Server Guide
2.1.2.1
(English Version)
Yeastar Technology Co., Ltd.
BizFAX Server Manual
Table of Contents
0
1. Introduction..................................................................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Product Introduction ..................................................................... 4
Functions .................................................................................... 4
Hardware .................................................................................... 6
Package Contents......................................................................... 7
2. Hardware Installation ........................................................................ 8
2.1 Running Environment ................................................................... 8
2.2 Hardware Connection ................................................................... 8
3. Managing BizFAX
........................................................................... 9
3.1 Log in......................................................................................... 9
3.2 Manager Log In ........................................................................... 9
3.3 Status and Management ..............................................................11
3.3.1 Line Status ...........................................................................11
3.4 General Settings .........................................................................12
3.4.1 Fax Extension .......................................................................12
3.4.1.1 Physical Fax Machine Extension ..........................................13
3.4.1.2 Virtual Fax Extension ........................................................14
3.4.2 Trunk...................................................................................16
3.4.3 Outbound Routes ...................................................................17
3.4.3.1. Buildup Outbound Routes .................................................17
3.5 Inboud Call Settings ....................................................................19
3.5.1 Auto Attendant ......................................................................19
3.5.1.1 Setup Auto Attendant .......................................................19
3.5.2 Inbound Routes .....................................................................21
3.5.2.1 Buildup Inbound Routes ....................................................21
3.5.3 Blacklist ...............................................................................22
3.6 System Settings..........................................................................24
3.6.1 Gnereal Settings....................................................................24
3.6.2 System Prompts ....................................................................25
3.6.3 Advanced Module Settings ......................................................27
3.6.3.1 Email Server Settings .......................................................27
3.6.3.2 SMS Service Settings ........................................................28
3.6.4 Backing up & Restore .............................................................28
3.6.5 Administrator ........................................................................29
3.7 Reports .....................................................................................30
3.7.1 Fax Logs ..............................................................................30
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3.7.2 Call Logs ..............................................................................30
4. Using BizFAX...................................................................................33
4.1 Usage of Sending Fax ..................................................................34
4.2 Usage of Receiving FAX ................................................................35
Appendix A Modify BizFAX IP Address .....................................................36
Appendix B Customizing WAV Format .....................................................40
Appendix C Country/Region List ............................................................42
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Introduction
1
You may skip section 1- Introduction and directly move to section 2- Before
you Proceed. However, we recommend reading through the introduction to
familiarize yourself with the features and functions of BizFAX and help
improve its operation. Thank you for purchasing BizFAX!
1.1 Product Introduction
BizFAX — Paperless Fax Server
BizFAX paperless fax system is an intelligent fax server that combines the
traditional fax technology and network technology.
After connected the PSTN telephone line and built up the connetion with the
LAN or internet, by using the BizFAX Client software on their computers,
users can easily to create a safe, efficient and affordable fax system for
enterprise.
Through BizFAX Client software, every user is able to get the auto-receive,
auto-fax and management features. When sending a fax, users only need to
submit file to BizFAX server, and then system will auto fax the files in order.
Administrator has the authority to configure the system parameters and
manage the users’ information.
1.2 Functions
1. Auto Receive & Send Fax
To receive and send faxes automatically on computer that dispense with
additional fax machine, BizFAX delivers a significant reduction in document
delivery costs by eliminating the need for paper-based print, stand-alone fax
machines and associated maintaenance, supply and labor costs. All the
operations of traditional fax like print, dial, fax, re-dail when busy, postpone
delivery or send in groups can be easily done within few seconds.
2.Electronic Signature
BizFAX system help users to make their own signature and company stamp
on a electronic document directly. All the signatures and stamps are safely
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protected and managed through high-end cryptography technology.
3.Remote Receive & Send Fax
Users are allowed to check and send faxes remotely by using BizFAX Client
software at any time any places as long as they can access into internet.
4. Intelligent Voice Operating System
When receiving a fax, BizFAX will auto play the voice prompts. User can
customize the voice files according to their own demands.
5. System Shareable
Users will be glad to get rid of an uninteresting task that must run around in
order to make a fax. They can send or receive a fax on any of the computers
in LAN. Moreover, BizFAX will auto send a document to corresponding
extension after received a fax.
6. Multiple-Line Support
If there is quantity of documents waiting to receive or send, system will find
an idle line automatically and balance the load among lines.
7. Auto converting format
BizFAX can auto convert documents in any format (word, excel, pdf, jpg and
gif) to required TIFF format before sending out.
8. Listing of task
All of the submitted fax tasks will form a fax queue automatically before
sending out by BizFAX.
9. Send Group Faxes
Simple organize the different users to a group for sending faxes to they at
the same time. All the success and failure fax information are recorded on
history for reference.
10. Retry of failed fax
We will try the best to ensure each fax can be sent successfully to the
destination in time. When the other party is busy, unanswered or something
else that result in the failure, system will auto resend fax. Here user can set
the time (when) and number of retry times.
11. Auto Distributing
BizFAX can auto distribute the received faxes to corresponding users by
user’s extension number. If system is uncertain of the receiver, fax
administrator will get the faxes and mange them together.
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12. Internally Transferring
It supports the free fax and document transfer internally among all virtual
fax extension users.
13. FAX Notifier
BizFAX will send a notifier to sender whether it successfully finishes the fax
task or not. Either of the computers in LAN receives a fax, system auto will
notify users in time to view and back up all the received and sent faxes.
14. Fax to E-mail
When system is auto distributing the received faxes, and meanwhile it is
sending faxes to a pre-set Email address once users enable the Fax to Email
function.
15. Caller ID
BizFAX support the international FSK CID format and recognize the fax
source correctly for block spam faxes directly.
1.3 Hardware
1.Front
Figure 1-1 BizFAX Front
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2.Back
②
③
④ ①
Figure 1-2 BizFAX Backside
Number
①
②
③
④
Description
Power Connection
Internet Connection(RJ45)
FXO Port:Connect with(PSTN)lines
FXS Port:Connect with physical fax machine
Note: LED On:
LED (Green): stands for FXS port
LED (Red): stands for FXO port
1.4 Package Contents
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1 Unit of BizFAX Server
1 Power Cable
1 Internet Line
Few telephone lines [RJ-11]
1 Installation CD including User Manual
Note: If any of the above items is damaged or missing, contact your reseller.
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Hardware Installation
2
2.1 Running Environment
1.Environment
Temperature:+10~35℃
Humidity:20~80%rh
2.Network devices:
Net cable: RJ-45 line
Telephone: RJ-11 telephone lines
2.2 Hardware Connection
1.Connect internet into internet interface on BizFAX and LAN port on
PBX.
2.Connect PSTN line into BizFAX’s FXO port.
3.Connect BizFAX’s FXS port and physical fax machine by phone line
(Rj-11).
4.Connect power cable with BizFAX’s power interface.
5.Put on power to start system.
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Managing BizFAX
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3.1 Log in
1.Put on power with BizFAX server.
2.Double click icon
to open the IE browser, and input the IP address of
BizFAX server.
If user is first time to configure BizFAX by web, please use the BizFAX default
IP address to log in: http://192.168.5.66:8080
3.2 Manager Log In
The default Username is admin and password is password.
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Figure 3-1
If the next page is abnormal after you login, that mainly because of the
safety setting of IE browser. Click here link on this page and follow the
guides to restore the normal page.
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3.3 Status and Management
3.3.1 Line Status
Figure 3-2
Description of all BizFAX Status:
Fax Extension:
Virtual Fax Extension:
1)
: Extension is not login
2)
: Extension is idle
3)
: Extension is in service
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Physical Fax Extension:
1)
: Extension is not login
2)
: Extension is idle
3)
: Extension is in service
Trunk:
PSTN Trunks:
1)
: Red— indicates failed initialization.FXO port hasn’t connected
with PSTN line.
2)
: Blue— indicates succeeded initialization.Trunk is idle.
3)
: Green—indicates succeeded initialization. Trunk is in service.
3.4 General Settings
3.4.1 Fax Extension
Fax extension has two kinds: physical fax machine extension(FXS)and
virtual fax extension.
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Figure 3-3
3.4.1.1 Physical Fax Machine Extension
1. Add Physical Fax Machine
Physical fax exetension is configured through Serve’s Config.Wizard, it
needs the Yeastar’s hardware card support.
It’s impossible to add Physical fax exetension directly on homepage, but you
can plug the TDM800 card with FXS modules, through this way you can get
more physical fax extensions after finishing the ‘Config.Wizard’. The newly
generated fax extension will be showed as ‘Undefined’ and status is ‘Error’;
the extension can’t be used until you configure it. Please refer to ‘Edit
Physical Fax Machine (FXS) Extension’.
2. Edit Physical Fax Machine(FXS)Extension
You should fill in the following blacks:
1.Extension Info
·Account – Extension number
2.User Profile
·Name – User Name/ Nickname
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·Group – group contacts on Client
Figure 3-4
3.4.1.2 Virtual Fax Extension
1. Add Virtual Fax Extension
You should fill in the following blacks:
1.Extension Info
·Account – Extension number (SIP number)
·Password
User can login the BizFAX Client on this account.
2.User Profile
·Name – User Name/ Nickname
·Group – group contacts on Client
·Mobile Phone Number
·Send Fax to Email – once enable this function, system will send the
received fax to user’s Email address.
· E-mail address: be used to receive fax
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Figure 3-5
2. Remove Virtual Fax Extension
Click the extension that you want to remove, and click ‘Delete Extension’
key.
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3.4.2 Trunk
Figure 3-6
Trunk is configured through Serve’s Config Wizard, it needs the Yeastar’s
hardware card support.
Add PSTN(FXO)Trunk
It’s impossible to add PSTN trunk directly on homepage, but you can plug the
TDM800 card with FXO modules, through this way you can get more PSTN
trunks after finishing the ‘Config.Wizard’. The trunk can be available when you
plug PSTN line into the FXO port on the TDM800 card.
Add SIP Trunk(T.30/T.38)
SIP trunk (T.30/T.38) can not work until you fill in the SIP information correctly,
you can ask VOIP Provider about details.
Add E1 Trunk
It’s impossible to add E1 trunk directly on homepage, but you can plug the
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YE110 card in the server, through this way you can get E1 trunks after finishing
the ‘Config Wizard’.
3.4.3 Outbound Routes
Outbound routing mainly works for gudies outgoing calls to go through
trunks.
Figure 3-7
3.4.3.1. Buildup Outbound Routes
1)Click ‘Add Outboud Route’ and fill in the name of outbound route on ‘General’.
2)Dedicate routings for different type of calls.
On ‘Apply this rule to’ , please fill in the following blacks:
·Calls to Numbers starting with - To allow all those outgoing call numbers begin
by this prefix number to use this outbound route.
For example, if set this prefix as 9, then all the telephone numbers that begin by
9 will call out through this routing.
·Calls from Extension(s)– Extensions allowed to use this routing.
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3)Appoint a calling way for outgoing calls
‘Make outbound calls on’,you can choose the type of trunk
1. All trunks
2. All SIP trunks
3. All PSTN trunks
4. All E1/T1 trunks
5. Customized – User can appoint other type of trunk
4)Other
Deleted Prefix Count: If you set the number is 1, when you dial number
91234567, system will delete the first number 9, and the real dialing out
number would be 1234567; if you set the number is 2, system will delete the 91,
and the real dialing out number would be 234567.
Direct-Out number: If you set a number here, all the outging calls thourgh this
route will guide to this number directly. It usually use for multi-branch
connection.
Figure 3-8
3.4.3.2. Remove Route
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Click on the route and then click ‘Delete Selected route’.
3.5 Inboud Call Settings
3.5.1 Auto Attendant
The auto attendant plays: Welcome to xxx Company. For product
information, please press 1; For technical support, please press 2; For help
press 0 or dial extension number directly.
Figure 3-9
3.5.1.1 Setup Auto Attendant
Click ‘Add Auto Attendant’ as shown on Figure 3-10
1)Name (Virtual Fax Extension Number)
2)Click ‘View’ to choose the voice file you want to upload. This file will copy to
BizFAX system \prompts\MusicOnHold catalog. Please refer to Appendix A
3)Whether to enable ‘Direct Dial to Extension Number’ or not
If disable it, user has no right to call extensions directly except press the
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number (DTMF) on IVR.
If enable it, user is able to call extension directly as well as pressing the keys
provided by IVR (DTMF).
4)Make IVR on Menu
Choose the action for corresponding key. You have three options here,
Extension, virtual extension number(IVR or Ring Group) or fill in telephone
number directly.
Figure 3-10
3.5.1.2 Remove IVR
Select the item you’d like to remove and click ‘Delete Selected’ key.
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3.5.2 Inbound Routes
Inbound routing mainly works for gudies incoming calls to reach destination
extension within the business hours or out of working hours.
Figure 3-11
3.5.2.1 Buildup Inbound Routes
1)Click ‘Add Inboud Route’ and fill in the name of inbound route in ‘General’.
2)Dedicate routings for different type of calls.
Please input the number length on ‘Callin number length’
·Caller ID Number (DID/DDI number/mask)
Note:If empty caller ID number, it would be suitable for all incoming calls,
and "00*" suitable for the calls that begin with 00.
You can enter multiple numbers here and separate them by semi-com.。
3)Appoint the source for incoming calls
1. All trunks
2. All SIP trunks
3. All PSTN trunks
4. All E1/T1 trunks
5. Customized – User can appoint other type of trunk
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4)Route calls to
You can choose the options for aswer incoming calls.
Figure 3-12
3.5.2.2 Remove Route
Click on the route and then click ‘Delete Selected route’.
3.5.3 Blacklist
Blacklist can forbid unwanted calls.
3.5.3.1 Add Blacklist
1)Click ‘Add Blacklist’ key to into the page as Figure 3-13
2)Input the annoying number on the item ‘Number’ to forbid all the incoming
calls from this number
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Figure 3-13
3.5.3.2 Remove Blacklist
Selected the item and then click ‘Delete Blacklist’ key.
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3.6 System Settings
3.6.1 Gnereal Settings
1. Country
Select the country to match with the country’s tone cadence.
2. Fax Settings
1)The fax page header:This value will be showed on the fax page header
when sending out.
2)The fax page footer:This value will be showed on the fax page footer
when sending out.
3)Auto added extension number in the fax page footer: When the fax is
being sent, the system will automatically add the extension number in the
upper right corner of fax paper.
4)Prompt callee send FAX signal: Enable this setting. And the system will
automatically prompt the callee to send a fax signal.
For example: when the callee use a combo fax machine (telephone and fax
using the same machine), you should prompt him manually to offer the fax
signal in order to make the fax transmission successfully. So you can enable
this functions, system will send the prompt automatically.
5)Error Correction Mode(ECM):
The noise of telephone line or the weakness signal occurring in fax
transmission may result in intermittent fax failures. After enable the "Error
correction Mode", the client of receiver's fax machine will check the fax
information and find out if any error occurred in the period of receiving. If
errors are detected, the client of receiver’s fax will request the sender’s fax
machine re-send all or part of the fax information.
Under the normal circumstances, ECM should be enabled. If you must close
the ECM to make the fax transmission successful, please claim telephone
service providers to check the quality of telephone line.
6)The retry times for failed faxes: When system failed to send fax, it will
try X times as configured.
7)The retry times if called is busy: The callee is busy when system send
fax, it will try X times as configured.
3. E1/T1 Settings
1)E1/T1 Note Type:
Pri_net: PRI signalling, Network side (for instance,side that provides the
dial tone)
Pri_cpe: PRI signaling, CPE side
2)E1/T1 DTMF Type: Inband,Pri_info.
3)E1/T1 Codec Type:U_Law,A_Law.
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4)E1/T1 Caller ID: Use the E1/T1 line to callout and the system will use
this ID as caller id if you don’t specify caller id of the extension
4. File Path
Path for fax file
If you empty it, file will be saved on sounddata folder under program path
5. Keep Call History For:
You have options ‘Not Save’, ‘Save a moth’, ‘Save 3 months’, ‘Save 6 months
and ’Save forever’.
Figure 3-14
3.6.2 System Prompts
1)Dial Tone
2)Ring Back Tone: Caller hears this sound after get through.
3)Call failed: Prompt the caller that the call failed.
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4)Call Busy: Prompt the caller that callee is busy now.
5)Invalid key in IVR: Prompt the caller that the key pressed is invalid.
6)Prompt callee send FAX signal:
For example: when the callee use a combo fax machine (telephone and fax
using the same machine), you should prompt him manually to offer the fax
signal in order to make the fax transmission successfully. So you can enable
this function, system will send the prompt automatically.
Figure 3-15
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3.6.3 Advanced Module Settings
Administrator can enable the advanced functions of BizFAX that includes
E-mail settings and short message services.
3.6.3.1 Email Server Settings
User must configure this setting in advance before using email to send fax.
1) General Settings
Email Account:Enter a complete email address
Password:Enter the password of Email account.
The name used on Email:Please enter your name or nickname. If you entered
name, the receiver will know the sender directly without open the email.
Otherwise, receiver will see the sender’s email address only.
Receive Email Server(POP3):POP3(PostOffice Protocol 3)server is used to
receive emails and user’s email will save on it.
POP3 Port:The default is ‘110’.
Use SSL for security on this server(POP3):If the server of receiving email
needs to authenticate the receiver, you need to select the check box.
Send Email Server (SMTP):SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server is
used to transfer and send the emails that sent by users.
SMTP Port:The default is ‘25’.
Use SSL for security on this server(SMTP):If the server of sending email
needs to authenticate the sender, you need to select the check box.
After filling out the above information, you can click on the ‘Email Test’ button to
check whether the setup is OK and email is workable. If the test is successful,
you can use the email safely; If test failed, please check the above information
is correct or network is proper.
2) Settings of receiving faxes(Mail to FAX)
Authetification Code: It used to verify whether the received email is
authorized to send fax or not.
The interval of auto receiving new emails: email server will auto receive
new emails at regular intervals
3) Settings of sending faxes(FAX to Mail)
The attach format when transferring fax to email: BizFAX support TIF and
PDF formats to transfer the faxes to email account.
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Figure 3-16
3.6.3.2 SMS Service Settings
BizFAX supports sending and receiving SMS through the platform of third-part
operators. All operators are OK as long as they support http porotocol to send
text messages.
3.6.4 Backing up & Restore
As an administrator, you can backup database shown on Figure 3-17. Click
‘Back Up’ butoon and choose a destination to save the file.
The Restore option will restore your data to the existing database. Select
the type of data you want to restore and click Browse to choose the location
of the backup file to load, and then click RESTORE. The data is restored to
the database.
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Figure 3-17
3.6.5 Administrator
You can change the password here.
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3.7 Reports
3.7.1 Fax Logs
Fax Log captures all call details: start/expiration date, fax type, status, and
theme and so on. For administrator’s convenience, admin can search
information by fax time, type, sort and status and export them into CSV file.
Figure 3-18
3.7.2 Call Logs
Call Log captures all call details: calling time, caller number, callee number, call
type, call duration and so on. For administrator’s convenience, admin can
search information by calling time, call type and call duration and export them
into CSV file.
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Figure 3-19
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3.7.3 Server Status
Administrator can monitor the server performance through staturs.
Figure 3-20
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Using BizFAX
Make two examples for the below typical applications:
 Usage of sending fax
 Usage of receiving fax
FXO port of TDM800 card should connect with PSTN line, FXS port of
TDM800 card should connect with physical fax machines.
For example, BizFAX has virtual fax Extensions 501 and 502 and physical fax
Extensions 601 and 602 (FXS); PSTN Trunk OutPSTN1 and OutPSTN2.
Out
PSTN 1
Out
PSTN2
PSTN Trunk
BizFAX
Virtual Fax Ext
Physical Fax Ext.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
501
502
601
602
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4.1 Usage of Sending Fax
Out
PSTN Trunk
Access Code“9”
PSTN1
Port
Out
PSTN2
PSTN Trunk
BizFAX
Virtual Fax Ext
Physical Fax Ext.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
501
502
601
602
On the above demonstrated environment:
Suppose the settings of outbound routes are as below:
Route Name:9
Apply this rule to: fax from extension(s)——All Extensions
Make outbound calls on: Trunk Sequence—— All PSTN trunks
Other: Deleted Prefix Count——1
Send fax through physical fax machine
If the extension 501 wants to send a fax to 0123-1234123, he can dial:
9+0123-1234123
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4.2 Usage of Receiving FAX
Out
PSTN1
Out
PSTN2
PSTN Trunk
BizFAX
Virtual Fax Ext
Physical Fax Ext.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
Ext. No.
501
502
601
602
On the above demonstrated environment:
Suppose the settings of inbound routes are as below:
Route Name: All
Source: Trunk Sequence——All Trunks
Route calls to: Destination——IVR 7777
For example: All the incoming calls will be answered by IVR 7777 and then
forwarded to corresponding extension according to the transferring list.
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Appendix A Modify BizFAX IP
Address
The default IP address of BizFAX is 192.168.5.66, maybe it’s different from
your network segment, and therefore we have to change IP address before
visiting.
BizFAX has built-in VNC server, users can change IP address by VNC remote
controlling.
1 Method of change IP
Following diagram tells you the way of changing BizFAX IP address.
Install VNC Client on
User’s computer
Make user’s
computer IP to
same as BizFAX’s
Run VNC Client and
visit BizFAX server
segment
Change BizFAX
Revert use’s
server’s IP, and
computer IP to
make sure it can visit
original address
Internet
Use VNC to connect
BizFAX server
again.
2 Example
For example, a company’s network segment is 192.168.1.xxx, and a
computer’s IP is 192.168.1.10, and BizFAX’s IP is 192.168.5.66
Note: here we use ‘CA’ to stand for Computer A with IP 192.168.1.10
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Then it’s possible to modify BizFAX’s IP into company’s segment.
Step1:Download and install VNC Client on CA (refer to Appendix E VNC
Installation). VNC download address
http://www.yeastar.com/download/VNC.exe
Step2:Change the default IP of CA (192.168.1.10 like Figure A-1) into the
same segment of BizFAX, like Figure A-2 (192.168.5.61)
Figure A-1
Figure A-2
Step3:Run VNC Client on CA and enter the IP of BizFAX (192.168.5.66), see
Figure A-3
Figure A-3
Click ‘Connect’ key, and enter ‘password’ on password and click ‘OK’ to connect
with BizFAX server. See Figure A-4
Note: The default password for connection is ‘password’; please refer to
Appendix F about the way of changing VNC server password.
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<Figure A-4>
Step4 : Change BizFAX’s IP and make it same as user original segment,
‘192.168.1.11’. Meantime, user can setup gateway so as to visit Internet well.
Exit VNC Client at last.
Figure A-5
Step5:click “BackupOS” backup the change. See Figure A-6
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Figure A-6
Step6:Reverts CA’s IP to original address that is 192.168.1.10 as on Figure A-7
Figure A-7
Step7: Use VNC again to connect with BizFAX, and now the IP address should
be ‘192.168.1.11’
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Appendix
B
Customizing
WAV
Format
Here, users can customize a WAV file through Windows accessories recorder,
or through other software to finish the format, like CoolEdit.
(WAV Format: 8,000 kHz,4 Bit, Mono 3KB/sec)
Step:
Start menuProgramAttachment Entertainment Recorder
1. Record the prompt message file
Figure B-1
2. Save it As
Figure B-2
3. Change the format; click the button as Figure B-3
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Figure B-3
4. Choose an entry on ‘Sound Selection’
Format: IMA ADPCM
Attributes: 8,000 kHz,4 Bit, Mono 3KB/sec
Figure B-4
5. Click ‘OK’ to save the settings and voice files.
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Appendix C Country/Region List
BizFAX supports the following countries’ and regions’ telecommunication parameters:
ARGENTINA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRIA
BAHRAIN
BELGIUM
BRAZIL
BULGARIA
CANADA
CHILE
CHINA
COLUMBIA
CROATIA
CYPRUS
CZECH
DENMARK
ECUADOR
EGYPT
ELSALVADOR
FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
GREECE
GUAM
HONGKONG
HUNGARY
ICELAND
INDIA
INDONESIA
IRELAND
ISRAEL
ITALY
JAPAN
JORDAN
KAZAKHSTAN
KUWAIT
LATVIA
LEBANON
LUXEMBOURG
MACAO
MALAYSIA
MALTA
MEXICO
MOROCCO
NETHERLANDS
NEWZEALAND
NIGERIA
NORWAY
OMAN
PAKISTAN
PERU
PHILIPPINES
POLAND
PORTUGAL
ROMANIA
RUSSIA
SAUDIARABIA
SINGAPORE
SLOVAKIA
SLOVENIA
SOUTHAFRICA
SOUTHKOREA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZERLAND
SYRIA
TAIWAN
THAILAND
UAE
UK
USA
YEMEN
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