Set the HTTP request to open the door, activate the network relay or send commands to other devices via the 2N® SIP Mic console. See the example below showing how to set the 2N® IP Verso switch activating HTTP command.
Suppose there is a 2N® IP Verso installation at the main entrance to your premises and calling to 2N® SIP Mic is configured for one of its buttons. Press the button to set up an incoming call to 2N® SIP Mic. The operating staff will answer the call and open the door for the caller. Typically, the door is opened by the DTMF code. 2N® SIP Mic, however, is not equipped with a keypad for the code to be entered. Therefore, configure the HTTP command for a button and press the button to send the command to 2N® IP Verso for door lock relay activation.
To set the HTTP command, go to the 2N® SIP Mic configuration and open the button menu. Select one of the buttons, activate it with a switch and click edit to open the following dialogue window.