Howto:V13 MyApps Cloud - connecting 2N-Intercom

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Applies To

This information applies to

  • Howto connect a 2N Intercom device to a myApps Cloud PBX
  • myApps Cloud v13


The article describes how to configure a 2N Intercom to register and connect to a myApps Cloud PBX

For a better overview, the necessary configuration is divided in 2 parts:

  • The first part covers the respective PBX object
  • The second part describes the configuration of the 2N Intercom device.


Disclaimer

2N is a 3rd party brand. As such, innovaphone is not liable for any malfunction of the 2N firmware itself, or malfunction caused through or due to changes in the 2N firmware.


Considerations for this example configuration

The parameters below are innovaphone default settings. These settings might be different in the specific cloud environment. Thus, please check your documentation and take a note of the corresponding parameters of your specific cloud instance.

  • 2N does not deploy device certificates on its devices. Thus, secure TLS connections to the myApps Cloud platform are not possible.
    Due to this reason, this example uses a connection via SIP/TCP.
  • The system name (devices domain name) of the PBX in this example is: company25.org
  • The URL or the respective PBX in this example is: 01234-pbx.innovaphone.com


Part 1 - Configuration on the myApps Cloud PBX

Step 1 - Setting of the PBX User Object

Part 1, Step 1
Part 1, Step 1
  • Open the PBX User Object, of the respective 2N Intercom User
  • Define a secure password
  • In the section Devices, please fill the fields as following:
    • TLS only: 'off'
    • Reverse Proxy: 'on'
    • Media Relay: 'on'


Part 2 - Configuration of the 2N Intercom

Part 2, Step 1a
Part 2, Step 1a
  • Prior to proceed with the configuration of the 2N device, please make sure the device contains the most recent Firmware.


Step 1 - Tab: Services > Phone

  1. The basic SIP parameters to register on the PBX
    • Phone Number (ID): the PBX extension of the Intercom
    • Domain: The system name (devices domain name) of the PBX
    • Authentication ID: The name of the user object in the PBX
    • Password: The name of the password, defined in the respective user object
    • Proxy Address: The URL of the PBX
      Part 2, Step 1b
      Part 2, Step 1b
  2. In the following, lets SIP Registrar
    • Registration Enabled: 'on'
    • Registrar Address: The URL of the PBX
    • Registration State: 'REGISTERED' should appear, as soon as the Intercom device successfully registered on the PBX
    Part 2, Step 1c
    Part 2, Step 1c
  3. Configure the Intercom's public IP address
    • External IP Address: Public IP address, through which the device is reachable.
    • - CLARIFICATION -
      • As 2N Intercom devices do no support STUN, the device itself does not know the public IP address, through which it is reachable. Consequently, to make VoIP communication possible, this address has to be configured on the device.
      • Please make sure, the entered IP address is a fixed, an not a dynamic IP address.


Part 2, Step 2
Part 2, Step 2

Step 2 - Tab: Directory > Users

The Users list contains user information, relevant for the quick dialing.

  • Register Username and extension number, of the person who shall answer the Intercom.



Part 2, Step 3
Part 2, Step 3

Step 3 - Tab: Hardware > Buttons

  • Here you have to assign the previously defined user to the Intercoms quick dial buttons.
  • Skipping this step, the Intercom will not dial the PBX.


Part 3 - Testing

  • Initiate a Test Call to verify your configuration...
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