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General System Programming
Factory Reset a 2000 IPS CPU
  1. Set Rotary Switch 3 to position 2.
  2. Press reset button on CPU (Off Line Mode no call processing)
  3. Connect your computetr's serial port to you PBX processor's RS0 port
  4. Using MATWorX go into MOC mode.
  5. Connect to PBX
  6. Execute Command 00 FD 1 SD CCC .
  7. Red light on CPU flashes fast.
  8. OK appears on the screen.
  9. NOTE: If there are, or likely to be IP stations you need to customise the Switch for this. Virtual PIMs are required for IP stations. (1 Virtual PIM allows 64 IP stations )There is a trade off between IP and TDM stations as seen in the manual. The command 00 can be used to achieve the correct number. see examples shown below.
  10. Execute Command 00 FD 11 SD CCC ( To create 7 virtual and one physical PIMs)
  11. Or Command 00 FD 12 SD CCC ( To create 6 virtual and two physical PIMs )
  12. Or Command 00 FD 13 SD CCC ( To create 5 virtual and 3 physical PIMs )
  13. Or Command 00 FD 14 SD CCC(To create 4 virtual and 4 Physical PIMS.
  14. Set Rotary Switch 3 to position 0.
  15. Press reset button on CPU.



Are your DTERM IP Calls Too Quiet?

In circumstances where low, distorted or generally poor transmission levels with IP to TDM are encountered then the following commands are to be added to the basic Easy Install script.

Make sure a database backup (OFD) is taken before any changes are made to system programming.


CMD 3519>TRUNK ROUTE>0 (Changes PAD control to programmable PAD0)

CMD 42>50>00 (Changes PAD Data to Europe)

CMD 42>47>26 (Changes dB level to +2dB)

CMD 42>48>21 (Changes dB level to -4dB)

CMD 42>68>07 (Side Tone Level) All IP devices must be programmed to specific Location Groups and assigned a PAD dB level in

CMD 6702 (As shown in the example below).




  • Location Group 01 = IP-PAD (CMD 0A09>LAN interface No> 01)
  • Location Group 02 = IP DTERM (CMD 1239>Station number >02)
  • Location Group 03 = IP DECT (CMD 1239>Station number >03)



CMD 6702>0201>0002 (TTRR – TT=Default RR= +4dB)

CMD 6702>0202>0002 (TTRR – TT=Default RR= +4dB)

CMD 6702>0203>0002 (TTRR – TT=Default RR= +4dB)

CMD 6702>0302>NONE (TTRR – TT=Default RR= Default)

CMD 6702>0102>NONE (TTRR – TT=Default RR= Default)


NOTE: These changes require system initialisation Make sure a backup to ROM is taken before a system reset done.

Adding Licenses Post R10 Firmware

This guide decribes the procedure for upgrading the new style NEC licenses on an NEC 2000 IPS or Philips Sopho IPS. This was written in the UK, where the licence model changed upon the release of the R10 processor. In other countries this may be different. The older style used KeyFD - floppy disks which were written with the serial of the NEC CPU when applied to a the processor, meaning they can only ever be re-applied to the original processor. This was replaced, as I've said with a new method where the licences either came in a ZIP file, or on floppy disk.

This first step in the procedure will guide you through the relevant steps to import your new licences onto the CPU. The file that will be delivered may be sent to you by email, or may come on floppy disk. If you're using the licence install program which comes with MATWorX R10, then the IVS2_opt.exe files must be loaded into the root of the floppy drive . If you manage to get MATWorX R11+ then you can simply navigate the program to the directories on your computer which contains the licence files. You will also have received a text file with what licenses will be added. An example below indicates that the file will add an 8 IP port license and a 4 port SP30 license.


STOCK_NO:960052150497 960052150641 960052150680

To display the licenses in the CPU using the MOC in MatWorX, type the following command:




This will display the first license. Press return to display each license in turn as below. Note: in this example below, there are no SP30 or IP Port licenses.



Applying The Licences

1. Run the program ‘IPS Registration wizard’. This can be found under program files / MatWorx (dependant on which version of MatWorx you are using) IPS Registration Wizard. 2. Begin the IPS Registration Wizard and when you reach the installation/Activation screen below, select install software.



3. After you press the Next button, the Keykeeper load screen will appear as below. Please insert your License disks. Once the disk has been loaded it should look like the picture below. (note this image is from MATWorX V10, so it doesn't offer you to browse to a folder on your machine).



4. The next screen will have a start button on it to load the option disks please press the start button.


5. Once the option disks are loaded press the next button and a screen will appear that will ask if you want to activate now or later. Please select activate later and check the box as below:



6. After clicking next the wizard will ask you for a location and name to save the device activation profile. Once the folder has been chosen, press the Create button. This will create you a file in your chosen location called ‘Name ( the name you called this file ).dpf’.


7. Once the file is created, click next. You will be asked to finish the Wizard . This is the first step completed. You have loaded new MP software and loaded Keykeeper disks and created a profile that can be authenticated with an NEC server via an analogue modem.


Creating an activation profile

1. Run the program IPS Registration. This can be found under program files MatWorx IPS Registration Wizard.


2. Begin the IPS Registration wizard and when you reach the installation/Activation screen below, select Activate Software as below:



3. Click the next button and this will take you to a screen that ask ‘s if you would like permanent activation or Temporary activation. Please select permanent activation. If there are no PSTN lines available on site, temporary activation will activate the processor for 5 day’s .You need to activate the processor permanently before this 5-day period expires.


4. After you select permanent activation the next 2 screens will ask you to fill in customer and engineer details. The fields denoted by an asterisk are mandatory but we recommend you fill in all the fields . Please see the examples below:




5. After filling in the details, click the next button a screen will appear with 3 options please select “Register from device profile” then press the next button.


6. The next screen will confirm the modem on your laptop/PC and the number that needs to be dialed.


7. After selecting next a screen will appear that will ask you for the location of you’re your .dpf file you created earlier. It will also ask you for a name and location for the Activation profile file (.apf). This is the file that is created by the registration server in Holland and needs to be registered in the CPU.


8. Once you have entered the names and locations above you have to press the Activate button and this will then dial our registration server in Holland. When finished, the wizard will display a screen that will say tha t the device was successfully activated and create you a file that will look like this


9. Once completed press the next button and finish the wizard. You have now successfully created a activation profile to register on the CPU.


Activating CPU from a profile.


1. Please follow steps 1 – 4 in creating an activation profile. The site info will already be completed when you run it this time. N.B. you have to have the port on the CPU set at 9600 and there must be NO password enabled on the system. 2. After completing above a screen will appear with 3 options will appear please select “Activate device from Activation profile file (.apf)” then press the next button.



3. After clicking next a screen will appear that will ask for the location of the Activation profile file.


4. Once you have found the location of the file, please press the Activate button. Once the system has been activated a screen will appear saying that it has been successfully activated.


5. After pressing the next button the following screen will appear reminding you to reset the CPU.



6. Click next to finish the Wizard. You should then connect via MatWorx and check if the licenses have been registered as below.



You have now successfully upgraded your licenses on the CPU and will now have and additional 8 x IP ports and 4 x SP30 licenses.

LEN / Port Programming on the 2000 IPS

Note: This guide assumes you know how to input commands into MOC.

MOC mode is a command line interface to the phone system. It is made up of a few simple keyboard commands:

  • / = Start
  • Space = Enter
  • . = Execute
  • Enter = scroll forward
  • F3 = scroll back

Command 14 allows you to listup anything that resides on possible programmed LENs (or wirable ports on the phone system). The programming is defined as follows: Command > 14 First Data: XXYYY XX is the module number. Main Site PIMS 0 & 1 = Module 00, PIMS 2 & 3 = Module 01, PIMS 4 & 5 = Module 02 and PIMS 6 & 7 = Module 03 Remote Sites are generally known as Module 33 for Remote Site 01 and Module 44 for Remote Site 02. Second Data: Z-ZZZZZZ This data will be what is programmed on the port. A number such as 100 will generally be an analogue station. A number prefixed with an F is a digital station. A number prefixed with a D is a trunk (such as ISDN2 or Analogue Trunk), and a number prefixed with a DD is an IP-TDM conversion channel.

Change the Call Line Outbound Presentation (CLOP) on a 2000 IPS

We use several commands to control what CLOP is sent out by any given extension, be it analogue, Digital, IP or Virtual. There are 4 widely used parts to this command.

The use of this command relies on the network ‘allowing’ the PBX to predetermine what CLI is sent out on each call. Generally this is a feature you have to have enabled with the circuit provider and they will only let you send out numbers proven to belong to your company.

The attachment of a CLI to an extension is formed of two parts – the first part of the string and the second part of the string.


The first part is held within a table of up to 15 different variations (CM>1325/5005).

The second part is attached directly to the extension using CM>1212.


CM>1325 – Permits or Denies the sending of CLI to the network CM>5005 – Builds a table of up to 15 different National area codes CM> 1212 – Attaches the last 4 digits of the CLI to an extension CM>1213 – Attaches the rest of the digits as determined in CM>5005 to the extension.

Below we break down examples of each command:

CM> 1325: 1001 = 1

This means that extension 1001 is permitted to send out a CLI to the network as it’s own “CLOP”. If the Second Data had been a Zero then the extension will be denied sending a CLOP (circuit vendor permitting).


CM> 5005: 01 = 0190833

This means that we have within table number 01, the first part of a number which is 0190833. You can have different types of number in table number 00-14. The last four digits are assigned directly to the extensions in the final command...


The following two commands are made up of the Command, followed by the Extension, followed by the type of number to be sent:

CM> 1212: 1001 = 1001

This means that extension 1001 is going to attach the digits “1001” to the CLI string it sends out to the network when making an outside call.

CM> 1213: 1001 = 01

This means that extension 1001 will use whatever number has been configured within table 01, using CM>5005 as the first part of the string.

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