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Nortel Norstar-PLUS Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide
Installer Guide Line Access Set 4221 L250: Ring only Line pool access Line pool B Line pool M To New York: Routing service Route 001 Use Pool M DialOut None DestCode 2 Absorb None Normal rte 001 To Toronto: Routing service Route 002 Use Pool B DialOut None DestCode 6 Absorb None Normal rte 002 Remote access Rem access pkgs 01 Line pool access Pool M: ON Rem access pkgs 02 Line pool access Pool B: ON Line abilities 049 Remote pkg 01 Line abilities 050 Remote pkg 02 Heading Parameter Setting 70 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 If a user in New York wishes to call Toronto within the network, they dial 6221. The local Norstar checks the number against the routing tables and routes the call according to the destination code 6, which places the call using Route 001. When the DialOut is added to the number by the New York system, the call appears on the auto answer line on the Norstar in Santa Clara as 6-221. Toronto: Trk/Line Data Line 053 E&M Ans Mode Auto Line type Pool N Line 260 Target line Rec’d # 6221 Line Access Set 6221 L260: Ring only Line pool access Line pool N To New York: Routing service Route 001 Use Pool N DialOut None DestCode 4 Absorb None Normal rte 001 To Santa Clara: Routing service DestCode 2 Absorb None Normal rte 001 Heading Parameter Setting Networking features / 71 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Because 6 is also a destination code on the Santa Clara system, another call is placed using route 002 from Santa Clara. This call arrives at the Toronto system, where the digits 6-221 are interpreted as a target line received number. The call will now alert at telephone 6221 in Toronto. Dialing plans with shared line pools Using routes and destination codes is a powerful and efficient way to create a transparent dialing plan. Line pools offer an alternate method of creating a dialing plan or supplementing the routing and destination codes. If the Norstar systems are close to each other geographically, you can conserve resources by not duplicating access. For example, system A, B, and C are all within the same area code. System A has a line pool to Santa Clara, System B has a line pool to Montreal, and system C has a line pool to Miami. A Norstar user in system A can reach Miami by calling system C and using their line pool to Miami. To simplify access between Norstar systems, all line pools that go to the same destination should have the same line pool access code. For example, system A and system B both have a line pool to Ottawa. You can configure both systems with the same line pool access code for the Ottawa line pool. A dialing plan similar to the one in the following figure will let you create a company directory that uses line pool access codes and unique DNs of a uniform length. 72 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 For instance, the person on system A at telephone 234 can press an Intercom button and dial 7434. This means that telephone 234 has dialed the line pool access code of the trunk to system C, and will receive the dial tone of system C. The digits 434 then map to the Received number 434, and ring telephone 434 with an appearance of the associated target line. Tips - Network calls that use routes are subject to any restriction filters that are in effect. POOL A (6) POOL B (7) POOL C (8) Norstar system A POOL A (5) POOL B (8) POOL C (7) Norstar system B POOL A (5) POOL B (6) POOL C (7) Norstar system D POOL A (6) POOL B (5) POOL C (8) Norstar system C Netwk #: 5234 Rec'd #: 234 Internal #: 234 Netwk #: 6334 Rec'd #: 334 Internal #: 334 Netwk #: 8534 Rec'd #: 534 Internal #: 534 Netwk #: 7434 Rec'd #: 434 Internal #: 434 E&M E&M E&M E&M E&M E&M Networking features / 73 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide For dialing plan information with PRI, see Using a dialing plan to route outgoing PRI calls on page 283. PRI Networking with Meridian 1 This example shows a private network composed of one central Meridian 1, and two smaller sites with Norstar systems. This could represent a large head office (with the Meridian 1) connected to several smaller branch offices. In this network, only the head office has trunks connected to the public network. The branch offices access the public network via the private connection to the head office. This configuration allows for cost savings by consolidating the public access trunks. Users at all three locations access the public network by dialing Ô9Õ, followed by the public number. For example, a user in the west end branch might dial 9-555- 1212 (for a local call) or 9-1-613-555-1212 (for a long distance call). These public calls are routed to the Meridian 1 If the telephone used to make a network call has an appearance of a line used by the route, the call will move from the intercom button to the line button. The telephone used to make a network call must have access to the line pool used by the route. Network calls are external calls, even though they are dialed as if they were internal calls. Only the features and capabilities available to external calls can be used. When programming a button to dial a Network number automatically (autodial), network calls must be treated as external numbers, even though they resemble internal set numbers. Routes generally define the path between your Norstar switch and another switch in your network, not other individual telephones on that switch. 74 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 by the Norstar routing table. Routing tables at the Meridian 1 will then select an appropriate public facility for the call. Private network calls are made by dialing a 4-digit private network DN. For example, if a user in the west end branch wishes to call a user in the east end branch within the private network, they dial 6221. Meridian 1 Meridian 1 West-end Branch East-end Branch Network #: 2221 Rec'd #: 2221 Internal #: 2221 Network #: 6221 Rec'd #: 6221 Internal #: 6221 Meridian M1 PRI (SL-1) PRI (SL-1) DN: 4221 Central Office PRI (public protocol) Networking features / 75 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Heading Parameter Setting West End: Hardware Card 1 PRI Protocol SL-1 BchanSeq Ascend ClockSrc Primary Trk/Line Data Line 245 Target line Rec’d # 2221 Line Access Set 2221 L245:Ring only Line pool access Line pool PRI-A To Head Office: Routing Service Route 001 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Private DestCode 4 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To East End: Routing Service DestCode 6 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To Public Network: Routing Service Route 002 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Public DestCode 9 76 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Normal rte 002 Absorb 0 East End: Hardware Card 1 PRI Protocol SL-1 BchanSeq Ascend ClockSrc Primary Trk/Line Data Line 245 Target line Rec’d # 6221 Line Access Set 6221 L245:Ring only Line pool access Line pool PRI-A To Head Office: Routing Service Route 001 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Private DestCode 4 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To West End: Routing Service DestCode 2 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To Public Network: Routing Service Route 002 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Public DestCode 9 Heading Parameter Setting Networking features / 77 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Additional Configuration: In this example, outgoing public network calls dialed from a Norstar set are passed to the Meridian M1, and the Meridian M1 is responsible for seizing a public trunk. For this reason, the Ô9Õ prefix is left in the number passed to the Meridian 1. This necessitates that the Public DN lengths table on each Norstar be modified to account for the extra leading digit. Essentially, the eight pre-configured entries are modified to include a leading Ô9Õ in the prefix digits, and the length value for each entry is increased by one. The new entries are listed below. Meridian M1 Configuration: ¥ Meridian M1 is the timing master for the private network PRI connections. Normal rte 002 Absorb 0 Prefix Length Default 8 90 12 900 13 901 18 9011 19 91 12 9411 4 9911 4 Heading Parameter Setting 78 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 ¥ Meridian M1 uses descending mode for PRI B-channel selection. ¥ The Meridian M1 must recognize calls dialed to 2xxx and 6xxx numbers, and route the call over PRI to either the East or West end offices. The same applies to incoming DID calls from the public network. ¥ The Meridian M1 must recognize numbers starting with Ô9Õ as public numbers, whether the numbers are dialed by Meridian M1 users or by Norstar users. Call-by-Call Services Example This example highlights the use of PRI Call-by-Call Services. It shows two offices of a company, one in New York and one in Toronto. Each office is equipped with a Norstar system and a PRI line. Each office has to handle incoming and outgoing calls to the public network. In addition, employees at each office often have to call colleagues in the other office. To reduce long-distance costs, and to allow for a coordinated Networking features / 79 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide dialing plan between the offices, private (tie) lines are used to handle inter-office traffic. If call-by-call services were not used, each Norstar system might have to be equipped with the following trunks: ¥ 12 DID lines needed to handle peak incoming call traffic. ¥ 8 Tie (E&M) lines needed to handle inter-office calls. ¥ 8 lines needed to handle outgoing public calls The total required is thus 28 lines. If the Norstar systems were using T1 trunks, then two T1 spans would be required at each office. Note that the total of 28 lines represents the worst case value for line usage. In reality, the total number of lines in use at any one time will generally be less than 28. For example, during periods of peak incoming call traffic, the demand for outgoing lines will be low. With PRI call-by-call services, it is not necessary to configure a fixed allocation of trunks. Each of the 23 lines on the PRI can Toronto Office New York Office Network #: 2221 Rec'd #: 2221 Internal #: 2221 DID #: 763-2221 Network #: 6221 Rec'd #: 6221 Internal #: 6221 DID #:562-6221 Central Office Central Office PRI PRI Public Network Tie Connection 80 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 be used for DID, Tie, or outgoing public calls. This consolidation means that it may be possible for each office to use a single PRI span, rather than two T1 spans. With PRI callby- call services, the only limitation is that there are no more than 23 calls in progress at any one time. The dialing plan at each Norstar site is configured to determine the call type based on the digits dialed by the user. If a user in Toronto wishes to dial a colleague in New York, they dial the 4-digit private DN (such as 6221). The dialing plan recognizes this as a private network DN, and routes the call using Tie service with a private numbering plan. Incoming Tie calls are routed to sets based on the digits received by the network, which in this case will be the 4-digit private DN. If a user in either location wishes to dial an external number, they dial Ô9Õ, followed by the number (such as 9-555-1212). The dialing plan recognizes this as a public DN, and routes the call using Public service. Incoming DID calls will be routed to sets based on the trailing portion of the digits received by the network. For example, if a public network user dials an employee in the Toronto office, the network will deliver digits 4167632221. Norstar will route the call using the last four digits, 2221. Networking features / 81 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Norstar Configuration Heading Parameter Setting Toronto: Hardware Card 1 PRI Protocol NI-2 Trk/Line Data Line 245 Target line Rec’d # 2221 Line Access Set 2221 L245:Ring only Line pool access Line pool PRI-A To New York: Routing Service Route 001 DIalOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A SrvcType Tie ServiceID 1 DN type Private DestCode 6 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To Public Network: Routing Service Route 002 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Public DestCode 9 Normal rte 002 Absorb ALL New York: Hardware Card 1 PRI Protocol NI-2 82 / Networking features Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Trk/Line Data Line 245 Target line Rec’d # 6221 Line Access Set 6221 L245:Ring only Line pool access Line pool PRI-A To Toronto: Routing Service Route 001 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A SrvcType Tie ServiceID 1 DN type Private DestCode 2 Normal rte 001 Absorb 0 To Public Network: Routing Service Route 002 DialOut No numbr Use Pool PRI-A DN type Public DestCode 9 Normal rte 002 Absorb ALL Heading Parameter Setting Customer Use / 83 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Customer Use This section shows sample configurations for different types of network access. Each example has four parts: ¥ A scenario explains the caller’s goal and what is required to achieve it. ¥ A diagram shows the network configuration that supports the application. ¥ A list shows the Norstar hardware required to support the configuration. ¥ Tables show the programming required. Only those settings that are important to network access are described here. Public network Call one or more Norstar telephones Ms. Nelson is a bank customer who has a question for an accountant. She dials the telephone number that maps onto target line 203. All of the accountantÕs telephones ring. target line 203 accountant (telephone 226) accountant (telephone 225) target line 203 central office DID trunk cartridges Ms. Nelson DID Norstar 84 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with a DID Trunk Cartridge, or a DTI with lines programmed as DID. Call Norstar and select tie lines to a private network A manager in Georgia wants to use the tie lines at headquarters to call Washington. He dials a telephone number that maps onto the DISA DN, enters a Class of Service (COS) password, then dials a line pool access code to select a tie line to Washington. Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with a DID Trunk Cartridge, two E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridges (for the three trunks in the line pool to Washington) or a DTI with one DID line and three E&M lines. Heading Parameter Setting Trk/Line Data Rec'd # Line 051 4321 (for Line 203) DID Rec'd # length Rec'd # length 4 digits (can be from 2 to 7 digits, but must match number of digits sent by central office) Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 049 DID Access codes DISA DN 5321 E&M line pool to Washington DID and E&M/DISA trunk cartridges Manager (in Georgia) central office DID Norstar Customer Use / 85 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Call Norstar and select lines to the public network Gord wants to make a long-distance business call from home. To avoid being charged, he dials the telephone number that maps onto the Auto DN at work. After hearing the dial tone, Gord dials a line pool access code to select a line to the public network. He then dials the long-distance number. Rec'd # length Rec'd # length 4 digits (can be from 2 to 7 digits, but must match number of digits sent by central office) Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 053 Line type E&M Pool F Access codes Line pool F 6 (up to 4 digits) COS pswds Define restrictions. Define remote access pkgs. Assign a restriction filter to the line. Assign COS passwords and filters for each Class of Service. Heading Parameter Setting central office central office Norstar Gord at home line pool DID business client 86 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with a DID Trunk Cartridge or DTI with several DID lines. Private network Call one or more Norstar telephones The production supervisor in Houston selects the less expensive company tie line to call the manager at the Administration office in Dallas. Once the line is selected, the production supervisor dials the digits that will map onto the target line of the manager in Dallas. Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 049 DID Access codes Auto DN 4321 Rec'd # length Rec'd # length 4 digits (can be from 2 to 7 digits, but must match number of digits sent by central office) Lines /Restrictions and Remote access Define restriction filters. Define remote access packages. Assign a remote restriction and remote package to the line. Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 001 Line type Loop Pool A Access codes Line pool A 1234 Lines /Restrictions Assign a restriction filter to the line. Customer Use / 87 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with an E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridge or a DTI with an E&M line. Call Norstar and select tie lines to other nodes in the private network At a branch office, Joan selects a tie line to the main office downtown. After hearing the dial tone, she dials a line pool access code to select another tie line to a branch office in the Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Rec'd # Line 049 Ans Mode 4321(for target line 243) E&M Auto Rec'd # length Rec'd # length 4 digits (can be from 2 to 7 digits, but must match number of digits sent by central office) E&M PBX in Houston Manager in Dallas Norstar target line 243 88 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 next state. Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with two E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridges (for the three lines in the line pool and the one incoming line) or a DTI with four E&M lines. Call Norstar and select lines to the public network Liz in Memphis, needs to call long-distance to a client in New York. She selects a tie-line to the branch office in New York. After hearing the dial tone, she dials a line pool access code to Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 049 Ans mode E&M Auto Under Lines / Restrictions and Remote access Define restriction filters. Define remote access packages. Assign a remote restriction and remote package to the trunk. Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 050 Line type E&M Pool D Access codes Line pool D 71 (can be from 1 to 4 digits) Lines /Restrictions Assign a restriction filter to the trunk. Norstar E&M E&M line pool to next state key system Joan at branch office Customer Use / 89 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide select a line to the public network. Then, she dials the client’s number as a local call. Hardware: ICS, a Trunk Module with an E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridge or DTI with an E&M line. Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 049 Ans mode E&M Auto Under Lines / Restrictions and Remote access Define restriction filters and remote access packages. Assign a remote restriction and remote package to the trunk. Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 001 Line type Loop Pool B Access codes Line pool B 73 (can be 1 to 4 digits) Lines /Restrictions Assign a restriction filter to the line. key system Norstar central office Liz in Memphis client in Toronto E&M Loop start Toronto Liz in Memphis client in New York New York 90 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Norstar system Select E&M trunks to the private network For a confidential call, the Montana sales manager presses the line button for a private E&M trunk to the Oregon office. This automatically alerts at the line appearance on the telephone of the Oregon sales manager. Hardware: (for both systems) ICS, a Trunk Module with an E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridge or a DTI with an E&M line. Heading Parameter Setting Montana: Outgoing trunk: Trunk Data (Line 049) Line Data (Line 049) Line Line type E&M Private to 372 E&M Montana Sales Manager (telephone 372) Oregon Sales Manager (telephone 641) Norstar Norstar Customer Use / 91 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Norstar Line Redirection feature The branch office is receiving more calls than it can handle, so it redirects one of its lines to the main office. All calls that come in on target line 232 will be routed out on line 003 to the main office. Whenever a call is redirected, the target line and outgoing line will be busy for the duration of the call. Hardware: ICS, an E&M/DISA Trunk Cartridge if the incoming trunk is E&M or a DID Trunk Cartridge if the incoming trunk is DID, or a DTI with one E&M line or one DID line. Oregon: Incoming trunk: Trunk Data (Line 057) Line Ans mode Line type E&M Manual Private to 641 Heading Parameter Setting Norstar Norstar incoming call target line 232 line 3 redirected call branch office main office 92 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Tips - Any line appearance on a telephone can be selected as the incoming line to be redirected. Restriction filter restrictions on the line are checked against the filter in effect at the time a call is redirected not when redirection is programmed. A target line can not be selected as the outgoing line for redirection. The incoming trunk must have disconnect supervision. Heading Parameter Setting Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 001: Loop Trunk mode: Super Ans mode: Auto OR Line 049: DID OR Line 053: E&M Ans mode: Auto Rec'd #: 4321 (for target line 232) Incoming trunk: Trk/Line Data Rec'd # length Rec'd # length: 4 digits (can be from 2 to 7 digits, but must match number of digits sent by central office) Rec'd # length Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Line 003: Loop OR Line 054: E&M Outgoing trunk: Trk/Line Data Capabilities Allow redirect: Y Capabilities Customer Use / 93 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide PRI dialing plan example for 2-way DID The following list shows the steps involved in configuring a dialing plan for two-way DID which uses a Public service. In this example the user will be dialing the prefix 8 to place a call over a PRI line. Note: Call-by-call is not needed to have two-way DID. ¥ in Hardware programming, configure the DTI card (PRI) to use a Public protocol ¥ for incoming calls you need to program target lines to match the DID digit that is being received on the PRI interface ¥ set Dial Out to None ¥ select PRI-A as the line pool ¥ set SrvcType to Public ¥ in Services programming access Routing Service to enter a Destination Code (8 in this example) ¥ set the Absorb Length to All ¥ the set that you are dialing out from must have access to the PRI Pool (programmed in Terminals/Sets) ¥ define recÕd digits for target lines ¥ define limits for incoming and outgoing public calls, see Programming Call by Call Limits on page 334 Static DID and 2-way DID When configuring static DID with 2-way service, the channels programmed as DID at the CO must be the lowest B-channels on the PRI. On your Norstar system, the BchanSeq mode must be set to descending. In this configuration, all calls on the PRI must be Public service. 94 / Customer Use Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 For example, channels 1 to 4 are configured as DID at the CO. The CO uses ascending mode for B-channel selection, and the ICS uses descending mode. P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Data Solutions Examples of ISDN Scenarios For information on various ISDN scenarios that may help you to decide on the data solution that is best for you, refer to the following web site: http://www.nortel.com/norstar-itas and go to the TIPS link on this web site. You will need your user name and access code. If you do not already have access to this site, go to the web site: http://www.nortel.com/norstar-itas for information on how to get access to this site. IDM200 interworkings Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 The ICS allows the IDM 200 to share T1 connections between voice calls and data traffic from 12 ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) attached data devices such as personal computers, workstations and servers. The T1 lines that are used for data connections are administered through the Norstar ICS programming. The IDM 200 is an access device that provides Ethernet LAN connectivity via twelve ports and offers high-speed Wide Area Network (WAN) access to a remote site, such as the Internet or the enterprise network. The IDM 200 supports IEEE 802.1d transparent bridging, and IP and IPX routing between Ethernet LANs across a WAN resource. The IDM 200 provides: ¥ 10-Base-T connections over unshielded twisted pair (UTP) wiring for 12 ethernet devices via an on board Ethernet Repeater which allows all attached devices to access the ethernet LAN to the ICS. 96 / Data Solutions Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 ¥ WAN bridging and routing function ¥ DS-30 fiber connection to interface ¥ a connection to the Norstar ICS over a fiber interface. ¥ Data packets which are addressed to an allowable destination outside of the Local Area Network are either Bridged or Routed onto the fiber interface to be joined into the T1 Trunk data stream by the ICS ¥ a built-in power supply. For more information on the IDM 200, refer to Installing optional equipment on page 191 and the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 Installer Guide for instructions on installing and programming the IDM 200 with the Modular ICS system. CTA500dm Supporting Internet access The CTA 500 digital modem (CTA 500dm) is an optional device for use with the Modular ICS. The CTA 500dm provides an integrated desktop or set solution for digital networking applications. With the CTA 500dm you can access remote computers on networks including the Internet. You can also telecommute over a digital telephone network and access a CTA 500dm in your office using PPP from the attached computer. By combining your ISDN service with the CTA 500dm or a router, you can access the Internet at significantly faster speeds (up to 115.2 or 120 Kbps). Data Solutions / 97 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Like a Norstar telephone, the CTA 500dm connects with the ICS using a TCM port, has a DN, and is assigned ISDN or digital lines. This configuration supports a number of applications, including: ¥ remote access to personal computers (PCs) ¥ computer telephony integration (CTI) applications, such as call accounting, call answer, and remote data base applications To support Internet access, you must order BRI or PRI service from your service provider, and subscribe to Internet service from an Internet service provider (ISP). Your PC must have an Internet browser and the applications supplied by your ISP. Users also have full access to Norstar features using the Norstar telephone connected at the CTA 500dm. For more information, see the information that comes with the CTA 500dm. ISDN applications ISDN terminal equipment delivers a wide range of powerful business applications: Internet service provider ISDN ICS TCM loop TCM loop PC with applications CTA 500dm 98 / Data Solutions Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Video conferencing and video telephony Video conferencing offers instant visual and audio contact between distant parties using either studio-based or desktop ISDN terminals. Desktop conferencing ISDN allows computer users in distant locations to share and edit any image, data or text file on their own computer screens while they discuss the information. File transfer The ISDN network allows you to transfer files containing data, text, images, data, or audio clips, faster and cheaper than with a conventional modem. Telecommuting Convenient retrieval, processing and storage of files is possible for the employee working at home by using ISDN lines to give high-speed access to information resources at the office. Group 4 fax ISDN fax applications save money by increasing both transmission speed and the quality of resolution. Remote LAN access ISDN provides an affordable and fast means for employees at remote sites (at home or branch offices) to access local area networks (LANs). Leased line backup Essential backup for leased lines can be provided using ISDN as required, rather than duplicating costly permanent leased lines. Data Solutions / 99 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide LAN to LAN bridging Local area network (LAN) bridge/routers allow flexible interconnection between LANs using ISDN, with charges only incurred when information is actually transmitted. Internet and database access The fast call set up and high bandwidth of ISDN are ideal for accessing information services such as the Internet and databases. 100 / Data Solutions Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Planning the installation Only qualified persons should service the system. The installation and service of this unit is to be performed only by service personnel having appropriate training and experience necessary to be aware of hazards to which they are exposed in performing a task and of measures to minimize the danger to themselves or other persons. Electrical shock hazards from the telecommunication network and AC mains are possible with this equipment. To minimize risk to service personnel and users, the ICS must be connected to an outlet with a third-wire ground. In addition, all unused slots should have filler faceplates installed and the doors should be in place at the completion of any servicing. Service personnel must be alert to the possibility of high leakage currents becoming available on metal system surfaces during power line fault events near network lines. A risk point on the ICS is the power cord earth ground pin. These leakage currents normally safely flow to Protective Earth ground via the power cord. Therefore, it is mandatory that connection to a grounded outlet is performed first and removed last when cabling to the unit. Specifically, operations requiring the unit to be powered down must have the network connections (central office lines) removed first. 102 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Planning checklist å Verify that you have all the equipment and supplies you need to install the system. See Required equipment on page 102. å Determine the location for the Integrated Communication System (ICS) and expansion modules, telephones and other equipment. å Select the default template to be used in System Startup programming. See the Programming Record. å Plan and record system programming details in the Programming Record. If you are installing a system with Norstar Companion components, refer to the checklist supplied in the MICS-XC Norstar-Companion Installer Guide. Required equipment å Integrated Communication System (ICS) å Modular ICS ROM software cartridge å Modular ICS NVRAM cartridge å Trunk Cartridge(s) for the ICS å Services Cartridge (one required for T1, PRI or BRI; two required for busy sites), or a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge (provides same Services Cartridge functionality) å The Digital Trunk Interface configured for PRI å BRI Card(s) for the ICS (as required) å emergency telephones (2 for ICS, 1 for each TM), as required å Norstar telephones Planning the installation / 103 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide å ISDN devices (for example, ISDN equipment, data devices), as required å distribution panel(s) Expansion equipment å Expansion Cartridge (two-port or six-port) å Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge å Trunk Module(s) (TM) å Station Module(s) (SM) å Trunk Cartridge(s) for the TM å power bar The Integrated Communication System (ICS) supports up to 32 telephones (no expansion). With the addition of Trunk Cartridges, you can connect up to 48 digital lines to the ICS. With the addition of an Expansion Cartridge or a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge in the ICS, you can add Trunk Modules, Station Modules, Integrated Data Modules, or a combination to increase your system capacity. Your Norstar system requires connection to a grounded outlet. To prevent possible injury from voltage on the telephone network, disconnect all central office and station lines before removing plug from the electrical outlet. Installed in ICS Additional modules allowed Trunk Station Maximum NA-MICS 4.0 system No Expansion cartridge (mini) 0 0 0 2-port Expansion cartridge (midi) 2 2 2 104 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 *The last two ports are reserved for Companion use and Integrated Data Module only. See the Norstar-Companion Modular ICS 2.0 Installer Guide or the Integrated Data Module 200 Installer Guide for more details. Optional equipment å station auxiliary power supply (SAPS) å Busy Lamp Field (BLF) (for the M7310 telephone only) å central answering position (CAP) module (for the M7324 telephone only) å Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) å Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 (IDM200) å external music source å auxiliary ringer å headset å telephone loud ring amplifier å Base Stations, handsets, antennas and remote power interconnect units å uninterruptible power supply 6-port Expansion cartridge (maxi) 6 6 6 XC system Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge (maxi) 6 6 6 Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge and 6-port cartridges (mega) 6 12* 12 Two Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge (mega) 6 12* 12 Two 6-port cartridges (mega) 6 12* 12 Installed in ICS Additional modules allowed Trunk Station Maximum Planning the installation / 105 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide å other If the system is equipped with digital lines, it is recommended you use an uninterruptible power supply so that the DTI - keep alive signal will continue to be sent to the network in the event of a power failure. Equipment for installing the ICS and modules å screwdriver å pliers å connecting tool (punch-down tool) å four 19 mm (3/4 in.) wood screws for each of the mounting brackets å 38 mm (1 1/2 in.) screws for the cable troughs (2 screws for the ICS and SM, 4 screws for the TM) å 19 mm (3/4 in.) thick wooden backboard Location requirements å minimum distance of 4 m (13 ft.) from equipment such as photocopiers, electrical motors and other equipment that can produce electromagnetic, radio-frequency, and electrostatic interference å clean, dry, and well-ventilated å minimum clearance of 150 mm (5 in.) above and 100 mm (4 in.) below the ICS å the gap between the ICS and the wall should be left completely clear to allow proper heat dissipation å temperature between 0¡C and 50¡C (32¡F and 122¡F) å humidity between 5% and 95%, non-condensing 106 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Spacing requirements for a typical MICS-XC 4.0 system 300 mm (12 in) 100 mm (4 in) 200 mm (8 in) 500 mm (20 in) 130 mm (5 in) 630 mm (25 in) 19 mm thick (3/4 in) wallboard if smooth mounting surface not available Power cord length 1.5 m (5 ft) min. 100 mm (4 in) between bottom of trough and floor or other object that might block air flow Mount well above the floor to prevent water damage min. 150 mm (5 in) Planning the installation / 107 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Electrical requirements å non-switched outlet within 1.5 m (5 ft.) of the ICS å The ICS and module power cords are 1.5 m (5 ft.) long. You may connect the ICS and modules to a power bar. The power bar must be CSA certified and UL listed with a third-wire ground. Do not use an extension cord between the ICS and the power bar, or between the power bar and the electrical outlet. å AC outlet equipped with a third wire safety ground to provide shock protection and avoid electromagnetic interference å dedicated 110 V AC nominal, 50/60 Hz, 15 A minimum service with a third wire safety ground Configuring Trunk Cartridges If you plan to configure lines on a Loop Start Trunk Cartridge as auto-answer, you will need an E&M Trunk Cartridge for every two auto-answer loop start lines. The E&M Trunk Cartridge provides DTMF receivers for auto-answer loop start Risk of electric shock. The safety of this product requires connection to an outlet with a third-wire ground. Use only with threeprong power cord and outlet. Check ground connections. Ensure that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. If they are not connected together, contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority. Do not attempt to make the connections yourself. 108 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 lines. You can install three additional Trunk Cartridges in each Trunk Module. The following table shows you the line capacity of each Trunk Cartridge. You can install different types of Trunk Cartridges together in the same Trunk Module. When mixing Trunk Cartridges, use a separate block on the distribution panel for each type of Trunk Cartridge. Configuring Station Modules Each Station Module allows you to connect up to 16 additional Norstar telephones to the system. Trunk Cartridge Line capacity DTI configured for T1 (ICS only) 24 DTI configured for PRI (ICS only) 23 BRI-ST & BRI-U4 8 BRI-U2 4 Loop Start with disconnect supervision 4 CI 4 DID (TM only) 4 E&M (TM only) 2 Mini Midi Maxi Mega Mega / Companion ICS SM3 SM4 SM5 SM6 SM7 SM8 SM9 SM10 SM11 SM12 SM13 SM14 32 48 64 80 96 112 128 144 160 176 192 208 224 Planning the installation / 109 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Internal wiring requirements (Norstar loop) å one, two or three twisted pair cables per telephone å dc loop resistance of less than 64 W å cable length (0.5 mm or 24 AWG) less than 300 m (1000 ft.) å use of a station auxiliary power supply (SAPS) for loops 300 m (1000 ft.) to 790 m (2600 ft.).The SAPS must be a Class 2 power source that is UL listed and CSA certified. å no bridge taps ISDN S reference point (S Loop) å no longer than 1000 m (3,200 ft.) for point to point å no longer than 450 m (1,475 ft.) on a point-to-multipoint extended passive bus å no longer than 100 m (300 ft.) for 75 ohm cable or 200 m (600 ft) for 150 ohm cable on a point-to-multipoint short passive bus Tips - The following combinations are not supported with the NA-MICS 4.0 and MICS-XC 4.0 systems: ¥ two 2-port expansion cartridge system (4 fiber ports total) ¥ a 6-port and a 2-port expansion combination (8 fiber ports total) ¥ two 6-port expansion cartridge system (12 fiber ports total) In a fully expanded system using 48 digital channels, consider installing 2 service cartridge functionality to prevent blocking of incoming calls due to lack of DTMF resources. 110 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Wiring for the S reference point (S loop) should conform to ANSI T1.605. Wiring for the ISDN U reference point (U loop) should conform to ANSI T1.601. Verify lightning protectors. Check the lightning protectors at the cable entry point to the building with special attention to the grounding. Report any problems to the telephone company in writing. Equipment that is designed to be connected using internal wiring is typically not lightning protected. Norstar telephone equipment and ISDN S loops and T loops should not leave the building where the ICS is installed. Planning the installation / 111 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide System overview 6 5 4 10 2 1 3 7 8 9 11 Integrated Communication System Distribution panel Emergency telephone Analogue Terminal Adapter Call Logging Interface (or SMDR) Remote Set Device External music source Auxiliary ringer External paging equipment Station Auxiliary Power Supply Norstar M7000 series telephones Remote Power Interconnect Base Station Portable telephones ISDN devices CTA 500dm Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 10 12 11 12 13 14 15 Inspect FORWARD CallersInspect FORWARD Callers MXP 16 17 13 14 15 16 17 112 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Upgrading your Norstar system If you have any previous version of MICS software, you must use the upgrade tool to upgrade to MICS 4.0. If this is a new installation, the upgrade tool is not required. If you do not use the upgrade tool all your programming will be lost. If you do not need to keep your existing programming, you do not have to use the upgrade tool. When making simultaneous hardware and software upgrades (e.g. 12-port expansion plus a MICS 4.0 software upgrade), upgrade your software release before making your hardware upgrades. Make sure to power up after the new software has been installed. Upgrading in this order maintains your 0X32 ICS programming data for use with NA-MICS 4.0 and MICS-XC 4.0. MICS NVRAM cartridge A new MICS NVRAM cartridge is available for additional Non Volatile Read-only Memory (NVRAM). This new cartridge includes a cartridge assembly that inserts into the Modular ICS. Do not install a MICS NVRAM cartridge from other MICS 4.0 systems. This will cause all the programming to be lost. Do not use an incorrect upgrade tool when upgrading. For example, do not use the NA-MICS 4.0 upgrade tool when upgrading from MICS-XC 3.0. Do not attempt to use the MICS NVRAM cartridge as stored data transfer. This will cause the system to cold start. Planning the installation / 113 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide The assembly cartridge has a slot for a credit-card size PCcard (also called Flash cards) that contains the system software. These flash cards accommodate future system memory requirements and software downloading. The Modular ICS NVRAM cartridge with the new Modular ICS ROM software cartridge is used to upgrade from earlier versions of MICS to MICS 4.0. 114 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Supported upgrades in MICS 4.0 Target Upgrade NA-MICS 4.0 USA-MICS-XC 4.0 CDA-MICS-XC 4.0 Upgrading from... NA-MICS 1.0 Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool USA-MICS-XC1.0 Use USA-XC Upgrade Tool CDA-MICS-XC 1.0 Use CDA-XC Upgrade Tool NA-MICS 1.1 Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool USA-MICS-XC 1.1 Use USA-XC Upgrade Tool CDA-MICS-XC 1.1 Use CDA-XC Upgrade Tool NA-MICS 2.0 Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool USA-MICS-XC 2.0 Use USA-XC Upgrade Tool CDA-MICS-XC 2.0 Use CDA-XC Upgrade Tool NA-MICS 3.0 Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool Use NA-MICS Upgrade Tool USA-MICS-XC 3.0 Use USA-XC Upgrade Tool CDA-MICS-XC 3.0 Use CDA-XC Upgrade Tool Planning the installation / 115 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Using the Upgrade Tool to upgrade from previous versions of MICS 1. Power down. 2. Disconnect all amphenol cables. 3. Remove the power to the ICS and all associated modules. Disconnecting the power ensures protection for electronic components and that the data stored in the feature cartridge will not be corrupted. 4. Remove your old Norstar MICS software cartridge. 5. This step determines the type of MICS 4.0 system you will ultimately upgrade to. Insert the MICS 4.0 NVRAM cartridge. See illustration on page 137. Insert the PC-card (or Flash card) that came with your upgrade tool package. See illustration on page 137. 6. Power up. Wait until display flashing stops. Insert MICS Card is displayed. 7. Power down. Insert the Modular ICS ROM software cartridge to perform the final stage of the upgrade to MICS 4.0. See Installing the ROM Software Cartridge on Make sure to use the appropriate MICS 4.0 upgrade tool (NA-MICS 4.0, CDA-MICS-XC or USA-MICS-XC) when upgrading. Refer to Supported upgrades in MICS 4.0 on page 114. Your Norstar system will cold start (data will be lost) if the MICS ROM software cartridge that came in your upgrade tool does not match your MICS 4.0 system. 116 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 page 137 to verify that you are using the proper software cartridge. 8. Power up. If no alarm-event messages are observed, the upgrade to MICS 4.0 has been performed. If alarm codes are displayed, refer to Alarm codes on page 389 for definitions. If event messages are displayed refer to Event messages on page 397 for definitions. Notes It is recommended to have an accurate record of your existing system programming so that you can plan your new system programming appropriately. If you have a Norstar system with a Modular 8X24 Key Service Unit (KSU), you cannot upgrade your software with the Upgrade Tool. If you want to upgrade to MICS 4.0, you must replace your older Modular 8X24 KSU with the current 0X32 ICS and program the system. Note: The Key Service Unit (KSU) has been renamed the Integrated Communication System (ICS). All old programming is maintained when upgrading from the 0X32 Release 1 - T1 software, with the following exceptions: • all system passwords are reverted to the system defaults • ATA ans timer setting is reverted to the system default setting When upgrading from MICS 1.1, note that the Call log space has increased from 300 to 600. Reallocate log space after upgrading. Planning the installation / 117 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide If you have a Norstar system with a Modular 0X32 ICS, you can use your ICS with the new NA-MICS 4.0 and MICS-XC 4.0 software. Upgrading from NA-MICS 4.0 to XC 4.0 NA-MICS 4.0 mini to XC 4.0 mini 1. Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. 2. Use module 1 (ports 101 to 132) for sets only and module 2 for Trunk Cartridges only. NA-MICS 4.0 mini to XC 4.0 midi 1. Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. 2. Install 2-port Expansion Cartridge in slot 2. 3. Connect trunk modules beginning at port 4 and station modules beginning at port 3. NA-MICS 4.0 mini to XC 4.0 maxi 1. Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. When upgrading, Call Log information may be lost. During a system restart, Call Log information is not saved. Make sure to notify users if a system restart is planned so any log information can be recorded first. A loss of UTAM information occurs when upgrading US MICS-XC systems. UTAM Recovery Codes are required. If you are upgrading the system to include Companion components, see the upgrade instructions included in the MICS-XC Norstar-Companion Installer Guide. 118 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 2. Install a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge in slot 2. 3. Connect trunk modules beginning at port 8 and work down and station modules beginning at port 3 and work up. NA-MICS 4.0 midi to XC 4.0 midi Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. NA-MICS 4.0 midi to XC 4.0 maxi 1. Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. 2. Replace 2-port Expansion Cartridge with either a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge or a 6-port Fiber Expansion Cartridge in ICS slot 2. 3. Connect trunk modules beginning at port 8 and work down and station modules beginning at port 3 and work up. Refer to page 135. NA-MICS 4.0 maxi to XC 4.0 maxi Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. NA-MICS 4.0 maxi to XC 4.0 mega 1. Install XC 4.0 ROM software cartridge. 2. Replace 2-port Expansion Cartridge with two Combination 6-port fiber Expansion Cartridges or one 6- port Fiber Expansion Cartridge and one Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge in ICS slots 1 and 2. 3. Connect trunk modules beginning at port 8 and work down and station modules beginning at port 3 and work up. Planning the installation / 119 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide 4. Trunk modules cannot be connected to the Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge in slot 1. (fiber interface ports 9 through 14). Slots on ICS Trunk and Station Modules If you are not adding digital T1 trunks to your system or expanding to a mega configuration, you may reuse your existing copper Trunk and/or Station Modules with the Modular 0X32 ICS in NA-MICS 4.0/XC 4.0. One 6-port Tips - Trunk modules cannot be connected to the Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge in slot 1. To add Station Modules to ports 13 and 14 in a mega system refer to Norstar-Companion Installer Guide. 1 2 3 4 ICS Feature Cartridge Slot 120 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 copper expansion cartridge can be supported on the maxi configuration. If you are adding digital T1 trunks to your system or expanding to a mega configuration, you must replace any copper Trunk and/or Station Modules with the new modules that have fiber connectors, and use a new fiber Expansion Cartridge in the ICS. You can reuse your old Trunk Cartridges in the new Trunk Module with fiber connectors. Trunk modules cannot be installed on the second expansion (6-port) cartridge. You must relocate station modules to the second expansion cartridge to free up ports on the first 6-port expansion cartridge. Replacing a Modular 8x24 ICS (or KSU) If you are upgrading your old ICS (8x24) and adding digital T1 trunks to your new system (0x32 ICS): 1. Verify your system programming, and update your MICS 4.0 Programming Record. 2. Follow the procedures outlined in the "e;Installation"e; chapter on page 127 for installing a new system. If you are upgrading your 8x24 ICS, but not adding digital T1 trunks to a 0x32 system: 1. Verify your system programming, and update your MICS 4.0 Programming Record. 2. Disconnect the 50-pin connector for telephones from the ICS. 3. Disconnect the 50-pin connector for external lines and auxiliary equipment from the ICS. 4. Remove power from your system. Planning the installation / 121 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide 5. If your system includes Trunk Modules and Station Modules with DS-30 copper connectors, disconnect the DS-30 copper connectors from the Expansion Cartridge. 6. Remove any cables from the ICS cable trough. 7. Remove the ICS and wall-mount bracket from the wall. 8. Install the new ICS following the procedures in the "e;Installation"e; chapter on page 127. 9. If your system includes Trunk Modules and or Station Modules with DS-30 copper connectors, install a compatible Expansion Cartridge with copper connectors in slot 1 of the ICS. The faceplate will cover slots 1 and 2. 10. If you have installed a copper Expansion Cartridge in the 0X32 ICS, clip the ferrite bead that was shipped with the Expansion Cartridge onto the ICS power supply power cord. Do not reuse 8X24 Expansion Cartridge You cannot reuse an 8X24 Expansion Cartridge in the 0X32 ICS. You must install a supported Expansion Cartridge. See Installing the cartridges on page 131. 122 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Ferrite bead required to meet EMI requirements When using a copper Expansion Cartridge, you must install the ferrite bead on the ICS power cord to ensure that the product continues to meets FCC Part 15 Class A EMI requirements. max 5 cm (2 in) ferrite bead Planning the installation / 123 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide 11. If your system includes Trunk Modules and or Station Modules with DS-30 copper connectors, reconnect the fiber interface cables to the Expansion Cartridge. 12. Power up the system. 13. Reconnect your 50-pin connector for internal telephones to the internal telephone connector on the ICS. 14. Reconnect your external line and auxiliary equipment wiring according to the procedures and wiring charts in the "e;Installation"e; chapter on page 127. You cannot reuse your original 50-pin connector for external lines and auxiliary equipment, because the pin-outs have changed (unless connections are rewired). Trunk module line numbering When upgrading to a NA-MICS 4.0 or XC 4.0 system from systems earlier than MICS 2.0 or XC 2.0, the trunk module line numbering is reconfigured. This could affect applications such as Norstar Voice Mail and FLASH talk. DNs on Station Modules will change If you simply reconnect the 50-pin connector for telephones on the ICS, and leave your Station Modules telephone connectors as is, your directory numbers will change. The new 0X32 ICS can accommodate 32 telephones; the old 8X24 ICS connected only 24. Port numbering has been changed accordingly. To preserve existing directory numbers consult the wiring charts in Installing the hardware and change the DNs using Change DNs in System prgrming. 124 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Line numbering for MICS 1.0 and 1.1 upgrades to MICS 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 Module Cartridge MICS 1.0 and 1.1 lines MICS 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 lines Mod 08 Cd1-Mod8 49-52 49-56 Cd2-Mod8 53-56 57-64 Cd3-Mod8 57-60 65-72 Mod 07 Cd1-Mod7 61-64 73-80 Cd2-Mod7 65-68 81-88 Cd3-Mod7 69-72 89-96 Mod 06 Cd1-Mod6 73-76 97-100 Cd2-Mod6 77-80 101-104 Cd3-Mod6 81-84 105-108 Mod 05 Cd1-Mod5 85-88 109-112 Cd2-Mod5 89-92 113-116 Cd3-Mod5 93-96 117-120 Mod 04 Cd1-Mod4 97-100 121-124 Cd2-Mod4 101-104 125-128 Cd3-Mod4 105-108 129-132 Mod 03 Cd1-Mod3 109-112 133-136 Cd2-Mod3 113-116 137-140 Cd3-Mod3 117-120 141-144 Planning the installation / 125 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Upgrading ILG functionality with hunt groups Incoming Line Group functionality has been replaced and extended in MICS 4.0 with the new Hunt Group feature. ILG capabilities are not lost when replaced with hunt groups. The hunt group broadcast mode contains the equivalent of ILG functionality. With hunt groups ¥ calls can be queued when all the members in a hunt group are busy ¥ calls can be distributed to other members in the hunt group in a way that does not depend on the busy situation of its members (call forwards are overridden by the hunt group routing) ¥ the ring / call distribution pattern (e.g. who receives what call and in what order) can be programmed ¥ an overflow position can be another hunt group ¥ sequential and rotary modes are available with more hunt group features For more information on hunt groups, see Hunt groups on page 298. 126 / Planning the installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Installation Installation checklist å test all ISDN network connections, if any å mount the Integrated Communications System (ICS) å mount the expansion modules (as required) å install the Modular ICS NVRAM cartridge Only qualified persons should service the system. The installation and service of this unit is to be performed only by service personnel having appropriate training and experience necessary to be aware of hazards to which they are exposed in performing a task and of measures to minimize the danger to themselves or other persons. Electrical shock hazards from the telecommunication network and AC mains are possible with this equipment. To minimize risk to service personnel and users, the ICS must be connected to an outlet with a third-wire ground. In addition, all unused slots should have filler faceplates installed and the doors should be in place at the completion of any servicing. Service personnel must be alert to the possibility of high leakage currents becoming available on metal system surfaces during power line fault events near network lines. A risk point on the ICS is the power cord earth ground pin. These leakage currents normally safely flow to Protective Earth ground via the power cord. Therefore, it is mandatory that connection to a grounded outlet is performed first and removed last when cabling to the unit. Specifically, operations requiring the unit to be powered down must have the network connections (central office lines) removed first. 128 / Installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 å install the Expansion Cartridge, Trunk Cartridges (for DTI or PRI) or BRI cards (as required) å install the optional equipment å install power bars, as required å mount the distribution panel å complete the wiring å install the fiber cables å install the emergency telephone(s) å install the Norstar telephones å power up the system å connect the cables between the distribution block and the expansion modules å install the door å select the default template using System Startup programming å program to customer requirements å record programming details in the MICS 4.0 Programming Record å ensure that all telephone keys are properly labelled å ensure that all sets are working å check that the system is working properly å ensure that all relevant documentation is left with the person in charge of the system å train the Administrator using ÒGetting StartedÓ in the Modular ICS 4.0 System Coordinator Guide Installation / 129 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide å for information on upgrading your ICS without adding digital T1, see Trunk and Station Modules on page 119. Companion If you are installing a system with Norstar Companion components, refer to the Installation chapter of the MICS-XC Norstar Companion Installer Guide. Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 If you are installing the ICS system with the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200, refer to Installing optional equipment on page 191 and the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 Installer Guide. Testing the ISDN BRI network connection Before you install a Norstar system which uses BRI Cards you should test your connection to the ISDN network. To avoid electrical shock hazard to personnel or equipment damage, observe the following precautions when installing telephone equipment. • Always disconnect telecommunication network connectors before disconnecting the AC power plug. • Never connect the central office connectors until you have connected the power plug. • Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. • Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations. • Never touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface. • Use caution when modifying or installing telephone lines. 130 / Installation Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 If you are installing a system which connects to the network using BRI-ST Cards, the network connection must be equipped with an NT1. See the ISDN chapter and the wiring information in this chapter for more information about installing an NT1. To test the ISDN BRI connection: 1. Connect ISDN terminal equipment (TE) that conforms to Bellcore standard to your central office ISDN jack or NT1. U interface TE can connect directly to the central office jack; S interface TE connect to the central office through an NT1. 2. Program the TE with the appropriate switch type, service profile identifier (SPID), and Network directory number (DN) using the instructions that come with the TE. 3. Check for dial tone, then place a call and verify the quality and clarity of the connection. If there is a problem, contact your service provider. 4. Repeat steps one through three for each network connection. Installing the cartridges / 131 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Installing the cartridges The following table shows you which cartridges can be installed in which ICS and TM slots. Cartridge type Part number ICS Slot TM Slot Modular ICS NVRAM cartridge A0733975 NTBB08GA-93 Feature Cartridge Slot Modular ICS ROM software cartridges: USA-MICS-XC 4.0 CDA-MICS-XC 4.0 NA-MICS 4.0 A0734006 NT7B64AV A0734004 NT7B64AT A0734007 NT7B64AU NVRAM Cartridge Slot Services Cartridge A0404139 NTBB24GA-93 1 Fiber Expansion Cartridge (2-port) A0404244 NTBB02GA-93 2 Fiber Expansion Cartridge (6-port) A0404245 NTBB06GA-93 1 or 2 (see note below) Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge A0632426 NTBB25GA-93 1 or 2 (see note below) Digital Trunk Interface (DTI) card configured for TI card or PRI A0404135 NT7B74GA-93 3 or 4 Loop Start Disconnect Supervision (LS/DS) Trunk Cartridge A0405799 NT7B75GA-93 3 or 4 1, 2 or 3 Caller Identification (CI) Trunk Cartridge A0393277 NT5B41GA-93 3 or 4 1, 2 or 3 E&M Trunk Cartridge A0359618 NT5B38GA-93 1, 2 or 3 DID Trunk Cartridge A0359617 NT5B37GA-93 1, 2 or 3 132 / Installing the cartridges Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Note: Use Slot 1 only when installing cartridges for 12-port, fully expanded systems. In this case, both slots 1 and 2 are installed with 6-port Expansion or a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge. If you use both slot 1 and 2, the software must be XC. ¥ LS/DS Analog Trunk Cartridges and Caller Identification (CI) Trunk Cartridges both support loop start external lines. ¥ The Digital trunk Interface (DTI) supports both digital T1 and PRI lines. The DTI card can be configured to support ISDN PRI ¥ The Loop Start Trunk Cartridge supports loop start external lines. ¥ The CI Trunk Cartridge supports Call Display features on loop start external lines. ¥ The E&M Trunk Cartridge supports E&M lines and provides direct inward system access (DISA). ¥ The DID Trunk Cartridge supports direct inward dialing lines. Copper Expansion (2-port) A0405796 NTB03GA-93 or NT5B26GA-93 1 Copper Expansion (6-port) A0405797 NTBB07GA-93or NT5B27GA-93 1 BRI-ST card A0649029 NT7B76GY-93 3 or 4 1, 2 or 3 BRI-U2 card A0655688 NT7B86GB-93 3 or 4 1, 2 or 3 BRI-U4 card A0655690 NT7B87GB-93 3 or 4 1, 2 or 3 Cartridge type Part number ICS Slot TM Slot Installing the cartridges / 133 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide ¥ The BRI-ST card supports ISDN BRI S or T reference point loops. ¥ The BRI-U2 and BRI-U4 cards support 2 or 4 ISDN BRI U reference point loops, respectively. 134 / Mounting the modules Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Mounting the modules Attach bracket to secure surface. Screw the ICS mounting bracket and ICS to a 19 mm wood backboard secured to a wall and capable of supporting a 20 kg mass. Do not screw bracket directly to drywall. Use the two inner screw holes on the bracket. C100 Controller Trunk Module 19 mm (3/4 in) wood screws 38 mm (1 1/2 in) wood screws Mounting the modules / 135 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide See T1 or ISDN-PRI configurations on page 364 for configurations of Trunk Cartridges on the ICS slots. Avoid risk of electrical shock. Voltages of up to 130 V may be present on the 1.544 Mbps circuit and on portions of the DTI circuitry. Tips - For a 2-port (midi) system, a 2-port fiber Expansion Cartridge is installed only in ICS slot 2. For a 6-port (maxi) system, a 6-port fiber Expansion Cartridge or a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge is installed only in ICS slot 2. When a 6-port fiber Expansion Cartridge is installed in ICS slot 2, either an additional 6-port fiber Expansion Cartridge 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 ICS TM Feature Cartridge Slot 136 / Mounting the modules Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 (for a fully analog trunk system) or a Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge can be installed in ICS slot 1 for a 12-port (mega) system with digital or BRI lines. Two Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge are supported on a mega configuration using both ICS slots 1 and 2. When expanding beyond 6 ports, it is recommended two Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge be used if two DTI cards are installed. For a 12-port (mega) system, any combination of the 6-port fiber Expansion and the Combination Fiber 6-port Services Cartridge is supported using both ICS slots 1 and 2. A copper Expansion Cartridge is a full-width cartridge and covers both ICS slots 1 and 2. One 6-port copper Expansion Cartridge is supported for a maxi configuration and can only be installed in slot 1. One 2-port copper Expansion Cartridge is supported for a midi configuration and can only be installed in slot 1. Depending on your system configuration, BRI-ST, BRI-U2, and BRI-U4 cards can only reside in certain trunk modules. In a midi system, the cards must be in trunk modules 3 or 4, for a maxi or mega system, the cards must be in trunk modules 7 or 8. The cards can reside in the ICS regardless of system size. Alarm Telephone will indicate a warm or cold reset. An alarm and a prompt indicating warm or cold reset will occur on the alarm telephone if an expansion cartridge is installed in the wrong ICS slot or when the system size has been decreased. Installing the ROM Software Cartridge / 137 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Installing the ROM Software Cartridge NVRAM cartridge MICS NVRAM cartridge MICS ROM software cartridge 138 / Installing the ROM Software Cartridge Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 MICS ROM software cartridge Insert MICS ROM software cartridge one way. To ensure the MICS ROM software cartridge is properly installed, insert it as shown in the illustration. Side view End view Insert this end into the ICS Inserting a cartridge / 139 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Inserting a cartridge Close clips simultaneously. It is important to center and close the two clips on the cartridge simultaneously. The cartridge may become misaligned in its slot or with its connector. If improperly inserted, the connector will be damaged. 140 / Inserting a cartridge Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 1. Install trunk cartridges in the ICS beginning with Slot 4 then Slot 3. 2. Install trunk cartridges in the trunk modules beginning with Slot 1 then Slot 2 and then Slot 3. For easier wiring, install similar type Trunk Cartridges together in the same Trunk Module. If you install an E&M or a DID or BRI Trunk Cartridge in the left-most slot (slot 1) of a TM, emergency telephones cannot be supported for that Trunk Module. Terminating resistors on BRI-ST Cards The standard ISDN user-network interface wiring requires terminating resistors at each end of the loop for point-to-point operation. This ensures correct timing of the signaling circuits. Loop termination can be provided at either the point where the ISDN terminal is attached, or by the device attached to the loop (with built-in termination). Because the Modular ICS is usually at one end of the loop, the BRI-ST card is shipped with termination built-in for each ISDN loop. It is ready to be used PCB is electrostatic-sensitive. Do not touch the printed circuit board on a cartridge. This is an electrostatic-sensitive device. Inserting a cartridge / 141 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide where the ICS is located at one end of the loop, as in the following illustration: ICS Built-in termination installed TE connections without termination TE with termination 142 / Inserting a cartridge Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Shorting straps on a BRI-ST card Make sure the shorting straps are installed on both the receive and transmit jumpers for the loop (see illustration). The jumpers are numbered top to bottom, but the loops associated with each pair of jumpers does not follow the same top-tobottom sequence (see table). Loop RX and TX shorting straps 1 J3 and J4 J8 J7 J6 no shorting strap termination removed termination installed Inserting a cartridge / 143 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Connecting expansion modules If your system includes fiber Trunk Modules, fiber Station Modules, Data Modules or Analog Station Modules, you need to connect the modules to the Expansion Cartridge by means of fiber cables. Order of connection In order to keep the default port and set numbering, connect Trunk Modules to the Expansion Cartridge beginning at the top and working down; connect Station Modules to the Expansion Cartridge beginning at the bottom and working up. Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 If you are installing the ICS system with the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200, refer to Installing optional equipment on page 191 and the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 Installer Guide. Companion If you are expanding your system to include Companion components, see the upgrade instructions included in the MICS-XC Norstar-Companion Installer Guide. 2 J7 and J8 3 J1 and J2 4 J5 and J6 Loop RX and TX shorting straps 144 / Inserting a cartridge Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Analog Station Module If you are installing the ICS system with an ASM, refer to the Analog Station Module Installation Guide. Tips - On a midi system, ports 3 and 4 can be used for Trunk Modules or Station Modules. In this case, connect Trunk Modules beginning at the top (port 4); connect Station Modules beginning at the bottom (port 3). On a maxi system, ports 3 through 8 can be used for Trunk Modules or Station Modules. In this case, Trunk Modules should be connected beginning at the top (port 8) and working down; Station Modules should be connected beginning at the bottom (port 3) and working up. On a fully expanded 12-port (mega) system, connect Trunk Modules beginning at the top (port 8) and working down; Station Modules would be connected beginning at the bottom (port 3) and working up. Trunk Modules cannot be connected to the Expansion Cartridge in slot 1. When no more Station Modules can be added to the Expansion Cartridge in slot 2, connect additional Station Modules to the Expansion Cartridge in slot 1, beginning at the bottom (port 9) and working up. Inserting a cartridge / 145 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Two-port Expansion Cartridge Six-port Expansion Cartridge ICS (modules 1 and 2) TM4 SM3 ICS (modules 1 and 2) TM8 SM3 SM4 SM5 SM6 SM7 146 / Inserting a cartridge Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Twelve-port Expansion Cartridge (MICS-XC 4.0 system shown) TM8 TM7 SM6 SM5 ICS (modules 1 and 2) Base Stations SM4 SM3 SM14 SM13 SM12 SM11 SM10 SM9 To Ac outlet Installing fiber cables / 147 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Installing fiber cables Installing fiber cables. Fiber cables are durable, but can be damaged. To avoid damage that can affect the signals transmitted, observe the following guidelines: • Coil excess fiber cable on the spool provided for the installation. • Secure the fiber cable spool in the ICS cable trough. • Ensure that bends in the cable are no tighter than 100 mm. (4 in.) in diameter. • When using cable ties, bundle fiber cables loosely. • Avoid excessive pulling, compression or impact. • Do not grasp the fiber cable, or the clasp where the cable joins the plug, when connecting or disconnecting a fiber cable plug into a port. • Do not leave fiber cables in an environment with excessively high temperatures (for example, on top of radiators). 148 / Fiber cable management system Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Fiber cable management system C100 Controller 38 mm (1 1/2 in) wood screws Spacer 90 Fiber cable guide Label Fiber Cable Guide Fiber cable management system / 149 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Using the fiber cable management system To facilitate the installation of an NA-MICS 4.0 or MICS-XC 4.0 configuration, the Fiber Cable Management System ensures that power cords are located outside of the cable tray and that a 2.6 cm (1 in.) space exists between the ICS module and other modules. The following hardware components are used in the Fiber Cable Management System: ¥ Fiber Comb (one per system): The Fiber Comb, is installed, using an adhesive back, on the ICS, below the fiber expansion cartridges. The Fiber Comb keeps the fiber cable in place and prevents the cables from being pinched between doors. Use the comb to keep fiber cables organized as they are routed to each Station Module, as shown in the 12-port example below. ¥ Fiber Cable Guide (three per system): to be installed in the entrance and exit of the cable trough. The Fiber Cable Guide allows routing fibers to maintain a minimum bend radius when going through the cable trough. SM14 SM13 SM12 SM11 SM10 SM09 150 / Fiber cable management system Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 ¥ Spacer (three per system): to be installed between mounting brackets of the ICS and an adjacent module. The Spacer provides a 2.6 cm (1 in.) space between modules and the ICS. ¥ Fiber Spool Holder (six per system): Replaces the trough shelf in modules requiring additional fiber spools. The spool holder should be installed in the right side of a Trunk Module. Fiber cable management system / 151 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide ¥ ICS Door Label: Located on the inside of the ICS door, it provides space to identify fiber port allocation on the ICS. 152 / Fiber cable management system Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Using the fiber spool Fiber Cable – alternate routing Amphenol Cable Fiber Cable Fiber Amphenol Spool Cable – alternate routing Fiber cable management system / 153 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Making fiber connections (MICS-XC 4.0 system is shown) Fiber Cable Fiber Spool Fiber Cable – alternate routing Fiber Comb 6-port Expansion Cartridge 154 / Fiber cable management system Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Routing fiber cables 6-port Expansion Cartridge Fiber cable guide Upward routed fiber cable Downward routed fiber cable loose cables Connecting the wiring / 155 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Connecting the wiring Connecting the wiring to the distribution panel 1. Route the cables through the hole in the ICS cable through to the distribution panel. 2. Bundle the cables with cable ties and secure them to the wall to support their weight. 3. Connect the telephone and auxiliary equipment wires to the appropriate pins on the distribution block (refer to the wiring charts). 4. Cross-connect the ICS telephone and auxiliary equipment wiring. 5. Connect the Station Module telephone wiring to the corresponding station pins. 6. Connect the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 to the distribution block. Use Category 5 wire and accessories for the Integrated Data Module 200. 7. Using a single pair of wires for each telephone, connect each of the telephones according to the wiring charts. 8. Cross-connect the external lines (loop start, E&M, DID, BRI) to the distribution block (refer to the wiring charts). 9. The DTI is equipped with an internal channel service unit (CSU). You can connect the DTI directly to the termination point provided by your T1 or PRI service provider. If you disable the internal CSU, you can connect the DTI to an external CSU or multiplexer. The DTI does not provide the DC connection required for through-fed repeaters. If through-fed repeaters are used on the T1 or PRI span, disable the internal CSU and connect the DTI to an external CSU. 156 / Connecting the wiring Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Connecting an ICS with loop start lines Do not attach central office connections to the ICS or Modules until power is connected to the units. 25-pair 0.5 mm (24 AWG) cables with female 50-pin connector 1 ICS extns 2 ICS extns and aux 3 ICS lines to distribution panel Connecting the wiring / 157 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Connecting the wiring for an ICS with T1 or PRI lines (MICS-XC 4.0 system is shown) T1 lines from Central Office T1 or PRI lines from Central Office 158 / Connecting the wiring Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Connecting a Module Wiring charts Port numbering on the wiring charts The port number listed on the wiring charts is useful in tracking down faults during a Maintenance session where error codes appear on a Norstar telephone display (see Alarm 25-pair 0.5 mm (24 AWG) cables with female 50-pin connector Close velcro cable retainer Connecting the wiring / 159 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide codes on page 389). The port numbers (for example: ÒXX12Ó) on the Trunk Cartridge and Station Module wiring charts have two components: ¥ ÒXXÓ corresponds to the number that appears on the face of the Expansion Cartridge port that the Trunk Module or Station Module is connected to. ¥ digits (for example Ò01Ó or Ò12Ó) identify an individual port number associated with that module. For example: The code Ò812Ó appearing as part of an error message for a Trunk Module indicates that the problem is with Expansion Cartridge port #8 and internal port Ò12Ó. The corresponding Trunk Module pins on the distribution block are pin 47 (violet-orange) and pin 22 (orange-violet). Integrated Communications System (ICS) In the charts on the following pages, notice that the ICS has two internal modules, ICS #1 and ICS #2. ICS #1 handles telephones and auxiliary equipment. ICS #2 handles lines. B1 and B2 directory numbers The terms B1 and B2 correspond to channels on Norstar for transmitting voice and data. Each DN port number has a B1 DN and a B2 DN. Devices such as the Norstar M7100, M7208, M7310, and M7324 telephones use only the B1 DN. Other devices may need both B1 and B2 channels, therefore requiring B1 and B2 DNs. CTA 500dm If you are attaching a Computer Telephony Adapter (CTA) 500dm to the ICS, use one of the last ten on-core DN ports (123-132). You can connect a maximum of 10 CTAs to the system. See the instructions that come with the adapter for more information. 160 / Connecting the wiring Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 If you are attaching an Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 to the ICS, see the Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 Installer Guide for wiring charts and instructions. Non-expanded system (ICS alone) numbering Two-port Expansion Cartridge and ICS numbering Six-port Expansion Cartridge and ICS numbering Module Lines Line ports B1 DN B2 DN DN ports ICS (#2) 001-048 201-248 — — — — — — ICS (#1) — — — — 21-52 53-84 101-132 Module Lines Line ports B1 DN B2 DN DN ports Mod 04 049-072 401-412 269-284 333-348 401-416 Mod 03 073-096 301-312 253-268 317-332 301-316 ICS (#2) 001-048 201-248 — — — — — — ICS (#1) — — — — 221-252 285-316 101-132 Module Lines Line ports B1 DN B2 DN DN ports Mod 08 049-072 801-812 333-348 461-476 801-816 Mod 07 073-096 701-712 317-332 445-460 701-716 Mod 06 097-108 601-612 301-316 429-444 601-616 Mod 05 109-120 501-512 285-300 413-428 501-516 Mod 04 121-132 401-412 269-284 397-412 401-416 Mod 03 133-144 301-312 253-268 381-396 301-316 ICS (#2) 001 -048 201-248 — — — — — — ICS (#1) — — — — 221-252 349-380 101-132 Connecting the wiring / 161 P0881590 Issue 02 Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide Twelve-port expanded system and ICS numbering Module Lines Line ports B1 DN B2 DN DN ports Mod 14 — — — — — — — — — — Mod 13 — — — — — — — — — — Mod 12 — — — — 397-412 589-604 1201-1216 Mod 11 — — — — 381-396 573-588 1101-1116 Mod 10 — — — — 365-380 557-572 1001-1016 Mod 09 — — — — 349-364 541-556 901-916 Mod 08 049-072 801-812 333-348 525-540 801-816 Mod 07 073-096 701-712 317-332 509-524 701-716 Mod 06 097-108 601-612 301-316 493-508 601-616 Mod 05 109-120 501-512 285-300 447-492 501-516 Mod 04 121-132 401-412 269-284 461-476 401-416 Mod 03 133-144 301-312 253-268 455-460 301-316 ICS (#2) 001-048 201-248 — — — — — — ICS (#1) — — — — 221-252 413-444 101-132 Tips - A 12-port expanded system is available on an MICSXC 4.0 system. Depending on your system configuration, BRI-ST, BRI-U2, and BRI-U4 cards can only reside in certain trunk modules. In a Midi system, the cards must be in trunk modules 03 or 04, for a Maxi or Mega system, the cards must be in trunk modules 07 or 08. The cards can reside in the ICS regardless of system size. Expansion module #13 and #14 are reserved for Companion Wireless capability. Refer to your MICS-XC Norstar- Companion Installer Guide for information on using expansion module #13 and #14. 162 / Connecting the wiring Modular ICS 4.0 Installer Guide P0881590 Issue 02 Port 3 is the bottom fiber cable port on both the two-port and the six-port Expansion Cartridge in slot 2. Port 9 is the bottom fiber cable port located on the left most expansion card in slot