SIPDEX M-200 IPPBX Supports SIP/ IAX2 and analog extensions as well as the ability to “Batch Add Users” by uploading extensions file.
Click Basic -> Extensions to configure:
Click New User to see the extension configuration interface as shown below:
|SIP / IAX2||Choose extension protocol.|
|Name||Extension Name (English Character Only), e.g. Tom.|
|Extension||Extension Number connected to the phone, e.g. 888.|
|Password||Password must be 6-16 digits, (e.g.12u3b6)|
|Outbound CID||Override the caller ID when dialing out with a trunk.|
|Dial Plan||Please choose the Dial Plan which is defined in the menu “Outbound Routes”.|
|Analog Phone||Please select the related FXS port for your analog phone.|
|Voicemail||Select this option to open the voicemail account|
|VM Password||Set password for Voicemail, (e.g. “1234”)|
|Delete VMail||Check this option to delete voicemail from system after it’s sent to mail box.|
|Email (Fax/Voicemail)||Extension user’s mail box, which is used for receiving fax or voicemail (you need to open the function to fax to email/voicemail), e.g. Tom@gmail.com|
|Web Manager||It’s allowed to login Extension Management Panel to manage extension like voicemail, call recording, call transfer, etc. when you select this option.|
|Agent||Check this option to set this extension user as agent.|
|Call Waiting||Enable call waiting|
|Allowing Being Spied||Check this option to allow being spied.|
|NAT||Check this option if extension user or the phone is located after the NAT (Network Address Translation) available gateway.|
|Pickup Group||Select the Pickup Group which the extension user belongs to.|
|Mobility Extension||After checking this option, you must set mobility extension number. User can make calls to the IP PBX server with this mobility number, and have all rights of this extension, e.g. Outbound Call, Internal Call, Listen to the voicemail.|
|Transport||Select the Transport Protocol: UDP, TCP, TLS|
|DTMF Mode||Default DTMF is rfc2833. It can be changed if necessary.|
|Video Call||Check to enable video call for this extension. And select the audio codecs you need to use.|
|Permit IP||Set IP-Phone permitted IP to visit this IP PBX, e.g.192.168.1.77or 192.168.10.0/255.255.255.0. IP-Phone with other IPs is not allowed to visit this IP PBX.|
|Audio Codec||Select what audio codec you need to use.|
- There are few default extensions which number started with “8XX”, you can add or delete extension by your requirement.
- To change the Extension
- Maximum extensions: 100.
- For security reason the default password is random character / symbol / number e.g. BB%ChH64rI, and every time when you reset to default system, it will randomly have a new passwordagain.
Change the Extension range
To Change the range of extensions.
Go Advanced -> Options -> General -> Extension Preferences.
And then click Save.
Default settings for New User
To change default settins for New User.
Go Advanced -> Options -> General -> Default settings for New User
And then click Save.
If you want to set up outbound call to connect to PSTN (Public Switch Telephone Network) or VoIP provider, please configure on this page: Basic -> Trunks
FXO / GSM Trunk
You can configure the Analog / GSM line through SIPDEX IPPBX. The same analog line can’t be used in multiple trunks.
Note: If you don’t have available analog/GSM trunk Module, you can’t set up trunk.
Click FXO/GSM Trunk -> New FXO/GSM Trunk
|Description||Define the description for this trunk (figure or character).|
|Prefix||The prefix will be added to the dialed number automatically when this trunk isin use.|
|Advanced Options||Advanced Options for this trunk, e.g. Call Method, Busy Detection, etc.|
Set the available analog line for this device. The same analog line can’t be used in several FXO/GSM trunks. If you don’t have available analog line, you can’t set up FXO/GSM trunk.
E1/T1 Trunk (PRI Trunk)
You can configure the T1 / E1 line through SIPDEX IPPBX.
- If you don’t have available 1PRI trunk Module, you can’t set up trunk.
- 1PRI Module must be install in slot 1 only
Step for configuration for the E1/T1
- Go System -> Module Settings
- Choose E1 / T1 connection
- Choose your Signaling , Framing , Coding , CRC4 settings for connect your PSTN
- Click Save
5. Click Yes to confirm and the system will reboot.
VoIP Trunk (SIP Trunk)
1. Click VoIP Trunk -> New VoIP Trunk
|Description||Define the VoIP (figure or character).|
|Protocol||Select protocol for outbound route, SIP or IAX2.|
|Host||Set host address (provided by VoIP Provider).|
|Maximum Channels||Set maximum channels for simultaneous call. (Only for outbound call; “0” = nolimitation).|
|Prefix||The prefix will be added in front of your dialed number automatically when thetrunk is in use.|
|Caller ID||This Caller ID will be displayed when user make outbound call.Note: This function must be supported by local provider.|
|WithoutAuthentication||If you don’t need the Authentication when connecting the IP PBX, please checkthis option.|
|User Name||User Name provided by VoIP Provider.|
|Password||Password provided by VoIP Provider.|
|Advanced Options||Advanced options for this trunk, e.g. codec, dial plan, etc.|
Outbound Routes is to define what trunk is used for outbound call by extension user. If user don’t allow extension user to call out, please ignore this part.
Configure on this page: Basic -> Outbound Routes
On DialPlans click Edit the DialPlan1
Click [Click here] to create the new DialRules for using the trunk to call out.
Click New DialRule to create the New Dial Rule
New Dial Rule
|Rule Name||Define the name for the dial rule.|
|Pin Set||Input this Pin when you use this dial rule.|
|Place this call through||Select a trunk for this dial rule|
|Custom Pattern||Z any one digit from 1 to 9N any one digit from 2 to 9X any one digit from 0 to 9. any one digit or multi-digit figures|
|Delete[ ]digits prefix||If one digit prefix be deleted, when dial 12345, 2345 will be sent.|
|Auto-add digit[ ]||If figure “1” is added,123451 will be sent when dialing 12345|
- 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