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.
Note: 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.