SwyxDECT 500 System Configuration of a SwyxDECT 500 base station Settings at the webinterface User Servers
Server Alias
You can enter a name for the server which consists of 10 characters max.
NAT Adaption
When this option is activated, all SIP messages are forwarded directly to the NAT gateway on the SIP aware router. The standard setting for this option is activated.
Secondary Registrar Address
IP address of the standby server
SIP Server Retry Check Time
The interval (in seconds) for identifying the active server on a standby system.
Registration time (s)
The time frame (in seconds) for renewed SIP registration of the base station on SwyxServer.
RTP from own basestation
If activated, only the base station, on which the User is logged on, will be used for data transfer to the outside. (This options will only make sense in case of an not optimal use to capacity of the network).
Keep Alive
This option defines the time frame for opening ports on relevant NAT aware routers.
Display extension on handset (in idle state)
Show own extension on the headset.
Use Own Codec Priority
If activated, the codec priority of the base station will be preferred to the code priority of the servers.
DTMF Signalling
Method for signaling keys being pressed during a conversation.
Codec priority
Selection of the codec priority that the base station should use for audio compression and transmission. You set the order using the buttons "up" and "down."
RTP Packet Size
The setting schoud be changed only after consulting the support service.
How to add a new server
1 In the menu bar, click on "Extensions | Servers".
2 Choose "add server."
3 Enter the SwyxServer's IP address in the "Registrar" field.
4 If you are using a standby server, enter the standby server's IP address in the "secondary registrar address:" field.
5 Activate "SIP Session Timers."
6 Enter the value "90" in the "SessionTimer Value" field.
7 Select "SIP INFO" in the "DTMF signalization" field.
In order to support Codec G.729, an optional module for the base station is required (one module per base station). The codec G.729 should be placed after codec G.711U in the priority list.
8 Confirm the entry by clicking on "save".
The "repeater" area can be used to extend the range of your base stations by installing additional repeaters (up to 100 repeaters per system). Up to three repeaters per base station and up to three repeaters on one chain can be used. Up to five (with G.711 five, with G.729 five, with G.722 two) simultaneous calls per repeater possible.
How to add a repeater
1 Select the "Extensions | Repeaters" option.
2 Select "Add Repeater".
3 In the field "DECT snyc mode", select "Manually".
4 Establish the DECT synchronization source.
5 Click on "Save."
6 The repeater is listed.
7 Select the repeater being registered by setting a check mark.
8 Click on "register repeater."
9 Connect the repeater to a power socket.
10 Press the button located on the repeater.
11 After a few seconds, the repeater's light will be light up in green.
12 Update the base station's web page, and the repeater will be displayed in the list.
Avoid registering repeaters and headsets simultaneously, for this may result in interference effects.