IP phone Support

IP phone Support
The ipLDK-60 can support up to 16 IP Phones. Each IP Phone registers with the ipLDK employing the MAC address of the IP Phone. The IP Phone sends a registration request to the IP address of the ipLDK assigned in the IP Phone. The ipLDK will compare the MAC address in the registration and, if a match is found in the IP Phone Table, registration is allowed. Once registered, the IP Phone will function as any other phone in the system, with the exception that an IP channel must be available for the IP Phone to place or receive a call.
Operation of an IP Phone is the same as the DKT.
 An IP channel must be available for an IP Phone to place or receive a call including CO line, station to station, transfer, and conference calls. If no channel is available, the system returns error tone for internal calls and re-routes external calls to the Attendant.  An IP Phone cannot initiate a conference call to stations in a networked system.
 IP Phones employ the MAC address for registration. Phontage IP Softphone employs a
User name and Password for registration to the system.
 If the IP Phone or Phontage is not available to the system (network outage), the system can reroute the call to the user’s Voice Mailbox or the registered mobile phone. The station must be assigned VMIB access and Auto Forward to VMIB or the mobile extension must be registered.
 To transfer a call to a station in a networked system, the IP Phone user must await
ringback tone before disconnecting from the transfer.
 The VOIB must be Appended to the Stations as a Virtual VOIB code 99, see PGM 103, Logical Slot Assignment.
A. Private Networking
B. Call Transfer
C. Multi-party Conference
D. VMIB Mailbox