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Management Customer [Customer Name]

The first tab in a Customer account is Main. It displays a summary of the Status, Balance, Debit Limit, and current Channels in use.

You can manage contacts, block internal numbers, and view call summaries.

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By clicking the dropdown next to the customer's name, you will be redirected to the selected customer's portal. For more information, see Access Customer Panel.

Audit Log

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Select View Audit Log to see when the customer was created and to view any modifications that are made to the account.

  • User: The user that made the change.
  • IP: From where IP was changed.
  • Date Time: When the change was made.
  • Action: Uses HTTP verbs (Put, Post, Get, Delete) to describe the action taken.
  • Table: Part of the table that was updated.
  • Message: What was done (Update, New, etc.)
  • Data: Click View Difference to see the fields changed, plus previous and current values. (Data displayed in JSON format.)


The Contacts section shows an overview of the contacts associated with the Customer. Each Customer may have an unlimited number of Contacts.

Global Contacts

Contacts can also be modified in Global Contacts, which displays all Customer Contacts.

Add Contact

Click to the right of Contacts.

  • Name: The contact's real name.

  • Email: This is the contact's login and a means to contact them.

  • Phone or Mobile: To contact the contact.

  • Contact Type: This field is only used for informational and organizational purposes; there is no additional function for it.

  • Auto Generate Password: Select this to have a password generated online and sent via email. Deselect the box to enter a password manually.

  • Public Notes: Display on the Customer Portal.

  • Private Notes: Display in the Control Panel.

  • Mobile Verified and Email Verified: Manually set the status for each. Check in the Customer Details to confirm if the Mobile and Email are verified. Alternatively, the customer can do this in the Customer Portal.

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Click Save to add the Contact.

Save Options

  • Save and Continue: Exit the Customer screen
  • Save and Stay: Save the customer, but stay in the screen (helpful when adding multiple Customers at a time)
  • Delay and Save: Select a time to elapse before saving the Customer, delaying the setup or change.


DO NOT save passwords in either of the Contact Details notes fields.

Reset Contact Password

Follow these steps to reset a Contact password:

  1. Click the down arrow to the right of the Contact

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  2. Select Change Password.

  3. Select Auto Generate & Email Password to email the random password to the contact's email address, or deselect it and enter the password manually.
  4. Save.

Access the Customer Portal

It's necessary to view the Customer Portal for issues or questions they may have.

To access the Customer Portal:

  1. Click the down arrow to the right of the Contact

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  2. Choose Portal Login.

This will load the Customer's Portal.

Internal Number Block

Assign an Internal Number Block to define the range of numbers a Customer can use for setting up SIP Extensions (see SIP Authentication for configuration details).

  1. Click next to Internal Number Block.
  2. The next available Number Block is assigned.
  3. Numbers from the assigned range is then available in Customer Auth for IP or SIP users, and in Class5 Conference.

Why Define Internal Number Blocks?

Within each Account are multiple Customers, each will likely have more than one Contact.

SIP Extensions are unique for the Account, not for individual Customers.

Without defined Internal Number Blocks, there is the risk of a Contact attempting to use an extension that's already in use by another Customer or Contact.

With Internal Number Blocks defined, each Customer will have a predetermined list of Usernames to select for SIP Authentication.

Number Range parameters

The Number Range Start and Block Size must be defined under Settings Options before an Internal Number Block can be assigned.


Displays the Summaries of calls in Live (last 24 hours), Daily, and Monthly formats in 24-hour UTC. This data is updated hourly.

You can perform the following functions with this data:

  • Sum and Average: Select multiple cells in a column to get sum and average values (not a true average, but an average of averages).

  • Export Data: Select data from multiple columns and rows, then right-click to Copy, Copy with Headers, or Export.

  • Generate Invoice: Select one or more checkboxes under Action, and then select Generate Invoice in the upper right corner. This will create the invoice based on the Summary time frame (Daily, Weekly, Monthly) which can then be queried by a billing system.

  • Auto Generate Invoice: Select this to generate an invoice based on the settings found in the Customer configuration (Edit Config Invoice Schedule) for any that are missing.

  • Download CDR Report: You now have the option to Download the CDR report in the .csv format. You can download the CDR report as a Daily, Weekly or Monthly time-frame. You just need to click on the download icon Alt text.

Data used for billing

The data found in the Customer Summary section is considered valid for billing purposes. The same data may be found in other parts of the system, but you shouldn't use it for billing.