The user telephony settings include Queuing, Fallback and Overflow information.
Entries here are used to match incoming call details to destinations on the IP Office system.
The system telephony configuration includes the Quiet Headset information
The system telephony configuration are divided into three Tabs: Call Settings, Supervisor Settings and Multi-Line Options
Short codes have to be set up so that calls are routed from members of the first IP Office to the members of the second one
Busy lamp fields can be configured to show members from the other IP Offices.
If an advanced networking license is available, Hunt groups may consist of members from all the interconnected sites
A prerequisite for an SCN is a consistent extension numbering scheme.
System wide hotdesking is supported
Breakout/Remote Dialing is supported in SCNs
Small Community Networks can consist of max. 400 users on 12 sites
Out-of-Office messages are possible to view for all SCN members
A highly flexible call group
A feature of IP Office that helps connect up to 32 systems with up to 1000 subscribers across IP lines
A feature of IP Office that routes Internet access through different paths
A data communication solution for small and medium-sized companies
An Incoming Call Route
A Remote Access Service (RAS) entry
An IP DECT line
An IP line
IP lines have to be configured in both directions with the remote IP Office configured as the H.323 gateway address
An IP line has to be configured on only one of the IP Offices
The underlying network connectivity has to be configured first (IP Routing, etc.).
Voice compression modules are needed
The line group number is 0
When an unknown number is dialed, the line group number 0 is assigned
The destination for incoming voice calls is 200.
The main hunt group number is 0.
Detect and Repair
Extended licenses are used based on the slots, from left to right.
T1/E1-R2 licenses are used for each channel which is set as in service
Maximum of 6 channels can be operated without a license for each PCB (port).
ETSI/QSIG licenses are used based on the number of calls in progress.
Incoming calls can be rejected if there are insufficient licenses
1. File 2. Advanced 3. Upgrade 4. Type password 5. Click OK 6. Click Upgrade 7. Select Unit
1. File 2. Advanced 3. Upgrade 4. Select Unit 5. Click Upgrade 6. Type password 7. Click OK
1. File 2. Advanced 3. Upgrade 4. Select Unit 5. Click OK 6. Type password 7. Click Upgrade
1. File 2. Advanced 3. Upgrade 4. Type password 5. Click Upgrade 6. Select Unit 7. Click OK
Hot Desking User
To pass on the dialing information only to the line group IDs
To pass on the dialing information only to the locale
To pass on the dialing information only to the ARS tables
To pass on the dialing information not only to the line group IDs, but also to the ARS tables
The devices are in two different countries
The devices use DTMF tones
The devices use different codec types, such as G.729 and G.723
The devices are not using Networking (SCN)
Non-802.11b wireless devices can still connect to the IP Office wireless LAN.
Wireless devices with an SSID matching that of the network are given priority over non-matching wireless devices.
Wireless devices can communicate directly to each other without using the IP Office wireless LAN.
Only those wireless devices with a matching SSID to that of the wireless network can connect
A mechanism of prioritizing certain IP packets over other IP packets.
A method of compressing VoIP packets.
A measurement of IP network efficiency.
The amount of time that passes between the transmission and receipt of a VoIP packet.
Simple IP Protocol
Silence-suppression Integration for Phones
Secondary Internet Protocol
Session Initiation Protocol
For connecting to Small Community Networking.
For discovering control units in the IP Office network.
For transmitting VoIP.
For uploading software updates
...users may send hyperlinks to preferred web-pages during call setup.
...the user's individual SIP URI settings will be used when establishing calls.
...a user may specify any additional data to be sent with the SIP-messages.
..a user-specified port and IP is used when initiating a call via SIP.
Microsoft® Internet Information Server (IIS).
Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) server.
Domain Name Service (DNS) server.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server
Send core software upgrades to a remote control unit.
Automatically download software upgrades.
Receive software upgrades from a PC using IP Office Manager and automatically restart.
Reset specific extensions that are connected to the control unit.
The license server
The IP Office control unit address
The PC running IP Office Manager
The DNS server
Which extensions are allowed to use voice messaging.
The number of recording minutes available to each user.
The voice messaging system in use in your telephony environment.
The voice messaging extension number
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