Cyberdata sip based intercom station

VoIP Networks – The Cyberdata SIP based Intercom

The Cyberdata SIP based intercom uses the SIP protocol which is the official SIP standard adopted for VoIP and IP Telephony Systems, some years ago. An IP Phone, be it a 3rd party product by Snom or Yealink, integrates to the IP-PBX as a SIP enabled IP endpoint. This is exactly how the SIP Intercom works, it is quickly installed on a single cat5e cable to a POE switch making use of your End Users available network infrastructure. You then register the Cyberdata SIP based intercom to an IP-PBX as a SIP endpoint that is utilizing the SIP architecture.

SIP based and web-browser set up

To configure the intercom, you access its settings and parameters through its individual webpage The webpage can be accessed through the IP address of the network Intercom. If you want to make use of the auto configuration you would need a windows based machine to start off with. The Cyberdata discovery utility device is a small bit of software that scans the physical network and reports back on any found intercom devices. Once you have done this through your PC, you can then access the set up from any internet enabled device and on any web-browser.

  • Faster processor
  • IP rating of IP65
  • Supports SRST (Survivable Remote Site Telephony)
  • Optional Weather Shroud (pictured) for even greater weather protection
  • PoE 802.3af enabled (Powered-over-Ethernet)
  • 12-key keypad with backlight
  • Programmable speed dial
  • SIP compliant
  • Network web management and firmware download
  • Network adjustable speaker volume
  • Concurrent SIP and multicast paging
  • Dry relay contact for auxiliary control
  • Door closure and tamper alert signal
  • Downloadable alert, ringtones and callout messages

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