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Alarm Functionality for you IP BPX

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Wake up Easy Configuration | Make wake up calls with your IP/BPX

Wake up easy Settings parameters

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Wake up Easy ver 2.x.x - Settings
Master IVR - Settings.txt
-Sip Server Login. VoIP Account user name of your SIP Server.
-Sip Server Passwords. The password of the VoIP Account.
-Sip Proxy Server. IP or Address of your IP/BPX sip Server.
-Display name. Display Name for Master IVR extention.
-Out Bound Proxy. Stun Server if is necessary.
-Listen Port. Local listen port for Master IVR Extention.
 
-Auto Start Service. Value 1, the Master IVR try to register After the application Load. Value 0, You must press the "Service On" button manually for registration.
-Delay Time. The Delay time in milliseconds before Master IVR Extention try to register automatically.
-Active Languages. Number of maximum languages you are going to use. In case you put value 2, its means that your guests will hear instructions in two languages.
-Keep Logs. With Value 1 the application keep logs all the actions of Master IVR in Data Base which you can see using the web interface. Value 0 Does not keep any Logs.

-Days of Logs. The number of days to keep logs in data base.

-Auto Hung up. Number in seconds before the application hungs up an Incoming call.

-Ringing Duration. Ringing duration of wake up call in Seconds. Your IP/BPX is possible to hung up the call before.

-Wake up Retry. Number in minutes before the application tries again a wake up call in case nobody answers.

-Max Tries. Number of wake up calls tries, in case your guests do not answer (if value = 3, the application will try 3 times to wake up your guest)

-GSM 6.10, iLBC, G711 A-LAW. Value 1 Activate the codec, value 0 disable the codec.

-Notifications. Value 1 Enable Notifications, if a guest does not answer a wake up call automatically, you get a Notification call to the specified extension (so a person of the staff can visit his/her room). Value 0, Notifications are Disable. This Feature is very good in case you want to warranty that your guests will wake up for sure.

-Notify Extention. The extension which will get the notifications. It can be also a group of extensions. After a notification event you must take a look in the list of Unsuccessful notifications using the web interface for details.

-Sip Server Port. The port of your IP/BPX SIP Server, Default = 5060.

-Notification Tries. Attempts of Notification calls in case no body answer or is busy.

-Notify Every mins. Minutes before that application tries to place a notification call again, in case no body answer or is busy.

-Days of Notifications. Number of days to keep the notifications in the unsuccessful alarm list.

 

Language 1-2-3-4 IVR Settings.txt

-Sip Server Passwords. The password of the VoIP Account.
-Sip Proxy Server. IP or Address of your IP/BPX sip Server.
-Display name. Display Name of extention.
-Out Bound Proxy. Stun Server if is necesary.
-Listen Port. Local listen port for extention.
 
-Auto Start Service. Value 1, the Language IVRs try to register After the application Load. Value 0, You must press the "Service On" button manually for registration.
-Delay Time. The Delay time in milliseconds before Language IVR Extentions try to register automatically.
-Keep Logs. With Value 1 the application keep logs all the actions in Data Base which you can see using the web interface. Value 0 Does not keep any Logs.

 -Auto Hung up. Number in seconds before the application hung up an Incoming call.

-GSM 6.10, iLBC, G711 A-LAW. Value 1 Activate the codec, value 0 disable the codec.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 February 2010 08:53

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