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Programming Manual

NOTE
Firmware for VoIP endpoints should always be updated to the
latest version before proceeding with any programming.
Firmware updates are available in the dealer section of
www.class-connection.com.

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Table of Contents
Network Requirements 3
VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool 5
Term Definitions 11
Programming VE8001, VE8002 and VE8004 Page Endpoints 20
Programming VE201and VE204 SIP Group Identities 31
Programming VE8011, VE8012 and VE8014 Station Endpoints 32
Programming VE8021, VE8022 and VE8024 Trunk Endpoints 38
Programming Talkback Speaker Endpoints 46
Programming One Way Speaker Endpoints 54
Programming VE8048 I/O Unit Endpoints 60
Programming Application Server Endpoints 67
VE6001 Applications Server Tutorial 72
Audio Priorities 158

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Network Requirements for Managed VoIP Products


Hardware Requirements:
10/100 Ethernet
Bandwidth Requirements:
86 kbps per active One Way Page
172 kbps per active Two Way Call
TCP Requirements:
Port 21 for FTP access
Port 23 for Telnet access
Port 80 for Web based access
UDP Requirements:
4 Bi-directional Ports: 4096 to 4099
Multicast Requirements:
PIM-DM (Dense Mode)
IGMPv3 enabled network
3 Multicast addresses: Factory default addresses are 239.1.1.2, 239.1.1.3 and 239.1.1.4
Power requirements for IP speakers: 802.3af PoE compatible switches
Power requirements for VE6001 IP School Application Server: Supply Included
Power requirements for other Valcom Managed VoIP products:
802.3af PoE compatible switches or VIP-324 VoIP Device Power Supplies
Other Requirements:
VLAN for optimal performance
Provisions for NTP (Network Time Protocol) if utilizing syslog, VoIP clock/speakers or the VE6001 IP School
Application Server
Disable all unused protocols (such as Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), LLDP, etc) on switch ports supporting
Valcom devices
Disable auto negotiation and lock ports to 100mbps/full duplex
Power requirements vary among device models and whether they are active or idle. For planning purposes,
assume full Class 3 power for each device; actual power used may be less

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The Class Connection IP6000 is a VoIP based communication system


designed for facilities requiring automated messaging, emergency
voice announcements, class/shift change notifications and other audio
events as required in educational, manufacturing and healthcare
facilities.
The IP6000 may be configured from a variety of task specific
endpoints.
The defining component of the IP6000 is the VE6001 Applications
Server which provides browser based scheduling for full IP intercoms
requiring scheduled class change tones, scheduled relays, wired clock
correction and WAV files.
Other components include a variety of SIP compliant one way paging
and 2-way talkback speakers which feature call button capability, line
level audio outputs for one way audio expansion, SIP compliant
Ethernet based audio ports for connection to traditionally wired
speakers and amplifiers, SIP based paging servers which allow SIP
access of groups of paging zones, FXS and FXO endpoints for non
SIP system access and a control I/O endpoint for interface to other
equipment.
All of these endpoints feature the convenience of power over Ethernet
(POE) operation.
The purpose of this document is to explain the steps required to
program the IP6000 system.

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Once all of the endpoint devices are connected to an appropriately


configured Ethernet network, the initial programming is accomplished
through the use of the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool. This
software should be installed on a Windows based computer that is
connected to the IP6000s host network. Upon invoking the VIP-102B,
users are greeted with the following screen.

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Snapshots simply allow users to create a record of system setup or to


create mock systems for training purposes.
Scan using current network settings performs a search for IP6000
system endpoints on the computers current subnet (using a
broadcast) and on other network subnets that are accessible via
multicast.
Modify network settings before scanning allows users to define
specific ranges of IP addresses that will be scanned and will be
available for assignment to the IP6000 endpoints. IP address ranges
in multiple networks may be defined.
Selecting Modify network settings before scanning and clicking OK
results in the appearance of the following form.

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Local Network Settings should remain at the default settings unless


users are specifically instructed to modify them by a Valcom
representative.
In order to define a new range of assignable network addresses, users
may click Add at the bottom of the Networks form. Doing so results
in the following form:

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Users simply enter the pertinent parameters for the IP6000s network
along with a Lower and Upper Host ID and click Add.

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Should future changes occur to the Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address


or DNS server information for this subnet, the OK + Modify button may
be used to perform a blanket change to all endpoint devices on this
subnet.
Once all IP address ranges on this particular subnet have been added
to the pool of available addresses, users may click ok to exit this form.

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The form shown below now reflects the sample network added in the
previous steps. The IP addresses defined in our sample network will
now be available to assign to our IP6000 endpoints and will be
scanned when Scan using current network settings is selected.

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Term Definitions

Channel an addressable access point on a IP6000 system


endpoint. Endpoints may have one or more channels. These channels
may be audio I/Os, FXO ports, FXS ports, I/O endpoints or Application
Servers. Each channel must be assigned a unique dial code. For
example, a VE8001 Page Endpoint has a single audio I/O that may be
accessed by an assigned dial code, therefore is a single channel
device. By contrast, a VE8024 Trunk Endpoint features four FXO ports
that may be independently accessed by assigned dial codes, therefore
it is a four channel device. Individual end points have unique IP
addresses, however, dependant upon the endpoint, each IP address
may represent one, two or four channels.
Dial Code a numerical address used communicate with channels.
Audio Group a group of audio I/O channels combined for the
purpose of sending voice or other audio to multiple channels
simultaneously. A common audio group would be all call.
Control Group - Control Groups allow users to combine relays from
I/O Units into groups so that they may be controlled simultaneously.
Device/Endpoint a component of an IP6000 system that connects
to the Ethernet network.

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Networks allows users to define available networks and ranges or pools of


assignable IP addresses.
Snapshots simply allow users to create a record of system setup or to create mock
systems for training purposes.
View Startup Screen allows users to enable or disable the initial screen shown upon
invoking the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool.
Ignore List allows users to view, add, or reinstate endpoints from the system scan.
Clear File Cache allows users to reclaim hard drive space by deleting the VIP-102B
temporary files.
Print Reports allows users to print reports of system endpoints, their names, MAC
addresses, type, number of channels, assigned IP address, firmware revision,dial
code, caller ID descriptions and a list of defined audio groups.

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NOTE
Firmware for VoIP endpoints
should always be updated to the
latest version before proceeding
with any programming. Firmware
updates are available in the
dealer section of www.classconnection.com.

Scan All Devices initiates a network scan to discover all endpoints on the current PC
subnet, defined networks and via multicast.
Scan Single Device allows users to scan for an endpoint selected in the left menu tree.
Scan Missing Devices initiates a network scan to discover all endpoints on the current PC
subnet, defined networks and via multicast that have not yet been discovered.
Update Changed Devices attempts to update all endpoints that have been changed but
have not yet been updated.
Update Single Device attempts to update an endpoint selected in the left menu tree.
Reset All Devices sends a reset command to all endpoints.
Reset Single Device attempts to reset an endpoint selected in the left menu tree.
Reset Updated Devices attempts to update all endpoints that have been updated but have
not yet been reset.
Remove All Devices removes all endpoints from the current scan results.
Remove Selective Devices removes and optionally ignores selective endpoints from the
current scan results.
Network Diagnostics is a powerful tool that displays the status of broadcast beacons from
endpoints indicating their ability to communicate on the network.
Send Sample Page sends a sample tone to any selected audio group.
View Syslog messages allows user to use the VIP-102B as a syslog viewer for any
endpoints programmed to send syslog info to the IP address of the PC running the VIP102B.
Program Firmware allows users to update endpoint firmware. Firmware files would be
provided by Valcom.
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Change Device Passwords allows users to change the passwords required to communicate
with endpoints. One main password is stored in the VIP-102B at a time. If necessary,
additional passwords may be entered during a scan. These additional passwords will be
stored until the VIP-102B is closed.
Note that when an endpoints password is changed, and Set As Main Tool Password is
checked, the VIP-102B will use the newly defined password for all network scans until it is
closed.
If the Remember This Password option is checked, the password will be required for all
future VIP-102B sessions.
Hide Invalid Password Devices hides endpoints that have invalid passwords from the scan
results.

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Assign IP Addresses allows users to automatically assign IP addresses to endpoints. The


IP addresses may be from any of the user defined IP address ranges defined under
File/Networks. This may also be accomplished on an individual endpoint basis.
Assign Device Names allows users to assign device names to all or selected endpoints.
This may also be accomplished on an individual endpoint basis.
Assign Dial Codes allows users to assign dial codes to all or selected endpoints. This may
also be accomplished on an individual endpoint basis. Note that all system dial codes must
be the same length.
Set Channel Volumes allows users to preset set the audio input and audio output volumes
on all applicable endpoints.
Set System Tones allows user to enable or disable the privacy, channel pre-announce, SIP
pre-announce tones on a system wide basis.

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Dial Code Length allows users to define the system wide dial code length that will be
utilized.
Network Settings defines the ports and multicast addresses used by the system. These
settings should not be changed unless users are specifically instructed to do so by a
Valcom representative.
Volume Offsets allows users to make adjustments to system audio volumes for low,
medium, high, emergency and absolute page priorities.
Phone Book is a list of all dial codes and the corresponding endpoints IP address and
channel. This is automatically compiled by the VIP-102B and stored in each endpoint during
an update. During certain conditions, such as endpoints being removed from the system
and IP addresses being reassigned, the phone book may require a user initiated delete and
rebuild.
Audio Groups allows users to define audio groups and their priorities in the system.
Audio Group Membership allows users to determine which channels will be included in the
defined audio groups.
CID Ringing allows users to define ranges of caller ID reported telephone numbers that will
automatically be routed to a channel or group dial code. This only applies to calls ringing
into trunk endpoints.
Code Translation allows users to translate from one dial code to another. For example, if 6
digit dial code lengths are specified, but the user would like to use 700 for all call, 700
could be translated to the 6 digit all call dial code. Note that number pattern conflicts are not
allowed. For example, if 700 was utilized for all call, no 6 digit system dial code could begin
with 700.
Control Groups allow users to combine relays from I/O Units into groups so that they may
be controlled simultaneously.

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The Conflicts Menu is a convenient way for users to view system conflicts that would
prevent proper operation. If conflicts are detected following a system scan the VIP-102B
informs users via the following screen.

Conflicts are always reported following an initial system scan due to the fact that all
endpoints default to the same IP address and all channels default to the same dial code.

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Once all conflicts are resolved, scan results should appear similar to the following.
Endpoints are initially identified by their MAC addresses.

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The color of the endpoint Icons indicate their current status. In many cases, the VIP-102B
will prompt users as to the proper steps to achieve normal status.
Status Unknown indicates that an endpoint that was previously detected in a scan can no
longer communicate with the VIP-102B. This could indicate that the endpoint was in a reset
state when the scan occurred. Rescanning too quickly following a reset can cause
endpoints to appear in the status unknown state.
Error Status indicates a communications error between the VIP-102B and an endpoint. A
common cause of error status would be using a PC that is not on the same subnet, or does
not have access to the subnet of the endpoint.
Update Required indicates that the endpoint in question requires an update.
Reset Required indicates that the endpoint in question requires a reset. Endpoints that have
experienced programming changes require an update followed by a reset. Endpoints may
also be reset by removing power for 60 seconds and then reapplying power.
Rescan Required indicates that the VIP-102B did not receive all of the expected information
from an endpoint during the scan process and that a rescan is required.
Invalid Password indicates that the endpoints password does match the currently
remembered password.

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Programming VE8001, VE8002 and VE8004 Page Endpoints

The VE8001, VE8002 and VE8004 Page Endpoints enable voice


access to 1, 2 or 4 zones of non-VoIP one-way paging over an IPbased LAN/WAN. This allows analog page zone extension anywhere
on the network.
In addition, each audio output features an associated audio input. Any
VE800X I/O may transmit and receive audio, but not simultaneously.
Audio input activation may be accomplished via VOX (voice operated
switching) or via control contact closure (switch)

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The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.

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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Codec Type, as of this writing, is always G.711.
Call Fwd Busy allows users to define an alternate destination, by endpoint dial code, that will
receive audio should this channel be in use. If blank, users calling this channel, while in a busy
state, will receive a busy tone.
Call Fwd No Answer has no relevance to this endpoint.
Audio Input Volume and Audio Output Volume allow users to adjust this channels audio levels.
When this channel is used as an audio input, VOX (voice operated switching) for activation may be
enabled or disabled.
When this channel is used as an audio output, a Pre-Announce Tone may optionally be broadcast
prior to voice announcements.
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Programming VE8001, VE8002 and VE8004 Page Endpoints

The Inputs Tab allows users to program any of the endpoints inputs (1, 2 or 4 dependant upon the
model number) for audio control or external supervision.
When a page endpoints channel is utilized as an audio input (primarily used for music), the
channel is typically auto destinated to an audio group, or, if the audio distribution is to be controlled
and managed by a VE6001 Applications Server, the channel is not auto destinated (leave the
channels auto destination field blank)
This allows users to distribute music or other line level audio to groups of speakers. When audio
distribution is to be controlled via a switch, Audio On/Off allows users to control the flow of audio
by switching the channel input on or off.
For Audio On/Audio Off:
Channel Mapping defines which of the endpoints channels is connected to the audio source.
Activate On defines the desired active state of the switch contacts used on this input.

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Must be the
same number

External Supervision:
When a page endpoints input is used for External Supervision, it simply provides a way of sending
a contact closure across the network. Closing a switch on an External Supervision input causes a
relay to close on a second page endpoint (VE8001, VE8002 or VE8004).
Channel Mapping channel selected must be the same as the input number (1, 2, 3 or 4).
Destination Dial Code is the dial code of any channel on a second page endpoint. Note that the
selected channel does not have to be dedicated to the External Supervision function and may also
be used as an audio port. The destination dial code must be the channel dial code of a single
channel, not a group.
A relay on this second page endpoint will be programmed for Follow Input. This relay will close
following a closure on the External Supervision input (refer to the following pages for more detail).
Syslog Message allows users to enter up to a 40 character message that will appear on syslog
when the External Supervision input receives a closure.

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The Relays Tab allows users to program any of the endpoints relays (2 or 4 dependant upon the
model number) for Activate on Call, Follow DTMF, Activate on DTMF, Follow Input, Supervise and
Activate During Ring
Activate on Call, Follow DTMF, Activate on DTMF, Follow Input and Activate During Ring each
feature a Channel Mapping pull down menu. Each of these functions require the user to select
which of the VE8001s, VE8002s or VE8004s channels will be associated with the relay. Since the
the VE8001 only has one channel, the Channel Mapping only offers one channel.
Supervise, not to be confused with the External Supervision function of an Input, requires the user
to select which endpoints will be supervised. When a supervised endpoint can no longer be
contacted via the network, the relay will open.

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The Relays Tab allows users to program any of the endpoints relays (2 or 4 dependant upon the
model number) for:
Activate on Call The relay will activate for the duration of audio broadcast from the mapped
channel.
Follow DTMF - The relay will activate for the duration of a DTMF# tone during an audio
connection to the mapped channel.
Activate on DTMF Not available at this time.
Follow Input The relay will activate when the call switch on an IP talkback speaker that is auto
destinated to the mapped channel is pressed, or when a switch on an External Supervision input
(with a destination dial code of the mapped channel) is closed.
Supervise The relay will open whenever any endpoints selected for supervision fail to respond to
supervisory observance.
Activate During Ring Not available on this endpoint

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The Group Membership Tab allows users to include any of the endpoints channels (1, 2 or 4
dependant upon the model number, in any of the audio groups. Audio Groups are defined under
the System/Audio Groups menu option.

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The SIP Tab (Session Initiation Protocol) allows users to define a SIP identity (Phone Number) for
each channel of the endpoint. It is possible to assign both a SIP identity and a dial code (Channels
Tab) to a single channel.
These numbers may be the same or different. They may also be different lengths.
Authentication name is the name that is registered in the SIP server. Secret is the word used for
verification by the SIP server. The information entered here must match the information entered in
the SIP server. (SIP Server, ports and proxy is the IP address and communication specifics for the
SIP server)
Realm is used with some hosted providers. The hosted providers domain name or IP address
would be entered here.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
VOX Silence Suppression leave unchecked unless specifically directed to do otherwise by a
Valcom representative.

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Programming VE201 and VE204 SIP Group Identities

The VE201 and VE204 SIP Based Paging Servers program exactly the same as
VE8001 and VE8004 Page Endpoints. The only differences are that SIP Identities in
the VE201 and VE204 are used exclusively to make announcements to groups. The
SIP Tab on either endpoint allows users to define up to 8 SIP identities that are
mapped to any combination of groups. There are also provisions for store and play
paging and repeated announcements. The channel outputs on the VE201 and VE204
can not be called individual, but may be included in the SIP accessed groups.
Night ring provides for a ringing tone over the selected groups when this SIP identity
is called.
As of this writing the Station SIP Mode is the only available option.

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Programming VE8011, VE8012 and VE8014 Station Endpoints

The VE8011, VE8012 and VE8014 Station Endpoints provide FXS


connections for access of the IP6000 via analog trunk port(s) (c.o. line
port(s)) or POTS type stand alone telephone.

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Programming VE8011, VE8012 and VE8014 Station Endpoints

The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.
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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Codec Type, as of this writing, is always G.711.
Call Fwd Busy allows users to define an alternate destination, by endpoint dial code, that will
receive audio should this channel be in use. If blank, users calling this channel, while in a busy
state, will receive a busy tone.
Call Fwd No Answer defines a dial code that will receive calls that are not answered on this
channel.

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The Relays Tab allows users to program any of the endpoints relays (2 or 4 dependant upon the
model number) for:
Activate on Call The relay will activate for the duration of audio broadcast from the mapped
channel.
Follow DTMF - The relay will activate for the duration of a DTMF# tone during an audio
connection to the mapped channel.
Activate on DTMF Not available at this time.
Follow Input Not available on this endpoint.
Supervise The relay will close whenever any endpoints selected for supervision fail to respond to
a supervisory beacon. The beacon is automatically initiated when this option is selected.
Activate During Ring Relay closes following the ring cadence of the mapped channel.

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Programming VE8021, VE8022 and VE8024 Trunk Endpoints

The VE8021, VE8022 and VE8024 Trunk Endpoints FXO connections


for access of the IP6000 via analog station port(s).

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Programming VE8021, VE8022 and VE8024 Trunk Endpoints

The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.
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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Codec Type, as of this writing, is always G.711.
Call Fwd Busy allows users to define an alternate destination, by endpoint dial code, that will
receive audio should this channel be in use. If blank, users calling this channel, while in a busy
state, will receive a busy tone.
Call Fwd No Answer has no relevance to this endpoint.

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The Relays Tab allows users to program any of the endpoints relays (2 or 4 dependant upon the
model number) for:
Activate on Call The relay will activate for the duration of audio broadcast from the mapped
channel.
Follow DTMF - The relay will activate for the duration of a DTMF # tone during an audio
connection to the mapped channel.
Activate on DTMF Not available at this time.
Follow Input Not available on this endpoint.
Supervise The relay will close whenever any endpoints selected for supervision fail to respond to
a supervisory beacon. The beacon is automatically initiated when this option is selected.
Activate During Ring Relay closes following the ring cadence of the mapped channel.

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The Group Membership Tab allows users to include any of the endpoints channels (1, 2 or 4
dependant upon the model number, in any of the audio groups. Audio Groups are defined under
the System/Audio Groups menu option.

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If a Trunk Endpoint is called as part of a group, it has the capability to go off hook and dial a string
of DTMF in order to establish a connection to another endpoint.
Note: The DTMF string may include one or more commas to include second pauses.

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The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.
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If the IP talkback speaker is a VIP-172L-XX Door Speaker, the Talkback Tab allows users to
change the door unlock relay activation time.
The Hold Time, Threshold and Transmit Delay should not be changed unless directed to do so by
a Valcom representative.

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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Codec Type, as of this writing, is always G.711.
Call Fwd Busy and Call Fwd No Answer have no relevance to this endpoint.
Audio Input Volume and Audio Output Volume allow users to adjust this channels audio levels.
A Pre-Announce Tone may optionally be broadcast prior to voice announcements.

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The Inputs Tab allows users to select the use of the input. 904 refers to use with a VIP-904 when
interfacing to an analog intercom.
Note, when utilizing the VIP-904, both the IP talkback speaker and the associated VE800X must
be set for a static IP address. The associated VE800X channel must be set for VOX and its relay
must be set to follow input.
Additionally, the VE800X channel must be set to auto destinate to the IP talkback speaker and the
IP talkback speaker must be set to auto destinate to its associated VE900X channel.

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The Group Membership Tab allows users to include any of the endpoints channels (1, 2 or 4
dependant upon the model number, in any of the audio groups. Audio Groups are defined under
the System/Audio Groups menu option.

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The SIP Tab (Session Initiation Protocol) allows users to define a SIP identity (Phone Number) for
each channel of the endpoint. It is possible to assign both a SIP identity and a dial code (Channels
Tab) to a single channel.
These numbers may be the same or different. They may also be different lengths.
Authentication name is the name that is registered in the SIP server. Secret is the word used for
verification by the SIP server. The information entered here must match the information entered in
the SIP server. (SIP Server, ports and proxy is the IP address and communication specifics for the
SIP server)
Realm is used with some hosted providers. The hosted providers domain name or IP address
would be entered here.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
VOX Silence Suppression leave unchecked unless specifically directed to do otherwise by a
Valcom representative.

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The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.
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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.
Codec Type, as of this writing, is always G.711.
Call Fwd Busy allows users to define an alternate destination, by endpoint dial code, that will
receive audio should this channel be in use. If blank, users calling this channel, while in a busy
state, will receive a busy tone.
Call Fwd No Answer has no relevance to this endpoint.
Audio Output Volume allow users to adjust this channels broadcast audio level.
A Pre-Announce Tone may optionally be broadcast prior to voice announcements.

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The Group Membership Tab allows users to include any of the endpoints channels (1, 2 or 4
dependant upon the model number, in any of the audio groups. Audio Groups are defined under
the System/Audio Groups menu option.

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The SIP Tab (Session Initiation Protocol) allows users to define a SIP identity (Phone Number) for
each channel of the endpoint. It is possible to assign both a SIP identity and a dial code (Channels
Tab) to a single channel.
These numbers may be the same of different. They may also be different lengths.
Authentication name is the name that is registered in the SIP server. Secret is the word used for
verification by the SIP server. The information entered here must match the information entered in
the SIP server. (SIP Server, ports and proxy is the IP address and communication specifics for the
SIP server)
Realm is used with some hosted providers. The hosted providers domain name or IP address
would be entered here.
Auto Destination defines a second endpoint or group, by its unique dial code, that will
automatically receive the audio originating from this endpoint.
Caller ID (CID) Name is the description that will appear on CID telephones connected to Station
endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
Caller ID (CID) Number is the telephone number that will appear on CID telephones connected to
Station endpoints receiving audio via the auto destination feature.
VOX Silence Suppression leave unchecked unless specifically directed to do otherwise by a
Valcom representative.

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Programming VE8048 I/O Unit Endpoints

The VE8048 I/O Unit provides 8 control inputs and 8 switch outputs
across a LAN/WAN for event activation, clock correction and building
control applications.
Due to the fact that the 8 control inputs and 8 switch outputs are never
dial accessed, the VE8048 is a single channel endpoint.
The sole purpose of the VE8048s dial code is for I/O Unit identification
in the VE6001 Applications Server.

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Programming VE8048 I/O Unit Endpoints

The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level (1, 2 or 3) should always be set to 1 unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Offset from UTC is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed.
This is used for system logging and other functions.
Perform DST Correction
Daylight Saving Time.

- If checked, the endpoint will automatically adjust for

The Comments field allows users to enter and store significant endpoint information
and is simply provided as a convenience to users.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other endpoints.

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Host Name is the


name of this endpoint
on the network. Device
name (Properties Tab)
is the name of the
endpoint
that
will
appear in the VIP102B, Host name is the
name of the endpoint
that will appear on the
network. These may,
or may not, be the
same.

Domain Name is the domain name of the network.


Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigning static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Send Syslog sets up communications to a syslog server to receive syslog information from this
endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other I/O Unit endpoints.
Advanced provides access to settings that should not be modified unless a Valcom representative
advises that modification are necessary.
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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.

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I/O Units feature 8 switch inputs and 8 controllable relay outputs.


Users may name each input, assign each input a priority (higher priority inputs
suspend lower priority inputs), choose whether the input will recognize an open or
closed switch as an activation request, and select which relay, or control group
of relays, the switch connected to input will activate.
Controlled relays may be on any I/O Unit in the system.
Inputs may also be assigned to the VE6001 Applications Server in order to control
events.
The resend interval is the regular interval at which a switch command that was
sent to a relay is re-issued.
Resend Checking is how often a relay activated by a switch input checks to verify
that the resend commands from a controlling switch input are being received. If
the specified time elapses without receiving a resend command, the active relay
will return to its default state.
When an input is assigned to a Control Group of relays, Group Handshaking
enables a command confirmation process.

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I/O Units feature 8 switch inputs and 8 controllable relay outputs.


Users may name each relay and assign each relay a default (idle) state
Relays may also follow, or mimic the state of another relay on any I/O Unit in the
system.
Optionally, relays may be controlled by the VE6001 Applications Server.
Monitor Interval is how often an active relay checks to verify that the status of a relay
that it is following.
Relays with identical functionality may be combined into convenient groups via the
System/Control Groups menu option.

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Programming Application Server Endpoints

The Summary Tab is always shown for all endpoints discovered by the VIP-102B IP
Solutions Setup Tool. The absence of other endpoint tabs indicates that full
communication with the related endpoint is not available. This may be due to several
factors including network communication issues and IP address conflicts.
Note that all Valcom IP Solution endpoint default to an IP address of 192.168.6.200.
Therefore, only the Summary Tab will be shown following initial system scans. Once
any network issues are resolved and unique IP addresses are assigned to each
endpoint, the full compliment of programming tabs will be available for each
endpoint.

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The Properties Tab allows users to provide a significant name for an endpoint.
Selected names are often chosen to be significant of the endpoints install location
and/or the endpoints function.
The Log Level should always be set to info unless specific instruction to do
otherwise is provided by a Valcom representative.
Time Zone is used to define the time zone in which the endpoint is installed. This is
used for system logging and other functions.
Pre-Page Delay (ms) is the period of time in milliseconds allocated to
communications network setup. Specifically, this is time allocated for speakers to
prepare to broadcast audio thus preventing users from missing the initial portion of
the announcement and or the pre page tone(s).
Post-Page Delay (ms) is the period of time in milliseconds allocated to
communications network tear down. Specifically, this is time allocated for speakers
to complete broadcast of queued audio packets audio thus preventing users from
missing the last portion of the announcement.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Properties information to other Application
Server endpoints.
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Host Name is the name of this endpoint on the network. Device name (Properties Tab) is the name
of the endpoint that will appear in the VIP-102B, Host name is the name of the endpoint that will
appear on the network. These may, or may not, be the same.
Domain Name is the domain name of the network.
Use DHCP causes this endpoint to automatically obtain its IP address and other communication
information using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a way to manage network
parameter assignment from a single DHCP server, or a group of DHCP servers arranged in a
fault-tolerant manner. Even in small networks, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is useful
because it can make it easy to add new machines to the local network. Valcom recommends using
static IP addresses as this facilitates easy identification of the VoIP endpoints. When set for
DHCP,if an IP address cannot be obtained automatically, the endpoint will default to a class B
subnet and will choose a random IP address on the 169.254.xxx.xxx subnet.
Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP address, Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS
Server are fields used for assigned static information to this VoIP endpoint.
Time server is the IP address or domain name of a time server that will be used to obtain correct
time information for this endpoint.
Send Beacon enables network diagnostic packets which allow the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool to verify broadcast and multicast communications with this endpoint.
Use Syslog Daemon allows users to define a syslog daemon to receive syslog information from
this endpoint.
The Copy button allows user to copy the Network information to other endpoints.
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The Channels Tab allows users to provide a unique dial code and description for each channel of
an endpoint. Dial codes may be up to 11 digits in length, however all system dial codes must be
the same length. This is defined under the System/Dial Code Length menu option.

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Once the individual endpoints are configured and indicate a normal


status in the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool, the VE6001
Applications Server may be initialized.
The VE6001 is the component that truly defines an IP6000 system.
The VE6001 is the endpoint that provides schedule management,
schedule tones, WAV file management, on demand or scheduled
audio events, emergency messaging, automated relay control and
graphically distributed audio events.
The VIP-102B updates the VE6001 with all of the information required
to communicate and control all other system endpoints.
One of the most critical pieces of information provided to the VE6001
is the defined groups.
Users may also define groups that do not have any assigned channels
(no group membership) for on the fly emergency messaging from the
VE6001.
The switch inputs on VE8048 I/O Units may be used to initiate
VE6001 audio events and the relay outputs on VE8048 I/O Units may
be controlled from VE6001 schedules.
Accessing the browser based VE6001 is as easy as entering the
servers assigned IP address in your computers browser.

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Once users browse in the VE6001 Applications Server, they are


greeted with the log in screen. Multiple users may be defined with
various permissions.
The default login for set up is user name admin and password
4cc3ss.

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Once logged in as administrator, a menu tree is available on the left


side of the screen.

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Expanding the Administration folder, provides access to Logs,


System, Users, Setup and Clock.

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Log files are automatically generated. These log files provide record of
all system activity.

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Expanding the System folder, provides access to Backup, Restore


Backup, Upgrade Firmware, Restore System Defaults, Install Original
Firmware, Shutdown and Reboot.

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Backup allows users to back up all VE6001 user settings as a


downloadable zip file. Note that the screens shown above will vary
dependant upon the specific browser in use.
NOTE: System backups are highly recommended following initial
system setup and after all significant programming changes.

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Restore Backup allows users to reload previously save backup files.


Users are offered the option of preserving or overwriting the VE6001s
network settings.
Upgrade Firmware allows users to perform field upgrades of their
VE6001.
Restore System Defaults allows users to default all system
programming.
Install Original Firmware returns the VE6001 to factory shipped
conditions.
Shutdown shuts down the server for maintenance work.
Reboot shuts down and then restarts the server.

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Clicking on Users provides for adding and deleting VE6001 user


names and passwords.

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User names must begin with a letter, must not contain spaces and
must be less than 255 characters in length.
Each user may be assigned one of 3 privilege levels for each feature
screen of the VE6001. Disabled implies that the user will not be able
to access the selected feature, Limited implies that the user will have
read only access of the selected feature. The exception to this is the
ability to assign and control override schedules. Users with limited
access of a feature will be able to control existing schedules and
events. Full, or Read/Write access, implies that the user will have
full control of the selected feature.
The initial tabs or startup tabs, and the order in which they are
displayed, may also be defined on a per user basis.
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To delete a user name, click on the desired name and click Delete
Selected User

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Clicking on Setup provides access to the network and miscellaneous


setting of the VE6001. Other than setting up a syslog server IP
address and modifying the User Timeout settings, values on this
screen should remain at factory default.

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Clicking on Clock provides access to timeserver or manual time


settings.
The VE6001, when set to correct to a timeserver, may act as a time
server for other IP6000 system devices (note that, for testing
purposes, the time server to which the VE6001 is set to correct does
not have to be available).
Calendar will be addressed in a later section of this manual.

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Need Quick Page Items to Be


Louder?
A volume offset may be established
for Quick Page Items under
Administration/System/Setup

Clicking on Quick Page allows users to send any system audio file, or
Live Page audio via a PC microphone to any of the audio groups.
Multiple quick pages may be activated simultaneously.
Note that the setup procedure in the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup
Tool automatically loaded the available group information, that is,
groups defined in the VIP-102B, into the VE6001 Applications
Server.
The VIP-Page Softphone software must be installed on any PC
that will be initiating live page announcements.
Play List and Graphics will be addressed in a later section of this
manual.
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Expanding the Editors folder, provides access to Audio, Event,


Schedule, Input, Group Code, Graphic and Icon editors.
Clicking on Audio Editor allows users to upload new WAV formatted
audio files and delete previously uploaded audio files. These files may
be organized by category.
Double clicking on a file allows users to modify its parameters such
as: rename it, upload a new file version, change the category, or
process the audio.

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In addition to the ability to import wav files, the VE6001 has provisions
for recording audio files. Any or all audio sent to a group, by another
VE6001, a Station or Trunk endpoint or an audio input on a Page
endpoint may be recorded.
One exception is that audio originated by the VE6001 performing the
recording function, may not be recorded.
In practice, users will typically create one or more groups (using the
VIP-102B software) that are used solely for audio recording. During
creation, these groups will be assigned a priority level of low, medium,
high, emergency or absolute. Since the VE6001 uses numeric priority
levels, it is important to understand the correlation.

VIP-102B Group
Priority Level

Corresponding VE6001
Priority Level

Low

10

Medium

20

High

30

Emergency

40

Absolute

50

For reference, announcements to individual channels of audio


gateways or to IP speakers have a priority level of 35.

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On the VE6001s New Recording form, users must provide a name


for the recording. Typically, this name will identify the purpose of the
recording (morning announcements, emergency announcement, etc).
Users must also provide a Filename. This filename will be used to
identify the recording in the audio file selection list. The Category
pull down selection allows users to select which category the
recording will be filed under.
If Record Once is checked, the VE6001 will record the next qualifying
audio* sent to any of the groups selected (All Page Groups or those
selected under Recording Codes), and create an audio file one time
only.
*Qualifying audio is determined by the priority level Only audio events that are sent at a priority
level equal to or great than the priority mask will be recorded.
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If Overwrite is checked, the VE6001 will record all qualifying audio


sent to any of the groups selected (All Page Groups or those
selected under Recording Codes), overwriting the audio file each
time.
If neither Record Once nor Overwrite is checked, the VE6001 will
record all qualifying audio sent to any of the groups selected (All
Page Groups or those selected under Recording Codes), creating a
new audio file each time.
New audio files are named by appending the Filename with the date
and time of creation. In this case, the value entered in the Max
Recordings field will dictate the maximum number of recording to
create. Once this number of recordings is reached, audio files are
replaced beginning on a first created, first replaced basis.
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If either Record Once or Overwrite is checked, users may choose to


Process the recorded audio (automatically increase or decrease the
volume).
The Priority field allows users to control which audio sent to the
groups selected for recording (All Page Groups or those selected
under Recording Codes), will actually qualify for the recording
process. The priority number entered here is a priority mask. Only
audio event that are sent at a priority level equal to or great than the
priority mask will be recorded. Priority dictates which audio is
Qualifying Audio.

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When Auto Play is checked, whenever the audio file is modified, it


will play to the groups selected under Auto Play Codes. The file may
be auto played one or more times. If the file is auto played more than
once, then users may define a gap (in seconds between each play).
Repeat Interval is the period of time after which the values entered in
Number of plays and Gap will repeat.
This may be set up to play repeatedly for a defined Total Time period,
or until a Cancel Code (another group code is assigned as the cancel
code) is dialed on a Trunk or Station endpoint.

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For example, if the audio recording is programmed to auto play 4


times with a one second gap in between each play, a repeat interval
of one hour and a total time of 24 hours, then the file will play 4 times
with a one second gap in between each play, wait an hour, play 4
times with a one second gap in between each play, etc, for 24 hours,
or until the Cancel Code is dialed.
Priority is the desired priority of the audio file that is auto played.
Volume Adj provides users with a means of adjusting the volume
level of the audio file that is auto played.

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In the example shown above, whenever qualifying audio is sent to


group 720 Emergency All Call, it will be recorded as a file prefixed
with Level3. Up to 100 recordings will be stored. Immediately
following the recording, the VE6001 will play the announcement 4
times with a 5 second gap in between each play. The announcement
will play at a priority of 25 and will be be volume adjusted up 10 dB.
Every 10 minutes, the VE6001 will replay the announcement 4 times
with a 5 second gap in between each play.
This will occur for 5 hours, or until the 700 group code is dialed from a
Station or Trunk endpoint

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Clicking on Event Editor allows users to create, delete and test


VE6001 events. Events are simply desired actions that are initiated by
the Applications Sever.

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Clicking on Create Event allows users to define the type of event


desired.

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Choosing Audio Event allows users to define an action that will send
any system audio file to any combination of defined groups.

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The event name should specify the destination of the audio file
selected.
Duration is the length of time the audio file should play. If duration if
not defined, the audio file will play through its entirety.
If is it desirable to have the audio repeat, then a number of plays and
number of seconds between each repetition may be defined.
Priority is simply a way, should simultaneous activation of events
occur, to assure that events of higher importance take precedence
(override). Higher numbers imply higher priority, lower numbers imply
lower priority. Note that the priority level of any audio event used for
class change tones should be set to a level higher than the level
selected for standard voice announcements and music. The VIP-102B
IP Solutions Setup Tool refers to priority levels as low, medium, high,
emergency and absolute. For reference, the numeric priority
equivalents to low, medium, high, emergency and absolute are 10, 20,
30, 40 and 50 respectively.
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Volume Adj. allows users to adjust the volume of each event. Audio
files that have been recorded at a level higher or lower than desired
may be adjusted to the desired level. Events that will occur during
noisy time periods may be set to higher volume level.
One or more available group codes must be selected for the audio
destination.

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Choosing a Relay Control Event allows users to define an action


that will control VE8048 I/O Unit relays

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Users may name the relay control event.


Choose the desired VE8048 I/O Unit by its assigned dial code.
Choose one of the 8 relays on the selected VE8048.
Choose a High, Medium or Low priority for this control event (in the
case of multiple events controlling the same relay).
Choose a Relay Action (On, Off or Cycle). If Cycle is selected, users
must choose an on and off duration (cadence) and a number of
cycles.
If control groups have been defined, users may choose any
combination of control groups (groups of relays defined in the VIP102B IP Solutions Setup Tool) to perform the specified actions.
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Choosing a Stop Event allows users to define an action that will end
streaming audio, test rooms or active relays.

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Choosing a State Change Event allows users to force VE8048 I/O


Unit inputs or audio group recordings to be enabled or disabled. This
is useful in situations where users wish to ignore an VE8048 input
during certain times of the day and or only wish to record
announcements to audio groups at defined times.

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Choosing a Streaming Audio event allows users to direct line level


audio connected to any page endpoint (VE8001, VE8002 or VE8004)
to any combination of the available audio groups.
The channel on the page endpoint should not be auto destinated.
Music destination will be managed by the VE6001.

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Users may name the streaming audio event.


Choose the desired page endpoint channel by its assigned dial code.
Choose a priority for this control event (in the case of multiple audio
events being sent to the same group(s) simultaneously.)
Volume Adj. allows users to adjust the volume of the streaming
audio.

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Choose the desired


page endpoint channel
by its assigned dial
code.

One or more available group codes must be selected for the


streaming audio destination.

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Choosing a Test Room event allows users to define system zones as


test rooms. The intent of test rooms is to block low priority audio and
therefore minimize disruptions during standardized testing.

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Users may name the Test Room event. The selected name may
indicate the areas defined in the event (i.e. Testing in all Senior
Rooms)
Choose a priority mask (only events higher than the selected mask will
play into the selected areas (zones)
Choose which zones will be affected (by channel dial codes).

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In this example, only events with a priority higher than 25 will play into
the selected areas (zones).

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Choosing a Delay event allows users to define delays that may be


used in between chained events.

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A sample events list is shown above.

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Play List allows manual activation of events.

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Play List Items are built from previously defined events. A Play List
item may be comprised of a single event, or multiple events chained
together. Play List items are manually executed via inputs on VE8048
I/O units or via the Execute Now button on the Play List screen.

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A sample Play List Item that, when executed, will execute the
previously defined event called Bell Everywhere once.
If it is desirable to create a Play List Item that will play multiple times
once executed, then a repeat time (how often should it repeat) and a
total time (how long should it repeat) must be specified.

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Live Page defines play list items that, once executed, utilize the
Valcom VIP-Page utility to distribute live audio (from a PCs
microphone and sound card) to an audio group.

Note that the VIP-Page program must be installed on the originating


computer and that the originating computer must be on and setup via
the VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool (just like any other endpoint).

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A sample Play List with one item is shown above.

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Schedule Editor allows users to create schedules that will


automatically control the execution of the previously defined events.
Schedules are commonly used to control tone activation used to
signal class changes.

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Each scheduled event may have other events chained to it. Chained
events will occur just after the initially selected event.

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Clicking on Add Simple Event allows users to create ad hoc events


from within the scheduler. Simple events are not stored for selection in
other schedules, they are a one time entry.
Note that the priority level of any audio event used for class change
tones should be set to a level higher than the level selected for
standard voice announcements and music. The VIP-102B IP Solutions
Setup Tool refers to priority levels as low, medium, high, emergency
and absolute. For reference, the numeric priority equivalents to low,
medium, high, emergency and absolute are 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50
respectively. The default priority of the VE6001 is 25.

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Schedule with a Simple Event at 8:30 a.m.

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Clicking on Calendar allows users to assign the schedules to days of


the week and/or dates. Note that if schedules are assigned to dates,
they will override the normal day of the week schedules.

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First, click on each individual Regular Weekday and choose the


default schedules for that day of the week (choose from the Available
Schedules menu).

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Assigning schedules to dates requires building date groups.

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Click Build, click the date or dates to which the unique schedule(s)
will be assigned (wait for the dates color to change before
proceeding).
Examples of schedules that are often controlled by date(s) are pep
rally, teacher work day, parent teacher conference day and blank (no
tone events).

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Click View and choose the schedules that should operate on the
selected date(s) (choose from the Available Schedules menu).
Multiple date groups may be defined by repeating these steps.
Note that date group membership is identified by color.

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Calendar dates will clear after the date passes.


Double clicking on a calendar date will open a window showing all of
the events for the date, from all of the the schedules assigned to that
date, including repeated events, in order of occurrence.
To remove calendar based schedules before the date passes, click on
the date to be removed, or any of the dates in the related date group,
click Build, and individually double click on the date or dates to be
cleared (cleared dates will no longer be colored or outlined).
Cleared Dates will follow Regular Weekday schedules.

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Override Weekdays schedules have the highest system priority.


Click on an override weekday and choose the desired schedules from
the Available Schedules menu.
Click Activate, the Override Weekday will become highlighted.
The schedules selected will operate on the next occurrence of the
selected day or on the current day if applicable.
Activated Override Weekdays will deactivate automatically once the
selected weekday passes. Override weekday schedules are often
used for incidental occurrences such as inclement weather release.

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Input Editor allows users to setup VE8048 I/O Unit inputs to control
Play List Items.
An example of such functionality would be to provide panic buttons in
a facility that activate evacuation or take shelter messages.

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Available VE8048 Inputs are identified by their dial code and SW


number. Note that all VE8048 input will be shown, but only those
assigned to the VE6001 will be capable of controlling play list items.

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Input types may be:


a)

A locking switch that will execute the play list item until the
switch changes state (opens or closes).

b)

A momentary switch state change to execute the selected play


list items.

c)

A momentary switch state change to stop the selected play list


items.

d)

A momentary switch state change to stop all play list items.

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Group Code Editor allows users to modify the audio group


membership that was initially defined in the VIP-102B IP Solutions
Setup tool. Users may add or remove channels (defined by their dial
codes) to or from any group. New groups may only be defined in the
VIP-102B.

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Create New Graphic allows users to define a new graphic. Graphics


are used to initiate play list or quick play items via mouse click.

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Once a new graphic is defined, it will appear under the Graphics


folder.

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Clicking on the graphic name opens up the graphic window. Right


clicking in the window provides users with options to Place Node,
Replace Image, Rename Graphic or Delete Graphic.

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Replace Image allows users to browse to the desired jpeg, png, bmp,
tif or gif file.

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Choose the desired image file and click Submit to import the graphic.

The size of the graphic is dependant upon the screen resolution. 800 x
600 pixels is typical. Graphics that are larger than the viewing area will
automatically be scrollable.

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Right click and choose Place Node to add a node. Nodes will be the
icons used to activate play list or quick play items via mouse click.
Nodes may be dragged to the desired location with the computers
mouse.

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Select the desired node type.

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Graphic nodes are used to move between graphic image files, such as
drilling down from a campus view to a building, to a floor, to a room,
etc. The destination graphic is selected in the Map pull down box.

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Sample Graphic Node

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Play List Item nodes are used to activate play list items via mouse
click.

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Two icons may be assigned to Play List Item nodes. Icon 2 will appear
when the node is active.

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Sample Idle Play List Item Node

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Sample Active Play List Item Node

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Quick Play and


Quick Page are
the same thing

Quick Play Item nodes are used to activate Quick Play items via
mouse click.

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Quick Play Item nodes are directed to a specific audio group.

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Sample Quick Play Item Node

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Clicking on a Quick Play Item node invokes the quick play selection
menu. Users may choose which quick play item they wish to
broadcast to the selected group.

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Live Page utilizes the Valcom VIP-Page utility to distribute live audio
(from a PCs microphone and sound card) to the selected audio group.

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A Sample Graphic

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A Sample Graphic

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A Sample Graphic

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Icon Editor allows users to add, create or delete icons that may be
used for the nodes. Adding icons allows users to import jpeg, png,
bmp, tif or gif files to be used for icons. If transparency is desired for
indication of active status, only png of gif files may be used. Imported
graphics to be utilized as icons should be approximately 100 x 100
pixels in size.

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On occasion, any one speaker or audio channel may be included in a group


announcement, individual zone page and/or receiving VE6001 Applications Server
initiated audio simultaneously.
When this occurs, priorities determine which audio will prevail. In the case of voice
pages initiated via page, station or trunk endpoints, higher priority announcements
will override audio from lower priority announcements.
The VIP-102B IP Solutions Setup Tool refers to priority levels as low, medium,
high, emergency and absolute. For reference, the numeric priority equivalents to
low, medium, high, emergency and absolute are 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50
respectively. For reference, voice pages to individual speakers or audio channels
initiated via page, station or trunk endpoints have a set priority level of 35.
The 2 charts below describe the IP6000 system operation when voice pages to
groups, individual speakers or audio channels initiated via page, station or trunk
endpoints (zone pages) occur simultaneously with audio initiated via the VE6001
Applications Server.
The first chart refers to scenarios where the group or zone page occurs while
VE6001 audio distribution is in progress to the target zone.
The second chart refers to scenarios where the VE6001 audio distribution is
initiated while a group or zone page is in progress to the target zone.

Group Page

VE6001 Audio First / Zone Page Second


VE6001 Event Priority Level
25
30
35

10

15

20

40

45

50

51+

Zone Page

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Low
Medium
High
Emergency
Absolute

Note A

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note B

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note B

Note B

Group Page

Zone Page First / VE6001 Audio Second


VE6001 Event Priority Level
25
30
35

10

15

20

40

45

50

51+

Zone Page

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note D

Note E

Note E

Note E

Note E

Low
Medium
High
Emergency
Absolute

Note A

Note D

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note D

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note D

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note D

Note C

Note C

Note C

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note D

Note C

NOTE A - Voice Page Takes Precedence - VE6001 Initiated Audio Continues After Conclusion Of Voice Page
NOTE B - VE6001 Audio Takes Precedence - Voice Page Does Not Continue After Conclusion Of VE6001 Audio
NOTE C - VE6001 Audio Takes Precedence - Voice Page Continues After Conclusion Of VE6001 Audio
NOTE D - Voice Page Continues, VE6001A Initiated Audio Does Not Occur
NOTE E - VE6001 Audio Takes Precedence - Voice Page Continues After Conclusion Of VE6001 Audio, Call To Zone
May Be Reestablished In Order To Override VE6001 Audio

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