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MATWorX™
Installation Guide
NWA-008862-001
ISSUE 2.1
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term
are registered
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MATWorX is a trademark of NEC Corporation.
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NEC Corporation
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Preface
MATWorX is a Windows-based software system that provides a wide range of control over your PBX.
This guide contains the useful information that will help you successfully install and start the MATWorX, the Common Components Upgrade Tool (for RMAT) pro­gram and the Office Data Converter program.
Reference Manual
For how to use MATWorX, refer to “MATWorX User Guide”.
For PBX hardware, refer to “NEAX 2000 IPS System Manual”.
For operation of Key FD, refer to “Key FD Operation Guide”.
Terms In This Manual
In this manual, the following PBX system is designated as “PBX” usually.
NEAX 2000 IPS INTERNET PROTOCOL SERVER
NEAX IPS INTERNET PROTOCOL SERVER
NEAX IPS INTERNET PROTOCOL SERVER
NOTE: In regard to China market, we have not
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DMR
DM
released NEAX 2000 IPS INTERNET PROTOCOL SERVER but NEAX 2000 is released.
NEAX 2000 IPS
MATWorX Installation Guide

Table of Contents

Page
CHAPTER 1 MATWorX ............................................... 1
1. MATWorX Overview................................................ 1
What’s MATWorX? ............................................... 1
System Requirements .......................................... 2
2. Hardware Connections ........................................... 5
Direct Connection ................................................. 6
Modem Connection .............................................. 8
LAN Connection ................................................. 11
3. Installing MATWorX .............................................. 14
Installing MATWorX ............................................ 14
Upgrading MATWorX.......................................... 21
How to Use the Script File .................................. 31
4. Uninstalling MATWorX.......................................... 35
5. Starting MATWorX ................................................ 36
6. Connecting to PBX ............................................... 38
Using PBX Configuration Wizard ....................... 38
Establishing Connection..................................... 38
Troubleshooting a Failed Connection................. 38
7. Exiting MATWorX.................................................. 39
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CHAPTER 2 COMMON COMPONENTS UPGRADE
TOOL (FOR RMAT).............................. 41
1. Common Components Upgrade Tool
(for RMAT) Overview ............................................ 41
2. Installing Common Components Upgrade Tool
(for RMAT) ............................................................ 43
CHAPTER 3 Office Data Converter........................... 47
1. Office Data Converter Overview ........................... 47
What’s Office Data Converter?........................... 47
System Requirements ........................................ 49
Cautions in Installation ....................................... 50
2. Installing Office Data Converter ............................ 51
Installing Office Data Converter.......................... 51
3. Uninstalling Office Data Converter........................ 57
4. Connecting to PBX ............................................... 58
5. Starting Office Data Converter.............................. 59
6. Exiting Office Data Converter ............................... 60
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CHAPTER 1 MATWorX

1. MATWorX Overview

CHAPTER 1 MATWorX
This chapter explains how to connect a PC to the PBX, how to install/uninstall the MATWorX program, and how to starting/exiting the MATWorX program.
1. MATWorX Overview

What’s MATWorX?

MATWorX is a 32 bit Windows (English version)­based software application that enables you to program and maintain an unlimited number of PBXs via your computer.
MATWorX provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to a PBX. This design lets you navigate quickly and intuitively throughout the program, thus saving you valuable time with your PBX maintenance tasks.
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System Requirements

MATWorX requires an IBM or compatible PC running Microsoft English version Windows 2000 or Windows Me or Windows XP or Windows Server
2003.
And, each OS installs latest Service Pack (SP).
System Requirements
Minimum
Requirements
Pentium II 350 MHz
Recommended
Pentium 4 1 GHz CPU
CPU
128 MB RAM 256 MB RAM
230 MB or more available hard disk space before installation (MATWorX uses about 130 MB)
SVGA monitor with 800 × 600 resolution
230 MB or more available hard disk space before installation (MATWorX uses about 130 MB)
15" or larger SVGA monitor with 1024 × 768 resolution
High Color (16 bit) True Color (32 bit)
CD-ROM drive
Floppy Disk drive
Valid PBX hardware connection
(Direct serial or modem or LAN)
Mouse
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NOTE 1: When you install the MATWorX program
on the PC using an OS of Windows 2000/ XP/Windows Server 2003, be careful about the following:
- When a user without administrator per­missions installs the MATWorX pro­gram, this program cannot be started. Therefore, to install the MATWorX pro­gram, log in to the PC with administrator permissions. In addition, when you start the MATWorX after the installation, log in to the PC with administrator permis­sions.
- When more than one user installs the MATWorX program on a PC, uninstall­ing or upgrading the MATWorX pro­gram cannot be done normally later. Therefore, NEVER install the MATWorX program on a PC from more than one us­er.
NOTE 2: To operate the MATWorX normally, exit
the other application such as mail software before starting the MATWorX program. The communication error will occur be­tween the PBX and your PC by the inter­ruption of the other application.
NOTE 3: When connecting your PC to the PBX with
the modems, the 2-wire full duplex 28.8 kbps or higher modem is recommended to your PC side. The modem must support the AT command. Since MATWorX Ver.6 or later, you can use the built-in modem.
NOTE 4: When connecting your PC to the PBX with
the modems, do not set the power saving feature such as RESUME, SUSPEND, STAND-BY on your PC.
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NOTE 5: When registering the Key FD data which
correspond to activation of software key code, this Add-In is available for Windows Me/2000/XP/Windows Server 2003. When registering the Key FD data which does not correspond to activation of soft­ware key code, this Add-In is available only for Windows Me.
NOTE 6: For Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows
Server 2003, you must log-in as the admin­istrator before installing MATWorX.
NOTE 7: When registering the Key FD data which
does not correspond to activation of soft­ware key code, there is a possibility that your PC can not read out the data through the USB port normally if a FD drive with USB port is used. Therefore, a built-in FD should be used for this Add-In.
NOTE 8: OS which can use MATWorX correspond-
ing to D
term
for Russian is only the English version Windows (it does not correspond to Russian version Windows). Moreover, the kind of OS is limited to Win­dows 2000/XP/Windows Server 2003. Win­dows Me cannot be used.
[MATWorX Ver. 11 or later reguired]
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2. Hardware Connections

There are three ways in connecting a PC to the PBX.
(1) Direct Connection
Connect PC serial port to the PBX serial port us­ing a MAT cable. Data throughput can reach 19200 bps.
(2) Modem Connection
Connect PC modem to the PBX built-in modem via the public network.
This connection can be used for remote access. The default setting of data throughput is 9600 bps, however, you can reach 19200 bps by setting of CM40 Y=08>1:5.
(3) LAN Connection
Connect your PC to the PBX via the Ethernet LAN.
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Direct Connection

You can connect your PC directly to the PBX by connecting a MAT cable to the PBX RS0 connector.
PBX
MP
Direct Connection
RS0 connector of MP card
To RS-232C PORT
PC
MAT CA-T (2 m) MAT CA-P (4 m) MAT CA-R (2 m)
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The requirements on this direct connection are shown below.
Requirements on Direct Connection
Name qt. Remarks
PC* 1 Refer to “System
Requirements” in detail
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MAT CA-T
1 MAT cable with 9 pin
D-SUB Connector (2 m)
MAT CA-P
MAT cable with 25 pin D-SUB Connector (4 m)
MAT CA-R
MAT cable with 25 pin D-SUB Connector (2 m)
Printer* 1 Printer which can print a
sheet of letter-sized paper on Windows
Printer Driver* 1 Printer driver software
attached to the printer
Printer Cable* 1 Cable attached to the
printer or optional cable
* : Prepared by customers
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Modem Connection

If you have a modem installed in your PC, you can dial up the PBX with the modem.
This connection is especially used for remote access.
PBX
COT
MP
Built-in modem
Modem Connection
Public
Network
RS-232C Straight Cable
Modem
PC
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1. Connect the modem to your PC.
2. To use a built-in modem, set the SW2-4 of the MP card to ON.
3. Mount the COT card in the system.
4. Set up the MATWorX and establish the communication setting (Modem Connect) between your PC and the PBX using Configuration Wizard.
5. Set the following system data: CM40 Y=10>1:Ч-ЧЧЧЧЧЧЧЧ (station number) CM13 Y=07>Ч-ЧЧЧЧЧЧЧЧ (station number):0
NOTE: When using the built-in modem in the PBX,
RS1 port of the MP card cannot be used.
The requirements on the PBX side are shown below.
Requirements on PBX Side
Name qt. Remarks
COT card 1 Used for interface
between the PBX and public network
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The requirements on your PC side are shown below.
Requirements on PC Side
Name qt. Remarks
PC*
1 Refer to “System
Requirements” in detail
NOTE
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Printer* 1 Printer which can print a
sheet of letter-sized paper on Windows
Printer Driver* 1 Printer driver software
attached to the printer
Printer Cable* 1 Cable attached to the
printer or optional cable
Modem* 1 Modem which supports
AT commands
2-wire full duplex 28.8 kbps or higher modem recommended
RS-232C Straight Cable*
1 Used to connect the PC
with the modem
* : Prepared by customers
NOTE: During connection, do not use energy-
saving features on your PC, such as RESUME, SUSPEND and STANDBY.
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LAN Connection

You can connect your PC to the PBX via the Ethernet LAN.
LAN Connection
PBX
LAN
HUB/Route
MP
LAN Connector
ETHER
LAN Cable (10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX)
PC
NOTE: The MP program downloading is not
available on LAN connection.
1. Make the Direct Connection. For details, refer to “Direct Connection”.
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2. Set the following data using LAN interface Add­In.
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway Address
NOTE: When the system was initialized by “B” (All
Clear), the following IP address and subnet mask are set as a fixed value. Therefore you can connect your PC to the PBX via the LAN, even if you make your PC Direct Connection (RS-232C connection) and do not set an IP address using office data. IP Address : 192.168.1.36 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
[Series 3300 software (R8 software) or later required]
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3. Mount the ETHER card on the MP card. For details, refer to NEAX 2000 IPS System Manual.
4. Mount the MP card in the MP slot of PIM0.
5. Connect the LAN connector of the ETHER card and the HUB/Router using a LAN cable.
6. Establish the communication setting (LAN Connection) between your PC and the PBX using Configuration Wizard.
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The requirements on this LAN connection are shown below.
Requirements on PBX Side
Name qt. Remarks
ETHER card
1 Used for LAN interface
(PZ-M606-A)
LAN Cable* 1 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
* : Prepared by customers
Requirements on PC Side
Name qt. Remarks
PC* 1 Refer to “System
Requirements” in detail
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Printer* 1 Printer which can print a
sheet of letter-sized paper on Windows
Printer Driver* 1 Printer driver software
attached to the printer
Printer Cable* 1 Cable attached to the
printer or optional cable
NIC* 1 Used for LAN interface
LAN Cable* 1 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
* : Prepared by customers
NOTE: During connection, do not use energy saving
features on your PC, such as RESUME, SUSPEND and STANBY.
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3. Installing MATWorX

3. Installing MATWorX

Installing MATWorX

To install MATWorX for the first time, you must use the MATWorX CD included in your MATWorX package. You must run Setup from Windows.
Important: Be sure to exit all
Windows programs and screen savers that are running and disable any virus detection programs before running the Setup program.
The following procedure walks you through the installation of MATWorX. The Setup consists of a series of dialogs that supply you with default answers to questions regarding the installation of files to your hard disk. To accept the default answers, click Next button. To make changes, click Browse button and select a different folder, then click OK button to return to the dialog box.
NOTE 1: When you install the MATWorX program
on the PC using an OS of Windows 2000/ XP/Windows Server 2003, be careful about the following:
- When a without administrator permis­sions installs the MATWorX program, this program cannot be started. There­fore, to install the MATWorX program, log in to the PC with administrator per­missions. In addition, when you start the MATWorX after the installation, log in to the PC with administrator permissions.
- When more than one user installs the MATWorX program on a PC, uninstall­ing or upgrading the MATWorX pro­gram cannot be done normally later. Therefore, NEVER install the MATWorX program on a PC from more than one us­er.
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