Snom m9/Documentation/Online Manual/Advanced Identity Configuration

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Advanced SIP

  • Server Type:
    • Allows m9 to support proprietary or non-standard features of the selected IPBX
    • Provides seamless integration with the most popular VoIP platforms
    • Note: Server Type TAHI performs the same function as Broken Registrar on snom 3xx
  • RTP Encryption: Enables media encryption on the m9 (Toggles between SAVP/AVP)
  • Country code: The country code to be appended to the dialed number (e.g. 1, 49, 31 etc).
  • Area code: The area code to be appended to the dialed number (e.g. 030, 846, 742 etc).
  • Proposed Expiry (sec): SIP Registration expiry in seconds
  • DTMF via SIP INFO: Enables DTMF for IVR function with SIP INFO method
  • Conference URI: URI for server hosted call conference
  • Timer Support (RFC4028): Toggles SIP Session Timer support
  • SIP Session Timer (s): Call Session Timer duration in seconds



Audio Settings

  • Codec Preference: Codec preference to be offered for calls
  • Packet Length: RTP Packet length in ms
  • DTMF Payload Type: Payload type for out-of-band DTMF



Example Setups

Single SIP Account with Multiple Handsets

1. Configure the SIP Account on the Base station as shown below:


Image:M9_OCS_Account.png


2. Click on the Handsets tab and assign all registered handsets to the Identity



3. Each handset should display the Display Name (or Username) of the configured account
4. Incoming calls to the SIP account will alert all handsets and outgoing calls can be placed from any handset as well


Image:m9_pui_Idle_RSS.png


Multiple SIP Accounts with a Single Handset

1. Use Identity 1-9 for configuring all available SIP Accounts one by one on the Base station as shown below:


Image:M9_OCS_Account.png


2. Click on the Handsets tab of each Identity and assign the registered handset to the Identity.

3. Each Identity should have the same Handset IPUI assigned to it



4. Click on the Behavior tab of each Identity and switch the Allow Line Switching setting to on as shown below:



5. The Handset will display the Display Name/Username of the first registered Identity in order of priority 1-9.


Image:m9_pui_Idle_RSS.png


6. Incoming calls to any of the configured SIP accounts will alert the handset
7. For Outgoing calls, use the dial format of <Identity Index> * <Number> for selecting outgoing line. e.g.:
For making a call to 1234 from Identity 1  -->  Dial 1*1234
For making a call to 956 from Identity 7   -->  Dial 7*956
For making a call to 4567 from the current Identity     -->  Dial 4567

Multiple SIP Accounts with Multiple Handsets

1. Use Identity 1-9 for configuring all available SIP Accounts on the Base station as shown below:


Image:M9_OCS_Account.png


2. Click on the Handsets tab of each Identity and assign a unique handset IPUI to each Identity.



3. Each Handset should display the Display Name/Username of the Identity to which it has been assigned


Image:m9_pui_Idle_RSS.png


4. Incoming calls to any of the configured SIP accounts will alert the corresponding handset for that SIP Account
5. Outgoing calls from a handset will be placed from the SIP Account which has been assigned to it
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