Programming Outside Line Type, Access, and Ringing

Additional Feature Information
Central Office Calls, Answering
Central Office Calls, Placing
Key Ring
Last Number Redial
Line Group Routing
Line Keys
Loop Keys
Night Service / Night Ring
T1 Lines
Direct Inward Dialing
Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
Tie Lines
Programming for this Feature
Programming Line and Loop Keys
Programming Line Transmit and Receive Gain
Programming Line Group Access
Programming Line Dial-Up
Changing the Direct Line Access Numbering
Programming Store and Forward
Programming Line Termination
Programming Line Overflow
Programming Last Number Redial
Programming T1 Lines
Programming Caller ID
Programming Tie Lines
User Operation
Last Number Redial

Setting the Central Office Calls Basics

1. Set the circuit type and loop length to match the connected service.

  1. 3101-01: Line Type [Lines: Config: Setup: Type (3101): Type]
    Make sure each line’s circuit type and loop length setting match the requirements of the connected service.
    Option Description
    00 Uninstalled.
    01 [Default] Loop Start.
    02 Ground Start1
    03 DID Wink Start1
    04 DID Immediate Start1
    05 E&M Wink Start1
    06 E&M Immediate Start1
    1Requires T1/PRI PCB1
  2. 3101-03: DTMF Dialing [Lines: Config: Setup: Type (3101): DTMF Dialing]
    Indicate whether the line is DTMF or Dial Pulse.
    Option Description
    No (0) Dial Pulse.
    Yes (1) [Default] DTMF.
  3. 3103-03: Loop Length [Lines: Config: Setup: Settings (3103): Loop Length]
    For analog lines only, use this option to compensate for the telco circuit loop length.
    For normal installations, enter 0 (medium).
    If the system is very close to the central office or behind a PBX, enter 1 (short).
    If the loop length is abnormally long, enter 2 (long).
    Option Description
    0 Medium.
    1 Short.
    2 [Default] Long.

2. Review the system timers for compatibility with the connected service.

  1. 160X: Feature Timers.
  2. 161X: Analog Line Timers
  3. 163x and 164x: T1/PRI Timers

3. Set the line access and ringing options at extensions for each line.

  1. 2131-[01-64]: Line Access Stations: Config: Line Access: Line Access (2131): Line Access]
    Use this program to set the line access options.
    Option Description
    0 No access.
    1 Incoming access only.
    2 Outgoing access only.
    3 [Default] Full access.
  2. 2132-[01-64]: Line Ringing Stations: Config: Ring Assign: Line Ringing (2132): Ring Assignment]
    Use this program to set the line ringing options.
    Option Description
    0 Lamp only (no ringing) day and night. [Default] for DSX-80/160 extensions 316-427.
    1 Day and night ringing. [Default] for DSX-40 (all) and DSX-80/160 extensions 300-315.
    2 Night ringing only.
    3 Delay ringing day and night.
  3. 1604-01: Delay Ring Timer [System: Timers: Features: Station (1604): Delay Ring]
    Use this program to set the Delay Ring interval. A line set for Delayed Ringing will ring the extension after this interval.
    Option Description
    1-9999 Seconds. [Default] = 10 seconds.

4. Set unique ringing options for single line telephones.

  1. 1403-02: Single Ring for Single Line Set [System: Class of Service: SLTs: SLTs(1403): Single Ring]
    Enable this option to allow single line telephones to ring with a single ring for outside calls.
    Disable this option to have line ringing at analog single line extensions follows the ringing pattern of the line.
    Option Description
    No (0) [Default] Disabled.
    Yes (1) Enabled.
  2. 2102-01: Class of Service [Stations: Config: Setup: Access (2102): Class of Service]
    Assign Class of Service to extensions.
    Option Description


    Class of Service level 1-15.
    [Default] for extension 300 = 1.
    [Default] for all other extensions = 2.