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Nortel Norstar Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record (includes MICS-XC programming)
None Pool A: 9 Pool B to O: None Park prefix 1 Extrnl code 9 None 81 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record Glossary of programming headings and settings This section presents the programming hierarchy in the Norstar Modular ICS/Modular ICS-XC interface. The dots each represent a level below the top level Top Level Level 1 • Level 2 •• Level 3 ••• Below the 3rd level •••• ••••• •••••• ••••••• Menu item Description Profile (use only at system startup) Change on non-North American systems, only! Use this command to choose a profile that reflects the trunk card profile for the specific country. Use Profile password. WARNING: Never use this command after Startup has been run. Dialpad (use only at system startup) Use this command to select the dialpad layout you require. This is a systemwide setting. Use Dialpad access. Startup (use only for initial configuration at system startup) Use this command to select the default information specific to your system. Use Startup access. This command is only available immediately after startup of the KSU. • Template Select the template to assign the default values for the system. • Start DN Enter between three and seven digits to indicate the first DN of the range you plan to use. The length of this entry also defines the default DN length and the default Received number length. Note: If the first digit of a DN is the same as any of the follow codes, the system sets these codes to None: • Direct-dial digit • Call Park prefix • first digit of a line pool access code 82 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 Use the following commands to change defaults and configure the lines and sets to suit your system requirements. Use Installer or Administrator access codes. Terminals & Sets These commands allow you to assign settings to each telephone (DN). • Show set:_ Enter the DN of the telephone you want to program. • XXXX:XXXX DN number and current name displays to confirm your request. •• Line access These commands allow you to assign lines to each DN. You can copy the settings from one DN to another. ••• Line assignment Use these settings to determine which lines are assigned to the telephone. You can also define how incoming calls on those lines will be handled. •••• Show line:______ Enter the numbers of the lines to be assigned to the telephone. ••••• LXXX:Unassigned Assign the line by pressing the CHANGE soft key to choose how you want the line to show on the telephone (Appr & ring, Ring only, or Appr only). You can use the SCAN softkey to determine which lines have been assigned. ••• LinePool access Use this menu to define which line pools a telephone, DISA DN or AutoDN will access. All lines except ISDN PRI lines use lines A to 0. PRI lines use PRI-A, Pri-B, etc. •••• Line Pool A:N Scroll through the line pool listing and select the pools to assign to the telephone. ••• Prime line: I/C This setting determines the first line selected when the user makes an outgoing call. If you select a line or line pool as prime line, the line or line pool must be assigned to the telephone. ••• Intercom keys Select the number of intercom buttons on a telephone for accessing internal lines and line pools. ••• Answer DNs Enter the DN of another telephone. This set performs the indicated function when the other set receives a call. You can assign up to five answer DNs. •••• Show set Enter the DN of the telephone for which this telephone will have an answer button. •••• XXXX:Unassigned Assign the answer DN by pressing the CHANGE soft key to choose how you want the line to show on the telephone (Appr & ring, Ring only, or Appr only). You can use the SCAN soft key to determine which DNs have been assigned. ••• OLI# Enter the 10-digit outgoing line identification number. •••• OLI # as calld For some ISDN devices (for example, video conference sets) this allows the OLI digits to replace the internal DN digits on the ISDN device call setup. (Profile 1 and 4 only.) •• Capabilities These commands allow you to select the call features for a telephone. ••• Fwd no answer Redirect all incoming calls when this telephone does not answer. •••• Fwd to Enter the external number or the DN of the telephone to which you want to redirect all incoming calls. •••• Forward delay Select the number of rings before an unanswered call is forwarded. The heading appears only if a Forward no answer external number or DN is assigned. ••• Fwd on busy Redirect all incoming calls when this telephone is busy with another call. •••• Fwd to Enter the external number or the DN of the telephone to which you want calls to be redirected when this telephone is busy. 83 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record ••• DND on Busy Select whether or not an incoming call rings if the user already is on another call. ••• Handsfree Select whether handsfree will be available to a telephone. ••• HF answerback Select whether a user can automatically answer a voice call without lifting the receiver or pressing the Å button. It is always turned off for a T7100 telephone. ••• Pickup grp Any user in a pickup group can answer calls to any other telephone in their group using the Call Pickup-group feature (²àÞ). Choose one of nine pickup groups, or choose None to disable the feature for this telephone. ••• Page zone Assign a page zone to allow this set to receive pages, or choose None to prevent pages at this telephone. ••• Paging Select whether paging can be performed from this Norstar telephone. ••• D-Dial Select whether you can call the Direct-dial telephone from this telephone using the Direct-dial digit. ••• Priority call If a call is critical for the called party to receive, you can program this telephone to interrupt calls or to override Do Not Disturb at another Norstar telephone when you enter ²ßá. A priority call can be refused at the set you call if the called party enters Do Not Disturb (²¡Þ). However, a priority call cannot be blocked by at a telephone that is already in Do Not Disturb mode. ••• Hotline Select whether a telephone number will be dialed automatically when a user lifts the receiver or presses the button on the memory keys that is designated as the handsfree/mute button. •••• Intrnl#:None Choose Intrnl to enter an internal Norstar telephone as the hotline. ••••• Intrnl#:_______ Enter the internal DN you want to use as the hotline. •••• Extrnl#:None Choose Extrnl to enter an external telephone as the hotline. ••••• Extrnl#:_______ Enter the external DN you want to use as the hotline. ••• Aux. ringer Select whether an external auxiliary ringer will ring for incoming calls at this telephone. Note: The customer-supplied ringer hardware must be installed before the feature will work. ••• Allow redirect Select whether to allow this telephone to redirect lines. ••• Redirect ring Select whether a telephone rings briefly when a call is redirected by the Line Redirection feature (²¡Ý). ••• ATA settings Analog telephones or other devices which are connected to the ICS using an Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) may need the additional programming found under this subheading. •••• ATA ans timer This setting determines the timing between when an ATA-connected device dials out and when the device becomes ready to receive DTMF tone from the far end analog device. •••• ATA use Choose the setting that indicates where the ATA is situated (On Site/Off Site) •••• MsgIndicate Select the type of message indicator the ATA-connected device provides. (None, Tone, Lamp). 84 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 •••• ATA dvc Set to enhance connectivity for telephones connecting to PRI and BRI lines through an ATA module. Choose Telephon for telephones, and Modem for other devices, such as fax machines. ••• SM Supervisor Select whether the telephone can be used to perform silent monitoring on Hunt groups. ••• Intrusion Determine what priority an attendant telephone will have to allow a break-in by an M1 attendant telephone. To stop break-in, this setting must be higher than the attendant level. •••• Protect Lvl None, Low, Med, High •• Name Enter a one-to-seven-digit name for the telephone. •• User prefernces These commands allow you to program the user admin features, such as external autodialers, language choice, and display contrast, to personalize the operation of the set. ••• Model Allows you to pre-program a DN to a specific model of Norstar set. Note: Use the M7000 model setting to correspond with T7000 Business Series Terminals. i.e. M7100/T7100; M7208/T7208; M7310/T7316/T7316E. M7324 has no T-series equivalent. ••• Button prgrming Allows you to program the buttons with internal and external autodialers and/ or programmed feature keys. •••• 10+24 buttons Allows you to choose specific buttons to program, and the number of programmable buttons for the set type. •••• BXX:Blank button This is the display you see if the button is not assigned. Use the Next button to move through the list of buttons available to the set model. •••• BXX: This is the display you see that indicates what is assigned to the button. Soft keys: Clr/Tel#/Featr ••••• Tel # dest’n? This is the display you receive if you press the TEL# soft key at the button prompt. •••••• Intrnl#:_____ Enter an internal number to attach to this line. •••••• Extrnl#:____ Enter an external number to attach to this line. ••••• Feature code: This is the display you receive if you press the FEATR soft key at the button prompt. Use the Next button to scroll through the available codes. Press OK to assign the feature to the button. •••••• Speed Dial: F0 Use TEL# soft key to enter number to be dialed when you press this button. •••••• Send Msg:F1 Send message to another mailbox. •••••• #Send Msg:F#1 Send message to another telephone display. •••••• Ring Again:F2 Monitor busy or unanswered telephone or busy line within the system. This feature signals you to call back when the telephone or line pool becomes available. •••••• Conf/Trans:F3 Use to establish a three-way call. •••••• Call Fwd:F4 Send all calls to another telephone within the system. •••••• Last no.:F5 Last number redial automatically dials the last external telephone number that was dialed from this set. •••••• Page Genrl:F60 See Voice Call 85 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •••••• Pg Zone All:F610 •••••• Page Zone 1:F611 •••••• Page Zone 2:F612 •••••• Page Zone 3:F613 •••••• Page Zone 4:F614 •••••• Page Zone 5:F615 •••••• Page Zone 6:F616 Page internally by zone. Zone 0 pages all zones. •••••• Page Spkr:F62 Page through an external loudspeaker system. •••••• Pg All, Spkr:F630 •••••• Page Spkr+1:F631 •••••• Page Spkr+2:F632 •••••• Page Spkr+3:F633 •••••• Page Spkr+4:F634 •••••• Page Spkr+5:F635 •••••• Page Spkr+6:F636 Page through both sets and external loudspeaker system by zone. Zone 0 pages all zones. •••••• Line Pool:F64 Gives you access to line pools. Press this feature, then enter a line pool access code. •••••• Reply Msg:F65 Use to view and reply to messages. •••••• #Msg. Wait:F#65 Use to view number of message waiting. •••••• Voice Call:F66 Initiate a call/announcement through the speakers of another set without first ringing the set. •••••• Saved No.:F67 Use during a call to save a number for later redialing. •••••• Rst O’ride:F68 Use to override restrictions to allow entry of a COS password. Effective for current call, only. •••••• Priority:F69 Use to interrupt a call on another set. •••••• Transfer:F70 Use to transfer a call to another internal or external set. •••••• Link:F71 Use to generate a link signal to access a PBX or other host exchange. •••••• Call Park:F74 Use to put a call on hold that can be picked up at any other set. The display shows a three-digit retrieval code. •••••• Grp Pickup:F75 Use to answer a call that is ringing at another set. External calls are answered in sequence. •••••• Dir Pickup:F76 Use to answer a call to your set from another set. •••••• Call Timer:F77 Use to display the duration of current or most recent call. •••••• Pause:F78 Use to program a pause (1.5 second) delay into an external autodial sequence. •••••• Excl. Hold:F79 Use to put a group call on hold. The call shows busy on all other sets in the group. •••••• Trunk Answr:F800 Use to answer an external call that is ringing on a line that has been placed into a Ringing Service schedule. This feature does not work for a private line. •••••• Call Queue:F801 Use to answer the next call. •••••• Grp. Listen:F802 Use to receive to both the speakers and the handset on a set. 86 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 •••••• Show time:F803 Use to display the time and date while on a call. •••••• Wait:Dial:F804 Use to program an external autodial number to cause the system to wait to receive dial tone from another system before proceeding with the dialing sequence. •••••• Ringing Call:F807 •••••• Long Tones: F808 Use to generate a tone for the period you hold down a button to communicate with devices such as faxes and answering machines. •••••• Call Info:F811 Use to display the name, number, or line name of a ringing or held call. •••••• Call Log:F812 Display the call information for a set. •••••• Logit:F813 Store caller information for your current call in the Call Log of the set. •••••• Offer rej:F814 •••••• Log O’flow:F815 Also referred to as Autobumping. Use to delete the oldest log item from the Call Log of the set. •••••• ONN block:F819 Use to block your name/number from being transmitted as part of the call information package. •••••• Camp-on:F82 Use to reroute a call to another set that already has busy lines. •••••• Privacy:F83 Use to enable or disable privacy setting, which allows or blocks another telephone from choosing the line you are using. •••••• Line Redire:F84 Use to redirect external calls to a telephone external to your system. Note: Not all lines or telephones support this feature. •••••• DND:F85 Use either to: • block ringing of all incoming calls, except priority calls • block an incoming priority call if you are currently on a call •••••• Music:F86 Use to listen to music from the external music source through your telephone speaker if you are not on a call. Note: Customer-supplied hardware must be installed for this feature to work. •••••• Srvc Stat:F870 Display the services that have been turned on at a designated control set. •••••• Ring Srvc:F871 Turn on one of six schedules for alternative ringing/call answer arrangements from a designated control telephone. •••••• Rstrn Srvc:F872 Turn on one of six services for restrictions on particular lines or telephones from a designated control telephone. You need the System Coordinator password. •••••• Route Srvc:F873 Turn on one of six services for routing on particular lines on telephones from a designated control telephone. You require the System Coordinator password. •••••• Alarm:F875 Use this from a room set to program a wake-up alarm. •••••• Rm cndition:F876 Use this command from a room set to update the room condition setting. •••••• Alarm admin:F877 Use from a Hospitality administrative set to set a wake-up alarm for a specific room. •••••• Rm cond adm:F878 Use from a Hospitality administrative set to see the room condition of a specific room. •••••• Rm occ adm:F879 Use from a Hospitality administrative set to see the room occupancy of a specific room. 87 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •••••• Voice Deny:F88 Use to prevent the set from receiving voice calls. •••••• MCID:F897 ESTI lines only: If service is active from the service provider, this feature saves current caller information at the service provider system. •••••• Language:F*501 Select the display language. (501 = first language; 502 = second language; 503 = third language •••••• Sil Mon:F*550 Allows users at a supervisor terminal to monitor external Hunt group calls. •••••• Contrast:F*7 Use to adjust contrast of display •••••• Static time:F806 Change the first line of the display to the current time and date. •••••• Call:F*520 .... F*535 These 16 System-wide Call Appearance (SWCA) feature codes can be programmed onto memory buttons with indicators to provide call parking within a group of telephones that share the same SWCA button assignment. ••• User speed dial Use these commands to program user speed dialers. (codes: 256 to 279) ••• Call log opt’ns Select whether the set will log all calls, no calls, or only unanswered calls. ••• Dialing opt’ns Select standard dial, pre-dial, or automatic dial. ••• Language Choose the display language: English, French or Spanish. Note: Language choices depend on system setup. ••• Display cntrst Select a display contrast level. ••• Ring type Select a ring type. •• Restrictions Use these commands to create and assign restriction filters. These filters are used to prevent a user from making certain kinds of calls from a telephone during normal or scheduled operation periods. ••• Restrn filters ••• Set restrns Select restrictions for specific set or all sets. •••• Filters Choose the filter you want to program. ••••• Normal ••••• Night ••••• Evening ••••• Lunch ••••• Sched 4 ••••• Sched 5 ••••• Sched 6 For each line, enter the number (two-digits) of the restriction filter to apply during normal service and each of the schedules. •••• Set lock Select the level of personal programming and customizing that can be performed at a telephone. •••• Allow last no Select whether a telephone can use Last Number Redial (²Þ). •••• Allow saved no Select whether a telephone can use Saved Number Redial (²ßà). •••• Allow link Select whether a telephone can use Link (²àÚ) to access the features of a private branch exchange. 88 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 ••• Line/set rstrns Assign restriction filters to certain lines on each set in your system. •••• Show line:_ Select the line on this telephone for which the restriction will apply. ••••• Normal ••••• Night ••••• Evening ••••• Lunch ••••• Sched 4 ••••• Sched 5 ••••• Sched 6 For each line, enter the number (two-digit) of the restriction filter to apply during normal service and each of the schedules. •• Telco features These commands allow you to program how the Norstar system works with features and services that are based in the public network or other outside source, namely Call Display or an external voice message service. ••• Feature assign Use these commands to assign features, such Call Display, to identify external in-coming calls. •••• Show line:_____ Enter the number of the line for which the telephone will show Call Display information. ••••• Caller ID set Select whether the telephone will display incoming CLID. ••••• Extl VMsg set Select whether this telephone will display a message indicator provided to the specified line by an external voice message service. ••• 1stDisplay Select call information to be displayed first: name of caller, number of caller, or name of line in your Norstar system that the call is on. ••• Called ID Select if Called ID is to be displayed. ••• Log space Allocate a number of Call log spaces from a system-wide pool of spaces to the telephone. •••• Log: Pool: Assign this telephone its log spaces. Lines These commands allow you to assign settings to each trunk and external line. • Show line:_ Enter the line number of the line you want to program. • Line001:Line001 Display of the line number and current line name. •• Trunk/Line data Use to program settings for physical lines that affect how the line is used by the Norstar system. ••• Trunk type This entry is determined by the cartridge or card installed in the KSU slot. This setting also allows you to determine if the lines is supervised or not supervised. ••• Line type Select how a line will be used by telephones in the system. Choose Public to be able to assign the line to any telephone. Choose Private to make the line private to a telephone. Enter the DN of the telephone you want to assign to the line. Choose Pool to place the line in a line pool (A to O). ••• Dial mode Select the appropriate dial mode for the line. The dial mode must match the dial mode setting of the line at the central office on the public network. The default is tone. This setting does not appear for target lines. ••• PrimeSet Enter the DN of a prime telephone as a backup to answer calls on this line. 89 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record ••• Auto privacy Select whether a line will be private to the individual on a call, or whether it can be shared by other users while a call is in progress. The Privacy setting can be suspended for individual calls using the privacy feature (²¡Ü). ••• Trunk mode Select whether the line operates with disconnect supervision. Auto answer and DISA lines must be supervised. This setting does not appear for target lines. ••• Ans mode Select whether the line will be answered manually, the normal call answering method, or automatically by the system. Auto answer allows remote access to your Norstar system. This setting only appears if Trunk mode is supervised. ••• Ans with DISA Select whether a line programmed for auto answer will be answered with Direct Inward System Access (DISA) or with system dial tone. This setting only appears if Ans mode is Auto. This setting does not appear for target lines. ••• Link time Select the duration of a signal, such as recall or flash, when a signal is required to access a feature through a remote system. ••• Link at CO Select whether the system applies the restrictions on outgoing calls to the digits dialed after the Link signal (a host signalling option). ••• Aux. ringer Select whether an auxiliary ringer, if installed, will ring for incoming calls on this specific line. ••• Full AutoHold Select whether an idle line will be put on hold when another line is selected. This setting does not appear for target lines. ••• Distinct Ring Choose whether the line will have a distinctive ring pattern. ••• LossPkg Select the appropriate loss/gain and impedance package for analog loop lines only. Select the package based on the terminating switch type (PBX or CO), and the distance from the switch (Short, Medium or Long). This setting only appears if Cd1-KSU is Loop. It does not appear for target lines. ••• Rec’d # Enter the Received number for this target line. When the system automatically answers an incoming call on auto-answer Loopstart or digital lines: • it collects the number of digits specified by the Rec’d # length setting • it matches these digits to a Received number • it routes the call to the appropriate target line. A Received number cannot be the same as, or be the start digits, of a line pool access code, a destination code, the DISA DN, or the Auto DN. ••• Signal Select the signal type for an E&M or DID line to match the signal type programmed for the trunk at the other switch. ••• ANI number Select whether the telephone number of the caller will be collected for this E&M or DID line. The digits can then be displayed on Norstar telephones as part of Call Information services. ••• DNIS number Select whether the digits dialed by an external caller on this E&M or DID line will be collected. ••• Gain Select the appropriate gain level for this E&M or DID line. •• Name Enter a name for a line that is up to seven characters long. This name defaults to the line number. •• Restrictions Allows you to create and assign restriction filters. These filters control what kind of calls a user can make on this line. 90 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 ••• Restrn filters These are sets or groups of restrictions and associated overrides that specify the external numbers or feature codes that cannot be dialed from a telephone or line. •••• Show filter:_ Enter the two-digit filter number. ••••• Restrn flt 00 Filter 00 is pre-set with no restrictions. ••••• Restrn flt 01 First programmable restriction. For each filter, enter up to 99 restrictions. •••••• Deny Enter the digits you wish to be restricted when this filter is used. •••••• Override 001 Enter the dialing sequences which are allowed to override this filter, if any. ••• Line restrns Designate restriction filters to the lines assigned to this telephone. •••• Normal •••• Night •••• Evening •••• Lunch •••• Sched 4 •••• Sched 5 •••• Sched 6 Enter the number (two-digit) of the restriction filter to apply during normal service and for each of the schedules. ••• Remote restrns Assign restriction filters that apply only to remote users of the line. ••••• Normal ••••• Night ••••• Evening ••••• Lunch ••••• Sched 4 ••••• Sched 5 ••••• Sched 6 Enter the number (two-digit) of the restriction filter to apply to remote use during normal service and for each of the schedules. •• Telco features These commands allow you to assign settings for an external voice message service. ••• VMsg center 1 (1-4) Assign a VMsg center to be used for voice message service for the line. •••• Use: Choose the route the system will use to access the external voice mail center. •••• Tel # Enter the telephone number that access the voice mail center. Services These commands allow you to create services such as night ringing, routing, and restrictions for making external calls. • Ringing service Assign additional telephones to ring for a line during specified periods of the day or night. •• Ringing groups Allow groups of extended ringing sets to be defined. ••• Show group:_ Enter the number of the Ringing group you want to program (001-100). •••• Ring grp 001 Enter the valid ring group number from 001 to 100. All ring groups have set 211 assigned to them. ••••• Show set:_ Enter the number of the set you wish to assign to this Ringing group or use LIST to display the valid sets added to this Ringing group. 91 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •• Sched:Night Select options for your ringing service. ••• Service Select how you want your service activated. ••• Trunk Answer Allow the telephone to answer incoming calls arriving at any telephone on the system. ••• ExtraDial Enter the internal telephone number of the Extra-Dial telephone. This allows you to assign an additional Direct-dial telephone in the Norstar system for each schedule you use. ••• Line settings Select ringing service options for each line. •••• Show line:_ Enter the valid line number. ••••• Ring grp Press change to enter the line number of each pre-defined ring group between 001 and 100. ••••• Aux. ringer Indicate whether the auxiliary ringer (if installed) also rings for this line when Ringing service is on. •• Sched:Evening •• Sched:Lunch •• Sched:Sched 4 •• Sched:Sched 5 •• Sched:Sched 6 Enter the information for each of these settings as you have done for Night sched. • Restrn service Use these commands to select the method for activating alternate restrictions. •• Sched:Night Indicate how alternate call routing should be activated for each of the schedules. ••• Service Select how you want your service activated. •• Sched:Evening •• Sched:Lunch •• Sched:Sched 4 •• Sched:Sched 5 •• Sched:Sched 6 Set up activation method for each of these settings, as you have with Night sched. • Routing service A programming section that allows you to create up to 500 destination codes and 999 routes to provide a dialing plan or for least cost routing. •• Routes Create the routes to be used when a destination code is dialed. ••• Show route:_ Enter the number of the route you want to create. •••• DialOut Enter the number, of up to 24 digits or characters, that you want this route to dial out, if required. •••• Use Select the line pool you want this route to use. 92 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 •• Dest codes Define which routes are used when a destination code is dialed. ••• Show DstCode:_ Up to 500 destination codes are programmable. Enter up to seven digits of the destination code that you want to use to define a route. Destination codes must be unique. A destination code cannot begin with a digit assigned as: • Call Park prefix • Direct-dial digit • same as, or be the start digits of a DN, the DISA DN or the Auto DN • line pool code • received number. ••• DestCode:_ Enter the new destination code. ••• DestCode: Shows the destination code you wish to view. •••• Normal For the last destination code, define the normal service. Use the route that has the lowest cost for the times when normal service is in use. ••••• AbsorbLength Enter the number of digits from the destination code that will be dropped before the number is dialed out. •••• Night Each of the next six schedules allow you to define three possible routes that an outgoing call may take. ••••• First route ••••• Absorb Length ••••• Second route ••••• Absorb Length ••••• Third route ••••• Absorb Length Enter route numbers and determine the amount of the destination code that needs to be suppressed to use these routes. The routes are listed in hierarchal order. The system attempts the first route, first, and only moves to the second route if the first route is not available. If the second route is also not available, the call will attempt to use the third route. If none of the routes are available, the call will go to the overflow route, if one has been specified. •••• Evening •••• Lunch •••• Sched 4 •••• Sched 5 •••• Sched 6 For the last destination code, define a route for each of the schedules that you want to activate for this code. •• Sched:Night This schedule can be activated automatically or manually, or it can be left in the default Off. ••• Service Select how you want this service activated, if applicable. ••• Overflow For each schedule, choose whether you want a destination code to use the route assigned to normal service when the route assigned to the schedule is busy. •• Sched:Evening •• Sched:Lunch •• Sched:Sched 4 •• Sched:Sched 5 •• Sched:Sched 6 Select how you want each of the scheduled services to be activated, and whether a destination code uses the route used with normal service when the route used with the schedule is busy. 93 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record • Common settings Use these commands to assign settings that are shared by different services. •• Control sets Assign control telephones to turn services on or off. ••• For lines Select lines for settings and services. •••• Show line:_ Enter the number of the line you want to program. •••• L001 Assign a control telephone to each external line that will controls services for the line. ••• For sets Select the sets affected by this service. •••• Show set:_ Enter the number of the telephone you want to program. •••• Assign a control telephone to each telephone. This telephone controls Restriction service and Routing service for the set. •• Schedule names The schedule name is shown on the display of the control telephone when the schedule is turned on. It identifies the active schedule. ••• Sched 1 ••• Sched 2 ••• Sched 3 ••• Sched 4 ••• Sched 5 ••• Sched 6 Enter the name of the schedule, or use the default numbering. •• Schedule times Enter automatic start and stop times for scheduled services. ••• Monday Assign the schedule times for Monday, as it applies to your office. •••• Sched:Night (Evening, Lunch, Sched 4, Sched 5, or Sched 6) Select the schedule as it applies to your office. ••••• Start time Enter the start time. ••••• Stop time Enter the stop time. ••• Tuesday ••• Wednesday ••• Thursday ••• Friday ••• Saturday ••• Sunday Assign scheduled start and stop times for each scheduled service and day of week, as you have done for Monday. Sys speed dial These commands allow you to create speed dial codes that can be used by any telephone in the system. • Speed dial # Enter the three-digit speed dial code (001-255) that you want to program. •• XXX: Enter the telephone number (up to 24 digits) that you want to assign to it. •• Use prime line Select the line to use for dialing this speed dial number. If you select Use routing table, the number dialed is treated as a routing destination code. •• Display digits Select whether a telephone displays the number dialed when a speed dial number is used. 94 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 ••• Name If you choose No for display digits, enter 16 characters to identify the person or location for a speed dial number. When the number is dialed, the telephone displays the name, not the number. If you want to use the alpha tagging feature, you must specify a name for the speed dial. •• Bypass restr’n Select whether a programmed system speed dial number can bypass restrictions programmed for a line and/or a telephone. Passwords Use these commands to assign passwords to restrict access to programming and system features. • COS pswds Create up to 100 six-digit passwords that control access and use of the Norstar system by internal and remote users. •• Show pswd#:_ Enter the two-digit Class of Service password number (00-99). •• COS pswd #00 Indicates the number of the password to which you are assigning information. ••• Pswd 00 Enter a six-digit password. ••• User flt Assign a restriction filter to the Class of Service password. ••• Line flt Select whether a Class of Service password will use the default line filter or a different line filter (enter the two-digit filter number). ••• Remote pkg Select whether a Class of Service password will use the default remote package or a different remote package (enter the two-digit remote package number). • Call log pswds A programming section that allows you to clear any Call Log password programmed with the Call Log feature. •• Show set:_ Enter the DN of the telephone you want to program. ••• Log pswd Erase the call log password for this telephone. • Programing pswds In this section you can create your own password rather than use the default. •• Installer Enter the new installer password which gives you access all the programming settings. •• SysCoord+ Enter the new system coordinator password which gives you access to selected programming settings. •• Sys coord Enter the new system coordinator password which gives you access to everyday programming settings. •• Basic Enter the new basic password which gives you access to the most commonly used programming settings. • Reg pswd. (MICS-XC only) Enter the new registration password that allows you to register Companion portable sets to the system. • Hospitality Use these commands to create Hospitality services passwords if required, rather than use the defaults. •• Desk pswd Enter the new Desk password which gives access to all Hospitality services programming settings. •• Cond pswd Enter a Condition password which gives certain employees access to the Room condition programming settings in Hospitality services. • SM password Enter the password that the supervisor using Silent Monitoring will enter. 95 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record Time&Date Use these commands to set the system clock to the correct time and date. System prgrming Use these commands to change system-wide settings. • Hunt groups These commands allow you to set up incoming calls on a specific DN to be routed to a group of sets. •• Show group:_ Enter the DN of the telephone you want to program. ••• Member DNs Enter the DN of the telephone you want to add to the group. •• Line assignment Assign or unassign a line to a particular hunt group. •• Mode: Determine how an incoming call will be handled by the hunt group. •• Hunt delay: Select a delay value to determine how long a set rings before the call moves on the next member set. •• If busy: Determine how an incoming call is to be treated when all hunt group member sets are busy. •• Q Timeout: Set the number of seconds the incoming call remains in the hunt group call queue before it is offered to the overflow position. •• Overflow: Enter the DN of the set you want the hunt group overflow calls to be presented. •• Name: Enter the name of the hunt group. •• Aux ringer Indicate if an external ringer will be used. •• Distinct Ring Use this setting to determine the Distinctive Ring Pattern you want to use to identify the Hunt group. This setting works in conjunction with Line and Telephone distinctive ring settings. • Change DNs Change the DN of a telephone. All DNs must be the same length. The first digit of a new DN cannot be the same as the: • external line access code • Call Park prefix • Direct-dial digit • first digit of a line pool access code If you change an individual DN, you must quit programming for the change to take effect. • Featr settings Use these commands to set or change features for specific sets. •• Backgrnd music Select whether users can listen to music through their telephone speaker using the Background Music feature (²°fl). A customer-supplied music source must be connected to the ICS. •• On hold Select whether a caller on hold hears: • music from an outside source, such as a radio connected to the ICS • periodic tones • silence •• Receiver volume Select whether the volume of a telephone receiver/headset automatically resets to the system default level, or retains the level set at the telephone. •• Camp timeout Select the number of seconds a call can remain camped before it returns to the telephone that camped it. •• Park timeout Select the number of seconds a call on an external line can remain parked before it returns to the telephone that parked it. 96 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 •• Park mode Select whether the system will use Call Park codes in a sequence from lowest to highest, or use the lowest numbered code that is available when the call is parked. •• Trnsfr callbk Select the number of times a transferred call rings before it returns to the telephone that transferred it. •• DRT to prime Select whether to automatically transfer unanswered external calls to a prime telephone. •• DRT delay Select the number of times a call rings before Delayed Ring Transfer transfers it to a prime telephone. This setting only appears if DRT to prime is Yes. •• Held reminder Select whether the telephone reminds you when a call is on hold. •• Remind delay Select the number of seconds before the telephone reminds you that a call is on hold. The setting only appears if Held reminder is Yes. •• Directd pickup Select whether users can answer calls at any telephone using the directed call pickup feature (²àß). •• Page tone Select whether users can hear a Page Announcement tone (²ßâ) over the system. •• Page Timeout Select the number of seconds before a Page is automatically disconnected. •• Daylight time Select whether daylight savings time is automatically applied to the system clock. •• AutoTime&Date Select whether time and day will automatically display. •• SWCA Cntrl This feature provides 16 feature codes which allow you to park calls on the system. If these codes are assigned to memory buttons with indicators in a group of telephones, then incoming calls can be assigned to the buttons and maintain a call appearance for the group, while freeing up the line for additional calls. ••• Auto Associate Use this command to determine if calls are automatically assigned to a free SWCA key. ••• Invoke by Hold Use this command to determine if calls are automatically assigned to a free SWCA key if they are put on Hold. •• Call log space Customize how Call log space is allocated to telephones in the system. ••• Reset all logs? Use this command to confirm that you want to reallocate the Call log space equally to all telephones in your system. •• Host delay Select the delay, in milliseconds, between the selection of an outgoing line and the moment that Norstar sends dialed digits or codes on that line. •• Link time •• AlarmSet Enter the DN of the telephone used to display alarm messages when a problem occurs in the Norstar system. •• Set relocation Select whether telephones in the system can be moved without losing their programming. •• Msg reply enh Select whether to provide light message waiting lamps or a stuttered dialtone on selected analog telephones on specially equipped ASMs. •• Ans. key: Allows you to assign up to eight answer keys. Settings are Basic, Enhanced, and Extended. 97 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •• Silent Monitor Use this command to determine if the Silent Monitoring feature will emit a conference tone when supervision occurs. (Y = tone; N = no tone) •• CLID Match Use this command to determine how many digits an incoming calls must match to a System Speed Dial listing to allow the speed dial name to display for the call. • Direct-dial Select whether an internal or external number is used for the Direct-dial telephone. •• D-Dial 1 Enter the internal or external numbers that the system will automatically dial when someone enters the Direct-dial digit. ••• Intrnl# Enter the DN number of the direct-dial telephone. If it is an external number, you will also have to choose how the outgoing call is made. •• D-Dial 2 •• D-Dial 3 •• D-Dial 4 •• D-Dial 5 Program the settings for each direct-dial telephone, as you did for Set 1. • CAP/KIM assignment Use these commands to assign the DNs of telephones to a the central answering position (CAP) which can be composed of one or more CAP modules attached to a M7234 telephone or one or more KIMs attached to a T7316E BST telephone. •• CAP 1 or KIM1 •• CAP 2 or KIM2 •• CAP 3 or KIM3 •• CAP 4 or KIM4 •• CAP 5 or KIM5 Enter the DN of the CAP telephones. • Dialing plan •• Private network If you are networking your system using dedicated PRI lines, you need to set up the same dialing plan on all nodes of the system. ••• Type (None, CDP, UDP) This fields defines the type of dialing plan. ••• PrivNetID (CDP and UDP only) This is the unique network identifier for each node. ••• Loc code (UDP only) This is the code that provides access to a UDP-based node. ••• Priv DN len This is the number of digits the nodes require to recognize where the information needs to be routed. •• Public network If you are networking through PSTN public lines, you can specify which numbers will be recognized as belonging to the system. ••• Pub DN lengths This is the DN length the system will recognize •••• Show prefix These are the prefixes the system will recognize. •••• Prfx: Deflt ••••• DN length •• Dial timeout This is the timer for releasing a call that cannot be routed over the network. ••• Dial timeout 98 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 • Access Codes Use these commands to enter the access codes for: • Line pool • Park prefix • Extrnl code • Direct-Dial • Auto DN • DISA DN •• Line pool codes Enter a line pool access code for each line pool (1-4 digits). A line pool access code cannot start with the same digits as the: • Call Park prefix • Direct-dial digit • any DN (including Rec'd #s, the DISA DN, or the Auto DN) • destination code •• Park prefix Select the first digit of the Call Park retrieval code. •• Extrnl code Enter the one-digit external line access code. This code allows an M7100 telephone or a device connected to an ATA to access external lines. The external line access code cannot be the same as the: • Call Park prefix • Direct-dial digit • first digit used by an internal DN •• Direct-dial Select the digit used to dial a Direct-dial telephone. The digit cannot be the same as the: • first digit of a DN • line pool access code • external line access code • Call Park prefix • first digit of a destination code •• Auto DN Enter the DN that a remote user can dial on an auto answer Loop line so that the line is answered with system dial tone. A remote user can then use the system resources allowed by the remote access package assigned to the line. The length of the Auto DN is the same as the Rec'd # length. The Auto DN cannot be the same as a: • line pool access code • destination code •• DISA DN Enter the DN a remote user can dial on an auto answer Loop line so that the line is answered with stuttered dial tone. A remote user must then enter a Class of Service password to gain access to system resources. The remote access package assigned to the Class of Service password determines which resources they can use. The length of the DISA DN is the same as the Rec'd # length. The DISA DN cannot be the same as a: • line pool access code • destination code •• PrivAccCode Enter the special code for your private network access. •• Carrier Codes Enter the signal for a carrier code entry. 99 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record • Remote access Use these commands to create a system of controlled access to your Norstar system. •• Remote access pkgs Create packages to apply to lines that allow or restrict the remote access to Norstar line pools and/or to paging. ••• Show pkg:_ Enter the two-digit remote package number (00-15). Package 00 is pre-set to allow no access. •••• LinePool access For each package, select whether the user will have access to the system line pools. ••••• Pool For each line pool, select whether a remote user can have access. •••• Remote page For each package, select whether a remote user can access the Page feature. •• Rem line access Select the remote access packages to be applied. ••• Show line:_ Enter the line number. • Change DN type (MICS-XC systems, only) These commands allow you to change DN types for the range of DNs that are available to either portable telephones or ISDN terminal equipment. •• Show DN:_ Enter the DN for which you want to change the DN type. ••• 637 Select whether this DN is reserved for use with a portable telephone or with ISDN terminal equipment. •••• State Use this softkey item to see whether a portable has been assigned to the DN. Companion (MICS-XC systems, only) These commands allow you to set up base stations and program the portables in your Companion system. • Registration Use these commands to register the portables to the system. •• Registration Turn portable registration on or off. •• Portable DNs Identify the access line to which a portable is registered. ••• Show DN:_ Display the DN of the portable. • Radio data These commands allow you to initiate a re-evaluation of the radio status. •• Re-evaluation This command automatically assigns base stations to cells and defines the cell configuration. ••• Status Identify the status of the Re-evaluation. ••• Schedule • Radios These commands provide information about cell assignment and antenna type. •• Cell assignment View whether a radio is assigned to a cell or unassigned. ••• Show radio Enter the number of the radio. •• Antenna type Indicate the type of antenna selected for each base station. ••• Show radio Enter the number of the radio. 100 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 • Cells These commands provide information about the cells within the system. •• Show cell:_ Enter the number of the cell you wish to program. •• Cell radios Assign a radio to this cell. ••• Show radio:_ Enter the number of the radio. •• Cell nghbrs Assign a cell to be a neighbor. This is a cell that physically adjoins another cell. ••• Show nghbr View neighbor information. •• Cell rad nghbrs Assign a cell to be a bordering cell to each cell neighbour. •• Show RadNghbr View cell radio neighbor information. • System LID (MICS-XC systems, only) Use these commands to determine the System Access Logical Identifier (LID) by which the system identifies itself to portable telephones, and by which the portable telephones request service from the system. • Rec’d # length Select the number of digits received on auto-answer lines. These digits are used to identify the Auto DN and DISA DNs, and to route calls to target lines. • DN length:_ Select the length of DNs. DN length can be three to seven digits. Each increase in DN length adds the digit 2 to an existing DN (for example: DN 344, when increased to five digits, becomes 22344). • Nat’nl length The length of the telephone number dialed to reach a person within the same country. • Make/Break: Select the Make/Break ratio. The default Make/Break ratio is 40 / 60. • BusName Enter the name of the business. This name displays on the receiving set, where the line allows. • CbC limits These commands allow you to program the minimum and maximum incoming and outgoing calls for a PRI line pool. •• Pool PRI-A Select the PRI line pool (PRI-A, PRI-B....) for which you want to set the limits. ••• Show: Public Select Public or Private, or Tie, FX, OUTWATS, 800 •••• Min incoming Enter the minimum number of incoming PRI lines you need. •••• Max incoming Enter the maximum number of incoming PRI lines you need. •••• Min outgoing Enter the minimum number of outgoing PRI lines you need. •••• Max outgoing Enter the maximum number of outgoing PRI lines you need. • Release reasons Release reasons. • Hospitality These commands allow you to create the hospitality settings. •• Room/desk information These commands allow you to assign sets to a room. ••• Show set:_ Indicate the set you wish to configure. ••• Room #:_ Indicate the room associated with the set. ••• Adm pwd req’d: Indicate whether the set requires the use of the Hospitality Desk Admin password to access Hospitality Desk features. 101 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •• Call Restrns These commands allow you to assign dialing filters to room occupancy states. ••• Vacant This command notes if the Room is empty or occupied. •••• Use flt: Enter the dialing filter for the room state. The filters range from 00 to 99. ••• Basic Indicate the filter to be assigned for that level of room occupancy. ••• Mid Indicate the filter to be assigned for that level of room occupancy. ••• Full Indicate the filter to be assigned for that level of room occupancy. •• Service time These commands allow you to program a system-wide time when occupied rooms change state from Service done to Needs service. ••• Hour Enter the hour. ••• Minutes Enter the minutes. •• Alarm These commands allow you to configure the Alarm operation. ••• Attn attempts Enter the number of times the Alarm time feature attempts to get the attention of the occupant before cancelling. ••• Retry intrvl Enter the interval period between each Alarm attempt. This setting is in minute intervals. ••• Attn duration Set the period for which a set alerts on each alarm attempt. This setting is in seconds. ••• Time format Choose if alarm times are entered using a 12 hour or 24 hour clock. •• Expired Alarms These commands allow you to determine how the system will notify you about expired alarms. ••• Notify set Use this command to choose whether the set where the alarm was programmed will be notified if the alarm expires. ••• Use Tone Use this command to choose what tone will be used if the set is notified that an alarm has expired. • Network services These commands are used for MCDN connections only. •• ETSI (profile 2 only) These features can be supplied by your service provider over ETSI lines. ••• Netwrk Redirection (NCD) Use this command to indicate whether you want to be able to call forward calls over the network. ••• MCID Use this command to indicate whether the MCID feature code can be used to record call information at the CO. •• MCDN (profiles 1, 2, and 4) Press Next to move to next entry. ••• NetwkICCL Select whether you want ISDN Call Control Limitation to be set for your MCDN network. ••• TRO Select whether you want Trunk Route Optimization to be active on the MCDN networks. ••• TAT Select whether you want Trunk Anti-Tromboning to be set for your MCDN network. • SM Sets Indicate the number of silent monitoring telephones that you want to allow in your system (1 - 30). Note that telephones that have been allowed as SM supervisors cannot be monitored. 102 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 Telco features These commands allow you to assign settings for external voice messaging services. • VMsg ctr tel#s These commands allow you to determine which voice message center the set will use, and how it will access the network. •• VMsg center 1 •• VMsg center 2 •• VMsg center 3 •• VMsg center 4 •• VMsg center 5 Choose the voice message center you want the set to use. ••• Use: line| routing tbl Select whether the set will access the voice message center over a direct line, or through a routing table. •••• Tel# Enter up to a 24-number telephone number that accesses the voice messaging center. • ONN blocking Allows outgoing name and number to be blocked at the called party end on both analog and digital lines. •• Analog VSC Analog Vertical service code. ••• Tone Vertical service code for analog tone dialing trunks. ••• Pulse Vertical service code for analog pulse dialing trunks. •• BRI VSC Basic Rate Interface Vertical service code. ••• Code: Enter the BRI code. Software keys These commands allow you to set up access to optional features and services through Nortel Networks programming. • SysID This number can be viewed on any M7324, M7310, T7316 or T7316E display. Record the number. You will be asked to provide this number when you call the Nortel Customer Response Center. • Password keys Keys are required for some system expansion activities and to activate the remote monitoring capability. To obtain the required keys for ISDN PRI, and fixed access trunks/WAN access for Data Modules, call the Nortel Customer Response Center at: 1-800-684-5825. Note: An ISDN PRI key is required for MCDN networking. •• Key 1 Enter the eight-digit password. •• Key 2 Enter the eight-digit password. •• Key 3 Enter the eight-digit password. Hardware Use these commands to view and configure the Trunk Cartridges and BRI Cards installed in the ICS. • Show module:_ Indicate the module you wish to view. • Cards on KSU View and program the cartridges and cards installed in the ICS. •• Cd1-KSU View the type of card that occupies the right-most slot in the ICS. ••• Card type The display shows the current card type. ••• Lines View the line-number range for the lines on a Trunk Cartridge. ••• Show lines ___ 103 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •••• Protocol •••• PrivNetId ••• Discon timer Specify the duration of an Open Switch Interval for a Trunk Cartridge. ••• Answer timer Select the minimum duration, in seconds, of an answer signal before a call is considered to be answered, for an E&M trunk cartridge. •• CO fail Select the carrier failure standard used by your T1 service provider. This setting only appears for DTIs. •• I/F levels Interface levels defaults to the ISDN loss plan setting. Check with your telecommunications service provider to find out the I/F level of your connection: • digital network loss treatment (ISDN I/F levels) • analog network loss treatment (PSTN I/F levels) •• Framing Use to select the framing format used by your T1 service provider. This setting only appears for DTIs. •• Internal CSU Use to turn the internal TI channel service on or off. The channel service unit gathers performance statistics for your T1 lines. •• CSU line bld Use to set the gain level of the transmitted signal. This setting only appears for DTIs that have their internal CSU turned on. •• DSX1 bld Use to set the distance between the ICS and an external channel service unit. This setting only appears for DTIs that have their internal CSU set to Off. •• Line coding Select the standard used by your T1 service provider for encoding signals on the T1 lines. •• ClockSrc Determine the type of clock source. ••• Loops View the loops on a BRI Card. ••• Loop nnn View the settings for a particular loop on a BRI Card. •••• Type View or change the loop type. •••• Sampling Select the sampling used by an S-loop. •••• DNs on Loop Assign the ISDN DNs that use this loop. ••••• Assign DNs Enter ISDN DNs for each S-loop or LT loop. ••••• Show DN:_ Indicate whether or not the DN is assigned to a loop. ••••• Loop DN:_ Select the main ISDN DN, if any, for the loop. ••• SPID1 Enter the SPID supplied by your service provider. ••• # of B-channls Select the number of B-channels that are associated with the SPID. ••• Network DNs Enter the Network DNs that are associated with the SPID. A Network ISDN DN can be assigned to more than one SPID. •••• Call type Select the Call type used with the Network DN. For each ISDN DN, use only one of each of the Voice and Data call type settings, or a single Both call type setting. 104 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record P0603536 02 ••• D-packet servce Configure the D-packet service for this loop. Only one loop on each card can support D-channel packet service. •••• D-packet servce Turn the D-packet service for this loop on or off. •••• Lp001 Select the loop that supports the D-packet service: • S-loop (for BRI-ST Card) • LT-loop (for BRI-U2 or BRI-U4 Card) ••• TEIs Add up to eight Terminal Endpoint Identifiers (TEIs). Each TEI is supplied by your service provider. A TEI is associated with an ISDN device. •••• TEI Enter the two-digit TEIs supplied by your service provider. ••• ClockSrc Determine the type of clock source. ••• ONN blk Determine if ONN blocking will be allowed for BRI loops. ••• SPID2 Enter the second SPID supplied by your service provider, if applicable. • Cd2 on KSU Select the type of card that occupies the second slot in the ICS. Note: The slots are numbered from left to right. Version note: If your system is using 4x8 software which has not been upgraded, this setting does not appear. •• Mod 03 •• Mod 04 •• Mod 05 •• Mod 06 •• Mod 07 •• Mod 08 View and program the cards installed in the modules. Note: MICS-XC also has modules 9-14. ••• StnMod Indicate that the module is a Station Module ••• ASM Indicate that the module is an Analog Station Module ••• TrunkMod Indicate that the module is a Trunk Module ••• DataMod Indicate that the module is a datamodule: • Norstar Integrated Data Module 200 (IDM 200) • BayStack • Synchronous Data Interface (SDI) •••• Type Indicate the type of data module. You can change the type if no data module is currently attached to the expansion port. •••• IP address Indicate the IP address for a data module (BayStack only). •••• Fixed access Assign Fixed lines to supported data modules • IDM 200 • BayStack • SDI). •••• Switched access Assign lines used for dial-up network access to the data module (BayStack only). ••••• Line assignment Select fixed lines the data module (BayStack only) uses for switched access. ••••• Line pool access Indicate line pool switched access for the data module (BayStack only). •••• DataMod NVRAM Use to reset the NVRAM of the IDM 200 data module to the factory defaults. 105 P0603536 02 Modular ICS 6.1 Programming Record •••• Config Use to configure the settings for the SDI. ••••• Ptl Select the physical interface used to connect the SDI to the networking equipment. ••••• DS0 rate Select the transmission rate of the channels (Fixed lines) assigned to the SDI. ••••• TxClk src Select whether data travelling through the SDI is synchronized using timing (clocking) from the SDI or the DTE. ••••• TxClk invrsn Invert the signal used by the SDI to synchronize data from the DTE to adjust for round trip delays between the SDI and DTE. ••••• Data invrsn Invert data travelling through the SDI before routing it to the T1 connection or DTE to allow the SDI to support HDLC/SDLC (a transmission standard for data) protocol. •••• Lp state Show the direction of the loopback, if any, generated by the SDI. •••• Fixed access Assign fixed lines to supported data modules: • IDM 200 • BayStack • SDI). • Maintenance These commands allow you to make diagnostic checks on the system. • System version Record the system version shown on the display. • Port/DN status View the Port/DN status. • Module status View the Module status. • Sys test log View items in Sys test log. • Sys admin log View items in log. • Network evt log View the items in the Network Log. This log keeps a record of events and alarms involving the digital network interface. • Provisioning Place BRI loops in or out of service. • Tests Run and list any BERT-set tests. • CSU stats View the performance statistics for your T1 lines. • Diagnostic tools Diagnostic tools programming performed by experienced personnel. • Link Status • Usage metrics •• Hunt Groups Use to gather statistical information about Hunt group usage. •• Call-by-Call Use to gather statistical information about PRI CbC calls. Meridian, Norstar, and Companion are trademarks of Nortel Networks Corporation. Meridian, Norstar and the Business Communications System are manufactured by Nortel Networks Corporation. This document is for use with Norstar Modular ICS and Norstar Modular ICS-XC 6.1 systems. © 2003 Nortel Networks Corporation All rights reserved P0603536 02 Printed in Canada