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Telecommunication Systems Division
Digital Business Telephone Systems
Programming Manual
April 2003

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  • Page 1 726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Systems Programming Manual April 2003...
  • Page 2: Radio Frequency Interference

    Secondary protection is also required on DID, OPS, and Tie ® Service or Repair: For service or repair, contact your local Toshiba telecommunications lines. (Additional information is provided in this manual.) distributor. To obtain the nearest Toshiba telecommunications distributor in your area, Important Notice —...
  • Page 3 TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC. (“TAIS”) Telecommunication Systems Division License Agreement IMPORTANT: THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU (“YOU”) AND TAIS. CAREFULLY READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT. USE OF ANY SOFTWARE OR ANY RELATED INFORMATION (COLLECTIVELY, “SOFTWARE”) INSTALLED ON OR SHIPPED WITH A TAIS TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM PRODUCT OR OTHERWISE MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU BY TAIS IN WHATEVER FORM OR MEDIA, WILL CONSTITUTE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS, UNLESS SEPARATE TERMS ARE PROVIDED BY THE SOFTWARE SUPPLIER.
  • Page 4: Limited Warranty

    The sole obligation of TAIS or Toshiba Corporation under this warranty, or under any other legal obligation with respect to the equipment, is the repair or replacement by TAIS or its authorized dealer of such defective or missing parts as are causing the malfunction with new or refurbished parts (at their option).
  • Page 5 User Guides ........................... xiv Quick Reference Guide ......................... xiv CD-ROMs............................xiv Part 1: Getting Started Chapter 1 – Strata CTX Programming Guidelines Step 1: Use Default Auto-programming to Start Up ................1-1 Limitations.............................1-2 Station and BIOU Auto-programming ..................1-2 Station PDN Auto-programming....................1-3 CO Line Auto-programming ......................1-3...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Requirements Not Found.......................3-3 Step 2: Set Up LAN Connection to Strata CTX ................3-5 Step 2A: Connect CTX WinAdmin PC to Strata CTX Processor NIC .........3-5 Step 2B: Set Up IP Address of CTX NIC ..................3-7 Step 2C: Set Up IP Address of CTX WinAdmin PC NIC (Windows XP) ........3-8 Step 2D: Set Up IP Address of CTX WinAdmin PC NIC (Windows 2000) ........3-9...
  • Page 7 313 Caller ID ..........................6-8 308 Trunk Timer..........................6-9 310 DIT Assignment ........................6-11 309 Direct Inward Dialing .........................6-13 318 DID Intercept Assignments......................6-16 Service..............................6-19 311 DISA Security Code ......................6-19 319 Intercept Treatment.......................6-19 315 T1 Trunk Card..........................6-20 DID/DNIS Table View ........................6-21 Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 8 DR..............................9-21 Account Codes..........................9-23 509 DR Override by System Speed Dial ..................9-25 510 COS Override Assignment ....................9-26 Networking............................9-27 Strata Net Private Networking.....................9-27 QSIG............................9-27 Node ID ............................9-27 Network Directory Number......................9-28 Network Feature Access Code ....................9-28 Digit Manipulation ........................9-29 Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 9 908 SmartMedia ..........................10-4 SmartMedia Card.........................10-4 CTX SmartMedia Folders ......................10-6 SmartMedia Errors ........................10-7 911 Remote Program Update ......................10-7 Prerequisites..........................10-7 CTX Software Update Files ......................10-7 CTX Software Identification .......................10-7 910 Data Backup ..........................10-13 916 IP Configuration........................10-14 FTP User Accounts ..........................10-15 Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 10 Program 100 ..........................13-5 Program 200 ..........................13-5 Program 204 ..........................13-6 Program 205 ..........................13-6 Program 208 ..........................13-6 Button Programming Procedure......................13-7 100 Series Programs ........................13-11 200 Series Programs.........................13-27 300 Series Programs.........................13-51 400 Series Programs.........................13-71 500 Series Programs.........................13-72 600 Series Programs ........................13-89 Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 11 Telephone Station Ports........................ A-2 Networking Multiple Voice Mail Systems ..................A-3 Call Record and Soft Keys ......................A-3 Strata CTX BRI Video Conferencing Programming ................A-5 CTX IP Telephone Programming Guidelines ..................A-6 Basic CTX IP Setup Using WinAdmin ..................A-6 IP Telephone Installation and Network Connection setup ............A-7 IPT1020-SD Telephone Network Settings..................
  • Page 12 Appendix D – Record Sheets System ..............................D-1 Card Assignment Record Sheets ....................D-1 Card Assignment Record Sheet – Strata CTX 100............... D-3 COS Record Sheet ........................D-4 System Data Record Sheet ......................D-5 System Call Forward Record Sheets .................... D-6 System Speed Dial Record Sheet ....................D-7...
  • Page 13 Method 2: Update From a FTP Directory on the WinAdmin PC ............E-4 Prerequisites ..........................E-4 BIPU Update ..........................E-5 IP Telephone Update........................E-6 Method 3: Update from an External FTP Server ................E-7 Prerequisites ..........................E-7 BIPU Update ..........................E-7 IP Telephone Update........................E-8 Index ..............................IN-1 Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 14 Contents Appendix E – Software and Firmware Updates Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 15 Introduction This manual provides information required to program the Strata CTX business telephone system using Toshiba’s CTX WinAdmin™ software or Button Programming. This programming manual only applies to CTX WinAdmin versions higher than Important! version 1.10. If you have CTX WinAdmin 1.10, refer to previous versions of this manual: Part Number CTX-MA-PRGRM-VA.
  • Page 16 Introduction Organization Chapter 12 – Tools and Profile discusses Strata CTX Tools and Utilities to help manage your Strata CTX System more efficiently. Part 3: Telephone Button Programming Chapter 13 – Telephone Button Programming discusses the button programming interface provided with Strata CTX.
  • Page 17 Denotes a progression of buttons and/or menu options on the screen you Printers should select. Grey words within the printed text denote cross-references. In the electronic version of this document (Library CD-ROM or FYI Internet See Figure 10 download), cross-references appear in blue hypertext. xiii Strata CTX Programming 04/03...
  • Page 18: General Description

    CD-ROMs • Strata CTX WinAdmin Application Software and CTX/DK/Partner Products Documentation Library • Strata CTX ACD Application Software and Documentation Library (includes Strata CTX ACD software and documentation, Net Server software and documentation, and Voice Assistant software and documentation. • OAISYS (includes software and documentation of OAISYS Chat, Call Router, and Net Phone) •...
  • Page 19 726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Systems Part 1: Getting Started April 2003...
  • Page 21: Step 1: Use Default Auto-Programming To Start Up

    • Other default data, such as the Strata CTX LAN and modem interface IP address, station and line class of service, outgoing and incoming line groups, etc., are automatically set for the optional hardware originally installed.
  • Page 22: Limitations

    Station and BIOU PCBs that will be recognized and set in Program 100 during auto- programming. Note No special assignments are set for BIOU during auto-programming. PCBs must be installed per the rules in the Strata CTX I&M manual, Configuration Chapter, Important! Worksheet 6 and Worksheet 7. Table 1-1...
  • Page 23: Station Pdn Auto-Programming

    4 Standard telephone (DKT3000 limitations: DKT2000, 16 RDSU and for digital character LCD display on DKT3000, telephone DKT3000 LCD Feature key does not function, DKT3014 large screen LCD does not display). Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 24 Example: Line number 1 will be on the first circuit of the line PCB placed in the lowest cabinet/slot number. 2. OLG:1 is created even if there is are no analog line PCBs installed. Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 25 IP Address (BIPU) IP address of BIPU .201 .202/..Private address will be set. Subnet mask of BIPU Subnet mask (BIPU) 255.255.255.0 substrate Default gateway of BIPU Default gateway 0.0.0.0 substrate Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 26 Use of IEEE802.1p: Not applicable Priority level: Voice Automatic setting of Station Station ID Not allowed Application or non application Terminal authentication setting of connection restriction Not apply function using MAC address Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 27: Ctx Processor Nic Interface Tcp/Ip Auto-Programming

    • Community name – Nothing • IP address – Nothing • Modem PPP Server settings • IP Address – 192.168.255.254 (Strata CTX modem fixed IP address for Dial-up connections). Public Numbering Plan Analyzed Digit Numbers (Program 117) Public Numbering Plan...
  • Page 28: Default Feature Access Codes

    Step 3: Program CTX for First Time Follow the steps below to program the Strata CTX for the first time. Following this initial setup procedure enables you to perform a standard Strata CTX setup with common System and Station default assignments.
  • Page 29 7. Backup Data – Choose Operation\Data Backup. Make sure the SmartMedia card is properly formatted (see “908 SmartMedia” page 10-4) prior to running backup. See “910 Data Backup” page 10-13 for details. 8. Continue programming Strata CTX details. Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 30: Review Program Flow

    Step 3: Program CTX for First Time Review Program Flow The basic program flow needed to set up Strata CTX is shown below. The figure displays the most critical programs in the left column and migrates right to optional programs. Also, programming flows from specific (left) to general (right).
  • Page 31: Step 4: Identify Program Sequences

    Use the following table to quickly access the programs needed to set up analog Trunk requirements. Trunk Assignment Run Programs in Sequence from left to right. Type Basic Ring LS/GS Timer DISA Basic Tie line Timer DISA Basic Ring Timer DISA DNIS/ANI Intercept 1-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 32 Timer D-share Notes 1. Each CBC Group may require one ILG and one OLG. 2. Do not assign ILG/OLG using this program. 3. Assign ILG and OLG using Program 323. 1-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 33: Miscellaneous

    Strata CTX Programming Guidelines Step 4: Identify Program Sequences Miscellaneous Use the following table to quickly access the programs needed to set up other Strata CTX features. Feature Run Programs in Sequence from left to right. Account-Codes Automatic Busy Redial (ABR)
  • Page 34 Tandem Connection DR Override by System’s Speed Dial Destination Restriction Tone-First/Voice-First Travelling COS Voice-Mail Interface “Voice Mail Set Up” page A-1 Emergency Ring-Down Relay Services System Call-Forward Call Pick Up 1-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 1: Getting Started 04/03...
  • Page 35 726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Systems Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming April 2003...
  • Page 37 • Virtual Local Area Network (LAN) – System Administrators can connect their PC to Strata CTX via a network interface jack or modem. CTX WinAdmin views the Strata CTX system as a LAN providing a stable environment in which to program and access data.
  • Page 38: Ctx Winadmin Main Screen

    CTX WinAdmin. • Alarm Notification – Not used. Notes • You can verify the Strata CTX system type (CTX100 or CTX670) and the software version on the Title screen shown above. • The software version is organized as follows: Example: AR1.01 M0010.00...
  • Page 39: Ctx Winadmin Sub-Screens

    CTX WinAdmin Sub-screens CTX WinAdmin Sub-screens The CTX WinAdmin operates in a user friendly Windows environment featuring interactive Graphical User Interface (GUI) screens.The Program Viewer’s GUI is arranged to streamline the Strata CTX programming process (see sample screen below). Toolbar...
  • Page 40 CAUTION! defaults. Any custom data entered will be lost. • Submit – New data is held in CTX WinAdmin’s memory. Your Strata CTX is not updated with the new settings until the Submit button is clicked. • Close – Exits CTX WinAdmin and return to CTX Management Console Menu.
  • Page 41: Special Buttons

    DRLs within the system. • Print – Enables you to print to a local printer. • Refresh – Enables you to get the most updated information. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 42 CTX WinAdmin Overview CTX WinAdmin Sub-screens Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 43: Pc Hardware Requirements

    CTX WinAdmin has not been tested with Windows NT 4.0. This OS is not recommended. We Disclaimer: recommend that you upgrade your OS to Windows XP Pro or Windows 2000 Pro. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 44: Step 1: Install Ctx Winadmin Software

    WinAdmin CD-ROM and install it from there. Note Windows XP Professional automatically installs IE 6.0 so installing IE 5.5 is not needed. Toshiba recommends not to install MS Network Monitor on WinAdmin PCs because CAUTION! MS Network Monitor software which is provided on the Microsoft System Management Server (SMS) production CD-ROM causes problems with the Windows WMI SNMP component needed to run WinAdmin.
  • Page 45: Requirements Not Found

    Automatic discovery of Proxy server > Next and No to Setup Your Internet Email Account > Next > Finish. 3. Go on to Step 2: Set Up LAN Connection to Strata CTX on page 3-5. Requirements Not Found Service Pack 2 Not Found - Windows 2000 If Service Pack 2 was not found on your Windows 2000 OS, follow these steps.
  • Page 46 Provider. Once complete, reinsert the CTX WinAdmin CD-ROM and select “Install CTX WinAdmin...” from the Main Menu. Important! Continue to choose Step 2: Set Up LAN Connection to Strata CTX on page 3-5 and/or Step 3: Set up Modem Connection on page 3-10. You can choose either or both, but you must choose one.
  • Page 47: Step 2: Set Up Lan Connection To Strata Ctx

    Step 2A: Connect CTX WinAdmin PC to Strata CTX Processor NIC 1. Connect the RJ45 cable between your PC’s NIC jack and the Strata CTX Network Interface jack. If you are connecting to Strata CTX directly without using a Network hub, use an RJ45 cross-pinned cable. If you’re connecting to the Strata CTX via a hub, use a straight-pinned RJ45 cable.
  • Page 48 • When connecting CTX WinAdmin through Fire Walls, Routers, etc., which apply packet filtering, make sure that the packets being sent between Strata CTX and CTX WinAdmin are not filtered. • Strata CTX and CTX WinAdmin communicate using SNMP over User Datagram Protocol/Internet Protocol (UDP/IP) and FTP protocols.
  • Page 49: Step 2B: Set Up Ip Address Of Ctx Nic

    Step 2: Set Up LAN Connection to Strata CTX Step 2B: Set Up IP Address of CTX NIC This setup is only for direct connection to the Strata CTX or for simple Hub or LAN connections. Note For more complex LAN, WAN or Internet connections, refer to “Wide Area Networks and/or...
  • Page 50: Step 2C: Set Up Ip Address Of Ctx Winadmin Pc Nic (Windows Xp)

    Follow the steps below to set up PC Network settings on your CTX WinAdmin PC. Note This setup is only for direct connection to the Strata CTX or for simple Hub or LAN connections. For more complex LAN, WAN or Internet connections, refer to “Wide Area Networks and/or...
  • Page 51: Step 2D: Set Up Ip Address Of Ctx Winadmin Pc Nic (Windows 2000)

    (Windows 2000) Follow the steps below to set up PC Network settings on your WinAdmin PC. This setup is only for direct connection to the Strata CTX or for simple Hub or LAN connections. Note For more complex LAN, WAN or Internet connections, refer to “Wide Area Networks and/or...
  • Page 52: Step 3: Set Up Modem Connection

    • Direct Ring when connected to RSTU or DISA line: put “#19” in CTX WinAdmin Phone Number dial string. • Transfer a CTX WinAdmin call to the Strata CTX modem from a CTX Auto Attendant or telephone &QI7UQ After receiving the call from the CTX WinAdmin user, press or hook flash and dial #19 then hang up after receiving CTX modem tone.
  • Page 53: Step 3B: Set Up Ip Address Of Ctx Winadmin Pc Modem (Windows Xp)

    Step 3B: Set up IP Address of CTX WinAdmin PC Modem (Windows XP) This setup is only for direct connection to the Strata CTX or for simple Hub or LAN connections. Note For more complex LAN, WAN or Internet connections, refer to “Wide Area Networks and/or...
  • Page 54: Step 3C: Verify Modem Hardware Settings

    4. Select the modem used by CTX WinAdmin. 5. Click the Properties button. 6. Click the Advanced tab to verify hardware settings on the screen (shown right). 7. Click OK and exit. 3-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 55: Step 3D: Set Up Ip Address Of Ctx Winadmin Pc Modem (Windows 2000)

    Step 3D: Set up IP Address of CTX WinAdmin PC Modem (Windows 2000) This setup is only for direct connection to the Strata CTX or for simple Hub or LAN connections. Note For more complex LAN, WAN or Internet connections, refer to “Wide Area Networks and/or...
  • Page 56: Step 4: Establish Communication With Strata Ctx

    Step 4: Establish Communication with Strata CTX Step 4: Establish Communication with Strata CTX Make sure you have completed the Strata CTX to CTX WinAdmin setup procedures described in the first part of this chapter before proceeding. 1. Open Internet Explorer and point the browser to http://localhost/Ctmc_Local/Default.htm as shown in the figure below or click on the CTX WinAdmin desktop icon.
  • Page 57 Notes If you are connecting to Strata CTX using your modem, click in the Use Dial-Up box and enter the phone number to connect to your Strata CTX. The CTX IP address in the CTX IP Name field automatically defaults to the Strata CTX modem’s static IP address.
  • Page 58: Step 5: Use Profile To Add Users And Ctx Systems

    Administrator only. 3. Click Save. 4. Enter the remaining fields. 5. Click Add/Modify/Remove. The screen (shown right) is accessible to all users. 3-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 59: Step 6: Exit Ctx Winadmin

    Possible values: Alpha characters. Step 6: Exit CTX WinAdmin 1. From the Program Menu, click Home. 2. Click on Exit at the CTX Management Console page. 3. Close your browser. 3-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 60 Installation Step 6: Exit CTX WinAdmin 3-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 61: Cabinet Slot Pcb Assignments

    System This chapter provides Strata CTX system programming information for programmers using the CTX WinAdmin programming interface. 100 Cabinet Slot PCB Assignments Prerequisite Program: None All Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), excluding the system processors, are assigned to cabinet slots. The processor PCBs have dedicated slots in the Base Cabinet which do not require this assignment.
  • Page 62: Dial Number Plan

    Click Continue to view the next screen. To the right is an example of all the numbers programmed in the CTX system. You are able to view all the DNs and other numbers used. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 63: Flexible Access Codes

    Prerequisite Program: None Strata CTX comes with pre-assigned Flexible Access Codes that the telephone dials to access features. This enables you to create customized Flexible Access Codes. The Strata CTX Flexible Numbering Plan associates features stored in memory (i.e., “Store Code,” see...
  • Page 64: Creating New Feature Codes

    Pressing the Flexible Numbering Plan code from any station enables users to directly access the Flexible Numbering Feature. The Feature Index Codes will display on the LCD of the telephone once the Default Access Codes are entered. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 65 Call Forward (CF-NA; External Call) - Remote Activation #6034 Call Forward (CF-B/NA; External Call) - Remote Activation #6044 Call Forward (Any Call) - Cancellation #6051 Call Forward (External Call) - Cancellation #6053 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 66 Originate Call with Sub Address -Outgoing Call/Internal Call Application starting access code System Date Adjust Code (Release 1.02, MA227 or higher) #651 System Time Adjust Code (Release 1.02, MA227 or higher) #652 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 67: Public Dial Plan Digit Analysis

    Select the number of digits to follow the prefix number established above. It is the total number of digits in a number beginning with the Prefix Number above. Possible values: 0~64 (default = 0) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 68: Class Of Service

    Enable stations for Group Call Pickup within one’s own group. 13 Directed Station Pickup Enable stations to pick another specific ringing station. 14 Directed Group Call Pickup Enable stations to pick up a ringing station in a specified group. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 69 Receive hook flash over CO Lines, and enable telephones and voice mail ports to perform hook flashes. 38 Can Receive OCA Permission for others to call this station using Off-hook Call Announce. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 70: System Timer

    This timer provides a time to allow an external user to dial a digit to extend the disconnect time when the connection is unsupervised. This feature is used primarily with DISA service. Possible values: 0~180 (default = 30) 4-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 71 This parameter is available only with CTX Release 1.3 or higher software and with DSS Refresh Timer CTX WinAdmin Release 1.3 or higher software. Possible values: 20~180 seconds (default = 30) 4-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 72: System Data

    Possible values: Up to 32 digits (default = no value) 07 Credit Card Digits Enter the Minimum Dial Digits for Credit Card Calling. Possible values: 1~66 (default = 21) 4-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 73 Program 100 the BIOU2 must be installed in Cabinet 2 Slot 5, PCB code 20. 19 Display Preference Select Display Preference. Possible values: DNIS (default) or Caller ID 4-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 74 (CO/GCO/ Pooled) appearance on the telephone. • If disabled, line calls remain on the DN after they are answered. 4-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 75: System Call Forward

    Possible values: Up to 32 digits (default = no value) 05 Destination 2 Select an alternate destination to which the call should forward. Possible values: Up to 32 digits (default = no value) 4-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 76: System Call Forward Operation Status

    ...or click Copy to display the Copy dialog box. You can click on Copy at any time to copy Destinations to any SCF template, Call type and period, including all SCF segments and templates. 4-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 77: System Call Forward Table View

    ➤ To access the SCF Table View ➤ Select System > SCF Table View. You can sort the table by clicking Note on any of the individual column headers. 4-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 78: System Speed Dial

    To enter pauses enter Px, where x equals 1~9 (seconds), which is the length of the pause. 02 Name This is the Name that appears on Telephone LCD dial directories. Possible values: Up to 8 ASCII characters (default = no value) 4-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 79: Day Night Service

    System Day Night Service Day Night Service Programs Used: 112, 106 and 113 The programs that follow are used to set up Day and Night modes in Strata CTX. 1. Complete the “Day/Night Mode Record Sheet” page D-8. 2. From the Program Menu click System >...
  • Page 80: Day/Night Mode Daily Schedule Assignment

    Possible values: hhmm; hh = hour (00~23, 99), mm = minutes (00~59, 99) • 07 Day 1 Mode (default = 9999) • 08 Day2 Mode Note 9999 deletes or skip modes. • 09 Night Mode 4-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 81: Pad Table

    Possible values: 1 = 6 dB Net Gain, 2 = 3dB Net Gain, 3 = 0dB, 4 = 3dB Net Loss, 5 = 6dB Net Loss, 6 = 9dB Net Loss, 7 = 12dB Net Loss or 8 = 15dB Net Loss (default = no value). 4-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 82: Pad Group Assignment

    = Device Type; yyyyy = Device number (default = no value) 01 PAD Group Number Enter the PAD Group Number Possible values: 0~6 (CTX100), 0~6 (CTX100 Basic), 0~32 (CTX670 Exp.), (default = 0) 4-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 83: Pad Conference Assignment

    Loss, 5 = 6dB Net Loss, 6 = 9dB Net Loss, 7 = 12dB Net Loss or 8 = 15dB Net Loss (default = no value). Table 4-11 PAD Conference Table Number of Analog Telephones 4-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 84: Password

    (default = no value). 01 Password Enter the desired password. Note Only one password can be set for each level. Possible values: Up to 16 ASCII character (default = no value) 4-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 85: Music On Hold

    For MOH/BGM #1~#7, click in the radio button to enable MOH/BGM for the specified PCB. MOH/BGM #2 (BIOU1-J1) Possible values: Enable (default) or Disable MOH/BGM #3 (BIOU1-J2) MOH/BGM #4 (BIOU1-J3) MOH/BGM #5 (BIOU2-J1) MOH/BGM #6 (BIOU2-J2) MOH/BGM #7 (BIOU2-J3) 4-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 86 A PDN can not be assigned to an RSTU equipment number if it is to be a MOH circuit. • If a PDN is assigned to an MOH/BGM circuit, you must first delete the PDN using PRG201 4-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 87: I/O Device

    803 SMDR SMDI CTI Port Assignments This program assigns one of the following: • SMDR and Toshiba Proprietary Integration (TPI) to the logical device and BSIS, RS-232 port numbers. • WinAdmin, ACD server, TPI and Attendant Console to BECU, Network Jack logical device and LAN port numbers.
  • Page 88 LAN Port7 = device206 LAN Port8 = device207 Table 4-12 Device Table Physical Device Define I/O Logical Logical Device Logical Smart Device Serial Number Device RS-232C Media Number SMDR SMDI 4-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 89: Network Jack Lan Device Assignment

    05 Client IP Address. Possible values: 0~65535 (default = 0) Note Use 6000 for Network BLF, 3000 for Network DSS and 5000 for Network TPI. 4-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 90: Bsis Rs-232 Serial Port Setup

    04 Flow Control This setting indicates the type of flow control used between the BSIS port and the SMDI or SMDR device. To enable Strata CTX to buffer call records, set this field to Flow. Possible values: None (default) or Flow 05 Wait Timer Select the maximum time to wait for connection.
  • Page 91: Advisory Messages

    None IN A MEETING None CALL Directory Number BACK AT Time RETURN ON Date (No Data) None (No Data) None (No Data) None (No Data) None (No Data) None 4-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 92: Data Initialize

    116 Data Initialize 116 Data Initialize Prerequisite Program: None This program is used to initialize the tables of selected programs in the Strata CTX system. 1. From the Program Menu click System > Data Initialize. The Data Initialize screen displays (shown right).
  • Page 93: Assignment

    Station This chapter provides Strata CTX station programming information for programmers using the CTX WinAdmin programming interface. Assignment Programs Used: 200, 204, 214, 205, 213, 215, 208, 210, 216 and 502 The following programs assign station data. Basic/200 Station Data...
  • Page 94 Possible values: 1~16 (default = 1) • Night 09 Station Name Enter Station Name to be displayed on LCD. Possible values: Up to eight ASCII characters (default = no value) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 95 Possible values: Up to 7 ASCII characters (default = no value) 23 Travelling COS Enable this station with the privilege to change the Travelling COS Override Code. Change Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 96 CO lines that do not provide disconnect supervision, should be set with “Not Received.” 35 Station SpDial Bins The number of station speed dial bins allocated to this station: Possible values: 0~100 (default = 0) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 97 Enable: This station is allowed to activate station-to-station message waiting on other stations by dialing the other station number plus 7, 8 or 9; or, by pressing the Msg key. This feature is available with Strata CTX R1.3 software. Disable: This station cannot activate station-to-station message waiting on other stations by dialing the station number plus 7, 8 or 9.
  • Page 98: Station Pdn Selective Copy

    5. When copy is complete, a dialog box displays that reads “End of Copy!” You can return to the previous page and/or reselect copy to different destination PDNs by clicking Note Back. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 99: Station Extended List

    List spreadsheet can be sorted by all 19 columns and sorting can be toggled between Ascending and Descending order. The entire table can be printed using the Print button on the screen. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 100: Dkt Parameters

    DND. Pattern 3 – applies PDN to button 01 and blank to all other buttons. (DKT3014 uses only Pattern 1 or None). Possible values: Pattern 1, 2 or None (default) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 101 Enable repetitive ringing for incoming CO / PBX / Centrex signals. Disabling this parameter defaults to standard CO ringing pattern (1 sec on / 3 sec Off). Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 102 DN buttons for idle selection if the PDN button is busy. Note Off hook ringing selections are also based on “15 Call Answer Preference” choices. 5-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 103 BATI – for PC Attendant Console Interface. Possible values: None (default), BPCI or BATI 22 Blind Transfer Set Blind Transfer Action (Attendant Type Only). Possible values: Leave or Separate (default) 5-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 104 Enable Automatic Line Hold. This parameter allows a station to “line hop” from one call to another automatically by placing the first call on hold. Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 5-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 105 Single Touch Button No Data FB08 CO 7 Single Touch Button No Data FB09 CO 8 Single Touch Button No Data FB10 Do Not Disturb Do Not Disturb No Data 5-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 106 FB11 CO 10 No Data No Data FB12 CO 11 No Data No Data FB13 Do Not Disturb No Data No Data FB14 No Data No Data No Data 5-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 107: Dss Console Assignment

    5, slot 2, circuit 3, enter 050203. If a PDN is assigned to the DSS equipment number it must be deleted, using PRG201, before attempting to assign the DSS console. 5-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 108 • Primary DN plus DSS Key Assignment button to program DSS FBs ...or click one of the following buttons: • List – view a summary list of programmed DKTs. • Extended List – view a detailed list of programmed DKTs. 5-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 109 1300/1780 Hz 1 sec. On, 1 sec. Off, repeat 860/1180 Hz 0.5 sec. On, 1300/1780 Hz 3 sec. Off, repeat 860/1180 Hz 0.5 sec. On, 1300/1780 Hz 1 sec. Off, repeat 5-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 110 Follow the directions in each pop-up dialog box. 8. To modify an existing feature button, double-click the feature button and make the change in the appropriate dialog box that displays. 9. Click Submit. 5-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 111 Phantom DN Message Enter Phantom DN No. Warning Possible values: Any string up to 5 digits DSS Key Enter DSS Primary DN No. Possible values: Any string up to 5 digits 5-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 112 Station Flexible Button Assignments Use the “Record Sheets for 10-button and 20-button Telephones” page D-14 “Record Sheets for the DKT3014” page D-15 to plan your Station Flexible Button Assignments. 5-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 113: Data

    Possible values: 5~60 (default = 20) 04 Hold Recall Timer Select the number of seconds before a call is placed on hold recalls. Possible values: 0~255 (default = 60) 5-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 114: Group Call Pickup

    Enter the length of off-hook time that will cause a DN to originate an Emergency Timer Possible values: 0~60 (default = 0) 03 Destination Enter the destination DN for the Emergency Ringdown. Possible values: Up to 5 digits (default = no value) 5-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 115: Page Group

    Possible values: check = On, unchecked = Off (default) 18 All Emergency Check this radio button to enter this station in all Emergency Paging Groups. Page Group Possible values: check = On, unchecked = Off (default) 5-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 116: Phantom Dn

    ...or this number in Program 200, FB15 (if assigned)..or the calling telephone’s PDN. 05 System Call Forward Select the System Call Forward value. Possible values: 0~4 (CTX100), 0~10 (CTX670 Basic),0~32 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 5-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 117 Possible values: Up to 8 ASCII characters (default = no value) 11 Display Name Select radio button for user name to be included in the list display of Large LCD (Directory Assistance) Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 5-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 118: Hunt Group

    Allows you to assign a System Call Forward pattern to the Pilot Number of a Hunt Group. Possible values: 0~4 (CTX100), 0~10 (CTX670 Basic),0~32 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 5-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 119: Station Hunt Assignments

    CTX WinAdmin. Programmers should assign the last station in the Hunt Order first and assign the first station in the Hunt Order last. Possible values: 1~560 (default = no value) 5-27 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 120 To modify an existing entry, use the Modify button as described above. Possible values: Up to 5 ASCII characters (default = no value) 03 DN Set Type Modify (replace) an existing assignment. Possible values: Modify (default) or Insert 5-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 121: Station Speed Dial

    Prg 200, 35 - Station SpDial Bins. Example: If bin number 50 is entered here, 50 speed dial bins will automatically be assigned to the station and will also be displayed in Prg 200, 35. 5-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 122: Station Pdn Table View

    • Refresh: To query the latest data from CTX. • Print: To print a copy of the table to a local printer. You can sort in ascending or descending order by clicking the column header. 5-30 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 123: Network Dss Notify Data Delivery

    • Change DN – Enter a DN in the Primary DN field and click Change DN to assign a new DN to the ISDN BRI Station. 3. Set up ISDN BRI Station using the Program Detail table below. 4. Click Submit. 5-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 124 Day2 DRL • Night DRL 07 BRI Station FRL Select the BRI Station FRL assignments. • Day1 FRL Possible values: 1~16 (default = 1) • Day2 FRL • Night FRL 5-32 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 125 Interdigit timer value to time-out after the first digit is dialed. Possible values: 1~180 (default = 5) 20 CESID Enter the CESID value for 911 calls. Possible values: Up to 16 ASCII characters (default = no value) 5-33 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 126 BRI Bearer Capability of ISDN Bellcore Bearer Services ETSI Nat’l ISDN Speech 3.1kHz Audio 7kHz Audio Circuit Mode 64 kbps Rate adaptation Unrestricted Digital Information from 56 kbps 2x64 5-34 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 127: Isdn Station Data

    Enable Class of Service override. Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 08 Display DN Enter the DN to be displayed on the LCD. Possible values: Up to 5 digits (default = no value) 5-35 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 128: Setup Wizards

    PDNs to be assigned to a range of available station ports. 1. Select Station > Setup Wizard > PDN Range. Review the instructions that display on the Wizard screen (shown right). 5-36 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 129: Multiple Dn Assignment Wizard

    (the number of buttons including the PDNs plus the PhDNs). You should also specify the starting PhDN and Hunt Group number to be used to set up the multiple DN groups. 5-37 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 130 The example on this screen shows that five buttons were entered. This assigns the PDN plus four PhDNs on the telephone starting with Key 1~Key 5. 4. Click Start to generate the request. 5-38 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 131: Vmid Range

    VMID. This is not for Stratagy codes 91, 92, etc., they are set in Program 579. You can program a range of VMID codes for PDNs, PhDNs and/or Pilot DNs. 5-39 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 132 5. Click Start to submit the settings to the CTX database. The result requested displays on the screen shown at right. 6. (Optional) Click Print to save a hard copy of the VMID assignment. 5-40 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 133: Incoming Line Group

    Copy to make a new ILG assignment with settings copied from the ILG entered in Group Number. • Delete – Delete an ILG. 4. Enter Program 304 data. 5. Click Submit. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 134: Incoming Line Group Assignment

    Select number of DID digits received from CO. Possible values: 0~7 (default = 0) 12 Speech/3.1 KHz Select Bearer Capability 3.1 KHz Audio or Speech. Possible values: Audio (default) or Speech Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 135 Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 27 Senderized Tone Mode Send DTMF tones as a complete number rather than digit-by-digit. Possible values: Dial Tone (default), Entry Tone or Silence Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 136: Outgoing Line Groups

    (default = no value) 01 Group Type Select the OLG Type. Possible values: Analog (default) or ISDN 02 Trunk Type Select the Trunk Type. Possible values: CO (default) or Tie Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 137 17 QSIG Sending Type Digit sending Mode for QSIG only. Possible values: Cut Through or Senderized (default = Cut through) 18 Network COS Select Network COS number. Possible values: 1~32 (default = 1) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 138: Trunk Assignment

    You must have Internet Explorer (IE) 6.0 on your PC for the sort to work correctly. If you have IE 5.0, you can upgrade to IE 6.0 using the Strata CTX CD-ROM. IE 6.0 does not auto- install from the CD-ROM; run ie6setup.exe from the IE 6.0 folder on the CD-ROM.
  • Page 139 Enable Answer Supervision from the CO. Possible values: Received or Not Received (default) 09 Trunk Name Enter the trunk name. Possible values: Up to 14 ASCII characters (default = no value) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 140: Caller Id

    • Copy – Enter the Trunk Number in the Trunk Number field and click Copy to make new Caller ID trunk numbers. 4. Enter Caller ID Assignment data. 5. Click Submit. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 141: Trunk Timer

    3. Enter Trunk equipment number field. Enter Program 308 data. • List – to view a summary list of programmed Trunks timers. • Copy – to copy to trunk timer ports. 4. Click Submit. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 142 “Timing” in Prg300-06. After a line is seized this timer determines when the line will start to send the dialed digits to the other end. Possible values: 0=immediatly sent, and 50msec.delay to 500msec.delay (default = 500mseconds delay before sending digits) 6-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 143: Dit Assignment

    Slot numbers: • CTX100 – Select 01~04 for Base slots and 05~08 for Expansion slots. • CTX670 – Select 01~08 for Base slots and 01~10 for Expansion slots. 6-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 144 Select the MOH source for Analog DIT Trunk. The Scroll key must be used to select MOH sources indicated by 10 or higher. Possible values: External1~15 (default = External1) 6-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 145: Direct Inward Dialing

    Select the Destination Type for Audio/Speech calls 06 Audio Day2 Dst Type Possible values: No Data (default), Dialing Digits, DISA, Built-in Modem or 07 Audio Night Dst Type Night Bell 6-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 146 12 DNIS Name Enter DNIS name. DNIS names can be assigned from the CTX WinAdmin (not from programming phones). Possible values: Up to 16 ASCII characters (default = no value) 6-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 147 VM port answers a DID/DNIS call as explained above. These digits are sent to the VM port if the CTX is set for SMDI or DTMF integration in Program 580, 01. 6-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 148: Did Intercept Assignments

    Possible values: 0~32 (CTX100), 0~50 (CTX670 Basic), 0~128 (CTX670 Exp), (default = 0) 04 Pooled Line Group POOL Line Key Group Number. Possible values: 0~32 (CTX100), 0~50 (CTX670 Basic), 0~128 (CTX670 Exp), (default = 0) 6-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 149 Enter the Destination Directory Number. Destination DN is only required if the Data Day2 Dst DN destination type is “Dialing Digits” Data Night Dst DN Possible values: Up to 32 ASCII characters (default = no value) 6-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 150 DID/DNIS call as explained above. These digits are sent to the VM port if the CTX is set for SMDI or DTMF integration in Program 580, 01. 6-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 151: Service

    Enter DISA security code. Possible values: Up to 15 digits (default = no value) 03 Response Timer Enter the time, in seconds, for Strata CTX to respond to a call. Possible values: 0~30 (default = 5) 04 Idle Timer Enter the time in seconds to wait for idle DTMF.
  • Page 152: T1 Trunk Card

    Select the Send PAD values. Possible values: None, Plus 6 dB, Plus 3 dB, Zero dB (default), Minus 3 dB, Minus 6 dB, Minus 9 dB, Minus 12 dB or Minus 15 dB 6-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 153: Did/Dnis Table View

    - use Refresh after making any DID/DNIS program changes. You can sort the table by columns. Clicking the header of any column enables you to sort the table by that column. 6-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 154: Isdn

    Slot numbers: • CTX100 – Select 01~04 for Base slots and 05~08 for Expansion slots. • CTX670 – Select 01~08 for Base slots and 01~10 for Expansion slots. 6-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 155 Select Backward Cyclic (from highest number to lowest number of B-channel). • Select Forward Terminal for the lowest numbered B-channel. Select Backward Terminal for the oldest number B-channel. (The High-High B- channel selection) 6-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 156 Table 6-7 Bearer Capability Table Bellcore Bearer Services ETSI National ISDN Speech 3.1 KHz 7 KHz 64 Kbps Circuit Mode Rate adaptation from 56 Kbps Unrestricted Digital Information 2x64 Kbps 6-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 157: Pri Trunks

    ISDN PRI Trunk is to be assigned. Equipment numbers are required when assigning ISDN RPTU parameters in the system. It can also be used to display the equipment location of existing RPTU PCBs. 6-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 158 In North America, only Channel Number B map is used. See Table 6-8. • Video Possible values: Channel Number B (default), Channel Number H, Slot Map B or Slot Map H 6-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 159 Enable this option to allow 2-B channel conference on PRI calls. This allows to PRI channels to be connected in the same conference or Tandem call. Note This option must also be enabled by PRI provider to allow it to work. 6-27 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 160 64 kbps information Rate adaptation from 56 kbps Circuit 2x64 Mode 384kbp (H0) 1536kbps (H11) 1920kbps (H12) multirate (n x 64 kbps) Restricted digital Information Video Packet Shelf/Slot/Circuit Mode 6-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 161: Call-By-Call

    Enter the supplied Facility code value from the PSTN. If no data is entered in this field, any previously entered data is deleted. Possible values: 00~31(default = no value) 6-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 162: Cbc Time Zones

    Possible values: hh = 00~23, 99 (hour) 02 Start Zone 2 mm = 00~59, 99 (minutes) 03 Start Zone 3 9999 = delete time zone, (default = no value) 6-30 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 163: B Channel

    5. Click Submit. Table 6-9 B Channel Defaults B Channel Position 01~15 17~23 25~31 Span Interface Speed 1.5M (T1) OFF (Dch Pos) 2.0M (E1) OFF (Dch Pos) 6-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 164: Shared D Channel

    Possible values: D-channel or No D-channel (default) 04 Backup D-Ch The channel position within the 24 channels must be identified to be used for the ‘D’ Position channel signaling. Possible values: 1~24 6-32 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 165: Calling Number

    Possible values: Up to 10 ASCII characters (default = no value) This is the number that the PSTN has registered for billing purposes. The second number is for BRI only 6-33 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 166: Called Number Table

    6-4 When calls are received from the PSTN, a Called Number is supplied as part of the Setup Message. This Called Number may be used for directing the call to the appropriate service with Strata CTX. IELD ESCRIPTION OLG Number OLG Number.
  • Page 167: Trunk Did/Dnis Setup Wizard

    DID lines should always be set as CO type lines. 03 DID/DIT Service DID lines should always be set as DID service 04 Std/Q-SIG Service DID lines should always be set for “Standard” service 6-35 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 168 Delete all DID/DNIS numbers. Click Delete Now. The numbers are deleted. CAUTION! Overwrite erases all existing DID/DNIS numbers currently programmed for the selected ILG. 6-36 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 169 DID/DNIS ringing assignments can be unique for each CTX time period: Day, Day2 and Night. Select the period(s) in which the destinations should ring. Then select the destination type. 6-37 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 170 Add to front - these digits will be added in front of each dialing digit number. Add to End - these digits will be added to the end of each dialing digit number. 6-38 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 171 Add to front - these digits will be added in front of each VMID code. Add to End - these digits will be added to the end of each VMID code. 6-39 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 172 Trunks Trunk DID/DNIS Setup Wizard 6-40 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 173: Attendant Group Assignment

    Number). If no data is entered in this field, any previous entries are overwritten. Possible values: Up to 32 digits (default = no value) 03 Overflow Time Select the Attendant Overflow Time in minutes. Possible values: 0~180 (default = 30) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 174 Assign the 4th ILG to ICI Groups 1~10. Note Each ILG can only be assigned once in any of the ICI Groups. Possible values: 0~32 (CTX100), 0~50 (CTX670 Basic), 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.), (default = 0) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 175: Emergency Call Destination Assignment

    IELD ESCRIPTION 01 Day/Night Mode This is a display only field. It is controlled by the Strata CTX system. Possible values: Day1, Day2, Night (default = no value) 02 Called Number Index This is a display only field. It is controlled by the Strata CTX system.
  • Page 176 Attendant 400 Emergency Call Destination Assignment Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 177: System Ip Data Assignment

    When IPT searches to connect a CTX with no station ID, CTX looks for a PDN which is set this parameter as "automatic", and sends the PDN to the IPT and IPT sets it in the setting of IPT. Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 178 24, Assured Flow 'AF' or Controlled Load, intended to classify streaming traffic. 40, Expedited Flow 'EF' or Guarenteed, intended to classify high priority traffic. Possible values: 0~63 (default = 0) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 179 Program 250 FB05 and Program 150 FB02 Combination Matrix Program 250 FB05 Enable Disable Don’t Care Enable Apply Not Apply Apply Program 150 FB02 Disable Apply Not Apply Not Apply Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 180: Bipu Configuration

    Subnet Address Enter the Subnet Address of the BIPU. Default Gateway Address Enter the Default Gateway Address of the BIPU card. Version Number of BIPU This is a read-only field. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 181: Voice Packet Configuration Table Assignment

    Not available in Release 2.0. 07 Packet Loss Threshold If packet loss is more than 10, an error is recorded in the CTX error log and you cannot talk by IPT. Possible values: 0~10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 182: Station Ip Data Assignment

    Program 250. Disabling FB01 in Program 150 is equal to "not automatic" of FB04 of Program 250. When IPT requests to connect to a Strata CTX with no station ID, CTX searches for a PDN that is set in this parameter as "automatic", and send the PDN to the IPT, and IPT records it in the IPT...
  • Page 183 G711 interval to be 20ms and Prg 152-01 Voice Packet Interval table No.1 is 20ms, you set 08 Audio Codec as G711 and 07 Voice Packet Table to be Table No.1. Possible values: 1~128 (CTX100 and CTX670 Basic) 1~256 (CTX670 Exp.) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 184 The sample of software version is “DIP11NA.” DIP1 represents the IPT model. 1NA represents software version of IPT. “1N” represents the version of updatable software and “A” means the version of not-updatable software (BootROM). Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 185: Bipu Program Update

    Enter the IP address of the FTP server machine. Data Directory Enter the name of the FTP virtual directory on the FTP server. File Name Enter the name of the updated file (“vmlinus”). Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 186: Ipt Program Update

    Enter the IP address of the FTP server machine. Data Directory Enter the name of the FTP virtual directory on the FTP server. File Name Enter the name of the updated file (“apph248.out”). 8-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 187: Pilot Dn Assignment

    Services This chapter covers a variety of services offered by Strata CTX. Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Voice Mail, Least Cost Routing (LCR), Destination Restriction (DR), Networking, Station Message Detail Reporting (SMDR), External Devices, System Parameters and other miscellaneous services are discussed.
  • Page 188: System Voice Mail Data

    “System Voice Mail Record Sheet” page D-38. 2. From the Program Menu, click Services > Voice Mail > System Voice Mail Data. 3. Enter Program 579 data. 4. Click Submit. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 189 Possible values: 80 ms (default) or 160 ms 09 LCD Control of Voice Enables Toshiba Proprietary Integration (TPI) for Soft Key Control of VM. TPI and Mail Soft Key Control of Voice Mail requires Stratagy Enterprise Server Release 3.x or higher.
  • Page 190: Voice Mail Port Data

    Click Copy to make a new VM Port DN assignment with settings copied from the Port entered in VM Port DN. 4. Enter Program 580 data. 5. Click Submit. Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 191 Possible values: Enable or Disable (default = no value) 03 Send B Tone Enable Strata CTX to send B tones in the event of a Blind Transfer Recall. Possible values: B Tone, No Tone or B Tone and Extension Number (default =...
  • Page 192: Least Cost Routing/Destination Restriction

    9-15 LCR Analysis Process The flowchart below represents the process by which Strata CTX analyzes dialed digits and makes LCR decisions. The graphic is divided into four areas each described below. DR and call connection are described elsewhere in this document and are shown here only for their roles in the LCR process.
  • Page 193 Route Analysis chooses a Route Plan based on the dialed digits. The Routing Analysis Plan becomes the index into the time/date calculations described in the next section. If the Strata CTX is unable to match the dial string, it uses the default route plan which assures a route out of the system. If a match is found, Strata CTX determines if a exception table is associated with the dial string.
  • Page 194: Lcr Assignment

    Local calls are made by dialing 7-digit public telephone numbers that do not require an Area Code. There are 64 LCR Route Plans from which to choose. Possible values: 1~64 (default = 1) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 195: Lcr Route Plan Digit Analysis Assignment

    01 Exception Table Enter the Route Plan Table in which to assign the Exception Digits. Note Entering 0 deletes the Exception Digits from the table. Possible values: 1~64 (default = 0) Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 196: Route Define

    Possible values: 1~128, 0 = Delete (default = 1) 02 Route Definition 2 03 Route Definition 3 04 Route Definition 4 05 Route Definition 5 06 Route Definition 6 9-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 197: Lcr Route Definition Assignment

    Possible values: Up to 23 ASCII characters (default = no value) 03 Add Trailing Digits Enter the digit string to be inserted at the end of the number. Possible values: Up to 23 ASCII characters (default = no value) 9-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 198: Route Schedule

    04 Route Choice Table Enter the Route Choice Table Number to be used with this combination of time, type and LCR group. Possible values: 1~128, 0 = delete (default = 1) 9-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 199: Lcr Public Day Of Week Mapping Table

    Select the Day Type to assign to this day. Weekday, Weekend (default) or Holiday 07 Sunday Select the Day Type to assign to this day. Weekday, Weekend (default) or Holiday 9-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 200: Public Holidays And Lcr Time Zones

    Enter your Day Type and Time Zone selections before entering data in to this field. Possible values: hh = hour (0-23) and mm = minutes (0-59) (default = 0000) 9-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 201: Dr Overview

    • – international • Strata CTX has expanded this to include restriction based on any string of dialed digits. Strata CTX can restrict any string of up to 11 dialed digits including and . Eleven-digit screening allows control of access to individual telephone numbers in remote Area Codes.
  • Page 202: Basic Operation

    Digit Manipulation DR Table DR Table Action Action Allow Allow Deny Deny Deny Deny Exception Exception Reject Call Table Action Table Action Allow Allow Connect to OLG 5944 Stop 9-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 203 Services Least Cost Routing/Destination Restriction Tables Strata CTX uses two or three tables to apply DR: Screening Tables. There are two types of screening tables as follows: • • LCR Screening Tables. • OLG-Specific Screening Tables. DR Table or Exception Table to the DR Table.
  • Page 204 DTMF character including and . As soon as Strata CTX finds a match in the table, it acts upon it. Therefore, entering in a Deny table will deny all 1+ calling to users with that DRL whereas entering denies calls to the 888 Area Code.
  • Page 205: Lcr/Dr Screening

    Apply – (default) Apply LCR to all of the external dialed digits. • Skip and Apply – Apply LCR to the dialed digits excluding the number of • digits specified in Skip Length. 9-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 206: Dr Screening Table For Olg

    Enter the number of leading digits to be ignored by DR. Possible values: 0~8 (default = 0) 05 Pause Length Enter the length of the pause to be inserted between dialing digits. Possible values: 0~10 (default = 0) 9-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 207: Dr Level Table Assignment

    Possible values: 1~7 digits (default = no value) 02 Add/Delete Add or delete the string entered in 01 Dial String above to the DR Table. Possible values: Add or Delete (default) 9-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 208: Drl Exception Table Assignment

    DRL Number Enter the DRL number. Possible values: 1~16 (default = no value) 01 Credit Card Calling Enable Credit Card Calling for this DRL. Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 9-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 209: Account Codes

    Accounting Codes need to be specified for the number of digits that are expected to be used for registering a number. This allows dialing within Strata CTX to proceed automatically once the correct account code is dialed. The following numbers are then dialed digits used for making the phone call.
  • Page 210: Verified Account Codes

    Exception 2~4 default = no value Note One of the assigned exception numbers should be 911. Exception 04 Exception Number 4 Numbers for Forced Account Code fields cannot be duplicated. 9-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 211: Dr Override By System Speed Dial

    Possible values: 1~16 (default =1) 03 Override FRL Select the override FRL value. Possible values: 1~16 (default =1) 04 Override QPL Select the override QPL value. Possible values: 1~16 (default =1) 9-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 212: Cos Override Assignment

    Select QPL number for this override code. Possible values: 1~16 (default = 1) 06 Set Network COS Select Network COS index for this override code. Possible values: 1~32 (default = 1) 9-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 213: Networking

    Overlap Code and delivers the call to a local station, trunk or feature. The Node ID is one to six digits long. The Strata CTX knows that a Node ID to which an Overlap Code has been assigned is for the local node and that all others are for the remote nodes.
  • Page 214: Network Directory Number

    Overlap Code has been established for local extensions, it cannot be used for feature access; a separate Node ID must be established. If no Overlap Codes are used, one Node ID will serve for all purposes. 9-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 215: Digit Manipulation

    Path Replacement applies to: Call Transfer • Ring Transfer • Station Call Forward • System Call Forward • 9-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 216: Coordinated Numbering Plan

    Plowable buffers are usually attached to each network node and polled by a central call accounting system. If the buffer is not available, the Strata CTX will buffer up to 1000 records. Equipment numbers, time stamps and call type designations assist the call accounting system in associating records for the same call from different nodes.
  • Page 217: Centralized Voice Mail

    Soft Keys X (R1.3 and higher) Transfer Direct to Voice Mail X (R1.3 and higher) Networking Multiple Voice Mail Systems – Refer to “Networking Multiple Voice Mail Systems” page A-3. 9-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 218: Centralized Attendant

    Telephone BLF or DSS information from the local CTX-1 is Console 2 Console 3 Console 4 shared with remote CTXs over the WAN/LAN. The CTXs share trunk information over QSIG. 6577 Figure 9-2 BLF/DSS Networking 9-32 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 219 Assignments” on page 4-27. 4. Enter IO Logical Device values: • 00 Logical Device No. = 400 • 01 Device Connection = LAN • 02 Device Port No. = 11 9-33 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 220 Use the same Device Port No. that was used in Program 803. Example: 11. Enter 6000 in FB04 – Server Port Number. 6. Make a note of the IP addresses of each networked Strata CTX. 7. Make a note of the Port numbers of each switch.
  • Page 221: Network Dss (R1.3 And Higher)

    “803 SMDR SMDI CTI Port Assignments” page 4-27. • 00 Logical Device No. = 500 (DSS) • 01 Device Connection = LAN • 02 Device Port No. = 12 9-35 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 222 5-16. DSS button can have up to seven digits, so Node ID can be included. Before R1.3 five digits were the maximum allowed in a DSS button. 9. From each remote CTX, repeat steps 1~8 to set up Network DSS. 9-36 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 223 Services Networking Network Feature Content The following is a list of Strata CTX features that operate across multi-node Strata Net connections. Account Codes Forced/Voluntary/Verified* Do Not Disturb * • • Automatic Busy Redial* Do Not Disturb Override* • • Automatic Camp-on Door Lock Control •...
  • Page 224: Configuration

    Configuration RPTU2 PCB The Strata CTX uses a new Primary Rate Interface PCB that can terminate either a Strata Net connection or a public PRI: the RPTU-2A. The RPTU-2A is backwardly compatible with the RPTU-1A for standard ISDN operation. The mode of operation (standard or QSIG) is controlled by a programming parameter named “Private Service Type.”...
  • Page 225: Node Id Assignment

    This program assigns up to four Network Node IDs to process incoming network calls. Each Node ID has an overlap code. Strata CTX will substitute the Overlap Code for the Node ID before processing the call further. A Network Directory Number consists of a Node ID and the desired node.
  • Page 226: Remote Node Data Assignment

    Enter the remote node IP address. Possible values: Up to 15 digits (default = no value) Remote Node Port Number Enter remote node port number. Possible values: 0~65535 (default = no value) 9-40 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 227: Private Routing Plan Analysis

    2. From the Program Menu, click Services > Networking > Route Choice Definition. 3. Enter Program 653, 654 and 655 data. 4. Select the Private Network. 5. Click Submit. 9-41 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 228: Private Route Choice Table Assignment

    Select the number of leading digits to be deleted. Possible values: 1~10, 0 = delete (default) 02 Insert Leading Digits Select the leading digits to be inserted. Possible values: Up to 23 digits (default = no value) 9-42 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 229: Mapping

    05 TGAC Override Choose whether an incoming call with this Network COS can override local Trunk Group Access Control. Typically an attendant function. Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 9-43 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 230: Miscellaneous

    DRL/FRL/QPL selected in the Network DRL/FRL/QPL field above. Possible values: 1~16 (default = 1~16) Miscellaneous The Strata CTX system can monitor SMDR, Call History and Behind Centrex. Use the following programs to set up these services. SMDR The following enable programming for SMDR, Call History and Behind Connection settings.
  • Page 231: Smdr For System Assignment

    Possible values: Enable or Disable (default) 05 Display Transferred Call Select whether to charge a transferred call to the source or destination party. Records Possible values: Source (default) or Destination 9-45 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 232: Smdr For Olg Assignment

    Possible values: Up to 6 digits (default = no value) 01 Primary DN Enter Station DN to store call history data. Possible values: Up to 5 digits (default = no value) 9-46 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 233: Behind Centrex Assignment

    None This feature allows Strata CTX to connect to the station side of a PBX or Centrex using a physical loop trunk interface. DR and Least Cost Routing may need to account for access codes required by the PBX or Centrex before connecting to the public network.
  • Page 234: External Devices

    DDCB 1 provides door phone numbers 1~3, 2 can be a door phone or door • lock. DDCB 2 provides door phone numbers 4~6, 5 can be a door phone or door • lock. 9-48 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 235 Enter the Door Phone name that should display on LCD telephones when the door phone rings the telephones; or, when the telephone calls the door phone. Possible values: Up to 16 characters (default = no value) 9-49 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 236: Door Phone Night Ring Over External Page

    Enter the system Page Group number that should ring for the selected tenant when a door phone button is pressed during the system Night Mode. Possible values: None (default), BIOU or DDCB 9-50 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 237 PCB to which the DDCB is to be connected. If a PDN is assigned to the DDCB equipment number it must be deleted, • using PRG201, before attempting to assign the DDCB console. 9-51 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 238: View Biou Control Relay Assignments

    “105 System Data” page 4-12). DOOR LOCK – Door Lock Control activates when a telephone's Door Unlock • button is pressed (see “508 Door Lock Control Assignment” page 9-50). 9-52 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 239: Paging Devices Group Assignments

    BIOU2 and disable the ACTU built-in relay, use the programming telephone to remove the virtual BIOU2 and then install the actual BIOU2 in Cabinet 01 Slot 01~08 in the normal manner. 9-53 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 240: Enhanced 911 Emergency Call Group

    PhDN button will flash red but not ring. Important! Delay Destinations can be PDNs of Standard telephone circuits only and Voice Mail Hunt Group Pilot Numbers (not Multiple DN Hunt Groups). 9-54 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 241: Mcpn Owner Privileges

    Code is used to activate or de-activate Station Call Forward of MC Group. System Call Forward is activated/deactivated using CTX WinAdmin. The MC Group can also be set as the destination of System on Station Call Forward. 9-55 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 242: Multiple Call Group Assignment

    Enter 0 or 1~32. Possible values: 0~32 05 Voice Mail ID Enter the VM call forward ID digits for the Multiple Calling Group. Possible values: Up to 10 digits. 9-56 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 243: Multiple Calling Members Assignment

    The OLG Screening table view can be accessed by selecting Services > OLG Screening Table View. This table is a read only table and enables you to view the programmed OLGs. 9-57 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 244: Destination Restriction Wizard

    DRLs within the system. • Print – enables you to print to a local printer. • Refresh – enables you to get the most updated information. 9-58 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 245: System Setup

    This chapter discusses CTX WinAdmin’s operational programming functions. System Setup Programs Used: 900, 901, 902 and 915 These programs enable programmers to simulate system Power Off/On, initialize Strata CTX, check software versions and set system clock and date. 1. From the Program Menu, click Operation >...
  • Page 246: Ctx Restart

    Restoring Data from SmartMedia below). Important! Choosing Initialize CTX without installing a SmartMedia Card deletes all programmed data and returns your Strata CTX to factory default settings. All previously programmed data is lost (See “Restoring Data from SmartMedia” page 10-2).
  • Page 247: Display Version

    Operation System Setup 901 Display Version Prerequisite Program: None This program enables you to view the Active and Standby software versions installed on the Strata CTX system processor. IELD ESCRIPTION System Type Displays the system that is connected. Possible values: CTX670, CTX100 (Active only).
  • Page 248: Regional Selection

    Strata CTX processor. It must be first formatted for Strata CTX operation by running Forced Format (program 908). • The Strata CTX format will create five special folders. These folders and how to use them are explained below and in, Chapter 11 –...
  • Page 249 Ctmc > Ctmc_Local > SmartMedia > New Folder The created folders will be available in the Local Folder drop-down box. You can store CTX SmartMedia files on these folders (See details below). 10-5 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 250: Ctx Smartmedia Folders

    To perform the backup function you must first delete any existing default.datfiles to allow CTX to Note create a new default.dat file. • Program – The operating software of the Strata CTX is saved in this folder as a nhs.prg file. 10-6 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 251: Smartmedia Errors

    CTX system and the type of Update that will be performed. CTX Software Update Files Each Strata CTX system type has two Software Update files: one for CTX WinAdmin Remote Update and another file for Local Update (to use with the Programming Telephone procedure).
  • Page 252 911 Remote Program Update Step 1: Download and Extract CTX Software The latest released version of CTX system software Update files are posted on the Toshiba FYI site http://fyi.tsd.toshiba.com. To download the software files, follow the procedure below. Step 1A: To download CTX System Software Files from FYI 1.
  • Page 253 After the CTX database is reloaded, you must reconnect CTX WinAdmin to the Strata CTX and verify that the new software is loaded. ➤ To get started 1.
  • Page 254 911 Remote Program Update ➤ To perform the Update 1. Connect the CTX WinAdmin PC to the Strata CTX system that should be updated via LAN or modem. 2. From the Program Menu, click Operation > Program Update. The Program Update screen displays.
  • Page 255 14. From the Program Menu, click Operation > System Setup screen and click the green “Restart CTX” button or turn the Strata CTX power off/on. CTX WinAdmin will return to the Login screen. This is necessary to reset QSIG, ISDN and other advanced features.
  • Page 256 911 Remote Program Update Important! If power is turned off/on or if the Strata CTX is re-started before switching the Active software from “Trial” to “Normal”, the CTX670 will switch the old software back to Active. It is your responsibility to verify the system is working correctly after Remote Update is complete.
  • Page 257: Data Backup

    910 Data Backup Prerequisite Program: on page 10-4 This program enables you to backup programmed data from Strata CTX to a SmartMedia Card. 1. Install the SmartMedia Card into the designated slot of the Strata CTX processor. The SmartMedia card must be...
  • Page 258: Ip Configuration

    None This program displays Network Communication IP address configuration. This program applies to the Strata CTX Network (NIC) jack connection only. It does not apply to the CTX maintenance modem. To change TCP/IP settings see “Step 2B: Set Up IP Address of CTX NIC”...
  • Page 259: Ftp User Accounts

    Prerequisite Program: None This program establishes up to four FTP users for the built-in Strata CTX FTP server function located on the Strata CTX processor. These Strata CTX FTP accounts allow FTP access to the Strata CTX SmartMedia card. This allows administration of the Strata CTX SmartMedia folders and files.
  • Page 260: File Information

    Operation File Information File Information Prerequisite Program: None This program enables you to view lists of Alarm and Administration files stored on the Strata CTX SmartMedia card. See “908 SmartMedia” page 10-4 for more information about these files. 1. From the Program Menu, click Operation >...
  • Page 261: Community Name

    Possible values: a.b.c.d.; a = 0~255, b = 0~255, c = 0~255, d = 0~255 Notes • To allow any CTX WinAdmin PC to connect to the Strata CTX with a particular community name, enter  as the IP address for that Community Name. •...
  • Page 262: Mac Address

    Prerequisite Program: None This program enables you to view the Media Access Control (MAC) Address assigned to your Strata CTX System processor PCB. The MAC address is a unique serial number that is electronically coded in the CTX processor memory at the factory – it cannot be changed. The MAC Address is also printed on the back of the processor card that is used for the CTX670 (Processor Part Number BBCU1A) and CTX100 (Processor Part Number ACTU1A).
  • Page 263: Trap Destinations

    Possible values: Alpha characters (default = no value). IP Address Enter the IP Address for remote connection. Possible values: a.b.c.d.; a = 0~255, b = 0~255, c = 0~255, d = 0~255 10-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 264: License Control

    The License Code will have to be generated from Toshiba’s FYI website (http://fyi.tsd.toshiba.com). After obtaining the License code from FYI save it as a Text file. Cut and paste the License code obtained from Toshiba’s FYI website. The License Code is made up of the MAC Address and the number of ports.
  • Page 265: License Activate

    This license must be enabled on each CTX in a QSIG Network. Networking System Type This identifies the type of CTX system to which CTX WinAdmin is currently connected. 10-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 266 This identifies the number of licensed CTI sessions. Each Attendant Console, the Sessions ACD or OAISYS Sever and each third party CTI application requires one CTI session license. (Command 803 assigns CTI sessions). 10-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 267: Quality Of Service

    Trace Data By running traces when tests are conducted on your Strata CTX system, you ensure that data are being kept in the event your system encounters a problem. This data can be sent to Toshiba Tech Support for analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Page 268 “Format/Unmount SmartMedia” page 13-101. 4. Remove the SmartMedia card from Strata CTX. Use caution. The SmartMedia device can be damaged if removed incorrectly. 5. Insert the SmartMedia card into your SmartMedia reader. 6. Locate the Evnttrce folder and save all files ending with .sdt and .mdt to your PCs hard drive.
  • Page 269: Event Trace Control

    Programs Used: 903, 904, 905 and 906 Prerequisite Program: None This program enables you to trace message events occurring in Strata CTX. Program Numbers 903, 904, 905 and 906 are consolidated in one CTX WinAdmin screen (shown below). 1. Install the SmartMedia Card into the designated slot of the Strata CTX processor.
  • Page 270: All Isdn Trunk Trace Selection

    Select whether to trace all ISDN PRI and BRI trunks. Possible values: On (default) or Off 906 Change Trace Side IELD ESCRIPTION Trace side Select Trace side change. Possible values: Message Trace (default), ISDN Trace or Both 11-4 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 271: Error Alarm Log

    Error Alarm Log Error Alarm Log Prerequisite Program: None This program enables you to trace errors and alarms in Strata CTX. 1. Install the SmartMedia Card into the designated slot of the Strata CTX processor. 2. From the Program Menu, click Operation >...
  • Page 272: System Admin Log

    • Open – click this button to open an existing Memory Access file. 6. Click Submit. 7. Click Save to save Memory Access file. Note The Content box displays the contents of the memory address selected. 11-6 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 273: Components

    Auto Fault Detection/Disable When an error occurs in hardware resources used for a station or line, the Strata CTX system will make them busy. In this case the Strata CTX system will automatically disable the card slot or card port (circuit or channel).
  • Page 274 • Enable – removes the Make Busy condition if the slot or port is manually disabled. Note You cannot enable a slot or port if the system automatically disabled it. The status on the screen will display “Disabled by Fault.” 11-8 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 275: Tools

    PC to check for errors or other anomalies. The downloaded commands are saved as files on the C: drive or on whichever drive Strata CTX WinAdmin is installed, in this path: CTX\WinAdmin\ctmc\ctm c_Local\DownLoad. They may be opened and viewed using Excel, Word or some other application.
  • Page 276: Profile

    Possible values: Black (default), White, Dim Grey, Red, Dark Red, Blue, Indigo, Navy, Purple, Maroon, Teal, Fuchsin, Dark Green. User Management For information on User Management, refer to Chapter 2 “User Management” page 3-16. 12-2 Strata CTX Programming - Part 2: CTX WinAdmin Programming 04/03...
  • Page 277 726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Systems Part 3: Telephone Button Programming April 2003...
  • Page 279: Record Sheet Overview

    Telephone Button Programming This chapter discusses the button programming interface provided with Strata CTX. This chapter also includes Button Programming examples, procedures, and tables to program 100~800 series programs. This chapter has tables that list programs sequentially by program number. Tables found below a program table contain required information for the above program.
  • Page 280: Telephone Button Overview

    Telephone Button Overview Telephone Button Overview Strata CTX programmers can access programming mode from any DKT LCD telephone, except DKTs connected to an RDSU. A 20-button telephone (shown below) is required to ensure full access to all programming parameters. The telephone button programming interface enables limited programming capabilities over ranges of stations or trunks.
  • Page 281: Telephone Button Commands

    2. Keep the following in mind as you maneuver through Strata CTX programs. • Default and/or current settings are displayed on the telephone LCD with an asterisk. • Some Strata CTX Programs have more than 20 programmable parameters. To toggle from )%...
  • Page 282: Programming Sub-Parameters

    Telephone Button Overview Programming Sub-parameters Some commands enable programming of Sub-parameters to further refine Strata CTX settings. Internet or Network IP addresses are entered using sub-parameter data. IP addresses are displayed as four three-digit values, or Octets, separated by “periods” (e.g., 192.168.255.253). Your programming telephone’s LCD is only capable of displaying the IP information three digits, or one Octet, at a time.
  • Page 283: Button Programming Examples

    Button Programming Examples The following examples show you how to use the Strata CTX button programming interface. Toshiba highly recommends the use of Strata CTX WinAdmin to meet the demands of your telephone system programming. Suppose a customer needed to assign a DKT Station to a PDN. Based on the “Identify Program...
  • Page 284: Program 204

    PROG=  +ROG 3. At the prompt enter (n) and press )% +ROG 4. Press . Press to set the number of ABR attempts and press 13-6 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 285: Button Programming Procedure

    2. Press Step 4: Choose a Button Sequence ➤ Select the button sequences based on the programs required for programming the Strata CTX from the Telephone. For 100~900 series programs, refer to pages 13-11~13-94. Program Listings This table is a list of programs found in this chapter.
  • Page 286 Trunk Assignment Trunk Delete PRI Trunks ISDN Trunk Delete Incoming Line Group Assignment ILG Delete Outgoing Line Group Assignment OLG Delete Trunk Timers Direct Inward Dialing DIT Assignment MOH Source 13-8 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 287 LCR Public Day of Week Mapping Table LCR Route Plan Time Zone Assignment DR LCR Screening Table Assignment DR Screening Table for OLG DR Table Allow/Deny Definition DR Level Table Assignment DRL Exception Table Assignment 13-9 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 288 900 series programs. Tables immediately following a program table are provided for reference. For example, the PCB Code table shown after the Program 100 table gives important PCB codes needed in Program 100. 13-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 289: Series Programs

    Codes: 012, 013, 015, 016 , nnn, )% +ROG , n, 1. None +ROG 2. 8 DKT no OCA 3. 8 DKT w/ OCA 4. 16 DKT no OCA 5. 16 DKT w/ OCA 13-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 290 No Data ABR - Activate Æ## ABR - Cancel Æ##! Call Park Orbits - Activate Æ"" Call Park Orbits - Park Answer (Retrieve Parked Call) Æ"! System Orbit Number &—& ( 13-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 291 Call Forward (Any Call) - Remote Cancellation Æ%$! Call Forward (External Call) - Remote Cancellation Æ%$# Change Password for Remote Activation/Cancellation Æ%& Input Account Code Æ#% Change DISA Security Code Æ%$' 13-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 292 Originate Call with Sub Address -Outgoing Call/Internal Call ÆÆ Application starting access code Æ ' Æ%$ System Date Adjust Code (Release 1.02, MA227 or higher) Æ%$! System Time Adjust Code (Release 1.02, MA227 or higher) 13-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 293 , n1, A7 # C‚yq C‚yq 103-15 Directed DN Call n1 = 1. Enable (default) The privilege to pick a specified DN. Pickup 2. Disable , n1, A7 $ C‚yq C‚yq 13-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 294 C‚yq C‚yq 103-35 Allow Long Hook n1 = 1. Enable The privilege to use a Long Flash signal over outside lines. Flash 2. Disable (default) , n1, A7"$ C‚yq C‚yq 13-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 295 (default = 5) 911 or 9+911 dialed codes for treatment using the E911 procedures , n, A7 " C‚yq C‚yq rather than normal dialing treatment. 13-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 296 105-06 Credit Card Code Up to 32 digits Enter the number dialed to initiate a Credit Card Call. This is normally “0” in the USA. , n, A7% C‚yq C‚yq 13-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 297 2. Disable (default) Outgoing Call. , n, A7 % C‚yq C‚yq 105-17 Caller Number 1. Enable (default) Caller number display preferentially. Display 2. Disable , n, A7 & C‚yq C‚yq 13-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 298 105-25 DP Make Ratio 1. DPMakeRatio33 Dial pulse Make/Break ratio can be set to 33% or 40%. The default 2. DPMakeRatio40 value is 40%. , n, A7!$ C‚yq C‚yq (default) 13-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 299 To pad is to insert loss; therefore, negative loss equals net 4. 3 dB Net Loss gain. 5. 6 dB Net Loss 6. 9 dB Net Loss 7. 12 dB Net Loss 8. 15 dB Net Loss 13-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 300: Pad Group Device Type Examples

    Music Source 1~15 (Music Port) if Music port = 8, value = 58. External Paging Device 1~8 (Zone Relay Number) if External Paging Device = 3, value = 63. 13-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 301 CTX and from updating the CTX software. 110-01 Password n1 = Up to 16 digits Enter a 1~16 digit password for the selected level. Each level can have only one password. , n1, C‚yq C‚yq 13-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 302 Enter the start time for Night Mode for the Holiday type of day. Enter mm = minute (00~59) “9999” to omit this mode. , hhmm, A7( C‚yq 9999 to delete C‚yq 13-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 303: Pad Conference Table

    This program is used to initialize the tables of selected programs in the Strata CTX system. C‚yq 116-01 , n, 3 digit Program Number Enter Program Number to be initialized. C‚yq C‚yq (100~999) “Data Initialize Programs” page 13-26. 13-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 304: Data Initialize Programs

    “x” and “n” where x = 0~9 and n = 2~9. C‚yq 117-01 Digits to Follow n1 = 1~64 The total number of digits in a number beginning with the Prefix Number above. , n1, C‚yq C‚yq 13-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 305: Series Programs

    Day2 FRL FRL for Night. • Night FRL , n, , n, A7% Tƒx… , n, Tƒx… C‚yq 200-07 LCR Group 1~16 Station LCR Group Number. , n, A7& C‚yq 13-27 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 306 PDN that forward to voice mail (see Program 580 for SMDI or DTMF choice). 200-22 Message Waiting to Up to 5 digits Message Waiting Center DN. VM Port , n, A7!! C‚yq 13-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 307 Strata CTX R1.3 software. Disable: This station will receive normal dial tone when it has a station-to-station or Voice Mail message waiting, or if DND is set. 13-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 308 BRI Station COS 1~32 COS for Day1 • Day1 COS COS for Day2 • Day2 COS COS for Night • Night COS , n, , n, A7$ Tƒx… , n, Tƒx… C‚yq 13-30 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 309 Enter the Caller Emergency Services Identification (CESID) for E911 calls. , n, A7! C‚yq 202-21 Number Voice Calls 1. One Voice Call Allowed Number for Interface. Allowed 2. Two , n, C‚yq 13-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 310: Bri Bearer Capability Of Isdn

    Voice Mail message waiting. BRI Bearer Capability of ISDN Bellcore Bearer Services ETSI Nat’l ISDN Speech 3.1kHz Audio 7kHz Audio Circuit Mode 64 kbps Rate adaptation Unrestricted Digital Information from 56 kbps 2x64 13-32 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 311 Ext. Ring Repeat 1. Enable Enable repetitive ringing for incoming CO/PBX/Centrex signals. 2. Disable Disabling this parameter defaults to standard CO ringing pattern , n, C‚yq (1 second on/3 seconds Off). 13-33 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 312 3. ACD calls 4. Recalls (Hold recall, Automatic call back, ABR, etc.) 5. External Calls (DID, DIT DISA line calls etc.) 6. Internal Calls (station, Attendant, Tie line, door phone, etc.) 13-34 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 313 Enable Automatic Line Hold. This parameter allows a station to “line 2. Disable hop” from one call to another automatically by placing the first call on , n, A7" C‚yq C‚yq hold. 13-35 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 314 CO 12 FB14 CO 13 FB15 CO 14 FB16 CO 15 Single Touch Button FB17 CO 16 FB18 CO 17 FB19 CO 18 FB20 Do Not Disturb Do Not Disturb 13-36 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 315 205-00 Primary DN 0~99999 Enter a Primary DN number to program FBs. Note FB04 Add on Modules in Program 204 must be set to One or C‚yq Two. 13-37 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 316 This Parameter is required for Feature Codes 130 only. Parameter Assignments” n5, see Note page 13-39. Note For Feature Code 130, make your selection and push Spkr for further options. 13-38 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 317 CTX station. Release 1.3 or higher software. Up to 5 digits for releases earlier than 1.3. Start Parameter 1 Enter Application Enter a value between APL NO= Application number. 0~99. 13-39 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 318 On hold - Directed DN Retrieve • On hold and Incoming - Any External Call #& • On hold and Incoming - Calling Number Identification (CLID) Dialing • Dial Out Do Not Disturb (DND) 13-40 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 319 2. Voice First , n, A7! C‚yq 206-03 Handsfree 1. Enable (default) Whether to regard an incoming call as a hands free call Answerback 2. Disable , n, A7" C‚yq 13-41 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 320 Up to 5 digits Enter Primary DN of DKT. C‚yq 207-01 Feature Key Number 1~2860 Enter the feature number of the one touch button that registers the operating data. , n, C‚yq 13-42 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 321 &# Mode [Vol Up] + [Mode] &SK01 Page [Vol Up] + [Page] &SK02 Scroll [Vol Up] + [Scroll] &SK03 Feature [Vol Up] + [Feature] &SK04 [Vol Up] + [Msg] &MSG 13-43 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 322 C‚yq 208-07 Ring Xfer No Answer 0~600 Select the Ring Transfer Idle station or Busy station (Camp-on) Recall Timer Time (in seconds). (default = 32) , n, A7& C‚yq C‚yq 13-44 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 323 Enter a Primary DN plus an ADM number to Program ADM FBs. yyyyyx, ADM (1 or 2) Note FB04 Add on Modules in Program 204 must be set to One or C‚yq Two. 13-45 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 324 Assignment Feature Code n5, see Note Table” page 13-40 Note For Feature “Feature/Button Code Code 130, Parameter Assignments” make your page 13-39 for more selection and details. push Tƒx…Ãs‚…à sˆ…‡ur…à ‚ƒ‡v‚† 13-46 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 325 Enter a Primary DN plus DSS Key Assignment button to program DSS FBs. DSS (1~8) yyyyyx, C‚yq Note FB04 Add on Modules in Program 204 must be set to One or Two. 13-47 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 326 Assignment Feature Code n5, see Note Table” page 13-40 Note For Feature “Feature/Button Code Code 130, Parameter Assignments” make your page 13-39 for more selection and details. push Tƒx…Ãs‚…à sˆ…‡ur…à ‚ƒ‡v‚† 13-48 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 327 DNs are hunted. C‚yq 218-00 Hunt Group Number 1~640 Enter an existing Hunt Group number or use the List, Add, Append, Modify, or Delete buttons as described above. C‚yq 13-49 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 328 219-00 Network DSS Node Important! Don’t use this program unless requested by Toshiba Technical Support. C‚yq Enter the Node ID of the Network DSS key Notify Data to be deleted. 13-50 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 329: Series Programs

    This function is accessible only through CTX WinAdmin. 300-10 External Ring Repeat 1. Supplied (default) Supply the External Ringing Signal pattern to stations. For behind 2. Not Supplied PBX/Centrex trunks. , n, A7  C‚yq 13-51 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 330 PSTN which channel on , n, (default = 0) A7% C‚yq which link is used for the given call. This identifier is assigned by the connected PSTN. 13-52 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 331 Sets this span as Side A or Side B for Layer 3 of a QSIG PRI. The 4. Side B opposite value must be set for the node in which this QSIG PRI , n, A7!& C‚yq terminates. 13-53 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 332: Bearer Services Table

    Select ILG GCO Key Group for DIT mode (see Trunk Type above). 0~50 (CTX670 Basic) The same GCO cannot belong to different ILGs. , n, A7$ C‚yq 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 13-54 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 333 A7!! C‚yq 304-23 LCR Group 1~16 Enter the LCR Group number. Calls from this ILG cannot tandem if (default = 1) this field is not entered. , n, A7!" C‚yq 13-55 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 334 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 306-08 1~32 Select Day 1, Day 2 and Night Values. (default = 1) , n, , n, A7' Tƒx… Ã , n, Tƒx… ÃC‚yq 13-56 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 335 01~07 (CTX670 Exp.) to the system. It can also be used to display the equipment location of existing trunks. yy = Slot 01~8 (CTX100), 01~10 (CTX670) zz = Circuit 01~24 13-57 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 336 C‚yq 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 309-04 Pool Key Group 0~32 (CTX100) Pooled Line Key Group 0~50 (CTX670 Basic) , n, A7# C‚yq 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 13-58 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 337 DID\DNIS calls to voice mail as explained above. 309-12 DNIS Name Up to 16 digits Enter DNIS name. DNIS names can be assigned from the CTX WinAdmin (not from programming phones). , n, A7 ! C‚yq 13-59 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 338 • Line access codes and network routing numbers can also be entered to route incoming calls back out to a public or private network number. 13-60 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 339 Up to 15 digits Enter DISA security code. , n, A7! C‚yq 311-03 Response Timer 0~30 Enter the time, in seconds, for Strata CTX to respond to a call. (default = 5) , n, A7" C‚yq 311-04 Idle Timer 0~60 Enter the time in seconds to wait for idle DTMF.
  • Page 340 47 on a Channel Group. " % C‚yq This second PRI may optionally offer a backup D channel. 316-00 Channel Group 1~32 (CTX100) Channel Group Number. 1~48 (CTX670 Basic) C‚yq 1~128 (CTX670 Exp.) 13-62 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 341 Identify connection format with the PSTN is 1- Point-to-Point or 2- 2. Point to Multi Point Point-to-Multipoint. , n, A7$ C‚yq 317-06 Bearer Svc - Speech 1. Enable (default) Enable speech capability. 2. Disable , n, A7% C‚yq 13-63 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 342 Up to 10 digits Enter the telephone number for subscriber number 2. If no data is entered in this field any previously programmed information is lost. , n, C‚yq C‚yq 13-64 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 343: Bearer Capability Table

    0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 318-04 Pooled Line Group 0~32 (CTX100) POOL Line Key Group Number. 0~50 (CTX670 Basic) , n, A7# C‚yq 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) (default = 0) 13-65 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 344 DID\DNIS calls to voice mail as explained above. 318-12 DNIS Name Up to 16 digits Enter DNIS Name. DNIS names can be assigned from the CTX WinAdmin (not from programming phones). , n, A7 ! C‚yq C‚yq 13-66 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 345 VM port if the CTX is set for SMDI or DTMF integration in Program 580, 01. Intercept Treatment This command assigns Intercept positions for Strata CTX Day/Night schedules. Intercept positions are used when the destination of a " ( C‚yq...
  • Page 346: B Channel Defaults

    This number is appended to Program 321 FB02. , n, A7" C‚yq C‚yq Note Destination Type and Destination must be entered before a DID number can be assigned. 13-68 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 347 , n, A7 ! C‚yq 323-13 Max Calls Zone 3 0~47 Select the maximum number of Bch in Time Zone 3. (default = 0) , n, A7 " C‚yq C‚yq 13-69 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 348 Enter the Time Zone Starting Time (hhmm). mm = minute (00~59) , hhmm, C‚yq 9999 to delete 324-02 Start Zone 2 , hhmm, A7! C‚yq 324-03 Start Zone 3 , hhmm, A7" C‚yq C‚yq 13-70 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 349: Series Programs

    Call groups. There is one group for each Day mode (Day1, Day2 and Assignment Night). C‚yq 400-01 Day/Night Mode 1. Day 1 This is a display only field. It is controlled by the Strata CTX system. 2. Day 2 , n, C‚yq 3. Night 400-02 Called Number Index This is a display only field.
  • Page 350: Series Programs

    Activate the Paging Group(s) this station belongs too. The number of 01~16 2. Off (default) DNs that can be assigned are 1~4 (CTX100), 1~8 (CTX670 Basic), , n, A7 % C‚yq 1~16 (CTX670 Exp.) 13-72 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 351 Enter a valid accounting code that the user will be expected to dial. Digits 0~9 can be used. C‚yq Note The Account Code is set to the same digit length as the Verified Digit Length in Program 570 above. 13-73 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 352 Equipment (Shelf/Slot/Circuit). DDCB1 is assigned to the lowest DDCB Equipment and DDCB2 to the next lowest, etc. If DDCB Circuit B is set to Door Lock, a Door Phone cannot be set. 13-74 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 353 PDN or PhDN, enter the directory number. If the ring destination 1~8 (CTX670 Basic) type is Page, enter the Page Group number. 1~16 (CTX670 Exp.) n1 = Up to 5 digits 13-75 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 354 C‚yq 509-01 Override COS 1~32 Select the override COS value. (default =1) , n, C‚yq 509-02 Override DRL 1~16 Select the override DRL value. (default =1) , n, A7! C‚yq 13-76 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 355 Enable to generate records for this ILG Records 2. Disable , n, C‚yq 513-02 DNIS Field Indication 1. Enable (default) Check to include DNIS information in records for this ILG. 2. Disable , n, A7! C‚yq 13-77 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 356 Night Mode (see “Program 105” on page 13-18). • DOOR LOCK – Door Lock Control activates when a telephone's Door Unlock button is pressed (see “Program 508” on page 13-76). 13-78 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 357 Speed Dial Bin. Then in the another Speed Dial Bin, program the first Bin number + the number to dial. When the second Speed Dial Bin is activated, Strata CTX first retrieves and dials the international dialing prefix from the first Bin location, then adds the numbers to dial.
  • Page 358 Local calls are made by dialing 7-digit public telephone numbers , n, A7! C‚yq C‚yq that do not require an Area Code. There are 64 LCR Route Plans from which to choose. 13-80 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 359 Route Choice Table 1~128 Enter the Route Choice Table Number to be used with this (default = 1) combination of time, type and LCR group. , n, A7# C‚yq C‚yq 13-81 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 360 527-01 Add/Delete 1. Add Choose to add or delete this date from the holiday table. Expired 2. Delete (default) dates remain in the table unless deleted. , n, C‚yq C‚yq 13-82 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 361 , n, Bypass – Do not apply DR. A7! C‚yq • Skip and Apply – Apply DR to the dialed digits excluding the number of digits specified in Skip Length. 13-83 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 362 Add or Delete n2 = 1. Add Add or delete the string entered in 01 DR Exception Table above to 2. Delete (default) the DR Exception Table. , n2, A7! C‚yq C‚yq 13-84 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 363 0~32 (CTX100) Specify the first through eighth OLG to be chosen for an E911 call. 01~08 0~50 (CTX670 Basic) , n, A7' C‚yq 0~128 (CTX670 Exp.) C‚yq (default = 0) 13-85 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 364 Accounting Codes need to be specified for the number of digits that Length are expected to be used for registering a number. This allows dialing within Strata CTX to proceed automatically once the correct account $& C‚yq code is dialed. The following numbers are then dialed digits used for making the phone call.
  • Page 365: Circuit Type Code Definitions

    , n, A7' C‚yq 579-09 LCD Control of Voice 1. Enable (default) Enables Toshiba SMDI+ and integration for LCD control of VM. To Mail 2. Disable enable this feature you must have Stratagy Enterprise Server Release 3.x or higher. , n, A7( C‚yq...
  • Page 366 , n, A7! C‚yq 580-03 Send B Tone 1. B Tone Enable Strata CTX to send B tones in the event of a Blind Transfer 2. No Tone (default) Recall. , n, A7" C‚yq 3. B Tone and Extension...
  • Page 367: Series Programs

    C‚yq 654-01 1~32 (CTX100) Enter the OLG to be used by this route definition.(1~128 Expanded; 1~50 (CTX670 Basic) 1~47 Basic) , n, C‚yq 1~128 (CTX670 Exp.) 0 = delete 13-89 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 368 Node ID for further call Overlap Code 4 processing. , n, , n1, A7# Tƒx… n1 = Up to 4 digits The privilege to pick a specified DN. C‚yq C‚yq 13-90 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 369 Enter the local DRL/FRL/QPL you want to map to Network DRL/FRL/ QPL 1~DRL/FRL/QPL 16. This value can be different depending on the type of table chosen above. , n, C‚yq 13-91 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 370: Series Programs

    SMDI: 300 or 301 no value) 400 = BLF CTI LAN devices or PCs can be assigned to any of the 9 LAN devices 500 = DSS numbers available: 200~208. 13-92 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 371: Device Table

    LAN Port4=device203 LAN Port5=device204 LAN Port6=device205 LAN Port7=device206 LAN Port8=device207 Device Table Physical Device Define I/O Logical Logical Device Logical Smart Device Serial Number Device RS-232C Media Number SMDR SMDI 13-93 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 372: Series Programs

    Level 1 – Erases programmed data and enters default data or backed up data if a 2:Restart SmartMedia Card is installed (see Note). Level 2 – Simulates System Power Off/Power On operation to reset hardware. 13-94 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 373: Display Version

    • Active – As the name implies, this is the current active software operating the Strata CTX system. • Standby – This is a software version released prior to the active version. It acts as a backup in the event problems are experienced by the Active version.
  • Page 374 • DTMF Version – This three character string identifies the existence of DTMF and ABR circuits and the version. The “D” designation indicates that DTMF is being applied to the Strata CTX while “09” indicates the DTMF version number.
  • Page 375: Set Time And Date

    Telephone Button Programming 900 Series Programs Set Time and Date This program enables you to change the system clock in Strata CTX. Program Number(s): 902 Prerequisite Program: None Reference: None Access Sequence: Login to programming mode from your telephone button pad: +ROG ✱...
  • Page 376 When CTX 670 stops logging data, it automatically sends data to the SmartMedia card. A new trace Note file is stored on SmartMedia under the Evnttrace directory. Run the Unmount command (Program 908) before removing the SmartMedia card to ensure complete data transfer. 13-98 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 377: Isdn Trace Location

    01~07 corresponding to the Strata CTX Cabinet number, Slot is a two digit value from 01~10 corresponding to the Strata CTX Cabinet’s PCB slot number and Circuit is a two digit value from 01~04 corresponding to the Strata CTX PCB Slot’s circuit number.
  • Page 378: All Isdn Trunk Trace

    Enter desired parameter number. 2:ISDN 2:ISDN 3:Message+ISDN 3:MESSAGE+ISDN )% 1. Press 2. Select , or to select parameter. +ROG 3. Press to execute. +ROG 4. Press to return to the = prompt. PROG 13-100 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 379: System Admin Log

    Unmount command (Program 908) before removing the SmartMedia card to ensure complete data transfer. Format/Unmount SmartMedia This program enables Administrators to format a SmartMedia card from Strata CTX WinAdmin or the telephone button pad. Note Strata CTX WinAdmin cannot view SmartMedia files directly. Additional hardware is required to view the contents of the SmartMedia card.
  • Page 380: Mac Address (System Serial Number)

    • Progdata – Your Strata CTX programmed settings are all saved in this folder. • Program – The operating software and default data of the Strata CTX is saved in this folder. When a backup is performed, Strata CTX saves programmed data to the folder.
  • Page 381: Data Backup

    )% )% 2. Press should blink green. +ROG +ROG 3. Press to execute. Press again to Cancel. This program stops running if you exit programming mode from your telephone. 13-103 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 382: Program Update

    +ROG Do not press the button. Pressing the button restarts the Backup procedure. Note To Restore data from the SmartMedia card to Strata CTX, see “System Initialize” page 13-94. Program Update This program enables you to update the Strata CTX programs.
  • Page 383: Make Busy Control

    The slot to which your programming phone is connected can not be set to Make Busy. Note +ROG 2. Press to execute. +ROG 3. Press again to return to = prompt. CABINET +ROG 4. Press to return to the = prompt. PROG 13-105 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 384: Regional Selection

    • Green intermittent blinking – PCB Make Busy Status mode is idle. Regional Selection Set Operating region for your Strata CTX. This assignment sets built-in core LSI hardware parameters that are not changeable with jumpers or switches. These parameters must be set unique for each country and affect system operation.
  • Page 385: Ip Configuration

    • The IP Address is the static IP address of the Strata CTX processor NIC/Ethernet connection only. The PPP IP address for the Strata CTX processor modem is always 192.168.255.254 and cannot be changed.
  • Page 386 Telephone Button Programming 900 Series Programs 13-108 Strata CTX Programming - Part 3:Telephone Button Programming 04/03...
  • Page 387: Data Backup

    Maintenance This chapter provides Strata CTX maintenance procedures that can be activated from the programming telephone. For SmartMedia, refer to “Format/Unmount SmartMedia” page 13-101. Data Backup 1. Format the SmartMedia using “Format/Unmount SmartMedia” page 13-101 (Program 908). 2. Insert the formatted SmartMedia into Strata CTX.
  • Page 388: Restoring Programmed Data

    CTX system and the type of Update that will be performed. CTX Software Update Files Each Strata CTX system type has two Software Update files: one for CTX WinAdmin Remote Update and another file for Local Update (to use with the Programming Telephone procedure).
  • Page 389 Local Update Step 1: Download and Extract CTX Software The latest released version of CTX system software Update files are posted on the Toshiba FYI site http://fyi.tsd.toshiba.com. To download the software files, follow the procedure below. Step 1A: To Download CTX System Software Files from FYI 1.
  • Page 390: Strata Ctx100 Local Update

    • Strata CTX670 Local Update Strata CTX100 Local Update The Update process is used to change the Strata CTX software version and restore programmed data. The new software is first loaded on the SmartMedia card. It is then transferred to the Strata CTX100 processor flash RAM.
  • Page 391 Update to fail CAUTION! After a short pause the Strata CTX will begin to upload the software from the SmartMedia card to the processor flash RAM causing the following: • If FB07-LED is flashing green, it indicates that the Update process is in progress.
  • Page 392: Strata Ctx670 Local Update

    Strata CTX670 Local Update The Update process is used to change the Strata CTX software version and restore programmed data. The new software is first copied from the SmartMedia card to the standby side of the Strata CTX670 processor flash RAM.
  • Page 393 The Strata CTX processor heartbeat LED stops flashing and all telephones become inactive. After a few minutes the Strata CTX initializes and starts up with new version of software as active and the original software as standby, and then restores the backed up program data from the SmartMedia card default.dat file (the processor SmartMedia LED flashes while it restores the...
  • Page 394: Trace Function

    . The new software is on the active side running in Normal mode. • If Strata CTX power is turned off/on before the Active side is switched to “Normal”, the Strata CTX will automatically perform a CLRREBOOT and make the old software active.
  • Page 395 726+,%$ Telecommunication Systems Division Digital Business Telephone Systems Part 4: Appendices April 2003...
  • Page 397 13-58. • FB11 DNIS VMID Code • FB15 DID/DNIS Number DTMF VMID 10.Program 318 “DID Intercept Assignment” page 13-65. • FB11 VMID for DNIS Number • FB15 DID/DNIS Number DTMF VMID Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 398 TPI is required for iES32. A BSIS card must be installed in the Strata CTX. 3. Install a serial cable between the BSIS card and the Stratagy (see CTX wiring diagrams in Strata CTX Installation and Maintenance Manual, Peripheral Installation chapter).
  • Page 399 • Device Port No. = 1~9. 3. Click LAN Device tab. Program 801 Network Jack Lan Device Assignments screen displays. 4. Enter the LAN data: • 00 LAN Port No. = 1~9 • 01 Protocol = TCP Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 400 9-42 “655 Private Network Digit Modification Table Assignment” page 9-42 “656 Node ID Assignment” page 9-39 For all other voice mail set up steps refer to “Voice Mail Set Up” page A-1. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 401 FB13=Enable, FB14=Enable Prime DN=3003, FB1=010704, FB2=5, FB3=Nat’l ISDN, FB4=Point to Multi-Point, FB13=Enable, FB14=Enable Note FB2 must be a different channel group for each BRI station and cannot conflict with PRI channel group. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 402 6. Run all other CTX programs necessary to customize the features required for each IP Telephone. All programs used to program Digital Telephones also apply to IP Telephones (Program 205 keystrips, 213 Add-on-Modules, Program 204 DKT Parameters, etc.). Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 403 (simultaneously) to enter programming mode], you can use these buttons for the following functions: • Press to enter a period. M to backspace. • Press 6SNU • Press to cancel entry and start over. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 404 (from 20 sec. to 60 sec.). Time, Date and PDN displays on LCD when the information is set. “IP Telephone Start Up Sequence”below for an explanation of the LCDs that you will see Note during this procedure. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 405 BIPU Step 2 again. Error message: REGISTERING IPT... “Exxx” is error CAN’T REGISTER IPT:EXXX number. Registering LCD data is indicated from completion CTX. Example: - normal action. NO. 205 FEB 28 THURSDAY Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 406 IP network connection settings (LED On = initialize, LED Off = don’t initialize). See “IPT-to-IP Network Connection Instructions”below for details. +ROG 4. Press again to complete the initialization process. 5. Go off-hook and hang up. A-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 407 Voice Readiness Assessment should completed before installing VoIP. Important! Voice Readiness Assessments are the responsibility of the installing TSD dealer. Toshiba is not responsible for supporting problems which occur because the network on which the IP telephones are installed does not meet VoIP packet requirements.
  • Page 408 24 = Assured flow (AF) or Controlled Load, intended to classify streaming traffic. 40 = Expedited Flow (EF) or Guaranteed, intended to classify high priority traffic. Used by VoIP gateways to mark VoIP traffic. A-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 409 Echo Caused by Older CTX Analog PCBs To provide optimum voice quality of IP telephones on Strata CTX systems, there are some compatibility requirements that need to be followed when using analog CO line cards in the system.
  • Page 410 4. Press FB4 for handset voice output in speakerphone mode (LED On = with, LED Off = without). +ROG 5. Press to set the above data. 6. Go off-hook and hang up. A-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 411 Incorrect characters entered • Input method is wrong Some settings carried out using the range function may not have been programmed correctly. Identification error Required parameter is not entered. Required parameter does not exist. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 412 The entered circuit number is not the clock source port. A7! —A7!! “Common Error Code Table” page B-1. The entered Pad device number is invalid. A7—A7 The number of Pad groups exceed the system capacity. A7 —A7! Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 413 The entered time value is out of range. A7 —A7( “Common Error Code Table” page B-1. “Common Error Code Table” page B-1. The Program Number entered is invalid. An invalid character exists in the entered value. A7 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 414 The number is already in use by a DKT extensions, etc. The quantity of lines, ISDN channels and PDNs entered A7 exceeds the number of ports licensed with this processor. The DN entered is invalid. A7 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 415 Only Feature Code(s) allowed for Attendant Console is registered. Two or more DSSs with the same value are registered to one extension. While assigning sub-parameters to a DN: A DN was selected that does not exist in the system. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 416 The entered DN conflicts with an existing numbering plan. A7 The DN entered is an extension number that does not exist in A7 the system. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 417 The entered DN does not exist in the system. The Prime DN entered conflicts with a value of an existing numbering scheme. The secondary/PhDN entered cannot be registered. The number conflicts with an existing number scheme. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 418 The designated PCB and extension combination is not A7 —A7' allowed. The number of DSS consoles entered exceeds the system’s A7 —A7' capacity. The number of DSS buttons entered exceeds the system’s capacity. This error can occur with PB1~PB8 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 419 The additional information assigned to the Feature Button is invalid. The line number entered does not exist. The allowable number of GCO, POOL or PhDn has been exceeded. The number of Flexible buttons programmed exceeds the system’s capacity. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 420 The allowable number of Hunt Group member assignments has been exceeded. More than 560 DNs are designated for members of one hunting group. Note For FBs in Program 205, 213 and 215, codes shows the entered Feature Code. B-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 421 An ISDN trunk cannot be assigned to the designated Shelf/ Slot/Circuit. The designated ILG does not exist in the system. A7" The designated OLG does not exist in the system. A7# B-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 422 Programs 300 and 302 must be deleted first. The entered OLG does not exist in the system. The entered equipment value is invalid. A7 The designated trunk equipment does not exist in the system. A7 B-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 423 The entered trunk number does not exist in the system. A7 “NONE” entered in any field is invalid. A7! A7# A7$ The entered equipment value is invalid. A7" The PCB installed in the designated Shelf/Slot must be a A7 RDTU. B-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 424 The selected ILG number does not exist in the system. The number of ILGs exceed the system capacity. The number of allowable GCO or POOL key group A7" assignments has been exceeded. A7# The destination number is not assigned. A7 —A7" B-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 425 1~3) exceeds the related (Maximum Calls Zones 1~3) A7'—A7 " maximum Bch value. The assigned minimum Bch value (Minimum Calls Zones A7' 1~3) exceeds the related (Maximum Calls Zones 1~3) A7  maximum Bch value. A7 ! B-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 426 The Attendant group number entered is out of the range. A7 The entered Attendant group number does not exist in the A7 system. The designated ILG does not exist in the system. A7&—A7 % B-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 427 Account Code cannot be verified. A7 Account code confirmation digit does not coincide. (It is larger A7 than the value that was registered by Program 570.) The Account code number exceeds the system’s capacity. A7 B-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 428 No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. ILG number enter does not exist. A7 The entered OLG number does not exist. A7 No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. B-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 429 DR LCR Table codes cannot be repeated. The value entered cannot be registered (e.g., If 1234 is registered, 123 cannot A7 be registered). The code is not registered in the screening table. A7 B-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 430 Length. Registered Digit Length cannot be less than the Verified Digit A7! Length. The same account code cannot be repeated. A7 —A7# The same account code cannot be repeated. A7 —A7# B-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 431 No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. No error occurs for this Program except for common errors. B-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 432 The selected port conflicts with existing devices, such as CTI, etc. The Physical Device assignment conflicts with existing serial number assignments. The values assigned in Program 803 conflict with related I/O Logical and Physical Device assignments. B-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 433 This chapter is helps you cross-reference programs from Strata DK to CTX and vice versa. For example, Program 03 of the DK is similar to Program 100 of the Strata CTX. Only programs that have similar functions have been listed in these tables. The first table lists Strata DK program numbers in ascending order and the next table, “Strata CTX to Strata DK”...
  • Page 434 Station Timer Automatic Busy LED 11 ABR Redial Time Assignment Redial’s Recall Timer Automatic Busy Automatic Busy Redial Station Timer LED 12 Redial’s Retry Count (ABR) Cycles Assignment when Outgoing Call Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 435: Strata Ctx/Dk Program Cross-Reference

    Code 5 Pause After Flash Pause time after flash Emergency Ring System Assignments, Standard Telephone Emergency Ring Down Down Timer setting of 12-1 Basic Timing Ring Down Timer Assignment an originating terminal Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 436 LED 02 Wink/Immediate Trunk Assignment Start Method Automatic Campon LED 03 DID Camp-on/Busy DID/Tie Line Options on/off Incoming Line Group Assignment DID/Tie Second Dial Called Dial Tone send LED 04 Tone Option on/off Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 437 Privilege as the Service Assignment originator of Executive Override Privacy Override LED 18 Executive Override privilege Originator forced LED 08 Forced Account Code Account Code Verified Account LED 14 Verify Account Code Codes Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 438 Whether to ring a splash tone when a LED 02 Handsfree No Warning hands free call is started. Enable or Disable Busy Override (BOV) Ring Over Busy LED 11 Tone repetition timers Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 439 Emergency Ring Down Emergency Ring Set Destination Port No. Ring-Down Destination Assignment Down Destination (1) Feature Code (2)parameter1 (3)parameter2 Flexible Button Station Feature Key LED 01-20 Set Feature 1-20 Assignments Assignment (4)parameter3 (5)parameter4 (6)parameter5 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 440 Exception Dial Strings Exceptional Toll Exception Office Office Codes Restriction Table Codes Assigned by Add/Delete codes Assignment Area Codes Class Of Service LCR feature 50-1 LCR Parameters LED 01 Enable System LCR Assignment availability Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 441 LCR Station Group Second Set LCR Station Group Assignments parameter ISDN Basic Station LCR Group Number Assignment DK424 Attendant First Attendant Console Attendant Group 58-1 Overflow Timer Console Series parameter Overflow Timer Assignment Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 442 Digits for Trunk Groups parameter Assignment Count Trunk Group Create Channel Group Number Channel Group Second ISDN Primary Trunk *66-1 Set Channel Group No. Number Parameters parameter Assignment Set ILG Set OLG C-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 443 Call Types for ISDN Set Minimum number of Call By Call Service Minimum number of *67-3 Trunk Groups B-channels reserved Assignment Bch in Time Zone2 Minimum number of Bch in Time Zone3 C-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 444 Direct inward dialing Destination Name of 71-5 DNIS Display assignment DNIS Peripheral Options(Door Phones) System Timer Electric door lock 77-1 RSIU/RSIS/RMDS, LED 20 Door Lock Time Assignment unlocking time PIOU/PIOUS/IMDU, PEPU C-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 445 (2)Destination Flashing Assignments Door Phone Number 12(79) Number of DAY1 (1)Destination Type Ground/LOOP Start/ Direct Inward Set Ringing Station at (Day1) 81-83 CO Line Station LED 01-20 Termination Ringing Assignment (2)Destination C-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 446 DAY2 Ringing Assignment (2)Destination (1)Destination Type Ground/LOOP Start/ Direct Inward Set Ringing Station at (Night) 87-89 CO Line Station LED 01-20 Termination NIGHT Ringing Assignment (2)Destination Legend: N/A = Not Applicable C-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 447: Flexible Pcb Cabinet

    Strata CTX/DK Program Cross-reference Strata CTX to Strata DK Strata CTX to Strata DK The following numerical listing gives you the Strata CTX program numbers and titles and cross-reference Strata DK programs that are similar. Note Only programs having a similar Strata DK program have been listed in the table below.
  • Page 448 External Music On Peripheral Options External Music on Hold1 on BCTU (Door Phones) RSIU/ Hold Source 77-1 LED 05 MOH/NT Relay RSIS/RMDS, PIOU/ External Music On Assignment PIOUS/IMDU, PEPU Hold2 on BIOU1 C-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 449 Set LCR Station Group Assignments Parameter ISDN Basic Station CESID Station CESID Set CESID Assignment Information Change System Station Class of Speed Dial (Only Port LED 05 Speed Dial Service 000 can change SSD) C-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 450 LED 01 Tone First/Voice First Parameter signaling Part 1 of 3 Assignment Message Waiting Station Class of Voice Mail (VM) Center Port for Voice LED 05-08 Service Groups 1-4 Mail Port C-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 451 DSS Console and DSS Key Assignment 1-60 representing the Number Button LED 01-20 Set Feature Code function to be Assignments performed. Some feature keys require additional parameters to completely define the key. C-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 452 Audio”Audio”" (2) Channel identifier number slot map/ LED 02 "Set ""3.1 kHz Audio"" channel type for 3.1kHz Audio. (1) Bearer Capability unrestricted digital LED 03 "Set ""64 kbps. Data"" Information 64kbps. C-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 453: Set Did Extension Number

    (2) Destination (1) Destination Type [PDN], [PhDN], DH, Direct Inward Dialing Set DID Extension (Day2,audio/speech) ACD or Modem DID Assignment Number Ext. Assignments (2) Destination (1) Destination Type (Night,audio/speech) (2) Destination C-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 454: Strata Ctx

    Display for ISDN SPID ISDN Basic Trunk BRI Service Profile SPID Type, Initialize Type Assignment Identifier (SPID) SPID Value Parameters SPID Value1 SPID Value2 T-WAIT 10-4 ACD/ISDN Parameters LED 12 BRI T-WAIT Timer C-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 455 Set Minimum number *67-3 Bch in Time Zone3 Trunk Groups of B-channels reserved ISDN Trunk Groups Maximum number of Set Maximum number *67-4 Maximum Channel Bch in Time Zone3 of B-channels reserved Reservation C-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 456 Door Phone Busy DDCB Equipment Door Lock 77-2 Signal/Door Lock Number 04,08,12,16 Assignments Assignments Toll Restriction/ Class of Service COS Override Code 44-1-8 Traveling Class Toll Restriction Code Override Assignment Override Codes C-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 457 Modification Table Add Leading Digits 55-1 or After the Dialed Digits added parameter Assignment Number Add Digits Before and/ Third Add Trailing Digits 55-2 or After the Dialed Digits added parameter Number C-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 458 Set External Paging Options(Door Phones) Door Phone Ring On External Paging in Group for termination 77-1 RSIU/RSIS/RMDS, LED 08 External Page in Night Night Mode in Night Mode PIOU/PIOUS/IMDU, mode. Assignment PEPU C-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 459 Number for Voice Mail VP (B+Station Number) Whether send End to End Signal or not End-to-end Signal RCV LED 17 send for Voice Mail (VM) Port Legend: N/A = Not Applicable C-27 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 460 Strata CTX/DK Program Cross-reference Strata CTX to Strata DK C-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 461 CTX670 Expansion Cabinet 3: Location – Local/Remote ___________ Slot Number S_01 S_02 S_03 S_04 S_05 S_06 S_07 S_08 S_09 S_10 PCB Name PCB Code (FB01) FB02 Options FB03 FB04 Line/Channel Number Port Station Number Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 462 • RWIU slots for up to 32 handsets are S105 and S_07. Up to three adjacent slots must be vacant to reach maximum capacity. • All Base Cabinet slots support Speaker OCA. Speaker OCA is supported in slots S_01~S_06 for Expansion Cabinets. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 463 Record Sheets System Card Assignment Record Sheet – Strata CTX 100 CTX100: Location – Local/Remote ___________ CTX100 Base Cabinet CTX 100 Expansion Cabinet Slot Number S_01 S_02 S_03 S_04 S_05 S_06 S_07 S_08 PCB Name PCB Code (FB01) Options FB02...
  • Page 464 Directed DN Call Pickup Allow Short Hook Flash Ext Call Pickup Allow Long Hook Flash Directed CO Call Pickup Allow Hook Flash Remote Retrieve Call Pickup Can Originate OCA 1. Not used in Release 1. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 465 23 Call History Prefix 1 10 Auto Station Release 24 Emergency Digits Sent 11 ISDN SPID 25 DP Make Ratio 12 Night Mode Relay 26 Call Button Jumping 13 BGM External Paging 14 Lost Call Destination Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 466 Record Sheets System System Call Forward Record Sheets Program 500 Values Program 504 Values 00 SCF 01 Call Type 02 Period Number TelStatus Destination 1 Destination 2 TelephoneStatus Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 467 Record Sheets System System Speed Dial Record Sheet 00 Speed 00 Speed 01 Number 02 Name 01 Number 02 Name Dial Bin Dial Bin Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 468 01 Monday 02 Tuesday 03 Wednesday 04 Thursday 05 Friday 06 Saturday 07 Sunday Program 113 Values Day 1 Day 2 Night Type of Day Mode Mode Mode Work Day Non-Work Day Holiday Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 469 Record Sheets System SMDR SMDI CTI Port Assignments Service Name Values SMDR SMDI 00 Logical Device Number RS232 01 Device Connection RS232 Device Port Number Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 470 Record Sheets System BSIS RS-232 Serial Port Setup Service Name Values 00 BSIS Port (1~4) 01 Port Speed 02 Port Parity 03 Data Bits 04 Flow Control 05 Wait Timer D-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 471 13 Call Pickup 27 Name Display Day 1 14 Bearer Capability 28 Door over DND 06 FRL Day 2 15 Display DN 29 Emerg Ringdown Night 16 CESID 30 Chg Sys Speed D-11 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 472 06 OCA Type 16 Text Message Display 24 MIC Init. Value 09 Handsfree MIC 17 Call History Memory 25 Microphone 10 Handsfree Tone 18 DTMF Back Tone 26 Speaker Mode Tones D-12 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 473 Record Sheets Station Feature Button Record Sheet PDN, Sub-parameter Settings Button Button Button Phantom DN, Number Name Code CO, GCO, PL D-13 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 474 PDN No. ______ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Location: Location: Location: Location: Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code D-14 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 475 PDN No. _______ PDN No. _______ PDN No. _______ PDN No. _______ Location: Location: Location: Location: Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code Button Code D-15 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 476 Phantom DN Record Sheet 02 Tone/Voice 1st Voice Mail 05 System Phantom DN 01 Owned PDN 04 Display DN 09 Message 11 Display Call Forward Tone Voice 06 ID 10 User Name Center Name D-16 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 477 03 DN Set 05 Pilot 07 DHG Group 02 Pilot 04 Number to 01 Hunt Method Type Multiple Auto 02 DN Number Number Display Order SCFwd DN Hunt Camp-on Dist Circ D-17 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 478 Program 502 Values (Enter a Check to turn “ON”) Program 516 Values Prime 01 Speed Emerg Ring Page Emerg 02 Number 03 Name Dial Bin Ring down Dest Page down Timer D-18 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 479 06 DRL Day 2 11 3.1 KHz Audio 22 Svc Tone Permission 33 Auto OCA Day 3 12 7 KHz Audio 23 TGAC Override 13 64Kbps Unrestricted 24 Ch Sys Speed D-19 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 480 Record Sheets Station ISDN Station Data Record Sheet D-20 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 481 28 Emergency Call Group Program 513 Values 01 Generate SMDR 02 DNIS Field 03 B Record for 04 Abandoned Call 05 Display Xsferred Records Indication Incoming Call Record Output Call Records D-21 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 482 Day 2 15 Credit Card Calling 06 Key 1 Night 16 Send CESID Pool Number 07 Key 2 Day 1 17 QSIG Sending Type 10 QPL Day 2 18 Network COS Night D-22 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 483 Record Sheets Trunks Trunk Assignment Record Sheet Trunk D-23 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 484 Record Sheets Trunks Caller ID Assignment Record Sheet Trunk Number 01 Signal Method 02 Signal Content 03 CLID Equip D-24 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 485 10 Night 02 MOH Source Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest 03 GCO Key Group 04 Pool Key Group 11 DNIS VMID 12 DNIS NAME D-25 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 486 10 Night 02 MOH Source Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest Type Dest 03 GCO Key Group 04 Pool Key Group 11 VMID for DNIS 12 DNIS Name D-26 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 487 01 Day 1 Destination 02 Day 1 Destination 03 Night Destination 01 Auto 02 Short 03 Long Trunk Equip No. 04 MOH Release Flash Flash Pause Response Type Destination Type Destination Type Destination D-27 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 488 09 Unrestricted 64K 14 Initialize Type 19 Voice Calls 04 OLG 10 Unrestricted 56K 15 Initialization Display 20 Trunk Subscriber 1 06 Speech 11 Unrestricted 2x64K 16 SPID 1 21 Trunk Subscriber 2 D-28 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 489 12 Unrestricted 56K 18 Video 25 RBT on Incoming 06 Trunk ID 13 Unrestricted 2x64K 19 Multirate Unrest. 26 Network Mode 07 D Ch Position 20 B Ch Sel Method 27 Negotiation Priority D-29 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 490 Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 02 Type Start Start Start 03 Fac 04 Service 05 Network Ch Group 01 Index 06 ILG 07 OLG Zone Zone Zone Code Param Service D-30 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 491 13 B Ch 14 B Ch 15 B Ch 16 B Ch 17 B Ch 18 B Ch 19 B Ch 20 B Ch 21 B Ch 22 B Ch 23 B Ch D-31 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 492 Record Sheets Trunks Shared D Channel Record Sheet 01 Equipment Ch Group 02 Trunk ID 03 D Ch Provided Number D-32 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 493 Calling Number Record Sheets Program 321 Values Program 322 Values 01 Default 02 Number 03 Number 04 Default 01 Destination 03 DID OLG Number 02 Destination Number Prefix Verification Number 2 Type Number D-33 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 494 00 Attendant Group 01 Call Dist Method 02 Alternate Destination 03 Overflow Time 04 Group Overflow Destination 05 Voice Mail ID Member ICI1 ICI2 ICI3 ICI4 ICI5 ICI6 ICI7 ICI8 ICI9 ICI10 D-34 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 495 05 TOS Precedence Type TOS Delay Type TOS Throughput Type TOS Reliability Type 06 DSCP 07 IEEE802.1p 08 IEEE802.1p Configuration 09 IP-CTX Identifier 10 Tail Length of Echo Canceller 11 BIPU/IPT VQ Mode D-35 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 496 04 Automatic assginment of Station ID 05 Station Terminal Authentication Mode 06 Station MAC Address 07 Voice Packet Configuration Table Index 08 Audio Codec 09 Display Software Version Number of IPT D-36 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 497 Record Sheets Services Services Pilot DN Assignment Record Sheet After Shift Pilot DN 03 Voice Mail ID 01 Type 02 Destination D-37 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 498 04 CLASS Output 10 Central VM Callback 16 Voice Mail DN 05 Calling Number Digits 11 CF All Call Record 17 Length of VMID 06 Blank Digits 12 CF Busy Record D-38 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 499 Record Sheets Services Voice Mail Port Data Record Sheet 01 Control 02 Send A/D 03 Send B 00 VM Port DNs 04 End-to-end Method Tone Tone D-39 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 500 01 Rte 1 02 Rte 2 03 Rte 3 04 Rte 4 05 Rte 5 06 Rte 6 Definition Number Index Program 526 Values 02 Add 00 Digit Mod 01 Delete 03 Add Leading Index Digits Trailing Digits Digits D-40 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 501: Route Schedule Record Sheets

    Day Type Day Type Day Type Day Type Day Type Day Type Day Type Day Type Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice Rte Choice D-41 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 502 LCR Assignment Record Sheets Program 520 Values Program 521 Values 01 Local Area Code 00 Analysis Digits 02 Local Route Plane 01 Route Plan Number Program 522 Values 00 Exception Digits 01 Exception Table D-42 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 503 Date Desc Date Desc Program 529 Values 00 Route 01 Day 02 Time 03 Start 00 Route 01 Day 02 Time 03 Start Plan Type Zone Time Plan Type Zone Time D-43 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 504 05 Skip Dial String Action Action Action Length Delete Program 531 02 Code 01 Behind Centrex 03 DR Action 05 Pause 00 OLG 04 Skip Length Access Code for Centrex Length D-44 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 505 02 Action 01 Dial 01 DRE 00 DRL String Table Allow Deny Delete Delete Program 111 Values Credit Card Calling Credit Card Calling DRL Number DRL Number Enable Disable Enable Disable D-45 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 506 Record Sheets Services COS Override Code Record Sheet 01 COS 00 COS 02 Set 03 Set 04 Set 05 Set Override 06 Network COS Override Code D-46 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 507 Record Sheets Services Node ID Assignment Record Sheet 01 Primary 03 Node ID 2 04 Node ID 3 05 Node ID 4 Node ID Local Nodes Overlap Codes D-47 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 508 Record Sheets Services Private Routing Plan Analysis Table Record Sheet 01 Route 01 Route 01 Route 00 Node ID Choice 00 Node ID Choice 00 Node ID Choice Table Table Table D-48 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 509 Program 653 Values Program 654 Values Program 655 Values Route Definition Tables 00 Route 00 Route 02 Digit 00 Digit 01 Delete 01 OLG 02 Insert Digits Choice Table Definition Mod Table Digits D-49 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 510 QPL6 DRL7 FRL7 QPL7 DRL8 FRL8 QPL8 DRL9 FRL9 QPL9 DRL10 FRL10 QPL10 DRL11 FRL11 QPL11 DRL12 FRL12 QPL12 DRL13 FRL13 QPL13 DRL14 FRL14 QPL14 DRL15 FRL15 QPL15 DRL16 FRL16 QPL16 D-50 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 511 Record Sheets Services Call History Record Sheet Circuit Type 01 PDN Circuit Type 01 PDN Circuit Type 01 PDN D-51 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 512 Record Sheets Services Behind Centrex Assignment Record Sheet 01 Behind 02 Assume 03 Pause 01 Behind 02 Assume 03 Pause 00 OLG Number 00 OLG Number Centrex Timer Centrex Timer D-52 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 513 04 Ring 05 LCD 00 Tenant 01 Page Number Equipment Number Duration Name Number Group Dest Dest Dest Program 508 Values 00 Door 02 BIOU 03 DDCB Lock Interface Relay Equip D-53 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 514 Paging Device Group Assignment Record Sheet Paging Groups (Enter Check to turn On) 00 Zone 17 Include in All 18 All Emerg 19 Ext Generic Relay Paging Group Page Group Relay Number D-54 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 515 Record Sheets Services Emergency Call Group Assignment Record Sheet OLG Number 00 E-Call Group D-55 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 516 Record Sheets Services D-56 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 517 Figure E-1). 4. The BIPU must have the same subnet address as the Strata CTX and CTX WinAdmin – both must be in the same domain. Do not unplug BIPU, press the BIPU reset button, or turn off the CTX power during CAUTION! the BIPU program update process.
  • Page 518 8. Click Start and observe the update status: Getting Updated file\Updating\Finished Updating\Resetting\idle. Notes • It could take 1 to 5 minutes to update the BIPU • If an error occurs, recheck file names, locations etc. and try again. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 519 3. At the Select function key prompt, press , the IP telephone will be displayed. Notes • The WinAdmin PC cannot be connected directly to the CTX processor network jack. • All connections must be through the network. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 520 1. Using the Windows XP or 2000 professional installation CR-ROM, install the FTP Service on the WinAdmin PC. This FTP Service is located on the installation main menu under: Install Optional Windows Components > Internet Information Services (IIS). Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 521 2. On the WinAdmin PC, create a Vftp folder under the WinAdmin folder: After you create the folder, the directory path should be C:\ctx\WinAdmin\Vftp 3. Download the “CreateFTPVdir” from Toshiba TSD Internet FYI site. On FYI, click Technical Services > Software (Strata Systems) > CTX IP Firmware > VFTP Script.
  • Page 522 • To exit this mode, go off and on hook. Notes • The WinAdmin PC cannot be connected directly to the CTX processor network jack. • All connections must be through the network. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 523 Store the IP update files on the external ftp sever 1. Create an ftp directory and name it CTXIPUPDATE. 2. Copy the BIPUXXX update files to CTXIPUPDATE directory (XXX is the BIPU firmware version level). Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 524 4. Select the IP PDN to be updated. 5. Select Other (radio button) 6. Enter the external server ftp user login Name and Password. 7. Enter the IP address external ftp server. 8. From Data Directory box enter: CTXIPUPDATE Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 525 2. At the SELECT = prompt, press then press )% 3. At the Select function key prompt, press , the IP telephone will be displayed. 4. To exit this mode, go off and on hook. Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 526 Software and Firmware Updates IP Telephone/BIPU Firmware Update Procedures E-10 Strata CTX Programming - Part 4: Appendices 04/03...
  • Page 527 13-25 no answer timer 4-11 data initialize programs 4-32 override 13-15 date adjust code 13-14 call pickup 5-18 13-14 day of week mapping 13-21 call transfer with camp-on 13-15 day/night mode 13-21 13-24 IN-1 Strata CTX Programming Manual 04/03...
  • Page 528 13-47 IP telephone update feature keys 13-47 IPT program update 8-10 DTMF version 13-96 ISDN bearer capability 13-32 BRI station 13-30 emergency call destination assignment 13-71 BRI trunk 13-63 emergency ringdown 13-49 IN-2 Strata CTX Programming Manual 04/03...
  • Page 529 9-31 103 class of service 13-15 configuration 9-38 104 system timers 4-10 13-17 multiple voice mail systems 105 system data 4-12 13-18 node ID 9-27 106 day/night mode of week mapping 4-20 13-21 IN-3 Strata CTX Programming Manual 04/03...
  • Page 530 526 modified digits table assignment 9-11 13-82 309 direct inward dialing 6-13 13-58 527 LCR holiday table assignment 9-14 13-82 310 DIT assignment 6-11 13-60 528 LCR public day of week mapping table 9-13 IN-4 Strata CTX Programming Manual 04/03...
  • Page 531 902 set time and date 10-3 13-97 hunt group (209/218) D-17 903 event trace control 11-3 13-97 ILG (304/513) D-21 904 ISDN trace location 11-3 13-99 ISDN BRI station (202) D-19 905 all ISDN trunk trace 13-100 IN-5 Strata CTX Programming Manual 04/03...
  • Page 532 13-26 single touch button data assignments 13-42 device table 13-93 slot assignment w