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    Notice Note that when converting this document from its original format to a .pdf file, some minor font and format changes may occur causing slight variations from the original printed document. When viewing and printing this document, we cannot guarantee that your specific PC or printer will support all of the fonts or graphics. Therefore, when you view the document, fonts may be substituted and your individual printer may not have the capability to print the document correctly.

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    R O G R A M M I N G A N U A L Stock Number 750825 Document Revision 1 (Release 1000)

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    NEC America, Inc. reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features at any time without notice. NEC America, Inc. has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC America, Inc. and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC America, Inc.

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    PREFACE ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION BOUT THIS MANUAL The Programming Manual provides the technician with all of the necessary information for programming the Elite IPK system. Programming can be accomplished using a PC or a Multiline Terminal. ECTION ANUAL RGANIZATION This manual provides instructions for programming the Elite IPK system. Chapter 1 –...

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    The System Hardware Manual is intended for the system installer and provides detailed instructions for installing the Elite IPK KSU, ETUs, Multiline Terminals, and optional equipment. Electra Elite IPK Least Cost Routing Manual This manual provides instructions to the service technician for programming the customer site for least cost routing.

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    ___________________________________________________________________________________ Electra Elite IPK ACD Plus Installation Manual This manual provides general information about the Electra Elite IPK ACD Plus features, installation procedures and feature programming. The NEC Electra Elite IPK ACD Plus is an Automatic Call Distribution card that supports up to 40 Agents and 12 supervisors at one time.

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Preface...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS ___________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 1 Multiline Terminal Programming Section 1 General Information ................1-1 Section 2 Programming the System ..............1-1 Features of Programming ..............1-2 System Programming Modes ..........1-3 Before Programming ............1-4 2.3.1 Check Points ............... 1-4 2.3.2 Preliminary Points ..............

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-05 Start Time Selection ..................2-8 1-1-06 CO/PBX Incoming Ringing Alarm Time Selection ........2-9 1-1-07 Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection .............2-11 1-1-09 Manual Pause Selection ................2-13 1-1-11 System Transfer/Camp-On Selection ............2-15 1-1-12 Station Transfer/Camp-On Recall Time Selection ........2-16 1-1-13 CO Transfer Ring Pattern Selection ............2-17 1-1-14...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-54 Automated Attendant Transfer Ring Pattern ..........2-63 1-1-55 DID Line Ringing Pattern Selection ............2-65 1-1-57 CO/PBX Prepause Time Selection ............2-66 1-1-59 Synchronous Ringing Selection ..............2-67 1-1-60 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment ............2-68 1-1-61 8-Digit Matching Table to Class Assignment ..........2-70 1-1-62 System Speed Dial Override by Class Selection ........2-72 1-1-63...

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-08 Specified Station Access Code Assignment ...........2-101 1-2-09~18 Customized Message 1~10 Assignment ..........2-103 1-2-19 Intercom Ring Pattern Selection .............2-104 1-2-20 Intercom Ring Tone Selection ..............2-106 1-2-21 PS Telephone Block Assignment ............2-107 1-2-22 Call Forward - No Answer Time Selection ..........2-109 1-2-23 System Call Park Recall Time Selection ..........2-110 1-2-24...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-13 Automated Attendant Answer Delay Time Assignment ......2-140 1-4-14 Automated Attendant Message Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment ..2-141 1-4-15 Automated Attendant Message Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment ..2-144 1-4-16 Automated Attendant Message Repeat Selection ........2-145 1-4-17 Automated Attendant Delay Announcement Hold Tone Selection ..2-146 1-4-18 Automated Attendant Delay Announcement Assignment .......2-147...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-02 PBR Receive Level Assignment for Automated Attendant/DISA ....2-182 1-8-04 Time Display (12h/24h) Selection ............2-184 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1 ........2-185 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 ........2-188 1-8-09 Music on Hold Pattern Selection .............2-193 1-8-10 PBR Interdigit Release Time Selection ...........2-194...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-9-00 DISA ID Code Assignment ..............2-231 1-9-02 DISA Password Effect/Invalid Selection ..........2-232 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment ...........2-233 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment ..............2-235 1-10-02 Call by Call Type of Number Assignment ..........2-237 1-10-03 Call by Call Numbering Plan ID Assignment ...........2-239 1-10-04...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-01 ARS Dialing Assignment .................2-286 1-14-02 ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection ...............2-288 1-14-03 ARS Route Table Number Assignment ...........2-290 1-14-04 ARS Trunk Group to Route Number Assignment ........2-292 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment ..............2-294 1-14-06 ARS Digit Add Assignment ..............2-296 1-14-07 ARS Max Digit Assignment ..............2-298...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-10 Port Mirroring Selection ................3-353 1-16-11 Mirroring Source Port Assignment ............3-355 1-16-12 Mirroring Target Port Assignment ............3-357 1-16-13 VLAN Group to VLAN ID Assignment .............3-359 1-16-14 VLAN Group and Port Selection .............3-361 1-16-15 VLAN Tag Insertion Selection ..............3-363 1-16-16 Flow Control for Full Duplex Selection ............3-365 1-16-17...

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-24 Tie Line Incoming Interdigit Timeout Selection ........2-406 3-25 Tie Line Wink/Delay Signal Detect Timeout Selection ......2-408 3-27 Tie Line Dial Tone Selection ..............2-410 3-28 Tie Line Reorder Tone Selection ............2-411 3-29 Trunk Internal Transmit Pad Selection ............2-413 3-30 Trunk Internal Receive Pad Selection .............2-415 3-31...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode) ..........2-451 4-03 Doorphone Chime Assignment (Day Mode) ..........2-453 4-04 Doorphone Chime Assignment (Night Mode) ..........2-455 4-07 Code Restriction Class Assignment (Day Mode) ........2-457 4-08 Code Restriction Class Assignment (Night Mode) ........2-458 4-09 Telephone to Tenant Assignment ............2-459 4-10...

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-44 Caller ID Preset Dial Outgoing CO Selection ..........2-503 4-46 Live Record Auto Delete Selection ............2-504 4-47 ISDN Directory Number Selection ............2-505 4-49 Caller ID Display for CAR Key Assignment ..........2-507 4-50 Multiline Terminal Type Selection ............2-508 4-51 Off-Hook Ringing Selection ..............2-510 4-52...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-04 LCR Class to Trunk Group Selection ............2-551 5-05 Common Signaling Channel Route Assignment ........2-553 5-06 Trunk Group Outgoing Priority Selection ..........2-555 Tenant Mode Copy Assignment ..............2-557 CO Line Mode Copy Assignment ............2-559 Telephone Mode Copy Assignment ............2-561 Trunk Group Mode Copy Assignment .............2-563 Card Interface Slot Assignment ...............2-565 Telephone Type Assignment ..............2-571...

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1.4.5 Tie Line Code Restriction Assignment (Memory Block 1-1-69) ............3-5 1.4.6 Code Restriction Class Assignment when Lockout is Set (Memory Block 1-1-70) ..........3-6 1.4.7 CO Feature Code Service For Code Restriction (Memory Block 1-1-82) ............3-6 1.4.8 Trunk Digit Restriction Assignment (Memory Block 4-32) ............

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2.3.10 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment (Memory Block 3-03) . 3-17 2.3.11 Trunk Type Selection (Memory Block 3-91) ..... 3-17 2.3.12 LCR Class Selection (Memory Block 4-40) ....... 3-17 ARS Operation Example ............ 3-17 Service Conditions .............. 3-19 ARS Flowcharts ..............

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.15 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment (Memory Block 3-03) ............3-34 3.3.16 Trunk Incoming Answer Mode Selection (Memory Block 3-05) ............3-34 3.3.17 Automatic Release Signal Detection Selection (Memory Block 3-40) ............3-34 3.3.18 DIT Assignment (Memory Block 3-42) ....... 3-34 3.3.19 ANA Assignment (Memory Block 3-43) ......

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.37 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Service) (Memory Block 1-10-05) ........3-37 3.3.38 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Feature) (Memory Block 1-10-06) ........3-37 3.3.39 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment (Memory Block1-10-07) .............

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    Document Revision 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Service Conditions ............. 3-47 Call by Call (CBC) Termination Flowchart ......3-50 Appendix A Function Time Chart Section 1 Time Chart .................... A-1 Appendix B Character Codes Section 1 Character Assignment ................ B-1 Character Code Tables ..............B-1 Dial Pad Character Assignment ...........

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    LIST OF FIGURES ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 1-1 Programming Flowchart ..................1-2 Figure 1-2 Elite IPK Multiline Terminal ................1-6 Figure 1-3 Page Display for 8-Key, 16-Key and 24-Key Multiline Terminals ....1-10 Figure 1-4 Page Switching for Data Values ..............1-11 Figure 3-1 Automatic Route Selection (ARS) System Data Flow ........3-19 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ List of Figures...

  • Page 30: List Of Tables

    LIST OF TABLES ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 1-1 Programming Modes ....................1-3 Table 1-2 Multiline Terminal Keys Used for Programming ............1-7 Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment ........3-20 Table 3-2 Route Number to Trunk Group/RAB Selection and Digit Control ......3-24 Table 3-3 Memory Block Data ....................

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ xxii List of Tables...

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    Multiline Terminal Programming C h a p t e r 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION A stored program controls the Elite IPK system. When the system is initially powered up, the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU scans all interface and ISA slots to determine the hardware configuration.

  • Page 33: Features Of Programming

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ New Installation Existing System Develop System Component Function Data Sheet Replacement Change Installation Rewrite System Rewrite System Data Sheet Data Sheet Test System with Default Installation Values System Data System Data System Data Programming (Note 1) Programming (Note 2) Programming (Note 3) TEST...

  • Page 34: System Programming Modes

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Two Multiline Terminals, connected to ports 01 and 02, respectively, can be used simultaneously for programming. System Programming Modes Modes and submodes are listed in Table 1-1 Programming Modes. Table 1-1 Programming Modes Line Line Mode Name Submode Name...

  • Page 35: Section 2 Programming The System

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 1-1 Programming Modes (Continued) Line Line Mode Name Submode Name LK 1 ROM Version Confirmation LK 2 System Speed Dial Memory Clear LK 8 Special Mode LK 3 Station Speed Dial Memory Clear LK 8 Second Initialization Before Programming...

  • Page 36: Writing System Data

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Writing System Data After turning on power, the system data can be programmed using a Multiline Terminal connected to port 01 or port 02 (the Multiline Terminal must be idle). System programming can be performed while other Multiline Terminals in the system are in use.

  • Page 37: Programming Methods

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Methods 2.5.1 Initializing the System Turn on the new Key Service Unit (KSU) power supply. After approximately 30 seconds, the system operates with the system default values. 2.5.2 Using the Multiline Terminal for Programming System programming can be performed using a Display Multiline Terminal that is connected to station port 01 or 02.

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 1-2 Multiline Terminal Keys Used for Programming provides a list and description of the keys used during Multiline Terminal Programming. Table 1-2 Multiline Terminal Keys Used for Programming Description Used to enter data from the dial pad or to specify a Memory Block location.

  • Page 39: Entering Programming Mode

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 1-2 Multiline Terminal Keys Used for Programming Description This key is used to enter a pause, hyphen, asterisk or pound. To enter an asterisk or pound: The Message Waiting LED turns on and off after i s pressed.

  • Page 40: Page Switching

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Dial , and i n sequence. The Multiline Terminal LCD indicates program mode is now active. P R O G R A M M O D E T I M E D I S P L A Y While off-line, the programming terminal cannot be signaled by any system station.

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8-Key Multiline Terminal 8-Key Multiline Terminal (Page 1) (Page 2) LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7...

  • Page 42: Station Port Numbering Plan

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 1-4 Page Switching for Data Values is an example of 10 data values. Values are displayed on two pages. 16-Key Multiline Terminal (Page 1) LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 Data 01 Data 02 Data 03 Data 04...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION YSTEM The System Data List is a complete list of Memory Blocks that are available in the Elite IPK system. The information is organized by mode, submode, and then numerically by Memory Block number. The Memory Block number and name, the default values, and programming values are provided for each Memory Block.

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values DID Digit Conversion Assignment NO, YS DID Digit Conversion Table T (Station or Closed Number) TN (Tenant) DID Forward Station Number for NON, T (TEL), TN (Tenant) Busy Station or Undefined Digit...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values CO Line Ringing Pattern Selection A ~ H, NO PBX Line Ringing Pattern Selection A ~ H, NO Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern A ~ H, NO Selection...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 1 CO Line (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tie Line Code Restriction NO = No Restriction YS = Restriction Assignment Code Restriction Class Assignment Class 00 ~ 15 when Lockout is Set First Delay Announcement Start In seconds: 00, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 2 ICM Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ∞ Internal Paging Timeout Selection (No Limit) 90s, 120s, Intercom Call Voice/Tone Signal VOICE TONE VOICE Selection Automatic Callback Release Time 30s, 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 20m, 30m Selection 2-, 3-, or 4-Digit Station Number...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 2 ICM (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values PS Out of Area Time Assignment 00~99 sec. IP Phone Block Assignment Off (No IP Phone ON (Green), IP Assigned Blocks Assigned) On (Red), Block Not available LK 1 System Mode...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 4 Transfer/Automated Attendant (A.A.) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tandem Transfer Automatic In minutes: 000~999 Disconnect Time Selection Automated Attendant First Digit 5s, 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s PBR Release Time Selection ∞...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 4 Transfer/Automated Attendant (A.A.) (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values 0s, 10s, 20s, 30s, 1m, 2m, 3m, 4m, 5m, Automated Attendant 1 to 2 10m, 20m. Delay Announcement Interval Time Selection Automated Attendant Delay...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 6 DSS Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Attendant Add-On Console to Refer to 1-6-01 Attendant Add-On Console to Telephone Port Assignment on page 2-159. Telephone Port Assignment DSS Call Voice/Tone Signal VOICE TONE, VOICE...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 7 ESP (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values External Speaker Chime Selection PRT (Normal paging tone before Page) C-S (Chime Start Only) C-B (Chime Start/End) External Speaker Chime Start Time In milliseconds: 000, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1100, 1200, Selection...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 8 PBR/Miscellaneous (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Voice Prompt to Tone Assignment Refer to 1-8-16 Voice Prompt to Tone Assignment on page 2-203 PC Programming Password Class 1, 2 All Blank Assignment Site Name Assignment...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 8 PBR/Miscellaneous (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Enhanced 911 Alternate Route No Alternate Route 101~132 for trunk group 01~32 Assignment (Maintenance Busy) 201~216 for route advance block 01~16 Enhanced 911 Dialing Digit 1, 11, 911 Assignment...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 10 Call by Call (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Call by Call Type of Number All RABs 0 Unknown International Assignment National Network Specific Subscriber or Local Not Used Call by Call Numbering Plan ID All RABs 00...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 10 Call by Call (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Call by Call Outgoing/Incoming 01~16 For Electra Elite 48 (Default 16), 01~64 For Electra Elite 192(Default 64) SFG Assignment 99 Default for all SFGs Call by Call Incoming Type...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 12 ACD/UCD Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ACD/UCD Group Pilot Number Not Specified Any Unused Extension Number Assignment ACD/UCD Group Overflow Not Specified Any Unused Extension Number Destination Assignment ∞...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 14 ARS Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ARS Allow/Deny Selection NO, YES ARS Dialing Assignment None Tables 1~4. ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection YES, NO ARS Route Table Number Table 1~4, Dial No.

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 15 K-CCIS (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values K-CCIS Message Response 30 sec Valid Times: 01~99 Seconds Timeout Assignment Link Reconnect Allow/Deny NO, YS Selection K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment Calling Name display Allow/Deny NO, YS...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 1 System Mode LK 16 HUB (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values High Priority RX Tag Assignment (Lowest) 0~7 (Highest) High Priority TX Tag Assignment (Lowest) 0~7 (Highest) Low Priority TX Tag Assignment (Lowest) 0~7 (Highest) Port Mirroring Selection NO (Normal)

  • Page 61

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Trunk Name/Number Assignment Not Specified Maximum of 13 digits (numbers, hyphens, and spaces) Trunk Status Selection OUT&IN OUT&IN, IN Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment Refer to 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment on page...

  • Page 62

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tie Line Length of Wink Signal In milliseconds: 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, 270, Selection 300, 330, 360, 390, 420, 450, 480 Tie Line Length of Delay Signal In milliseconds: 0, 300, 600, 900, 1200, 1500, 1800, 2100,...

  • Page 63

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 3 CO/PBX Line Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Caller ID Display Assignment for Not Specified CO/PBX Line Live Record Trunk Selection NO = No Live Recording YS = Live Recording ISDN Line SPID Assignment Not Specified Up to 20 digits...

  • Page 64

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 4 Telephone Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Refer to 4-01 CO/ No Ring, Immediate Ring, Delayed Ring Mode) PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode) on page 2-449.

  • Page 65

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 4 Telephone Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Station Name Assignment Not Specified Up to six digits (characters) Trunk Outgoing Restriction LEDs Off Off = Not Restricted On = Restricted Prime Line/Hot Line Assignment Not Specified Up to 10 digits...

  • Page 66

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 4 Telephone Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Caller ID Preset Dial Outgoing CO Not Specified Selection Live Record Auto Delete Selection YS, NO ISDN Directory Number Selection YES, NO Caller ID Display for CAR Key 00 (Not Specified) Refer to the Memory Block Description.

  • Page 67

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 4 Telephone Mode (Continued) Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values IP Station Number Assignment Blank 00~99, 000~999, 0000~9999 LCD Line Key – Name Assignment LK01~08:CO01~08 Name: Up to 8 characters. SLT Data Line Security Assignment NORMAL NORMAL, DATA Telephone Ringing Variation...

  • Page 68

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 5 Trunk Group Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Digit Add/Del for Tie Line Delete up to two digits Add up to two digits Networking Assignment (No Add or Delete) Tie Line Networking Tandem All Trunk Groups On = Enable...

  • Page 69

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 6 Copy Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values Tenant Mode Copy Assignment CO Line Mode Copy Assignment Telephone Mode Copy Assignment Trunk Group Mode Copy Assignment LK 7 ETU Mode Data Memory Block Name Default Value...

  • Page 70

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ LK 8 Special Mode Data No. Memory Block Name Default Value Programming Values ROM Version Confirmation System Speed Dial Memory Clear Station Speed Dial Memory Clear Second Initialization Clock/Calendar Setting ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 1 - 39...

  • Page 71

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1 - 40 Multiline Terminal Programming...

  • Page 72

    Memory Blocks C h a p t e r 2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ROGRAMMING YSTEM SING THE EMORY LOCK This section provides detailed instructions for programming individual Memory Blocks. The Memory Blocks are listed numerically. For each Memory Block, the following information is provided. General Description is a brief explanation of the function of the Memory Block.

  • Page 73: Pause Time Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-00 Pause Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time of the pause that can be inserted between digits dialed on CO/PBX and Tie lines. Data No. Display D a t a D a t a...

  • Page 74: Dp Interdigit Time Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-01 DP Interdigit Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode The DP Interdigit Time is the minimum pause time between Dial Pulses. Use this Memory Block to Select either Pattern A or Pattern B. Data No.

  • Page 75: Hookflash Time Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-02 Hookflash Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the loop open time for a hookflash signal sent to the CO or PBX when the Recall key on a Multiline Terminal is pressed. A Single Line Telephone (SLT) generates a hookflash to the CO or PBX line when a Single Line Data No.

  • Page 76

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment 1-1-47 Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment 1-3-02 SLT Hookflash Signal Selection 4-24 SLT Hookflash Assignment Notes A 1- or 2-digit Access Code can be assigned in Memory Block 1-1-46/47 [Access Code (1- or 2-Digit) Assignment] for Single Line Telephones to send a hookflash signal on a CO/PBX line (default: 6 #).

  • Page 77: Hold Recall Time Selection (non-exclusive Hold)

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-03 Hold Recall Time Selection System Mode (Non-Exclusive Hold) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time a Non-Exclusive Hold outside call is held Data No. before a recall tone is generated. When no Limit is selected, the hold recall alarm tone is not generated.

  • Page 78: Automatic Redial Time Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-04 Automatic Redial Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode When a called party is busy, the station user dials an Access Code and restores the handset. Use this Memory Block to define the redial timing parameters when automatic redial is set to a busy CO/PBX number.

  • Page 79: Start Time Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-05 Start Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time after dialing before the system starts the Elapsed Call Time. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 80: Co/pbx Incoming Ringing Alarm Time Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-06 CO/PBX Incoming Ringing Alarm System Mode Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time between when a CO/PBX call is detected Data No. and the ringing tone changes to a higher pitch when the call is not answered. When No Limit is selected, the ringing tone does not change.

  • Page 81

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Memory Blocks 4-01 and 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode/Night Mode)] must be set to ring. CO/PBX lines assigned for DIT/ANA do not activate this feature. Tie/DID lines assigned for Delayed Ringing follow this assignment after the delayed ringing starts. This feature uses the same ringing tone (Low, Medium, High) that is selected in Memory Blocks 3-07 (CO/PBX Ringing Variation Selection) and 4-91 (Telephone Ringing Variation Selection).

  • Page 82: Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-07 Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time before a Tie line call ringing at a station can begin ringing at other preassigned stations when it is not answered in a programmed time.

  • Page 83

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Example: ¤ System 1 System 2 ¤ ¤ Electra Elite Electra Elite Electra Elite (A) 100 (C) 102 System I IPK System II Elite IPK ¤ ¤ System I (B) 101 (B) 101 ¤...

  • Page 84: Manual Pause Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-09 Manual Pause Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify either Pause Insertion or Last Number Dialed/Speed Dial to be executed using the Redial key when it is pressed after one or more digits of a dialed number are entered.

  • Page 85

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When a user seizes a CO/PBX line and dials 907 4000 + + 12345 with this Memory Block set to NO, the system interprets the sequence as: 9074000XXX345 (XXX = and 12 is interpreted as Speed Dial buffer 12). When a user seizes a CO/PBX line and dials 907 4000 + + 12345 with this Memory Block set to YS, the system interprets the sequence as:...

  • Page 86: System Transfer/camp-on Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-11 System Transfer/Camp-On Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block system-wide to select whether or not the station user can press the Transfer key to perform a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On. Data No.

  • Page 87: Station Transfer/camp-on Recall Time Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-12 Station Transfer/Camp-On Recall System Mode Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time before a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On Data No. from a station (without an Attendant Add-On Console) recalls back to the originating station when the call is not answered.

  • Page 88: Co Transfer Ring Pattern Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-13 CO Transfer Ring Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a Ring Pattern for CO transfers. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a N o .

  • Page 89

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Line Pattern Tone LK 1 Tone LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 1 (Pg. 2) LK 2 (Pg.

  • Page 90: Co Transfer Ring Tone Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-14 CO Transfer Ring Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a ring tone for CO transfers. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a T i t l e N o .

  • Page 91: System Speed Dial Restriction By Tenant

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-18 System Speed Dial Restriction by System Mode Tenant Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not System Speed Dial is restricted for Data No. each tenant. Display PC Programming S t a r t i n g S p e e d D i a l T e n a n t...

  • Page 92

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change the tenant number. Default Values Speed Dial buffers have the nine groups listed in the table below. All System Speed Dial buffers can be dialed from any tenant.

  • Page 93

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes One or more tenants can be enabled to use each group. Use this Memory Block to assign which tenants use each group. When speed dial is set to 1000, 900~999 cannot be restricted. The X in each Speed Dial Buffer No.

  • Page 94: Did Digit Length Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-20 DID Digit Length Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to define the number of Direct Inward Dialing (DID) digits in Memory Block 1-1-22 (DID Digit Conversion Table). Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 95: Did Digit Conversion Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-21 DID Digit Conversion Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable the DID Digit Conversion Table, Memory Block 1-1-22 (DID Digit Conversion Table), for each number. Data No. Display PC Programming D a t a S e t t i n g...

  • Page 96: Did Digit Conversion Table

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-22 DID Digit Conversion Table System Mode General Description Submode Up to 200 incoming DID numbers can be assigned individually to ring at a preassigned 2-digit, 3-digit, or 4-digit station number, closed number (plus outgoing digits), or tenant number (00~47) for day mode or night mode.

  • Page 97

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 4 Press to write the data and display the next Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-20 DID Effective Digit Selection 1-1-21...

  • Page 98: Did Forward Station Number For Busy Station Or Undefined Digit

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-23 DID Forward Station Number for System Mode Busy Station or Undefined Digit Submode General Description Use this Memory Block when Memory Block 1-1-22 (DID Digit Conversion Table) is Data No. enabled to define where digits are routed when undefined or the station is busy. Display PC Programming +ALN...

  • Page 99

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When this Memory Block is set to a Tenant, the following must be assigned to ring the desired station: Memory Block 4-01 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode)] Memory Block 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode)] Memory Block 4-09 (Telephone to Tenant Assignment).

  • Page 100: Pbx/ctx Access Code Assignment I

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-24 PBX/CTX Access Code Assignment I System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a PBX line PBX/CTX Access Code together with pauses for outgoing calls. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a PC Programming T i t l e...

  • Page 101

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes ¤ Example: Elite IPK System Elite IPK System PBX Line CO Line Intercom Line Features such as Code Restriction do not operate properly unless a PBX/CTX Access Code is specified. This limitation applies to PBX lines assigned in Memory Block 3-91 (Trunk Type Selection). A pause is not inserted in the number of an outgoing call on a CO line.

  • Page 102: Pbx/ctx Access Code Assignment Ii

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-25 PBX/CTX Access Code Assignment II System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a second PBX line PBX/CTX Access Code together with pauses for outgoing calls. Data No. Display D a t a S e t t i n g PC Programming T i t l e...

  • Page 103

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes ¤ Example: Elite IPK System Elite IPK System PBX Line Tie Line Intercom Line Features such as Code Restriction do not operate properly unless a PBX/CTX Access Code is specified. This limitation only applies to PBX lines assigned in Memory Block 3-91 (Trunk Type Selection). A pause is not inserted in the number of an outgoing call on a CO line.

  • Page 104

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-27 Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching System Mode Time Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign a start time for Pattern 1 and a different start time for Data No. Pattern 2 to automatically switch between Day Mode and Night Mode. Display PC Programming D a y M o d e...

  • Page 105

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-17 Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment 4-37 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment (Day Mode) 4-38 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment (Night Mode) Notes The start time for Day Mode or Night Mode can be programmed to automatically switch modes at the specified times.

  • Page 106

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-28 Distinctive Ringing by Telephone or System Mode CO Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign a distinctive ringing tone for each telephone or each Data No. CO/PBX line. Display PC Programming +BTS D a t a S e t t i n g...

  • Page 107: Private Line Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-29 Private Line Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign an outside line as a private line. The private line cannot be seized by any other telephone, and an LED indication is not provided to other terminals.

  • Page 108: Route Advance Block Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a priority level (1~4) to each Trunk group assigned in a Route Advance Block. The system has 32 blocks that can be specified. Data No.

  • Page 109

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment Notes When 00 (Not Set) is programmed, no trunks are accessed for this priority setting. When Route Advance Block Numbers are assigned and a line key is pressed or an Access Code is dialed, the system starts searching for an idle line in a specified group (beginning with the Trunk group assigned priority 1).

  • Page 110: Automatic Day/night Mode By Day Of Week Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-32 Automatic Day/Night Mode by Day of System Mode Week Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to select either Pattern 1 or Pattern 2 Day/Night Mode start Data No. time for each day of the week. Memory Block 1-1-27 (Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time Assignment) sets Day/Night Mode start time for Pattern 1 and Pattern 2 to switch the system between Day Mode and Night Mode.

  • Page 111

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-27 Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time Assignment 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1 1-8-48 Automatic Daylight Saving Time Selection 4-09 Telephone to Tenant Assignment 4-17 Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment Notes By designating two time settings in Memory Block 1-1-27 (Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time...

  • Page 112: Speed Dial Number/name Display Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-33 Speed Dial Number/Name Display System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether the dialed number or name is displayed first Data No. on the LCD of the originating station when an outgoing call is made using Speed Dial. Display PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 113: Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-34 Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to set a specific ringing pattern for incoming calls on Tie lines. After a delay interval specified in Memory Block 1-1-07 (Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection), a Tie call can ring at all Day/Night ring-assigned telephones using a Data No.

  • Page 114

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Ringing Pattern Selection s= seconds Pattern Same as Internal Ring Voice Announce ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 43...

  • Page 115: Speed Dial Buffer Allocation

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-35 Speed Dial Buffer Allocation System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify either 100-memory or 1000-memory allocation. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a T i t l e T i t l e...

  • Page 116: Trunk Queuing Timeout Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-37 Trunk Queuing Timeout Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time that a station with Trunk Queue set rings, before the queue is automatically canceled. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 117: Access Code (1-digit) Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a 1-digit number as an Access Code or station number. Data No. Display D i a l N o . D a t a F u n c t i o n PC Programming...

  • Page 118

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Select options from the list of function numbers in Memory Block 1-1-46 [Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment], and assign a number (from 0~9), , or to each selected function. When a function is assigned a 1-digit Access Code, 2-digit Access Codes with the same first digit become invalid (i.e., if a function is assigned to Access Code 5, Access Codes 50~59, 5 , and 5 cannot be used).

  • Page 119

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No. Call Pickup CO/PBX by Tenant All External Zone Paging (1-digit) External Zone A Paging Call Pickup CO/PBX/Centrex by External Zone B Paging Tenant (2-digit) External Zone C Paging Specified Tenant Internal Paging...

  • Page 120

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No. Trunk Group 01 Call Forward - Busy/ No Answer Split Cancel Trunk Group 02 Call Forward - All Split Set Trunk Group 03 Call Forward - All Split Cancel Trunk Group 04 Call Forward - Busy/No Answer Split...

  • Page 121

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Default Function Default Function Function Name Function Name Dial No. Dial No. Specified Station Access Code Closed Number Block 1 Specified Station Access Code Specified Station Access Code Closed Number Block 16 Not Used VRS Voice Message Record/Verify/ 201~232 Route Advance Block 01~32...

  • Page 122: Access Code (2-digit) Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-47 Access Code (2-Digit) Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a 2-digit number as an Access Code. Display Data No. D i a l N o . D a t a F u n c t i o n 0 ~ 9 T i t l e...

  • Page 123: Access Code (3-digit) Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-48 Access Code (3-Digit) Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a 3-digit number as an Access Code. Display Data No. T h i r d D i g i t T a b l e D i a l N o .

  • Page 124

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Select options from the list of function numbers in Memory Block 1-1-46 [Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment], and assign a 3-digit Access Code. When a function is assigned a 1-digit Access Code or 2-digit Access Code, 3-digit Access Codes (with the same first digit) become invalid (i.e., if a function is assigned to Access Code 5, Access Codes 50~59, 5 , and 5 cannot be used).

  • Page 125: Networking Trunk Group/route Advance Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-49 Networking Trunk Group/Route System Mode Advance Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the function number of the Trunk Group to be used to Data No. network an Electra Elite 48/192 system to another system by Tie lines or CO/PBX/ CTX lines.

  • Page 126: Co/pbx Outgoing Digit Add Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-50 CO/PBX Outgoing Digit Add System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify up to 10 additional digits when a trunk in the Trunk Data No. group or Route Advance block assigned in Memory Block 1-1-49 (Networking Trunk Group/Route Advance Assignment) is seized, and a number is dialed.

  • Page 127

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Example: Station 100 Add 200 Dials 200 ¤ System System ¤ Station 200 Rings To assign System 1 in System Programming: Memory Block 1-1-46 [Access Code (1-Digit) assignment]. Assignment 2 → 401 (Closed Number Block 01). Memory Block 1-1-49 (Networking Trunk Group/Route Advance Assignment).

  • Page 128: Co Line Ringing Pattern Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-51 CO Line Ringing Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the initial ringing pattern or no ring for incoming calls on a CO line. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a P a g e...

  • Page 129

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 58 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 130: Pbx Line Ringing Pattern Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-52 PBX Line Ringing Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the initial ringing pattern or no ring for incoming calls on a PBX line. Data No. Display PC Programming P a g e S e t t i n g...

  • Page 131

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are listed in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 60 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 132: Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-53 Tie Line Delay Ring Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a ringing pattern or no ring for incoming calls on a Tie line after the timeout set in Memory Block 1-1-07 (Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection).

  • Page 133

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-07 Tie Line Delay Ringing Time Selection 1-1-34 Tie Line First Ring Pattern Selection 4-01 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode) 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode) The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring...

  • Page 134

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 63...

  • Page 135

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 64 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 136

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-55 DID Line Ringing Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the ringing pattern or no ring to be used for DID calls. Display Data No. D a t a S e t t i n g P a g e N o .

  • Page 137

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-57 CO/PBX Prepause Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a pause time before dialed digits can be sent over a CO/PBX line after the trunk is seized by a system user. Data No.

  • Page 138

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-59 Synchronous Ringing Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not CO/PBX calls follow Synchronous Ringing. Data No. Display D a t a S e t t i n g PC Programming N o .

  • Page 139

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-60 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the outgoing dial digit for Code Restriction (except OCC Dial Digit - Normal Dial). Program this assignment in one of two ways: Data No.

  • Page 140

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures Operation data includes: Operation Dial Number Operation Data a nd 5 Press to write the data and advance to the next Dial Code. After all Dial Codes for 8-Digit Matching Table 00 are entered, press again to display 8 Digit Matching Table 01.

  • Page 141

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-61 8-Digit Matching Table to Class System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to program each 8-digit Matching Table to allow or deny Data No. assignment per class. Classes 00 and 15 are fixed. Only classes 01 14 can be programmed.

  • Page 142

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 00 Class YS = Allow NO = Deny NON = Blank ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 71...

  • Page 143

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-62 System Speed Dial Override by Class System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify per Class whether or not Class Selection can Data No. override System Speed Dial. Display PC Programming C l a s s D a t a...

  • Page 144

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-63 Hold Recall Time Selection System Mode (Exclusive) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time for Exclusive Hold Recall. If No Limit is Data No. selected, Exclusive Hold Recall is not provided. Display PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 145

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-64 Attendant Add-On Console Transfer/ System Mode Camp-On Recall Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time before a Ring Transfer or Station Camp-On Data No. from a station with an Attendant Add-On Console recalls back to the originating station when the call is not answered.

  • Page 146

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When a station without an assigned Attendant Add-On Console transfers or camps-on a call to a station that goes unanswered, the call recalls using Memory Block 1-1-12 (Station Transfer/Camp-On Recall Time Selection). Time is valid only for stations assigned an Attendant Add-On Console in Memory Block 1-6-01 (Attendant Add-On Console to Telephone Port Assignment).

  • Page 147

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-65 Code Restriction Class Allow/Deny System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign Code Restriction Classes as Allow or Deny. Data No. 0 1 ~ 1 4 This assignment is used when there is no match or there is an overlap (duplicate numbers in tables with opposite assignments) of numbers in the 8-Digit Matching Tables.

  • Page 148

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-66 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal System Mode Dial Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the 8-Digit Matching Table by class for normal dialing Data No. as used or unused. When unused is assigned, the system does not check during normal dialing even when Memory Block 1-1-61 (8-Digit Matching Table to Class Assignment) is programmed.

  • Page 149

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-67 OCC Table Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign an Other Common Carrier (OCC) code (8-digit maximum) in a table. A maximum of 16 codes can be assigned. Data No.

  • Page 150

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-68 8-Digit Matching Table to OCC Table System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign each 8-Digit Matching Table to each Other Common Data No. Carrier (OCC) Code Table. Display PC Programming O C C D a t a...

  • Page 151

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-69 Tie Line Code Restriction Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to restrict outgoing Tie line dialed digits. Display Data No. D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 152

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-70 Code Restriction Class Assignment System Mode When Lockout is Set Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Code Restriction Class when a station user sets Data No. the Station Outgoing Lockout or when the Attendant sets Attendant Station Outgoing Lockout.

  • Page 153

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-71 First Delay Announcement Start Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time between receiving a CO call and sending a Data No. First Delay Announcement to the calling party. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 154

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-72 First Delay Announcement Repeat System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the number of times a First Delay Announcement is Data No. repeated. Display PC Programming D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 155

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-73 First to Second Delay Announcement System Mode Interval Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time between the end of the First Delay Data No. Announcement sending time and the start time of the Second Delay Announcement. Display PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 156

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-74 Second Delay Announcement Repeat System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the number of times a Second Delay Announcement Data No. is repeated. Display PC Programming D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-75 Second Delay Announcement Repeat System Mode Interval Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the interval time to repeat Second Delay Data No. Announcement to the calling party. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 158

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-76 Barge-In Alert Tone Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Barge-In Alert Tone is allowed. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a T i t l e D a t a...

  • Page 159

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-77 Delayed Ringing Time Assignment System Mode (CO) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the delayed ringing time for incoming outside line Data No. calls. Display PC Programming +BCM D a t a S e t t i n g T i t l e N o .

  • Page 160: System Mode

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-78 Caller ID Display Assignment for System Mode System Mode Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign up to 15 Multiline Terminals to display ANI/Caller ID Data No. Indication for normal incoming CO/PBX calls or CO/PBX calls ringing a Call Arrival (CAR) key.

  • Page 161

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-79 BGM Port Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the CO/PBX port as a Background Music port. Display Data No. D a t a C O N o . T i t l e N o .

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-80 ISDN DTMF Duration/Interdigit System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify tone duration/interdigit time of Dual - Tone Data No. Multifrequency (DTMF) signals for the ISDN trunk. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a...

  • Page 163

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-81 ISDN Dial Interval Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time between each digit dialed before digits are sent over the Network. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a N o .

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-1-82 CO Feature Code Service for Code System Mode Restriction Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to define a code to send to the CO in front of the dialed Data No. number to allow completion of a CO call made to a Code restricted number set to allow.

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 94 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 166

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-00 Internal Paging Timeout Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time allowed for paging. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 167

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-01 Intercom Call Voice/Tone Signal System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether signal tone or voice is used first for an Data No. intercom call. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 168

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-02 Automatic Callback Release Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time allowed for an automatic callback before Data No. the request is automatically canceled. Display...

  • Page 169

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-03 2-, 3-, or 4-Digit Station Number System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to determine the number of digits for station numbers. Either Data No. 2-digit (00~99), 3-digit (000~999), or 4-digit (0000~9999) assignment is available.

  • Page 170

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 99...

  • Page 171

    The total number of shared and CAR ports are shared with PS ports. The Electra Elite IPK basic (48) system allows a maximum of 32 ports to be shared by Legacy stations (ESI, SLI, FMS/VMS, and OPX) and Call Arrival Keys. In addition to the shared ports, 40 dedicated CAR ports can also be defined.

  • Page 172

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-08 Specified Station Access Code System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign specific stations for abbreviated dialing. Up to 24 Data No. stations can be assigned. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 173

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Specified stations can be accessed from intercom (ICM) dial tone or as an outside caller calling into the Electra Elite IPK system Auto Attendant. The Specified Access Code is assigned in Memory Blocks 1-1-46 or 1-1-47 [Access Code (1-Digit/2-Digit) Assignment].

  • Page 174

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-09~18 Customized Message 1~10 System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to program various messages for display at a station LCD. Data No. When a user places an intercom (ICM) call from a station equipped with an LCD...

  • Page 175

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-19 Intercom Ring Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a ring pattern or turn the tone ON/OFF when intercom calls are made. Data No. Display S e t t i n g...

  • Page 176

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are listed in the table below: s= seconds Line Pattern LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 1 (Pg. 2) LK 2 (Pg.

  • Page 177

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-20 Intercom Ring Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select a ring tone for intercom calls. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 178

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-21 PS Telephone Block Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of PS II stations that can be used in the system. Data No. Display S e t t i n g...

  • Page 179

    The Electra Elite IPK expanded system can support a maximum of 40 PS II stations. The Electra Elite IPK basic system can have 32 ports to be shared by station ports (ESI, SLI, FMS/VMS, CNF, and OPX), Call Arrival Keys, and PS stations. If 24 station ports are being used, eight remain for use as PS stations.

  • Page 180

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-22 Call Forward - No Answer Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time before incoming intercom calls or incoming Data No. CO/PBX lines are forwarded to another station number when the called party does not answer.

  • Page 181

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-23 System Call Park Recall Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time before a CO/PBX call recalls back to a Data No. station from Call Park.

  • Page 182

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-24 Intercom Feature Access Code System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Access Code for Voice/Tone change or Step Data No. Call. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 183

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-2-01 Intercom Call Voice/Tone Signal Selection 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 1-8-26 Voice Mail Quick Transfer Master Hunt Number 4-17 Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment Notes Features can be assigned to more than one dial number.

  • Page 184

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-25 Internal Paging Alert Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not a call alert tone is provided when Internal Paging is used. Data No.

  • Page 185

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-26 Delayed Ringing Time Assignment System Mode (ICM) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the delayed ringing time for incoming internal calls. Data No. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 186

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-30 PS Out of Area Time Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the retry time when a PS II is Out of Area. Display Data No. D a t a...

  • Page 187

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-2-32 IP Phone Block Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of IP Phones that can be used with the IPCA( )-U( ) ETU (CPU board) Data No.

  • Page 188

    The total number of shared and CAR ports are shared with PS ports. The Electra Elite IPK Basic Port Package (48) allows a maximum of 32 ports to be shared by stations (ESI, SLI, FMS/VMS, and OPX) and Call Arrival Keys. In addition to the shared ports, 40 dedicated CAR ports can also be defined.

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    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 118 Memory Blocks...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-01 Bounce Protect Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a time for detection of a valid 0ff-hook indication that is long enough to prevent an unintentional bounce of the receiver from being detected as a new off-hook indication from a Single Line Telephone or Voice Mail system.

  • Page 191

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-02 SLT Hookflash Signal Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether a line is held internally, or when behind a PBX, a hookflash (HF) signal is sent to the line when a Single Line Telephone user performs a hookflash.

  • Page 192

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-03 First Digit PBR Release Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time a Push Button Receiver (PBR) circuit is Data No. connected when a dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) Single Line Telephone user goes off-hook.

  • Page 193

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-04 Dial 1 (DP) Hookflash Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not a dial pulse (DP) Single Line Telephone provides a hookflash signal when the user presses 1 during an intercom or CO/PBX call.

  • Page 194

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-05 Hookflash Start Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the minimum hookflash time from a Single Line Telephone or analog Voice Mail system before it is detected as the beginning of a valid hookflash.

  • Page 195

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-06 Hookflash End Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the maximum hookflash duration from a Single Line Telephone to receive a second dial tone. Data No. Display D a t a S e t t i n g P a g e...

  • Page 196

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-07 Voice Mail Digit Add Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign up to four digits in front of the station number sent to the voice mail when a call is forwarded. Data No.

  • Page 197

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-08 Voice Mail DTMF Delay Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the delay time before dual-tone multifrequency Data No. (DTMF) tones are sent from Voice Mail Interface (VMI) ports. Display PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 198

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-09 Voice Mail Disconnect Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time a disconnect signal is sent to the voice mail system. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a T i t l e D a t a...

  • Page 199

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-3-10 Voice Mail DTMF Duration/Interdigit System Mode Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) duration and Data No. interdigit time for voice mail. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g D a t a T i t l e D a t a...

  • Page 200

    5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes This block is used for Direct Inward System Access (DISA), Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer, Call Forward – Off-Premise, and Tie line tandem features.

  • Page 201

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-01 Automated Attendant First Digit PBR System Mode Release Time Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time a Push Button Receiver (PBR) remains Data No. connected after the Automated Attendant message is played when a calling party calls in through an Automated Attendant trunk.

  • Page 202

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-02 Automated Attendant Transfer System Mode Delayed Ringing Time Selections Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time that a call rings at the destination station Data No. before the automated attendant rings a programmed station. Display PC Programming D a t a...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Example: ¤ ( D) ¤ ¤ (A) 100 (C) 102 PSTN ¤ ¤ Elite IPK (B) 101 (B) 101 ¤ ¤ (C) 102 (A) 100 Trunk 1 Time Elapsed In this example, Public Switching Telephone Network (PSTN) and the system are connected by Trunk 1.

  • Page 204

    5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes When the called party does not answer in the programmed time, the call is dropped.

  • Page 205

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-04 Tandem Transfer SMDR Print System Mode Extension Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a special number to be output from Station Message Data No. Detail Recording (SMDR) to indicate an automatic trunk-to-trunk transfer. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 206: Mode Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-05 Automatic Tandem Trunk by Night System Mode Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not the Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Data No. Transfer feature follows the Night Mode assignment. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 207

    5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes When NORMAL is selected, and a DTMF tone is not received during the Automated Attendant message or...

  • Page 208

    5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes When FR is assigned, the Automated Attendant message send start time and the PBR connected to Automated Attendant trunk start time are the same.

  • Page 209

    NT (Night) and repeat Steps 3, 4, and 5 for all messages for night Mode. The next Memory Block is displayed. 7 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 138 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 210

    6 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes When a tenant is not assigned to a specific automated message, the Automated Attendant sends the message assigned in Memory Block 1-4-11 (Automated Attendant Message Day/Night Mode Selection).

  • Page 211

    5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for all messages. The next Memory Block is displayed. 6 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 140 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 212

    7 Continue this cycle for all Dial NOs. for all messages. The next Memory Block is displayed. 8 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 141...

  • Page 213

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Function 011 (Bypass Automated Attendant) uses Memory Blocks 4-01 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode)] and 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode)] to ring according to those assignments. Functions 015~016 (Ring Internal Paging Zone A/B/C) require assigning the following to ring the desired station: Memory Block 4-01 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode)] Memory Block 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode)] Memory Block 4-93 (Internal Zone Paging Selection).

  • Page 214

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Function Function Contents Contents Code Code Unregistered Not Used Automated Attendant Message (1) Not Used Automated Attendant Message (2) Not Used Automated Attendant Message (3) Specified Station Call (00). Refer to Memory Block 1-2-08 (Specified Station Access Code Assignment) Automated Attendant Message (4) Specified Station Call (01)

  • Page 215

    7 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes To use default 52~54, ringing must be assigned in Memory Blocks 4-01 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode)] or 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode)] .

  • Page 216

    5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each AA MSG. The next Memory Block is displayed. 6 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 145...

  • Page 217

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-17 Automated Attendant Delay System Mode Announcement Hold Tone Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the tone to be sent to the outside party after the Data No. Automated Attendant Delay Announcements are played. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 218

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-18 Automated Attendant Delay System Mode Announcement Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the order for the Automated Attendant messages Data No. that are played in Delayed Announcement Mode. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g + AU...

  • Page 219

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-19 Automated Attendant 1 to 2 Delay System Mode Announcement Interval Time Selection Submode Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time, in seconds or minutes, between the Automated Attendant Delay Announcement messages. PC Programming + AU Display...

  • Page 220

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-20 Automated Attendant Delay System Mode Announcement Disconnect Time Selection Submode Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to establish the time, in seconds or minutes, the Automated Attendant rings the station before disconnecting the caller. This Memory Block only PC Programming applies when the Automated Attendant is set to Delay Announcement Mode.

  • Page 221

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-21 Automated Attendant Extension System Mode Number Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Automated Attendant message to be played Data No. when a DID call is received. Display PC Programming + AU D a t a A A M S G...

  • Page 222

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-4-22 Automated Attendant Direct System Mode Extension Ring Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Automated Attendant message to be played for Data No. direct transfer to the extension number. Display PC Programming + AU...

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 152 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 224

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-5-02 SMDR Print Format System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not all digits are printed. When ALL is specified, all digits are printed. When MSK (Mask) is specified, the last four digits are masked and printed as XXXX.

  • Page 225

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-5-13 Printer Connected Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to program printer connection. When the printer is not connected to the system, an alarm sounds at stations connected to Ports 01 and 02. Data No.

  • Page 226

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-5-14 Printer Line Feed Control Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the data format to be sent to the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) printer. When YS is set, a return is provided with the call record.

  • Page 227

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Example: Settings to specify the format of communication data output to the printer. Line Feed control in effect. 07/03/92 09:00 08-05-12 OG 123 00:15:32 102885167537000 FWD234 12345678 No Line Feed control. 07/03/92 09:00 08-05-12 OG 123 00:15:32...

  • Page 228

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-5-25 SMDR Valid Call Time Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the minimum call time before the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) outputs a record of the outgoing CO/PBX call. Data No.

  • Page 229

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-5-26 SMDR Incoming/Outgoing Print System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the call records to be output from the Station Data No. Message Detail Recording (SMDR): OUT = print outgoing call records only, INC = print incoming call records only, ALL = print incoming and outgoing call records.

  • Page 230

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-6-01 Attendant Add-On Console to System Mode Telephone Port Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign an Attendant Add-On Console to a telephone port Data No. number. Display PC Programming +BTD D a t a D a t a D S S N o .

  • Page 231

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-6-03 DSS Call Voice/Tone Signal Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether Voice or Tone signaling is to be used first when calling an extension from an Attendant Add-On Console. Data No.

  • Page 232

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-6-05 Attendant Add-On Console Key System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign functions to the Attendant Add-On Console keys. Data No. Display PC Programming D S S B u t t o n D a t a N o .

  • Page 233

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key and dial pad keys to change the data Default Values option: Key No. Data Setting Functions can be assigned to keys 01~60 on Attendant Add-On Consoles 1~4. Functions to be programmed: TEL No.

  • Page 234

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 4 Press to write the data. 5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for all buttons for each DSS. The next Memory Block is displayed. 6 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line.

  • Page 235

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-6-07 Message Board Lamp Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign mailbox numbers for each Message Display Board. Display Data No. L a m p S e t t i n g B o a r d D a t a S e t t i n g...

  • Page 236

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-6-08 Attendant Transfer Selection During System Mode Live Record Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to control the Attendant DSS/BLF transfer while the Attendant Data No. is engaged in Live Record. The call is transferred to either the DSS/BLF extension or the voice mailbox of the DSS/BLF extension.

  • Page 237

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 166 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 238

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-00 Doorphone Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable the doorphones in System Programming. Display Data No. D a t a T i t l e N o . PC Programming +BTP 0 0 : D P H...

  • Page 239

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-01 Doorphone Display Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time, in seconds, a doorphone call signals a station before it times out. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a PC Programming T i t l e...

  • Page 240

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-02 External Speaker Connection System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not external speakers are connected to Data No. the system. Display PC Programming D a t a N o .

  • Page 241

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-03 External Paging Alert Tone Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not a paging alert tone is sent on External Zone Paging (all speakers/individual speaker). Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 242

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-04 Doorphone Ring Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to turn doorphone Off/On or specify the doorphone ring pattern. Doorphones can be individually assigned. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a PC Programming T i t l e...

  • Page 243

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Doorphone Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Line Pattern Tone LK 1 Tone LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 LK 1 (Pg.

  • Page 244

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-05 Doorphone Ringing Frequency System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the doorphone ringing frequency. Doorphones can Data No. be individually assigned. Display PC Programming +BTP S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a T i t l e...

  • Page 245

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-7-00 Doorphone Assignment 1-7-04 Doorphone Ring Pattern Selection 4-03 Doorphone Chime Assignment (Day Mode) 4-04 Doorphone Chime Assignment (Night Mode) ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 174 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 246

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-06 External Paging Timeout Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time allowed for External Paging before timeout and release of the paging circuit. Data No. Display S e t t i n g PC Programming D a t a D a t a...

  • Page 247

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-07 External Ring Relay Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a distinctive ringing control/interval pattern to relay circuits. Data No. Display E x t PC Programming R i n g D a t a R e l a y S e t t i n g...

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    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ s= seconds Pattern Continuous ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 177...

  • Page 249

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-08 External Speaker Chime Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether a normal paging alert tone (4 tones) sounds before the speech path is established, a chime sounds at the start of the call, or a chime sounds at the start and end of the call.

  • Page 250

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-7-09 External Speaker Chime Start Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block only when paging alert tone (four tones) is assigned in Data No. Memory Block 1-7-08 (External Speaker Chime Selection). This Memory Block specifies the delay time (in milliseconds) after an external paging code is dialed before the paging alert tone is provided.

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 180 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 252

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-01 SLT or Automated Attendant/DISA to System Mode CPU PBR Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether the four Push Button Receiver (PBR) Data No. circuits in the CPUI( )-U( ) ETU are used for Single Line Telephones or Automated Attendant/Direct Inward System Access (DISA).

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    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-02 PBR Receive Level Assignment for System Mode Automated Attendant/DISA Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the receiving level of the Push Button Receiver Data No. (PBR) at the Automated Attendant/Direct Inward System Access (DISA).

  • Page 254

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When the Automated Attendant answers, the DTMF signal level from the calling party is reduced from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). This Memory Block specifies the minimum detectable receiving level. Setting Data 15 is the most sensitive.

  • Page 255: Time Display (12h/24h) Selection

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-04 Time Display (12h/24h) Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify either a 12-hour (00:00 to 11:59 a.m., noon to 11:59 p.m.) or 24-hour (00:00 to 23:59) time display.

  • Page 256

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature System Mode Selection 1 Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to allow or deny specific attendant features for each Class Of Data No. Service. When individual stations are assigned, the station user can access only the features designated as allow.

  • Page 257

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures Go off-line. Press LK1 + LK8 + to access the Memory Block. Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to enter data. The LED indication changes to indicate the data each time a CO/PBX line key is pressed.

  • Page 258

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Classes 00 15 are programmed in this Memory Block as feature restriction classes. In Memory Block 4-17 (Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment) specify any class of service for each telephone to assign features the user can/ cannot activate.

  • Page 259

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature System Mode Selection 2 Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to allow or deny specific station features for each Class of Data No. Service. When individual stations are assigned, the station user can access only the features specified as allow.

  • Page 260

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Page 5 LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 Forced Group Set Call Pre-Set ANI/Caller ID Account Code Station Live Listening Forward-Off Dialing Display...

  • Page 261

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Sixteen Classes (00 15) of feature restriction patterns allow a station user to activate particular features while restricting others. At default, all stations are in Class 00. Stations are assigned to a Class of Service in Memory Block 4-17 (Station to Class of Service Feature Assignment).

  • Page 262

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Corresponding Default Default CO/PBX Function Name Class 00 Class 01 Line Key Page 1 Set Call Forward - All Call, Do Not Disturb (DND), Break Mode Allow Deny Trunk Queuing Allow Deny Automatic Callback...

  • Page 263

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Corresponding Default Default CO/PBX Function Name Class 00 Class 01 Line Key Page 4 LCR/ARS Recall Allow Deny DSS Key Transfer Operation Deny Deny ANI/Caller ID (S4500 or higher for ANI) Deny Deny...

  • Page 264

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-09 Music on Hold Pattern Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Music on Hold pattern. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a N o .

  • Page 265: Pbr Interdigit Release Time Selection

    First Digit PBR Release Time Selection 1-8-01 SLT or Automated Attendant/DISA to CPU PBR Selection Notes A DTMF Single Line Telephone connected to the Electra Elite IPK system must be supported by a PBR that receives DTMF signals. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 194...

  • Page 266

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Off-hook Specified Time: 10 sec. Default Dial Tone is sent (PBR connected) Memory Block 1-3-03 Dial the first digit. Specified Time: 7 sec. Default Memory Block 1-8-10 Dial the second digit. Specified Time: 7 sec. Default Memory Block 1-8-10 Dial the third digit.

  • Page 267: System Refresh Time Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-11 System Refresh Time Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the System Refresh Time during idle periods. Display Data No. S e t t i n g...

  • Page 268

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-12 VRS Message Recording Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the recording time and number of messages for Data No. each Voice Recording Service (VRS) channel.

  • Page 269: Vrs Message Function Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-13 VRS Message Function Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the recorded voice prompt Delay Announcement/ Automated Attendant Message to the Voice Recording Service (VRS) Message number. Refer to Memory Block 1-8-12 (VRS Message Recording Time Selection).

  • Page 270

    Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each message for each VRS. The next Memory Block is displayed. Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 199...

  • Page 271: Tone Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-15 Tone Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign each system tone to the flexible tables. Display Data No. T a b l e D a t a N o .

  • Page 272

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table Tone Default Number ICM Dial Tone Second Dial Tone Special Dial Tone SPDT Busy Tone Reorder/Error Tone Howler Tone Service Set Tone ICM Ringback Tone RBT1 Tie/DID Ringback RBT2 Tone Call Waiting Tone...

  • Page 273

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Tone Frequency Intermit Cycle 350/440 Continuous 350/440 120 IPM 0.25 On, 0.25 Off 240 IPM 0.125 On, 0.125 Off 480/620 60 IPM 0.5 On, 0.5 Off 480/620 120 IPM 2400 Continuous Modulation Continuous...

  • Page 274: Voice Prompt To Tone Assignment

    The next Memory Block is displayed. Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 203...

  • Page 275

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-17 PC Programming Password System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign system passwords that must be entered when Data No. connecting to the system using SAT PC Programming.

  • Page 276: Site Name Assignment

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-18 Site Name Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a site name for PC Programming software to use to program the system. Data No. Display C l a s s...

  • Page 277: Acd/ucd Group Agent Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-25 ACD/UCD Group Agent Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Agent Station Number and the Automatic Call Distribution/Uniform Call Distribution (ACD/UCD) Group Number where each agent is assigned.

  • Page 278

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-26 Voice Mail Quick Transfer Master System Mode Hunt Number Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a Voice Mail Master Hunt Number to operate Quick Data No. Transfer to Voice Mail. This Memory Block also enables the voice mail display in the LCD of a Multiline Terminal when a voice mail machine sets a message.

  • Page 279

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-15 Intercom Master Hunt Number Forward Assignment 4-35 Voice Mail/SLT Selection ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 208 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 280

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-27 Forced Account Code/Authorization System Mode Code Length Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits for the Forced Account Code/ Data No. Authorization Code. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 281

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-64 Code Restriction Class (Without Authorization Code) Day Mode Assignment 4-65 Code Restriction Class (Without Authorization Code) Night Mode Assignment ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 210 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 282

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-29 SCD (Simplified Call Distribution) System Mode Pilot Number Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the SCD Pilot number for each group. Any valid Data No. unused station number can be used.

  • Page 283: Scd Group Agent Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-30 SCD Group Agent Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign stations to one of four simplified call distribution groups. A total of 32 stations can be assigned.

  • Page 284

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-31 Hold Tone Source Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign an internal or external Music on Hold source. Display Data No. D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 285: Hold Internal Tone Volume Selection

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-32 Hold Internal Tone Volume Selection System Mode General Description Submode When the internal Music On Hold source is used, this Memory Block can be used to pad the music by -6 dB.

  • Page 286: Master Clock Selection

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-33 Master Clock Selection System Mode General Description Submode When a DTI-U( ) ETU (T-1), PRT(1)-U( ) ETU, or BRT(4)-U( ) ETU is installed, clocking must be synchronized. When this Memory Block is set for Cabinet 0 (default), the system is set to be a Master Clock source.

  • Page 287

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Example 2: (The PSTN is Master Clock Source) Electra Elite ISDN Electra Elite Electra Elite PSTN Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Slot 1 Slot 1 Slot 4 Slot 4...

  • Page 288

    Notes COM 1 = PC Programming COM 1 = LCR COM 2 = Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) COM 3 = Automatic Call Distribution [Not used by Electra Elite IPK Basic Port Package (48).] ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 217...

  • Page 289

    Notes COM 1 = PC Programming COM 1 = LCR COM 2 = Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) COM 3 = Automatic Call Distribution [Not used by Electra Elite IPK Basic Port Package (48).] ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 218 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 290

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-37 General Purpose Relay Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not the General Purpose Relays on the ECR-U( ) ETU are used. Data No. Display...

  • Page 291

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-38 Modem Number For Remote System Mode Programming Assignment Submode General Description A socket modem can be installed on the MIFM-U( ) ETU when it is installed in S1 or S2 Data No.

  • Page 292

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-40 ACD Hunt Time System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the time for hunting among the Automatic Call Distribution/Uniform Call Distribution (ACD/UCD) agents that do not answer an ACD/ UCD call.

  • Page 293

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-43 Enhanced 911 Trunk Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this feature to define an available loop-start trunk as a CAMA or an ISDN PRI trunk. When a user dials 911, the system seizes the E911 trunk and sends additional digits (CESID) to enable the PSAP center to recognize the callback telephone number.

  • Page 294

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Only one CAMA or ISDN PRI trunk can be assigned per system. The E911 trunk can be connected to a COI(4)/(8)-U( ), COID(4)/(8)-U( ), COIB(4)-U( ), or COIB(8)-U( ) ETU. Information provided to the E911 system is called Caller Emergency Service Identification (CESID) that can be a 7- to 10-digit number.

  • Page 295

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-44 Enhanced 911 Alternate Route System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the trunk route or route advance block to be seized Data No. when the E911 trunk is busy. Normally, this Memory Block is left unassigned.

  • Page 296

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-45 Enhanced 911 Alternate Route System Mode Assignment (Maintenance Busy) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the trunk route or route advance block to be seized Data No. when the E911 trunk is in maintenance busy or trouble out of service.

  • Page 297

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When the E911 trunk is maintenance busy or trouble out of service, E911 calls are routed to the trunk group assigned by E911 Alternate Route Assignment. One trunk group or one route advance block per system can be specified.

  • Page 298

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-46 Enhanced 911 Dialing Digit System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits to be sent when a call is Data No. originated by dialing 911.

  • Page 299

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-47 Call Arrival Key Voice Mail Message System Mode Notification Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Call Arrival Key that is used to send Voice Mail Data No.

  • Page 300

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-8-48 Automatic Daylight Saving Time System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to allow (YS) or deny (NO) the system clock adjustment for Data No. Daylight Saving Time. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 301

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 230 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 302

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-9-00 DISA ID Code Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Direct Inward System Access (DISA) ID Code number. Data No. Display I D B u f f e r PC Programming N o .

  • Page 303

    Buffer No. 01 on Memory Block 1-9-00. 6 Press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 232 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 304

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to send the Type of Number ID (TNI) for each Route Advance Data No. Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the TNI field of the NSF-IE (Network Specified Facility-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 305

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment 1-10-02 Call by Call Type of Number Assignment 1-10-03 Call by Call Numbering Plan ID Assignment...

  • Page 306

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to send the Network ID Plan (NIP) for each Route Advance Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the NIP field of the NSF-IE (Network Specified Facility-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 307

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment 1-10-02 Call by Call Type of Number Assignment 1-10-03...

  • Page 308

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-02 Call by Call Type of Number System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to send the Type of Number (TN) for each Route Advance Data No. Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the TN field of the CPN-IE (Called Party Number-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 309

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment 1-10-03...

  • Page 310

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-03 Call by Call Numbering Plan ID System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to send the Numbering Plan Identification (NPI) for each Route Data No. Advance Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the NPI field of the CPN-IE (Called Party Number-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 311

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment 1-10-02...

  • Page 312

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-04 Call by Call Network ID Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to send the Network Identification (NID) for each Route Advance Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the NID field of the CIC-IE (Carrier Identification Code-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 313

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment 1-10-08 Call by Call Max Digit Assignment 1-10-09 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group Assignment 1-10-20 Call by Call Outgoing SFG Assignment 1-10-21 Call by Call Outgoing/ Incoming SFG Assignment 1-10-22...

  • Page 314

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-05 Call by Call Facility Coding Value System Mode Assignment (Service) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Facility Coding Value (Service) for each Route Data No. Advance Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the FCV-S field of the NSF-IE (Network Specific Facility Code-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 315

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 4 Press to write the data. The next Memory Block is displayed. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 3-03 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment...

  • Page 316

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-06 Call by Call Facility Coding Value System Mode Assignment (Feature) Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Facility Coding Value (Feature) for each Route Data No. Advance Block (RAB). This setting data is sent in the FCV-F field of the NSF-IE (Network Specific Facility Code-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 317

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment 1-10-02...

  • Page 318

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Service Parameters for each Route Advance Data No. Block (RAB). This setting data is sent to the Service Parameters in the NSF-IE (Network Specific Facility Code-Information Element) when making outgoing calls.

  • Page 319

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-1-46, 47, 48 Access Code (1-, 2-, or 3-Digit) Assignment 1-10-00 Call by Call Type of Network ID Assignment 1-10-01 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment 1-10-02...

  • Page 320

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-08 Call by Call Max Digit Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the maximum digits dialed for each Route Advance Block (RAB). When the maximum digits are dialed, the PRT(1)-U( ) ETU sends SETUP information to the ISDN Provider (Network).

  • Page 321

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-10-06 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Feature) 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment 1-10-09 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group Assignment 1-10-20 Call by Call Outgoing SFG Assignment 1-10-21 Call by Call Outgoing/ Incoming SFG Assignment 1-10-22...

  • Page 322

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-09 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Simulated Facility Group (SFG) for each Route Data No. Advance Block (RAB). Display PC Programming R A B D a t a S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 323

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-10-05 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Service) 1-10-06 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Feature) 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment 1-10-08 Call by Call Max Digit Assignment 1-10-20 Call by Call Outgoing SFG Assignment 1-10-21...

  • Page 324

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-20 Call by Call Outgoing SFG System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the outgoing call service assignment for the Data No. Simulated Facility Group (SFG). Display PC Programming S F G D a t a S e t t i n g...

  • Page 325

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-10-03 Call by Call Numbering Plan ID Assignment 1-10-04 Call by Call Network ID Assignment 1-10-05 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Service) 1-10-06 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Feature) 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment 1-10-08...

  • Page 326

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-21 Call by Call Outgoing/Incoming SFG System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the outgoing/incoming call service assignment for Data No. the Simulated Facility Group (SFG). Display PC Programming D a t a S F G S e t t i n g...

  • Page 327

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-10-05 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Service) 1-10-06 Call by Call Facility Coding Value Assignment (Feature) 1-10-07 Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment 1-10-08 Call by Call Max Digit Assignment 1-10-09 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group Assignment 1-10-20...

  • Page 328

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-10-22 Call by Call Incoming Type Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the type of trunk for each Simulated Facility Group (SFG). Data No. Display D a t a S F G S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 329

    Call by Call Outgoing/Incoming SFG Assignment 1-13-03 Call by Call Service Selection Notes Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual for correct routing of calls for Direct Inward Dialing. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 258 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 330

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-00 T1 Signal Format Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the signal format of the T1 trunk connected to the system. The signal format used (12- or 24-Multiframe) depends on the channel service unit/demarcation (CSU/D mark) equipment being used.

  • Page 331

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-01 Clear Channel Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the clear channel selection. when the Zero Byte Time channel is available, the CLKG-U( ) Unit cannot extract a clock signal from the T1 trunk.

  • Page 332

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-02 Line Length Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the distance, in feet, between the channel service unit/demarcation (CSU/D mark) and the DTI-U( ) ETU. This specifies the equalization values of the detect signal in the DTI-U( ) ETU.

  • Page 333

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-05 T1 Channel Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the digital trunk interface (DTI) channel numbers to be used. DTI Trunks 1 and 2 have a maximum of 24 channels, and DTI Trunk 3 has a maximum of 16 channels.

  • Page 334

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Assignment Notes The DTI-U( ) ETU must be assigned in the system to set this Memory Block. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 263...

  • Page 335

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-06 Signaling Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify Loop Start (LS) or Ground Start (GS) Trunk Signaling when using T1. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D T I N o .

  • Page 336

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-07 DTI Trunk Type Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the trunk type (CO/E&M Tie line/DID/ANI) four channels at a time. Assignment to an individual channel is impossible. Data No.

  • Page 337

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-11-06 Signaling Selection Card Interface Slot Assignment Notes A DTI-U( ) ETU must be assigned in the system to set this Memory Block. When the default setting is changed to E&M or DID, the affected trunks are automatically reassigned to Trunk Group 00.

  • Page 338

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-11-08 Digits Delete for T1 ANI Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to delete the Information Digits received from the Network on Feature Group D Trunks. Data No. Display D T I D a t a S e t t i n g B l o c k...

  • Page 339

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 5 Program Memory Block 1-11-00 again or press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card interface Slot Assignment T1 Channel Selection 1-11-05 DTI Trunk Type Assignment 1-11-07 Notes Example of ANI information: KP009727517645STKP7100ST.

  • Page 340

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-12-00 ACD/UCD Group Pilot Number System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Pilot Number of an Automatic Call Distribution/ Data No. Uniform Call Distribution (ACD/UCD) Group where incoming calls are terminated. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 341

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-8-25 ACD/UCD Group Agent Assignment 1-12-01 ACD/UCD Group Overflow Destination Assignment ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 270 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 342

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-12-01 ACD/UCD Group Overflow System Mode Destination Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the station or Station Hunt group where the overflow Data No. call of each Automatic Call Distribution/Uniform Call Distribution (ACD/UCD) group is routed when incoming calls overflow.

  • Page 343

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes An ACD/UCD Group Pilot Number cannot be programmed as the overflow destination. UCD and ACD cannot be installed in the same system. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 272 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 344

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-12-02 ACD/UCD Overflow Time Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the maximum time a waiting Automatic Call Distribution/Uniform Call Distribution (ACD/UCD) call remains at an ACD/UCD group before overflowing to a specified Station or Station Hunt group. Data No.

  • Page 345

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 274 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 346

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-00 PRT Channel Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the available B channels used for PRI. Display Data No. D a t a S e t t i n g P R T T i t l e N o .

  • Page 347

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card interface Slot Assignment 1-13-01 PRT Signal Format Selection 1-13-02 Clear Channel Selection 1-13-03 Call by Call Service Selection 1-13-04 PRT B Channel Outgoing Priority Selection 1-13-05 PRT B Channel-to-Trunk Group Assignment Notes Only 16 Channels can be assigned with the Elite IPK Basic Port Package.

  • Page 348

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-01 PRT Signal Format Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the signal format of the PRT trunk connected to the system. The signal format used (12- or 24-Multiframe) depends on the channel service unit/demarcation (CSU/D mark) equipment being used.

  • Page 349

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card interface Slot Assignment 1-13-01 PRT Signal Format Selection 1-13-03 Call by Call Service Selection 1-13-04 PRT B Channel Outgoing Priority Selection 1-13-05 PRT B Channel-to-Trunk Group Assignment ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 278 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 350

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-02 Clear Channel Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the clear channel selection. When the Zero Byte Time channel is available, the CLKG-U( ) Unit cannot extract a clock signal from the PRT trunk.

  • Page 351

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-03 Call by Call Service Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Call by Call Service is activated per PRT. Data No. Display D a t a P R T S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 352

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-04 PRT B Channel Outgoing Priority System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Outgoing Priority for the B-channels when calls Data No. are originated on a PRT(1)-U( ) ETU. This assignment is allowed by handset programming and SAT.

  • Page 353

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-13-05 PRT B Channel-to-Trunk Group System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign a Trunk Group Number to each B channel or any Data No. Trunk Group for each B channel. Changing this assignment is not normally required and default should be set.

  • Page 354

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Assignment 1-13-00 PRT Channel Assignment 1-13-01 PRT Signal Format Selection 1-13-02 Clear Channel Selection 1-13-03 Call by Call Service Selection 1-13-04 PRT B Channel Outgoing Priority Selection 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 3-91...

  • Page 355

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 284 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 356

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-00 ARS Allow/Deny Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify system wide whether or not Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is allowed. Data No. Display D a t a S e t t i n g PC Programming T i t l e N o .

  • Page 357

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-01 ARS Dialing Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a dialing plan to one of four ARS Tables. Each table contains 128 maximum dialing assignments for the selected dialing plan. Data No.

  • Page 358

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 4-40 LCR Class Selection 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 1-14-00 ARS Allow/Deny Selection 1-14-02 ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection 1-14-04 ARS Outgoing Route Assignment 1-14-06...

  • Page 359: Ars Dial Allow/deny Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-02 ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not to Allow digits that are entered in the ARS dialing assignment to be routed using the ARS feature. Data No.

  • Page 360

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-14-04 ARS Outgoing Route Assignment 1-14-06 ARS Digit Add Assignment 1-14-03 ARS Route Assignment 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment Notes Entries A0~C8 are 100~128. When NO (Deny) is set, the other Memory Blocks for this dialing assignment do not have to be programmed. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 289...

  • Page 361

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-03 ARS Route Table Number Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign each ARS Dialing Assignment to an ARS Route Assignment. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D i a l T a b l e D a t a...

  • Page 362

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment Notes Entries A0~C8 are 100~128. When ARS Route Assignment 00 is selected, the call is sent to Trunk Group 01 exactly as it was dialed. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 291...

  • Page 363

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-04 ARS Trunk Group to Route Number System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether a Trunk Group, Route Advance Block, or Data No. ICM is used for each Route assignment. Display PC Programming R o u t e...

  • Page 364

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-14-01 ARS Dialing Assignment 1-14-02 ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection 1-14-03 ARS Route Assignment 1-14-06 ARS Digit Add Assignment 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment 1-14-07 ARS Max Digit Assignment Notes When NORMAL is selected, the call is routed to Trunk Group 1 exactly as dialed.

  • Page 365: Ars Digit Delete Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits to delete from the Route assignment. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a R o u t e PC Programming...

  • Page 366

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 4-40 LCR Class Selection 1-1-30 Route Advance Block Assignment 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 1-14-00 ARS Allow/Deny Selection 1-14-01 ARS Dialing Assignment 1-14-02 ARS Dial Allow/Deny Selection 1-14-03...

  • Page 367: Ars Digit Add Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-06 ARS Digit Add Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits to add to the Route assignment. Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a R o u t e D a t a...

  • Page 368

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-14-05 ARS Digit Delete Assignment 1-14-04 ARS Outgoing Route Assignment 1-14-07 ARS Max Digit Assignment Notes A maximum of 10 digits can be added to a route assignment. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 297...

  • Page 369: Ars Max Digit Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-07 ARS Max Digit Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits to be collected by the system before the message is sent to the network. Data No.

  • Page 370

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When 00 is set for this Memory Block, refer to Memory Block 1-1-81 (ISDN Dial Interval Time Selection) for the time it takes before the message is sent to the K-CCIS Network. ARS Max Digit Assignment applies to K-CCIS Trunk Routes routed through Automatic Route Selection. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 299...

  • Page 371

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 300 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 372

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-00 K-CCIS Main/Remote Office Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to activate CCIS by assigning a Main or Remote system. Display Data No. S e t t i n g...

  • Page 373

    SMDR Telephone Print Selection Notes For Electra Elite IPK-to-Electra Elite IPK Network only one system can be set for Main. All other systems must be set from Remote. When connected to a PBX, the Electra Elite IPK must be set for REMOTE in this Memory Block.

  • Page 374

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-01 Common Signal Channel Data Speed System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Data Transmission speed for each Common Data No. Signaling channel. DisplayS PC Programming D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 375

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Assignment 7-3-01 MIF (LCR) Assignment MIF (SMDR) Assignment 7-3-02 K-CCIS Main/Remote Office Selection 1-15-00 Common Signal Channel Assignment 1-15-02 Originating Point Code Assignment...

  • Page 376: Common Signal Channel Assignment

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-02 Common Signal Channel Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a T1 Trunk to be a Common Signaling Channel. Display Data No. D a t a C - C h a n n e l...

  • Page 377

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment 1-15-13 Centralized Day/Night Switching for Remote Office Assignment...

  • Page 378: Originating Point Code Assignment

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-03 Originating Point Code Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the originating point code for each Common Signaling Channel. Data No. Display D a t a C - C h a n n e l...

  • Page 379

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment...

  • Page 380: Destination Point Code Assignment

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-04 Destination Point Code Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the Destination Point Code for each Common Signaling Channel. Data No. Display D a t a C - C h a n n e l...

  • Page 381

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment...

  • Page 382

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-05 Destination Point Code Transfer System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Destination Point Code to the associated Data No. Common Signaling Channel when K-CCIS commands are required to pass through a tandem system.

  • Page 383

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ System A (100s) System B (200s) System C (300s) MB 1-15-03 CCH1 = PC 00001 MB 1-15-03 CCH1 = PC 00002 MB 1-15-03 CCH1 = PC 00003 MB 1-15-04 CCH1 = PC 00002...

  • Page 384

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-5-14 Printer Line Feed Control Selection 1-5-25 SMDR Valid Call Time Assignment 1-5-26 SMDR Incoming/Outgoing Print Selection 1-8-35 COM Port Baud Rate Setting Assignment 4-56...

  • Page 385

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-06 Originating Office Code Number System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Office Code to the system when Open Data No. Numbering Plan is used. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 386

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-05 Destination Point Code Transfer Assignment 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10...

  • Page 387

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout System Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the time before a call or message request is Data No. canceled when no response is received from the destination office.

  • Page 388

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-05 Destination Point Code Transfer Assignment 1-15-06 Originating Office Code Number Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10...

  • Page 389: Link Reconnect Allow/deny Selection

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to allow or deny the Link Reconnect feature. Display Data No. D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 390

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment 1-15-13 Centralized Day/Night Switching for Remote Office Assignment...

  • Page 391

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding System Mode Hop Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the maximum number of multiple Call Forwarding Data No. hops over the CCIS network. Display...

  • Page 392

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment...

  • Page 393

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block per Common Signaling Channel to allow or deny sending the Data No. station name. Display PC Programming D a t a...

  • Page 394

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-11 Centralized Billing Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of Center Office Assignment...

  • Page 395

    Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Electra Elite IPK to send billing to the Billing Data No. Center Office (NEAX2000/2400) across the K-CCIS network. Electra Elite IPK does not support receiving and managing billing information.

  • Page 396

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-06 Originating Office Code Number Assignment 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10...

  • Page 397

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-12 Centralized Billing – Point Code of System Mode Center Office Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Common Signaling Channel number and point Data No. code of the Billing Center Office (NEAX2000/2400).

  • Page 398

    SMDR Telephone Print Selection Notes The Electra Elite IPK can be only a Remote Office for a NEAX2000/2400 Billing Center Office. When the Electra Elite IPK is a tandem office and Billing Information is not required, this assignment is not necessary. ___________________________________________________________________________________...

  • Page 399

    1-15-13 Centralized Day/Night Switching for System Mode Remote Office Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Electra Elite IPK to switch Day/Night mode when Data No. it receives the command from a main office. Display PC Programming...

  • Page 400

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming (Continued) M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-07 K-CCIS Message Response Timeout Assignment 1-15-08 Link Reconnect Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 1-15-11...

  • Page 401

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-15-14 Centralized Day/Night Switching for System Mode Main Office Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to activate CCIS by assigning a Main or Remote system. Data No. Display PC Programming P o i n t...

  • Page 402

    This Memory Block is used for the Main Office only. Up to 16 Remote Offices can be controlled by a Main Office. The Electra Elite IPK cannot be a Main Office for a NEAX2000/2400 PBX. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 331...

  • Page 403

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 332 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 404

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Auto Negotiation is enabled for each port of the HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. When No is selected, Memory Block 1-16-01 (Port Speed Selection 10/100 Base -T) and Memory Block 1-16-02 (Port Duplex Mode Data No.

  • Page 405

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection 1-16-07...

  • Page 406

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base-T System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Ethernet port speed as 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX for each port of each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No.

  • Page 407

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection 1-16-07...

  • Page 408

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify duplex mode (HALF or FULL) for each port of each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a H U B P O R T S e t t i n g...

  • Page 409

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection 1-16-07...

  • Page 410

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify an MDI/MDIX mode for each port of each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a H U B P O R T S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 411

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection...

  • Page 412

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify when VLAN is enabled for each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Display Data No. D a t a H U B S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 413

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection...

  • Page 414: Default Vlan Id Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a default VLAN ID for an internal VLAN table for each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. When no Tag is received, the switching HUB can add a new Tag and forward the packet to another port, and at that time, insert a VLAN ID that Data No.

  • Page 415

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection...

  • Page 416

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-06 Port Based Priority Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the Quality of Service (QoS) mode for each port of each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a H U B P O R T S e t t i n g...

  • Page 417

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 418: High Priority Rx Tag Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-07 High Priority RX Tag Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a Receive Tag Priority for each port of the HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a H U B P O R T S e t t i n g...

  • Page 419

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 420: High Priority Tx Tag Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-08 High Priority TX Tag Assignment System Mode General Description Submode When a packet is received without a Tag, this Memory Block can add a High Priority Packet Tag for each port of the HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No.

  • Page 421

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 422: Low Priority Tx Tag Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-09 Low Priority TX Tag Assignment System Mode System Mode General Description Submode Submode When a packet is received without a Tag, this Memory Block can add a Low Priority Packet Tag for each port of the HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No.

  • Page 423

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 424

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-10 Port Mirroring Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Port Mirroring is enabled for each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a H U B S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 425

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 426

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-11 Mirroring Source Port Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify an output port for each HUB(8) -U( ) ETU when Port Mirroring is enabled. Data No. Display D a t a H U B S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 427

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 428

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-12 Mirroring Target Port Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a target port for each HUB(8) -U( ) ETU when Port Mirroring is enabled. Data No. Display D a t a H U B S e t t i n g PC Programming...

  • Page 429

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 430

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-13 VLAN Group to VLAN ID Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a VLAN ID to each VLAN Group. Display Data No. V L A N G p D a t a H U B S e t t i n g...

  • Page 431

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 432

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-14 VLAN Group and Port Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify VLAN Ports to each VLAN Group Display Data No. V L A N G p P o r t D a t a H U B S e t t i n g...

  • Page 433

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 434

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-15 VLAN Tag Insertion Selection System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Tag Insertion is enabled for each VLAN Group Data No. Display V L A N G p P o r t D a t a H U B...

  • Page 435

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 436

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-16 Flow Control for Full Duplex System Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Full duplex IEEE802.3x Flow Control Data No. is enabled for each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU port. Display PC Programming S e t t i n g...

  • Page 437

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 438

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-16-17 Back Pressure for Half Duplex System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Back Pressure Flow Control is enabled for each HUB(8)-U( ) ETU port. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 439

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name Card Interface Slot Selection 1-16-00 Auto Negotiation Yes/No Selection 1-16-01 Port Speed Selection – 10/100 Base T 1-16-02 Port Duplex Mode Selection 1-16-03 MDI/MDIX Mode Selection 1-16-04 VLAN Mode Selection 1-16-05 Default VLAN ID Assignment...

  • Page 440

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-01 Trunk to Tenant Assignment Tenant Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign CO/PBX lines to a tenant. — Display Data No. T e n a n t D a t a N o .

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    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 1 Go off-line. 2 Press LK2 to access the Memory Block. 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change the data option. Default Values Tenant 00 = All trunks are assigned Use the following to enter data: Tenant 01~47 = Not assigned to move the cursor left...

  • Page 442

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-05 Line Key Selection Tenant Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to select Tenant-Wide Mode or Telephone Mode line key — assignment for each tenant. Data No. Display T e n a n t N o .

  • Page 443

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-06 Line Key Selection for Tenant Mode Tenant Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign functions to each CO/PBX line key on each — telephone in a tenant specified as Tenant Mode in Memory Block 2-05 (Line Key Selection).

  • Page 444

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 7 The operation data includes: Default Values Setting Data Page 1 Tenant 00 = CO/PBX Lines 01~08 Tenant 01~ 47 = Not Assigned Line Setting Data (1) Setting Data (2) Indication Not Specified 01~64 CFW - BNA FW BNA...

  • Page 445

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Specify Call Appearance as the call appearance number of Call Appearance Block numbers from Memory Block 4-43 (Station to Call Appearance Block Assignment). Use this Memory Block to assign the following functions to each of the CO/PBX line keys on each telephone in a tenant specified as Tenant Mode in Memory Block 2-05 (Line Key Selection): Not specified (NON) CO/PBX Line (CO) 01~64...

  • Page 446

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-07 System Speed Dial Display Tenant Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not confirmation of the Speed Dial Data No. numbers and messages stored in the system Speed Dial memory is allowed. Display PC Programming T e n a n t...

  • Page 447

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 3 Press the CO/PBX Line key. The LED indication changes to indicate the data Default Values each time the CO/PBX line key is pressed. All Speed Dial confirmation allowed Use the following to enter data: to move the cursor left to move the cursor right to enter number data...

  • Page 448

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-08 ECR Relay to Tenant Assignment Tenant Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify Tenant Assignment for External Tone Ring/Night — Chime function. Data No. Display T e n a n t PC Programming N o .

  • Page 449

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2-09 DID Limit to Tenant Assignment System Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the number of DID calls allowed to ring at a specified — tenant. Data No. Display T e n a n t D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 450

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-00 Trunk Name/Number Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify telephone name/number for the CO/PBX line that is — displayed when the CO/PBX Line is seized, or during an incoming call. Data No.

  • Page 451

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-02 Trunk Status Selection CO/PBX Line Mode Use this Memory Block to specify whether a CO/PBX line is used for call origination Submode and termination or termination only. — Display Data No. C O / P B X D a t a N o .

  • Page 452

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a Trunk Group Number (01~32) to each CO/PBX — line. Data No. Display C O / P B X T r u n k G r o u p PC Programming N o .

  • Page 453

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-04 Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer Yes/No CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not to allow Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer. Data No. Display PC Programming C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 454

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1 1-8-08 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 3-05 Trunk Incoming Answer Mode Selection 3-06 Automatic Tandem Trunk Assignment 5-01 Tie Line Networking Tandem Connection Assignment Notes...

  • Page 455

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-05 Trunk Incoming Answer Mode CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the incoming answer mode (Automatic Data No. Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer, Automated Attendant, or DISA) per outside line. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 456

    Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes Only trunks assigned to TANDM TRF in this Memory Block are set or canceled for Automatic Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer Mode when an attendant position enters 00 during the set or cancel operation.

  • Page 457

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-06 Automatic Tandem Trunk Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode Use this Memory Block to specify the incoming trunk and outgoing trunk for Automatic Submode Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer. — Display Data No. ( I n c o m i n g ) C O / P B X S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 458

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-07 CO/PBX Ringing Variation Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a ringing tone for each CO/PBX line. — Display Data No. C O / P B X D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 459

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-11 CO External Source Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether the Music On Hold source is from the CO or — an external source (EXT SOURCE). Data No.

  • Page 460

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-12 Trunk-to-MOH Trunk Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the music on hold source for each CO/PBX line. — Display Data No. C O / P B X S e t t i n g D a t a N o .

  • Page 461

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-14 Tie Line Type Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the loop supervision to be used for each Trunk — associated with a Tie line. Data No. Display T i e / D I D N o .

  • Page 462

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Line keys 1~4 identify the following methods of loop supervision: 1 = Second Dial Tone 2 = Immediate Start 3 = Delay Dial 4 = Wink Start This Memory Block affects T1 channels assigned as Tie lines. When a second dial tone is selected, the distant system provides the dial tone.

  • Page 463

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-15 Trunk DTMF Duration/Interdigit CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the tone duration/interdigit time of dual-tone Data No. multifrequency (DTMF) signals. Display PC Programming +BCT C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 464

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes This is also used for Tie lines. This Memory Block affects T1 Channels assigned as Tie/DID lines. A DTI-U( ) ETU is required. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 393...

  • Page 465

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-16 Tie Line Prepause Time Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time (prepause) before the originating side can — send dial pulse or dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) to the distant system. Data No.

  • Page 466

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-17 Tie Line Answer Detect Time Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the time before an Elite IPK system answer — (off-hook) is recognized as an answer. Data No.

  • Page 467

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-18 Tie Line Release Detect Time CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time before the circuit disconnect detected on Data No. the Tie line on the distant system side is recognized as Tie line release. Display PC Programming +ALM...

  • Page 468

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Specify distinguishing circuit release from on-hook, noise, and temporary interruption. Probable situations for Tie line release detection include: Called side hangs up first. The circuit is released 92 ms. + specified time after the other party disconnects the call.

  • Page 469

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-19 Tie Line/CO/PBX Incoming Signal CO/PBX Line Mode Detect Time Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time after the incoming signal from another Data No. system is detected before the acknowledge signal is sent out. Display PC Programming +BCT...

  • Page 470

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change incoming signal detect time for CO/PBX No. Receiving Side Incoming Signal Detection DC Loop Supervision Time Sending Acknowledgment Signal Use the following to enter data: to move the cursor left to move the cursor right to enter numeric data or CO/PBX No.

  • Page 471

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-20 Tie Line Loop Off-Guard Time CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign loop off-guard time to prevent noise that could cause Data No. the system to be unable to answer an incoming Tie line. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 472

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Assign a loop off-guard time to prevent system malfunction caused by noise when going off-hook to answer a call from another system on a Tie line call. The system ignores any noise that is detected during the time specified in this Memory Block. This Memory Block affects T1 channels assigned as Tie/DID lines.

  • Page 473

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-21 Tie Line Length of Wink Signal CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time a wink pulse is sent to another system. Data No. Display PC Programming C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 474

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Notes Specify Wink Start in Memory Block 3-14 (Tie Line Type Assignment). This Memory Block affects T1 channels assigned as Tie/DID lines. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 403...

  • Page 475

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-22 Tie Line Length of Delay Signal CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time a delay pulse is sent to another system. Data No. Display PC Programming C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 476

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Specify Delay loop supervision in Memory Block 3-14 (Tie Line Type Assignment). This Memory Block affects T1 channels assigned as Tie/DID lines. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 405...

  • Page 477

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-24 Tie Line Incoming Interdigit Timeout CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time, in seconds, that an address signal is Data No. missing during the incoming call detection process before an error tone is returned to the other system.

  • Page 478

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes A timeout occurs when: A dial pulse is not received within the time specified by this Memory Block after the receiving side detects the off-hook signal. The next dial pulse is not received within the time specified by this Memory Block after the receiving side detects (receives) a dial pulse.

  • Page 479

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-25 Tie Line Wink/Delay Signal Detect CO/PBX Line Mode Timeout Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a maximum time, in seconds, for receiving an Data No. acknowledgment signal from a distant system before sending a busy tone. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 480

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change signal detect timeout for CO/PBX No. Originating Side Sending an Outgoing Signal Time Receiving Acknowledgment Signal Timeout when acknowledgment signal is not received. Use the following to enter data: to move the cursor left to move the cursor right...

  • Page 481

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-27 Tie Line Dial Tone Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not to send a dial tone to the distant — system. Data No. Display C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 482

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-28 Tie Line Reorder Tone Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not to send a reorder tone to the — originating station when the number of a distant system is used to originate a call over a Tie line.

  • Page 483

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-14 Tie Line Type Assignment Notes This Memory Block affects T1 channels assigned as Tie lines. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 412 Programming Manual...

  • Page 484

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-29 Trunk Internal Transmit Pad CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a dB volume level for calls originated from the Data No. extensions of a local system to a distant system. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 485

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes The Elite IPK system divides the connections into the following patterns: (Specify the sending and receiving levels of each pattern for each of the trunks.) Connections established between the intercom stations of the Pattern A (Intercom Mode) local system and trunks.

  • Page 486

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-30 Trunk Internal Receive Pad Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify a dB volume level for calls coming to extensions of a — local system from a distant system. Data No.

  • Page 487

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes The Elite IPK system divides the connections into the following patterns: (Specify the sending and receiving levels of each pattern for each of the trunks.) Connections established between the intercom stations of the Pattern A (Intercom Mode) local system and trunks.

  • Page 488

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-31 Trunk External Transmit Pad CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify transmit dB volume level for tandem calls between a Data No. local system and two distant systems. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 489

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes The Elite IPK system divides the connections into the following patterns: (Specify the sending and receiving levels of each pattern for each of the trunks.) Connections established between the intercom stations of the Pattern A (Intercom Mode) local system and trunks.

  • Page 490

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-32 Trunk External Receive Pad Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify receive dB volume level for tandem calls between a — local system and two distant systems. Data No.

  • Page 491

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes The Elite IPK system divides the connections into the following patterns: (Specify the sending and receiving levels of each pattern for each of the trunks.) Connections established between the intercom stations of the Pattern A (Intercom Mode) local system and trunks.

  • Page 492

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-33 Disconnect Recognition Time CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the minimum time before a disconnected circuit can Data No. be accessed again. Display PC Programming C O / P B X +BCT N o .

  • Page 493

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-38 Automated Attendant Message to CO/PBX Line Mode Trunk Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Automated Attendant Message for each CO/PBX Data No. Trunk. When the Automated Attendant Message is assigned to each CO/PBX Trunk, the system automatically answers the incoming call and sends an Automated Attendant Message to the calling party.

  • Page 494

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-40 Automatic Release Signal Detection CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the signal detection time for release of a CO/PBX Data No. line after a disconnect signal is received from the distant Central Office or PBX. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 495

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 424 Programming Manual...

  • Page 496

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-42 DIT Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a Day Mode direct trunk termination to an — independent station. Data No. Display S e t t i n g D a t a PC Programming S t a t i o n N o .

  • Page 497

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-43 ANA Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a Night Mode Direct trunk termination to a station. — Display Data No. S e t t i n g D a t a S t a t i o n N o .

  • Page 498

    5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes To display ANI/Caller ID Indication for normal incoming CO calls and CAR incoming calls, both Caller ID Indication and Ring assignment must be Programmed.

  • Page 499

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-45 Live Record Trunk Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per Trunk whether or not to allow Live Record for — Digital Voice Mail. Data No. Display C O / P B X D a t a S e t t i n g...

  • Page 500

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-50 ISDN Line SPID Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the Integrated Services Digital Network Service — Profile Identifier (ISDN SPID) number. Data No. Display C O / P B X D a t a S e t t i n g D a t a N o .

  • Page 501

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-52 ISDN Trunk Directory Number CO/PBX Line Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Data No. Directory Number. Display PC Programming C O / P B X S e t t i n g D a t a D a t a N o .

  • Page 502

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line after all data is written. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 431...

  • Page 503

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-59 Automated Attendant Function CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether the Automated Attendant is to operate in Data No. the Normal DISA Mode or in the Delay Announcement mode. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 504

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-61 DIT/ANA Delay Answer Time CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the time an incoming call rings before being Data No. changed to a DIT/ANA call. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 505

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When the time is set to a value other than 0, call termination is treated as a normal incoming call and DIT termination is performed after the time elapses. When 0 is selected, DIT call termination is performed immediately.

  • Page 506

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-62 DIT Tenant Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign each Trunk to a Master Tenant for the DIT/ANA to — follow the Day/Night/Weekend mode settings. Data No. Display C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 507

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-63 DIT Weekend Mode Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable weekend (Holiday) Mode check on Tenant Groups — for incoming DIT calls. Data No. Display C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 508

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-64 DIT Night Mode Delay Answer CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not the DIT Delay Answer Time applies Data No. to the CO/PBX calls ringing in Night Mode. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 509

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-65 Hold Tone Automated Attendant CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Automated Attendant message that is played to Data No. an extension or DID trunk on an incoming call. Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 510

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-4-11 Automated Attendant Message Day/Night Mode Selection 1-4-17 Automated Attendant Delay Announcement Hold Tone Selection ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 439...

  • Page 511

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-67 CO/PBX Ringing Pattern Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the ringing pattern assigned to each CO/PBX line. — Display Data No. C O / P B X D a t a N o .

  • Page 512

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 441...

  • Page 513

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-69 911 – Cut Through Trunk Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify which Trunk or Trunks are released when a 911 call — is placed. Data No. Display C O / P B X D a t a...

  • Page 514

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment 3-33 Disconnect Recognition Time Selection 3-91 Trunk Type Selection 1-1-24 PBX/CTX Access Code Assignment I 1-1-25 PBX/CTX Access Code Assignment II Notes When only one trunk is assigned YES, this is the only trunk used for 911-Cut Through. The following calls are not used for 911-Cut Through: Receiving Normal Incoming Call, Receiving DIT/ANA Call, Incoming Automated Attendant, Originating 911 Call, and Receiving ACD Incoming Call.

  • Page 515

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-70 CIC Number Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the Circuit Identification Code for each voice channel — used for K-CCIS. Data No. Display S e t t i n g C O N o .

  • Page 516

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-05 Start Time Selection 1-15-00 K-CCIS Main/Remote Office selection 1-15-01 Common Signal Channel Data Speed Assignment 1-15-02 Common Signal Channel Assignment 1-15-03 Originating Point Code Assignment 1-15-04 Destination Point Code Assignment 1-15-05 Destination Point Code Transfer Assignment...

  • Page 517

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-90 Polarity Reverse Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable a Central Office to Reverse the Polarity to provide an — answer supervision signal. In North America and Canada, this type of answer supervision is not normally supported by the CO.

  • Page 518

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-91 Trunk Type Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify an external line as a CO, PBX/CTX, Tie, DID, or — CTX Assume - 9 line. Data No. Display C O / P B X N o .

  • Page 519

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-92 Trunk (Installed, DP/DTMF) CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify an external line as DP (10 pps or 20 pps), DTMF Data No. line, or not connected (NIL). Display PC Programming C O / P B X...

  • Page 520

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-01 CO/PBX Ring Assignment Telephone Mode (Day Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign incoming CO/PBX calls to ring on Multiline Terminals Data No. in Day Mode. Display PC Programming T e l +BTT P o r t...

  • Page 521

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Page 7 – Trunks 49~56 LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 Page 8 – Trunks 57~64 LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7...

  • Page 522

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-02 CO/PBX Ring Assignment Telephone Mode (Night Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign incoming CO/PBX calls to ring in Night Mode. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l P o r t +BTT N o .

  • Page 523

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Page 6 – Trunks 41~48 LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7 LK 8 Page 7 – Trunks 49~56) LK 1 LK 2 LK 3 LK 4 LK 5 LK 6 LK 7...

  • Page 524

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-03 Doorphone Chime Assignment Telephone Mode (Day Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign up to four doorphones to chime at each station in day Data No. mode. Display PC Programming T e l +BTP P o r t...

  • Page 525

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-7-00 Doorphone Assignment 1-7-01 Doorphone Display Time Selection 1-7-04 Doorphone Ringing Pattern Selection 1-7-05 Doorphone Ringing Frequency Selection Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 454 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 526

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-04 Doorphone Chime Assignment Telephone Mode (Night Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign up to four doorphones to chime at each station in Data No. Night Mode. Display PC Programming T e l +BTP P o r t...

  • Page 527

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-7-00 Doorphone 1-7-01 Doorphone Display Time Selection 1-7-04 Doorphone Ringing Pattern Selection 1-7-05 Doorphone Ring Frequency Selection Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 456 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 528

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-07 Code Restriction Class Assignment Telephone Mode (Day Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify Code Restriction Class per station in Day Mode. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l S e t t i n g P o r t D a t a...

  • Page 529

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-08 Code Restriction Class Assignment Telephone Mode (Night Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify Code Restriction Class per station in Night Mode. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l S e t t i n g P o r t D a t a...

  • Page 530

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-09 Telephone to Tenant Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify Tenant Assignment per station. — Display Data No. T e l P o r t S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 531

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Stations can be assigned to one of 48 Tenant Number (00 ~ 47). The Call Pickup group is determined by Tenant assignment. Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 460 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 532

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-10 Station Number Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a station number to each telephone. — Display Data No. T e l P o r t S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 533

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Station Number Assignment is per station. A station number cannot be assigned to more than one telephone. A telephone cannot have more than one station number. When changing Station Numbers to a different numbering plan perform the following steps in order. a.

  • Page 534

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-11 Ringing Line Preference Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not each station user can answer — incoming ringing CO/PBX calls by going off-hook. Data No. Display T e l P o r t...

  • Page 535

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Programming for this Memory Block applies to Ring Assigned telephones only. An intercom call cannot be originated after a ring assigned CO/PBX line terminates on the telephone. Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. PS II telephone ports should have ringing line preference set to Yes.

  • Page 536

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-12 Line Key Selection for Telephone Telephone Mode Mode Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign a function to each CO/PBX line key on each Data No. telephone in a tenant specified as Telephone Mode in Memory Block 2-05 (Line Key Selection).

  • Page 537

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 3 Press the CO/PBX line key to select a function for Line Key No. 1, and use dial Default Values keys to enter Setting Data 2 if required. For Tel 01~CO: LK01~08 Assigned to CO/PBX lines 01~08.

  • Page 538

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 5 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each Line Key assignment. After Line Key No. 24 is programmed, the next Memory Block is displayed. 6 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line.

  • Page 539

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-13 CO/PBX Busy Forward Station Telephone Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify up to two telephones to ring when a CO/PBX call Data No. terminates at a busy station. Display PC Programming +BTT...

  • Page 540

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-14 Intercom Master Hunt Number Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not each telephone port number is Data No. designated as an intercom master hunt number. Display PC Programming +BTT...

  • Page 541

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When YS is assigned, an incoming internal call from another station, Automated Attendant transferred call, or DIT/ANA/DID/Tie line designated call is forwarded to a station specified in Memory Block 4-15 (Intercom Master Hunt Number Forward Assignment) when the line is busy. Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120.

  • Page 542

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-15 Intercom Master Hunt Number Telephone Mode Forward Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a telephone to ring for an incoming call when YS is Data No. specified in Memory Block 4-14 (Intercom Master Hunt Number Selection) and the Intercom Master Hunt Number line is busy.

  • Page 543

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. Example - Assign the following Memory Blocks: Memory Block 4-14 (Intercom Master Hunt Number Selection) Telephone Port Number 01 ==> YES All other Port Numbers ==> NO Memory Block 4-10 (Station Number Assignment Telephone Port Number and related Station Number Port...

  • Page 544

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-17 Station to Class of Service Feature Telephone Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify a class for each Table (1 or 2) to enable/disable Data No. features per station. Display PC Programming +BTT...

  • Page 545

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Table 1 includes features that telephone ports 01 and 02 users are normally allowed to activate. Select any Class pattern specified in Memory Block 1-8-07 [Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1]. Table 2 includes features that all telephones users are normally allowed to activate. Select any Class pattern specified in Memory Block 1-8-08 [Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2].

  • Page 546

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-18 Station Name Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign names for telephone stations. — Display Data No. T e l P o r t S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 547

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-19 Trunk Outgoing Restriction Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per CO/PBX line whether or not to restrict line — seizure for an outgoing call. Data No. Display T e l P o r t PC Programming N o .

  • Page 548

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures (Continued) 3 Press the CO/PBX line key corresponding to each CO/PBX line. Default Values Not Restricted The LED indication changes to indicate data each time a CO/PBX line key is pressed. CO/PBX Line Key LED The shaded selection is the default.

  • Page 549

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-23 Prime Line/Hot Line Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable user to access various features when going off-hook. — Display Data No. T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 550

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Prime Line function enables a user to seize a specified trunk when the Multiline Terminal goes off-hook. Refer to function codes 063 and 064 for Memory Blocks 1-1-46 [Access Code (1-Digit) assignment] and 1-1-47 [Access Code (2-Digit) assignment].

  • Page 551

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-24 SLT Hookflash Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to either Hold or disconnect the trunk for the Single Line — Telephone (SLT) hooking operation. Data No. Display T e l PC Programming P o r t D a t a...

  • Page 552

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes This Memory Block affects only Single Line Telephone stations assigned Prime Line in Memory Block 4-23 (Prime Line/Hot Line Assignment). When Prime Line is assigned to an Single Line Telephone, hookflash drops the CO and issues intercom (ICM) dial tone when this Memory Block is set to disconnect.

  • Page 553

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-26 DISA ID Number Station Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign the Direct Inward System Access (DISA) ID Buffer — Number corresponding to the station port number. The Station Message Detail Data No.

  • Page 554

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-28 Multilingual LCD Indication Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to specify the language displayed on the Multiline Terminal LCD. PC Programming DisplayS +BTM T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 555

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-29 HFU Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to enable/disable per station the built-in Handsfree HFU-U — Unit. Data No. Display T e l PC Programming P o r t D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 556

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-30 Hold/Transfer Recall Display Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to enable/disable the Hold Recall indication on the LCD. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l P o r t +BTM N o .

  • Page 557

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-31 Receiving Internal/All Call Page Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify per station whether or not an Internal Zone or Data No. Internal All Zone Page is received. Display PC Programming +BTT...

  • Page 558

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-32 Trunk Digit Restriction Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per port the maximum number of digits that can be — dialed on any outside line. Data No. Display T e l S e t t i n g P o r t...

  • Page 559

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-35 Voice Mail/SLT Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not a Voice Mail system is interfaced with — the system for Single Line Telephone ports. Data No. Display T e l P o r t...

  • Page 560

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes The SLT(1)-U( ) ADP Adapter and the ADA(2)-W Unit do not support Voice Mail. Only 16 Voice Mail ports are supported by this system. Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 489...

  • Page 561

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________...

  • Page 562

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-37 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment Telephone Mode (Day Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the day ringing assignment on incoming calls to a Data No. Secondary Incoming Extension (SIE) or a Call Arrival key. Display PC Programming +BTM...

  • Page 563

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 3 Press the Line Key corresponding to ringing required for Tel Port No. Default Values All Telephones: No Ring The LED indication changes to indicate data each time a CO/PBX Line Key is pressed.

  • Page 564

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-38 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment Telephone Mode (Night Mode) Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the night ringing assignment on incoming calls to a Data No. Secondary Incoming Extension (SIE) or a Call Arrival Key. Display PC Programming +BTM...

  • Page 565

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 3 Press the Line Key corresponding to ringing required for Tel Port No. Default Values All Telephones: No Ring The LED indication changes to indicate data each time a CO/PBX Line Key is pressed.

  • Page 566

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-39 APR Ring Mode Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify the ringing mode for a Single Line Telephone — connected to an AP(R)-R or APR-U Unit. Data No. Display T e l P o r t...

  • Page 567

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes No Ring means that no calls ring at the Single Line Device connected to an AP(R)-R or APR-U Unit. Station Number ring means that only calls directed to the Multiline Terminal Station Number, ring at the Single Line Device connected to an AP(R)-R or APR-U Unit.

  • Page 568

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-40 LCR Class Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per station the Least Cost Routing (LCR) Class. The — Elite IPK system has four Area Code Tables. Each LCR Class can have different Trunk group access to allow priority levels for the station user.

  • Page 569

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes LCR Class Selection corresponds to Area Code Tables as follows: Class 0 No LCR Class 1 Use Area Code Table 1 Class 2 Use Area Code Table 2 Class 3 Use Area Code Table 3 Class 4 Use Area Code Table 4 Stations cannot be assigned to multiple LCR Classes.

  • Page 570

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-41 SIE/CAR Ringing Line Preference Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not to allow Ringing Line Preference (go Data No. off-hook or press Speaker key) on all telephones that are assigned Secondary Incoming Extension (SIE) and/or Call Arrival keys.

  • Page 571

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-37 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment (Day Mode) 4-38 Extension Line Key Ring Assignment (Night Mode) Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. The SIE/CAR must be ringing for this Memory Block to work ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 500 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 572

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-42 Call Forward-Busy Immediately/ Telephone Mode Delay Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify immediate forward (NO) or delay forward (YS) for an Data No. Incoming CO/PBX call if the station is set for Call Forward–Busy. Display PC Programming T e l...

  • Page 573

    Memory Block. 5 Program the next Memory Block or press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________...

  • Page 574

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-44 Caller ID Preset Dial Outgoing CO Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Trunk group, Route Advanced group, or Closed Data No. Numbering group that is seized for ANI/Caller ID Outgoing Calls. Use the ANI/Caller ID Scroll key to access the ANI/Caller ID to be called.

  • Page 575: Live Record Auto Delete Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-46 Live Record Auto Delete Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not live record sessions that are not — addressed by the station user are deleted. Data No.

  • Page 576

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-47 ISDN Directory Number Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not the directory Number is presented to — the Network when a call is placed from the programmed station. Data No.

  • Page 577

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes BRI: When this Memory Block is set to No, the station placing an outgoing call does not present the programmed number in Memory Block 3-52 assigned for the BRI Trunks. The Network presents Restricted for the Caller ID information.

  • Page 578

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-49 Caller ID Display for CAR Key Telephone Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign one Multiline Terminal per CAR to display ANI/Caller Data No. ID Indication on incoming CAR calls. Display PC Programming T e l...

  • Page 579: Multiline Terminal Type Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-50 Multiline Terminal Type Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a DTH/DTP/DTR/DTU-32-1 TEL, DTH/DTP/ — DTR-32D-1 TEL, or DTU-32D-2 TEL with 16 Line Keys or 24 Line Keys. Data No.

  • Page 580

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. Line Key Orientation: LK = Line Keys OT = One-Touch keys DTP/DTU-32-1 TEL or DTP-32D-1 or DTU-32D-2 16 Line Key Mode 24 Line Key Mode OT 1 OT 9 LK 17 LK 21...

  • Page 581: Off-hook Ringing Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-51 Off-Hook Ringing Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign per station Off-Hook Ringing to the Multiline — Terminal. Data No. Display T e l P o r t PC Programming N o .

  • Page 582

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-52 CO/PBX Answer Key Operation Telephone Mode Without Ringing Assignment (Day Submode Mode) — Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not day assignment Answer key operation uses ringing. When NO is selected, press the Answer key while an incoming PC Programming CO line key is flashing to answer the line key call.

  • Page 583

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. Ringing must be assigned in Memory Block 4-01 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Day Mode)] for the YS choice to work. When ringing is assigned, and NO is assigned here, the telephone does not ring during incoming CO/PBX calls.

  • Page 584

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-53 CO/PBX Answer Key Operation Telephone Mode Without Ringing Assignment Submode (Night Mode) — Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not night assignment Answer key operation uses ringing. When NO is selected, press the Answer key while an PC Programming incoming CO line key is flashing to answer the line key call.

  • Page 585

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. Ringing must be assigned in Memory Block 4-02 [CO/PBX Ring Assignment (Night Mode)] for the YS choice to work. When ringing is assigned, and NO is assigned here, the telephone does not ring during incoming CO/PBX calls.

  • Page 586

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-54 Enhanced 911 CESID to Station Table Telephone Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify E911 Caller Emergency Service Identification Data No. (CESID). Display PC Programming T e l P o r t S e t t i n g D a t a...

  • Page 587

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-8-43 Enhanced 911 Trunk Assignment 1-8-44 Enhanced 911 Alternate Route Assignment 1-8-45 Enhanced 911 Alternate Route Assignment (Maintenance Busy) 1-8-46 Enhanced 911 Dialing Digit Assignment Notes Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 516 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 588

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-55 CO/PBX Telephone Ringing Pattern CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the ringing pattern assigned to each telephone. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 589

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-57 CO Line Ringing Pattern Priority Selection Notes Telephone Ports A0-C0 are ports 100~120. The Ring Patterns are shown in the table below: s= seconds Pattern No Ring ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 518 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 590: Smdr Telephone Print Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-56 SMDR Telephone Print Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not a call record is printed for the — specified station. Data No. Display T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 591

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-57 CO Line Ringing Pattern Priority CO/PBX Line Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the priority for station or CO/PBX line ringing. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 592

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-55 CO/PBX Telephone Ringing Pattern Selection 3-67 CO/PBX Ringing Pattern Selection Notes Telephone Ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 2 - 521...

  • Page 593

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-58 Automated Attendant Selection for CO/PBX Line Mode Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Automated Attendant message for DID calls. Data No. Display PC Programming T e l P o r t S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 594: Apr/apa Hookflash Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-59 APR/APA Hookflash Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to allow/deny Hookflash for Analog Port Adapter with Ringer — (AP(R)-R/APR-U) or Analog Port Adapter (AP(A)-R/APA-U) without ringer on a Multiline Terminal.

  • Page 595

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 4-95 DTMF/DP SLT Type Selection Notes Operation of SLT connected to AP(R)-R/ APR-U or AP(A)-R/ APA-U is the same as the Single Line Telephone. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 524 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 596

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-62 ISDN-PRI Directory Number Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to provide the station DID Number (CPN, Calling Party Data No. Number) to the Network when placing outgoing calls. Display PC Programming T e l...

  • Page 597

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes A maximum of 13 digits is allowed. Hyphens/dashes are not allowed when entering the directory number. This Memory Block supports only trunks assigned as DID in Memory Block 3-91. When using CO Line Mode, Memory Block 3-52 is used to assign the directory number for ISDN-PRI. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 526 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 598

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-64 Code Restriction Class (without CO/PBX Line Mode Authorization Code) Day Mode Submode Assignment — Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Code Restriction Class per station in Day Mode when Forced Account Code/Authorization Code is set in Memory Block 1-8-08 [Class PC Programming of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2] and a call is made without using a Forced...

  • Page 599

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-46 Access Code(1,2,3-Digit) Assignment Function 146 – Forced Account Code/Authorization Code 1-1-47 Function 147 – Forced Account Code/Authorization code Access 1-1-48 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1 Page 2, LK 8 –...

  • Page 600

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-65 Code Restriction Class (without CO/PBX Line Mode Authorization Code) Night Mode Submode Assignment — Data No. General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Code Restriction Class per station in Night Mode when Forced Account Code/Authorization Code is set in Memory Block 1-8-08 [Class PC Programming of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2] and a call is made without using a Forced...

  • Page 601

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-46 Access Code(1,2,3-Digit) Assignment Function 146 – Forced Account Code/Authorization Code 1-1-47 Function 147 – Forced Account Code/Authorization code Access 1-1-48 1-8-07 Class of Service (Attendant) Feature Selection 1 Page 2, LK 8 –...

  • Page 602: Moh Or Ring Back Tone Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-66 MOH or Ring Back Tone Selection CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign MOH or Ring Back Tone for the outside party when a — trunk call is placed on hold by the Transfer key on a Multiline Terminal, hook flash from a Single Line Telephone, or the Transfer or Hold key at a PSII station.

  • Page 603

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-8-09 Music on Hold Pattern Selection 1-8-31 Hold Tone Source Assignment 1-8-32 Hold Internal Tone Volume Selection 3-11 CO External Source Selection 3-12 Trunk-to-MOH Trunk Assignment Notes Telephone Ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120.

  • Page 604: Ip Station Number Assignment

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-67 IP Station Number Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a station number for each IP telephone supported by — the IPCA( )-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display T e l P o r t D a t a...

  • Page 605: Lcd Line Key – Name Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-68 LCD Line Key – Name Assignment CO/PBX Line Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign a name to each LCD Line Key of the DTH/ — DTR-16LD-1 Telephone. Up to eight characters can be assigned. Data No.

  • Page 606

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Telephone Ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120. The name can be entered using the dial pad. Follow the procedures in Appendix B Character Codes. The default names listed in the table below are assigned based on the line key type from Memory Block 4-12 (Line Key Selection for Telephone Mode) LK Assign Default...

  • Page 607: Slt Data Line Security Assignment

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-90 SLT Data Line Security Assignment Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify NORMAL or DATA position for a Single Line — Telephone (SLT). Data No. Display T e l P o r t PC Programming N o .

  • Page 608

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes When connecting SLT/Voice Mail, assign NORMAL. When connecting Fax/Modem, assign DATA. When Multiline Terminal is assigned for Data Line Security, Tone Override and Call Alert Notification tones are not heard from the handset; however, the tone is still sent and heard from the speaker when off-hook. Data Line Security denies a station from barging in, even if Barge-In is allowed in Class of Service.

  • Page 609

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-91 Telephone Ringing Variation Telephone Mode Selection Submode — General Description Data No. Use this Memory Block to assign a Low, Medium, or High ringing tone frequency when Telephone is specified in Memory Block 1-1-28 (Distinctive Ringing by Telephone or CO Selection).

  • Page 610

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes This Memory Block is applicable for telephones selected in Memory Block 1-1-28 (Distinctive Ringing by Telephone or CO Selection). Selected ringing tone (H, M or L) applies to incoming outside line calls only. Telephone ports A0~C0 are ports 100~120.

  • Page 611: Receiving Volume Selection

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-92 Receiving Volume Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify whether receiving volume is returned to normal — (DOWN) or kept as is (UP) on a call after hanging up. Data No.

  • Page 612: Internal Zone Paging Selection

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-93 Internal Zone Paging Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to assign stations as Internal page zones. — Display Data No. T e l P o r t D a t a S e t t i n g N o .

  • Page 613

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Notes Specify one zone: All Internal Zones: Paged by dialing 51 Zone A: Paged by dialing 52 Zone B: Paged by dialing 53 Zone C: Paged by dialing 54. Telephones can be assigned to No Zon All Internal Zones page the telephone unless No Page Receive is assigned in Memory Block 4-31 (Receiving Internal/All Call Page Selection).

  • Page 614

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-94 3-Minute Alarm Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per station whether or not a warning tone is — generated at 3-minute intervals during an outgoing or incoming CO/PBX call. Data No.

  • Page 615

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4-95 DTMF/DP SLT Type Selection Telephone Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block to specify per port whether Dial Pulse or Dual-Tone — Multifrequency (MF) Single Line Telephone is connected to the system. Data No.

  • Page 616

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-00 Digit Add/Del for Tie Line Networking Trunk Group Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the number of digits to add/delete from the Data No. telephone number sent from a distant system over Tie lines or from DID lines. The digits enable the system to determine whether a call is directed to the local system or to a distant system.

  • Page 617

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures Press to go back on-line. Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-1-46 Access Code (1-Digit) Assignment 3-03 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment Notes This Memory Block applies only when two or more systems are connected by Tie lines or when the systems are connected by a DID line.

  • Page 618

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-01 Tie Line Networking Tandem Trunk Group Mode Connection Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to specify whether or not Trunk groups connected to the Data No. system allow incoming Trunk groups to be connected to outgoing Trunk groups for tandem connections.

  • Page 619

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 1 Go off-line. 2 Press LK5 + 3 Press the corresponding CO/PBX line key to change the data option. Operation data includes: CO/PBX The shaded Line LED selection is the default. Data Use the following to enter data: to move the cursor left to move the cursor right...

  • Page 620

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-02 8-Digit Matching Table to Trunk Trunk Group Mode Group Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign each Trunk group to the 8-Digit Matching Tables. Data No. Display PC Programming T r u n k G r o u p N o .

  • Page 621

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-03 OCC Table to Trunk Group Trunk Group Mode Assignment Submode — General Description Use this Memory Block to assign each of the 16 OCC Tables to each Trunk group. Data No. Display PC Programming T r u n k G r o u p D a t a P a g e...

  • Page 622

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-04 LCR Class to Trunk Group Selection Trunk Group Mode General Description Submode Use this Memory Block per trunk group to specify the Least Cost Routing (LCR)/ Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Class. For systems connected using K-CCIS, the Electra Elite can analyze incoming telephone numbers received from a distant system Data No.

  • Page 623

    1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection 5-05 Common Signaling Channel Route Selection Notes Refer to the Electra Elite IPK Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS) Manual for details. ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 552 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 624

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-05 Common Signaling Channel Route Trunk Group Mode Assignment Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to specify the Common Signaling Channel for each voice trunk Data No. group used for K-CCIS. PC Programming T r u n k G r o u p S e t t i n g...

  • Page 625

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Related Programming M.B. Number Memory Block Name 1-15-09 K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment 1-15-10 Calling Name Display Allow/Deny Selection LCR Class to Trunk Group Selection Notes This Memory Block is used to assign the voice channels to the Common Channel. When the voice channels trunk group is set at 0, K-CCIS does not operate correctly.

  • Page 626

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5-06 Trunk Group Outgoing Priority Trunk Group Mode Selection Submode General Description Use this Memory Block to assign the Outgoing Priority for trunk access to each Trunk Data No. Group. This is normally used with a Tie Line or K-CCIS network to reverse the search order and reduce call collisions during trunk seizure.

  • Page 627

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 556 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 628

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Tenant Mode Copy Assignment Copy Mode General Description Tenant Use this Memory Block to enable copying data from one tenant to another tenant or multiple consecutive tenants. Data No. Display — S e t t i n g T i t l e D a t a T N A T...

  • Page 629

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Enter the beginning of the tenant (00~47) range to be copied to. Using the dial pad, press – – ‡ T N A T 0 5 – T I M E D I S P L A Y Enter the end of the tenant (00~47) range to be copied to.

  • Page 630

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ CO Line Mode Copy Assignment Copy Mode Copy Mode Use this Memory Block to enable copying data from one CO/PBX line to another CO/ CO/PBX Tenant PBX line or multiple consecutive CO/PBX lines. Display Data No.

  • Page 631

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Enter the beginning of the CO/PBX (02~64) range to be copied to. Using the dial pad, press – – ‡ 0 5 – T I M E D I S P L A Y Enter the end of the CO/PBX (02~64) range to be copied to.

  • Page 632

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone Mode Copy Assignment Copy Mode General Description Tenant Use this Memory Block to enable copying data from one telephone port to another telephone port or multiple consecutive telephone ports. Data No. Display — O r i g i n a l T e l P o r t N o .

  • Page 633

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Enter the beginning of the Tel. Port No. (01~C0) range to be copied to. Using the dial pad, press – – ‡ T E L 2 0 – T I M E D I S P L A Y Enter the end of the Tel.

  • Page 634

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Trunk Group Mode Copy Assignment Copy Mode General Description Tenant Use this Memory Block to enable copying data from one Trunk group to another Trunk group or multiple consecutive Trunk groups. Data No. Display —...

  • Page 635

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Enter the Start Trunk Group No. (01~32). Using the dial pad, press – – ‡ T R K 1 0 – T I M E D I S P L A Y Enter the End Trunk Group (01~32). Using the dial pad, press –...

  • Page 636

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Card Interface Slot Assignment ETU Mode General Description Slot Use this Memory Block to specify the installed ETU. Display Port Number for COI 4, TLI, DID, SLI 4, OPX, DPH, VRS, VMS 2/4 ETU Data No.

  • Page 637

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Procedures 1 Go off-line. 2 Press LK7 + LK1 to access the Memory Block. 3 Use the Line key to enter Setting Data: Line Line Setting Data LCD Indication Setting Data LCD Indication...

  • Page 638

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4 Use the Line key to enter Setting Data: Line Line Setting Data LCD Indication Setting Data LCD Indication ESIB(8)-U( ) ESIB8 DTI-U( ) DTI4 ESIE(8)-U( ) ESIB16 DTI-U( ) DTI8 MG(8)-U( )

  • Page 639

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ KSU Power-Based ETU Quantity Limitations The following charts indicate the maximum number of specific ETU combinations in each KSU that are restricted by power limitations of the KSU. For System without EliteMail VP/CTI Maximum NO.

  • Page 640

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Card Interface Slot Assignment Basic KTU SLOT 1~8 SLOT 1, A PORT NO. (Refer to SLOT 1~8 EXP KTU BRT(4)-U( ) BSU(2)-U( ) CCH(4)-U( ) COI(4)-U( )/COIB(4)-U( ) COI(8)-U( )/COIB(8)-U( ) COID(4)-U( )/COIB(4)-U( )

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    ETU. Eight BSU(2)-U ETUs can be installed in the EXP Electra Elite IPK. Only three can be installed in the Basic Electra Elite IPK. Page 2, LK 5 is used for indication only. The VDH2(8)-U( ) ETU cannot be assigned.

  • Page 642

    5 Press to go back on-line. Related Programming Refer to individual features in the Electra Elite IPK Features and Specifications Manual. Notes Only Multiline Terminals can be assigned to ports 01 and 02. A maximum of four Attendant Add-On Consoles can be installed in the system.

  • Page 643

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7-3-00 MIF (ACD) Assignment ETU Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to enable the Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) function of the MIFA-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display S e t t i n g...

  • Page 644

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7-3-01 MIF (LCR) Assignment ETU Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to enable the Least Cost Routing (LCR) function of the MIFM-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display S e t t i n g...

  • Page 645

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7-3-02 MIF (SMDR) Assignment ETU Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to enable the Station Message Detail Reporting (SMDR) function on the MIFM-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display S e t t i n g...

  • Page 646

    Electra Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7-3-03 MIF (UCD) Assignment ETU Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to enable the Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) function on the MIFA-U( ) ETU. Data No. Display D a t a PC Programming N o .

  • Page 647

    Document Revison 1 Electra Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7-3-04 MIF (Caller ID) Assignment ETU Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to enable the ANI/Caller ID scrolling or outdial function on the MIFM-U( ) ETU. Basic Caller ID works without an MIFM-U( ) ETU installed.

  • Page 648

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ROM Version Confirmation Special Mode General Description Use this Memory Block to confirm the ETU firmware version without removing the card from the KSU. Data No. Display S P 0 1 6 1 - 0 1 : M I F M = 1 .

  • Page 649

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ System Speed Dial Memory Clear Special Mode General Description Spd-Clr-Sys Use this Memory Block to clear all System Speed Dial programming. Data No. Before using this procedure, understand completely the affect of erasing all —...

  • Page 650

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Station Speed Dial Memory Clear Special Mode General Description Spd-Clr-Sys Use this Memory Block to clear the the Station Speed Dial memories of all programmed Speed Dial numbers. Data No. — Before using this procedure, understand completely the affect of erasing all System Speed Dial buffers in the system.

  • Page 651

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Second Initialization Special Mode General Description CO Line Use this Memory Block to initialize all the system hardware. All system software and user programming are retained after the Second Initialization. Data No. Display PC Programming T i t l e 1 1 : 0 8 A M T I M E...

  • Page 652

    Elite IPK Document Revison 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Clock/Calendar Setting System Mode — General Description Submode This Memory Block is used to set the time and date displayed on the Multiline — Terminals. Clock/Calendar must be set on a port 01 or port 02 assigned terminal. Data No.

  • Page 653

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2 - 582 Memory Blocks...

  • Page 654

    Advanced Applications C h a p t e r 3 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ESTRICTION General The Electra Elite 48/192 system provides an advanced method of restricting outgoing calls based on the first eight digits dialed. Code Restriction denies placement of outside calls based on Trunk groups and accommodates equal access to an other common carrier (OCC).

  • Page 655

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ When Station Lockout is set at a station, the station is outgoing restricted. Digit Restriction is not assigned. Refer to Section 1.5 Code Restriction Tables (Default Values). Memory Blocks The following related Memory Blocks are used when assigning Code Restriction.

  • Page 656

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Code Restriction Class Assignment (Night Mode)....4-08 Telephone to Tenant Assignment ..........4-09 Station To Class of Service Feature Assignment...... 4-17 Memory Block Description 1.4.1 General This section describes the function of the Memory Blocks directly related to Code Restriction.

  • Page 657

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1.4.3 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment/Operation 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal Dial Assignment (Memory Block 1-1-66) This Memory Block assigns the 8-Digit Matching Table to be Used or Unused for non-OCC calls. When an 8-Digit Matching Table is assigned as Unused, the table is used only for OCC calls.

  • Page 658

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Code Restriction Class Allow/Deny Selection (Memory Block 1-1-65) This Memory Block assigns the Code Restriction Classes (01~14) as Allow or Deny. This assignment is used when there is no match or when there is an overlap (duplicate numbers in tables with opposite Allow/Deny assignments) of numbers in the 8-Digit Matching Tables.

  • Page 659

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1.4.6 Code Restriction Class Assignment when Lockout is Set (Memory Block 1-1-70) This Memory Block assigns the Code Restriction Class to be used when Station Lockout (Outgoing) is set at a station. Station Lockout can be set by the Attendant or from any station when allowed in System Programming.

  • Page 660

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 01 Table 02 Table 03 Table 04 Memory Block (1-1-67) Memory Block (5-03) Trunk Group 01~32 Trunk Group 01~32 Trunk Group 01~32 Trunk Group 01~32 Memory Block (1-1-68) Table 05 Table 06 Table 07 Table 08 Memory Block (1-1-67) Memory Block (5-03)

  • Page 661

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1.5.2 8-Digit Matching Tables with Default Values The following Memory Blocks are displayed: 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal Dial Assignment (1-1-66) 8-Digit Matching Table to Trunk Group Assignment (5-02) 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment (1-1-60) The following designations are used in these tables: Table 00 Table 01...

  • Page 662

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal Dial Assignment (1-1-66) 8-Digit Matching Table to Trunk Group Assignment (5-02) 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment (1-1-60) Table 04 Table 05 Table 06 Table 07 Use Table Use Table Use Table Use Table Memory Block (1-1-66) Trunk Group 01~32...

  • Page 663

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal Dial Assignment (1-1-66) 8-Digit Matching Table to Trunk Group Assignment (5-02) 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment (1-1-60) Table 08 Table 09 Table 10 Table 11 Use Table Use Table Use Table Use Table Memory Block (1-1-66) Trunk Group 01~32...

  • Page 664

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8-Digit Matching Table to Normal Dial Assignment (1-1-66) 8-Digit Matching Table to Trunk Group Assignment (5-02) 8-Digit Matching Table Assignment (1-1-60) Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 Table 15 Use Table Use Table Use Table Unused Table Memory Block (1-1-66) Trunk Group 01~32...

  • Page 665

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 8-Digit Matching Tables with Default Values The following designations are used in this table: 8-Digit Matching Table to Class Assignment (1-1-61) Class Allow/Deny Selection (1-1-65) 8-Digit Matching Table Class Allow/Deny Assignment Class 01 Allow Class 02 Allow Class 03...

  • Page 666

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ User Accesses a CO/PBX Line Code Restriction Class Disconnect Allow User Class 00 Class 15 (Day, Night) Issue Error Free Dialing M. B. 4-07 and 4-08 Class 01 ~ 14 Is line Assigned as Is M.B.

  • Page 667

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Search 8-Digit Matching Table From Table 00~15 After Each Digit Entered For First 8 Digits Search Only 8-digit Matching Tables Assigned To Class Assignment M. B. 1-1-61 Search Only 8-Digit Matching Tables Assigned to OCC Table M.

  • Page 668

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION UTOMATIC OUTE ELECTION General Route Selection is automatically directed by user-specified conditions. Four Least Cost Routing (LCR) tables are provided for user-specified data that can be used to select a single route. User can delete digits from or add digits to a user specified dialing number to use ARS to originate the call with LCR.

  • Page 669

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2.3.2 Class of Service (Station) Feature Selection 2 (Memory Block 1-8-08) Use this Memory Block to allow/deny LCR Bypass (Page 3, LK4) for Trunk Groups 02~32). Default: Deny Use this Memory Block to allow/deny ARS Overflow (Page 6, LK1) to trunk group 01 when programmed route is busy.

  • Page 670

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2.3.8 ARS Digit Delete Assignment (Memory Block 1-14-05) Use this Memory Block to specify number of digits (00~10) from the first digit that are deleted from the route assignment. Default: 00 (None) 2.3.9 ARS Digit Add Assignment (Memory Block 1-14-06) Use this Memory Block to specify a maximum of 10 digits to add to the route assignment.

  • Page 671

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1-14-03 Table 1, Route 01 1-14-04 TKGP 04 1-14-05 01 Digit 1-14-06 1010288 3-03 CO lines 01, 02 to TKGP 1 CO lines 03, 04 to TKGP 2 CO lines 05, 06to TKGP 3 CO lines 07, 08 to TKGP 4 3-91 Assign trunks 01~08 for CO...

  • Page 672

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Service Conditions Built-in ARS provides a system with four tables to allow route selection, and a single route table to select a Trunk Group or Route Advance Block and provide digit control. Deny From MB 1-14-00 MIFM LCR Originate Allow...

  • Page 673

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment Route Digits (Max. 8) Table Dialing Allow/Deny Number Memory Block Combination M.B. 1-14-02 M.B. 1-14-03 1-14-01 (01~32) ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3 - 20 Advanced Applications...

  • Page 674

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment (Continued) Route Digits (Max. 8) Table Dialing Allow/Deny Number Memory Block Combination M.B. 1-14-02 M.B. 1-14-03 1-14-01 (01~32) ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 3 - 21...

  • Page 675

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment (Continued) Route Digits (Max. 8) Table Dialing Allow/Deny Number Memory Block Combination M.B. 1-14-02 M.B. 1-14-03 1-14-01 (01~32) ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3 - 22 Advanced Applications...

  • Page 676

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment (Continued) Route Digits (Max. 8) Table Dialing Allow/Deny Number Memory Block Combination M.B. 1-14-02 M.B. 1-14-03 1-14-01 (01~32) ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 3 - 23...

  • Page 677

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-1 Automatic Route Selection to Route Number Assignment (Continued) Route Digits (Max. 8) Table Dialing Allow/Deny Number Memory Block Combination M.B. 1-14-02 M.B. 1-14-03 1-14-01 (01~32) Table 3-2 Route Number to Trunk Group/RAB Selection and Digit Control NORMAL, Delete Digits Route Number...

  • Page 678

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-2 Route Number to Trunk Group/RAB Selection and Digit Control (Continued) NORMAL, Delete Digits Route Number TKGP (01~32), Add Digits (10 Max.) (00~10) M.B. 1-14-03 or RAB (01~32) M.B. 1-14-06 M.B. 1-14-05 M.B.1-14-04 A single route is specified for each registered dialing number.

  • Page 679

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Numbers affected by code restriction using Memory Block 1-82 (CO Feature Code Service for Code Restriction.), need not be specified as 8-digit dialing numbers in the ARS table because they are automatically excluded from ARS. NORMAL origination in USA is Trunk Group 1.

  • Page 680

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Automatic Route Selection Flowcharts Start Deny 1-14-00 MIFM LCR Originate Allow/Deny Allow MB 4-40 Trunk Group 1 Originated LCR Class by Dialing Selection Code Restriction Assigned MB 1-1-82 If Digits Match, Continue ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 3 - 27...

  • Page 681

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ ARS Table Dial Check - Refer to Service Conditions Match Dial? Check ARS Allow/Deny Allow M.B. 1-14-02 LCR ByPass? M.B. 1-8-08 Deny No Call Allow? Busy Trunk Group 1 Originate Busy Route Number Memory Block 1-14-03 to TKGP/RAB Check Which TKGP or...

  • Page 682

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ TKGP/RAB meets condition? MB 1-14-05 Digit MB 1-14-06 Add/Del Seize Trunk and Dial ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual 3 - 29...

  • Page 683

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ ISDN-PRI C ECTION ALL BY General Call by Call Service allows multiple services to share a PRI line. When a call is originated or terminated, an Information Element (IE) called the Network Specified Facility (NSF) is added to the SETUP message to identify the service associated with the call.

  • Page 684

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Master Clock Selection ............1-8-33 Trunk to Tenant Assignment ............. 2-01 Line Key Selection ..............2-05 Line Key Selection for Tenant Mode ......... 2-06 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment ........... 3-03 Trunk Incoming Answer Mode Selection ........3-05 Automatic Release Signal Detection Selection ......

  • Page 685

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Call by Call Service Parameter Assignment......1-10-07 Call by Call Max Digit Assignment ........1-10-08 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group Assignment ....1-10-09 Call by Call Outgoing SFG Assignment ......1-10-20 Call by Call Outgoing/Incoming SFG Assignment ....1-10-21 Call by Call Incoming Type Selection ........

  • Page 686

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.6 Route Advance Block Assignment (Memory Block 1-1-30) Use this Memory Block to assign priority levels to each Trunk Group assigned in a Route Advance Block. Default: All Blocks 00 3.3.7 ISDN DTMF Duration/Interdigit Selection (Memory Block 1-1-80) Use this Memory Block to specify tone duration and interdigit time of DTMF signals for ISDN trunks.

  • Page 687

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.14 Line Key Selection for Tenant Mode (Memory Block 2-06) Use this Memory Block to assign functions to each telephone line key for Tenant Mode. Default: Tenant 00, Line keys 01~08 are assigned to CO/PBX. Tenants 01~47 are unassigned) 3.3.15 Trunk-to-Trunk Group Assignment (Memory Block 3-03)

  • Page 688

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.21 Line Key Selection (Memory Block 3-53) Use this Memory Block to check the speed dialing buffer for a match when a Caller ID Number is detected. When a name is assigned to a matched number, it can be displayed when Line key 3 (NAM) is selected.

  • Page 689

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.28 Station to Call Appearance Block Assignment (Memory Block 4-43) Use this Memory Block to assign a multiline Terminal to a Call Appearance Block. Default: All stations are assigned to CAP Block 00 3.3.29 Multiline Terminal Type Selection (Memory Block 4-50) Use this memory Block to select the Multiline terminal Type.

  • Page 690

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.35 Call by Call ID Plan Assignment (Memory Block 1-10-01) Use this Memory Block to specify Network ID Plan (NIP) for each RAB as 0 (Reserved), 1 (Interexchange Carrier), 2 ~15 (Reserved). The Network ID (Memory Block 1-10-04) must be assigned. Default: 1 for all RABs 3.3.36 Call by Call Network ID Assignment (Memory Block 1-10-04)

  • Page 691

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.41 Call by Call Simulated Facility Group Assignment (Memory Block 1-10-09) Use this Memory Block to specify a Simulated Facility Group (01~16) to control SFGs of each facility for each RAB. Default: All RABs 00 (None) SFGs for FX can be defined per FX Facility Group for incoming, outgoing, and Incoming/outgoing calls using an FX Facility Group.

  • Page 692

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Call by Call (CBC) Programming (LCR PC Software V2.0 or Higher) 3.4.1 The International/Operator Table This table has a page for each LCR Class (1~4) that contains fixed dialing patterns that can be assigned to that Class. Two routes can be assigned and arranged in priority.

  • Page 693

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Trunk Group or Route Advance Blocks are specified in TG/ RAB. Delete digits specifies the number of digits to delete from the first dial when using PRT. PreDigits controls whether digits that are specified in pre-digit tables are dialed before the International or Operator code.

  • Page 694

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ The MIFM-U( ) ETU refers to this table when the first digit dialed is 0 or when 0 follows the OCC Dial. Operator Call Time Out Table Default SettingsOperator Call Time Out 4 sec Least Cost Routing (LCR) Programming Refer to the Elite IPK Least Cost Routing Manual.

  • Page 695

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3-92 Co line 24 set to NIL (Not installed) 4-12 TEL ports 01, 02 (Ext. 100,101), LK01~23, C (CAP)01~23 4-40 Set TEL ports 01, 02 (Ext. 100,101) to CLS 1 4-50 24 Line Keys 1-10-20 Group 01 to 08 MEGACOM (AT&T)

  • Page 696

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 3-3 Memory Block Data FCVS FCVF DIGIT (02) (03) (00) (01) (04) (1-10-05) (06) (07) (09) (08) Values in ( ) are the last two digits of Call by Call Memory Blocks (e.g. 1-10-0X). 0:00 None None...

  • Page 697

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Dial Dial tone stops. The Terminal LCD shows 1. B A B G E B Dial CAP LEDs 00 and 01 light green. The Terminal LCD shows 1212752. E K K K Dial LEDs remain On. Ring Back Tone is generated The Terminal LCD shows 12127527000.

  • Page 698

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ The Terminal LCD shows 214. CAP LEDs 00 and 01 light green. SFG 1 counter increments by 1. B B B E K K K Dial LEDs remain On. Ring Back Tone is generated. The Terminal LCD shows 2142227000.

  • Page 699

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.7.5 Dial 9-1-913-381-6000 LCR search sequence: Area Code:800 → Route Adv 04 → Route 04 → RAB 04→ TG 02 → CO 23. SETUP Message Service Service FCV Feature FCV Parameter 2(N) 913-381-6000 None None None MultiQuest...

  • Page 700

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.7.9 Local Operator Call – Dial 9 +0 LCR search sequence: Dial 0 of International/Operator Table 1 → RAB 09→ TG 02 → CO 23. SETUP Message Service Service FCV Feature FCV Parameter Operator 0(U) 0(U) No Digits...

  • Page 701

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ When bypassing LCR for CBC, press a line key assigned for RAB or Dial the RAB access code to access the RAB. Using LCR requires dialing 1+NXX+NXX+XXXX. Pressing the RAB line key requires dialing NXX+NXX+XXXX.

  • Page 702

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ When incoming and outgoing calls are processed simultaneously the incoming call has priority. A collision error between simultaneous SETUP messages is generated, and the outgoing call gets a busy signal. The Incoming/outgoing (IC/OG) SFG must be equal to or greater than the outgoing (OG) SFG.

  • Page 703

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Call by Call (CBC) Termination Flowchart The flowchart shows how Call by Call incoming calls are terminated. CBC Call Termination Flowchart Incoming Others Incoming Reject Call Type #88: Incompatible Destination Voice CBC? MB 1-13-03 Trunk Type MB 3-91 No Match...

  • Page 704

    Function Time Chart A p p e n d i x A ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION HART The chart on the following pages provides a list of times that can be programmed in the system. The information is listed numerically by Memory Block number. A brief definition and Minimum, Default, and Maximum values are given for each time.

  • Page 705

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum ∞ ∞ CO/PBX Incoming 1-1-06 The time after an incoming Ringing Alarm Time CO/PBX call is detected before Selection the ringing tone changes to a different ringing tone level when the call is not answered.

  • Page 706

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum ∞ Second Delay 1-1-75 The time (seconds) to repeat Announcement the Second Delay Repeat Interval Announcement. Time Selection Delayed Ringing 1-1-77 The time for delayed ringing on Time Assignment...

  • Page 707

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum Hookflash Start 1-3-05 The minimum hookflash time Time Selection (milliseconds) for a Single Line Telephone or Voice Mail System before a valid hookflash is detected.

  • Page 708

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum Automated 1-4-19 The time between Automated Attendant Delay Attendant 1 to 2 Announcement messages. Delay Announcement Interval Time Selection Automated 1-4-20 The time the Automated Attendant Delay...

  • Page 709

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum ACD/UCD Overflow 1-12-02 The maximum time (seconds) a Time Selection waiting ACD/UCD call remains ∞ at an ACD/UCD group before overflowing to a specified Station or Station Hunt group.

  • Page 710

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table A-1 Function Time Chart (Continued) Value Memory Time Definition Block Minimum Default Maximum ∞ Tie Line Incoming 3-24 The maximum time an address Interdigit Timeout signal is missing during Selection incoming call detection before an error tone is returned to the other system.

  • Page 711

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ A - 8 Function Time Chart...

  • Page 712

    Character Codes A p p e n d i x B ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION HARACTER SSIGNMENT Character Code Tables The character code tables are used when entering some functions provided with the Elite IPK system. Characters can be entered using the dial pad instead of the Character Code Tables.

  • Page 713

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Character Code Character Code Character Code < ¥ > Æ ¨ ___________________________________________________________________________________ B - 2 Character Codes...

  • Page 714

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Programming Manual B - 3...

  • Page 715

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Dial Pad Character Assignment Refer to the applicable table and procedure example. Table B-1 System Data Input Press Redial “ ¥ & To A To D To G To J To M To T <...

  • Page 716

    Elite IPK Document Revision 1 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Press Display shows 01/NE_. B B B Press Display shows 01/NEC_. Press Display shows 01/02:OUT&IN. Table B-2 Speed Dial Name Input Press Space “ ¥ & To A To D To G To J To M To T <...

  • Page 717

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ A B C D E . Press Display shows 00:0:12345_. Press Display shows 00=_. Press Display shows 00=N_. C C . Press Display shows 00=NE_. B B B . Press Display shows 00=NEC_. Press Display shows 00=NECA_.

  • Page 718

    Display Abbreviations A p p e n d i x C ___________________________________________________________________________________ Abbreviations found in the display are defined in below. Table C-1 Abbreviations used in Multiline Terminal Displays ADD/DEL : Addition/Deletion : External Speaker : All FWDG : Forwarding : Alarm FLSH : Flash...

  • Page 719

    Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table C-1 Abbreviations used in Multiline Terminal Displays (Continued) DESG : Designation : Minimum : Digit : Music On Hold DISP : Display MSTR : Master DISTM : Disconnection Recognition Time : Number DIVERT : Diversion : Night Mode : Delay Signal Time...

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