Select LAN Prefix
Allows you to select whether to use the LAN
prefix when dialing via a LAN.
Disable: Disables the LAN prefix.
Enable: Enables the LAN prefix.
When dialing using the IP connection, the
information entered into this box is added to
the beginning of the IP address. Select
whether to use the LAN prefix in "Select
Answer Setup Menu
The Answer setup menu is used to set up call
Allows you to select whether the system
answers calls automatically.
On: Answers calls automatically. When a
call comes in, the line is automatically
Off: Allows you to answer calls manually.
When a call comes in, the phone rings. If
you select "OK" in the "Answer?"
message, the line is connected.
Allows you to select whether you are using
the Multiple Subscriber Number.
Off: Select when you do not use the
Multiple Subscriber Number.
On: Select when you use the Multiple
Mic on Answer
Allows you to select whether to transmit
audio from your site when answering a call
from the remote party.
On: Enables transmission of audio when
answering a call.
Off: Disables transmission of audio when
answering a call.
Allows you to select whether to connect a
remote party's calling during
On: Disables the connection of a remote
Off: Enables the connection of a remote
Multipoint Setup Menu
The Multipoint setup menu is used to set up
The menu is displayed only when the PCSA-
MCG80 HD MCU software is installed in
the Communication System.
For the procedure how to install the PCSA-
MCG80 software, see page 187.
AUTO: Switches from point-to-point
connection to multipoint connection
On: Enables you to make a multipoint
connection at any time.
Allows you to select the broadcast mode.
Split: Displays the picture from the
connected terminals in split windows.
Voice Activate: Detects the terminal where
a speaker has the loudest voice, and
automatically transmits the picture of
this terminal to all other terminals.
Allows you to select the type of split display
used to display local and remote pictures on
a single monitor during a multipoint
Automatic: When there are two or three
terminals connected, the display is
automatically split into four parts. When
there are four or five terminals
connected, it is split into six parts.
Six-screen Mosaic: The display is split into
six parts regardless of the number of
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