1 The IP Endpoint Company VoIP Zone Controller: 4-Port Audio Out Operations Guide SiP Compliant Document Part #930109D for Firmware Version CyberData Corporation 3 Justin Court Monterey, CA (831)
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3 Revision History Revision D, which corresponds to firmware version 1.0.6, was released on November 15, 2011 and has the following changes: Updates the Product Overview introduction with the following text: The VoIP Zone Controller is a PoE-enabled, single SIP-endpoint, enabling user-defined paging zones through RCA line level output connections to legacy analog amplifiers to existing legacy analog speakers.
4 i Contents Chapter 1 Product Overview How to Identify this Product Product features Supported Product Specifications...2 Chapter 2 Implementing the VoIP Zone Controller Parts List Typical Installation Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Cables Used for Connecting to Legacy Analog Amplifiers Connect to the Power Source Connect to the Network Confirm that the VoIP Zone Controller is Up and Running...7 Confirm Power on, Network Connectivity, and Connection Speed...7 Verify Network Activity Restore the Factory Default Settings as Required Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Gather the Required Configuration Information...9 Static or DHCP Addressing?...9 Username and Password for Configuration GUI...9 SIP Settings Log in to the Configuration GUI Configure the Network Parameters Change the Default Username and Password Configure the SIP Parameters Set up the Zones Operating the VoIP Zone Controller Upgrading the Firmware Rebooting the VoIP Zone Controller...23 Appendix A Setting Up a TFTP Server 24 A.1 Set up a TFTP Server...24 A.1.1 In a LINUX Environment...24 A.1.2 In a Windows Environment...24 Appendix B Troubleshooting/Technical Support 25 B.1 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)...25 B.1.1 Documentation...25 B.2 Contact Information...26 B.3 Warranty...27 B.3.1 Warranty & RMA Returns within the United States...27 B.3.2 Warranty & RMA Returns Outside of the United States...27 B.3.3 Spare in the Air Policy...27 B.3.4 Return and Restocking Policy...28 B.3.5 Warranty and RMA Returns Page...28 Index 29
5 1 1 Product Overview The VoIP Zone Controller is a PoE-enabled, single SIP-endpoint, enabling user-defined paging zones through RCA line level output connections to legacy analog amplifiers to existing legacy analog speakers. SIP compliant IP-PBX's can now interface with existing legacy analog paging speaker installations. 1.1 How to Identify this Product To identify the VoIP Zone Controller, look for a model number label similar to the one shown in Figure 1-1. The model number on the label should be Figure 1-1. Model Number Label CONTROLLER, VoIP ZONE,4-PORT AUDIO OUT, RoHS COMPLIANT B / E Model number
6 Product Overview Product features Product features SIP compliancy 10/100BaseT Ethernet Connection Page any combination of zones in 15 configurable groups TFTP-based firmware upgrades PoE enabled Connector for optional external power supply 1.3 Supported HTTP Web-based configuration Provides an intuitive GUI for easy system configuration and verification of speaker operations. DHCP Client TFTP Client Audio Codec G.711 U-law DTMF detection 1.4 Product Specifications Specifications Regulatory Compliance FCC Class A, UL 60950, CE Power Requirement PoE or 48V DC Connection Speed 10/100 Mbps Protocol SIP compliant Part Number Dimensions 6.11 L x 4.05 W x 1.15 H Weight 1.2 pounds
7 3 2 Implementing the VoIP Zone Controller The topics in this chapter provide information on setting up, configuring, and using the VoIP Zone Controller. 2.1 Parts List The packaging for the VoIP Zone Controller includes the parts in this illustration. Table 2-1. Parts List Quantity Part Name Illustration 1 VoIP Zone Controller 1 Installation Quick Reference Guide 1 Mounting Template (located on the last page of the Installation Quick Reference) 1 Mounting Kit (part #070057A) which includes: (2) #4-6 x 7/8" Mounting Anchors (2) #4 x 1-1/4" Round Phillips Wood Screws
8 Typical Installation Typical Installation Figure 2-2 illustrates how the VoIP Zone Controller is normally installed as part of a paging system. Figure 2-2. Typical Installation
9 Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Before you set up the VoIP Zone Controller, be sure that you have received all the parts described in Section 2.1, "Parts List" Cables Used for Connecting to Legacy Analog Amplifiers The VoIP Zone Controller connects to zones through RCA line level output connections to legacy analog amplifiers to existing legacy analog speakers Connect to the Power Source To use PoE, plug a Cat 5 Ethernet cable from the VoIP Zone Controller Ethernet port to your network. As an alternative to PoE, you can plug one end of a +48V DC power supply into the VoIP Zone Controller, and plug the other end into a receptacle. If required, connect the earth grounding wire to the chassis ground on the back of the unit. Figure 2-3. Connecting to the Power Source Chassis ground
10 Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Connect to the Network Plug one end of a standard Ethernet cable into the VoIP Zone Controller Ethernet port. Plug the other end into your network. Figure 2-4. Connecting to the Network
11 Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Confirm that the VoIP Zone Controller is Up and Running The indicator LEDs on the front of the VoIP Zone Controller verify the unit s operations. Figure 2-5. VoIP Zone Controller Indicator LEDs RTFM switch Link Activity Status Paging On when network connection is established Orange when connection speed = 100Mbps Yellow when connection speed = 10Mbps Blinks to indicate network activity Blinks when unit is up and running Blinks when unit is paging Confirm Power on, Network Connectivity, and Connection Speed When you plug in the Ethernet cable or power supply: The round, BLUE Status LED on the front of the VoIP Zone Controller comes on indicating that the power is on. Once the device has been initialized, this LED blinks at one second intervals. The square, GREEN Link LED above the Ethernet port indicates that the network connection has been established. The Link LED changes color to confirm the auto-negotiated connection speed: This LED is YELLOW at 10 Mbps. This LED is ORANGE at 100 Mbps. The GREEN Paging LED comes on after the device is booted and initialized. This LED blinks when a page is in progress Verify Network Activity The square, YELLOW Activity LED blinks when there is network activity.
12 Setting up the VoIP Zone Controller Restore the Factory Default Settings as Required The VoIP Zone Controller is delivered with factory set default values for the following parameters. Use the RTFM switch (see Figure 2-6) on the back of the unit to restore these parameters to the factory default settings. Figure 2-6. RTFM Switch Note When you perform this procedure, the factory default settings are restored for all the following parameters. Parameter Factory Default Setting IP Addressing static IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Username admin Password admin To restore these parameters to the factory default settings: 1. Press and hold the RTFM switch until the paging LEDs come on. 2. Continue to hold the RTFM switch after the LEDs go off. 3. Continue to hold the RTFM switch until the audio LEDs come on a second time (approximately 10 to 12 seconds). 4. Release the RTFM switch. 5. Wait for approximately five seconds. 6. Power down the device. 7. Wait for approximately 10 seconds. 8. Power on the device. The unit should now be restored to factory defaults.
13 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Use this section to configure the VoIP Zone Controller Gather the Required Configuration Information Have the following information available before you configure the VoIP Zone Controller Static or DHCP Addressing? Know whether your system uses static or dynamic (DHCP) IP addressing. If it uses static addressing, you also need to know the values to assign to the following VoIP Zone Controller parameters: IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Username and Password for Configuration GUI Determine the Username and Password that will replace the defaults after you initially log in to the configuration GUI. The Username is case-sensitive, and must be from four to 25 alphanumeric characters long. The Password is case-sensitive, and must be from four to 20 alphanumeric characters long SIP Settings To configure the SIP parameters, determine whether you want to register the VoIP Zone Controller. If you do, determine the number of minutes the registration lease remains valid, and whether you want to automatically unregister when you reboot. To configure the SIP parameters, you also need to determine the values for these parameters: SIP Server IP Address Remote and Local SIP Port Numbers SIP User ID, and Authenticate ID and Password for this User ID
14 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Log in to the Configuration GUI To log in: 1. For the initial configuration of the VoIP Zone Controller, open your browser and enter the following address: Note To work with the VoIP Zone Controller configuration after the initial configuration, log in using the IP address you assign to the device. Section 2.4.3, "Configure the Network Parameters" provides instructions for entering the IP address. 2. When prompted, use the following default Username and Password to open the configuration Home page: Username: admin Password: admin Figure 2-7. Home Page
15 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller On the Home Page, review the setup details and navigation buttons described in Table 2-1. Table 2-1. Home Page Overview Web Page Item Device Name Serial # Ethernet Address IP Addressing IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway DNS Server 1 DNS Server 2 Description Shows the device name. Device serial number. Device ethernet address. Shows the current IP addressing setting (DHCP or static). Shows the current IP address. Shows the current subnet mask address. Shows the current default gateway address. Shows the DNS Server 1 address. Shows the DNS Server 2 address. Link to the Network Setup web page. Link to the Admin Settings web page. Link to the SIP Setup web page. Link to the Zones Setup web page. Link to the Upgrade Firmware web page. At this point you can: Review the VoIP Zone Controller s Current Settings. Use the RTFM switch to restore the factory default settings. See Section 2.3.5, "Restore the Factory Default Settings as Required". Configure the network parameters. Click Network Setup and refer to Section 2.4.3, "Configure the Network Parameters" for instructions. Configure the Admin parameters. Click Admin Settings and refer to Section 2.4.4, "Change the Default Username and Password" for instructions. Configure the SIP parameters. Click SIP Setup and see Section 2.4.5, "Configure the SIP Parameters". Configure the Zones parameters. Click Zones Setup and refer to...for instructions. Note Click the Upgrade Firmware button any time you need to upload new versions of the firmware or Reboot the VoIP Zone Controller. Refer to Section 2.7, "Upgrading the Firmware" and Section 2.8, "Rebooting the VoIP Zone Controller" for instructions.
16 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Configure the Network Parameters Configuring the network parameters enables your network to recognize the VoIP Zone Controller and communicate with it. Click Network Setup on the Home page to open the Network Configuration page. Figure 2-8. Network Setup Page
17 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller 13 On the Network Setup page, enter values for the parameters indicated in Table 2-2. Table 2-2. Network Setup Parameters Web Page Item IP Addressing* IP Address* Subnet Mask Default Gateway DNS Server 1* DNS Server 2* Description Select either DHCP IP Addressing or Static IP Addressing by marking the appropriate radio button. If you select Static, configure the remaining parameters indicated in Table 2-2. If you select DHCP, go to Step 3. Enter the Static IP address. Enter the Subnet Mask address. Enter the Default Gateway address. Enter the DNS Server 1 address. Enter the DNS Server 2 address. Click on this button to save your configuration settings. Changing a parameter that has an asterisk next to it will cause a system reboot when saved. Link to the Admin Settings web page. Link to the SIP Setup web page. Link to the Zones Setup web page. Link to the Upgrade Firmware web page. Link to the Home page. On this page: 1. Specify whether you use Static or DHCP IP Addressing by marking the appropriate radio button. Then, if you select Static, go to Step 2. Note Changing the IP Addressing selection causes the system to reboot when click Save Settings. 2. For Static IP Addressing, also enter values for the following parameters: Note a. The VoIP Zone Controller s IP Address: The VoIP Zone Controller is delivered with a factory default IP address. Change the default address to the correct IP address for your system. Changing the VoIP Zone Controller s IP Address causes the system to reboot when you click Save Settings. b. The Subnet Mask. c. The Default Gateway. 3. Click Save Settings when you finish.
18 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Change the Default Username and Password On the Home page, click Admin Settings to open the Administrate Settings page. After changing the Username and Password on this page, new browser requests will require you to log in using these new parameters. Figure 2-9. Administrator Settings Page
19 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller On the Administrator Settings page, enter values for the parameters indicated in Table 2-3. Table 2-3. Administrator Settings Parameters Web Page Item Device Name Change Web Access Username Change Web Access Password Re-enter New Password Enter the name of the device. Description Use this field to change the Web Access Username Use this field to change the Web Access Password Use this field to re-enter a new password Click on this button to save your configuration settings. Changing a parameter that has an asterisk next to it will cause a system reboot when saved. Link to the Network Setup web page. Link to the SIP Setup web page. Link to the Zones Setup web page. Link to the Upgrade Firmware web page. Link to the Home page. To change the default Web access Username and Password: 1. Enter the new Username from four to 25 alphanumeric characters in the Change Username field. The Username is case-sensitive. 2. Enter the new Password from four to 20 alphanumeric characters in the Change Password field. The Password is case-sensitive. 3. Enter the new password again in the Re-enter New Password field. 4. Click Save Settings.
20 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Configure the SIP Parameters The SIP parameters enable the VoIP Zone Controller to contact and register with the SIP server. On the Home page, click SIP Setup to open the SIP Configuration page. Figure SIP Setup Page
21 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller On the SIP Setup page, enter values for the parameters indicated in Table 2-4. SIP Server* Web Page Item Table 2-4. SIP Setup Parameters Description Enter the SIP server represented as either a numeric IP address in dotted decimal notation or the fully qualified host name (FQHN) up to 64 characters. Remote SIP Port* Enter the Remote SIP Port number (default is 5060). Local SIP Port* Enter the Local SIP Port number (default is 5060). SIP User ID* Authenticate ID* Authenticate Password* SIP Registration* Unregister on Reboot* Register Expiration* Enter the SIP User ID (up to 25 alphanumeric characters). Enter the Authenticate ID (up to 25 alphanumeric characters). Enter the Authenticate Password (up to 25 alphanumeric characters). Enable/Disable SIP Registration. Select Yes to automatically unregister the speaker when it is rebooted. Select No to keep the speaker registered when it is rebooted. Enter the SIP Registration lease time in minutes (default is 60 minutes). Click on this button to save your configuration settings. Changing a parameter that has an asterisk next to it will cause a system reboot when saved. Link to the Network Setup web page. Link to the Admin Settings web page. Link to the Zones Setup web page. Link to the Upgrade Firmware web page. Link to the Home page. 1. Enter the IP address of the SIP Server. 2. Enter the port numbers used for SIP signaling: a. Remote SIP Port b. Local SIP Port
22 Configuring the VoIP Zone Controller Enter the SIP registration parameters: a. SIP User ID b. Authenticate ID c. Authenticate Password 4. For SIP Registration, designate whether you want the VoIP Zone Controller to register with your SIP server. 5. At Unregister on Reboot: a. Select Yes to automatically unregister the VoIP Zone Controller when you reboot it. Section 2.8, "Rebooting the VoIP Zone Controller" provides instructions on that process. b. Select No to keep the VoIP Zone Controller registered when you reboot it. 6. In the Register Expiration field, enter the number of minutes the VoIP Zone Controller registration lease remains valid with the SIP Server. The VoIP Zone Controller automatically reregisters with the SIP server before the lease expiration timeout.
23 Set up the Zones Set up the Zones Each audio output jack on the VoIP Zone Controller represents a Zone. A Group is comprised of a combination of one or more Zones. You will need to plug any Zones that are used on the VoIP Zone Controller into an analog amplifier. Any speakers attached to the amplifier will be present in the Zone. 1. Click on the Zones Setup button to open the Zones Setup page. See Figure Figure Zones Setup
24 Set up the Zones On the Zones Setup page, enter values for the parameters indicated in Table 2-5. Table 2-5. Zones Setup Parameters Web Page Item Device Name Beep Before Page Bypass DTMF Enable Zones 1-4 Checkboxes Group Name RTFM Announce Shows the name of the device. Description Check this box to play a beep before a page is sent. Check this box to send a page without having to enter a twodigit tone. When enabled, all four zones will be paged without waiting for DTMF entry. Check this box to enable the Group. Check the box for the Zones that should comprise this Group. Assign an identifier to the Group. Check the box for the Zone that you want to hear a RTFM announcement from. Click on this button to save your configuration settings. Changing a parameter that has an asterisk next to it will cause a system reboot when saved. Link to the Network Setup web page. Link to the Admin Settings web page. Link to the SIP Setup web page. Link to the Upgrade Firmware web page. Link to the Home page. 3. After changing the parameters, click Save Settings.
25 Operating the VoIP Zone Controller Operating the VoIP Zone Controller When you call to make a page, the VoIP Zone Controller generates a tone over the phone. When you hear this tone, enter the two-digit code for the group that you want to page. The VoIP Zone Controller establishes a connection to a group. The VoIP Zone Controller generates another tone to the phone. When you hear this tone, you can begin speaking. Note Group 00 is configured to Page All Zones. 2.7 Upgrading the Firmware The firmware on the board consists of two files: a Kernel and an Application, that can be loaded separately. Uploading the firmware files requires a host machine running a TFTP server. If you need to set up this server, "Appendix A: Setting Up a TFTP Server" provides instructions. Figure Firmware Upgrade Page
26 Upgrading the Firmware 22 To upload a firmware file, log in as instructed in Section 2.4.2, "Log in to the Configuration GUI". Table 2-6 shows the web page items on the Firmware Upgrade page. System Configuration Bootname Web Page Item Table 2-6. Firmware Upgrade Parameters Description Shows the current configuration. Shows the current boot loader filename. Kernel Shows the current kernel filename for partition 1 and 2. Application Shows the current application filename for partition 1 and 2. TFTP Server IP address New Filename Enter the TFTP Server IP address. Use this field to enter the new file name for the kernel or application firmware file that you are uploading. Click on this button to automatically upload the selected firmware and reboot the system. Click on this button to reboot the system. Link to the Network Setup web page. Link to the Admin Settings web page. Link to the SIP Setup web page. Link to the Zones Setup web page. Link to the Home page. 1. On the Home page, click Upgrade Firmware to open the Firmware Upgrade page. 2. Enter the TFTP Server IP address. 3. Enter the Kernel or Application New Filename for the firmware file you are uploading. 4. Select the Partition to which the firmware is uploaded. 5. Click Upload File to automatically upload the selected firmware, and reboot your system.
27 Rebooting the VoIP Zone Controller Rebooting the VoIP Zone Controller To reboot the system, log in as instructed in Section 2.4.2, "Log in to the Configuration GUI". Figure Firmware Upgrade Page 1. On the Home page, click Upgrade Firmware to open the Firmware Upgrade page. Go to the Reboot section on the right side of the page. 2. Click Reboot.
28 24 Appendix A: Setting Up a TFTP Server A.1 Set up a TFTP Server Upgrading the VoIP Zone Controller firmware requires a TFTP server on which you access the Web interface where you can upload the firmware files. A.1.1 In a LINUX Environment To set up a TFTP server on LINUX: 1. Create a directory dedicated to the TFTP server, and move the files to be uploaded to that directory. 2. Run the following command where /tftpboot/ is the path to the directory you created in Step 1: the directory that contains the files to be uploaded. For example: in.tftpd -l -s /tftpboot/your_directory_name A.1.2 In a Windows Environment You can find several options online for setting up a Windows TFTP server. This example explains how to use the Solarwinds freeware TFTP server, which you can download at: To set up a TFTP server on Windows: 1. Install and start the software. 2. Select File/Configure/Security tab/transmit Only. 3. Make a note of the default directory name, and then move the firmware files to be uploaded to that directory.
29 25 Appendix B: Troubleshooting/Technical Support B.1 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Go to the following URL to see CyberData s list of frequently asked questions: B.1.1 Documentation The documentation for this product is released in an English language version only. You can download PDF copies of CyberData product documentation at:
30 26 Contact Information B.2 Contact Information Contact CyberData Corporation 3 Justin Court Monterey, CA USA Phone: 800-CYBERDATA ( ) Fax: Sales Sales Extension 334 Technical Support The fastest way to get technical support for your VoIP product is to submit a VoIP Technical Support form at the following website: We have several technical support staff monitoring this form and they will contact you within 12 hours after receiving a form submission. Phone: (831) , Ext Returned Materials Authorization To return the product, contact the Returned Materials Authorization (RMA) department: Phone: , Extension When returning a product to CyberData, an approved CyberData RMA number must be printed on the outside of the original shipping package. No product will be accepted for return without an approved RMA number. Send the product, in its original package, to the following address: CyberData Corporation 3 Justin Court Monterey, CA Attention: RMA "your RMA number" RMA Status Form If you need to inquire about the repair status of your product(s), please use the CyberData RMA Status form at the following web address:
31 Warranty 27 B.3 Warranty CyberData warrants its product against defects in material or workmanship for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Should the product fail within the warranty period, CyberData will repair or replace the product free of charge. This warranty includes all parts and labor. Should the product fail out-of-warranty, a flat rate repair charge of one half of the purchase price of the product will be assessed. Repairs that are in warranty but are damaged by improper modifications or abuse, will be charged at the out-of-warranty rate. Products shipped to CyberData, both in and out-of-warranty, are shipped at the expense of the customer. Shipping charges for repaired products shipped back to the customer by CyberData, will be paid by CyberData. CyberData shall not under any circumstances be liable to any person for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages, including without limitation, damages resulting from use or malfunction of the products, loss of profits or revenues or costs of replacement goods, even if CyberData is informed in advance of the possibility of such damages. B.3.1 Warranty & RMA Returns within the United States If service is required, you must contact CyberData Technical Support prior to returning any products to CyberData. Our Technical Support staff will determine if your product should be returned to us for further inspection. If Technical Support determines that your product needs to be returned to CyberData, an RMA number will be issued to you at this point. Your issued RMA number must be printed on the outside of the shipping box. No product will be accepted for return without an approved RMA number. The product in its original package should be sent to the following address: CyberData Corporation 3 Justin Court. Monterey, CA Attn: RMA "xxxxxx" B.3.2 Warranty & RMA Returns Outside of the United States If you purchased your equipment through an authorized international distributor or reseller, please contact them directly for product repairs. B.3.3 Spare in the Air Policy CyberData now offers a Spare in the Air no wait policy for warranty returns within the United States and Canada. More information about the Spare in the Air policy is available at the following web address:
32 Warranty 28 B.3.4 Return and Restocking Policy For our authorized distributors and resellers, please refer to your CyberData Service Agreement for information on our return guidelines and procedures. For End Users, please contact the company that you purchased your equipment from for their return policy. B.3.5 Warranty and RMA Returns Page The most recent warranty and RMA information is available at the CyberData Warranty and RMA Returns Page at the following web address:
33 29 Index Symbols +48V DC power supply 5 Numerics 100 Mbps indicator LED 7 A act LED 7 address, login 10 addressing DHCP 9, 13 static 9, 13 admin settings button 14 admin username and password 10 administrator settings page 14 amplifier connections cables used 1, 5 asterisk 13, 15, 17, 20 authenticate ID and password for SIP server registration 18 B beep before page 20 blue status LED 7 bypass DTMF 20 C cables used to connect the paging device to the legacy analog amplifiers 1, 5 cat 5 ethernet cable 5 changing default username and password for configuration GUI 14 configurable parameters 11, 13, 17, 22 configuration information 9 connection speed 2 connections cables used 1, 5 contact information 26 contact information for CyberData 26 current settings, reviewing 11 CyberData contact information 26 D default gateway 8 IP address 8 subnet mask 8 username and password 8 default gateway 8, 13 default gateway for static addressing 13 default password for configuration GUI 10 default settings, restoring 8 default username and password for configuration GUI 10 DHCP addressing 9, 13 DHCP IP addressing 13 dimensions 2 DNS server 11, 13 dual speeds 7 E enable feature 20 ethernet port 5 expiration time for SIP server lease 17, 18 F features 2 firmware upgrade page 22, 23 firmware upgrades 24 firmware, upgrade 11, 21 G green link LED 7 green paging LED 7 Group 19 GUI username and password 14
34 30 I identifying your product 1 IP address 8, 13, 22 SIP server 17 IP addressing 13 default IP addressing setting 8 L lease, SIP server expiration time 17, 18 link LED 7 Linux, setting up a TFTP server on 24 local SIP port 17 log in address 10 logging in to configuration GUI 10 N network activity, verifying 7 network configuration page 12 network parameters, configuring 12 network setup button 11, 12 network, connecting to 6 O orange link LED 7 output connections 1, 5 P paging LED 7 part number 2 parts list 3 password configuration GUI 9, 14 for SIP server login 17 restoring the default 8 SIP server authentication 18 pgroups configuration 11 port ethernet 5 local SIP 17 remote SIP 17 power connecting to 5 requirement 2 product overview 1 R reboot 22 unregistering from SIP server during 18 zone controller 23 registration and expiration, SIP server lease expiration 18 registration and expiration, SIP server lease 17 regulatory compliance 2 remote SIP port 17 required configuration for web access username and password 9, 15 requirements for upgrading firmware 21 resetting the IP address to the default 25 restoring factory default settings 8 return and restocking policy 28 RMA returned materials authorization 26 RMA status 26 RTFM switch 8 S sales 26 server SIP 11 TFTP 21, 24 server address, SIP 17 service 26 setting up a TFTP server 24 SIP configuration SIP Server 17 SIP configuration page 16 SIP registration 17 SIP server 17 SIP server configuration 11 SIP server parameters, configuring 9 SIP setup button 11, 16 Spare in the Air Policy 27 speaker configuration page configurable parameters 11, 13, 17, 22 specifications 2 speed of connection 2 static addressing 9, 13 static IP addressing 13 status LED 7 subnet mask 8, 13 subnet mask static addressing 13 supported protocols 2
35 31 T tech support 26 technical support, contact information 26 TFTP server 21, 24 TFTP server IP 22 U zone controller configuration 9 zone setup beep before page 20 bypass DTMF 20 enable feature 20 zones checkboxes 20 zones checkboxes 20 unregister from SIP server 18 unregister, from SIP server 17 upgrade firmware 11, 21 upgrade firmware button 11, 22, 23 upload file button 22 user ID for SIP server login 17 user ID for SIP server registration 18 user ID, SIP 17 username restoring the default 8 username for configuration GUI 9, 14 V verifying network activity 7 W warranty 27 warranty & RMA returns outside of the United States 27 warranty & RMA returns within the United States 27 warranty and RMA returns page 28 warranty policy at CyberData 27 web configuration log in address 10 weight 2 Windows, setting up a TFTP server on 24 Y yellow act LED 7 yellow link LED 7 Z Zone 19
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