4. Signalling of Operational Statuses

2N Access Unit generates sounds to signal changes and switching of operational statuses. Each status change is assigned a different type of tone. See the table below for the list of signals:

Note

  • Signalling of some of the above mentioned statuses can be modified; refer to the User Sounds subsection.

Tones

Meaning

User activated
This tone signals entering of the user activation code. The activation code is used for user (user’s position) activation. Refer to the Users subsection for the activation code settings.

User deactivated
This tone signals entering of the user deactivation code. The deactivation code is used for user (user’s position) deactivation. Refer to the Users subsection for the deactivation code settings.

Profile activated
This tone signals profile activation. This function helps enable alerting of a user group in an office, for example. Refer to the Profile subsection for the activation code settings.

Profile deactivated
This tone signals profile deactivation. Refer to the Profile subsection for the deactivation code settings.

Internal application launched
The internal application of the 2N Access Unit is launched upon the 2N Access Unit power up or restart. A successful launch is signaled by this tone combination.

Connected to LAN, IP address received
2N® Access Unit logs in upon the internal application launch. A successful LAN login is signalled by this tone combination.

Disconnected from LAN, IP address lost
This tone combination signals UTP cable disconnection from the 2N Access Unit.

Default reset of network parameters
Upon power up, a 30 s timeout is set for the default reset code entering. Refer to the Device Configuration subsection in the 2N Access Unit Installation Manual for details.