Topic Last Modified: 2010-10-11

Each Location Policy contains the following information:

Emergency Services Enabled

Setting to Yes enables the client for E9-1-1. The client will acquire a location on registration and will include the location information as part of an emergency call.

Location Required

Only used when Emergence Services Enabled is set to Yes.

Setting to No means that the user will not be prompted for a location. Setting to Yes mean that the user will be prompted for a location, but can dismiss the prompt. Setting to Disclaimer means that the user will be prompted for a location, and cannot dismiss the prompt until a location has been entered. In both cases the user can continue to use the client.

The disclaimer text will not appear if a user manually entered a location before being enabled for E9-1-1 and updates to the disclaimer text will not be viewed by users that have already viewed the disclaimer.
Emergency Dial String

The dial string that that signifies that a call is an emergency call. The Emergency Dial String causes the client to include location and callback information with the call.

Emergency Dial String Masks

A semicolon separated list of dial strings to be translated into the specified Emergency Dial String.

PSTN Usage

A string containing the routing path that determines which SIP trunk an emergency call will be routed through.

Notification URI

Specifies the SIP URIs of the security personnel to receive an IM notification when an emergency call is placed.

Conference URI

Specifies the telephone number of the security personnel that should be conferenced in when an emergency call is placed.

Conference Mode

Specifies if the emergency contact will be conferenced into the emergency call using one way or two way communication.