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titleBase stations

The Integrator/DECT manager automatically recognizes the base stations within the network. Base stations need to be confirmed, activated and synchronized.

titleBase station administration

Use the following web configurator page to assign base stations to the DECT manager.

Settings Base stations Administration

There are two tables:

  1. Connected base stations lists all base stations which are already connected to the DECT manager.
  2. Pending base stations list all base stations which are not yet connected to a DECT manager.

titleConnected base stations
The page shows the connected base stations with the following information:
MAC address

Hardware address of the base station. With this address the device is uniquely
identified within the LAN.

Base station

Name of the base station. When added to the list the MAC address is used as name. The base station located at the same device as the DECT manager is
shown as Local.

The name can be edited


(Radio Fixed Part Number) This number separates the cells in which the base station could reside from each other (maximum 7 cells). It indicates for a
mobile device how many intercell hand overs the base station is able to manage.

DECT manager

Name of DECT manager the base station belongs to.
Currently always: local

FWFirmware version currently installed.
StatusSynchronization status of the base station:

0OfflineNot available

1DeactivatedAvailable but not activated

2No SyncActivated but not synchronized

3SyncActivated and synchronized

4Sync OverloadSynchronized but DECT overload

titlePending base stations

The Pending base stations list shows the automatically recognized DECT base stations in the network that have not yet been registered. To integrate them into your DECT multicell system, they need to be confirmed and activated.
The base stations are identified by their MAC address.

Assigning a base stations to your DECT manager

  • Click on in the row of the base station you want to add to your system . . . the data page for the base station is opened.



The relation to a DECT manager cannot be edited and changed. To assign a base station to another DECT manager:

  • Delete it from the Connected base stations list.
  • Open a connection to the intended DECT manager.
  • Assign the base station from the base stations pending list to the DECT manager.
titleBase stations

IP address type

The IP address type is copied from the setting for the DECT manager on the Network – IP page. You can change the IP address type. The settings for the DECT manager and the base stations do not have to match. For example, the DECT manager could receive a fixed IP address
so that it will always be able to access the web configurator with the same address, while the base stations receive their IP addresses dynamically.

  • Select the desired IP address type from the option menu.

If the IP address type is Static, you have to enter the IP address.

IP address

  • Enter an IP address for the base station.

Reduce TX power by 8dB for external antenna operation

The transmitting power of the external antennas can be reduced. This may be needed in order not to violate emission regulations, in case the device is equipped with external antennas.

  • Click on Yes/No to reduce/not reduce the transmitting power by 8 dB.

Activating/deactivating the base station

A base station must be active to manage the calls of the connected handsets. If it is deactivated, it will no longer connect handsets but it still stays in the list of connected base stations.

  • Select Yes/No to activate/deactivate the base station.

Adding a base station to the Connected Base Stations list

  • Click on Confirm

Delete the base station

  • Click on Delete base station Confirm with Yes . . . the base station is deleted. It is shown in the list of pending base stations again.

Reboot the base station

Click on Reboot base station Confirm with Yes . . . the base station is rebooted. All existing connections managed by the base station are terminated.