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CyberData VoIP v3 Paging Server

The CyberData VoIP v3 Paging Server allows a single SIP phone extension to access up to a 100 multicast zones and to connect to an analog overhead paging system. The VoIP paging server is powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) or a power adapter (not included) with a MSRP of $499.


  • Web-based Administration
  • Voice prompting
  • Password-controlled zones
  • Supports 600 Ohm output
  • Page start relay contacts
  • Remote amp fault sensor
  • SIP RFC 3261 compatible
  • Multicast output
  • Two SIP endpoints (one for Night Ringer)
  • DTMF control of zone selection
  • Delayed Page Support
  • Line-In connection for music
  • Line-out connection to support analog Amps



  • Front
  • Back

Quick Setup:

  1. Connect Paging Server to Power source and Network
  2. Find/Change IP: Paging Server uses DHCP by default. CyberData provides a Discovery Utility ( to help locate the device on the network and statically set the IP.
  3. Use Discovery Utility or web browser to connect to the Administration page (Default user: admin, Default password: admin)
  4. Update Firmware: v7.0.0
    1. Download Firmware Update (ZIP):
    2. Unzip file
    3. Apply Update: Upgrade Tab in the Web Administration, Click “Choose File” and locate the extracted firmware file and click “Submit”
    4. Paging Server will reboot when upload is complete

Paging with Lync

Web Administration

  • Home: Allows you to change the Device Name, Username, Password, lists Current Settings and allows for the Import or Export of the Configuration.
  • Device Config: Assign Device’s Multicast Address, Miscellaneous Settings and the Ability to Test Audio, Multicast and Relay.
    Note: Device’s Multicast Address cannot be used for a Paging Group
  • Networking: Static or DHCP IP settings.
  • SIP Config: SIP registration information.
  • Nightringer: Secondary SIP registration information.
  • Fault Detection: Triggers during a fault.
  • PGROUPs Config: Configure Paging Group’s (0-99) Zone Number, Name, Multicast Address, Port, Security Code, TTL and enabled or disable Lineout port. Note: Paging Groups 0-24 (first page) has the Lineout box checked by default, to enable this feature the check had to be removed.
  • Audio Config: Upload custom audio files.
  • Event Config: Send HTTP POST events to a remote server when actions occur.
  • Autoprovisioning: Paging Server get its configuration from a remote server on startup or schedule.
  • Update Firmware: Upgrade Device Firmware.

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