VoIP Paging Amplifier with Elastix
Server Setup Guide
1.0 Setup Diagram
Figure 1-1 is a setup diagram for a single VoIP Paging Amplifier configuration.
In this configuration, the VoIP Paging Amplifier acts as a standalone SIP
telephony device.
Figure 1-1. Setup Diagram
2.0 Host PC Environment
Table 2-1. Host Server Environment Details
Hardware Type
Hardware Version
Software Type
Software Version
Elastix Appliance ELX-Series
3.0 Test Setup Equipment
Table 3-1. Test Setup Equipment
IP (SIP) Phone
CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier
PoE Switch
4.0 Setup Procedure
To set up the Elastix Server for the CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier,
1. Go to the web address of the Elastix Server Login page. The web address is
determined by the customer, for this guide we have used the IP address
2. On the Login page, type the username and password for an administrative user into
the Username: and Password: fields, see Figure 4-1. The user name and password are
determined by the customer.
Figure 4-1. Login
3. Press Enter or click on the Submit button to go to Elastix‟s Dashboard
4. Once inside, click on the PBX tab on the menu at the top of the screen
Figure 4-2. Dashboard
5. Click on the Submit button to add an extension, see Figure 4-3. This will take you to
the Add SIP Extension page, see Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-3. Add an Extension
6. On the Add SIP Extension page (Figure 4-4), fill in the following information:
• User Extension (310 in this example)
• Display Name („CyberData Paging Amplifier‟ in this example)
• secret („43f0j93f099y8‟ in this example)
Figure 4-4. Add SIP Extension
7. Click on the „Submit‟ button at the end of the page. The extension will be created and
you will see the page on Figure 4-5 displaying the “Apply Configuration Changes Here”
pink ribbon on top of the screen.
8. Click in the “Apply Configuration Changes Here” link
Figure 4-5. Apply Configuration Changes Here
9. With this you have just finished creating a SIP extension that will be used by the
VoIP Paging Amplifier to register with the Elastix Server. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 to
similarly create another extension (different values on Step 6) to be used by the IP (SIP)
Phone to register as well (extension 320 in this example). Once finished you will see
something similar to Figure 4-6
Figure 4-6. VoIP Paging Amplifier and IP Phone extensions successfully created
10. To register the Paging Amplifier, you will need to enter the information from the
extension created on the Elastix Server into the Paging Amplifier by logging into the
CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier WebUI.
Log into the CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier WebUI (Figure 4-7) by pointing your
browser to the Paging Amplifier‟s IP address.
For the initial configuration of the Paging Amplifier, refer to the VoIP Paging Amplifier
Operation Guide PDF which can be found at the VoIP Paging Amplifier product page
at: http://www.cyberdata.net/products/voip/digitalanalog/ceilingspkr2/docs.html
Table 4-1. Factory Default Settings
Note You may also download CyberData‟s VoIP Discovery Utility program which
allows you to easily find and configure the default web address of the CyberData VoIP
CyberData‟s VoIP Discovery Utility program is available at the following web address:
11. When prompted, enter the following Web Access Username and Web Access
Password to access the CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier WebUI (Figure 4-7)
Figure 4-7. CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier WebUI
12. Use the information from the Add SIP Extension page (Figure 4-4) to enter the
following information on the SIP Config page of the VoIP Paging Amplifier:
• SIP Server ( in this example)
• SIP User ID (310 in this example)
• Authenticate ID (310 in this example)
• Authenticate Password (43f0j93f099y8 in this example)
• Dial out Extension (320 in this example)
Note Figure 4-8 is an example of a CyberData VoIP Paging Amplifier that is configured
to extension 310
Figure 4-8. SIP Config Page
13. Click on the Save button at the bottom of the screen and then on the Reboot button
next to it. The screen on Figure 4-9 will be shown
Figure 4-9. Paging Amplifier Reboot Timer
14. After the Paging Amplifier finishes rebooting, the green Status LED on the Paging
Amplifier will remain lit to indicate normal operation.
15. To test the Paging Amplifier‟s call reception feature, pick up the previously
configured IP (SIP) Phone and call the Paging Amplifier‟s extension number (310 in
this example). When the call is established, speak into the phone and verify that you can
hear your voice through the Paging Amplifier.
This step completes the procedure.
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