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Benefits of Toshiba’s IPedge VoIP Telephone Systems for Businesses

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Communication technologies have been revolutionized with new tools and gadgets being introduced every day. It is indeed a very interesting period where we are getting an opportunity to use these gadgets that are literally redefining the concept of communication. The consumer markets as well as businesses across the world are being positively affected by the advanced mode of communication. More and more businesses are choosing the latest communication tools and gadgets to improve their business communication and productivity. IP Communications are the recent addition to the market and entrepreneurs simply love the way it has eased business communication process. (more…)

How to Change Time on a Toshiba Phone System

Friday, July 22nd, 2011
Toshiba Strata DK Telephone System
Changing the time on a Strata DK system must be done from the “main” or primary phone. It is usually extension # 10, or # 200.
1.- With the phone on-hook, dial intercom, #, 652 (depending on the system type, the # may or may not apply)
2.- Enter the correct time using HH/MM/SS, like 07:24:00
3.- Press redial
TOSHIBA 16
Leave the handset on hook, press intercom 6 5 2, then enter the time of a 24 hour clock, entering 2 digits for the hour, 2 digits for the minutes, and 2 digits for the seconds – enter a leading 0 for any single digit entered, press Redial, press Speaker. This must be done at extension 10 – usually the receptionist phone. For example, if the time is 2:15 P.M., press intercom 6 5 2, 1 4 1 5 0 0, Redial Speaker. .
TOSHIBA 16E / 40
Leave the handset on hook, press intercom # 6 5 2, then enter the time of a 24 hour clock, entering 2 digits for the hour, 2 digits for the minutes, and 2 digits for the seconds – enter a leading 0 for any single digit entered, press Redial, press Speaker. This must be done at extension 10 – usually the receptionist phone. For example, if the time is 2:15 P.M., press intercom # 6 5 2, 1 4 1 5 0 0, Redial Speaker.
TOSHIBA 280 / 424
Leave the handset on hook, press intercom # 6 5 2, then enter the time of a 24 hour clock, entering 2 digits for the hour, 2 digits for the minutes, and 2 digits for the seconds – enter a leading 0 for any single digit entered, press Redial, press Speaker.
This must be done at extension 200 – usually the receptionist phone. For example, if the time is 2:15 P.M., press intercom # 6 5 2, 1 4 1 5 0 0, Redial Speaker.
TOSHIBA CTX 100
Do Not Pick Up Handset (Must be done at display phone)
– Press Hold Button * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 *
– Display says Password =
– Enter 0 0 0 0
– Press HOLD Button
– Display says Prog =
– Enter 9 0 2
– Press HOLD
– Display says Select Param
To change Date:
– Press Intercom Button
– Enter Date: YY MM DD (YY=02, MM=10, DD=28)
– Press HOLD Button
– Press HOLD
– Lift Handset and return to cradle
To change Time:
– Press Line 1 button (button directly above intercom button)
– Enter Time: HH MM SS (HH=22 MM=03 SS=00) – military time must be used
– Press HOLD
– Press HOLD
– Lift handset and return to cradle
Toshiba DK280
Date
From receptionist station, without lifting the handset, press “Intercom”
Dial “#651”
Dial the time in YY:MM:DD format.
Press “Redial” or “#”.
Press speaker.
Time
From receptionist station, without lifting the handset, press “Intercom”
Dial “#652”
Dial the time in military format HH:MM:SS.
Press “Redial” or “#”.
Press speaker.
Day of the Week
From receptionist station, without lifting the handset, press “Intercom”
Dial “#653”
Dial the day of the week (1-7).
Press “Redial” or “#”.
Press speaker.
Toshiba Perception System – from attendant station
Follow all steps even if you wish to change only the time on your system.
Display Date:
Press the “DIS TOD” key.
The date is now displayed as follows:
SRC     cos DEST
Month Day Year
Set Date:
Enter the date on the dial pad in MMDDYY format. The new date is displayed.
Display Time:
Press the “DIS TOD” key again.
The time is now displayed as follows:
SRC       cos       DEST
Hours Minutes Seconds
Set Time:
Enter the time in military time HHMMSS format (for example, 090105 for 9:01 am and 5 seconds and 210105 for 9:01pm and 5 seconds). The new time is displayed.
To Start the Clock and Clear Display:
Press the “DIS TOD” key a third time.

Toshiba Phones CTX/CIX Keycode Generation information

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Toshiba CIX phone systems increase their functionality using generated key code license upgrades. In order to have these license codes generated, a vendor must submit the following information about the CIX system:

1. What type of System it is – example: CIX40, CIX100, CIX 670, or CIX1200

2. The serial number of the System Processor – This is an 8 digit Alphanumeric beginning with the letter “T”

3. The Software Revision of the CIX that is resident on the system Processor.

4. The MAC address of the processor.

All of this information is easily accessible by your Emanager software, though the location differs depending on weather you are using the Emanager or Network Emanager.

To find the necessary information if you are using Emanager version 5.10 or below, you will find the software revision on the very first page that you see when you connect to the CIX. This will be a Gray screen that has the heading “About Emanager” at the top. This gives both the revision of the Emanager program that you are using (not needed for licensing), and the Software revision of the CIX (needed for licensing).

The rest of the internal information can be found under Advanced configuration / Utilities / Operations / MAC address. you will see headings for both MAC address and Serial number here.

The Easiest way to determine the system type is of course to go look at the cabinet and processor, though you can look in the Advanced configuration / Utilities / Licensing / License info and there is a heading for “System Type”.

Toshiba CIX Phone System & Emanager Programming

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

In order to Connect to a Toshiba CIX Phone System for programming purposes using Emanager, there are a few pre-programming steps that are necessary.

  1. Remove cover panel(s) from Toshiba CIX.
  2. Mount the  CIX onto backboard
  3. Locate and connect ports and connection points for, Ethernet, MOH, lines, and stations.
  4. Connect Ethernet patch cable to integrated NIC. Cable should be straight if coming from a hub, crossover if straight to laptop or network card.
  5. Connect lines and stations.
  6. Power up the unit.
  7. Reinstall cover panels to the unit chassis.

At least one Toshiba display phone is needed in order to configure IP settings for programming using the Emanager.

  1. On the display telephone, enter programming with command [hold] *#*#1*2*3*  password defaults as 0000. go to program 916
  2. Three buttons will light up. These are locations for IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway. Using the speaker key, you must change the IP address to one that is within your network range (or change your range to be compatible with the CIX)
  3. Find a comfortable location to work that has network capability.
  4. Install CTX Emanager onto your workstation.
  5. Make sure your default web browser is Internet Explorer, and that the pop up blocker is disabled.
  6. Double click on the Emanager Icon on your desktop.
  7. the default user name is “administrator”, and its password is available in your documentation.
  8. Open “Emanager Profile”, and click on “Equipment editor”
  9. Create a profile for your system IP address and Community (The default community name is “communityName” (case sensitive) and IP address is whatever you changed it to within your network range.)
  10. Under “Emanager Profile” click on “Classes Setup”
  11. Move the profile from the right “Not Assigned” to the left “Assigned” column.
  12. Open “Select Equipment” and choose your profile.
  13. Click on the connect button, when the system connects Start Programming!