MXIE: Download the installer from the web page of your MX which is provided by your system administrator.
Windows XP (SP2), Vista, 7, 8, 10, MacOS 10.6 through 10.13, Linux CentOS 6.4
Windows Terminal Server (Microsoft Remote Desktop) (All functions except Softphone audio and TAPI)
Other terminal services such as Citrix, etc. have not been tested. They are likely to work but are not officially supported
Windows: Download and install the appropriate print driver from the web page of your MX.
MX version 12 and earlier only: Troubleshooting Installer was interrupted before Zultys Fax Printer could be installed(Windows 7, 8 and 10)
In some cases you may see this notification, which is the result of Microsoft patch KB3072630 and only affects the ,installation of the driver.
Once the print driver is installed it will work correctly.
- Launch “regedit”
- Locate and click the following subkey in the registry:
- Note: If this subkey does not exist, create it.
- In the ‘Edit’ menu, point to ‘New’, and then click ‘DWORD Value’.
- For the DWORD name, type “RemappedElevatedProxiesPolicy”, and then press ‘Enter’.
- Right-click “RemappedElevatedProxiesPolicy”, and then click ‘Modify’.
- In the ‘Value’ data box, type 1, and then click ‘OK’.
- Install Zultys Fax Driver
- After the application installs successfully, reset the RemappedElevatedProxiesPolicy’ DWORD value to “0” to re-enable the security fix for KB 3072630.
Macintosh: The print driver is already installed with MXIE but it must be configured on the Mac Configure (one time only).
- Select Print from application’s File menu.
- Click on PDF drop down, then Edit Menu command.
- From Printing Workflows dialog, press + icon.
- Browse to Zultys folder in Applications. Choose ‘Fax with MXIE‘.
Usage Windows and Macintosh:
- Select Print from application’s File menu.
- Click on Printers (Windows) or PDF drop down (Macintosh) and choose ‘Fax with MXIE‘ (Macintosh) or “Zultys FAX” (Windows)
- MXIE Fax Wizard will then be displayed allowing user to input recipient details and related information.
Note: make sure the resolution setting is Fine (not normal) for high quality
For best quality of fax image, when printing a Fax, be sure the Resolution on the Format screen is set to Fine (not Normal). To permanently set the resolution, follow the instructions below.
- Open Devices and Printers from the Start button
- Right click on the Zultys FAX device and select Printer Properties (not Printing Preferences)
- Click on the Preferences… button in Zultys Fax Properties window
- Make the settings the way you want
- Force FAX resolution check the box for Create faxable image and click the radio button for 201×196 DPI
- Graphic Resolution can be changed as well to Fine 201×196 DPI. Note it is possible to set this higher which may improve the FAX quality but it will greatly increase the length of time it take s to send the FAX.
- Click Apply button in Zultys Fax Printing Preferences
- Click OK button in Zultys Fax Printing Preferences
- Click OK button in Zultys Fax Properties window
- RJ9 (33i, ZIP 35i, ZIP 33G, ZIP 36G, ZIP 37G, ZIP 43G, ZIP 47G, and ZIP 49G)
- USB (ZIP 47G and ZIP 49G)
- Bluetooth (ZIP 47G and ZIP 49G)
- Plantronics: CS60, CS70, CS500 series, Savi W700 series, Voyager Pro w/adapter, Voyager Legend w/adapter.
- Jabra: PRO 9400 Series, GO 6470, PRO 920, GN9350e, GN9330e, GN9120 EHS
- ZIP 35i, ZIP 36G, ZIP 37G, ZIP 43G, ZIP 47G phones using RJ9 jacks support EHS with the optional Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter.
- ZIP 47G. also supports Bluetooth headsets with EHS with the optional Bluetooth adapter and USB headsets (see compatibility guide).
- ZIP 49G phone supports EHS using built in support for Bluetooth headsets and USB headsets (see compatibility guide).
- Plantronics headsets such as CS500 series that don’t include USB connectivity can use the Plantronics APU-75 EHS cable to connect to the USB port instead.
- ZIP 59i. Check Plantronics and Jabra web sites for compatible headsets. Built-in support for Bluetooth headsets.
- Note the ZIP 33i and ZIP 33G phones don’t support EHS.
SOFTPHONESZAC/MXIE softphone no EHS: Call control takes place from ZAC/MXIE.
- Softphone headset compatibility is based on compatibility with your PC or Mac. ZAC/MXIE softphone utilizes the native PC or Mac audio drivers. You can connect virtually any headset to the computer and be able to answer calls directly from the ZAC/MXIE application.
- USB headsets generally provide better quality than analog headsets plugged into computer audio jacks. Some headsets support very high quality audio with terms like WB (wide band) or HD (high definition) and may include noise cancelling features.
- Bluetooth headsets will work but audio quality depends on the capabilities of the headset and Bluetooth radios in the computer. Plantronics Voyager Pro HD and Plantronics SAVI W440 are examples of high quality Bluetooth headsets. Plantronics also sells the BT300 adapter for computers that lack high quality Bluetooth radios. Most Windows computers don’t include the high quality Bluetooth radios but most Macintosh computers do.
- If callers report they hear an echo when talking to you, go to the computer Control Panels/System Preferences and reduce the sound input or output level until the echo goes away. This is usually a very small adjustment.
- Connect Plantronics headset
- Open ZAC and Bind to Internal Softphone
- Go to ellipsis (…)/Settings
- Click on the Softphone icon and select Plantronics device
- This integration requires installing the driver software that can be found on your MX software download page where it is called Plantronics SKD Lite. Installation instructions (MXIE for Windows only)
- Download and install the Plantronics Spokes/SDK Lite software with MXIE NOT running
- Connect Plantronics headset
- Open MXIE and Bind to Internal Softphone
- Open MXIE Preferences/Softphone/Audio Parameters and select Plantronics device
|49G||RJ9/USB/Bluetooth||Plantronics EHS APU-75 Cable to USB, USB and Bluetooth|
|47G||RJ9/USB/Bluetooth||Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter, USB, and Bluetooth|
|43G||RJ9||Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter|
|37G||RJ9||Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter|
|36G||RJ9||Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter|
|35i||RJ9||Zultys EHS 3xi Adapter|
|59i||RJ9/Bluetooth||EHS built in and Bluetooth|
|ZAC Softphone Windows & Macintosh||USB/Bluetooth||Plantronics headsets that support the newer HUB architecture. The Plantronics driver is built-in.|
|MXIE Softphone Windows Only||USB/Bluetooth||Select Plantronics with SDK Lite software headsets that support the older Plantronics Spokes architecture. Savi W710 and W740 have been tested. Download Plantronics SDK Lite from MX’s web page.|
An action is needed such as picking up the handset or pressing the Speaker button on the phone or pressing the SEND key (like on a cell phone)
By default, ZIP3 phones are configured to use distinctive ringing so users may differentiate between an internal and an external call. A side effect of that is that the Common Ring Tone option available from the Telephone UI will not have any impact on the ring tone played when a call is received.
This setting can be changed by your system administrator. This is usually set the same way for all phones for a consistent experience.
Yes, we support QoS ToS/Diffserv SIP DSCP and RTP DSCP.
Yes, we support PoE 802.3af (low power). Works with but does not require PoE+.
Yes, we support VLAN Class of Service (CoS) per port.
Yes, we support LLDP.
8KHz, 8 bit mono, CCITT u-Law wav format (Auto Attendants and Call Groups, Music on Hold)
8KHZ 16 bit, mono, PCM encoded wav format (Voice Mail Greetings)
Transfer – Blind: [Transfer] [Number] [Transfer]
Transfer – Supervised: [Transfer] [Number] [Send], announce call, [Transfer]. To cancel transfer, press [X] then press flashing line key to retrieve original call
Conference – Phone-based 3 Party conference – Press [Conference] while on call, enter number then press [Send], wait until call is answered then press [Conference]
Zultys is generally agnostic regarding brands and models of switches and routers.
- We do recommend switches that provide Power over Ethernet (PoE) as it simplifies cabling and makes it easy to deploy a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). All of our phones support the 802.3af standard for PoE. PoE+ also works but is not required.We can suggest what to avoid.
- Avoid consumer-class / home-class routers with built-in WiFi unless it is for very small installations, as these often don’t have full control of all functions like disabling SIP inspection / ALG / SIP Fixup, etc. Enterprise class network equipment will provide the ability to control these are other features such as VLAN, QoS, LLDP, etc.Firewalls/Routers. Note:Zultys generally does not guarantee or support network equipment. These are suggestions and settings that our users have found helpful.
- Edgewater Networks. https://edgewaternetworks.com/Firewalls/Routers – Known issues with suggested fixes
- Cable Modem Internet Service Providers
- Comcast. It is difficult to get Comcast to turn off ALG. The best solution is to get a local router that you can turn OFF ALG and have Comcast set their cable modem to “Bridge Mode” or “Pass through Mode” which will turn off ALG. Your local router will provide protection to your network. See notes below for disabling ALG.
- Alternatively, many providers will let you buy your own cable modem and firewall/router where you can control all the settings including ALG.
- AT&T UVerse. They can turn off ALG but it will take persistence to the right person at AT&T UVerse support to do it. Alternatively, they are able to set their device to “Bridge Mode”. Your local router will provide protection to your network. See notes below for disabling ALG.
- Fortinet/FortiGate SIP ALG is turned on by default which causes problems.
- Open the Fortigate CLI from the dashboard.
- Enter the following commands in FortiGate’s CLI:
- config system settings
- set sip-helper disable
- set sip-nat-trace disable
- set default-voip-alg-mode kernel-helper-based
- reboot the device
- Reopen CLI and enter the following commands – do not enter the text after //:
- config system session-helper
- show //locate the SIP entry, usually 12, but can vary.
- delete 12 //or the number that you identified from the previous command.
- Disable RTP processing as follows:
- config voip profile
- edit default
- config sip
- set rtp disable
There might be other settings that you need to configure depending on the FortiOS version that you are using. If you continue encountering issues related to SIP ALG, please contact Fortinet Support
- Belkin SIP ALG is turned on by default and must be turned off
- MicroTik http://support.clouditsp.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/78/0/how-to-disable-sip-alg-on-a-mikrotik
- SonicWall: Set Consistent NAT on, turn off SIP ALG/SIP Transformation
- Cisco ASA:
- policy-map global_policy
- class inspection_default
- no inspect sip
- Netgear: http://www.netgear.com Specifically the FVS318G2 firmware version 4.x supports disabling SIP ALG
- Netgear (other) SIP ALG is turned on by default and must be turned off