Clip routing table + callback, Mobility extension, Ethernet configuration – 2N VoiceBlue MAX v1.1 User Manual

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CLIP routing table + CallBack

The table permanently assigns CLIPs to the extensions to which incoming calls are to
be routed automatically and set the CLIP list for the GMS network for which the
CallBack function is enabled.

GSM number (CLIP) – user identification in a GSM/UMTS network.

AutoDial – enable/disable CLIP routing for the selected CLIP.

Dial to VoIP – enter the VoIP destination number for CLIP routing.

Auto CallBack – enable/disable CallBack for the selected CLIP.

Limit – set the maximum call length (in minutes).


Remember to activate the CallBack mode in the GSM incoming

window for a proper CallBack function.


The maximum count of CLIP routing table records is 96.

Mobility Extension

The table registers the Mobility Extension users.

Name – enter the user name for calling to VoIP.

User – enter the registration user name for VoIP.

Password – enter the registration user password for VoIP.

GSM number (CLIP) – enter the user SIM card CLIP.

Follow me function – enable/disable call forwarding to a mobile user station
(based on CLIP).

SMS at no answer function – enable/disable sending of information SMS on
missed calls.


You are recommended to read the Mobility Extension section on
page carefully before using the Mobility Extension function.

Ethernet configuration

This window helps you configure the Ethernet interface of your gateway.

Use DHCP – enable/disable the DHCP client function in


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IP address – the fixed IP address (v4) of the


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Subnet mask – the subnet mask for the

Ethernet interface.

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Default gateway – The IP gateway IP address (v4) in the Ethernet network.

– primary DNS server.

DNS server1

– secondary DNS server. Used as a back-up when DNS server 1 is

DNS server2
not functional.