Reliant Octel 200 and Octel 300 Message Servers PB6001401 Handbücher

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Installation and Maintenance

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  

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Functions

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Pay Phones

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 Delays

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Industrie

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Canada:

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Table of Contents

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Table of Contents Ċ Figures

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   

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INTRODUCTION

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Integration

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Networking

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System Administrator’s Manual

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Description

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1.1 UNDERSTANDING

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ALL PROGRAM

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1.2 USING

34

Exiting the INSTALL Program

35

1.3 ANSWERING

37

QUESTIONS IN INST

37

 Indexes

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1.4 ANSWERING

54

SYSTEMS

54

this point, the INST

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Answering Questions in INST

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ALL section

55

1.5 EXITING

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BEFORE THE INST

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ALL IS COMPLETE

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Exiting and Continuing

57

Reinstalling

57

2.1 HARDWARE

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Overture 200 Cabinet

74

Other Components

75

2-5

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2-7

79

Overture 300 Cabinet

80

2-1

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2-13

85

Subsystem Configurations

86

2-15

87

2-17

89

Interface Cards

90

Telemarketing Line Card (TLC)

91

Access Card (DAC)

91

EntryWorks ACP Card

91

Fax Application Processor

92

Voice Control Unit (VCU)

93

Central Processing Unit (CPU)

94

Power Supply Unit (PSU)

94

Option Control Chip (OCC)

96

2-25

97

PREPARING

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THE PHONE SYSTEM

99

PHONE SYSTEM

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Integrated Installations

102

Answering Incoming Calls

103

as a Message Center

104

Using the DID/E&M T

104

NECESSAR

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Y CHANGES

105

3.2 DETERMINING

105

3.3 CHANGES

106

O CENTRAL OFFICE TRUNKING

106

Ordering PE Trunking Changes

107

3.4 PHONE

108

SYSTEM CONFIGURA

108

Extensions

109

Trunk Redirection

109

Trunk Selection

110

1. Trunk

111

3.5 IMPLEMENTING

112

WITHOUT DIL FEA

112

INSTALLATION

115

4.1 RECEIVING

119

THE EQUIPMENT

119

Caution!

119

Moving the Equipment On-Site

121

4.2 INSTALLATION

122

REQUIREMENTS

122

Installation

123

PB60014–01

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Figure 4-1

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Figure 4-2

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

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

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Isolation Transformer

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List of Materials

128

Installation Procedure

129

4-13

131

Requirements

132

4-15

133

4.4 TERMINAL

134

COMMUNICA

134

Connections

135

200/300

135

ASSIGNMENTS FOR MESSAGE SER

139

VER CARDS AND

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Mitel Integration Card

140

Eight-Port

141

Line-Interface Card and T

141

4-25

143

DTIC Pin Assignment

144

4-27

145

4-29

147

APIC Integration Card

148

SIC8 I/O Panel Pinouts

149

Direct-Access

150

Card (DAC)

150

4-33

151



152



152

4.6 COMMUNICATING

153

WITH THE MESSAGE SER

153

Automatic Terminal Logout

154

4.7 OCTEL

155

OVERTURE 200/300 HARDW

155

ARE INST

155

ALLATION

155

Connecting the Terminal

156

Starting Up the System

156

4.8 RACK

158

MOUNT INST

158

TION, OCTEL OVERTURE 300

158

Preinstallation

159

4-43

161

4.9 SOFTWARE

162

4.10 CONNECTING

163

THE PHONE SYSTEM T

163

O THE OCTEL

163

OVERTURE 200/300

163

Connector

164

4-47

165

Table 4-7

167

PR Cable Column

167

4.11 OCTEL

168

OVERTURE 200/300 TESTING

168

4-51

169

4-55

173

4.12 TESTING

176

THE INST

176

TION AND TELEPHONE CHANGES

176

4-59

177

Contents

179

Quick Reference Guide

181

5.1 OVERVIEW

183

5.2 LISTING

184

AND CLEARING REPORTS

184

Clearing a Report

186

5.3 SYSTEM

187

PERFORMANCE REPORT

187

Call Summary

189

Subsequent Actions

191

Message Summary

193

Messages Currently Stored

194

Disk Usage

194

Network Performance Report

195

Message Statistics

196

LAN Connections

197

LAN Availability

197

5.4 NETWORK

198

TRAFFIC REPORT

198

To Location

199

Delivery

199

Network T

201

Message Delivery

202

5.5 USER

203

MESSAGE ST

203

TISTICS

203

Current Messages

204

Messages Left After

204

5.6 USER

205

CALLING ST

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Subsequent Calls

206

5.7 DISK

207

USAGE REPORT

207

Total of Minutes

208

Capacity Based on Message T

208

5.8 PORT

209

Individual

211

Port Statistics

211

Port Group Statistics

211

5.9 MAILBOX

213

5.10 USER

214

5.11 INTEGRATION

215

ATISTICS

215

5.12 SYSTEM

217

PERFORMANCE BY COS

217

Subsequent

219

Actions

219

MAINTENANCE COMMANDS

221

6.1 COMMAND

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Clear Commands

233

Test Commands

234



235

Commands 6-5

235

System Service Mode Commands

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COURTESY DOWN

237

COURTESY UP

237

⇒ Important:

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Commands 6-9

239

INSTALL

240

Commands 6-1

241

MAINTENANCE

243

ADMINISTRATIVE

243

PATCH STATUS

243

PRINT TONE

244

LIST PORT MAPPING

245

PORT STATUS

245

RESTA 2

245

TIME

245

UPDATE INTEGRATION

246

6.2 DIAGNOSTICS

247

FAX STATUS

249

Diagnostics

250

PENDING QUERY

252

LAN Status

253

Status of FINDMBOX

254

Print Status of LAN

255

Port Configuration Status

257

Port Mapping Status

258

Floppy-Disk-Drive

258

= REGION

260

Line-Interface-Card

262

Update Integration

263

Table 6-2

265

Port State

265

Abbreviation

265

Description

265

System Forwarding

269

System Initialization

269

Features

270

6.3 APPLICATION

273

“... is in

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“ . . . is

274

Modifiable

277

Application-Delay Indexes

277

Commands 6-49

279

Commands 6-51

281

Commands 6-53

283

List Command

284

6.4 MESSAGE

286

BLOCK AND MESSAGE PURGE

286

MPURGE Command Usage

288

LOG COMMANDS

291

 

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COMMAND

295

Log Options

296

MF Option, Modify Filters

297

PF Option, Display Filters

297

7.2 CALL

299

PROCESSING TRACE (CPT)

299

Printing the CPT Log

300

Using the List Trace Command

302

Option 1, All Activities

303

Option 2, Mailbox Activity

303

Option 3, Port Activity

304

Option 4, Location Activity

304

Option 5, Message Activity

305

Using the LOG PR CPT Command

306

Examples Using LOG PR CPT

308

Location Activity

309

Message Activity

309

Integration Activity

309

LOG for Protocol 5 (OctelNet)

313

Displaying T

315

7.3 CALL

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AIL RECORD LOG

316

Table 7-2 Transaction T

317

Configuring the CDR Log

320

Displaying

323

Call Detail Records

323

Specifying Time

324

Managing the Log File

326

Specifying the Display

326

Display Filters

327

Transaction

329

CDR Size by T

330

Examples of V

331

7.4 NAMESEND

334

ACTIVITY TRACE LOG

334

 Event

335

 Auxiliary

335

Table 7-7

336

7.5 MOVES

337

ADDS, AND CHANGES LOG

337

 Delete

339

USER Table

340

CSTAT Table

341

SLOTS Table

341

NUMBERING PLAN Table

341

System Distribution Lists

342

Extended Mailbox

342

Using the LOG PR MAC command

342

7.6 SERVER

344

APPENDIX

353

CALL-PROCESSING TRACE

353

ACTIVITIES

353

Processing T

355

Call Processing T

361

ERRORS AND

367

TRAFFIC PEGS

367

8.1 BOOT

371

ROM DIAGNOSTICS

371

8.2 HARDWARE

374

ERRORS

374

Relays

375

Hardware Error Types

375

DATA-3 = UNDEFINED

387

DATA-4 = UNDEFINED

387

8.3 TRAFFIC

407

PEG COUNT T

407

INTEGRATION – CHECK MAILBOX

427

    

429

      

429

  

429

HARDWARE

431

REPLACEMENT

431

9.1 HARDWARE

433

MAINTENANCE AND DIAGRAMS

433

Overture 200 Diagrams

434

Hardware

435

Replacement 9-3

435

Overture 300 Diagrams

439

Replacement 9-9

441

Replacement 9-1

443

9.2 HARDWARE

444

REPLACEMENT GUIDELINES

444

Replacing a PCA

445

Installing a DTIC Card

452

Replacement 9-23

455

Figure 9-16

458

Power Supply Unit Replacement

462

Replacement 9-33

465

Motherboard

468

Assembly

468

Replacement 9-39

471

Replacement 9-41

473

Replacement 9-43

475

Replacement 9-45

477

Replacement 9-53

485

Removing the OCC

487

Installing the OCC

487

9.3 MESSAGE

488

VER ASSEMBL

488

Y DESCRIPTIONS

488

Overture 200/300 Assemblies

489

TRUNK INTERF

491

10.1 DIGITAL

493

ACE CARD (DTIC) OVER

493

10.2 HOW

495

O CONFIGURE THE DTIC

495

10-7

499

10.3 TROUBLESHOOTING

502

AND MAINTENANCE

502

DTIC Not Up

503

10-17

509

* The ts means trunk scanner

509

Solutions for Trunk Problems

510

10-19

511

11.1 OVERVIEW

517

11.2 INSTALLING

518

AND CONFIGURING THE LAN CARD

518

Parameters

519

11.3 TESTING

522

THE LAN CARD

522

LANSTAT Command

523

Traffic Pegs

525

11.4 TAKING

526

THE LAN CARD OUT OF SER

526

of Pressing the Escape Key

528

INTERNET ADDRESSING

529

(Reserved) IP Addresses

530

Addressing

531

Configuration Implications

532

Internet

533

Addressing 1

533

SIMPLE NETWORK MANAGEMENT

535

OCOL (SNMP)

535

Introduction

537

LOCTABLE

538

DNETSTAT

539

HWERRTABLE

539

SNMP Query Tracing

540

11B.4 USING SNMP TRAPS

541

Configuring SNMP

541

Example of an SNMP T

543

SNMP Trap CP T

544

TEST SNMP Operation

545

TEST SNMP Messages

545

TEST SNMP Examples

546

Private MIB 1

549

PROCEDURES

561

Procedures

565

12-1

565

12-3

567

Backing Up All Names

570

Action Octel

571

following is displayed:

571

5. :ALLNAMES

571

Backing Up Local Names

572

Backing Up Network Names

574

Backing Up Greetings by COS

576

Backing Up a Single Greeting

578

5. ALL PDL

583

Backing Up Language Prompts

584

12.3 FLOPPY DISKETTE REST

586

ORE PROCEDURES

586

Restoring All Names

589

Restoring Local Names

591

Restoring Network Names

595

Restoring a Single Greeting

597

Restoring Language Prompts

601

12.4 FLOPPY DIRECTORY

603

12.5 ERRORS

604

12.6 HARD DISK PROCEDURES

605

 OCC MISMATCH

606

 ID MISMATCH

606

Octel Overture 200

607

 Restoring

608

Hard Disk Add

609

12-47

611

Hard Disk Copy

612

Hard Disk Remove

615

Hard Disk Replace

618

Hard Disk Restore

622

Rights Reserved

623

12.7 ADDING

635

LANGUAGES

635

12-75

639

Adding Language Prompts

640





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