Data Sheet
Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA
Product Overview
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The Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA is a mobility enhanced, affordable, highly reliable voice gateway for
connecting an analog phone or fax machine to a voice-over-IP (VoIP) service provider. It can also intelligently
route calls to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
The revolutionary advances in the Cisco SPA232D include an integrated DECT base station used exclusively with
the Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handset, providing a mobility solution for users who tend to frequently move
about their location but must always be reachable around the premises. The SPA232D supports essential voice
features such as caller ID, call transfer, call waiting, call forwarding, voicemail, and much more to provide a
comprehensive, advanced, and highly innovative VoIP solution.
The SPA232D provides one RJ-11 FXS port to connect a standard analog phone or fax machine and one FXO
port to connect to the PSTN. The SPA232D FXS and FXO lines can be independently configured through software
by the service provider or the end user. Users can take full advantage of their broadband phone service by
enabling intelligent “hop-on, hop-off” applications to route local calls from mobile phones and land lines over to
their VoIP service provider, and conversely.
The Cisco SPA232D also includes two 100BASE-T RJ-45 Ethernet interfaces to connect to a home or business
LAN, and an Ethernet port to connect to a broadband access device. It uses international standards for voice and
data networking for reliable voice and fax operation, and it can be used in residential, small office or home office
(SOHO), and business environments including full-featured hosted service providers using Broadsoft, MetaSwitch
or open source IP-PBX solutions such as Asterisk.
Features and Benefits
The Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA (Figures 1 and 2) offers the following:
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High-quality feature-rich VoIP service through your broadband Internet connection
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One standard telephone port for use with analog phones or fax machines and one port for PSTN
connectivity to route local calls from mobile phones and land lines over to VoIP service providers and
conversely
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Cost-effective, multi line on-premises mobility with its integrated DECT base station designed exclusively
for Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handsets and capable of registering up to five handsets to a
SPA232D ATA supporting four simultaneous active calls
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Highly configurable and secure remote provisioning capabilities to enable mass-scale service provider
activation and deployment
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Ideal solution for residential, SOHO, and business environments
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Figure 1.
Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA
Figure 2.
Ports on Cisco SPA232D
Table 1 lists additional features and benefits of the Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits of Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA
Feature
Benefit
Toll-quality voice and carrier-grade
feature support
The SPA232D delivers clear, high-quality voice communication in diverse network conditions. Excellent
voice quality in a demanding IP network is consistently achieved through our advanced implementation
of standard voice-coding algorithms. The SPA232D is interoperable with common telephony equipment
such as voicemail, fax, PBX, interactive-voice-response (IVR) systems, and many third-party call-control
systems such as Broadsoft and Asterisk.
Large-scale deployment and
management
The SPA232D offers all the important features and capabilities with which service providers can provide
customized VoIP services to their subscribers. It can be remotely provisioned, and it is softwareupgradable. A secure profile upload saves providers the time, expense, and hassle of managing and
preconfiguring or reconfiguring subscriber equipment for deployment.
Outstanding security
The Cisco SPA232D supports highly secure, encryption-based methods for communication,
provisioning, and servicing.
Comprehensive feature set
The standards-based Cisco SPA232D is compatible with essential Internet VoIP provider features such
as caller ID, call waiting, call transfer, call forwarding, three-way conferencing, voicemail, and much
more to provide a complete, affordable, and highly reliable VoIP solution.
Enhanced mobility
An integrated DECT base station with exclusive support for Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handsets
provides a simple and reliable mobility solution for users who tend to frequently move about their
location but must be always reachable around the premises.
Easy installation and changes
The web-based configuration utility enables quick deployment and easy changes.
Peace of mind
Cisco solutions deliver the solid reliability you expect from Cisco. All solution components have been
rigorously tested to help ensure easy setup, interoperability, and performance.
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Product Specifications
Table 2 gives the specifications of the Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handsets.
Table 2.
Product Specifications
* Note: Many specifications are programmable within a defined range or list of options. Please refer to the Cisco SPA232D Administration Guide for details. The
configuration profile is uploaded to the SPA232D at the time of provisioning.
Description
Specification
Voice gateway
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) v2 (RFCs 3261, 3262, 3263, and 3264)
SIP proxy redundancy: Dynamic through Domain Name System (DNS) SRV record
Reregistration with primary SIP proxy server
SIP support in Network Address Translation (NAT) networks (including Serial Tunneling [STUN])
Highly secure (encrypted) calling with Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP)
Codec name assignment
G.722
G.711 (a-law and µ-law)
G.726 (32 kbps)
G.729 (b and ab)
Dynamic payload
Adjustable audio frames per packet
Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF): In-band and out-of-band (RFC 2833) (SIP INFO)
DECT
1910 to 1930 MHz (SPA232D-G1)
1880 to 1920 MHz (SPA232D-G7)
Range: Indoor, 165 ft (50m); outdoor, 980 ft (300m)
Five handset registrations on a SPA232D
Four simultaneous active calls
11 individual SIP accounts (10 DECT and 1 FXS)
Page/Registration button
DECT cordless handset*
(SPA302D)
* Please refer to the Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handset data sheet for additional technical details.
1.8-in. TFT (128 x 160 pixels), 65,000 colors, backlit with scratch-resistant lens
Software upgradable over the air (SUOTA)
White illuminated keypad backlight
Administrative personal identification number (PIN) code support
Dial keypad lock
Speed dial: Eight programmable
Private and shared phone books (50 records)
Call history (50 records filtered by Outgoing, Incoming, and Missed)
Visual Message-Waiting Indicator (VMWI)
Five ringtones
Call mute
Call hold/resume
New call (support for two active call segments)
Redial
Call park and unpark
Intercom (handset-to-handset)
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
* Some features may require support by the call-control server.
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Description
Specification
Voice features
Quality of service (QoS) (Ethernet port upstream bandwidth control)
Independent configurable dial plans with interdigit timers and IP dialing (per line)
Call progress tone generation
Jitter buffer: Adaptive
Frame-loss concealment
Full-duplex audio
Echo cancellation (G.165 and G.168)
Voice activity detection (VAD)
Silence suppression
Comfort Noise Generation (CNG)
Attenuation and gain adjustments
Flash hook timer
MWI tones
VMWI through frequency shift keying (FSK)
Polarity control
Hook flash event signaling
Caller ID generation (name and number): Bellcore, DTMF, and ETSI
Music-on-hold (MOH) client
Streaming audio server: Up to 10 sessions
MOH
Call waiting and call waiting caller ID
Caller ID with name and number
Caller ID blocking
Selective and anonymous call rejection
Call forwarding: no answer, busy, and all
Do not disturb
Call transfer, call return, and call back on busy
Three-way conference calling with local mixing
Per-call authentication and associated routing
Call Blocking with Toll Restriction
Distinctive ringing: Calling and called number
Off-hook warning tone
Advanced inbound and outbound call routing
Hot line and warm line calling
Long silence (configurable time setting) silence threshold
Disconnect tone (for example, reorder tone)
Configurable ring frequency
Ring validation time setting
Tip and ring voltage adjustment setting
Ring indication delay setting
Fax capability
Fax tone detection pass-through
Fax pass-through using G.711
Real-time fax over IP through T.38 Fax Relay (T.38 support is dependent on fax machine and network and
transport resilience.)
Enhanced gateway
authentication and routing
features
VoIP-to-PSTN (United States) service call origination and termination
PSTN-to-VoIP (United States) service call origination and termination
Single- and two-stage dialing
Forward calls to VoIP service: Selective, Authenticated, and All
Forward calls to PSTN service: Selective, Authenticated, and All
PSTN line sharing with multiple extensions
Automatic PSTN fallback (loss of power or IP service to unit, with quiescence to normal operations)
Advanced inbound and outbound call routing
Independent configurable dial plans: Up to 8
Force PSTN disconnection
Sequential dialing support
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Description
Specification
VoIP to PSTN:
● VoIP-to-PSTN gateway enable and disable
● VoIP caller authentication method (None, PIN, and HTTP digest)
● VoIP PIN maximum retry setting
● One-stage dialing enable and disable
● VoIP caller ID pattern matching
● VoIP access-allowed caller list (no further authentication)
● VoIP caller PIN and associated dial plan
PSTN to VoIP:
● PSTN-to-VoIP gateway enable and disable
● VoIP caller authentication method (None, PIN, and HTTP digest)
● Ring through to FXS enable and disable
● Ring-through tone: Configurable
● Caller ID (Bellcore Type 1) for VoIP service access
● Caller ID enable and disable
● PIN maximum retry settings
● Access-allowed caller list (no further authentication)
● Caller PIN and associated dial plan
● Least-cost routing (through outbound VoIP: Line1 dial plan
FXO control settings
VoIP answer-delay timer
● PSTN answer-delay timer
● VoIP PIN digit timeout timer
● PSTN PIN digit timeout timer
● PSTN-to-VoIP call maximum-duration timer
● VoIP-to PSTN call maximum-duration timer
● PSTN ring-through delay timer
● PSTN dialing delay timer
● VoIP DLG (Dialog) refresh-interval timer
● PSTN ring timeout timer
PSTN Disconnection Detection
● CPC (Calling Party Control) (removal of tip and ring voltage momentarily)
● Polarity reversal
● Long silence (configurable time setting)
● Disconnect tone (for example, reorder tone)
● Silence threshold
International Control
● FXO port impedance: Settings by country
● Ring frequency: Configurable
● SPA-to-PSTN and PSTN-to-SPA gain settings
● Ring frequency: Maximum setting
● Ring validation time setting
● Tip and ring voltage adjustment setting
● Ring indication delay setting
● Ring timeout setting
● Ring threshold
● Line-in-use voltage setting
Security
Password-protected system reset to factory default
Password-protected administrator and user access authority
Provisioning, configuration, and authentication
Secure HTTP (HTTPS) with factory-installed client certificate
HTTP digest: Encrypted authentication with (MD5; RFC 1321)
Up to 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption
SIP Transport Layer Security (TLS)
Reset button bypass (provisionable)
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Description
Specification
Data networking
MAC address (IEEE 802.3)
IPv4 (RFC 791)
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
DNS-A record (RFC 1706) and SRV record (RFC 2782)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and client (RFC 2131)
DHCP client reservation
DHCP Option 159 and Option 160
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPoE) client (RFC 2516)
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP; RFC 792)
TCP (RFC 793)
User Datagram Protocol (UDP; RFC 768)
Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP; RFCs 1889 and 1890)
Real-Time Control Protocol (RTCP; RFC 1889)
Differentiated Services (DiffServ) (RFC 2475) and type of service (ToS; RFCs 791 and1349)
VLAN tagging (IEEE 802.1p)
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) (RFC 2030)
Upload data rate limiting: Static and automatic
QoS: Voice packet prioritization over other packet types
MAC address cloning
Port forwarding
SIP channels support for both UDP and TCP transport
VPN pass-through with IP Security encapsulating security payload (IPsec ESP), Point-to-Point Tunneling
Protocol (PPTP), and Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
Provisioning, administration, and
maintenance
Web browser administration and configuration through integral web server
Telephone keypad configuration with IVR prompts
Automated provisioning and upgrade through HTTPS, HTTP, and Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
TR-069
Asynchronous notification of upgrade availability using NOTIFY
Nonintrusive, in-service upgrades
Report generation and event logging
Statistics in BYE message
Syslog and debug server records: Per-line configurable web browser
Configuration management: Backup and restore
Support for Bonjour
Support for Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) and Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
Physical interfaces
One WAN 100BASE-T RJ-45 Ethernet port (IEEE 802.3)
One LAN 100BASE-T RJ-45 Ethernet port (IEEE 802.3)
One RJ-11 FXS phone port for analog circuit telephone device (tip and ring)
One RJ-11 FXO phone port for PSTN or PBX connection
Reset button
Subscriber-line interface circuit
(SLIC)
Ring voltage: 40–90 Vpk configurable
Ring frequency: 16–50 Hz
Ring waveform: Trapezoidal or sinusoidal
Maximum ringer load: Five ringer equivalence numbers (RENs)
On-hook and off-hook characteristics:
On-hook voltage (tip/ring): –46 ~ –56V
Off-hook current: 25 mA
Terminating impedance: Multiple
150 nF complex impedance
Frequency response: 300–3400 Hz
Return loss (600 ohm, 300–3400 Hz) >20 dB
Idle channel noise: <10 dB (typical)
Longitudinal balance: 60 dB (typical)
Regulatory compliance
FCC (Part 15 Class B), CE, ICES-003, A-Tick certification, Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), and UL
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Description
Specification
Power supply
DC input voltage: 5V DC at 2.0A maximum
Power consumption: 5W
Switching type (100–240V) automatic
Power adapter: 100–240V, 50–60 Hz (26–34 VA) AC input, 6 ft.(1.8m) cord
Indicator lights and LED
Line, phone, Internet, and power
Documentation
Quick Start Guide
Administration Guide: Available online
Provisioning Guide: Available online
Environmental
Dimensions (H x W x D)
3.98 x 3.98 x 1.10 in. (101 x 101 x 28 mm)
Unit weight
5.40 oz. (153 g)
Operating temperature
32 to 113ºF (0 to 45ºC)
Storage temperature
–77 to 158ºF (–25 to 70ºC)
Operating humidity
10 to 90% noncondensing
Storage humidity
10 to 90% noncondensing
Package contents
Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA
5V/2A power adapter
6-ft (1.83m) Ethernet cable
RJ-11 telephone cable
Quick Start Guide
CD with documentation including license and warranty
Warranty Information
Cisco SPA232D is covered by a Cisco standard 1-year limited hardware warranty with return to factory
replacement and 90-day limited software warranty. To download software updates, please visit:
www.cisco.com/go/smallbiz.
Ordering Information
Table 3.
Ordering Information
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco SPA232D Multi-line DECT ATA
SPA232D-G1 (NA)
SPA232D-G7 (EU, APAC, ANZ)
Cisco Services
The Cisco Small Business Support Service provides “peace of mind” coverage at an affordable price and helps
you get the most value from your Cisco Small Business solution. This device-level, subscription-based service
includes software upgrades and updates, extended access to the Cisco Small Business Support Center, and nextbusiness-day hardware replacement as necessary. It also provides community-based support to enable small
businesses to share knowledge and collaborate using online forums and wikis to help boost business efficiency,
identify and reduce risks, and serve customers better.
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For More Information
For more information about Cisco Small Business solutions, visit www.cisco.com/go/smallbusiness. For more
information about the Cisco SPA232D and other voice gateways and analog telephone adapters (ATAs), visit
www.cisco.com/go/gateways or contact your local Cisco account representative.
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