Paging Server Multicast Configuration with CyberData Products

Paging Server Multicast Configuration with CyberData Products

The following is in regards to setting up multicast between the CyberData 011146 SIP Paging Server and other CyberData products.


Note: The Paging Server in these examples is already registered with a SIP server and has a paging extension configured.

On the Device page, Bypass DTMF Menus is not selected.

 

Scenario 1 One Device

Paging Server

1.       Navigate to the Pgroups page

2.       Select Pgroup 0. Note the Multicast IP address and port number. Default is 234.2.1.1 and 2000.

 

Receiving Device

1.       Navigate to the Multicast page

2.       Enter the Multicast IP address and port from Pgroup 0 on the Paging Server in an available priority slot

Phone System

1.       Call the Paging Server’s extension.

2.       When prompted for the Paging Zone, enter 00 followed by the # key

3.       Begin speaking and you should be able to hear your voice over the receiving device

 

Scenario 2 Two Different Devices One at a Time

 

Paging Server

1.       Navigate to the Pgroups page

2.       Select Pgroup 1. Note the Multicast IP address and port number. Default is 234.2.1.2 and 2002.

Second Receiving Device

1.       Navigate to the Multicast page

2.       Enter the Multicast IP address and port from Pgroup 1 on the Paging Server in an available priority slot

Phone System

1.       Call the Paging Server’s extension.

2.       When prompted for the Paging Zone, enter 01 followed by the # key

3.       Begin speaking and you should be able to hear your voice over the second receiving device.

4.       End the call and call the Paging Server’s extension again.

5.       When prompted for the Paging Zone, enter 00 followed by the # key

6.       Begin speaking and you should be able to hear your voice over the original receiving device

 

Scenario 3 Two Different Devices Simultaneously

 

Second Receiving Device

1.       Navigate to the Multicast page

2.       Enter the Multicast IP address and port from Pgroup 0 on the Paging Server in an available priority slot

Phone System

1.       Call the Paging Server’s extension.

2.       When prompted for the Paging Zone, enter 00 followed by the # key

3.       Begin speaking and you should be able to hear your voice over both receiving devices

 

Scenario 4 Background Music Over Multicast

 

Paging Server

1.       Navigate to the Device page

2.       Under Line-In Settings, Change the Multicast Address and Multicast Port values to 234.1.2.3 and 2000.

3.       Check the box marked Enable Line-in to Multicast. Save and Reboot.

4.       Connect a music source to the Line In port

Receiving Devices

1.       Navigate to the Multicast page

2.       Enter the Address and Port values from the Device page of the Paging Server (234.1.2.3 and 2000) into the Priority 0 slot.

3.       Background music should play through the Receiving Devices

Phone System

1.       Call the Paging Server’s extension.

2.       When prompted for the Paging Zone, enter 00 followed by the # key.

3.       The Background Music should be interrupted on both receiving devices and the paging audio should play on both of them. When the paging call is terminated, the Background Music should resume on both receiving devices.

 

Multicast Audio Receiving Devices

011233 Paging Adapter

011171 Zone Controller

011530 SIP Hand Wave Indoor Intercom

011186 Outdoor Intercom

011214 Outdoor Keypad Intercom

011410 Video Outdoor Intercom

011414 Outdoor Intercom with Keypad

011477 Outdoor Intercom with RFID

011478 Video Outdoor Intercom with RFID

011211 Indoor Intercom

011209 Emergency Intercom

011511 SIP/Multicast Ceiling Mount Speaker

011512 SIP/Multicast Wall Mount Speaker

011458 Multicast Ceiling Speaker

011487 Multicast Wall Mount Speaker

011394 SIP Speaker

011396 Talk-Back Speaker

011520 2x2 Ceiling Tile Drop-In Speaker

011216 Office Ringer

011487 IP-66 Indoor/Outdoor Horn

 

Note; Receiving devices have 10 numbered slots for Multicast receiving addresses and port numbers. Incoming Multicast streams in higher numbered slots will interrupt Multicast streams in lower numbered slots. Incoming SIP calls will interrupt Multicast streams in slots numbered 4 and below.


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