Question about Toshiba Lands Phones
I have a DK424 with about 15 phones mostly DKT2010-SD and they are all configured through port 005 in programming mode but there are a couple of DKT3210R-SD phones that are not taking the programming, I have recently configured a flash button via program mode on port 005 program 39 and assigning all ports 000*015, led 6 ,499 but the 3210's are the only phones it did not accept the programming. Is there something else i have to do or should i target those ports individually.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For the DTU phone on an NEC Elite system:
Memory Block 4-12
put in the port number and the Lkey of the extension you want to make a headset key.
Programmin on a 16button phone, Lkey 11 needs to be lit and will display H SET to verify.
For the DTP phone, it is generally on an NEC 2000, which is entirely different.
Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: Toshiba DKT2010-SD Phone
You have to do this from the "primary" extension - "Port 00" - usually extension 200. I've done it every few months, as our clock drifts.
1) Leave the handset on-hook.
2) Press the INT (intercom) or primary DN extension button and press # then dial 652.
3) Dial in the time in 24-hour clock format HHMMSS. Enter a leading 0 for single digits.
4) Press the REDIAL button to save the settings. Confirmation tone should be provided.
5) Press SPKR.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
What do you want to program? to get rid of blinking light press intercom and dial #409 to program display name type Intercom #620 and #621
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: DKT 3010 SD programming mode?
If the phone is on any Toshiba DK system, enter programming mode my pressing the following sequence (without selecting an intercom line, or an outside line, but at the phone's idle state with the handset down)
On a CIX or CTX System, again, at the phone's idle state w/ handset down dial *#*#1*2*3*
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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