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Cyberdata 011410 SIP h.264 Video Outdoor Intercom Guide
CyberData and CyberSoftPhone Point to
Point Configuration Guide
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Revision Information
Version
1.0
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Date
28-Apr-17
Revision
Initial Version
Valid for FW
1.0.1
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011414
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Table of Contents
Copyright Notice............................................................................................................................. 2
Revision Information ...................................................................................................................... 3
Setup Diagrams ............................................................................................................................... 5
Intermediate Door Strike Relay ................................................................................................................ 5
Networked Dual Door Strike Relay ........................................................................................................... 6
Parts List ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Before you start ............................................................................................................................... 7
Configuration: Soft Phone .............................................................................................................. 8
Configuration: Intercom.................................................................................................................. 9
Making a Call with the CyberSoftPhone ...................................................................................... 10
Internal Relay ................................................................................................................................ 10
External Relay............................................................................................................................... 11
Frequently asked questions ........................................................................................................... 11
Contact CyberData Corporation ................................................................................................... 12
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Setup Diagrams
Intermediate Door Strike Relay
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Networked Dual Door Strike Relay
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Parts List
Product Name
Product Number
SIP-enabled h.264 Video Outdoor Intercom
Or
SIP-enabled h.264 Video Outdoor Intercom
with Keypad
Networked Dual Door Strike Relay
Or
Door Strike Intermediate Relay Module
PoE Power Injector 802.3af
CyberSoftPhone
011410
Or
011414
011375
Or
011269
010867
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User Supplied
Operating System
Windows PC
Generic Switch
Generic Door Strike
XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 10
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Before you start
This guide will detail the configuration of the CyberData SIP-enabled h.264 Video Outdoor Intercom and
SIP-enabled h.264 Video Outdoor Intercom with Keypad to work in point to point mode with the
CyberData softphone; CyberSoftPhone. CyberSoftPhone is a free softphone made for Windows. 64
Characters have released similar client for Mac although under the name Telephone. This guide will
focus on configuration for a windows client.
Note: For point to Point mode to work the intercom and PC must be on the same network.
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Configuration: Soft Phone
CyberSoftPhone is extremely easy to install and
setup. The soft client is available for download
from our website. Once downloaded, please
run the exe file to begin installation.
*Note* CyberSoftPhone is compatible with
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10.
First select the language and click OK. The
program will then open the installer. Press next
to move to choosing a start menu folder, by
default the program will create its own folder.
This is acceptable for most users; so, unless
otherwise desired please press install.
*Note* By default the program will install to
C:\Program Files (x86)\CyberSoftPhone
The softphone will install very quickly as it is a very lightweight program. Once the program is installed,
please run the client to ensure proper installation.
With the client open, please press “Menu” and navigate to the
settings option, or press “ctrl + p” on your keyboard to open the
settings menu. Please check the box Enable Local Account, then
press save. Unless this box is checked, the program will expect a SIP
account and will not be able to make or receive calls.
Note: Please write down the IP address of your computer as we will
need it for the next step.
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Configuration: Intercom
CyberData SIP-enabled h.264 Video Outdoor
Intercoms are very easy to setup but require
a little more work than the softphone. After
powering up your intercom you will need to
get the IP address of the device. There are a
few different methods that can be used, the
easiest of which is to press the “RTFM”
button on the back of the intercom. Pressing
this button will cause the intercom to
announce its IP address. If the device has
already been installed and there is no longer
access to the back of the device, Cyberdata has
created a tool to discover our products on your
network. Simply download the VoIP discovery tool
from our website and run the tool. After the tool has
run a list will be populated with all the CyberData
devices on your network. Select your intercom from
the list and press the launch Browser button to open
the webpage of your intercom.
*Note* The default login information for CyberData
devices is Admin for username and Admin for
password.
From the home screen of your intercom please
navigate to the SIP tab. This is where we will do the
necessary configuration.
First clear all information in the fields: Primary SIP
Server, Primary SIP User ID, Primary SIP Auth. ID,
Primary SIP Auth. Password. These fields must be blank.
Then set the Dialout Extension as the IP address of the PC.
Set the Extension ID as the name of the device.
Finally uncheck the box Register with a SIP server.
Then save and reboot the device.
Once the device has rebooted please make a test call to confirm that your
device is working properly in Point to Point mode.
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Making a Call with the CyberSoftPhone
The CyberSoftPhone client is very intuitive and easy to use.
To make a call from the client simply type in the IP address
of the intercom. To make a video call press the small web
camera button. To make an audio call, press the big call
button.
To end a call from the softphone you MUST press the end
call button from the client; closing the video window will
not end the call.
Internal Relay
Most CyberData products come equipped with a dry relay
contact for triggering external controls. This is triggerable
through DTMF when the intercom is in a call. The relay will
make a small click when activated. To test the
relay from the web interface, navigate to the
device tab and press “Test Relay” to activate
the relay for 2 seconds. From the device tab,
you will find all the configurable options
regarding the onboard relay.
It is recommended to change the Relay Pulse
Code, Relay Activation Code, and the Relay
Deactivation code, as they are all in the
default state and the codes are shared across
our product line. Changing these values will
make DTMF relay activation more secure.
*Note* CyberData devices can handle up to
25 digit codes for DTMF relay activation.
Once the codes have been changed from
their default values there are a few other
options that could prove useful depending on the use case. Play tone during DTMF Activation can be
useful for loud environments where the user at the intercom may not be able to hear the click from the
relay.
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External Relay
If the internal relay cannot power your door lock or gate we also make external Relays such as the Door
Strike Intermediate Relay Module or the Networked Dual Door Strike Relay or ‘DDSR’. The main
difference between the two relay modules is that the Door Strike Intermediate Relay is connected to the
intercom via cable that is wired into the onboard terminal. The networked Dual Door Strike relay has the
capability to handle two separate doors and does not require a direct connection to the intercom,
although it must be on the same network as the associated intercom to function. Both devices can be
triggered via DTMF with all intercom products and “Security Codes” with the Keypad Intercoms. The
Door Strike Intermediate Relay can also be triggered by onboard sensors. Please see the operation
guides linked below for more information on the functionality of these devices.
Door Strike Intermediate Relay Module Operations guide.
Networked Dual Door Strike Relay Operations guide.
Frequently asked questions
Does CyberSoftPhone support DTMF?
Yes, it supports DTMF via RFC-2833, in-band or SIP-INFO. CyberData devices use RFC 2833 so either
‘Auto’ or RFC-2833 will work.
Can my Video Intercom still accept multicast pages?
Yes, although the device is in ‘Point to Point’ mode it can still receive multicast pages.
Are there any advantages to using Point to Point mode?
The main advantage is that Point to Point configuration allows the device to be used in an environment
that does not have SIP or VoIP infrastructure implemented.
Why can’t I call from my computer?
CyberSoftPhone requires a microphone and speakers to be attached to the PC to make a call, although
the PC can receive calls without having a microphone or speakers. The softphone CANNOT make calls to
the intercom without both an audio input and output device. A speaker and desk mic could be used or a
headset.
Is a web camera required for video calls?
No, you can utilize the video function of CyberSoftPhone without a web camera as the program will send
the connected device a ‘color bar’ image to display.
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Contact CyberData Corporation
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