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10. PBX Inactivity Alarms
The PBX Inactivity Alarms allow NetLink II to provide notification in the
event of PBX failure or disconnection. If NetLink II does not receive PBX
data for a user-defined period of time, an alarm will be generated, allowing
you to investigate as quickly as possible.
NetLink II features two separate PBX Inactivity Alarms. When NetLink II
is connected to more than one PBX unit, this allows the user to define two
alarm schedules, and apply the most appropriate schedule to each PBX.
Each PBX Inactivity Alarm includes four schedules with associated timers;
two for weekdays and two for weekends, as summarized below:
PBX Inactivity Alarm 1
Weekday Alarm
♦ Weekday Schedule/Timer 1 (For Busy Periods)
♦ Weekday Schedule/Timer 2 (For Slow Periods)
Weekend Alarm
♦ Weekend Schedule/Timer 1 (For Busy Periods)
♦ Weekend Schedule/Timer 2 (For Slow Periods)
PBX Inactivity Alarm 2
Weekday Alarm
♦ Weekday Schedule/Timer 1 (For Busy Periods)
♦ Weekday Schedule/Timer 2 (For Slow Periods)
Weekend Alarm
♦ Weekend Schedule/Timer 1 (For Busy Periods)
♦ Weekend Schedule/Timer 2 (For Slow Periods)
10.1. Schedules and Timers
In order to allow NetLink II to differentiate between periods when less PBX
activity is expected (e.g., lunch hour), and periods where a lack of activity
could indicate a problem, each PBX Inactivity Alarm has two weekday
schedules and two weekend schedules.
During any business day, there are periods when one can expect a lower
level of PBX traffic. For example, the PBX may receive about one call
every five minutes for the majority of the day, and then drop to one call
every 30 minutes during lunch hour. Likewise, on weekends the number of
calls may also decline.
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