Select the line interface you are using to connect to a remote party. Select
from among IP, ISDN, TEL and SIP. Selecting any interface switches the
setting items in the List Edit menu.
• When "SIP Server Mode" is set to "On" in the SIP setup menu, you can select
"SIP" from "Line I/F".
• When "Use LAN2" is set to "On", you can select "IP(2)" from "Line I/F".
Communication Bit Rate
Select the communication bit rate when you select "IP" or "SIP" with
Number of Lines
Select the number of ISDN channels to be used when you select "ISDN"
with "Line I/F".
You can select "Number of Lines" only when the PCSA-MCG80 HD MCU
software is installed in the Communication System.
Set this item only for the Private Phone Book (page 124). Setting "Auto
Dial" to "On" allows you to automatically dial one of the lists in the Private
Phone Book simply by inserting the "Memory Stick" in which the Private
Phone Book is registered.
Use the V, v, B or b on the Remote Commander to select "Save", then
press the ENTER button.
The settings are registered in the Phone Book.
When a connection with a remote party not registered in the Phone Book is terminated,
you can register this remote party to the Phone Book. In this case, the IP address or line
number is shown in "Index" as the name of the remote party. Modify it if necessary.
To connect to the remote party without using bonding
If the system of the remote party is not equipped with the bonding function,
entering one telephone number does not allow you to connect all the line
numbers used to connect to the remote party. To connect to the remote party
by entering all the ISDN line numbers used, you can set the connection without
using the bonding function of this system.
When you set "More Options Enable" to "On" in the Dial setup menu (page
64), the A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 text boxes appear in the List Edit menu.
Enter all the telephone numbers for the ISDN lines selected by "Number of
Registering a Remote Party – Phone Book