Configuration Settings This following sections detail the various configuration settings provided for different entry Time Profile Used to control when various IP Office functions are active. • Firewall Profile Use to control the types of data traffic that can cross into or out of the IP Office. • IP Route These entries are used to determine where data traffic on the IP Office LAN and WAN interfaces should be routed. • Least Cost Routing On pre-4.0 IP Office systems LCR is used to rerouted or block outgoing external calls. For IP Office 4.0+ this has been replace by ARS. • Account Code Used for call logging and to control the dialing of certain numbers. • License License keys are used to enable IP Office features and applications. • Tunnel Used to created IPSec and L2TP data tunnels. • Logical LAN Used to allow two subnets to be run and routed on the same physical LAN. • Wireless Used to provide wireless services on the Small Office Edition. • Auto Attendant Used when an Embedded Voicemail card is installed on a Small Office Edition, IP406 V2 or IP500 systems. • User Rights Provide templates to control which settings users can change. • ARS Automatic Route Selection is used by IP Office 4.0+ to control outgoing external calls. It replaces Least Cost Routes. • Authorization Codes Authorization codes are similar to account codes. However, unlike account codes which are useable by any user, each authorization code is only useable by a specific user or users associated with a specific set of user rights. • E911 System Available of US systems to support E911 services.ypes within the IP Office configuration. Depending on the type and locale of the IP Office some settings and tabs may be hidden as they are not applicable. Other settings may be grayed out. This indicates that the setting is either for information only or that another setting needs to be enabled first. The different entry types are: • BOOTP Manager settings for the support of IP Office systems requesting software. • Operator Manager settings for the editing of configuration settings from pre-3.2 IP Office systems. • System Overall settings for the data and telephony operation of the IP Office system. • Line Settings for trunks and trunk channels within the IP Office including IP trunks. • Control Unit Information summary of the control and expansion units in the IP Office system. • Extension Settings for extension ports including IP extensions. • User Settings for IP Office users. They may or may not be associated with an extension. • Hunt Group Collections of users to which calls can be directed for answer by any one of those users. • Short Code These are numbers which when dialed trigger specific IP Office features or are translated for external dialing. • Service Configuration settings such as user names and passwords needed for connections to data services such as the Internet. • RAS Remote Access Service settings for connecting incoming data calls. • Incoming Call Route Entries here are used to match incoming call details to destinations on the IP Office system. • WAN Port Configuration settings for the WAN ports provided on some IP Office units. • Directory External names and numbers. Used for matching names to incoming calls and for dialing from IP Office user applications.