AT&T Collaborate

AT&T Collaborate – Enhanced Mobile is a Fixed Mobile Convergence solution that provides business, desk phone features on mobile phones. Improve mobile communications with your customers and collaborators by providing your high-definition voice business smartphone users the tools they need when connected to the AT&T VoLTE network.

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AT&T Collaborate quick reference EdgeMarc 250 Integrated Access Device

The EdgeMarc 250® integrated access device converts multiple types of input signals (analog phone, digital phone, and fax) into a common communications format.

The EdgeMarc 250 provides Voice over IP (VoIP) and fax over IP for use with the AT&T CollaborateSM service.

Collaborate is a VoIP system that transports calls over the AT&T IP network rather than over the traditional public switched telephone network.

Features

Use the EdgeMarc 250 to connect analog devices. The EdgeMarc 250 comes with 4 analog foreign exchange subscriber (FXS) ports that support voice, fax, and other data devices such as alarm systems and point of sale (POS) terminals. This device has a local area network (LAN) switch (non-power over ethernet) that you can use to connect up to 7 IP phones. Use one LAN port to connect the EdgeMarc 250 to your LAN.

Manage the EdgeMarc

  1. On the Collaborate homepage, click Select a site or Switch sites, and then search for or select a site.
  2. On the left menu, expand Users, and then click Manage users. The Manage users page appears.
  3. Search for or select the user you want to manage. The manage page for the user appears.
  4. Click Assign devices and apps. The Manage equipment page appears.
  5. Click Manage devices and apps.
  6. Next to the EdgeMarc 250, click Edit. The manage page for the device appears.
  7. Click View and manage profile. The View and manage profile page appears.

View and manage the device profile

  1. On the View and manage profile page, update the following device information:
    • Device description
    • Internet access options
    • Audio codec settings
    • Interdigit timeout interval
    • Other settings and features
  2. To register the device’s location, follow the steps in Manage the Registered Location section.
  3. To make the device a hotline, at the top of the page, click Set up line keys.
    Note: Making this device a hotline means that the device automatically calls a specific number. In this case, the user is typically not a person but a location, such as “Lobby.” For example, when users pick up the lobby phone, they’re automatically connected to the receptionist.
  4. Click Set up hotline.
  5. When you’re prompted to confirm, click OK. The Set up hotline page appears.
  6. Enter a phone number to call automatically, and then click Continue.
  7. In the message, click Reset now.

Manage the Registered Location

  1. Continuing from the Manage equipment page, click Manage registered locations. The Registered Location page appears.
  2. Next to the device make and model, click Edit.
  3. Enter the following information about where the device is physically located:
    • The building number and suffix (the suffix is optional)
    • Street prefix, name, and suffix (the street prefix is optional)
    • City, state, and ZIP Code
      Note that all other fields on this page are optional.
  4. When you’re finished, click Verify address.