System Preferences

This topic describes the preference settings that will be applied globally to Yeastar P-Series PBX System.

Go to PBX Settings > Preferences to configure preferences settings.

Basic preferences

Table 1.
Setting Description
Device Name Set a name for the PBX. The name will be used as the sender name when PBX sends emails out.
Name Display Format Set display format for extension user's name and contact's name.
  • First Name Last Name with Space Inbetween
  • Last Name First Name with Space Inbetween
  • Last Name First Name without Space Inbetween
Max Call Duration (s) Set the global maximum call duration for an active call. When the call duration reaches the limit, the call will be ended. The default value is 10800.
Note: For outbound calls, the Max Call Duration (s) setting of the caller's extension takes precedence.
FXO Mode

Select a mode to set the On Hook Speed, Ringer Impedance, Ringer Threshold, Current Limiting, TIP/RING voltage, adjustment, Minimum Operational Loop Current, and AC Impedance as pre-defined for your country's analog line characteristics.

Tone Region Select your country or the nearest neighboring country to enable the default dial tone, busy tone, and ring tone.
Flash-Hook Event Set which event will be triggered by pressing the hook flash.
  • 3-Way Calling
  • Call Transfer
Virtual Ring Back Tone If enabled, when the caller calls out via cellular trunk, the caller will hear the virtual ring back tone generated by the system before the callee answers the call.

Distinctive Caller ID Name

Table 2.
Setting Description
Display Call Feature Name If enabled, the Caller ID will display the originated name when users receive a call from a ring group, queue, and IVR.
Display DID/DDI Name If enabled, the Caller ID will display the DID name of the source trunk.

DTMF preferences

Table 3.
Setting Description
DTMF Passthrough If enabled, PBX will pass DTMF tones directly to the other end without processing the DTMF tones.
DTMF Duration (ms) Set the duration (in millisecond) of DTMF audio signal sent by the PBX. The default value is 120.
DTMF Gap (ms) Set the interval (in millisecond) between two DTMF audio signals sent by the PBX. The default value is 120.

Extension preferences

Below are default extension ranges. You can change the extension range according to your needs.
Note: PBX treats the followings as extensions. Extension users can dial extension numbers to reach them directly.
Table 4.
Extension Type Default Range
User Extension 1000 - 5999
Parking Extension 6000 - 6099
Group Voicemail Extension 6100 - 6199
IVR Extension 6200 - 6299
Ring Group Extension 6300 - 6399
Queue Extension 6400 - 6499
Conference Extension 6500 - 6599
Paging Extension 6600 - 6699
Account Trunk 6700 - 6799