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CyberData VoIP v3 Paging Server

The CyberData VoIP v3 Paging Server allows a single SIP phone extension to access up to a 100 multicast zones and to connect to an analog overhead paging system. The VoIP paging server is powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) or a power adapter (not included) with a MSRP of $499.

Features:

  • Web-based Administration
  • Voice prompting
  • Password-controlled zones
  • Supports 600 Ohm output
  • Page start relay contacts
  • Remote amp fault sensor
  • SIP RFC 3261 compatible
  • Multicast output
  • Two SIP endpoints (one for Night Ringer)
  • DTMF control of zone selection
  • Delayed Page Support
  • Line-In connection for music
  • Line-out connection to support analog Amps

Resources:

Device:

  • Front
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  • Back
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Quick Setup:

  1. Connect Paging Server to Power source and Network
  2. Find/Change IP: Paging Server uses DHCP by default. CyberData provides a Discovery Utility (http://www.cyberdata.net/support/voip/VoIP_Discovery_Utility.zip) to help locate the device on the network and statically set the IP.
    Cyber-3
  3. Use Discovery Utility or web browser to connect to the Administration page (Default user: admin, Default password: admin)
    Cyber-4a
  4. Update Firmware: v7.0.0
    1. Download Firmware Update (ZIP): http://www.cyberdata.net/products/voip/digitalanalog/pagingserverv3/drivers/700-uImage-pserver_nosig.zip
    2. Unzip file
    3. Apply Update: Upgrade Tab in the Web Administration, Click “Choose File” and locate the extracted firmware file and click “Submit”
      Cyber-5
    4. Paging Server will reboot when upload is complete

Paging with Lync

Web Administration

  • Home: Allows you to change the Device Name, Username, Password, lists Current Settings and allows for the Import or Export of the Configuration.

    Cyber-6a

  • Device Config: Assign Device’s Multicast Address, Miscellaneous Settings and the Ability to Test Audio, Multicast and Relay.
    Cyber-6b
    ***Note: Device’s Multicast Address cannot be used for a Paging Group***
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  • Networking: Static or DHCP IP settings.
    Cyber-6c
  • SIP Config: SIP registration information.
    Cyber-6d
  • Nightringer: Secondary SIP registration information.
    Cyber-6e
  • Fault Detection: Triggers during a fault.
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  • PGROUPs Config: Configure Paging Group’s (0-99) Zone Number, Name, Multicast Address, Port, Security Code, TTL and enabled or disable Lineout port. ***Note: Paging Groups 0-24 (first page) has the Lineout box checked by default, to enable this feature the check had to be removed.***
    Cyber-6g
  • Audio Config: Upload custom audio files.
    Cyber-6h
  • Event Config: Send HTTP POST events to a remote server when actions occur.
    Cyber-6i
  • Autoprovisioning: Paging Server get its configuration from a remote server on startup or schedule.
    Cyber-6j
  • Update Firmware: Upgrade Device Firmware.
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One response to “CyberData VoIP v3 Paging Server

  1. Charles Turner May 18, 2015 at 7:13 am

    Hi, great article, firmware looks a bit dated now, but overall this set up is the same. I like your notes on LYNC. We recently completed and install with one of these to a LYNC system. The end user has a SONUS gateway, which was formally the NET gateway. Worked a treat šŸ™‚

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