- With your handset on-hook, press TRSF
and then dial 200. Your display then shows
- Dial your 4-digit pass code 1234
(which is the default pass code). The display then shows
ENABLE CUS. PROG. DISABLE. If the pass code 1234 does not
work as stated, Please contact us.
- Dial 1 to enable. The display now
shows ENABLE CUS. PROG. ENABLE.
- Press TRSF and the keyset will return
to its idle condition. Once you have entered administrative
level programming, you must begin programming within 30
seconds. Any delay of more than 30 seconds between keystrokes
will cause the system to automatically exit the programming
- Next enter the new date and time as follows:
Press TRSF and then dial 505. The display then
shows the current date and time setting on your system. The
example below shows Monday, April 7, 2003, 9:30 AM.
- OLD: 0 04 07 03 : 09 30
- Enter the correct date using the dial pad as follows:
If you have entered invalid data, you will
receive an INVALID ENTRY message for three seconds.
Reenter the date and time.
W= Day of the week (0-6; Week begins on Monday and ends
MM= Month (01-12)
DD= Day of the month (01-31)
YY= Last two digits of the year (01)
HH= Hour (Use 24 hour clock and enter the range of 00-23)
MM= Minutes (00-59)
Press TRSF to store and exit programming.
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The cause of this problem could be anything ranging from the
phone company. To the phone system itself. Our first suggestion is;
if you were viewing CID prior to today, contact your dial tone
provider. They are always your first line of action regarding your
phone lines. If the problem cannot be resolved by your carrier and
or you recently had service work done on your phone system. Please
contact us for a detailed description on how to repair your caller
Your provider is the company that gives you dial tone and or
internet access. They can be located by the address provided to you
in your current phone or internet bill.
VoIP is Voice over Internet Protocol. The simple answer is, the
ability to communicate with your phone across the world wide web.
There are two distinct differences or types of VoIP. The first is
dial tone on the web. Some "providers" sell a low or no cost
application for you to use via a pc or small hardware item that
connects to your high speed internet access device. The second and
in our opinion the only true VoIP is provided by your PBX or key
system hybrid and your "providers" T1 or PRI service. This
application is much more stable than web based dial tone and allows
for your remote offices to be networked.
This depends on your needs. If you are or have a need for a
remote office (telecommuting) and would like the use of the company
located phone lines and intranet. This is a good time to consider
VoIP. For a more detailed explanation or to schedule a site visit
contact us. We will evaluate your current network and phone system
needs and suggest possible options with you.