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CyberData SIP Paging Adapter Integration
with Zultys MX
Author: Zultys Technical Support Department
This document covers the integration of CyberData’s SIP Paging Adapter with the Zultys MX. This document
was written for MX Version 8.0 and the following CyberData Products
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011099C SPEAKER,V2,VoIP INDOOR PAGING,CEILING/WALL MOUNT
011233A ADAPTER,V3 SIP PAGING,RoHS COMPLIANT
All support and supporting documentation for CyberData should be obtained from CyberData itself. This
document assumes the reader is at least a Zultys Certified Systems Expert (ZCSE), and is familiar with creating
Users, Devices, and Paging (both SIP based and Multicast based) in general. This document also assumes the
reader is familiar with setting up CyberData Paging equipment and/or has access to the Manuals for the
CyberData equipment, as several sections are left out of this manual such as setting up the network
configuration of the CyberData Equipment and pin outs for relay, and audio out usage.
For more information on the integration process see integration section.
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1 Contents
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
INTEGRATION ......................................................................................................................... 3
SIP PAGE ................................................................................................................................. 3
PURE MULTICAST ..................................................................................................................... 4
TRADITIONAL PAGING EQUIPMENT .......................................................................................... 4
INCLUDING CEILING SPEAKERS ................................................................................................ 4
MULTICAST PAGING .............................................................................................................. 4
HOW MULTICAST PAGING WORKS ........................................................................................... 4
CAVEATS OF MULTICAST PAGING............................................................................................. 5
ADVANTAGES OF MULTICAST PAGING ..................................................................................... 5
SIP PAGING.............................................................................................................................. 6
HOW SIP PAGING WORKS ....................................................................................................... 6
CAVEATS OF SIP PAGING ......................................................................................................... 6
ADVANTAGES OF SIP PAGING .................................................................................................. 6
CREATING A GENERIC SIP DEVICE ON THE MX FOR NIGHT RING CAPABILITIES ...... 6
CREATE GENERIC SIP PROFILE ................................................................................................. 6
CREATE GENERIC SIP DEVICE................................................................................................... 7
CREATE USER AND ASSIGN USER TO THE DEVICE ..................................................................... 8
CREATING A GENERIC SIP DEVICE ON THE MX FOR PAGING CAPABILITIES .............. 9
CREATE GENERIC SIP PROFILE ................................................................................................. 9
CREATE GENERIC SIP DEVICE................................................................................................. 10
CREATE USER AND ASSIGN USER TO THE DEVICE ................................................................... 11
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MX PAGING SERVER AND USER CONFIGURATION ........................................................ 11
8
CYBERDATA SIP PAGING ADAPTER SETUP ..................................................................... 11
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
9
HOME SCREEN ....................................................................................................................... 12
DEVICE CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................... 13
SIP CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................. 14
NIGHTRINGER CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................. 16
MULTICAST CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 17
AUDIO CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................ 18
CONFIGURATION FOR ZIP5 DEVICES ............................................................................... 19
9.1 PHONE CONFIGURATION FROM THE ADVANCE TAB OF THE ZIP5 PROFILE .............................. 19
9.1.1 EXAMPLE 1 (57I) .............................................................................................................................. 19
9.1.2 EXAMPLE 2 (53E) ............................................................................................................................. 20
9.2 MULTIPLE ZONES OR GROUPS ................................................................................................ 20
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10.1
10.2
10.3
11
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
12
CONFIGURATION FOR ZIP3 DEVICES ............................................................................. 20
TO LISTEN FOR MULTICAST PAGING ..................................................................................... 20
CONFIGURING PAGE BUTTON .............................................................................................. 20
MULTIPLE ZONES OR GROUPS.............................................................................................. 21
CEILING SPEAKER INTEGRATION .................................................................................... 21
HOME SCREEN ..................................................................................................................... 21
DEVICE CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................... 22
SIP CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................... 23
NIGHTRINGER CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................... 24
MULTICAST CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................. 25
MXNETWORK INTEGRATION ........................................................................................... 25
12.1 PAGING BETWEEN NODES.................................................................................................... 25
12.1.1 PAGING BETWEEN NODES USING CYBERDATA PAGING EXTENSION ............................................. 25
12.1.2 PAGING BETWEEN NODES USING MX PAGE SERVER ...................................................................... 25
12.2 FAILOVER SITUATION ........................................................................................................... 25
2 Integration
CyberData SIP Paging Adapter can be integrated in multiple ways with the Zultys MX, each
integration option has its unique benefits and draw backs. For the best integration Zultys
recommends using Multicast, this will preclude you from integrating with Polycom and other
phones that do not support Multicast paging. The CyberData Paging Adapter requires DTMF
Selection to make a page when using it’s SIP capabilities, thus it cannot be fully integrated with
the MX Paging Server. The CyberData Paging Adapter provides a method to integrate Multicast
Paging with Traditional Paging equipment my providing 600 OHM In and Output options as well
as providing Relay Control.
The CyberData SIP Paging Adapter can listen in to Multicast Streams that are pre-defined and
relay this pages to its Audio Out ports to traditional Paging equipment (this does not require
DTMF input), or it be called directly by using an extension assigned to it, and inputting a
required DTMF digit to start the page. This page is only played over the audio out of the
CyberData Paging Adapter.
2.1 SIP Page
When integrating the Zultys MX with the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter, Zultys recommends to
integrate the CyberData Paging Adapter by calling the extension assigned to the CyberData
Paging Adapter, selecting the paging operation via DTMF. The page will only be played over the
Audio Out of the CyberData Paging Adapter. Due to the DTMF requirement of this device, it is
not possible to integrate the CyberData Paging Adapter directly into the MX’s Paging Server.
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Traditional paging equipment can be integrated into this solution using CyberData SIP Paging
Adapter’s Audio Out and Relays.
2.2 Pure Multicast
When using CyberData paging equipment you can integrate as a pure multicast solution, in that
you will no longer use the paging services of the MX, and rely purely on Multicast capabilities of
the ZIP5, ZIP3 and CyberData equipment. When using CyberData’s SIP Paging Adapter you may
either dedicate a unique paging button on the phone per page zone. The ZIP5 and ZIP3 phones
only support listening to 5 multicast paging zones.
Traditional paging equipment can be integrated into this solution using CyberData SIP Paging
Adapter’s Audio Out and Relays.
Users will press a predefined paging button on the ZIP5 and ZIP3 devices to initiate the page,
this will start a multicast from the device to all other devices listening to the same multicast IP
address and Port pair. ZIP2 and Polycom phones cannot be part of a multicast page.
2.3 Traditional Paging Equipment
Traditional Paging equipment can be integrated into either integration option (SIP or Multicast)
by either the MX or CyberData SIP Paging Adapter. It is recommended to use the CyberData
SIP Paging Adapter to integrate with traditional paging equipment due to CyberData Page out is
a 600 OHM output and offers the ability to include relays, where the MX output is line out and
does not offer relay capability.
If integrating multiple locations with traditional paging equipment it is recommended to use the
CyberData Paging Adapter to integrate additional locations using SIP paging from the MX, and
the CyberData Paging Adapter to integrate to the traditional paging equipment.
2.4 Including Ceiling Speakers
When integrating Ceiling speakers, you may use traditional paging equipment, or it is
recommended to use additional CyberData Ceiling Speakers.
3 Multicast Paging
3.1 How Multicast Paging Works
After a user presses a configured “Paging” key on the phone, the phone sends a page message
(which is an RTP stream, hereinafter referred to as a “page”) to a preconfigured multicast
address. Any device in the local network listens for the page on the preconfigured multicast
address. The device will display the multicast page sent/received address to the user. You can
define multiple multicast zones by using a different multicast IP or port number, a single device
can listen to multiple IP:Port combinations.
The device uses G711 uLaw CODEC for multicast paging.
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The recipient can drop the incoming page if required. The recipient can also press Do Not
Disturb (DND) or other “ignore” options on the device to ignore/reject any incoming pages.
3.2 Caveats of Multicast Paging
Multicast paging is supported on ZIP5/ZIP3 phones only. There is no guaranteed interoperability
with any other Zultys-supported phones. CyberData Paging Equipment is an exception, as it has
been tested and certified to work properly with the ZIP5/ZIP3 phones. The ZIP2xN phones and
MXIE Softphone does not support multicast paging. The 57iCT cordless handset cannot initiate a
multicast page.
This service is typically non-routable, and cannot be used to page across the MXnetwork or to
remote devices.
Note: The Group Paging Settings are dependent on the setting for the “Allow Barge In”
parameter.
Note: Multicast page is one-way only - from sender to the receiver.
Note: For outgoing pages, all other existing calls on the phone are put on hold.
For incoming pages, the ringing display is dependent on the “Allow Barge In” parameter. If this
parameter is disabled, and there is no other call on the phone, then the paging is automatically
played via the preferred audio device.
If there is an existing call on the phone, the call initially displays in the ringing state. The user has
the option to accept/ignore the call. If the “Allow Barge In” parameter is enabled, the page call
barges in, and any existing calls are put on hold.
If a page session already exists on the phone, and the phone receives another incoming page, the
priority is given to the first multicast session and the second multicast session is ignored. The
behavior for the incoming calls in this case is also based on the setting for the “Allow Barge In”
parameter. The incoming call is handled as if there were an existing call already on the phone.
3.3 Advantages of Multicast Paging
Multicast paging allows for virtually unlimited paging capability in a local network, does not
require a session license to operate, and is almost instantaneous, as it does not require the
phones to acknowledge the page request.
Multicast paging is a certified option to increase the number of devices in a page zone from 32
phones on an MX 250 or 16 phones on a MX30 to a virtually unlimited number.
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4 SIP Paging
4.1 How SIP Paging Works
SIP paging works as follows: the user places a SIP call to the CyberData Paging Adapter with an
auto answer flag and the CyberData Pagign Adapter answers the call requesting the user to
press “0” to create a page, the pager then in played over the CyberData Paging Adapter only.
No phones can be paged using this integration method.
4.2 Caveats of SIP Paging
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Session License is required.
SBC Licenses are required if SIP paging is used with Remote phone(s).
The user is relying on the paging capabilities of the CyberData Paging Adapter only no
phones will be included in the page.
The Cyber Data paging Adapter cannot be included in the MX Paging Server
4.3 Advantages of SIP Paging
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Works with remote devices.
5 Creating a Generic SIP Device on the MX for night ring
capabilities
If using the night ring capabilities of the SIP Page Adapter, a generic SIP device and a user is
required to be created on the MX. For basic operation a Generic SIP device is created on the
MX and assigned to a user. The CyberData equipment will register as this Generic SIP Device,
this device is then invited by the MX when the extension is rang triggering the night ring
capabilities of the CyberData equipment. If not integrating the Night Ring capabilities of the
CyberData equipment this section may be skipped.
5.1 Create Generic SIP Profile
In order to create a Generic SIP Device, it is recommended to create a unique Generic SIP
Device Profile to control the codecs, functions and number of lines used by CyberData
Equipment, this device profile should be the same profile used with the paging device.
Make sure that the following options are selected.
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Sends SIP Register:
Checked.
Supports SIP based
configuration: Checked.
Number of Lines: 1.
Supported auto-answer
type: All Calls.
Codecs: G711U and
G711A.
Send unsolicited NOTIFY
for messages: Unchecked.
Send Syslog event when
device is not registered..:
This is an optional selection
that is recommended to
allow the MX to generate a
syslog notification if the
paging equipment is off line
The remaining options are
unchecked.
5.2 Create Generic SIP Device
Create a generic SIP device on the MX for the MX to integrate with CyberData Equipment. The
CyberData equipment will register with the MX using this Generic SIP Device.
Make sure that the following options are selected.
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Device Type: Generic SIP
device.
Add Single Device:
Selected.
Click Next to proceed to the
next screen.
Profile: Select the Generic
SIP Device Profile created in
section 5.1.
Default Location: Select the
proper location from the
drop-down.
Device ID: Type the ID to
register CyberData
Equipment Ringing extension.
Contact: Not used.
SIP Proxy Password: Type
the password if required.
5.3 Create User and Assign User to the Device
After creating the device that will interface with CyberData Equipment, create a user and assign
the user to this device. This document assumes the reader is a ZCSE trained and a certified
technician. Since this process is covered by ZCSE training, it is considered to be outside the
scope of this document.
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6 Creating a Generic SIP Device on the MX for paging
capabilities
When using the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter for paging capabilities, Zultys recommends
creating a Generic SIP Device and a user for the CyberData Paging equipment. Only a single
device and User is required for paging purposes only, the Night Ringer will require its own user
and device. The Paging features of the CyberData Equipment interfaces with the MX system
through a preconfigured MX user. A single user / device will interface with the MX for paging
purposes. To initiate a paging message over CyberData Paging Equipment, place a call to this
user / device combination to start the paging process. This same user cannot be included in the
MX’s standard page groups. If not using SIP Paging integration, this section may be skipped.
6.1 Create Generic SIP Profile
In order to create a Generic SIP Device, it is recommended to create a unique Generic SIP
Device Profile to control the codecs, functions and number of lines used by CyberData
Equipment, this device profile should be the same profile used with the night ring device.
Make sure that the following options are selected.
Sends SIP Register:
Checked.
Supports SIP based
configuration: Checked.
Number of Lines: 1.
Supported auto-answer
type: All Calls.
Codecs: G711U and
G711A.
Send unsolicited NOTIFY
for messages: Checked.
Send Syslog event when
device is not registered..:
This is an optional selection
that is recommended to
allow the MX to generate a
syslog notification if the
paging equipment is off line
The remaining options are
unchecked.
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6.2 Create Generic SIP Device
Create a generic SIP device on the MX for the MX to integrate with CyberData Equipment.
Make sure that the following options are selected.
Device Type: Generic SIP
device.
Add Single Device:
Selected.
Click Next to proceed to the
next screen.
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Profile: Select the Generic
SIP Device Profile created in
section 6.1.
Default Location: Select the
proper location from the
drop-down.
Device ID: Type the ID to
register CyberData Paging
extension.
Contact: Not used.
SIP Proxy Password: Type
the password if required.
6.3 Create User and Assign User to the Device
After creating the device that will interface with CyberData Paging Equipment, create a user and
assign the user to this device. This document assumes the reader is a ZCSE trained and a
certified technician. Since this process is covered by ZCSE training, it is considered to be outside
the scope of this document. Note that you need to create and assign a paging profile to the user
if they will be using SIP paging.
7 MX Paging Server and User Configuration
The CyberData SIP Paging Adapter CANNOT be integrated with the MX’s Paging Server, as the
CyberData Paging Adapter requires DTMF Selection to make a Page.
8 CyberData SIP Paging Adapter Setup
When deploying the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter it is recommended to use DHCP.
CyberData provides a “Discovery Utility” that can be downloaded from their website
(http://www.cyberdata.net/support/voip/discovery_utility.html) to initially discover the IP
address of the SIP Paging Adapter, once configured to register with the Zultys MX, the IP
address can be found using the MX’s device status screen in the MXAdministrator UI. Using the
CyberData Discovery Utility to obtain the current IP address of the CyberData SIP Paging
Adapter login using a web browser using the default username of “admin” and the default of
“admin”. For more information on using the discovery utility and basic setup of the CyberData
equipment, please refer to the operating manuals from CyberData. If using the pure multicast
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integration option, the CyberData equipment will not be registering with the MX, and it is
suggested to set static IPs to all CyberData equipment, or use the “Discover Utility” to identify
the IP addresses assigned to the CyberData Equipment for future administration.
8.1 Home Screen
After loging into the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter using your favorite browser you are
immediately taken to the Home Screen which will display the following information
On the Left side you will find your navigation
options,
Device Name: Shows the device name (25
character limit). If using multiple Paging Adapters,
please provide a unique name for each speaker.
Change Username: Type in this field to change
the username (25 character limit).
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Default: admin
Change Password: Type in this field to change
the password (19 character limit).

Default: admin
Re-enter Password: Type the password again in
this field to confirm the new password (19
character limit).
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Current Settings:
Provides you with the current IP addressing of the
device, Mac address and serial number.
The home screen will also show the current
registration status, and features enabled on the
CyberData SIP Paging Adapter.
Import/Export Settings
Allows for Importing and Exporting settings of the
CyberData paging Adapter
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
8.2 Device Configuration
On the device configuration screen you can configure several default options for the Paging
Adapter.
Beep on Initialization: Checked
Beep on Page: Checked
Enable lint-in to line-out loopback:
Unchecked
Enable relay on local audio: Unchecked
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When selected, the relay will be closed
any time that audio is played out of the
line-out/page port. This setting is for
legacy analog amplifiers that are often
connected to the page port. Analog
amplifiers will often have a noticeable
hum if they are turned on while there is
no audio being played. The relay closure
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causes these amplifiers to turn on only
when audio is sent to them.
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
When the Test Audio button is
pressed, you will hear a voice message for
testing the device audio quality and volume.
Click on the Test Relay button to do
a relay test.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
8.3 SIP Configuration
SIP configuration screen is used to configure the SIP registration parameters used by the
CyberData SIP Page Speaker to register with the MX for paging purposes. The SIP User ID and
Authentication ID are the same values which is the Device ID created in the MX in section 6 and
assigned to the user created in section 6. Authentication Password is only used if a SIP Proxy
Password is required by the Generic SIP Device created in the MX.
If using MXNetwork with Redundancy it is suggested to add the redundant node to the backup
SIP server of the CyberData Paging Adapter, this way in a failover situation the paging equipment
will continue to function with no intervention. If you are using the pure multicast integration
method, this section may be skipped.
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Enable SIP Operation: Checked
SIP Server: IP or FQDN of the MX
Backup SIP Server 1: Only Used if using
MXNetwork with failover, then will be the IP
address or FQDN of the failover node. Will
dual register with the MXNetwork Node
Backup SIP Server 2: Not Used
Use Cisco SRST: Unchecked
Remote SIP Port: 5060
Local SIP Port: 5060
Outbound Proxy: must be left blank
Outbound Proxy Port: 0
SIP User ID: the Device ID created on the
MX in Section 6
Authentication ID: Same as User ID
Authentication Password: the SIP Proxy
Password for the Device ID created in section
6 (if required)
Register with a SIP Server: Checked
Re-registration Interval: 3600
Unregister on Reboot: Unchecked
Note: if checked will create an issue on
registration, and the device will fail to
register.
Buffer SIP Calls: Optional, if checked the
CyberData SIP Speaker will buffer the page,
and once the call is disconnected, it will make
the page.
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RTP Port (even): 20000
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
8.4 Nightringer Configuration
Nightringer configuration screen is used to configure the SIP registration parameters used by the
CyberData SIP Page Adapter to register with the MX for Night Bell or Nightringer purposes.
The SIP User ID and Authentication ID are the same values which is the Device ID created in
the MX in section 5 and assigned to the user created in section 5. Authentication Password is
only used if a SIP Proxy Password is required by the Generic SIP Device created in the MX. If
you are not using the night ringer capabilities of the CyberData Paging equipment, this section
may be skipped.
Enable Nightringer: Checked
SIP Server: IP or FQDN of the MX
Remote SIP Port: 5060
Local SIP Port: 5061, must be Port 5061
User ID: the Device ID created on the MX in
Section 5
Authentication ID: Same as User ID
Authentication Password: the SIP Proxy
Password for the Device ID created in section
5(if required)
Re-registration Interval: 3600
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
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Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
8.5 Multicast Configuration
Multicast Configuration is used to create multiple zones that the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter
will listen to and relay pages that are received, configure each multicast zone to match the
multicast configuration on the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter.
When playing multicast streams, audio on different streams will preempt each other according
to their priority in the list. An audio stream with a higher priority will interrupt a stream with a
lower priority.
If both SIP and Multicast is enabled, SIP audio streams are considered priority 4.5. SIP audio will
interrupt multicast streams with priority 0 through 4 and will be interrupted by multicast
streams with priority 5 through 9.
During priority 9 multicast streams, the analog volume control is bypassed and the volume level
is set to maximum.
Note SIP calls, buffered SIP calls, multicast streams, buffered multicast streams, ring tones,
ringback tones, and nightring tones are all prioritized.
Ringtones all play at the same priority level. This means that it is possible to have a nightring tone
and a normal ringtone playing at the same time.
The maximum ringtone duration is 2 MB or about four minutes of ulaw audio
Enable Multicast operation: Checked
Address: Enter the IP address of the Multicast
Group.

Note: To disable a relay on a group, use
an IP address of 0.0.0.0.
Port: Enter the port number of the Multicast
Group.

Note: The port range can be from 2000
to 65534 and must be even.
Name: Enter a name for the Multicast Group.
Buffered: Optional, if checked the CyberData
SIP Speaker will buffer the page, and once the
call is disconnected, it will make the page.
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Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
8.6 Audio Configuration
CyberData SIP Paging Adapter allows you replace all the prompts used by the Paging Adapter
with your own custom paging prompts. Custom prompts must be saved as
WAVE audio, Microsoft PCM, 16 bit, mono 8000 Hz
Zultys Technical Support can provide prompts matching the Zultys voice prompts upon request.
Custom files may be uploaded for all prompts
played by the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
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9 Configuration for ZIP5 devices
An Administrator can use the following parameters in the Advanced Tab of the device profile to
create Paging Groups or Zones.
For incoming RTP multicasts, the ringing display is dependent on the “Allow Barge-In”
parameter. If this parameter is disabled, and there is no other call on the phone, then the paging
is automatically played via the preferred audio device (see the model-specific IP Phone User
Guide for setting Audio Mode on the phone).
If there is an existing call on the phone, the call initially displays in the ringing state. The user has
the option to accept/ignore the call. If the “Allow Barge-In” parameter is enabled, the RTP
multicast call barges in, and any existing calls are put on hold.
If an RTP multicast session already exists on the phone, and the phone receives another
incoming RTP multicast session, the priority is given to the first multicast session and the second
multicast session is ignored. The behavior for the incoming calls in this case is also based on the
setting for the “Allow Barge-in” parameter. The incoming call is handled as if there were an
existing call already on the phone.
9.1 Phone Configuration from the Advance Tab of the ZIP5 profile
The Key can be any programmable key on a ZIP5 including
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softkeyN type
topsoftkeyN type
prgkeyN type
expmodX keyN type
KeyN value: is the multicast IP and port you will be paging
KeyN Label: Is the LCD label assigned to this key (if available)
KeyN Type: is always paging
KeyN Locked: optional, for locking changes to the key from web interface
paging group listening: Allows you to specify up to 5 listening multicast addresses to
send/receive a Real Time Transport Protocol (RTP) stream to/from these pre-configured
multicast address(es). Each multicast IP and port combination is separated by a comma.
9.1.1 Example 1 (57i)
In the below example we are creating a single page zone which this phone can send pages to,
and receive pages from. The phone in this example is a 57i phone and the upper left key is the
paging key.
topsoftkey1 value : 234.2.1.1:10002
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topsoftkey1 label : Page
topsoftkey1 type : paging
topsoftkey1 locked : 0
paging group listening : 234.2.1.1:10002
9.1.2 Example 2 (53e)
In the below example we are creating a single page zone which this phone can send pages to,
and receive pages from. The phone in this example is a 53e phone and the upper left key is the
paging key. This device will listen to 2 different paging groups as defined in the paging group
listening entry.
prgkey5 value : 234.2.1.1:10002
prgkey5 type : paging
prgkey5 locked : 0
paging group listening : 234.2.1.1:10002, 234.2.1.2:10004
9.2 Multiple Zones or Groups
If using multiple page groups or zones, for proper integration with ZIP3 devices you must assign
a unique IP address and unique port for each zone.
To configure the device to listen to multiple paging groups, add each additional unique IP and
port pair to the “page group listening :” entry separated by a comma.
10 Configuration for ZIP3 Devices
You can configure a specific key on the phone from MX Administrator that will allow you to
send or receive a page to or from pre-configured multicast address(es). The ZIP3 may listen to
up to 10 different page groups.
10.1 To Listen for Multicast paging
In MX Administrator Navigate to the ZIP3 profile and select the Advanced tab of the device
profile to enable the ZIP3xi to listen to a Multicast page. Add the following lines to the advanced
tab:
[ cfg:/phone/config/vpPhone/MulticastPage.cfg,reboot=0 ]
ListenAddress1.Label = Page_MC
ListenAddress1.IPAddress = 234.2.1.1:10002
ReceivePriority.Active = 1
ReceivePriority.Priority = 0
10.2 Configuring Page Button
In MX Administrator Navigate to the ZIP3 profile and select the Advanced tab of the device
profile to enable the ZIP3xi to make a Multicast page. Add the following lines to the Advanced
tab. In the below example, the “Page” key is the 6th key (or the last/bottom key).
[ cfg:/phone/config/vpPhone/vpPhone.ini,reboot=1 ]
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memory6.DKtype = 24
memory6.Line = 0
memory6.Value = 234.2.1.1:10002
memory6.PickupValue =
10.3 Multiple Zones or Groups
Each new zone or group requires a unique IP address and Port. If you use the same port for all
zones but a unique IP paging will not work.
To add multiple listening groups, change the N value to a value between 1 and 10, and assign a
unique IP and port for each page group.
ListenAddressN.Label = Page_MC
ListenAddressN.IPAddress = [Unique IP]:[Unique Port]
11 Ceiling Speaker Integration
This section provides details on how to integrate CyberData Ceiling Speakers with the
CyberData SIP Paging Server and the Zultys MX. When deploying the CyberData Ceiling
speakers it is recommended to use DHCP. CyberData provides a “Discovery Utility” that can be
downloaded from their website (http://www.cyberdata.net/support/voip/discovery_utility.html)
to initially discover the IP address of the CyberData Ceiling Speakers. Using the CyberData
Discovery Utility to obtain the current IP address of the CyberData Ceiling Speakers login using
a web browser using the default username of “admin” and the default of “admin”. For more
information on using the discovery utility and basic setup of the CyberData equipment, please
refer to the operating manuals from CyberData. If not integrating CyberData Ceiling Speakers,
this section may be skipped.
11.1 Home Screen
After loging into the CyberData Ceiling Speakers using your favorite browser you are
immediately taken to the Home Screen which will display the following information
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On the Left side you will find your navigation
options,
Device Name: Shows the device name (25
character limit). If using multiple paging speakers,
please provide a unique name for each speaker.
Change Username: Type in this field to change
the username (25 character limit).
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Default: admin
Change Password: Type in this field to change
the password (19 character limit).
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Default: admin
Re-enter Password: Type the password again in
this field to confirm the new password (19
character limit).
Current Settings:
Provides you with the current IP addressing of the
device, Mac address and serial number.
The home screen will also show the current
registration status, and features enabled on the
CyberData Speaker.
Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
11.2 Device Configuration
On the device configuration screen you can configure several default options for the paging
speaker.
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Use Digital Volume Control: Unchecked
Speaker Volume: 4
Volume Boot: Unchecked
Activate Relay with DTMF code: Unchecked
DTMF Activation Code: 321
DTMF Activation Duration: 2
Activate Relay during Ring: Unchecked
Activate Relay During Night Ring:
Unchecked
Activate Relay During Call Active:
Unchecked
Beep on Initialization: Checked
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Click on the Save button to save your
configuration settings.
Note: You need to reboot for changes to
take effect.
Click on the Reboot button to reboot
the system.
11.3 SIP Configuration
All Paging functionality and integration to the MX is done by the CyberData SIP Paging Server
itself, all SIP Configuration can be left as default or have all values set to “blank”.
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Enable SIP Operation: Unchecked
SIP Server: Blank
Backup SIP Server 1: Not Used
Backup SIP Server 2: Not Used
Remote SIP Port: 5060
Local SIP Port: 5060
Outbound Proxy: must be left blank
Outbound Proxy Port: 0
SIP User ID: Not Used
Authentication ID: Not Used
Authentication Password: Not Used
Register with a SIP Server: Unchecked
Re-registration Interval: Not Used
Unregister on Reboot: Unchecked
Buffer SIP Calls: Unchecked
Beep on page: Unchecked
Terminate call after delay: 0
RTP Port: blank
11.4 Nightringer Configuration
Nightringer operations should be left as default or blank, as all Night Ring functions will be
controlled by the CyberData SIP Paging Server itself.
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11.5 Multicast Configuration
CyberData Ceiling Speakers cannot be integrated to the SIP Paging Adapter Night Ring abilities,
as the Night Ring function of the Paging Adapter does not convert to Multicast.
12 MXNetwork Integration
12.1 Paging Between Nodes
Integrating the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter with MXNetwork allows for quick and easy
integration of paging between the nodes. Use of the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter allows the
users to dial the extension of the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter at the remote node to use the
CyberData SIP Paging Adapter’s Multicast capability to page users local to the CyberData SIP
Paging Adapter.
12.1.1 Paging Between Nodes Using CyberData Paging Extension
When using the CyberData SIP Paging Adapter with MXNetwork, the remote nodes (nodes that
the CyberData Paging Adapter is NOT registered on) may call the SIP Paging Extension number
directly.
12.1.2 Paging Between Nodes Using MX Page Server
The CyberData SIP Paging Adapter cannot be integrated with the MX Page Server.
12.2 Failover Situation
In a failover situation users will have to dial the extension of the CyberData Speaker itself, as
Paging Information is not included in the fail over process currently.
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