PC Card Slots

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The processor module has two PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association) interface slots (hereafter referred to as PC Card slots). You can buy PC Cards to use in these slots for the following purposes:
■ Use a Backup and Restore PC Card to backup or restore telephone and system programming.
■ Use a PC Upgrade card. After powering down the system, you insert the PC Upgrade Card and turn the power back on. While the system upgrades, the bicolor (red/green) power LED on the processor flashes for about 20 seconds (40 seconds when a 1600 DSL module has been installed; one minute when a T1 module has been installed); then the power LED becomes steady green. If there is firmware on the PC Card that is downloaded to the module, then it will take longer for the power LED to become steady green. All of your system and extension programming is saved and ready to work with the new release.
■ Use a PC Card to store Automatic System Answer and Direct Extension Dial (ASA/DXD) messages.
■ Use a PARTNER Voice Messaging PC Card to provide messaging features (store personal greeting and store and retrieve callers’ messages) for an increased number of mailboxes.
■ Use PARTNER Remote Access PC Card, which allows you to program the system remotely or locally from a PC and perform backup and restore functions. In order to program the system remotely, you must use the PARTNER ACS R7.0 PC Administration software, which is available from your Avaya representative or authorized dealer.
If you use the PARTNER ACS R7.0 PC Administration software, the content of the PC Cards that are installed in the PARTNER ACS processor module as well as all modules installed in the carrier will be displayed in an inventory screen.