Use this feature to reinstate your system and telephone programming (except the System Day, System Date, and System Time) to the settings saved on a PC Card at the last system backup (manual or automatic). You should restore the system settings if your system settings becomecorrupted, if you make changes and decide you would rather use the former settings, or if youreplace your processor module and want to retain the system settings you had on the previous
processor module. A successful restore takes about five seconds.
When a restore completes successfully, the Restore Complete message appears for two seconds at idle extensions 10 and 11. Then a System Reset–Programming Saved (#728) occurs, disconnecting any calls in progress. You should warn users before beginning a restore, or do the restore during non-business hours.
- Make sure that you have saved the most recent system settings before you begin the Restore procedure.
- If the restore is not successful, the display shows Restore Failed or Restore Failed- Try Again for two seconds. All calls in progress are disconnected, and all of the system and telephone programming settings revert to the factory settings.
- The configuration of the 1600 DSL module is not saved on the PC card; it is retained in the flash memory of the 1600 DSL module. To restore this configuration, you must perform a coldstart by using Restore Programming or System Reset–Programming Saved (#728).