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Re: D1232 Panasonic - Removing Long distance restriction
Changing the Class of Service COS of that extension to "1" will allow it to dial anything.
In a TD system, that is a 2-step process, because you have to find where the extenion jack is located in the system.
Go into programming and dial 003. If you press the SP PHONE button, it will step you through all the ports in the system and give you extension numbers. To start 01-1 will be 101 01-2 201 02-1 102 etc. Since you're in a motel, it should be renumbered to match the rooms and if you started with 100 or eliminated 113 your whole plan may be different.
Once you find the jack number for your station, press the HOLD button and dial 601 SP PHONE and the 2 digit jack number from above. You will be looking at your extension COS. Dial 1 STORE and it will turn off that extension's toll restrictions.
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An expansion card is 8 ports. It's possible that the 6 phones are on the same card and that there is trouble on one of the data pairs. Try to determine if the phones are grouped together by extension as in 117-124 or 125-132 and start disconnecting them at the phone system.
You'll probably find a bad jack, water, or a different phone plugged into one of the 8 ports that is causing the trouble.
I can get you there, but you have to do some programming.
A Panasonic TD-1232 starts its life with 16 analog and 16 digital ports. On the back of your digital phone is a modular jack called an XDP If you plug in a single line device and dial 390 from the digital set, and it's programmed, you will split the extensions to whatever your number is and 100 more than your number (by default). So, if you're 110, the XDP analog port is 210.
Once you get that far, it's a (fairly) simple matter to go into programming and make 10-2 (the second port for your hardware) ring on any and all lines you choose.
I hope this is a good start, as full programming is beyond the scope of a free forum.
do you know the extension of the phone?
If not goto the phone, press FEATURE *0 and the intercom button, this will tell you the DN of the phone...
Ok, now get into the system programming,
-> TERMINALS&SETS and enter type in the extension of the set
-> hit next till you find RESTRICTIONS and enter
-> then you will find SET RESTRNS enter
-> FILTERS enter
-> typically filter 1 is restrict everything but local calling and internal calling (to find out ~ go back to RESTRN FILTERS and look at the programming) and change all the settings: NORMAL to 1/ AFTERNOON to 1/ NIGHT to 1 etc. to 1
This is how I would restrict a phone that I do not want calling long distance that is in an unsupervised area.
If it says D1232 on the box, it's a TD-1232. Look at the black and silver tag on the side of the KSU, IIRC the TD-1232's tag is on the lower right outside above the power cord. Three is a TA-1232 a TD-1232, and a 123210/11. Only the TD is digital (uses 72xx/74xx phones).
As far as SYSTEM phones, the TA/TD 1232 come out of the box as 8x16 devices and you add cards to expand it. These cards have -70 part numbers and are fairly difficult to find. (I think I have one or two on my shelf). If you really have a 123211, it also expands by using cards, that fit vertically in the card file with an AMP connector plugged into its face. Those are easier to find, the risk there is when you turn off the system to install them, it sometimes forgets to power back up.
Lastly, if you really have a TD with digital phones, there is an ANALOG port on the back of each digital phone that can be wired for seperate extensions (by default it's 100 more than the digital extension). You can add single line devices in those ports.(Some restrictions apply :-). For two quick phones, you might go that route.
The 7730 doesn't do anything. The cabinet the phone is plugged into does. It can be one of about 18 models that Panasonic makes and it has programming rules under TRS (toll restriction). For example, in some models, if you change your extension COS (Class of Service) to 7, it can't dial long distance. In others, you have only 5 COS and you have to build all tables..
In the simplest case, you need to find a programming manual for the particular system and review the section on TRS. In that, you will start by putting 00 in a class from 2-5 and then change the COS of the extension to match. There are other rules like Allow in COS 2 will allow all Allow codes entered in TRS 2-5, but that's for another day.
If you find a model of the cabinet, I can get you pointed in the right direction. I will not build your tables :-)
Even though the hardware doesn't exist, the numbers do. The universe of 101-164 and 201-264 are already taken. Oops, 200 might be available, 100 might be available. 167 and 168 and the 80's might work.
It's a 3 step process. Change 210 to 200 change 225 to 210 and change 200 to 225. There's your "swap".
Now, keep in mind that the XDP port for 110 is 210 and if your voice mail is analog.....Ah, but that's another thread.
Without looking up details on versions, I think you may have an early D1232. Look at the plate on lower edge/front and see if there is a number in a circle. If there is no version number, the serial number will tell when the system was made.