How to setup multiple stand-alone VTO and VTH devices on a network

George
2020-05-12 21:43

Description

This guide will show how to setup multiple stand alone VTO and VTH devices on a network

In this example a VTO will be designated as the main VTO and also act as the SIP server for the installation

In this example a VTO2000A will act as Main VTO and a VTO2111D will act as Sub VTO

Prerequisites

  • VTO and VTH initialized and set up on network
  • VTO and VTH log in information

The VTO devices should be configured and set up as the first step.

One VTO device will be designated as the Main VTO and any other VTO devices will be a Sub VTO

The Main VTO will also serve as the SIP Server in this setup.

Main VTO Setup

1. Log into the web interface of the VTO by entering the IP

You can find the current IP of the VTO by using VDPConfig from a local computer

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Enter the IP into Internet Explorer

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2. The Device Initialization will appear if this device has not been initialized

Device Initialization Steps:

3. Log into the device by entering the Username and Password and click Login

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4. Click Local Setting

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5. Under Basic settings, confirm the information being used.

In this example we will use the default

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Villa Call No. = 9901

VTO No. = 8001

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6. Now the SIP function must be enabled and configured

Click Network Settings

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7. Click SIP Server

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8. In this example, the VTO device itself will act as the SIP server

To make changes to SIP Server settings, start by unchecking the box next to Enable

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The fields can now be edited

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  • Server Type - VTO
  • IP Address - IP Address of VTO device , in this example 192.168.2.163
  • Port - 5060 - Leave at default
  • SIP Server Username - Username for VTO
  • SIP Server Password - Password for VTO

9. Once all information has been entered, check the box to enable SIP Server

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10. Click 'Save' to save settings

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Sub VTO Setup

1. Log into the web interface of the Sub VTO by entering the IP

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2. Click Network Settings

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3. Click SIP Server

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4. We need to make this VTO act as a sub VTO 

To make this change, checking the box next to Enable

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5.  Change SIP IP address to Main VTO address(SIP server), and save.

6.Sytem will reboot, Once it is back, go to Local Setting, VTO No. should be able to edit now. Change and make it different than Main VTO.   Save

 

 

Note: Your sub VTO need a different IP other than main VTO.  The rest of setting of sub VTO leaves as default.

VTH Setup

1. Power on the VTH

Device Initialization will appear if this device has not been initialized

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  • Password - create a password for the device
  • Confirm Pwd - confirm created password
  • Email - email address used for password recovery

Select OK once all information has been entered

2. A message will confirm successful device initialization

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3. From the Main Menu 'long press' or tap and hold the 'Setting' button for over 6 seconds to enter Advanced Settings

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4. Enter the password for the device and select OK

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5. Network

Confirm the IP information for the VTH device

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6. VTH Config

Tap the field next to 'Room No.' to change the setting

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The VTH Room No. will be the VTO's Villa Call Number with an added '#0'

In this example we will use the VTO's Call No. of 9901 + #0

9901#0

Tap OK once the information has been entered

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7. SIP Server

In this example the VTO has been configured to act as the SIP Server, so the VTO device information will be entered in this section in the highlighted fields

All other fields should be left at their default settings

  • Server IP - IP Address of VTO
  • User Name - User Name for VTO
  • Login Pwd - Password for VTO

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8. Once the information has been entered

Tap the toggle next to 'Enable Status' to On

Tap OK to save settings

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9. VTO Config

Enter the information for the VTO device:

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10. Once the information has been entered

Tap the toggle next to 'Enable Status' to On

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11. A message will pop up to confirm

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12. The VTH is now configured

Tap the Home icon in the top right to return to the Home screen

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13. Once the devices have been both configured properly it can take a few minutes for the devices to complete the connection between the devices

You can monitor the status of the connection by checking the upper right corner of the VTH

This icon will be displayed when there is no active connection to the VTO:

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14. Once the icon has been cleared then the devices should be ready to communicate.

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15. Test a call by pressing the call button on the VTO and you should receive a call at the VTH

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Tags: intercom, VDP, VTH, VTO
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