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It is necessary to configure the operating mode of the DECT system. A gatekeeper must also be specified here, on which the innovaphone PBX component is operated.

  • Mode: Active switches on the DECT master function. In every DECT system, there must be a DECT master.
    • Off switches off the DECT master function.
    • Active switches on the DECT master function.
    • Standby switches on the standby function for the DECT master.
    • Deployment switches on the deployment mode for the DECT master.
  • Primary Master IP Address: This field is only visible if this device has been configured as Standby-Master (Mode = Standby). The IP address of the DECT-Master has to be configured here.
  • Prot: The protocol to be used for the communication. There is a choice between:
    • H.323 (RFC 1889), which is the recommended protocol for innovaphone VoIP devices, since it implements most features.
    • SIP (RFC 3261).
  • GK: The IP address of the primary gatekeeper. The device on which the innovaphone PBX component is operated.
  • Alt GK: The IP address of the secondary, alternative gatekeeper.
  • GK ID: The gatekeeper ID of the gatekeeper to be used.
  • STUN Server: STUN server to be used if DECT master has no public IP address and SIP server is outside the local network.
  • Name for Authentication: Some SIP PBXs need authentication name different from the registration id. This enables the number being used as id and the name for authentication.
  • Registration with system password: If this is ticked, all users are registered with the system password.
  • Redirection with GK ID: If enabled and the user registration is redirected, the Gatekeeper ID of the redirecting PBX is appended to the registration to the redirected PBX.
  • Enbloc Dialing: If enabled, the dialed numbers will be sent together within the setup message after timeout.
  • Send inband DTMF: If enabled, DTMF will be sent as inband DTMF.
  • Allow DTMF through RTP: If enabled, DTMF capability through RTP is allowed.
  • Short busy tone: If enabled, the busy tone after remote hangs up is shortened.
  • Disable broadcast delay: For small installations it is not necessary to delay the broadcasts for incoming calls to the radios. Enabling this option is not recommended for big systems.
  • Response timeout: If the timeout is configured and the handset is not in range, the call is released with cause 'No user responding' after the timeout.
  • LDAP Directory Search: If enabled and a LDAP server is configured, the IP1200 does a LDAP directory look up for incoming calls. Shows up the callers name on the DECT phones.
  • Registration for anonymous devices: The anonymous registered devices use this registration to make a call. (Normally handsets logged in as anonymous user cannot place calls, since they have no registration to the PBX. This includes also emergency calls. If a registration is entered here, all anonymous handsets use this registration for outbound calls.)
    • Deactivate Master if no connection: If the registration is configured but can not be established the master is turned off.
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