Chapter 1

Originate an Outside Call Account Code
Originate an Internal Call Forced Account Code
Trunk Line Appearance Authorization Code
Originate a Call Using Speed  Dialing (One-Touch Buttons) Originate a Call Using Speed  Dialing (Idividual/Group)

4-9-1TO ORIGINATE AN OUTSIDE CALL

  • Lift handset or press Speaker key, receive dial tone.
  • Dial the Central Office access code, e.g. 9.
  • Dial desired telephone number.
  • Use handset or MIC to converse. Display indicates:

TO ORIGINATE AN INTERNAL CALL

  • Lift handset or press Speaker key.
  • Receive dial tone.
  • Dial desired station number.
  • Display indicates digits dialed.
  • Use handset or MIC to converse.

TRUNK LINE APPEARANCE

To originate:

  • Press the TRUNK LINE APPEARANCE feature key.
  • Lift handset or press Speaker, receive Central Office or distant PBX dial tone.
  • Dial the destination.

To Answer:

  • Press the TRUNK LINE APPEARANCE feature key (ringing and flashing LED alert user to incoming call.)
  • Lift handset or press Speaker.
  • Speak with incoming party.

4-10-1TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING SPEED CALLING
(ONE-TOUCH BUTTONS)

  • Press desired Speed Call button, or press Speaker and Speed Call.

To program:
(Available only on Dterm stations with speed calling keys.)

  • Press Feature button.
  • Press desired Speed Call button.
  • Enter desired telephone number or feature code on the keypad. Display indicates digits dialed.
  • Press Feature again to save the number.

To verify:

  • Press Feature button.
  • Press desired Speed Dial button.
  • Display indicates digits programmed.

NOTE 1: To program a hook switch for transfer or feature activation, press Recall key as first digit (! displays on LCD).

NOTE 2: To program a pause, press Recall key as any digit
other than the first digit (­ displays on LCD).

NOTE 3: To program a Voice Call, press Transfer key after
dialing station number (V displays on LCD).

NOTE 4: Speed calling for feature access: Speed call keys may
be used as feature keys by storing the NEAX2400 feature access codes. The features may be programmed on a system basis by
the PBX engineer.

Access codes may be stored in conjunction with telephone numbers. For example, one button can be programmed by the user to transfer to a certain extension.

4-11-1TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING SPEED CALLING (INDIVIDUAL/GROUP)

  • Press the Redial button.NEC027illus
  • Press the desired speed calling number.

ACCOUNT CODE

To Enter:

  • Lift handset or press Speaker, receive dial tone.
  • Enter feature access code, receive service set tone.
  • Enter Account Code (up to 10 digits).
  • Receive dial tone and dial desired number.

To Enter Account Code After Authorization Code:

  • Lift Handset or press Speaker, receive dial tone.
  • Enter feature access code for Authorization Code, receive
  • service set tone.
  • Enter Authorization Code, receive second service set tone.
  • Enter Account Code, receive dial tone, and dial desired
  • number.

NOTE: Authorization and Account Codes may be up to 20
digits combined

FORCED ACCOUNT CODE

  • Lift handset or press Speaker, receive dial tone.
  • Enter feature access code, receive service set tone.
  • Enter Forced Account Code (up to 10 digits), receive dial tone.

AUTHORIZATION CODE

To Enter Without Account Code:

  • Lift handset or press Speaker, receive dial tone.
  • Enter feature access code, receive service set tone.
  • Enter Authorization Code (up to 10 digits).
  • Receive dial tone, dial desired number.

­ Or ­

  • Lift handset, receive dial tone.
  • Dial desired number.
  • If an Authorization Code is required, caller hears special dial tone.
  • Enter Authorization Code, or call will be denied.

NOTE: This option is available only if system is programmed with Least Cost Routing.

To enter with account code (see above)

Service set tone is optional depending upon system programming.

NOTE: If a 16- or 24-button display terminal is used, the display indicates all of the digits dialed.