|Instructions for driver installation and internet access (CAPI/TAPI)||V04 06/2016|
|Statements of conformity||11/2014|
|Installation and Configuration Manual||03 03/2004|
|Operator´s Manual||04 09/2006|
A static IP address of http://192.168.1.111 is preset in the delivery state. The access data:
User name: admin
The current IP address can be queried on an ISDN telephone using the code ##8*941#.
The IP address is only displayed on the directly connected ISDN telephone, not on the internal S0 bus of our telephone systems.
Info: Display messages are used
COMmander Business and COMmander Basic.2 only: A replacement option is the automatic callback from the VoIP/ISDN gateway. With this callback, the IP address is then transmitted as the phone number.
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Until the maximum number of call data records is exceeded or the entries are manually deleted from the call data list.
If the maximum number of call data records is exceeded, the oldest entries are overwritten.
It is not possible to define a time period after which the call data is automatically deleted.
Only for external VoIP accounts or on an analogue terminal. On external ISDN connections, to ISDN or VoIP extensions, caller identification cannot be prevented.
In the configuration of the VoIP provider used, a user-defined evaluation can be defined under Evaluation of incoming SIP messages, in which all selections for search prioritization are set to None.
For analog terminals, the CLIP info can be deactivated under Subscriber / Function overview / Analogue settings.
The USB driver is already implemented in openSUSE 10.2. In the default installation only the root user has access to the device /dev/usb/auer0. To use the driver, please add the following access rule to the file "/etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules":
KERNEL=="auer[0-9]*" NAME="usb/%k", MODE="0666"
The number of system telephones depends on the power consumption of the existing devices. The maximum power consumption at the internal S0 must not be exceeded.
Available power: max. 4 W per internal S0 bus (all telephone systems with internal S0 bus except COMpact 2204 USB and COMpact 3000)
Required power of the system phones:
Available power at the internal S0 bus of a COMpact 2204 USB: max. 2 W.
Power available on the internal S0 bus of a COMpact 3000 ISDN/analogue/VoIP: max. 2.5 W.
Depending on the constellation, various telephone combinations are possible on the COMpact 2204 USB or COMpact 3000 ISDN/analog/VoIP, e.g. (max. 2 system telephones):
COMfortel 2500 with key extension COMfortel Xtension30 or COMfortel 2600 with key extension COMfortel Xtension300 can only be operated with the power supply unit COMfortel XT-PS.