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Operations Training for the VCS-150 Voice Conferencing Switch . Press “Enter” Key to advance slide show. Introduction to the VCS-150. What is the VCS-150 150 port voice conferencing matrix switch Provides connections of phones,cryptos,radios,speakers and recorders.

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operations training for the vcs 150 voice conferencing switch

Operations Training for the VCS-150 Voice Conferencing Switch

Press “Enter” Key to advance slide show

introduction to the vcs 150
Introduction to the VCS-150

What is the VCS-150

  • 150 port voice conferencing matrix switch
  • Provides connections of phones,cryptos,radios,speakers and recorders.
  • Allows up to 28 users in conference
  • Provides easy to use windows driven user interface for Voice conferencing functions
items to be covered
Items to be covered
  • Log on to the VCS-150 application
  • Setting up a conference
  • Conferencing rules
  • Adding members to an existing conference
  • Removing members from a conference
  • Removing a conference
  • Outages
  • Logging off the VCS-150
vcs 150 system components
VCS-150 System Components
  • Master switch unit (MSU) one per system
  • Auxiliary switch unit (ASU) up to four additional per system
  • VSM-30 VF switch module
  • PS-32 power supply
  • AIU-2VF module
  • PC for system control processor
user workstation hardware
User Workstation Hardware
  • 500 Mhz Pentium processor or greater
  • 64 MB EDO RAM or greater
  • 2.1 GB EIDE Hard Drive or greater
  • 12.1 Inch SVGA Active Matrix Color Display
  • Smart Backup Battery
  • 6X or greater Internal CD ROM
  • 56K modem
  • Windows NT/2000 Operating System
starting the vcs 150 application
Starting the VCS-150 Application

Click on the VCS-150 icon

vcs 150 main menu
VCS-150 Main Menu

Click the “Login/logout” selection

logon procedure cont
Logon Procedure Cont.
  • User ID -- Minimum of 6, max. of 24 characters.
  • Password -- Minimum of 6, max. of 24 characters.
slide12

Successful logon,Function buttons may be

shaded out depending on your security level.

system security
System Security
  • Three levels of security provided
  • You will be assigned a level by your administrator
  • Your level will provide you access to certain functions but not to others
conferencing rules
Conferencing Rules
  • No more than 28 ports in one conference
  • Only one trunk per conference
  • Phones,speakers and recorders may be added or removed at any time.
right click on one port
Right click on one port

Select the “Connect Conference” option

slide26

Recorder2 has now been added to the conference

If correct click on the “OK” button

slide28

Place the mouse pointer over the port to be removed.

In this case Recorder2. Right click, and select “

disconnect item from conference.

slide30

Handling outages

Click on the “Reporting“ button

after acknowledge if any are still active and have not been cleared
After acknowledge if any are still active and have not been cleared

For additional information double click on the outage

slide35
Place the mouse pointer over any port in the conference,right click and select “Disconnect Conference”
slide37

This concludes the Operations

portion of the training

topics to be covered
Topics to be covered
  • How to Add,Edit, and Delete port information located in the database.
  • How to Add,Edit, and Delete individual user information, used during the logon process.
  • How to Add,Edit, and Delete system resources.
administrator has access to all areas
Administrator has access to all areas

Select the ConfigureSystem option

slide42

Select the MSU or ASU of interest

In this example we will use the MSU

Click on any portion of the MSU shelf

the configuration of the msu is displayed
The configuration of the MSU is displayed

To Add a port click on one of the empty slots 9 is used here

if correct save the record
If correct save the record

Click on the “SavePort ” button

click on the record of interest
Click on the record of interest

Edit port 9, double click on it.

change this port to a speaker
Change this port to a Speaker

Change port ID to Speaker1

click on the record of interest1
Click on the record of interest

Delete port 9, double click on it.

you will be asked are you sure
You will be asked are you sure

If yes click on the Yes button

log off the application
Log off the Application

Click on the “Login/logout” selection

new record for john d
New record for John D

Save the info by clicking on the “Save user Information”

support
Support

Repair Parts and Service

Installation

Sales

MIL-SAT

318 Bank Street, POB 189

Surry VA 23883

www.mil-sat.com

(757) 294-9393

info@mil-sat.com