Configuring the Epygi QX IP PBX for use with Leviton
OmniTouch 7 Touchscreens
and Leviton INDSI Door Stations
The Leviton home automation solution, featuring the
powerful OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, can be configured with an Epygi IP PBX
to offer paging and door station control when used with a door station, such as
the Leviton INDS1. Once configured, the solution will offer the following
Calling directly from an OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen to a single device or multiple devices in a ring group, such as phones, door stations or other OmniTouch 7 Touchscreens. If the called device supports video, the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen will see the video from the called device.From the door station, a call can be placed to a group of devices, such as phones, door stations or several OmniTouch 7 Touchscreens. If the called device supports video, the door station video feed will be seen.
On the OmniTouch 7
Touchscreens, the video is seen even prior to answer. Using the keypad from the
device that answered the call, door access can be granted by pressing a
digit(s) to unlock the door control. If the call is answered by the
OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, an activation key is available to operate the
The following components are
Epygi QX IP PBX:
QX200 IP PBX (QX50 and QX2000 are also compatible) software version 6.1.5 or
OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen using software version 1.14 or higher.
the Leviton devices Dealer PC Access using software version 188.8.131.523 or
Omni pro II
using software version 3.14A or higher.
INDS1 Door Station
Configuring the Epygi IP
Since the Epygi has a
built-in firewall and DHCP server, the system has a WAN port as well as a LAN
port. The WAN port can be used to
connect to an existing private network or even to a public network. By default, the WAN port will receive an IP
address if connected to a local network with a DHCP server. The LAN port can be
used as the DHCP server for the network. By default, the LAN DHCP server will
In this configuration guide,
the details provided are for a network that has an existing router that will
also be the DHCP server on the network. The Epygi IP PBX, the Leviton INDS1
door station and the Leviton OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen will all be connected
to have an IP from the network DHCP server. See figure 1 for the network
Figure 1: IP PBX
connected to the network via WAN port, Firewall/Router acting as the DHCP
server to the Epygi, OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, Leviton INDS1 and IP phones
The Epygi IP PBX WAN port
can also be connected directly to the internet and serve as the DHCP server for
the local network (Figure 2). In this case the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, Leviton INDS1, and IP
phones would be connected to the Epygi IP PBX LAN port.
connected to Epygi IP PBX LAN. The Epygi is the Firewall/Router acting as the
DHCP server to the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, Leviton INDS1, and IP phones,
all connected on the Epygi LAN.
To connect to the LAN IP
address of the system (172.30.0.1) you will need to set a static IP address on
your PC to be in the same subnet (e.g. 172.30.0.100):
Using a standard network patch cable, connect
the Epygi WAN to the local network.
Using a second
network patch cable, connect the PC being using to configure the system to the
LAN port of the Epygi.
Change the PC’s
ethernet adapter settings to have a static IP address (e.g. 172.30.0.100) to be
in the same subnet as the Epygi.
Open a browser
and connect to the Epygi LAN using 172.30.0.1.
Enter the default Username (admin) and Password
(19) and click Log In.
-Basic Setup and select System (LAN) to start the System
If needed, change the LAN IP address or leave at
the default of 172.30.0.1 and enable the DHCP server to provide IP addresses on
the LAN. Enabling the DHCP server would be needed for the optional
8. Click Finish to begin making the changes and
initializing the rollback feature. When
complete a Confirm Settings page will appear- click on Ok. If you changed the
IP address of the LAN port, you will not see the confirmation page until you
reconnect using the new IP. You have 20
minutes to confirm the settings or it will roll back to the previous settings
configuring the WAN IP you can check to see if the system has already received
an IP by going to the Status – System Status – Network menu. The settings displayed may be helpful before
proceeding to the next steps of assigning a static IP. Click Setup
-Basic Setup and select Internet (WAN) to start the Internet Configuration Wizard.
the system WAN port to a static IP address, subnet mask and default gateway.
The fixed name server (DNS server) is only needed if a DNS server is available
for the network.
Finish to finalize the changes.
this point you would be able to login to the Epygi by connecting via the WAN or
LAN IP address after resetting your PC adapter connection settings back to
For using the optional configuration (figure 2),
go to Interfaces, IP Lines, IP Line Settings and change the setting “Configure IP phones from:”, set to LAN. Pressing Save
will require a reboot of the unit to update this setting. Changing this setting will allow the Epygi to
provide the proper interface IP address to the devices being configured by the
Add Extensions for IP phones, Touchscreens
and Door Stations
– Extensions and press Save to leave at the default of three-digit
extension numbering. Extensions can be
deleted and re-added later if needed. The extensions management page is shown (Figure 3). Each
extension has been assigned to either an FXS port or an IP Line. The IP phones, Touchscreens and door stations
will be configured to the extensions with the IP Lines. If needed, an IP Line can be re-assigned from
one extension to another extension. In the example below, if extension 102 will
be used for a door station the Attached Line will need to be changed from FXS 1
to an IP Line.
Check the box
beside all of the extensions that will be used (touchscreens, IP phones, door
stations) and click Edit.
Figure 3: Extensions
Click on Codec
Settings and put a check beside the modify
fields, G.711u, G.729a and H.264 and press Save.
4: Codecs page
Check the box
beside the first extension to be configured (e.g. ext. 103) and click Edit.
In the General
Settings enter the desired Display Name (e.g. Touchscreen1) and
press Save. The Display Name will be used for Caller Id purposes.
It is not necessary to reboot the phone now.
To configure the
SIP registration settings for the IP phones, touchscreens and door stations:
From the Edit
extension, General Settings click on Go to Line Settings to
configure the SIP settings for the device.
Set the Phone
Model to Other for touchscreens and door stations.
For supported IP
Phones, choose the Phone Model from the dropdown and enter the MAC
Address of the IP Phone.
Enter the device
SIP Registration Username. You
can use the default or set your own.
Registration Password by creating your own or preferably, click on Generate
Password and select one. CRITICAL NOTE: Make a note of the Username and Password as they will be
needed when configuring the touchscreen and door stations.
For IP phones,
reset the phone to factory default to complete the configuration.
Repeat the above
listed steps for each IP phone, touchscreen and door station that will be
connecting to the Epygi IP PBX.
Create a Ring Group
Dashboard menu click Extensions, Extensions to go to the Extensions
and add a new extension number (e.g. extension 400), leave the Type set
to User Extension. Press Save. In the General Settings enter the Display
Name of Ring Group (or other desired name), and click Save. Press Go
Back to return to the General Settings.
Click Go To
User Settings and then select Caller ID Services. Click Any Address and then select Many
Extension Ringing to define the ring group.
Check the boxes
beside each extension (IP Phones and Touchscreens) that will be included in the
ring group and click Enable/Disable. Click Enable Service and
press Save to activate the MER option. CRITICAL NOTE: DO
NOT CHECK THE BOXES FOR ANY DOOR STATIONS.
Figure 5: Caller ID Based
Create a Paging Group
Dashboard menu click Extensions, Extensions to go to the Extensions Management
and add a new extension number (e.g. ext. 401), set the Type to Paging
Group. Press Save. In the General Settings enter the Display
Name of Paging Group (or other desired name), and click Save.
Click on Edit
Paging Group and put a check beside each of the extensions to be paged and
click Enable. CRITICAL NOTE: DO NOT CHECK THE BOXES FOR ANY
Figure 6: Paging Group of
Extension # page