03/19/19 21:37 PM  

Provisioning | Cyberdata V3 Paging Device as a NightRinger Device

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SummaryRingCentral has 2 provisioning types for your Cyberdata V3 Paging Device. This article describes the steps to provision the Cyberdata V3 paging device as a NightRinger device.

Provisioning | Cyberdata V3 Paging Device as a NightRinger



• Requires a DigitalLine. This means that the device incurs full cost of a DigitalLine.
• Allows utilization of pre-recorded pages.
• Paging device is accessible by anyone who knows the extension or phone number associated with the device.
•  Access to both service.ringcentral.com, and the Cyberdata IP Interface are required to proceed.

1.  Access the Cyberdata IP Interface. The IP address can be retrieved by connecting an analog phone or paging speakers to the Paging server and quickly pressing and releasing the RTFM switch located on the rear of the device. For more information on how log in to your Cyberdata's User Interface, you may visit Cyberdata's Troubleshooter page or Cyberdata's Knowledgebase page

Default Username: admin
Default Password: admin

• In a separate tab or window, Log in as an Administrator to your RingCentral Online Account.

2. Assign the NightRinger device to an extension. This can be done in 2 ways: 

• Assign an existing device to an existing extension.
• Add a new extension and assign the existing device.

3. Go to Phone System > Phones & Devices.

4. Under User Phones select the Line that you will be using to configure the Nightringer function. Click Setup and Provision

5. Select Other Phone, and then click Select under Existing Phone.

6. You will be able to see the Provisioning information needed to configure the Nightringer function of your Cyberdata Paging device.

NOTE:  Select the Outbound Proxy based on the location of your device then copy the SIP settings

User-added image

7. Open the Cyberdata Paging device's User Interface, and then click the Nightringer tab. Insert the following Provisioning information:

Cyberdata UI
RingCentral Provisioning Information
Enable Nightringer
Tick the box for Enable Nightringer.
SIP Server
SIP Domain (Do not include the port assignment on the end)
Remote SIP Port
SIP Domain port assignment
Local SIP Port
automatically set (Default is 5061)
Outbound Proxy
Outbound Proxy (Do not include the port assignment on the end)
Outbound Proxy Port
Outbound Proxy port assignment
User ID
User Name
Authenticate ID
Authorization ID
Authenticate Password
Re-registration Interval
Keep Alive Period
Force Codec Selection
Tick the checkbox for the Force Codec Selection and use PCMU.

Nightringer Configuration

8. Click Save and Reboot to store changes. 


See Also:​
Paging Overview
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