If your camera is connected to a network or to ISDN, you can call your camera from any SIP phone (for Voice over IP, short VoIP telephony) or from a regular telephone.
You can then remote-control the camera using the phone's touchtone keys. The telephone must support tone (Dial Tone Multi-Frequency) dialing, sometimes also called touchtone dialing. If you are using VoIP telephony and a SIP provider, this provider also has to support DTMF dial tones (for further information, see the VoIP Settings help page).
|Note:||This feature is not available for Web and Basic models.|
In order for the camera to answer VoIP and ISDN phone calls, you need to set the corresponding options in the Phone Call-In dialog first.
Among other parameters, you can set the phone number (MSN) to which the camera will answer in this dialog. In addition, you can select a message that the camera plays when answering a call.
Select if and how you would like to allow voice phone calls (from a normal phone and from VoIP phones) to the camera.
If the VoIP options are not shown, you need to activate VoIP in the VoIP Settings dialog and enter the desired settings.
Normally, three MSNs (Multiple Subscriber Number) are assigned to every ISDN network termination. By its factory default settings, the camera will answer to every MSN that is called on the ISDN S0 bus.
The camera software can assist you in finding and entering the MSN. Call your camera and reload this dialog or re-open it by clicking on this link: Phone Call-In. The last MSN called is displayed and you can copy it to the text box.
|Accepted Phone Numbers or SIP Addresses||
The camera can be configured to either react to all incoming calls (not recommended) or only to the phone numbers and SIP addresses entered here.
In order to create a list of accepted telephone numbers, enter the accepted phone numbers and SIP addresses in the text box, one per line.
The camera software can assist you in finding and entering the phone numbers and SIP addresses. Call your camera and reload this dialog or re-open it by clicking on this link: Phone Call-In. The last calling phone number or SIP address is displayed and you can copy it to the text box by clicking on the corresponding button.
|Welcome Message||Select one of the audio messages that have been stored using the Manage Audio Messages dialog. The camera will play this message upon every call.|
|PIN||Enter a Personal Identification Number to avoid unauthorized access to your camera. If you have set a PIN, every caller needs to enter this number using the telephone keys. This will only work if you call from a phone that supports tone dialing (DTMF). If you are using VoIP telephony and a SIP provider, make sure that this provider also supports DTMF dial tones, since you will not be able to access the camera otherwise.|
|Audio Mode||Select the audio mode to be activated after calling the camera:
|Intercom Settings||The Intercom audio mode simulates an intercom device. To minimize distortions, the camera's microphone is deactivated while you speak.
|Hangup Call After||The maximum connection time before it is terminated.|
After successfully connecting to the camera, you can send the last event image via e-mail by pressing "5" on your telephone's keyboard.
Select the e-mail profile you would like to use for sending. You can select any of the profiles created in the E-Mail Profiles dialog.
|Dial-out Profile||Select the dial-out profile which the camera will use for dialing into the Internet when you press the "2" phone key. To close the connection, press the "2" key on the phone again.|
|Dial-out Idle Time||
Select the time after which the camera will disconnect an existing ISDN Internet connection when no traffic is detected.
If you have activated calls into the camera via telephone, anybody can call the camera. To avoid unauthorized access to the camera, it is recommended to restrict the access:
Klicken Sie auf Setzen, um die Einstellungen zu aktivieren und bis zum nächsten Neustart der Kamera zu sichern.
Beenden Sie den Dialog durch Klick auf Schließen. Hierbei wird geprüft, ob Änderungen der Gesamtkonfiguration vorliegen. Ist dies der Fall, werden Sie gefragt, ob die Gesamtkonfiguration dauerhaft gesichert werden soll.
When using the VoIP/ISDN interfaces of the camera, the MOBOTIX camera's LED signal the following information, if the settings in the LED Setup dialog has been set to the default settings.
LED Signals When in VoIP/ISDN Mode:
If a voice connection has been established via the VoIP (SIP) or ISDN interfaces, the LEDs signal the following:
Once you have successfully called the camera, it switches to the audio mode set in this dialog. If you have selected "Listen", for example, you can now listen to what the camera microphone is recording.
Using the keys of a telephone that supports tone dialing, you can send the commands of the main menu to the camera:
|1||Announce camera information:
Controls dial-out connections.If a dial-out connection has been defined in the ISDN Data Connections > Dial-Out Connections dialog and this connection has been set as Default Route, you can use this key to establish a connection to the Internet and to close this connection again.
Controls camera arming.Pressing this key will toggle the arming switch configured in General Event Settings and will switch between Enable and Off.
Note: Arming can also be controlled using a Time Table profile.
|4||Announce the camera's date and time.|
|5||Send an e-mail with the latest event image as attachment.
The e-mail is sent to the profile you defined for this purpose.
|6||Trigger the User Click (UC) event.|
|7||Switch to Listen audio mode.
You can hear what the camera microphone is recording. While doing so, the camera's speaker is deactivated.
|8||Switch to Speak audio mode.
You can make an announcement using the camera's built-in speaker. While doing so, the camera's microphone is deactivated.
|9||Switch to Intercom audio mode.
The camera simulates an intercom device. To minimize distortions the camera's microphone is muted when you speak.
|0||Switches to the Enhanced Signal Out Options menu.|
2 seconds on
60 seconds on
2 seconds off
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State of the signal output