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NEC Electra Elite IPK Programing Manual

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  • Page 1 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.
  • Page 2 R O G R A M M I N G A N U A L Stock Number 750825 Document Revision 1 (Release 1000)
  • Page 4 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.
  • Page 6 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 –...
  • Page 7 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.
  • Page 8 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 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.
  • Page 9 Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Preface...
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    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 ..............
  • Page 11 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...
  • Page 12 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...
  • Page 13 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...
  • Page 14 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 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...
  • Page 16 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 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...
  • Page 18 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...
  • Page 19 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...
  • Page 20 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 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...
  • Page 22 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...
  • Page 23 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) ............
  • Page 24 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 ..............
  • Page 25 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) ......
  • Page 26 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) .............
  • Page 27 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 ...........
  • Page 28 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...
  • Page 29 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 ....................
  • Page 31 Document Revison 1 Elite IPK ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ xxii List of Tables...
  • Page 32: Multiline Terminal Programming

    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: Before Programming

    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.
  • Page 38: Table 1-2 Multiline Terminal Keys Used For Programming

    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.
  • Page 41: Figure 1-3 Page Display For 8-Key, 16-Key And 24-Key Multiline Terminals

    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...
  • Page 43: System Data List

    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.
  • Page 44 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...
  • Page 45 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...
  • Page 46 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...
  • Page 47 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...
  • Page 48 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...
  • Page 49 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 ∞...
  • Page 50 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...
  • Page 51 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...
  • Page 52 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...
  • Page 53 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...
  • Page 54 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...
  • Page 55 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...
  • Page 56 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...
  • Page 57 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 ∞...
  • Page 58 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.
  • Page 59 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...
  • Page 60 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: Lcr Class To Trunk Group Selection

    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: Tenant Mode Copy Assignment

    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: Rom Version Confirmation

    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

    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 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: Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching Time Assignment

    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: Distinctive Ringing By Telephone Or Co Selection

    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...