Here you can select which extensions will be made available in the network.
A line usually corresponds to a phone. All lines are displayed in the list which are available on the computer. The lines are made available by SIP registration for SIP-Softphones or by TAPI drivers. The TAPI drivers should already be installed on the system. If you add a new driver under Control Panel - add Phone and Modem Options and the lines are added here accordingly. With some TAPI-drivers it is necessary to reboot estos UCServer.
Add a line (PBX)
estos UCServer supports central connection to telephone system through the system manufacturer’s CTI TAPI driver, through the supplied ECSTA connection or through SIP softphones. The TAPI driver and ECSTA connectors allow monitoring and remotely controlling telephones that will be operated with the system. The SIP Softphone Configuration will allow ProCall Client users to use their PCs as softphones in order to make calls through the telephone system.
You can change some line properties directly in the list. A dialog can be opened via properties after selecting and marking a line. A line has the following properties:
Line group properties
Lines are combined into groups. The properties of a group apply to all lines in the group. To display the properties of a group, select the group and press Properties. The settings for the Line Group Properties for SIP Softphone and Line Group Properties for TAPI Driver differ in a few respects and therefore have separate help pages.
The line status, whether available or not, is displayed in the form of a colored icon. If a ECSTA driver is used, the tooltip schows detailed information on the status icon in case of en error (communication error, login error, license error etc.).
|This line could be opened.|
|This line could not be opened. Check the functionality of the TAPI driver.|
|This line is not in use. The terminal device has been physically disconnected and is therefore not connected to the TK system. This line cannot be used.|
|Line has not yet been initialised.|