**IMPORTANT NOTE: IP Commander, used in conjunction with the Communicator, is a standalone SIP phone, and not a VoIP service. A IP-PBX/SIP server connection or subscription with a SIP-based VoIP provider is required to make or receive calls with IP Commander for iOS.
IP Commander for iOS enables you make and receive HD voice calls from your home or office. Dialing from address book on the iPad is a breeze. And you can add phone numbers and contacts from the IP Commander call logs to your iPad address book. IP Commander simplifies calling family, friends and business associates while providing convenient call management features such as programmable buttons, forwarding, three way calling, customizable music on hold, etc.
iDevices Supported : iPad, iPad2, and the new iPad.
This version is only compatible with iOS 5 and iOS 6.
Audio Path Control:
To enable IP Commander on your Communicator, navigate to the Audio System Control panel in the app while your iPad is connected and turn on Enable Commander and set the Audio System Control preference to Commander.
Audio/Voice connection can go thru both Bluetooth™ or 30-pin connector to Communicator dock.
Supported Audio Interfaces:
Headset port with microphone
Wide band Handset
Supported Phone Features:
Single account support for any SIP-compliant service or IPPBX server
Multi-tasking support for background operation, such as fielding incoming calls or talking on a call while using other applications on your iPad.
Call display and voicemail message waiting indicator
Speakerphone, mute and hold operation and indication
Call history – list of received, missed and dialed calls
Uses iPad Contact List
Ringtones and contact avatars
Multiple call support : swap among calls, merge calls and transfer calls
Call forwarding : Always forward, Busy forward, No answer forward
and Do not disturb (DND) forward
Voice Mail function
Programmable Dial plan support
Phone lock / unlock
Sound quality : Noise reduction, Gain Control and VAD (Voice Activation Detection) , AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancelation)
Audio codecs include G.722 (HD), G.711, and G.729
Support for DTMF: the ability to enter numbers in PBX, IVR or an Auto-attendant via RFC 2833, SIP INFO or in-band method
Quality of Service: ToS Marking and DSCP (Differentiated Services Code Point)
NAT Traversal: configurable STUN and SIP ping clients, DNS SRV support
Security and Encryption: TLS and SRTP