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Siemens Hicom 150 H Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2 These operating instructions are aimed at System Support and describe how to customize Version 1.2 of your Hicom 150 H system to your individual requirements. To do this, you need to be working at one of the system telephones with the two lowest internal station numbers (such as 11 and 12 or 100 and 101).
  • Page 3 &RQWURO#3DQHO#IRU#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ After system administration has been started Æ page 7, the keys of the system telephone have meanings which differ from the usual telephone functions. These special functions are briefly illustrated below, using an optiset E memory telephone as an example: Scroll (back and forth within a function, for Press function keys F1 to F8 if example from station 11 to station 12)
  • Page 4 $FFHVVLQJ#WKH#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#)XQFWLRQV 6WHS#E\#6WHS $FFHVVLQJ#WKH#6\VWHP $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#)XQFWLRQV The example below shows how user prompting on the eight-line display of the optiset E memory telephone works. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Menus and available functions appear on the screen. US:User Options UK:System admin.-User -------------------------------------- „...
  • Page 5 &RQWHQWV $FFHVVLQJ#WKH#6\VWHP $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#)XQFWLRQV 1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1 7 Ø 6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#)XQFWLRQV 6WDUWLQJ#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1 : Exiting System Administration ....... . 8 System Administration Menu .
  • Page 6 &RQWHQWV *URXS#1DPHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\#2QO\,#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#157 $FFRXQW#&RGH 1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#1#158 Defining Account Codes ........25 Defining Verification Modes .
  • Page 7 6WDUWLQJ#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ 6WHS#E\#6WHS 6WDUWLQJ#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ Before you begin, you must start system administra- tion. Once system administration has been started, the main menus and functions appear on the screen and can be modified. For details on the individual functions contained in the main menus, refer to the main menu or submenu table Æ...
  • Page 8 6WDUWLQJ#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ 6WHS#E\#6WHS You can also carry out the system administration functions during a call. Once you have started system administration, no further access to sys- tem administration is possible. ([LWLQJ#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ You can exit system administration at any time; any un- confirmed entries or changes are discarded.
  • Page 9 6HWWLQJ#8S#6\VWHP#6SHHG0'LDOLQJ 6WHS#E\#6WHS 6HWWLQJ#8S#6\VWHP#6SHHG0'LDOLQJ To simplify dialing, you can store the station numbers (up to 31 digits each) frequently used by all users as three-digit system speed dialing numbers. The following system speed-dialing numbers can be used from all telephones. • 000 - 299 (OfficeStart, OfficeOne, OfficePoint) •...
  • Page 10 6HWWLQJ#8S#6\VWHP#6SHHG0'LDOLQJ 6WHS#E\#6WHS Enter the complete external station number with the external code, such as 0 or 9, or a trunk access code, such as 801 (up to 31 digits). You can program a dial pause between two numbers with the Redial key. When you press the # key, the subsequent digits are transmitted as DTMF signals.
  • Page 11 6HWWLQJ#8S#6\VWHP#6SHHG0'LDOLQJ 6WHS#E\#6WHS Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry Enter the code. Select and confirm. =Change Enter the name (up to 16 digits long) If necessary Delete the last few characters one by one. or To delete the name: Select and confirm. US:F3=Clear UK:F3=Delete Confirm your entry.
  • Page 12 (QWHULQJ#DQG#&KDQJLQJ#WKH#'DWH#DQG#7LPH 6WHS#E\#6WHS (QWHULQJ#DQG#&KDQJLQJ#WKH#'DWH# DQG#7LPH The date and time are stored automatically after an out- going external call has been set up, provided that the ISDN makes this information available. If this is not the case or if your system is not connected to ISDN trunks, you can enter or modify the time and date yourself.
  • Page 13 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(, +,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, &'5#6WDWLRQ#+1RW#IRU#8161, You can display any call charges incurred as monetary amounts for each telephone; you can also cancel this display. If a printer is connected to the V.24 (RS-232) interface, you can also obtain a printout of the call charges. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ...
  • Page 14 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &'5#7UXQN#+1RW#IRU#8161, You can display any call charges incurred as monetary amounts for each trunk to the carrier; you can also can- cel this display. If a printer is connected to the V.24 (RS-232) interface, you can also obtain a printout of the call charges. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ...
  • Page 15 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &DOO#&KDUJH#)DFWRU#+1RW#IRU#8161, If necessary, you can specify a factor for displaying call charges as monetary amounts. The call charge pulses are then multiplied by this factor (price per call charge pulse). The call charge factor can be specified separately for each trunk group (for example, for the external code 0 or 9).
  • Page 16 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS ,6'1#8QLW#+1RW#IRU#8161, Depending on the configuration, it may be necessary to adapt the ISDN unit of the system to an ISDN trunk to display the call charges as a monetary amount. The ISDN unit provided by the network depends on the car- rier.
  • Page 17 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &XUUHQF\#'HVLJQDWLRQ# +RSWLVHW#(#PHPRU\#2QO\/#1RW#IRU#8161, You can enter a currency designation (a text of up to three characters) for displaying the call charges as a monetary amount. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Select and confirm. 14 CDR Confirm.
  • Page 18 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &DOO#/RJ If a printer is connected to the V.24 (RS-232) interface, all incoming external ISDN calls are logged. You can also prevent output on the printer. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Select and confirm. 14 CDR Confirm.
  • Page 19 &DOO#GHWDLO#UHFRUGLQJ#+*(,#+,I#&RQILJXUHG#DQG#$XWKRUL]HG, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &'5$#3D\#3KRQH#+1RW#IRU#8161, When a user terminates a chargeable call (for example, from a pay phone), the call charges can be displayed on a different telephone. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Select and confirm. 14 CDR Confirm.
  • Page 20 6WDWLRQ#1DPHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\ 2QO\, 6WHS#E\#6WHS 6WDWLRQ#1DPHV# +RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\ 2QO\, You can enter or change names for all telephones. De- pending on the situation, these names then appear on the screen; for example "US:Call from: UK:From: Maier". You can also assign names to the S interfaces used as subscriber lines.
  • Page 21 7H[W#0HVVDJHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\ 2QO\, 6WHS#E\#6WHS 7H[W#0HVVDJHV# +RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\ 2QO\, Predefined text messages can be sent from all tele- phones to all system telephones. You can modify these predefined text messages to suit your requirements (up to 24 characters long). If you make changes to the pre- defined texts, you should notify users accordingly.
  • Page 22 $GYLVRU\#0HVVDJHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\#2QO\, 6WHS#E\#6WHS $GYLVRU\#0HVVDJHV# +RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\#2QO\, Predefined advisory messages can be left on system telephones that have a display. When a call is placed, the message appears on the caller’s display. You can modify the predefined advisory messages to suit your requirements (up to 24 characters long).
  • Page 23 6HOHFWLQJ#D#/DQJXDJH 6WHS#E\#6WHS 6HOHFWLQJ#D#/DQJXDJH You can assign a specific menu language to each tele- phone; for example: • "German" • "US English" • "French" • "Spanish" • "English" Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Select and confirm. 18 Select language Enter the code.
  • Page 24 *URXS#1DPHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\#2QO\, 6WHS#E\#6WHS *URXS#1DPHV#+RSWLVHW ( PHPRU\# 2QO\, You can configure up to 20 groups (group call/hunt group call) of eight members each (OfficeOne/Point), or as many as 150 groups (group call/hunt group call) of 20 members each (OfficeCom/Pro). These groups have their own station numbers.
  • Page 25 $FFRXQW#&RGH 6WHS#E\#6WHS $FFRXQW#&RGH Telephone users can assign call charges to specific ac- tivities or projects by entering an account code before, or even during, a chargeable call. The freely definable account code is assigned to all sub- sequent segments of the current call for call detail re- cording.
  • Page 26 $FFRXQW#&RGH 6WHS#E\#6WHS Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry 'HILQLQJ#9HULILFDWLRQ#0RGHV You can define three verification modes for the account codes provided: • Non-verified (default), • Verified against the list; • Verified against the number of characters (to define the number of characters Æ...
  • Page 27 $FFRXQW#&RGH 6WHS#E\#6WHS 'HILQLQJ#WKH#(QWU\#0RGH You can define one of two criteria for account code en- try for each trunk group. Non-verified entry (default): You can enter an account code on any telephone before a call is initiated and, therefore, also before a trunk is seized.
  • Page 28 $FFRXQW#&RGH 6WHS#E\#6WHS Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry 'HILQLQJ#WKH#&RGH#/HQJWK If you have defined code length as the verification mode Æ page 26, you must now define the number of charac- ters to be verified (up to eleven characters long). Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ...
  • Page 29 +RWOLQH 6WHS#E\#6WHS +RWOLQH# Hotline - immediate: You can configure any internal telephone so that a con- nection to an internal or external destination that you define is automatically set up immediately after the user lifts the handset. Hotline after timeout: You can configure any internal telephone so that auto- matic connection setup is not carried out until after a certain time has elapsed after the user lifted the hand-...
  • Page 30 +RWOLQH 6WHS#E\#6WHS Select and confirm. =Change Enter the hotline destination (station number). or To delete the hotline destination: Select and confirm. US:F3=Clear UK:F3=Delete Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry &RQILJXULQJ#+RWOLQH#6WDWLRQV#+7HOH0 SKRQHV, You can define a hotline mode for each telephone: •...
  • Page 31 +RWOLQH 6WHS#E\#6WHS To select a station: Press these keys. Confirm. +=Next Enter a station directly and Confirm your entry. US:Save UK:Save entry Enter the code. Select and confirm. =Change Select and confirm. 0=off 1=Hotline 2=Hotline delayed Enter the code or For OfficeCom/Pro only: Enter and assign a hotline.
  • Page 32 +RWOLQH 6WHS#E\#6WHS &RQILJXULQJ#D#+RWOLQH#7LPH#+ZLWK#+RW0 OLQH#DIWHU#7LPHRXW#2QO\, Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ page 7. Select and confirm. 21 Hotline Confirm. 3 Hotline timeout Enter the code. Enter the code. Select and confirm. =Change Enter the time in seconds (1 to 99).
  • Page 33 &KDQJLQJ#WKH#5HPRWH#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#3DVVZRUG 6WHS#E\#6WHS &KDQJLQJ#WKH#5HPRWH#$GPLQLVWUD0 WLRQ#3DVVZRUG Your system can be configured and administered from a remote location. To do this, you must execute a num- ber of operating procedures when prompted to do so by the service technician. Among other things, you must enter a six-character password;...
  • Page 34 &KDQJLQJ#WKH#&0,#/RJRQ#3,1#+1RW IRU 8161, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &KDQJLQJ#WKH#&0,#/RJRQ#3,1# +1RW IRU 8161, &KDQJLQJ#WKH#/RJRQ#3,1# Before you can log on to a CMI (cordless multicell inte- gration telephone), you must enter a PIN (default PIN = 19 97 07 07) to place your system in logon mode. You can change the default code.
  • Page 35 &KDQJLQJ#WKH#6\VWHP#$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#3DVVZRUG 6WHS#E\#6WHS &KDQJLQJ#WKH#6\VWHP# $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ#3DVVZRUG If you entered a password when you started system ad- ministration Æ page 7, you can change it here. Please make a note of the new password because not even the service technician can recover it later on. Prerequisite: System administration has been started Æ...
  • Page 36 &DOO#)RUZDUGLQJ#LQ#WKH#&DUULHU#1HWZRUN#+1RW#IRU#8161, 6WHS#E\#6WHS &DOO#)RUZDUGLQJ#LQ#WKH#&DUULHU 1HWZRUN#+1RW#IRU#8161, If this function is configured (consult your service tech- nician), you can forward all calls arriving from the public network via a basic access point (system number or system interface) directly to an external destination in the public network.
  • Page 37 'RFXPHQWDWLRQ 'RFXPHQWDWLRQ 2UGHULQJ#2SHUDWLQJ#,QVWUXFWLRQV#+1RW#IRU#8161, Additional copies of these operating instructions can be ordered from the Siemens sales department: • Printed copy, order number A31003-H1012-C107-*-7619 (also available in other languages), • On CD in HTML and PDF format, order number P31003-H1012-C100- 6Z19 (7 languages included).
  • Page 38 ,QGH[ ,QGH[ explanation of symbols ....... 2 account code forwarding in the carrier network .... 36 defining ............ 25 function keys F1 to F8 ......3, 4 defining the code length ....... 28 Functions defining the entry mode ....... 27 main menu ..........
  • Page 39 ,QGH[ names text messages ..........21 for group call/hunt group call time-dependent hotline ....24 ......29 for speed dialing numbers trunk call forwarding ....10 ........36 operating instructions user prompts HTML format on-screen .......... 37 ........... 4 ordering ............
  • Page 41 )&&#UXOHV The Siemens optiset E phones for Hicom 150 H system are hearing-aid compatible and com- ply with the applicable FCC Rules, Part 68 and Industry Canada CS-03 Standard. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital de- vice, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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