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1 SIP WEB SERVER CONFIGURATION The web interface is a set of web pages used to configure the various settings available on the SIP Module. This allows the SIP Module to be configured from any computer or device with a web browser. 1. SISTEM CONFIGURATION 1.1 CALLS TAB The Calls tab configures settings for outbound and inbound calls. Ringback tone the sound to be played when an outbound call is ringing. Default is the standard ringing noise, or a custom file can be uploaded and used. Uploaded files must be of WAV type, uncompressed PCM audio, encoded at 16-bit mono, with a sample rate of 8, 16, 32, or 48 khz. There is a file size limit of 900kB; this gives you just under 1 minute of audio at 8 khz or just under 30 seconds of audio at 16 khz. (This limit is shared between all uploaded audio files on the system.) Outbound ring limit How long to attempt an outbound call before giving up. Auto-answer If selected, inbound calls will immediately be answered. If deselected, inbound calls will be immediately rejected. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 1 de 15

2 1.2 LIGHTS/BUTTONS TAB The Lights/Buttons tab configures settings for the front panel buttons and lights. Phone number The number or extension to call when the primary button is pressed. Repeat function What to do when the primary button is pressed while a call is in progress. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 2 de 15

3 Inbound calls If the primary button is configured to hang up calls, this setting enables it to function on inbound calls, in addition to outbound calls. Secondary button installed Whether there is a secondary button attached. Function What the second button does when pressed: place a call, or trigger a momentary unlock. Phone number If the secondary button is configured to make a call, the number or extension to call when the secondary button is pressed. Repeat function If the secondary button is configured to make a call, what to do when the button is pressed while a call is in progress. Inbound calls If the secondary button is configured to make a call, this setting enables it to function on inbound calls, in addition to outbound calls. Status light 1 lit Selects the condition which will cause status light 1 to be lit (steady). If there is no status light 1, Unused / not present can be selected. Status light 1 blinking Selects the condition which will cause status light 1 to be blinking. If there is no status light 1, Unused / not present can be selected. Status light 2 lit Selects the condition which will cause status light 2 to be lit (steady). If there is no status light 2, Unused / not present can be selected. Status light 2 blinking Selects the condition which will cause status light 2 to be blinking. If there is no status light 2, Unused / not present can be selected. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 3 de 15

4 1.3 DOOR TAB The Door tab configures settings for the door lock and door sensor. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 4 de 15

5 Door lock installed Whether a door lock is attached or not. Lock type Indicates whether sending power to the lock causes it to latch or unlatch. Momentary unlock code The DTMF sequence to enter during a call to trigger a momentary unlock. Unlock duration How long a momentary unlock lasts. Play tone on Momentary unlock code entry Enables or disables a notification tone to let the user know the momentary unlock code was entered successfully. Hang up after Momentary unlock code If selected, after a momentary unlock is triggered, the call will automatically be ended. Allow leaving door unlock Enables a separate set of codes to leave the door unlocked continuously. (This is not suitable for some types of locks, such as ones that operate on direct AC power.) Leave door unlocked code The DTMF sequence to enter during a call to leave the door unlocked.this code can be used from any phone, so it should be reasonably long and kept secret except for intended users. Leave door locked code The DTMF sequence to enter during a call to return the door to its normal locked state, with momentary unlocking allowed. Play tone on Leave door locked/unlocked code entry Enables or disables a notification tone to let the user know the leave door locked/unlocked code was entered successfully. Hang up after Leave door locked/unlocked code If selected, after a Leave door locked/unlocked code is entered, the call will automatically be ended. Door sensor installed Whether or not a door position (open or closed) sensor is installed. Sensor type Indicates whether the sensor closes it circuit when the door is open or when the door is closed. Finish momentary unlock early when door is opened If selected, when a momentary unlock is triggered and the door is subsequently opened, the momentary unlock will finish even though the time limit has not been reached. Door ajar alarm Enables an alarm if the door is left open for a prolonged period of time. Alarm period How long the door must remain open before first triggering the alarm. Phone number The number or extension to call for an alarm. Alarm message The sound to play during an alarm. The default is a siren, or a custom audio file can be uploaded and used. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 5 de 15

6 Uploaded files must be of WAV type, uncompressed PCM audio, encoded at 16-bit mono, with a sample rate of 8, 16, 32, or 48 khz. There is a file size limit of 900KB; this gives you just under 1 minute of audio at 8 khz or just under 30 seconds of audio at 16 khz. (This limit is shared between all uploaded audio files on the system.) Repeat alarm every After the first alarm phone call, additional calls will be made at this interval until the door is closed. 1.4 ACCOUNTS TAB The Accounts tab configures settings for SIP accounts. Account name The name to use to identify this account. It will only be shown on this page and in the system logs. Display name The name to report to the SIP server, which may be shown to other callers (depending on the SIP server s configuration). Username/Number The phone number or extension this phone is configured with on the SIP server. Domain The hostname or domain name of the SIP server. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 6 de 15

7 Register with domain If checked, operates in normal SIP mode. If unchecked, operates in peer-to-peer (P2P) mode. Password If the SIP server requires a password to authenticate, enter it here. 1.5 AUDIO TAB The Audio tab configures settings for audio and codecs. Speaker volume The volume of the speaker; 6 is the normal volume, with 1 as the softest and 9 as the loudest. (Volumes above 7 use software gain and may introduce distortion.) Also allows muting the speaker. Microphone volume The volume of the microphone; 6 is the normal value, with 1 as the softest and 9 as the loudest. (Volumes above 6 use software gain and may introduce distortion.) Also allows muting the microphone. Microphone boost Enables the microphone boost, which adds +20dB of hardware gain. This should normally be left enabled, but some microphones may sound better with it disabled. Echo canceller This option reduces echo caused by feedback from the speaker to the SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 7 de 15

8 microphone. It has no effect locally; it is only audible to the party on the other end of a call from the SIP Module. Noise reduction This option reduces background noise such as fans and hums. It has no effect locally; it is only audible to the party on the other end of a call from the SIP Module. Choose preferred codec These settings enable/disable audio codecs and set their order of use; codecs at the top of the Preferred list are tried before codecs at the bottom of the list. 1.6 NETWORK TAB The Network tab configures settings for TCP/IP networking. Dynamic IP Choose this to use DHCP to assign an address automatically. Note that when using DHCP, you will have to determine the IP address assigned to the 516-POE Module SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 8 de 15

9 using your DHCP server or through some other method in order to access the configuration web pages in the future. Static IP Choose this to enter IP address settings manually. Warning: If you enter a configuration that is not accessible from your network, you may be unable to communicate with the SIP Modul. Double-check that the settings you enter are correct before rebooting the SIP Module to apply them. STUN Server Enter your STUN server here. STUN servers may be required to operate with a public SIP server from behind a NAT or router. RTP Select the UDP/TCP port range to use for sending RTP audio network traffic during a call. 1.7 SYSTEM TAB The System tab configures settings for the SIP Module s operating system and other administrative functions. Authentication Set the username and password used on the configuration web pages and Telnet shell. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 9 de 15

10 Syslog Configures a syslog server that can receive system logs from the SIP Module. (This requires a PC or server running a syslog server to receive and store the logs.) Date & Time NTP Enabled Automatically determine the time of day using an NTP server. This is recommended, as SIP Module does not have a battery-backed clock. Daylight saving Select this if daylight saving time is currently in effect in your location. Timezone Select the region that most closely matches your time zone. (Note that daylight saving time is not automatically applied based on region.) 1.8 MANAGEMENT TAB The Management tab has functions for managing the SIP Module s configuration and firmware. Backup/download Use this to retrieve a copy of the SIP Module s current configuration. Restore/upload Use this to upload a valid configuration file that was retrieved from a SIP Module. Note that a reboot will be required before the settings take effect. Firmware Use this to upload new firmware. DO NOT UNPLUG THE SIP MODULE OR INTERRUPT THE FIRMWARE UPGRADE PROCESS BEFORE IT COMPLETES, OR THE SIP MODULE MAY BE RENDERED UNUSABLE! SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 10 de 15

11 2. SAMPLE GETTING STARTED GUIDE Follow these basic instructions for getting started with the SIP Module. 1. Connect the SIP Module s Ethernet port to a network. If you are using Power- over-ethernet, it will power on immediately. If not, connect a 5 V DC power supply to the power port. (It is not recommended to connect two different power sources simultaneously.) 2. The SIP Module is controlled through a web interface. Its default IP address is To access this, you may have to modify network settings on your computer. (In Windows, this can be done from Network Properties, accessible from the Control Panel. Your computer s IP address must be The last two numbers can be anything from 0-255, but must not overlap with anything else on the network. Subnet mask should be Other settings are not necessary. 3. Once your computer is configured, you can use your web browser to configure the SIP Module. Navigate to the SIP Module s IP address (http:// ). The SIP Module will ask for a username and password. The defaults are admin and admin. 4. On the right side of the page is the Status bar. It shows the current status of the door lock and sensor, the SIP account status (by default, not configured and unregistered), and the SIP Module s system information (current IP address, Ethernet MAC address, and system time). 5. To change the IP address settings, go to the Network tab and modify settings in the WAN section. To set the network for DHCP, click the Dynamic IP radio button. (Note that when using DHCP, you will have to check your DHCP server s log to find out the SIP Module s IP address in order to monitor and configure it. For static IP addressing, click the Static IP radio button and fill in the relevant IP address fields with values from your network administrator. 6. To change the SIP account settings, go to the Account tab and modify settings in the first account. Most users will only need to set Username/Number (the phone number or extension assigned to this SIP Module) and Domain (the hostname or IP address of your SIP server). You may also provide an Account Name, which is used only for logging purposes, and a Display Name, which may be used by your SIP server depending on its configuration. If a password is for your SIP server or proxy server, provide it in the Password field. If your SIP server or proxy server requires an authentication username which is different from the name entered in Username/Number, enter it on the account s Advanced tab in the Auth Username field. If needed, you can configure a second SIP account. This account can be used only for receiving calls, not for placing outgoing calls. 7. After configuring the network and SIP settings for your SIP Module, use the configuration settings described in the next section to customize the intercom/call box and door lock functionality. The following settings are specific to the SIP Module s added functionality as an intercom/call box and a door lock controller. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 11 de 15

12 3. SETTINGS The following settings affect the phone functionality of the SIP Module. Speaker volume Microphone volume Noise reduction Echo canceller Ringback tone Outbound ring limit Answer inbound calls Primary button Phone number Secondary button Secondary button Function Secondary button Phone number Status light 1 function Status light 2 function Controls the volume of the speaker. Higher numbers are louder. (Default: 6) Controls the volume of the microphone. Higher numbers are louder. (Default: 6) Enables noise reduction for use in noisy environments such as parking garages or outdoors. Enables echo cancellation, so that callers on the other end do not hear their own echo. Useful when the speaker volume is very high. Selects the sound to be played while an outgoing call is connecting. Default is the normal telephone ringtone, or you can upload a custom ringback tone. To do this, select a WAV file from your PC and press the Submit button; this will upload the file as the custom ringback tone. (Be sure to select the option for playing the custom ringback tone instead of the default ringback tone.) Uploaded files must be of WAV type, uncompressed PCM audio, encoded at 16-bit mono, with a sample rate of 8, 16, 32, or 48 khz. There is file size limit of 900KB; this gives you just under 1 minute of audio at 8 khz or just under 30 seconds of audio at 16 khz. (This limit is shared between all uploaded audio files on the system.) Select the number of rings to allow before giving up on an attempted outgoing call. If selected, incoming phone calls will be answered automatically. Pressing the primary button will dial this phone number or extension. Not all units are equipped with a secondary button. This setting indicates whether a secondary button is present on your unit. Selects between different functions for the secondary button: place a call, or unlock the door (when the secondary button is located inside of a locked door and the SIP Module is being used to control the door lock). If the secondary button is configured to dial a number, pressing it will dial this phone number or extension. SIP Module units may be equipped with one or more status lights. Use these to select what each status light will indicate. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 12 de 15

13 The following settings affect the door lock functionality of the SIP Module. Door lock Lock type Momentary unlock code Unlock duration Play tone on unlock Allow leaving door unlocked Leave door unlocked code Leave door locked code Door sensor Sensor type Finish momentary unlock early when door is opened Door ajar alarm Alarm period Phone number to dial Enables the door lock functionality on the SIP Module Select the type of lock the SIP Module is controlling: a failsecure lock where applying power opens the lock (most electric strike plates), or a fail-safe lock where applying power closes the lock (most magnetic bar locks). During a call, entering this code from a touch-tone phone will cause the door to unlock for a short time to allow entry. When the Momentary unlock code is entered, the door will unlock for this duration. When the Momentary unlock code is entered correctly, select this to play a tone indicating that the door was successfully unlocked. Enable or disable codes that set the door to remain permanently unlocked or locked (notwithstanding the momentary unlock feature) Entering this code from a touch-tone phone during a call will set the door to remain unlocked all the time. Entering this code from a touch-tone phone during a call will set the door to remain locked all the time, and the Momentary Unlock Code must be used to open the door. Enables a door sensor which indicates whether the door is open or closed. Select the type of door sensor connected to the SIP Module: normally-open (a closed circuit indicates the door is closed) or normally-closed (a closed circuit indicates the door is open). If this option is selected, then when the Momentary Unlock Code is used to open the door, and the sensor indicates that the door has been subsequently opened, the lock will return to the locked position immediately instead of waiting for the full momentary unlock duration. This option will trigger an alarm if the door is left open for an extended period of time. The length of time the door must be left open before the alarm is activated. When the alarm is activated, the SIP Module will call this phone number or extension to play the alarm message. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 13 de 15

14 Alarm message Selects the message to be played when a door is ajar alarm call is made. Default is a repeating whoop alarm tone, or you can upload a custom message. To do this, select a WAV file from your PC and press the Submit button; this will upload the file as the custom message. (Be sure to select the option for playing the custom message instead of the default message.) Uploaded files must be of WAV type, uncompressed PCM audio, encoded at 16-bit mono, with a sample rate of 8, 16, 32, or 48 khz. There is file size limit of 900KB; this gives you just under 1 minute of audio at 8 khz or just under 30 seconds of audio at 16 khz. (This limit is shared between all uploaded audio files on the system.) Repeat alarm ev After the alarm is activated the first time, additional alarm calls will be made at this interval until the door is closed. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 14 de 15

15 4. SOFTWARE-BASED FACTORY RESET As a reset to factory defaults function, two pins on the Auxiliary I/O Expansion 7-pin connector (labelled J29, on the top-right of the board) can be jumpered together using a standard 2 mm electrical jumper. Here are the steps for activating the factory reset: 1. Unplug the SIP Module from power, and if anything is connected to the 7-pin connector, unplug it as well. 2. Install a 2 mm jumper across pins 2 and Plug in power to the SIP Module (either Power-over-Ethernet or 5V DC can be used). 4. Wait at least 10 seconds for the SIP Module to boot, read the jumper, and apply the factory reset. 5. Unplug the SIP Module from power. 6. Remove the jumper. 7. Reattach any cables or devices that you detached, and plug in the SIP Module to power it on. When it boots up, it will have been restored to factory defaults. SIP WEB SERVER Version 1.0 Page 15 de 15

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