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General information about the VoIP device is displayed here.
|The version string of the device. This string has the format <Version><label><Product>[<Firmware Build>], Bootcode[<Bootcode Build>], HW[<Hardware Build>], <Fash>/<Dram>
|The serial number or Ethernet MAC address of the device. It consists of 6 pairs of hexadecimal digits separated by '-'. It is followed by a two digits checksum, which can entered on the license manager to detect possible typing errors when entering the serial no.
|Voice Coder channels available. Note that these figures show type and number of channels the device technically can handle. It does not account for possible license requirements (that is: if a license for a coder is required but not available, the coder would show up here nevertheless)
|Conference channels available in the device's CONF interface. Note that there may be more requirements, see Howto:Conferences, Resources and Licenses
|Fax channels available in the device's FAX interface. For each T.30 fax sent or received concurrently, one Fax channel is required. Note that for audio fax, 2 Coder channels (i.e. DSPs) per fax are required too
|Number of HDLC channels available.
|Some devices can synchronize the internal PCM bus (the bus used to interconnect ISDN channels, DSP channels, etc) to an external interface. If no synchronization is achieved, this may result in slips on ISDN interfaces, which results in a removal or duplication of a sample every some seconds. In voice calls this is not recognized, but it may lead to abortion of Fax or Modem calls.
|Indicates which ETH Interface it's being used for PoE power source. Note*: Some Gateways don't provide this information.
|Power Off Loop*
|Provides information if feature it's Enabled/Disabled. Note*: Only some devices have this feature and provide information.
|Displays the temperature of the mainboard inside the Gateway. Up to 60ºC it's an acceptable value, higher values than that we recommend to move the Gateway to a cooler location to prevent damages on the hardware. IP111 IP112 and IPxx11 devices show the CPU die temperature, it can rise to 85°C.
|The SNTP Server used to synchronized time/date of the device
|Current Date/time as synchronized with an external SNTP Server
|Uptime of the device
|Link, which is displayed if a test license is installed on the device. This link can be used to restart the test period.
|The Firmware Version of the DECT subsystem.
|The ARI of the DECT system. On single cell systems this is a burned in identification of the system (similar to a MAC address). For multicell systems the ARI is defined by the multicell license, which has to be installed on the ip-master of the system.
|The frequency used on the system. This is DECT for systems conforming to the DECT standard. For north america a different frequency is used.