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Start by cutting off about a 12 inch piece of 1 pair cross connect wire or some other type of phone wire.  The length isn’t really important, just give yourself enough to work with.

Next you will need an RJ45 crimp on plug and a RJ45 crimping tool.

The pin-out for a T1 loop back is pin 1 to pin 4 and pin 2 to pin 5.  Take one side of your wire and insert it into pin 1 on the RJ45 plug. Bend that name wire over and insert the other end into pin 4.  Now take the second pair of you wire and insert one end into pin 2.  Bend this wire over and insert the other end into pin 5.  Give this plug a good crimp with your RJ45 crimping tool.

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NEC Aspire Highlights

Published on February 25, 2008 by in NEC Aspire

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Usability

  • Built-In Headset Jack
  • Call Coverage Keys
  • Caller ID Logging
  • Contrast Control
  • Last Number Redial List (10)
  • One Touch Feature Operation
  • Tilt Display

Flexibility

  • Adjustable Height
  • Telephone
  • Flexible Numbering Plan
  • Universal Card Slots
  • Virtual Extension Keys

Versatility

  • Analog Trunks and Stations
  • Colored Face Mats
  • Digital Trunks and Stations
  • DID Trunks
  • E&M Trunks
  • IP Trunks and Stations
  • i-Series Telephone Support
  • T1/PRI Trunks
  • TAPI Compatible

Scalability

  • Application Processors
  • Distributed Processing
  • IP Keysets
  • IP Trunks
  • Software Upgrades
  • Universal Line/Station Card Slots

Adaptability

  • In-switch Aspire Mail Cards
  • Media Gateway
  • Switching Hub
  • Wall, Floor, 19” Rack Mountable Cabinet
  • TDM and/or IP

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NEC Aspire Headset Use

Published on February 13, 2008 by in NEC Aspire

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The headset should be plugged into the Headset jack on the NEC Aspirephone.  You will need a headset function button on the phone as well (If you don’t know how to program a headset button contact your phone system administrator). 

  • To place a call press the headset button and then a line button (or dial 9) then dial your number
  • To place an intercom call press the headset button and then press the hotline key (or dial the extension).
  • To transfer a call while using the headset press the hotline button for the extension you want to transfer the call to then press the headset button.  If you don’t have a hotline button you can press the HOLD button and then dial the extension number for that person followed by the headset button.
  • To release a call while on the headset press the headset button on your aspirephone.

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Brief Aspire Webpro Demo

Published on February 13, 2008 by in NEC Aspire

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This is a short demonstration of the NEC aspire Webpro, a nice application for NEC Aspire telephone systems that let you change your station name, forwarding, password and button mapping (among other things).  In order to use Webpro you have to have a LAN card in the telephone system and the phone system needs to be connected to your network.  Your NEC system also needs to  be a certain software version as well (I don’t remember it off the top of my head).  If your in the Central Florida / Orlando region and are interested in more information about the NEC Aspire Webpro please contact us and we will be more than happy to talk with you.

Flash Demo

NEC Phone models: 22B HF/Display Aspirephone (IP1NA-12TXH TEL), 34B HF/Display Aspirephone (IP1NA-22TXH TEL),  34B HF/Super Display Aspirephone (IP1NA-22TXH TEL),

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Changing the time on a NEC Aspire

Published on December 4, 2007 by in NEC Aspire

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To set the time for your Aspire system:

  1. From the System Administrator’s telephone (normally extension 301), press CALL1 and dial 828.
  2. Dial two digits for the hour (24 hour)
    For example, 13=1:00 PM.
  3. Dial two digits for the minutes.
    You hear confirmation beeps.
  4. Press SPK to hang up.

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