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AVAYA - Lucent - AT&T Partner Systems (ACS, Endeavor, Partner Plus, Partner II)

All programming is done at ext. 10 or 11
1) Press feature key, then 00 (enters programming mode)
2) Press left intercom button twice
3) #103 (code to change system time)
4) Enter correct time (military time)
5) Press feature key, then 00 (exit programming)

 

AVAYA - Lucent - AT&T Merlin Legend R1 thru R7

From Main Menu

  1. Press F1 or System Program

  2. Press F5 or Exit

  3. Press F1 or System 

  4. Press F8 or Time

  5. Back Space Out Old Time and Enter New Time Using 24- hour Format

  6. Press F10 or Enter

  7. Press F5 or Exit

  8. Press Home

 

AVAYA - Lucent - AT&T Definity

  1. Type set time and press <return> (The Date and time screen appears)
  2. Using a 24-hour clock, fill in the appropriate fields. For example, for 2:00 p.m., enter 14 in the hour field and 00 in the minute field
  3. Press F3to save changes to system memory.
  4. Type display time and press <return> to check the new date and time.

Note: When you change the date and time, some phone displays may not automatically refresh. End-users should press the date/time button on their phone and wait for the terminal to return to "normal" to update the display.

Note for versions G3 R7 and above:

In G3 R7 and above, there are additional fields on the "set/display time" screen. The "Type:" field should be set to standard or daylight savings, depending on which is currently correct. The "Daylight Savings Rule:" field is set to one of 17 rules (0-16) defined on the "change daylight-savings-rule" screen. These entries will automatically set the system time to comply with daylight savings time changes.

Additionally, in the G3r R7 and above with the Multiple Locations feature activated, the above time can be offset + or - on the "change location (1-44)" screen. This screen also allows a different daylight-savings-rule to be used when port networks (PNs) are located in different geographic areas. The location identifier (1-44) is associated with each PN on the "add/change cabinet" screen.

When you change the date or time, some display phones may not automatically refresh the display. If this happens, have each user press the date/time button on their phone and the display should update

Norstar


There are a couple of different ways access the time change feature, depending on the type of system you have.  A programming template is provided below if you need it.   Just cut-out the shaded areas as well as around the outside of the template.   Once cut, place the template over the top 2 rows of buttons on your 7310 or 7324 telephone (typically lines 1 and 2 on your telephone).

After you enter programming mode, all methods are pretty much the same.

Access type 1:   Press  * * TIME (8463)

Access type 2:   Press  * * ADMIN (23646)

System displays Password & enter 23646

Display shows 1.Sys speed dial

Press Next Display shows 2. Names

Press Next Display shows 3. Time and date

Press Show Display shows Time 16:24

On the Softkey under the display it says CHANGE

If you wish to change the time, press CHANGE, if not press NEXT

Once you pressed the CHANGE button the hour displays;

If you wish to change the hour, press CHANGE, if not press NEXT

Once you pressed the CHANGE button the hour is erased allowing you to enter the new time - enter the new hour in 24 hour format, when OK press NEXT

Once you pressed the NEXT button the minutes display;

If you wish to change the minutes, press CHANGE, if not press NEXT

Once you pressed the CHANGE button the minutes are erased allowing you to enter the new time - enter the new minutes, when OK press NEXT

Follow the same procedure for changing the date!

Programming template

protemplate.bmp (147614 bytes)

Print this page, cut out the shaded areas with a utility knife and then cut around the outside box.  After you're done cutting, place the template over the top 2 rows on your 7310 or 7324 telephone.


 

Norstar Startalk - Adjust Time and Date
* Note Norstar Voice Mail R. 4 sets its time automatically from the telephone system
 

1) Press Feature 984
2) Enter the system administrator mailbox and password combination
3) Press OK
4) Press Change
5) Enter < the year, month, and day > NOTE: this is a six digit field. Any single digit month or day must be preceded by a zero. For example February 7, 1991 must be entered as 910207.
6) Press Next The display changes to show the time
7) Press CHNG The display shows Enter hhmm:
8) Enter the < the time in hours and minutes>Note: This is a 4 digit field. Any single digit hour or minute must have a zero preceeding the number. For example, 2:03 must be entered as 0203.
9) Press AM or PM
10)  To end the session press Rls
 

 

 

NEC


NEC  DS 1000 and 2000

1. Go to extension 300. (Usually the reception phone.
    Press 6 on any idle telephone and the extension number will appear in the display).
2. Press #TD (#83) for Time/Date.
3. Current time will appear in the display.
    Enter time in 24-hour clock using the following format:
    (HHMMSS) Hours (2 digits), Minutes (2 digits) and Seconds (2 digits)
4. Press HOLD
5. Current date will appear in the display.
    If the date is correct you may press HOLD then SPK to exit programming OR
    Enter date using the following format:
    (MMDDYYYY) Month (2 digits), Day (2 digits) and Year (4 digits)
6. Press HOLD then SPK.

NEC Elite/ Electra

Programming is done from first 2 station ports on system (2 lowest extension numbers)

1.    Press FNC key  

2.    Dial 9

3.    Dial #

4.    Dial current time (e.g. 03:29)

5.    Press the RECALL key to toggle AM/PM

6.    Press the HOLD key to advance to the calendar

7.    Press the RECALL key to select the day of the week

8.    Press the # key to move the cursor to the day of the month setting

9     Enter the day by using the dial pad

10.  Press the RECALL key to select the month

11.  Press the # key to move the cursor to the year setting

12.  Enter the year by using the dial pad (only the last two digits are entered)

13.  Press the FNC key

 

NOTE:  if only setting the time, press the FNC key after making the changes

 

 

NEC PROFESSIONAL LEVEL I    &   NEC PROFESSIONAL LEVEL II

Press  FNC button
Dial 9 #
Enter the hour and minute by using the dial pad
Press RECALL button to change AM / PM setting
Press HOLD button to change to calendar settings
                                    or
             Press FNC button to exit

Press RECALL to select day of week
Press # to move the cursor to day of month field
Enter day of month by using dial pad
Press RECALL button to select month
Press # to move the cursor to the year field
Enter last two digits of  year by using dial pad.
Press FNC to exit

 

NEC  Electra 824

Press FNC button
Dial 9
Dial #
Note: Use # and * to move cursor to desired item to change
Press RECALL button to change AM/PM setting
Press HOLD button for calendar setting

 

 

NEC Mark II

This is done at the Attn station


1. Press CNF then *
2. Dial hour 00-23
3. Press DSS key 20
4. Dial minute 00-59
5. Press DSS key 20
6. Dial day of month 01-31
7. Press DSS key 20
8. Dial month using line key 1-12
9. Press DSS key 20
10.Dial year
11.Press ANS

 

Panasonic


 

 

Panasonic KXTD Series

To change the Date/Time for Panasonic KXTD series, see below:

 

From a KXTD digital set, press button "Program" , enter "**1234" enter "000" at prompt USR- PGM NO.

Press the "SP-PHONE" button. An example LCD Display will be: " 01 Jan. 16 FRI"

To change the year entry, press the "TRANSFER" button to clear the current entry, and enter the new year in 2-digit format.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to proceed to the month setting.

Keep pressing the "AUTO ANSWER" button until the desired month is displayed.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to proceed to the date setting.

To change the current entry, press the "TRANSFER" button and enter the new date - number must be from 1 to 31.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to proceed to the day-of-week setting.

Keep pressing the "AUTO ANSWER" button until the desired day of the week is displayed.

Press the "AUTO DIAL" and then the "SP-PHONE" buttons to store the date settings and to proceed to the time settings. An example display will be:   Display example: "12:00 PM 24"

To change the Hour, press the "TRANSFER" button and enter the new hour - number must be from 1 to 12.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to proceed to the minute setting.

To change the current entry, press the "TRANSFER" button and enter the new minute - number must be from 1 to 59.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to proceed to the AM/PM setting, and press the "AUTO ANSWER" button for AM or PM.

Press the "FWD/DND" button to procced to the 12/24 setting, and press the "AUTO ANSWER" button for 12 or 24.

Press the "AUTO DIAL" and then the "HOLD" buttons to store the time settings.

Pick up and then replace the telephone receiver to end the programming procedure

 

Samsung


Samsung Digital phone systems... including DCS, DCS Compact, DCS 50si, DCS 400si, iDCS 500, iDCS 100, DS 616

And Samsung Voice mail systems... including SVMi-4, SVMi-8, and Cadence.

This is a multi-step process which involves entering administrator level programming and then setting the date and time.  Programming can only be done from a 12 or 24 button display telephone.

  1. With your handset on-hook, press TRSF and then dial 200. Your display then shows ENABLE CUS. PROG. PASSCODE:
  2. Dial your 4-digit pass code 1234 (which is the default pass code).  The display then shows ENABLE CUS. PROG. DISABLE.  If the pass code 1234 does not work as stated, please see Samsung DCS Notes below.
  3. Dial 1 to enable. The display now shows ENABLE CUS. PROG. ENABLE.
  4. Press TRSF and the keyset will return to its idle condition.  Once you have entered administrative level programming, you must begin programming within 30 seconds.  Any delay of more than 30 seconds between keystrokes will cause the system to automatically exit the programming mode.
  5. Next enter the new date and time as follows:
    Press TRSF and then dial 505. The display then shows the current date and time setting on your system.  The example below shows Monday, April 7, 2003, 9:30 AM.
  6. OLD: 0  04   07   03  :  09  30
    NEW:WMMDDYY:HHMM.
  7. Enter the correct date using the dial pad as follows:
    W= Day of the week (0-6; Week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday)
    MM= Month (01-12)
    DD= Day of the month (01-31)
    YY= Last two digits of the year (01)
    HH= Hour (Use 24 hour clock and enter the range of 00-23)
    MM= Minutes (00-59)
    Press TRSF to store and exit programming.  If you have entered invalid data, you will receive an INVALID ENTRY message for three seconds.  Reenter the date and time.

 

SAMSUNG-PROSTAR 816 Plus

To Enable Customer Programming

With the handset on-hook, dial '#06'. The display shows [MMC DISABLED].
Dial the passcode and '1' then dial '#'
Password 4321

At this point, the customer programming is open

Setting the Time and Date

After you have enabled customer programming, you may begin the following steps:

Dial '#55'. Display shows[YY MM DD HH MM]
Dial new information as follows:
YY = Last two digits of the year
MM = Month (01 - 12)
DD = Day of the month (01 - 31)
W = Day of the week (1 -7 day of the week begins on Monday & ends on Sunday)
HH = Hour (Use 24 hour clock)
MM = Minutes (0-59)

Dial '#' to set current time & date. The phone returns to normal use

 

Samsung Prostar 816H

This is a multi-step process which involves entering administrator programming and then setting the date and time. Programming can be done from any display telephone.

  1. Enter administrator level programming with your handset on-hook, press #04.  Your display then shows MMC DISABLED.
  2. Dial your 4-digit pass code 4321 (which is the default pass code), followed by 1#.  At this time, customer programming is enabled. If the pass code 4321 does not work as stated, please see Prostar 816H Notes.
  3. Next enter the date and time, press #55 and the display will show:
    (YY MM DD W HH MM)
  4. Enter new information as follows:
    YY= Last two digits of the year (01)
    MM= Month (01-12)
    DD= Day of the month (01-31)
    W= Day of the week (1-7; Week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday)
    HH= Hour (Use 24 hour clock and enter the range of 00-23)
    MM= Minutes (00-59)  
  5. Dial # to finish setting the date and time.  The phone now returns to normal use and all display phones have been updated to the correct date and time by this action.

 

 

SAMSUNG-PROSTAR 56/120

Before any programs can be accessed, you must first open system programming using the passcode you have been assigned. This must be done using an 824 display keyset.

While on-hook dial '#20'
Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - ENTER CODE: Display four digits passcode (1234). Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - CLOSED
Press MUTE key. Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - OPENED Press '#'. Keyset returns to idle condition.
Now press '#' and two digit program code you want to access. Follow the instructions for that program

Note: You must begin programming within 60 seconds. ONce in programming, any delay of more than 60 seconds between keystrokes will cause the system to automatically close programming.

Should it ever become necessary to correct date and time displayed on all the keysets, do so as soon as it is noticed that it is incorrect. Traffic reports and SMDR records will be of no value when the date and time are not correct.

Diplay Format:
W (Day of the week): Enter 0 for Saturday
MM (Month): Enter 01 for January and 12 for December
DD (Day of the month): Enter a number in the range of 01 - 31
YY (Year): Enter the last two digits of the year
HH (Hours): Use the 24 hour clock and enter a number in the range of 00-24
MM (Minutes):
Enter a number in the range of 00-59

Note: Failure to enter time in 24 hour clock will cause the date to change at 12:00 noon

First open customer programming

ACTION

Dial '#70' Display Shows SET CURRENT TIME YY MM/DD W HH:MM
Enter current date & time, e.g., 3:15 pm, Mon Jan 6th 1992 SET CURRENT TIME 92 01/06 1 15:15
Press '#' to store and exit If you entered invalid data, you will receive the [INVALID ENTRY] message for three seconds.
Re-enter the correct date and time. Should the information that you entered be incorrect, repeat the procedure

 

SAMSUNG-PROSTAR 1224

Before any programs can be accessed, you must first open system programming using the passcode you have been assigned. This must be done using an 824 display keyset.

While on-hook dial '#20' Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - ENTER CODE:
Display four digits passcode (1234). Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - CLOSED
Press MUTE key. Display shows OPEN SYSTEM PGM - OPENED
Press '#'. Keyset returns to idle condition.
Now press '#' and two digit program code you want to access.

Follow the instructions for that program

Note:
You must begin programming within 60 seconds. Once in programming, any delay of more than 60 seconds between keystrokes will cause the system to automatically close programming.

Should it ever become necessary to correct date and time displayed on all the keysets, do so as soon as it is noticed that it is incorrect. Traffic reports and SMDR records will be of no value when the date and time are not correct.

Diplay Format:
W (Day of the week): Enter 0 for Saturday
MM (Month): Enter 01 for January and 12 for December
DD (Day of the month): Enter a number in the range of 01 - 31
YY (Year): Enter the last two digits of the year
HH (Hours): Use the 24 hour clock and enter a number in the range of 00-24 MM (Minutes): Enter a number in the range of 00-59

Note: Failure to enter time in 24 hour clock will cause the date to change at 12:00 noon First open customer programming

ACTION

Dial '#70' Display Shows SET CURRENT TIME YY MM/DD W HH:MM
Enter current date & time, e.g., 3:15 pm, Mon Jan 6th 1992 SET CURRENT TIME 92 01/06 1 15:15
Press '#' to store and exit

If you entered invalid data, you will receive the [INVALID ENTRY] message for three seconds. Re-enter the correct date and time. Should the information that you entered be incorrect, repeat the procedure.

 

 

 

Toshiba


Toshiba Strata VI XII & XX E

From Station 10

  1. Push RDL, then SDS
  2. Dial 51 for date
  3. Dial 52 for time
  4. Dial 53 for day

Toshiba Strata DK8, DK16, DK24, DK56, DK96

  1. From main console phone (lowest extension number i.e. x100) pick up handset and dial following codes:

  2. For Date: 651 YYMMDD Redial ----(YY=year, MM=month, DD=day)

  3. For Time: 652 HHMMSS Redial ----(HH=hours in 24hr clock, MM=minutes, SS=seconds)

  4. For Day of Week: 653 X Redial ----(X=day of week 1=sunday, 2=monday....etc.)

 

Toshiba DK280

From Extension port 00 (usualy station 200)

  1. Lift Handset Dial #652
  2. Enter Correct Time HH MM SS
  3. Press Redial
  4. Replace Handset