Configure your network settings on the Network Resources screen.
Note – click after all settings have been configured on the Network Resources screen. This will cause the Teo UC server to restart network and call management processes. Calls in progress will be disconnected.
Enter the lan host name, which is the name of the Teo UC server within the LAN network. Teo recommends using a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the host name.
You can AUTOMATICALLY OBTAIN from dhcp, or enter static IP addresses. Teo recommends using static IP addresses for all production deployments.
To enter static IP addresses for the Teo UC server, uncheck AUTOMATICALLY OBTAIN from dhcp. You can then enter the server's IP ADDRESS, DEFAULT GATEWAY ADDRESS, and SUBNET MASK
You can AUTOMATICALLY OBTAIN from dhcp, or enter one to three DNS server addresses. If the IP address is set statically, the DNS server addresses MUST be entered manually.
To manually enter addresses, uncheck AUTOMATICALLY OBTAIN from dhcp. You can then enter DNS server addresses in the primary dns, and optionally the secondary dns and tertiary dns fields.
Enter the domain name for the local network that the server is connected to. Use the domain portion of the Teo UC server's fully qualified domain name.
Under diffserv, select values for the VOICE PACKET DSCP, SIGNALING PACKET DSCP, and the VIDEO PACKET DSCP. These values establish traffic classifications for packet routing within larger networks and are applied to Teo endpoints registered within the Teo UC System.
All have a range of 0 to 63. Default values are:
This option adds static routes for network traffic to specified addresses.
You can either manually enter the current date and time for the system clock, or ENABLE NETWORK TIME PROTOCOL to synchronize the system clock to an external NTP time server.
We recommend that you use an NTP server to set system time. If you choose ENABLE NETWORK TIME PROTOCOL, you can add the NTP server address(es) and the appropriate local time zone for where the UC System is installed.
Email is used to send scheduled reports, voicemails, call recordings, and faxes. You can use the Teo UC server's built-in email server or an external email system.