- Quick Start
- Server Setup
- User Management
- Telephone Book
- Team Management
- pascom Clients
- Trunk Templates
- Automatic Call Distribution
- Data protection and IT operations in the pascom cloud
- Monitoring via Nagios or Icinga
- Setup Mobile Access via the Internet
- Using a Lancom as a Router
- Subscription Downgrades
- Setup Extensions
- Remove Dialplan Loops
- Function / Service Codes
- Change SIP Header
- Mobile App Energy Optimisation Settings
- Telephone Provisioning via DHCP
- Support & Release Notes
- Developer APIs
Snom DECT System+ Cloud and Self Hosted
Integrate your Snom DECT System with your pascom IP PBX solution.
Snom M700 base stations can be operated in both Single Cell and Multi-Cell deployments and are compatible with pascom cloud, hardware and virtual phone systems. As such the Snom M700 is ideally suited for organisations that require additional work place mobility over multiple floors or across larger company buildings.
|Snom DECT - Single Cell||Snom DECT - Multi-Cell|
|Narrowband (g711, g729, g726)||10||8|
|Wideband (g722), SRTP aktiviert (g722, g711, g729, g726)||5||4|
Add a new DECT Base
Integrate the DECT system into your network.
The MAC address can be found on the base station or on an enclosed memo.
Log in to your pascom System and add a new basestation under > of the type SNOM Dect.
Enter the previously determined MAC address of the DECT system in the Mac address field.
After saving the changes, a job box appears (above). Start the job with a click on the button .
Check the DECT System in the device list and select > . Copy that URL to the clipboard.
Enter the just copied provisioning URL on the DECT System’s Web UI.
Click on and then on .
For the automatic provisioning of Snom DECT systems, a functioning DHCP server is required. Prepare a DHCP Server as described under Telephone provisioning via DHCP.
Connect all required Snom base stations to your network. Once the boot process is completed, base stations will automatically appear in the PBX web UI Gateway list (‘Gateways’ > ‘Gateway list’).
The Status field currently has no relevance and the “plug symbol” warning is normal at this stage.
Configuring Multi-Cell Operation
Should you wish to network multiple Gateways into a multicell DECT system, simply mark and select all the desired Gateways and click Edit. By using the arrow buttons, you can navigate through all your selected Gateways and then edit them as follows:
Under the option, select the value for one of the Gateways and for all other Gateways, select the option .
Add / Assign Handsets
Under > > , select the option
Ìn the next screen, you will be able to configure the device and under the tab you will be able to assign users and / or locations.
|Connected to||Select a Gateway to connect to.||In multicell environments, all Gateways configured as a repeater are automatically hidden.|
|IPEI Number||Enter the handset IPEI number which can be found via the handset menu Settings > Status||The first line of the IPEI number is enough, i.e. everything after the colon (:) symbol does not need to be entered.|
|SIP Options||(Optional Step) It is possible to enter all the SIP peer options as supported by Asterisk||Please refer to Asterisk’s SIP Configuration - Peers and Clients Documentation.|