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Page 1-2 DBS 824-l O-400 Issued Day/Date Setting Date and Time Settings Day/Date Setting Software Version CPC-S and CPC-M, Version 1 0 and higher Address Description This program sets the date in the DBS 824 system clock The day and date are printed on the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) printout. Proper LCR (Least Cost Routing) depends on correct date settings Proper operation of peripheral equipment may also depend on correct date settings Programming Month, day, and year in numeric format (for example, January would be entered as 010195) Issued 824-l O-400 Page Time Setting Time Setting Software Version CPC-S and CPC-M, Version 1 0 and higher Address (HHMM)# Description This program sets the time in the DBS 824 system clock The time appears on key phones that have and is also included in SMDR call records Note: Correct time settings are necessary for proper LCR (Least Cost Routing) operation Programming HHMM# Time setting in 24-hour format (for example 3 00 pm would be entered as 1500) Call Duration Display General System Settings Call Duration Display Software Version CPC-S and CPC-M, Version 1 0 and higher Address (0 or Description The duration timing for outgoing CO calls is normally displayed on telephones with The DBS 824 can be programmed so that the call duration time is not displayed NOTE: This setting does not affect SMDR recording of the call Programming O=Call duration is not displayed duration is displayed Related Programming Call Duration Timer or Issued DBS 824-l O-400 Page SMDR Start Timer for CO Calls Start Timer for CO Calls Software Version CPC-S and CPC-M, Version 1 0 and higher Address (0, 1, or Description This timer determines how long the system waits before starting an SMDR record for the call (both outgoing and incoming) For example, if the timer is set to 5 seconds, SMDR recording of call data will begin 5 seconds after an outgoing number is dialed or 5 seconds after an incoming call is answered For outgoing calls, the purpose of this timer is to allow the CO to connect the call, or the called party to answer, before beginning SMDR timing For incoming calls, the purpose of this timer is to limit the nurnber of SMDR records for incoming calls (e , if an incoming call lasts for less than 30 seconds, and this SMDR Start Timer is set for 30 seconds, an SMDR record will not be generated for that call) Programming (0, 1, or 0= 5 seconds seconds seconds Related Programming SMDR Printing Mode 1 -- Outbound and Inbound SMDR Printing Mode 2 -- Long-Distance and Local Calls SMDR Report FF3 Page l-6 DBS 824-l O-400 issued ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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