Nortel ICS pbx phone manuals and telephone guides

Below we offer you the Nortel Norstar CICS (Compact Integrated Communication System) MCIS (Modular Integrated Communication System) guides. Nortel made these dependable PBX systems with the compact system supporting from 4 to 8 incoming lines and between 8 and 24 extensions, while the larger modular system could handle up to 24 incoming lines and up to 274 extensions. The telephones that are used with these PBXs are the Nortel Norstar T-Series phones, now known as the 7000 series digital phones. Some of the telephone models are the T7406E, T7406, T7316, T7208, and T7316e. Below you can find the Norstar Handbook, as well as the guides for many of the Norstar telephones.

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Nortel Compact ICS PBX and Telephone manuals

Nortel Compact ICS Telephone Feature Card   277 KB
Nortel Compact ICS Installer Guide   4631 KB
Nortel Compact ICS System Coordinator Guide   2900 KB
Nortel ICS Hospitality Features Card   219 KB

Nortel Modular ICS Manuals

Nortel Modular ICS Telephone Feature Card  249 KB
Nortel Modular ICS Prime Telephone Feature Card   225 KB
Nortel Modular ICS Programming Guide   2546 KB
Nortel Modular ICS Installer Guide   5382 KB
Nortel Modular ICS System Coordinator Guide   2900 KB


Nortel Norstar Handbook and Telephone Guides

Nortel Norstar Handbook  5323 KB
Nortel Norstar T7100 Telephone User Card   410 KB
Nortel Norstar T7208 Telephone User Card   568 KB
Nortel Norstar T7316 Telephone User Card   611 KB
Nortel Norstar T7316e Telephone User Card   732 KB

About Nortel

Nortel Networks Corporation, first founded as Northern Telecom Limited, is a multinational telecommunications equipment manufacturer headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They made many large and small business PBX systems and were for a long time a leader in the telecom industry. On January 14, 2009, Nortel filed for bankruptcy protection in order to restructure its debt and financial obligations. Northern Telecom, which bankruptcy lasted until 2013 and was the largest bankruptcy case in Canadian history. Avaya acquired parts of Nortel.