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Security | System Details

This tab is accessible when  System is selected in the navigation pane.  

IP Office Security Details

  • Base Configuration

    • Base TCP Port: Default = 50804, Range = 49152 to 65526.
      This is the base TCP port for services provided by IP Office 3.2 systems. It sets the ports on which the IP Office listens for requests to access those services, using its LAN1 IP address. Each service uses a port offset from the base port value. If this value is changed from its default, the Manager application must be set to the same Base TCP Port through its Services Base TCP Port setting (File | Preferences).


Port Used



Base TCP Port


Security Administration

Base TCP Port plus 8.


    • Maximum Service Users: Default = 16.
      This is a fixed value for indication purposes only. This value is the maximum number of Service Users that can be stored in an IP Office system's security settings.

    • Maximum Rights Groups: Default = 8.
      This is a fixed value for indication purposes only. This value is the maximum number of Rights Groups that can be stored in an IP Office system's security settings.

  • System Discovery
    System discovery is the processes used by IP Office applications to locate and list available IP Office systems. The IP Office can be disabled from responding to this process if required. If this is done, access to the IP Office requires its specific IP address to be used.

    • TCP Discovery Active: Default = On.
      TCP is the discovery method used by Manager 5.2 and supported by IP Office 3.2 systems. Selecting TCP Discovery Active allows the IP Office system to respond to those requests.

    • UDP Discovery Active: Default = On.
      UDP is the discovery method used by previous versions of Manager and by other IP Office applications. Selecting UDP Discovery Active allows the IP Office system to respond to those requests.  



































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