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Tadiran Coral Common Commands

What are common or frequently used commands on Tadiran Coral PABXs? by disturbedone
Posted: 19 May 08

Here's a list of common/frequently used commands on Tadiran Coral (FlexiCom & IPx) PABXs. As the structure of the PI (Programming Interface) has several ways to access it I will write each command in several ways. The different ways are:
(the example below is to display all features on a specific xtn)

* DAA (Direct Access Abbreviation)
FEAT <cr>
0 <cr>
1 <cr>
xxx <cr>
xxx <cr>
<cr>

* From the ROOT menu using menu structure
0 <cr>
4 <cr>
0 <cr>
1 <cr>
xxx <cr>
xxx <cr>
<cr>

* In a single string (using DAA from anywhere)
FEAT,0,1,xxx,xxx,,

Depending in your knowledge and skill level you can choose to use either option. For beginners it's best to use the DAA but then enter each command at a time. Once you know the system and what prompts to expect then you can use the single string option as it's very quick. I will list the single string way as it takes up a lot less space - for beginners just take out each part and press enter after each so you can see what's what.

Remember, there's no substitute for a proper training course and the manual! smile


** Display xtn name/Display physical location (EN/TN)
PLIS,1,1,xxxx,xxxx, <cr>

DIAL_NUM

    DIAL#  TYPE          SHELF/SLOT/CKT PORT_DB# VERS   SHORT & FULL NAMES

    4000   24SDT              1/ 3/ 13    ---    3.089  John :John_Smith


** Display all cards <cr>
CLIS,1,,,,,

CARDS LIST

 shelf#/slot#  p_type      i_type    card_db#   vers/subver  status

     0 / 1     uCMC/24     24SDT    ---        32    32      ACTIVE
     0 / 2     PUGW        UGW      ---        9     14      ACTIVE
     0 / 3     4VS         4VS      ---        50    54      ACTIVE
     .
     .
     .
     15 /18     NO_CARD     NO_CARD  ---        ---   ---     ------


** Display the entire numbering plan
NPL,0,1 <cr>

FROM DIAL#     TO DIAL#       TYPE     INDEX#/SHELF,SLOT,CKT/NODE#/index,ckt

      17700         17700     FEATURE           87
      17701         17714     FEATURE           221
      17715         17719     FEATURE           237
        .
        .
        .
          0             0     ROUTING_ACC       0


** Display all features on an xtn
FEAT,0,1,xxxx,xxxx, <cr>

   4000
------------
CF_BUSY        DEST =      699
CF_NO_ANS      DEST =      699
PRIVACY        ASSIG


** Display Toll barring tables
TOLL,1 <cr>

ELEMENT#  1
-----------
 PTRNS  - 0,1,2,3,4,5,6
 TYPE   - PASS
 TK_GRPS/ROUTING_ACC  - 0
 FROM DIAL # - 000
 TO   DIAL # - 000

ELEMENT#  2
-----------
 PTRNS  - 2,3,4,5,6
 TYPE   - BLOCK
 TK_GRPS/ROUTING_ACC  - 0
 FROM DIAL # - 19
 TO   DIAL # - 19
etc, etc,


** Display all Keyset settings
KEY,1,xxxx,xxxx, <cr>

DIAL# -     4000
prm_cos-     5      sec_cos-   5        priv_libs-   30      terminal-     N
origin-      N      block-     N        o/g_tk_rest-  N      privacy-   etc, etc, etc,


** Display all SLT settings
SLT,1,xxxx,xxxx, <cr>

DIAL# -    4900
prm_cos-      0   sec_cos-         0    priv_libs-  10      terminal-    N
origin-       N   block-           N    o/g_tk_rest- N      privacy-     Y   etc, etc, etc,


** Display DDI/DID/indial configuration (there are other ways of configuring this but this is common)
ROOT,0,0,7,0,1 <cr>

                   OFFSET FILTER# -  0
                   -------------------
FROM RECEIVED#     TO RECEIVED#     CORAL#
   87654000          87654999          4000


** Find someone's pickup group
PICK,1,,,xxx <cr>

this will display the pickup group that has this xtn as a member (can only be in one)


** Find someone's hunt group(s)
HUNT,1,,,xxx <cr>


this will display all hunt groups that has this xtn as a member


** Find someone's boss group(s)
BOSS,1,,,xxx <cr>

this will display all boss groups that has this xtn as a member


** Display all trunk groups
TGDEF ,1,,, <cr>


** Monitor the busy status of an xtn/trunk (real time)
BUSY,xxxx,xxxx <cr>

  BUSY_PORT
      4000 -

** Display the software version of the system
CTRL[T]

CCS: systemname   20-MAY-2008 09:57
Terminal No.: 0,  Password level: 2
Software Version:  15.84.19
SYSTEM HDC  IPx   MEX-IP2  GC Version:  8. 4   FPGA Version:  6


** Change system name/passwords
ROOT,0,0,3 <cr>


** Backup system to disk/flash
ROOT,0,10,2 <cr>
then depending on system type choose disk or flash and following prompts


** Restart system
ROOT,0,0,0,2,0 <cr>
then <cr> until you get the following prompt
UPDATE *warning* system init (Y/N)?
and type Y and <cr>

That's about all I can think of at the moment. Obviously there's a lot more but these are common commands. You'll notice that most of these commands are to display things - you'll spot that entering 1 is to Display and 0 is to Update so just substitute 1 for 0 if you want to change anything.

One last thing - from anywhere type HELP <cr> and it will display all DAA options. Any of these can be type from anywhere in the PI.

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