Nokia 2180 Cellular Telephone
(170-1403)                 NAM Programming

Programming Instructions

Nokia 2180 cellular telephones are capable of supporting authentication.
The programmer must decide which form of A-Key is desired for use.  The
options are either RANDOM or DEFAULT.  If a RANDOM A-Key is desired, use
the Easy NAM 1 programming sequence.  If a DEFAULT A-Key is required, then
use the Easy NAM 2 sequence. Use the Complete NAM Programming Instructions 
when advanced programming options require alterations.  The clear key can
be used to correct mistakes.

Menu Driven Easy NAM Programming For Nokia 2180 Hand Portables

1.  Turn On Phone and Enter Easy NAM Access Code.

      - *#6391# for NAM 1 with Random A-Key, OR
      - *#6392# for NAM 2 with Default A-Key.

2.  Enter the 10 Digit Area Code and Phone Number and Press The Send Key
    (or the 'OK' softkey in display).

3.  Enter the Country Code supplied by Service Provider and Press The Send
    Key (or the 'OK' softkey in display).

4.  Enter System ID Code (SID) Supplied by the Service Provider (1-5 Digit
    SID) and Press The Send (or 'OK') Key.
    Optional Settings are Language and Lock Code (See below).

    Programming Is Completed.

    Phone Automatically Powers Off and Then Back On.

Notes: Change the Lock code by adding a pound sign and new lock code after
       the SID.  (Example: 42#7788; Lock code = 7788).

       Change the Language by adding a pound sign and new language code
       after the code (Example: 42#2; Language = Spanish).

       Language Code: 0 (default) = English, 1 = French, and 2 = Spanish.

       Change the Lock code and Language code by separating each set of
       numbers by a pound sign (Example: 42#7788#2; Where the SID = 00042,
       Lock code = 7788 and Language = 2 Spanish).

Compete NAM Programming Instructions

Access NAM Programming Mode:

1.  Turn the phone on.

2.  Enter the NAM access code.  Factory default is: *3001#12345 [Menu].

3.  If the screen* below appears, you have entered NAM programming mode.

    Note: If this screen does not appear, after several attempts, then
          the access code has been changed, and the phone must be returned
          to the original purchase location for programming.  Press the
          [Select] softkey to modify the data to the right of the pointer.
    * Screen referenced above;   |  Field test  |
                                 | >  NAM  1    |
                                 |    NAM  2    |

Main Menu Selection

4.  Press the [Arrow-Key] up or down until the indicator points at the
    desired menu option.

         NAM  1        NAM  2        Security     Emergency    SW version
         Serial No.    Programmed    Field Test

5.  Press the [Select] softkey to access the Sub-Menu from any of the
    above Main Menu selections.

Programming NAM's 1 Through 2

6.  Press the [Arrow-Key] to scroll through the selected NAM list of
    parameters.  If NAM location 1 (Random A-Key) is not being used, the
    default OWN NUMBER must be disabled to prevent an inactive number from
    being selected.  To disable a NAM, enter the main menu for that NAM,
    and then enter the Default Settings Menu, then enter the NAM Status
    Menu and set the option to "Disable".

7.  If the displayed value is desired to be changed, press the [Select]
    softkey and use the numeric keypad to make any needed changes.

LINE #  NAM MENU            Default Value

  1     HOME SYSTEM ID           2
  2     OWN NUMBER           0000000000
  3     CDMA SETTINGS        Sub-Menu
  4     DEFAULT SETTINGS     Sub-Menu

          LINE #  CDMA SETTINGS            Default Value

            1     PRIMARY CDMA CH A            283
            2     SECONDARY CDMA CH A          691
            3     PRIMARY CDMA CH B            384
            4     SECONDARY CDMA CH B          777
            5     SID LIST                  Sub-Menu
            6     NETWORK CODE                  0
            7     COUNTRY CODE                  0

                      LINE #   DEFAULT SETTINGS         Default Value

                        1      DIRECTORY NUMBER           0000000000
                        2      NAM STATUS                 1-Enable
                        3      ACCESS METHOD                  1
                        4      LOCAL OPTION                   1
                        5      PRIMARY PAGING CH             334
                        6      GROUP ID                       10
                        7      A-KEY CODE                  Dependent

8.  Use the [OK] softkey to store the new information that has been

9.  Repeat steps 6 through 8 for the remaining NAM parameter options to be
    viewed and/or changed.

10. To program other NAMs, press [Quit] to return to the Main Menu. Select
    the desired NAM location and enter the applicable data.  Once the Home
    System ID and Own Number are programmed, the phone will automatically
    set the NAM Status to enabled.

Programming The Security Code:

11. From the Main Menu, use the Arrow-Key to select the "Security" Sub
    Menu, press [Select] and the current 5-digit security code will appear
    in the display.  Default is 12345.

12. If you wish to change the Security Code at this time, use the numeric
    keys to enter the new value.

13. Press the softkey [OK] to store changes.

Note:  Changing the Security Code automatically changes the Lock Code to
       the last 4 digits of the new Security Code.

Programming Emergency Numbers: (Optional)

14. From the Main Menu use the Arrow-Key to select the "Emergency" Sub
    Menu, press the [Select] softkey to access the emergency numbers.

                EMERGENCY NUMBER 3 (None)

15. If you wish to change the default value shown above, use the [Arrow
    Key] to select the emergency number you wish to change and press
    [Select].  Then use the numeric keys to enter the new values.

16. Press the softkey [OK] to save the value.

17. Press [Quit] to exit the menu.

Serial Number (ESN)

18. From the Main Menu, use the Arrow-Key to display the Electronic Serial
    Number (ESN) of the phone.

19. Press [Quit] or [OK] to exit the menu.

Programmed:  (Date the phone is first programmed)

20. From the Main Menu, use the [Arrow-Key] to select the "Programmed"

21. Press [Select] and enter a four digit number that corresponds to the
    month and year the phone is sold.  Example (mmyy) 0197 = January 1997,
    0998 = September 1998.

Note:  This menu location can be programmed only one time.  Once the date
       has been entered it can not be changed.  Attempts to enter new data
       in the menu once is has been programmed, will receive a short beep
       and the message "DATE ALREADY STORED".

A-Key Code: (Optional)

22. Press the [Select] softkey while the "A-Key Code" is displayed.

23. Enter the new A-Key and Checksum that was calculated by the service
    providers' security administrator.

24. Press [OK] to store the new A-Key.

Field Test

The FIELD TEST MODE is used to investigate how the phone and cellular
system interact.  The FIELD TEST information covers signal strength,
battery charging status, cellular state and encryption status.  The
information is organized to display information relating to Analog Control
Channels, Digital Control Channels, Analog Voice Channels, and Digital
Voice Channels.  All the information provided in the FIELD TEST display is
in accordance with IS-95.

To activate the FIELD TEST mode the phone must be in NAM programming mode.
Instructions for entering NAM programming are listed above.  Use the
following steps to enable the FIELD TEST mode.

I.  From the Main Menu use the Arrow-Key to display the "FIELD TEST" menu
    and press the [Select] softkey.  Use the Arrow-Key to select Enable
    and press the softkey [OK].

II. Turn the 2180 off then back on.  Once the power up self test is
    completed, the FIELD TEST display will begin automatically.  Scroll
    through the different displays using the Arrow-Key.

To disable the FIELD TEST mode, return to NAM programming mode and disable
the function under the FIELD TEST menu.

Programming SIDS:

The Nokia 2180 provides the option to program 4 categories of System ID's.
The options are Home (up to 5), Preferred (up to 80), Forbidden (up to 5).

The SID list is programmed to control the system selection / re-selection
processes and priority.  Programming the SID list is part of the NAM
programming menu.  Each NAM locations have their own SID list.  The unit
will scan to locate and identify the available service providers.  Then
the phone will rank the available providers with priority to the home
system, then preferred system.  A phone will never use a forbidden system
except to call numbers stored in the emergency number locations shown
above in steps 14 - 17.  Follow these instructions to program the SID

I.   Enter the NAM programming menu and select NAM 1 (or the desired NAM).

II.  Use the Arrow-Key to display "SID LISTS" and press [Select].  Valid
     values for System Identification are (00001 - 32767).

III. Use the Arrow-Key to select the desired list and then press the
     [Select] softkey (Home, Preferred or Forbidden).

IV.  Press the [Select] softkey to select the first empty location (or
     select location with information you wish to change) in the Preferred
     SID list.

V.   Use the numeric keyboard to enter a new value or change an existing

VI.  Press the [OK] softkey to store the value in that location.

Exiting NAM Programming:

25. To exit the NAM programming mode, turn the phone off and leave it off
    for five seconds.  Then turn it back on.