DVG-2030S
Operation Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
PREFACE .................................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
DOCUMENT CONTROL .............................................................................................................4
REVISION HISTORY................................................................................................................4
GLOSSARY ...........................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTION ............................................... 5
2.1.1. Features ..................................................................................................................................................5
2.2
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................................6
2.2.1. Front Panel.............................................................................................................................................6
2.2.2. Rear Panel ..............................................................................................................................................6
2.3
INSTALL PROCEDURE ..............................................................................................................7
2.3.1. Site Environment Preparation ................................................................................................................7
2.3.2. System Requirement................................................................................................................................8
2.3.3. Cable Connection Procedure .................................................................................................................8
3
NETWORK SETTING OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTER .................. 10
3.1
3.2
4
SETTING UP THE TCP/IP ...................................................................................................... 10
VERIFICATION OF TCP/IP CONFIGURATION ................................................................................ 15
QUICK SETUP ............................................... 17
4.1
PROVISIONING REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................... 17
4.2
CONFIGURING THE LOCAL COMPUTER TO ACCESS IAD VIA CRAFT PORT ............................................. 17
4.3
CHECKING THE IP OF THE LOCAL COMPUTER ............................................................................... 17
4.4
QUICK CONFIGURATION FOR DVG-2030S.................................................................................. 17
4.4.1. Step 1. Enter the IP of the IAD .............................................................................................................17
4.4.2. Step 2. Enter “User Name” & “Password”.........................................................................................18
4.4.3. Step 3. SETUP-WAN Interface .............................................................................................................18
4.4.3.1.
Static IP....................................................................................................................................................... 18
DHCP............................................................................................................................................................................... 19
4.4.4. Step 4. Setup Telephone Number ..........................................................................................................19
4.4.5. Step 5. Dial Plan...................................................................................................................................22
4.4.6. Step 6. CODEC Setup...........................................................................................................................22
4.4.7. Step 6. Restart.......................................................................................................................................22
4.5
USAGE OF IP TELEPHONE ...................................................................................................... 23
4.5.1. Dialing ( to use the telephone ).............................................................................................................23
4.5.2. Answering ( to answer the telephone )..................................................................................................24
5
CONFIGURE DVG-2030S VIA WEB ................................... 25
5.1
MENU ITEM CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................. 25
5.2
FUNCTION OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................... 25
5.2.1. Main Application ..................................................................................................................................26
5.3
SETUP ............................................................................................................................. 27
5.3.1. LAN Interface .......................................................................................................................................27
LAN Setup ....................................................................................................................................................................... 27
5.3.1.1.
DHCP Server............................................................................................................................................... 27
5.3.2.
WAN Interface.......................................................................................................................................28
5.3.2.1.
WAN Setup ................................................................................................................................................. 28
MAC Cloning................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Dynamic DNS .................................................................................................................................................................. 29
5.3.3.
VoIP Service..........................................................................................................................................30
Basic Setup....................................................................................................................................................................... 30
ADVANCED ........................................................................................................................ 32
5.4
5.4.1. Networking ...........................................................................................................................................32
Routing............................................................................................................................................................................. 32
UPnP ................................................................................................................................................................................ 33
SNTP................................................................................................................................................................................ 33
SNMP............................................................................................................................................................................... 33
QoS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 34
Remote Manage ............................................................................................................................................................... 35
5.4.2.
Voice Setting .........................................................................................................................................36
SIP Signaling.................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Dial Plan........................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Codec Setup ..................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Call Features .................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Service Code .................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Advanced ......................................................................................................................................................................... 40
5.5
UTILITY............................................................................................................................ 40
5.5.1. System Command..................................................................................................................................40
Backup Setting ................................................................................................................................................................. 40
Restore Setting ................................................................................................................................................................. 41
Firmware Update.............................................................................................................................................................. 41
Temp. Threshold............................................................................................................................................................... 41
Restart .............................................................................................................................................................................. 41
5.5.2.
Security .................................................................................................................................................42
User Management ............................................................................................................................................................ 42
5.5.3.
Diagnose Tools .....................................................................................................................................42
Ping Test........................................................................................................................................................................... 42
5.6
STATUS ............................................................................................................................ 43
5.6.1. General Info..........................................................................................................................................43
Product Info...................................................................................................................................................................... 43
5.6.2.
Network Status ......................................................................................................................................43
Interface Status................................................................................................................................................................. 43
5.6.3.
VoIP Status............................................................................................................................................44
Phone Status ..................................................................................................................................................................... 44
5.6.4.
System Log............................................................................................................................................45
Event Log......................................................................................................................................................................... 45
6
COMMAND LINE INTERFACE (CLI) .............................. 47
6.1
CLI CONNECTION ............................................................................................................... 47
6.1.1. Connecting to the CLI via Telnet..........................................................................................................47
6.1.2. Connecting to the CLI interface through the console port ...................................................................47
6.1.3. Login to the CLI interface.....................................................................................................................47
6.2
SYSTEM COMMAND .............................................................................................................. 48
6.3
SET PASSWORD .................................................................................................................. 49
6.4
CRAFT (LAN) INTERFACE..................................................................................................... 50
6.5
WAN INTERFACE ................................................................................................................ 51
6.6
SIP COMMAND ................................................................................................................... 53
6.6.1.1.
6.6.1.2.
6.6.1.3.
6.6.1.4.
6.6.1.5.
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
RFC2833 ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
RFC3262 ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
SIP Signaling............................................................................................................................................... 53
Voice CODEC ............................................................................................................................................. 55
Others.......................................................................................................................................................... 55
DHCP SERVER ................................................................................................................... 56
DNS SERVER ..................................................................................................................... 57
UPNP ..............................................................................................................................57
STATIC ROUTE ................................................................................................................... 58
SNMP ............................................................................................................................. 58
CLONE ............................................................................................................................. 59
DDNS (DYNAMIC DNS) ....................................................................................................... 59
SNTP(TOD)..................................................................................................................... 60
QOS ............................................................................................................................... 61
IP PACKET FILTER CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................... 63
MAC PACKET FILTER CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................... 63
NAPT CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................ 64
RIP ................................................................................................................................ 65
6.19
6.20
MONITOR ......................................................................................................................... 65
6.20.1.
Hardware Status...............................................................................................................................65
6.20.2.
Event Log .........................................................................................................................................65
6.20.3.
ARP Table ........................................................................................................................................65
6.20.3.1.
6.20.3.2.
6.20.3.3.
Routing Table .............................................................................................................................................. 66
IP packet filter Table ................................................................................................................................... 66
MAC Filter Table ........................................................................................................................................ 66
6.21
CALLER ID DISPLAY ............................................................................................................. 66
6.22
UTILITY............................................................................................................................ 67
6.22.1.
Ping Test...........................................................................................................................................67
6.22.2.
Software Upgrade ............................................................................................................................67
6.23
LOOP TEST FEATURE ............................................................................................................ 68
6.23.1.
Resistance Measurements ................................................................................................................68
6.23.2.
Voltage Measurements .....................................................................................................................68
6.23.3.
Capacitance Measurements .............................................................................................................69
6.23.4.
Current Measurements.....................................................................................................................69
6.23.5.
GR909 TEST ....................................................................................................................................70
7
NETWORK MANAGEMENT ........................................ 71
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.14
7.15
8
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MTAVOICEINTERFACEGROUP................................................................................................... 72
MTASYSTEMMODEGROUP ...................................................................................................... 73
MTAWANINTERFACEGROUP ................................................................................................... 73
MTALANINTERFACEGROUP..................................................................................................... 74
MTADHCPSERVCONFIGURATIONGROUP..................................................................................... 74
MTANATCONFIGURATIONGROUP ............................................................................................. 74
MTADNSCONFIGURATIONGROUP ............................................................................................. 74
MTARIPCONFIGURATIONGROUP .............................................................................................. 75
MTASNMPCONFIGURATIONGROUP ........................................................................................... 75
MTAPORTSTATUSGROUP ........................................................................................................ 75
SUMMARY ......................................................................................................................... 76
SNMP VERSION 2.1- TRAPS .............. ...................................................................................... 76
SECURITY ......................................................................................................................... 79
MTACONTROLSGROUP
SOFTWARE UPGRADE .......................................... 80
8.1
8.2
9
MTAFIRMWAREGROUP
SOFTWARE UPGRADE PROCEDURE ............................................................................................ 80
SOFTWARE UPGRADE MODE ................................................................................................... 80
APPENDIX A: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ....................... 81
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
TELEPHONY ....................................................................................................................... 81
PERFORMANCE ................................................................................................................... 81
OAM&P........................................................................................................................... 82
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................ 82
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Note:
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Reprinting and duplicating the portion or all of the contents of this manual is prohibited.
The specifications and information regarding the products in this manual are subject to change without
notice.
All statements, information, and recommendations in this manual are believed to be accurate but are
presented without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Users must take full responsibility for their
application of any products.
The software license and limited warranty for the accompanying product are set forth in the information
packet that shipped with the product and are incorporated herein by this reference.
Please read this manual carefully
before installation
For further safety, there are some symbols in this manual are highlighted with various graphics
as below to indicate important information.
Warning Must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury.
Caution Must be observed to avoid damage to the equipment.
The following symbols explain that if someone handles the product erroneously may cause
the harm to the customer or the property.
Prohibit Electricity High
Temperature
Ignite Prohibition item has been shown.
Represent the possibility of electricity has been shown.
Represent the possibility of the injury due to high
temperature has been shown.
Represent the possibility of smoke or igniting has been
shown.
When using this product
Warning
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Do not insert objects through the slots. Take care not to
spill liquid on this product.
z
Place this product on a flat, stable surface that is larger
than this product. This product will not operate properly
if it is tilted or at an angle.
z Do not touch the power supply with the moist hands.
z Only Use the AC units included with this product.
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z
Please inspect and clean the AC units every half of one
year or one year.
z
Do not use a damaged or frayed power cord.
z
Use only the type of power source indicated on this
product label.
z
Unplug the power cord subject to abnormal heat,
smoke, sound and smells.
z
Do not attempt to service this product yourself.
(Disassemble, repair, and modify included).
z
Do not block the openings in this product’s cabinet.
z
Do not place or storage this product in humidity.
z
When the product moves to the place subject to rapid
changes in temperature, please do not use immediately.
z
Please keep the product away from the place where is
high temperature.
z
Please unplug the power cord during lightning.
z
After using this product long period of time, unplug the
power cord from the outlet.
When choosing a place for this product
When installing this product, please pay attention to the followings especially. Because of it,
this product may cause damaged.
Caution
z
The room where this product is operated must maintain
a temperature between 0~60° C and the humidity
between 5~90 %( non-condensing).
z Do not place this product at the place where always be
stepped on the power cord.
Prohibit
z Do not place this product outside.
z Keep it away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
z Please do not place this product in dusty place.
z Avoid places subject to shocks.
z Do not place this product near the liquid, including water
or oil.
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Characteristics
DVG-2030S equipped IP telephone function, and it is the broadband router.
z z z Thirty RJ-11 Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) port for IP telephony
Equipping two 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet interfaces with auto detection (crossover/non-crossover). The Ethernet link speed of 10Mbps/100Mbps, duplex/half duplex communication methods are recognized automatically.
z Equipping security protect function
z The IP filter and the modification of setting restrict the packet which passes DVG-2030S.
z z z Because the DHCP server is loaded, network setting of the personal computer can be
simplified.
Configure all kinds of settings through the web browser. (Initial setting for the browser is
http://192.168.1.1)
Software upgrades over the network for new and improved services.
Copyright Statement
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form by any means without the prior
written permission. Other trademarks or brand names mentioned herein are trademarks
or registered trademarks of their respective company.
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1 Preface
1.1 Document Control
Document ID
Document Name
Document Version
Originator
Approval Date
Status
Approver
DVG-2030S
V0002=V0.02
2005/02/15
Approval
1.2 Revision History
Version
Date
Author(s)
V0.01
V0.02
Nov 02, 2004
Jan 17, 2005
Jack Lin
Jack Lin
Major Changes
Initial Draft
Base on v2.02 to modify this manual
1.3 Glossary
List and describe here any and all terms and acronyms used in this document that may be unfamiliar to the
audience.
Term
IAD
DUT
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Definition
Integrate Access Device
Device Under Test
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2 Introduction
The DVG-2030S provides cost-effective, toll-quality telephone voice, modem and fax calls over the packet switching
network such as the Internet. The analog telephony information could be packetized and transported over the
Internet Protocol (IP), offering reliable transmission via the existing packet switching network.
The excellent flexibility of WAN interface allows connecting with a broadband access media on ADSL/Cable
Modem that provide a fast way to connect with the DVG-2030S via backbone network. To provide multiple user a
low cost, high performance telephone call.
2.1.1. Features
z Support RFC2543bis04 SIP (Session Initiation Protocol).
z Compliant to RFC3261 SIP (Session Initiation Protocol).
z RJ-11 * 30 Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) ports for IP telephony.
z Telephone ports on a single RJ21X 64-PIN female connector
z Up to 30 simultaneous voice calls
z Support simultaneous voice and data communications, voice conversations in the FXS port with
CODEC: G.711(a-law/μ-law), G.723, G.729 support.
z Connecting to the broadband access network via an auto-negotiated 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
interface
z Support IPv4 routing function.
z Support DHCP client in WAN interface and LAN interface (CRAFT) provides a DHCP server.
z Support Network Time Protocol (NTP) and Event Log
z Support SNMP Network Management and Private MIB
z Software remote upgrade with FTP, TFTP or HTTP
z Remote configuration and diagnosis through Web Browser, Telnet, Console, and SNMP
z Configurable QoS tagging (VLAN/Diffserv/ToS) on voice egress packet
z Echo Cancellation
z Comfort Noise Generation (CNG)
z DTMF detection and generation
z Modem and FAX detection and transport
z Software Configurable Audio Gain Control
z DNS proxy
z Support IP filter and MAC filer for Internet security.
z Support Line Polarity Reversal
z IP static routing/NAPT/RIP
z Support IP filter and MAC filter for Internet security.
z DNS proxy
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z Line test function
2.2 Physical Description
2.2.1. Front Panel
2.2.2. Rear Panel
AC Power
Connect to the AC power source.
Range: 90 ~ 264VAC
Frequency: 47 ~ 63 Hz
Current: 2.0A (max.) at 115VAC-60Hz, 1.0 A (max.) at 230VAC-50Hz
Connector & Button
Connector/Button
Description
Connect to local computer via COM port.
Console
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One DB-9 Female connector, the operating baud rate is
115200bps.
WAN
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T RJ-45 connectors for connection to
broadband access device.
CRAFT (LAN)
One Ethernet 10/100 Base-T RJ-45 connector, Connect to local
computer via an Ethernet connection.
Reset Default
To reset device to factory defaults, power off the gateway box
first. Push a small, stiff object into the Reset hole and press down
the button. Keep pressing and power on the gateway, then release
the button once the power is on.
VoIP (RJ-21 connector)
Telephony connector. RJ-21*64-PIN connector for connecting to 30
terminals (telephone/fax/modem) with telephone cord.
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Connector/Button
FG (Frame Ground
Connector)
Description
Connect to earth ground in use.(note: reference to 2.3.1)
LED Indicator
The LEDs on the front panel provides status indication of DVG-2030S operation as described below:
Label
Power
Call Agent
WAN
CRAFT (LAN)
VoIP 1~30
Status
Description
Amber Solid
Power On
Amber Off
Power Off
Green Solid
SIP registration is successful
Green Blink
SIP registration is in progress
Green Off
SIP registration is failed
Green Solid
WAN port gets IP and ready
Green Blink
Data traffic
Green Off
WAN port does not get IP or Ethernet
link down
Green Solid
Cable is connected.
Green Blink
Data traffic
Green Off
Cable is not connected.
Green Solid
Off hook
Green Blink
Phone is ringing
Green Off
Off-hooking or in VoIP conversation
2.3 Install procedure
Before installation, please check the following requirements with your system:
2.3.1. Site Environment Preparation
z The dimensions are: 430mm (W) x 44mm (H) x 380mm (D). The DVG-2030S can be mounted in
a 19 -inch rack with ears and screws.
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z Operating temperature: 0~60 ℃, the ambient temperature is other than the requirement, an air
conditioner might be needed.
z Humidity: 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
z AC power source: 90 to 264 V, 47 to 63 Hz.
z Rear panel need connect with a protective earth shell be provided, which has a permanent
connection to protective earth with a cross-sectional area of not less than 2.5 mm2.
z Lightning Protection:
a. Install the device including all the wiring connected to the device in a lightning-protected or
lightning-free area.
b. Ensure the line Tip and Ring wire will not be exposed to any positive voltage transient
(compare to power ground) or voltage lower than -85V.
2.3.2. System Requirement
z Internet access, via cable or ADSL modem with Ethernet Interface.
z A computer equipped with 10/100Base-T Ethernet card and with TCP/IP protocol installed.
z Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 / Netscape 7.0 or later version (for web configuration).
z One standard phone set (DTMF/10pps/20pps) and phone.
z Subscribe to a VoIP system company (VoIP service provider) for VoIP services.
2.3.3. Cable Connection Procedure
Connect the following cables to the IAD.
z WAN connection – connect to the broadband service.
Connect one end of RJ-45 Ethernet cord to the WAN port of the IAD; plug the other end to the Ethernet
jack of the broadband access device.
z Telephony Connector – connect to the analog telephony device.
Connect the analog telephony device to the Telephony Connector. If a 90° turn cover kit connector is in
used, tighten the only screw provided with the connector to the female connection on the IAD and use
the Velcro tape to secure and strengthen the connection. If a 180° cover kit of the connector is in used,
tighten the 2 screws provided with the connection to the female connection on the IAD.
z CRAFT (LAN) connection – connect to a single PC.
Attach one end of a “straight-through” RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the CRAFT port of the IAD; plug the other
end to the Ethernet port of the local computer. After the cable connections described above is done,
connect the power connector with the power source.
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Power connection – Connect to the power source.
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Turn off the DC power switch of front panel. Connect the AC/DC power cord to the correct port on the
front panel, and the other end to a power source. Turn on the DC power switch of front panel, if DC
power fed. The Power LED will be lit in amber color to indicate the device is having power. The
WAN/CRAFT LEDs will be lit in green color if the device is connected with the other network devices
respectively.
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3 Network setting of the personal computer
Using LAN cable to connect with device and personal computer. It is possible to access device via Web
Browser. The hardware of the personal computer is necessary to access device, as well as the software.
Hardware:
.The personal computer which has Ethernet interface or Ethernet NIC (Network Interface Card) equipped.
Concerning the setting method of the Ethernet interface, please refer to the
manual which belongs to the personal computer or the Ethernet card.
Software:
z
Web browser software〈 For Windows〉
Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver. 6.0 or later version Netscape Communicator Ver.7.0 or later version z
Web browser software〈 For Macintosh 〉
Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver. 5.0 3.1 Setting up the TCP/IP
In order to accessing device from the PC, it is necessary to set up TCP/IP protocol for Ethernet interface.
Here, it explains the steps to set up the TCP /IP.
(LAN) has the function which automatically assigns IP address
( DHCP server function ). If the setting which can acquire IP address automatically on
personal computer side is done, it is possible to access immediately.
For Windows XP
Setting the TCP/IP
1.
please click [ Start ] -> selecting [ Control Panel ]
2.
Click the [ Network and Internet Connections ] and then select the [ Network Connections ] icon.
3.
Select the [ Local Area Connection ] icon for the applicable Ethernet adapter. Double-click the [ Local
Area Connection ].
4.
The [ Local Area Connection ] Status screen will appear. Click the [ Properties ] button.
5.
Select [ Internet Protocol (the TCP/IP) ] and click the [ Properties ] button.
6.
Select [ Obtain an IP address automatically ]
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7.
Please select [ Obtain DNS server address automatically ].
8.
Please click [ OK ] To complete the PC configuration.
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For Windows 2000
Setting the TCP/IP
1. Please click [ Start ] -> [ Setting ] -> selecting [ Control Panel ] .
2. Double-click [ Network and Dial-Up connection ].
3. Select the [ Local Area Connection ] icon for the applicable Ethernet adapter. Double-click the [ Local
Area Connection ].
4. Select [ Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) ] and click the [ Properties ] button.
5. Select [ Obtain an IP address automatically ]
6. Please select [ Obtain DNS server address automatically ].
7. Please click [ OK ] to complete the PC configuration
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For Windows ME/98/95
Setting the TCP/IP
1.
Please click [ Start ] -> [ Setting ] ->selecting [ Control Panel ] .
2.
Double-click [ Network ].
3.
Select the [ TCP/IP ] line for the applicable Ethernet adapter. Click the [ Properties ].
4.
Select [ Obtain an IP address automatically ]
5.
Please click [ OK ] and click [ Yes ] to restart the PC.
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For Macintosh ( Mac OS X )
Setting the TCP/IP
1.
Select 「 System Preferences 」from Apple Menu.
2.
Click 「 Network 」icon in the System Preferences window,
3.
Leave the 「 Location 」drop-down menu set to "Automatic".
4.
From the 「 Configure 」 menu just below the location menu, select "Built-in Ethernet".
5.
Click on the 「 TCP/IP 」 tab to display the TCP/IP panel.
6.
From the TCP/IP panel's 「 Configure 」 drop-down menu, select "Using DHCP".
7.
After making any changes click on the 「 Save 」button below
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3.2 Verification of TCP/IP configuration
The following procedures verify the IP address which is assigned to the personal computer.
ATTENTION: When appropriate IP address is not assigned, it cannot access device. Please renew the IP
address when the PC cannot be assigned correct IP address. After verifying the following points, please restart
your personal computer.
z Is the LAN cable connected? ( Does CRAFT LED light up? )
z Is TCP/IP protocol configured properly? ( Refer 3.1 Setting up the TCP/IP )
z Is the Ethernet card installed?
For Windows XP/ 2000
Please click [ Start ] - [ All Programs ] ( for Windows 2000 [ Programs ] ) - [ Accessories ] and select
[ Command Prompt ].
Please type 「 ipconfig 」and hit「 Enter 」
Setting contents of the TCP/IP are indicated on the line of 「 IP Address 」
If the IP address information which is allotted to the personal computer is not correct. Please type
「 ipconfig/renew 」 and hit 「 Enter 」, renew IP address.
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For Windows ME/98/95 Please click [ Start ] - and select [ RUN ] [ RUN ] the dialogue box is indicated.
Please type「 winipcfg 」in the input column and press「 OK 」
[ IP configuration ] are indicated . Select your adapter name — the Ethernet card or USB device. Click [ Renew ] then click 「 OK 」
For Macintosh ( Mac OS X later ) 1.
Select 「 System Preferences 」from Apple Menu.
2.
Click 「 Network 」icon in the System Preferences window.
3.
Please verify that IP address which is indicated.
For Mac OS, it is impossible to update IP address information using command. Please
unplug and plug the LAN cable wire, or restart the personal computer.
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4 Quick Setup
This chapter describes basic configurations to quickly set up the IAD. For advanced features such as VLAN,
TOD, SNMP and other functions, please refer to next chapters.
4.1 Provisioning Requirements
The following is the basic requirements for Quick Set Up:
z z Broadband Ethernet access to the Call Agent.
A local computer equipped with:
- 10/100Base-T Ethernet connection
- Support TCP/IP protocol
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later (for web configuration).
z
For provisioning verification, at least one standard touch-tone telephone connected to the IAD via a
telephony cable.
4.2 Configuring the local computer to access IAD via CRAFT port
The easiest way to access the IAD is through the local CRAFT port. In order to access the IAD through the local
CRAFT port, the local PC and the IAD’s IP must under the same subnet. By default, the IP of the CRAFT port is
192.168.1.1 and the DHCP server is enabled (to assign IP address to the devices connected to the CRAFT port).
To set the PC in the same subnet as the IAD, configure the PC to either fixed or dynamic IP addressing.
4.3 Checking the IP of the local computer
Please refer chapter 3.
4.4 Quick configuration for DVG-2030S
Follow the steps below to quickly set up the IAD.
4.4.1. Step 1. Enter the IP of the IAD
Launch the web browser, enter the IP of the IAD (factory default 192.168.1.1) on the browser’s URL field, and
press Enter.
Home page - DVG-2030S will display this page while user access every time
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4.4.2. Step 2. Enter “User Name” & “Password”
Click “SETUP / ADVANCE / UTILITY / STATUS”. Device will ask user key in “Username” and “Password”.
The administrator’s name and password. The factory default settings are:
z User Name: admin
z Password: admin
DVG-2030S will show the system information (firmware version and WAN port information), if login successful.
4.4.3. Step 3. SETUP-WAN Interface
Click SETUP Æ WAN SETUP Æ chose WAN interface type Æ fill WAN port information in associated fields Æ Apply.
4.4.3.1.
Static IP
If "Static" is selected, then filling in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Hostname,
Primary DNS and Secondary DNS in associated fields.
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DHCP
If "DHCP" is selected, then filling in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and
Hostname in associated fields. WAN port is supposed to obtain a dynamic IP address from the DHCP
server along with other DHCP options
Automatic from ISP: Configure DNS server automatically or manually.
4.4.4. Step 4. Setup Telephone Number
z Service Domain: Domain Name address
z Register Server Address: Enter register server IP address
z Proxy Server Address: Enter Proxy server IP address
z Proxy Server Port: Default port number is 5060
z Phone Number:Enter the phone number that the user would like to use.
z Caller ID Name: Caller ID displayed on called party.
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z Authentication ID:Enter the register ID that goes with this telephone number.
z Password:Enter the password that goes with this telephone number.
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4.4.5. Step 5. Dial Plan
Setup VoIP dial plan to provide a rule for VoIP outgoing call.
Dial plan can be configured with following characters: "0~9", "x", ".T", "|", "[ ]"
z “0-9”: Digit can be configured with 0~9.
z “x”: Define how many digits can be used in dial plan.
z “.T”: Digits will be sent after timeout. Without timeout character, digits will be sent
immediately after finish dialing. (Default 3 sec.)
z “|”: To separate dial plan from others.
z
“[]”: If digits can be configured in various type, we can use a square bracket to define this digit.
ex.
If we configure dial plan as [1-3]xxxx|xxxx.T then dial
(1) 14567 or 24567 or 34567, digits will be sent immediately after finish dialing.
(2) 4123 or 5123 or 61234, the front four digits will be sent after timeout.
4.4.6. Step 6. CODEC Setup
It provides G.711μ, G.711A, G.729 and G.723 CODEC to transfer voice.
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4.5 Usage of IP telephone
Owing to device, here is the introduction of dialing and answering the IP telephone.
4.5.1. Dialing ( to use the telephone )
Using telephone, FAX, modem or the FAX equipped telephone with the standard telephone cord connects to
the Phone port of DVG-2030S.
Pick up the headset.
Dial the telephone number after receive dial tone.
Distinguish the standard telephone and the IP telephone from the ring back tone
When the callee answers the phone, please speak.
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When the conversation ends, please hang up the phone.
4.5.2. Answering ( to answer the telephone )
The telephone rings.
Pick up the headset and answer the telephone.
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5 Configure DVG-2030S via Web
This chapter will show you how to configure device to function as Internet connectivity and VoIP service
through Main Application. Detail description of device's configuration web page will be described later. If not
having the relative information, please contact the ISP before proceeding.
5.1 Menu Item Configuration
This web configuration is displayed while connecting to device via web browser.
1. Open the web browser
ATTENTION: Remember to enable "Java Script" on the web browser.
2. Please input the following HTTP-URL address in the address column of Web browser, and press "Enter".
http://192.168.1.1/ (It's default value of LAN IP address)
3. Input correct user name and password and click "Log On"
User Name:admin
Password:admin
The above user name and password are default values. For security reason, it is better to change them
after the router works normally. To modify the username and password, please refer to "Utility" item.
4.
DVG-2030S Web Configuration
The web page configuration is divided into menu frame and operation frame. If any item in menu frame
such as "HOME", "SETUP", "ADVANCED", "UTILITY" or "STATUS" is selected, the content of
operation frame may vary.
5.2 Function Overview
The Function Overview page is displayed in the main window when connecting device Web system.
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5.2.1. Main Application
The device Web system can access the following features:
Page
Home
Item
System Info.
Internet Info.
LAN Interface
Setup
Advanced
Utility
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Interface
Sub-Item
LAN Setup
DHCP Server
WAN Setup
MAC Cloning
Dynamic DNS
VoIP Service Basic Setup
Routing
UPnP
SNTP
Networking
SNMP
QoS
Remote
Manage
SIP Signaling
Dial Plan
Codec Setup
Voice Setting
Call Features
Service Code
Advanced
Backup Setting
Restore Setting
Firmware
System
Update
Command
Temp.
Threshold
Restart
User
Security
Management
Description
Show F/W and H/W version of device.
Show MAC, mode and IP address of WAN interface
Select to assign LAN IP address and Subnet Mask.
Select to configure DHCP Server, IP pool and lease time.
Select to configure a new WAN connection.
Select to copy the MAC address of your computer's network card into
the gateway.
Select to setup dynamic DNS feature.
Select to setup your VoIP account and service.
Configure static and NAPT.
Configure UPnP settings.
Select SNTP to configure time server on Internet.
Configure SNMP Management.
Configure quality of service settings.
Allows you to make changes to gateway's settings via the internet.
Configure the SIP signaling parameters.
Configure the dial plan.
Select to setup your preferred Codec.
Select to configure call wait, call hold...etc.
Select to configure call feature via keypad operation.
Select to setup out of band DTMF, and telephone setting.
Backup current settings.
Restore gateway configuration.
Upgrade the Gateway Firmware.
Configure temperature threshold of gateway.
Restart Gateway.
Configure User Name and password.
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Status
Diagnose
Tools
General Info.
Network
Status
VoIP Status
System Log
Ping Test
Run a Ping Test.
Product Info.
Interface
Status
Phone Status
Event Log
View the Product Information and Software Versions.
View the Statistics of different interfaces - Ethernet/DSL.
View the phone status
View Event Log messages.
5.3 Setup
5.3.1. LAN Interface
LAN Setup
User can assign IP address and Subnet Mask for LAN Interface of DVG-2030S.
5.3.1.1.
DHCP Server
DHCP Server:Allows you to enable (ON) or disable (OFF) DHCP server on the LAN side (default value is
ON).
Start IP:If DHCP Server is set to be ON, specify the first of the contiguous IP addresses to be assigned to
client machines on your LAN (the default value is 192.168.1.10).
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End IP: Enter the end of IP addresses to be assigned (default value is 192.168.1.109). Lease Time:Specify the time (in seconds) that a network device can lease a private IP address before the device reassigning the IP address (default value is 86400 sec). 5.3.2. WAN Interface
Device can obtain WAN IP address through one of the following methods.
5.3.2.1.
z WAN Setup
Static IP
If "Static" is selected, then filling in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Hostname,
Primary DNS and Secondary DNS in associated fields.
z DHCP
If "DHCP" is selected, then filling in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and
Hostname in associated fields. WAN port is supposed to obtain a dynamic IP address from the DHCP
server along with other DHCP options.
Automatic from ISP: Configure DNS server automatically or manually.
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MAC Cloning
The ISP may record the MAC address of the user’s computer and only let that particular computer
connect to the Internet service. The gateway clone the MAC of the user’s computer, then the gateway
and the computer behind it can connect to the Internet. User must assess from LAN(CRAFT) port to
execute this service.
Dynamic DNS
The Dynamic DNS service allows the gateway to alias a dynamic IP address to a static hostname,
allowing the gateway to be more easily accessed from various locations on the Internet.
The user has to register on “members.dyndns.org” first, and then they can use this function.
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5.3.3. VoIP Service
Basic Setup
z Service Domain: Domain Name address
z Register Server Address: Enter register server IP address z Proxy Server Address: Enter Proxy server IP address z Proxy Server Port: Default port number is 5060 z Phone Number:Enter the phone number that the user would like to use. z Caller ID Name: Caller ID displayed on called party.
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5.4 Advanced
Device provide advanced functions in this page.
5.4.1. Networking
Routing
A Static Route is a manually defined path that redirects the IP packets to proper network. In most situations,
users do not need to define static IP routes. User may need to define routes if:
„ „ The network setup includes one or more routers that divide the network into two or more segments.
User want to connect to a remote network that is beyond a directly connected node.
Destination Address/Mask:The destination IP address/mask of the network where data packets are to be
sent.
Gateway:The IP address of the interface linking to the remote network where data packets are to be sent
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UPnP
User enables this function and the gateway can register to SIP server behind a NAT router. Device support
UPnP control point only.
SNTP
The gateway keeps time by connecting to a Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server. This allow the
gateway to synchronize the system clock to the global Internet. The synchronized clock in the gateway is used
to record the security log.
NTP Status While System Start UP:To enable or disable the functionality here.
Time Server IP:Enter the IP address of Time server. Time Zone:Select a time zone according to your geographic location. Daylight Savings Time:Select whether to enable or disable this feature. SNMP
Device support SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol). User can manage device via MIB browser with
Device private MIB file.
z
z
z
Trap Server IP: Setting Trap server IP. Device will send trap message while it abnormal.
SNMP Managers: Device provide 3 type methods to filter SNMP manager(Filter all/ Allow all/
Specified)
SNMP Managers: Device support community name to set READ/ WRITE authority of SNMP.
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QoS
Type of Service(ToS) : used by applications to indicate priority and QoS for each frame. The gateway
determines prioritization by the information from the IP header ToS field. To use TOS, user should define the
first two bits of ToS field of an IP packet:(1) Precedence and (2) ToS field.
Precedence:From the drop-down, select the desired precedence which specifies the importance or
priority of the traffic:
z 0 – Routine
z 1 – Priority
z 2 – Immediate
z 3 – Flash
z 4 – Flash Override
z 5 – CRITIC/ECP
z 6 – Internetwork Control
z 7 – Network Control
Delay:To generate a Low Delay service parameter that will minimize delay.
Throughput:To generate a High Throughput service parameter that will maximize throughput.
Reliability:To generate a High Reliability service parameter that will maximize reliability.
Cost:To generate a Low Monetary Cost service parameter that will minimize monetary cost.
When DiffServ function is disable, the VoIP gateway uses this setting as default for VOICE traffic.
Diffserv setting:Specify the DS Code Point from 1~63 for each category. In the voice part, the voice packets
are divided into two categories:one is for Voice, Voice band Data, Clear Channel Data and the other is used for
GW to Call Agent Signaling & RFC2833/T38 signaling and the WAN interface management traffic
Telnet/SNMP/HTTP. User can optionally choose to configure the Diffserv only for Voice or for both Voice and
Data.
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VLAN:The VoIP gateway supports software VLAN tag function. It can add VLAN tag for VOICE traffic only
(VLAN Mode 1) or for both VOICE and DATA traffic (VLAN Mode 2). VOICE traffic can be classified into two
classes: RTP (/RTCP) packets and signaling packets. Management traffic is defined as DHCP, Telnet, HTTP, and
SNMP packets from WAN port, and is treated as VOICE signaling traffic. User can set different VLAN priority for
different traffic class.
Remote Manage
Remote management prevent from making change to the gateway’s setting from WAN side except the specific
five IP. While disable the function, user can login the gateway and change any setting from anywhere on the
Internet.
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5.4.2. Voice Setting
SIP Signaling
This page provides detail setting of SIP protocol.
Dial Plan
Setup VoIP dial plan to provide a rule for VoIP outgoing call.
Dial plan can be configured with following characters: "0~9", "x", ".T", "|", "[ ]"
z “0-9”: Digit can be configured with 0~9.
z “x”: Define how many digits can be used in dial plan.
z “.T”: Digits will be sent after timeout. Without timeout character, digits will be sent
immediately after finish dialing. (Default 3 sec.)
z “|”: To separate dial plan from others.
z
“[]”: If digits can be configured in various type, we can use a square bracket to define this digit.
Ex.
If we configure dial plan as [1-3]xxxx|xxxx.T then dial
(1) 14567 or 24567 or 34567, digits will be sent immediately after finish dialing.
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(2) 4123 or 5123 or 61234, the front four digits will be sent after timeout.
Codec Setup
Device provide G.711μ, G.711A, G.729 and G.723 CODEC to transfer voice.
Call Features
Device support call waiting, call hold, call return, redial, call transfer(CFNA, CFA, CFB), call forward, don’t
disturb and anonymous reject.
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Device support call feature by port.
The forwarding number can entry by WEB, command and telephone
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Service Code
This page displays the service code of call feature. User can refer this page to activate/ deactivate/ setting call
features.
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Advanced
Device support RFC2833 and gain control.
5.5 Utility
Device support configuration restore and backup, firmware upgrade, modify password and ping function in this
page.
5.5.1. System Command
Backup Setting
Device support backup configuration via HTTP.
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Restore Setting
Device support restore configuration via HTTP.
Firmware Update
Device support firmware upgrade via HTTP and TFTP.
Temp. Threshold
Device will send alarm trap to trap server, the system temperature over the threshold and send clear trap while
system temperature under the threshold.
Restart
This page provide user to restart Device to reboot the system.
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5.5.2. Security
User Management This page provide user to modify User name and Password. 5.5.3. Diagnose Tools
Ping Test
This page provide user to ping other IP address to check the connection.
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5.6 Status
5.6.1. General Info.
Product Info.
Device provide hardware and firmware information in this page.
5.6.2. Network Status
Interface Status
Device shown the system mode, LAN(CRAFT) and WAN interface information in this page.
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5.6.3. VoIP Status
Phone Status
Device display VoIP port status in this page.
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5.6.4. System Log
Event Log
Device will keep 10 entries of event log in this page.
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6 Command Line Interface (CLI)
Although the IAD is most conveniently to be configured and managed via the Web-based provisioning interface
described in the previous chapter, it is also possible to use a text-based Command Line Interface (CLI). Certain
advanced features of IAD are ONLY accessible by means of CLI. There are two ways to access the CLI interface
of the IAD:
z Telnet (via standard telnet “port 23” to the IAD WAN or CRAFT port)
z Console (direct RS232 connection to a computer running a terminal emulation software)
6.1 CLI Connection
6.1.1. Connecting to the CLI via Telnet
The IAD can be accessed via Telnet from the provisioning computer within the Succession network to the IAD’s
WAN or local CRAFT interface. To configure via Telnet, launch telnet program that complies with the TCP/IP
standard using Port 23 and connect to the IP address of the IAD.
6.1.2. Connecting to the CLI interface through the console port
Another way to invoke the CLI is to connect a terminal station such as a VT-100 or a PC based computer
running terminal emulation program (such as HyperTerminal) connect to the RS-232 console port of the IAD.
Use a 9-pin RS-232 cable to connect the device’s console port to the serial COM port of the PC. Then configure
the terminal with the following communication parameters:
z Baud rate: 115200 bps
z Data bits: 8 bits
z Parity: none
z Stop bits: 1
z Flow Control: none
6.1.3. Login to the CLI interface
When logging on to the IAD, enter the appropriated Login ID and Password. The factory defaults are:
User Name: admin, Password: admin
User Name: user, Password: user
After successfully login, the prompt [login id]# will appear. The IAD allows up to 10 concurrent telnet sessions
at the same time. If there is no command input for a period of time (pre-defined by command “net set telt
<time in sec>”), telnet will be disconnected automatically.
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Note: The CLI commands in telnet and console interface are the same. But the detail of the IAD initial boot up
procedure can only be monitored via Console interface.
6.2 System Command
z ? / help
Description: Show the first token of each command.
z info
Description: Show the IAD information.
z delete config
Description: Delete all setting in Device
z activate
Description: This command moves configuration data from the Temporary memory block to the Active
area, where it can actually be used. Thus a user can make multiple changes in the Temporary memory
using set commands, then active the changes by a single “activate” command. Configuration data in the
Active area is only available while the IAD remains in operation. If the “reset” command is issued to
reboot the device, or if the device is manually reset, the IAD will reload the pre-stored data from the
non-volatile memory into the Active area.
z commit
Description: This command is used to save the currently active configuration data, invoked by the
activate command, into the nonvolatile memory. If the reset command is issued, or if the device is
manually reset, the IAD will reload the pre-stored data from the nonvolatile memory into the Active area.
Note: To activate any CLI command immediately, use the “activate” command after the CLI command
without reboot the IAD. The activate command may only be used between calls; it usually tears down
any calls in progress when it is invoked. To save the new configuration entered by any CLI command into
the non-volatile memory, use “commit” command to save the setting. In other words, use both “active”
and “commit” commands to ensure the new change will take effective permanently.
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Description: activate + commit.
z reboot
Description: Reboot the IAD.
z version
Description: Show the version of Boot code, DSP code and VoIP image.
z sys show country
Description: Show the Device’s tone set.
z sys set country (0~13)
Description: Set the Device’s country set(ringing and tone).
Country Types: 0 Æ US, 1 Æ Japan,
2 Æ Hong Kong, 3 Æ Australia, 4 Æ China, 9 Æ New Zealand,
10 Æ Europe
Example: net set country 0
z logout
Description: Logout from command line.
6.3 Set Password
z net set id <Administrator ID>
Description: Set the provision web/telnet/console interface access ID of administrator mode.
z net show id
Description: Show the provision web/telnet/console interface access ID of administrator mode.
z net set pwd < Administrator Password>
Description: Set the provision web/telnet/console interface access password of administrator mode.
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z net show pwd
Description: Show the provision web/telnet/console interface access password of administrator mode.
z net set uid <User ID>
Description: Set the provision web/telnet/console interface access ID of user mode.
z net show uid
Description: Show the provision web/telnet/console interface access ID of user mode.
z net set upwd <Password>
Description: Set the provision web/telnet/console interface access password of user mode.
z net show upwd
Description: Show the provision web/telnet/console interface access password of user mode.
z net set telt <0~240 seconds>
Description: Set the period of time (sec) to terminate an inactive telnet session.
0Æ no limit z net show telt
Description: Show the period of time (sec) to terminate an inactive telnet session.
z net set http_timeout <0~255 minutes>
Description: Set the period of time (minute) to terminate an inactive HTTP session. 0Æ no limit z net show http_timeout
Description: Show the period of time (minute) to terminate an inactive HTTP session.
6.4 CRAFT (LAN) Interface
z net set ip <xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx> Description: Set the IP address of the CRAFT (LAN) port. Example: net set ip 192.168.1.1 z net show ip Description: Show the IP address of the CRAFT (LAN) port. PAGE 50
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z net set mask <Net Mask> Description: Set the subnet mask of the CRAFT (LAN) port. Example: net set mask 255.255.255.0
z net show mask Description: Show the subnet mask of the CRAFT (LAN) port. z net show mac Description: Show CRAFT (LAN) MAC address. 6.5 WAN Interface
z net set wan_mode <0: Fix IP / 1:DHCP / 2: PPPoE>
Description: Enable or disable the DHCP client on the WAN port.
0 or fix
Æ WAN Mode = Fixed IP.
1 or dhcp
Æ WAN Mode = DHCP Mode.
2 or pppoe
Æ Device not support PPPoE.
Example: net set wan_mode 1
z net show wan_mode
Description: Show WAN port’s mode.
z net set ipwan <IP Address>
Description: Set the IP address of the WAN port when WAN port is fix IP mode.
Example: net set ipwan 192.168.2.1
z net show ipwan
Description: Show the IP address of the WAN port.
z net set maskwan <Net Mask>
Description: Set the subnet mask of the WAN port is fix IP mode.
Example: net set maskwan 255.255.255.0
z net show maskwan
Description: Show the subnet mask of the WAN port.
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z net set gateway <xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
Description: Show the subnet mask of the WAN port. Description: Set the default gateway IP address for the WAN port interface.
Example: net set gateway 192.168.2.254 z net show gateway Description: Show the default gateway IP address of the WAN port interface.
z net show macwan
Description: Show WAN MAC address.
z net set hostname <Host Name, Max 32 chars>
Description: Set the hostname. When IAD request an IP address from DHCP server, the hostname will
be filled in DHCP client’s host name information.
Example: net set hostname DLINK
z net show hostname
Description: Show the DHCP client’s host name.
z net show wan_access
Description: Show the WAN access mode.
z net set wan_access [1|2]
Description: Set the WAN access mode.
1 Æ Deny all access from WAN except to listed 5 entries.
2 Æ Allow all access from WAN. (Default value)
Example: net set wan_access 2
z net show wan_access_ip
Description: Show the WAN access IP entries.
z net set wan_access_ip <0~4> ( xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Description: Set the IP address which allows this specified address access from WAN port while
WAN_access function is enable.
Please input "0.0.0.0" to remove this entry
Example: net set wan_access_ip 1 10.1.29.170
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6.6 SIP Command
6.6.1.1.
z RFC2833
sip show 2833_rtp_pltype
Description: Show the RTP payload type of RFC2833 packets.
z sip set 2833_rtp_pltype (rtp payload type 97-127) Description: Set the RTP payload type of RFC2833 packets. The default value is 97. z sip show 2833flag Description: Show the RFC2833 flag. z sip set 2833flag [0(Disable)/ 1(Enable)] Description: Enable or disable RFC2833. The default value is ON. 6.6.1.2.
z RFC3262
sip show 3262flag
Description: Show the flag of RFC3262.
z sip set 3262flag [0(Disable)/ 1(Enable)]
Description: Enable or disable RFC3262 PRACK. The default value is ON.
6.6.1.3.
z SIP Signaling
sip show branch
Description: Show flag of branch ID.
z sip set branch [0(Disable) / 1(Enable)] Description: Enable or disable the branch ID. The default value is OFF.
z sip show domain Description: Show the service domain. z sip set domain <Max 31 chars, null to empty service domain>
Description: Set the SIP service domain.
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z sip show pxy_srv
Description: Show the Proxy server.
z sip set pxy_srv ( ip/ domaina name)
Description: Set the Proxy server address.
Example: sip set pxy_srv 10.1.25.105
z sip show reg_srv
Description: Show the SIP Register server address.
z sip set reg_srv <ip / domain>
Description: Set the SIP Register server address.
Example: sip set reg_srv 10.1.25.105
z sip show reg_mode
Description: Show theSIP register mode.
z sip set reg_mode <0(Auto refresh) / 1(Prohibition) / 2(peer2peer)>
Description: Set the register mode.
0 Æ Auto register and refresh.
1 Æ Never send register to SIP server
2 Æ Peer to Peer Mode
z sip show sip_port
Description: Show the SIP port number.
z sip set sip_port <1024 ~ 49152>
Description: Set the SIP port number.
z sip show tel_num <1~30>
Description: Show the telephone number per port.
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z sip show tel_name <1~30> Description: Show the caller ID. z sip set tel_name <1~30> <Max 15 chars >
Description: Set the caller ID.
Example: sip set tel_name 1 jack
z sip show reg_id <1~30>
Description: Show the register ID. z sip set reg_id <1~30> <Max 31 chars> Description: Set the register ID if server required . z sip show reg_pwd <1~30> Description: Show the register password. z sip set reg_pwd <1~30> <Max 31 chars> Description: Set the register password if server required. 6.6.1.4.
z Voice CODEC
sip show codec_pri
Description: Show CODEC priority.
z sip set codec_pri <g711mu_pri> <g711a_pri> <g729_pri> <g723_pri>
Description: Set the priority of CODEC.
Priority:
0 Æ Not Use
1 Æ First priority
2 Æ 2nd priorities 3 Æ 3rd priorities 4 Æ Last priority
Example: sip set codec_pri 2 1 3 0
6.6.1.5.
z Others
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z sip set idt <3~10 secs>
Description: Set the inter digit timeout timer.
Example: sip set idt 4
6.7 DHCP Server
z net set dhcpsrv <DHCP Server Flag [0 : 1 : OFF : ON]>
Description: Set the DHCP server activation on the CRAFT (LAN) port.
Example:
net set dhcpsrv 0 Æ disable LAN(CRAFT) port DHCP server net set dhcpsrv 1 Æ enable LAN(CRAFT) port DHCP server (default) z net show dhcpsrv Description: Show LAN(CRAFT) port DHCP server flag state. z net set dhcpsrvip <IP Address>
Description: Set the first of the contiguous IP addresses to be assigned to the DHCP clients on CRAFT
(LAN) port.
Example: net set dhcpsrvip 192.168.1.10
z net show dhcpsrvip
Description: Show the first of the contiguous IP addresses assigned to the DHCP clients on CRAFT (LAN)
port.
z net set dhcpipnum <1~253>
Description: Set the maximum number of IP addresses to be assigned by the DHCP server.
Example: net set dhcpipnum 100
z net show dhcpipnum Description: Show the maximum number of IP addresses assigned by the DHCP server. z net set dhcplease <DHCP Lease Time>
Description: If the built-in DHCP server is enabled, set the DHCP server lease time in seconds.
Example: net set dhcplease 240
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z net show dhcplease Description: Show the DHCP server lease time. z dhcpserv show
Description: Show the DHCP client’s information of LAN(CRAFT) port.
6.8 DNS Server
z net set dns <DNS Flag [0 : 1 : OFF : ON]>
Description: Enable/disable the IAD’s DNS proxy function.
Example:
net set dns 0 Æ disable DNS proxy net set dns 1 Æ enable DNS proxy (default) z net show dns Description: Show the DNS proxy status of IAD.
z net set dnsip pri <IP Address>
Description: Set the primary DNS server IP address.
Example: net set dnsip pri 10.1.1.3
z net set dnsip sec <IP Address>
Description: Set the secondary DNS server IP address.
Example: net set dnsip sec 10.1.1.12
z net show dnsip Description: Show all the DNS servers IP addresses. z net set dnsmode [0(From flash) /1(From network)]
Description: Set DNS obtain method.
z net show dnsmode Description: Show the DNS obtain method. 6.9 UPnP
z upnp show
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Description: Show the current information of UPnP.
z upnp set flag <flag: (1/3)>
Description: Set the UPnP flag. 1 => Disable UPnP function. 3 => Support UPnP control point function. 6.10 Static Route
z route add <Destination IP Address> mask <MASK> <Gateway IP Address> Description: Add a new route entry into the routing table. Example: route add 192.168.2.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.1
Note: The maximum number of route entry is 16. z route delete <Destination IP Address> <MASK>
Description: Delete a route entry from the routing table. Example: route add 192.168.2.0 255.255.255.0 z route print Description: Show the entire routing table. z route print static Description: Shoe the static route entries. 6.11 SNMP
z snmp set comm<1~3> <Community name> < read/write>
Description: Set the SNMP community name, which is in fact the password used to access the SNMP
Agent.
Example:
snmp set comm1 public Æ Set community name 1 is public with read access right. snmp set comm2 private read Æ Set community name 2 is private with read access right. snmp set comm3 abc write Æ Set community name 3 is abc with write access right. Note: snmp set comm3 “” Æ Delete the community name 3. z PAGE 58
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Description: Set the policy of SNMP traffic filtering. 0Æ Filter all SNMP traffic
1Æ Allow all SNMP traffic
2Æ Allowing the specified SNMP managers Example: snmp set filter 1
z snmp set manager < SNMP Manager No : 1~5> <IP Address>
Description: Set the IP address of the SNMP managers (1 – 5). Up to five SNMP Managers can be
defined for Device.
Example: net set snmpmanager 2 192.168.1.10
Note: Set 0.0.0.0 To Delete SNMP Manager
z snmp set trap <Trap Server IP Address> Description: Set the IP address of the SNMP trap server to send the SNMP traps to. Example: snmp set trap 192.168.2.254
z snmp show
Description: Show the SNMP information, including the community names, SNMP manager filter
information and Trap server IP.
6.12 Clone
z clone <ip or mac> Description: Cloning the specified MAC address to WAN port MAC address. Example: clone 00:90:96:11:22:33 z clone show
Description: Show the real and clone MAC address. z clone restore Description: Restore WAN port address to real MAC address. 6.13 DDNS (Dynamic DNS)
z ddns show Description: Show the DDNS status and DDNS server information.
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z ddns set flag <flag(1(ON)/0(OFF))>
Description: Set the DDNS status. 1 Æ Enable DDNS function. 0 Æ Disable DDNS function. z ddns set id <server 1/2> <id>
Description: Set the DDNS ID. Example: ddns set id 1 dlink
y z ddns set pwd <server 1/2> <pwd> Description: Set the DDNS password. Example: ddns set pwd 1 dlink
y z ddns set host <server 1/2> <host name> Description: Set the DDNS hostname. Example: ddns set host 1 dlink
y z ddns set srv <server 1/2> <server>
Description: Set DDNS server address. Device support DDNS server “members.dyndns.org” currently.
6.14 SNTP(TOD)
z ntp show
Description: Show the current user setting for TOD.
z ntp set flag <NTP Flag [0 : 1 : OFF : ON]>
Description: Set the NTP mode while system starts up.
0 or off Æ Disable NTP function.
1 or on Æ Enable NTP function.
z ntp start
Description: Enable the NTP client to obtain the system clock.
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Description: Disable the NTP client.
z ntp time Description: Show the current time z ntp set ip <Time Server IP Address>
Description: Set the NTP Server IP.
Example: ntp set ip 192.168.1.1
z ntp set zone <GMT+/-XX:XX>
Description: Set the time zone.
Example: ntp set zone +08:00
z ntp set dst <on(1)/off(0)>
Description: Enable/disable daylight savings time. 0 or off Æ No daylight savings time. 1 or on Æ Use daylight savings time. 6.15 QoS
z net set vlan <VLAN Flag> 0Æ Disable VLAN 1Æ Enable Voice VLAN
2Æ Enable Data Access VLAN Description: Enable/disable the VLAN function.
z net show vlan Description: Show the VLAN flag. z qos show
Description: Show the current setting for TOS (Type Of Service), VLAN (Virtual LAN) and Diffserv. z qos set tos <Value>
Description: Set TOS (Type of Service). Each voice packet from the IAD will tag this value into the TOS
field of its IP header if VLAN flag is disabled.
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Value
Delay
Throughput
Reliability
Cost
Reserved
0 000(Routine)
0
0
0
0
0
32 001(Priority)
0
0
0
0
0
64 010(Immediate)
0
0
0
0
0
96 011(Flash)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
128
Precedence
100(Flash
Override)
160 101(CRITIC/ECP)
110(Internetwork
Control)
111(Network
224
Control)
192
Example: qos set tos 162 Æ CRITIC/ECP & Cost
z qos set vid (voice/data) (0~4094)
Description: Set the VLAN ID for voice or data. Each voice packet from the IAD will tag this value into
VLAN ID field of the Ethernet header if VLAN is enabled.
z qos set vtag (1/2/data) (0~7)
Description: Set VLAN priority value. Each voice packet from the IAD will tag this value into VLAN tag
field of the Ethernet header if VLAN is enabled.
Example: qos set vtag 1 5
z net set dscp [0(Disable) / 1(Enable)]
Description: Set DSCP flag to enable or disable DSCP.
z net show dscp Description: Show the status of DSCP function. z qos set dscp (1/2/data) (0~63)
Description: Set DiffServ code-point value. Each voice packet from the IAD will tag this value into the
TOS field of IP header if DSCP is enabled.
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6.16 IP Packet Filter Configuration
z net set ipfilter <IP Packet Filter Flag [0 : 1 : OFF : ON]>
Description: Enable/disable the IP packet filter function.
Example:
net set ipfilter 0 Æ disable IP packet filter function net set ipfilter 1 Æ enable IP packet filter function z net show ipfilter Description: Show the IP packet filter flag (ON/OFF). z ipfilter add <IP Address> <DA/SA> <Direction> <Protocol>
Description: Add an IP packet filter item into the IP packet filter table.
<DA/SA>: Specifies whether the designated IP address is DA or SA in the packet (0/DA; 1/SA).
<Direction>: Specifies whether the designated IP address is from LAN, WAN or both (WAN/0; LAN/1;
Both/2).
<Protocol>: Specifies whether which protocol of the designated IP address is in the packet (0/None;
6/TCP; 17/UDP).
z ipfilter del <IP Address> Description: Delete an IP packet filter entry from the IP packet filter table. z ipfilter print
Description: Show all IP packet filter entry.
6.17 MAC Packet Filter Configuration
z net set macfilter [0(Disable) / 1(Enable)]
Description: Enable/disable the MAC filter function.
Example:
net set macfilter 0 Æ disable MAC packet filter function net set macfilter 1 Æ enable MAC packet filter function z net show macfilter Description: Show the MAC packet filter flag (ON/OFF). z macfilter add <MAC Address>
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Description: Add an MAC packet filter entry to the MAC filter table.
z macfilter del <MAC Address> Description: Delete an MAC packet filter entry from the MAC filter table. z macfilter print Description: Show all MAC packet filter entry.
6.18 NAPT Configuration
z net set nat <NAPT Flag [0 : 1 : OFF : ON]>
Description: Enable/disable the NAPT function. z net show nat Description: Show the NAPT flag (ON/OFF).
z napt add <local ip> <sp> <ep> <protocol:TCP(6)/UDP(17)> <enable> <sp2> <ep2>
<descript ion (max length=50)>
Description: Add the specified IP address on the LAN port to NAPT proxy list with specified port number
and protocol type.
Example: napt add 192.168.1.101 21 30 TCP 1 101 120 test_entry
z napt del <local ip> <start port> <end port> <protocol:TCP(6)/UDP(17)> Description: Remove the specified IP address on the LAN port on the NAPT proxy list. z napt print <all/tcp/udp/icmp> Description: Show the NAPT specified proxy list. z napt static Description: Show the NAPT entries. z napt show
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6.19 RIP
z net set rip <RIP Flag [0 : 1 : 2]> 0 Æ Disable. 1 Æ Support RIP1. 2 Æ Support RIP2. Description: Set RIP function. z net show rip Description: Show the RIP function status. z rip Description: Show the RIP entries. 6.20 Monitor
6.20.1.Hardware Status
z monitor show
Description: Show system temperature, temperature threshold and fan status.
z monitor set temp <Temperature Threshold in centigrade [0~70]>
Description: Set the temperature threshold to send alarm trap to Trap server.
6.20.2.Event Log
z event print <start-index> <count>
Description: Print <Count> event log entries from <Start-Index>.
Example: event print 1 10
z event reset
Description: Reset event log (clear all existing event log entries) 6.20.3.ARP Table
z arp –a
Description: Display the current ARP table.
z arp -s <IP Address> <MAC Address>
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Description: Add an ARP entry into the ARP table.
Example: arp –s 192.168.1.1 AA:BB:CC:11:22:33 z arp –d <IP Address>
Description: Remove an ARP entry from the ARP table.
Example: arp –d 192.168.1.1
z arp –t
Description: Flush all entries in the system ARP table.
6.20.3.1. Routing Table
z route print
Description: Display the routing table of the IAD.
6.20.3.2. IP packet filter Table
z ipfilter print
Description: Show the IP packet filter table.
6.20.3.3. MAC Filter Table
z macfilter print
Description: Show the MAC filter table.
6.21 Caller ID Display
z sip show show_cid Description: Show the flag of caller ID. z sip set show_cid [0(Disable)/ 1(Enable)]
Description: Enable or disable the caller ID function.
z sys show callerid
Description: Show the caller ID display mode.
z sys set callerid <0~3>
Description: Set the caller ID display mode.
0Æ During Ringing(North America/ Europe)
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1Æ DT-AS(Europe)
2Æ RP-AS(Europe) 3Æ LR+DT-AS(Europe) 6.22 Utility
6.22.1.Ping Test
z ping <X.X.X.X> [-t|-n <Count>]
Description: It is used to confirm access to a network IP address.
-t Æ Ping the specified host until stopped. To stop, press Control-C (console login).
-n Count Æ Count number of echo requests to send.
Example: ping 192.168.2.1
6.22.2.Software Upgrade
z ftp2 putimage X.X.X.X filename [f/F]
Description: Dump all flash data into one file via FTP.
F: Force disconnects the conversation and upgrades the image.
z tftp X.X.X.X filename [f/F]
Description: Download the Boot Code, DSP code or Application Code file via TFTP.
F: Force disconnects the conversation and upgrades the image. Example: tftp 10.1.29.170 DVG-2030S_v201_ap.zz z tftp2 putimage X.X.X.X filename [f/F]
Description: Dump all flash data into one file via TFTP.
F: Force disconnects the conversation and process the procedure.
z ftp <host> <file> [f/F]
Description: Download the Boot Code, DSP code or Application Code file via FTP.
F: Force disconnects the conversation and upgrades the image.
z httpdl <server ip> <filename>
Description: Download the Boot Code, DSP code or Application Code file via HTTP.
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6.23 Loop Test Feature
This section describes how to use the loop command to perform remote diagnosis on the copper loop
wiring. The operator can use this function to test the conditions of the:
z Resistance Measurements
z Voltage Measurements
z Capacitance Measurements
z Current Measurements
z GR909 TEST
6.23.1.Resistance Measurements
z loop lt <command> <chn> [<t>]
Command:
ltr
(chn)
: Resistance Ring-Tip (time = 0ms) ltr_rt (chn,t)
: Resistance Ring-Tip ltr_rg (chn,t)
: Resistance Ring-Ground
ltr_tg (chn,t)
: Resistance Tip-Ground ltr_ohk(chn)
: Resistance Off-Hook chn: Channel number (0,1,2,3,..)
t: Settling time ( ms)
6.23.2.Voltage Measurements
z loop lt <command> <chn>
Command:
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ltvf_rtd
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Ring-Tip (DC) ltvf_rta
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Ring-Tip (AC) ltvf_rgd
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Ring-Ground (DC) ltvf_rga
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Ring-Ground (AC) ltvf_tgd
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Tip-Ground (DC) ltvf_tga
(chn)
: Foreign Voltage Tip-Ground (AC) ltvd_rtd
(chn)
: Feeded Voltage Ring-Tip (DC) ltvd_rgd
(chn)
: Feeded Voltage Ring-Ground (DC) ltvd_tgd
(chn)
: Feeded Voltage Tip-Ground (DC) ltvr_rtd
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Ring-Tip (DC) ltvr_rta
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Ring-Tip (AC) ltvr_rgd
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Ring-Ground (DC) ltvr_rga
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Ring-Ground (AC) Operation Manual
ltvr_tgd
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Tip-Ground (DC)
ltvr_tga
(chn)
: Ring Voltage Tip-Ground (AC)
ltvb_vdd
(chn)
: Battery Voltage VDD
chn: Channel number (0,1,2,3,..)
6.23.3.Capacitance Measurements
loop lt <command> <chn>
z
Command:
ltc_rt (chn)
: Capacitance Ring-Tip
ltc_rg (chn)
: Capacitance Ring-Ground
ltc_tg (chn)
: Capacitance Tip-Ground
chn: Channel number (0,1,2,3,..)
6.23.4.Current Measurements
loop lt <command> <chn> [<f> <t>]
z Command:
lita
(chn)
: Transversal Current AC
lila
(chn)
: Longitudinal Current AC
litd
(chn)
: Transversal Current DC
lild
(chn)
: Longitudinal Current DC
lid
(chn)
: Leakage
Current DC
lisetf (chn,f)
: Set Ring Frequency (Hz)
lisets (chn,t)
: Set Settling Time (ms)
liset (chn,f,t)
: Set Ring Frequency (Hz) and Settling Time (ms)
liget (chn)
: Get Ring Frequency (Hz) and Settling Time (ms)
chn: Channel number (0,1,2,3,..)
t: Settling Time (ms)
f: Frequency (Hz)
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6.23.5.GR909 TEST
loop lt gr909 <channel> <0~5>
z chn: Channel number (0,1,2,3,..)
0 : LTEST_GR909_HAZARDOUS_VOLTAGE
1 : LTEST_GR909_FOREIGN_FORCE
2 : LTEST_GR909_RESISTIVE_FAULT
3 : LTEST_GR909_RECEIVER_OFF_HOOK
4 : LTEST_GR909_RINGER
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7 Network Management
This chapter introduces the SNMP design of the Device. It supports standard RFC1213 MIB, and the
proprietary MIB described in the chapter. The Device can also be interoperable with powerful IAD EMS server
acts like network management and operation support systems.
Before using Device SNMP feature, please refer SNMP configuration.
7.1 mtaFirmwareGroup
mtaFirmwareGroup contains five MIBs.
z mtaVoIPImageVersion
The MIB is to get mta VoIP image version.
z mtaBootCodeVersion
The MIB is to get mta boot code image version.
z mtaDSPImageVersion
The MIB is to get mta DSP image version.
z mtaFirmwareUpgrade
This MIB, mtaFirmwareUpgrade, provides a function for software upgrade. Its format is “tftp://IPv4/filename”.
If administrator uses SNMP “set” a new filename in the TFTP server address, then GW downloads the software
from the specified location “IPv4”. And IAD will update the firmware after operator to reboot it via another MIB.
However, If there is any active call in progress, the software upgrade process will abort. Therefore, if you agree
to interrupt the service please add option ‘F’ or ‘f’ as the TFTP command suffix to force the software upgrade
process, e.g., “tftp://IPv4/filename f”. The filename MUST be in the format below.
z z Application Code:
xxx_ap.zz
z Boot Code:
xxx_bc.zz
z DSP Code:
xxx_dsp.zz
mtaFirmwareUpgradeResultGroup
The MIB is to get the latest result of mta firmware download. If the upgrade process is successful, the object
displays the downloaded file name. If the upgrade process is unsuccessful, the object displays “fail”. The
upgrade result will not be kept in Flash memory, which means that the MIB will get empty result (Null) after the
IAD boots up.
z mtaVoIPUpgradeResult
There are three situations caused different MIB results.
9. When the IAD just boots up, This MIB will get empty result (Null).
10. When the IAD upgrades successfully, IAD will reboot automatically.
11. When the IAD upgrades unsuccessfully. This MIB will get mta VoIP image upgrade result.
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mtaBOOTCODEUpgradeResult
z The MIB is to get mta Boot code upgrade result, no matter it's successful or failure.
mtaDSPUpgradeResult
z The MIB is to get mta DSP image upgrade result, no matter it's successful or failure.
mtaTELCFGUpgradeResult
z The MIB is to get mta Telcfg file upgrade result, no matter it's successful or failure.
7.2 mtaControlsGroup
mtaControlsGroup
contains
MIBs:
mtaResetNow,
mtaResetToDefault,
mtaTemperatureThreshold, mtaTemperature, mtaFan1Status and mtaFan2Status.
mtaSaveAsDefault,
mtaResetNow
z Set the value to (2) or (3) causes IAD to reboot. Read it always returns (0) or (1). When mtaResetNow is set to
true, the following actions occur:
(1) All connections are flushed locally.
(2) All current actions, such as ringing, terminate immediately if reboot successfully.
(3) Requests for notifications, such as notification based on digit map recognition, are flushed if reboot
successfully
(4) All endpoints are disabled if reboot successfully.
(5) The box reboot and send warm reboot trap.
Value:
0
1
2
3
z -----
Normal
( Initial value, IAD start up status, this value only for SNMP get) Reboot abort ! ( After reseting and abort due to call on progress, this value only for SNMP get ) Reboot
(Reboot, this value only for SNMP set ) Forced reboot ( Reboot immediately, even if call on progress, this value only for SNMP set ) mtaResetToDefault
Set this object true(1) causes the device to be reset to default.
Read this object always returns false(2).
z mtaSaveAsDefault
Set this object true(1) causes the current configurations to be saved as default.
Read this object always returns false(2).
7.3 mtaVoiceInterfaceGroup
mtaVoiceInterfaceGroup contains as following:
z voiceVAD
Set this object enable(1) enable the silence suppression function.
Set this object disable(0) disable the silence suppression function.
z voiceSoftSwitchLedStatus
Off(0), Flash(1), On(2)
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Set and read SIP register server from this mib for a SIP call.
z sipProxyServer
Set and read SIP register server from this mib for a SIP call.
z sipTelNumberTable
Set and get telephone number of IAD. SipTelNumberTable includes telNumIndex and sipTelNumber. You can
use “TableView” to list the “sipTelNumberEntry”.
z sipRegisterIDTable
Set and get register ID of IAD. SipRegisterIDTable includes sipRegIDIndex and sipRegisterID. You can use
“TableView” to list the “sipRegisterIDEntry”.
z sipRegisterPwdTable
Set and get register PWD of IAD. SipRegisterPwdTable includes sipRegPwdIndex and sipRegisterPwd. You can
use “TableView” to list the “sipRegisterPwdEntry”.
7.4 mtaSystemModeGroup
mtaSystemModeGroup only contains a MIB:
z systemMode.
The MIB, systemMode, specifies the operation mode of GW between router mode(0) and bridge mode(1). If
your network consists of only one or two networks using the same protocol and the traffic is not heavily loaded,
we may configure GW as bridge. Otherwise, we would need to set GW to act as a router for better
performance.
z modelType
To be define.
7.5 mtaWANInterfaceGroup
mtaWANInterfaceGroup
contains
MIBs:
wanDefaultGateway, and wanMACAddress.
z wanIPAssignment,
wanIPAddress,
wanSubnetMask,
wanIPAssignment
Set this object staticIP(0) such that WAN IP address is static. Set this object dhcp(1) such that WAN IP address is from DHCP server. z wanIPAddress
Set or get the IP address of the WAN interface of GW.
z wanSubnetMask
Set or get the subnet mask of the WAN interface of GW.
z wanDefaultGateway
Set or get the IP address of the default gateway.
z wanMACAddress
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Set or get the WAN MAC address.
7.6 mtaLANInterfaceGroup
mtaLANInterfaceGroup contains MIBs: lanIPAddress and lanSubnetMask.
z lanIPAddress
The IP Address of the LAN interface of GW.
z lanSubnetMask
The subnet mask of the LAN interface of GW.
7.7 mtaDHCPServConfigurationGroup
mtaDHCPConfigurationGroup contains MIBs: dhcpDHCPServerOn, dhcpStartAssignedIP, dhcpAssignedIPCount,
and dhcpLeaseTime.
z dhcpDHCPServerOn
Only available when IAD is configured in the router mode, GW may act as the DHCP server over the LAN
interface. If we set dhcpDHCPServerOn to ON(1), then the DHCP server function of GW is opened, and vice
versa.
z dhcpStartAssignedIP
If DHCP server is set to be ON, specify the first of the contiguous IP addresses to be assigned to client
machines on our LAN.
z dhcpAssignedIPCount
Specify the number of IP addresses to be assigned, if GW act as DHCP server.
z dhcpLeaseTime
The lease time of DHCP server, if GW acts as DHCP server.
These MIBs above are only accessible on the router mode.
7.8 mtaNATConfigurationGroup
GW supports NAT function for translating private IP addresses to public IP addresses.
z natNATOn
This allows PCs on the LAN to access the public Internet. The MIB, natNATOn, is the only one in the
mtaNATConfigurationGroup. It can be set to enable/diable the NAT function.
This MIB, natNATOn, is only accessible on the router mode.
7.9 mtaDNSConfigurationGroup
mtaDNSConfigurationGroup
dnsDNSServerSecondary.
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contains
three
MIBs:
dnsDNSServerOn
and
dnsDNSServerPrimary,
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If set this MIB to ON(1), then GW will act as DNS server proxy. DNS server proxy will forward the DNS requests
to DNS server for PCs on the LAN.
z dnsDNSServerPrimary
The IP address of primary DNS Server.
z dnsDNSServerSecondary
The IP address of primary DNS Server These MIBs above are only accessible on the router mode. 7.10 mtaRIPConfigurationGroup
mtaRIPConfigurationGroup only contains a MIB:
z ripRIPMode
It has three values: disable(0), RIP1(1), and RIP(2). RIP provides consistent routing and reachability
information among routers on their local networks. The differences between RIP1 and RIP2 are authentication
and subnet recognition.
This MIB, ripRIPMode, is only accessible on the router mode.
7.11 mtaSNMPConfigurationGroup
mtaSNMPConfigurationGroup
contains
six
MIBs:
snmpTrapServer,
snmpCommunityName2, snmpCommunityName3 and TrapLevel.
z snmpCommunityName1,
snmpTrapServer
We can set IP address of trap server through the MIB. All SNMP traps that are from GW will send to this
location.
z snmpCommunityNameX (X = 1, 2, 3)
On SNMPv1 and SNMPv2, if element manager would like to access GW through SNMP, the community string of
it must be identical with the one of GW. We provide three community strings for administrator to set. You can
set the community to both read and write in the 1004S-FXO and 1004S-FXS.
z snmpTrapLevel
To minimize the traffic from the IAD traps messages impact to network performance. Administrator is allowed
to set five levels of trap levels to determine what kind of the traps can be delivered from IAD.
0: enable all Traps including the warning Trap.
1: enable critical, major, and minor Traps.
2: enable the critical and major Traps.
3: enable critical Traps.
4: disable all Traps.
7.12 mtaPortStatusGroup
mtaPortStatusGroup includes
“PortStatusTableEntry”.
PortIndex
and
PortStatus.
You
can
use
“TableView”
to
list
the
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z portIndex
Read Only. The MIB show how many port in the box. You need to use “WALK” to get the return value.
z portStatus
Read Only. The MIB is used to report currently line status, includes “on-hook”, “off-hook”, ”power ringing” and
“port disable”. You need to use “WALK” to get the return values.
7.13 Summary
MIB
MIB-II
(RFC1213 compliant )
Private MIBs
Group
System
Interface
At
IP
ICMP
TCP
UDP
Egp
SNMP
mtaFirmwareGroup
MtaControlsGroup
mtaVoiceInterfaceGroup
mtaSystemModeGroup
mtaWANInterfaceGroup
mtaLANInterfaceGroup
mtaDHCPServConfigurationGroup
mtaNATConfigurationGroup
mtaDNSConfigurationGroup
mtaRIPConfigurationGroup
mtaSNMPConfigurationGroup
mtaPortStatusGroup
Support
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
7.14 SNMP version 2.1- Traps
The following TRAPs are supported in SNMP design release 2.1. The trap is SNMP v1 based, so any of the
SNMP trap server should be able to read the traps sent from IAD.
1. All the trap message should send via WAN interface to assigned trap server only
2. Trap message format: Binding info should include “Trap Level + Module name & VoIP firmware version
+ IAD Source IP address + Box name + Trap description”.
We assigned Trap ID for each type of IAD trap, Generic ID is follow standard SNMP trap category, and Specific
Trap is used to identified by Enterprise level trap.
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Trap
Type
ColdStart
WarmStart
Condition to
release TRAP
After turning on the power ON or
resetting SW
Soft reset (reboot from
web/telnet/console)
AuthenticationFailure When Receiving a SNMP message
which include an unrecognized
community
Trap
Level
1
*Generic *Specific
ID
ID
Model
support
0
0
ALL
1
0
ALL
4
0
ALL
6
0
ALL
6
0
6
4
ALL
6
5
ALL
6
6
ALL
6
6
6
7
ALL
6
7
ALL
6
10
ALL
(Critical)
2
(Major)
2
(Major)
When console/telnet/http
connection fail in login ID/password
LossCommunication
While IAD receive error code
1
500/900 or no response from Proxy
(Critical)
server with timeout
Clear Trap while IAD receive 2xx
code
FirmwareUpgradeSucce Upgrade the firmware successful,
ss
also bind with firmware version
name
FirmwareUpgradeFailure AD send trap if the TFTP software
download is not finished within
certain period of time
5
(Clear)
3
(Minor)
2
(Major)
It may caused by the following
reasons:
- Image name is not correct.
- Invalid TFTsP IP address
- Image Type Error
- Image header CRC error
- Flash programming fail
- Checksum check fail
- Call in progress was detect, the
TFTP download was given up.
TrafficWarning
1. WAN port traffic busy
1
(Critical)
2.Clear Trap when the Traffic Busy
problem become normally
ConnetToProxyServer 1. When IAD can not connection to
the Proxy Server.
2. When IAD connect to the Proxy
Server
ConfigurationChange
When the IAD key configuration is
changed
5
(Clear)
1
(Critical)
5
(Clear)
4
(Warning)
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Notes:
Loss Communication Trap and Clear Trap format
z LossCommunication and SIP transient error
1) While IAD receive error code 500/900 or no response from Proxy Server
Format: [Direction] [Line Number] [Error_Code*] [reason]
e.g. “GWC->GW
Line 0 503 The server is unavailabel. "
2) Clear Trap while IAD receive 2xx
Format: [Direction] [Line Number] [Error_Code*] [reason]
e.g. “GWC->GW
Line 0 503 The server is unavailable."
Notes:
The table below lists that the IAD can provide error messages. For additional error messages such as some 5xx
error messages not listed in the table or 9xx error messages, please provide those descriptions for reference.
Error Code*
Meaning
400
The request could not be understood.
500
The server internal error.
503
The server is unavailable.
z ConfigurationChange
IAD will send the configChangeTrap per command set. Once the command is executed, this Trap will be sent
and the new configuration just modified by Administrator will be included in the Trap Description field. But IAD
can not bind more than one commands in a Trap which include all the modified items.
Currently IAD will support the following “Configuration Change”
Configuration Change
GW WAN IP
Register Server IP
Proxy Server IP
z PAGE 78
Five Clear traps are created in SNMP 2.1 for EMS interoperation.
z LossCommunication,
z TrafficWarning,
z ConnetoProxyServer
Operation Manual
7.15 Security
Device will filter SNMP traffic from non-authorized internal hosts. We provide a configuration item to set
the IP address of SNMP manager, so that the SNMP GW will only accept the SNMP request from the specified
host. If any other hosts whose IP address is invalid would like to access Device, Device will reject that request
and send a trap to notify administrator.
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8 Software Upgrade
The IAD software contents four components:
Application code
DSP code
Boot code
The chapter describes the normal procedure to download and upgrade the IAD’s software. It is recommended
to refer to the release note of new software changes before upgrading the IAD. Release notes always contain
important information about the new software or upgrade procedure that must be taken into consideration.
8.1 Software Upgrade Procedure
Before starting the download process, it is recommended to configure the TFTP server Timeout (seconds) and
the Maximum re-transmits options to an appropriate value according to the network traffic condition.
When upgrading the IAD to a new software image, it is recommended to upgrade the Boot Code, DSP first,
only if any of these components upgrade is required. After downloading the Boot Code, DSP file through TFTP,
the IAD will not automatically reboot. IAD Device need reboot immediately to load the new software.
Note: After downloading the Boot Code, DSP, the IAD will not automatically reboot. Therefore, if only either of
these components needs to be upgraded, manually reboot the IAD in order to run the new software.
8.2 Software Upgrade Mode
There are two modes for software upgrade in this release.
z Normal Mode: When using this mode, the IAD will check port status before upgrade. If any call
activity is detected, it will reject the upgrade request and send a warning trap message. If no active
call is detected, the IAD blocks all the ports to prohibit any call attempt and followed by the
software image download. During this process, all of IAD ports will not process call to avoid service
interruption. It is recommended that the operator to use this conditional software upgrade
procedure to minimize the interrupt to the live phone service.
z Forced Mode: In this mode, the IAD will proceed the software upgrade regardless of the port
status.
Warning: It will drop all the on-going calls (if any) and complete the software upgrade process.
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9 Appendix A: Technical Specification
9.1 Telephony
Item
Number of analog POTS port
Loop length
Ringing equivalency
Ringing voltage
On-Hook DC Voltage
Line Impedance
Call control protocol
Codec support and PCM interface
Packetization rate
Echo cancellation
Fax transmission
Data modem transmission
Autonomous codec up speed
Out-of-band fax transmission
Out-of-band DTMF tone transmission
Silence suppression
Comfort noise generation
De-jitter buffer
Packet loss concealment
DTMF digit collection and generation
Tone generation
Polarity Reversal support
Definition
30 with over voltage & current protection
Up to 7KM (24 AWG.)
REN*5 @1400Ω/20Hz
65Vrms @ REN*5, up to 90Vrms
50V
600Ω RFC2543 & RFC3261
G.729A, PCMU, PCMA, G.723
10~30ms(PCMU, PCMA, G.729A), 30~60ms(G.723)
G.165 and G.168
Group 3
V.22, V.22bis, V.32, V.32bis, V.33, V.90
Autonomously transition from G.729a to G.711 for Fax/Modem
transmission over voice band data
T.38
RFC2833
G.711 Appendix II and G.729 Annex B
G.711 Appendix II and G.729 Annex B
Dynamically adjustable subject to the variability of jitter in the IP
network, typical twice of the codec packetization time
Yes
Yes
Call Server supervision
Yes
9.2 Performance
Item
Simultaneous call setups
Call rate per hour per endpoint
Definition
Up to 30
400 calls
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9.3 OAM&P Item
IP address and FQDN assignment
Remote Management
Remote firmware upgrade
Local Management
System clock synchronization
SNMP MIB support.
Definition
DHCP or manual
HTTP, Telnet, SNMP
DHCP/TFTP, HTTP, Telnet, SNMP
via RS232 Console Port or Ethernet CRAFT(LAN) Port
RFC1305 TOD/NTP
MIB-II RF1213 (exclude EGP group) & proprietary MIB
Quality of Service (QoS) classification Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP) and IEEE 802.1p/q VLAN
9.4 Installation and Operating Environment
Item
Packaging Type
Dimension
Weight
Network connectivity
Telephony interface
Console port interface
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Input AC voltage
Input DC volta+ge (optional)
Power consumption
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Definition
Industrial-grade enclosure for ANSI and ETSI rack and cabinet
compliance
Width x Depth x Height = 430mm x 380mm x 44mm
5.5 Kg
RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Ethernet with auto detection of straight/cross
Ethernet cable
RJ21X 64-pin female connector
DB-9 female connector
0 ~ 60 °C
0 ~ 70 °C
5 ~ 90 % non-condensing
90 ~ 264 V, 47 ~ 63 Hz
-56 ~ -42 Vdc
96 W maximum
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