AddPac AP-IP120 Installation guide

AP-IP120 IP Phone
[Installation and Operation Guide]
March, 2009
AddPac Technology Co., Ltd.
www.addpac.com
AP-IP120 IP Phone Installation Guide Version 1.0
AP-IP120 IP Phone
Note.
The specifications and information in this guide are subject to change without notice. All statements, information, and
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implied. In no event shall AddPac or its suppliers disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation,
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[Contents]
Getting into AP-IP120 IP Phone Installation Guide ..................................................................... 13
Chapter 1.
Product Overview ............................................................................ 15
Product Overview ........................................................................................................................... 15
Hardware Features ......................................................................................................................... 18
Software Features .......................................................................................................................... 19
Physical Description-Front View .................................................................................................. 21
Physical Description-Rear View ................................................................................................... 23
Chapter 2.
Preparing for Installation ................................................................ 24
Installation Requirement ............................................................................................................... 24
Electrical Requirement .................................................................................................................. 24
Site Requirements .......................................................................................................................... 25
Requirements for Network Connection ....................................................................................... 26
Package Contents .......................................................................................................................... 27
Chapter 3.
Installing........................................................................................... 28
Connecting Ethernet ...................................................................................................................... 28
Connecting PSTN Line (FXO-Optional) ........................................................................................ 30
Connecting Analog Phone Line (FXS) ....................................................................................... 31
Connecting Audio-In/Out Interface............................................................................................... 32
Using the Dial Pad Buttons ........................................................................................................... 33
Using Call/Cancel Button on the Keypad .................................................................................... 34
Using the Soft-key Interworking with SSCP ................................................................................ 36
Chapter 4.
Using AP-IP120 ................................................................................ 40
Default Screen ................................................................................................................................ 40
Phone Book Menu Category ......................................................................................................... 41
Phonebook – Search……………………………………………………………………………………...42
Phone Book – Registration ............................................................................................................44
Phonebook – Speed Dial ................................................................................................................46
Phonebook – Group………………………………………………………………………………………48
Phonebook – Button List................................................................................................................50
Phonebook – Button Profile ...........................................................................................................52
Tool Box Menu Category ............................................................................................................... 56
Tool Box – Date & Time ………………………………………………………………………………….57
Tool Box – Language…………………………………………………………………………………….59
Tool Box – Factory Default .............................................................................................................60
ToolBox – Save All………………………………………………………………………………………...61
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Tool Box – Ring Setup ................................................................................................................... 62
Tool Box – Auto Upgrade ...............................................................................................................66
ToolBox-User Loc ……………………….………………………………………………………………69
Tool Box-Version Info…………………………………………………………………………………….74
Network Setup Menu Category ..................................................................................................... 76
Network Setup – Internet ............................................................................................................... 77
Internet – IPv4 Setting…………………………………………………………………………………....77
IPv4 Setting– DHCP………………………………………………………………………………………79
IPv4 Setting – Static IP……………………………………………………………………………………80
IPv4 Setting – PPPoE ……………………………………………………………………………………82
Network Setup– LAN……………………………………………………………………………………..84
Network Setup– VoIP Setup ...........................................................................................................87
VoIP Setup – Signaling Setup ........................................................................................................88
Signaling Setup – SIP Protocol......................................................................................................89
VoIP Setup– QoS…………………………………………………………………………………………..91
VoIP Setup–SIP Options…………………………………………………………………………………93
VoIP Setup– PSTN Prefix ................................................................................................................97
VoIP Setup– Phone Number ...........................................................................................................98
VoIP Setup – Area Code………………………………………………………………………………..99
Network Setup – SSCP (Smart Service Control Protocol) ....................................................... 100
Network Setup– Presence ........................................................................................................... 102
Network Setup – Service ............................................................................................................. 105
Network Setup – Status…………………………………………………………………………………107
Applications Menu Category........................................................................................................110
Applications – Message Box ....................................................................................................... 111
Write SMS………………………………………………………………………………………………….113
InBox……………………………………………………………………………………………………….114
Saved
…………………………………………………………………………………………….116
Sent………………………………………………………………………………………………………..117
Application – Voice Mail Box ....................................................................................................... 118
Applications – Conference .......................................................................................................... 120
System Setup Menu Category .................................................................................................... 122
System Setup – Display Name .................................................................................................... 123
System Setup – Volume Control ................................................................................................. 124
System Setup – Forward Setup (SIP) ......................................................................................... 126
System Setup – Forward Setup (SSCP) ..................................................................................... 128
System Setup – Call Wait Setup (SSCP) .................................................................................... 131
System Configuration – DND(Do Not Disturb) Setup ............................................................... 133
System Setup – My Number ........................................................................................................ 136
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System Setup – Voice Class Codec ........................................................................................... 138
System Setup – Auto Answer ..................................................................................................... 141
System Setup – Hook…………………………………………………………………………………...144
System Setup – Emergency ........................................................................................................ 146
Chapter 5.
Additional Features for FXO ............................................................................... 148
Forward Setup (SIP)……………………………………………………………………………………..148
Call Waiting (SIP)………………………………………………………………………………………...150
Chapter 6.
Testing Operation ................................................................................................. 152
Booting Procedure and Operating Bases.................................................................................. 152
Using HyperTerminal for the Console Terminal ........................................................................ 153
Using APOS Commands ............................................................................................................. 157
General User Mode Commands .................................................................................................. 158
Management Mode Commands .................................................................................................. 159
Basic Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 161
Configuring Password………………………………………………………………........................161
Configuring Host Name…………………………………………………………………………………161
User Administration……………………………………………………………………………………..161
Configuring FXS/FXO Port .......................................................................................................... 163
Chapter 7.
Emergency Recovery .................................................................... 166
Entering the mode of Boot Loader ............................................................................................. 167
Initialize APOS Settings ............................................................................................................... 168
Downloading APOS Image File in Boot Loader Mode .............................................................. 169
Chapter 8.
Appendix ........................................................................................ 170
Acronyms and Glossary .............................................................................................................. 172
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[Figures]
(Figure 1-1) Network Configuration Diagram ........................................................................ 17
(Figure 1-2) Front View ......................................................................................................... 21
(Figure 1-3) Rear View .......................................................................................................... 23
(Figure 3-1) Connecting WAN ............................................................................................... 28
(Figure 3-2) Connecting LAN ................................................................................................ 29
(Figure 3-3) Connecting PSTN .............................................................................................. 30
(Figure 3-4) Connecting PSTN .............................................................................................. 31
(Figure 3-5) Connecting External Audio IN/OUT Interface .................................................... 32
(Figure 3-6) Dial Pad Buttons Layout .................................................................................... 33
(Figure 3-7) Call Button on the Keypad ................................................................................. 34
(Figure 3-8) Cancel Button on the Keypad ............................................................................ 35
(Figure 3-9) Function Keys Layout ........................................................................................ 36
(Figure 4-1) Default Screen ................................................................................................... 40
(Figure 4-2) Main Screen ...................................................................................................... 41
(Figure 4-3) Phone Book Menu Section in Main Menu ......................................................... 41
(Figure 4-4) Search Menu Section in Phone Book Menu Section ......................................... 42
(Figure 4-5) Register Menu Section ...................................................................................... 44
(Figure 4-6) Speed Dial Menu Section .................................................................................. 46
(Figure 4-7) Group Menu Section in Phone Book ................................................................. 48
(Figure 4-8) Button List Menu Section in Phone Book .......................................................... 50
(Figure 4-9) Button Profile Menu Section .............................................................................. 52
(Figure 4-10) Recent Call Menu Section 1 ............................................................................ 54
(Figure 4-11) Recent Call Menu Section 2 ............................................................................ 55
(Figure 4-12) Main Screen .................................................................................................... 56
(Figure 4-13) Too Box Menu Section..................................................................................... 56
(Figure 4-14) Date & Time Menu Section .............................................................................. 57
(Figure 4-15) Language Setup Menu Section ....................................................................... 59
(Figure 4-16) Factory Default Menu Section ......................................................................... 60
(Figure 4-17) Save All Menu Section .................................................................................... 61
(Figure 4-18) Ring Setup Menu Section ................................................................................ 63
(Figure 4-19) Auto Upgrade Menu Section ........................................................................... 67
(Figure 4-20) User Lock Menu Section ................................................................................. 69
(Figure 4-21) Admin Lock Menu Section ............................................................................... 71
(Figure 4-22) Version Info Menu Detail ................................................................................. 74
(Figure 4-23) Main Screen .................................................................................................... 76
(Figure 4-24) Network Setup Menu Category ....................................................................... 76
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(Figure 4-25) IPv4 Setup Menu Section ................................................................................ 77
(Figure 4-26) IPv4 DHCP Setting Menu Detail ...................................................................... 79
(Figure 4-27) Static IP Menu Detail ....................................................................................... 80
(Figure 4-28) PPPoE Setting Menu Detail............................................................................. 82
(Figure 4-29) Lan Setup Menu Section ................................................................................. 84
(Figure 4-30) Signaling Setup Menu Option .......................................................................... 88
(Figure 4-31) SIP Protocol Menu Detail ................................................................................ 89
(Figure 4-32) QoS Menu Option ............................................................................................ 91
(Figure 4-33) SIP Option Menu Option.................................................................................. 93
(Figure 4-34) PSTN Prefix Menu Option ............................................................................... 97
(Figure 4-35) Phone Number Menu Option ........................................................................... 98
(Figure 4-36) Area Code Menu Option .................................................................................. 99
(Figure 4-37) SSCP Setup Menu Section ........................................................................... 100
(Figure 4-38) Presence Menu Section ................................................................................ 103
(Figure 4-39) Service Setup Menu Option .......................................................................... 105
(Figure 4-40) Status Menu Option ....................................................................................... 107
(Figure 4-41) Main Screen .................................................................................................. 110
(Figure 4-42) Applications Menu Option .............................................................................. 110
(Figure 4-43) Message Box Menu Section .......................................................................... 111
(Figure 4-44) Write SMS Menu Option ................................................................................ 113
(Figure 4-45) SMS Inbox Menu Option ............................................................................... 114
(Figure 4-46) SMS Saved Menu Option .............................................................................. 116
(Figure 4-47) Sent Menu Option ......................................................................................... 117
(Figure 4-48) Voice Mail Box Menu Section ........................................................................ 118
(Figure 4-49) Conference Menu Section ............................................................................. 120
(Figure 4-50) Main Scrren ................................................................................................... 122
(Figure 4-51) System Setup Menu Category....................................................................... 122
(Figure 4-52) Display Name Menu Section ......................................................................... 123
(Figure 4-53) Volume Setup Menu Section ......................................................................... 124
(Figure 4-54) Forward Setup Menu Option ......................................................................... 126
(Figure 4-55) Forward Setup Menu Option ......................................................................... 128
(Figure 4-56) Call Wait Setup Menu Option ........................................................................ 131
(Figure 4-57) DND Setup Menu Section ............................................................................. 133
(Figure 4-58) My Number Menu Section ............................................................................. 136
(Figure 4-59) V-Codec Menu Section .................................................................................. 138
(Figure 4-60) Auto Answer Menu Section ........................................................................... 141
(Figure 4-61) Hook Setup Menu Section ............................................................................. 144
(Figure 4-62) Emergency Menu Section ............................................................................. 146
(Figure 5-1) Forward Setup Menu Section .......................................................................... 148
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(Figure 6-1) Terminal Emulator HyperTerminal on MS-Windows ........................................ 153
(Figure 6-2) Name Entry for HyperTerminal Connection ..................................................... 154
(Figure 6-3) Access to Telnet by Using TCP/IP ................................................................... 155
(Figure 6-4) Login Screen ................................................................................................... 156
(Figure 8-1) 100Base-TX RJ-45 Connector ........................................................................ 171
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[Table]
[Table 1-1] Hardware Specifications ...................................................................................... 18
[Table 1-2] Software Specifications ....................................................................................... 19
[Table 1-3] Description of the Button Features ...................................................................... 22
[Table 1-4] Description of the Interfaces on the Rear Side .................................................... 23
[Table 2-1] AP-IP120 Product Package ................................................................................. 27
[Table 3-1] The Characters Associated with the Dial Pad Buttons ........................................ 33
[Table 3-2] Using Call Button on the Keypad......................................................................... 34
[Table 3-3] Using Cancel Button on the Keypad.................................................................... 35
[Table 3-4] Available Softkey Features in On Hook State ...................................................... 36
[Table 3-5] Available Softkey Features in Off Hook State ...................................................... 36
[Table 3-6] Available Softkey Features in Busy State ............................................................ 37
[Table 3-7] Available Softkey Features in Hold State ............................................................. 37
[Table 3-8] Available Softkey Features in Incoming Call State .............................................. 37
[Table 3-9] Available Softkey Features in Outgoing Call State .............................................. 38
[Table 3-10] Available Softkey Features for Voice Mail ......................................................... 38
[Table 3-11] Available Softkey Features in Call Transfer ....................................................... 38
[Table 3-12] Available Softkey Features for Conference ....................................................... 38
[Table 3-13] Available Softkey Features for Conference Participant ..................................... 38
[Table 3-14] Conference Participants .................................................................................... 39
[Table 4-1] Description of Default Screen .............................................................................. 40
[Table 4-2] Description of Search Menu Section ................................................................... 43
[Table 4-3] Description of Register Menu Section ................................................................. 45
[Table 4-4] Description of Speed Dial Menu Section ............................................................. 47
[Table 4-5] Description of Group Menu Section..................................................................... 49
[Table 4-6] Description of Button List Menu Section.............................................................. 51
[Table 4-7] Description of Button Profile Menu Section ......................................................... 53
[Table 4-8] Description of Call Menu Option 2 ....................................................................... 55
[Table 4-9] Description of Date & Time Menu Section ........................................................... 57
[Table 4-10] Description of Language Setup Menu Section .................................................. 59
[Table 4-11] Description of Ring Setup .................................................................................. 64
[Table 4-12] Description of Auto Upgrade Menu Section....................................................... 67
[Table 4-13] Description of User Lock Menu Section ............................................................ 70
[Table 4-14] Description of Password Menu Section ............................................................. 72
[Table 4-15] Description of Version Info Menu Section.......................................................... 75
[Table 4-16] Description of IPv4 Setting Menu Option........................................................... 78
[Table 4-17] Description of Static IP Menu Detail .................................................................. 81
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[Table 4-18] Description of PPPoE Setting Menu Detail........................................................ 83
[Table 4-19] Description of LAN Setup Menu Section ........................................................... 85
[Table 4-20] Description of SIP Protocol Menu Detail ........................................................... 90
[Table 4-21] Description of QoS Menu Option ....................................................................... 92
[Table 4-22] Description of SIP Option Menu Option............................................................. 94
[Table 4-23] Description of PSTN Menu Option .................................................................... 97
[Table 4-24] Description of VoIP Menu Option ...................................................................... 98
[Table 4-25] Description of Area Code Menu Option ............................................................. 99
[Table 4-26] Description of SSCP Setup Menu Section ...................................................... 101
[Table 4-27] Description of Presence Menu Option ............................................................. 103
[Table 4-28] Description of Service Setup Menu Option...................................................... 106
[Table 4-29] Description of Network Status Menu Detail ..................................................... 108
[Table 4-30] Description of Message Box Menu Option ...................................................... 112
[Table 4-31] Description of Write Message Menu Detail ..................................................... 113
[Table 4-32] Description of SMS Inbox Menu Option .......................................................... 115
[Table 4-33] Description of Saved Menu Detail ................................................................... 116
[Table 4-34] Description of Sent Menu Option .................................................................... 117
[Table 4-35] Description of Voice Mail Box Menu Option .................................................... 119
[Table 4-36] Description Conference Menu Option ............................................................. 121
[Table 4-37] Description of Display Name Menu Option...................................................... 123
[Table 4-38] Description of Volume Setup Menu Option...................................................... 125
[Table 4-39] Description of System Setup Menu Detail ....................................................... 127
[Table 4-40] Description of Forward Setup Menu Detail ...................................................... 129
[Table 4-41] Call Wait Setup Menu Detail ............................................................................ 132
[Table 4-42] Description of DND Setup Menu Option (1) .................................................... 134
[Table 4-43] Description of DND Setup Menu Option (2) .................................................... 135
[Table 4-44] Description of My Number Menu Option ......................................................... 137
[Table 4-45] Description of Voice Codec Menu Option ........................................................ 139
[Table 4-46] Description of Auto Answer Menu Option ........................................................ 142
[Table 4-47] Description Hook Setup Menu Option ............................................................. 145
[Table 4-48] Description of Emergency Menu Option .......................................................... 147
[Table 5-1] Description of Forward Setup Menu Option ...................................................... 149
[Table 5-2] Configuration Settings for Call Waiting .............................................................. 150
[Table 6-1] Commands for the General User Mode............................................................. 158
[Table 6-2] Management Mode Commands ........................................................................ 159
[Table 6-3] Password Setup ................................................................................................ 161
[Table 6-4] Configuring Host Name ..................................................................................... 161
[Table 6-5] User Administration ........................................................................................... 162
[Table 6-6] Configuring FXS/FXO Port ................................................................................ 163
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[Table 9-1] The signal and Pinout specification ................................................................... 170
[Table 8-1] Console Port Pinout .......................................................................................... 170
[Table 8-2] Signal and Pinout of Direct Ethernet Cable ....................................................... 171
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Getting into AP-IP120 IP Phone Installation Guide
This chapter explains the AP-IP120 IP Phone installation guide.
[ Contents of AP-IP120 Installation Guide]
The purpose of this guide is to assist the users to install the AP-IP120 IP Phone easily. This guide is
composed of five chapters as to follow.
If you have a previous experience of using IP Phone, please refer to the chapters the user wants to
know directly. But, if you have no experience of using IP Phone, it is highly recommended to
thoroughly understand the manual before operation of this IP Phone.
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Chapter 1 『Overview』provides an introduction to the hardware and software features of
AP-IP120 and technical specification.
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Chapter 2 『Preparing for Installation』explains the installation environment and cable
requirements along with recommendations for safe operation of the equipment.
z Chapter 3 『Installing』 This chapter explains the procedures for installing the
gateway. Installation involves the tasks of connecting cables, console to AP-IP120 IP
Phone and other basic information for the installation process.
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Chapter 4 『How to Use AP-IP120』 describes the UI operation of AP-IP120. 「UI
stands for ‘User Interface’, allows the user to change device settings through the screen.」
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Chapter 5 『Appendix』provides the detailed cable specifications for AP-IP120 IP phone.
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If you have any questions and need any technical support of AP-IP300, please contact AddPac
Technology in the followings:
AddPac Technology Co., Ltd.
2nd Fl. Jeong-Am Building, 769-12
Yeoksam-Dong, Kangnam-Ku, Seoul , Korea
Phone (02) 568-3848
Fax (02) 568-3847
E-mail : info@addpac.com
http://www.addpac.com
The revision history of AP-IP120 IP Phone installation guide is listed as to follow:
Revision History
Revision No.
Version 1.00
Date
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Written By
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Initial Release
AddPac
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Chapter 1.
Product Overview
AP-IP120 IP phone is designed to provide enhanced IP telephony functionality to meet the wide
range of business user requirements. This cost effective IP phone optimally delivers rich featured
voice telephony service on ordinary internet infrastructure as well as AddPac IP-PBX environment on
local LAN as a fully featured IP extension for the complete AddPac VoIP solution.
Product Overview
New Paradigm for IP Telephony : Telephony + Broadcasting
AP-IP120 IP telephone combines AddPac's field proven VoIP technology and IP voice broadcasting
technology. AP-IP120 is market-ready IP telephone which provides a full suit of remarkable
functionality compared to other typical IP telephones. Apart from telephony service, it delivers IP voice
broadcasting service supporting external MIC/Line-in, Line-out interface for various input/output
devices such as headset, Amp or speaker. In addition, it provides high level information display with
large size LCD mounted. Since AP-IP120 supports diverse voice codecs according to bandwidth
environment, it can be deployed anywhere on the internet, ensuring optimal voice quality by
leveraging the latest QoS technology. Furthermore, installed along with IPNext50, IPNext180,
IPNext200, and IPNext500 on comprehensive IP-PBX system of AddPac Technology, it not only
improves operation offering an wide variety of features such as Music on Hold, Coloring service, Call
Transfer but also provides the easy-to-use, intelligent IP telephony service enhanced by MS window
based Smart Messenger.
Advanced IP Telephony Solution”, Speed-Dialing Service with User Presence Indication
Features
AP-IP120 IP telephone provides 12 key buttons (4 column x 3 row) for speed-dialing and user
presence service. User Information assigned each key button is easily registered using web based
management. System operator can make several example user presence profiles for AP-IP120 user.
AP-IP120 user select one among several candidate user presence files and can modify selected user
presence profile for individual personal user presence profile. User presence profiles provided via
system operator can be upgraded via web based management, if user information is changed or
deleted due to several reasons (for example, resign). Because user information is frequently changed,
it is better to use default user presence profile provided by system. User presence information such
as user busy(LAMP ON), ringing(LAMP BLINK) is individually displayed on LED of AP-IP120 Key
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Buttons.
Adapt to the Future Environment : Firmware Upgradeable Technology
Designed on programmable high performance RISC Integrated DSP Technology, AP-IP120 is capable
of adopting new capabilities and improvement by downloading firmware from website or with its autoupgrade option as the customers' needs grow. Moreover, operators can download the latest protocol
or service improvements as well as update firmware by checking the version and activating the autoupgrade while AddPac's IP-PBX power on/booting sequence.
Compelling Supplementary Services: Extending Benefit of IP Telephony
AP-IP120 delivers not only fully featured IP telephony services, but also various supplementary
services to users. It features advanced phone directory, voice mail, CID(Caller ID), call transfer on
site or at a remote site. One of its greatest services is IP broadcasting feature which enables APIP120 to offer voice broadcasting service, incorporated with in-house broadcasting system.
IP telephony with Outstanding Network Service Capability
Not only IP telephony, AP-IP120 is an integrated, feature-rich network equipment delivering routing,
NAT/PAT, DHCP Server/Relay, Public IP sharing and QoS. In today's mixed network of xDSL, Cable,
FTTH, Metro Ethernet, Metro ATM, Leased line and dynamic IP environment, not only the ample
network service features, but also high-end QoS (Quality of Service) and security features are
requested. Based on two (2) 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet ports, AP-IP120 offers integrated network
and security service of LAN-to-LAN routing, bridge and NAT/PAT. Moreover, AP-IP120 supports H.323,
SIP dual VoIP signaling protocols concurrently. So the customers easily migrate to different service
providers' networks utilizing different VoIP signaling protocols.
Privacy and Encryption Features
AP-IP120 brings the network security and service security as well. With the built-in CID (Caller ID
Detection) feature, user is able to know who is calling before he answers and block the incoming call.
AddPac's various VoIP gateway series, multi-service routers, video products and comprehensive
family of cutting-edge solutions have delivered high performance and stability to maximize customer
satisfaction throughout the world. They provide high level of flexibility and scalability for each
organization to find the solution that best fits their application needs and budget. With years of
experience and industry-leading technology, AddPac provides AP-IP120 with which customers can
best optimize high performance, market strategy and budget for next-generation communication
solution.
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(Figure 1-1) Network Configuration Diagram
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Hardware Features
[Table 1-1] Hardware Specifications
Category
Specification
Model
Product Category
Microprocessor
Digit and Key Buttopns
AP-IP120
IP Phone (Built-in Speaker Phone)
High Performance RISC CPU Architecture
3 x 4 Standard Numeric Buttons, 17 Menu/
Function Key Speed Dialing Keys, 12 SpeedDial and Presence Indication Keys
4 Line Graphic LCD
512Kbyte Flash Memory
4MB Flash Memory
16MB High Speed SDRAM
One(1)-3.5mm Stereo-In Connector for Audio In
FXO Voice Interface
One(1) 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
One(1) 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
External Power VAC 110~220 VAC, 50/60Hz,
15Watt
ABS Material/Compact Phone Chassis
75 x 200 x 210mm
1.15Kg
LCD Display
Memory
Audio Interface
Ethernet Interface
Power Requirement
Hardware Chassis
Physical Dimension
Weight
Graphic LCD
Boot Memory
Flash Memory
Main Memory
Input
Output
LAN0 Port
LAN1 Port
Poer
Composite, Material
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Software Features
[Table 1-2] Software Specifications
Category
Specification
LAN Protocol
Static IPv4 Routing
WAN Protocol
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPPoE for ADSL), etc.
Audio Service
Voice Codec
&
- G.711, G.723.1, G.726, G.729, etc.
Signaling Protocol
SIP, and MGCP Triple Stack Support
ITU-T H.235 Security Feature
Voice Processing Features Supports
- VAD, DTMF, CNG, G.168 and T.38 FAX Relay
Enhanced QoS Management Features for Voice Traffics
IP-PBX
SSCP AddPac Proprietary Protocol
Inter-working
IP-PBX
SIP Signaling Protocol between AddPac IP-PBX and IP Phone
Signaling Protocol
Voice Mail
Number
Voice Mail with IVR, Voice Mail Notification
&
Call Basic Call, Music on Hold, Blind Transfer, Call Pickup, Consult Call,
Routing
Switching Call, Consult Transfer, Call Waiting, Call Waiting Notify, Call
Park, Call Pickup Remote, Hunt Group, Call Swapping, individual Call
Park, Group Call Park, Call Forwarding , Unconditional, Busy, No Answer,
Voice Mail, Etc.
Messenger
MS Window based Smart Messenger Program
Inter-working
Conference
AddPac IP-PBX Audio MCU or External MCU Support
Network Management
Standard SNMP Agent (MIB v2) Support
Traffic Queuing and Frame-Relay Flow Control
Remote Management using Console, Rlogin, Telnet
Web based Managements using HTTP Server Interface
Security Functions
Standard & Extended IP Access List
Access Control and Data Protections
Enable/Disable for Specific Protocols
Multi-Level User Account Management
Auto-disconnect for Telnet/Console Sessions
PPP User Authentication Supports
→ Password Authentication Protocol(PAP)
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→ Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
Operation
System Performance Analysis for Process, CPU, Connection I/F
&
Configuration Backup & Restore for APOS Managements
Management
Debugging, System Auditing, and Diagnostics Support
System Booting and Auto-rebooting with Watchdog Feature
System Managements with Data Logging
IP Traffic Statistics with Accounting
Other
Features
Scalability
DHCP Server & Relay Functions
Network Address Translation (NAT) Function
Port Address Translation (PAT) Function
Transparent Bridging (IEEE Standard) Function
→ Spanning Tree Bridging Protocol Support
→ Remote Bridging Support
→ Concurrent Routing and Bridging Support
Cisco Style Command Line Interface(CLI)
Network time Protocol(NTP) Support
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Physical Description-Front View
This chapter explains the front part’s DIAL and FUNCTION KEY of AP-IP300 IP Phone.
The external case is made of high degree of solidity ABS. Main key buttons are equipped
on front part so that user can operate all the functions with these buttons.
(Figure 1-2) Front View
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The following Table 1-3explains each button feature of AP-IP300 on the front side.
[Table 1-3] Description of the Button Features
No.
Button Names
Features
(1)
Menu
Enter the UI Main Menu
(2)
F1~F4
The soft keys which are displayed on the bottom of LCD screen and
can be assigned with each different function such as Phonebook and
Speed-Dial.
(3)
Recent Call
Brings out the recent call list
(4)
Speed Dial
Connects a call by using speed-dial which is set by the number in the
Button List
(5)
Numeric Key
Used for Dialing and parameter setting in UI
(6)
OK/Send
Confirms each menu in UI or in stand-by state confirms a recent call
or makes a call
(7)
Cancel/End
Moves on to upper menu from current UI menu or cancels or ends the
current VoIP call
(8)
Volume/Navigation Stand-by Mode: Ring Volume
Key
Menu Mode: Scrolls through text to make a selection
On the Phone Mode: Adjusts output volume
Volume Setting Mode : Adjusts Ring Volume , Input Volume , Output
Volume
(9)
Absence
Takes an incoming call when the phone user is away from the phone
(10)
Voice Mail
Listens to the voice mail.
(11)
HDP Call
Activates a headset
(12)
SPK Call
Activates the built-in speaker phone
(13)
Privacy
Blocks the view on my side, so the other party cannot see you while you
are placing a call
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Physical Description-Rear View
The rear side is composed of FXO PSTN backup interface, USB interface, power switch and
connector and two (2) Fast Ethernet for WAN/LAN connections.
(Figure 1-3) Rear View
[Table 1-4] explains the interfaces on the rear side.
[Table 1-4] Description of the Interfaces on the Rear Side
No.
Interface
Description
(1)
DC 5V 2A
External Power Adaptor connector (DC 5V 2A).
(2)
LAN
10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Interface for WAN such as ADSL, Leased
Line, etc (RJ45)
(3)
PC
10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Interface for LAN (RJ45)
(4)
Audio Input
Input port for microphone (headset)
(5)
Audio Output
Output port for speaker (headset)
(6)
LINE
1-port PSTN backup interface (FXO) for connecting the line to central
office
(7)
Phone
1-port FXS interface for analog phone
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Chapter 2.
Preparing for Installation
Installation Requirement
The followings are the recommendation for safe operation of the equipment.
• Ensure AP-IP120 IP Phone is in a dust-free environment before and after installation.
• Ensure AP-IP120 IP Phone upper part is empty on a flat and safe surface.
• To prevent accidents, avoid ties, scarf, sleeves, and any other loose clothing from entangling with
the chassis.
• Avoid any actions that may lead to the malfunction of the equipment or the operator.
Electrical Requirement
There are two main sources of electrical problems with AP-IP120 IP Phone : the power supply and
static electricity.
This section describes safety recommendations for each case.
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Electrical Safety
9
In case of the occurrence of an electrical accident, operate at a position where
immediate shut-off of power supply is possible.
9
Switch the power off when installing or taking the cover off the equipment.
9
Avoid operating the equipment alone at a potentially dangerous environment.
9
Do not assume the power is switched off, but always confirm the power status.
9
Be extremely cautious when operating in humidity or with an uncovered power
extension cable.
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Prevention of Static Electricity
9
The main chip-set of the Videophone is very delicate and misuse may result in
static electrical damage.
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Site Requirements
The AP-IP120 is ready for use where electronic products are used. However, a location with the
following conditions is recommended for the maximum performance:
• A level and well ventilated location is recommended.
• Secure the equipment safely where intended to install.
• Avoid placing objects on top of the equipment.
•
•
Install the equipment in a cool location avoiding direct sunlight.
Maintain distance from flammable, chemical, or magnetic objects
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Requirements for Network Connection
This procedure is to follow EIA standards and other EMI regulations when you install the
Gateway
The following section describes the Ethernet Cable, and the Console Cable which can be
connected to the AP-IP120.
Required Tools and Equipment
Some cables and equipment are not included and your need to purchase them separately. Please
prepare the following tools and equipment
LAN Cable & Console Port Cable
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RJ-45 to RJ-45
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RS232C console cable with RJ-45 connector (included in the box
Ethernet Port
The AP-IP120 has two RJ45 type of 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet ports on the rear side and LED for
indicating the status of the port on the front. These ports are physically connected and using the
direct cable you can connect to LAN0/ LAN1. Please use the standard cable and connector to
access to LAN. You may refer to the cable details of Appendix in this guide
.
Console Port (Optional)
AP-IP120 has one RJ-45 type3 of RS-232C Female DCE Connector Interface. Through this port,
you can perform the initial setup, monitoring and debugging the system. The cable and connector
must be used. You may refer to the pin connection for RS-232 console cable of appendix in this
guide.
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Package Contents
Completely unpack all of the contents from the box and inspect each item for damage and
ensure that you have all of the components listed below:
[Table 2-1] AP-IP120 Product Package
No
Name
1
AP-IP120
Contents
Quantity
1
Main Body
2
1
LAN Cable
(RJ45 to RJ45)
3
External
Power
Adapter
and
1
Power Cable
(220V Power Cord)
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Chapter 3.
Installing
Connecting Ethernet
• A connection to Internet is made through the LAN interface of the WAN accessing equipment
such as router, ADSL or cable modem. The LAN is connected by RJ45 standard of the UTP
cable.
• Sometimes the cross-over cable is used to connect to the router, xDSL or cable modem
• Use Direct-Through cable for connecting to the hub
(Figure 3-1) Connecting WAN
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• When LAN1 is set to IP-Share mode, it is connected to PC on Direct-Through cable.
• Use Direct-Through cable to connect to PC directly
• User Cross-Over cable to connect to the hub directly
(Figure 3-2) Connecting LAN
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Connecting PSTN Line (FXO-Optional)
This PSTN port is used for connecting PSTN Central Office line in case of a network failure. The user
may connect the PSTN cable to the PSTN port in order to implement PSTN backup. As shown in the
figure below, connect the PSTN cable. ( available in AP-IP120E).
(Figure 3-3) Connecting PSTN
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Connecting Analog Phone Line (FXS)
This PSTN port is used for connecting PSTN Central Office line in case of a network failure. The user
may connect the PSTN cable to the PSTN port in order to implement PSTN backup. As shown in the
figure below, connect the PSTN cable. ( available in AP-IP120B)
(Figure 3-4) Connecting PSTN
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Connecting Audio-In/Out Interface
Audio-In/Out port located at left side of AP-IP120 IP Phone is for audio devices such as MIC,
Speaker System or Headset Device etc.
Connect this port to MIC system or External Speaker System using ‘3.5mm stereo jack’
cable.
.
(Figure 3-5) Connecting External Audio IN/OUT Interface
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Using the Dial Pad Buttons
You can enter the characters by using the dial pad buttons in the Menu options:
(Figure 3-6) Dial Pad Buttons Layout
[Table 3-1] The Characters Associated with the Dial Pad Buttons
Dial Pad
Characters
Description
Buttons
1
1 < > & ( )
The characters can be changed in the
order as you press the same button
consistently.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
*
#
F1
F2
2 a b c A B C
"
3 d e f D E F
"
4 g h I G H I
"
5
"
j k l J K L
6 m n o M N O
"
7 p r s P R S
"
8 t u v T U V
"
9 w x y z W X Y Z
"
0 ~ = _ – ^
"
. : * [ ] ; ?
"
# / ! @ $ % \
"
Back Space
Space
BackSpace
Space
** F2(Space) Function: If you are entering the different characters by pressing the same button consistently,
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may wait 2 seconds to enter the second character after entering the first one.
Ex1) Enter ‘Apple’
Step1
Press 2 button five times then press 7 button twice
Step 2
Hit F2 key then press 7 button twice
Step 3
Press 5 button four times then press 3 button three times “
Ex2) Enter ‘2005/09/14’
⇒ Press the buttons in the order 2, 0, F2, 0, 5, # twice, 0, 9, # twice, 1, 4
Ex3) Enter ‘2aB’⇒ 2 , F2 , 2 twice, F2 , 2 six times
Using Call/Cancel Button on the Keypad
The functions of Call button is described in [Table 3-2].
(Figure 3-7) Call Button on the Keypad
[Table 3-2] Using Call Button on the Keypad
Functions
Retrieving
Descriptions
the
When you just press the Call button and leaving the phone is on the hook, the
Recent
recent incoming calls are listed. When you select one of the calls as to highlight,
Incoming Call
you can make a call by pressing the call button again
Placing a Call
When the phone is on the hook, you can make a call by just pressing the
numeric buttons on the dial pad. Also the speed dial and recent call features of
the Call button allows you to make a call very easily.
Taking a Call
After all the settings are entered to apply, you can press the button and use it as
to confirm
* You must press OK button to apply all the settings that you have done in the Menu options. If you
want to keep the settings after restart, the settings must be saved to Tool Box-Save (reference to Tool
Box Menu)
The END button is used for the purposes described in [Table 3-3].
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(Figure 3-8) Cancel Button on the Keypad
[Table 3-3] Using Cancel Button on the Keypad
Functions
Description
hang off
The END button works as to hang off the phone while you are in conversation
drop call
When you make a call by pressing the Call button, you can use the END
button to drop the call.
Move the view
Moves the menu option from from the present to the upper by one level on
mode
User Interface
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Using the Soft-key Interworking with SSCP
Softkey functions are supported by SSCP and change depending on the status of the phone (for
example, when you are on a call or the phone is not in use) which are shown at the bottom of the
LCD screen and they are interconnected with the 4 buttons of the softkey. When more than 4 softkeys
present, you can see more softkeys by pressing F4 (‘More’) in the next screen.
(Figure 3-9) Function Keys Layout
[Table 3-4] Available Softkey Features in On Hook State
No.
1
Function
Redi (Redial)
Description
Dials the same number as the last time you made a call to
that number again
2
Pick (Pickup)
Allows you to answer calls that come in on a directory
number other than their own
3
GPik (Group-Pickup)
Allows you to pick up incoming calls within their own
group
4
CCBS
When you make a call to the other party, he/she can be on
a call already and the line is busy.
This function enables
the phone to call back automatically after he/she
completes the call.
[Table 3-5] Available Softkey Features in Off Hook State
No.
1
Function
Redi (Redial)
Description
Dials the same number as the last time you made a call to
that number again
2
Pick (Pickup)
Allows you to answer calls that come in on a directory
number other than their own
3
GPik (Group-Pickup)
Allows you to pick up incoming calls within their own
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4
EndC (End Call)
Allows you to pick up incoming calls within their own
group
[Table 3-6] Available Softkey Features in Busy State
No
Function
Description
1
Hold
Places a call on hold
2
EndC (End Call)
Ends a call
3
Tran(Transfer)
Transfers a call to the other extension
4
Park
Allows you to place an incoming call on hold by pressing
Park button, then you can see the Park number on the
LCD screen. You can move to the other desired place and
then make a call by dialing the Park number to be
connected.
5
GPik (Group-Pickup)
WhenGoupPark send an announcement messages to all
the phones in a group, anybody in the group can pickup
the call to be connected (requires SMM configuration)
6
Conf (Conference)
Allows you to have a conference call (This is possible only
when IP-PBX has the audio MCU module or the external
MCU device is registered)
7
AddP (Add Party)
Allows you to add the conference party on by one as to
invite (This is possible only when IP-PBX has the audio
MCU module or4 the external MCU device is registered)
8
More
The 4 soft key can be displayed on a screen and press
‘More’ to see more softkeys.
[Table 3-7] Available Softkey Features in Hold State
No
Function
Description
1
Resu (Resume)
Returns on a call from hold status
2
NewC (New Call)
Connects to a new phone call
3
Tran(Transfer)
Transfers a call
[Table 3-8] Available Softkey Features in Incoming Call State
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1
Function
Answ (Answer)
Description
Takes an incoming call
[Table 3-9] Available Softkey Features in Outgoing Call State
No
1
Function
EndC (End Call)
Description
Ends an outgoing call
[Table 3-10] Available Softkey Features for Voice Mail
No
1
Function
EndC (End Call)
Description
Disconnects Voice Mail
[Table 3-11] Available Softkey Features in Call Transfer
No
1
Function
EndC (End Call)
Description
Ends a new call which is currently on line, without call
transfer and returns to the original held call
2
Tran(Transfer)
Connects a new call, which is currently on line, to the
original held call.
[Table 3-12] Available Softkey Features for Conference
No
1
Function
EndC (End Call)
Description
Ends a call on line without establishment of conference
and returns to the original held call for 1:1 communication
2
Join
Connects the third party
[Table 3-13] Available Softkey Features for Conference Participant
No
1
Function
AddP (Add Party)
Description
Adds more parties to 3-party conferencing (depending on
the capacity of MCU, the number of conferencing party is
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2
Info (Party Info)
Information of the present held conferencing participants
3
EndC (End Call)
Ends the conference in progress (Ends all the terminals in
the conference)
* Conference Max participants : IP-PBX (audio 4-prty), VP350MCU(video 4-party), VC2000(video 4-party),
MC1000(video 16-party)
[Table 3-14] Conference Participants
No
Function
Description
1
Info (Party Info)
Information of the present held conferencing participants
2
EndC (End Call)
Exits from the conference in progress (Ends a call)
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Chapter 4.
Using AP-IP120
Default Screen
Once the start-up operation is completed, the default screen is organized as it is shown in (Figure 4-1).
(Figure 4-1) Default Screen
[Table 4-1] Description of Default Screen
No.
Description
Date and Time
①
Display the present date & time.When you are on a call, it displays the
real “connection time” (SSCP takes the clock souce from AddPac IP-PBX
and it automatically sets the time)
②
Display Name
Display the name of the device (System Setup -> 1.Display Name)
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Phone Book Menu Category
The Phone Book is a directory in which user can search by name and number and has the functions
including phone number registration, recent call history, group lookup, button list, the default setting.
It also has call log and speed dial menu.
(Figure 4-2) Main Screen
(Figure 4-3) Phone Book Menu Section in Main Menu
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Phonebook – Search
The Phonebook uses the registered name, phone number and speed dial number to search the phone number.
(Figure 4-4) Search Menu Section in Phone Book Menu Section
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[Table 4-2] Description of Search Menu Section
Category
Description
Search by the name which has been saved in the
Phone Book previously. If the Name has more than 2
fields that are same as the search word, all of them
are displayed.
F1: Backspace F2: Space F4: Change the text
Search by the number in the Phone Book
*(Multi-Search with name and phone number is
possible)
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Phone Book – Registration
This option allows you to register a new telephone number to the Phone Book. You can use this
registered number for other option of search and speed dial.
(Figure 4-5) Register Menu Section
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[Table 4-3] Description of Register Menu Section
Registration Parameters
Description
Enter the index number for the speed dial.
Register a name of the other party to Phone Book
Enter the other party’s group in Phone Book.
Enter the other party’s number in Phone Book.
Enter the other party’s IP address in Phone Book.
* You must press OK button to apply all the settings after completing registration. If you want keep
the settings after restart, the settings must be saved to Tool Box-Save (reference to Tool Box Menu)
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Phonebook – Speed Dial
The telephone numbers are listed per LCD display by simply using name. User can quickly find and
make a call to others on the list in this menu. You can also press Call button by using a saved phone
number.
(Figure 4-6) Speed Dial Menu Section
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[Table 4-4] Description of Speed Dial Menu Section
Option
①
②
③
Description
Display the index number in Phonebook
Display the name in Phonebook
Display the Dial number in Phonebook
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Phonebook – Group
You can use Group Menu Section to store, manage and use the phone number by group. You can
differentiate the bell sound for each group.
(Figure 4-7) Group Menu Section in Phone Book
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[Table 4-5] Description of Group Menu Section
Option
Description
Select a group number to be used in Phone Book.
Enter a group name in Phone Book.
Make a selection of bell sound for each group.
* You must press OK button to apply all the settings after completing registration. If you want keep
the settings after restart, the settings must be saved to Tool Box-Save (reference to Tool Box Menu).
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Phonebook – Button List
Button List Menu Section specifies Speed Button List. The list takes the speed dial list which is
configured to the server by using Button Profile Menu Section from the presence server.
(Figure 4-8) Button List Menu Section in Phone Book
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[Table 4-6] Description of Button List Menu Section
Category
Description
Name
Set a name for the Speed Button.
Number
Set a number for the Speed Button
Type
Set a type of icon for the
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Phonebook – Button Profile
The Button Profile can interoperate with the Presence Server only. The user can choose the Button
Profile form the Speed Button List which has been provided from the server.
(Figure 4-9) Button Profile Menu Section
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[Table 4-7] Description of Button Profile Menu Section
Category
Description
Select a button profile in Speed Dial List which has been
set to Presence Server
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Phonebook – Recent Call
The recent call displays a call log of the user for incoming and outgoing calls. This feature enables the
user to check any incoming call which has been arrived during one’s absence, calls back by using the
number of the incoming call and save the number of the incoming calls. 2 different ways of (Figure
4-10) and (Figure 4-11) are used to retrieving Recent Call.
(Figure 4-10) Recent Call Menu Section 1
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(Figure 4-11) Recent Call Menu Section 2
[Table 4-8] Description of Call Menu Option 2
Option
Description
01. => Display the index number in Recent Call
[O/C] ⇒ Outgoing Call / Connected
①
[O/N] ⇒ Outgoing Call / Not Connected
[ I /C] ⇒ Incoming Call / Connected
[ I /C] ⇒ Incoming Call / Not Connected
[3000] => Display the other party’s call information (phone number)
②
③
Display the other party’s call information (name)
Display the call duration of incoming/ outgoing call
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Tool Box Menu Category
Tool Box menu consists of date/time setting, configuration saving,
initialization to factory default mode and language selection.
(Figure 4-12) Main Screen
(Figure 4-13) Too Box Menu Section
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Tool Box – Date & Time
The user can set the date and time. Press F3 to save
(Figure 4-14) Date & Time Menu Section
[Table 4-9] Description of Date & Time Menu Section
Menu Option
Description
Enter the present year
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Enter the present month
Enter the present date
Enter the present hour
Enter the present minute
Enter the present second (Press OK to complete entry)
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Tool Box – Language
You can select a language of your choice. You can choose English or Korean.
(Figure 4-15) Language Setup Menu Section
[Table 4-10] Description of Language Setup Menu Section
Option
Description
Make a selection of English (default)
Make a selection of English
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Tool Box – Factory Default
The Factory Default deletes all the configured settings of AP-IP120 and all the content on phone book
and recent call menu. This command reboots the system automatically. This command is not
recommended to use except for some inevitable circumstances.
(Figure 4-16) Factory Default Menu Section
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Tool Box – Save All
This UI menu saves the settings which the user has entered in UI. Once the settings are saved, values
are preserved even after rebooting.
(Figure 4-17) Save All Menu Section
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Tool Box – Ring Setup
You can set the ringer up to 8 different kinds of sound including mute on the integrated speaker, in the
ringer settings. The user can choose the sound that one likes after hearing the 7 different kinds of
sound, except the mute, by using F1(Play). Also the volume can be adjusted.
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(Figure 4-18) Ring Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-11] Description of Ring Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Set to mute
digital phone
analog phone
door bell
bicycle bell
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harp bell
chirp Bell
Electric Bell 1
Electric Bell 1
Electric Bell 1
Electric Bell 1
* Play(F1)
=> Listening to a bell sound in advance
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Tool Box – Auto Upgrade
Whenever a new feature is added, the software (firmware) of the IP phone needs to be upgraded. One
of the ways of doing this upgrade is download the new software by using a network transmission
protocol such as ftp which is capable of transmitting a large files. This Auto Upgrade enables the
phone to access a particular server and to compare the version of OS and Configuration. Then it
determines to download the firmware.
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(Figure 4-19) Auto Upgrade Menu Section
[Table 4-12] Description of Auto Upgrade Menu Option
Menu Sections
Description
Enter URL of the Auto Upgrade server
Ex)down.addpac.com/apos/IP120/packing.lst
Enter the ID for an authorized access to the Auto
Upgrade server
Ex) addpac
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Enter the password for an authorized access to
the Auto Upgrade server
Ex) addpac
The succeeded Auto Upgrade can be kept in a
record for a certain time. The basic default value
is set to 30 days.
The failed Auto Upgrade can be kept in a record
for a certain time. The basic default value is set
to 10 minutes.
Enter a Port of the Auto Upgrade Server. The
default value is set to 80 for HTTP.
Select whether to apply the settings of the Auto
Upgrade after rebooting or not
Ex) On/Off
(using the numeric button for On/Off)
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Tool Box - User Lock
User Lock menu component configures the settings to block the entry to a particular menu
section and changes the password. ‘0000’ is set at the default. Keeping the same password
is recommended.
(Figure 4-20) User Lock Menu Section
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[Table 4-13] Description of User Lock Menu Option
Option
Description
Enable/Disable(Default : Enable)
Replaces the old password with the new one
(Default : 0000)
Selects the menu section to be locked by password.
The available menu sections are Incoming Lock,
Outgoing Lock, and Menu Lock. (Default : Disable)
Specifically locks the incoming call
(Default : Disable)
Specifically lock the outgoing call
(Default : Disable)
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Tool Box - Admin Lock
Admin Lock menu component configures the settings to block the entry to a particular menu and
changes the password. ‘2337’ is set at the default. Keeping the same password is recommended.
(Figure 4-21) Admin Lock Menu Section
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[Table 4-14] Description of Admin Lock Menu Option
Option
Description
Enable/Disable(Default : Enable)
Replaces the old password with the new one
(Default : 2337)
Set a password for Factory Default
(Default : Disable)
Set a password for Internet Setup
(Default : Disable)
Set a password for VoIP Setup
(Default : Disable)
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Set a password for Service Port Setup
(Default : Disable)
Set a password for Auto Upgrade
(Default : Disable)
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Tool Box-Version Info
This option allows you to verify the version of the software running at this
present time.
(Figure 4-22) Version Info Menu Section
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[Table 4-15] Description of Version Info Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
This is the version running at this present time
This is the name of the firmware running at this
present time.
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Network Setup Menu Category
The network setup of AP-IP120 is
organized in details of WAN, LAN interface
setting, SIP/H.323 signaling, FTP service, QoS for guaranteeing VoIP quality, call
options and others.
This menu option is very important and the user must be familiar with them for
using AP-IP120.
(Figure 4-23) Main Screen
(Figure 4-24) Network Setup Menu Category
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Network Setup – Internet
This internet menu has the optional features for the WAN interface. Since there are
many different network settings, the user has to choose the features which are most
suitable to the given. These WAN protocols supported by AP-IP120 are DHCP,
static IPv4, PPPoE, and IPv6 etc.
Internet – IPv4 Setting
(Figure 4-25) IPv4 Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-16] Description of IPv4 Setting Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
Enable/ Disable IPv4
Enable DHCP server to take a dynamic IP address
fromWAN protocol such as cable , VDSL, ADSL
modems
Set IP address manually and build WAN interface
such as static IP ADSL, E1/T1 leased line.
Getting a dynamic IP address from PPP server such
as ADSL.
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IPv4 Setting– DHCP
If user enables DHCP protocol in network setup internet menu, user gets a dynamic IP
address from DHCP server such as cable modem, VDSL, IP-ADSL.
(Figure 4-26) IPv4 DHCP Setting Menu Detail
IPv4 Setting – Static IP
If you want to use static IP address, you may find this menu helpful to set a static IPv4
address manually and to configure WAN interface such as static IP ADSL, E1/T1 leased
line, etc..
(Figure 4-27) Static IP Menu Detail
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Menu Options
Description
IP Address Setting
Ex> 172.20.1.100
Network Mask Setting
Ex> 255.255.0.0
Default Router Setting
Ex> 172.20.1.1
First DNS setting (this menu can be applied at IPv6
mode)
Ex> 168.126.63.1
Second DNS Setting (Option)
(this menu can be applied at IPv6 mode)
Ex> 168.126.63.1
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IPv4 Setting – PPPoE
This is the WAN protocol which takes a dynamic IP address from the PPP Server. ADSL is
one of the typical applications in which PPPoE is used.
(Figure 4-28) PPPoE Setting Menu Detail
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[Table 4-18] Description of PPPoE Setting Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Enter a user name
Ex> Addpac
Enter a user password
Ex> 1234
Enter an authentication mode, “PAP/CHAP” using
alphanumeric key
* Press F4 key to change the input mode from the number to English or English to number.
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Network Setup– LAN
This LAN menu option is used for protocol setting of AP-IP120 second LAN interface
which is used to connect PC or Ethernet Hub. None, DHCP for single (1) PC, DHCP
for multiple PC are available as protocols for second fast ethernet LAN port.
(Figure 4-29) Lan Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-19] Description of LAN Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Set LAN to the factory default mode. The default is set
to NAT.
Configure LAN (the user sets the configuration)
Disable LAN Setup (Press OK button to select this
option))
Share the same IP address of the PC connected
to LAN1 of AP-IP120
Use this option to connect more than 2 PC to the
router for IP sharing
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Configure Lan Setup to Bridge mode.
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Network Setup– VoIP Setup
This VoIP setup menu is used for SIP/H.323 VoIP signaling inter-working parameter setting between
SIP server, Gatekeeper and AP-IP120 IP Phone..
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VoIP Setup – Signaling Setup
This menu is used for VoIP signaling setup such as H.323, SIP protocol. There are 2
different ways: connecting directly to VoIP network and connecting indirectly through
SIP proxy server. Each way needs the different optional settings.
(Figure 4-30) Signaling Setup Menu Option
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Signaling Setup – SIP Protocol
(Figure 4-31) SIP Protocol Menu Detail
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[Table 4-20] Description of SIP Protocol Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Enter a username for SIP server registration
Enter a user password for SIP server registration.
Enter a primary server IP address or domain of SIP
server.
Enter a secondary server IP address or domain of SIP
server.
Select ON/OFF mode whether E.164 address is
registered in SIP server or not
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VoIP Setup– QoS
QoS sets a limit to transmitting voice packet within the bandwidth which is guaranteed
by the network capacity.
(Figure 4-32) QoS Menu Option
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[Table 4-21] Description of QoS Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
Disable QoS
Enable QoS
Set QoS to WAN interface in the range
of
48Kbps~4Mbps
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VoIP Setup–SIP Options
These menu options are to set up other supplementary functions and options of SIP protocol in
addition. These options need to be setup basing on the network settings.
(Figure 4-33) SIP Option Menu Option
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Menu Option
Description
Select the call-transfer mode. basic/attend.
Enter VoIP Tag for conference service
Enter conference service name
Enter firewall address to check the public IP address
when AP-IP120 is used under NAT/Firewall network
environment.
Transfer RTP Session information to listen Inband
Ringbacktone of Public network under NAT/Firewall
environment.
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Set Session Timer
SIP
UA Retry
Counter
sets
SIP
INVITE
re-
transmission count when AP-IP120 is dial-out. When
there is fault on network or network quality is not
good, Trying message of INVITE message will be
delayed. In this case AP-IP120 transfer next INVITE
message.
Default is 10 and usually set as ‘3.’
When user-name is not number but characters, apply
to register message.
When called party is not number but characters, this
option is used.
Transfer From/To field within SIP message to
designated domain not to IP address.
The default is set to 5060 and this setting can be
changed
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Set the DNS SRV.
When user-name is not number but characters, this
option is used to register SIP server.
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VoIP Setup– PSTN Prefix
When user wants to access the FXO interface for PSTN backup, this prefix number is used as PSTN
access code. Additionally, AP-IP120 IP phone supports the PSTN back-up service when VoIP service
is impossible due to network failure or VoIP call service is interrupted by an accident.
(Figure 4-34) PSTN Prefix Menu Option
[Table 4-23] Description of PSTN Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
PSTN prefix number is an access code for PSTN FXO
interface, default value is #.
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VoIP Setup– Phone Number
This menu is used for E.164 AP-IP120 Number Assignment.
(Figure 4-35) Phone Number Menu Option
[Table 4-24] Description of VoIP Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
Enter the E.164 Phone Number.
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VoIP Setup – Area Code
In this menu option, the user can specify an area code.
(Figure 4-36) Area Code Menu Option
[Table 4-25] Description of Area Code Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
Enter an area code to be used
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Network Setup – SSCP (Smart Service Control Protocol)
SSCP Smart Service Control Portocol) is the AddPac proprietary protocol operates between
the AddPac IP-PBX systems and IP terminals. The IP-PBX systems support many different
call features, through SSCP, in addition to the basic call features of the IP Phone itself. The
IP terminals take these call features supported by the IP-PBX, then it display these features
on its softkeys. These call features include Redial, GroupPark, GroupPickup, NewCall,
CCBS, Park, Pickup, Transfer, Hold, AddParty, Conference.
(Figure 4-37) SSCP Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-26] Description of SSCP Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Either enable or disable the setting mode of
SSCP
Make a selection of Call-Manager Setup
Configure the Call Manager server: 5 servers can
be
configured
redundancy,
2
at
Call
maximum.
Manager
In
case
server
of
(Call
Manager 1 and Call Manager 2 are to be
configured)
Set IP of Call Manager server
Set SIP port of the Call Manager server (the
default is set 5060)
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Network Setup– Presence
Presence menu section provides the user presence service from Smart Multimedia Manager which operates in
MS Window-based PC Platform environment as to interwork with the AddPac IP-Next PBX.
Interworking with Presence Server (integrated in IP-PBX), the user presence can be used by Smart Messenger
which is PC-based and Speed Button List in the terminal.
Smart Messenger interacts with the AddPac Next Generation terminals (IP Phone and Video Phone) and
provides various services such as messenger service, phonebook, user presence, Unified Message Service
(Voice Mail, Short Message), Call Control and Forward Setup.
Smart Messenger operates, in the basis of Smart Service Control Protocol (SSCP), which is the AddPac
proprietary protocol, between the AddPac IP-PBX and IP terminals.
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(Figure 4-38) Presence Menu Section
[Table 4-27] Description of Presence Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Enable or disable the presence server Setup
(Enable/Disable)
Presence User정보를 입력하는 메뉴입니다.
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Presence Server에 등록 된 ID를 입력합니다.
Presence
Server에
등록
된
ID에
해당하는
Password를 입력합니다.
Presence Server를 설정하는 메뉴입니다.
등록 할 Presence Server를 설정합니다.
선택한 Presence Server의 IP, Port정보를 입력합니
다.
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Network Setup – Service
This menu enables or disables FTP, TELNET, TFTP, SNMP protocol service of AP-IP120.
You can use FTP to access to AP-IP300 from a remote location and Telnet is used for changing all
kinds of information and monitoring and SNMP is also used to access to AP-IP120 from a remote
location.
(Figure 4-39) Service Setup Menu Option
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[Table 4-28] Description of Service Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Actives/Deactivates the FTP service protocol. Default
is enable mode (activating FTP service). Default port
number is 21.
Actives/Deactivates the TELNET service protocol.
Default is enable mode (activating TELNET service).
Default port number is 23.
Actives/Deactivates
the
SNMP
service
protocol.
Default is enable mode (activating SNMP service).
Default port number is 161
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Network Setup – Status
This setup allows you to see the current status of the network on the screen such as
Link
Status , IPv4 Protocol, IPv4 address, Lan address, DNS, SIP Proxy Server, status of
registration to GK[H.323], at a glance.
(Figure 4-40) Status Menu Option
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[Table 4-29] Description of Network Status Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Displays the phone number
Indicates the status of the link: whether the link of
LAN0 (WAN interface) is up or down
Indicates the status of the link: whether the link of
LAN1 (PC interface) is up or down
Displays WAN IPv4 address T
PC LAN Port(LAN 1)의 address Table시
Displays Domain Name Server 1
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Domain Name Server 2 Table시
Displays the registration status of SIP-Proxy Server
(Registered, Not registered)
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Applications Menu Category
Applications composed of a group of the call features including Message Box, Voice Mail Box,
Conference. You can use Message Box and Voice Box only when they are connected to and supported
by SSCP. You can make Conference calls on when they are connected to and supported by Multipoint Control Unit (MCU).
(Figure 4-41) Main Screen
(Figure 4-42) Applications Menu Option
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Applications – Message Box
The Message Box allows you to transmit and verify SMS text messages between one terminal and the
other, when it is connected to SSCP.
(Figure 4-43) Message Box Menu Section
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[Table 4-30] Description of Message Box Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Write SMS messages to be sent
Store the SMS messages in the box which have been
received
Save the message in the box which have been sent
Store the messages in the box which have been sent
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Write SMS
(Figure 4-44) Write SMS Menu Option
[Table 4-31] Description of Write Message Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Enter the messages in this field.
(F4 : Changing from the alphabetic characters to the
numeric and the numeric to the alphabetic)
Enter the sender’s telephone number to be displayed
on the receiver’s phone.
Enter the receiver’s telephone number: transmitting 10
different numbers simultaneously at maximum
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InBox
(Figure 4-45) SMS Inbox Menu Option
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[Table 4-32] Description of SMS Inbox Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
[1/3] : The first message of the 3 messages received
and stored
Seoul: the sender’s name
1003: the sender’s number
Hello~~ : the content of the message
Read: to read the selected message
Save: to save the selected message
Dele: to delete the selected message
The date and time of the message received
Repl: to reply the message to the sender
Fwrd: to forward the message to the other
Save: to save the selected message
Dele: to delete the selected message
The sender’s telephone number
The content of the message
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(Figure 4-46) SMS Saved Menu Option
[Table 4-33] Description of Saved Menu Detail
Menu Option
Description
[1/2] : the first message of the 2 messages received
and stored
Seoul: the name of the sender
1003: the sender’s telephone number
Hello~~ : the content of the message
Read: to read the selected message
Dele: to delete the selected message
Sent
(Figure 4-47) Sent Menu Option
[Table 4-34] Description of Sent Menu Option
Menu Detail
Description
[1/2] : the first message of the 2 messages sent and
stored
Seoul: the sender’s name
1003: the sender’s telephone number
Hello~~ : the content of the message
Read: to read the selected message
Dele: to delete the selected message
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Application – Voice Mail Box
Voice Mail Box enables you to check the voice message as it interworks with
SSCP.
(Figure 4-48) Voice Mail Box Menu Section
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[Table 4-35] Description of Voice Mail Box Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
This is the box to where the sent voice messages are
kept
This is where to keep the voice message which is
saved.
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Applications – Conference
This feature enables you to see the list of connections can be made for a conference
call at the present time and you can join the conference by just pressing call button.
There are 4 different ways of participating in conference call: Ad Hoc, Dial-Out, Ad
Hoc Dial-Out, Meet-Me and the conference parties can be classified by each of their
ranks: Chair, Operator, Participant, Audience
(Figure 4-49) Conference Menu Section
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[Table 4-36] Description of Conference Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
[1/2]:
the first conference room in the list of two
conference rooms
[DO]: Dial-Out Conference
Meet-Me: the name of the conference room
[2/4]: the number of conference party in the room
[Sec: O] locked for Secret Room
[Sec: X] unlocked for Secret Room
[V]: Voice
Begin: Start the conference
View: to see the information on the conference
participants
Displays the information on the conference party
[1/2]: the first of the 2 parties
Seoul: the name of the party
(1000): the telephone number of the party
[CH]: the host of the conference(Chair)
Displays
the
information
on
the
conference
participants
[2/2]: the second of the 2 participants
Sydney: the name of the participant
(2000): the telephone number of the participant
[PA]: Participant
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System Setup Menu Category
The system setup includes the Display Name, Ring volume control, input/output
volume control.
(Figure 4-50) Main Screen
(Figure 4-51) System Setup Menu Category
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System Setup – Display Name
This is Name displayed on LCD panel. Default name is AP-IP120. If user wants to change default
name, change or modify the default name at Display Name in System Setup Menu.
(Figure 4-52) Display Name Menu Section
[Table 4-37] Description of Display Name Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Enter the Name you want (ex: Phone number, room
number, office name). AP-IP120 is set at default
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System Setup – Volume Control
This volume menu controls the Ring volume, Input/Output volume (Speaker
volume, Handset volume) of AP-IP120 IP Phone.
(Figure 4-53) Volume Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-38] Description of Volume Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Select the ring volume of internal speaker. Default ring
volume level is 4.
Select the input volume of Speaker Phone or Handset
MIC. The default is set to the level 4.
Select the output volume of Speaker Phone or
Handset Speaker. The default is set to the volume
level 4.
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System Setup – Forward Setup (SIP)
During the user’s to take a call, he/she uses this menu option to configure the
incoming call arriving on FXO to be transferred to VoIP call (during the one’s
absence, this forwarding feature is not supported for the incoming VoIP call).
(Figure 4-54) Forward Setup Menu Option
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[Table 4-39] Description of System Setup Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Set the number to be forwarded
Determine which number to be forwarded:
FXOCID: On - the number of the incoming call on
FXO is to be forwarded (the default
setting)
FXOCID: Off – the number of the incoming call on
Speech
Port
(the
predetermined
number of AP-IP120)
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System Setup – Forward Setup (SSCP)
This is the menu option to configure the call forward to redirect no matter what, either
the user in the conversation on call or no response to the call.
(Figure 4-55) Forward Setup Menu Option
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[Table 4-40] Description of Forward Setup Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Enter the number to be forwarded to when the line is
busy
Disable or Enable the Call forwarding when the line is
busy (the default setting : Disable)
Set the Call Forwarding to be connected to Voice Mail
when the line is busy
(the default setting : Disable)
Enter the number to be forward to when there is not
answer
Enable or Disable Call Forwarding when there is no
answer (the default setting: Disable)
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Disable or Enable the Call Forwarding to be
connected to Voice Mail when there is no answer
(the default setting: disable)
Enter the number to be forwarded to no matter what
(Call Forwarding Unconditional)
Enable or Disable Call Forwarding Unconditional (the
default setting: Disable)
Disable or Enable Call Forward Unconditional to be
connected to Voice Mail
(the default setting : Disable)
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System Setup – Call Wait Setup (SSCP)
Call Wait feature enables you to receive a second incoming call with on the same
line without disconnecting the first call. This call feature allows you to receive an
auditory call alert while you are on the first call. You can place the first on Hold and
wait and connect to the second call. You can even return to the first call after you
finish conversation with the second call.
(Figure 4-56) Call Wait Setup Menu Option
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[Table 4-41] Call Wait Setup Menu Detail
Menu Detail
Description
Disable or Enable Call Wait
(Default : Disable)
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System Configuration – DND(Do Not Disturb) Setup
Do Not Disturb (DND) features allows you to turn off the ringer (Ring Silence) for
an incoming call or to reject the call (Call Reject. You may hold pressing the leave
of absence button of the IP-Phone for more than 2 seconds to enable or disable this
function. The Call Reject can work only in the SSCP mode.
(Figure 4-57) DND Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-42] Description of DND Setup Menu Option (1)
Menu Option
Description
Set the mode to Ring Silence
Set the mode to Call Reject
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[Table 4-43] Description of DND Setup Menu Option (2)
Hold pressing the
button for more
than 2 seconds
[DND]
=>DND is enabled
Hold pressing the
button for more
than 2 seconds
DND is disabled
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System Setup – My Number
My Number allows you to set the native number for the Outbound Call, as to select the one
number among many numbers that have been assigned. You can take many numbers of
incoming calls, but you can send only the predetermined number of the outgoing call at the
default setting.
(Figure 4-58) My Number Menu Section
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[Table 4-44] Description of My Number Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
This is an example for assignment of the 2 telephone
numbers. The default setting is set to 1000.
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System Setup – Voice Class Codec
The audio codec of AP-IP120 determines the voice codec. You can choose the options of G.711[PCM]
and G726, G.729, and G.723.1 on OSD, basing on the priority level which can be suitable to your
network settings.
(Figure 4-59) V-Codec Menu Section
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[Table 4-45] Description of Voice Codec Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Select Preference 1 of voice codec
Specify the voice codec to Preference 1.
(Default : G711ullaw)
Select Preference 2 of voice codec.
Specify the voice codec to Preference 2.
(Default : G711allaw)
Select Preference 3 of voice codec
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Specify the voice codec to Preference 3.
(Default : G729)
Select Preference 3 of voice codec.
Specify the voice codec to Preference 3.
(Default : G7231r63)
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System Setup – Auto Answer
This feature allows your telephone to answer a call automatically and you do not
have to pick up the phone. You can set the interval of answering a call selectively: 3,
5, 10 or 15 seconds.
(Figure 4-60) Auto Answer Menu Section
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[Table 4-46] Description of Auto Answer Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Disable Auto Answer
Receive the call at the first ring
Set the mode to Auto Answer to reply on 3 seconds
after the bell rings.
Set the mode to Auto Answer to reply on 5 seconds
after the bell rings.
Set the mode to Auto Answer to reply on 10 seconds
after the bell rings.
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Set the mode to Auto Answer to reply on 15 seconds
after the bell rings.
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System Setup – Hook Setup
Hook is the feature that allows you to disconnect the phone even when the other part did not hang up
the line.
This feature is supported by SSCP.
(Figure 4-61) Hook Setup Menu Section
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[Table 4-47] Description Hook Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Set Hook-On to manual (the default setting)
Set Hook-On to Automatic
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System Setup – Emergency
If a terminal limits an outgoing call due to Administrator/ User Lock, the terminal can
be configured to take an emergency call. For the phone number specified in
Emergency menu section, the outgoing call can be sent out regardless of lock status.
(Figure 4-62) Emergency Menu Section
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[Table 4-48] Description of Emergency Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Specifying a phone number for emergency
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Chapter 5.
Additional Features for FXO
Forward Setup (SIP)
This feature allows you to set to change a incoming call on FXO to VoIP, when you are
available to take the call.
(Figure 5-1) Forward Setup Menu Section
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[Table 5-1] Description of Forward Setup Menu Option
Menu Option
Description
Set the telephone number to where the call is to be
forwarded
Determine whether to assign the number of Speech
port (the predetermined number of AP-IP120) or the
number of the incoming call on FXO (The default
setting is set to On), when the call is forwarded.
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Call Waiting (SIP)
For any incoming call arriving to FXO can be placed on hold while the phone user is
on another VoIP call. While the phone user is on PSTN call, any incoming VoIP call
can be placed on hold as well. Call-waiting needs to be configured on speech port and
call-hold h also needs to be configured at the configuration mode. (Configuration on
CLI screen after connecting to Telnet)
[Table 5-2] Configuration Settings for Call Waiting
IP120#
IP120# con t
IP120(config)#
IP120(config)# dial-peer voice 0 pots
=> Speech Port Mode
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-0)#
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-0)# call-waiting
=> Set Speech Port Call Waiting
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-0)#
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-0)# exit
IP120(config)#
IP120(config)# dial-pee call-hold h
=> Set call-hold h from configuration mode
IP120(config)#
IP120(config)# show run
=> Verifying the configuration
Building configuration...
Current configuration:
version 8.41.014
hostname IP120
!
username root password router administrator
!
------
중략
------
! Voice port configuration.
!
! SPEECH
voice-port 0/0
!
!
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! FXS
voice-port 0/1
!
! Pots peer configuration.
!
dial-peer voice 0 pots
destination-pattern 1004
port 0/0
call-waiting
!
! Voip peer configuration.
!
dial-peer voice 1001 voip
destination-pattern T
session target sip-server
session protocol sip
voice-class codec 0
dtmf-relay dual-mode
vad
huntstop
!
dial-peer voice 1002 voip
destination-pattern T
session target ras
dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric
vad
preference 1
huntstop
!
!
!
dial-peer call-hold h
!
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Chapter 6.
Testing Operation
Booting Procedure and Operating Bases
The things that you have to know, prior to turning on the power of AP-IP120, are the booting
procedure.
• AP-IP120 checks its basic operation of its interface, memory and CPU through a self-testing
procedure
• After the Boot Loader is started, the IP120 looks for the appropriate software image file. At the
default configuration, AP-IP120 is set to load the software in the Flash Memory
• If the IP120 fails to find the appropriate software image file, the Boot Loader stands by until the
appropriate file is found to be downloaded from the appropriate system, at the booting mode.
• Once the software is downloaded, the IP-100 is to operate basing on the information of the
configuration which is saved. If there is no information of the configuration, the IP120 is to
operate with the initial setups. The operator needs to set up the related functions for the network
operation
When the power is 110voltage, you have to use the power cable of 110. Since the AddPac APIP120 IPO Phone can recognize which is 110 or 220 voltage automatically, all you need to do is to
use the suitable type of the power cable,
there is no need for an additional setups separately.
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Using HyperTerminal for the Console Terminal
Terminal Emulator Application must be installed for using the PC for the console terminal.
HiperTerminal Application is used for MS-Windows.
(Figure 6-1) Terminal Emulator HyperTerminal on MS-Windows
After HyperTerminal is performed, determine the name of the new connection. The user can decide
the name of the connection.
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(Figure 6-2) Name Entry for HyperTerminal Connection
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Select the interface of which the console cable is connected
Since AP-IP120 does not support Console Interface, the IP Address of LAN1 interface is used to
connect PC as it is shown in the following figure:
(LAN1 default ip address : 192.168.10.1)
Access after the IP address of 192.168.10.100 for the PC is set.
(Figure 6-3) Access to Telnet by Using TCP/IP
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After completing the setup, you can see the login screen of AP-IP120 in the following Figure
(Figure 6-4) Login Screen
You may see the 2 types of prompt: ‘AP-IP120>’ and ‘AP-IP120#’. The prompt with starting
with ‘>’ means that the user, who logged in, has the least privilege of ‘admin’ only.
He/she is
not allowed to change the settings of the IP Phone. The prompt with ‘#’ means that the user, who
logged in, had the privilege of ‘admin’. He/She is allowed to use all the functions of the IP Phone.
When you logged in with Admin, you can change all the settings of the IP Phone, Therefore it is
recommended to change the account password of the initial value for the security reason.
.
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Using APOS Commands
NOTE
All the product lines of AddPac Technology are imbedded with APOS AddPac
Operating System). Therefore, all the basic settings of CLI (Command Line
Interface) are same
The commands are used for the following types of modes:
„
User Mode: placing limitations on the system or providing an access for the data
communication
„
Management Mode: checking the status of the system configuration or the debugging functions
of the system
„
Configuration Mode: changing the settings or creating new settings
• You do not have to enter the entire command. Entering partial command is acceptable as to enter
just ‘sh’ or ‘sho’ and it is recognized as ‘show’ automatically.
• If you made an error of entering the system commands, on-line help function provides the list all
the possible commands.
• More function provides the additional screen to display all the remaining messages which are
missed out from one screen.
• All the possible commands and their descriptions are executed in that particular mode by providing
Help and ‘?’ functions.
History provides a list commands which have been used previously. By using the number of the
prompt, you can enter the commands easily when you need to reenter them.
• The structure of the system commands are divided into 3 types of modes and the commands used
are different to each other. The commands used for the each mode is described in the followings.
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General User Mode Commands
These are the functions that all the types of the users who logged in the system
The prompt for the general user can be indicated as ‘ip-120>’.
[Table 6-1] Commands for the General User Mode
Commands
enable
Description
Change to the administrator mode
exit
Mover to the lower case from the current
help
Display the list of APOS help
quit
Same as exit
show
terminal
who
whoami
See the status of the system operation and configuration
Determine the number of lines to be executed on the
terminal at once
Indicate the user accessing vtv
Indicate the current status of connection
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Management Mode Commands
These are the types of commands that the administrator, whoever logged in the system, can use. To
get into configuration of this system mode, the user must be logged in as an administrator. In this
mode, the commands can be same as General User mode such as ‘show’, but more information can be
shown depending on the option.
The prompt of Management Mode can be indicates as ‘IP120#’.
[Table 6-2] Management Mode Commands
Commands
auto-upgrade
Description
Configure to upgrade the image by using Http
clear
Reset the interface counter, statistics
clock
Set the present time, date, year
configure
copy
Move to configuration mode
Copy running config to startup conifg
debug
Debug the overall system
disable
Mover to General User Mode
disconnect
dnsquery
dnsrv
end
erase
Close VTY connection
Test DNS Query
Test DNS SRV Record
Move to Management Mode
Delete config file
exit
Move to the last mode
fsh
Get into File Shell
help
Indicate APOS help
no
nsupdate
ntpdate
Delete the present setup
Transmit the updated information to Name Server
Bring the time from ntp server
ping
Test network connection
quit
Move to the last mode
reboot
show
terminal
tftp
Reboot the system
Show the status of the system operation and the status of
configuration
Set the number of lines to be terminated at once
Transmit a file to tftp server
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traceroute
who
whoami
write
Test the path for IPv4 routing
Indicate the users connected to vty
Indicate a type of connection established at the present time
Save the configuration in operation process
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Basic Configuration
Configuring Password
After a connection is established to the console, the user can only have the basic show command. To
gain more privilege to access, the user has to enter enable mode. When the general use enter enable
mode, he/she gains the all the privilege to change the system configuration. Therefore it is important
to set the password, so only the administrator can enter to configure the settings.
[Table 6-3] Password Setup
AP-IP120# configure terminal
AP-IP120(config)#
AP-IP120(config)# enable password {password}
AP-IP120(config)#
Configuring Host Name
When the user is connected to telnet or console, he/she can change a name of prompt in the setting of
CLI. Naming the host becomes more important when many devices are connected to telnet to be
administered. It would be more convenient to use the words representing location as a name.
[Table 6-4] Configuring Host Name
AP-IP120# configure terminal
AP-IP120(config)#
AP-IP120(config)# hostname {name}
AP-IP120(config)#
User Administration
The user account is used for connecting telenet, FTP, Samba.
The user account and password must be know to the administrator only. If they are exposed to any
other, the product can not be operated properly.
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[Table 6-5] User Administration
AP-IP120# configure terminal
AP-IP120(config)#
AP-IP120(config)# username {ID} password {password} {administrator | operator | user}
AP-IP120(config)#
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Configuring FXS/FXO Port
* Configuring after the Display of show run
[Table 6-6] Configuring FXS/FXO Port
IP120# show run
Building configuration...
Current configuration:
version 8.41.015
hostname IP120
!
username root password router administrator
!
interface Loopback0
ip address 127.0.0.1 255.0.0.0
!
interface FastEthernet0/0
ip address 172.17.201.88 255.255.0.0
ip nat outside
speed auto
no qos-control
!
interface FastEthernet0/1
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0
ip nat inside
speed auto
no qos-control
--- 중략 ----!
! Voice port configuration.
!
! SPEECH
voice-port 0/0
!
! FXS
=> If both FXS and FXO ports present, choose FXO
voice-port 0/1
=> checking voice-port FXS/FXO (port number 0/1)
!
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! Pots peer configuration.
!
dial-peer voice 0 pots
destination-pattern 1004
port 0/0
!
IP120#
IP120# con t
IP120(config)# dial-peer voice 1 pots
=> FXS/FXO port dial peer configuration
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-1)# destination-pattern 1014
=> Assigning the port numbers of
FXS/FXO
IP120(config-dialpeer-pots-1)# port 0/1 => Assigning the port that has been checked
IP120# show run (checking the configuration)
Building configuration...
Current configuration:
version 8.41.015
hostname IP120
!
username root password router administrator
!
interface Loopback0
ip address 127.0.0.1 255.0.0.0
!
interface FastEthernet0/0
ip address 172.17.201.88 255.255.0.0
ip nat outside
speed auto
no qos-control
!
interface FastEthernet0/1
ip address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0
ip nat inside
speed auto
no qos-control
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--- 중략 ----!
! Voice port configuration.
!
! SPEECH
voice-port 0/0
!
! FXS
voice-port 0/1
!
! Pots peer configuration.
!
dial-peer voice 0 pots
destination-pattern 1004
port 0/0
!
dial-peer voice 1
destination-pattern 1014
port 0/1
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Chapter 7.
Emergency Recovery
The entire AddPac VoiIP product line has 2 different zones. One is to store APOS and Boot Loader is
the other. The functions of Boot Loader can be used in the followings:
1. Loss of the password for the root account
2. Damage or erase of the software in APOS image
You can recover the Default IP by resetting APOS settings in case you lost or change the Default
IP(192.168.10.1) AP-IP120 which can be accessed by TELNET, FTP. For damaged or erased APOS
image can be recovered and used normally again by downloading the image at the mode of Boot
Loader.
NOTE
Boot Loader of the IP Phone doe not have IP routing function. Therefore, PC and LAN1
of the IP120 which are used for accessing by TELNET/FTP must be connected directly.
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Entering the mode of Boot Loader
Since AP-IP120 does not have console interface, it is not possible to enter the mode of Boot Loader
by using ‘ctrl+x’, ctrl+c’ , which is possible for APOS with presence of console such as ‘send break’.,
during the booting process.
During the booting process, AP-IP120 checks the basic operation of CPU, memory and interface.
Then it waits for about 3 seconds for the user to make an access. In this status, you can see the LED
on the front side is beginning to be turned on one after another
While LAN1 interface of AP-IP120 and PC are connected directly to each other, the user can access
to AP-IP120 when the LED is turned on one after another.
In general, TELNET is used for an access to check the password or resetting the APOS settings. To
download APOS image, the user can access to FTP server (to get into the mode of Boot Loader, enter
‘root’ is for the ID and ‘router’ for the password.
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Initialize APOS Settings
When the user lost the default IP address of the IP Phone (192.168.10.1) that enables TELNET and
FTP access, after making a change, the default IP can be recovered by initializing APOS settings
(Please be cautious when you initializes APOS configuration, all the existing settings of configuration
are to be erased.)
You can initialize APOS settings by TELNET access.
D:\>
D:\> telnet 192.168.10.1
Welcome,
APOS™ Boot Kernal Version 5.0.10.
Copyright (c) 1999-2005 AddPac Technology Co., Ltd.
User Access Verification
Login: root
Password:
Booter>
Booter> enable
Booter#
Booter # erase apos-config
Do you want to ERASE configuration ? [y|n] y
Erasing configuration....done
Booter#
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Downloading APOS Image File in Boot Loader Mode
The AddPac AP-IP120 IP Phone allows FTP access, which is supported by the binary code,
to
transmit APOS image file.
APOS image of AP-IP120 can be downloaded from PC by using FTP.
D:\ >dir
2006-05-15
05:21p
<DIR>
.
2006-05-15
05:21p
<DIR>
..
2006-05-15
05:21p
1,775,360
AP-IP120_g2_v8_41_015.bin
D:\>
D:\> ftp 172.17.201.88
Connected to 172.17.201.88.
220 IP120 FTP server (Version 8.41.015) ready.
User (172.17.201.88:(none)): root
331 Password required for root.
Password:
230 User root logged in ok.
ftp>
ftp> bin
200 Type set to I.
ftp>
ftp> put AP-IP120_g2_v8_41_015.bin
200 PORT command successful.
90
Opening
BINARY
mode
data
connection
for
'
AP-
IP120_g2_v8_41_015.bin '.
226 Transfer complete.
ftp> bye
221 Goodbye.
D:\>
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Chapter 8.
Appendix
This Appendix provides information about the Pinout specifications of the following cables used with
AP-IP120 IP Phone.
z
Console Port Signal and Pinout (RJ-45 to DB9)
z
Ethernet UTP Cable Assemble (RJ-45 to RJ-45) Pinout
[RS-232C Console Port Signal & Pinout ]
In order to connect RS-232C console port with the Terminal Emulating PC, the RJ-45 to DB9
(Female DTE Connector) cable is used. The transferred signal and Pinout specifications are enlisted
in the following table.
[Table 8-1] The signal and Pinout specification
[Table 8-2] Console Port Pinout
콘솔 포트 (DTE)
RJ-45
DB-9
콘솔 디바이스(PC)
Signal
RJ-45 Pin
DB-9 Pin
Signal
RTS
1
8
CTS
DTR
2
6
DSR
TxD
3
2
RxD
GND
4
5
GND
GND
5
5
GND
RxD
6
3
TxD
DSR
7
4
DTR
CTS
8
7
RTS
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[UTP Cable (RJ-45 to RJ-45) Pinout Specification]
In order to connect the LAN port of this equipment with other equipments (i.e. HUB), the RJ-45 to
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable is used. The RJ-45 Connector Pin sequence is provided below and the signal
and Pinout specifications are enlisted at the below table.
(Figure 8-1) 100Base-TX RJ-45 Connector
[Table 8-3] Signal and Pinout of Direct Ethernet Cable
RJ-45
Signal
Direction
RJ-45 PIN
1
Tx +
→
1
2
Tx -
→
2
3
Rx +
←
3
4
-
-
4
5
-
-
5
6
Rx -
←
6
7
-
-
7
8
-
-
8
1. These specifications are for ethernet direct cables connecting this equipment and HUB.
2. For IP Phone to IP Phone or IP Phone to PC connection, the Cross Cable must be used..
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Acronyms and Glossary
Terms
Definition & Description
ADSL
An acronym for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, ADSL is a method of
transmitting data over traditional copper telephone lines. Data can be
downloaded at speeds of up to 1.544 Megabits per second and uploaded at
speeds of 128 Kilobits per second (asymmetric).
An acronym for VoIP Plug & Play Management Software.
AP-VPMS
AddPac
Technology developed integrated management software for VoIP product
remote installation, real-time monitoring, network management on Graphic
User Interface (GUI).
An acronym for Application Programming Interface, an Interface which is used
API
for accessing an application or a service from a program.
An acronym for AddPac Internetworking Operation System,
APOS
AddPac
Technology developed operating system for network devices.
An acronym for Asynchronous Transfer Mode. It an International Cell Relay
ATM
standard sending various service such as voice, video and data as fixed size
(53bytes) cells. With the fixed size cells, the cell processing is mainly done by
hardware, so the transmission delay is significantly reduced. ATM is designed
for high transmission media such as E3, SONET, T3.
ATM
Information
highway
Super-
Starting from ‘1993, ATM information Super-highway was established to offer
data service and internet service to public offices by the Korean government.
Data service includes ATM, Dedicated line, packet switching, Frame relay and
Internet service includes Internet compound service and internet service via
ATM access lines.
ATM Forum
Establish by Cisco Systems, NET/ADAPTIVE, Northern Telecom, Sprint in
‘1991 for the development and acceleration of ATM technology star nards. It
encompasses the standard by ANSI and ITU-T, and further develops the
agreed terms of ATM standard.
Authentication
Authentication ensures that digital data transmissions are delivered to the
intended receiver. Authentication also assures the receiver of the integrity of
the message and its source (where or whom it came from).
BNC Connector
A standard connector connecting IEEE 802.3 10Base-2 coaxial cable to
MAU(Media Access Unit).
Boot Loader
The built-in chip on the printed circuit board generating booting command of
network equipment.
Bps
Bits per second. Refer to: bit rate.
Cable Modem
A modem designed to operate over cable TV lines. Because the coaxial cable
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used by cable TV provides much greater bandwidth than telephone lines, a
cable modem can be used to achieve more bandwidth.
Cable network also
requires modularization and demutualization process while sending the data.
Call Center
A call center is a central place where customer and other telephone calls are
handled by an organization, usually with some amount of computer
automation. Typically, a call center has the ability to handle a considerable
volume of calls at the same time, to screen calls and forward them to someone
qualified to handle them, and to log calls. Call centers are used by mail-order
catalog organizations, telemarketing companies, computer product help desks,
and any large organization that uses the telephone to sell or service products
and services.
Caller ID
A feature that displays the name and/or number of the calling party on the
phone's display when an incoming call is received. Virtually all digital phones as well as many analog phones - have this capability. While typically only the
number is received, most phones will display the name, if the number matches
an entry in the phone's built-in phone book.
Category 5 cabling
unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling. An Ethernet network operating at 10
Mbits/second (10BASE-T) will often tolerate low quality cables, but at 100
Mbits/second (10BASE-Tx) the cable must be rated as Category 5, or Cat 5 or
Cat V, by the Electronic Industry Association (EIA).
CBR
Constant Bit Rate. A data transmission that can be represented by a nonvarying, or continuous, stream of bits or cell payloads. Applications such as
voice circuits generate CBR traffic patterns. CBR is an ATM service type in
which the ATM network guarantees to meet the transmitter's bandwidth and
Quality of Service requirements
CES
An acronym for Circuit Emulation Service. enables users to multiplex or to
concentrate multiple circuit emulation streams for voice and video with packet
data on a single, high-speed ATM link without a separate ATM access
multiplexer.
Checksum
A computed value which is dependent upon the contents of a packet. This
value is sent along with the packet when it is transmitted. The receiving
system computes a new checksum based upon the received data and
compares this value with the one sent with the packet. If the two values are
the same, the receiver has a high degree of confidence that the data was
received correctly.
Coaxial cable
A cable with a single inner conductor with foam insulation and braided shield.
There are two types of this cable; 50Ω cable for digital signaling process and
75Ω cable for analog signal process and high speed digital signal process.
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CODEC
An acronym for COder-DECoder 1. Built-in circuit device for coding/decoding
of analog signal to bit stream with Pulse Code Modulation method. 2. DSP
software algorithm for compressing/ decompressing voice or audio signal
Console
DTE interface whether the command is delivered to the host.
CoS
Class of Service (CoS) is a way of managing traffic in a network by grouping
similar types of traffic (for example, e-mail, streaming video, voice, large
document file transfer) together and treating each type as a class with its own
level of service priority. Unlike Quality of Service (QoS) traffic management,
Class of Service technologies do not guarantee a level of service in terms of
bandwidth and delivery time; they offer a "best-effort."
Decryption
The process of converting encrypted data back into its original form, so it can
be understood.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A protocol which allows a host to obtain
configuration information, such as its IP address and the default router from a
server. This simplifies network administration because the software keeps
track of IP addresses. With DHCP device can have a different IP address
every time it connects to the network
DNS
Domain Name Server, an Internet service that translates domain names into
IP addresses.
DS-3
Digital signal level 3, A line capable of delivering 44.7 Mbps (44,700 Kbps) in
both directions
DSP
Digital Signal Processor.
Dedicated microprocessor for digital signal process.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency. Using two types of voice-band tones for dialing.
E&M
An acronym for recEive and transmit or ear and mouth. E&M interface uses
a RJ-48 telephone cable to connect remote calls from an IP network to PBX
trunk lines (tie lines) for local distribution. It is a signaling technique for twowire and four-wire telephone and trunk interfaces.
E1
The basic building block for European multi-megabit data rates, with a
bandwidth of 2.048Mbps.
Encryption
the manipulation of a packet's data in order to prevent any but the intended
recipient from reading that data.
Ethernet
Broadband LAN standard initiated by Xerox Corporation and co-developed by
Intel and DEC.
Utilizing CSMA/CD and the various cables of 10Mbps are
used. It is similar to IEEE 802.3. Refer to: 10Base-2, 10Base5, 10Base-F,
10Base-T, 10Broad-36, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.3.
FAX
Short for "FACSimile." In essence, a fax machine sends an electronic
"facsimile" or copy of the document. An optical scanner in the machine scans
the document and the resulting bit stream is then sent to the receiving
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machine via telephone line. The transmission and the reproduction at a
distance of still pictures printed matter and similar documented material
Frame
data that is transmitted between network points as a unit complete with
addressing and necessary protocol control information. A frame is usually
transmitted serial bit by bit and contains a header field and a trailer field that
"frame" the data. (Some control frames contain no data.)
Frame-Relay
Switching type Data Link Layer Protocol. Using HDLC capsule, process multinumber of virtual circuits between devices.
FTP
an acronym for File Transfer Protocol, a very common method of transferring
one or more files from one computer to another. Defined at RFC 959.
FXO
Foreign Exchange Office. An FXO interface connects to the Public Switched
Telephone Network (PSTN) central office and is the interface offered on a
standard telephone.
FXS
Foreign Exchange Station. An FXS interface connects directly to a standard
telephone and supplies ring, voltage, and dial tone.
G.711
Describes the 64-kbps PCM voice coding technique. In G.711, encoded voice
is already in the correct format for digital voice delivery in the PSTN or through
PBXs.
G.723.1
Describes a compression technique that can be used for compressing speech
or audio signal components at a very low bit rate as part of the H.324 family of
standards. This CODEC has two bit rates associated with it: 5.3 and 6.3 kbps.
The higher bit rate is based on ML-MLQ technology and provides a somewhat
higher quality of sound. The lower bit rate is based on CELP and provides
system designers with additional flexibility.
G.726
Describes ADPCM coding at 40, 32, 24 and 16 kbps. ADPCM encoded voice
can be interchanged between packet voice, PSTN, and PBX networks if the
PBX networks are configured to support ADPCM. Described in the ITU-T
standard in its G-series recommendations.
G.728
Describes a 16 kbps low-delay variation of CELP voice compression. CELP
voice coding must be translated into a public telephony format for delivery to
or through the PSTN. Described in the ITU-T standard in its G-series
recommendations..
Gatekeeper
The component of an H.323 conferencing system that performs call address
resolution, admission control, and subnet bandwidth management. H.323
entity on a LAN that provides address translation and control access to the
LAN for H.323 terminals and gateways. The gatekeeper can provide other
services to the H.323 terminals and gateways, such as bandwidth
management and locating gateways. A gatekeeper maintains a registry of
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devices in the multimedia network. The devices register with the gatekeeper at
startup and request admission to a call from the gatekeeper.
H.225
An International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) standard
session control and packetization.
for H.225.0
It defines various protocols of RAS,
Q.931, RTP and etc.
H.245
An International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) standard for H.245 endpoint control.
H.323
An International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) standard that describes
packet-based video, audio, and data conferencing.
HBD3
Line code type of E1 line.
HDLC
An acronym for High-Level Data Link Control. A transmission protocol for the
Data Link Layer. In HDLC, data is organized into a unit (called a frame) and
sent across a network to a destination that verifies its successful arrival.
Variations of HDLC are also used for the public networks that use the X.25
communications protocol and for frame relay, a protocol used in both and wide
area network, public and private.
Hookflash
Short on-hook period usually generated by a telephone-like device during a
call to indicate that the telephone is attempting to perform a dial-tone recall
from a PBX. Hookflash is often used to perform call transfer.
HTTP
An acronym for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. A file transfer protocol used by
web browser or web server for transmitting text or graphic files.
IPSec
Internet Protocol Security protocol, a framework for a set of protocols for
security at the network or packet processing layer of network communication.
Earlier security approaches have inserted security at the Application layer of
the communications model. IPsec is said to be especially useful for
implementing virtual private networks and for remote user access through dialup connection to private networks. A big advantage of IPsec is that security
arrangements can be handled without requiring changes to individual user
computers. Cisco has been a leader in proposing IPsec as a standard (or
combination of standards and technologies) and has included support for it in
its network routers.
IPv6
IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) is the latest level of the Internet Protocol (IP)
and is now included as part of IP support in many products including the major
computer operating systems. IPv6 has also been called "IPng" (IP Next
Generation). Formally, IPv6 is a set of specifications from the Internet
Engineering Task Force (IETF). IPv6 was designed as an evolutionary set of
improvements to the current IP Version 4. Network hosts and intermediate
nodes with either IPv4 or IPv6 can handle packets formatted for either level of
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the Internet Protocol. Users and service providers can update to IPv6
independently without having to coordinate with each other.
ISP
An ISP (Internet service provider) is a company that provides individuals and
other companies access to the Internet and other related services such as
Web site building and virtual hosting. An ISP has the equipment and the
telecommunication line access required to have a point-of-presence on the
Internet for the geographic area served. The larger ISPs have their own highspeed leased lines so that they are less dependent on the telecommunication
providers and can provide better service to their customers. Among the largest
national and regional ISPs are AT&T WorldNet, IBM Global Network, MCI,
Netcom, UUNet, and PSINet.
ITU-T
The ITU-T (for Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International
Telecommunications Union) is the primary international body for fostering
cooperative standards for telecommunications equipment and systems. It was
formerly known as the CCITT. It is located in Geneva, Switzerland
IVR
Interactive Voice Response (IVR) is a software application that accepts a
combination of voice telephone input and touch-tone keypad selection and
provides appropriate responses in the form of voice, fax, callback, e-mail and
perhaps other media. IVR is usually part of a larger application that includes
database access. Common IVR applications include: Bank and stock account
balances and transfers.
LAN
A local area network is a group of computers and associated devices that
share a common communications line and typically share the resources of a
single processor or server within a small geographic area (for example, within
an office building). LAN standard defines cable connection and signal
processing on Physical Layer and Data Link Layer.
Link
Network communication channels consisting of sending and receiving devices,
circuits, transmission path.
Usually refer to WAN connection.
Referred as
Line, or transmission link.
Loopback test
A loopback test is a test in which a signal in sent from a communications
device and returned (looped back) to it as a way to determine whether the
device is working right or as a way to pin down a failing node in a network.
MAC Address
Standardized data link layer address that is required for every port or device
that connects to a LAN. Other devices in the network use these addresses to
locate specific ports in the network and to create and update routing tables
and data structures. MAC addresses are 6 bytes long and are controlled by
the IEEE. Also known as a hardware address, MAC-layer address, and
physical address. Compare with network address.
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MAN
A data network designed for a town or city. MANs are considered larger than
LANs but smaller than WANs. Compare with: LAN, WAN.
MGCP
MGCP, also known as H.248 and Megaco, is a standard protocol for handling
the signaling and session management needed during a multimedia
conference. The protocol defines a means of communication between a media
gateway, which converts data from the format required for a circuit-switched
network to that required for a packet-switched network and the media gateway
controller. MGCP can be used to set up, maintain, and terminate calls between
multiple endpoints. Megaco and H.248 refer to an enhanced version of MGCP
NAT
NAT (Network Address Translation) is the translation of an Internet Protocol
address (IP address) used within one network to a different IP address known
within another network. One network is designated the inside network and the
other is the outside.
NTP
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol that is used to synchronize
computer clock times in a network of computers. In common with similar
protocols, NTP uses Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to synchronize
computer clock times to a millisecond, and sometimes to a fraction of a
millisecond.
PABX
Private Automatic Branch Exchange. A telephone switch for use inside a
corporation. It connects offices (internal extensions) with each other and
provides access (typically by dialing an access number such as 9) to the
public telephone network PABX is the preferred term in Europe, PBX is used
in the USA.
Packet
Packets contain a source and destination address as well as the actual
message. Packets also known as Datagrams.
PBX
A PBX (private branch exchange) is a telephone system within an enterprise
that switches calls between enterprise users on local lines while allowing all
users to share a certain number of external phone lines.
PING
Packet INternet Groper, a packet (small message) sent to test the validity /
availability of an IP address on a network
Point to Point Connection
Basic connection type.
In ATM, point to point connection is half duplex
connection between two ATM end systems or full duplex connection.
Pont to Multipoint
Basic connection type. In ATM, point to multipoint connection is half duplex
Connection
connection among one sending end system (root node) and multiple receiving
end system. Compare with: point-to-point connection.
POTS
Plain Old Telephone Service. Compare with: PSTN.
PPP
The most popular method for transporting IP packets over a serial link
between the user and the ISP. Developed in 1994 by the IETF and
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superseding the SLIP protocol, PPP establishes the session between the
user's computer and the ISP using its own Link Control Protocol (LCP). PPP
supports PAP, CHAP and other authentication protocols as well as
compression and encryption.
Protocol Stack
Any set of communication protocols, such as TCP/IP, that consists of two or
more layers of software and hardware. It's called a stack because each layer
builds on the functionality in the layer below
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network – term for the entire, world-wide
telephone network. Sometimes refers to as POTS.
PVC
Permanent Virtual Circuit or permanent virtual connection. A continuously
available communications path that connects two fixed end points.
Q.931 Signaling
ITU-T specification for network layer of ISDN. Q.931 uses out-of-band
signaling on the D-channel to control calls.
QoS
This refers to the assumption that data transmission rates, error rates, and
other characteristics can be measured, improved, and to some degree,
guaranteed in advance. Basically, QoS describes a collective measure of the
level of service a provider delivers to its customers or subscribers.
RAM
Random-Access Memory, a non-retentive memory, whose contents get lost
after a switch-off or reset. Application programs run in the random access
memory and data is stored and processed.
RAS
Registration Admission Status protocol. The communication protocol used to
convey registration, admission and status messages between H.323 endpoints
and the gatekeeper.
RISC
Reduced Instruction Set Computing
Router
On the Internet, a router is a device or, in some cases, software in a computer,
that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded
toward its destination. The router is connected to at least two networks and
decides which way to send each information packet based on its current
understanding of the state of the networks it is connected to. A router is
located at any gateway (where one network meets another), including each
Internet point-of-presence. A router is often included as part of a network
switch. Compare with: gateway. Refer to: relay.
RS-232
Most common Physical Layer interface. Known as EIA/TIA-232.
RTCP
Real-time Control Protocol (RTCP) is a companion protocol of RTP that is
used to maintain quality of service. Refer to: RTP(Real-Time Transport
Protocol).
RTP
1. Routing Table Protocol, VINES routing protocol based on RIP.
Distributes
network topology, and aids VINES servers in finding neighboring clients,
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servers, and routers. Uses delay as a routing metric. Refer to: SRTP.
2. Rapid Transport Protocol. Provides pacing and error recovery for APPN
data as it crosses the APPN network. With RTP, error recovery and flow
control are done end-to-end rather than at every node. RTP prevents
congestion rather than reacts to it.
3. Real-Time Transport Protocol. Commonly used with IP networks. RTP is
designed to provide end-to-end network transport functions for applications
transmitting real-time data, such as audio, video, or simulation data, over
multicast or unicast network services. RTP provides such services as payload
type
identification,
sequence
numbering,
time-stamping,
and
delivery
monitoring to real-time applications.
SIP
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an Internet Engineering Task Force
(IETF) standard protocol for initiating an interactive user session that involves
multimedia elements such as video, voice, chat, gaming, and virtual reality.
Like HTTP or SMTP, SIP works in the Application layer of the Open Systems
Interconnection (OSI) communications model. The Application layer is the
level responsible for ensuring that communication is possible. SIP can
establish multimedia sessions or Internet telephony calls, and modify, or
terminate them. The protocol can also invite participants to unicast or multicast
sessions that do not necessarily involve the initiator. Because the SIP supports
name mapping and redirection services, it makes it possible for users to
initiate and receive communications and services from any location, and for
networks to identify the users whatever they are. SIP is a request-response
protocol, dealing with requests from clients and responses from servers.
Participants are identified by SIP URLs. Requests can be sent through any
transport protocol, such as UDP, SCTP, or TCP. SIP determines the end
system to be used for the session, the communication media and media
parameters, and the called party's desire to engage in the communication.
Once these are assured, SIP establishes call parameters at either end of the
communication, and handles call transfer and termination. The Session
Initiation Protocol is specified in IETF Request for Comments [RFC] 2543.
SmartViewer
The real-time monitoring, statistical data search and management GUI based
software developed by AddPac Technology for AP-GK1000, AP-GK2000, APGK3000 models.
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol. Network management protocol used
almost exclusively in TCP/IP networks. SNMP provides a means to monitor
and control network devices, and to manage configurations, statistics
collection, performance, and security. Refer to: SGMP, SNMP2.
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T1
A TDM physical transmission standard consisting of two twisted wire pairs and
related equipment capable of carrying a 1.544 Mbps DS-1 signal. Term often
used interchangeably with DS-1. Refer to: AMI, B8ZS, DS-1.
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, The protocol suit developed
by DoD (USA) in 1970s for the worldwide inter-network development. TCP &
IP is the most well known protocols of the suite.
Telco
Refer to: IP, TCAP.
Telephone Company, referring to the company offering telephone service to
customers.
Typically, it refers to an individual company such as Bell
operating company offering local telephone service, however, sometimes local
telephony service providers are included.
Telnet
Standard Terminal Emulation program covered by TCP/IP protocol stack. Used
for remote terminal connection. Via Telnet, users can log-in to the system
and operate the resources as working on the local system.
Defined on RFC
854.
VCI
the address or label of a VC; a value stored in a field in the ATM cell header
that identifies an individual virtual channel to which the cell belongs. VCI
values may be different for each data link hop of an ATM virtual connection.
VDSL
New DSL technology that accepts bandwidths of up to 27 Mbps over relatively
short distances. VDSL, in the process of being standardized, allows symmetric
or asymmetric throughputs that are much higher than other xDSL standards
(up to 27 Mbps when downloading and 3 Mbps when uploading under
asymmetric or 14 Mbps in symmetric), as well as the simultaneous transport of
ISDN (Numeris) services but with much shorter ranges that do not exceed 900
m to 1 km. In practice, this technique may require the deployment of optical
remotes and the setting up of active equipment in the local loop. Compare
with: ADSL, HDSL, SDSL.
VoATM
Voice Over ATM. Voice over ATM enables an ATM switch to carry voice traffic
(for example, telephone calls and faxes) over an ATM network. When sending
voice traffic over ATM, the voice traffic is encapsulated using AAL1/AAL2 ATM
packets.
VoFR
Voice Over Frame Relay. Voice over Frame Relay enables a router to carry
voice traffic (for example, telephone calls and faxes) over a Frame Relay
network. When sending voice traffic over Frame Relay, the voice traffic is
segmented and encapsulated for transit across the Frame Relay network
using FRF.12 encapsulation.
VoHDLC
Voice Over HDLC. Voice over HDLC enables a router to carry live voice traffic
(for example, telephone calls and faxes) back-to-back to a second router over
a serial line.
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VoIP
VoIP (Voice delivered using the Internet Protocol) is a term used in IP
telephony for a set of facilities for managing the delivery of voice information
using the Internet Protocol (IP). In general, this means sending voice
information in digital form in discrete packets rather than in the traditional
circuit-committed protocols of the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
A major advantage of VoIP and Internet telephony is that it avoids the tolls
charged by ordinary telephone service.
VPN
Virtual Private Network, VPN allows IP traffic to travel securely over a public
TCP/IP network by encrypting all traffic from one network to another. A VPN
uses "tunneling" to encrypt all information at the IP level.
WAN
A network that covers a large geographical area. Typical WAN technologies
include point-to-point, X.25 and frame relay. Compare with: LAN, MAN.
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