SmartNode 4520 & 4110 Series
VoIP Gateway Routers
User Manual
Important
This is a Class A device and is intended for use in a light industrial environment. It is not intended
nor approved for use in an industrial or residential environment.
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Patton Electronics warrants all SmartNode router components to be free from defects,
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Table of Contents....................................................................................................................................................3
About this guide .....................................................................................................................................................6
Audience................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Structure................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Precautions ............................................................................................................................................................. 7
Safety when working with electricity .................................................................................................................7
Preventing electrostatic discharge damage .........................................................................................................8
General observations .........................................................................................................................................9
Typographical conventions used in this document.................................................................................................. 9
General conventions .........................................................................................................................................9
1 General information .......................................................................................................................................... 10
SmartNode Series VoIP routers overview...............................................................................................................11
SmartNode 4520 Series router ........................................................................................................................12
Ports descriptions ......................................................................................................................................14
Reset button behavior ...............................................................................................................................14
SmartNode 4110 Series router ........................................................................................................................16
Ports descriptions ......................................................................................................................................18
Reset button behavior ...............................................................................................................................18
2 Applications overview ........................................................................................................................................ 20
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................21
Applications for SmartNode 4110 Series ...............................................................................................................21
SIP and H.323 terminal and PSTN gateways ..................................................................................................21
Application—Analog line extension over IP ....................................................................................................22
Application—ITSP dial-in access ....................................................................................................................22
Application—Private line automatic ringdown (PLAR) ..................................................................................23
Application—Enterprise campus BRI to FXS telephony extension ..................................................................23
Application—PBX toll bypass gateway ............................................................................................................24
Applications for SmartNode 4520 Series ...............................................................................................................24
Application—SOHO off-premise extension ....................................................................................................25
Application—Single-phone PSTN and VoIP access ........................................................................................26
3 Hardware installation......................................................................................................................................... 27
Planning the installation ........................................................................................................................................28
Installation checklist .......................................................................................................................................29
Site log ............................................................................................................................................................30
Network information ......................................................................................................................................30
Network Diagram .....................................................................................................................................30
IP related information .....................................................................................................................................30
Software tools .................................................................................................................................................30
Power source ...................................................................................................................................................30
Location and mounting requirements .............................................................................................................31
Installing the gateway router..................................................................................................................................31
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Mounting the gateway router ..........................................................................................................................31
Connecting cables ...........................................................................................................................................31
Installing an interface cable on the router’s FXS and FXO interface ports .................................................32
Installing the Ethernet cable ......................................................................................................................34
Connecting to external power source .........................................................................................................36
4 Getting started with the SmartNode................................................................................................................... 38
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................39
1. Configure IP address .........................................................................................................................................40
Power connection and default configuration ...................................................................................................40
Connect with the serial interface .....................................................................................................................40
Login ..............................................................................................................................................................41
Changing the IP address .................................................................................................................................41
2. Connect the SmartNode to the network ............................................................................................................41
3. Load configuration ............................................................................................................................................42
Bootloader.............................................................................................................................................................43
Start Bootloader ..............................................................................................................................................43
Start-up with factory configuration .................................................................................................................43
Load a new application image (SmartWare) via TFTP ....................................................................................44
Additional information..........................................................................................................................................45
5 LEDs status and monitoring .............................................................................................................................. 46
Status LEDs...........................................................................................................................................................47
6 Contacting Patton for assistance......................................................................................................................... 50
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................51
Contact information..............................................................................................................................................51
Warranty Service and Returned Merchandise Authorizations (RMAs)...................................................................51
Warranty coverage ..........................................................................................................................................51
Out-of-warranty service .............................................................................................................................51
Returns for credit ......................................................................................................................................51
Return for credit policy .............................................................................................................................52
RMA numbers ................................................................................................................................................52
Shipping instructions ................................................................................................................................52
A Compliance ...................................................................................................................................................... 53
Compliance ...........................................................................................................................................................54
EMC Compliance: ..........................................................................................................................................54
Safety Compliance: .........................................................................................................................................54
PSTN Regulatory Compliance: .......................................................................................................................54
CE Declaration of Conformity ..............................................................................................................................54
Authorized European Representative .....................................................................................................................54
Radio and TV Interference (FCC Part 15) ............................................................................................................55
FCC Part 68 (ACTA) Statement (FXO Ports).......................................................................................................55
Industry Canada Notice (FXO Ports) ....................................................................................................................55
B Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 57
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DSP.......................................................................................................................................................................58
Voice connectivity .................................................................................................................................................58
Connectivity..........................................................................................................................................................58
Voice processing (signalling dependent) ................................................................................................................58
Fax and modem support........................................................................................................................................58
Voice signalling .....................................................................................................................................................59
Voice routing—session router................................................................................................................................59
IP services ..............................................................................................................................................................59
Management .........................................................................................................................................................60
Operating environment .........................................................................................................................................60
Operating temperature ....................................................................................................................................60
Operating humidity ........................................................................................................................................60
System ...................................................................................................................................................................60
Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................................................60
Weight and power dissipation ...............................................................................................................................60
Power supply .........................................................................................................................................................61
AC version ......................................................................................................................................................61
DC version .....................................................................................................................................................61
Identification of the SmartNode devices via SNMP...............................................................................................61
C Cabling ............................................................................................................................................................. 63
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................64
Serial console .........................................................................................................................................................64
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T ........................................................................................................................64
Analog FXS ...........................................................................................................................................................67
Analog FXO ..........................................................................................................................................................67
D Port pin-outs .................................................................................................................................................... 69
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................70
Console port..........................................................................................................................................................70
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T port ................................................................................................................70
FXS port................................................................................................................................................................71
FXO port ..............................................................................................................................................................71
E SmartNode 4110 Series factory configuration .................................................................................................... 72
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................73
F SmartNode 4520 Series factory configuration .................................................................................................... 74
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................75
G Installation checklist ......................................................................................................................................... 76
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................77
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About this guide
This guide describes the SmartNode 4110 and 4520 Series hardware, installation and basic configuration. For
detailed software configuration information refer to the SmartWare Software Configuration Guide and the available Configuration Notes.
Audience
This guide is intended for the following users:
• Operators
• Installers
• Maintenance technicians
Structure
This guide contains the following chapters and appendices:
• Chapter 1 on page 10 provides information about router features and capabilities
• Chapter 2 on page 20 contains an overview describing router operation and applications
• Chapter 3 on page 27 provides quick start hardware installation procedures
• Chapter 4 on page 38 describes getting started with the SmartNode router
• Chapter 5 on page 46 contains definitions for the LED status indicators
• Chapter 6 on page 50 contains information on contacting Patton technical support for assistance
• Appendix B on page 57 contains specifications for the routers
• Appendix C on page 63 provides cable recommendations
• Appendix D on page 69 describes the router’s ports and pin-outs
• Appendix E on page 72 lists the factory configuration settings for SmartNode 4110 Series devices
• Appendix F on page 74 lists the factory configuration settings for SmartNode 4520 Series devices
• Appendix G on page 76 lists the tasks for installing a SmartNode 4520 or 4110 Series router
For best results, read the contents of this guide before you install the router.
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Precautions
Notes and cautions, which have the following meanings, are used throughout this guide to help you become
aware of potential Router problems. Warnings relate to personal injury issues, and Cautions refer to potential
property damage.
Note
Calls attention to important information.
WARNING
WARNING
CAUTION
The shock hazard symbol and WARNING heading indicate a
potential electric shock hazard. Strictly follow the warning
instructions to avoid injury caused by electric shock.
The alert symbol and WARNING heading indicate a potential
safety hazard. Strictly follow the warning instructions to avoid
personal injury.
The shock hazard symbol and CAUTION heading indicate a
potential electric shock hazard. Strictly follow the instructions to
avoid property damage caused by electric shock.
The alert symbol and CAUTION heading indicate a potential hazard. Strictly follow the instructions to avoid property damage.
CAUTION
Safety when working with electricity
WARNING
The SmartNode contains no user serviceable parts. The equipment shall be returned to Patton Electronics for repairs, or
repaired by qualified service personnel.
Mains Voltage: Do not open the case when the power cord is
connected. For systems without a power switch, line voltages
are present within the power supply when the power cord is
WARNING connected. The mains outlet that is utilized to power the SmartNode router shall be within 10 feet (3 meters) of the device,
shall be easily accessible, and protected by a circuit breaker.
For AC powered units, ensure that the power cable used meets
all applicable standards for the country in which it is to be
installed, and that it is connected to a wall outlet which has
WARNING earth ground.
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For units with an external power adapter, the adapter shall be a
listed Limited Power Source.
WARNING
Hazardous network voltages are present in WAN ports regardless of whether power to the SmartNode is ON or OFF. To avoid
electric shock, use caution when near WAN ports. When
WARNING detaching the cables, detach the end away from the SmartNode first.
Before opening the chassis, disconnect the telephone network
cables to avoid contact with telephone line voltages. When
detaching the cables, detach the end away from the SmartWARNING Node first.
Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables
during periods of lightning activity.
WARNING
In accordance with the requirements of council directive 2002/96/
EC on Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE),
ensure that at end-of-life you separate this product from other
waste and scrap and deliver to the WEEE collection system in
your country for recycling.
Preventing electrostatic discharge damage
When starting to install interface cards place the interface card on its shielded plastic bag if you lay it on your bench.
CAUTION
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can damage equipment and
impair electrical circuitry. It occurs when electronic printed circuit
cards are improperly handled and can result in complete or intermittent failures. Do the following to prevent ESD:
• Always follow ESD prevention procedures when removing and
replacing cards.
• Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap, ensuring that it makes good
skin contact. Connect the clip to an unpainted surface of the chassis frame to safely channel unwanted ESD voltages to ground.
• To properly guard against ESD damage and shocks, the wrist strap
and cord must operate effectively. If no wrist strap is available,
ground yourself by touching the metal part of the chassis.
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General observations
• Clean the case with a soft slightly moist anti-static cloth
• Place the unit on a flat surface and ensure free air circulation
• Avoid exposing the unit to direct sunlight and other heat sources
• Protect the unit from moisture, vapors, and aggressive liquids
Typographical conventions used in this document
This section describes the typographical conventions and terms used in this guide.
General conventions
The procedures described in this manual use the following text conventions:
Table 1. General conventions
Convention
Garamond blue type
Meaning
Indicates a cross-reference hyperlink that points to a figure, graphic, table, or section heading. Clicking on the hyperlink jumps you to the reference. When you
have finished reviewing the reference, click on the Go to Previous View
button
in the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader toolbar to return to your starting point.
Futura bold type
Commands and keywords are in boldface font.
Futura bold-italic type
Parts of commands, which are related to elements already named by the user,
are in boldface italic font.
Italicized Futura type
Variables for which you supply values are in italic font
Futura type
Indicates the names of fields or windows.
Garamond bold type
Indicates the names of command buttons that execute an action.
<>
Angle brackets indicate function and keyboard keys, such as <SHIFT>, <CTRL>,
<C>, and so on.
[]
Elements in square brackets are optional.
{a | b | c}
Alternative but required keywords are grouped in braces ({ }) and are separated
by vertical bars ( | )
blue screen
Information you enter is in blue screen font.
screen
Terminal sessions and information the system displays are in screen font.
node
The leading IP address or nodename of a SmartNode is substituted with node in
boldface italic font.
SN
The leading SN on a command line represents the nodename of the SmartNode
#
An hash sign at the beginning of a line indicates a comment line.
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Chapter 1
General information
Chapter contents
SmartNode Series VoIP routers overview...............................................................................................................11
SmartNode 4520 Series router ........................................................................................................................12
Ports descriptions ......................................................................................................................................14
Reset button behavior ...............................................................................................................................14
SmartNode 4110 Series router ........................................................................................................................16
Ports descriptions ......................................................................................................................................18
Reset button behavior ...............................................................................................................................18
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SmartNode Series VoIP routers overview
The SmartNode 4520 and 4110 Series VoIP Gateway Routers (see figure 1) combine IP routing, VPN/Security, and Quality of Service for up to 8 transparent voice and FAX calls over any IP or PSTN network. Leverage
low-cost IP services with packet-voice for complete branch office voice and data connectivity.
Figure 1. SmartNode Router (SmartNode 4524 shown)
The SmartNode 4520 Series Gateway Routers, equipped with two 10/100Base-T Ethernet ports provide;
voice over IP (VoIP) and Internet telephony plus Internet access routing, VPN and firewall functions, and
extensive Quality of Service (QoS) functions.
The SmartNode 4110 Series Media Gateways, equipped with a single 10/100Base-T Ethernet port that provide
VoIP and Internet telephony.
The SmartNode VoIP Gateways and Gateway-Routers perform the following major functions:
• Voice over IP and local switching via a combination of 2 to 8 analog phone ports (FXS) and 2 to 4 analog
line ports (FXO).
• Standard compliant VoIP conversion in accordance with SIP and H.323 protocols.
• Internet access and IP Routing (4520 Series only) with IP Quality of Service (QoS) support for mixed voice
and data traffic.
Section “SmartNode 4520 Series router” on page 12 provides more information on the SmartNode 4520
Series. Section “SmartNode 4110 Series router” on page 16 describes the SmartNode 4110 Series.
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SmartNode 4520 Series router
The SmartNode 4520 Series are compact VoIP Gateway Routers that support two to eight VoIP calls and various combinations of FXS and FXO ports (see figure 2).
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Figure 2. Examples of SN4520 Series rear panels
The following base models (each equipped with two 10/100Base-T Ethernet ports) are available:
• SmartNode 4522 (2 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4524 (4 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4526 (6 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4528 (8 VoIP calls)
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The port combinations are indicated in the extension of the model code. The products the following model
code conventions apply:
• JS stands for FXS ports
• JO stands for FXO ports
• UI stands for integrated universal input power supply (see figure 3)
• EUI stands for external universal input power supply (see figure 3)
For example, the model code SN4526/4JS2JO/EUI describes a SmartNode configured as follows:
• 4 FXS ports
• 2 FXO ports
• External power supply
Note
For a complete listing of available models, refer to the SmartNode VoIP page
at http://www.patton.com/voip/.
Figure 3. SmartNode 4520 Series power input connectors
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Ports descriptions
The SmartNode 4520 Series rear panel ports are described in table 2.
Table 2. Rear panel ports
Port
Location
Description
10/100 Ethernet
Rear panel RJ-45 connectors (see figure 16 on page 32) that connect the router to an
ETH 0/0 & ETH 0/1
Ethernet device (e.g., a cable or DSL modem, LAN hub or switch).
Analog voice port,
FXS
Rear panel FXS RJ-11(6 position, 4 wire) connectors (see figure 16 on page 32) that
connect the router with an analog terminal (a telephone, for example)
FXO port. EuroPOTS support (ETSI EG201 188). FXS on-hook voltage is
48V for each FXS port.
Analog voice port,
FXO
Rear panel FXO RJ-11(6 position, 4 wire) connectors (see figure 16 on page 32) that
connect the router with an analog line (FXS port). EuroPOTS support
(ETSI EG201 188).
Power
Rear panel The gateway is available in a DC or AC power input version (see
figure 3), labeled as follows:
• AC version (Internal power supply): 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 200 mA
• DC version: 12 VDC, 1.25 A
Console
Front
panel
Used for service and maintenance, the Console port (see figure 4 on
page 15), an RS-232 RJ-45 connector, connects the router to a serial terminal
such as a PC or ASCII terminal (also called a dumb terminal).
Reset button behavior
For those SmartNode devices that have a Reset button on the rear panel, its behavior is as follows:
• To restart the unit with the current startup configuration—Press for less than 1 second and release the Reset
button. The SmartNode will restart with the current startup configuration.
• To restart the unit with factory default configuration—Press the Reset button for 5 seconds until the Run
LED starts blinking. The unit will restart with factory default configuration.
• To restart the unit in bootloader mode (to be used only by trained SmartNode technicians)—Start with the
unit powered off. Press and hold the Reset button while applying power to the unit. Release the Reset button
when the Run LED starts blinking so the unit will enter bootloader mode.
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Figure 4. SmartNode 4520 Series front panels
Note
For LED descriptions, refer to chapter 5, “LEDs status and monitoring” on
page 46.
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SmartNode 4110 Series router
The SmartNode 4110 Series are compact VoIP Gateways that support two to eight VoIP calls and various combinations of FXS and FXO ports (see figure 5).
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Figure 5. Examples of SN4110 Series rear panels
The following base models (each equipped with one 10/100Base-T Ethernet port) are available:
• SmartNode 4112 (2 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4114 (4 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4116 (6 VoIP calls)
• SmartNode 4118 (8 VoIP calls)
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The port combinations are indicated in the extension of the model code. The products the following model
code conventions apply:
• JS stands for FXS ports
• JO stands for FXO ports
• UI stands for integrated universal input power supply (see figure 6)
• EUI stands for external universal input power supply (see figure 6)
For example, the model code SN4116/4JS2JO/EUI describes a SmartNode configured as follows:
• 4 FXS ports
• 2 FXO ports
• External power supply
Note
For a complete listing of available models, refer to the SmartNode VoIP page
at http://www.patton.com/voip/.
Figure 6. SmartNode 4110 Series power input connectors
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Ports descriptions
The SmartNode 4110 Series rear panel ports are described in table 3.
Table 3. Rear panel ports
Port
Location
Description
10/100 Ethernet
ETH 0/0
Rear panel RJ-45 connector (see figure 5 on page 16) that connects the router to an
Ethernet device (a cable or DSL modem, LAN hub or switch, for example).
Analog voice port,
FXS
Rear panel FXS RJ-11(6 position, 4 wire) connectors (see figure 16 on page 32) that
connect the router with an analog terminal (a telephone, for example)
FXO port. EuroPOTS support (ETSI EG201 188).
Analog voice port,
FXO
Rear panel FXO RJ-11(6 position, 4 wire) connectors (see figure 16 on page 32) that
connect the router with an analog line (FXS port). EuroPOTS support
(ETSI EG201 188).
Power
Rear panel The gateway is available in a DC or AC power input version (see
figure 6), labeled as follows:
• AC version (Internal power supply): 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 200 mA
• DC version: 12 VDC, 1.25 A
Console
Front
panel
Used for service and maintenance, the Console port (see figure 7 on
page 19), an RS-232 RJ-45 connector, connects the router to a serial terminal
such as a PC or ASCII terminal (also called a dumb terminal).
Reset button behavior
For those SmartNode devices that have a Reset button on the rear panel, its behavior is as follows:
• To restart the unit with the current startup configuration—Press for less than 1 second and release the Reset
button. The SmartNode will restart with the current startup configuration.
• To restart the unit with factory default configuration—Press the Reset button for 5 seconds until the Run
LED starts blinking. The unit will restart with factory default configuration.
• To restart the unit in bootloader mode (to be used only by trained SmartNode technicians)—Start with the
unit powered off. Press and hold the Reset button while applying power to the unit. Release the Reset button
when the Run LED starts blinking so the unit will enter bootloader mode.
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Figure 7. SmartNode 4110 Series front panels
Note
For LED descriptions, refer to chapter 5, “LEDs status and monitoring” on
page 46.
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Chapter 2
Applications overview
Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................21
Applications for SmartNode 4110 Series ...............................................................................................................21
SIP and H.323 terminal and PSTN gateways ..................................................................................................21
Application—Analog line extension over IP ....................................................................................................22
Application—ITSP dial-in access ....................................................................................................................22
Application—Private line automatic ringdown (PLAR) ..................................................................................23
Application—Enterprise campus BRI to FXS telephony extension ..................................................................23
Application—PBX toll bypass gateway ............................................................................................................24
Applications for SmartNode 4520 Series ...............................................................................................................24
Application—SOHO off-premise extension ....................................................................................................25
Application—Single-phone PSTN and VoIP access ........................................................................................26
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Introduction
Patton’s SmartNode Media Gateway Routers deliver the features you need for advanced multiservice voice and
data network applications. They combine high quality voice-over-IP with powerful quality of service routing
functions to build professional and reliable VoIP networks. This chapter describes typical applications for
which the SmartNodes are uniquely suited.
Note
Detailed configuration information for SmartNode applications can be
found online at www.patton.com/smartnode.
Applications for SmartNode 4110 Series
The SmartNode 4110 Series device, equipped with a single Ethernet port, provides gateway and over-IP line
extension services.
SIP and H.323 terminal and PSTN gateways
All models provide voice-over-IP and FAX-over-IP services for integration into a VoIP network running the SIP
or H.323 protocol (see figure 8). The SmartNode 4110 Series supports automatic registration to a Gatekeeper
or SIP server to provide analog extension services or PSTN breakout connectivity.
Figure 8. PSTN and Terminal gateways
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Application—Analog line extension over IP
A virtual analog line can be created using an FXO and FXS model (see figure 9). The complete signaling and
media (voice, fax, or modem) of the analog phone line is extended over IP. This enables a PBX analog extension
line to be extended to a home office or satellite office. The analog line extension relays DTMF, hook-flash and
CLI to provide full PBX feature access over the IP network (checking voice mail or joining a calling group, for
example).
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Application—ITSP dial-in access
An ITSP can use the SmartNode FXO gateways as dial-in access points to his Internet telephony services (see
figure 10). A user calls a local number, the FXO SmartNode picks up the call and uses a second dial-tone to dial
the remote number. The system can be enhanced with a central call control server providing IVR announcements, PIN checking, and accounting for the calls.
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Application—Private line automatic ringdown (PLAR)
A private hot-line can be created by using two FXS models back-to-back (see figure 11). These can be found
in use as courtesy phones at ATM’s, information kiosks, and emergency assistance pedestals. In this application, when one handset is picked-up, the remote handset immediately begins ringing. When the remote
handset is picked-up, the speech path is completed. The end-to-end link supports voice, fax Gr.3 (2.4–14.4
kbps) with T.38 or fax- and modem bypass using a G.711 codec.
Figure 11. FXS to FXS Hotline
Application—Enterprise campus BRI to FXS telephony extension
In combination with the Patton SmartNode 1000 and 2000 Series models the FXS gateways provide ISDN
BRI to FXS extensions over IP (see figure 12).
Figure 12. BRI to FXS extension
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Application—PBX toll bypass gateway
The gateways can be used to provide toll bypass over an IP WAN (see figure 13). The call routing in this case is
provided by the PBX systems. A call routed to the FXS gateway can be relayed on a port-to-port basis or
depending on the dialed-number to the remote gateway.
Note
With the use of FXS ports, extension dialing on the secondary side must be
done by using two-stage dialing (DTMF relay) or a call attendant. DID is not
available when using a SmartNode FXS port connected to a PBX FXO port.
Figure 13. Toll bypass
Applications for SmartNode 4520 Series
SmartNode 4520 Series devices have dual 10/100Base-T Ethernet ports. The two Ethernet ports provide full
featured IP routing between LAN and WAN plus Ethernet and IP layer QoS services. Voice prioritization and
traffic management avoid network congestion and provide optimal voice quality. With these additional features
the SmartNode 4520 series can add Internet access and data networking to any of the SmartNode 4110 Series
applications described previously. The following sections show some typical combined voice-data applications.
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Application—SOHO off-premise extension
For a SOHO/telecommuter, the SmartNode 4520 Series router can provide an off-premise extension to the
corporate network (see figure 14). Along with the analog line extension features, the SmartNode provides
Internet access and VPN connectivity to the main office. In this configuration, the remote user will appear to
be local and can take advantage of services available to local telephony and LAN users (such as file-server access,
station-to-station dialing, outside trunk access, and voice mail). Additionally, the home user can take advantage
of corporate dialing rates.
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Application—Single-phone PSTN and VoIP access
The SmartNode 4520 Series with a combination of FXS and FXO ports can be used to make and receive calls
via PSTN and Internet calling services over the same telephone handset (see figure 15). Using individually configurable routing tables, an outbound call can be directed to the local PSTN connection or to an Internet telephony service provider (ISTP). Inbound calls from the Internet and the PSTN can ring the same phone.
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Hardware installation
Chapter contents
Planning the installation ........................................................................................................................................28
Installation checklist .......................................................................................................................................29
Site log ............................................................................................................................................................30
Network information ......................................................................................................................................30
Network Diagram .....................................................................................................................................30
IP related information .....................................................................................................................................30
Software tools .................................................................................................................................................30
Power source ...................................................................................................................................................30
Location and mounting requirements .............................................................................................................31
Installing the gateway router..................................................................................................................................31
Mounting the gateway router ..........................................................................................................................31
Connecting cables ...........................................................................................................................................31
Installing an interface cable on the router’s FXS and FXO interface ports .................................................32
Installing the Ethernet cable ......................................................................................................................34
Connecting to external power source .........................................................................................................36
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Planning the installation
Before you start the actual installation, it is strongly recommended that you gather all the information needed
to install and setup the device. See table 4 for an example of what pre-installment checks you might need to
carry out. Having carried out the pre-installation checks enables you to install and set up your gateway router
into an existing infrastructure with confidence.
CAUTION
Note
The mains outlet that is utilized to power the equipment must be
within 1 foot (3 meters) of the device and shall be easily accessible.
When setting up your gateway router consider cable length limitations, and
potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) as defined by the applicable
local and international regulations. Ensure that your site is properly prepared
before beginning installation.
Before installing the gateway router device, the following tasks should be completed:
• Create a network diagram (see section “Network information” on page 30)
• Gather IP related information (see section “IP related information” on page 30 for more information)
• Install the hardware and software needed to configure the SmartNode. (See section “Software tools” on
page 30)
• Verify power source reliability (see section “Power source” on page 30).
When you finish preparing for gateway router installation, go to section “Installing the gateway router” on
page 31 to install the device.
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Installation checklist
The installation checklist (see table 4) lists the tasks for installing a SmartNode 4520 or 4110 Series router.
Make a copy of this checklist and mark the entries as you complete each task. For each SmartNode 4520 or
4110 Series router, include a copy of the completed checklist in your site log.
Table 4. Installation checklist
Task
Verified by
Date
Network information available & recorded in site log
Environmental specifications verified
Site power voltages verified
Installation site pre-power check completed
Required tools available
Additional equipment available
All printed documents available
SmartWare release & build number verified
Rack, desktop, or wall mounting of chassis completed
Initial electrical connections established
ASCII terminal attached to console port
Cable length limits verified
Initial configuration performed
Initial operation verified
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Site log
Patton recommends that you maintain a site log to record all actions relevant to the system, if you do not
already keep such a log. Site log entries should include information such as listed in table 5.
Table 5. Sample site log entries
Entry
Description
Installation
Make a copy of the installation checklist and insert it into the site log
Upgrades and maintenance
Use the site log to record ongoing maintenance and expansion history
Configuration changes
Record all changes and the reasons for them
Maintenance
Schedules, requirements, and procedures performed
Comments
Notes, and problems
Software
Changes and updates to SmartWare software
Network information
Network connection considerations that you should take into account for planning are provided for several
types of network interfaces are described in the following sections.
Network Diagram
Draw a network overview diagram that displays all neighboring IP nodes, connected elements and telephony
components.
IP related information
Before you can set up the basic IP connectivity for your SmartNode 4000 series you should have the following
information:
• IP addresses used for Ethernet LAN and WAN ports
• Subnet mask used for Ethernet LAN and WAN ports
• IP addresses of central H.323 Gatekeeper (if used)
• IP addresses of central PSTN Gateway for H.323 and/or ISoIP based calls
• IP addresses of central TFTP Server used for configuration upload and download
Software tools
You will need a PC (or equivalent) with a VT-100 emulation program (e.g. HyperTerminal) to configure the
software on your SmartNode router.
Power source
If you suspect that your AC power is not reliable, for example if room lights flicker often or there is machinery
with large motors nearby, have a qualified professional test the power. Install a power conditioner if necessary.
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Location and mounting requirements
The SmartNode router is intended to be placed on a desktop or similar sturdy, flat surface that offers easy
access to the cables. Allow sufficient space at the rear of the chassis for cable connections. Additionally, you
should consider the need to access the unit for future upgrades and maintenance.
Installing the gateway router
SmartNode gateway router installation consists of the following:
• Placing the device at the desired installation location (see section “Mounting the gateway router” on
page 31)
• Installing the interface and power cables (see section “Connecting cables” on page 31)
When you finish installing the SmartNode, go to chapter 4, “Getting started with the SmartNode” on page 38.
Mounting the gateway router
Place the router on a desktop or similar sturdy, flat surface that offers easy access to the cables. The router
should be installed in a dry environment with sufficient space to allow air circulation for cooling.
Note
For proper ventilation, leave at least 2 inches (5 cm) to the left, right, front,
and rear of the SmartNode gateway router.
Connecting cables
Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables during
periods of lightning activity.
WARNING
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
Installing router cables takes place in the following order:
1. Installing the RJ-11 voice port (FXS) cable or cables (see “Installing an interface cable on the router’s FXS
and FXO interface ports”)
2. Installing the 10/100 Ethernet port cable or cables (see “Installing the Ethernet cable” on page 34)
3. Installing the power input (see “Connecting to external power source” on page 36)
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Installing an interface cable on the router’s FXS and FXO interface ports
The gateway comes with at least two FXS or FXO analog ports—or a combination of FXS and FXO ports—(see
figure 16) located on the back of the router. The FXS interfaces are connected to analog devices via cables (see
figure 17) terminated with RJ-11 connectors (see figure 19 and table 6 on page 33 for pin-out information). The
FXO interface connects the router with analog lines via cables (see figure 18 on page 33) terminated with RJ-11
connectors (see figure 19 and table 6 on page 33 for pin-out information).
Figure 16. Rear view showing location of Ethernet and FXS connectors (SmartNode 4520 shown)
Figure 17. Analog FXS connection
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Unit must not connect directly to telecom network voltage (TNV).
Installing the Ethernet cable
The SmartNode 4520 Series has automatic MDX (auto-cross-over) detection and configuration on the Ethernet ports. Any of the two ports can be connected to a host or hub/switch with a straight-through wired cable
(see figure 20 on page 34). Ethernet devices (10Base-T or 100Base-T) are connected to the SmartNode’s Ethernet ports (see table 7 for port pin-out listing) via a cable terminated with RJ-45 plugs. Because the SmartNode
4110 Series does not have the MDX feature, a cross-over cable is required when connecting SmartNode 4110
Series devices to a host (see figure 21 on page 35).
Table 7. Ethernet 10/100Base-T (RJ-45) port pin-outs (SmartNode 4110 Series)
Note
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Pins not listed are not used.
Figure 20. Connecting a SmartNode 4110 Series device to a hub
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Figure 21. Connecting to a host (cross-over cable required for SmartNode 4110 Series only)
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Connecting to external power source
CAUTION
The terminal block header to which the wires are secured provides the disconnect for the SmartNode. Take proper measures
to ensure that it is not permanently fastened to the receptacle
mounted on the chassis.
The router comes with an internal or external power supply. This section describes installing the power cord
into the router. Do the following:
Note
Do not connect the power cord to the power outlet at this time.
1. If your unit is equipped with an internal power supply, go to step 2. Otherwise, insert the barrel type connector end of the AC power cord into the external power supply connector (see figure 22).
2. Insert the female end of the power cord into the internal power supply connector (see figure 22).
Figure 22. Power connector location on rear panel
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The router power supply automatically adjusts to accept an
input voltage from 100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
Verify that the proper voltage is present before plugging the
CAUTION power cord into the receptacle. Failure to do so could result in
equipment damage.
3. Verify that the AC power cord included with your router is compatible with local standards. If it is not,
refer to “Contacting Patton for assistance” on page 50 to find out how to replace it with a compatible
power cord.
4. Connect the male end of the power cord to an appropriate power outlet.
Figure 23. Router front panel LEDs and Console port locations (SmartNode 4524 shown)
5. Verify that the green Power LED is lit (see figure 23).
Congratulations, you have finished installing the SmartNode Gateway Router! Now go to chapter 4, “Getting
started with the SmartNode” on page 38.
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Chapter 4
Getting started with the SmartNode
Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................39
1. Configure IP address .........................................................................................................................................40
Power connection and default configuration ...................................................................................................40
Connect with the serial interface .....................................................................................................................40
Login ..............................................................................................................................................................41
Changing the IP address .................................................................................................................................41
2. Connect the SmartNode to the network ............................................................................................................41
3. Load configuration ............................................................................................................................................42
Bootloader.............................................................................................................................................................43
Start Bootloader ..............................................................................................................................................43
Start-up with factory configuration .................................................................................................................43
Load a new application image (SmartWare) via TFTP ....................................................................................44
Additional information..........................................................................................................................................45
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Introduction
This chapter leads you through the basic steps to set up a new SmartNode and to download a configuration.
Patton SmartNodes can be used for a wide variety of IP-based network applications. To support and ease the
configuration of the SmartNodes configuration, templates for the most important applications are available on
the Patton server at www.patton.com/voip.
The main steps for setting up a new SmartNode (as of release 2.00 or 2.10) are shown in figure 24.
Figure 24. Steps for setting up a new SmartNode
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1. Configure IP address
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
mechanical serviceability.
CAUTION
Power connection and default configuration
First the SmartNode must be connected to the mains power supply with the power cable. Wait until the 'Run'
LED stops blinking and lights constantly. Now the SmartNode is ready.
The factory default configuration for the Ethernet interface IP addresses and network masks are listed in table 8.
Table 8. Factory default IP address and network mask configuration
IP Address
Network Mask
Interface Ethernet 0 (ETH0)
DHCP
DHCP
Interface Ethernet 1 (ETH1)
192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0
Both Ethernet interfaces are activated upon power-up.
If these addresses match with those of your network, go to section “2. Connect the SmartNode to the network”
on page 41. Otherwise, refer to the following sections to change the addresses and network masks.
Connect with the serial interface
The Console port is wired as an EIA-561, RS-232 port. Use the included Model 16F-561 adapter and cable (see
figure 25) between the SmartNode’s Console port and a PC or workstation’s RS-232 serial interface. Activate the
terminal emulation program on the PC or workstation that supports the serial interface (e.g. HyperTerm).
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• 8 bit
• 1 stop bit
• No flow control
Login
Accessing your SmartNode via the local console port (or via a Telnet session) causes the login screen to display.
Type the factory default login: administrator and leave the password empty. Press the Enter key after the password prompt.
login:administrator
password: <Enter>
172.16.40.1>
After you have successfully logged in you are in the operator execution mode, indicated by > as command line
prompt. With the commands enable and configure you enter the configuration mode.
172.16.40.1>enable
172.16.40.1#configure
172.16.40.1(cfg)#
Changing the IP address
Select the context IP mode to configure an IP interface.
172.16.40.1(cfg)#context ip router
172.16.40.1(ctx-ip)[router]#
Now you can set your IP address and network mask for the interface eth0. Within this example a class C network (172.16.1.0/24) is assumed. The IP address in this example is set to 172.16.1.99 (you should set this to
an unused IP address on your network).
172.16.40.1(ctx-ip)[router]#interface eth0
172.16.40.1(if-ip)[eth0]#ipaddress 172.16.1.99 255.255.255.0
2002-10-29T00:09:40 : LOGINFO
: Link down on interface eth0.
2002-10-29T00:09:40 : LOGINFO
: Link up on interface eth0.
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#
Copy this modified configuration to your new start-up configuration. Upon the next start-up the system will
initialize itself using the modified configuration.
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#copy running-config startup-config
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#
The SmartNode can now be connected with your network.
2. Connect the SmartNode to the network
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
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Depending whether you connect the SmartNode to a host directly or via a hub or switch either straightthrough wired or cross-over cables must be used (see figure 26).
Note
The SmartNode 4520 Series is equipped with Auto-MDX Ethernet ports.
Use straight-through or cross-over cables for host or hub/switch connections.
The SmartNode 4110 will require the proper cable as it does not have the
MDX feature.
Figure 26. Connecting the SmartNode to the network
You can check the connection with the ping command to another host on the local LAN.
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#ping <IP Address of the host>
Respectively from the host: ping 172.16.1.99
Note
To ping outside your local LAN, you will need to configure the default gateway.
3. Load configuration
Download a configuration note to your PC from the support page of Patton’s Inalp web server 
(http://www.inalp.ch/en/support/confignotes/) that matches your application. Adapt the configuration as
described in the configuration note to your network (do not forget to modify the IP address) and copy the
modified configuration to a TFTP server. The SmartNode can now load its configuration from this server.
In this example we assume the TFTP server on the host with the IP address 172.16.1.11 and the configuration
named SN.cfg in the root directory of the TFTP server.
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#copy tftp://172.16.1.11/SN.cfg startup-config
Download...100%
172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#
After the SmartNode has been rebooted the new start up configuration will be activated.
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172.16.1.99(if-ip)[eth0]#reload
Running configuration has been changed.
Do you want to copy the 'running-config' to the 'startup-config'?
Press 'yes' to store, 'no' to drop changes : no
Press 'yes' to restart, 'no' to cancel : yes
The system is going down
Bootloader
The bootloader ensures that basic operations, network access, and downloads are possible in case of interrupted
or corrupted application image downloads. It also offers console access to the Bootloader and the capability for
downloading application images (e.g. SmartWare) via the serial link of the console.
Start Bootloader
To start the Bootloader, power on the SmartNode while pressing the reset button. Open a CLI session via the
console port (if available on the SmartNode). Don`t forget to also connect an ethernet cable to ETH port 0/0
in order for the image to be transferred.
For SmartNodes without Console port, you may open a Telnet session via the ETH port 0/0. The default IP
address on the SmartNode is 172.16.40.1 netmask 255.255.0.0.
Once connected, the following prompt will be displayed:
RedBoot>
Type help to display an overview of the available commands.
Start-up with factory configuration
Step
Command
Purpose
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RedBoot> fis load
Copies the SmartWare application image from the
persistent memory (flash:) to the volatile memory
(RAM) from where it will be executed.
2
RedBoot> go -s factory-config
Starts the SmartWare application telling it to use
‘factory-config’ as startup configuration.
You can also start-up with any other configuration
available in the persistent memory (nvram:) by
providing its name instead of ‘factory-config’.
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Load a new application image (SmartWare) via TFTP
The following procedure downloads the application image (SmartWare) for the mainboard. See the note below
on how to download the respective CLI description file. 
Download the application image from Patton’s Knowledgebase as follows:
http://www.patton.com/support/kb.asp.
Step
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RedBoot> ip_address - l local_ip_address Sets the IP address and subnet mask of the
optional [/mask_len]
Ethernet interface 0/0 which shall be used to
receive the new application image.
mask_len is the length of the network address
(or the number of 1’s within the subnet
mask).
See Note below.
2
RedBoot> ip_address -g gateway
optional
Sets the IP address of the default gateway.
3
RedBoot> ping -h tftp-server_ip_address
optional
Tests the connectivity to the TFTP server.
4
RedBoot> load -r -v -h host -b base_address file_name
Downloads an application image into the volatile memory (RAM) from where the SmartNode could directly execute it.
host: IP address of the TFTP server
base_address: memory location where to
store the application image. Use the default
address 0x1800100
file_name: path and name of the file on the
TFTP server. Note: use the image file that
contains the whole application, not the image
parts.
5
RedBoot> fis delete -n 1
Deletes the first application image.
Reply with ‘y’ to the confirmation request.
6
RedBoot> fis create
Stores the downloaded application image to
the permanent memory (flash:).
Reply with ‘y’ to the confirmation request.
7
RedBoot> fis list -l
Checks whether the image has been successfully stored, whether it is the desired
Release and Build, and whether it is valid.
8
RedBoot> go
Starts the application image that was downloaded into the volatile memory (RAM).
Note
Bootloader
With the Bootloader, only the Ethernet interface 0/0 is available. The default
IP address on the SmartNode is 172.16.40.1 netmask 255.255.0.0.
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This procedure does not download the respective CLI description file.
Download it after starting up SmartWare with the following command:
copy tftp://<tftp_server_address>/<server path>/b1 flash:
Example: Downloading and storing a new application image (SmartWare)
RedBoot> ip -l 172.16.40.98/19
RedBoot> ip -g 172.16.32.1
RedBoot> ping -h 172.16.32.100
Network PING - from 172.16.40.98 to 172.16.32.100
..........PING - received 10 of 10 expected

RedBoot> load -r -v -h 172.16.32.100 -b 0x1800100 /Sn4xxx/image.bin
Using default protocol (TFTP)
Raw file loaded 0x01800100-0x0199ca6b, 1689964 bytes, assumed entry at 0x01800100

RedBoot> fis delete -n 1
Delete image 1 - continue (y/n)? y
... Erase from 0x60030000-0x601cc974: ..........................

RedBoot> fis create
Use address 0x01800100, size 1684402 ? - continue (y/n)? y
... Erase from 0x60030000-0x601cb3ba: ..........................
... Program from 0x00011eec-0x00011ef4 at 0x60030000: .
... Program from 0x01800100-0x0199b4b2 at 0x60030008: ..........................
... Program from 0x00011eec-0x00011ef4 at 0x60030000: .
Image successfully written to flash

RedBoot> fis list -l
Id Address
Length
State
Description

Entry
Load Addr
Version
-------------------------------------------------------------------1 0x60030000 1693438
valid
SmartWare R2.10 BUILD28015

0x01800100 0x01800100
V2.10

RedBoot> go
Starting 'SmartWare R2.10 BUILD28015' at 0x01800100 via 0x01800100

Additional information
For detailed information about configuring and operating guidance, set up procedures, and troubleshooting,
refer to the SmartNode Series SmartWare Software Configuration Guide available online at www.patton.com/
manuals.
Or on the Knowledgebase at: http://www.patton.com/support/kb.asp
Additional information
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LEDs status and monitoring
Chapter contents
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Status LEDs
This chapter describes SmartNode gateway router front panel LEDs. Figure 27 shows SmartNode 4520 Series
LEDs, figure 28 on page 48 shows SmartNode 4110 Series LEDs. LED definitions are listed in table 9 on
page 49.
Figure 27. Examples of SN4520 Series front panels
Status LEDs
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Figure 28. Examples of SN4110 Series front panels
Status LEDs
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Table 9. SmartNode LED Indications
LED
Description
NoteIf an error occurs, all LEDs will flash once per second.
Power
When lit, indicates power is applied. Off indicates no power applied.
Run
When lit, indicates normal operation. Flashes once per second during boot (startup).
VoIP Link
When lit, indicates the gateway is registered on a gatekeeper, media gateway controller, associated to a remote unit, or has an active VoIP connection. Off indicates
the unit is not configured or registered and has no active VoIP connection. Flashing
green indicates that the unit is attempting or has failed to associate/register
FXS (each port)
Off indicates on-hook condition. Solid green when off-hook. Flashes to follow ring
cadence.
FXO (each port)
Off indicates on-hook condition. Solid green when off-hook. Flashes to follow ring
cadence.
Ethernet (each port) • Link: Lit when Ethernet link is up.
• 100M: On when 100-Mbps Ethernet is selected.
• Activity: Flashes when data is received or transmitted from the unit to the LAN.
Status LEDs
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Contacting Patton for assistance
Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................51
Contact information..............................................................................................................................................51
Warranty Service and Returned Merchandise Authorizations (RMAs)...................................................................51
Warranty coverage ..........................................................................................................................................51
Out-of-warranty service .............................................................................................................................51
Returns for credit ......................................................................................................................................51
Return for credit policy .............................................................................................................................52
RMA numbers ................................................................................................................................................52
Shipping instructions ................................................................................................................................52
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Introduction
This chapter contains the following information:
• “Contact information”—describes how to contact Patton technical support for assistance.
• “Warranty Service and Returned Merchandise Authorizations (RMAs)”—contains information about the
RAS warranty and obtaining a return merchandise authorization (RMA).
Contact information
Patton Electronics offers a wide array of free technical services. If you have questions about any of our other
products we recommend you begin your search for answers by using our technical knowledge base. Here, we
have gathered together many of the more commonly asked questions and compiled them into a searchable
database to help you quickly solve your problems:
• Online support—available at www.patton.com
• E-mail support—e-mail sent to support@patton.com will be answered within 1 business day
• Telephone support—standard telephone support is available five days a week—from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
EST (1300 to 2200 UTC)—by calling +1 (301) 975-1007
Warranty Service and Returned Merchandise Authorizations (RMAs)
Patton Electronics is an ISO-9001 certified manufacturer and our products are carefully tested before shipment. All of our products are backed by a comprehensive warranty program.
Note
If you purchased your equipment from a Patton Electronics reseller, ask your
reseller how you should proceed with warranty service. It is often more convenient for you to work with your local reseller to obtain a replacement.
Patton services our products no matter how you acquired them.
Warranty coverage
Our products are under warranty to be free from defects, and we will, at our option, repair or replace the product should it fail within one year from the first date of shipment. Our warranty is limited to defects in workmanship or materials, and does not cover customer damage, lightning or power surge damage, abuse, or
unauthorized modification.
Out-of-warranty service
Patton services what we sell, no matter how you acquired it, including malfunctioning products that are no
longer under warranty. Our products have a flat fee for repairs. Units damaged by lightning or other catastrophes may require replacement.
Returns for credit
Customer satisfaction is important to us, therefore any product may be returned with authorization within 30
days from the shipment date for a full credit of the purchase price. If you have ordered the wrong equipment or
you are dissatisfied in any way, please contact us to request an RMA number to accept your return. Patton is
not responsible for equipment returned without a Return Authorization.
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Return for credit policy
• Less than 30 days: No Charge. Your credit will be issued upon receipt and inspection of the equipment.
• 30 to 60 days: We will add a 20% restocking charge (crediting your account with 80% of the purchase price).
• Over 60 days: Products will be accepted for repairs only.
RMA numbers
RMA numbers are required for all product returns. You can obtain an RMA by doing one of the following:
• Completing a request on the RMA Request page in the Support section at www.patton.com
• By calling +1 (301) 975-1007 and speaking to a Technical Support Engineer
• By sending an e-mail to returns@patton.com
All returned units must have the RMA number clearly visible on the outside of the shipping container. Please use
the original packing material that the device came in or pack the unit securely to avoid damage during shipping.
Shipping instructions
The RMA number should be clearly visible on the address label. Our shipping address is as follows:
Patton Electronics Company
RMA#: xxxx
7622 Rickenbacker Dr.
Gaithersburg, MD 20879-4773 USA
Patton will ship the equipment back to you in the same manner you ship it to us. Patton will pay the return
shipping costs.
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Appendix A Compliance
Chapter contents
Compliance ...........................................................................................................................................................54
EMC Compliance: ..........................................................................................................................................54
Safety Compliance: .........................................................................................................................................54
PSTN Regulatory Compliance: .......................................................................................................................54
CE Declaration of Conformity ..............................................................................................................................54
Authorized European Representative .....................................................................................................................54
Radio and TV Interference (FCC Part 15) ............................................................................................................55
FCC Part 68 (ACTA) Statement (FXO Ports).......................................................................................................55
Industry Canada Notice (FXO Ports) ....................................................................................................................55
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Compliance
EMC Compliance:
• FCC Part 15, Class A
• EN55022, Class A
• EN55024
Safety Compliance:
• UL60950-1/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
• IEC 60950-1
• EN60950-1
• AS/NZS 60950-1
PSTN Regulatory Compliance:
• FCC Part 68
• CS-03
• TBR 21
• AS/ACIF S002
• AS/ACIF S003
CE Declaration of Conformity
We certify that the apparatus identified in this document conforms to the requirements of Council Directive
1999/5/EC on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Radio and Telecommunication
Terminal Equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
The safety advice in the documentation accompanying this product shall be obeyed. The conformity to the
above directive is indicated by the CE sign on the device.
Authorized European Representative
D R M Green
European Compliance Services Limited.
Oakdene House, Oak Road
Watchfield,
Swindon, Wilts SN6 8TD, UK
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Radio and TV Interference (FCC Part 15)
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used properly—that is, in
strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions—may cause interference to radio and television reception. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in
accordance with the specifications in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection from such interference in a commercial installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the equipment causes interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by disconnecting the cables, try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures: moving the computing equipment away from the receiver, re-orienting the receiving
antenna, and/or plugging the receiving equipment into a different AC outlet (such that the computing equipment and receiver are on different branches).
FCC Part 68 (ACTA) Statement (FXO Ports)
This equipment complies with Part 68 of FCC rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA. On the bottom
side of this equipment is a label that contains—among other information—a product identifier in the format
US: AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
The method used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with
the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance
that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone
company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint
with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could
affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in
order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty information, please contact our company.
If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public
service commission or corporation commission for information.
Industry Canada Notice (FXO Ports)
This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is
confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
This Declaration of Conformity means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to
the user's satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line
individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The
Radio and TV Interference (FCC Part 15)
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customer should be aware that compliance with the above condition may not prevent degradation of service in
some situations. Repairs to some certified equipment should be made by an authorized maintenance facility
designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines
and internal metallic water pipe system, are connected together. This protection may be particularly important
in rural areas.
.
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Appendix B Specifications
Chapter contents
DSP.......................................................................................................................................................................58
Voice connectivity .................................................................................................................................................58
Connectivity..........................................................................................................................................................58
Voice processing (signalling dependent) ................................................................................................................58
Fax and modem support........................................................................................................................................58
Voice signalling .....................................................................................................................................................59
Voice routing—session router................................................................................................................................59
IP services ..............................................................................................................................................................59
Management .........................................................................................................................................................60
Operating environment .........................................................................................................................................60
Operating temperature ....................................................................................................................................60
Operating humidity ........................................................................................................................................60
System ...................................................................................................................................................................60
Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................................................60
Weight and power dissipation ...............................................................................................................................60
Power supply .........................................................................................................................................................61
AC version ......................................................................................................................................................61
DC version .....................................................................................................................................................61
Identification of the SmartNode devices via SNMP...............................................................................................61
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DSP
One or two 4-channel DSPs
Voice connectivity
2-wire Loopstart, RJ-11/12
Short haul loop 1.1 km @3REN
EuroPOTS (ETSI EG201 188)
Programmable AC impedance, feeding, and ring voltage; On-Hook Voltage 29VDC
Caller-ID Type-1 FSK and ITU V.23/Bell 202 generation
Connectivity
2 10/100 Full Duplex/Autosensing Ethernet RJ-45
Voice processing (signalling dependent)
Voice codes:
• G.711 A-Law/μ-Law (64 kbps)
• G.726 (ADPCM 40, 32, 24, 16 kpbs)
• G.723.1 (5.3 or 6.3 kbps)
• G.729ab (8 kbps)
• Transparent pass through
G.168 echo cancellation
8 parallel voice connections
DTMF detection and generation
Carrier tone detection and generation
Silence suppression and comfort noise
Configurable dejitter buffer
Configurable tones (dial, ringing, busy)
Configurable transmit packet length
RTP/RTCP (RFC 1889)
Fax and modem support
G.711 transparent FAX
Fax over IP (FoIP)
T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k, 14.4 k)
DSP
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Voice signalling
H.323v4
• RAS, H.225, H.245
• Fast-connect, early H.245
• Gatekeeper autodiscovery
• Alias registration
• Overlap sending
• Empty capability set (call transfer, hold)
• H.323v1 call transfer, hold
ISDN over IP (ISoIP)
• H.323 GW and GK compatible
• H.323 Annex M3
• ISDN/Q-SIG feature tunneling
• ISDN speech, audio and data (Fax Gr 4, UDI 64, RDI 64)
Voice routing—session router
Local switching; Interface huntgroups
Routing Criteria
• Interface
• Calling/called party number
• Time of day, day of week, date
• ISDN bearer capability
Number manipulation functions
• Replace numbers; Add/remove digits
• Multiple remote gateways; PLAR
IP services
IPv4 router; RIPv1, v2 (RFC 1058 and 2453)
Programmable static routes
ICMP redirect (RFC 792); Packet fragmentation
DiffServe/ToS set or queue per header bits
Pocket Policing discards excess traffic
802.1p VLAN tagging
IPSEC AH & ESP Modes
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Manual Key; IKE optional
AES/DES/3DES Encryption
Management
Industry standard CLI with local console (RJ-45, RS-232, 9600 bps, 8, N, 1), and remote Telnet access
TFTP configuration & firmware loading
SNMP v1 agent (MIB II and private MIB)
Built-in diagnostic tools (trace, debug)
Java™ Applet; HPOV Integration with NNM
Operating environment
Operating temperature
32–104°F (0–40°C)
Operating humidity
5–80% (non condensing)
System
CPU Motorola MPC859 operating at 50 MHz
Memory:
• 32 Mbytes SDRAM
• 4 Mbytes Flash
Dimensions
7.3W x 1.6H x 6.1D in. (18.5H x 4.1W x 15.5D cm)
Weight and power dissipation
See table 10.
Table 10. SmartNode weight and maximum power specifications
SmartNode model
Weight
Maximum power dissipation
SN4112/SN4522
30.5 oz/500 g
6W
SN4114/SN4524
30.5 oz/500 g
8W
SN4116/SN4526
24.4 oz/400 ga
12W
SN4118/SN4528
24.4 oz/400 ga
15W
a. Excluding external power supply
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Power supply
CAUTION
The terminal block header to which the wires are secured provides the disconnect for the SmartNode. Take proper measures
to ensure that it is not permanently fastened to the receptacle
mounted on the chassis.
AC version
Internal power supply 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 200 mA
DC version
12 VDC, 1.25 A
Note
Power is to be provided by an agency-approved external SELV source which
provides reinforced insulation from the AC mains power and where the DC
connector is the disconnect device. The source must have a rating of
12 VDC, 1.25 A.
Identification of the SmartNode devices via SNMP
All SmartNode devices have assigned sysObjectID (.iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib-2.system.sysObjectID)
numbers (see table 11).
Table 11. SmartNode Models and their Unique sysObjectID
SmartNode Model
SysObjectID
SN4112-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.5
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.5
SN4112-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.19
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.19
SN4114-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.6
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.6
SN4114-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.20
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.20
SN4114-2JS2JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.12
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.12
SN4116-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.7
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.7
SN4116-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.21
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.21
SN4116-4JS2JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.13
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.13
SN4118-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.8
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.8
SN4118-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.22
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.22
Power supply
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Table 11. SmartNode Models and their Unique sysObjectID (Continued)
SmartNode Model
SysObjectID
SN4118-4JS4JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.14
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.14
SN4524-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.1
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.1
SN4526-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.3
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.3
SN4528-JS
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.4
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.4
SN4524-2JS2JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.9
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.9
SN4526-4JS2JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.10
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.10
SN4528--4JS4JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.11
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.11
SN4522-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.15
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.15
SN4524-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.16
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.16
SN4526-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.17
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.17
SN4528-JO
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.patton.products.sn4xxx.18
1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.18
According to table 11, an SNMP get request to .iso.org.dod.internet.mgmt.mib-2.system.sysObjectID of a SmartNode 4112-JS device reads out a numeric OID of 1.3.6.1.4.1.1768.2.4.5.5, which represents a SmartNode
4112 device. The mapping of the sysObjectID to each of the SmartNode model is realized with the SmartNode
product identification MIB.
IMPORTANT
The SNMP agent running in SmartWare is SNMP version 1
(SNMPv1) compliant. SNMP version 2 (SNMPv2) and SNMP
version 3 (SNMPv3) are not currently supported.
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Appendix C Cabling
Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................64
Serial console .........................................................................................................................................................64
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T ........................................................................................................................64
Analog FXS ...........................................................................................................................................................67
Analog FXO ..........................................................................................................................................................67
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Introduction
This section provides information on the cables used to connect the SmartNode and the interface cards to the
existing network infrastructure and to third party products.
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
Serial console
The SmartNode can be connected to a serial terminal over its serial console port, as depicted in figure 29.
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Note
See section “Console port” on page 70 for console port pin-outs.
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
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Ethernet devices (10Base-T/100Base-T) are connected to the SmartNode over a cable with RJ-45 plugs. Use a
cross-over cable to a host, or a straight cable to a hub. See figure 30 (host) and figure 31 on page 66 (hub) for
the different connections.
Note
The SmartNode 4520 Series is equipped with Auto-MDX Ethernet ports.
Use straight-through wired cables for host or hub/switch connections
Figure 30. Ethernet cross-over
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T
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Figure 31. Ethernet straight-through
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T
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Analog FXS
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
Applicable to SmartNodes equipped with FXS ports. The FXS ports are connected to analog terminals
(phones, fax machines, answering machines) via cables terminated with RJ-11 connectors (see section “FXS
port” on page 71 for details on port pinouts).
Figure 32. Connecting an FXS device
Analog FXO
The Interconnecting cables shall be acceptable for external use
and shall be rated for the proper application with respect to voltage, current, anticipated temperature, flammability, and
CAUTION mechanical serviceability.
Applicable to SmartNodes equiped with FXO ports. The FXO ports are connected to analog phone lines via
cables terminated with RJ-11 connectors (see section “FXO port” on page 71 for details on port pinouts).
Note
Analog FXS
The phone line socket (connector type and pinout) available from the public
network vary from country to country. Refer to technical information available from your local operator for additional cabling information.
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Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................70
Console port..........................................................................................................................................................70
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T port ................................................................................................................70
FXS port................................................................................................................................................................71
FXO port ..............................................................................................................................................................71
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Introduction
This section provides pin-out information for the ports of the SmartNode.
Console port
Configuration settings: 9600 bps, 8 bits, no parity, no flow control
Figure 34. EIA-561 (RJ-45 8-pin) port
Note
Pins not listed are not used.
Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-T port
Table 12. RJ-45 socket
Note
Introduction
Pin
Signal
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
6
RX-
Pins not listed are not used.
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FXS port
The FXS ports use an RJ-11 connector with 6 positions. The midle two positions 3 and 4 are used according
to table 13.
Table 13. RJ-11 socket
Note
Pin
Signal
3
Ring (-)
4
Tip (+)
Pins not listed are not used.
FXO port
The FXO ports use an RJ-11 connector with 6 positions. The midle two positions 3 and 4 are used according
to table 14.
Table 14. RJ-11 socket
Note
FXS port
Pin
Signal
3
Ring (-)
4
Tip (+)
Pins not listed are not used.
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Appendix E SmartNode 4110 Series factory
configuration
Chapter contents
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................................73
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E • SmartNode 4110 Series factory configuration
Introduction
The factory configuration settings for SmartNode 4110 Series devices are as follows:
#----------------------------------------------------------------#
#
#
# 4110 Series
#
# Factory configuration file
#
#
#
#----------------------------------------------------------------#

sntp-client
sntp-client server primary 129.132.2.21 port 123 version 4

system
 ic voice 0

low-bitrate-codec g729

context ip router

 interface eth0

ipaddress dhcp

tcp adjust-mss rx mtu

tcp adjust-mss tx mtu

port ethernet 0 0
 medium auto
 encapsulation ip
 bind interface eth0 router
 no shutdown
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Appendix F SmartNode 4520 Series factory
configuration
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F • SmartNode 4520 Series factory configuration
Introduction
The factory configuration settings for SmartNode 4520 Series devices are as follows:
#----------------------------------------------------------------#
#
#
# 4520 Series
#
# Factory configuration file
#
#
#
#----------------------------------------------------------------#

dns-relay
sntp-client
sntp-client server primary 129.132.2.21 port 123 version 4

system

 ic voice 0

low-bitrate-codec g729

profile napt NAPT

profile dhcp-server DHCP
 network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
 include 1 192.168.1.10 192.168.1.99
 lease 2 hours
 default-router 1 192.168.1.1
 domain-name-server 1 192.168.1.1

context ip router

 interface eth0

ipaddress dhcp

use profile napt NAPT

tcp adjust-mss rx mtu

tcp adjust-mss tx mtu

 interface eth1

ipaddress 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0

tcp adjust-mss rx mtu

tcp adjust-mss tx mtu

context ip router
 dhcp-server use DHCP

port ethernet 0 0
 medium auto
 encapsulation ip
 bind interface eth0 router
 no shutdown

port ethernet 0 1
 medium auto
 encapsulation ip
 bind interface eth1 router
 no shutdown
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Appendix G Installation checklist
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G • Installation checklist
Introduction
This appendix lists the tasks for installing a SmartNode 4520 or 4110 Series router (see table 15) . Make a copy
of this checklist and mark the entries as you complete each task. For each SmartNode 4520 or 4110 Series
router, include a copy of the completed checklist in your site log.
Table 15. Installation checklist
Task
Verified by
Date
Network information available & recorded in site log
Environmental specifications verified
Site power voltages verified
Installation site pre-power check completed
Required tools available
Additional equipment available
All printed documents available
SmartWare release & build number verified
Rack, desktop, or wall mounting of chassis completed
Initial electrical connections established
ASCII terminal attached to console port
Cable length limits verified
Initial configuration performed
Initial operation verified
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