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Changes or corrections to the information contained in this document may be incorporated into future reissues. Following our tradition of excellent quality and high reliability, the ADM is designed to provide you with the latest in telecommunications technology Figure 1. Data Features Asynchronous full-duplex operation at data rates from bits per second bps to Circuit switched data communication over 56 or 64 Kbps facilities via industry standard V.

An Important Note to All Users Throughout this manual, we ask you to speak to your “system administrator. Getting Started — Explains how to set some data options from the keypad and how to make a data call. Local Mode In local mode, commands typed at the data terminal keyboard are read, interpreted, and acted upon by the ADM to make and end data calls as well as to modify data option values. There are two varieties of local mode: The ADM is in local-idle mode whenever no data call has been initiated.

The data mode option setting must correspond to the capabilities administered on your ISDN telephone line. Contact your System Administrator for information on the proper setting of this option. For more detailed information on data mode, refer to the Mode option in the “Data Option Definitions” If you are viewing the options, press options.

Press to quit once you have viewed the options. When viewing the options, the currently active values are displayed. If you are changing options, press desired value is displayed, press without making a change. When changing the options, the values displayed are the power- up values. You hear a rising two-tone confirmation.

Select your desired Local Mode setting. Press for Enhanced AT. After you have made your last selection, the ISDN set stores manaul activates your selections, and automatically exits the program mode. For example, type dial Strict adherence to this format mwnual necessary. For example, typing dialtwo spaces, and the string results in the second space being transmitted as the first character in the dialed string. Turn on your data terminal or PC.

If you are using a PC, make certain your communications software is configured properly at the speed and parity you want to use. To execute a command, type the command, then press execute a command. If you make an error while typing, use hold down the key labeled CTRL When you type helpthe system displays the following screen: Type END to end a data call in progress. You need only type the “unique” part of the name See Table For example, dial becomes d, and continue becomes con.

You can abbreviate option names in the same way. Programming Telephone Numbers for Memory Dialing You can program up to nine telephone numbers for memory dialing of data calls and assign them customized names for easy access. Up to 30 digits can be entered. These numbers are labeled m1 through m9. Options associated with a memory dialing number include the telephone number, user selectable name, data profile, and X.


Memory Dialing The ADM dials the number and loads any data profile that was stored with the telephone number. For example, use the following command to dial a number stored at memory location 1: If you need to use AT Local Mode, you should have selected the “AT” option when you first set the data options from your keypad. If there is a data call active, the system responds: In most cases, the values defined for the S-registers listed in Table are acceptable.

However, if the values are not acceptable, use the information below to change the values. To view the value of a particular S-register, type ats n?

Data Options and Profiles The ADM stores data options configuration information to tell it how to communicate with the far end.

The options, listed in Tableare explained in this chapter. Data Option Definitions The following descriptions assume single-stream operation which is the case when API is not being used. Note that the examples used in this section assume the use of CMD mode. Failure to complete this sequence within 5 seconds may result in improper speed setting.

Select on if your host computer or other data endpoint does not echo characters. Select the character that best meets your needs. If you do not have a and press. This is the case for a person typing.

If characters are received more closely spaced in time than as described above, characters are assembled into packets.

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This may be the case of a computer answering a data base query or transferring a file. For a copy of this manual, Documentcall the Customer Information Center at All Use this option to change the speed at which data communications take place.

To set this option from an asynchronous attached terminal, do the following: This option determines which method is used to control the flow of data from your data terminal to the ADM. The ADM sends an xon character with current parity to your data terminal when it is ready to receive data.

Data Option Profiles This section describes the available data options profiles and how to create and use your own profiles. Types of Data Option Profiles A data option profile is a group of option settings. You create a profile by selecting values for each option.

Table summarizes the information that is described in detail in the following sections. Type option name or Q to quit: Type new value or Q to quit Values in pA are not automatically stored. Unless you only want to temporarily change options, it is important to save any changes by copying pA to one of the stored profiles.

In the event of a power failure, pA values are overwritten by values in p1. To store pA, at the CMD: Replacing One Stored Profile With Another To replace one stored profile with another, type copy replacement profile to replaced profile. In all of the above command procedures, the word “to” is optional. Examples of the command without “to” Typical Data Option Settings for Data Transfer This section describes the options you may need to modify for three common types of data transfer.

For these data modes, you may or may not be able to successfully transfer files at speeds as high as Worksheet — Option Profile Settings Complete the following worksheet to record your desired option profile settings for p1, p2 p3, and p4.


You can perform three tests on your ADM: Taken together, these three tests help you to isolate data communications problems. Local Loopback Test The purpose of the local loopback test is to ensure that there are no data transmission errors in the local part of the data transfer circuit between the data terminal and the ADM.

The remote loopback test ensures that no problems with data transmission are occurring in the data transfer circuit. When you initiate a remote loopback test, data is transmitted from the data terminal, through your ADM and the network to the data module at the far-end, where it is looped back to your ADM.

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Self-Test The self-test can be used to reset the data options in the Active profile. This section describes the assignments of the EIAD leads. In the data mode, data transmitted to the data terminal consists of one start bit, eight information bits, and one stop bit. The parity of data received from the network is transported to the data terminal without alteration, except if requested manal do so by X.

The local mode commands provide the functions analogous to those specified in X. 642d4 ADM supports receipt of X. Messages on the Voice Terminal or the Attached Data Terminal Displays 642d section describes various messages that may appear on your or display or your attached data terminal. At this point, additional digits may be required to complete the call. Note, there may be other similar conditions which will cause a lock-up as well.

Unlike the Data ZAP, which resets the options to their avays default values, the self-test resets all the data options in the Active profile to their power-up P1 values and loads the power-up values for the profile independent data options speed, parity, and local mode and the unstored data options local.

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These tables are used to translate between numeric codes and their English text equivalents. In the following tables, there are references to unknown numeric cause and diagnostic codes in the form of xxx and nnn.

ENDED RESET 0,0 or ,0 0,0 or ,0 0,nnn or ,nnn 0,nnn or ,nnn 1,0 or ,0 1,72 or ,72 j or ,nnn 3,0 or ,0 3,65 or ,65 3,66 or ,66 3,nnn or ,nnn 5,0 or ,0 7,0 orA standard set of escape sequences, established by ANSI the American National Standards Instituteused by many display terminal devices to transmit or receive display control functions, such as cursor movement and color or graphics configuration parameters.

Also called communications parameters. See also asynchronous data communications and data metering. Examples of DTE devices are a display terminal, a PC running appropriate data communications software, or a printer or plotter.

Avayya ground ABSignal messages, A-3 Simultaneous voice and data communications, Single-stream,Speed, data option, S-Registers, Stored profile activating, replacing, Stored profiles p1 through p4, Storing an active profile pA, Suspending data transmission, System Administrator, System dependencies,