Option 11 Installation
Refer to NTP 553-3011-210-2.00 Small Systems Installation Guide.
The following is not intended as a definitive guide, more over a few pointers for an installation.
1. Collect the various cables and equipment for connecting all the cabinets together:
- 3 port Serial Cable (NTBK48)
- Ethernet transceiver (for PBX)
- Ethernet Hub/Switch, and patch cords
- Cabinet(s) and mounting hardware
2. Mount Main Cabinet(s).
3. Set the Power Supply dip-switches to North American ring.
4. Install the software daughter card and dongle on the SCC card.
5. Set the SCC dip-switches for 9600-baud.
6. Install the SSC card in slot 0 of Cabinet 0.
7. Find and unpack the PCMCIA card and slide it in the SSC card (do not seat).
8. Install the E-1 card in slot 3. Leave slots 1 and 2 for trunk expansion.
9. Install analog line cards starting in slot 4.
10. Install DLC cards after any analog card.
11. Do not power up yet.
Laptop for OTM
1. Rename the PC, and complete the IP Configuration:
- IP Address:
- Subnet mask:
- Default Gateway:
2. Only the following entries should appear in the Network Properties window (remove all others):
- Client for Microsoft Networks
- File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
- Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
3. Load the Internet Server software from the Windows programs in the laptop.
4. Load HyperTerminal, and set COM 1 for 9600 8 none and 1.
5. Connect COM 1 to Port 0 of the PBX serial cable.
6. Connect the laptop to the Ethernet hub.
7. Disable both the windows firewall and Norton Antivirus.
8. Create a user ADMIN1 and make it a member of the administrators group
9. Login windows as the ADMIN1 user.
10. Attach the OTM dongle to an USB port of the laptop and load the OTM software.
11. Upon completion of the OTM load, login OTM using the ADMIN1 username and password to test the installation.
12. Exit OTM and terminate it completely.
13. Launch HyperTerminal, configure and name a session “PBX”. Make a shortcut of it on the desktop.
PBX Software Configuration
1. Open the HyperTerminal session and keep it open.
2. Power up all the equipment.
3. The pre-programmed Software Installation Program will start.
4. The prompts you need to worry about in the “Software Installation Menu” are:
- Enter the correct Date and Time <cr>
- Select 2 – Call Server/Main Cabinet - <cr>
- Select 1 – New Install… - <cr>
- Does this system have a Signaling Server? N <cr>
- Select the feature set number that is printed in the key-code list and <cr>
- Do you wish to add packages? Y <cr>
- Review your key-code list and ensure all packages are listed in the package summary list. Add packages as appropriate.
- Re-confirm package list
- Database to Install – Select 2 – Basic Configuration <cr>
- Do you wish to continue? Y <cr>
- Review license parameters and change accordingly.
- Define AUX ID – check key-code list and change if necessary.
- M3900 Language set – Select 4 – North America 6 Languages <cr>
- Review and confirm information entered. Enter Y <cr> when ready.
- Enable Centralized Software Upgrade? N <cr>
- Enter new key-codes from key-code data sheet.
- If key-codes are successful then answer Y to continue with install.
- The system will load! Wait for “Installation Completed Successfully” and the code INIXXX to be displayed.
- Login (default user ADMIN1 and password 0000).
- Go to LD 43 and perform an EDD (make sure you seat the PCMCIA card)
5. IP E-LAN configuration:
- Use LD 117 to configure the following:
NEW HOST PRIMARY_IP 10.10.2.5
NEW HOST GATEWAY_IP 10.10.2.254
NEW ROUTE 0.0.0.0 10.10.2.254
CHG MASK 255.255.255.0
CHG ELNK ACTIVE PRIMARY_IP
- PRT HOST - to verify your changes
- Exit LD 117
- LD 43 – EDD
6. Configuration Record 1 (CFN)
- Use LD 22 to print the CFN
- Compare the printout with the CFN_Template file.
- Use LD 17 to make changes in the CFN.
- You may have to disable and out TTY 2 to make it a PTY. LD 37 to disable. LD 17 to out.
- Print the CFN again and compare it with the template, both files must be the same.
7. Speed Call Lists (optional)
- Use LD 18 to add the System Speed Call (SCC) list and user Speed Call Lists (SCL).
- Create SSC 0 with 20 entries of 24 digits each.
- Create 500 SCLs with 20 entries each and 24 digits per entry. The system allows you to create 100 lists at a time so use:
REQ: NEW 100
8. Customer Data Block
- You must create a new Customer 0, in LD 15:
- When you get the prompts below enter 3 1’s and 4 1’s respectively.
- Once Customer 0 is built, go to LD 21 and print the CDB
- Compare printout with the CDB Template file, make appropriate changes in LD 15
9. ACD Agents. Refer to the Call Pilot Installation guide: Configuring the Meridian 1 Switch.
- ACD Agent Queue number (eg: 5554)
- ACD Agents/Position ID’s (eg: 5500 to 5507)
- SCN’s (eg: 5520 to 5527)
- Default ACD DN (eg: 5551)
- CDN/SDN (eg: 5555)
- Refer to the ACD_AGENTS_Template, for comparison.
- Go to LD 23 and print ACD to verify all your ACD entries.
10. Change the system password from the default.
11. Go to LD 43 and do an EDD.
1. Login to the OTM application. Define:
- Site Name
- System Name
- Use key-code sheet to enter the system specifics
2. Under the System Properties Window Customer Tab define the following:
- Regular DN range
- Private DN range
- ACD DN range
- AC1 (eg: 9)
- Attendant DN (eg: 0)
- Trunk Access Codes (ACOD)
3. Define the Speed Call lists that were configured earlier.
4. Define the hardware list.
5. Configure the CPND database
6. Create station templates
7. Perform a Retrieve All
8. Perform a TN reconciliation