Updating system settings
A customer portal for device management allowing members to add people and associated OBi endpoints to circles of trust such that additional functionality can be shared amongst authorized users.
The OBi PHONE port supports output signalling and control messages comprised of: Caller ID/CWCID, MWI, DTMF/Tone, Ring, Pol-Rev, CPC, Power Denial.In this configuration, the phone port is expected to be off-hook all the time. When the phone port goes from on-hook to off-hook, in case the user needs to dial * * * to invoke the IVR, the OBi will play a dial tone for 5 seconds.After 5 seconds the OBi will turn silent and be ready to accept an incoming call to page.The OBi PHONE port can select from the following services to which it can complete a call: SP1 Service (SP1), SP2 Service (SP2), SP3 Service (SP3), SP4 Service (SP4), OBi Blue Tooth 1 Service (BT1), OBi Blue Tooth 2 Service (BT2), OBi TALK Service (PP1), and PSTN Line (LI1).PHONE PORT:: Call Return Digit Maps You may connect the OBi PHONE port to an external PA system via an RJ11-to-Line-Out connector (available at many popular electronics shops), and enable the PHONE port option Use For Paging Only.The OBi PHONE port has a Maximum Sessions capacity of two (2).
When the OBi PHONE port goes On-Hook this will end current call and invoke a ring for the holding call.
A trunk group (TG) is a (comma-separated) ordered list of trunks.
If a TG is selected for making an outbound call, the OBi will pick the first available member in that trunk group for the call.
Like a PHONE port, a LINE port has a basic UI (User Interface) for I/O (Input / Output) of signalling or control messages: The OBi LINE port supports the following inputs: DTMF, Polarity, CPC, Caller ID, Ring, Tone The OBi LINE port supports the following outputs: DTMF/Tone, On Hook, Off Hook, Hook Flash* The OBi LINE port will assume a call is Connected on the following conditions: End of dialing for outbound calls Off-hook for inbound calls The OBi LINE port will assume a call is Disconnected on the following conditions: Power Down, CPC, Long Silence, or Disconnect Tone Note: The OBi2 Series models have a USB port that can be attached to an external USB storage device, such as a USB flash drive or USB hard disk drive.
The devices native web server includes functionality for browsing the contents on the attached USB device and sharing them selectively with other parties.
When a group heading has more than one level, each level is separated with a -, such as Services Providers - ITSP Profile A SIP:: For OBi models that have a USB Port, an OBi LINE USB to FXO adapter accessory may be attached to provide an additional LINE port.