|Firewall ports required:||LDK/ipLDK – UDP: 5029 iPECS – UDP: 5588|
|Firmware version required:
(for new installations)
|LDK: 3.6 ipLDK: 3.8 iPECS: E.0dy|
|Connection requirements:||LAN Card and 3rd Party TAPI license|
|Other notes:||TAPI License (for LDK/ipLDK: -TAPI-LKEY for iPECS: LIK-TAPI(-S)|
|Directory download:||Extensions (no names)|
The LDK and ipLDK are very similar. The LDK can be upgraded to the ipLDK through firmware. This may require a motherboard change depending on the age of the system. The LDK/ipLDK connect to the LAN via the RJ45 socket on the motherboard. The iPECS connects to the LAN via the network socket on the main unit. The local IP address and other network settings are set through programming.
Go Connect Server Installation Notes
To perform an installation you will need the IP address of the PBX. You will also require a TAPI License on the PBX.
Names are not downloaded during installation. They can be detected during calls. Too many extensions may be downloaded. Remove the extensions that are not relevant and then disable “directory download”. In the event that connection cannot be made to the LG telephone system, no error message is provided. Check all values (in particular IP address of PBX and Tapi license) and try again. To check if a TAPI license is on the PBX, press Trans/PGM and then press 78 (7* on the iPECS). If a digits “2″ appears in the second line of the display (ie .2…6..9….) then you have the license.