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indoor_monitor:feature_guides:how_to_configure_ivr_in_indoor_monitor [2019/03/05 16:13] (current)
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 +====== How to configure IVR ====== ​
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 +\\ <ff sans-serif><​fs medium>​**IVR (Interactive Voice Response)** is supported in linux indoor monitors.
 +When any incoming calls is rejected, the indoor monitors will play a fixed short audio file to 3rd party caller for response.</​fs></​ff>​
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 +\\ <ff sans-serif><​fs medium>​**For how to configure:​**</​fs></​ff>​
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 +\\ {{ :​2.indoor_monitor:​feature_guides:​ivr_in_indoor_monitors.png?​nolink&​650* |IVR}}
 +\\ <ff sans-serif><​fs medium>​In the device main interface, go to **DND settings** interface to configure.
 +\\ Tick the “DND status” first, and then tick “IVR” to enable the feature.</​fs></​ff>​
  
 +<note tip><​ff sans-serif><​fs medium>​\\ 1. Only in DND mode, the IVR feature can be available. ​
 +\\ 2. The audio file for IVR is fixed, and it can not be changed.</​fs></​ff></​note>​