KX-TD816 & KX-TD1232 Version 5 Advanced Features.


Advanced Features: • • • • • • DISA - Direct Inward System Access DID - Direct Inward Access TRS - Toll Restriction ARS - Automatic Route Selection UCD/ Ring Groups Quick Dials

ISDN: • BRI • PRI Basic Rate Primary Rate

Software Versions: • TD816 • TD1232

The functions and operation of the DISA card in the TD1232 and TD816 are the same on both systems. The TD190 card for the TD816 connects into an expansion slot however it allows any expansion card to “piggy pack” on top, so not to waste the slot. Features and Functions: 1. DISA Auto Attendant. Allows 2 greeting messages to answer incoming calls and direct to an extension, extension group, phantom extension or make an external call. 2. UCD Courtesy Messages. Up to 4 16 second messages may be recorded to be used for UCD messaging. 3. Wake up calls. 1 Message may be used as a timed reminder or wake up message when using Hotel Features. There is a total of 64 seconds recording time per DISA card and a maximum of 4 DISA messages per card. To enable the use of all 4 messages each message length must be set to 16 seconds This is set under Auxiliary ports DISA settings show below:

This is also where AA (Auto Attendant) Dialing is configured.

If an IRNA or Call Forward are set the call will arrive at the new destination and ring for the duration of the IRNA timer plus 5 seconds then cut off. *Calls cannot be call forwarded to DISA When a message is used in a UCD time. The IRNA can be set to any extension or back to the DISA message. This can be a nuisance however this feature has been designed to free the DISA resource to allow incoming calls to be answered. If nothing is dialed the call will cut off after 5 seconds!! To prevent the call cutting off an IRNA on the trunk group must be enabled.Useful Hints: When DISA is used as an up front Auto Attendant a caller may dial an Extension number or a built in AA dial. . If there is no IRNA destination or call forward set the call will cut off after the IRNA timer plus 5 seconds by default this will occur after 13 rings on the extension. The only way to avoid the call from being disconnected is to set the IRNA back to a DISA message. it will also follow IRNA. an incoming caller will hear the message however they cannot dial and extension when used in this mode of operation. To allow the caller to dial the call must over flow to a DISA message. If the IRNA is set to the DISA message the caller will hear the message over and over again until they dial one of the options. If a call arrives at an extension after arriving at the DIS A message it will follow a call forward set on the extension.

Useful Additional Functions .

5. 2. Connect the card to any spare expansion slot on the system. . (Don’t forget the Earth Screw) Assign the card under System Miscellaneous as a D 3. Reset the PABX Check the DID CO’s are set to connect and in the same trunk group (8 by default) using CO Line setting 1. 4.DIRECT INWARD DIALING DID KX-TD185 CARD The TD185 card supports the connection of up to 4 analogue DDI lines. It does not support standard CO lines unless special software is fitted! Installation: 1. While in this screen also set DID select to transfer table .

RMV is 0 and Add is blank. Check Incoming and Outgoing are set to Immediate. 7. Assign a modification table to the DID trunk group under CO Line Groups. .6. This table needs to be assigned to allow DDI’s to work. The table can be found in CO Line Table.

Common Problems: 1. If every thing is correct the destination extension should ring! J 10. Before connecting the DID Trunk check your set up using the following method: Connect your test butt to the first DID port go off hook. 2. Fill in the DDI and destination table under CO DDI/DID option 10. No Earth Screw fitted to the TD185 card No or incorrect digits sent from Telecom Pulse or Decadic digits sent from the network DID is polarity sensitive! Card assigned as CO not D . you should hear side tone only. Dial the digits you expect to receive from the network that you have set up on you DDI/DID table. Connect the DID trunk and make a test call. 4. 3. 9. 5.8.

Level 1 has full-unrestricted access.Toll Restriction. See next page for description . Toll restriction is enabled by the level of restriction per Class of Service By default all extensions are in COS 1 Each COS can be assigned a Toll Restriction Table via System Class of service By Default all COS are set to TRS 1 Each COS has a day TRS and a Night TRS Each TRS level has a Deny Table and an Exception Table. codes can be configured except for levels 2-6.

Note: Toll Restriction can be over ridden by the use of verified Account Codes. If the code is valid the extension’s toll restriction Deny level is advanced to Level 2 only. Generally in the following manner: COS 1 TRS 1 COS 2 TRS 2 etc . To enable Toll Restriction a logical step-by-step process is required: 1. Assign a Toll Restriction level to each Class of Service. When a verified account code is entered by an extension it is checked against the account code table.

3. SEC is only used when Hotel Features are required. 5 are applied to it. Now test the restrictions are working correctly by making out going calls from the restricted e xtensions. . Assign toll Codes to each Toll Deny Level in the following manner: Note: Only the Leading Digits of the number are required.2. (Check In/Check Out status) 4. 3. Next assign the required Extensions the appropriate Class of Service in Station COS and Mail Box ID COS PRI is the default Class of Service. * is a wild card LVL 2 is unrestricted LVL 3 cannot dial International 00 or 0900 LVL 4 cannot dial International 00 or 0900 or cell phones 02 LVL 5 cannot dial International 00 or 0900 or cell phones 02 or National 0 LVL 6 is blank the restricted codes from LVL2. 4.

enable Verify Toll under System Class of Service. To enforce required extensions to enter an account code when making a toll call. 4. 7. Now check your Toll Restriction still works. To allow extensions to make toll calls. . You can now add Exception Codes in the Toll Restriction Exception code table.5. Exception codes from LVL 6 apply to LVL5. 3. and then check you can dial 0800 numbers etc. Account codes need to be entered using System Account Codes There can be up to 128 Verified Account Codes Account Codes using the numbers 99 can now be used in V5 software by setting Additional Function SYS 9 Bit 6 to 1 8. 2 6.

System Speed Dials can be disregarded from Toll Restriction to allow any extension access to these numbers.Notes: It pays to set up each step and make test calls as you go along. The common mistake is that every thing is set up and there are conflicts between the Deny table and the Exception table. or extensions are put into the wrong class of service. .

1. 03. to make an out going call they would need to dial 1 to select an outside line. 09. so the user does not need to manually insert the code while dialing the call. 06. 04.1. 050 to route a toll call through another network. Now start with the Leading Digit table (this example is for a customer using Telecom lines and Clear for any toll calls made.e. for example if a customer is using a network service like Centrex.g. When Centrex is enabled on the customers line. 1.xxxxxxx We can enable ARS to insert the 1 automatically so the caller is not required to dial 1.Automatic Route Selection ARS. This feature also has other uses. E.g. Using Routing Plan 1 . ARS will insert carrier codes e. ARS is designed for inserting Carrier Codes when using 3rd Party Toll providers.) The system is now looking to modify any out side numbers dialed starting with 00. then the next 1 to make a call out side the Centrex service. 20. 07. Clear. i. From the main menu open ARS 2. Set up procedure: 1.

D unless required) fill in Modification Table 1: when using Clear. Only numbers dialed from our Leading Digit table will have 050 inserted as a prefix. ARS is only applied when the line access code is dialed usually 1 or 9. and the network dial tone is not heard. as different providers may have different peak times etc. Multiple plans are provided to enable the use of multiple Toll Providers. Also is a Trunk group code is used ARS will not be applied. This is rarely required in the NZ market. Typically only the use of one trunk group is required. Enter the ARS Mode/Time/Modify Data screen.g. there are different time slots that can be used to provide the least cost routing. When ARS is enabled a “dummy” dial tone is provided by the PABX. Enable Time A (disable Time B.3. . Here we are using Routing plan 1 which in Time A uses Trunk Group 1 & Modification table 1. If a CO key is selected to make an outgoing call from a key phone. Enable ARS. C. the digits 050 need to be inserted before the dialed number. e. Typically only 1 Routing plan is required. Next configure the ARS Routing plan. 3. ARS will not be applied. 050 025 2908329 For Mod Table 1 we remove nothing and add 050 to the front of the dialed number.

Group statistics may be collected via a manager extension or CTI software How to configure a UCD/Ring Group Step 1: Assign extensions to an extension group using Station Menu 1 All extensions are assigned as group 1 by default Step 2: Assign Extension group as UCD or Ring group using System Miscellaneous All extension groups are set to Disable by default Note: Extension groups are pick up groups as well as incoming call groups .UCD/Ring Groups. Calls are distributed evenly within the group in a Uniform manner When the groups is busy/unavailable calls can Que and follow a Call Handling time table. a bell or operator or to a Voice mail box or menu. Group members may log in and out of the group. Calls are sent to the Floating Directory Number (FDN) of a UCD group. Courtesy messages may be played from a DISA card to callers in the Que Calls may overflow at the end of the time table to another group. • • • • • • • A typical operation for a UCD group would be that of a call center.

Call forwards cannot be set to the FDN of the group. We apologize for the delay your call is very important to us please hold the line and we will attend your call as soon as possible 4 1T 16 seconds of hold music are heard 5 TR Transfer to Overflow destination for group 2. 2 1T 16 seconds of hold music are heard.g. They will not follow the time table while ringing further steps are required. When all members are busy and a call arrives at Group 2 DN892 the following will occur: 1 S1 DISA message 1 will be played e. 3 If group members set Call Forwards they will not receive Group calls.g.Step 3: Assign and configure a timetable for the group using System UCD This example consists of Extension group 2 set as a UCD group and extension group 3 set as a Ring group (as per step 2) The FDN for Group 2 is 892 the FDN for Group 3 is 893. Notes: 1 All group members are logged in by default. which is set to 865 (voice mail. a Log In/Out key may be programmed on key phones. 3 S2 DISA message 2 will be played e. We apologize for the delay your call is very important to us please hold the line and we will attend your call as soon as possible 4 2T 32 seconds of hold music are heard 5 RT Return to Top. 4 Group calls will not follow call forwards. 2 It is possible for all members to log out. Calls return to the top of the table by default the call will arrive at step 1 S3 The RT destination can be configured as per the additional functions. To Enable the Time Table while a call is ringing refer to the additional function settings on the next page. Note: calls that reach an idol extension will ring until picked up or IRNA occurs. when the call reaches the voice mail the Custom Greeting will be heard if there is no 892 mail box) When all members are busy and a call arrives at Group 3 DN893 the following will occur: 1 S3 DISA message 3 will be played e. 3 S2 DISA message 2 will be played e.g. . Group 2 is assigned to use Table 2 Group 3 is assigned to use Table 3 Group calls will enter the Que and follow the timetable when they arrive at DN 892 and all members of the group are Busy. they will appear logged out of the group. Welcome to Panasonic Sales all our operators are attending calls at the moment please hold the line. it will illuminate red when logged out. if this occurs the incoming call will arrive at the IRNA the call will not follow the UCD time table. 2 1T 16 seconds of hold music are heard. Welcome to Panasonic all our operators are attending calls at the moment please hold the line.g.

instead of using IRNA or call forwards which only allow the call to be presented at the original destination then at a second point.Area 8 Please note!!! UCD and Ring groups will now both follow the UCD Time Table. The UCD/Ring group time table can now be used to present calls to a number of destinations. calls will not forward to a third destination. All the above configurations refer to V5 software only! Points to think about. .

In order to achieve this 2 things need to be planned. either by using VPN or DDI’s Example: Site A uses Extension numbers 80xx Site B uses Extension numbers 81xx There is no VPN in place however the customer would like to dial a 4-digit number to access the remote site. (Site A) .Quick Dials. Flexible numbering needs to be configured. Quick dials are designed to simplify dialing for example in hotel use: Dial 0 for Operator Dial 1 for Room Service Dial 2 for Laundry etc Quick Dials can be used for Desk-to-Desk dialing. Site A 80xx Site B 81xx 1. Ext 8002 DDI xxxxx02 *The extension numbering range must be different at both sites. *At least the last 1or 2 digits of DDI numbers need to match extension number. 4 digits makes things easier. Ext 8001 DDI xxxxx01.

Quick Dials can be a very powerful feature and have many useful applications. extension 81xx at Site B will ring. Set up Quick Dials In this example when 81 is dialed from an extension the system will dial 127201 Therefore if the extension numbering and DDI numbering has been engineered correctly at each site an extension user at Site A can dial 81xx and 127201xx will be dialed. .2.


• When programming a TD816 S0 ports as CO trunks.06b2and ROM versions from P371b-TD816 and P272bTD1232. • The programming detailed in this manual is based on maintenance tool software 4. So if you need to use the analogue trunk ports on the system. This is the same for S0 ports 1-6 which will replace all analogue trunk ports on the system. These extensions can be addressed individually or simultaneously depending on programming. Each S0 port can support up to 8 ISDN devices. • When programming a TD1232 S0 ports as CO trunks. • It can provide access for up to 6 BRI circuits (12 CO trunks) for a KXTD1232. • The KX-TD286 card provides an interface for ISDN BRI trunk lines and also ISDN extension devices. • The S0 ports can also be programmed to support ISDN extensions. it is the same as above but S0 ports 5 & 6 are only available as extension ports. and up to 4 BRI circuits (8 CO trunks) for a KX-TD816. • The card can be installed in any of the flexible expansion slots on the front of systems.GENERAL. you need to program the corresponding S0 ports to “Extension” in order to make them available. if S0 port 1 is programmed as a CO then it replaces the analogue CO trunks 1 & 2. .

TRUNK CONNECTION TOP S 0 P L U G 4 BLACK 3 3 YELLOW RJ45 on Telecom NT 6 1 RED PIN SIDE UP (reverse for NT Plus) 2 GREEN EXTENSION CONNECTION S 0 P L U G 4 RED 3 3 GREEN 2 YELLOW 6 1 BLACK RJ45 on ISDN Extension . 1.CARD INSTALLATION. Ensure the earthing screw is screwed in tightly. Ensure the power is off when the card is plugged into the system. 2. Attach the connectors to the card as follows: 3.

2. Go to system screen from main programming menu. = 1 D => => => => 2 [2] 2 R EXP2 EXT1 ---3 [3] 3 D EXP3 EXT2 ---4 [4] 4 D 5 [5] 5 D 6 [6] 6 D 7 [7] 7 D 8 [8] 8 D SPD TRS Override CO Auto-Hold by Push DSS-Key CO-Key Adjust Time Disable Enable Disable [01:00] AM HOTEL FEATURE => Off DID SELECT => EXT Number Off-Hook Monitor => Enable PBX Code E&M Signal => [ ] => CONTINUOUS Caller EXP EXP EXP EXP ID 1 2 3 4 Extension Not Stored Not Stored ------------------- . and program appropriate expansion slot as “S2”.SYSTEM PROGRAMMING. 1. EXP1 Expansion Card Type (Master) => S2 (Slave ) => ---Local Access => Priority = 1 TRG No. = [1] Call Hunting => EXG No. Go to Option 15 – Miscellaneous.

.C C ..) 1 Card Type KX-TD286 -------Connection Establish ---------RAM(even) OK -RAM(odd) OK -ROM Version %----P831E980618 ---------------ROM(even) ED3D ---ROM(odd) 6200 ---Communication Error count check-sum 0 ----data-empty 62 Should always be “1” -Card reset count 1 ----Clock Detect o This is the synch... Check system is recognising card by Option 23 – ISDN card from system menu. ISDN Card ³ On-line:ROM[P231L]³ System recognises card here Master Slave Slot No.extension connection established ..... then on again to make card operable.no connection “CO” . from the network. Clock Select o “o”. Turn power off.(EXP..- This says that Port 2 (trunks 3 & 4 are working) “X” ....3..........connected “x”.x x o o x x x x x x x x ....no connection Port number 1 2 3 4 5 6 Port Status 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C .. 4....CO connection established “EO” .

Set to auto when multiple exts.CARD PROGRAMMING. ISDN Internal/External To ring separate devices on one ext. On one ext. ISDN exts. need to have a power off/on reset to make the changes effective. 1. Program the ports on the TD286 card using Option 4 from Line menu “ISDN Internal/External”. 2.) . Any ISDN changes that are made. port) P-P Point-to-Point (always use for CO ports on the Telecom Network) P-MP Point-to-Multipoint (use only when you have multiple extension devices on one extension port. TEI MSN Assign Service Fix [00] Fix [00] Fix [00] Fix [00] Fix [00] Automatic Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable Disable To enable Call progress tones for Extension Tone Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Enable Port No Line Type L1 Mode Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent L2 Mode Access Mode P-P P-P P-P P-P P-P P-MP 01 CO 02 CO 03 CO 04 CO 05 CO 06 Extension Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Each port can be either a CO or extension port Ensure these are always “Permanent” Fix = always set to “xx” by switch Automatic = set by network (Either will work for CO. port.

as this will over ride the 1:N table. Additional Function settings must be checked Sys 5 Bits 7 and 8 should be set to 0 to send unassigned DDI numbers to the 1:N table in Day and Night mode . CO 1 & CO2 will ring at extension 801 NOTE: do not enable CPC or Answer reversal for ISDN 2.LINE PROGRAMMING FOR INCOMMING CALLS . Incoming calls may be received as 1:1. DIL 1:1 Simply configure a 1:1 in CO menu 1 as normal All calls on BRI port 1. DIL 1:N DO not assign a 1:1 setting.1:N or more commonly DDI’s 1.

You will normally receive 3 digits from the network for DDI’s (some times MSN’s will be 7 digits) You can have up to 400 DDI’s. DDI Configure DDI/MSN table from CO option 9 Set DDI/MSN Assignment to DDI for day and night mode Note once this service is enabled 1:1 settings are over ridden! Also this is for Port 1 (CO1 & CO2) only. .3. there is a day and a night destination for both. press F6 for the next page Port 2 (CO3 & CO4) etc! Next set the destinations for your DDI’s in CO Table 10.

There are also some settings in the additional functions to determine the result of an incoming call when the destination extension is busy or invalid. Each ISDN extension supports 2x 64K channels The PABX does support Channel bonding.e. Configure an extension number/name under Station Setting menu 6 ISDN Internal 1 Once this is done reset the PABX and connect the ISDN device. you should be able to dial an outgoing call at this point. 2 64K data calls are dialed from ISDN extension 787. ISDN Extensions Can be configured very easily Step 1. the channels are bonded to provide a 128K connection! . Once the far end answers both calls. modems VC) Step 2. You can also configure DDI’s for the ISDN extension just as you can for a regular extension. Enable the ISDN Port as an Extension in CO Menu 4 ISDN Internal/External The settings below are the most common for ISDN equipment (routers. i. so devices may make multiple calls out and bond the available channels.

Please Note: P-MP settings only work on the CO side from software V4 TD1232 TD816 P271B P371B The help file in V4. if a glitch occurs on the exchange side and L2 is broken. the exchange requires a SABME message from the PBX side before L2 is set-up again.06B2 programming software still says that this setting is for ISDN extension configuration only. Solution: From the results of testing we have found that the TD1232/ 816 will connect reliably to the Clear network when using the following settings. the network exchange provides ring back to the incoming caller but provides no messaging to the PBX to reinitiate L2. Problem: It seems the intermittent problems on the Clear Communications network are cause by the fact that in many areas the exchanges are linked by some kind of wireless MUX and as a consequence from time to time there may be a glitch due to RF conditions. If an incoming call arrives before L2 has been set-up. The result is that no calls arrive at the PBX until the NT is reset. but this description is incorrect as P-MP is now supported on the CO side as well. Preferred settings when using Clear Basic rate: These problems do not occur when Clear uses P-MP (Point to Multi Point). When the Clear exchange is using P-P (Point to Point). please request that they use their preferred P-MP settings and configure the Panasonic PBX accordingly. . When using Clear BRI.Clear ISDN BRI and Panasonic PBX.


Assign the number of channels using Line PRI Configuration 4. Connect the TD290 card to any spare slot on the Master cabinet (don’t forget the earth screw) 2. Outside lines 13 through 24 will become unavailable if the Slave system is operating.The TD290 card is a 30-channel PRI card. it can be configure to support any number of channels up to 30. The PRI card must be fitted to the Master cabinet when using a dual cabinet set up When this unit is installed to the system. Assign the card as an S3 using the System Miscellaneous screen. PRI provides thirty 64 kbps B channels for voice/data transmission and one 64 kbps D channel for signaling (30B + D). Installation: 1. It is a CO card and cannot be configured for ISDN extensions. the maximum number of available outside lines is limited to 42. Reset the PABX!! . 3.

The PRI cct uses 2 pairs TXa . Connect the Primary rate to the TD290 Card.5.TXb. RXa . .RXb 6. there should also be 30 available channels. Check the card status using System ISDN Card menu You should see Clock Detect and Clock Select.

7. Next set the destinations for your DDI’s in CO Table 10. You will normally receive 3 digits from the network for DDI’s (some times MSN’s will be 7 digits) . To enable DDI’s enter the Line DDI/MSN setting screen and set all 12 ports to DDI 8.

symbol in front of the number is required There are also some settings in the additional functions to determine the result of an incoming call when the destination extension is b usy or invalid. .Notes: Once connected there should be up to 30 ISDN channels starting from CO 25 All channels will be in trunk group 8. Names can be assigned with numbers. A . This is done under System Speed Dials.

33X *Note 2 Discontinued 80 Feature software 1 P401C-A 3. *Note 2 Fix for VPS port lock-up problem.33X *Note 1 Discontinued Initial Software 2 P431A-B 2.30B2 *Note 4 *Note 1 Supports trunk side BRI on TD280 card.47X Discontinued from June 1998 Discontinued from June 1998 Available on request 80 Feature software 2 P401C-B 3.16S2. *Note 3 Fix for CO-to-CO port lock-up problem.KX-TD816 Software Versions Version 1 CPU. *Note 4 Supports trunk and extension side BRI on TD280 and TD286 cards . 3. System Software Version Maintenance Tool Software Versions Description Release Comments Status Initial Software 1 P431A-A 2.16S2. Also supports trunk side BRI on TD 280 card.47X *Note 3 ISDN Software 1 P441D-TA 3. 3.

ISDN Software Release Comments Status 1 P301C-A 3. 3. *Note 9 TD185 Card only works as DID card *Note10 Improved UCD functionality + TD174 one way speech fix and removes 99 account code feature *Note 11 Account code 99-feature removal. . System Software Version Maintenance Tool Software Versions Description 80 Feature software with M/W adaptor unit.06B2 *Note 9 Current from March 2000 1 P371D-AB 4. *Note 12 Support for TD7580 DECT handset added.00X 1 P371B-A 4.30B2 *Note 6 Integrated 80 Feature & ISDN software Integrated 80 feature & ISDN software V4 BX V4 DECT DISA RMT E&M V5 UCD features Account code V5 TD7580 1 P301H 3.47X *Note 7 1 P301J 3.Version 2 CPU. *Note 6 Supports BRI ISDN only (same as P441D software for Ver.47X *Note 8 Current from July 1999 1 P311L821 4.33A3.06B2 *Note 9/10/11 Current from Dec 2000 2 P371G-A 4.07B2 *Note 12 Current *Note 5 Supports KX-TD194 Message Waiting Lamp adaptor unit.1) *Note 7 Combines all 80 feature software and supports BRI ISDN.47X *Note 5 Discontinued from Oct 1998 Discontinued from Sept 1998 Discontinued from July 1999 1 P341D-A 3. *Note 8 Upgraded version of P301H to fix CO5 ringing problem with KX-TD174 unit.

System Software Version P131B-H Maintenance Tool Software Versions 2. *Note 3 Supports trunk and extension side BRI on TD280 & TD286 cards. 3. *Note 1 Fix for VPS port lock up and call cut-off problem.47X *Note 2 2 P101G-B 3.33X Description Release Comments Status Initial Software 1 *Note 0 Discontinued Initial Software 80 Feature software 80 Feature software ISDN Software 2 P131B-K *Note 1 Discontinued Discontinued from June 1998 1 P101G-A 3.47X 3.KX-TD1232 Software Versions Version 1 CPU.16S2.33X 2. . 3.30B2 Discontinued from June 1998 Available on request 1 P141F-TA *Note 3 *Note 0 Have to use 2-33X or PITS phone to program DDI trunks on both 131 software versions.16S2. *Note 2 Fix for CO-to-CO port lock-up problem.

47X Comments Status 1 *Note 4 Discontinued from Oct 1998 Discontinued from Sept 1998 Discontinued from July 1999 Discontinued from July 1999 Current from July 1999 1 P241D-A 3.1) *Note 6 Combines all 80 feature software and supports BRI ISDN *Note 7 Version to fix one-way speech on KX-TD174 card.Version 2 CPU. *Note 5 Supports BRI ISDN only (same as P141F software for Ver. 3. Description 80 Feature software with M/W adaptor ISDN Software Integrated 80 Feature & ISDN software Integrated 80 feature & ISDN software Integrated 80 feature & ISDN software V4 BX V4 DECT PRI CTI E&M V5 UCD features Account code V5 TD7580 Release System Software Version P231G-A Maintenance Tool Software Versions 3.30B2 *Note 5 1 P231L-A 3.47X *Note 6 2 P231L-D 3.33A3. *Note 8 Upgraded version of P231L to fix CO9 ringing problem with KX-TD174 unit.47X *Note 8 1 P211L821 4.07B2 *Note 12 Current *Note 4 Supports KX-TD194 Message Waiting Lamp adaptor unit.06B2 *Note 9/10/11 2 P271G-A 4.47X *Note 7 1 P231N 3.00X 1 P271B-B 4. *Note 9 TD185 Card only works as DID card *Note10 Improved UCD functionality + TD174 one way speech fix *Note 11 removal of Account code 99 features added *Note 12 Support for New Dect Hand set KX-TD7580 .06B2 *Note 9 Current from March 2000 Current Dec 2001 1 P271D-AB 4.

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