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Panasonic KX-NS500 Pc Programming Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Pc Programming Manual (1064 pages)

Hybrid IP-PBX  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 6.5 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction14................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Characters17................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Programming21................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Programming Using Off-line Mode25................................................................................................................................................................
Editing And Printing Terminal Labels In Off-line Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Web Maintenance Console31................................................................................................................................................................
Access Levels34................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To Web Maintenance Console37................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Setup Wizard38................................................................................................................................................................
Card Status39................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Number Setting40................................................................................................................................................................
Logout41................................................................................................................................................................
Frequently Asked Questions (faq)42................................................................................................................................................................
Web Maintenance Console Home Screen51................................................................................................................................................................
Home Screen52................................................................................................................................................................
Status57................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status58................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—cs Information59................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—ps Information60................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—um Port Status61................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—usb62................................................................................................................................................................
System Control63................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update64................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—download Program File65................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—update Program File67................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—plug And Update68................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh69................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh—delete70................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh—status / Backup71................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—system Reset72................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—system Shutdown73................................................................................................................................................................
Tool75................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—system Data Backup76................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—system Data Backup—backup To Nas77................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—ndss Link Data Clear78................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—call Pickup For My Group79................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—extension List View80................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—import81................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—export86................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—screen Customise87................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup88................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup—manual Backup89................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup—scheduled Backup90................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Restore91................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Backup History93................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—dxdp All Ous94................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—contact Information95................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—ut Option Setting96................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—url Information97................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—svm (simplified Voice Message)98................................................................................................................................................................
Utility99................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—diagnosis100................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—diagnosis—ping101................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file102................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file Transfer Pbx To Pc103................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file View104................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file Delete105................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—message File Transfer Pc To Pbx106................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—message File Transfer Pbx To Pc107................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log108................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—syslog110................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—web-mc Event Log111................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—um System Log112................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—call Control Log113................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace114................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—v-ipgw Protocol Trace115................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—v-sipgw Protocol Trace116................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—cs Status Monitor117................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—um System Trace (internal)118................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—e1 Signalling Bit Monitor119................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—e1 Line Trace120................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report121................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—ip Extension Statistical Information122................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—um View Reports123................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—e-mail Report126................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—activation Key Installation127................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification128................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification—system Analysis129................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification—test Email130................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—command131................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—um – System Prompts Customisation132................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording134................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—extension Setting135................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—extension Setting List136................................................................................................................................................................
External Call137................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—maintenance139................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—um - System Maintenance140................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—cs-web Connection141................................................................................................................................................................
User143................................................................................................................................................................
Users—user Profiles144................................................................................................................................................................
Users—user Profiles—advanced Setting146................................................................................................................................................................
Users—add User151................................................................................................................................................................
Users—add User—multiple Users155................................................................................................................................................................
Users—automatic Two-way Recording156................................................................................................................................................................
Users—automatic Two-way Recording—record List157................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management158................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management—acd Report161................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1] Configuration169................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot170................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property176................................................................................................................................................................
System Status177................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—site188................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Extension208................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—slot Summary219................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—nsvm222................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—activation Key Status229................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—voip Property232................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—voip Property—voip (trunk Setting235................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—um Card Property239................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—um Port Property242................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—port Type View243................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-sipgw—shelf Property244................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-sipgw—card Property250................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-sipgw—port Property251................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipgw—shelf Property280................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call285................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipgw—shelf Property—gk Settings294................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipgw—shelf Property—hunt Pattern295................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipgw—port Property296................................................................................................................................................................
Call Distribution Port Group297................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipext—card Property298................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipext—port Property303................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-sipext—card Property314................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-sipext—port Property316................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipcs—card Property326................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-ipcs—port Property330................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-utext—card Property335................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—v-utext—port Property338................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—extension—card Property349................................................................................................................................................................
Slt Power Supply351................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—extension—port Property353................................................................................................................................................................
Xdp Mode354................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Telephone Ringing354................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property - Lco Type358................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property - Lco Port366................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property - Pri Type370................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property - Pri Port379................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration384................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 Type390................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 Type Line Signal Setting393................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 Type Mfc-r2 Setting 1397................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 Type Mfc-r2 Setting 2401................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—e1 Port406................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—expansion Unit1/expansion Unit2 Expansion Unit3411................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—doorphone Card—card Property413................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-2] Configuration—portable Station415................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-3] Configuration—option418................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-4] Configuration—clock Priority420................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5] Configuration—dsp Resource421................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5-1] Configuration—dsp Resource—setting—dsp Resource Advisor425................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5-2] Configuration—dsp Resource—usage426................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2] System427................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1] System—date & Time428................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1-2] System—date & Time—sntp / Daylight Saving429................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1-2] System—date & Time—sntp / Daylight Saving—daylight Saving431................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-2] System—operator & Bgm433................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-3] System—timers & Counters435................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-4] System—week Table454................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-5] System—holiday Table457................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6] System—numbering Plan460................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Access462................................................................................................................................................................
Doorphone Call463................................................................................................................................................................
Group Paging464................................................................................................................................................................
Single Co Line Access465................................................................................................................................................................
Directed Call Pickup466................................................................................................................................................................
Group Paging Answer467................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Callback Busy Cancel467................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Entry468................................................................................................................................................................
Door Open470................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Extension477................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Call Waiting For Extension Call478................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Call Waiting478................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Queue Monitor479................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Feature Clear483................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Out Cancel485................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Voice Message Access486................................................................................................................................................................
Other Pbx Extension486................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6-2] System—numbering Plan—quick Dial489................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6-3] System—numbering Plan—b/na Dnd Call Feature490................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Callback Busy492................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7] System—class Of Service493................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer To Co496................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Mode496................................................................................................................................................................
Dnd Override498................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override500................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override Deny500................................................................................................................................................................
Door Unlock505................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7-2] System—class Of Service—external Call Block510................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7-3] System—class Of Service—internal Call Block511................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8] System—ring Tone Patterns512................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8-2] System—ring Tone Patterns—call From Doorphone513................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8-3] System—ring Tone Patterns—call From Others514................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-9] System—system Options516................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-10] System—extension Cid Settings545................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id Signal Type546................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-11] System—audio Gain549................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-11-2] System—audio Gain—card551................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3] Group553................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1] Group—trunk Group554................................................................................................................................................................
Line Hunting Order555................................................................................................................................................................
Host Pbx Access Code559................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-2] Group—trunk Group—local Access Priority562................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-3] Group—trunk Group—caller Id Modification563................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-4] Group—trunk Group—dialling Plan568................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-4] Group—trunk Group—dialling Plan—auto Assign570................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-5] Group—trunk Group—charge Rate571................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-2] Group—user Group572................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-3] Group—call Pickup Group573................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-3] Group—call Pickup Group—all Setting574................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group575................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group—all Setting577................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group—external Pager578................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group579................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Queuing Busy582................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow No Answer583................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Time Table585................................................................................................................................................................
Extension No Answer Redirection Time586................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-1] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—group Settings—member List591................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Ring592................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-2] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—queuing Time Table593................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-3] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—miscellaneous594................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration–[3-5-4] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—acd Supervisor598................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-6] Group—extension Hunting Group599................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-6] Group—extension Hunting Group—member List601................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7] Group—um Group602................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7-2] Group—um Group—unit Settings604................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7-2] Group—um Group—unit Settings—member List605................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-8] Group—ps Ring Group606................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-8] Group—ps Ring Group—member List608................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-9] Group—conference Group609................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-9] Group—conference Group—member List611................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-10] Group—p2p Group612................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-11] Group—vm (dpt) Group613................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-11-2] Group—vm (dpt) Group—unit Settings615................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-11-2] Group—vm (dpt) Group—unit Settings—member List617................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12] Group—vm (dtmf) Group620................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12-2] Group—vm (dtmf) Group—group Settings626................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12-2] Group—vm (dtmf) Group—group Settings—member List628................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4] Extension629................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1] Extension—wired Extension630................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Deny649................................................................................................................................................................
Slt Mw Mode653................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-1] Extension—wired Extension—extension Settings—clip Generate659................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-2] Extension—wired Extension—fwd/dnd662................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-3] Extension—wired Extension—speed Dial663................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-4] Extension—wired Extension—flexible Button664................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-4] Extension—wired Extension—flexible Button—flexible Button Data Copy674................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-5] Extension—wired Extension—pf Button675................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-6] Extension—wired Extension—ndss Link Data Send676................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-7] Extension—wired Extension—clip Id Table677................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration-[4-1-8] Extension-wired Extension-simplified Voice Message678................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2] Extension—portable Station680................................................................................................................................................................
Svm Lock697................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-1] Extension—portable Station—extension Settings—clip Generate707................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-2] Extension—portable Station—fwd/dnd710................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-3] Extension—portable Station—flexible Button711................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-3] Extension—portable Station—flexible Button—flexible Button Data Copy720................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-4] Extension—portable Station—ndss Link Data Send721................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-5] Extension—portable Station—clip Id Table722................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration-[4-1-6]extension—portable Station—simplified Voice Message723................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-3] Extension—dss Console725................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-3] Extension—dss Console—dss Key Data Copy735................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5] Optional Device737................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-1] Optional Device—doorphone738................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-2] Optional Device—external Pager741................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-3] Optional Device—voice Message742................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-3-2] Optional Device—voice Message—disa Message748................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration-[5-3-3] Option Device - Voice Message - Svm750................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-4] Optional Device—external Relay753................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-5] Optional Device—external Sensor755................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6] Feature759................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-1] Feature—system Speed Dial760................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-2] Feature—hotel & Charge762................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-3] Feature—verification Code771................................................................................................................................................................
Itemised Billing Code For Ars772................................................................................................................................................................
Budget Management773................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-4] Feature—second Dial Tone774................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-5] Feature—absent Message775................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-6] Feature—tenant776................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dial777................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7] Trs779................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-1] Trs—denied Code780................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-2] Trs—exception Code781................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-3] Trs—special Carrier782................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-4] Trs—emergency Dial783................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-5] Trs—miscellaneous784................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8] Ars787................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-1] Ars—system Setting788................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-2] Ars—leading Number789................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-3] Ars—routing Plan Time791................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-3] Ars—routing Plan Time—time Setting792................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-4] Ars—routing Plan Priority793................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-5] Ars—carrier794................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-6] Ars—leading Number Exception797................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-7] Ars—authorisation Code For Trg798................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9] Private Network799................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-1] Private Network—tie Table800................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group801................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-2] Private Network—network Data Transmission803................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-3] Private Network—network Operator (voip)806................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-4] Private Network—ndss Key Table807................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-5] Private Network—centralised Um/vm Unit809................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10] Co & Incoming Call811................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-1] Co & Incoming Call—co Line Settings812................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-2] Co & Incoming Call—dil Table & Port Settings813................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table819................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table—automatic Registration822................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table—name Generate824................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-5] Co & Incoming Call—miscellaneous826................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11] Maintenance829................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-1] Maintenance—main830................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-2] Maintenance—pt Programming Access844................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-3] Maintenance—air Synchronisation845................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1] Mailbox Settings851................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1-2] Mailbox Settings—full Setting855................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1-3] Mailbox Settings—auto Configuration883................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[2] Class Of Service885................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer898................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3] Um Extension / Trunk Service903................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3-1] Um Extension / Trunk Service—service Group904................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3-2] Um Extension / Trunk Service—port Assignment907................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4] Service Settings909................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-1] Service Settings—caller Id / Pin Call Routing910................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-2] Service Settings—parameters913................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service922................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—menu & Transfer924................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—date Control928................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—time Control930................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—day Control932................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—password933................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-4] Service Settings—holiday Table936................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5] System Parameters941................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-1] System Parameters—mailbox Group942................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-2] System Parameters—extension Group944................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-3] System Parameters—system Caller Name Announcement946................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-4] System Parameters—parameters948................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[6] H/w Settings969................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[7] System Security971................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service977................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[1] Ip Address/ports978................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Settings981................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2] Server Feature984................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-2] Server Feature—ftp987................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-4] Server Feature—http989................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-5] Server Feature—ntp990................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-6] Server Feature—smtp991................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-7] Server Feature—imap4995................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3] Client Feature997................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3-2] Client Feature—syslog999................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3-3] Client Feature—snmp Agent1000................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[4] Other1004................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[4-2] Other—nas1005................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Programming References1007................................................................................................................................................................

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Panasonic KX-NS500 Pc Programming Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Pc Programming Manual (938 pages)

Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 5.35 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview13................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction14................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Characters17................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Programming21................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Programming Using Off-line Mode25................................................................................................................................................................
Editing And Printing Terminal Labels In Off-line Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction Of Web Maintenance Console31................................................................................................................................................................
Access Levels34................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To Web Maintenance Console38................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Setup Wizard39................................................................................................................................................................
Card Status40................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Number Setting41................................................................................................................................................................
Logout42................................................................................................................................................................
Frequently Asked Questions (faq)43................................................................................................................................................................
Web Maintenance Console Home Screen51................................................................................................................................................................
Home Screen52................................................................................................................................................................
Status57................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status58................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—cs Information59................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—ps Information60................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—um Port Status61................................................................................................................................................................
Status—equipment Status—usb62................................................................................................................................................................
System Control63................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update64................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—download Program File66................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—update Program File68................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—program Update—plug And Update70................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh71................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh—delete72................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—moh—status / Backup73................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—system Reset74................................................................................................................................................................
System Control—system Shutdown75................................................................................................................................................................
Tool77................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—system Data Backup78................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—system Data Backup—backup To Nas79................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—bri Automatic Configuration80................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—ndss Link Data Clear81................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—call Pickup For My Group82................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—extension List View83................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—import84................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—export89................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—screen Customise90................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup91................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup—manual Backup92................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Backup—scheduled Backup93................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Data Restore94................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—um Backup History96................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—dxdp All Ous97................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—contact Information98................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—ut Option Setting99................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—url Information100................................................................................................................................................................
Tool—svm (simplified Voice Message)101................................................................................................................................................................
Utility103................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—diagnosis104................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—diagnosis—ping105................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file106................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file Transfer Pbx To Pc107................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file View108................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—file Delete109................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—message File Transfer Pc To Pbx110................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—file—message File Transfer Pbx To Pc111................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log112................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—syslog115................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—web-mc Event Log116................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—um System Log117................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—log—call Control Log118................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace119................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—v-ipgw Protocol Trace120................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—v-sipgw Protocol Trace121................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—cs Status Monitor—air Sync Group122................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—cs Status Monitor—lan Sync Group123................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—um System Trace (internal)125................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—e1 Signalling Bit Monitor126................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—e1 Line Trace127................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—monitor/trace—tcp Trace128................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report129................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—ip Extension Statistical Information130................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—um View Reports131................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—e-mail Report134................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—ip-cs Information135................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—ip-cs Information—lan Sync Information136................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—report—ip-cs Information—ps Call Disconnect Log139................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—activation Key Installation140................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification141................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification—system Analysis143................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—email Notification—test Email144................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—command145................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—um – System Prompts Customisation146................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording148................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—extension Setting149................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—extension Setting List150................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—automatic Two-way Recording—maintenance153................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—um - System Maintenance154................................................................................................................................................................
Utility—cs-web Connection155................................................................................................................................................................
User157................................................................................................................................................................
Users—user Profiles158................................................................................................................................................................
Users—user Profiles—advanced Setting160................................................................................................................................................................
Users—add User164................................................................................................................................................................
Users—add User—multiple Users168................................................................................................................................................................
Users—automatic Two-way Recording169................................................................................................................................................................
Users—automatic Two-way Recording—record List170................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management171................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management—acd Report174................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management—acd Scheduled Export181................................................................................................................................................................
Users—icdg Management—acd Export History182................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1] Configuration183................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot184................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property190................................................................................................................................................................
System Status191................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—site198................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Extension213................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—slot Summary222................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—system Property—nsvm225................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—activation Key Status228................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—voip property231................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—voip property—voip (trunk Setting233................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—um Card Property236................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—um Port Property238................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—port Type View239................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—shelf Property—v-sipgw240................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—v-sipgw244................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-sipgw245................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—shelf Property—v-ipgw266................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call270................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—shelf Property—v-ipgw—gk Settings275................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—shelf Property—v-ipgw—hunt Pattern276................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-ipgw277................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—v-ipext279................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-ipext282................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—v-sipext291................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-sipext293................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—v-ipcs301................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-ipcs303................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—v-utext308................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—v-utext310................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—extension Type318................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—extension Type321................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property - Lco Type325................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property - Lco Port331................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property - Bri Type/pri Type334................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property - Bri Port340................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property - Pri Port350................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration354................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 type359................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 type line signal Setting361................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 type mfc-r2 Setting 1364................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—e1 type mfc-r2 Setting 2367................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—port Property—e1 port370................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—expansion Unit1/expansion Unit2 Expansion Unit3374................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-1] Configuration—slot—card Property—doorphone Card376................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-2] Configuration—portable Station377................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-3] Configuration—option380................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-4] Configuration—clock Priority382................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5] Configuration—dsp Resource383................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5-1] Configuration—dsp Resource—setting—dsp Resource Advisor386................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[1-5-2] Configuration—dsp Resource—usage387................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2] System389................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1] System—date & Time390................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1-2] System—date & Time—sntp / Daylight Saving391................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-1-2] System—date & Time—sntp / Daylight Saving—daylight Saving393................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-2] System—operator & Bgm395................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-3] System—timers & Counters396................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-4] System—week Table411................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-5] System—holiday Table413................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6] System—numbering Plan415................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Access416................................................................................................................................................................
Doorphone Call418................................................................................................................................................................
Group Paging418................................................................................................................................................................
Single Co Line Access419................................................................................................................................................................
Directed Call Pickup420................................................................................................................................................................
Group Paging Answer420................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Callback Busy Cancel421................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Entry422................................................................................................................................................................
Door Open423................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Extension428................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Call Waiting For Extension Call429................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Call Waiting429................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Queue Monitor430................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Feature Clear433................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Out Cancel435................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Voice Message Access435................................................................................................................................................................
Other Pbx Extension435................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6-2] System—numbering Plan—quick Dial438................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-6-3] System—numbering Plan—b/na Dnd Call Feature440................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7] System—class Of Service443................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer To Co445................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Mode446................................................................................................................................................................
Dnd Override447................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override449................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override Deny449................................................................................................................................................................
Door Unlock453................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7-2] System—class Of Service—external Call Block457................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-7-3] System—class Of Service—internal Call Block458................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8] System—ring Tone Patterns459................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8-2] System—ring Tone Patterns—call From Doorphone460................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-8-3] System—ring Tone Patterns—call From Others461................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-9] System—system Options463................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Cos477................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-10] System—extension Cid Settings486................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id Signal Type487................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-11] System—audio Gain489................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[2-11-2] System—audio Gain—card491................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3] Group493................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1] Group—trunk Group494................................................................................................................................................................
Host Pbx Access Code498................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-2] Group—trunk Group—local Access Priority500................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-3] Group—trunk Group—caller Id Modification501................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-4] Group—trunk Group—dialling Plan505................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-4] Group—trunk Group—dialling Plan—auto Assign507................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-1-5] Group—trunk Group—charge Rate508................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-2] Group—user Group509................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-3] Group—call Pickup Group510................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-3] Group—call Pickup Group—all Setting511................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group512................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group—all Setting513................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-4] Group—paging Group—external Pager514................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group515................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Queuing Busy517................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow No Answer518................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Time Table519................................................................................................................................................................
Extension No Answer Redirection Time520................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-1] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—group Settings—member List524................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-2] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—queuing Time Table526................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-5-3] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—miscellaneous527................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration–[3-5-4] Group—incoming Call Distribution Group—acd Supervisor531................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-6] Group—extension Hunting Group532................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-6] Group—extension Hunting Group—member List533................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7] Group—um Group534................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7-2] Group—um Group—unit Settings536................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-7-2] Group—um Group—unit Settings—member List538................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-8] Group—ps Ring Group539................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-8] Group—ps Ring Group—member List540................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-9] Group—conference Group541................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-9] Group—conference Group—member List543................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-10] Group—p2p Group544................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-11] Group—vm(dpt) Group545................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-11-2] Group—vm(dpt) Group—unit Settings547................................................................................................................................................................
List548................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12] Group—vm(dtmf) Group551................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12-2] Group—vm(dtmf) Group—group Settings555................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[3-12-2] Group—vm(dtmf) Group—group Settings—member List556................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4] Extension557................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1] Extension—wired Extension558................................................................................................................................................................
User Group559................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Deny573................................................................................................................................................................
Slt Mw Mode576................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-1] Extension—wired Extension—extension Settings—clip Generate581................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-2] Extension—wired Extension—fwd/dnd583................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-3] Extension—wired Extension—speed Dial584................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-4] Extension—wired Extension—flexible Button585................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-4] Extension—wired Extension—flexible Button—flexible Button Data Copy593................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-5] Extension—wired Extension—pf Button594................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-6] Extension—wired Extension—ndss Link Data Send595................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-7] Extension—wired Extension—clip Id Table596................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-1-8] Extension—wired Extension—simplified Voice Message597................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2] Extension—portable Station599................................................................................................................................................................
Svm Lock613................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-1] Extension—portable Station—extension Settings—clip Generate620................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-2] Extension—portable Station—fwd/dnd622................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-3] Extension—portable Station—flexible Button623................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-3] Extension—portable Station—flexible Button—flexible Button Data Copy630................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-4] Extension—portable Station—ndss Link Data Send631................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-5] Extension—portable Station—clip Id Table632................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-2-6] Extension—portable Station—simplified Voice Message633................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-3] Extension—dss Console635................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[4-3] Extension—dss Console—dss Key Data Copy642................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5] Optional Device643................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-1] Optional Device—doorphone644................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-2] Optional Device—external Pager647................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-3] Optional Device—voice Message648................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-3-2] Optional Device—voice Message—disa Message653................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-3-3] Optional Device—voice Message—svm655................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-4] Optional Device—external Relay658................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[5-5] Optional Device—external Sensor660................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6] Feature663................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-1] Feature—system Speed Dial664................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-2] Feature—hotel & Charge666................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-3] Feature—verification Code673................................................................................................................................................................
Itemised Billing Code For Ars674................................................................................................................................................................
Budget Management674................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-4] Feature—second Dial Tone675................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-5] Feature—absent Message676................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[6-6] Feature—tenant677................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dial678................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7] Trs679................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-1] Trs—denied Code680................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-2] Trs—exception Code681................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-3] Trs—special Carrier682................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-4] Trs—emergency Dial683................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[7-5] Trs—miscellaneous684................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8] Ars687................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-1] Ars—system Setting688................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-2] Ars—leading Number689................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-3] Ars—routing Plan Time690................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-3] Ars—routing Plan Time—time Setting691................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-4] Ars—routing Plan Priority692................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-5] Ars—carrier693................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-6] Ars—leading Number Exception696................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[8-7] Ars—authorisation Code For Trg697................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9] Private Network699................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-1] Private Network—tie Table700................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group701................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-2] Private Network—network Data Transmission702................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-3] Private Network—network Operator (voip)705................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-4] Private Network—ndss Key Table706................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[9-5] Private Network—centralised Um/vm Unit708................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10] Co & Incoming Call709................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-1] Co & Incoming Call—co Line Settings710................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-2] Co & Incoming Call—dil Table & Port Settings711................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table716................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table—automatic Registration719................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-3] Co & Incoming Call—ddi / Did Table—name Generate721................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-4] Co & Incoming Call—msn Table723................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[10-5] Co & Incoming Call—miscellaneous726................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11] Maintenance727................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-1] Maintenance—main728................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-2] Maintenance—pt Programming Access739................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-3] Maintenance—cs Synchronisation740................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-3-2] Maintenance—cs Synchronisation—lan Synchronisation743................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Configuration—[11-3-3] Maintenance—cs Synchronisation—lan Sync Group Setting746................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1] Mailbox Settings749................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1-2] Mailbox Settings—full Setting752................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[1-3] Mailbox Settings—auto Configuration774................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[2] Class Of Service775................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer785................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3] Um Extension / Trunk Service789................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3-1] Um Extension / Trunk Service—service Group790................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[3-2] Um Extension / Trunk Service—port Assignment792................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4] Service Settings793................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-1] Service Settings—caller Id / Pin Call Routing794................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-2] Service Settings—parameters797................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service804................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—menu & Transfer806................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—date Control810................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—time Control811................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—day Control812................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-3] Service Settings—custom Service—password813................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[4-4] Service Settings—holiday Table816................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5] System Parameters821................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-1] System Parameters—mailbox Group822................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-2] System Parameters—extension Group824................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-3] System Parameters—system Caller Name Announcement826................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[5-4] System Parameters—parameters828................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[6] H/w Settings845................................................................................................................................................................
Um Configuration—[7] System Security847................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service851................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[1] Ip Address/ports852................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Settings854................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2] Server Feature856................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-2] Server Feature—ftp858................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-4] Server Feature—http859................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-5] Server Feature—ntp860................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-6] Server Feature—smtp861................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[2-7] Server Feature—imap4864................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3] Client Feature865................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3-2] Client Feature—syslog867................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[3-3] Client Feature—snmp Agent868................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[4] Other872................................................................................................................................................................
Network Service—[4-2] Other—nas873................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix875................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History876................................................................................................................................................................
Pfmpr Software File Version 004.2xxxx878................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Programming References879................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Features Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Features Manual (580 pages)

Hybrid IP-PBX  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 5.29 MB
Table of contents
List Of Abbreviations4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
For Your Safety15................................................................................................................................................................
Call Handling Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Features20................................................................................................................................................................
Direct In Line (dil)23................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inward Dialling (did)/direct Dialling In (ddi)25................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Subscriber Number (msn) Ringing Service28................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Line Identification (cli) Distribution31................................................................................................................................................................
Intercept Routing33................................................................................................................................................................
Intercept Routing—no Destination38................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Call Features39................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Call Block41................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Indication Features43................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Tone Pattern Selection44................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting46................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving Group Features48................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Features50................................................................................................................................................................
Group Call Distribution54................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Destinations In Incoming Call Distribution Group58................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Feature60................................................................................................................................................................
Distribution Order63................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Call65................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Feature67................................................................................................................................................................
Log-in/log-out69................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisory Feature72................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisory Feature (acd)74................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding (fwd)/do Not Disturb (dnd) Features79................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding (fwd)80................................................................................................................................................................
Do Not Disturb (dnd)86................................................................................................................................................................
Fwd/dnd Button, Group Fwd Button88................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Features91................................................................................................................................................................
Line Preference—incoming92................................................................................................................................................................
Call Pickup93................................................................................................................................................................
Directed Call Pickup94................................................................................................................................................................
Hands-free Answerback98................................................................................................................................................................
Making Call Features100................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Extension Release101................................................................................................................................................................
Intercom Call102................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Call Features104................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call105................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Entry106................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Type Selection108................................................................................................................................................................
Reverse Circuit109................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Busy Out110................................................................................................................................................................
Pause Insertion111................................................................................................................................................................
Host Pbx Access Code (access Code To The Telephone Company From A Host Pbx)112................................................................................................................................................................
Special Carrier Access Code114................................................................................................................................................................
Seizing A Line Features115................................................................................................................................................................
Line Preference—outgoing116................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Access117................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Dialling Features119................................................................................................................................................................
One-touch Dialling121................................................................................................................................................................
Last Number Redial122................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Dialling—personal/system124................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Dialling126................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Line127................................................................................................................................................................
Kx-t7710 One-touch Dialling128................................................................................................................................................................
Toll Restriction (trs)/call Barring (barring) Features129................................................................................................................................................................
Budget Management137................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Dial Lock138................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Tone Transfer139................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Cos140................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Code Entry142................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Route Selection (ars) Features144................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Directory Number (pdn)/secondary Directory Number (sdn Features151................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Line/busy Party Features157................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override158................................................................................................................................................................
Call Monitor160................................................................................................................................................................
Second Call Notification To Busy Extension162................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting Tone164................................................................................................................................................................
Off-hook Call Announcement (ohca)165................................................................................................................................................................
Whisper Ohca166................................................................................................................................................................
Conversation Features168................................................................................................................................................................
Off-hook Monitor169................................................................................................................................................................
Mute170................................................................................................................................................................
Headset Operation171................................................................................................................................................................
Data Line Security172................................................................................................................................................................
Flash/recall/terminate173................................................................................................................................................................
External Feature Access (efa)175................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Call Limitation176................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Party Control (cpc) Signal Detection180................................................................................................................................................................
Parallelled Telephone181................................................................................................................................................................
One-numbered Extension184................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Features186................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Refer Transfer190................................................................................................................................................................
Holding Features191................................................................................................................................................................
Call Park194................................................................................................................................................................
Call Splitting196................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold197................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Features199................................................................................................................................................................
Conference200................................................................................................................................................................
Privacy Release202................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Group Call Features203................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Inward System Access (disa) Features207................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Fax Transfer219................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Simplified Voice Message (svm)221................................................................................................................................................................
Message Notification222................................................................................................................................................................
Paging Features226................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Answer From Any Station (tafas)229................................................................................................................................................................
External Device Features230................................................................................................................................................................
Door Open232................................................................................................................................................................
External Sensor233................................................................................................................................................................
External Relay Control235................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id Features236................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Log241................................................................................................................................................................
Message Features244................................................................................................................................................................
Absent Message246................................................................................................................................................................
Proprietary Telephone (pt) Hardware Features248................................................................................................................................................................
Flexible Buttons251................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication255................................................................................................................................................................
Display Information258................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative Information Features260................................................................................................................................................................
Syslog Record Management269................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Message270................................................................................................................................................................
Call Charge Services271................................................................................................................................................................
Hospitality Features274................................................................................................................................................................
Room Status Control275................................................................................................................................................................
Call Billing For Guest Room278................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Controlling Features281................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Feature Clear283................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Extension Features285................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Walking Extension286................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Extension-home Position Control288................................................................................................................................................................
Timed Reminder290................................................................................................................................................................
Audible Tone Features291................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Tone293................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Telephony Integration (cti) Features295................................................................................................................................................................
Ca (communication Assistant)297................................................................................................................................................................
Integration With Communication Bridge298................................................................................................................................................................
Cellular Phone Features299................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Features301................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Dtmf Integration304................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Dpt (digital) Integration311................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Line Service Features318................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Features320................................................................................................................................................................
Outgoing Message (ogm)322................................................................................................................................................................
Unified Messaging System325................................................................................................................................................................
Unified Messaging System Administration326................................................................................................................................................................
System Administration329................................................................................................................................................................
Password Administration330................................................................................................................................................................
System Reports331................................................................................................................................................................
System And Subscriber Features332................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Two-way Recording For Manager333................................................................................................................................................................
Broadcasting Messages334................................................................................................................................................................
Call Services335................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id Call Routing336................................................................................................................................................................
Class Of Service (cos)337................................................................................................................................................................
Company Greeting338................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Service339................................................................................................................................................................
Dialling By Name340................................................................................................................................................................
Hold341................................................................................................................................................................
Intercept Routing To A Mailbox342................................................................................................................................................................
List All Names343................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Extension (all Calls Transfer To Mailbox)344................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Notification—e-mail Device345................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Notification—lamp346................................................................................................................................................................
Multilingual Service347................................................................................................................................................................
No Dtmf Input Operation348................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Call Routing349................................................................................................................................................................
Play System Prompt After Personal Greeting350................................................................................................................................................................
Service Group351................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Recall To A Mailbox352................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Service (universal Port)353................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Features354................................................................................................................................................................
Autoplay New Message355................................................................................................................................................................
Bookmark356................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer Status357................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Message Confirmation358................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding To A Mailbox359................................................................................................................................................................
Incomplete Call Handling Service360................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox361................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Capacity Warning362................................................................................................................................................................
Message Transfer363................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Greetings364................................................................................................................................................................
Private Message365................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Call Forwarding Set366................................................................................................................................................................
Subscriber Tutorial367................................................................................................................................................................
Toll Saver368................................................................................................................................................................
Urgent Message370................................................................................................................................................................
Web Programming371................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Client Integration Features373................................................................................................................................................................
Imap Integration374................................................................................................................................................................
Network Features375................................................................................................................................................................
Public Network Features376................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Server Failover378................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Sip Connection379................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Services Digital Network (isdn) Service Features381................................................................................................................................................................
Calling/connected Line Identification Presentation (clip/colp)386................................................................................................................................................................
Advice Of Charge (aoc)389................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding (cf)—by Isdn (p-mp)390................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding (cf)—by Isdn (p-p)392................................................................................................................................................................
Call Hold (hold)—by Isdn394................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer (ct)—by Isdn395................................................................................................................................................................
Three-party Conference (3pty)—by Isdn396................................................................................................................................................................
Malicious Call Identification (mcid)397................................................................................................................................................................
Completion Of Calls To Busy Subscriber (ccbs)398................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Service Access By Keypad Protocol399................................................................................................................................................................
One-look Networking400................................................................................................................................................................
Private Network Features402................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Tie Line Call403................................................................................................................................................................
Tie Line And Trunk Connection405................................................................................................................................................................
Tie Line Programming418................................................................................................................................................................
Common Extension Numbering For 2 Pbxs427................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Over Internet Protocol (voip) Network428................................................................................................................................................................
Gateway Groups432................................................................................................................................................................
Common Extension Numbering For Multiple Pbxs433................................................................................................................................................................
Call Distribution Port Group434................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Virtual Private Network (isdn-vpn)436................................................................................................................................................................
Qsig Standard Features438................................................................................................................................................................
Calling/connected Line Identification Presentation (clip/colp) And Calling/connected Name Identification Presentation (cnip/conp)—by Qsig440................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding (cf)—by Qsig442................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer (ct)—by Qsig444................................................................................................................................................................
Completion Of Calls To Busy Subscriber (ccbs)—by Qsig446................................................................................................................................................................
Qsig Enhanced Features447................................................................................................................................................................
Network Direct Station Selection (ndss)450................................................................................................................................................................
Centralised Voice Mail455................................................................................................................................................................
Network Icd Group460................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Roaming By Network Icd Group462................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration And Administration Features465................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration—system466................................................................................................................................................................
Group468................................................................................................................................................................
Tenant Service473................................................................................................................................................................
Time Service477................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Features481................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Features482................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration—extensions484................................................................................................................................................................
Sip (session Initiation Protocol) Extension486................................................................................................................................................................
Kx-ut Series Sip Phones488................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Portable Station (s-ps) And Sip Cell Station (sip-cs)490................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Remote Connection493................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic Sip Phones (p-sip)496................................................................................................................................................................
Peer-to-peer (p2p) Connection497................................................................................................................................................................
Portable Station (ps) Features501................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Ring Group503................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Directory507................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Feature Buttons508................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Xdp Parallel Mode509................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Ps512................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Extension Features514................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Port Configuration516................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-cs (kx-ns0154)518................................................................................................................................................................
Legacy Device Connection520................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Notification Features521................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Notification Of System-level Events522................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Notification Of Sensor Alarm523................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Notification For Manager524................................................................................................................................................................
System Data Control525................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Programming526................................................................................................................................................................
Pt Programming529................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp Resource Usage531................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp Resource Reservation535................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp Resource Advisor537................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Setup539................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (dhcp) Server541................................................................................................................................................................
Flexible Numbering/fixed Numbering542................................................................................................................................................................
Floating Extension547................................................................................................................................................................
Software Upgrading549................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Recovery/diagnostics551................................................................................................................................................................
Power Failure Transfer552................................................................................................................................................................
Power Failure Restart553................................................................................................................................................................
Local Alarm Information554................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Network Management Protocol (snmp) System Monitor556................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (dhcp) Assignment558................................................................................................................................................................
Ping Confirmation559................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix561................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Of System Resources562................................................................................................................................................................
Tones/ring Tones566................................................................................................................................................................
Features That Require Activation Keys568................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Management Information Base (mib) Table570................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History575................................................................................................................................................................
Pfmpr Software File Version 004.2xxxx577................................................................................................................................................................

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Panasonic KX-NS500 User Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 User Manual (396 pages)

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Table of contents
User Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Highlights2................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Phone And S-ps5................................................................................................................................................................
Open Source Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents10................................................................................................................................................................
Operation13................................................................................................................................................................
Before Operating The Telephones14................................................................................................................................................................
For Your Safety14................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions19................................................................................................................................................................
Save These Instructions19................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions20................................................................................................................................................................
Data Security22................................................................................................................................................................
Your Extension Number24................................................................................................................................................................
How To Follow The Steps30................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Example32................................................................................................................................................................
Making Calls33................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Calling33................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Another Extension33................................................................................................................................................................
Calling An Outside Party34................................................................................................................................................................
Group Access34................................................................................................................................................................
Customising Your Phone35................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Dialling38................................................................................................................................................................
Redial41................................................................................................................................................................
When The Dialled Line Is Busy Or There Is No Answer42................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Isdn Service (isdn Service Access)51................................................................................................................................................................
Alternating The Calling Method (alternate Calling—ring/voice)52................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Without Restrictions53................................................................................................................................................................
To Access Another Party Directly From Outside (direct Inward System Access Disa])54................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Your Telephone From Another Extension Or Through Disa (remote Setting)57................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving Calls58................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Calls58................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Hands-free (hands-free Answerback)59................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Call From Another Telephone60................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call Ringing At Another Telephone (call Pickup)60................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call Via An External Speaker (trunk Answer From Any Station Tafas])62................................................................................................................................................................
To Transfer A Call63................................................................................................................................................................
To End A Conversation64................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Malicious Calling Parties (malicious Call Identification [mcid])65................................................................................................................................................................
During A Conversation66................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring A Call (call Transfer)66................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring To An Outside Party Using The Pbx Service68................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring To An Outside Party Using The Sip Service71................................................................................................................................................................
Holding A Call73................................................................................................................................................................
Talking To Two Parties Alternately (call Splitting)79................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Call Waiting81................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Call Waiting From The Telephone Company86................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Party Conversation87................................................................................................................................................................
Mute98................................................................................................................................................................
Letting Other People Listen To The Conversation (off-hook Monitor)99................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Headset (headset Operation)100................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Pdn/sdn Button102................................................................................................................................................................
Before Leaving Your Desk106................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Calls106................................................................................................................................................................
Absent Message117................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Dial Lock119................................................................................................................................................................
Using Voice Messaging (built-in Simplified Voice Message [svm])121................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Simplified Voice Message121................................................................................................................................................................
Recording A Greeting Message For Each Time Mode123................................................................................................................................................................
Redirecting Your Calls To Your Message Box125................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving Voice Messages126................................................................................................................................................................
Listening To Voice Messages Left By Callers127................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Your Message Box From An Outside Telephone130................................................................................................................................................................
Group Paging132................................................................................................................................................................
Answering/denying A Paging Announcement134................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Conference Group Call135................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Mode135................................................................................................................................................................
Broadcast Mode136................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Unified Messaging Features142................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To And Configuring Your Mailbox143................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To Your Mailbox143................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Mailbox Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Greetings145................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Password150................................................................................................................................................................
Message Playback And Related Features153................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Messages153................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering Deleted Messages155................................................................................................................................................................
Replying To Messages156................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Access159................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Messages161................................................................................................................................................................
To Send A Message162................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Group Distribution Lists163................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving External Delivery Messages170................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Calls171................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer171................................................................................................................................................................
Call Blocking171................................................................................................................................................................
Call Screening171................................................................................................................................................................
Intercom Paging171................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Call Forwarding174................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Line176................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Transfer176................................................................................................................................................................
Other Features179................................................................................................................................................................
Interview Mailbox179................................................................................................................................................................
Message Reception Mode180................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Notification181................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Lamp181................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Caller Name Announcement183................................................................................................................................................................
Private Mode184................................................................................................................................................................
Before Operating185................................................................................................................................................................
Toll Saver188................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Reference196................................................................................................................................................................
Continued On Next Page197................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Telephone According To Your Needs199................................................................................................................................................................
Refusing Incoming Calls (do Not Disturb [dnd])201................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving Call Waiting (call Waiting/off-hook Call Announcement [ohca]/whisper Ohca)205................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Your Telephone Number On The Called Party And Caller's Telephone (calling Connected Line Identification Presentation [clip/colp])206................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Your Number Being Displayed On The Called Party's Telephone (calling Line Identification Restriction [clir])208................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override Deny209................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Background Music (bgm)210................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Your Line Against Notification Tones (data Line Security)211................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Time Service Status212................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Parallelled Telephone To Ring (parallelled Telephone)213................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Xdp Parallel Mode214................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your Phone In Parallel With A Wired Telephone (one-numbered Extension)215................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Features Set At Your Extension (extension Feature Clear)216................................................................................................................................................................
Utilising The Call Centre218................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Controlling The Call Status Of An Incoming Call Distribution Group (incoming Call Distribution Group Monitor)221................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding A Waiting Call (manual Queue Redirection)224................................................................................................................................................................
Doorphone Call225................................................................................................................................................................
If An External Relay Is Connected227................................................................................................................................................................
If An External Sensor Is Connected228................................................................................................................................................................
If A Host Pbx Is Connected229................................................................................................................................................................
If A Voice Processing System Is Connected230................................................................................................................................................................
Recording A Conversation235................................................................................................................................................................
Administrative Features237................................................................................................................................................................
Hospitality Features237................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Number238................................................................................................................................................................
Check Out240................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Message244................................................................................................................................................................
Exchanging The Settings Between Extensions245................................................................................................................................................................
Walking Extension245................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Walking Extension246................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Telephone With A Display248................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Call Log248................................................................................................................................................................
Calling With The Incoming Call Log248................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Directories252................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Names And Numbers253................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Characters254................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing System Features (system Feature Access)260................................................................................................................................................................
Self Labelling (kx-nt366/kx-nt553/kx-nt556/kx-nt560/kx-ut248/kx-ut670 Only)262................................................................................................................................................................
Cellular Phone Features265................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring To An Outside Phone Number266................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Operation269................................................................................................................................................................
Control Features270................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Control270................................................................................................................................................................
Time Service Mode Control271................................................................................................................................................................
Restriction Level Control (dial Tone Transfer)273................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The External Background Music (bgm)274................................................................................................................................................................
Recording Outgoing Messages (ogm)275................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Users To Seize An Unavailable Outside Line (trunk Busy Out)277................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing Network Direct Station Selection (ndss) Monitor278................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Unified Messaging Features279................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Mailboxes281................................................................................................................................................................
Broadcasting Messages289................................................................................................................................................................
Message Manager Features292................................................................................................................................................................
Recording Messages299................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Call Forwarding Set302................................................................................................................................................................
Customising Your Phone & System309................................................................................................................................................................
Customising Your Phone (personal Programming)310................................................................................................................................................................
Customising Your Phone (personal)310................................................................................................................................................................
Settings On The Programming Mode312................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Features312................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Features320................................................................................................................................................................
Customising The Buttons322................................................................................................................................................................
User Programming327................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Settings In Web Maintenance Console328................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Mailbox Password329................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Two-way Recording For Manager349................................................................................................................................................................
Customising Extensions And The System–for Managers353................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Programming354................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Information354................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisory Monitor (acd) Control357................................................................................................................................................................
Acd Report Analysis359................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix365................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Operations By Telephone Type366................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting374................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Number Table378................................................................................................................................................................
What Is This Tone389................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History393................................................................................................................................................................
Changed Contents393................................................................................................................................................................
Pfmpr Software File Version 004.2xxxx394................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Installation Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Installation Manual (338 pages)

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Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 8.63 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
System Components2................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Abbreviations10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions17................................................................................................................................................................
For Your Safety18................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions24................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions25................................................................................................................................................................
Data Security27................................................................................................................................................................
System Outline29................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Construction30................................................................................................................................................................
System Connection Diagram32................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Equipment35................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications39................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics41................................................................................................................................................................
System Capacity42................................................................................................................................................................
Information About The Activation Keys59................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Key Code And Key Management System75................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cti Applications76................................................................................................................................................................
Installation79................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installation80................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of The Pbx82................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Locations83................................................................................................................................................................
Opening/closing The Top Cover87................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Earth Connection89................................................................................................................................................................
Installing/removing The Optional Service Cards90................................................................................................................................................................
Installing/removing The Sd Memory Card104................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Connectors107................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Ferrite Core109................................................................................................................................................................
Inch Rack Mounting110................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Mounting111................................................................................................................................................................
Surge Protector Installation115................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Battery Connection118................................................................................................................................................................
The Mother Board And Expansion Cards120................................................................................................................................................................
Mother Board In An Expansion Unit123................................................................................................................................................................
Card (kx-ns5136)124................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp S Card (kx-ns5110), Dsp M Card (kx-ns5111), Dsp L Card Kx-ns5112)125................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot6 In Kx-ns500 (installed By Default)127................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc2 In The Main Unit (installed By Default)130................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 In The Main Unit (installed By Default)131................................................................................................................................................................
Exp-s In An Expansion Unit (installed By Default)133................................................................................................................................................................
Pft In Kx-ns520 (installed By Default)134................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 In Kx-ns520 (installed By Default)136................................................................................................................................................................
Rmt Card In The Main Unit (kx-tda0196)138................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Cards139................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Trunk And Extension Cards141................................................................................................................................................................
Pri30/e1 Card (kx-ns5290ce)142................................................................................................................................................................
Pri23 Card (kx-ns5290)145................................................................................................................................................................
Bri2 Card (kx-ns5282)147................................................................................................................................................................
Bri4 Card (kx-ns5284)150................................................................................................................................................................
Dhlc4 Card (kx-ns5170)153................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc8 Card (kx-ns5171)154................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc16 Card (kx-ns5172)155................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc8 Card (kx-ns5173)156................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 Card (kx-ns5174)157................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Card158................................................................................................................................................................
The Doorphone Card160................................................................................................................................................................
External Sensor161................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Extensions162................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Connection Of The Extensions163................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Extra Device Port (digital Xdp) Connection165................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Doorphone, Door Opener, And/or External Sensor167................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Peripherals169................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connection171................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connections For Ip Telephones173................................................................................................................................................................
Power Failure Connections176................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Pbx178................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Information181................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Web Maintenance Console182................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Connection183................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Web Maintenance Console186................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Pbx197................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Dhcp Server Feature202................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Activation Keys203................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An H.323 Qsig Network205................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Address Translation Table206................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Network Settings208................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Sip Trunks210................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Networking Information To Ip Telephones212................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Vlan Parameters233................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Lldp Parameters236................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Diffserv Parameters240................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Ip Ports243................................................................................................................................................................
Eco Mode (kx-nt500 Series Only)249................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Ip Telephones251................................................................................................................................................................
De-registering Ip Telephones257................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Sip Phones At A Remote Site260................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Ip Phones At A Remote Site With A Built-in Media Relay Gateway266................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Users275................................................................................................................................................................
Programming E-mail Integration For Um Voice277................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration Of Mailboxes281................................................................................................................................................................
Methods Of Stacking Expansion Units283................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting287................................................................................................................................................................
Connection291................................................................................................................................................................
Operation292................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages294................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Pbx296................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Error Log298................................................................................................................................................................
Networking Information301................................................................................................................................................................
Information About Using An Ip Network302................................................................................................................................................................
Network Parameters303................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp (dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Server305................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan (virtual Lan)306................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Buffer307................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration308................................................................................................................................................................
Network Devices312................................................................................................................................................................
Qos (quality Of Service)313................................................................................................................................................................
Network Time Protocol (ntp)314................................................................................................................................................................
Information About Using One-look Network315................................................................................................................................................................
H.323 Trunks317................................................................................................................................................................
Gatekeeper318................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Voip Gateway Card Specifications321................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Trunks322................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Requirements325................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Sip Trunk Card Specifications327................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Pbx Networks328................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security329................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix333................................................................................................................................................................
System Prompt Languages334................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History335................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Installation Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Installation Manual (300 pages)

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Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 8.78 MB
Table of contents
Installation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
System Components2................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Abbreviations7................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents10................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions13................................................................................................................................................................
For Your Safety14................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions20................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions21................................................................................................................................................................
Data Security22................................................................................................................................................................
System Outline23................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Construction24................................................................................................................................................................
System Configurations24................................................................................................................................................................
System Connection Diagram26................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Equipment29................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications32................................................................................................................................................................
General Description32................................................................................................................................................................
Characteristics34................................................................................................................................................................
System Capacity35................................................................................................................................................................
Information About The Activation Keys47................................................................................................................................................................
Type And Maximum Number Of Activation Keys48................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Key Code And Key Management System56................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cti Applications57................................................................................................................................................................
Installation59................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installation60................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of The Pbx62................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking62................................................................................................................................................................
Names And Locations63................................................................................................................................................................
Opening/closing The Top Cover65................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Earth Connection67................................................................................................................................................................
Installing/removing The Optional Service Cards68................................................................................................................................................................
Installing/removing The Sd Memory Card82................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Connectors85................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Ferrite Core87................................................................................................................................................................
19-inch Rack Mounting88................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Mounting89................................................................................................................................................................
Surge Protector Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Battery Connection96................................................................................................................................................................
The Mother Board And Expansion Cards98................................................................................................................................................................
Mother Board98................................................................................................................................................................
Mother Board - Kx-ns50098................................................................................................................................................................
Mother Board - Kx-ns520100................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indication100................................................................................................................................................................
Sd Memory Xs Card (kx-ns5134), Sd Memory S Card (kx-ns5135), Sd Memory M Card (kx-ns5136)101................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp S Card (kx-ns5110), Dsp M Card (kx-ns5111), Dsp L Card (kx-ns5112)102................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot6 In Kx-ns500 (installed By Default)104................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc2 In Kx-ns500 (installed By Default)107................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 In Kx-ns500 (installed By Default)108................................................................................................................................................................
Exp-s In Kx-ns520 (installed By Default)110................................................................................................................................................................
Pft In Kx-ns520 (installed By Default)111................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 In Kx-ns520 (installed By Default)113................................................................................................................................................................
Rmt Card In Kx-ns500 (kx-tda0196)115................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Cards116................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Trunk And Extension Cards118................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot6 Card (kx-ns5180)118................................................................................................................................................................
Pri30/e1 Card (kx-ns5290ce)119................................................................................................................................................................
Dhlc4 Card (kx-ns5170)122................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc8 Card (kx-ns5171)123................................................................................................................................................................
Dlc16 Card (kx-ns5172)124................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc8 Card (kx-ns5173)125................................................................................................................................................................
Mcslc16 Card (kx-ns5174)126................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Card127................................................................................................................................................................
Exp-m Card (kx-ns5130)127................................................................................................................................................................
The Doorphone Card129................................................................................................................................................................
Dph2 Card (kx-ns5162)129................................................................................................................................................................
External Sensor130................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Extensions131................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Cabling Distances Of The Extension Wiring (twisted Cable)131................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Connection Of The Extensions132................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Extra Device Port (digital Xdp) Connection134................................................................................................................................................................
First Party Call Control Cti Connection136................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Doorphone, Door Opener, And/or External Sensor137................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Peripherals139................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connection141................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connection For The Main Unit141................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connections For Ip Telephones143................................................................................................................................................................
Power Failure Connections146................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Kx-ns500148................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Information151................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Web Maintenance Console152................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Connection153................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Web Maintenance Console156................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements156................................................................................................................................................................
Password Security156................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To Web Maintenance Console157................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Pbx165................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Setup Wizard165................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Dhcp Server Feature169................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Virtual Ip Cards To The Pbx169................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Activation Keys170................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The Activation Keys170................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An H.323 Qsig Network172................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning The Hunt Pattern172................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Address Translation Table173................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Network Settings175................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing & Programming Port Properties177................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Sip Trunks177................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Networking Information To Ip Telephones179................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Ip Addressing Information179................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Vlan Parameters199................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Lldp Parameters202................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Diffserv Parameters206................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Ip Ports209................................................................................................................................................................
Eco Mode (kx-nt500 Series Only)215................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Ip Telephones217................................................................................................................................................................
De-registering Ip Telephones223................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Sip Phones At A Remote Site226................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Ip Phones At A Remote Site With A Built-in Media Relay Gateway232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Users240................................................................................................................................................................
Programming E-mail Integration For Um Voice242................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration Of Mailboxes246................................................................................................................................................................
Methods Of Stacking Expansion Units249................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting253................................................................................................................................................................
Connection257................................................................................................................................................................
Operation258................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages259................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Kx-ns500261................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting By Error Log263................................................................................................................................................................
Networking Information265................................................................................................................................................................
Information About Using An Ip Network266................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Voip Network With The Pbx266................................................................................................................................................................
Network Parameters267................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp (dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Server269................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan (virtual Lan)270................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Buffer271................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Activity Detection (vad)271................................................................................................................................................................
Network Configuration272................................................................................................................................................................
Network Devices276................................................................................................................................................................
Qos (quality Of Service)277................................................................................................................................................................
Network Time Protocol (ntp)278................................................................................................................................................................
Trunks279................................................................................................................................................................
Avoid Multiple Ip Networks279................................................................................................................................................................
Gatekeeper280................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Assessment280................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Voip Gateway Card Specifications283................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Trunks284................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Telephony Service284................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Requirements287................................................................................................................................................................
Router Requirements287................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Requirements287................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Sip Trunk Card Specifications289................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Pbx Networks290................................................................................................................................................................
Qsig Network290................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security291................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix295................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Region Suffix Codes And Areas296................................................................................................................................................................
System Prompt Languages297................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Sales Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Sales Manual (92 pages)

Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 3.31 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Pbx Line-up And Positioning Of The Kx-ns5004................................................................................................................................................................
Product Concept5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview6................................................................................................................................................................
System Connection Diagram14................................................................................................................................................................
Selling Points15................................................................................................................................................................
Why The Kx-ns50016................................................................................................................................................................
Cost Saving17................................................................................................................................................................
Expandability18................................................................................................................................................................
Backwards Compatibility19................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Networking20................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Communication Costs20................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Network Costs21................................................................................................................................................................
Saving On Initial Investment22................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Running Costs23................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Satisfaction24................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Solution25................................................................................................................................................................
Multi Zone25................................................................................................................................................................
Xdp Parallel Mode26................................................................................................................................................................
Dect Paging27................................................................................................................................................................
Tough Type Handset28................................................................................................................................................................
Cellular Phone Integration29................................................................................................................................................................
Receive A Call29................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Destinations In Incoming Call Distribution Groups30................................................................................................................................................................
Make A Call31................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Solution32................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail32................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Notification33................................................................................................................................................................
Ms Outlook & Imap4 Integration34................................................................................................................................................................
Improved Work Efficiency35................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Disa36................................................................................................................................................................
Call Centre Solution37................................................................................................................................................................
Queue Announcement37................................................................................................................................................................
Call Distribution38................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Two-way Recording For Managers39................................................................................................................................................................
Nas Supported40................................................................................................................................................................
Activity Monitor41................................................................................................................................................................
Activity Report42................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Assistant43................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Maintenance44................................................................................................................................................................
Web Maintenance44................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix45................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications46................................................................................................................................................................
Kx-ns500 Capacity46................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Condition49................................................................................................................................................................
Product Lineup - Hardware50................................................................................................................................................................
Product Lineup - Preinstalled Activation Keys51................................................................................................................................................................
Product Lineup - Activation Keys52................................................................................................................................................................
Overview57................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Information Overview57................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Phone 'kx-nt5xx Series58................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Phone 'kx-dt5xx Series63................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Terminal66................................................................................................................................................................
Cc View" Activity Monitor And Report Tool71................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Programming Manual

Panasonic KX-NS500 Programming Manual (68 pages)

Hybrid IP-PBX  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: Conference System | Size: 1.16 MB
Table of contents
Safety Notices3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Ways To Programme10................................................................................................................................................................
Password Security11................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Characters12................................................................................................................................................................
Pt Programming17................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Instructions18................................................................................................................................................................
Buttons And Functions18................................................................................................................................................................
Slot Number And Port Number21................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Programming22................................................................................................................................................................
Date & Time22................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dialling Number22................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dialling Name22................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Number22................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Name23................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Personal Identification Number (pin)23................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Assignment23................................................................................................................................................................
Dss Console Paired Telephone23................................................................................................................................................................
Absent Message24................................................................................................................................................................
Charge Margin24................................................................................................................................................................
Charge Tax24................................................................................................................................................................
Charge Rate Per Unit24................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Programming25................................................................................................................................................................
Flexible Numbering25................................................................................................................................................................
Time Service Switching Mode25................................................................................................................................................................
Time Service Starting Time25................................................................................................................................................................
Idle Line Access (local Access)26................................................................................................................................................................
System Password For Administrator-for Pt Programming26................................................................................................................................................................
System Password For User-for Pt Programming26................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Password26................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Code26................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Code Name27................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Code Personal Identification Number (pin)27................................................................................................................................................................
Verification Code Cos Number27................................................................................................................................................................
Decimal Point Position For Currency27................................................................................................................................................................
Currency27................................................................................................................................................................
Main Processing (mpr) Software Version Reference28................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address Reference28................................................................................................................................................................
Um Auto Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
Timer Programming29................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Recall Time29................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Recall Time29................................................................................................................................................................
Intercept Time29................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Line Waiting Time29................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Redial Repeat Times29................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Redial Interval29................................................................................................................................................................
Door Unlock Time30................................................................................................................................................................
Call Duration Count Starting Time For Lcot30................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Delayed Answer Time30................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Trunk-to-trunk Call Prolong Time30................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Intercept Time30................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring/ars Programming31................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Override By System Speed Dialling31................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Denied Code31................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Exception Code31................................................................................................................................................................
Special Carrier Access Code31................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Number31................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Mode31................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Leading Number32................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Routing Plan Table Number32................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Exception Number32................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Routing Plan Time Table32................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Routing Plan Table (1-16)33................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Routing Plan Table (1-48)33................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Carrier Name33................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Trunk Group For Carrier Access33................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Removed Number Of Digits For Carrier Access33................................................................................................................................................................
Ars Carrier Access Code34................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Programming35................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Connection35................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Name35................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Number35................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Number Reference35................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Dialling Mode35................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Pulse Rate35................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Dtmf Minimum Duration36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Cpc Signal Detection Time-outgoing36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Cpc Signal Detection Time-incoming36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Reverse Circuit36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Pause Time36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Flash/recall Time36................................................................................................................................................................
Lcot Disconnect Time37................................................................................................................................................................
Dil 1:1 Destination37................................................................................................................................................................
Did Number37................................................................................................................................................................
Did Name37................................................................................................................................................................
Did Destination37................................................................................................................................................................
Host Pbx Access Code37................................................................................................................................................................
Extension-to-trunk Call Duration38................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk-to-trunk Call Duration38................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Silence Detection38................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Continuous Signal Detection38................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Cyclic Signal Detection38................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id Signal Type38................................................................................................................................................................
Cos Programming39................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Level39................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Call Duration Limitation39................................................................................................................................................................
Call Transfer To Trunk39................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding To Trunk39................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override40................................................................................................................................................................
Executive Busy Override Deny40................................................................................................................................................................
Dnd Override40................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Mode40................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Level For System Speed Dialling40................................................................................................................................................................
Trs/barring Level For Extension Dial Lock40................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Assignment40................................................................................................................................................................
Permission For Door Open Access41................................................................................................................................................................
Time Service Manual Switching41................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Xdp Parallel Mode For Paired Telephone41................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Mode Limitation41................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Programming42................................................................................................................................................................
Extra Device Port (xdp) Mode42................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Device Assignment42................................................................................................................................................................
Class Of Service42................................................................................................................................................................
Extension User Group42................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Intercept Destination43................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding-no Answer Time43................................................................................................................................................................
Clip/colp Number43................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Member43................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Delayed Ringing43................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Floating Extension Number44................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Name44................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call Distribution Group Distribution Method44................................................................................................................................................................
Destination For Overflow Time Expiration44................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Time44................................................................................................................................................................
Destination When All Busy45................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Call Capacity45................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Hurry-up Level45................................................................................................................................................................
Queuing Time Table45................................................................................................................................................................
Sequences In Queuing Time Table45................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Agents46................................................................................................................................................................
Extension User Groups Of A Paging Group46................................................................................................................................................................
External Pagers Of A Paging Group46................................................................................................................................................................
Extension User Groups Of A Pickup Group46................................................................................................................................................................
Um Group Floating Extension Number47................................................................................................................................................................
Vm Group Floating Extension Number47................................................................................................................................................................
Idle Extension Hunting Type47................................................................................................................................................................
Idle Extension Hunting Group Member47................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Registration47................................................................................................................................................................
Ps Termination48................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Identification Number (pin) For Ps Registration48................................................................................................................................................................
Cs Status Reference48................................................................................................................................................................
Resource/interface Programming49................................................................................................................................................................
External Pager Floating Extension Number49................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold49................................................................................................................................................................
Music For Transfer49................................................................................................................................................................
Doorphone Call Destination49................................................................................................................................................................
Doorphone Number Reference49................................................................................................................................................................
Outgoing Message (ogm) Floating Extension Number50................................................................................................................................................................
Outgoing Message (ogm) Name50................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Security Mode50................................................................................................................................................................
Smdr & Maintenance Programming51................................................................................................................................................................
External Modem Control51................................................................................................................................................................
Smdr51................................................................................................................................................................
Smdr Skip Perforation51................................................................................................................................................................
Smdr Outgoing Call Printing51................................................................................................................................................................
Smdr Incoming Call Printing51................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Programming51................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Floating Extension Number52................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Remote Floating Extension Number52................................................................................................................................................................
Card Programming53................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Programming References55................................................................................................................................................................
Panasonic KX-NS500 Getting Started

Panasonic KX-NS500 Getting Started (62 pages)

HYBRID IP-PBX  
Brand: Panasonic | Category: PBX | Size: 2.65 MB
Table of contents
Getting Started1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installation3................................................................................................................................................................
Outline4................................................................................................................................................................
For Your Safety5................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking7................................................................................................................................................................
Installation9................................................................................................................................................................
Opening/closing The Top Cover10................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Dsp Cards12................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Earth Connection14................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connection14................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connection For The Main Unit14................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Connections For Ip Telephones16................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Extension18................................................................................................................................................................
Before Programming19................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Pbx20................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Connection23................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Web Maintenance Console24................................................................................................................................................................
Programming27................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Pbx28................................................................................................................................................................
Easy Setup Wizard28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Virtual Ip Cards To The Pbx34................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Activation Keys34................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Sip Trunks36................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Networking Information To Ip Telephones38................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Ip Addressing Information38................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Ip Telephones53................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming The Connection59................................................................................................................................................................
Making And Receiving Calls60................................................................................................................................................................

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