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V2.1 KX-NS1000 Rev1.0 15 Mar., 2013. 2 Introduction Following table shows feature list of NS1000 in Ver. 2.1. CategoryFeature itemSummaryRemark 1 System.

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1 V2.1 KX-NS1000 Rev Mar., 2013

2 2 Introduction Following table shows feature list of NS1000 in Ver CategoryFeature itemSummaryRemark 1 System feature-1.Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard Add the procedure to specify ‘3digits’ or ‘4 digits’ of the numbering Plan (Extension number digits) in Easy Setup Wizard. -2.UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration User profiles and Mailbox auto configuration 2 Maintenance-1.Database Convert (Off Line tool) Database convert from TDE/NCP to NS Voice Data Convert Voice data convert from TVA/TVM to NS Enhancement for UM features SYSLOG for UM port busy Supported to logging to SYSLOG of all UM port busy status.

3 3 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard Add the procedure to specify ‘3digits’ or ‘4 digits’ of the numbering Plan (Extension number digits) in Easy Setup Wizard. Current numbering arrangement. (Version 2.0)

4 4 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard 3 digits4 digits Mixed (V2.0 Default) Additional Digits Type A Type B Type C Type A Type B Type C Type A Type B Type C Extension XX Extension 21 XX XXX Extension XX The following parameters change by selecting the Numbering Plan. Feature3 digits4 digitsMixed (V2.0 Default) ICDG Default No Number of UM Group8169 UM Group Default No TAFAS Default No DISA Default No UM 1,2ch Default No. 508, ,5102 FAX Default No

5 5 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configuration - 2.System - 6.Numbering Plan - 1.Main Feature Leading Number Type/A/B/C 3 digits4 digitsMixed (Default) Extension Numbering Schema 1 1/2/210/20/201/2/2 Extension Numbering Schema 2 2/3/311/21/212/3/3 Extension Numbering Schema 3 3/4/412/22/223/4/4 Extension Numbering Schema 4 4/1/913/23/234/1/9 Extension Numbering Schema 5 14/24/24 Extension Numbering Schema 6 15/25/25 Extension Numbering Schema 7 16/26/26 Extension Numbering Schema 19 29/39/39 Extension Numbering Schema 21 50/5050/50/50 Extension Numbering Schema 22 5/5/551/5151/51/51 Extension Numbering Schema 30 59/59/59 Extension Numbering Schema 31 6/6/660/60/606/6/6 Extension Numbering Schema 32 Extension Numbering Schema 64

6 6 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configuration - 3.Group - 5.Incoming Call Distribution Group - 1.Group Settings ICDG Number Floating Extension No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default : :

7 7 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configuration - 3.Group - 7.UM Group - 2.Unit Settings Unit No. Floating Extension No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default : :

8 8 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configration - 5.Optional Device - 2.External Pager ID Floating Extension No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default

9 9 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configration - 5.Optional Device - 3.Voice Message - 2.DISA Message OGM Number Floating Extension No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default : ::

10 10 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configration - 4.Extension - 1.Wired - 1.Extension Settings UM Default No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default FAX 508, ,5102

11 11 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard PBX Configration - 4.Extension - 1.Wired - 1.Extension Settings FAX Default No. 3 digits4 digitsMixed :Default FAX

12 12 Enhancement for the Easy Setup wizard TypeRegion Type A Australia, South Africa, Germany, Finland, Switzerland, Spain, Greek, East Europe, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, Other, Singapore/China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Canada, USA 、 TR, TW, UA Type B U.K., France, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Portuguese, Italy, Netherlands Type C New Zealand The following tables show the country according to the type.

13 13 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration User profiles and Mailbox auto configuration (Version 2.1) NS1000 provides a feature to create user profiles and mailboxes same as the extension number by a simple operation. Select the following options. -Create User profiles and mailboxes for all extensions - Re-create all mailboxes (After the existing mailbox is deleted, a new mailbox is created. (It adds it to the existing “User profiles” and “mailboxes. ) Caution :All mailboxes and voice data will be deleted.)

14 14 Master UM Group No.1 Slave 1 UM Group No.2 Slave 2 UM Group No.3 Select UM group where mailboxes are created Create mailboxes to the UM group of the PBX where extensions belong to One look Networking Slave 15 UM Group No.16 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration Select UM group where mailboxes are created. The User profile and the mailbox are create with all PBX where the extension terminal exists.

15 15 Master UM Group No.1 Slave 1 UM Group No.2 Slave 2 UM Group No.3 Select UM group where mailboxes are created Create mailboxes to the specified UM group One look Networking Slave 15 UM Group No.16 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration UM Group No.1 UM Group No.2 UM Group No.3 Created the User profiles and mailboxes only under the UM Group No.3 for this example Select UM group where mailboxes are created.

16 16 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration It is displayed that the estimate time In this case, 1 minutes. Two parameters are selected, and “Execute” button is clicked. The user profile and the mailbox are made by the automatic operation. Each result is shown in P18 and P19.

17 17 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration The creation result is output as the following reports. Example

18 18 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration Upper: User Profile Lower: Mail Box Created Assigned Created Assigned Created Exist Assigned Exist MB No. Ext No. MB No. Ext No. MB No.101 Ext No. MB No.101 Ext No. MB No. Ext No.101 MB No. Ext No.101 MB No.101 Ext No.101 MB No.101 Ext No.101 The combination pattern doesn't exist in a gray part. Current status of user profile Result of executing table “Create all User profiles and mailboxes if extension do not have”

19 19 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration Upper: User Profile Lower: Mail Box Created Assigned Created Assigned Created Assigned Created Assigned Created MB No. Ext No. MB No.101 Ext No. MB No. Ext No.101 MB No.101 Ext No.101 The combination pattern doesn't exist in a gray part. Current status of user profile Result of executing table “Re-create all mailboxes” MB No. Ext No. MB No.101 Ext No. MB No. Ext No.101 MB No.101 Ext No.101

20 20 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration Target Extension's type: Wired (PT/SLT) EXT Wireless (PS) EXT ISDN EXT (2XX Wildcard Extension numbering : In this case, without the target.) IP EXT Condition of creating relation between Mailbox, EXT and User profile. 1) While Mailbox number and EXT number is matched. ex Target EXT number : 101. begins-with 10, 101, match 101 2) System will not change relation if same relation of these information already assigned.

21 21 UM (Mailbox) Auto configuration Condition of Mailbox auto creation is not working 1) Mailbox number begins-with number match existing EXT number. Target mail box; Subscriber's mailbox number, Interview mailbox and Mailbox Group mailbox assigned for Automatic Two-way Recording Message Manager’s maillbox:998), System Manager’s mailbox:999 2) While EXT number has only 1 digits (thus min Mailbox number is 2 digits) 3) Total mailbox number exceed 1024 for 1 NS cabinet. (Except Interview mailbox and Mailbox Group) Condition of User profiles auto creation is not working 1) Login Account and Login ID has been allocated for other user. 2) EXT number has been allocated to other profile. 1) and 2) These meanings that Login Account, Login ID and the number of the target has already been allocated. 3) Exceed more than max user profile number ( 1512 ).

22 22 Database Convert (Off Line tool) Please refer to another document for details. Document name is Database Converter_Rev1.0.pptx The off-line programming tool provides legacy database converter feature that can convert system data of NCP/TDE/TDA series PBX into data for NS1000. It is the same as version 2.0. TDE/NCP NS1000 DGSYS DCSYS Convert Edit TDA DBSYSDMSYSDLSYS DSYS Activation key is not transferred at the converting database Off line tool (V2.1) UPCMC (PBX Replacement) report NS1000 is overwritten in new DCSYS. TDA100 /200 TDA600 TDE100 /200 TDE600 NCP500 /1000

23 23 TVM/NS1000-UM Conversion 1.NS1000 provides the way to convert TVM’s voice data, and install into UM. 2.This is handy for replacement user to use all prompt and message in TVM can be converted to UM in NS1000. TVM200/5 0 Backup BKP file TVM PCMC NS1000 Restore BKP file NS1000 Web MC Backup from TVM Restore into UM in NS1000 Please refer to another document for details. Document name is TVM_UMConverter_Rev0.2_18Jan2013Mar.ppt IMA-ADPCM G.711 PCM (μ-Low or A-Low)

24 24 SYSLOG for UM port busy KX-NS1000 svcmng:[#err] 13/03/05 17:21:55 MN ALM # All UM port exceed the busy threshold time [hh:mm:ss] [hh:mm:ss] = Busy hold Time The following error messages are displayed, when the traffic to UM exceeds capacity. Sys Log.

25 25 SYSLOG for UM port busy All UM ports exceeded the busy threshold time [00:01:11] Please recommend AK of UM to be increased to the customer. Error Log. The following error messages are displayed, when the traffic to UM exceeds capacity.

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