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This section covers details of the feature configurable for an IP Office Basic Edition system using IP Office Manager. It is an operating mode of IP Office that support up to 32 analogue trunks and 100 users (100 if using a 3 digit dial plan, 48 is using a 2 digit dial plan).

IP Office Basic Edition

IP Office Basic Edition mode is the default mode assumed by a IP500v2 control unit fitted with a new IP Office A-Law or IP Office U-Law SD card. In addition to analogue trunks, SIP trunks and digital (BRI or PRI) trunks are also supported.

Quick mode itself also operates in either of two system modes; behaving as either a key system or a PBX system. Systems with an Mu-Law SD card default to Key system operation, those with an A-Law SD card default to PBX system operation. However this setting can be changed within the system configuration if required.

Quick mode systems can be changed to IP Office standard mode operation if required. This is done by selecting using IP Office Manager (File | Advanced | Switch to Standard Mode).

IP Office Basic Edition - PARTNER Mode

IP Office Basic Edition - PARTNER Mode is the default mode assumed by a IP500v2 control unit fitted with a new IP Office PARTNER SD card. In addition to analogue trunks, SIP trunks and digital PRI trunks are also supported.

Partner mode can operate as either a key system or a PBX system. By default it uses Key system operation, however this setting can be changed within the system configuration if required.

IP Office Basic Edition - Norstar Mode

IP Office Basic Edition - Norstar Mode mode is the default mode assumed by a IP500v2 control unit fitted with a new IP Office Norstar SD card. In addition to analogue trunks, SIP trunks and digital (BRI or E1 PRI) trunks are also supported.

Norstar mode can operate as either a key system or a PBX system. By default it uses key system operation, however this setting can be changed within the system configuration if required.

 

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