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Licenses are used on the innovaphone gateways to enable specific features so that the customers have to pay for features only, which they actually use. There are 3 different types of licenses: For the Gateway (Relay), the PBX and DECT.
|Enables the use of the number of DSP channels as specified in the license. A DSP channel is needed for each call to a ISDN interface, an analog Interface or a conference interface. If no license is availabe the call is rejected.
|Enables the use of a ISDN Basic Rate Interface. Only licensed interfaces are displayed in the user interface and can be used for calls. Which interface is enabled is chosen by a default sequence. If other interfaces are desired, interfaces can be disabled, which means they do not consume a license.
|Enables the use of a ISDN Primary Rate Interface. Only licensed interfaces are displayed in the user interface and can be used for calls. Which interface is enabled is chosen by a default sequence. If other interfaces are desired, interfaces can be disabled, which means they do not consume a license.
|Enables the Gatekeeper functionality on Version 6. Which means the Gateway VOIP interface type 'Gatekeeper/Registrar' is available.
|PBX Base License. 'n' defines the total number of registrations allowed on the PBX. With @m another Base license with a limit of m can be upgraded to n.
|The number of endpoints which can be registered at the PBX. A gateway or phone with multiple registrations count as multiple endpoints. For regitrations which happen because of a failover situation no such license is needed.
|License to use an innovaphone Software Phone.
|License to use the innovaphone operator software.
|License to use the innovaphone voicemail script. 'n' must be at least the same as the PBX Base license.
|The Multicell license enables the Multicell master and defines the System Identification (ARI) on the wireless side.