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'''Webcall''' makes it possible to establish calls and operate relay directly from the '''station web interface'''.  
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The user is able to configure time by either enabling NTP and specifying NTP server, or setting up time manually.
  
One can also initiate calls and operate relay using '''HTTP commands''' from external applications, e.g. a web browser.
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On Master stations with display the configured time is shown on display.
 
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* Select '''SIP Configuration > Time Settings''' from the menu
== Station Web interface ==
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[[File:SIP-Time Trbn.PNG|thumb|left|500px|Time Setting in a Turbine station]]
{{obs|The '''Webcall''' interface is available in '''SIP mode''' only}}
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From the station web interface, select '''Advanced SIP''' > '''Webcall'''.
 
  
[[File:Webcall.PNG|thumb|left|500px|Webcall page]]
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[[File:SIP-Time inca.PNG|thumb|left|500px|Time Setting in an INCA station]]
 
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=== Webcall===
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When '''Enable Network Time Protocol''' is checked, it is required to specify NTP server and set up time-zone.
* '''Call status''': Shows the status of the current call, if any, which is active on the station. Call status is not updated dynamically, to get new call status press "Update call status" button.
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* Setting up time-zone on Turbine requires specifying Region and Zone in accordance IANA time zone database.
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* Setting up time-zone on INCA is done manually by entering data, GMT+ or -, hour and minute.
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* On INCA summer saving time can be configured which offsets time by 1 hour.
  
*Possible call statuses are:
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Optionally one can configure the time manually. Manual time can be configured when NTP settings are disabled. To apply manual time a reboot of the station is required.
**Idle - there is no active call on the station
 
**(Outgoing call) Calling - call is dialed, other station is in private mode and is ringing
 
**In call - call is established and active
 
**(Incoming call) Ringing - there is an incoming call towards the station, and station is in private mode
 
  
*'''Update call status''': Pressing the "Update" button will update the "Call status" label.
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Current time is visible and can be verified on top of Time Settings page.
  
*'''Call to''': Insert a directory number to establish a call to. Call is initiated by pressing the "Place call" button.
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=== Time Settings on Pulse Server ===
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In a Pulse System, it is possible to configure the NTP Settings on the Pulse Server, and the settings will be pushed to all stations registered to the server.  
  
* '''Push to call''': Press the "Place call" button to initiate a call towards directory number from "Call to" field.
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Note that this is applicable for the NTP Settings only. Manual time  Settings on the Pulse Server will not be pushed to stations.
  
* '''Handle current call''': The "Stop" button will terminate currently active call. The "Answer" button will answer incoming ringing call.
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[[File:PulseServer-Time.PNG|thumb|left|500px|Time Setting in the Pulse Server]]
 
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=== Relay ===
 
* '''Update relay status''': The "Update" button will update the Relay status labels. Note that the number of relays/outputs varies for different station types.
 
* '''Relay Id''': Identification of the relay which will be triggered. Valid ID formats are:
 
**relay<N> - where <N> is the relay number which must be in range from 1 to total number of relays available on the station
 
**output<N> - where <N> is the output number which must be in range from 1 to total number of outputs available on the station
 
 
 
* '''Activate relay''': The "Activate" button to activate the relay defined in "Relay Id" field.
 
 
 
* '''Deactivate relay''': The "Deactivate" button to activate the relay defined in "Relay Id" field.
 
 
 
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== HTTP commands ==
 
An intercom station can be controlled from external applications, e.g. a web browser, using HTTP URLs.
 
{{obs|'''HTTP commands''' are supported in '''Pulse''' mode and in '''SIP''' mode}}
 
 
 
=== Call operations ===
 
In the examples below the IP address of the intercom station is 10.5.2.138.
 
 
 
*Call from station with IP 10.5.2.138 to number 122:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?webcall=122&message=Place+call</nowiki>}}
 
 
 
* Cancel the call:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?webcall=122&message=Stop</nowiki>}}
 
 
 
* Answer an incoming call:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?webcall=&message=Answer</nowiki>}}
 
 
 
=== Relay operations ===
 
In the examples below the IP address of the intercom station is 10.5.2.138.
 
 
 
*Activate the relay:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?activate=Activate&username=admin&password=alphaadmin </nowiki>}}
 
 
 
*Deactivate the relay:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?deactivate=Deactivate&username=admin&password=alphaadmin </nowiki>}}
 
 
 
*Activate the relay with a timer (here 1 second):
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?activate=Activate&amp;relaytimer=1&username=admin&password=alphaadmin </nowiki>}}
 
 
 
*Activate the relay with a timer (here 20 seconds):
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?activate=Activate&amp;relaytimer=20&username=admin&password=alphaadmin </nowiki>}}
 
 
 
 
 
As from Turbine firmware 4.7 it is possible to control the 6 outputs of a Turbine device, and also the two relays on a Turbine Extended, and the two relays on [[TA-10|TA-10 unit]]:
 
 
 
* Activate relay 2 (The parameter "relay2" specifies which relay (1-4)):
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?activate=Activate&relaytimer=0&relayId=relay2&username=admin&password=alphaadmin</nowiki> }}
 
 
 
* Deactivate relay 2:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?deactivate=Deactivate&relaytimer=0&relayId=relay2&username=admin&password=alphaadmin</nowiki> }}
 
 
 
* Activate output 4 (The parameter "output4" specifies which output (1-6)):
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?activate=Activate&relaytimer=0&relayId=output4&username=admin&password=alphaadmin</nowiki>}}
 
 
 
* Deactivate output 4:
 
{{code|<nowiki>http://10.5.2.138/goform/zForm_webcall?deactivate=Deactivate&relaytimer=0&relayId=output4&username=admin&password=alphaadmin</nowiki>}}
 
 
 
== Related articles ==
 
* [[Relay Settings (Pulse/SIP)]]
 
  
 
[[Category: SIP intercom - Configuration]]
 
[[Category: SIP intercom - Configuration]]

Latest revision as of 15:42, 13 September 2019

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The user is able to configure time by either enabling NTP and specifying NTP server, or setting up time manually.

On Master stations with display the configured time is shown on display.

  • Select SIP Configuration > Time Settings from the menu
Time Setting in a Turbine station


Time Setting in an INCA station


When Enable Network Time Protocol is checked, it is required to specify NTP server and set up time-zone.

  • Setting up time-zone on Turbine requires specifying Region and Zone in accordance IANA time zone database.
  • Setting up time-zone on INCA is done manually by entering data, GMT+ or -, hour and minute.
  • On INCA summer saving time can be configured which offsets time by 1 hour.

Optionally one can configure the time manually. Manual time can be configured when NTP settings are disabled. To apply manual time a reboot of the station is required.

Current time is visible and can be verified on top of Time Settings page.

Time Settings on Pulse Server

In a Pulse System, it is possible to configure the NTP Settings on the Pulse Server, and the settings will be pushed to all stations registered to the server.

Note that this is applicable for the NTP Settings only. Manual time Settings on the Pulse Server will not be pushed to stations.

Time Setting in the Pulse Server