You should see this when you press return: “” or “OVL000” Then press ‘Return’ then type “LOGI”. STAD “24 11 1976 15 41 49″ = November 24th 1976 pm 49 seconds” To test it…
Type: “TTAD” – (this tests time and date) Print system number TSID = print system number LD 20 CHG = CHANGE ex: Key 00 NUL = Erase config on that key CPY 1= COPY DISU = DISABLE UNIT DISC = DISABLE CARD DISS = DISABLE SHELF DISL = DISABLE LOOP ENLU = ENABLE UNIT ENLC = ENABLE CARD ENLL = ENABLE LOOP ENLS = ENABLE SHELF NEW = ADD PHONE OUT = REMOVE PHONE PRT = PRINT STAT = STATUS IDU = TYPE OF PHONE ( use to ping a phone) LUDN = LIST UNUSED DN EX: LD 11-PRT-LUDN-CUST =0 LUVU = LIST UNUSED TN TYPE 2000=DIGITAL 500=ANALOG Programming a trunk : REQ NEW, OUT, CHG TYPE COT, PAG, TIE, WAT, FEX, RAN ( Type of trunks ) TN X X RTMB XXXX ( Route number ) SIGL GRD, LOP, OAD GRD = ground start LOP = loop start OAD = outgoing automatic,incoming dial CLS DTN ( digitone ) How to add a new CLID: REQ CHG TYPE NET CLID YES ENTRY XX Programming access route: REQ NEW, OUT, CHG TYPE RDB ( route data block ) CUST X ROUT XXX ( 0-127 ) TKTP COT, WAT, FEX, TIE, DID, PAG, RAN ( Trunk type ) ICOG ICT, IAO, OGT ICT = incoming only trunk IAO = incoming and outgoing OGT= outgoing only trunk ACOD XXXX ( Access number for trunk route ) How to add a TTY : REQ CHG TYPE ADAN ( TTY ) ADAN New tty x CAB_ X (Cabinet number ) TTY TYPE SDI ( Serial Data Interface ) CDNO X ( Card number ) PORT X (Port number ) CTYP IP ( Card type ) USER MTC SCH TRF BPS 9600 ( Baud rate ) How to add a TDS/DTR card ( add time slots ): Change midnight and background overlay routine: REQ CHG TYPE OVLY SID XXXX ( System number ) BKGD XX XX ( Background overlay task, ex: ld 40 44…..
Because there is only one directory begining with "v" the system will automatically change the line to "cd/var/" if you want to go further you can add the first letter of the next directory e.g. The line will not be updated to "cd/var/opt/" you can keep going till you have the full directory path.
It's very easy to install the Corporate Directory on a Meridian V25/ Succession switch without having to use MAT or OTM etc, using the information obtained via the CPND Name block in LD 95. Using "Notepads" find & replace, it's easy to get it to find 5 spaces & replace it with 4 spaces & a ",".
I needed to program an old Nortel Meridian Option 11 PBX for a client that was not ready for a PBX upgrade.
The Meridian PBX’s software divides information into LOADS. For example, LD 20 is where you can print information about phones. *Please note: Enter “spaces” between the numbers: CUST: Customer number (almost always “0” unless you have more then one customer set up) When entering the “TN” information you don’t have to insert all the 0’s. Be carful not to log in more than 3 time incorrectly, If you see OVL400 this means you are locked out for up to 45 Minutes. To set the time and date of your system you program in load 2: Step 1) LD 02 Step 2) STAD “Day Month Year Hour Minute Second” i.e.
I would start off going into "pdt" to navigate to where the cpdir0file is located.
I did update a guide I had previously done for the older software versions on the manual method on how to update the corporate directory.
You can also add in other CPND Names from other systems if they use Network Linked Numbering onto the same csv file. LD 95REQ PRTTYPE NAMECUST 0 CPND_LANGPAGEDIGDN ALLSHRT YES 5200 Welfare Room 5201 Rest Room 5202 Delivery & Collections 5208 Donald Duck I2050 5209 Micky Mouse I2050 Phone 5230 Tom's MODEM 5234 Jerry's I2050 Phone 5235 Roger Rabbit's I2050 phone 5236 Mini Mouse's MODEM 5237 Bugs Bunny I2004 Phone Save the file as a standard Text format i.e. The messy bit is to put in a comma "," between the first & second name & to remove any part of a name that's not required. Once you have done this it should look something like this..
5200 , Welfare, Room 5201 , Rest, Room 5202 , Delivery , Collections 5208 , Donald, Duck 5209 , Micky, Mouse 5230 , Tom's, Modem 5234 , Jerry's, I2050 Phone 5235 , Roger, Rabbit 5236 , Mini, Mouse 5237 , Bugs, Bunny Save this file as a "CPDIR0. The idea being that this file will eventually be uploaded into the Nortel switch.
The on-handset corporate directory is accessed via LDAP and may be integrated with external directories such as Active Directory; users can search for a given user by name and then dial that user directly. No need to fill your workspace with hard copy directories or sticky notes reminding you of colleagues’ extensions. Jive Mobility imports the corporate directory directly to the smartphone, tablet, or other handheld device being used.