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We are replacing a digital phone system which has the ability to let users press a key on their phone to release a lock on the door to their office. Has anyone had any experience of doing something like this with Kerio Operator? We need visitors to be able to press a buzzer which would ring a hunt group, then the user which answers the call must be able to release a door lock from their handset.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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You can try something like this http://store.algosolutions.com/product_p/8028.htm
We don't have any auto provisioned devices for this but generally it's quite easy to configure a SIP device to register. They say it works with most SIP-based PBX server so it should be fine.

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fishtech

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I believe a snom PA1 can be used for this.

PA1 has 4 freely programmable output pins, configured via web interface.

https://www.snom.com/en/products/snom-complementary-line/sno m-pa1/

Someone here appears to have written up directions: https://forum.snom.com/index.php?showtopic=12303

More info here: https://forum.snom.com/index.php?showtopic=11467&hl=

We use a PA1 for powering loudspeakers in a warehouse environment. Would be interested to know if you find a solution for opening doors.

ft.

[Updated on: Fri, 01 May 2015 18:16]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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You may have a look at the IP door intercoms from 2N (like the Helios IP Uni), if they are available in your area. They include a generic SIP phone that you can provision manually.
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The 2N IP Uni is available in my region, but before acquiting it, I would like to know if there is a KB article that tells me step by step on how to register this intercom.
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fishtech

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That looks cool... please report on how you get on.
ft.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi,

I don't have any directions on how to configure it, but it was pretty simple. We had the 2N Helios IP Vario (a video door intercom) for tests and it worked very well. Regarding configuration all you need to set is Operator's IP address, extension number + sip password and a number to route the calls to.

Filip
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germanr

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We have configure a couple of the 2N on the last week and it is pretty straightforward. First you register it as an extension on Services / Phone /Sip 1 menu. There you put the ip of operator, extension and password.

On another section called Users you define the extension that the doorphone dials when you press the button.

What I haven´t managed to find a way that if no one answers when someone is at the doorphone, that the voicemail of the dialed extension doesn´t pop up.

best regards.



German Ruiz
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Good job!

Regarding voicemail, you may route the call through a ring group or a call queue to get rid of it.
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germanr

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Thanks Filip. good tip !!


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fishtech

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How do you get the door to unlock remotely? Is it via dtmf tones or...?

Thanks,

ft.
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germanr

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The default is dialing 00 and the asterik key. But you can change it

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