By default, System had store 10 Music, let you change Music of Music on hold, Music on Ring back, Music on Queue
Click Advanced -> Music Settings
Also you can add your own Music, remember custom music must be wav (16bit/8000Hz/Mono), gms, ulaw or alaw format and max file size is 15MB.
Click Advanced -> Music Settings -> Music Management
To change the General Options
Go Advanced -> Options -> General
|Operator Extension||Set extension number for Operator.|
|Global Ring Time Set||Set Ring time for every extension.|
|Enable Transfer||Check to enable Transfer.|
|Enable Music On Ring back||Check to enable Music On Ring back.|
|Record Format||Set the format for recording files. (GSM/WAV only)|
|T.38 fax (UDPTL) Passthrough||Enables T.38 fax (UDPTL) passthrough on SIP to SIP calls|
Global Analog Settings
Go Advanced -> Options -> Global Analog Settings
|Caller ID Detection||Enable/Disable Caller ID Detection|
|Caller ID Signaling||Select the mode of Caller ID Signaling.|
|Caller ID Start||Ring–Caller ID start before ring.Polarity–Caller ID start when polarity reversal starts.|
|CID Buffer Length||Default CID Buffer Length|
|Opermode||Set the Opermode for FXO/GSM Ports.|
|ToneZone||Select the ToneZone in your country.|
|Relax DTMF||Enable/Disable Relax DTMF inspection.|
|Echo Cancel||Enable/Disable Echo Cancel|
|Echo Training||Set Echo Training (default unit: ms)|
|Busy Detection||Enable/Disable Busy Detection.|
|Busy Count||Count the Busy Detection. It will be active when enablingBusy Detection.|
Global SIP Settings is appropriate for professionals. If anything needs to be modified, please contact our tech-support people.
|UDP Port to bind to||SIP standard port is 5060|
|TCP Port||Default TCP port is 5060|
|TLS Port||Default TLS port is 5061|
|Start RTP Port||RTP port range|
|End RTP Port||RTP port range|
|DTMF Mode||Set default DTMF mode for sending DTMF, support auto,RFC2833, inband, info. Default: RFC 2833|
|MaxRegistration/SubscriptionTime||Maximum duration (in seconds) of incomingregistrations/subscriptions is 3600 seconds by default|
|Min Registration/SubscriptionTime||Minimum duration (in seconds) ofregistrations/subscriptions is 60 seconds by default|
|Default Incoming/OutgoingRegistration Time||Default duration (in seconds) of incoming/outgoingregistration|
|External IP||Address that we’re going to put in outbound SIPmessages if we’re behind a NAT|
|External Host||Alternatively, you can specify an external host, and Asterisk will perform DNSqueries periodically. Not recommended for production environments! Useexternal IP instead|
|External Refresh||How often to refresh external host if used. You mayspecify a local network in the field below|
|Local Network Address||192.168.0.0/255.255.0.0′ : All RFC 1918 addresses are local networks,’10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0′ : Also RFC1918, ‘172.16.0.0/12′ : Another RFC1918 withCIDR notation,’169.254.0.0/255.255.0.0’ : Zero conf local network|
|TOS for Signaling packets||Sets Type of Service for SIP packets|
|TOS for RTP audio packets||Sets Type of Service for RTP audio packets|
|TOS for RTP video packets||Sets Type of Service for RTP video packets|
|Enable Relaxed DTMF||Relax DTMF handling|
|RTP Time Out||Terminate call if 60 seconds of no RTP activity when we’re not on hold|
|RTP Hold Time Out||Terminate call if 300 seconds of no RTP activity when we’re on hold(must be > RTP time out)|
|Trust Remote Party ID||If Remote-Party-ID should be trusted|
|Send Remote Party ID||If Remote-Party-ID should be sent|
|Generate In-Band Ringing||If we should generate in-band ringing always, use ‘never’ to never use in-band signaling, even in cases where some buggy devices might not renderit. Default: never|
|Add ‘user=phone’ to URI||If checked, ‘user=phone’ is added to URI that contains a valid phonenumber|
|Send Compact SIP Headers||Send compact sip headers|
You can enable SSH, FTP service on M-200 or change Web GUI management port.
Click Security -> Service
External Storage for store the Voice log and Call Detail.
Before connect your disk to M-200 IPPBX Make sure your USB Storage in FAT32.
Step to connect USB Storage
- Unplug the power supply.
- Plug the USB Disk to USB port.
3.Connect the power supply.
4. Login in to the M-200 IPPBX
5.If connection success In Home -> System Info will show your capacity
Backup system can decrease the loss when system failure.
Click System -> Backup -> Take a Backup
Download backup file from SIPDEX PBX
Click can download backup file
* Don’t change file name.
Upload backup file to SIPDEX IP PBX
Click System -> Backup -> Upload Backup File -> choose backup file -> Upload
In this session, you can reboot system or restore system to factory state.
Click System -> Reset & Reboot
|Factory Defaults||Reset whole system to default factory state (All setting will be cleared)|
A software image upgrade can be necessary for these reasons:
- You want to implement new features in your IPPBX that are available in the later software release.
- You want to install a new module card that the current software version does not support.
- A known bug has affected your IPPBX. The later software release resolves the bug.
Click System -> Upgrade
|WEB Upgrade||Through WEB GUI to upgrade SIPDEX IPPBX system|
|TFTP Upgrade||Through TFTP Server to upgrade SIPDEX IPPBX system|
|Restore Default Set||If checked, after upgrade success system will be restore to factory default state|
To reset the IP address to the default IP address “192.168.0.100”(ETH) or reset the login & password to default value, press the reset button on the panel for more than 6 seconds. After the device is rebooted
|Reset||Press less than 6 sec||System reboot.|
|Press over 6 sec||Reset to Factory Default|
* Please be reminded to reset to factory default. Uploaded music setting (on hold music) and backup file will not be removed.
- School IP Phone system
- SIP Call Logger
- Chapter 1: Hardware Setup
- Chapter 2: Connect to the Network & Access IPPBX
- Chapter 3: Basic Configuration & Outgoing Call
- Chapter 4: Incoming Call
- Chapter 5: System Feature
- Chapter 6: Extension User Web Portal
- Chapter 7: Feature Code
- Chapter 8: Fax
- Chapter 9: Call Recording
- Chapter 10: Networking
- Chapter 11: Security
- Chapter 12: System Settings
- Chapter 13: Reporting