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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.
  • Master ID: An unique ID for this Master. The DECT-Master and the DECT-Standby-Master must have the same ID.
  • Enable PARI Function: If this is ticked, the PARI function of this master is enabled.
  • Protocol: 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. The term system password here corresponds to the PBX password at the PBX side. This option requires the option PBX Pwd at the User Objects Device Configuration to be active.
  • Redirection with GK ID: If enabled and the user registration is redirected, the GK 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.
  • Enable Enbloc Send-Key:
  • Send inband DTMF: If enabled, DTMF will be sent as inband DTMF.
  • Allow DTMF through RTP: If enabled, DTMF is negotiated according to RFC2833, resulting in DTMF digits being sent as RTP payload (RTP event). If the remote party does not support RFC2833, there will be fall back to DTMF over the signaling channel (SIP info).
  • Short disconnect tone: If enabled, the busy tone after remote hangs up is shortened.
  • 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.
  • Conferencing Unit: With an innovaphone PBX device with a conference interface it is possible to make conference calls. The configured number is dialed for the first call to the conferencing unit, the connected number of this call is dialed for the others. See also 3pty conference on DECT phones.
  • LDAP Directory Search: If enabled and a LDAP server is configured, the IP-DECT Master does an LDAP directory look up for incoming calls. Shows up the callers name on the DECT phones. This settings are NOT used for Directory Search for outgoing calls from DECT handsets, instead settings on Reference9:DECT2/Config/Phone Book used for this.
  • Mobility Master: the IP-DECT Master can be connected to a Mobility Master to enable roaming of the handsets between IP-DECT Systems that are connected to the same Mobility Master.
    • Name: The Mobility Master login name. Configure here the Name defined on the configuration page of the Mobility Master.
    • Password: The Mobility Master login password. Configure here the Password defined on the configuration page of the Mobility Master.
    • IP Address: The IP address of the Mobility Master.
    • Alt. IP Address: The IP address of the Standby Mobility Master.
    • Status: The status of the Mobility Master connection.
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