Configuration Support Services

Configuration Support Services

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CyberData’s Technical Support Configuration Services Takes the Headache Out of Installing Your New SIP Device

Our team is ready and available to schedule an appointment for you!

831-373-2601, ext 333

1st Hour: $125
2nd Hour: $95

  • Basic SIP registration*
  • Connecting to compatible analog amplifiers*
  • Bell Scheduler events
  • Multicast configuration
  • DTMF relay activation for access control
  • RFID card registration
  • Point-to-Point configuration

*Configuration Support Services are applicable to the initial install of CyberData products with the links listed below:
https://www.cyberdata.net/pages/connecting-to-ip-pbx-servers

https://www.cyberdata.net/pages/connecting-to-analog-amplifiers


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