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  • Features and Specifications Manual

    A50-031169-004 AU ISSUE 1.1 (R2.1)

    Aug 2012

  • Copyright NEC shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages about the use of this equipment, manual or any related materials.

    NEC Corporation reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features at any time without notice.

    NEC Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation.

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    Copyright 2011 - 2012 NEC Corporation Printed in Japan

  • Features and Specifications Manual i

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter1 Features 1-1 SECTION 1 ABOUT THIS CHAPTER 1-1 SECTION 2 IMPORTANT NOTES 1-1

    Abbreviated Dialing/Speed Dial 1-2 Account Code Forced/Verified/Unverified 1-10 Account Code Entry 1-14 Alarm 1-17 Alarm Reports 1-19 Alphanumeric Display 1-25 Analog Communications Interface (ACI) 1-26 Answer Hold/Automatic Hold 1-28 Attendant Call Queuing 1-30 Automatic Release 1-31 Automatic Route Selection (ARS/F-Route) 1-33 Background Music 1-38 Barge-In 1-40 Battery Backup - System Memory 1-43 Battery Backup - System Power 1-44 Call Arrival (CAR) Keys 1-45 Call Duration Timer 1-48 Call Forwarding 1-49 Call Forwarding with Follow Me 1-58 Call Forwarding, Off-Premise 1-60 Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb Override 1-67 Call Monitoring 1-68 Call Redirect 1-71 Call Waiting/Camp-On 1-73 Callback 1-75 Caller ID Call Return 1-77 Caller ID 1-79 Caller ID - Flexible Ringing 1-89 Caller ID - Shared Logging 1-94 Central Office Calls, Answering 1-96 Central Office Calls, Placing 1-100 Class of Service 1-104 Clock/Calendar Display/Time and Date 1-111 Code Restriction/Toll Restriction 1-113 Code Restriction Override/Toll Restriction Override 1-116 Code Restriction, Dial Block/Toll Restriction, Dial Block 1-121 Conference 1-123 Conference, Remote 1-128 Conference, Voice Call/Privacy Release 1-130 Continued Dialing 1-132 Data Line Security 1-134 Delayed Ringing 1-135 Department Calling 1-137 Department Step Calling 1-143 DHCP Client 1-145 Dial Pad Confirmation Tone 1-147 Dial Tone Detection 1-148 Dialing Number Preview 1-150 Digital Trunk Clocking 1-152 Direct Inward Dialing (DID) 1-154 Direct Inward Line (DIL) 1-163 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) 1-166

  • ii Features and Specifications Manual

    Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console 1-172 Directed Call Pickup 1-177 Directory Dialing 1-179 Distinctive Ringing, Tones and Flash Patterns 1-181 Do Not Disturb (DND) 1-184 Door Box 1-187 Ecology 1-190 Flash 1-196 Flexible Ring 1-197 Flexible System Numbering 1-199 Flexible Timeouts 1-206 Forced Trunk Disconnect 1-209 Group Call Pickup 1-211 Group Listen 1-213 Handset Mute/Handset Cutoff 1-215 Handsfree and Monitor 1-216 Handsfree Answerback/Forced Intercom Ringing 1-218 Headset Operation 1-220 Hold 1-222 Hotel/Motel 1-225 Hotel/Motel – Do Not Disturb 1-231 Hotel/Motel – DSS Console Monitoring 1-234 Hotel/Motel – Message Waiting 1-237 Hotel/Motel – Room Status 1-240 Hotel/Motel – Room Status Printout 1-244 Hotel/Motel – Room-to-Room Call Restriction 1-248 Hotel/Motel – Single Digit Dialing 1-250 Hotel/Motel – Toll Restriction (When Checked In) 1-252 Hotel/Motel – Wake Up Call 1-256 Hot Key-Pad 1-260 Hotline 1-262 Howler Tone Service 1-265 Illuminated Dial Pad 1-266 InMail 1-268 InMail-Automatic Access to VM by Caller ID 1-282 InMail-Cascade Message Notification 1-285 InMail-Email Notification 1-297 InMail-Find-Me Follow-Me 1-302 InMail – Language Setting 1-305 InMail Park and Page 1-307 InMail Upload Download Audio 1-311 Intercom 1-317 IP Multiline Station (SIP) 1-320 IP Single Line Terminal (SIP) 1-327 IP Trunk – (SIP) Session Initiation Protocol 1-335 ISDN Compatibility 1-342 Last Number Redial 1-354 LCR-Least Cost Routing 1-357 Licensing 1-362 Line Preference 1-365 Long Conversation Cutoff 1-367 Loop Keys 1-369 Maintenance 1-372 Meet Me Conference 1-374 Meet Me Paging 1-376 Meet Me Paging Transfer 1-378 Memo Dial 1-381

  • Features and Specifications Manual iii

    Message Waiting 1-383 Microphone Cutoff 1-387 Mobile Extension 1-388 Mobile Extension - Callback to Mobile Phone 1-395 Multiple Trunk Types 1-398 Music on Hold 1-400 Name Storing 1-402 Navigation Key 1-404 Night Service 1-414 Off-Hook Signaling 1-418 One-Touch Calling 1-421 Operator 1-424 Paging, External 1-425 Paging, External (VRS) 1-428 Paging, Internal 1-430 Park 1-433 PBX Compatibility/Behind PBX 1-438 PC Programming 1-441 PC Programming - Intuition Setup 1-448 Power Failure Transfer 1-466 Prime Line Selection 1-467 Private Line 1-469 Programmable Function Keys 1-471 Programming from a Multiline Terminal 1-474 Pulse to Tone Conversion 1-476 Redial Function 1-477 Remote (System) Upgrade 1-479 Repeat Redial 1-481 Resident System Program 1-483 Reverse Voice Over 1-484 Ring Groups 1-487 Ringdown Extension (Hotline), Internal/External 1-489 Room Monitor 1-491 Save Number Dialed 1-496 Secondary Incoming Extension 1-499 Secretary Call (Buzzer) 1-501 Secretary Call Pickup 1-503 Security 1-505 Selectable Display Messaging 1-513 Selectable Ring Tones 1-516 Serial Call 1-518 Single Line Terminals 1-520 SIP Trunk E.164 CLIP Enhancement 1-524 SIP Trunk E.164 Support 1-528 Softkeys 1-530 Station Hunt 1-531 Station Message Detail Recording 1-532 Station Name Assignment - User Programmable 1-544 Station Relocation 1-546 Tandem Ringing 1-548 Tandem Trunking (Unsupervised Conference) 1-550 Tone Override 1-557 Traffic Reports 1-559 Transfer 1-561 Trunk Group Routing 1-567 Trunk Groups 1-569 Trunk Queuing/Camp-On 1-571

  • iv Features and Specifications Manual

    Unicast/Multicast Paging Mode 1-573 Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) 1-577 User Programming Ability 1-582 Virtual Extensions 1-583 Voice Mail Integration (Analog) 1-587 Voice Mail Message Indication on Line Keys 1-594 Voice/Melody Ringing by VM 1-596 Voice Over 1-601 Voice Response System (VRS) 1-604 Voice Response System (VRS) Upload Download Audio 1-612 Voice Response System (VRS) - Call Forwarding - Park and Page 1-617 Volume Controls 1-620 Warning Tone for Long Conversation 1-622

    Chapter2 Codes Tables 2-1 SECTION 1 ABOUT THIS CHAPTER 2-1 SECTION 2 SIMPLIFYING MULTILINE TERMINAL OPERATIONS WITH ONE-TOUCH KEY OPERATION 2-1 SECTION 3 USING HANDSFREE 2-1 Chapter3 Features Availability by Software Revision 3-1 SECTION 1 FEATURE AVAILABILITY CHART 3-1

  • Features and Specifications Manual v

    LIST OF TABLES Table 1-1 Keys for Entering Names......................................................................................1-6 Table 1-2 Sample Alarm Report .........................................................................................1-19 Table 1-3 Alarm Report Definitions.....................................................................................1-20 Table 1-4 Alarm Report Item Definitions.............................................................................1-20 Table 1-5 Sample System Information Printout ..................................................................1-21 Table 1-6 Keys for Entering Names....................................................................................1-84 Table 1-7 Caller ID Matching Rule......................................................................................1-90 Table 1-8 Example of setting PRG 15-02-67......................................................................1-95 Table 1-9 Dial Tone Detection Program Interaction..........................................................1-149 Table 1-10 Example 2 (Manual Change)..........................................................................1-157 Table 1-11 Monday –Friday ..............................................................................................1-158 Table 1-12 Saturday .........................................................................................................1-159 Table 1-13 Sunday ...........................................................................................................1-159 Table 1-14 Default Value for PRG 22-11-01/02 ................................................................1-161 Table 1-15 LED Flash Patterns ........................................................................................1-161 Table 1-16 Default Value for PRG 30-03-01.....................................................................1-174 Table 1-17 Distinctive Ringing: Tones and Flash Patterns ...............................................1-181 Table 1-18 Basic Tone Table – Tone 06............................................................................1-182 Table 1-19 Basic Tone Table – Tone 14............................................................................1-182 Table 1-20 Basic Tone Table – Tone 39............................................................................1