This FAQ describes advantages of communication between 2N® Indoor Compact and 2N® IP intercom via Device ID and how to configure it properly.
How to communicate via IP address 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

We recommend to use the latest firmware in 2N® Indoor Compact and also 2N IP intercoms to ensure that all functions are available.

Firmware update - How to do firmware update on 2N IP intercoms

  • 2N® Indoor Compact with the latest firmware - here
  • 2N® IP intercom with the latest firmware - here
  • no licence is needed
  • devices are in the same network, multicast is allowed in the network

Why to use 2N® IP intercom´s Device ID in 2N® Indoor Compacts´s configuration

Communication via Device ID is a proprietary way and thanks to that you can activate 2N® IP intercom´s switch by 2N® Indoor Compact when there is no call

How to configure a 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

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 Compact

Make sure that the electric opener/lock is always connected to the intercom's 12V output using a security relay to make the installation safe. The motherboard relay is used for switching lights or other peripherals that do not have to be secured. 

It is always recommended that the 2N® Security Relay (Part No. 9159010) is used for increased security. 

How to configure a 2N® Indoor Compact?

Go to 2N® Indoor Compacts´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 may then set your DTMF codes that you want to send to the intercom during call, you can set up to 3. When you have more than 1 code set, a press of a padlock button during call will show other 2 codes that you can choose from

Unlock Button Function 

If no Button 1,2,3 Code is defined than Default Unlock Code will be used for unlocking. This code is also used for unlock the device outside the call.