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Getting Started with the Vodia IOP: Part 1
Posted by Danielle Bucella on 04 February 2019 02:35 PM
Vodia, one of the leading developers of enterprise communications solutions, released a full-fledged PBX no bigger than a deck of cards: the Vodia IOP. The device is prebuilt & ready to deploy with a four concurrent call license. It has the ability to license up to 16 concurrent calls. Although the device is quite compact, it can run the complete Vodia PBX software on a state-of-the-art embedded server. Any business can easily & inexpensively run a professional phone system which includes features such as:
The Vodia IOP unites all of these convenient features into a palm-sized unit. Size can be deceiving, though. The IOP is packed with a powerful H2 quad core Cortex-A7 with 512 MB RAM. It is also powered by 5v of power, helping to ensure its the most stable solution on the market.
Setting Up the Device
Finding the IOP Device: In order to find your device, plug in your IOP into your local LAN. Power up the device by using the AC adapter provided in the box.
Next, log into your router and navigate to your DHCP list. You will find the IOP IP address there.
DHCP Reservation: Reserve the IOP IP address on your router to prevent the IP from changing. This is extremely useful when installing the IOP device in either a small or mid-sized office that already has many devices on the LAN.
Accessing the Web GUI & Setting a Password: One of the key features of the Vodia IOP is its web-based administration interface. The Vodia IOP supports Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari. First, begin by logging into your Vodia IOP device. Use the IP address provided by your DHCP. Your user name will be “admin” and no default password will be set at this time.
Upon logging into your device, you will need to assign a new user name & password. You will go to the Security tab and choose General. Under Administration Login, create a user/password for the system. Log out and then sign in with your new credentials.
Configuring Domain System Settings: The Vodia IOP will detect your geolocation automatically, setting up your zip/area code and time zone. To ready the domain for phone provisioning, click on “localhost.”
You can set a name for the domain by going to “Features” and choosing “General Settings.” Add your country code, area code, and a default ANI if your SIP trunk provider has assigned you on. Under emergency number, add 911. Under ANI, you can add the caller ID of your company’s main number. This is extremely useful when an extension calls 911 because the IOP PBX will send the emergency dispatcher that caller ID information.
Next, scroll down to “Provisioning Parameters,” where you will assign a user, password, and pin. This information will be utilized whenever you want to log into a provisioned phone to change settings or troubleshoot a unit. There are a multitude of parameter settings in this section, including:
You will also want to set up SMTP. The Vodia IOP can send out voicemail attachments & other important information about the system. You can set up and change these settings under “General” > “Email” > “Email Setup.” The settings you can change include:
The second part of the “Getting Started” rundown will include creating extensions, configuring desktop phones, and creating SIP trunks. For more information regarding the suite of Vodia products, including the IOP device, contact the 888VoIP Channel Account Managers at 888-864-7786 or by emailing [email protected] Also, visit the Vodia Featured Solutions page for even more information!