|Thema: ISDN audio dial-in|
If your camera is connected to the public telephone network via ISDN, you can call your camera from any telephone . Using the telephone keys, you then can control your camera remotely. The telephone must support tone (Dial Tone Multi-Frequency) dialing, sometimes also called touchtone dialing.
|Note:||This feature is not available for Basic cameras.|
In order for the camera to answer ISDN audio calls, you need to configure this access in the ISDN Audio Call-In dialog first.
Enter the telephone number (MSN) in this dialog to which the camera will answer. In addition, you can select a message that the camera plays when answering a call.
|Call-In||Activate/deactivate ISDN Audio Call-In.|
Normally, three MSNs (Multiple Subscriber Number) are assigned to every ISDN network termination. By its factory default settings, the camera will answer to every MSN that is called on the ISDN S0 bus.
The camera software can assist you in finding and entering the MSN. Call your camera and reload this dialog or re-open it by clicking on this link: ISDN Audio Call-In. The last MSN called is displayed and you can copy it to the text box.
|Allowed Phone Numbers||
The camera can be configured to either react to all incoming calls or only to the telephone numbers entered here.
In order to create a list of the accepted telephone numbers, enter the numbers in the text box, separated by spaces.
The camera software can assist you in finding and entering the telephone number. Call your camera and reload this dialog or re-open it by clicking on this link: ISDN Audio Call-In. The last telephone number called is displayed and you can copy it to the text box.
|Welcome Message||Select one of the voice messages that have been stored using the Manage Voice Messages dialog. The camera will play this message upon every call.|
|PIN||Enter a Personal Identification Number in order to avoid unauthorized access to your camera. When you have set a PIN, every caller needs to enter this number using the telephone keys. This will only work if you call from a telephone that supports tone dialing.|
|Audio Mode||Select the audio mode to be activated after calling the camera:
|Intercom Settings||The Intercom audio mode simulates an intercom device. To minimize distortions, the camera's microphone is deactivated while you speak.
|Hangup call after||The maximum connection time before it is terminated.|
After successfully connecting to the camera, you can send the last event image via email by pressing "5" on your telephone's keyboard.
Select the desired email profile in this drop-down box. You can select any of the profiles created in the E-Mail Profiles dialog.
When you have activated calls into the camera via telephone, anybody can call the camera. In order to avoid unauthorized access to the camera, it is recommended to restrict the access:
Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the camera is rebooted.
Click on the Close button to close the dialog. While closing the dialog, the system checks the entire configuration for changes. If changes are detected, you will be asked if you would like to store the entire configuration permanently.
Once you have successfully called the camera, it switches to the audio mode set in this dialog. When you have selected "Listen", for example, you now can listen to what the camera microphone is recording.
Using the keys of a telephone that supports tone dialing, you can send the commands of the main menu to the camera:
|1||Announce camera information:
|2||Connect to the Internet (provided that dialing out has been configured in the ISDN Interface dialog):
|3||Terminate the connection between the camera and the Internet.|
|4||Announce the camera's date and time.|
|5||Send an email with the latest event image as attachment.
The email is sent to the profile you defined for this purpose.
|6||Trigger the User Click (UC) event.|
|7||Switch to Listen audio mode.
You can hear what the camera microphone is recording. While doing so, the camera's loudspeaker is deactivated.
|8||Switch to Speak audio mode.
You can make an announcement using the camera's built-in loudspeaker. While doing so, the camera's microphone is deactivated.
|9||Switch to Intercom audio mode.
The camera simulates an intercom device. To minimize distortions, the camera's microphone is deactivated while you speak.
|0||Switches to the Enhanced Signal Out Options menu.|
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