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THIS WIKI HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR VERSION 13 OF YOUR PBX GUI

Note

This wiki is for the standard Pin Sets module. For the commercial version, see PIN Set Pro-Admin Guide. 

Overview

PIN Sets are used to manage lists of PINs (numerical passwords) that can be used to access restricted features such as outbound routes. The PIN can also be added to the CDR record's "accountcode" field.

Logging In

  • In the top menu go to Settings
  • In the drop-down menu go to PIN Sets

Creating a PIN Set

In the PIN Sets home screen, click the Add PIN Sets button.

PIN Set Description

A description of the PIN Set to help you identify it. (Max 50 characters)

Record in CDR

Yes/No: Whether to record the PIN in the call detail records. If Yes, PIN numbers dialed will be recorded in CDRs so you can view them in the CDR Reports module.

PIN List

A list of one or more PINs. Enter one PIN per line.

Save

Click the Submit button, then click the Apply Config button.

Your new PIN Set will show up in the list on the module's home screen.

In our example, we have created a PIN Set that we will use in conjunction with an international outbound route.

Linking a PIN Set to an Outbound Route

Now that you have created a PIN Set, you can link it to an outbound route. This wiki assumes you have created an outbound route. For more information on outbound routes, please see the Outbound Routes Module User Guide.

Navigate to the Outbound Routes module:

  • In the top menu go to Connectivity
  • In the drop-down menu go to Outbound Routes

Click the edit button  for the outbound route you wish to edit.

In our example, we will edit our SIPStation International route.

Click the Additional Settings tab for the route.

Look for the PIN Set option. The default is None. Select a PIN Set from the drop-down menu.

In our example, we will choose our International Route PIN Set.

Click the Submit button, then click the Apply Config button.

Now, any time someone dials out via this outbound route, the system will prompt the user to enter a PIN number. The system will match the entered PIN against this PIN Set. If it does not match, the call will not be completed, and the user will be prompted to enter a PIN again.

Editing a PIN Set

From the module home screen, click the edit button for the PIN Set you wish to edit.

When finished making changes, click the Submit button, and then click the Apply Config button.

Deleting a PIN Set

From the module home screen, click the trash button for the PIN Set you wish to edit. Or, if already viewing the PIN Set, click the Delete button.

Click the Apply Config button.

Note that any outbound routes that were using the deleted PIN Set will no longer use a PIN Set.

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