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Instructions Bizfon, Modèle 2000

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• Enter (Bizfon’s default LAN IP address) into the address field. The Login page of the Bizfon will be displayed (see Fig.I-13). • Fig. I-9: Login page Enter admin as the Username and 19 as the password to log in as the administrator. Once u log in, you will enter into the Bizfon Management Menu. yo Please Note: If you consecutively enter a wrong password and/or username for five times e device will be unavailable for login for five minutes. th fter log in, the Bizfon Management page will be displayed. A Fig. I-10: Bizfon Management page Please Note: The illustrations above and the following screenshots show the screens of a Bizfon4000. The management screens of the other Bizfon IP PBXs differ only slightly, therefore the Bizfon4000 management screens will be used as reference through this docu- ment. Step 2.2: System Configuration Wizard Select the System Configuration Wizard from the System menu. The System Configu- ration Wizard is a tool for the administrator to define the Bizfon's Local Area Network set- tings and to specify regional configuration settings to make Bizfon operational in its LAN. The System Configuration Wizard must be run upon Bizfon first startup. For the basic configuration, some pages in this wizard may be skipped and left default for the basic configuration. Please Note: It is strongly recommended that factory default settings are left unchanged if their meanings are not completely understandable to the party administrating the Bizfon. System Configuration The first page of System Configuration Wizard shows all items to be configured. Click the Next button to start. Enter into the Host Name field the unique name (top right corner, un- der Bizfon logo) for the Bizfon device. For a basic configuration, the LAN IP address does not need to be changed, but if you must change it (for example, to integrate the device into an existing LAN), record the new LAN IP address and have it handy. You’ll need it for subsequent access to Bizfon’s man- agement. Please Note: The Host Name is very useful when many Bizfon's are part of a network and one administrator has remote access to all of them. All Bizfon pages show the hostname on the top right corner under Bizfon logo. Fig. I-11: System Configuration page Clicking Next shows the page DHCP Settings for the LAN Interface. DHCP Settings for the LAN Interface If the DHCP server is enabled, the Bizfon will automatically assign dynamic IP addresses to the stations connected to its LAN port. If you didn’t change the default LAN IP address of the Bizfon, you also may leave the de- fault values for the IP Address Range. Make sure your connected LAN devices belong to the same network as the LAN port of your Bizfon. Please Note: Make sure there is only one DHCP server on the LAN, otherwise, unpredict- able network behavior can occur. Fig. I-12: DHCP Settings for the LAN Interface page Click on Next to display the Regional Settings page. Regional Settings If your Bizfon is located outside of the United States, it is important to properly configure your line connections to the PSTN in your location. Fig. I-13: Regional Settings page Proper configuration of Regional Settings is important for the functionality of the voice sub- system. The Regional Settings determine the proper telephony parameters on the LINE (ISDN) and PHONE ports of the Bizfon for the specified country. Select the country where the Bizfon is located. If you do not find your country in the list, pick the closest in your time- zone. The Bizfon obtains the correct time automatically over the Internet from a time server. If you are not located in the US/Central standard time zone, you will need to change the Time- zone to your region. Click on Next to display the Emergency and PSTN Access Code Settings page. Emergency and PSTN Access Code Settings Fig. I-14: Emergency and PSTN Access Code Settings page You may enter your local specific emergency codes into the appropriate field. For example, in the United States the emergency number is 911, whereas in Germany it is 112,110. In case of an emergency you can then pick up any FXS phone and dial your configured emergency code without any prefixes for PSTN calls (see Step 3: Making/Receiving Calls). The PSTN Access Code is the prefix number you choose to dial to tell the Bizfon to “make this call over PSTN” (see Step 3: Making/Receiving Calls). Users in the United States will usually choose 9 here. European users usually would want to enter zero (0). If you do not enter anything into this field the currently configured PSTN Access Code will stay un- changed. Click on Next to display the Summary Page. Finishing the System Configuration Wizard Fig. I-15: System Configuration Wizard finishing page Click on Finish to complete the System Configuration Wizard. The Bizfon will then stop in- ternal functions and apply the changes made in the Wizard. Fig. I-16: Wizard Execution Progress page After this is complete, the Bizfon will reply with ...

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