If this option is set to 0, the F-Route table selected is determined only by the digits dialed without any relation to the day or time of the call. If this option is set to 1, the system first refers to PRG 44-10. If there is a match, the pattern defined in that program is used. If not, the F-Route pattern in PRG 44-09 and time setting in 44-08 are used. 02 03 Dial Tone Simulation (V2.0 Added) Tone Kind (V2.0 Added) Conditions None 1 digit (0 ~ 9) *, # cant be used 0 = Internal DT 1 = External DT When first dialed digit matches with the data set in this Program, system send simulated DT to calling party after receiving first digit. Numbering plan for the dial needs to configure as F-Route at PRG 11-01. Set simulated DT kind which can change the tone used at PRG 44-01-02 and PRG 44-02-04.
PRI local number digit length Tells the system whether there is seven- or 10-digit local dialing in the system’s area. If the local calling area uses only seven-digit dialing, set this value to 7 (this tells the system not to wait for additional digits when a local seven-digit number is dialed). Range: 7 or 10. Default: 10 (supports both 10- and seven-digit dialing). Field 8: Dialing off-hold Enables or disables outside callers’ ability to dial off-hold only when MOH 590 (external source) is selected. When this is enabled, CO callers will be able to dial extension, department, and mailbox numbers while on hold. When this is disabled, the system will ignore digits dialed by CO callers. To enable or disable outside callers’ ability to dial off-hold, press a scroll key to make the desired selection and then press # to confirm. Default: Enabled. Field 9: Re-sending of Caller ID in Intelligent Call Forwarding This parameter “turns off” the repeat Caller ID (re-sending) component of Intelligent Call Forwarding. Some service providers — local exchange carriers or inter-exchange carriers — don’t allow repeating the caller’s CID data when making an outgoing call. If re-sending of Caller ID is disabled, the PRI pilot number of the station’s tenant will be sent instead. If re-sending of Caller ID is enabled, CO calls that are forwarded to an off-premises number over a PRI channel will send the original caller’s CID data to the called person. To enable or disable this parameter, press a scroll key to make the desired selection and then press # to confirm. Default: Enabled.
Adding a KSU2 Second Cabinet You can add one KSU2 to a KSU1. The KSU2 adds: • eight digital DX-80 extension ports • four CO line ports • one Power Failure Transfer port • Extension Expansion connectors for two additional DPM8s or one APM4 • Ribbon cable for one APM4 • Ribbon cable for one COM4 Connect the KSU2 to the KSU1 via a designated connector located on the CPM inside the KSU1. To install the KSU2 perform the following steps. 1. Be sure that the entire system is turned off. 2. Remove the KSU cover (four screws at each corner) on both KSU1 and KSU2. 3. Connect a static discharge wrist strap to a suitable earth ground. Be sure that the strap is touching bare skin.
Installation Overview The following steps provide an overview of the installation process. Details on each of these steps are contained in the following sections of this chapter. Be sure to read the detailed instructions before installing the DX-80. 1. Plan the installation, including the KSU1 or KSU1 and KSU2 and Main Distribution Frame (MDF) location, station locations, cable runs, and optional equipment. 2. Assemble the correct tools and supplies: UTP telephony grade cable/wiring, miscellaneous telephony hardware, 66 blocks, modular wall jacks, etc.) 3. Run the wiring for speakerphones, DSS consoles and analog devices (FAX machines, modems, etc.) from the MDF to each location. Wiring topology is referred to as “star-wiring” configuration; no cable should loop from one telephone location to another. 4. Run cable/wiring to any optional equipment, such as external paging equipment, loud bell signaling devices, music sources, etc. 5. Mount the MDF backboard and attach the terminal blocks on the backboard. Use a dedicated MDF with 66 block wiring field to promote full serviceability of the system and connections using proven techniques. If you route extension cables into the KSU, you have to terminate one cable pair into standard crimping modular connectors for each cable.
Setting Up UCD Voice Announce (VA) Groups The DX-80 system provides UCD groups to allow you to handle high traffic using third-party ancillary RADs. Whenever the overflow destinations of a UCD group require you to use more than one RAD to handle the volume of call traffic, you can pool the RADs in a group (available UCD group) for access. If you do this, any of the available devices can handle waiting calls with the same announcement. The following conditions apply. • You must assign all voice announce UCD group members to port type V.A. • You must record all ancillary RAD devices individually for the same announcement. These conditions do not apply when using the DX-80 VP system for UCD Overflow announcements. 8.4.1 PROGRAMMING USING THE DET Note: chg, bksp, save, one, always, del, and ack are interactive LCD button operations. Use the three buttons below the LCD display to actuate the associated operation. 1. Enter Database Administration using the feature code Feature # * and then enter the DB Admin password. 2. Press show. The system displays the DB Item Select screen. 3. First, program the analog extension ports as type V.A. 4. Enter 01-nnn-21, then press save (where “nnn” is the extension number of the analog port connected to an ancillary RAD Device). This advances you to the selected extension Port Type field. 5. Press chg to select VA.
DSS (Direct Station Selection) Console The DSS console is a digitally interfaced component of the DX-80. It connects to the system via any available digital port (408M/E or DPM8 digital port). The DSS is equipped with 60 programmable buttons. Twelve of these buttons are intended for features code storage only and do not have LED indications associated with them. Forty eight buttons are equipped with dual color (red / green) LEDs and may be assigned any system feature code or directory number; these buttons may be assigned for either system features operations or CO line access operations. You can mount the DSS console in one of two positions: lower profile desk position and wall mounted position. DSS consoles are programmed to operate with an associated speakerphone. You can assign up to four DSS consoles per speakerphone. The maximum number of DSS consoles supported by the DX-80 is 12. Each equipped DSS console requires one digital port, therefore the total number (system capacity) of speakerphones possible is reduced by one for each DSS console
CO line connection Note: For greatest simplicity, this section mentions each port card without the use of an “ESI,” “E2-,“ or “CS-“ prefix, as cards otherwise are functionally identical — e.g., we refer to an E2-684 or CS-684 as just a “684.” Local loop An ESI Communication Server’s advanced CO line circuitry provides for open loop detection and the system’s built-in Caller ID interface. Loop start lines are connected via the last 6 pairs on each 66 block on the 612 and 684 cards. Note: Observe correct order of connection to preserve proper rotary hunting of the CO lines. T1/PRI For T1 or PRI applications (only PRI on the ESI-50; it doesn’t support T1), an ESI Communications Server can use a compatible digital line card (DLC)1: • ESI-1000, ESI-600, ESI-200, ESI-100 — DLC and DLC12, each for either T1 or PRI. • ESI-50 — DLC82 for only PRI. Depending on how you configure it, each supports either (a.) a single T1 circuit at 24 DS0 channels or (b.) a PRI circuit supporting 23 “B” (bearer) channels and one “D” (data link) channel. The DLC12 and DLC82 each also support 12 digital stations. The T1 or PRI line is connected via the last two pairs of the industry-standard 50-pin amphenol cable connector on the front of the DLC. Each ESI Communications Server has a different maximum number of system-wide DLCs (see “Port card options,” page A.4). Partial T1 or PRI applications are supported through line programming. Each DLC has built-in CSU functionality. The integrated CSU can be enabled or disabled via system programming2. The following functionality is provided: line, payload, DTE and none (normal operation) loopback modes with the ability to respond back controlled via system programming; alarm conditions, and both ANSI T1.403 and TR 54016 performance messages for ESF only. Important: On the ESI-50, the DLC82 may be installed in only slot 2. If you’re installing more than one T1 or PRI, the DLC in the lowest number slot will synchronize (“slave”) the system with the public network. The system will synchronize to only one clock source. Therefore, ESI strongly recommends that the first DLC in the system be connected to the T1 or PRI that’s connected either to the local CO or the nationwide long-distance provider, either of which typically will provide veryhigh-accuracy clocking (Strata 3). The DLC doesn’t provide master or sub-master clocking for privatenetwork T1 spans.