Network Attendant Service
Network Attendant Service (NAS - package 159) allows the operator to be located anywhere on the network.
To send operator calls to 850000, build a table in LD 86 as follows:
REQ new CUST 0 FEAT nas - Feature = NAS (Network Attendant Service) TBL 0 - NAS routing Table 0 is the customer routing table ALT 1 - Attendant Alternative number ID 850000 - Digits (up to 16) dialed to reach a remote attendant ALT TODS 0 - 0 is the Catch-all period, so start/stop times are not needed ALST : 1 DBK N : y - Enable Drop Back busy option QUE N : y - Enable Queuing to route TODS - Hit return to end
When we print the table (LD 86), it's displayed as follows:
REQ prt CUST 0 FEAT nas TBL TBL 00 TOD 00: ALT0 1 DRBK= YES QUE= YES ALT 1 ID= 850000
To build a time of day schedule, enter a number other than 0 at TODS, and continue with start/stop times and days of week:
REQ new CUST 0 FEAT nas TBL 0 ALT 1 ID 850000 ALT TODS 1 PER 09 00 17 00 - Start and stop times for the schedule period DAYS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 : x6 x7 - Remove Saturday and Sunday from our schedule ALST : TODS
When we print the table, the time of day schedule is displayed as follows:
REQ prt CUST 0 FEAT nas TBL 0 TBL 00 TOD 00: TOD 01: 09:00 TO 17:00 MON TUE WED THU FRI ALT 1 ID= 850000
To activate or Network Attendant Service, either put a NAS key on the local console(s), or force it in the customer data block. Print consoles in LD 20, add, change, or out in LD 12:
REQ chg TYPE 2250 TN 8 0 0 0 SETN 008 0 00 01 ANUM IADN SSU ICDR CPND LANG EBLF SGRP QTHM DAPC KEY 10 nas - Network Attendant Service key KEY 11 nul - Remove feature or function from key
Check/Set NAS Status
Network Attendant Service status can be checked and/or changed with the console NAS key, or from the terminal:
To check the status of the NAS feature, print NET_DATA in LD 21:
- Request is "PRT", type is "NET".
- Look for "NAS ACTV" (Network Attendant Service Active) - if active it will say "YES", if inactive "NO".
To change the status of the NAS feature, go to LD 15:
- Request is "CHG", type is "NET".
- Enter down to the "NAS ACTV" prompt, and type either "yes" or "no". Then enter back out to the req prompt.
- To confirm the change, go back to LD 21 and print NET again to check the prompt (it's towards the bottom).
The following shows the NET_DATA data-block, printed in LD 21:
>ld 21 PT1000 REQ: prt - Print TYPE: net - Net_data TYPE NET_DATA CUST 0 TYPE NET_DATA CUST 00 OPT RTA AC2 FNP YES ISDN YES PNI 1 PINX_DN MBG 0 BSGC 65535 PFX1 622 PFX2 7230 HLOC LSC RCNT 5 PSTN NO TNDM 15 PCMC 15 SATD 1 OCLI NO TIDM NO DASC ROPT NRO DITI YES TRNX YES EXTT YES FTOP FRES APAD 0 0 VNR NO NIT 8 NAS ATCL YES - Network Attendant Service Attendant Control allowed NAS ACTV YES - Network Attendant Service routing Activated FOPT 14 CNDN CNAT PCAT CNIP YES DMWM NO MWNS NO REQ: