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									HiPath 1100

1. Timers


      1.1. Single Timers (code 39)

The values that reference the time (seconds) are expression for multiplex of 10 ms
(the value of 850 is equivalent to 8500 ms or 8,5 s).

Description of the Timers conform the position of configuration:

(1)    Dial Tone Wait: This timer starts after some extension connected with a
       trunk. If this trunk no sends a correct tone, it will block a time (timer 23) or
       until reset de PBX. (This feature not is implemented to Brazil).
       Its default value is 8,5 seconds.

(2)    Dial End: This timer start after the last digit dialed. When the time expire, the
       tax star and the KS display is updated.
       Its default value is 10 seconds.

(3)    Dial End (1A): Wait time to send the last digit dialed, after one before the last
       has been sent. This case is observed when MF trunk and extension are used
       and when calls are made by the way of speed dial or ACS active.
       Its default value is 4,5 seconds.

(4)    Dial End (Argentina): Like (03) following the default configurations to
       Argentina.
       Its default value is 2,8 seconds.

(5)    Not used.

(6)    Timeout for call group announcement.
       Its default value is 60,0 seconds.

(7)    Not used.

(8)    Busy Timeout: Configure time that busy tone is maintained at the extension,
       after wrong dialing (only to KS telephone).
       Its default value is 3,0 seconds.

(9)    Call Back Timeout: Configure time between the moment where the busy
       extension became free and the beginning of the Call Back Ring.
       Its default value is 3,0 seconds.
(10) Not used.

(11) Timeout for the associated call (Secretary Service): Ring time of the
     extension due to a call made by an associated extension.
     Its default value is 6,0 seconds.

(12) Timeout for the feature alarm clock: Configure time that the extension
     stays in Ring due to a alarm service.
     Its default value is 300,0 seconds.

(13) Number of loops on external alarm call (only to HiPath 1120): Number of
     times that is sent the sequence of MF digits or message (FAX/DUWA) in case
     of alarm call.
     Its default value is 14 (unit).

(14) Door ringer timeout: Configure time that ring the Door attendant (code 59).
     Its default value is 20 seconds.

(15) FAX/DID answer time: Configure time to attendant an call through of the
     FAX/DDR mode programmed.
     Its default value is 2 seconds.

(16) Recall timeout: Configure time to recall the extension original after of the call
     transferred not attended.
     Its default value is 30 seconds.

(17) Timeout to the end of selection in routing menu: Configure maximal time
     of wait to finally the process of data enter.
     Its default value is 3 seconds.

(18) FAX/DID announcements timeout: Configure time between announcements
     in the FAX/DDR mode.
     Its default value is 10 seconds.

(19) Auto Fax Analysis Timeout: Configure time to verify if receive the Fax
     signal to send the call to the fax extension attendant configured.
     Its default value is 10 seconds.

(20) Timeout for external call forwarding on door calls: Configure time out for
     external call forwarding on door calls. After this time, the users receive a tone
     before the disconnection of the call.
     Its default value is 60 seconds.
(21) External call forwarding timeout: Configure time out for external call
     forwarding. After this time, the users receive a tone before the disconnection
     of the call.


(22) Programming Timeout: Time that the PBX waits to confirm a configuration
     parameter during the programming mode.

(23) Out-of-service timer for Analog trunk: After some extension try to connect
     with a trunk but this trunk no sends a correct tone, it will block for this
     configure time.
     Its default value is 60 seconds.

(24) Timeout for call forwarding when FAX/DID is busy: Configure time to an
     incoming call forwarding to the first attendant of the trunk when the FAX/DDR
     is busy.
     Its default value is 30 seconds.

(25) Timeout for Remote Programming: Configure timeout in remote
     programming. After the last code program dial, count this time to will be
     terminated the remote mode.
     Its default value is 60 seconds.

(26) Recall of Alarm Call: When an alarm call is not completed because this
     extension is in busy state, the switch will make a new attempt after the time
     interval defined in this field.
     Its default value is 180 seconds.

(27) MF Digits (Alarm): Configure time maximum time to send the MF digits after
     the alarm call defined number is dialed.
     Its default value is 6 seconds.

(28) Timer to erase the Fax-info indication: While receiving a FAX, the
     programmed key of FAX-info signalizes this event. Once this key is pressed,
     a message is shown at the KS telephone display (Fax received, for example)
     and the confirmation key must be pressed, between the time set at this field,
     so that key Fax-info does not signalizes again.
     Its default value is 5 seconds.

(29) Send Digits (Trunk): In case of a dialing of a sequence of MF digits, the
     trunk line is taken, the public dial tone is detected and a time to send digits is
     spent till the final sequence of digits is sent.
     Its default value is 0,1 second.
(30) Timeout to allow sending of digits after trunk flash: Configure time spent
     to send the MF digits after a Flash is executed during an external
     conversation (by trunk line configured as Sub-PABX).
     Its default value is 1 second.

(31) Recall Park (Argentina): Configure time that a call keeps parked without
     recalling the extension that parked it, in accordance to default configuration
     for Argentina.
     Its default value is 50 seconds.

(32) Recall Park: Configure time that a call keeps parked without recalling the
     extension that parked it.
     Its default value is 180 seconds.

(33) Trunk Release: Configure time that system will wait to execute the liberation
     of the trunk line, from the moment that the telephone starts ringing due to a
     call that has been transferred and that returned by not been answered.
     Its default value is 60 seconds.

(34) Callback Cancel: Configure time that the system signalizes at the extension
     the service of callback for a extension that is free.
     Its default value is 30 seconds.

(35) Trunk reservation signaling timeout: Configure time that the system
     signalizes at the extension that the reserved trunk line is free to be accessed.
     Its default value is 30 seconds.

(36) Guard time after flash pulse: Configure minimal time necessary of closed
     loop after one flash pulse to be considered as valid.
     Its default value is 0,40 seconds.

(37) Timeout for ISDN supplementary Services acknowledge: Configure time
     that the system wait the confirmation of a service solicitation. Expired this
     time, the system will consider as invalid solicitation.
     Its default value is 1 second.

(38) Not used.

(39) Not used.
   1.2. System Timers (code 40)


This timers are configures for tables. To that the changes to be implemented in the
system, its necessary restart the switch after configured.

Table [1] – Pulse Dialing: Time intervals that define the pulse dialing by the
switch.

[0] Pulse duration. Default: 007.
[1] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[2] Pause duration. Default: 003.
[3] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[4] Time duration between two digits. Default: 080.
[5] Multiplier. Default: 002.

Table [2] – Multi Frequencies Dialing: Time intervals that the multi frequencies
dialing by the switch.

[0] MFV Digit Duration. Default: 009.
[1] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[2] MFV Pause Duration. Default: 009.
[3] Multiplier. Default: 002.

Table [3] – DH Timers: Configure timers about hard features.

[00] Time to active the relays they are used (only HiPath 1120). Default: 002.
[01] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[02] Time that the relays stay connected after they were used. Default: 002.
[03] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[04] Minimum Ring duration time not to be considered noise. Default: 009.
[05] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[06] Value to be added to the minimum time of ring indication to be considered a
valid call. Default: 041.
[07] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[08] Minimum tone duration time to be validated as special tone. Default: 005.
[09] Multiplier. Default: 002.
[10] This value is added to the minimum time to identify a tone as special. The
result defines the maximum validation time of this tone. Default: 010.
[11] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[12] Minimum pause time to validate a special tone. Default: 005.
[13] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[14] This value is added to the minimum pause time to identify the tone as special.
The result defines the maximum pause time for the validation of this tone.
[15] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[16] Minimum tone duration time to be validated as dial tone, when the trunk is
configured as sub- PABX. Multiplier. Default: 005.
[17] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[18] Minimum hook duration time to be considered valid. Default: 010.
[19] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[20] Minimum pulse duration time to be considered a valid dialing pulse. Default:
003.
[21] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[22] Maximum pulse duration time to be considered a valid dialing pause. Default:
009.
[23] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[24] Minimum pause duration time to be considered a valid dialing pause. Default:
002.
[25] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[26] Maximum pause duration time to be considered a valid dialing pause. Default:
008.
[27] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[28] Minimum pulse duration time to be considered a valid flash sign. Default: 004.
[29] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[30] Minimum pause time between digits. Default: 019.
[31] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[32] Minimum tone duration time to be validated as busy tone. Default: 011.
[33] Multiplier. Default: 002.

[34] This value is added to the minimum tone duration time to identify a tone as
busy tone. The result defines the maximum tone duration time for the validation of
this tone. Default: 011.
[35] Multiplier. Default: 002.
[36] Maximum pause duration time to validate as busy tone. Default: 011.
[37] Multiplier. Default: 002.

Table [4] – Subscriber:

[0]
[1]
[2] Time interval to reactivate Call Back. Default: 007.
[3] Multiplier. Default: 004.

Table [5] – Tones and Ring Cadencies:

This table defines the modes and Ring Cadencies. There are eight (8)
configuration positions that are repeated for every tone and cadencies. This way is
only described the configuration positions for the internal Dial Tone.

[000] Internal Dial Tone (byte mode)

In this field is placed a byte of information at the decimal format. Each bit
represents a different configuration parameter, to know:

Bit 7: Default: 1.
1 = repetitive tone
0 = unique tone

Bit 6: Default: 0.
1 = uses second frequency (depends on the country)
0 = uses the first frequency
This bit is only used for HiPath 1150.

Bit 5: Default: 0.
1 = Not used
0 = Must be replaced with this value

Bit 4: Default: 1.
1 = Tone
0 = Ring

Bit 3, 2, 1 and 0 are not used and are defined as 0.

[001] Byte Size
In this field is placed a byte of information at the decimal format. Each bit
represents a different configuration parameter, to know:

Bit 7: Default: 0
1 = Continuous tone
0 = Temporized tone
Bit 6, 5 and 4 must be equal to 0.
Bit 3, 2, 1 and 0: the number of pulses is defined: 0 to 3.

[002] Active pulse 1 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 020.
[003] Inactive pulse 1 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 001.
[004] Active pulse 2 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 000.
[005] Inactive pulse 2 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 000.
[006] Active pulse 3 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 000.
[007] Inactive pulse 3 duration (50 ms multiples). Default: 000.

[008] Call tone. Default: 144.
[016] Busy tone. Default: 144.
[024] Camp-on tone. Default: 144.
[032] Door Camp-on tone. Default: 144.
[040] Intercalation tone. Default: 144.
[048] Invalid Operation tone. Default: 016.
[056] Acceptance tone. Default: 016.
[064] Special dialing tone. Default: 144.
[072] External dialing tone. Default: 144.
[080] Call tone with Camp-on tone. Default: 144.
[088] Call back confirmation tone. Default: 144.
[096] Conference tone. Default: 016.
[104] Ring for external call. Default: 128.
[112] Ring for internal call. Default: 128.
[120] Ring for door opener call. Default: 128.
[128] Ring for associated call. Default: 128.
[136] Ring for alarm call. Default: 128.
[144] Ring for alarm clock call. Default: 128.
[152] Ring for call back. Default: 128.


Table [6] – Ring Windows Parameters

[0] Number of intervals of 50 ms that define a ring window. Default: 020.
[1] Number of ring windows. Default: 005.

								
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