Mobile IP Extension
Empowered by Innovation
Mobile IP Extension
P/N 1093100MIP
August 20, 2015
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Contents
Chapter 1: Mobile IP Extension............................................................................. 5
Mobile IP Extension............................................................................................................................................. 6
Description................................................................................................................................................ 6
Mobility Applications for the DSX Mobile IP Extension....................................................................... 6
iPhone Bria Phone Setup......................................................................................................................................8
1. Install Bria Phone for iPhone.............................................................................................................. 8
2. Activate Bria Phone on your iPhone................................................................................................... 8
3. Set up the SIP Account for Bria Phone on the iPhone....................................................................... 8
4. Set up the User Preferences............................................................................................................... 12
5. Enable the G.729 Audio Codec Premium Feature.............................................................................14
6. Configure the Advanced Settings.......................................................................................................14
Android Bria Phone Setup..................................................................................................................................16
1. Install Bria Phone for Android...........................................................................................................16
2. Activate Bria on your Android Mobile Device................................................................................. 16
3. Set Up Bria for Android.................................................................................................................... 16
DSX Programming Tips..................................................................................................................................... 23
Mobile IP Extension Programming Tips................................................................................................23
Chapter 2: Program 1000...................................................................................... 27
Configuration.......................................................................................................................................................28
1105: SMTP Setup..................................................................................................................................28
1106: POP3 Setup...................................................................................................................................31
Ports.....................................................................................................................................................................32
1221/1222: VoIP Ports........................................................................................................................... 32
Class of Service.................................................................................................................................................. 33
1406: Call Forwarding Options.............................................................................................................. 33
Chapter 3: Program 2000...................................................................................... 35
Configuration.......................................................................................................................................................36
2102: Access........................................................................................................................................... 36
2106: VoIP.............................................................................................................................................. 36
2113: Groups...........................................................................................................................................37
2132: Line Ringing................................................................................................................................. 37
2141: IntraMail Mailbox Type (Station)................................................................................................ 38
2145: IntraMail Message Notification Options (Station).......................................................................38
2146: IntraMail Email Integration (Station)...........................................................................................42
2147: Find Me Follow Me..................................................................................................................... 43
Department Groups............................................................................................................................................. 45
2301: Group Identification..................................................................................................................... 45
2317: Find Me Follow Me..................................................................................................................... 45
Chapter
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Mobile IP Extension
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Mobile IP Extension
Use an Apple iPhone or Android mobile device as a DSX Mobile IP Extension
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Requires software version 3.33 or higher.
Description
Employees on the go can stay in touch with co-workers and associates by using their Apple iPhone or Android
mobile device as a DSX Mobile IP Extension. The DSX Mobile IP Extension feature requires a softphone (such
as Counterpath's Bria Phone) set up as a DSX IP extension in an iPhone or Android smartphone. When the user
is in the office, the Mobile IP Extension connects to the office WiFi network. When the user leaves the office and
travels beyond the range of the company WiFi network, the Mobile IP Extension automatically reregisters over
the cellular network. When the user returns to the office, the Mobile IP Extension registers back to the company
WiFi network. The basic operation of the Mobile IP Extension never changes.
Mobility Applications for the DSX
Mobile IP Extension
Mobility applications augment the basic convenience of the DSX Mobile IP Extension by allowing the mobile
extension and a DSX office keyset to cover each other's calls and voice mail messages. By implementing some of
these applications, it makes little difference where the user is located. They'll always get important calls and voice
mail messages.
Incoming Call Handling
Ring Assignments
By using the built-in flexibility of the DSX Ring Assignments, outside calls that ring the DSX office keyset
can also simultaneously ring the Mobile IP Extension. Just make sure the two extensions share the same Ring
Assignments for important lines. Additionally, each extension receives the Caller ID for the incoming call (if
enabled).
Department Groups
Department Groups provide another way for the Mobile IP Extension and DSX office keyset to cover each
other's calls. If the two extensions are in the same Department Group, all calls sent to the group ring both the
DSX office keyset and the Remote IP Extension at the same time. This occurs for transferred calls, Direct
Inward Lines and Direct Inward Dialing calls to the Department Groups, calls from the IntraMail Automated
Attendant, and even Intercom calls.
Find Me Follow Me 1
Find Me Follow Me can route an unanswered call to alternate destinations. For example, if the DSX office
keyset user isn't in the office, Find Me Follow Me can send the call to their Mobile IP Extension. Alternately,
if the Mobile IP Extension user doesn't pick up, Find Me Follow Me can send the call to the DSX office
keyset. The advantage of Find Me Follow Me is that the caller can choose to leave a message instead if their
business isn't urgent.
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding has a lot of flexibility and can route calls to an alternate destination in a variety of ways. It
can route just outside calls, all calls, calls that aren't answered, or all calls immediately. For example, to route
all calls to their Mobile IP Extension when they leave the office, the user can just enable Forward All Calls
Immediate from the DSX office keyset. The user can use the native browser in their Mobile IP Extension to
remotely change the Call Forwarding settings through the Phone Manager.
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Voice Mail Mobility
The Mobile IP Extension user can easily keep track of voice messages left at their DSX office keyset by using
one of the Notification options or by setting up Group Mailboxes. Notification works best when the message
content and setup of the DSX office keyset and Mobile IP Extension mailboxes do not have to be the same. Group
Mailbox is preferred when everything should be shared.
Using Notification
There are two types of notification that can help a Mobile IP Extension user coordinate with the mailbox on
the DSX office keyset: Email Notification1 and Message Notification1
Email Notification can send an email (with the message contents optionally attached) to the Mobile IP
Extension native email account when the DSX office keyset receives a new message.
Message Notification can call the Mobile IP Extension when the DSX office keyset receives a new message.
The remote user can then log in and retrieve the message.
Using a Group Mailbox
A DSX office keyset and Mobile IP Extension can have the same Group Mailbox. Messages left in the Group
Mailbox are available to both extensions; a message deleted from the Group Mailbox is deleted for both users.
The notification options and other mailbox settings are identical for the DSX office keyset and Mobile IP
Extension.
Outgoing Calls
All the outside lines in the DSX are available to the Mobile IP Extension. Users can access these lines via:
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Line Group Access (9 + Outside number).
Line Dial-up (#9 + Line Number + Outside number).
Direct Line Access (Line extension number + Outside number).
Mobile IP Extension users can place Intercom calls by dialing a co-worker's extension number and tapping the
call button.
Additionally, Personal and Company Speed Dial numbers are available via Intercom codes (#701-720 for
Personal Speed Dial and #201-299 for Company Speed Dial).
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Requires IntraMail Pro.
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iPhone Bria Phone Setup
Use Counterpath's Bria Phone on an iPhone as a DSX Mobile IP Extension
1. Install Bria Phone for iPhone.
1.1 On your iPhone, go to the App Store and purchase the bria iphone edition.
1.2 For best performance over 3G networks, you should also purchase the G729 Audio Codec option available as an inApp purchase.
2. Activate Bria Phone on your iPhone.
2.1 From your iPhone Home screen, tap Bria.
2.2 On first launch, you go to the Select VoIP Provider
screen.
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Under User-defined Accounts, tap SIP to continue.
3. Set up the SIP Account for Bria
Phone on the iPhone
3.1 Set the basic SIP account options.
Account Status
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Account Status: Be sure the Account Status shows Not
Registered.
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If this is a reinstallation of an existing registered Bria
Phone, tap Unregister or Enabled to unregister/
disable the account.
You cannot make entries in your SIP Account while
Bria Phone is registered/enabled.
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Account Name: This is a descriptive name for the
account you are setting up. Enter whatever helps you
recognize the account.
Enabled: The account must be disabled while you
enter data. If it is on, tap On to turn it off.
User Details
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Display as: Enter the name for your Bria Phone. This
name is only used locally on your iPhone. It is not sent
as your name when you place a call.
Username: This is the number of the unused IP
extension in the DSX to which your Bria Phone is
registered. By default, IP extensions are 401-428.
Password: Enter the password you entered in . for the
Bria Phone IP extension in the DSX.
Domain: Enter the WAN IP address of the router to
which DSX is connected.
Voice Mail
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Voice Mail Number: Enter *8.
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For initial testing, be sure the mailbox for your Bria
Phone extension is set for Personal (01) in 2141-01:
Station Mailbox Type [Stations: Config: IntraMail:
Mailbox Type (2141): Mailbox Type] on page
38.
Tap Account Advanced to continue.
Account Additional
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Out. Proxy: Do not make an entry for this option.
Auth name: Do not make an entry for this option.
DTMF Type
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Send DTMF using: Set this option to SIP INFO.
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With SIP INFO, post-connection DTMF dialing is
sent as SIP messages.
If you leave this setting at default (RFC 2833), postconnection dialing cannot occur.
Network Traversal
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Global IP: Tap this item so it is on.
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This causes Bria Phone to publish its WAN IP
address when registering over WiFi. Normally,
changing this option does not affect the ability of the
Bria Phone to register with the DSX.
Global IP 3G: Tap this item so it is on.
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This causes Bria Phone to publish its WAN IP
address when registering over the 3G cellular
network. Normally, changing this option does not
affect the ability of the Bria Phone to register with
the DSX.
Call Dialing
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Use Tel Uri: Turn off this option to ensure that SIP
packets between the Bria Phone and the DSX use the sip
prefix.
Transport and Security
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SIP Transport: Set to UDP.
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• DSX VoIP uses UDP, not TCP or TLS.
Encrypt Audio: Set to Never.
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DSX does not support audio encryption for VoIP
calls.
SIP Registration
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Incoming Calls: Set to On.
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• If off, Bria Phone cannot receive incoming calls.
Single Register: Set to Off.
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Normally, changing this option does not affect the
ability of the Bria Phone to register with the DSX.
Refresh Interval: Leave this option at its default setting
(900mS).
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This is the SIP registration refresh interval.
UDP Keep Alive
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WiFi Interval: Initially leave this option at its default
setting 30 seconds.
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The WiFi UDP Keep Alive is a UDP message
periodically broadcast from Bria Phone to keep the
"hole" in your WiFi router open. If this interval is
too long, the hole will close and the Bria Phone
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registration will drop. Adjust as required to maintain
stable registration.
Cell Interval: Initially leave this option at its default
setting 9 seconds.
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The Cell UDP Keep Alive is a UDP message
periodically broadcast from Bria Phone to keep the
"hole" in 3G cellular network open. If this interval
is too long, the hole will close and the Bria Phone
registration will drop. Adjust as required to maintain
stable registration.
Tap Enabled to turn on your account.
Tap Accounts to return to the Accounts screen.
3.2 Enable your account and verify its status.
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Tap New SIP Account to return to the previous screen.
Tap Enabled to turn on your account.
TAP Save to save your setting.
You return to the Accounts screen.
If your account is enabled, you see the screen at right.
If your account is disabled, you see the screen at right.
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Go back and check your settings.
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4. Set up the User Preferences
4.1 Tap Settings then Preferences to set up your account
preferences. You see:
General
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Allow 3G Calls: Enable this option.
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When Bria Phone is out of range of your WiFi
network, it will automatically reregister with the 3G
cellular network.
Run in Background: Enable this option.
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When enabled, Bria Phone can receive calls while
it is running in the background. When disabled,
Bria Phone can receive calls only when it is the
foreground task.
Incoming Call
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Play Ringtone: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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If you want Bria Phone to ring for incoming calls,
enable the option.
Vibrate: Set this option to your personal preference.
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If you want Bria Phone to vibrate for incoming calls,
enable the option.
Alert Answer: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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When off and Bria Phone is running in the
background, you can tap Close to send the call to
your mailbox or View to bring the ringing call to the
foreground.
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When on and Bria Phone is running in the
background, you can tap Close to send the call to
your mailbox or Answer to answer the call.
Alert Missed: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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When on and Bria Phone is running in the
background, a popup will alert you of missed calls.
• When off and Bria Phone is running in the
background, a popup alert will not occur for missed
calls.
Contact Image: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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When on, Bria Phone will display the contact's
image (if saved in the Contact) while the call is
ringing.
• When off, the contact's image will not display.
Ringtone: Set this option to your personal preference.
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Select a Bria ringtone for the list of native iPhone
ringtones.
Active Call Background
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Custom Image: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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You can optionally choose an image from your Photo
Albums for the Bria Phone background while a call
is active.
Custom Colors: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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You can optionally choose custom colors for the
various Bria Phone interface components.
Phone Number
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Single Touch To Call: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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If enabled, touching a phone number in the Contacts
or History will place the respective call.
Show URI Domain: Leave this option off. It has no
effect on calls placed to or from the Bria Phone in DSX.
Client-side Call Forwarding
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Forward Calls: Leave this option off. It should not be
used with DSX.
To Number: Do not make an entry for this option. It
should not be used with DSX.
4.2 Tap Settings to return to the Settings screen.
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5. Enable the G.729 Audio Codec
Premium Feature
5.1 Tap Premium Features and purchase the G.729 codec
before setting up the Advanced Settings.
Purchase Premium Features
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G729 Audio Codec: It is recommended that you
purchase this option.
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The G.729 codec optimizes voice quality over 3G
networks. Without it, you may experience clipping
and chopping of audio.
Presence and Messaging: Presence and Messaging is
not applicable to DSX and Mobile IP Extension.
5.2 Tap Settings to return to the Settings screen.
6. Configure the Advanced Settings
6.1 From the Settings screen, tap Advanced Settings.
Network Traversal Strategy
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Current Strategy: Make sure Default Config is selected
unless you are advised by your service provider to
change it.
VPN Support
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Use VPN If Active: Set this option to off. With DSX
NAT Traversal, VPN is not required.
Media Options
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Voice Activity Detection: Set this option to off.
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Voice Activity Detection (VAD) detects the presence
of speech and can modify voice packets when speech
is not occurring. This option is not required for DSX
and Bria Phone and should be disabled.
Noise Reduction Tx: Set this option to off.
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Bria Phone can minimize background noise in
transmitted speech. Leave this setting disabled until
proper Bria Phone operation is verified.
Noise Reduction Rx: Set this option to off.
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Bria Phone can minimize background noise in
received speech. Leave this setting disabled until
proper Bria Phone operation is verified.
Quality Of Service: Set this option to off.
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Quality of Service (QoS) is not currently supported
in DSX.
RTP Port Start: Leave this option at its default setting
(4000).
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Port 4000 is an acceptable setting for DSX.
Audio Codecs Selection
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Cell Audio Codecs: Turn G729a on and all other codecs
off.
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G.711 and ILBC will likely cause sub-par
performance over the 3G cellular network.
• GSM is not supported in DSX.
Wifi Audio Codecs: If the WiFi network to which you
are connected is fast and capable, turn G711u on and the
others off. Otherwise, turn G729a on and the others off
TLS Cert Management
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Verify TLS Cert: Turn this option off.
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DSX and Bria Phone use UDP at the transport layer,
not TLS.
SIP Miscellaneous
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Support RPort: Turn this option on.
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With rport enabled, the Bria Phone WAN IP
address and the receive port are included in the
SIP registration packet header (Via) sent from Bria
Phone to DSX. This is required so Bria Phone can
place and receive calls through the DSX.
Support PRACK: Turn this option off.
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DSX does not support SIP PRACK (Provisional
Acknowledgement).
Application Logging
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Verbose Logging: Turn this option off.
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Leave this option disabled unless asked to enable it
by your service provider.
6.2 When you are done with the Advanced Options, tap Apply Changes to apply and save your settings.
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Android Bria Phone Setup
Use Counterpath's Bria Phone on an Android mobile device as a DSX Mobile IP Extension
1. Install Bria Phone for Android.
1. Go to www.counterpath.com .
2. Purchase the Bria Android Edition Soft Phone.
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For best performance over 3G networks, you should also purchace the G.729 Codec option.
While you are on the Counterpath's Bria Android Edition page, click the Resources tab and download the
user guide.
3. Follow the instructions provided by CounterPath to install Bria Android Edition.
2. Activate Bria on your Android
Mobile Device.
2.1 On your Android Applications page, touch Bria.
2.2 On first launch, enter the Bria for Android license key
you obtained from CounterPath and touch Submit.
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Bria will confirm when your registration is successful.
If you purchased the optional G.729 Codec, follow
CounterPath's instructions and activate that as well.
3. Set Up Bria for Android
3.1 From the Bria Phone screen, tap More: Settings:
Account Settings. You see:
User Details
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Display Name: Enter the name for your Bria Phone.
This name is only used locally on your Android mobile
device. It is not sent as your name when you place a call.
User Name: This is the number of the unused IP
extension in the DSX to which your Bria Phone is
registered. By default, IP extensions are 401-428.
Password: Enter the password you entered in for the
Bria Phone IP extension in the DSX.
Server Details
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Domain: Enter the WAN IP address of the router to
which DSX is connected.
Outbound Proxy: Do not make an entry for this option.
Authorization Name: Make the same entry as in User
Name above. It is the number of the unused IP extension
in the DSX to which your Bria Phone is registered.
Voice Mail
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Voice Mail Number: Enter *8.
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For initial testing, be sure the mailbox for your Bria
Phone extension is set for Personal (01) in 2141-01:
Station Mailbox Type [Stations: Config: IntraMail:
Mailbox Type (2141): Mailbox Type] on page
38.
3.2 While you are in the Account Settings section, tap
Account Advanced. You see:
Network Traversal
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Global IP: Enable (check) this option.
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This causes Bria Phone to publish its WAN IP
address. Normally, changing this option does not
affect the ability of the Bria Phone to register with
the DSX.
Single Register: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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Normally, changing this option does not affect the
ability of the Bria Phone to register with the DSX.
Transport and Security
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SIP Transport: Set to UDP.
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• DSX VoIP uses UDP, not TCP or TLS.
Encrypt Audio: Set to Never.
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DSX does not support audio encryption for VoIP
calls.
SIP Registration Refresh
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Interval in seconds: Leave this option at its default
setting (900mS).
URI Format
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Use tel: URI: Disable (uncheck) this option to ensure
that SIP packets between the Bria Phone and the DSX
use the sip prefix.
User Preferences
3.3 Tap back to the Settings screen and tap User
Preferences. You see:
Voip over Cellular
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Allow 3G Calls: Enable (check) this option.
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When Bria Phone is out of range of your WiFi
network, it will automatically reregister with the 3G
cellular network.
Incoming Call
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Play Ringtone: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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If you want Bria Phone to ring for incoming calls,
enable (check) the option.
Vibrate: Set this option to your personal preference.
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If you want Bria Phone to vibrate for incoming calls,
enable (check) the option.
Select Ringtone: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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You can choose the default rintone, an alternate
ringtone you have downloaded, or no ringtone.
Additional
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Call Intercept: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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If set to On, all calls route to Bria Phone.
If set to Off, Bria Phone and the native device calls
are separate. Calls to your Bria Phone extension ring
Bria. Calls to your native phone ring that device.
• If set to Prompt, every time a call rings your Android
mobile device you are prompted as to how it should
be handled.
Keep WIFI radio awake: Enable (check) this option so
your Bria Phone can hand off between WIFI and 3G.
• If disabled, all Bria Phone calls are 3G.
Auto Start on Boot: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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If enabled (checked), Bria Phone automatically starts
when you turn on your Android mobile device.
If disabled (unchecked), Bria Phone starts when you
tap the Bria application icon.
Advanced Settings (1 of 4)
3.4 Tap back to the Settings screen and tap Advanced
Settings. You see:
DTMF Type
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RFC 2833: Enable (check) this option.
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In RFC 2833, DTMF dialing is encapsulated as RTP
DTMF Events. This is the recommended setting.
Network Traversal Strategy
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Default: Leave the Network Traversal Strategy at
default (counterpath) unless you are advised by your
service provider to change it.
STUN: With the default Network Traversal Strategy,
this option is automatically enabled (checked). You
cannot change it.
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STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP through NAT) uses
the designated STUN server to traverse NAT routers.
ICE: With the default Network Traversal Strategy,
this option is automatically disabled (unchecked). You
cannot change it.
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ICE (Interactive Connectivity Establishment) is
a more advanced NAT traversal method that is
normally not required. It is only available with the
Application Managed and User Specified Network
Traversal Strategies.
DNS SRV: With the default Network Traversal Strategy,
this option is automatically enabled (checked). You
cannot change it.
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DNS SRV (SRV records) allows Bria Phone to query
the connected network about connected services.
This helps ensure the highest possible service
availability.
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STUN Server
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stun.counterpath.com: Leave the STUN server setting
at default (counterpath) unless you are advised by your
service provider to change it.
Advanced Settings (2 of 4)
3.5 While in the Advanced Settings, swipe down to the
Media Options. You see:
Media Options
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VAD: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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VAD (Voice Activity Detection) detects the presence
of speech and can modify voice packets when speech
is not occurring. This option is not required for DSX
and Bria Phone and should be disabled.
QoS: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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QoS (Quality of Service) is not currently supported
in DSX.
Noise Reduction: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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Bria Phone can minimize background noise during
speech. Leave this setting disabled until proper Bria
Phone operation is verified.
Echo Cancellation: Enable (check) this option.
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Bria Phone has Echo Cancellation capability that can
complement the cancellation built into the DSX.
Microphone Gain: Set this option to your personal
preference.
• Normal is 100%. Adjust as required.
Speaker Gain: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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Normal is 100%. Adjust as required.
Advanced Settings (3 of 4)
3.6 While in the Advanced Settings, swipe down to the
Codec Options. You see:
Codec Options
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G711: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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Although the G.711 codec has the highest voice
quality, its bandwith requirements can exceed the
capability of some 3G networks. Choose G.729
instead.
GSM: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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DSX does not support the GSM codec. Choose
G.729 instead.
iLBC: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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Although DSX supports the iLBC codec, you should
disabled this option and choose G.729 instead.
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G729: Enable (check) this option.
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The Bria Phone G.729 codec option should
provide the best compromise between bandwidth
requirements and voice quality. This option is only
available if you have purchased it from Counterpath
and activated it according to their instructions.
Narrow-Band Codecs
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Higher Priority: Enable (check) this option.
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This option has no effect if you chose only the G.729
codec, but it will properly prioritize the codecs if you
have multiple selections enabled.
Device Hardware
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Speakerphone Fix: Set this option to your personal
preference.
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Enable (check) this option if you are unable to toggle
the speakerphone while on a call.
Advanced Settings (4 of 4)
3.7 While in the Advanced Settings, swipe down to the SIP
Options. You see:
SIP Options
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Enable rport: Enable (check) this option.
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With rport enabled, the Bria Phone WAN IP
address and the receive port are included in the SIP
registration packet header (Via) sent from Bria to
DSX. This is required so Bria Phone can place and
receive calls through the DSX.
Enable PRACK: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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DSX does not support SIP PRACK (Provisional
Acknowledgement).
Application Logging
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Verbose Logging: Disable (uncheck) this option.
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Leave this option disabled unless asked to enable it
by your service provider.
3.8 When you have completed all your entries, go back to
Account Settings and tap Log In.
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DSX Programming Tips
Mobile IP Extension Programming Tips
1. Select a port, profile, and password for the Mobile IP Extension.
1. Verify the system's IP station port assignments.
1221-(01-64): VoIP Assignment [System: Ports: IP Stations: Assignment (1221/1222)] on page
32
Before selecting a port for the Mobile IP Extension, verify the system's IP station port assignments.
By default, IP stations use:
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Ports 101-128.
Extension numbers 401-428.
2. Select a profile for the Mobile IP Extension.
2106-01: VoIP Profile [Stations: Config: Setup: VoIP (2106): Profile] on page 36
Choose Profile 2 for the Mobile IP Extension.
3. Enter a password for the Mobile IP Extension.
2106-02: Password [Stations: Config: Setup: VoIP: Password] on page 36
Enter a password for the Mobile IP Extension (24 characters maximum).
2. Set up the Mobile Application options.
1. Set up simultaneous outside call ringing.
2132-[01-64]: Line Ringing [Stations: Config: Ring Assign: Line Ringing (2132): Ring Assignment]
on page 37
For simultaneous outside call ringing, set the Ring Assignments of the Mobile IP Extension to match
those of the DSX office keyset.
2. Assign Mobile IP Extension and DSX Office Keyset to a Department Group.
2113-02: Department Group [Stations: Config: Options: Groups (2113): Department Group] on page
37
If the Mobile IP Extension and the DSX office keyset will ring for Department Group calls, assign
them to the same group in this option.
•
Be sure the Department Group chosen is set up as a Ring Group (type 1) in 2301-02: UCD Group
Incoming Ring Type [Stations: > UCD Groups: > Setup: > Identification (2301): > Ring Type].
3. Use Find Me Follow Me to reroute unanswered calls.
2147-04: Allow Find Me Follow Me [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Find Me Follow Me (2147):
Allow Find Me Follow Me] on page 43
2317-(01-03): Find Me Follow Me Enable [Stations: Department Groups: IntraMail Pro: Find Me
Follow Me (2317): Entry (1-3) Enable] on page 45
2317-(01-03): Start Hour [Stations: Department Groups: IntraMail Pro: Find Me Follow Me (2317):
Entry (1-3) Start Hour] on page 46
2317-(01-03): End Hour [Stations: Department Groups: IntraMail Pro: Find Me Follow Me (2317):
Entry (1-3) End Hour] on page 46
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2317-(01-03): Number [Stations: Department Groups: IntraMail Pro: Find Me Follow Me (2317):
Entry (1-3) Phone] on page 46
When Find Me Follow Me will be used to route DSX office keyset calls to the Mobile IP Extension,
use these options to set it up.
4. Alternately use Call Forwarding to reroute unanswered calls.
1406-02: Allow Call Forwarding [System: Class of Service: Call Forward: Call Forward (1406):
Internal Call Fwd] on page 33
To use Call Forwarding to route calls from the Mobile IP Extension to the DSX office keyset, be sure
this Class of Service option is enabled.
•
•
Also be sure the Mobile IP Extension has a PIN entered in 2102-05: Station PIN Code [Stations:
Config: Setup: Access (2102): PIN Code] on page 36. This allows the browser in the Mobile
IP Extension to use the Phone Manager to remotely adjust the Call Forwarding settings.
The DSX router has to have a port "opened" and forwarded to the DSX for Phone Manager
access. By default, this is port 80 but can be changed in Config: Communication: Ethernet: Phone
Manager Port (1104-07: Phone Mgr Port)
3. Set Up the Voice Mail Options
1. Program the mailbox type.
2141-01: Station Mailbox Type [Stations: Config: IntraMail: Mailbox Type (2141): Mailbox Type]
on page 38
Be sure to select a Mailbox Type for the Mobile IP Extension. By default, extensions above 316 in
DSX-80/160 and 308 in DSX-40 do not have mailboxes enabled.
•
•
If the Mobile IP Extension should have its own mailbox, enter 01 (Personal).
If the Mobile IP Extension and the DSX office keyset should share the same mailbox, enter 02
(Group). Both extensions should be in the same Department Group.
2. Let Email Notification send an email (with the message contents optionally attached) to the Mobile IP
Extension native email account when the DSX office keyset receives a new message.
These are the Email Notification settings for the extension's mailbox.
2146-01: Email Enabled [Stations: Config: IntraMail: Email (2146): Enable Email Notification] on
page 42
2146-02: Email Address [Stations: Config: IntraMail: Email (2146): Address] on page 43
2146-03: Attach Message [Stations: Config: IntraMail: Email (2146): Message as Attachment] on
page 43
2146-04: Message Format N/A on page 43
Stations: Config: IntraMail: Email: Message Disposition (2146-05)
These are the DSX system settings for Email Notification.
1105-01: Enable SMTP [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Enable] on page 28
1105-02: SMTP Server Name [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Server Name] on
page 28
1105-03: SMTP Port Number [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): SMTP Port] on page
28
1105-04: SMTP Encryption [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Encryption] on page
29
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1105-04: SMTP Authentication [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Authentication]
on page 29
1105-06: SMTP User Name [System: Config: Communication: SMTP(1105): User Name] on page
29
1105-07: SMTP Password [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Password] on page
30
1105-08: SMTP Email Account [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Email] on page
30
1105-09: Email Reply To [System: Config: Communication: SMTP (1105): Reply To] on page
30
1106-01: POP3 Server Name [System: Config: Communication: POP3 (1106): Server Name] on
page 31
1106-02: POP3 Port [System: Config: Communication: POP3 (1106): Port] on page 31
1106-03: POP3 Encryption (SSL) Enabled [System: Config: Communication: POP3 (1106):
Encryption] on page 31
1106-04: POP3 User ID [System: Config: Communication: POP3 (1106): User Name] on page
31
1106-05: POP3 Password [System: Config: Communication: POP3 (1106): Password] on page
31
When the Mobile IP Extension and the DSX office keyset are set up with separate mailboxes, use
these options to have the DSX office keyset notify the Mobile IP Extension via email when new
messages arrive.
•
To have the DSX place a phone call to the Mobile IP extension when new messages arrive, use
Message Notification instead.
3. Message Notification can notify for new messages.
2145-(01-05): Notification Enabled [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): Entry (1-5) Enable] on page 38
2145-(01-05): Notification Type [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
Entry (1-5) Type] on page 39
2145-(01-05): Start Hour [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145): Entry
(1-5) Start Hour] on page 39
2145-(01-05): End Hour [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145): Entry
(1-5) End Hour] on page 40
2145-(01-05): Number [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145): Entry
(1-5) Phone] on page 40
2145-(01-05): Busy Attempts [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
Entry (1-5) Busy Attempts] on page 41
2145-(01-05): RNA Attempts [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
Entry (1-5) RNA Attempts] on page 41
2145-(01-05): Security [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145): Entry
(1-5) Security] on page 41
2145-06: Allow Notification [Stations: Config: IntraMail Pro: Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
Allow Phone/Pager Notification] on page 42
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When the Mobile IP Extension and the DSX office keyset are set up with separate mailboxes, use
these options to have the DSX place a phone call to the Mobile IP Extension when new messages
arrive.
•
To have the DSX notify via email instead, use Email Notification.
Chapter
2
Program 1000
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Configuration
1105: SMTP Setup
1105-01: Enable SMTP [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > Enable]
Use this option to enable or disable SMTP email delivery. Once enabled, you must make entries for the following
SMTP options in order for Email Integration to function.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
No (0)
[Default] Disabled
Yes (1)
Enabled
1105-02: SMTP Server Name [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > Server
Name]
Use this option to specify the SMTP server that will handle Email Integration email delivery for the installation
site. The SMTP server name is typically similar to smtp.emailserver.com. If you didn't make an entry in the
Domain Name options, this entry must be the IP address of the SMTP server since there is no way to resolve a
name. There is one entry per system.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. [Default] - no entry.
See Name Programming Chart for more.
1105-03: SMTP Port Number [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > SMTP
Port]
Use this option to specify the port (logical connection) the installation site's email server uses for SMTP.
Normally, this is port 25 (which is preassigned by the IANA as the "Well-Known TCP Port Number" for SMTP).
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
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Email Integration
Program Options
•
•
Digits using 0-9, 4 max.
Default = 25
1105-04: SMTP Encryption [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): >
Encryption]
Use this option to enable or disable SMTP encryption. The option you choose depends on the requirements of the
SMTP email server. Check with the server administrator or Internet Service Provider (ISP) for more.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
•
•
•
No (0) - Disabled
Yes (1) - Enabled
Default = No (0) - Disabled
1105-04: SMTP Authentication [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): >
Authentication]
Use this option to enable or disable SMTP Authentication (also called SMTP AUTH). If enabled, you must enter
an email account name in the following programs that is valid for the site's SMTP email server. Check with the
server administrator or Internet Service Provider (ISP) for more.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
No (0)
Disabled
Yes (1)
[Default] Enabled
2
POP3 Authentication enabled
1105-06: SMTP User Name [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP(1105): > User
Name]
Use this option to specify the user name of the account on the SMTP server that will process the e-mail sent from
the DSX system. For example, if email account used to send email from the DSX is [email protected],
the User Name entry would be yourname. Also see 1105-08: SMTP Email Account [System: Config:
Communication: SMTP (1105): Email] on page 30.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. [Default] - no entry.
See Name Programming Chart for more.
1105-07: SMTP Password [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > Password]
Use this option to enter the password for the account specified in the previous option. This is the password
required to log onto email account.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. [Default] - no entry.
See Name Programming Chart for more.
1105-08: SMTP Email Account [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > Email]
Use this option to specify the email account that the SMTP server will use to process email sent from the DSX
system. Email Integration delivers all outbound email to this account, which in turn delivers it to the email
recipient. This is the account's entire email address (e.g., [email protected]). Also see 1105-06: SMTP
User Name [System: Config: Communication: SMTP(1105): User Name] on page 29 for more.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Email Integration
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. [Default] - no entry.
See Name Programming Chartfor more.
1105-09: Email Reply To [System: > Config: > Communication: > SMTP (1105): > Reply To]
For the email recipient, this is the email address shown in the From field. If the message recipient replies to the
email, it is sent to this address. This is a required entry.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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Email Integration
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. [Default] - no entry.
See Name Programming Chartfor more.
1106: POP3 Setup
1106-01: POP3 Server Name [System: > Config: > Communication: > POP3 (1106): > Server
Name]
Use this option to enter the name of the POP3 server that will handle email delivery for the installation site. The
POP3 server name is typically similar to pop.emailserver.com.
1106-02: POP3 Port [System: > Config: > Communication: > POP3 (1106): > Port]
Specify the port (logical connection) the installation site’s email server uses for POP3. Normally, this is port 110.
1106-03: POP3 Encryption (SSL) Enabled [System: > Config: > Communication: > POP3
(1106): > Encryption]
Enable or disable POP3 SSL encryption for the site's email server. The option you choose depends on the
requirements of the POP3 email server.
1106-04: POP3 User ID [System: > Config: > Communication: > POP3 (1106): > User Name]
Enter the POP3 account’s user name. If the subscriber’s email address is [email protected], the
username would normally be yourname.
1106-05: POP3 Password [System: > Config: > Communication: > POP3 (1106): > Password]
Enter the password for the account specified in the previous option. When authentication is enabled, this password
is required to log onto the email account.
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Ports
1221/1222: VoIP Ports
1221-(01-64): VoIP Assignment [System: > Ports: > IP Stations: > Assignment (1221/1222)]
Available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to designate the station ports reserved for IP extensions.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
VoIP Extensions
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
1-999
Station ports 1-999.
•
Undefined
[Default] VoIP ports 1-28 are assigned to station
ports 101-128. Ports 29-64 are unassigned.
Entered by pressing CLEAR.
•
•
Undefined means the VoIP port has no
corresponding station port.
[Default] VoIP ports 29-64 are undefined.
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Class of Service
1406: Call Forwarding Options
1406-02: Allow Call Forwarding [System: > Class of Service: > Call Forward: > Call Forward
(1406): > Internal Call Fwd]
Use this option to enable or disable an extension’s ability to use Call Forwarding. If an extension cannot use Call
Forwarding, they cannot also use Off Premise Call Forwarding.
Chapter
3
Program 2000
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Configuration
2102: Access
2102-05: Station PIN Code [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Access (2102): > PIN Code]
Use this option to assign a PIN code to an extension. The PIN code is used for both Extension Locking and
Walking Class of Service.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
Extension Locking
Wakeup Call
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
•
Digits (4 digits required using 0-9, # and *)
Default Setting
•
No Entry
2106: VoIP
2106-01: VoIP Profile [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > VoIP (2106): > Profile]
For a VoIP extension, use this option to assign its VoIP profile. The VoIP profiles are set up in programs
1811 through 1815 and contain many detailed settings. Rather than customize a myriad of settings for each IP
extension, just assign one of the preconfigured profiles. The system provides four VoIP profiles.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
VoIP Extensions
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
1-4
VoIP profiles 1-4. [Default] = 1.
•
To configure the VoIP profiles, see programs 1811
through 1815.
2106-02: Password [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > VoIP: > Password]
Use this option to assign a password to an extension. Currently, the option is used only with VoIP extensions.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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•
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Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone
VoIP Extensions
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
Password
Extension password, up to 24 characters. See for Name
Programming Chart more.
-
[Default] None.
2113: Groups
2113-02: Department Group [Stations: > Config: > Options: > Groups (2113): > Department
Group]
Available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to specify to which Department Group the extension or Door Box belongs.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Department Groups
Extension Hunting
Group Ring
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
1-30
Department Group 1-30.
0
[Default] None.
2132: Line Ringing
2132-[01-64]: Line Ringing [Stations: > Config: > Ring Assign: > Line Ringing (2132): > Ring
Assignment]
Use this option to set the extension’s ringing assignments for lines (lamp only, day and night ringing, night
ringing only, and delay ringing day and night).
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Central Office Calls, Answering
Delayed Ringing
Group Call Pickup
Key Ring
Line Keys
Loop Keys
Night Service / Night Ring
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Private Line
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0
Lamp Only (no ringing) day and night (Default for all
DSX-80/160 extensions except 300-315)
1
Day and Night Ringing (Default for DSX-80/160
extensions 300-315) (Default for all DSX-40
extensions)
2
Night Ringing Only
3
Delay Ringing Day and Night
2141: IntraMail Mailbox Type (Station)
2141-01: Station Mailbox Type [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail: > Mailbox Type (2141): >
Mailbox Type]
Use this option to set the extension’s mailbox type. The mailbox can be either a personal mailbox (assigned just to
the extension) or a group mailbox (shared by all members of the extension’s Ring Group). An extension’s mailbox
is not accessible when it is disabled (even though its stored messages and configuration are retained in memory.)
If disabled, a user pressing V-MAIL will initiate a remote logon and be asked to enter their mailbox number. A
voice prompt then announces, “That mailbox does not exist.”
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Voice Mail (IntraMail)
IntraMail Features
•
•
•
Group Mailbox
Guest Mailbox
Subscriber Mailbox
Program Options
00
None
01
Personal (Default)
02
Group
2145: IntraMail Message Notification
Options (Station)
2145-(01-05): Notification Enabled [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager
Notification (2145): > Entry (1-5) Enable]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to enable or disable Message Notification. If enabled, notification will
occur when the mailbox receives a new message according to the settings for Type, Start Hour, End Hour, and
notification Phone Number. If disabled, Message Notification will not occur.
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There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
No (0)
[Default] Disabled
Yes (1)
Enabled
2145-(01-05): Notification Type [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): > Entry (1-5) Type]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set the Message Notification type. The choices are Voice and Pager.
Choose Voice when the Phone Number entry is to a regular office, home, or mobile telephone. Choose Pager
when you want to deliver the notification to a digital pager.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
1
[Default] Voice.
2
Pager.
2145-(01-05): Start Hour [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): > Entry (1-5) Start Hour]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set the hour when Message Notification will start. Notification will
occur only for new messages received between this setting and the End Hour setting. This entry is in 24-hour
(military time). For example, 08 is 8:00 AM and 20 is 8:00 PM. For 24-hour notification, make the Start Hour the
same as the End Hour.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
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Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
0
[Default] Midnight
1-23
1:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
2145-(01-05): End Hour [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
> Entry (1-5) End Hour]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set the hour when Message Notification will stop. Notification will
occur only for new messages received between the Start Hour and this setting. This entry is in 24-hour (military
time). For example, 08 is 8:00 AM and 20 is 8:00 PM. For 24-hour notification, make the Start Hour the same as
the End Hour.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
0
[Default] Midnight
1-23
1:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
2145-(01-05): Number [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
> Entry (1-5) Phone]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set the telephone number (16 digits maximum) Message
Notification will dial to notify the subscriber of new messages. Enter the number exactly as you want the system
to dial it (including a leading 1 for toll calls, if required), but do not include a line access code (such as 9). If the
number you enter is 3 digits or less, it will be an Intercom call. If it is more than 3 digits, it will be an outside call.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification
Program Options
Digits
Notification number (16 digits maximum). [Default] =
no entry.
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2145-(01-05): Busy Attempts [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): > Entry (1-5) Busy Attempts]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set how many times IntraMail will retry an incomplete Message
Notification callout to a busy destination. This option applies to pager and non-pager callouts. If the Busy
Attempts and RNA Attempts are both met, the notification callout to the selected entry is cancelled.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
0
No retry attempts.
1-99
Number of retry attempts. [Default] = 5.
2145-(01-05): RNA Attempts [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): > Entry (1-5) RNA Attempts]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to set how many times IntraMail will retry an incomplete Message
Notification callout when the destination does not answer. This option applies to pager and non-pager callouts. If
the Busy Attempts and RNA Attempts are both met, the notification callout to the selected entry is cancelled.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
0
No retry attempts.
1-99
Number of retry attempts. [Default] = 5.
2145-(01-05): Security [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification (2145):
> Entry (1-5) Security]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-5), use this option to enable or disable Security Code protection for the callout. If
enabled, the user is required to enter their security in order to log on and hear the new message. If disabled, the
Security Code is not required.
There are five separately-programmed Message notification entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
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Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Security Code
Program Options
No (0)
Disabled
Yes (1)
[Default] Enabled
2145-06: Allow Notification [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Phone/Pager Notification
(2145): > Allow Phone/Pager Notification]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to enable or disable notification for the extension. If disabled, enabling the individual notification
entries has no effect.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Message Notification, Cascading
Program Options
No (0)
Disabled.
Yes (1)
[Default] Enabled.
2146: IntraMail Email Integration
(Station)
2146-01: Email Enabled [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail: > Email (2146): > Enable Email
Notification]
Use this option to enable or disable email notification for an extension. If enabled, when the extension receives a
new message in their mailbox they will be automatically notifies by email. If disabled, email notification will not
occur.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Email Integration
Program Options
No (0)
[Default] Disabled
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Enabled
2146-02: Email Address [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail: > Email (2146): > Address]
If email notification is enabled, use this option to specify the email address to which the notification should be
delivered.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Email Integration
Program Options
Alphanumeric
48 characters maximum. See the Names for Extensions
and Lines.
2146-03: Attach Message [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail: > Email (2146): > Message as
Attachment]
When email notification is enabled, use this option to set how notification handles new voice mail message
content. If enabled, a new voice mail message is saved as a wav file and included as an attachment to the email
notification. If disabled, the email does not contain an attachment (i.e., the content of the voice mail message is
not provided in the email).
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None
IntraMail Features
•
Email Integration
Program Options
No (0)
New voice mail message wav file not provided.
Yes (1)
[Default] New voice mail message wav file provided
as an email attachment
2146-04: Message Format N/A
This option is currently not used.
2147: Find Me Follow Me
2147-04: Allow Find Me Follow Me [Stations: > Config: > IntraMail Pro: > Find Me Follow Me
(2147): > Allow Find Me Follow Me]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to enable Find Me Follow Me. If disabled, enabling the individual entries has no effect.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
| Program
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None.
IntraMail Features
•
Find Me Follow Me
Program Options
No (0)
[Default] Disabled.
Yes (1)
Enabled.
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Department Groups
2301: Group Identification
2301-02: Department Group Incoming Ring Type [Stations: > Department Groups: > Setup: >
Identification (2301): > Ring Type]
Available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to assign a ring type to calls ringing the Department Group master number. When an extension in
the Department Group rings, it uses the ring type specified in this option.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Distinctive Ringing
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0
[Default] Standard (the system's default ringing for
Department Group calls which cannot be customized)
1
Ring Type A
2
Ring Type B
3
Ring Type C
2317: Find Me Follow Me
2317-(01-03): Find Me Follow Me Enable [Stations: > Department Groups: > IntraMail Pro: >
Find Me Follow Me (2317): > Entry (1-3) Enable]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-3), use this option to enable or disable Find Me Follow Me. If enabled, Find Me Follow
Me will occur according to the settings for Start Hour, End Hour, and Find Me Follow Me Phone Number. If
disabled, Find Me Follow Me will not occur.
There are three separately-programmed Find Me Follow Me entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Find Me Follow Me
Program Options
No (0)
[Default] Disabled.
Yes (1)
Enabled.
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2317-(01-03): Start Hour [Stations: > Department Groups: > IntraMail Pro: > Find Me Follow Me
(2317): > Entry (1-3) Start Hour]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-3), use this option to set the hour when Find Me Follow Me will start. Find Me Follow
Me will occur only between this setting and the End Hour setting. This entry is in 24-hour (military time). For
example, 08 is 8:00 AM and 20 is 8:00 PM. For 24-hour Find Me Follow Me, make the Start Hour the same as the
End Hour.
There are three separately-programmed Find Me Follow Me entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Find Me Follow Me
Program Options
0
[Default] Midnight.
1-23
1:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
2317-(01-03): End Hour [Stations: > Department Groups: > IntraMail Pro: > Find Me Follow Me
(2317): > Entry (1-3) End Hour]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry (1-3), use this option to set the hour when Find Me Follow Me will end. Find Me Follow
Me will occur only between this the Start Hour and this setting. This entry is in 24-hour (military time). For
example, 08 is 8:00 AM and 20 is 8:00 PM. For 24-hour Find Me Follow Me, make the Start Hour the same as the
End Hour.
There are three separately-programmed Find Me Follow Me entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Find Me Follow Me
Program Options
0
[Default] Midnight.
1-23
1:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
2317-(01-03): Number [Stations: > Department Groups: > IntraMail Pro: > Find Me Follow Me
(2317): > Entry (1-3) Phone]
This option is available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
For the selected entry, use this option to set the telephone number (16 digits maximum) Find Me Follow Me will
dial. Enter the number exactly as you want the system to dial it (including a leading 1 for toll calls, if required),
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but do not include a line access code (such as 9). If the number you enter is 3 digits or less, it will be an Intercom
call. If it is more than 3 digits, it will be an outside call.
There are three separately-programmed Find Me Follow Me entries for each Subscriber Mailbox.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
None.
IntraMail Features
•
Find Me Follow Me
Program Options
Digits
Find Me Follow Me number (16 digits maximum).
[Default] = no entry.
NEC Corporation of America
General Channel
4 Forest Parkway
Shelton, CT 06484
www.necdsx.com
(1093100mip)
Printed in U.S.A.
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