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if your pbx has a built in disa feature, then you need to program the DIL (sys. pgm. # 418) to DISA-OGM 1. Then you need to record an OGM (program 9,1,1) to tell you customers that they can dial the ext.# directly.
The 170 card is an 8-port DHLC and it's pinned exactly like the old 123211 and the TD series systems where the first 2 pairs are the voice and data for a Panasonic Analog phone or a single line set on the first pair, and the 3rd pair is unused in the TDA. There are 8 3-pair sets in the cable and the 25th pair is nothing. Here's a link to an installation manual http://public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/TDA/100_TDA_IM_07-04.pdf The instructions start on page 139.
The 25-pair Amphenol connector is just something the industry uses because it's standard and easy. In a TDA system, the 8-port C.O. Trunk card uses the first 8 pairs, a 16-port the first 16 pairs, an 8-port Pana station card uses the first 24 pairs, 3 pairs per extension. The last pars don't have any hardware behind it and are connected to nothing.
The only phone system that I remember where all 25 pairs are used is a 1a2 10 button set and, maybe a Comdial system where the 25th pair is the common audible for station 17 :-)
i have a problem in panasonic pbx TDA 620 which tells all extensions are buzy when hhave been called and the stat of the card nothing neither red nor green solve this problem for me please thanks as always for your help
This is a PBX system, correct? If so, the fastest way would be through the PBX control computer. If you have a Panasonic TAW series PBX, I really like the AbleComm websites, search for your model PBX there.