Sayson Codes

Sayson/Aasttra PT390/480 ADSI Codes

From The Asterisk-User's list:

The following is taken from the Sayson/Aastra 390/480 ADSI Programming Guide

Sayson 390/480 ADSI phones Asterisk Developer Information/FAQs

Slot 1

FDN: 0.0.0.F
SECURITY: 9B.DB.F7.AC

Slot 2

FDN: 85.EF.D9.DA
SECURITY: 78.92.1D.49

Slot 3

FDN: 7B.C6.45.0C
SECURITY: 9B.60.94.30

Slot 4

FDN: FE.2E.A5.D1
SECURITY: 79.A9.0C.F0


Explanation of the Slots in Services

Slot 1


This is the only slot that should contain programming in order for a script
to be active during regular phone activities. The programming in this slot
is triggered when the phone detects call activity, for example, when the
phone rings or is placed off-hook.

Slot 2


This is the Self Launching slot for these phones and is triggered when the
phone has had no call activity for a certain amount of time. On all 390 and
older 480 phones this, amount of time is 6-7 seconds. On new 480 phones,
this amount of time is almost immediate. The programming downloaded into
this slot can be identical to slot 1, or it can be completely different,
such as for advertising purposes.

Slots 3 and 4


The only way these can be activated is by pressing the "Services" button on
your phone and scrolling down and selecting a slot. Slots 3 and 4 cannot be
activated this way while the phone is active, for example, when on a call.

Note: Whenever the "goodbye" button is pressed or if the phone placed
on-hook, the phone will exit the programming and go back to it's default
screen until the programming is triggered again.

Note: I got my PT390s from Cylogistics and these codes work great. I configured
the voicemail app to go into Slot3 and put asterisk.adsi into both Slots1 and 2. The Script for 2 can probably be trimmed
down, as it's just for auto launch. --jjhuff

Aug 19/05
by Robertm1771

I bought my 480e from VOIP supply. It was loaded with the aastra SL script in slot 4 that is locked (:frown:)

This is how I got mine to work thanks to some old info from the Asterisk mail list.

Change your voicemail.conf to make the voicemail adsi script load into slot 3 with codes from above. (Need CVS Head for this) Or edit app_voicemail.c

Then edit asterisk.adsi and change the codes to the following

FDN: 01.00.00.06
SECURITY: 01.00.00.06

Make a programming extension

exten => 8990,1,ADSIProg(asterisk.adsi)

reload then dial the extension and accept the download.

This will load the asterisk.adsi script into slot 4. This made my on hook and off hook screen correct with asterisk.
Seems Slots one and two can be empty.





Sayson 390/480 ADSI phones Asterisk Developer Information/FAQs


The Asterisk is not receiving my ADSI scripts.“ADSI Unavailable on CPE. Not bothering to try.�
Error message.
Each channel that a phone is on needs to be enabled for ADSI. To do this, add the line “adsi=yes� to the
“zapata.conf � file.

What is the difference between ADSI type 1 and ADSI type 2?
The main difference is that in ADSI type 2 there are approximately 62 unique softkeys and 62 unique display
lines of text, where as in ADSI type 1 there are only approximately 32 unique softkeys and 32 unique
display lines of text. 390 and 480 phones adhere to ADSI type 2 (which is inclusive of ADSI type 1). The
older and discontinued phone, the 350, only adhered to ADSI type 1.

How can I restore 390 & 480 phones to their factory state?

Factory Reset for 390 phones:
Please note that this procedure will also erase all entries in the caller's log, the redial list, and the
directory.
1. Press the "Options" button, scroll down to option 2 Time/Date and press the "Show" softkey.

2. Change the Time and Date to Jan 1 12:00am, press the "Done" softkey twice.

3. Press the "Options" button again to get back into the options menu.

4. Press the "Mute" button you should see something that resembles the following:
FW 99.99
CPE 999A99A9
XX XX

5. Then press the "#" button on the dial pad. If the reset is successful you will see a "Please wait..."
message and then the following:
In English
- Français -
- Español -
- Done -

6. Press the "Done" softkey to continue in English.


Factory Reset for 480 phones:
Please note that this procedure will also erase all entries in the caller's log, the redial list, and the
directory.
1. Press the "Options" button, scroll down to option 2 Time/Date and press the "Show" softkey.

2. Change the Time and Date to Jan 1 12:00am, press the "Done" softkey twice.

3. Press the "Options" button again to get back into the options menu.

4. Press the "Hold" button and then the number "9" and you should see something that resembles the
following:
FW 99-99-XXXX
CPE 999A99A9
XX XX

5. Then press the "#" button on the dial pad. If the reset is successful you will see a "Please wait..." message
and then the following:
In English
- Français -
- Español -
- Done -

6. Press the "Done" softkey to continue in English.



Sayson/Aasttra PT390/480 ADSI Codes

From The Asterisk-User's list:

The following is taken from the Sayson/Aastra 390/480 ADSI Programming Guide

Sayson 390/480 ADSI phones Asterisk Developer Information/FAQs

Slot 1

FDN: 0.0.0.F
SECURITY: 9B.DB.F7.AC

Slot 2

FDN: 85.EF.D9.DA
SECURITY: 78.92.1D.49

Slot 3

FDN: 7B.C6.45.0C
SECURITY: 9B.60.94.30

Slot 4

FDN: FE.2E.A5.D1
SECURITY: 79.A9.0C.F0


Explanation of the Slots in Services

Slot 1


This is the only slot that should contain programming in order for a script
to be active during regular phone activities. The programming in this slot
is triggered when the phone detects call activity, for example, when the
phone rings or is placed off-hook.

Slot 2


This is the Self Launching slot for these phones and is triggered when the
phone has had no call activity for a certain amount of time. On all 390 and
older 480 phones this, amount of time is 6-7 seconds. On new 480 phones,
this amount of time is almost immediate. The programming downloaded into
this slot can be identical to slot 1, or it can be completely different,
such as for advertising purposes.

Slots 3 and 4


The only way these can be activated is by pressing the "Services" button on
your phone and scrolling down and selecting a slot. Slots 3 and 4 cannot be
activated this way while the phone is active, for example, when on a call.

Note: Whenever the "goodbye" button is pressed or if the phone placed
on-hook, the phone will exit the programming and go back to it's default
screen until the programming is triggered again.

Note: I got my PT390s from Cylogistics and these codes work great. I configured
the voicemail app to go into Slot3 and put asterisk.adsi into both Slots1 and 2. The Script for 2 can probably be trimmed
down, as it's just for auto launch. --jjhuff

Aug 19/05
by Robertm1771

I bought my 480e from VOIP supply. It was loaded with the aastra SL script in slot 4 that is locked (:frown:)

This is how I got mine to work thanks to some old info from the Asterisk mail list.

Change your voicemail.conf to make the voicemail adsi script load into slot 3 with codes from above. (Need CVS Head for this) Or edit app_voicemail.c

Then edit asterisk.adsi and change the codes to the following

FDN: 01.00.00.06
SECURITY: 01.00.00.06

Make a programming extension

exten => 8990,1,ADSIProg(asterisk.adsi)

reload then dial the extension and accept the download.

This will load the asterisk.adsi script into slot 4. This made my on hook and off hook screen correct with asterisk.
Seems Slots one and two can be empty.





Sayson 390/480 ADSI phones Asterisk Developer Information/FAQs


The Asterisk is not receiving my ADSI scripts.“ADSI Unavailable on CPE. Not bothering to try.�
Error message.
Each channel that a phone is on needs to be enabled for ADSI. To do this, add the line “adsi=yes� to the
“zapata.conf � file.

What is the difference between ADSI type 1 and ADSI type 2?
The main difference is that in ADSI type 2 there are approximately 62 unique softkeys and 62 unique display
lines of text, where as in ADSI type 1 there are only approximately 32 unique softkeys and 32 unique
display lines of text. 390 and 480 phones adhere to ADSI type 2 (which is inclusive of ADSI type 1). The
older and discontinued phone, the 350, only adhered to ADSI type 1.

How can I restore 390 & 480 phones to their factory state?

Factory Reset for 390 phones:
Please note that this procedure will also erase all entries in the caller's log, the redial list, and the
directory.
1. Press the "Options" button, scroll down to option 2 Time/Date and press the "Show" softkey.

2. Change the Time and Date to Jan 1 12:00am, press the "Done" softkey twice.

3. Press the "Options" button again to get back into the options menu.

4. Press the "Mute" button you should see something that resembles the following:
FW 99.99
CPE 999A99A9
XX XX

5. Then press the "#" button on the dial pad. If the reset is successful you will see a "Please wait..."
message and then the following:
In English
- Français -
- Español -
- Done -

6. Press the "Done" softkey to continue in English.


Factory Reset for 480 phones:
Please note that this procedure will also erase all entries in the caller's log, the redial list, and the
directory.
1. Press the "Options" button, scroll down to option 2 Time/Date and press the "Show" softkey.

2. Change the Time and Date to Jan 1 12:00am, press the "Done" softkey twice.

3. Press the "Options" button again to get back into the options menu.

4. Press the "Hold" button and then the number "9" and you should see something that resembles the
following:
FW 99-99-XXXX
CPE 999A99A9
XX XX

5. Then press the "#" button on the dial pad. If the reset is successful you will see a "Please wait..." message
and then the following:
In English
- Français -
- Español -
- Done -

6. Press the "Done" softkey to continue in English.



Created by: jjhuff, Last modification: Thu 04 of Nov, 2010 (06:27 UTC) by admin
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