3.2 Table of Parameters

All programmable parameters are listed in this section. Each parameter is accompanied with the unit used, function number (if available) for programming via a telephone line, description of EasyGate's behavior, setting options, setting step and default (initialization) value.

Numeric parameters must be set in unit listed in the parameter description. For parameters with different setting are values defined in the parameters description (for phone line programming in parenthesis). When phone line programming is used, character  can't be included in the string, because it is dedicated for confirmation of the new parameter value.

Telephone interface FXS parameters

Dialing parameters

Type of dialing (Function No.: 100)

Select the dialing type to be received by EasyGate on the FXS interface. 2N® EasyGate accepts only the selected type of dialing, ignoring the others.

Setting options:

DTMF (0) – EasyGate receives tone dialing only.

Pulse (1) – EasyGate receives pulse dialing only

Default setting: DTMF

 

Time to dial [s] (Function No.: 101) 

Timeout during which EasyGate waits for further digits to be dialed. It starts to establish connection when this timeout passes.

Setting options: 1–255 s

Setting step: 1 s

Default setting: 5 s

 

Minimal On Hook [ms] (Function No.: 102)

The minimum line current break that EasyGate evaluates as hang-up.

Setting options: 100–25500 ms

Setting step: 100 ms

Default setting: 500 ms

DTMF during call (Function No.: 107)

When DTMF is transmitted in voice channel of GSM network problem with quality can occur, because the GSM compression can damage the signal. You can set digital transmission mode, than SmartGate mutes original DTMF signal from telephone line, and instead of this transmits digital DTMF in signaling channel. This function can't solve problems, when Easy Gate receives DTMF, it influences sending direction only and it is active only when Easy Gate originates the call.

Setting options: Analogue – DTMF transmission trough voice channel without change (0)

     Digital – DTMF is muted in voice channel and is transmitted digitally (1)

Default setting: Analogue

 

Beep after dialing end (Function No.: 103)

Select a beep to signal the end of dialing (beginning of outgoing call establishing).

Setting options: YES (1) / NO (0)

Default setting: YES

 

Signaling

Line reversal indication for call in progress (Function No.: 110)

Select call in progress signaling by telephone line polarity reversal on FXS interface. There is voltage of reversed polarity on the telephone line during the whole call.

Setting options: YES (1) / NO (0)

Default setting: NO

 

Tariff pulse when call starts/ends (Function No.: 111)

Signaling of call start or end by tariff pulse.

Setting options:

None (0) – EasyGate doesn't send tariff pulse as signaling of callstart/end.

Call end (1) – EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call ends.

Call start (2) – EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call starts.

Call start and end (3) – EasyGate sends tariff pulse when call starts and ends too.

Default setting: None

Tariff pulse frequency (Function No.: 112)

Tariff pulse frequency setting.

Setting options:      

16 kHz (0) – EasyGate transmits 16 kHz tariff pulses

12 kHz (1) – EasyGate transmits 12 kHz tariff pulses

Default setting: 16 kHz


Tone settings

Dial tone – Double frequency tone[Hz] (Function No.: –)

Parameter can be set for all three types of tone (Dial tone, Busy tone,Ringbacktone). This parameter is intended for switching between single tone and double tone setting. When the parameter is set, the second frequency of appropriate tone must be set too. When this parameter isn't set, the second frequency is automatically set to the same value, which results in single tone generation. This parameter can't be set using phone line programming. When the phone line programming is used for frequency change, both tones must be set (for single frequency to the same value).

Setting options: YES/NO

Default setting: NO

 

Dial tone – frequency 1 [Hz] (Function No.: 120)

Setting of frequency 1 of dial tone. This tone is generated after Off-Hook in case EasyGate is ready to accept dialing.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 HzD

efault setting: 425 Hz

 

Dial tone – frequency 2[Hz] (Function No.: 121)

Setting of frequency 2 of dial tone.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 Hz

Default setting: 425 Hz

 

Dial tone – cadence (Function No.: 122)

Dial tone cadence setting.

Setting options:

Continuous (0) – EasyGate generate continuous dial tone

Morse A (1) – EasyGate generate dial tone with 330/330/660/660 ms timing

Default setting: Continuous

 

Busy tone – frequency 1 [Hz] (Function No.: 123)

Setting of frequency 1 of busy tone.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 Hz

Default setting: 425 Hz

 

Busy tone – frequency 2 [Hz] (Function No.: 124)

Setting of frequency 2 of busy tone.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 Hz

Default setting: 425 Hz

 

Busy tone – cadence (Function No.: 125)

Busy tone cadence setting.

Setting options:

330/330 ms (0) – cadence 330 ms tone, 330 ms pause

200/200 ms (1)  cadence 200 ms tone, 200 ms pause

250/250 ms (2)  cadence 250 ms tone, 250 ms pause

375/375 ms (3)  cadence 375 ms tone, 375 ms pause

500/500 ms (4)  cadence 500 ms tone, 500 ms pause

Default setting: 330/330 ms

 

Ring back tone – frequency 1 [Hz] (Function No.: 126)

Setting of frequency 1 of ringback tone. This tone is send after dialing end, before GSM network starts to generate its own Ringback tone.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 Hz

Default setting: 425 Hz

 

Ringback tone – frequency 2 [Hz] (Function No.: 127)

Setting of frequency 2 of ringback tone.

Setting options: 1–3400 Hz

Setting step: 1 Hz

Default setting: 425 Hz

 

Ringback tone – cadence (Function No.: 128)

Ringback tone cadence setting.

Setting options:

OFF (0) – not generated, only network tone

1000/4000 ms (1) – cadence 1 s tone, 4 s pause

400/200/400/2000 ms (2) – cadence 2x400 ms tone, 2 s pause

1500/3500 ms (3) – cadence 1,5 s tone, 3,5 s pause

2000/4000 ms (4) – cadence 2 s tone, 4 s pause

Default setting: OFF

 

Tone after disconnection (Function No.: 129)

If the remote subscriber hangs up first, the EasyGate subscriber can hear the tone selected here.

Setting options:

Busy (0) – EasyGate transmits the busy tone upon call end.

Permanent (1) – EasyGate transmits the permanent tone upon call end.

Default setting: Busy tone

 

Volumes

Transmission volume (Function No.: 190)

Volume setting for GSM transmission with a 4 dB step.

Setting options: 1–5

Setting step: 1

Default setting: 3 = medium volume level

 

Reception volume (Function No.: 191)

Volume setting for GSM reception with a 4 dB step.

Setting options: 1–5

Setting step: 1

Default setting: 3 = medium volume level

Ringing signal settings

Ringing signal – frequency [Hz] (Function No.: 140)

Ringing signal frequency setting.

Setting options: 25 / 50 Hz-EasyGate rings with 50 or 25 Hz on FXS interface

Default setting: 50 Hz

 

Ringing signal – cadence (Function No.: 141)

Ringing signal cadency setting.

Setting options:

1000/4000 ms (0) – 1 s ring, 4 s pause

400/200/400/2000 ms (1) – 400ms ring, 200ms pause,

400ms ring, 2s pause1500/3500 ms (2) – 1,5 s ring, 3,5 s pause

2000/4000 ms (3) – 2 s ring, 4 s pause

Default setting: 1000/4000 ms


Ringing signal – cadence for data/fax (Function No.: 142)

Ringing signal cadency setting for incoming data of fax call.

The same setting as parameter 141.


CLI transmitting (Function No.: 148)

Set this item to enable/disable identification of a telephone line calling from a GSM network. The function can be enabled if you have a device on your telephone line that is capable of receiving FSK according to ETSI standards.

Setting options: Disable (0) – EasyGate does not transmit the CLI.

FSK during ringing (1) – EasyGate transmits the FSK-based CLI according to the ETSI EN 300 659 standard (transmission during ringing).

Default setting: Disable

 

Replace character + in CLI by (Function No.: 149)

If this parameter is filled, the + character in the international prefix of CLI is replaced by the defined string. The + character can neither be transmitted by the FSK protocol nor dialed by the DTMF from a terminal.

Setting options: 0–4 characters (0–9, *, #)

Default setting: blank

Automatic call

BabyCall number (Function No.: 180)

A number to be dialed for the automatic call function. If this item is blank, the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0–15 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting: blank

 

BabyCall timeout [s] (Function No.: 181)

Time between line Off-Hook and automatic call beginning (if enabled). During this timeout EasyGate waits for dialing that cancels the automatic call. You can make standard call if the BabyCall function is enabled.

Setting options: 0–15 s

Setting step: 1 s

Default setting: 0 s

FXS Routing Parameters

All parameters related to the number dialed for an outgoing call are arranged in this table. According to the prefix you can:

  • Bar the number to be dialed - the calling subscriber hears the busy tone;
  • Accelerate connection establishing by knowing the number length for the given prefix;
  • Accelerate connection establishing by allowing to terminate dialing with a #;
  • Modify the number to be dialed by removing and/or adding digits.
  • Set tariff metering for the given prefix.
  • Set time limit for call


Every table line includes a prefix (of variable length) plus parameters that define EasyGate's behavior in case the beginning of the dialed number matches this prefix. The table can contain up to 120 different prefixes.

There may be exceptions to the rule - a number may start with the same digits but has to be served in a different way. Any table line that starts with the same prefix followed by one or more digits is considered an exception of the line with shorter prefix.

Remember to complete the "Other numbers" line for a number whose prefix is not included in the table. 

An example in the figure below shows how to bar all international calls with the exception of calls to Slovakia including dialing acceleration by selecting the number length parameter and tariff setting (5 impulses after call connect and then one impulse every 10 seconds). All other calls are enabled and their tariff is one impulse every 30 second.

Routing table

Operator for Integra (Function No.: 405)

In some GSM networks you can add to dialed number # character and PBX subscriber number. Subscriber number is displayed on other side together with CLI. This parameter take place when dialed number doesn't contain # character.

Setting options: 0–8 characters (0–9)

Default setting: blank

Caution!

  • Configuration using phone line programming (DTMF) is applicable for line 'Other prefixes' only.

Prefix (Function No.: –)

A prefix identifying the call type (GSM, trunk call, free call, etc.). "Other numbers" line is used for calls with prefixes that are not included in the table.
       Setting options: 0–14 characters (0–9, *, #)

Default setting: blank

 

Call enable (Function No.: 391)

This parameter allows/bars calls with prefixes included on the same line.

Setting options: YES/NO

Default setting: YES

 

Number length (Function No.: 393)

The parameter defines the expected length of a number with a prefix included on the same line. This enables to start dialing into a GSM network immediately after the last digit is dialed. If the telephone number to be dialed is shorter, a timeout is respected. The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0, 3–15

Setting step: 1

Default setting: 0

 

End with # (Function No.: 394)

This parameter enables to establish the call when a # is received. The # character is removed from the dialed number. If a # should be part of the dialed number, this function cannot be used for the given prefix.

Setting options: YES (1) / NO (0)

Default setting: NO

 

Remove (Function No.: 395)

The Remove parameter is used for automatic call routing. A defined count of digits (prefix) is removed from the number beginning.

Setting options: 0–20

Setting step: 1

Default setting: 0

 

Add (Function No.: 396)

The Add parameter is used for automatic call routing. A defined string (prefix) is added to the beginning of the number to be dialed.

Setting options: 0–8 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting: blank

 

Extra tariff (Function No.: 397)

Pseudo tariff metering setting (tariff is based on call duration). The Extra tariff parameter defines transmitting of fixed quantity of tariff pulses after call start. This parameter sets minimal call cost.

Setting options: 0–255

Setting step: 1

Default setting: 0

Tariff [s] (Function No.: 398)

Pseudo tariff metering setting (tariff is based on call duration). The Tariff parameter sets the call cost according to call duration. Set how often in seconds do you want to transmit pulses. Smaller number means more expansive call. Zero means not to transmit pulses according to call duration.

Setting options: 0–255 s

Setting step: 1 s

Default setting: 0 s

 

Time limit [min] (Function No.: 399)

After time elapsing is call connection terminated immediately. You can hear beep 30s before end of call. 10s before end you can hear beep every second. The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0-255 min

Setting step: 1 min

Default setting: 0 (disabled)

 

Bank No (Function No.: –)

Special function – with FW 1.5x and 3.5x only. Don't use this parameter and the menu 'Free minutes bank', with detailed setting of free minutes banks, for standard Easy Gate.

GSM routing parameters

Incoming calls from GSM contain the CLI. According to received CLI Easy Gate can do following:

  • Reject the call;
  • Use function CallBack – automatic call to the GSM subscriber;
  • Automatic dial in. EasyGate dials preprogrammed PBX subscriber number (for example switchboard operator) to be connected with calling GSM subscriber.


FXS line Off-Hook to DISA timeout [ms] (Function No.: 500)

Timeout between FXS line Off-Hook and automatic dial in according to parameter "Dial in" in the table.

Setting options: 100–25500 ms

Setting step: 100 ms

Default setting: 2000 ms

Max. ring time for CallBack (Function No.: 502)

Parameter sets up a behaviour for CallBack function. You've got 2 options how to use a Callback on the FXS port:

Simple CallBack – set up for 0. During an incoming call the FXS port gives a ringing. When the FXS port is off-hooked an incoming call from GSM is rejected and after 10s the gateway calls back the GSM number. During those 10s the caller must hang up to be ready for answering the callback call. On the FXS port a melody is played.

Advanced Callback – set up for 1–255. During an incoming call the FXS port gives a ringing. If the caller wants to use a callback functionality he/she must hang up before the parameter Max. ring time for Callback runs out. The gateway then calls back immediately. If the call is answered on the analog side earlier the called party hears the melody. If the call is answered on the GSM side first then the calling party number hears the melody. If the caller doesn't want to use the Callback he just doesn't hang up and the call is handled as a standard incoming call.

Setting options: 0–255 s

Setting step: 1 s

Default setting: 5 s

 

FAX from GSM route to (Function No.: 509)

Incoming FAX call from GSM network you can route to telephone line FXS, or to serial line (PCFax). Parameter takes place only on models with FAX converter, on other models FAX calls are routed always to serial line.

Setting options:

-FXS line – Incoming FAX call is routed to FAX machine on FXS line.

-COM – Incoming FAX call is routed to serial line

Default setting: FXS line

 

DATA from GSM route to (Function No.: 508)

Incoming DATA call from GSM network you can route to telephone line FXS, or to serial line. Parameter takes place only on models with FAX/DATA converter, on other models DATA calls are routed always to serial line.

Setting options:

-FXS line – Incoming DATA call is routed to modem on FXS line

-COM – Incoming DATA call is routed to COM

Default setting: FXS line 

Caution

  • Configuration using phone line programming (DTMF) is applicable for line 'Other prefixes' only.

CLI – calling number (Function No.: –)

Fill in CLI, to route the call according to parameter on the same table line. It is possible to fill in only prefix for group of CLI's. If parameter "Substring" = 0, you must fill prefix as you see it on display of your mobile phone - It means inclusive of + and international prefix if they are included. If parameter "Substring" > 0, 2N® SmartGate UMTS searches filled prefix as substring of the received CLI, but max. to position given by "Substring" parameter. Positions are counted from zero. See examples in "Substring" parameter hint.

Setting options: 0–16 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting: blank

 

Substring (Function No.: –)

Parameter is used to make filling CLI prefix easier. If parameter "Substring" > 0, EasyGate searches filled prefix as substring of the received CLI, but max. to position given by "Substring" parameter. Positions are counted from zero.

for example received CLI +420603198222 corresponds with settings:

CLI – calling number Substring
+420603198222 any setting
+420603  any setting
+420  any setting
603198222  4 or more
603  4 or more

Setting options: 0–15

Step: 1

Default setting: 0

Route to (Function No.: 591)

It is possible to route incoming GSM call to FXS interface or reject it. When the call is routed to FXS port you can use the CallBack feature. For correct functionality please set up "Max. ring time for Callback" parameter.

Setting options: FXS (0) – incoming call is routed to FXS

      FXS CallBack (2) – incoming call is routed to FXS with CallBack functionality

      Reject (4) – incoming call is rejected

Default setting: FXS

 

Dial in (Function No.: 592)

Parameter "Dial in" is used for automatic connection to switchboard operator, or directly to other subscriber. If this parameter is blank, calling person has telephone line fully at disposal and has to dial the subscriber number by DTMF. You can fill only # character to disable Integra function.

Setting options: 0–16 characters (0–9, *, #)

Default setting: blank

 

Time limit [min] (Function No.: 599)

After time elapsing is call connection terminated immediately. You can hear beep 30s before end of call. 10s before end you can hear beep every second. The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0–255 min

Setting step: 1 min

Default setting: 0 min


Free minutes bank

See section 4.6 for detailed description. This option can be used with Firmware 3.5x only.

SMS Sending Input Parameters

Telephone number for SMS (Function No.: 600)

The telephone number to which an SMS is sent upon SMS input activation. If blank, the function is off.

Setting options: 0–16 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting: blank

 

SMS text (Function No.: –)

The SMS text to be sent to the preset telephone number. If the SMS text is blank, an empty SMS is sent.

Setting options: 0–40 characters

Default setting: blank

 

Send if activated longer than [ms] (Function No.: 601)

Set the SMS activation time necessary for SMS sending. This parameter prevents SMS sending in the event of short-time activation. If a "0" is selected, SMS is sent immediately upon the input activation.

Setting options: 0–25500 ms

Setting step: 100 ms

Default setting: 0 ms

 

Timeout after sending [s] (Function No.: 602)

Set the Time of inactivity after SMS sending. During this timeout no SMS is sent even if the SMS input gets activated. This prevents sending multiple SMS units in the case of repeated activation of the input.

Setting options: 0–2550 s

Setting step: 10 s

Default setting: 0 s

GSM & SIM Parameters

Blocked for operator                               

For information only – not to be set. Provider blocking is set by manufacturer in EasyGate. If EasyGate is blocked to the provider, no other mobile provider's SIM card can be used. If an unacceptable SIM card is used, the gateway does not registered to the network, LED network flashes quickly.

 

CLIR – incognito (Function No.: 701)

Sets the calling line identification restriction (CLIR) for outgoing calls from EasyGate. Attention, before enabling it is necessary to activate this feature by GSM operator, otherwise outgoing calls can be rejected by GSM network.

Setting options: – According to provider (0) – depending on how the function is selected in the GSM network

       – Activation (1) – ID is not sent.

       – Suppression (2) – ID is always sent

Default setting: According to provider

 

Roaming enable/disable (Function No.: 702)

You can make EasyGate work even if it is registered to a foreign GSM network.

Setting options: – Disable (0) – The GSM module logs out of a foreign network and attempts to register again in within 5 minutes.

      – Enable (1) – EasyGate works in any GSM network.

Default setting:  Disable

 

Call Handover workaround (Function No.: 703)

This parameter offers a workaround to prevent problems during call handover into the 1900 MHz (or 1800 MHz) band, caused by non-conforming configurations of the 1900 MHz (or 1800 MHz) GSM network.

Setting options: – Disable (0) – Disable workaround.

      – Enable (1) – Enable workaround.

      – Select only when handover into a 1800/1900 MHz band fails.

Default setting: Disable

 

GPRS APN (Function No.: –)

GPRS or UMTS APN (Access Point Name) for automatic setting. The function number can be used for SMS programming only (if available).

Setting options: 0–40 characters

Default setting: blank

 

AMR Enable (Function No.: 704)

You can disable AMR (Adaptive Multi Rate) on GSM module to improve voice quality in some GSM networks

Setting options: – Enable (1)

      – Disable (0)

Default setting:  Enable

 

Wireless Network selection (Function No.: 705)

You can select the technology for connection to the network, for UMTS gateway only

       Setting options: UMTS & GSM (0) – automatic selection, UMTS preferred

                                 UMTS only (1)

                                 GSM only (2)

Default setting: UMTS & GSM

 

Low credit checking with prepaid SIM

Time period for low credit checking [h] (Function No.: 710)

Set to change time interval between credit checks. If your credit drops under defined value, EasyGate sends SMS "LOW CREDIT". The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0–255 h

Step: 1 h

Default setting: 0

 

Code for credit checking (Function No.: 711)

Credit in prepaid SIM cards is checked by network function, which displays text message on mobile phone display. Code of network function must be terminated with "#" symbol.

ATTENTION

  • Find out if you have to pay for this function. Every check can lower your credit.

Setting options: 0–8 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting: blank

 

Minimal credit (Function No.: 712)

Set minimal credit value to send warning SMS "LOW CREDIT". If credit is lower then given value, warning SMS is send after every credit check, until you recharge your SIM card.

Setting options: 0–999

Step: 1

Default setting: 0

 

Credit value position in received SMS (Function No.: 713)

If there are more numbers except credit value in text answer (e.g. date, time and so on) EasyGate seeks the number corresponding with credit value from given position in text. The seek algorithm skips every non-number character. If credit value is the first number in text you can leave setting 0. If there are other numbers before credit value, set parameter to text position, from which the algorithm will seek.

Setting options: 0–180

Step: 1

Default setting: 0

 

Telephone number for service SMS (Function No.: 714)

Telephone number for service SMS. The number is common for GGMC SMS, for "LOW CREDIT" SMS on prepaid SIM cards and for battery status SMS. To be set in part Service.

Service

Hardware version

EasyGate hardware version – for information only (cannot be modified). Must be used for communication with the manufacturer.

 

Firmware version

EasyGate firmware version – EasyGate central processor program version. The manufacturer can issue upgrades to extend functions. To load new firmware into EasyGate use the Upgrade function. Keep communicating with the manufacturer.

 

Serial number

EasyGate serial number - for information only (cannot be changed). Must be used for communication with the manufacturer.

 

Blocked to operator

Refer to GSM & SIM Parameters.

 

COM enable (Function No.: 960)

With this parameter you can enable/disable the serial interface function. You can disable communication in the operating mode, maintaining the special programming mode after power up.

Setting options: YES/NO

Default setting: YES

 

Time limit for data connections (Function No.: 961)

After time elapsing is data/fax connection terminated immediately without warning. The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0–255 min

Step: 1 min

Default setting: 0

 

Time period for GGMC SMS [h] (Function No.: 970)

Time interval for GGMC SMS sending. GGMC = GSM Gateway Monitoring Centre. The "0" setting means that the function is disabled.

Setting options: 0–255 h

Step: 1 h

Default setting: 0

 

Battery status SMS (Function No.: 962)

Setting of this parameter allows sending SMS with information with battery status. Disconnecting of battery (Battery Error) and connecting of battery (Battery Ready) and critically low voltage (Battery flat) is reported by SMS.

Setting options: enable (1)

     disable (0)

Default setting: disable

 

Power failure SMS (Function No.: 963)

Mains status can be reported when this parameter is set. The report about mains failure and recover is sent with defined delay (Power off/on).

Setting options: disable (0)

     enable with delay 1–255 min

Default setting:  disable


Battery status reporting using P100 (Function No.: 964)

This parameter allows battery status reporting using protocol P100 with connected communicator 2N®Lift1. For special versions of EasyGate only.

       Setting options:    disable (0)

                                    enable (1)

Default setting: disable

Initialization

All programmable parameters are arranged in tables according to their functions. You can initialize either all parameters at once or one table of parameters.

 

Telephone line initialization FXS (Function No.: –)

Initialization of all parameters necessary for the telephone line FXS.

 

Call table initialization FXS (Function No.: )

Initialization of all parameters related to FXS routing table.

 

Call table initialization GSM (Function No.: )

Initialization of all parameters related to GSM routing table.

 

Initialization of GSM & SIM (Function No.: )

Initialization of all parameters related to the GSM network and SIM card (except the PIN code).

 

SMS input initialization (Function No.: )

Initialization of all parameters for SMS sending upon SMS input activation.

 

Global initialization (Function No.: 999)

Initialization of all EasyGate parameters including the PIN and service password. 

Only Global initialization can be done by phone line programming. As parameter of this function service password followed by  must be used. This operation isn't followed by confirmation tone. Successful setting is followed by pause (aprox.10 s), during this time period is performed reset of configuration memory. Than is the gateway restarted.

Security Parameters

PIN – value (Function No.: 700)

Fill in the PIN value for automatic PIN entering upon EasyGate power up. It is applied only if the SIM card is PIN secured. If the given PIN fails to match the SIM, it is deleted automatically. If entered via a telephone line upon EasyGate start, the PIN is stored automatically.

Setting options: 0, 4–8 characters (0–9)

Upon full initialization: blank

 

Service password (Function No.: 900)

Fill the service password for programming via a telephone line. Some parameters can be programmed by DTMF dialing and so the access to programming must be password-protected.

Setting options: 4–8 characters (0–9)

Upon full initialization: 12345