2 Programming Range of new Features have been added For convenience have broken into 3 partsTechnicianSystemStation User
3 Technician MMC 804 - System I/O Parameters Range of new services TRAFFIC - prints traffic reportsTRF/SMDR - for traffic plus SMDRALARMS - prints system alarmsALM/TRAF - prints system alarms and traffic reportsREMO M/A - remote Maintenance & Admin - does not use PCMMC as per current DCS.UCD View - for UCD application program developed in the USrequires UCD view to be enabled in MMC 860Serial cables as for DCS 70 (Compact 11)Serial port speed - 38,400 baud (default 19,200)
4 Technician MMC 815 - Customer Database Allows the customer database saved/recovered from Smart Media cardSMDB: S: 00/00/00 00:00 - last time it was backed upClear SMDB: Yes/NoCopy to SRAM: Yes/NoSRAM: S: 00/00/00 00:00 - last time it was backed upDaily Save: 00:00 - daily save of databaseCopy to SMDB: Yes/No - for manual database backup
5 Technician MMC 818 - Program Download Allows the downloading of programs held on the Smart Media cardSmart Media card supports the following programsM Version L VersionMCP main program MCP main programLAN SCPPRI LCPPRILANNote: 8 BSI, 4 BRI software cannot be supported on the Smart Media card
6 Technician MMC 826 - Clock Source Allows the technician to define the primary clock source and backup sourcesM Version L VersionPriority Priority 1 - 9OptionsM Version C1:S1-3 or selfL Version Cx:S1-3 or self where x = cabinet 1-3
7 Technician MMC 850 - System Resources Provides details of system resources idle and in use:DTMFR DSPs Use: xxx Free: xxxCID DSPs Use: xxx Free: xxxR2MFC DSPs Use: xxx Free: xxxCONF Groups Use: xxx Free: xxxAdding in Use and Free provides total available in system
8 Technician MMC 851 - System Alarm Reporting provides a buffer of last 100 alarmsRequires a LAN card installedMMC System Alarm Assignmentsets the various types of alarms to provide an audible indication at Keysets with Alarm keys programmedrequires a LAN card installedMMC Maintenance Busy Assignmentallows Trunks, stations and DSPs to be busied out for maintenance purposes
9 Technician MMC 854 - Diagnostic time MMC 855 - System Options sets time for system to perform diagnostic testsMMC System Optionsallows the technician to check what is installed on the MCP/SCP/LCP cards in the daughter board positionsPSU60B installedDip Switch settings on cards if providedwhether daughter cards are installed on Cadence/SVMi-8 or ITM3 by Cabinet/Slot no.
10 Technician MMC 856 - Tech Programming Log keeps a log of all stations that have enabled system programming - technician or System Admin levelLAN card required for this option.
11 Technician MMC 859 Hardware Version allows the Technician to view the firmware version of the Programmable logic devices on the following cards:MCP including daughter card slotsMotherboard of CabinetsSCP including daughter card slotsLCP including daughter card slots8BSI card??????
12 System MMC 209 Assign AOM Max iDCS 64B AOMs per station M version - 2L Version - 4Max iDCS 64B AOMs per systemM version - 4L Version - 32
13 System MMC 210 - Tenant On/Off Number of New Options DSP SSPDNAME - displays system speed dial name when set to ONRecall Pickup - allows a station user to pick up a reverting call at another stationICM EXT FWD - when set to ON allows intercom calls to be externally forwardedSEC 2 BOSS AA - when set to ON calls from a programmed Secretary station to the boss station will automatically answerDID ERR TONE - to provide error tone when an invalid DID number is receivedSL SELF RING - When set to ON allows a SLT to ring its own number and be rung back
14 SystemMMC 210 ContinuedSGR INC Busy - when set to ON when all members of a station group are busy it will return busy to exchange - ISDN onlyKTS DISC ALM - When ON, generates system alarm when a keyset plug out or in.OFF Hook ALM - When ON, generates system alarm when a phone maintains off hook condition longer than timerTRSF CANCEL - when on allows SLT to handle 2 calls simultaneously, pressing the recall key will toggle between the calls ON - pressing Recall key will disconnect the second callerRECALL DISC - When ON, the system disconnects a call when transfer recall.LCR DIALTONE - When ON, generates different dial tone when LCR dial mode.
15 SystemMMC 210 ContinuedLCR DIALTONE - When ON, generates different dial tone when LCR dial mode.DSS KEY DPU - When ON, directed pick-up the call when press ringing DS key. - ?????BEGIN DGT DSP - when set to ON the first 11 digits of a speed dial or redial number will be displayed. OFF the last 11 digits will be displayedONE TOUCH FACC - when set to ON an ACCT key with an account code extender can be used. OFF account code must be dialled via keypadSGR ALL OUT - when set to ON all station group members may log out of the group
16 SystemMMC 210 ContinuedCHAIN FWD - when set to ON a call to a station forwarded to a station forwarded to a VMAA will send the caller into the mailbox of the last station. OFF caller will go to the original station’s mailboxTRUNK MONITOR - When ON, can override to trunk and a call is connected override extension when a original caller hang on. When OFF, can override to extension only and a call is disconnected when a original caller hang on.VOIP MFRALOC - When ON, a MFR assigned for VoIP tandem call when a call incoming from VoIP trunk to another trunk outgoing.NTWK AUTOTMR - When OFF, a call duration timer disabled via networking intercom call. - Available in Networking enabled only
17 System MMC 217 - Traffic Report Printout allows traffic reports to be printedon demand, or hourly or timed for 3 shiftsAutomatic printing always clears totalsMMC Assigned Forced CodesAccount code with verification ie. checks codes set in MMC 708Account codes no verificationAuthorisation codesNoneTo print Account codes on SMDR set option to yes in MMC 725
18 System MMC 501 - System Timers MMC 502 - Station Timers new maximum timer setting 250 secondsMMC Station TimersNew items addedOffhook Sel [ sec] can set to 000 to disableEFWD delay [ sec] previously a system wide timer rather than per station
19 System MMC 601 - Assign Station Group M version 500 - 529 L versionNew Group type -MSG Group (L version only)Overflow secondsNew Option Next Hunt (L version only)when timer is set will cause group to ring as a circular hunt group.
20 System MMC 603 MMC 604 - Internal Page Zones M Version 0,L version 0,up to 99 members per trunk groupMMC Internal Page Zonesup to 99 membersMMC External Page Zonesup to 8 membersMISC card required
21 System MMC 606 - Assign Speed Block MMC 607 - UCD Options M version 1500 binsL version 2500 bins500 maximum per system, 50 per station maxMMC UCD Optionsnew option added - All Out > Final destinationall members of group can be logged outMMC CID Review BlockM version 1000 binsL version 1550 bins
22 System MMC 609 - Call Log Block MMC 701 COS 1500 bins available for outgoing call logMaximum of 50 per stationLAN card requiredMMC 701 COSFeatures are broken up into different groupsUseable featuresCall STN GroupCall Trunk GroupCall BIVMS STN
23 System MMC 707 - Authorisation Codes MMC 708 - Account Codes M version 250 entries - up to 4 digitsL version 500 entries - up to 10 digitsMMC Account CodesM version 500 entriesL version 999 entriesMMC Toll Pass CodesPBX Access Codes - 1 to 5Special codes - 1 to 10Toll Override - 1 to 8bypasses all dialling restrictionsup to 14 digitssystem will use OVRD trunk grp (LCR code cannot be used)OVRD Use Trunk Grp - none, 0,
24 System MMC 714 - DID Digit Table M version up to 400 entries L version 999 entriesDID digits - up to 161-6 ring PlansMOH source can be associated with each DID number
25 System MMC 722 - Key Programming Number of new key options ACC XXX - account code from MMC 708 (L version)Alarm KeyCAD - Call Activity key to view activity on Trunks and ExtensionsCONP - Networking feature ???DNDO - DND override keyEP - Established call pickup must program an extender for SLT extension - dialing via modem in PC poor man’s CTILANREQ - LAN Request (LAN board required)MCID - Malicious Call Trace KeyLOG - Call log key to view previous calls LAN card required
26 SystemMMC 722 ContinuedMS - manual signalling - networking feature ???MW - VM Message wait key for other extensions, groups, virtual extensionsNOCLIP - stops the sending of CLI informationPMSG - program message key with extenderPRB - privacy release bridge - allows another station to dial trunk number and enter conversationPROG - allows a station user to program certain functions for other stations eg. STN FWD, STN Name, STN lock, Time and date without entering program mode.PTHR - Path Replacement (Networking feature)RP - Ring Plan with ring plan extenderRTO - Ring Time OverrideSETDND - allows a station to set DND for another station
28 System MMC 724 - Numbering Plan New Options added New Feature Codes Network LCR Number Plan - L version onlyVirtual Extension Number Plan - SLTM versionL versionNew Feature CodesCONP - ???? (Networking Feature)DNDO - DND overridePTHR - Path replacement (Networking Feature)SLTMMC - allow SLT to use MMCSRELOC - code to do Set Relocatepoor man’s hot desking function
29 System MMC 725 - SMDR Options MMC 802 - CUSTOMER MMC New Option Print KMMC Log in/out - yes/noMMC CUSTOMER MMCNow this can be programmed by tenant 1&2
30 System New Ring Plans - 6 in total Impacted MMCs MMC 507 Assign Ring Plan timeMMC 211 Door Ring AssignmentMMC 212 Alarm Ringing StationMMC 214 DISA Alarm Ringing StationMMC 301 Assign Station COSMMC 403 Trunk Toll ClassMMC 406 Trunk Ring AssignmentMMC 421 Assign MSN DigitMMC 512 Holiday Ring Plan - I plan can be assignedMMC 600 Assign Operator GroupMMC 714 DID Digit TranslationMMC 733 AA PlanMMC 758 Cadence VM/Day/Night
31 System 6 Ring Plans per day each plan can be assigned manually or automatically via MMC 507Ring Plan times are assigned per dayMMC 507 Assign Ring Plan TimeProgram START and End Time for each of 6 PlansMust be done for each day of WeekANS/RLS for ALL does not operate
32 Ring PlansBefore Programming Ring Plans it is important to draw a diagramThe diagram should show the time of day along the bottom and Ring Plans 1-6 on the vertical axisSee example
35 The Ring Plan that applies is the highest numbered Ring Plan that can be seen looking down from the top of the diagram
36 Ring PlansFor the previous example the chart below shows the actual ring plan in operation
37 Ring Plans Ring Plan (RP) Keys can be assigned for each Ring Plan. If the RP key is used to set the ring plan manually, the system will remain in the new ring plan until it is clearedRing Time Override (RTO) keyIf the RTO key is used to override the ring plan in operation, the system remains in this plan until the start time of the next Ring PlanRTO ‘0’ will clear the setting
38 User MMC - 102 Call Forward MMC 110 - Station On/Off new Options Forward DNDCFU - Call Forward Unconditional (Networking Feature)CFB - Call Forward Busy (Networking Feature)CFNA - Call Forward No Answer (Networking Feature)MMC Station On/OffNew OptionsNot Cont.CID - displays CID on Keyset display during call if set to ON and Auto timer is set to OFFDISP SPD NAME - displays speed dial name if set to YES - refer MMC 210 for system wide settingSecure OHVA - OHVA will only work if busy keyset is using the Handset if set to ON
39 User MMC 115 Set Program Message M version 20 messages L version 30 messagesMessages can have a time or date associated with themProgram Messages are set in MMC 715
40 iDCS 500 Programming 3 Levels of Programming Programming methods TechnicianSystem AdministratorStation UserProgramming methodsPC - DPAP-PCMMClocal or RemoteSystem Administrator Version availableKeysetProgramming consistent with existing DCS systemsMMC based
41 DPAP-PCMMC Windows based Systems can be configured Off-Line Card ConfigurationNumber Plan entered manuallyData can be imported from Excel SpreadsheetMMCs 104, 105, 404, 405, 705, 707, 708Option to formatMMC group mode100s, 200s etc.Functional Group modeStations, System, Groups/Tables, etc.