked, based on the path (originating extension or DISA trunk seizing an outgoing trunk) and the dialed digits. System System Configuration...
  • Page 482 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming for S-Point ISDN Extensions: Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg. 3-37) FF3 1 BSSC 05 0 Hold (1-50) Hold TRS Class Assignment (Night) (pg. 3-38) FF3 1 BSSC 05 1 Hold (1-50) Hold for analog CO trunks: TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg.
  • Page 483: Ff6 0: Trs/ars Common

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 0: TRS/ARS Common NOTE: These FF6 0 addresses contain the Leading Digits Table and the Analyze Digits Table. These tables store the dialed-digit string definitions, along with their assigned TRS System System Level and ARS route. These tables are used with ARS/TRS and TRS alone. Configuration Configuration IMPORTANT: In these tables, all dial string possibilities should be entered.
  • Page 484 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Leading Digits Table: Prefix String 5 )-8 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign up to 100 dial strings, which will be matched with the first dialed digits of outbound calls. System System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 485 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Related Programming: Introduction Introduction FF6 0 01: Analyze Digits Table (pg. 6-10) System System Configuration Leading Digits Table: Follow Digit Maximum Configuration 5 "!,,!; 1% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for ARS/TRS only) For each Leading Digits entry, enter the maximum number of digits a phone user can dial after the digits defined in Leading Digits Table: System System...
  • Page 486 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Leading Digits Table: TRS Level  5 % 5(, (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a TRS Level to each Leading Digits entry. This TRS Level must be lower than the path’s or originator’s TRS Level for the call to be allowed. System System Configuration...
  • Page 487 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Leading Digits Table: Route Type 5 !- %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for ARS/TRS only) Assign the route type for each Leading Digits entry. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 0 00 (001-100) 0005 Hold (0-2) Hold...
  • Page 488: Ff6 0 01: Analyze Digits Table

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 0 01: Analyze Digits Table Table 6-2. Analyze Digits Table: FF6 0 01 (001-500) (0001 thru 0006) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Analyze Digits Table: FF6 0 01 ..(001-500) 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006...
  • Page 489 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Notes: Introduction Introduction Prefix IDs serve as index numbers for Leading Digit strings. The same Prefix ID (Leading Digit string) can be entered in the Analyze Digits Table as many times as necessary to cover all dialing possibilities for that Leading Digit string.
  • Page 490 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Analyze Digits Table: Follow Digit Maximum " "!,,!; 1% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for ARS/TRS only) Assign the maximum number of digits the user can dial after the Analyze Digit string (defined in the previous address). System System Configuration...
  • Page 491 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS The “path” is the extension or DISA trunk seizing an outbound trunk. Applies when TRS is used by Introduction Introduction itself (without ARS). The “originator” is the extension or DISA trunk attempting an outgoing call (before the system selects a trunk).
  • Page 492 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Notes: Introduction Introduction Assign the Route, Route List, or Time List number in the next address. This address applies only to ARS/TRS routing; it does not apply when TRS is used without ARS. System System Related Programming: Configuration Configuration Analyze Digits Table: Route Number (pg.
  • Page 493: Ff6 1: Trs Class Definitions

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 1: TRS Class Definitions NOTE: In these FF6 1 addresses, define TRS Classes 1-50 by assigning TRS restrictions and ARS routing to each of them. System System Configuration Configuration These TRS Classes can be assigned to extensions and trunks in FF2 and FF3 (the default for all is TRS Class 1).
  • Page 494 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction TRS Level for Path (non-ARS) & 5 %1 5& (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for TRS only) Assign a TRS Level to each path possibility (between the originator’s TRS Class and the seized Trunk Group). System System Configuration...
  • Page 495: Figure 6-1: Trs Levels Comparison To Allow/block The Call

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS for S-Point ISDN extensions: Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg. 3-37) FF3 1 BSSC 05 0 Hold (1-50) Hold TRS Class Assignment (Night) (pg. 3-38) FF3 1 BSSC 05 1 Hold (1-50) Hold FF6 0 00: Leading Digits Table (pg. 6-5) FF6 0 01: Analyze Digits Table (pg.
  • Page 496: Ff6 1 01: Trs Class: Originator Settings (ars/trs)

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 1 01: TRS Class: Originator Settings (ARS/TRS) Table 6-4. TRS Class: ARS/TRS Levels: FF6 1 01 (01-50) (0001 thru 0003) Hold System System Configuration Configuration TRS Class: ARS/TRS Levels: FF6 1 01 ..(01-50) 0001 0002...
  • Page 497 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Related Programming: Introduction Introduction for analog CO trunks: TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg. 2-34) FF2 0 BSSC 06 0 Hold (1-50) Hold TRS Class Assignment (Night) (pg. 2-35) FF2 0 BSSC 06 1 Hold (1-50) Hold for analog E&M tie-trunks: TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg.
  • Page 498 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Related Programming: Introduction Introduction FF6 2 03: Route List Table (pg. 6-28) System System Configuration Trunk Queuing for Originator (Route List) Configuration 5  D% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (for ARS/TRS only) Set whether the phone user will be queued (waiting) for an available trunk when attempting to seize a busy Trunk Group during ARS routing.
  • Page 499: Ff6 1 02: Trs Class: Dialing Restrictions

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 1 02: TRS Class: Dialing Restrictions Table 6-5. TRS Class: Dialing Restrictions: FF6 1 02 (01-50) (0001 thru 0004) Hold System System Configuration Configuration TRS Class: Dialing Restrictions: FF6 0 02 ..(01-50) 0001 0002 0003...
  • Page 500 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming for analog CO trunks: Introduction Introduction TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg. 2-34) FF2 0 BSSC 06 0 Hold (1-50) Hold TRS Class Assignment (Night) (pg. 2-35) FF2 0 BSSC 06 1 Hold (1-50) Hold for analog E&M tie-trunks: TRS Class Assignment (Day) (pg.
  • Page 501 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction TRS Override on SSD Dialing 5   % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set whether SSD dialing will override TRS for originators with this TRS Class. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 1 02 (01-50) 0003 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 502: Ff6 1 03: Trs Class: Ssd Range

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 1 03: TRS Class: SSD Range System System Configuration Configuration Allowed SSD Range  #(  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set the highest-numbered SSD code allowed to be dialed by originators with TRS Classes that are enabled for TRS Override on SSD Dialing (pg.
  • Page 503: Ff6 2: Ars Settings

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 2: ARS Settings NOTE: These addresses include ARS routing tables: Time List Tables System System Route List Table Configuration Configuration Closed Numbering Table Tandem Exchange Table System System FF6 2 00 thru 02: Time List Tables Trunks Trunks NOTE: In the Time List Tables, you can set up ARS routing based on when the call is...
  • Page 504 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Day of the Year for Time List Table  22 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign up to 20 Special Days during the year that are “exceptions to the rule” (such as holidays), and assign a Time List Table number to each.
  • Page 505: Table 6-6. Time List Tables #1 Thru #4: Ff6 2 02 (0-3) (01-50) (0001-0010) Hold

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Time List Tables $%) %5 %M % (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Define up to 4 different Time List Tables, each with up to 50 time-period groups. Within each group, up to 5 different time periods can be entered, with System System each entry pointing to a Route List Table.
  • Page 506: Ff6 2 03: Route List Table

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 2 03: Route List Table NOTE: The Route List Table can contain up to 100 different routing paths. Each path can have up to 5 different Routes to be checked by the system in priority order when an System System outbound call is ARS-routed.
  • Page 507 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 1st Priority ARS Level  5 $ / 5& (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign an ARS Level to the first-priority Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0002 Hold (0-9) Hold...
  • Page 508 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 2nd Priority ARS Level  5 $ / 5& (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign an ARS Level to the second-priority Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0004 Hold (0-9)
  • Page 509 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 3rd Priority Route No.  5 $ %  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher For each Route List Table entry, assign the third Route to be checked by the system. System System Configuration...
  • Page 510 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 3rd Priority ARS Alarm  5 $ A% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the ARS Alarm for the third-priority Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0008 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 511 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 4th Priority ARS Level 5 $ / 5& (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign an ARS Level to the fourth-priority Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0010 Hold (0-9) Hold...
  • Page 512 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 5th Priority Route No.  5 $ %  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher For each Route List Table entry, assign the fifth Route to be checked by the system. System System Configuration...
  • Page 513 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Route List Table: 5th Priority ARS Alarm  5 $ A% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Enable/Disable the ARS Alarm for the fifth-priority Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 03 (001-100) 0014 Hold (0 or 1) Hold...
  • Page 514: Ff6 2 04: Route Table

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 2 04: Route Table NOTE: The Route Table contains up to 200 entries. Each entry is assigned a Trunk Group and a Digit Modify Pattern No. (which points to the Digit Modify Table in FF6 2 System System 05, for adding digits to the beginning or end of the dialed number, or deleting digits from...
  • Page 515 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Route Table: Digit Modify Pattern No.  % 2 %75  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a Digit Modify Pattern to each Route. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 04 (001-200) 0002 Hold (0-50)
  • Page 516: Ff6 2 05: Digit Modify Table

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 2 05: Digit Modify Table NOTE: The Digit Modify Table contains up to 50 entries (“Patterns”) for any combination of the following: System System deleting digits from the beginning of the dialed number Configuration Configuration adding digits to the beginning of the dialed number...
  • Page 517 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Notes: Introduction Introduction The Digit Modify Patterns can be assigned to Routes in the Route Table (pg. 6-36). Related Programming: System Route Table: Digit Modify Pattern No. (pg. 6-37) FF6 2 04 (001-200) 0002 Hold (0-50) Hold System Configuration Configuration...
  • Page 518 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Digit Modify Table: Add Ending Digits 2  - + 1% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Specify the digit(s) that the system will add to the end of a dialed digit string when the number is sent to the CO.
  • Page 519: Ff6 2 06: Authorization Code

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 2 06: Authorization Code Authorization Code System System /-9!!  Configuration Configuration (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher (U.K. use only) Specify the digit(s) of the Authorization Code sent to the CO every time a trunk is seized.
  • Page 520: Ff6 2 07: Closed Number Table

    FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction FF6 2 07: Closed Number Table Table 6-10. Closed Number Table: FF6 2 07 (001-150) (0001 thru 0005) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Closed Number Table: FF6 2 07 ..(001-150) 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 Closed No.
  • Page 521 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Closed Number Table: Follow Digit Maximum   "!,,!; 1% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Specify the maximum number of digits that can be dialed after a Closed Number. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 07 (001-150) 0002...
  • Page 522 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Closed Number Table: Route Type   !- %6 (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Set which table the system will follow when the Closed Number is dialed. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 07 (001-150) 0004 Hold (0 or 1)
  • Page 523: Ff6 2 08: Tandem Exchange Table

    Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction FF6 2 08: Tandem Exchange Table Table 6-11. Tandem Exchange Table: FF6 2 08 (01-50) (0001 thru 0004) Hold System System Configuration Configuration Tandem Exchange Table: FF6 2 08 ..(01-50) 0001 0002 0003 0004 Tandem Exchange Follow Digit...
  • Page 524 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction Tandem Exchange Table: Follow Digit Maximum  % "!,,!; 1% (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Specify the maximum number of digits that can be dialed after a Tandem Exchange number. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 08 (01-50)
  • Page 525 Section 400-Programming FF6: TRS/ARS Introduction Introduction Tandem Exchange Table: Route Number  % !-  (all CPCs) - Version 1.0 or higher Assign a route to the Tandem Exchange Number, depending on the setting in the previous address. System System Configuration Configuration FF6 2 08 (01-50)
  • Page 526 FF6: TRS/ARS Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Configuration System System Trunks Trunks Extensions Extensions FF-/Soft Keys FF-/Soft Keys Groups Groups TRS/ARS TRS/ARS Applications Applications Maintenance Maintenance Appendix A Appendix A Appendix B Appendix B Page 6-48 DBS 576 (USA) issued 05/20/98 576-13-400...
  • Page 527: Applications (ff7)

    Introduction Introduction 7. Applications (FF7) Use the FF7 programming addresses in this chapter to set parameters for the System System following optional applications of the DBS 576: Configuration Configuration FF7 0: Built-In Voice Mail FF7 1: Built-In ACD FF7 2: API System System This chapter covers the following FF7 addresses:...
  • Page 528 FF7: Applications Section 400-Programming Introduction Introduction System System Configuration Configuration System System Trunks Trunks Extensions Extensions FF-/Soft Keys FF-/Soft Keys Groups Groups TRS/ARS TRS/ARS Applications Applications Maintenance Maintenance Appendix A Appendix A Appendix B Appendix B Page 7-2 DBS 576 (USA) issued 05/20/98 576-13-400...
  • Page 529: Ff7 0: Built-in Voice Mail

    Section 400-Programming FF7: Applications Introduction Introduction FF7 0: Built-In Voice Mail NOTE: See Section 510: Built-In Voice M