Question about NEC Lands Phones
We have 8 NEC Dterm Series i phones in our office. I'm in the process of trying to set up the speed dial keys however I am having problems doing so. I've tried several different instructions to no success and believe it has something to do with the 'Feature' key. Trying to follow any instructions that requires the 'Feature' key doesn't seem to work. On pressing the 'Feature' key the red light comes on, however when pressing any other key the red light disappears. Is this normal? Are there solutions? How do you set up the speed dial keys? Thank you in advance for any help.
Feature, Redial, press button to program, dial 1, dial the extension number, Feature to write and exit. ONLY IF the buttons are programmed as feature buttons, they may be just dead buttons, useless until they are assigned in system programming as feature buttons.
Posted on Jul 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thankfully I have found a solution that has worked.
A 'winking' (flashing) feature button indicates the station is in call forward - all calls mode.
To cancel this setting do the following
Lift the handset or press speaker
Dial the access code 4 + 2 (set as default)
Receive confirmation tone and restore handset or press speaker
I have found the manual at the following link to be the best resrouce ever - very easy to understand
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
SOURCE: Programming feature access keys
These Keys may be set as line keys instead of feature access or not tagged as "feature access" in the programming, also you can only have so many feature access keys... 8 comes to mind but I could be wrong, some features can be programmed permanently onto a button in the main programming so you can free up some more feature access (user programable) buttons.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
This works on the series E phones. It may or may not work on the series II.
Example to enter the name “Pat” press:
77 HOLD 22 TRANSFER HOLD 88 TRANSFER HOLD
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
This phone works on different NEC phone systems.Elite,IPK, 2000, 2400. Each speed dial code is different in each system. what system do you have
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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