This FAQ describes advantages of communication between 2N Indoor Talk and 2N IP intercom via Device ID and how to configure it properly.
How to communicate via 2N Indoor Talk´s device name is described in this FAQ: How to setup call from/to 2N® IP Intercom
The aim of this page is to introduce how to communicate via 2N IP intercom´s Device ID.
Why to use 2N IP intercom´s Device ID in 2N Indoor Talk´s configuration
Communication via network hostname is a proprietary way and thanks to that you can activate 2N IP intercom´s switch by 2N Indoor Talk when there is no call.
Configuration of 2N IP intercom
Setup Intercom's Device ID
Go to 2N IP intercom´s web management - section Services - Phone - Local Calls and set the Device ID.
Setup Local Call receiving mode
Go to 2N IP Intercom's web management - section Services - Phone - Calls and there you set
Local Call Receiving Mode
- Always Busy - no calls allowed
- Manual Pickup - pickup call manually by press of a button, you must define which button picks the call(picture below)
- Automatic - Intercom automatically picks up the call
Setup Intercom's Switch code
Go to 2N IP Intercom's web management - section Hardware - Switches and set the Switch code you want to use for activating the switch from 2N Indoor Talk
Configuration of 2N Indoor Talk
Go to 2N Indoor Talk´s web management - section Directory - Devices click on Search registered devices and choose the device you want to add.
After you have added the device the Device Name and Phone Number are automatically filled.
- You can call up to 2 devices from 2N Indoor Talk.
- Start call with a short/long press: Choose whether you want to call this user by a short or a long press of a call button on the 2N Indoor Talk
- Code after short press: Defines a DTMF code sent to the intercom during or outside the call
- Code after long press: Defines a DTMF code sent to the intercom only during the call by long pressing the unlock button