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1 1 PBX to PBX Networking KX-NS1000 For step by step : 16 May, 2012

2 2 Master Register Slave Max. 15 slave NS1000 cab be registered to one master NS1000. TDE620 is connected with TDE600 by cable. Digital PT IP-PT Digital PT is connected with PBX by cable. IP-PT is registered to PBX. PBX to PBX networking of KX-NS1000 supports full feature transparency like TDE600-TDE620 connection. - Max.16 KX-NS1000 can be connected for one-look connection. - Both master unit and slave unit are “KX-NS1000”. - Slave unit can be installed in remote location. - Slave unit has to be registered to master unit like IP-PT registration. Programming is very easy because it is same as IP-PT registration. 1. PBX to PBX networking IP Network Overview Easy Programming CO (SF) CO (LA) CO (NY) Register

3 3 2. Master / Slave Indicator The PBX mode (Master or Slave) is indicated by LED. Indicators BATT ALARM MASTER Overview Software version and suffix such as “BX” have to be same for both main unit and slave unit.

4 4 Chapter 1 Activation key installation to Master unit Master Unit Master Register Slave

5 5 1-1 Trial Activation Key Master Unit Activate pre-installed trial activation key for One-look network. - Standard activation key has to be installed before expiration (60 days).

6 6 1-2 Standard Activation Key Master Unit Install standard activation key for One-look network if trial activation key has been already expired.

7 7 Chapter 2 Slave unit data assignment to Master PBX Master Unit Master Register Slave

8 8 2-1 Add Site Wizard -1 0 Home Screen of the Master unit Click “Add Site”. Master Unit

9 Specify a Site name of Slave unit. 2. Set Time Zone and Local Time of Slave unit. 4 PBX Setting Screen Registration Setting Screen 1. Select IP terminal registration mode of Slave unit. 3. Click “Next”. 2. Click “Next”. 2-2 Add Site Wizard -2 Master Unit 1 3

10 Set SNTP parameters Click “Next”. SNTP Daylight Saving Screen Maintenance Setting Screen 1. Set SNMP parameters. 2. Click “Finish”. 2-3 Add Site Wizard -3 Master Unit

11 11 7 The new slave unit is added. Master Unit 2-4 Add Site Wizard -4

12 12 Chapter 3 Setup and Activation Key for Slave unit Slave Unit Master Register Slave

13 Easy Setup Wizard -1 Location Setting Screen * If the slave is located on the same network with the Master, it is unnecessary to specify the IP address of the Master. 1. Select “Slave” as a PBX type, and specify the IP address of the Master. * 1. Select “Slave” as a PBX type, and specify the IP address of the Master. * 2. Click “Next”. Slave Unit 1 Initialize KX-NS1000 Slave unit by default clear. And connect PC with KX-NS1000 Slave unit in order to start “Easy Setup Wizard”.

14 14 2. PBX Setting Screen 3. LAN Setting Screen 1.Set the LAN settings for the slave unit. 3. Click “Next”. 2. Click “Next”. 1.Site name is fixed. (Will be downloaded from the Master.) 1.Site name is fixed. (Will be downloaded from the Master.) 2. Set Time Zone and Local Time of slave unit. 3-2 Easy Setup Wizard -2 Slave Unit 2 3

15 15 2. To finish the Easy setup wizard, click “Finish”. 4. Registration Setting Screen 3. To register to master unit, click “OK”. Registration mode of master unit has to start before or after this step. See chapter Select “Active” to enable trial activation key for One-look networking. Slave Unit 3-3 Easy Setup Wizard -3 4 If trial activation key is expired, standard activation key is required. Step 1. Default Clear. Step 2. Set master mode by Easy setup. Step 3. Install activation key after Easy setup. Step 4. Default Clear and set slave mode by Easy setup.

16 16 Chapter 4 Slave unit registration to Master unit Master Unit Master Register Slave

17 17 1 Click “List View”. Home Screen of the Master unit 4-1 Register Slave unit -1 Master Unit

18 18 2 Click “Registration” Select slave units to be registered. 2. Click “==>” to move them to “Selected sites for registration”. 2. Click “==>” to move them to “Selected sites for registration”. Master Unit 4-2 Register Slave unit -2

19 Confirm the slave units. The Registration process will start. 2. Click “Next” Master Unit 4-3 Register Slave unit -3

20 20 6 The Registration process will be completed. After registration is completed, the slave unit will reboot automatically. 7 The slave unit to add is accessing to the master unit after “Easy Setup Wizard” of slave unit (Chapter 3). Master Unit 4-4 Register Slave unit -4

21 21 Before registration 8 Home Screen The slave becomes INS (In-Service). List View Screen Master Unit 4-5 Register Slave unit -5 PBX version and so on is displayed. After registration

22 22 Chapter 5 Conditions

23 Demo or test after setup Call SLT extension in master from SLT extension in slave. - Since SLT is connected with Master unit or Slave unit directly, it is better for demo to use SLT. - Extension number of SLT can be confirmed by Web-MC. See next page. SLT (Ext 101) SLT (Ext 102) SLT (Ext 103) SLT (Ext 104) Off hook If IP phone is using extension number, 103, 104…., smallest idle numbers are assigned to SLT automatically.

24 Site ID Extension Setting example Site ID is displayed to know location (Unit). - The “Site ID” is displayed for “CO Line Settings”, “DIL Table & port Settings”, “Doorphone”, “External Relay” and “External Sensor”.

25 Slave setting through Master Setting for slave unit is available through master unit. - For example, virtual IP card for slave unit can be installed, when Web-MC logs in to master PBX. Slave unit can be selected. Slave Master

26 Direct Log-in to branch unit Built-in VM : 501 Slave Built-in VM : 500 Direct log-in is used to setup Built-in VM in slave unit. - After direct log-in, Web-MC logs-out from master PBX automatically. Master Built-in VM : 501 Slave Built-in VM : 500 Master

27 27 Thank you ! The END


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