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This FAQ describes how to setup simple call between 2N® LiftIP and IP Phone with a feed from an AXIS Camera

 

* This parameter can be set via the voice menu (incoming call to 2N® LiftIP).

** This parameter can only be set via the Service Tool.

A list of all parameters that can be configured can be seen in the manual - Programming Function Survey

 

Please ensure that the IP Phone is capable of receiving a video stream from an IP Camera and that there is ample internet bandwidth for a video and audio call.

You can verify with the interoperability manual here: https://wiki.2n.cz/hip/inte/latest/en/2-phones

 

Please keep in mind that if you will disable confirmation for alarm calls, then you are doing this at your own risk as there is no human interaction!

Direct call to IP Phone - without PBX

Connect to 2N® LiftIP

Connect to your 2N® LiftIP using 2N® LiftIP Service Tool which you can download - here

  • It is necessary to use the 2N® Lift, IP Service Tool, as VoIP parameters can't be set via the voice (incoming call to 2N® LiftIP)

You can connect directly by choosing TCP and filling in the correct IP address, Port and Password
If you don't know the IP address please use the FAQ - How to get IP address of lift communicator 2N® LiftIP.
If you need to set Static IP address or DHCP please use this FAQ - Static IP address - How to set up static IP address on 2N® LiftIP

Press Connect

How to set the call destination

Go to Configuration - Parameters - Alarm Call -> and set following parameters:

011 =* IP address of your IP Phone, in our example we use "192.168.50.160"
018 =* Count of automatic dialing cycles for ALARM (011-016) * - when the destination doesn't pickup it calls again depending on the count of cycles you set

111 =* Alarm call memory confirmation mode  - defines how the call is confirmated after pick-up
  x1x = Alarm button (1-6)
  xx1 = Type of confirmation 

  • 1 = with DTMF confirmation (1)
  • 2 = with pick-up confirmation (for GSM/UMTS/VoIP only) - no confirmation, just pick-up the handset
  • 3 = CPC Antenna
  • 4 = CPC Kone
  • 5 = P100
  • 6 = DTMF auto detection (CPC Antenna/P100)
  • 7 = CPC Antenna 2N ext
  • 8 = CPC Kone 2N ext
  • 9 = P100 2N ext

You can find all parameters in the Programming Function Survey

Don't forget to click on Save to device

Now your 2N® LiftIP is ready to make a call to your IP phone.

Call via SIP Proxy - How to register 2N® LiftIP to SIP Proxy

Please ensure that the SIP Proxy is capable of transmitting a video feed

Connect to a SIP Proxy server

Go to Configuration - Parameters - VoIP settings -> set following parameters


1105 =** IP Address of the SIP Proxy server
1106 =** Username
1107 =** Password
1109 =** SIP registrar port - usually, 5060 is used for SIP communication

1112 =** Display name - this will appear on the display of the party you are calling to

Don't forget to click on Save to device

How to set the call destination

 Go to Configuration - Parameters - Alarm Call -> set following parameters

011 =* URI number of the device you want to call, in our example we use "201"
018 =* Count of automatic dialling cycles for ALARM (011-016) - when the destination doesn't pick-up it calls again depending on the count of cycles you set

111 =* Alarm call memory confirmation mode - defines how the call is confirmed after the pick-up
   x1x = Alarm button (1-6)
   xx1 = Type of confirmation 

  • 1 = with DTMF confirmation (1)
  • 2 = with pick-up confirmation (for GSM/UMTS/VoIP only) - no confirmation, just pick-up the handset

Don't forget to click on Save to device

Now your 2N® LiftIP is ready to make a call to IP phone via SIP Proxy.

How to set the video stream from the AXIS Camera

Please make sure to check the list of compatible AXIS Camera in the interoperability manual: https://wiki.2n.cz/hip/inte/latest/en/7-ip-cameras

Go to Configuration - Parameters - RTSP Settings -> Set the following parameters

1120 = The RTSP address of the AXIS Camera in the network, in this example: rtsp://192.168.50.181/axis-media/media.amp is used.

Don't forget to click Save to device






 

 

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