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Re: i WAS ON ONCE AND THE ATTENDANT ENDED THE SESSION IN...
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Yes. The Vertex VX2100 is a VHF radio which can be programmed to frequencies between 134-174 MHz. You would need to program in the frequencies you are wanting to scan as receive only (no transmit) into the 8 channels of the radio. You would need to acquire the frequencies you need, as well as programming equipment, or take the radio to a dealer for programming.
Call voicemail by pressing the Intercom button then dialing 777, when it answers login by dialing 99# followed by the password(default is 1234#) then press 9 for system features menu. Press 3 to choose Automated Attendant, the system prompts for the Auto Attendant number(1-4), start with Auto Attendant 1,if you do not know which one is being used by pressing 1. Press 2 to choose Night Menu, press 6 to change the Night Menu prompt. Lift the handset, press 1 to record your new Night Menu prompt using the handset, press 1 at the end of your recording. To listen to the new recording press 23, to immediately re-record press 21, to save the recording press *#. Press # to save all programming changes and activate new recording. Press *7 to return to system features menu or hang up to end programming session.
Changing the Auto Attendant prompt should be done when you are able to do a test call on each line to verify that you have changed the correct prompt(in your case after hours or by putting the system in After Hours mode manually to ensure the After Hours prompt is active) for each line being answered by the Auto Attendant. By default all lines are assigned to Auto Attendant 1, if your system has been modified to use a different Auto Attendant for some or all lines, you will need to repeat the above procedure for the Auto Attendant being used. If at any time you get lost or confused while in the voicemail programming, hang up and start over. Once you get comfortable with navigating the voicemail programming, it gets easier. If you have trouble send a comment, I will try to help.
By programming. If the Auto Attendant is the DISA card, you can tell it to listen for the FAX tone and transfer it to the fax extension, or, you can program the 3rd number to ring only the fax extension and no others. Both require programming in the system cabinet.
The time can be set through system admin programming at an extension that has been allowed this ability, usually the attendant phone. To access system admin programming press <program> **1234(1234 is the default password). Once in programming dial 000 for time/date. Use the LCD navigation keys or the jog dial to scroll through the date to get to the time, after setting the time press <enter> to save the new time then lift handset to end programming session.
The extension names can be changed in admin programming from a predesignated programming phone. Typically this phone is the attendant phone as in ext 100 or ext 101.This phone needs to have an LCD screen.
1) Press <program>
2) Dial **1234(1234 is the default admin password)
3) Dial 004 for Ext name programming
4) Press <enter>
5) Dial extension number that you want to change name of as in 102
6) Enter name (20 characters or less )
7) Press <enter> to store
8) Press <end> or lift handset and return to cradle to end programming session
The 370 is a straightforward scanner and fairly simple to set up, and you should be able to program it yourself with no problems.
Your first step is to make a list of the frequencies that you want to program. Your scanner has the capacity to hold up to 300 frequencies, so you should probably write out a list or type it up in your computer. There's an area in the scanner operating manual for listing your frequencies, but it doesn't have space for you to list the users. You can find a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area by visiting:
Once you have your list, 1. Power the scanner ON. 2. Press the E/PGM key to enter the programming mode. 3. If the displayed channel is not the one you want to program, enter the desired channel number and then press HOLD. 4. Enter the desired frequency - including the decimal point. 5. Press E/PGM to enter your data into the scanner's memory. 6. To program the next channel, press the UP or DOWN arrow key, and then start again with step 4 above. 7. To exit the programming mode, press the HOLD and SCAN keys.
The scanner operating manual contains more detailed programming instructions, along with information on how to use features like SEARCH, Weather Alerts, and Band Search. If you don't already have a copy of the manual, you can download and print it here:
If you run into any problems while programming, just let us know.
The BC72XLT is a fairly simple unit to program, but you will first need to know what frequencies to put into it. You can find active frequencies for your area by visiting RadioReference.com or CityFreq.com. Below is a link to the manual for your scanner. It will walk you through the programming steps.
Your scanner covers conventional frequencies as well as a variety of trunking systems. Programming steps can be detailed, and they vary according to the system being worked, so it's not practical to attempt a full programming tutorial in this short response. Your best bet is to review the operating manual for the scanner, and then follow the steps for the system(s) that you want to program. If you run into a specific problem, let us know and we'll do our best to work through it with you.
You are pressing the "scan" button in the upper left hand position and getting all channels locked out? Correct? If
you haven't programmed any frequencies the channels will stay locked
out. Get your local frequencies by doing a search for police scanner
frequencies. Once you have gotten the information for your area press
the "PGM" button on the lower right hand side of the key pad. Input
your 1st frequency ###.#### then press "ENTER". Press "PGM"key again
and enter your 2nd frequency then "ENTER" again. Repeat as often as you
wish to enter more frequencies. When you are done, (you can stop
any time) press the "SCAN" button in the upper left hand position and
you are in business. You are supposed to be able to choose which memory
position you wish to use but I haven't tried to figure that one out. If you need the manual for the radio go to radioshack site and do a search for PRO95 and it will come up in PDF format. Hope
this helps. I have owned the pro 95 for maybe 6 or 7 years and after
doing a little programming yesterday the thing is much more to my
liking. It scanns quicker and scans the channels I wish to listen to.