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Siemens HiPath 1150 Service Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Service Manual (389 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Conference System | Size: 29.71 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations15................................................................................................................................................................
Important Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Danger19................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Warning20................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Caution21................................................................................................................................................................
General Information22................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do In Case Of An Emergency23................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection And Confidentiality24................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of This Service Manual25................................................................................................................................................................
System Data26................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations Hipath 110027................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 System Periphery28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Hipath 1190 Periphery29................................................................................................................................................................
System Expansion Limitations30................................................................................................................................................................
Telephones31................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations For Digital Lines32................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations On System Telephones34................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hipath 115035................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hipath 119036................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data38................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Standards And Compliance39................................................................................................................................................................
International Safety Standard40................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation List41................................................................................................................................................................
New In Hipath 1100 V7.042................................................................................................................................................................
Modules43................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations For Country Names44................................................................................................................................................................
Motherboard (mb)50................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 112052................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Hipath 1120 Baby Board Vcc Module54................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 115055................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1190/1190r57................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Modules (eb)58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5 Eb 200 Module Overview59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6 Eb 204 Module Overview60................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath1150/1190/1190r61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-8 Eb 012 Module Overview63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-9 Eb 800 Module Overview65................................................................................................................................................................
S0 Module66................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Module69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-14 Tme1 Module70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-15 Cas Access Connection71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-17 S2 Access Connection With 120 Ohm Impedance72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-19 Dip Switch For The Tme1 Module73................................................................................................................................................................
Up0/e Module77................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Modules (mo)80................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Module81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-24 Adsl Module Hipath 112082................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-25 Adsl Module Hipath1150/1190/1190r83................................................................................................................................................................
Slimc, Sadslim, Limc And Adslim Modules84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-27 Limc And Adslim Module Hipath1150/1190/1190r86................................................................................................................................................................
Baby Board Adsl87................................................................................................................................................................
Evm Module88................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-29 Hipath 1120/1150/1190/1190r Evm Module89................................................................................................................................................................
Cd 16 Module90................................................................................................................................................................
Music Module91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-33 System Psu Interface Hipath 115096................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-34 Psu Systems Interfacehipath 1190/1190r97................................................................................................................................................................
Batteries98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-35 Batteries99................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Configurations X Capacities X Times100................................................................................................................................................................
Backplane101................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone103................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Connection104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-41 Grothe Entrance Telephone105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-43 Ritto Entrance Telephone106................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-44 Overview Entrance Telephone Interface - S30817-q936-c282107................................................................................................................................................................
Tfe-s Interface108................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-46 Assigning Button Pad Contacts110................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-47 Connection With Siedle Tlm 511-01 And Ritto 5760 Button Pad111................................................................................................................................................................
External Entrance Telephone112................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn External Entrance Telephone113................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-48 V.24 Adapter Cable Connection System114................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-49 Modem And Adapter Connection System To115................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Adapter Cable116................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Serial Cable117................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter Cable For Analog Modem118................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-52 Connection System Of The Serial Cable To The Analog Modem119................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Coax Cable120................................................................................................................................................................
S2 Access121................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Interconnect Cables (bbu)122................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Cable Of The Psu - Hipath1150/1190/1190r123................................................................................................................................................................
Installation125................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures126................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Location For Installing The Equipment127................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking System Components128................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2 Opening The Hipath 1120 Main Distribution Frame129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6 Opening The Hipath 1150 Main Distribution Frame131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9 Hipath 1190/1190r Front View133................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10 Hipath 1190/1190r Back View134................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11 Hipath 1190/1190r Cable Anchors135................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-13 Installing The Hipath 1190r On A 19" Rack136................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath1120/1150 Wall Mounting Instructions137................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Modules138................................................................................................................................................................
In The Hipath 1120139................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1150140................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1190/1190r141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System Specifically For The Client145................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Tme1 Module148................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Connection In The Lan Interface Modules149................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-20 Adsl Connection On The Hipath 1120150................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Baby Board Adsl Module151................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath1150/1190/1190r152................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Evm Module153................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-26 Installing An Evm Module On The Hipath 1190/1190r156................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1120157................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Music Module161................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-31 Installing A Music Module Hipath 1120162................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Power Supply163................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-34 Installation Of The Psu Hipath 1150 With Bbu165................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-36 Installing The Psu In The Hipath 1190/1190r167................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-37 Installing The Psu With Bbu In The Hipath 1190/1190r168................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Batteries169................................................................................................................................................................
Connections To The System's Mdf170................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A V.24 Interface177................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Usb Interface178................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An External Audio Source180................................................................................................................................................................
Model S30817-q936-c282 - Brazil181................................................................................................................................................................
Recommendations Concerning The Power Supply And Protection Of The System182................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Of External Lines And Extensions183................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Safety Ground Wire184................................................................................................................................................................
Protective Power Outage Relays185................................................................................................................................................................
System Cabling186................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-46 Connections For Telephone Jacks (for Brazil)187................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint Master/slave Telephone Hipath 1120 Connections188................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Visual Inspection189................................................................................................................................................................
Keys192................................................................................................................................................................
E822 St System Telephone193................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2 E822 St System Telephone Layout194................................................................................................................................................................
E821 St System Telephone (for Brazil Only)195................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint 500 System Telephones196................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5 Optipoint 500 Economy/basic/standard System Telephone Layout197................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6 Optipoint 500 Entry System Telephone Layout198................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7 Optipoint 500 Rear Panel199................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Feature Keys203................................................................................................................................................................
Settings204................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Access Codes206................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of The System's Programming Codes207................................................................................................................................................................
Main Configurations208................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Settings210................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An Extension212................................................................................................................................................................
Disa218................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Software222................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Entrance Telephone223................................................................................................................................................................
Fax/did Feature226................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Trunk Settings230................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Interface Modules232................................................................................................................................................................
Relay And Sensor On The Hipath 1120233................................................................................................................................................................
Run Quick Test234................................................................................................................................................................
External Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)253................................................................................................................................................................
General Settings254................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration260................................................................................................................................................................
Operation278................................................................................................................................................................
Programming With A Telephone Set279................................................................................................................................................................
System Programming Mode Using A Pc280................................................................................................................................................................
Local Connection281................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-1 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A V.24 Serial Interface282................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Interface283................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-3 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A Usb Connection284................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-4 Properties Of The Commserver - Connections Adsl Module286................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint Interface287................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-6 Commserver Properties - Optipoint Connection Configuration289................................................................................................................................................................
Remote / Local Connection290................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-9 Hipath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog Modem291................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-10 Commserver Configuration - Remote Analog Modem292................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-11 Isdn Configuration Options294................................................................................................................................................................
Driver Installation295................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Setup296................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Usb' Drivers297................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-15 Windows 98 Se - Usb Driver Installation298................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-16 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location299................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-17 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn300................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-19 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder301................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-20 Windows Me - Usb/capi Installation Location302................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-21 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn303................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-23 Windows 2000 - Driver Location304................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-24 Windows 2000 - Driver Location305................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-26 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection306................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-28 Windows 2003 - Driver Location307................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-29 Windows 2003 - Drivers Installation Location308................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-31 Windows 2003 - Msn309................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-32 Windows Xp - Driver Location310................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-33 Windows Xp - Driver Installation Location311................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-35 Windows Xp - Msn312................................................................................................................................................................
Capi Application Setup313................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint Usb Drivers314................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Installer315................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-36 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location317................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-38 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn318................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-39 Windows 98 Se - Msn Number319................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-40 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder320................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-42 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn321................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-43 Windows Se - Msn Number322................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-44 Windows 2000 - Driver Location323................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-45 Windows 2000 - Driver Location324................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-47 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection325................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-49 Windows 2003 - Driver Location326................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-50 Windows 2003 - Driver Location327................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-52 Windows 2003 - Msn328................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-53 Windows Xp - Driver Location329................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-55 Windows Xp - Isdn330................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstall332................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Applications333................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp334................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-57 Snmp Folder335................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Manager336................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-58 Sw Router Adsl Firmware Update337................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-59 Adsl Router Configuration Sw338................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-61 Password And Username Window For Access Via Web Browser340................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-63 Changing The Default Ip Address341................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-64 Default Factory Settings342................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-65 Selecting A Firmware File For Upgrade343................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Speed Stream Modem344................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-67 Configuring The Speed Stream Modem345................................................................................................................................................................
Returning To Factory Settings346................................................................................................................................................................
Comgate347................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-71 Access To Comgate348................................................................................................................................................................
Ecommserver349................................................................................................................................................................
How To Release The Adsl Feature In New Countries350................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens Admin Console352................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Speedstream 4100 Modem354................................................................................................................................................................
Lcr Settings355................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-75 Lcr Module - Regional Configuration356................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-76 Lcr Module - Creating Tables357................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-77 Lcr Module - Configuring A Rule358................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-78 Lcr Module - Example Of A Rule359................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-79 Lcr Module - Time Interval360................................................................................................................................................................
Gsm/sip Box With Lcr Support361................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Trunk Manager362................................................................................................................................................................
S2m Maintenance363................................................................................................................................................................
Moh Transfer Wizard364................................................................................................................................................................
Interaction Center Smart (optional Software)365................................................................................................................................................................
Vmie Protocol (voice Mail Interface - Extended)366................................................................................................................................................................
Index385................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Danger16................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Warning17................................................................................................................................................................
General Information19................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do In Case Of An Emergency20................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection And Confidentiality21................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of This Service Manual22................................................................................................................................................................
System Data23................................................................................................................................................................
Figures24................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 System Periphery25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Hipath 1190 Periphery26................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations To System Expansion27................................................................................................................................................................
Tables28................................................................................................................................................................
A31003-k1160-s100-03-7620 Service Manual29................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data30................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-5 Technical Data31................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Standards And Compliance32................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation List34................................................................................................................................................................
Modules36................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations37................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 List Of Modules/components - Hipath 112039................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 List Of Modules/components - Hipath 1150/1190/1190r42................................................................................................................................................................
Motherboard (mb)43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 Hipath 1120's Mb45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Hipath 1120 - Cnd Mb47................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4 Hipath 1120 Mb Connector Assignments - Cnd48................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 115049................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4 Overview Of The Hipath 1150 Mb50................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1190/1190r51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5 Overview Of The Hipath 1190 Mb53................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Modules (eb)54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6 Eb 200 Module Overview55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-7 Eb 204 Module Overview56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-8 Eb 200 - Cnd Module Overview57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-9 Eb 204 - Cnd Module Overview58................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1150/1190/1190r59................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-12 Connector Assignments For Modules Eb 210, Eb 206 And Eb 20260................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-11 Eb 012 Module Overview61................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-13 Eb 012 And Eb 010 Connector Assignments62................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-12 Eb 800 Module Overview63................................................................................................................................................................
S0 Module64................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Module68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-17 Tme1 Module70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-18 Cas Access Connection71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-21 Signal Distribution On The Tme1 Module Connector72................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-22 Tme1 Module, Dip Switch 173................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-23 Tme1 Module, Dip Switch 274................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-24 Tme1 Module Display Readings (cas Access)75................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-25 Tme1 Module Display Readings (s2 Access)76................................................................................................................................................................
Up0/e Module77................................................................................................................................................................
Option Modules (om)80................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 112081................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-27 Adsl Module Hipath 1120 - Cnd82................................................................................................................................................................
Evm Module84................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1120/1150/1190/1190r85................................................................................................................................................................
Cd 16 Module86................................................................................................................................................................
Music Module87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-34 Psu Connectors For Hipath 1190/1190r92................................................................................................................................................................
Batteries93................................................................................................................................................................
Main Distribution Frame94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-36 Mdf - Connectors95................................................................................................................................................................
Backplane96................................................................................................................................................................
Model: S30817-k930-a300 - Tfe98................................................................................................................................................................
Model S30817-q936-c282 - Brazil99................................................................................................................................................................
V.24 Adapter Cable100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-42 Modem And Adapter Connection System101................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Adapter Cable102................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Serial Cable103................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Coax Cable104................................................................................................................................................................
Access S2105................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-44 Balun Technical106................................................................................................................................................................
Installation107................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures108................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Location For Installing The Equipment110................................................................................................................................................................
Getting To Know Your Systems111................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2 Opening The Hipath 1120 Main Distribution Frame112................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6 Opening The Hipath 1150 Main Distribution Frame114................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9 Hipath 1190/1190r Front View116................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10 Hipath 1190/1190r Back View117................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11 Hipath 1190/1190r Cable Anchors118................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-13 Installing The Hipath 1190r On A 19" Rack119................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath1120/1150 Wall Mounting Instructions120................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of Expansion And Option Modules121................................................................................................................................................................
Location Of The Modules In The On The122................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-17 Location Of The Modules In The Hipath 1120 - Cnd123................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1150124................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1190/1190r125................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-3 Slot / Type Of Module On Hipath 1190/1190r Systems128................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Modules129................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Adsl Module131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-22 Installing An Evm Module On The Hipath 1190/1190r134................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath 1120135................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Music Module139................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-28 Installing A Music Module Hipath 1120140................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Power Supply Unit141................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Extensions To The System's Internal Mdf (main Distribution Frame)144................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-4 Example Of The Location Of Extensions On The Hipath 1120 Main Distribution Frame147................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A V.24 Interface152................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Usb Interface153................................................................................................................................................................
On The Hipath1120/1150154................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An External Audio Source156................................................................................................................................................................
Recommendations Concerning The Power Supply And Protection Of The System158................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Of External Lines And Extensions159................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Safety Ground Wire160................................................................................................................................................................
Protective Power Outage Relays161................................................................................................................................................................
System Cabling162................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-40 Connections For Telephone Jacks (for Brazil)163................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of An Optipoint Master/slave Connection164................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Visual Inspection165................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System Specifically For The Client167................................................................................................................................................................
Keys168................................................................................................................................................................
E822 St System Telephone169................................................................................................................................................................
E821 St System Telephone (for Brazil Only)170................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 E821 St System Telephone Layout171................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint 500 System Telephones172................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5 Optipoint 500 Economy/basic/standard System Telephone Layout173................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6 Optipoint 500 Entry System Telephone Layout174................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7 Optipoint 500 Back Panel175................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Optipoint 500 Terminals, Adapters And Accessories177................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Feature Keys178................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Pulse (dp) And Dual Tone Multifrequency (mf)179................................................................................................................................................................
Operation180................................................................................................................................................................
Programming With A Telephone Set181................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The System Using A Pc182................................................................................................................................................................
Local Connection183................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A V.24 Serial Interface184................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Interface185................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3 Communication Server Properties - Configuring A Usb Connection186................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Module (lan)187................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4 Communication Server Properties - Configuring An Adsl Connection188................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint Interface189................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6 Commserver Properties - Optipoint Connection Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Or Local Connection192................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-9 Hipath 1100 Manager Configuration - Analog Modem193................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-10 Commserver Configuration - Remote Analog Modem194................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-11 Isdn Configuration Options195................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-12 Commserver Properties - Configuration Of Isdn Connections196................................................................................................................................................................
Driver Installation197................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-13 Installation Setup - Usb Drivers198................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Usb Drivers'199................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-16 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location200................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-17 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn201................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-19 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder202................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-20 Windows Me - Usb/capi Installation Location203................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-21 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-23 Windows 2000 - Driver Location205................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-24 Windows 2000 - Driver Location206................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-26 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection207................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-28 Windows Xp - Driver Location208................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-29 Windows Xp - Driver Installation Location209................................................................................................................................................................
Capi Application Setup210................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstall211................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint Usb Drivers212................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Installer213................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-32 Windows 98 Se - Usb Drivers Installation Location215................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-34 Windows 98 Se - Selection For Isdn216................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-35 Windows 98 Se - Msn Number217................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-36 Windows Me - Specify Installation Folder218................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-38 Windows Me - Selection For Isdn219................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-39 Windows Se - Msn Number220................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-40 Windows 2000 - Driver Location221................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-41 Windows 2000 - Driver Location222................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-43 Windows 2000 - Isdn Selection223................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-45 Windows Xp - Driver Location224................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-46 Windows Xp - Driver Location225................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Applications229................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Manager230................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Trunk Manager231................................................................................................................................................................
S2m Maintenance232................................................................................................................................................................
Account Manager (cdr)233................................................................................................................................................................
Capi Applications234................................................................................................................................................................
Tac Smart - Telephony Advanced Control (optional Software)235................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-2 Numbering Plan240................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-3 Classification Of Programming Tables241................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-4 Important Settings242................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-5 External Line Settings244................................................................................................................................................................
Index247................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-6 Programming An Extension248................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-7 Default Settings For Ewaco249................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-8 Disa250................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-9 General Settings252................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-11 Updating The Software253................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-12 Remote Administration254................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-14 Call Detail Recording255................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-15 Country/group Of Countries (65)257................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-17 Fax/did Feature258................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-18 Evm Module260................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-19 Digital Trunk Settings262................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-20 Cac Code (012)263................................................................................................................................................................
Run Quick Test264................................................................................................................................................................
Comments About The System's Programming Codes265................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Settings268................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An Extension272................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-23 Cd Interface Assignment278................................................................................................................................................................
Disa282................................................................................................................................................................
External Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)283................................................................................................................................................................
General Settings284................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Software290................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration291................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone292................................................................................................................................................................
Call Detail Report Manager293................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols294................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-24 Cdr Header Layout295................................................................................................................................................................
Fax/did Feature297................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Trunk Settings301................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Module306................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Access Codes311................................................................................................................................................................
A31003-k1160-s100-03-7620 Hipath 1100, Service Manual323................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 Service Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Service Manual (251 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 9.57 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Figures10................................................................................................................................................................
Tables11................................................................................................................................................................
A31003-k1250-s100-12-7619 Hipath 1100, Service Manual12................................................................................................................................................................
Important Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Danger15................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Warning16................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information: Caution17................................................................................................................................................................
General Information18................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do In Case Of An Emergency19................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection And Confidentiality20................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of This Service Manual21................................................................................................................................................................
System Data23................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3, "modules24................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 System Periphery25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Hipath 1130/1150 Periphery26................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4, "installation27................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data29................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Conditions31................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5, "telephones32................................................................................................................................................................
Modules33................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations34................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6, "operation40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 Hipath 1120 Motherboard41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Hipath 1120 Mb - Cnd43................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1130/115044................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3 Overview Of The Hipath 1130/1150 Mb45................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 119046................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4 Overview Of The Hipath 1190 Mb47................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Module (eb)48................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath1130/1150/119053................................................................................................................................................................
Option Modules (mo)57................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Module59................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Module66................................................................................................................................................................
Fax/did Module70................................................................................................................................................................
Cd 16 Module72................................................................................................................................................................
Music Module73................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit (psu)75................................................................................................................................................................
Main Distribution Frame79................................................................................................................................................................
Backplane80................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone Interface81................................................................................................................................................................
V.24 Adapter Cable84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-37 Modem And Printer Adapter Connection System85................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Adapter Cable86................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Serial Cable87................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Coax Cable88................................................................................................................................................................
Installation89................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures90................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Location For Installing The Equipment92................................................................................................................................................................
Getting To Know Your Systems93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5 Opening The Hipath 1130/1150 Main Distribution Frame95................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath1120/1130/1150 Wall Mounting Instructions96................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11 Hipath 1190/1190r Front View100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-12 Hipath 1190/1190r Back View101................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of Expansion And Option Modules104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-17 Location Of The Modules On The Hipath 1120 - Cnd105................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Modules110................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A S0 Module112................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Music Module116................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Power Supply117................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Extensions To The System's Internal Mdf (main Distribution Frame)120................................................................................................................................................................
For Example122................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A V.24 Interface126................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Usb Interface127................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An External Audio Source128................................................................................................................................................................
Recommendations Concerning The Power Supply And Protection Of The System130................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Of External Lines And Extensions131................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Safety Ground Wire132................................................................................................................................................................
Protective Power Outage Relays133................................................................................................................................................................
System Cabling134................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Visual Inspection136................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephones137................................................................................................................................................................
Keys138................................................................................................................................................................
Profiset 3030 System Telephone140................................................................................................................................................................
E822 St System Telephone141................................................................................................................................................................
E821 St System Telephone (for Brazil Only)143................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Feature Keys144................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Pulse (dp) And Dual Tone Multifrequency (mf)145................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Programming Mode153................................................................................................................................................................
Programming With A Telephone Set154................................................................................................................................................................
Programming With A Computer155................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Applications156................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1 Isdn Configuration Options157................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4 Commserver Configuration - Remote Analog Modem162................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5 Possible Usb Configurations163................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The System Specifically For The Client185................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An Extension190................................................................................................................................................................
Index192................................................................................................................................................................
General Settings195................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Administration197................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone198................................................................................................................................................................
Run Quick Test205................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Settings208................................................................................................................................................................
Disa217................................................................................................................................................................
External Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)218................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Software223................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Trunk Settings231................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Access Codes237................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan237................................................................................................................................................................

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Siemens HiPath 1150 Programming Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Programming Manual (241 pages)

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Table of contents
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes3................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Manual4................................................................................................................................................................
System Support Technician4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Options13................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Mode17................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan17................................................................................................................................................................
Flexible Numbering18................................................................................................................................................................
Activating System Programming18................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Programming Mode19................................................................................................................................................................
Important Settings20................................................................................................................................................................
Dialing Mode On An Analog Trunk23................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Line Attendants24................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook/speed Dial26................................................................................................................................................................
Class Of Service (cos)27................................................................................................................................................................
Permission List28................................................................................................................................................................
Default Permission And Denied Lists29................................................................................................................................................................
Without Cos Analysis31................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Class Of Service (cos)32................................................................................................................................................................
Special Class Of Service For A Blocked Extension34................................................................................................................................................................
Attendant Console36................................................................................................................................................................
Carrier Selection Mode: Lcr Or Acs37................................................................................................................................................................
Example For Lcr Settings On A Local Network38................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Of Gsm/sip Boxes With Lcr Access39................................................................................................................................................................
Time For Lcr Fallback40................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Settings41................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow For A Group Of External Lines42................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Priority By Type Of External Line43................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Call Direction45................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Call46................................................................................................................................................................
Coefficient For An Analog Trunk47................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Answering Signal48................................................................................................................................................................
Dial Tone Detection49................................................................................................................................................................
Operation As Satellite Pabx50................................................................................................................................................................
False Tone51................................................................................................................................................................
External Analog Present52................................................................................................................................................................
Programming An Extension53................................................................................................................................................................
Pickup Groups53................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Ring Timeout For Pickup Groups54................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding Within A Call Group (cg)55................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Groups56................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring For A Ucd Subscriber Group57................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting For Ucd Queue58................................................................................................................................................................
Time For Message Waiting Connection To A Ucd Queue59................................................................................................................................................................
Round-robin Distribution Of Calls To Agents60................................................................................................................................................................
Time For Agent's Notes61................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Status After Signaling Timeout62................................................................................................................................................................
Cascaded Call Forwarding Partner63................................................................................................................................................................
Waiting Message Before Signaling A Ucd Call64................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Time For Ucd Queue On Hold Message65................................................................................................................................................................
Search Mode For Hunt Groups66................................................................................................................................................................
Timeout Within A Hunt Group67................................................................................................................................................................
Callback/urgent Call Activation For Timeout68................................................................................................................................................................
Silent Monitoring69................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Id For Analog Extension (clip)70................................................................................................................................................................
Hide Group Prefix71................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Lock Password72................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional Forwarding Limited By Extension73................................................................................................................................................................
External Cfw74................................................................................................................................................................
Dialing Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Detection Time76................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Extension77................................................................................................................................................................
Hotline78................................................................................................................................................................
Warmline79................................................................................................................................................................
Assigned Group80................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Coefficient81................................................................................................................................................................
External Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)82................................................................................................................................................................
External Mwi Group83................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring By Extension84................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of Equipment Connected To The Extension85................................................................................................................................................................
Pulses For Call Charges On An Analog Extension86................................................................................................................................................................
Timer For Outgoing External Calls87................................................................................................................................................................
Timeout For External Calls87................................................................................................................................................................
Activate/disable Timeout For External Calls88................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Timeout For External Calls89................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk90................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Extension91................................................................................................................................................................
Elapsed Timeout For External-to-external Connection92................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Timeout After And External-to-external Transfer93................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer When Extension Is Busy94................................................................................................................................................................
Disa95................................................................................................................................................................
Disa Permission96................................................................................................................................................................
Disa External Line97................................................................................................................................................................
General Settings98................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold98................................................................................................................................................................
Music Source For The Moh Group99................................................................................................................................................................
External Music Source - Extension Assignment100................................................................................................................................................................
Interdigit Pause Time Setting101................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Caller Lists102................................................................................................................................................................
Date/time - Manual Setting103................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Update Of Date/time104................................................................................................................................................................
Billing105................................................................................................................................................................
Call Charge Factor For Extensions106................................................................................................................................................................
Call Cost Limit For An Extension107................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Software108................................................................................................................................................................
Activating A Software Update109................................................................................................................................................................
Time For Sw Update110................................................................................................................................................................
Uploading The Sw Update112................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Default Settings113................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Numbers114................................................................................................................................................................
Lists Of Emergency Numbers115................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Administration116................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Software Update117................................................................................................................................................................
External Number Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Without Msn Verification120................................................................................................................................................................
Ending Remote Administration121................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Temporary Msn122................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Administration Password Through An Msn123................................................................................................................................................................
Pabx Trace Log125................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone126................................................................................................................................................................
Door Lock127................................................................................................................................................................
Permission To Open The Door128................................................................................................................................................................
External Door Extension129................................................................................................................................................................
Report130................................................................................................................................................................
Ticket Account Codes134................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code Type135................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transmission Rate136................................................................................................................................................................
Call Detail Report For Incoming Calls137................................................................................................................................................................
Call Detail Report Through Serial Interface138................................................................................................................................................................
Fax/did139................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Menu140................................................................................................................................................................
Recording A Greeting141................................................................................................................................................................
Call Answering Mode Configuration143................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Reception Extension144................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring For Fax/did145................................................................................................................................................................
Msn Answering For Fax/did146................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing Fax/did After A Timeout147................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Trunk Settings148................................................................................................................................................................
Symmetric/asymmetric Call151................................................................................................................................................................
Notify152................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Digital Line To An Msn153................................................................................................................................................................
Msn Automatic Internal Distribution154................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Layer 1155................................................................................................................................................................
Isdn Layer 2156................................................................................................................................................................
No Div.leg Info" For Isdn Line157................................................................................................................................................................
Tme1 Module158................................................................................................................................................................
E1 Cas Access159................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Prefix160................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Msn Assignment Via Local Carrier161................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Signal163................................................................................................................................................................
Local Area Code Filter164................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Expansion Boards165................................................................................................................................................................
Adsl Module166................................................................................................................................................................
Default Configuration Of The Lan Interface167................................................................................................................................................................
Duration Of Greeting Messages168................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Language169................................................................................................................................................................
Max. Number Of Auto-configurable Mailboxes170................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Assignments171................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Password171................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mailbox Recording172................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Greeting Configuration173................................................................................................................................................................
Message Mode174................................................................................................................................................................
Type Of System Number175................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Quality176................................................................................................................................................................
Greeting For An Analog Trunk177................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Function Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Time Between Attempts For Activating The Sensor180................................................................................................................................................................
Number Dialed By Sensor Activation181................................................................................................................................................................
Dtmf Signals For The Sensor182................................................................................................................................................................
Relay183................................................................................................................................................................
Timer To Deactivate The Relay184................................................................................................................................................................
Tac Smart - Telephony Advanced Control185................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Manager186................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1100 Adsl Manager188................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Speedstream 4100 Modem190................................................................................................................................................................
Call Report191................................................................................................................................................................
Vmie Protocol192................................................................................................................................................................
Index194................................................................................................................................................................
Setup And Installation198................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Recommendations198................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools199................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Modules200................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The System204................................................................................................................................................................
Lower Modules Music, Eb 200/204, Lan Interface And S0205................................................................................................................................................................
Master And Satellite Modules206................................................................................................................................................................
Baby Board Vdc Module208................................................................................................................................................................
Connections To The Motherboard (mb)209................................................................................................................................................................
Connections To The Adsl Expansion Boards211................................................................................................................................................................
Connections To The U Module212................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data215................................................................................................................................................................
Hipath 1150216................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply218................................................................................................................................................................
View Of Module Slots219................................................................................................................................................................
Evm Module220................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Expansion And Optional Modules221................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Configuration223................................................................................................................................................................
U Module227................................................................................................................................................................
Summary Of Programming Codes230................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual (151 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 2.5 MB
Table of contents
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
About This User Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes3................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Getting To Know Your Openstage Phone9................................................................................................................................................................
The User Interface Of Your Openstage 15 T9................................................................................................................................................................
Openstage 15 T Rear Panel10................................................................................................................................................................
Openstage Key Module 1510................................................................................................................................................................
Keys11................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Keys11................................................................................................................................................................
Caller List Key And Menu Key11................................................................................................................................................................
Navigation Keys11................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Function Keys12................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad13................................................................................................................................................................
Display14................................................................................................................................................................
Idle Mode14................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox15................................................................................................................................................................
Voicemail15................................................................................................................................................................
Caller List16................................................................................................................................................................
Service Menu17................................................................................................................................................................
System Support Technician17................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations18................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan18................................................................................................................................................................
System Signaling Tones19................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Making Calls20................................................................................................................................................................
Making Calls20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Handset20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Speakerphone21................................................................................................................................................................
With The Handset On The Hook21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Automatic Seizure Of An Activated External Line21................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Group Of External Lines22................................................................................................................................................................
When A Group Is Busy22................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Speakerphone22................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Handset22................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker23................................................................................................................................................................
Ending A Call23................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of A Specific Line23................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Dialing24................................................................................................................................................................
Using Speed Dialing24................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Speed Dialing25................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Search28................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Lists29................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Reservation32................................................................................................................................................................
For Internet Access33................................................................................................................................................................
Callback34................................................................................................................................................................
Override36................................................................................................................................................................
Silent Monitoring36................................................................................................................................................................
Urgent Call/callback When Busy37................................................................................................................................................................
Hotline38................................................................................................................................................................
Warmline38................................................................................................................................................................
Calling An Attendant Console (ac)38................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Communication Call39................................................................................................................................................................
Handsfree Answerback40................................................................................................................................................................
Lcr Bypass41................................................................................................................................................................
Timer For Outgoing External Calls43................................................................................................................................................................
Timeout For External Calls44................................................................................................................................................................
View Timeout45................................................................................................................................................................
Disa45................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Temporary Msn To Make A Call47................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls48................................................................................................................................................................
Consultation48................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer49................................................................................................................................................................
Toggle50................................................................................................................................................................
Conference51................................................................................................................................................................
Three Party Call51................................................................................................................................................................
Conference With More Than Three Participants52................................................................................................................................................................
Parking56................................................................................................................................................................
Common Hold57................................................................................................................................................................
Suffix Dialing58................................................................................................................................................................
Flash On Analog Trunk58................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving A Call On Hold59................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code59................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls62................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Calls62................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call On Hold63................................................................................................................................................................
Pickup64................................................................................................................................................................
Group64................................................................................................................................................................
Individual64................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding65................................................................................................................................................................
Internal65................................................................................................................................................................
External66................................................................................................................................................................
When There Is No Answer66................................................................................................................................................................
For Fax/did67................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional68................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Call Forwarding69................................................................................................................................................................
Do Not Disturb70................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail71................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)72................................................................................................................................................................
Mwi For System Telephones72................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Receipt Of An Internal Mwi74................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Mailbox75................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Forwarding75................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving A Message76................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Voice Mail (evm)77................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Greeting Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Mailbox Activation78................................................................................................................................................................
Checking You Personal Mailbox79................................................................................................................................................................
Second Attendant80................................................................................................................................................................
Groups81................................................................................................................................................................
Call Groups (cg)81................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Groups (hg)81................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Group (hg) And Call Group (cg) Login And Logout82................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Groups84................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Group Login/logout84................................................................................................................................................................
Select And Confirm84................................................................................................................................................................
Available/unavailable Agent For A Ucd Group86................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Agent In Service/out Of Service87................................................................................................................................................................
Show Queue Size To Ucd Agent88................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring88................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Extension89................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions90................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Password For The Electronic Lock90................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Lock91................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold92................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Signal When Extension Is Busy92................................................................................................................................................................
Language/country Settings94................................................................................................................................................................
Relay96................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Status Check97................................................................................................................................................................
Acknowledging/deactivating A General Alarm97................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling A General Alarm98................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock98................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Time Reminders98................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting/checking A Scheduled Time Reminder99................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Time Reminder Call99................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock/announcement Association100................................................................................................................................................................
Cos (class Of Service) Changeover101................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection102................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting Signaling Tone103................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Deactivation103................................................................................................................................................................
Room Monitor104................................................................................................................................................................
Night Service106................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding When There Is No Answer On A Digital Line107................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone – Door Opener108................................................................................................................................................................
Activating System Programming110................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration110................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Received112................................................................................................................................................................
Assigned Group112................................................................................................................................................................
Executive/secretary Function113................................................................................................................................................................
Redial113................................................................................................................................................................
Call Charge Consultation114................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Keys115................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Programming The Keys115................................................................................................................................................................
Features For Programmable Keys116................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Procedure Key118................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Key Labels119................................................................................................................................................................
End Key119................................................................................................................................................................
Only On The Hipath 1100 Manager120................................................................................................................................................................
Storing A Phone Number In A Programmable Key121................................................................................................................................................................
Date And Time Settings123................................................................................................................................................................
Admin Of Extensions Names124................................................................................................................................................................
Pabx Trace Log126................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines127................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding On An Isdn Line127................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous Caller Id (trace)129................................................................................................................................................................
Clir129................................................................................................................................................................
Using Features Provided By A Carrier Over An Isdn Network130................................................................................................................................................................
Practical Guide131................................................................................................................................................................
Care Of The Telephone131................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting131................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages132................................................................................................................................................................
Display Messages133................................................................................................................................................................
Index134................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories138................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Codes139................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols139................................................................................................................................................................
Features140................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephone Functions140................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line141................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Making Calls141................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Receiving Calls144................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Group Functions148................................................................................................................................................................
Sub-pabx149................................................................................................................................................................
Functions For Isdn Lines149................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual (137 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 1.55 MB
Table of contents
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
About This User Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes3................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Manual9................................................................................................................................................................
Display Indications10................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Keys11................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Feature12................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Code12................................................................................................................................................................
Directly12................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Service Menu12................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Programmable Key13................................................................................................................................................................
System Support Technician13................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 Features14................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations14................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan14................................................................................................................................................................
Profiset 3030 Keys15................................................................................................................................................................
System Signaling Tones15................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Making Calls17................................................................................................................................................................
Making Calls17................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Handset18................................................................................................................................................................
With The Handset On The Hook18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Speakerphone18................................................................................................................................................................
Using Automatic Seizure Of An Activated External Line19................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Group Of External Lines19................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Speakerphone20................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Handset20................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker20................................................................................................................................................................
Ending A Call20................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of A Specific Line21................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook/speed Dialing21................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dialing21................................................................................................................................................................
Individual Speed Dialing21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Speed Dialing22................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Individual Speed Dialing22................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Search25................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Lists26................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Reservation29................................................................................................................................................................
For Internet Access30................................................................................................................................................................
Recall31................................................................................................................................................................
Override33................................................................................................................................................................
Silent Monitoring33................................................................................................................................................................
Urgent Call/recall When Busy34................................................................................................................................................................
Hotline35................................................................................................................................................................
Warmline35................................................................................................................................................................
Calling An Attendant Console (ac)35................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Communication Call36................................................................................................................................................................
Handsfree Answerback37................................................................................................................................................................
Lcr Bypass38................................................................................................................................................................
Timer For Outgoing External Calls40................................................................................................................................................................
Timeout For External Calls40................................................................................................................................................................
View Timeout41................................................................................................................................................................
Disa42................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Temporary Msn To Make A Call43................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls44................................................................................................................................................................
Consultation44................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer45................................................................................................................................................................
Toggle46................................................................................................................................................................
Conference47................................................................................................................................................................
Three Party Call47................................................................................................................................................................
Conference With More Than Three Participants48................................................................................................................................................................
End A Conference51................................................................................................................................................................
Parking52................................................................................................................................................................
General Parking53................................................................................................................................................................
Suffix Dialing54................................................................................................................................................................
Flash On Analog Trunk54................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving A Call On Hold55................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code55................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls57................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Calls57................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call On Hold58................................................................................................................................................................
Pickup59................................................................................................................................................................
Group59................................................................................................................................................................
Individual60................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding60................................................................................................................................................................
Internal60................................................................................................................................................................
External61................................................................................................................................................................
When There Is No Answer61................................................................................................................................................................
For Fax/did62................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional63................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Call Forwarding64................................................................................................................................................................
Do Not Disturb65................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail65................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)67................................................................................................................................................................
Mwi For System Telephones67................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Receipt Of An Internal Mwi68................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Access69................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Forwarding70................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving A Message70................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Voice Mail (evm)70................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Greeting Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Mailbox Activation72................................................................................................................................................................
Checking You Personal Mailbox72................................................................................................................................................................
Second Attendant74................................................................................................................................................................
Groups74................................................................................................................................................................
Call Groups (cg)74................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Groups (hg)75................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Group (hg) And Call Group (cg) Login And Logout75................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Groups77................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Group Login/logout78................................................................................................................................................................
Select And Confirm78................................................................................................................................................................
Available/unavailable Agent For A Ucd Group79................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Agent In Service Out Of Service80................................................................................................................................................................
Show Queue Size To Ucd Agent81................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring81................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Extension82................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions83................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Password For The Electronic Lock83................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Lock83................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold84................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Signal When Extension Is Busy85................................................................................................................................................................
Language/country Settings86................................................................................................................................................................
Relay88................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Status Check88................................................................................................................................................................
Activating/disabling A General Alarm89................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling A General Alarm90................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock90................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Time Reminders90................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting/checking A Scheduled Time Reminder91................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Time Reminder Call91................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock/announcement Association92................................................................................................................................................................
Cos (class Of Service) Changeover92................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection93................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting Signaling Tone94................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling A Feature95................................................................................................................................................................
Room Monitor95................................................................................................................................................................
Night Service96................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding When There Is No Answer On A Digital Line97................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone - Door Opener98................................................................................................................................................................
Activating System Programming99................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Mf Telephone100................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 System Manager Application101................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Received102................................................................................................................................................................
Associated Group102................................................................................................................................................................
Call Charge Consultation102................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Keys103................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Programming The Keys103................................................................................................................................................................
Features For Programmable Keys104................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Procedure Key106................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Key Labels107................................................................................................................................................................
End Key109................................................................................................................................................................
Only On The Hipath 1100 Manager110................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Keypad110................................................................................................................................................................
Headphone110................................................................................................................................................................
Storing A Phone Number In A Programmable Key111................................................................................................................................................................
Date And Time Settings112................................................................................................................................................................
Pabx Trace Log112................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines114................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding On A Digital Line114................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous Caller Id (trace)116................................................................................................................................................................
Clir116................................................................................................................................................................
Using Features Provided By A Carrier On Isdn Lines117................................................................................................................................................................
Practical Guide118................................................................................................................................................................
Care Of The Telephone118................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting118................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages119................................................................................................................................................................
Display Messages120................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Display Messages120................................................................................................................................................................
Index121................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Codes125................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols125................................................................................................................................................................
Features126................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephone Functions126................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line127................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Group Functions134................................................................................................................................................................
Satellite Pabx135................................................................................................................................................................
Functions For Isdn Lines135................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual (127 pages)

Siemens Telephone System User Manual  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone System | Size: 3.96 MB
Table of contents
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
About This User Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes3................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Reference Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel: Optipoint 500/basic/standard/economy9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel: Optipoint 500 Advance Optipoint Key Module10................................................................................................................................................................
Back Panel: Optipoint 50011................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Manual12................................................................................................................................................................
Display Message/prompts13................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Feature13................................................................................................................................................................
Directly13................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Service Menu13................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Programmable Key14................................................................................................................................................................
System Support Technician14................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 Features15................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations15................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan15................................................................................................................................................................
Optipoint 500 Properties And Connection Options16................................................................................................................................................................
System Signaling Tones17................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Making Calls18................................................................................................................................................................
Making Calls18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Handset18................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Speakerphone19................................................................................................................................................................
With The Headset19................................................................................................................................................................
With The Handset On The Hook19................................................................................................................................................................
An Active External Line20................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Group Of External Lines20................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Speakerphone21................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Handset21................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To A Headset21................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker22................................................................................................................................................................
Ending A Call22................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of A Specific Line23................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Dialing23................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Individual Speed Dialing24................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Search27................................................................................................................................................................
Caller Lists29................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Reservation31................................................................................................................................................................
For Internet Access32................................................................................................................................................................
Recall32................................................................................................................................................................
Override34................................................................................................................................................................
Silent Monitoring35................................................................................................................................................................
Urgent Call/recall When Busy35................................................................................................................................................................
Hotline36................................................................................................................................................................
Warmline36................................................................................................................................................................
Calling An Attendant Console (ac)37................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Communication Call37................................................................................................................................................................
Speakerphone Auto-answering Mode38................................................................................................................................................................
Timer For Outgoing External Calls41................................................................................................................................................................
Disa41................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Temporary Msn To Make A Call43................................................................................................................................................................
Call44................................................................................................................................................................
Consultation44................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer45................................................................................................................................................................
Toggle47................................................................................................................................................................
Conference47................................................................................................................................................................
Parking48................................................................................................................................................................
Suffix Dialing49................................................................................................................................................................
Flash On External Analog Line49................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Call On Hold50................................................................................................................................................................
Cost Code50................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Receiving Calls51................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Calls51................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call On Hold52................................................................................................................................................................
Pickup53................................................................................................................................................................
Group53................................................................................................................................................................
Individual54................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding55................................................................................................................................................................
Internal55................................................................................................................................................................
External55................................................................................................................................................................
When There Is No Answer56................................................................................................................................................................
For Fax/did57................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional58................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating Call Forwarding59................................................................................................................................................................
Do Not Disturb60................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail61................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)62................................................................................................................................................................
Mwi For System Telephones62................................................................................................................................................................
Activating The Reception Of An Internal Mwi64................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Your Mailbox64................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Forwarding65................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving A Message65................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Voice Mail (evm)66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Personal Mailbox67................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Mailbox Activation67................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Your Personal Voice Mailbox68................................................................................................................................................................
Second Attendant69................................................................................................................................................................
Groups70................................................................................................................................................................
Call Groups (cg)70................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Groups (hg)70................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Group (hg) And Call Group (cg) Login And Logout71................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Groups73................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Group Login/logout73................................................................................................................................................................
Available/unavailable Agent For A Ucd Group75................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Agent In Service/out Of Service75................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring76................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Extension76................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions77................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Password For The Electronic Lock77................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Lock77................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold78................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Signal When Extension Is Busy79................................................................................................................................................................
Language/country Settings79................................................................................................................................................................
Relay81................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Status Check82................................................................................................................................................................
Acknowledging/deactivating A General Alarm83................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating A General Alarm83................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock83................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Time Reminders84................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting/checking A Scheduled Time Reminder85................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Time Reminder Call85................................................................................................................................................................
Cos (class Of Service) Changeover86................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection86................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting Signaling Tone87................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating A Feature87................................................................................................................................................................
Room Monitor88................................................................................................................................................................
To Activate88................................................................................................................................................................
Night Service89................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding When There Is No Answer On A For Digital Lines90................................................................................................................................................................
Door Opener91................................................................................................................................................................
Activating System Programming91................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration92................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Received93................................................................................................................................................................
Associated Group94................................................................................................................................................................
Redial94................................................................................................................................................................
Call Charge Consultation95................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Keys96................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Programming The Keys96................................................................................................................................................................
Features For Programmable Keys97................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Procedure Key99................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Key Labels100................................................................................................................................................................
End Key100................................................................................................................................................................
Only On The Hipath 1100 Manager101................................................................................................................................................................
Headset102................................................................................................................................................................
Storing A Phone Number In A Programmable Key104................................................................................................................................................................
Date And Time Settings105................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines106................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding On A Digital Line106................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation Of Call Forwarding107................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous Caller Id (call Trace)108................................................................................................................................................................
Restriction For Sending Msn108................................................................................................................................................................
Using Features Provided By A Carrier Over An Isdn Network109................................................................................................................................................................
Practical Guide110................................................................................................................................................................
Care Of The Telephone110................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting110................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages111................................................................................................................................................................
Display Messages112................................................................................................................................................................
Index113................................................................................................................................................................
Terminals, Adapters And Accessories117................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Codes118................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols118................................................................................................................................................................
Features119................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephone Features119................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line119................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls121................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls122................................................................................................................................................................
Satellite Pabx125................................................................................................................................................................
Functions For Isdn Lines125................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 User Manual (99 pages)

Analog  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 1.15 MB
Table of contents
Introduction2................................................................................................................................................................
About This User Manual2................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes3................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Manual8................................................................................................................................................................
System Support Technician8................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Function9................................................................................................................................................................
With Multifrequency (mf) Analog Telephones9................................................................................................................................................................
With Dial Pulse (dp) Analog Telephones9................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 Features10................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations10................................................................................................................................................................
Numbering Plan10................................................................................................................................................................
System Signaling Tones11................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Making Calls12................................................................................................................................................................
Making Calls12................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Handset12................................................................................................................................................................
Using Automatic Seizure Of An Activated External Line12................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Group Of External Lines13................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of A Specific Line14................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook/speed Dial14................................................................................................................................................................
System Speed Dial14................................................................................................................................................................
Individual Speed Dialing15................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Individual Speed Dialing Feature15................................................................................................................................................................
External Line Reservation16................................................................................................................................................................
For Internet Access16................................................................................................................................................................
Callback18................................................................................................................................................................
Override19................................................................................................................................................................
Silent Monitoring19................................................................................................................................................................
Urgent Call/recall When Busy20................................................................................................................................................................
Hotline20................................................................................................................................................................
Warmline21................................................................................................................................................................
Calling An Attendant Console (ac)21................................................................................................................................................................
Handsfree Answerback22................................................................................................................................................................
Lcr Bypass24................................................................................................................................................................
Timer For Outgoing External Calls26................................................................................................................................................................
Disa27................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Temporary Msn To Make A Call28................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls29................................................................................................................................................................
Consultation29................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer30................................................................................................................................................................
Toggle31................................................................................................................................................................
Conference31................................................................................................................................................................
Three Party Call31................................................................................................................................................................
Conference With More Than Three Participants32................................................................................................................................................................
Parking35................................................................................................................................................................
Suffix Dialing36................................................................................................................................................................
Flash On Analog Trunk36................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Call On Hold37................................................................................................................................................................
Account Code37................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used For Receiving Calls39................................................................................................................................................................
Answering Calls39................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call On Hold39................................................................................................................................................................
Pickup40................................................................................................................................................................
Group40................................................................................................................................................................
Individual41................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding41................................................................................................................................................................
Internal41................................................................................................................................................................
External42................................................................................................................................................................
When There Is No Answer42................................................................................................................................................................
For Fax/did43................................................................................................................................................................
Conditional44................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Call Forwarding45................................................................................................................................................................
Do Not Disturb46................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail47................................................................................................................................................................
Message Waiting Indicator (mwi)48................................................................................................................................................................
Mwi For Analog Telephones48................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Receipt Of An Internal Mwi49................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Access50................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Mail Forwarding50................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving A Message50................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Voice Mail (evm)51................................................................................................................................................................
Mailbox Greeting Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Personal Mailbox Activation52................................................................................................................................................................
Checking You Personal Mailbox53................................................................................................................................................................
Second Attendant54................................................................................................................................................................
Groups54................................................................................................................................................................
Call Groups (cg)54................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Groups (hg)55................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Group (hg) And Call Group (cg) Login And Logout55................................................................................................................................................................
Hunt Group (hg) And Call Group (cg) Login55................................................................................................................................................................
And Logout55................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Groups56................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Group Login/logout57................................................................................................................................................................
Available/unavailable Agent For A Ucd Group58................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Agent In Service Out Of Service59................................................................................................................................................................
Collect Call Barring60................................................................................................................................................................
Overflow Extension60................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions61................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Password For The Electronic Lock61................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Lock62................................................................................................................................................................
Music On Hold63................................................................................................................................................................
Busy Signal When Extension Is Busy63................................................................................................................................................................
Language/country Settings64................................................................................................................................................................
Relay66................................................................................................................................................................
Activating/disabling A General Alarm67................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling A General Alarm67................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock68................................................................................................................................................................
Daily68................................................................................................................................................................
Daily Except Weekends68................................................................................................................................................................
After A Specified Time69................................................................................................................................................................
For A Specified Day And Time69................................................................................................................................................................
Cancel69................................................................................................................................................................
Cos (class Of Service) Changeover70................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection71................................................................................................................................................................
Call Waiting Signaling Tone71................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating A Feature72................................................................................................................................................................
Room Monitor72................................................................................................................................................................
Night Service73................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding Of Calls Not Answered On A Digital Line74................................................................................................................................................................
Entrance Telephone - Door Opener75................................................................................................................................................................
Activating System Programming76................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Configuration77................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Mf Telephone77................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hipath 1100 Manager Application78................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Time Detection For Extensions78................................................................................................................................................................
Pabx Trace Log79................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines80................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding On A Digital Line80................................................................................................................................................................
Immediate Call Forwarding For Msn80................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forward No Answer, For Msn81................................................................................................................................................................
Call Forwarding - Busy, For Msn81................................................................................................................................................................
Anonymous Caller Id (trace)82................................................................................................................................................................
Clir83................................................................................................................................................................
Using Features Provided By A Carrier On Isdn Lines84................................................................................................................................................................
Practical Guide85................................................................................................................................................................
Care Of The Telephone85................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting85................................................................................................................................................................
Index86................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Codes89................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols89................................................................................................................................................................
Features90................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line90................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls93................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Group Functions97................................................................................................................................................................
Satellite Pabx97................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 Instruction Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Instruction Manual (29 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 0.76 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Recomendações Para A Instalação3................................................................................................................................................................
Instalação4................................................................................................................................................................
Telefones De Sistema5................................................................................................................................................................
Telefone De Sistema E 821 St6................................................................................................................................................................
Teclas De Funções7................................................................................................................................................................
Ajustes Do Telefone8................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre Da Campainha9................................................................................................................................................................
Recomendaciones Para La Instalación11................................................................................................................................................................
Instalación12................................................................................................................................................................
Teléfonos De Sistema13................................................................................................................................................................
Teléfono De Sistema E 821 St14................................................................................................................................................................
Teclas De Funciones15................................................................................................................................................................
Ajustes Básicos16................................................................................................................................................................
Timbre De La Campanilla17................................................................................................................................................................
Modo De Selección18................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Recommendations19................................................................................................................................................................
Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephones21................................................................................................................................................................
E 821 St System Telephone22................................................................................................................................................................
Function Keys23................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Volume24................................................................................................................................................................
Ringing Tone25................................................................................................................................................................
Loudspeaker Volume25................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 Quick Reference Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Quick Reference Manual (10 pages)

Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 0.73 MB
Table of contents
Numbering Plan2................................................................................................................................................................
Display Indications3................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Keys3................................................................................................................................................................
System Telephone Functions3................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line4................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Making Calls4................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls5................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls6................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Code6................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions7................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock8................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Group Functions8................................................................................................................................................................
Satellite Pabx9................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines9................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens HiPath 1150 Quick Reference Manual

Siemens HiPath 1150 Quick Reference Manual (9 pages)

Analog telephones DTMF and DP  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Telephone | Size: 0.67 MB
Table of contents
Numbering Plan2................................................................................................................................................................
Seizure Of An External Line2................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Making Calls3................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used During Calls4................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Used When Receiving Calls4................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions5................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Clock6................................................................................................................................................................
Ucd Subscriber Group Functions7................................................................................................................................................................
Satellite Pabx7................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions For Isdn Lines7................................................................................................................................................................

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