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  1. 1. Sdn. Bhd. GSM Linker Model: GX100 Page 1
  2. 2. COM|SOLUTIONS SDN BHD Operation Manual 48-1, Jalan Manis 3, Taman Segar, Chreas, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Http://www.mycomsolutions.com Email: info@mycomsolutions.com Page 2
  3. 3. Table of Content 1OVERVIEW...........................................................................................................4 1.1GX100 GSM Gateway Linker Applications............................................................................................4 1.2STANDARD PACKAGE..........................................................................................................................5 1.3PHYSICAL.................................................................................................................................................5 2MAIN FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS...........................................................6 2.1HARDWARE FEATURES:.....................................................................................................................6 2.2Types of Connection .................................................................................................................................7 2.3FEATURES................................................................................................................................................7 3SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ...........................................................................11 3.1PROGRAMMING METHODS.............................................................................................................11 3.2PROGRAMMING PRECAUTIONS.....................................................................................................11 3.3PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE.........................................................................................................11 3.3.1Single Parameter Programming Procedure........................................................................................11 3.3.2SEQUENTIAL PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE..........................................................................12 3.3.3CLEAR SINGLE PARAMETER (66-76) VALUE .........................................................................12 3.3.4RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT...................................................................................................12 3.3.5REMOTE PROGRAMMING ...........................................................................................................13 4PROGRAMMING PARAMETERS....................................................................14 5FAQ.....................................................................................................................22 PROGRAMMING PARAMETER TABLE.............................................................23 PROGRAMMING REFERENCE TABLE.............................................................26 Page 3
  4. 4. Chapter 1 1 Overview 1.1 GX100 GSM Gateway Linker Applications GSM linker provides the mobility of fixed equipment with easy setup process for site office or on automobile where the users need to share limited lines. To re-route the specific call through GSM system for least cost routing application. You can program the routing at the site or remotely. Figure 1 - GX100 GSM Linker Built-in battery charging capability through the connection from GX-100 to your mobile phone. Re-route specific calls through GSM system for least cost routing application. User can program the routing parameter in four different methods. Metal casing for durability and easy installation on site. Page 4
  5. 5. 1.2 STANDARD PACKAGE The GX-100 GSM Linker consists of the following items: 1. The GX-100 GSM Linker Main Unit 2. Mobile handset 3. Serial Cable (RS232, for connection from main unit to your mobile phone) 4. Telephone line cord (RJ11 socket) 5. A copy of the instruction manual 1.3 PHYSICAL Power 220V 50Hz Dimension 180mm * 140mm * 51mm Weight 2.5kg Page 5
  6. 6. Chapter 2 2 MAIN FEATURES AND APPLICATIONS 2.1 HARDWARE FEATURES: 1- Power indicator 2- GSM In-Use indicator 3- Analogue phone In-Use indicator 4- Power cords Page 6
  7. 7. 5- Mobile Connector (RS232) 6- PBX or Analogue phone line connector (RJ11) 7- Incoming line connector (RJ11) 2.2 TYPES OF CONNECTION Figure 2 -Home User Figure 3 - Business User 2.3 FEATURES a. Routing between PSTN and GSM User can program the numbers he wishes to dial through GSM. GX100 will choose the proper path, either GSM or PSTN, to make the cheaper call. Page 7
  8. 8. Figure 4 - Routing between PSTN and GSM b. ACR Dialer Inside In addition to GSM/PSTN routing capability, GX100 also works as an ACR dialer. Figure 5 - ACR Dialer c. Answering a Handphone Call Using Normal Telephone When the mobile phone receives a call, the desk phone will ring too. User can choose to answer call from handphone or desk phone. Page 8
  9. 9. Figure 6 - Answering a Handphone Call Using Normal Telephone d. Call Diverter (follow me) When the user is out of home or office, he can set the divert number where he can be reached. When someone calls him from PSTN number, the GSM Linker will forward the call to the divert number through mobile phone. The same theory applies in opposite direction. Figure 7 - Call Divert e. Use GSM as a PSTN Line Under the condition that PSTN line is not available, user can still use normal telephone or PBX as an interface and make phone calls through GSM service. Figure 8 - Use GSM as a PSTN Line f. Mobile Coin Phone Connect a normal coin phone to GX100, it becomes a mobile coin phone. This mobile coin phone is best on trains, buses, or the places where the PSTN line is not available. Page 9
  10. 10. Figure 9 - Mobile Coin Phone g. Easy Programming More than 100 parameters provide most flexible setting. The PC-based programmer let technicians/dealers program the parameters easily. It can be programmed locally with PC or telephone set, or remotely through the PSTN line. Figure 10 - Programming From PC Page 10
  11. 11. Chapter 3 3 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION 3.1 PROGRAMMING METHODS GX-100 Linker can be programmed through one of the four methods below: 1. Local programming through DTMF touch tone phone 2. Remote programming on-line through DTMF touch tone phone 3. Local programming through programming kit LM2000 comes with Software LinkF.exe. (Download and Upload capability) 4. Remote programming through programming kit LM2000 come with Software LinkF.exe. (Download and Upload capability) Note: For all programming, the phone unit must be off-hook/handset up. This section of the installation provides (1) & (2) DTMF Touch Tone programming instruction only. 3.2 PROGRAMMING PRECAUTIONS All GX-100 Linkers come with a set permanent factory default value. If user is required to program the GX-100, it is suggested that user should first reset the content to the factory default value to avoid confusion. 3.3 PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE 3.3.1 Single Parameter Programming Procedure To set or change single Parameter value: 1. Lift up the PSTN phone handset 2. Enter # 1 # [“beep”] 3. Enter Parameter number [“beep”] 4. Enter the control value 5. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 6. Hang up telephone Page 11
  12. 12. 3.3.2 SEQUENTIAL PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE To set or change multiple sequential Parameter Value: 1. Lift up the PSTN phone handset 2. Enter # 1 # [“beep”] 3. Enter Parameter number [“beep”] 4. Enter the control value 5. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 6. Enter Next Parameter number [“beep”] 7. Enter the Next control value 8. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 9. Hang up telephone after programming complete. 3.3.3 CLEAR SINGLE PARAMETER (66-76) VALUE To clear all the content of the GX-100 preset value: 1. Lift up the PSTN phone handset 2. Enter # 1 # [“beep”] 3. Enter parameter number 77 [“beep’’] 4. Enter the control value 5. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 6. Hang up telephone. 3.3.4 RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT To reset and restore the factory default preset value: 1. Lift up the PSTN phone handset 2. Enter # 1 # [“beep”] 3. Enter Parameter number 99 [“beep”] 4. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 5. Hang up telephone. Page 12
  13. 13. 3.3.5 REMOTE PROGRAMMING To program remotely on-line: 1. Lift up the PSTN phone handset 2. Call up the user through PSTN connection 3. Enter # 1 # [“NO beep”] 4. Enter remote password [default value: 1111] [“beep’’] 5. Enter Parameter number [“beep”] 6. Enter value 7. Enter * # to save [Long beep sound] 8. Repeat step 5 to 7 to change other parameter value 9. Wait 6 seconds for GX-100 to automatically return to conversation mode and hang up the telephone. Precaution: Do not hang up the telephone during programming mode. Wait for the beep tone after 6 seconds before hang up. Page 13
  14. 14. Chapter 4 4 PROGRAMMING PARAMETERS This section explains the individual programming parameter of GX-100. A summarized parameter tale is attached at the last section of the manual. Users are advised only to set the parameter value through technicians. This section explains the individual pre-set programming code and the specific function of the code or value within the parameter setting. This section is to be reviewed by the technical person only. THE PATHS The router has 5 paths and every path is able to autodial 4 groups of number with controlled timing either through timing or response of the server. The start code (66-70) determines which path will be used for the dialing. INPUT FOR EVERY PATH The input of the DTMF Tone consist of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.*,# and “A”,”B”,”C” and “D”. UNITS Each parameter value can be set using numbers from 1 digit to 16 digits. It is important to note what the unit represent prior setting in the parameter value. The units are per 10 milliseconds, 100 milliseconds and minutes. AUTO-ROUTING The parameter 050 – 059 is used for the application of auto-routing the dialing for the 5th Path if dialing the Access Number 1 failed. The unit will auto-dial the numbers in sequential order from 050, 051,052… till the access to the server is through. The router is able to detect the engage tone and switch to next server number, but only on the 5th Path Access Number 1. Parameters [This section applied to Path 1 through Path 5]  ACCESS NUMBER 1[01-05] This parameter saved the first group of numbers to be sent out if the router detects the user input numbers (Start Code: 66-70) from Path 1 to Path 5.  WAIT TIME 1 [06-10] Page 14
  15. 15. This parameter control the waiting time of the router before sending out Access Number 2 after sending out Access Number 1.  SECOND TONE DETECTION [11-15] This parameter control the router recognition method for the second tone. By setting the duration of the tone from the server to be considered as a “Go Ahead” signal, it reduce the chance of dialing out by picking up noise from the line. The unit used is 0.1sec or 100ms. Normally this parameter is recommended to set to 15 or 1.5seconds. If this value is set too short a time, the router may misjudge a noise as a signal to dial out Access Number 2 and if it is too long, will make the dialing process very slow.  DTMF DETECT 1 [16-20] This parameter control the router response when received a DTMF signal from the server before sending out the Access Number 2. It is also used to control the feedback tone of the router. Value=14 The default value of DTMF Detect 1 is 14 for Automatic Detection. The router will detect any of the DTMF code sent from the server before sending out the Access Number 2. Value=15 When user set 15 to DTMF Detect 1, when either the wait time 1 is over or there is no Second Tone 1 detected, the router will terminate the line and dial out the original input numbers. That means, to make an IDD call directly through our main Telco company. Value=16 When user set 16 to DTMF Detect 1, when either the wait time 1 is over or there is no Second Tone 1 detected, the router will terminate the line and seek for another path. The value of the DTMF Detect 1 of the alternative path should also be set to 16. If the router still unable to dial out the Access Number 1 after the routing, it will end its function by dialing out the number directly or make an IDD call. Value=17 When user set 17 to DTMF Detect 1, when either the wait time 1 is over or there is no Second Tone 1 detected, the router will terminate the line and seek for another path. The value of the DTMF Detect 1 of the alternative path should also be set to 16. If the router still unable to dial out the Access Number 1 after the routing, it will end its function by cutting off the line. Page 15
  16. 16. The different between 16 and 17 is that 16 will eventually dial out an IDD call for the users but 17 will terminate without dialing out IDD call. Value=15 (For Path 5) When user set 15 to DTMF Detect 1 on Path 5, when either the wait time 1 is over or there is no Second Tone 1 detected, the router will terminate the line and dial out the alternative numbers specified under the 050,051,052…059 in sequence. The process will repeat till last alternative numbers and cut off the line. Value=18 (For Path 5) When user set 20 to DTMF Detect 1 on Path 5, when either the wait time 1 is over or there is no Second Tone 1 detected, the router will terminate the line and dial out the alternative numbers specified under the 050,051,052…059 in sequence. The process will repeat itself in cycle from 050-059 till there is a response from the server. The different between value=15 and value=18 for path 5 DTMF Detect 1 is that value=15 is not repertory dialing and end at last number while value=18 dial keep on dialing till there is a response.  ACCESS NUMBER 2[21-25] This parameter saved the second group of numbers to be sent out if the router wait till wait time 1, or detect Second Detection Tone, or received a DTMF Detect 1 from the server.  WAIT TIME 2 [26-30] This parameter control the waiting time of the router before sending out Access Number 3 after sending out Access Number 1.[number 2]  DTMF DETECT 2 [31-35] This parameter controls the router response when received a DTMF signal from the server before sending out the Access Number 3. It is also used to control the feedback tone of the router.  ACCESS NUMBER 3[36-40] This parameter saved the third group of numbers to be sent out if the router wait till wait time 2 or received DTMF Detect 2 from the server.  WAIT TIME 3 [41-45] This parameter control the waiting time of the router before sending out Access Number 4 after sending out Access Number 3  ACCESS NUMBER 4 [46-50] This parameter saved the forth group of numbers to be sent out if the router wait till wait time 3 from the server. Page 16
  17. 17.  WAIT TIME 4 [51-55] This parameter controls the waiting time of the router after sending out the Access Number 4.  END CODE [56-60] This parameter control the adding of the # keys after the last dialed number is sent out. It is used also to set the timing to add the last ending number. Example: 1# means “after 100ms, send the # keys”  MULTI CUSTOMER [61-65] This parameter controls the insertion point of the 2-digit customer code number.  START CODE [66-70] This parameter control saved the value the activation of the Access Numbers when the users dialed number match the start code value. It can hold up to 250 codes per path. [The purpose of the Invalid Start Code is to allow the router to automatically bypass the auto-dial mode although the users dial a number that is specified inside the Start Code. Example of application: The customer wants direct access to this international number: 00-886-2-12345678 Start Code 00 Invalid Start Code: 00886 When customer dial 00-886-2-12345678, the router recognized that 00-886 is invalid start code, so will allow the user to dial out as an IDD call.  SUB CODE [71 – 75] This parameter control the blocking or elimination of dialed out numbers by the users after the router have sent all access numbers. The purpose of the sub code is to remove the pre-fix of the numbers dialed by the user. For example, some of the servers do not allow the “00” international access number once it enter the server. When this scenario happens, the user can remove the pre-fix “00” by setting the value to “00” for the sub code. The user can use wildcard “*” to represent any numbers for the pre-fix of the original dialed number. Page 17
  18. 18. Example: User dial: 00-852-2-12345678 Setting Sub Code: 00852 2 Dialer dial out only 12345678, ignore the 008522  INVALID START CODE [76] This parameter control the removal[invalid] of the start code saved inside 66-70. The value in the invalid start code simple means that the numbers is no longer valid as a start code for the router. As the value saved inside 66-70 can be quite a number and not possible to remove one by one, it can only be removed through the use of this invalid start code.  DEL START, SUB [invalid] CODE [77] This parameter control removes all the parameter values of 66-70 ,71-75and 76.  DTMF TONE ON [78] This parameter control timing of the DTMF signal on time. This control is used to control the overall signal sending speed to save time.  DTMF TONE OFF [79] This parameter control timing of the DTMF signal off time. This control is used to control the overall signal sending speed to save time.  BYPASS CODE [82] This parameter save the code required for the user to by-pass the router. The user has to dial the by-pass code prior dialing out calls if he wishes to make a direct call.  PBX CODE [83] This parameter is used to set the numbers for the router to dial out the PBX access code to get the external line prior sending out the access numbers.  PBX CODE PAUSE TIME [84] This parameter is used to set the timing to wait for a response from the PBX after sending out the PBX Code for external access line.  REMOTE PASSWORD [85] This parameter is used to set the password required to program the router from remote area through PSTN line. . Page 18
  19. 19.  ON HOOK TIME [87] This parameter is used to set time required for the router to determine if the user is cutting off the line or is using a flash. It is critical not to set the timing to short, or the user will not be able to use the flash function of their PBX; or if it is too long the timing, the user is not able to cut off the phone. It is recommended to set the timing at 0.8sec.  SETTING PASSWORD [88] This parameter is used to set password required to change the parameter value of the router. The user is required to enter the password (if available) for every programming session i.e. before you hang up the phone to terminate the programming mode.  CALL TRANSFER TIMER [96] This parameter is used to set the time limitation per telephone, when user activated the divert setting.  ENTER TRANSDER NUMBER MANUALLY [97] When parameter 89 set value at 3,user can manually enter the phone number it want to divert to. When parameter 97 set to ****, user also can manually enter the phone number it want to divert to. Ie: When the phone ringing, pick up the phone and enter 97.After that, enter the number u wan to divert to.  RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULT [99] This parameter restores all the pre-set factory value.  LCR AND HANDPHONE C/W TIMER [906 – 900] This parameter is used to set time limitation per telephone call through the GSM handphone. When parameter 906-900 set empty value, it will go call through PSTN line. When parameter 906-900 set value at 1, the timer will be based on accumulative method. When parameter 906-900 set value at 2, the timer will be based on per call basis. When parameter 906-900 set value to 3, the timer will not count in.  LCR AND HANDPHONE C/W TIMER [#901#] This parameter is used to reset the timer to the pre-set limit talk time. Page 19
  20. 20.  HANDSET TALK TIME SETTING [901-905] This parameter is used to select which path is used to direct to GSM line and whether to run the timer in accumulative mode or per call basis mode. To use the routing through GSM handphone, set timing into path 1-5 for parameter 901-905. Ie: set 9999 means 999 minute 9 second set 0100 means 1 minute *must set 4 digit. If no value is set into the parameter 901-905, then the router will direct the call through normal PSTN line connected.  CALL WAITING [910] This parameter is used to activate or deactivate call waiting. When parameter 910 is set to 1, call waiting will be deactivated. When parameter 910 is set to 2, call waiting will be activated. When parameter 910 is set to 3, external phone line will be deactivated. When parameter 910 is set to 4, external phone line will be deactivated, and Path 5 will be the first activated path.  HANDPHONE CHARGING TIME [911] This parameter is used to control the handphone charging time. When parameter 911 is set to value 0, handphone will always in charging mode. When parameter 911 is set to value 1, handphone will charge in every 25 minute. When parameter 911 is set to value 4, handphone will charge in every 100 minute.  USING PSTN LINE [912] When parameter 912 is set to value 1, incoming calls will go through PSTN line when handphone line is engaged. When parameter 912 is set to value 2, incoming calls will not go through PSTN line even when handphone line is engaged. Page 20
  21. 21.  CALL TRANSFER NUMBER [89] This parameter is used to set the call divert numbers of all incoming calls from the handphone to any specific external numbers. a:) #89# + code num + *# (asking receiver he wan to divert to.) E.g. #89# + 1 + *#, when incoming call was receive, hearing the beep sound, after that receiver can enter the handphone number he wan to divert to. b:) #89# + code num + divert number + *#(divert number was setting.) E.g. #89# + 1 + 0121234567* + *#, when incoming call was receive, go straight to the 0121234567 this hand phone number. Code number = 1 for incoming call to PSTN line, call divert will activate, incoming call to handphone line, call divert no activate. Code number = 2 for incoming call to handphone line, call divert will activate, incoming call to PSTN line, call divert no activate. Code number = 3 for both of the line also can divert. Code number = other number for both of the line cannot divert. Page 21
  22. 22. Chapter 5 5 FAQ This section points out several major issues/problems faced by engineers/technicians during installation. 1) What are the precautions of setting parameter to the GX100? The engineer/technician should always use a PSTN line to test the response of the gateway/server before setting the parameter. You are recommended to save the access number, ID number, and Pin# into the memory keys first; then try to dial out by using the memory keys in sequential order in order to be able to judge the response time of your gateway/server. 2) Why there is no response from my gateway after I set the parameters? Most of the identified problems are on the timing factor after the Access Number [01] is sent to the server. Different gateway/server has different response time. It is strongly recommended to add additional minimum 2 seconds to safeguard the next stage numbers being sent to the server at the right time. 3) How can I minimize the dialing time/How can I speed up the sending process of the dialer? When the gateway/server allows language selection, ID, and PIN to be sent without a break, you can always set the all the values in Second Stage Access Number [21], to speed up the dialing process. 4) What are the handsets that are compatible with your GX100? Currently the supported models are Ericsson GF788E, S868, I888, T10, T18, R250, A1018 ,A1028, SH888. 5) What happen when there is electricity shortage? Page 22
  23. 23. Appendix I When there is no electricity, the phone will connect straight to the PSTN line. So all outgoing calls will be made through Telekom. PROGRAMMING PARAMETER TABLE Path Path Path Path Default Digit 1 2 3 4 Path 5 values s Units Remark stage 1: First Stage 050,05 This is normally the Access 1, … 123456 gateway no. Set to blank Number 059 789*0# for GSM gateway. (up to (blank 10 for path 01 02 03 03 fields) 5) 1-16 First Stage Pause Time 06 07 08 09 10 12 2 1sec Dial Tone Detection 11 12 13 14 15 15 2 0.1s Automatically detect DTMF DTMF tone. Detection 16 17 18 19 20 AUTO 1-8 stage 2: Second eg. PIN no. MUST set to Stage blank if not applicable. Number 21 22 23 24 25 1234 1-16 Second Pause Time 26 27 28 29 30 05 2 0.1s Second Beep. Gateway routing DTMF .Beep indication sound. Detection 31 32 33 34 35 15 .. stage 3: Third Stage Number 36 37 38 39 40 Blank 1-16 Third Pause Time 41 42 43 44 45 05 2 0.1s stage 4: Forth Stage Number 46 47 48 49 50 Blank 1-16 Forth Pause Time 51 52 53 54 55 05 2 0.1s Page 23
  24. 24. general: Append '#' to destination eg. n#: add '#' after no. 56 57 58 59 60 off 1-2 0.1s 0.nsec n1n2 : n1 indicates the stage where password should be added in, n2 indicates at which digit the password is inserted. Eg. '23' means password is added to Department second stage no, and Accounting the inserted at the 3rd Purpose 61 62 63 64 65 off 2 digit. Activation Number 66 67 68 69 70 Blank 1-6 Number of Each path can only have digits to one setting. remove from Eg. '**' indicates remove prefix 71 72 73 74 75 Blank 1-4 2 digits from prefix. Exceptional Number 76 Blank 1-6 Remove Dummy Numbers 77 Blank 1-6 DTMF On 10m Time 78 06 2 s DTMF Off 10m Time 79 06 2 s BYPASS To bypass outgoing code 82 #2# 1-4 calls. PBX CODE 83 Off 1-2 E.g. 0, 9 PBX CODE Pause time 84 10 2 0.1s E.g. (903)=2000 Means= Handphone 200min timer (905)=0045 limitation 901 902 903 904 905 0000 4 1m Means =4.5min HANDPHON E timer 1 - Accumulate timer. setting 2 – Timer is set to per method 906 907 908 909 900 1 call. Page 24
  25. 25. (910)=1 call waiting deactivated (910)=2 call waiting activated Activate/ (910)=3 disable PSTN deactivate line. call waiting (910)=4 activate PSTN feature & line, Path 5 is set as the PSTN line 910 2 1 first priority path. (911)=0 handphone is always charging. (911)=1handphone will charge in every 25 minute time. Handphone (911)=4 handphone will charging charge in every 100 time 911 4 1 minute time. Reset Press # follow by the handphone timer handphone parameter number(901,902,903,904 and E.g. press #901# timer 905)# The time will reset. (912)=1 call is made Enable/ through PSTN line when Disable handphone line is busy PSTN line (912)=2 call will not be usage when made through PSTN line handphone even when handphone line is busy 912 1 1 line is busy. Remote Press #1#, followed by Programmin 85 1111 1-8 the password. g Password ON HOOK If call waiting feature is TIME (Flash 87 02 2 0.1s on, the on hook time Time) should set to longer time. Local Press #1#, followed by Programmin 88 the password. g Password Blank 1-8 (89)=M+N Call transfer M means setting mode number 89 Blank 1-28 N means divert number Reset 99 Reset to default value Page 25
  26. 26. PROGRAMMING REFERENCE TABLE AUTODIALERS SERIES REFERENCE TABLE Param Features Alternative Description Default Max. Units Pat eter Value Digits h Code 01 Access Number 1 123456789*0# 16 1 02 Access Number 1 123456789*0# 16 2 03 Access Number 1 123456789*0# 16 3 04 Access Number 1 123456789*0# 16 4 05 Access Number 1 Blank 16 5 06 Pause Time 1 12 2 1 second 1 07 Pause Time 1 12 2 1 second 2 08 Pause Time 1 12 2 1 second 3 09 Pause Time 1 12 2 1 second 4 10 Pause Time 1 12 2 1 second 5 11 Second Dialing Tone Detection 15 2 100 miliseconds 1 12 Second Dialing Tone Detection 15 2 100 miliseconds 2 13 Second Dialing Tone Detection 15 2 100 miliseconds 3 14 Second Dialing Tone Detection 15 2 100 miliseconds 4 15 Second Dialing Tone Detection 15 2 100 miliseconds 5 16 DTMF Detection (1st Tone) 1st Feedback Tone Auto 8 1 17 DTMF Detection (1st Tone) 1st Feedback Tone Auto 8 2 18 DTMF Detection (1st Tone) 1st Feedback Tone Auto 8 3 19 DTMF Detection (1st Tone) 1st Feedback Tone Auto 8 4 20 DTMF Detection (1st Tone) 1st Feedback Tone Auto 8 5 21 Access Number 2 1234 16 1 22 Access Number 2 1234 16 2 23 Access Number 2 1234 16 3 24 Access Number 2 1234 16 4 25 Access Number 2 1234 16 5 26 Pause Time 2 05 2 100 miliseconds 1 27 Pause Time 2 05 2 100 miliseconds 2 28 Pause Time 2 05 2 100 miliseconds 3 29 Pause Time 2 05 2 100 miliseconds 4 30 Pause Time 2 05 2 100 miliseconds 5 31 DTMF Detection (2nd Tone) 15 8 1 32 DTMF Detection (2nd Tone) 15 8 2 33 DTMF Detection (2nd Tone) 15 8 3 34 DTMF Detection (2nd Tone) 15 8 4 35 DTMF Detection (2nd Tone) 15 8 5 36 Access Number 3 16 1 37 Access Number 3 16 2 38 Access Number 3 16 3 39 Access Number 3 16 4 40 Access Number 3 16 5 41 Pause Time 3 05 2 100 miliseconds 1 42 Pause Time 3 05 2 100 miliseconds 2 43 Pause Time 3 05 2 100 miliseconds 3 44 Pause Time 3 05 2 100 miliseconds 4 Page 26
  27. 27. 45 Pause Time 3 05 2 100 miliseconds 5 46 Access Number 4 16 1 47 Access Number 4 16 2 48 Access Number 4 16 3 49 Access Number 4 16 4 50 Access Number 4 16 5 51 Pause Time 4 05 2 100 miliseconds 1 52 Pause Time 4 05 2 100 miliseconds 2 53 Pause Time 4 05 2 100 miliseconds 3 54 Pause Time 4 05 2 100 miliseconds 4 55 Pause Time 4 05 2 100 miliseconds 5 56 End Code # buffer code 2 1 57 End Code # buffer code 2 2 58 End Code # buffer code 2 3 59 End Code # buffer code 2 4 60 End Code # buffer code 2 5 61 Multi Customer Insertion for Pin# by account 2 1 62 Multi Customer Insertion for Pin# by account 2 2 63 Multi Customer Insertion for Pin# by account 2 3 64 Multi Customer Insertion for Pin# by account 2 4 65 Multi Customer Insertion for Pin# by account 2 5 66 Start Code Activation Number 6 1 67 Start Code Activation Number 6 2 68 Start Code Activation Number 6 3 69 Start Code Activation Number 6 4 70 Start Code Activation Number 6 5 71 Sub-Code Remove Prefix Code 4 1 72 Sub-Code Remove Prefix Code 4 2 73 Sub-Code Remove Prefix Code 4 3 74 Sub-Code Remove Prefix Code 4 4 75 Sub-Code Remove Prefix Code 4 5 76 Invalid Start Code Blocked Activation Number 4 All 77 Delete Start,Sub Code Remove Prefix Code 6 All 78 DTMF On Time 10 2 10 miliseconds All 79 DTMF Off Time 10 2 10 miliseconds All 80 T/10/20 pps Dialing Type Selection T 1 All 81 Pulse Interval Pulse Dialing Interdigit Pause 50 2 10 miliseconds All 82 Bypass Code #2# 4 All 83 PBX Code 2 All 84 PBXCode Pause Time PABX Access Code 10 2 100 miliseconds All 85 Remote Password Remote Programming Password 1111 8 All 86 EEPROM Version Pre-set value reference no. 2 All 87 On Hook Time Flash 2 2 100 miliseconds All 88 Setting Password Parameter Setting Password 8 All 89 Card Code Insert Pin# allocation setting 90 91 92 93 94 Page 27
  28. 28. 95 96 97 98 Factory Default All 99 Reset All All 100 051 Alternative Access Number 1 5 052 Alternative Access Number 1 5 053 Alternative Access Number 1 5 054 Alternative Access Number 1 5 055 Alternative Access Number 1 5 056 Alternative Access Number 1 5 057 Alternative Access Number 1 5 058 Alternative Access Number 1 5 059 Alternative Access Number 1 5 900 IP Phones Special Memories 901 IP Phones Special Memories 902 IP Phones Special Memories 903 IP Phones Special Memories 904 IP Phones Special Memories 905 IP Phones Special Memories 906 IP Phones Special Memories 907 IP Phones Special Memories 908 IP Phones Special Memories 909 IP Phones Special Memories 910 Auto-Online 911 Auto-Online 912 Auto-Online 913 Auto-Online 914 Auto-Online 915 Auto-Online 916 Auto-Online 917 Auto-Online 918 Auto-Online 919 Auto-Online Page 28

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