D-Link DVG-7062S User`s manual

DVG-7022S/7044S/7062
VoIP Gateway
User’s Manual
Version 1.3
(8 May 2008)
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FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
‧ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
‧ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
‧ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
‧ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case the user
may be required to take adequate measures.
Warnung!
Dies ist ein Produkt der Klasse B. Im Wohnbereich kann dieses Produkt Funkstoerungen verursachen. In diesem Fall
kann vom Benutzer verlangt werden, angemessene Massnahmen zu ergreifen.
Precaución!
Este es un producto de Clase B. En un entorno doméstico, puede causar interferencias de radio, en cuyo case, puede
requerirse al usuario para que adopte las medidas adecuadas.
Attention!
Ceci est un produit de classe B. Dans un environnement domestique, ce produit pourrait causer des interférences radio,
auquel cas l`utilisateur devrait prendre les mesures adéquates.
Attenzione!
Il presente prodotto appartiene alla classe B. Se utilizzato in ambiente domestico il prodotto può causare interferenze
radio, nel cui caso è possibile che l`utente debba assumere provvedimenti adeguati.
Contents
1. Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ 1
1-1 Product Overview.................................................................................................................................... 1
1-2 Hardware Description ............................................................................................................................. 2
2. Installation and Applications ............................................................................................................................ 4
2-1 Network Interface - Gateway Assigned with a Public IP Address .......................................................... 4
2-2 Telephone Interface Description ............................................................................................................. 5
3. Gateway Configuration – Use Web Browser ................................................................................................... 7
3-1 Network Settings (WAN) ......................................................................................................................... 8
3-2 Network Settings (LAN) ........................................................................................................................ 12
3-3 QoS Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 14
3-4 NAT/DDNS............................................................................................................................................ 16
3-5 Caller ID ................................................................................................................................................ 19
3-6 Telephony Settings ............................................................................................................................... 21
3-7 SIP ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
3-8 Calling Features .................................................................................................................................... 31
3-9 Advanced Options................................................................................................................................. 33
3-10 Digit Map ............................................................................................................................................. 37
3-11 Phone Book......................................................................................................................................... 41
3-12 Caller Filter.......................................................................................................................................... 42
3-13 CDR Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 43
3-14 Language ............................................................................................................................................ 44
3-15 Transit Call Control ............................................................................................................................. 45
3-16 Long-Distance Control Table .............................................................................................................. 46
3-17 Long Distance Exception Table .......................................................................................................... 47
3-18 CPT/Cadence Settings ....................................................................................................................... 48
3-19 Current Status ..................................................................................................................................... 50
3-20 RTP Packet Summary ........................................................................................................................ 51
3-21 System Information ............................................................................................................................. 52
3-22 Routing Table...................................................................................................................................... 53
3-23 STUN Inquiry....................................................................................................................................... 54
3-24 Ping Test ............................................................................................................................................. 55
3-25 Static Route......................................................................................................................................... 56
3-26 Port Filtering........................................................................................................................................ 57
3-27 IP Filtering ........................................................................................................................................... 58
3-28 MAC Filtering ...................................................................................................................................... 59
3-29 Virtual Server ...................................................................................................................................... 60
3-30 DMZ .................................................................................................................................................... 61
3-31 URL Filter ............................................................................................................................................ 62
3-32 Special Applications............................................................................................................................ 63
3-33 DoS Prevention Settings..................................................................................................................... 64
3-34 NTP (Network Time Protocol) ............................................................................................................. 65
3-35 SNMP.................................................................................................................................................. 66
3-36 Backup/Restore .................................................................................................................................. 67
3-37 System Log ......................................................................................................................................... 68
3-38 Provision Settings ............................................................................................................................... 69
3-39 System Operations (Save Settings).................................................................................................... 70
3-40 Software Upgrade ............................................................................................................................... 71
3-41 Logout ................................................................................................................................................. 72
4. Configuring the Gateway through IVR........................................................................................................... 73
4-1 IVR (Interactive Voice Response)......................................................................................................... 73
4-2 IP Configuration Settings—Set the IP Configuration of the WAN Port ................................................. 75
5. Dialing Principles ............................................................................................................................................. 78
5-1 Dialing Options...................................................................................................................................... 78
5-2 Dialed Number Processing Flow........................................................................................................... 78
5-3 Example for Match phone numbers invited by callers .......................................................................... 79
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................... 81
Product Features......................................................................................................................................... 81
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Produect Overview
1. Introduction
1-1 Product Overview
The DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S VoIP Gateway carries both voice and facsimile over the IP network. It uses the
industry standard SIP call control protocol so as to be compatible with free registration services or VoIP service
providers’ systems. As a standard user agent, it is compatible with all common Soft Switches and SIP proxy
servers. While running optional server software, the gateway can be configured to establish a private VoIP
network over the Internet without a third-party SIP Proxy Server.
The gateway can be seamlessly integrated into an existing network by connecting to a phone set and fax
machine. With only a broadband connection such as an ADSL bridge/router, a Cable Modem or a leased-line
router, the gateway allows you to use voice and fax services over IP in order to reduce the cost of all long distance
calls.
DDNS support makes the gateway reachable via its domain name where an ISP dynamically assigns an IP
address. By enabling the CDR function, administrators are allowed to log-in and view all call records, for example
call duration, time and date of calls, and latency.
The gateway can be assigned a fixed IP address or it can have one dynamically assigned by DHCP over PPPoE.
It adopts either the G.711, G.726, G.729A or G.723.1 voice compression format to save network bandwidth while
providing real-time, toll quality voice transmission and reception.
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Hardware Description
1-2 Hardware Description
Front Panel
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Power Indicator: Green light indicates a normal power supply.
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Run Indicator: Blinking green light indicates normal operation.
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Alarm Indicator: When the system starts up, the red light will blink. This indicator will also light to indicate
any abnormal gateway behavior.
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Voice ports indicators: Indicate connection and activity on the port 1 – 4 / 1 – 8. On the DVG-7022, P1-P2
stand for Phone1-Phone2 and L1-L2 stand for Line1-Lin2; On the DVG-7044 P1 – P4 stand for Phone1 –
Phone4 and L1-L4 stands for Line1-Line4; On the DVG-7062 P1-P6 stand for Phone1-Phone6 and L1-L2
stand for Lin1-Lin2; Phone port are connected to your analog telephone, and Line port are connected to
your original telephone line on the wall jack with RJ-11 cable.
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WAN Indicators: indicate connection and activity on the WAN Ports.
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L1 – L4 Indicators: indicate connection and activity on LAN Port 1 – 4.
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When starting up the system, the Alarm, Run, and Power indicators will light up. After about 40
seconds, the Alarm indicator will go off, the Run indicator will blink green, and the Power indicator
will stay green (under normal operating conditions). If the Alarm indicator continues to blink, then
the system is attempting to connect with your ISP and has yet to obtain an IP address.
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Once the WAN is connected, the WAN indicator will light up green and, if data is being transmitted
over the Internet, the indicator blinks green and orange.
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Hardware Description
Rear Panel
DVG-7022S Model
DVG-7044S Model
DVG-7062S Model
WARNING: DO NOT (1) connect the phone ports to each other (FXS to FXS) or (2) connect any
phone port directly to a PSTN line (FXS to PSTN) or to an internal PBX line (FXS to PBX extension).
Doing so may damage your VoIP gateway.
To restore factory default settings (IP address, User’s Name, Password):
(1) Disconnect the power plug.
(2) Press and hold the reset button for 6 seconds.
(3) Reconnect the power plug while pressing down on the reset button.
(4) Release the reset button after 6 seconds. Factory settings will be restored.
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Network Interface
2. Installation and Applications
2-1 Network Interface - Gateway Assigned with a Public IP Address
Gateway can be assigned with a Public IP Address.
The gateway will have a Public IP address for Internet connection regardless of whether it is a static IP
address, DHCP (using a Cable Modem), or PPPoE (Dialup / ADSL).
Gateway IP Settings
Need to set up as static IP,
DHCP, or PPPoE
NAT/STUN Settings
Unnecessary (Disabled)
DDNS Settings
Unnecessary (Disabled)
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Telephone Interface Description
2-2 Telephone Interface Description
Example for DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S:
DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S connecting directly to the Telephone Line of a PSTN
Phone is FXS interface and Line is FXO interfaces; FXO can all be connected to a PSTN to serve as a
bridge between the PSTN and other VoIP telephones. The system also allows a call to be made from a
traditional telephone line to connect with a user behind the Gateway.
FXO
FXS
Integrating the DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S with PBX
P1- P4 or P1-P8 is FXO interfaces, and some of them can be connected to PSTN for direct calls. Others can
be connected to the PBX so other extension lines can make VoIP calls by calling extension phone number.
FXO
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Telephone Interface Description
FXS
FXO
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Gateway Configuration-Web Browser
3. Gateway Configuration – Use Web Browser
The VoIP gateway allows users to configure its settings using a web interface (Web UI). You can access the
Configuration Menu by opening a web-browser (e.g., Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator) and entering the
factory default LAN IP address: 192.168.8.254. The IP address of the Web UI is same as the default LAN IP
noted elsewhere in this user’s manual.
You can also use an ordinary telephone, connect it to the gateway, and dial ”101” to inquire about the current
WAN Port IP address and then use the WAN port to log-in.
Instructions
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Open a Web-Browser (e.g., Explorer, Navigator, Opera, Firefox).
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Enter the LAN port IP address. The default LAN port IP address is: 192.168.8.254.
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The log-in screen below will appear after you connect. (The factory default settings for Login ID and
Password are blank (i.e., no login ID, no password).)
The gateway does not allow multiple people to configure the gateway simultaneously. Please remember to
logout or restart the system if you are not using the web configuration function.
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Network Settings
3-1 Network Settings (WAN)
The network settings are used to set the gateway’s communication ports, IP configurations, and Phone
Book Manager IP settings.
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Current WAN IP Address: The IP address of the WAN port.
Listen Port UDP: It is not necessary to change the protocol of the communication port used by the
gateway, unless it conflicts with ports used by another device in your network.
RTP Starting Port UDP: The initial value of the port number for transmitting voice data among
gateway(s). Each line requires 2 ports. For the DVG-7022S/7044S/7062 gateway 8/16 UDP ports are
required. It is not necessary to change the setting, unless it conflicts with ports used by another
network device.
For example, if the starting port is 9000, then Line 1 is using ports 9000 and 9001, and Line 2 is using
ports 9002 and 9003, and so forth.
IP Configuration (Setting WAN Port)
There are five methods of obtaining a WAN port IP address:
1.
Static IP
2.
DHCP, which means a Dynamic IP (Cable Modem)
3.
PPPoE (dial-up ADSL)
4.
PPTP
5.
BigPond (for Australia only)
Methods for using DHCP and PPPoE for obtaining an IP address may vary. If you are not familiar with
creating a network connection, please contact your local ISP.
Setting Dynamic IP (DHCP)
Click “DHCP” to obtain a Dynamic IP address, enter the “Hostname” and “Vendor Class ID” if required by
your local ISP and then click the “Accept” button at the bottom of the screen.
Saving the settings: Click System Operation to select “Save Settings”, “Restart”, and then click the ”Accept”
button. Wait for about 40 seconds, and the system will obtain the required IP value from the DHCP Server.
Setting Static IP
Select “Static IP” and enter the IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway values. Then click the
“Accept” button at the bottom of the screen. Save the settings, and then restart the system. Wait for about
40 seconds for the system to restart.
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Network Settings
ADSL PPPoE Settings
Select “PPPoE” and enter the Account Number, Password and Reenter Password to confirm. Then click the
“Accept” button at the bottom of the screen. Save the settings, and then restart the system. The system will
take about 49 seconds to restart.
PPTP Settings
Click PPTP and enter IP Address, Subnet mask, PPTP Server, PPTP ID and Password. Then click the
Accept button at the bottom. Save the settings, and then restart the system.
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Network Settings
BigPond (for Australia only)
Click “BigPond Cable” and enter the User Name and Password. Then click the “Accept” button at the
bottom of the screen.
(DNS) Settings
Domain Name Server (DNS): While a gateway is accessing another gateway or a computer with a
hostname, it will look up the IP address from the DNS provided by your ISP. Normally, the ISP assigns DNS
information while negotiating with PPPoE or DHCP. If the DNS is not assigned automatically or the WAN
port is assigned a static IP address, the DNS settings must be assigned manually.
Auto: the gateway learns primary and secondary addresses from the ISP’s DHCP server or PPPoE server.
Manual: enter the primary and secondary addresses manually. Please be sure that the IP addresses are
correct otherwise the gateway will not be able to access hosts using hostnames instead of IPs.
WAN Link Speed
It is used to choose the WAN Ethernet link speed. The default is Auto. Please choose the same speed with
Router/Switch/Hub, if VoIP gateway connected to Router/Switch/Hub has the link problem.
Clone MAC
Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) assign bandwidth via MAC (Media Access Control) addresses. You
can click the "Clone" button to type in a MAC address which will be recognized by your ISP. It is only
necessary to fill in the field if it is required by your ISP.
The “Your MAC Address” field will be blank as you log-in via the WAN port.
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Network Settings
Using Phone Book Manager
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Enable Phone Book Manager Server: this allows other gateway users to register the IP address and
telephone number in this Phone Book manager. It is recommended that the unit appointed as the Phone
Book Manager use static IP.
y
Share Phone Book to Clients: While this option is enabled and the gateway is performing as a Phone
Book Manager, this gateway will append its Phone Book entries to the Manager for other clients to lookup.
y
TTL (Time to Live): If a gateway system that is controlled by the Phone Book Manager does not report
back within the deadline set by TTL, the system will be excluded from the user’s list. Each gateway should
report to the Phone Book Manager once every 30 seconds.
y
Register to Phone Book Manager: To register to the Phone Book Manager.
y
VoIP failure announcement: As soon as the registration to Phone Book Manager is failed, the gateway
will drive IVR system to play out failure announcements for the caller
y
Gateway Name for Phone Book Manager: The alias registered with the Phone Book Manager.
y
Phone Book Manager Login Password: Enter the registered password. If this system is serving as the
Phone Book Manager, the set password is also the password used for registering other gateway systems.
y
Phone Book Manager IP/Domain: Enter the IP address for the Phone Book Manager. (This variable also
supports URL (Uniform Resource Locator).)
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Phone Book Manager Server Listen Port [1 - 65535]: The protocol communication port for transmitting
signals between the Phone Book Manager and other gateway systems. Please confirm whether or not
the setting is the same as that of the Phone Book Manager.
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Network Settings
3-2 Network Settings (LAN)
LAN IP/Subnet mask
Gateway LAN Port IP address and subnet mask settings.
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Network Settings
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Enable DHCP Server: Enable or Disable DHCP server service of the gateway.
y
IP Pool Starting Address: The first IP address to be assigned to DHCP clients.
y
IP Pool Ending Address: The last IP address to be assigned to DHCP clients.
y
IP Pool Uses Other Default Gw: Tick the check box to give DHCP client the other default gateway.
y
IP Pool Default Gateway: Assign the default gateway and subnet mask to DHCP client.
y
IP Pool Subnet mask: Assign the default gateway and subnet mask to DHCP client.
y
Lease Time: The valid period of an assigned IP address.
y
Domain Name Server Assignment: The DNS information to be assigned to DHCP clients.
Auto: the gateway learns primary and secondary addresses from the ISP’s DHCP server or PPPoE
server.
Manual: enter the primary and secondary addresses manually. Please be sure that the IP addresses
are correct otherwise the gateway will not be able to access hosts using hostnames instead of IPs.
y
y
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Port of Web Access from WAN: HTTP port for WAN. To change this setting, web configuration must
be accessed via the gateway’s LAN port. The gateway always uses port 80 for HTTP connection via
the LAN port.
NOTE: Due to network security concerns, Web Access for WAN port is disabled by default (port
number “0” in this option means disable web access). To enable it, simply enter a valid port number in
this field.
Enable Web UI: When “Enable Web UI” is un-ticked, you cannot access from Web.
Enable Telnet Service: It is to activate Telnet access from WAN or LAN when ticked. You can
configure all settings on web user interface through telnet, such as IP configuration, SIP settings,
Provision settings, reset to a default stat, etc.
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Qos Settings
3-3 QoS Settings
WAN QoS
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QoS (Quality of Service): Sets true bandwidth of your Internet connection to ensure sound quality
during transmission. (When this function is enabled, voice packets have the highest priority to ensure
telecommunication quality while less bandwidth is assigned for data transmission.) Some models of
the VoIP gateway without this function will adjust bandwidth automatically.
y
ToS/DiffServ (Type of Service/DSCP): Voice packets have the highest priority to ensure
telecommunication quality; the larger the value you set, the higher the priority.
NOTE: Please contact your ISP when you configure these values.
LAN QoS
y
Priority: The gateway can prioritize LAN ports. Data from HIGH priority port are delivered prior to
those from LOW priority port while they arrive at the same time.
y
Flow Control: Enable or Disable Flow control.
y
Incoming Rate Limit: Set the incoming (from WAN to LAN) rate limit of a specific LAN port (can not
exceed the real downstream bandwidth).
y
Outgoing Rate Limit: Set the outgoing (from LAN to WAN) rate limit of a specific LAN port (can not
exceed the real upstream bandwidth).
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Qos Settings
* VLAN – This feature is only supported for the special hardware.
VLAN is optional. It works with the Router or Switch that supports VLAN. There are 2 VLAN groups: Voice
and data (LAN). This improves efficiency of network performance and security.
y
Enable VLAN Tagging: It is to tag the packets for VLAN Router or Switch identifying.
y
VLAN ID: It is to assign uniquely a user-defined ID to each packet.
y
Priority: It is the proprietary to VLAN Router or Switch.
y
Note: Please do not change anything here unless requested by your ISP.
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Caller ID
3-4 NAT/DDNS
NAT Traversal
If your gateway is set up behind an Internet sharing device, you can select either the NAT or STUN protocol.
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NAT Public IP: The IP address used by the gateway should be a private address. Furthermore, users
must set Virtual Server Mapping in the Internet sharing device. (For example, a virtual server is usually
defined as a Service Port, and all requests to this port will be redirected to this specified server’s
private IP address).
The default ports of the gateway are listed below:
Listen Port (UDP): 5060
RTP Starting Port (UDP): Listen Port used for telephone communication.
Port of Web Access from WAN (TCP): the number you set in this option on the Network Settings page.
DVG-7022S: 9000~9023
DVG-7044S: 9000~9047
DVG-7062S: 9000~9047
o NAT IP/Domain: Enter the NAT Server IP address (real public IP address of the Internet sharing
device); or enter a true URL (Uniform Resource Locator) when DDNS is used. Please refer to the
DDNS settings.
NOTE: If you are setting a public IP in this field, it has to be a static public IP, otherwise VoIP
communication may not be established properly. Please contact your ISP to check whether your Internet
connection has static public IP addresses.
y
Enable STUN Client: Using the STUN protocol prevents problems with setting the IP sharing function,
but some NATs do not support this protocol.
NOTE: You can use the “Status Æ STUN Inquiry” page to detect the NAT type of your Internet sharing
device. If the NAT type is “Symmetric NAT,” then the gateway is not able to traverse the NAT. It is not a flaw
of the gateway design, but rather a limitation of the STUN protocol.
y
STUN Server IP/Domain and Port: Enter the STUN server IP address and Listen Port number. You
can set two STUN server IPs separated by a semicolon.
y
Enable UPnP Control Point: This variable will enable the gateway’s IP traffic to pass through an
Internet sharing device. This function only works when the Internet sharing device supports UPnP and
has it enabled.
NOTE: The “Status Æ Current Status” page will show the status of UPnP.
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Caller ID
DDNS
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Caller ID
These settings are only necessary when the gateway is set up behind an Internet sharing device that uses a
dynamic IP address and does not support DDNS.
Choose a DDNS Server: The current system allows users to choose either DynDNS、TZO、3322.org、PeanutHull
or a private server. You will need to apply for an account with DynDNS、TZO、3322.org、PeanutHull or a private
server before you type in the following information.
y
Server address: the IP address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the DDNS Server.
y
Hostname: the URL of the system (or NAT) – applied from domain name registration providers (e.g.
www.dyndns.org).
y
Login ID and Password: The ID and password used to log-in to the DDNS server.
y
Behind NAT: Select this only when the system is set up behind a NAT device.
NOTE: If the gateway is set up under NAT, then enter the hostname in the NAT IP/Domain that is the
same as the Hostname of the DDNS.
Example:
NAT
DDNS
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Caller ID
3-5 Caller ID
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FXS Caller ID Generation: Select this option to enable the caller ID display function on FXS ports.
When enabled, the caller’s phone number will be displayed on your phone set when the call comes
through. FSK is preferred in some countries.
y
Send Caller ID After The First Ring: When enabled, the caller’s phone number will be sent to your
phone set after the first ring-on. When disabled, caller id will be sent before the First ring-on.
y
FXO Caller ID Detection: Used to detect the Caller ID delivered from the PSTN to the FXO port.
When enabled, the Caller ID detected on the FXO port will be sent to the SIP Proxy Server on transit in
(dialing out) calls.
y
Detection Level: If FXO can’t detect Caller ID, try to adjust it until it can.
NOTE: If you register the gateway to a Proxy, you may be unable to make a call because the
gateway will not send the number for authorization.
y
FSK Caller ID Type: Bellcore is used in North America and ETSI is used in EU.
y
Anonymous Caller ID (CLIR): When enabled, anyone receiving a call from you will not display your
number if they have caller ID.
NOTE: If you register the gateway to a Proxy and you check this option, you may be unable to make a
call. This is due to the fact that the VoIP gateway doesn’t send the number for authorization.
y
CLIR At Transit In W/O Caller ID: When not enabled, if the FXO can detect caller ID in a call from
PSTN, the gateway will use the detected caller ID as caller identification when it makes transit in calls;
if FXO cannot detect caller ID in a call from PSTN, the gateway will use “anonymous” as caller
identification for transit in calls. When it enabled, the gateway will always uses “anonymous” as caller
identification for transit in calls.
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Caller ID
Transit In Caller ID Strip / Replace
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Scan code: Defines the rule of the Caller IDs detected by FXO. It can be a prefix or a full number.
y
Substitude: Defines the changed display info. of the calling party while making calls to Internet by
FXO.
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Telephony Settings
3-6 Telephony Settings
Prefix Number Rules
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Trunk Dial Out Verify/ Trunk Dial Out Replace: VoIP gateway will check (verify) the dial out
prefix from dial out numbers and change (replace) the prefix to transit out through FXO port.
Example:
If you transit out with 01907123456, the system will transfer to 190601 907123456. If you transit out with
008621123456 the system will replace it with 190200 8621123456. The maximum digit is 40. In the example
is 13 digits.
y
Trunk Dial Out Deny: The system will deny the call with the leading number filled in this column.
y
Trunk Incoming Prompt Voice: Select the greeting (must use the IVR 132 function to record a voice
file) when FXO receives an inbound call (transit in).
y
FXO Hunting VoIP call in option: To set FXO transit out to POTS mode. By using a fixed number
assigned in “FXO Hunting Default Dial-Out “. Or transit out with the number sent from remote SIP UA
when the VoIP call calls FXO hunting number.
y
FXO Hunting Default Dial-Out: To set FXO default dial-out number.
This will take effect as FXO Line VoIP call in option is set to Default Dial-Out. When some one makes a
call to this FXO port from Internet, it will dial to PSTN with that default number.
y
FXO Line VoIP call in options: To set FXO dial-out mode when the VoIP call indicates the FXO
extension number.
Caller Indicate Dial-Out: When someone makes a call to this FXO port from Internet, it will dial to
PSTN with the number assigned in SIP packet.
Default Dial-Out: When some one makes a call to this FXO port from Internet, it will dial to PSTN
with the number filled in “FXO Line Default Dial-Out”.
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Telephony Settings
Enable: To enable a line; if some lines are not used, disable them (Pause Function) to avoid unnecessary
waiting when an incoming call is diverting to this line.
Hotline Functions
y
FXS port: When the user picks up the phone, the gateway automatically dials your assigned hotline number.
When in hotline mode, other phone numbers cannot be dialed.
y
FXO port: When receiving a call from an outside line, the gateway will divert the call to the assigned hotline
number.
y
Hot Line No.: Enter the hot line number for an automatic dialing function.
y
Warm Line: When the Warm Line function is in use, user can dial a number. Otherwise the system will
divert incoming calls from an outside line to the Hot Line Number after a set wait time.
Example:
Assume the assigned hotline for DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S line 1 is 701 and the Warm Line (Hot Line Delay)
is 5 seconds. If no extension number is dialed within 5 seconds, the call will be automatically diverted to the
assigned hotline (ext 701). The system allows users to record a voice prompt (e.g. “please enter an
extension number or wait for the operator to content you”) to use in this situation.
Assume the assigned hotline for DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S line 2 is 702 and the wait time is 0 second.
When Port2 receives a call from an outside line, it will be automatically diverted to extension 702.
y
Dial-out Prefix: It is the number dialed automatically by the system when the FXO interface diverts a call to
the PSTN by VoIP.
y
FXO Line Default Dial-Out: Default number that FXO will dial out when it receive an incoming call from
VoIP.
Example:
If PBX extension needs to dial “0” to make a PSTN call, and the FXO ports are connected to PBX extension.
In this case, the Dial-out prefix should be set to “0”. If the PBX requires some delay time before capturing a
line, then the trunk prefix should be set as “0,” so that after dialing a 0, it will pause for 1 second before
dialing the destination number. Each comma represents a 1 second delay. If more delay time is required,
simply add more commas. Please note that if a Dial-out prefix is set, the line won’t be able to dial any
PBX extension line.
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Telephony Settings
y
FXS Group: Select group hunting when there is an incoming call and the gateway will automatically assign
an unassigned call according to the Hunting Priority. If Line 2 does not want to be set as an assigned line to
receive any inbound calls, the function can be disabled. Users can also use the Up or Down key to adjust
hunting priority (No setting is required for the FXO interface).
y
FAX/Modem: Enable this line to detect if there is a fax tone and transfer the call to a fax line.
Function
Fax Detection
Content of SDP of re-INVITE
Receive re-INVITE with T.38
Disable
No
N/A
Accept and change RTP to T.38
T.38 Fax
Yes
re-INVITE with T.38 and T.30
Accept and change RTP to T.38
T.30 Fax
Yes
re-INVITE with T.30
Accept and change RTP to T.38
T.30
Fax/Modem
Detect CED
only
re-INVITE with T.30
Accept and change RTP to T.38
T.30 Only
No
N/A(All the calls use T.30
codec of RTP stream, not
need to change codec.)
Accept and change RTP to T.38
T.38 Native
Yes
re-INVITE with T.38
Accept and change RTP to T.38
NOTE: When a fax tone is detected from the call, the gateway will automatically switch from voice
mode to fax mode. Hence, the fax settings will be temporarily applied to a specific port which
detects the fax tones, instead of its default voice settings.
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Telephony Settings
Trunk Hunting Order: To set FXO dial-out mode when there is an incoming call dialed FXO representative
number.
First Idle: The gateway will assign each unassigned call from first FXO line.
Sequential: The gateway will automatically assign the first unassigned call to the first FXO line. The second
FXO line will dial the second unassigned call out. Each line will be used.
y
Enable FXO/Trunk Extension Number: Select this function only when FXO receives 2 or more different
PBX or PSTN, or under special circumstances. Users are free to call out from a desired channel, if assigned.
If you register to a Proxy it MUST be checked.
y
Pick up Line by Dialing Extension Number: Allows user to dial just the FXO extension – 717 - to use
when the PSTN line is connected on the FXO port. If you are registered to a Proxy, it MUST be checked.
y
Wait for Caller ID before FXO / Trunk pick up: To detect caller ID from FXO port.
y
Transit in Busy Tone Limit: The duration gateway plays a busy tone before FXO hook-on. To notify the
caller from PSTN that this call is finished.
y
Detect FXO Line Presence: Enable this function to detect the line presence that FXO port is connected to
PBX or a PSTN line. Untick the check box to disable this function if it mis-detect line presence on FXO port
while ringing.
y
Ring (Early Media) Time Limit[10 - 600secs]:The timeout to cancel a call when no one answers.
y
Enable End of Digit Tone:The gateway will play a “Beep-Beep” tone to notify that the call is in progress.
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Telephony Settings
y
VoIP Calling Notification: The gateway will play a tone to notify that the call is via VoIP.
y
Enable Built-in Call Hold Music: The default setting is that when receiving a call hold request, the gateway
will play music on hold. Untick the check box to disable this function while necessary.
y
Force Calling Thru PSTN code: Dial the code to get a PSTN line for dialing out. For example: If you
specify “33” in this option and would like dial “23456789” via a PSTN line, dial “33 23456789”
y
Trunk Early Media Option: Early Media refers to media that is generated prior to connection or answer of a
call is established by the called party. It may be unidirectional or bidirectional, and can be generated by the
caller, the callee, or both. The gateway supports three early media mechanisms. These mechanisms occur
from the moment “200 OK” being sent in response to an “INVITE” message.
Both Way Voice: Use bidirectional early media to obtain information between caller and callee prior to the
connection of a call.
One Way Voice: Only the caller can hear early media from the callee prior to the connection of a call.
Ring Back: Playing ring back tone for the caller, indicating that the callee is being alerted prior to the
connection of a call.
y
Early Media Treatment: If this variable is disabled, the system will send RTP immediately after a
connection with a proxy is set up. The default setting is enabled. If communicating with other gateways
encounters problems, please disable this function.
y
Loop Current Drop Trigger Time: To set the trigger time for FXS drops loop current. A setting of zero is to
disable this function. It is used to avoid the line engaged if FXS is connected to PBX.
y
Loop Current Drop Duration: To set the drop duration.
y
Enable ROH: The gateway will play Receiver Off-Hook tone to notify user of hanging up the phone set if
FXS is off-hook for 20 seconds.
y
FXS Ring Voltage: FXS ringing voltage, the value is in VRMS.
y
Max. External Call: To control network voice quality according to bandwidth, defines the maximum
concurrent Internet call is allowed by the gateway.
y
VoIP Centrex Extension Digit Count: This feature is to enable and set the digit count of VoIP Centrex. The
setting “0” zero is to disable this function.
y
VoIP Centrex Digit: Enter the digit for VoIP call. If you dial VoIP Centrex Digit first, the dialing plan is
according to the Digit Map; otherwise the VoIP gateway will send the number which digit count is the same
as VoIP Centrex Extension Digit Count.
y
Hunting/Ring: This variable is able to set FXS group hunting using simultaneous ring or sequential
ring.
y
Sequential Ring Time: Sets the ring time of each port, when sequential ring is chosen.
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SIP
3-7 SIP
FXS/ FXO Representative number registers to Proxy:
y
Assuming that your registered ID and password are individual, the settings should be as above.
FXS Representative Number: Register all FXS ports as a hunting group.
y
FXO Representative Number: Register all FXO ports as a hunting group.
All the grouped FXO ports will be hunted automatically. It is available when FXO registers to Proxy.
y
Register: Register to proxy if selected.
NOTE: Please ensure that if Proxy Server allows one account for many ports using before using
representative number to register.
Each line registers to Proxy independently:
y
Invite with ID / Account: The DVG-7022S/7044S/7062S can invite to a VoIP trunk gateway without
registering to a proxy. Please contact your VoIP service provider.
As there are various Proxy Server providers, our company has designed the gateway to be compatible with
them, and according to RFC standards. If any registration problem occurs, please consult your Proxy Server
provider.
NOTE: When you register with a Proxy Server, dialing principles may vary with different Proxy Servers,
especially when dialing through a remote end FXO port. Please consult your Proxy Server Provider.
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SIP
DNS SRV Settings
y
Use DNS SRV: The gateway asks for the related IP address of SIP Server from the records of DNS SRV.
DNS SRV uses several servers for a single domain for SIP proxy, to move services from host to host and
design some hosts as primary servers (the highest priority) for a service and others as backups. If the
primary server is not reachable, the gateway will go for backup server, and so forth…
y
DNS SRV Auto Prefix: This option tells the gateway to send packet with service type when using DNS
SRV.
y
Proxy Fallback Interval: Set the preferred Proxy Fallback Interval. After the time expires, the gateway
gets back for registration with the primary server.
Enable Support of SIP Proxy Server / Soft Switch
y
Enable Support of SIP Proxy Server / Soft Switch: Enable the functions to inter-work with Proxy Server
/ Soft Switch. When SIP Proxy 1 and 2 are enabled, the system will register to SIP Proxy 2 after all lines
have failed to register to SIP Proxy 1. SIP Proxy 2 is a backup system.
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SIP
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Proxy Server IP/Domain: Enter the Proxy Server IP address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
y
Proxy Server Port: Enter the Proxy Server listen port number. (The default value is 5060)
y
Proxy Server Realm: This variable is used for gateway SIP account authentication in a SIP server. In
most cases, the gateway can automatically detect your SIP server realm. So you can leave this option
blank. However, if your SIP server requires you to use a specific realm you can manually enter it here. If
you fail to make a call, please contact your VoIP service provider.
y
TTL (Registration interval) [10-7200 s]: Enter the desired time interval at which the gateway will report
to your Proxy Server.
y
SIP Domain/Use Domain to Register: Enter the correct SIP domain to avoid registration failure (it is not
necessary to set this with some Proxy Servers). If you enable “Uses Domain to Register” the VoIP
gateway will register to the proxy with the domain name you filed. Otherwise the VoIP Gateway will
register to a Proxy with the IP it resolves. If you fail to make a call, please contact your VoIP service
provider.
y
VoIP failure announcement: As soon as the registration to proxy server is failed, the gateway will drive
IVR system to play out failure announcements for the caller.
y
Bind Proxy Interval for NAT: This function is able to keep the binding that exists when the VoIP gateway
is behind a NAT and SIP Proxy is not able to keep the binding.
y
Initial Unregister: After rebooting, the gateway is initially unregistered and then it will perform a general
register process.
y
Support Message Waiting Indication: The system will play a tone to remind users that there are
messages in the SIP Server.
y
MWI Subscribe Interval: The subscribe interval is for the gateway check of the voice mail.
y
Outbound Proxy Support:An outbound proxy server handles SIP call signaling as a standard SIP proxy
server would. Further, it receives and transmits phone conversation traffic (media) between two
communication parties. This option tells the gateway to send and receive all SIP packets to the destined
outbound proxy server rather than the remote gateway. This helps VoIP calls to pass through any NAT
protected network without additional settings or techniques. Please make sure your VoIP service provider
supports outbound proxy services before you enable it.
y
Session Expiration: This variable is used to avoid billing for abnormally dropped calls due to Internet
problems. The default is disabled.
y
Session Refresh Request: Used to resend UPDATE or re-INVITE requests to the Server.
y
Session Refresher: Selects which user agent is the session refresher. UAS (User Agent Server) is an
originator, and UAC (User Agent Client) is a replier.
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Enable P-Assert: This variable is for caller ID protection.
y
Privacy Type: Privacy type is used to disguise the caller ID when queried via an ITSP/Third-Party
Assertion.
SIP
y
y
SIP Message Resend Timer Base: SIP packet will resend if response did not arrive in the base time
set in this column. It will send again at "base time" * 2, and send again at "base time" *2 *2. The
maximum resend time is four seconds. Resend will stop and restart when the total resend time has
reached 20 seconds.
y
Max. Response Time for Invite: If the destination does not reply in the set time, the call is failed.
y
Invite URL need ‘user=phone’: There is ‘user=phone’ in invite packet.
y
Reliability of Provisional Responses: Provide information on the progress of the request processing
if selected.
y
Compact Form: It decreases the size of SIP header if selected.
y
SIP Caller ID Obtaining: Select the part of the SIP packet from the VoIP gateway to obtain Caller ID.
There are several places where the Caller ID is located.
Remote-Party-Id Display Name - It is located at SIP → Remote-Party-ID → Before [<sip:]
Remote-Party-Id User Name - It is located at SIP → Remote-Party-ID → After [<sip:], Before [@]
From-Header Display Name - The standard way is in SIP → Message Header → From → SIP
Display info.
From-Header User Name - It is locate at SIP -> Message Header -> From -> SIP from address before
[@].
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SIP
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Put Caller ID In URI: This feature is to put Caller ID in URL. The Caller ID is located in SIP →
Message Header → After [From:], Before [<sip:] by default settings. It will be located in SIP →
Message Header → After [<sip:], Before [@]if ticked.
y
INVITE With Remote-Party-ID Header: Check the box to comprise the information of
Remote-Party-ID in the message header of INVITE. Different format of INVITE header might cause the
call not to be connected. Please consult with your VoIP Service Provider before enabling it.
y
Support URI Percent-Encoding(RFC 3986): It follows RFC 3986 to encode/decode the letters of the
basic Latin alphabet, digits, and a few special characters.
y
Compare SIP 'To' Header for Transit Out: When FXO is called and the number of Request line and
“To” is different, the system will use the number of “To” to dial out. Please consult your Proxy Server
Provider or ITSP about the format of invite packet from Proxy.
y
Enable SIP 'Allow' Header: Check the box to comprise the information of “Allow” in the message
header of INVITE. Disable it if the call can’t be connected.
y
Call Hold Compatible With RFC 2543: Check the box to comprise c=0.0.0.0 in SDP message to be
compatible with RFC2543.
E.164
y
International Call Prefix Digit: Enter the International call prefix.
y
Country Code: Users please select the desired country code.
y
Long Distance Call Prefix Digit: The long-distance prefix digit for making a long-distance call.
y
Area Code: Please enter the area code.
y
E.164 Numbering: This variable invites the proxy to follow the E.164 rule, but it depends on the proxy.
If you fail to make a call, please contact your ITSP.
NOTE: All settings in this section are specific to your VoIP network. Please ask your VoIP service
provider whether or not they require these settings.
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Calling Features
3-8 Calling Features
y
Do Not Disturb: The particular line will only be able to call out when this variable is enabled. All incoming
calls will be rejected.
y
Unconditional Forward: All incoming calls will be forwarded to the “Forwarding Number” automatically. If it
forwards to FXO, it only make FXO hook off, not make FXO dial out.
y
Busy Forward: Forward incoming calls to the “Forwarding Number” when the port is busy.
y
No Answer Forward: Forward incoming calls to the “Forwarding Number” after ring timeout expires without
answer.
y
Call Hold: Enable the call hold feature on the specific FXS port.
NOTE: Call Hold must be checked; Call Transfer or Call Waiting is active.
y
Call Transfer: Enable the call transfer feature on the specific FXS port.
y
Call Waiting: Enable the call waiting feature on the specific FXS port.
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Calling Features
Enable Call Feature Code: User could enable/disable some call features with a phone set.
NOTE: In most VoIP provider, please disable this function to use call features provided by SoftSwitch.
1. If you would like enable DND function of FXS #2. Please pickup FXS #2 and dial “*74#”
2. If you would like enable Unconditional Forward of FXS #3 and assign the number. Please pickup
FXS #3 and dial “*77 0912345678#”. 0912345678 is the number you would like forward to.
3. If you would stop Unconditional Forward of FXS #3. Please pickup FXS #3 and dial “#77#”
4. If you would like to enable Unconditional Forward again, but the number is the same. Please pickup
FXS #3 and dial “*77#”.
Calling Feature Instructions:
y
Call Hold: The call will be put on hold after the FLASH button is pressed on the phone set. The gateway will
play hold music (provided by your VoIP network) to the remote end.
y
Call Transfer: Call will be put on hold after FLASH button pressed on local phone set (gateway plays
on-hold music to the remote end). Meanwhile, the local user can dial out to another number after dial tone is
observed. After the handset is replaced back on-hook, the call on hold will then be transferred to the new
call regardless of the status of the new call. If the wrong number is dialed for the new call, just press the
FLASH button to get back the call on hold. In another case, if the local user doesn’t hang up the phone after
the new call is set up, press the FLASH button to switch between the first call and the new call. Please be
informed that the PBX between phone sets and the gateway must support FLASH features in order to use
this function. If a phone set is connecting directly to the FXS port of the gateway and not functioning to
FLASH, please adjust the settings in “Flash Detect Time” in “Advanced Options” section.
Examples of establishing a Three-Way call:
1.
Phone1 dials to Phone2, Phone2 answers the call.
2.
Phone1 presses Flash then calls Phone3 (Phone2 is on hold) and Phone3 answers the call.
3.
Phone1 dials *61 and then presses Flash to start the conference call.
Or
4.
Phone1 dials to Phone2, Phone2 answers the call.
5.
Phone3 dials to Phone1 (Call Waiting), Phone1 presses Flash to pick up the second call and talk to
Phone3.
6.
Phone1 dials *61 and then presses Flash to start the conference call.
NOTE: The availability of the above features also depends on your VoIP network. Please also
check with your service provider on these services.
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Advanced Options
3-9 Advanced Options
NOTE: There are two operating levels when entering the Web UI. Logging-in as the Administrator
allows you to change all settings. A Web UI user only has access to some settings.
y
Administrator’s Name and Password: Enter the administrator name and password, which has the
highest level of control of the gateway.
y
Web UI Login ID and Web UI/IVR Password: Enter log-in ID and password when you log-in to the Web
interface/IVR of the gateway as a normal user.
y
Web UI auto logout: If a user does not act within the effective time range when logging into the web
interface, the user will be disconnected from the web page to allow others to log-in.
y
Dial Wait Timeout: Use this variable to set the wait time for the user’s first key pressing when dialing a
number. The user will hear a busy tone if he or she does not press the first key within the set time frame.
y
Inter Digits Timeout: Set the waiting time between each key press. The numbers input up to that point
will be dialed after the timeout.
y
Minimum DTMF ON Length (Dial on)/ Minimum DTMF OFF Length (Dial off - between tones): Used
to set the dial tone when a call is being diverted to another extension.
y
DTMF Detection Sensitivity: Used to adjust the sensitivity of the telephone keys.
y
FXO Dial Type: Choose dialing type of FXO. There are DTMF and Pulse.
y
Pulse Dial Mark/Space Ratio: Duration and break of pulse dial ration.
y
FXO/FXS Impedance: Choose correct impedance in your country/area.
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Advanced Options
Enable Out-of-Band DTMF: To send DTMF keys (0~9, *, #,) follow the RFC2833 rules or via SIP Info.
NOTE: Out-of-Band DTMF transport method may vary with different VoIP networks, please
contact your VoIP provider for their preferred method.
y
y
Payload Type: payload type of RFC2833.
y
Volume: Defines the volume of RFC2833.
y
SIP_INFO: This is an alternative for DTMF event over IP. When enabled, DTMF is relayed over SIP
signaling path using SIP NOTIFY messages.
y
Enable Hook Flash Event: Auto, RFC2833, or SIP info can be selected for the signaling method of
Hook Flash event.
Disable: It is to disable Hook Flash Event.
Auto: It is used to send Hook Flash Event followed the type of Out-of-Band DTMF. (i.e. Hook Flash
Event is send by RFC 2833 if RFC 2833 is selected.)
SIP_INFO: It is to send Hook Flash Event by SIP INFO.
RFC 2833: It is to send Hook Flash Event by RFC 2833.
Enable Non-SIP Inbox Call: This feature allows user to make local calls. Local Call here means the call
does not go through the Internet and if the dialed number is the extension of other line. You can un-tick it
to configure as all calls go through the Internet.
Line Settings
y
Listening Volume: Adjusts the hearing volume.
y
Speaking Volume: Adjusts the speaking volume.
y
Tone Volume: Adds a new option to make tone volume adjustable. This setting will be applied to all tones
generated by the DVG-4088S/4032S including Dial Tone, Busy Tone, and so on.
y
Min.FXS Hook Flash Time: It is to set the minimum flash time for FXS detecting.
y
Flash Time:
FXS: Used to adjust the detecting period of flash signal from the phone set connected to the FXS port.
For example, if pressing the HOLD key will disconnect a call, increase the “Flash Detect Time” should
fix this issue.
FXO: Used to set the time frame that FXO generates a FLASH signal.
y
Enable Polarity Reversal:
FXS: As the remote site answer this call or hook on the FXS port will reverse the polarity.
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Advanced Options
FXO: This option forces the gateway to detect the reversal of polarity on FXO port as the primary
signal to drop a call. Some telephone switches or PBX reverse the line polarity to inform the remote
end to drop an ongoing call. Please consult with the telephone service provider for availability of this
feature.
PSTN Answer Detection: This is used only by ITSP.
y
PSTN Ring OFF Length: FXO/PSTN make out if the call from PSTN hangs up before FXS answer the
call.
y
FXS Chip Option 1: It is to avoid mis-detecting the loop state of a subscriber line or PBX user loop by
FXS interface. In some places, the voltage of off-hook makes it mis-detect the idle state and the active
state by FXS interface. Untick this variable if it mis-detects the state by FXS interface in your place.
y
FXS Current: It is used to set FXS output current configuration.
Codec Settings
y
Preferred Codec Type: Since different voice codecs have different compression ratios, the sound quality
and occupied bandwidths are also different. It is recommended that you use the default provided (G.723.1)
because it occupies less bandwidth and will provide better sound quality.
y
Jitter Buffer: Adjusts the jitter to receive a packet. If the jitter range is too wide, it will delay voice
transmission.
y
Silence Suppression: If one side of a connection is not speaking, the system will stop sending voice data
(package) to decrease bandwidth usage.
y
Echo Canceling: Prevents poor telecommunication quality caused by echo interference.
y
Codec: Choose the codec that you needs.
y
Packet Interval: Defines how long the gateway sends a RTP packet or voice packet to the receiving side.
The smaller the value, the greater the bandwidth usage, but larger values increase voice delay.
y
Approximate Bandwidth Require: The bandwidth required varies with codec format and packet time.
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Advanced Options
Fax Settings
y
NOTE: When a fax tone is detected in a call, the gateway will automatically switch from voice mode to fax
mode. So fax settings will be temporarily applied to a specific port which detects fax tones, instead of
its default voice settings.
Enable High Quality: The system sends the same fax frame twice to get a high quality fax transmission.
Enabling this variable increases bandwidth requirements.
y
T.30: The system uses T.30 as the protocol for fax transmission. The parameter settings are the same as
for voice transmission. However, enabling the T.30 protocol will consume more network resources and will
affect transmission quality.
y
NOTE: When you send fax over an IP network it needs your network to support fax over IP
functionality (either T.38 or T.30). Please consult your VoIP service provider for this setting.
Drop Inactive Call
This is used as a standard to determine whether or not to hang up the phone. The system will hang up the
phone automatically to avoid keeping the line engaged if the detected volume is below the Silence Detection
Threshold and the time exceeds the Drop Silent Call Timeout.
y
Silence Detection Threshold: The volume below the threshold is used as a standard to determine
whether or not to hang up the phone.
y
Drop Silent Call Timeout: If the detected volume is below the threshold and the time exceeds the silence
detection interval, the system will hang up the phone automatically to avoid keeping the line engaged.
NOTE: Please be careful with these settings. Improper values might cause unexpected automatic
disconnection of a call. Default values are recommended.
Voice Menu Options
Enable: To enable or disable IVR function.
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Digit Map
3-10 Digit Map
Digit Map now is combined the original feature of Digit Map and Speed Dial. You can use “?” or “%” in the
column of Scan Code, VoIP Dial-out and PSTN Dial-out. “?” is a single digit, and “%” is wildcard. It provides
a mapping between the number received from user and the replaced or modified number for real dial out.
With this function, user can easily add certain leading digits to replace full number. There are 50 sets of
leading digit entries to choose voice routing interface.
y
Alert if Auto fails: Tick the check box to play a voice announcement before calling out. It reminds user
that this call is through PSTN.
y
Enable Pound Key ' # ' Function: It is to speed up the connection of a call by entering ' # ' after a
complete phone number is dialed.
y
Default Call Route: The default call route can be Auto, VoIP or Deny.
Auto (VoIP first): The call route is VoIP first, and the next is PSTN.
VoIP: The call route is VoIP only.
PSTN: The call route is PSTN only.
Deny: The call will be denied.
Digit Map Testing
y
Test Dial No.: You have to set some rules in Digit Map Setting first and enter the number for test.
y
Result: The gateway will show the number for VoIP Dial-out and PSTN Dial-out according to the Digit
Map Setting as below.
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Digit Map
Digit Map Rule
y
Enable: Enable detection of this entry.
y
Scan Code: Defines the digits for the gateway to scan while user is dialing.
y
VoIP Dial-out: Defines the dialed number rule for the gateway to call through Internet.
y
PSTN Dial-out: Defines the dialed number rule for the gateway to call through PSTN.
y
User Dial Length: Defines total number of digits that user dialed. A setting of zero tells the gateway
scans digits only and disregards the total digit count.
y
Route: Determine the interface calls should go through if above conditions satisfied.
Methods of Digit Map:
Method 1- Single mapping: Fill a short code into the Scan Code column, and enter the desired phone
number into the VoIP Dial-out or PSTN Dial-out column.
For example,
Scan Code: 55
VoIP Dial-out: 07021234567
User Dial Length: 2
Route: VoIP
Pick up the handset and dial 55 and the system will dial 07021234567. You also can use Digit Map Testing
to know that the system will dial 07021234567 and go through Internet.
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Digit Map
Method 2- Multi mapping: Fill the prefix code into the Scan Code column and the format to transfer into the
VoIP Dial-out or PSTN Dial-out column.
For example,
Scan Code: 2???
PSTN Dial-out: 35106???
User Dial Length: 4
Route: PSTN
Pick up the handset and dial 2301. The system will dial 351006301 and go through PSTN/FXO. You also
can use Digit Map Testing to know that the system will dial 351006301 and go through PSTN/FXO.
For example,
Scan Code: 0%
VoIP Dial-out: 0%
PSTN Dial-out: 1805%
User Dial Length: 0
Route: Auto
Pick up the handset and dial 0423456789. The system will dial 0423456789 and go through Internet first. If
the call is fail to Internet, the system will dial 1805423456789 and go through PSTN/FXO. You also can use
Digit Map Testing to know that the system will dial 0423456789 to Internet and 1805423456789 to
PSTN/FXO.
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Digit Map
Method 3- Substitution: It helps you dial to destination that you can not dial by phone. Destination like:
test@1.1.1.1. Fill the number into the Scan Code column and enter the desired name into the VoIP Dial-out
column.
For example,
Scan Code: 11
VoIP Dial-out: test
User Dial Length: 2
Route: Auto
Pick up the handset and dial 11. The system will dial “test” and go through Internet. You also can use Digit
Map Testing to know the dialing result.
Note: In the example of Method 3, the result also shows that the system will dial 11 and go through PSTN.
That means the system will dial 11 to PSTN if the call is fail to Internet. Please select the route is VoIP in this
rule if the route is only able to Internet.
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Phone Book
3-11 Phone Book
This system can set up and store 100 phone numbers into a phone book and provides an IP address query
when calling to other gateway(s). If no Phone Book manager is set within a gateway group, then all gateway
systems have to set up phone data to allow each gateway to communicate with the others.
y
Gateway Name: Enter another gateway’s code or an easy-to-remember name.
y
Gateway Number: Enter the desired number of another gateway.
y
IP / Domain Name: Enter the IP address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of another gateway.
y
Port: Enter another gateway’s listen port setting.
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Caller Filter
3-12 Caller Filter
This function is used to allow or deny SIP invitations from the proxy list ONLY.
y
Filter IP Address: Enter the start IP you would like to allow or deny.
y
Subnet mask: Enter the subnet mask you would like to allow or deny.
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CDR Settings
3-13 CDR Settings
The user can set up a CDR Server to record call details for every phone call. CDR provides call detail
recording in a text file and which can be imported to prepare an analysis report.
y
Send record to CDR Server: Enables call detail recording.
y
CDR Server IP: Enter the IP address of the CDR server.
y
Port: Enter the listen port of the CDR server.
y
Support RADIUS: Enable RADIUS for CDR database.
y
RADIUS Server Secrect: Enter the secret.
y
RADIUS User ID/Password: Enter the User ID and password.
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Language
3-14 Language
The system provides English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese for displaying text on web pages.
Changing the language setting also changes the language for IVR (Interactive Voice Response).
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Transit Call Control
3-15 Transit Call Control
If you wish to restrict a general user (one who is not required to enter the PIN code) to local calls only and
prohibit him/her from making long-distance calls started with a prefix “0”, do the following steps:
1.
Enable the Outbound Call Control function,
2.
Set the PIN code for Outbound Level 5 to blank,
3.
Set the Long-Distance Control Table to correspond with the Outbound Level 5 to prohibit making any
call with the prefix “0” (as shown above).
Note: Transit Call Control is effective when it cooperate with Long-Distance Control Table.
y
Inbound Call Control: To determine when users make a phone call from a PSTN to Gateway FXO
whether or not they check the inbound PIN code while using a VoIP -only effective for incoming calls
calling from a PSTN trunk.
y
Outbound Call Control: To determine when users utilize Gateway FXO interface to divert to a PSTN
whether or not they check the outbound PIN code - only effective for outgoing calls being diverted to
a PSTN Trunk.
y
PIN Code: Enter the PIN code (4-6 digits or leave blank. A blank indicates no PIN code is required at
this level. Generally, the PIN at level 5 can remain blank to simplify the phone number.)
y
Enable: Enables the PIN code at each level.
y
Privileges: The level is divided into 0~5 (The levels are in descending order; 0 stands for the highest
authority and 5 stands for the lowest.)
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Long-Distance Control Table
3-16 Long-Distance Control Table
This table controls the level of authority of an outgoing (transit out) call that is dialed through FXO and
diverted to PSTN, as below:
Descriptions:
y
Digit strings in this table are prefixes that the gateway will check on dialed numbers in transit out calls.
y
This table is used to prohibit dialing any numbers started with specified prefixes.
y
If Level 0 (the highest level) is set to prohibit dialing any number started with prefix 0204, then any
level below 0 (including Levels 1 to 5) are also prohibited.
y
If Level 1 is set to prohibit dialing any number with prefix 0, then any level below 1 (including Levels 2
to 5) are also prohibited. Since Level 0 is not restricted to any prefix, therefore at level 0 users can dial
a number with the prefix 0.
Principle: Downward Restriction —If users at a higher level cannot dial a number with a certain prefix,
then users at lower levels also cannot dial a number with the same prefix.
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Long-Distance Exception Table
3-17 Long Distance Exception Table
This table handles any exceptions to the long-distance call table.
Instruction:
y
According to the Long Distance Control Table, users at Level 0 are prohibited from dialing a number
with the prefix 0204. But, if the number 020488988 is set in the Exception Table as above, then users
can dial this number.
Principle: Upward Opening — If the users at a lower level can dial a number with a certain prefix,
then the users at higher levels can also dial a number with the same prefix.
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CPT/Cadence Setting
3-18 CPT/Cadence Settings
The CPT has 3 sets of parameter tables. Please adjust the CPT based on the local PSTN or PBX settings
and requirements.
Busy Tone Cadence Measurement
y
Busy Tone Cadence Measurement and auto learning: Provides a solution of FXO integrated with
PSTN or PBX. FXO will learn the busy tone automatically.
y
BTC Detection Sensitivity: The more sensitivity, the more quickly the system will cut off the call. If the
system often cuts off an un-finished call, select less sensitivity.
The CPT has 2 sets of parameter tables. Please adjust the CPT based on local PSTN or PBX.
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CPT/Cadence Setting
UDT Detection
If the CPT auto detect function is not able to determine whether or not a PSTN-call receiving party has hung
up the phone, then the UDT detection function can serve as a back up. To do this, enter the high/low
frequency parameters from the CPT table into the UDP table.
NOTE: If FXO cut off calls un-normally, please disable this function.
FXS Ring Cadence Settings
y
FXS Ring Cadence Settings: Specify the ring cadence for the FXS port. In this field, you specify the
on and off pulses for the ring. The ring cadence that should be configured differs depending on local
PSTN or PBX settings and requirements.
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Current Status
3-19 Current Status
y
Port Status: it includes if each port registers to Proxy successfully, the last dialed number, how many
calls each port has made since the Gateway is start, etc.
y
Server Registration Status: It shows the registration status of DDNS, Phone Book Manager, STUN
and UPnP.
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RTP Packet Summary
3-20 RTP Packet Summary
Display the information of the last completed call. This report contains peer IP, peer port, packets sent,
packet received, and packet loss information. Press the Refresh button to get the latest RTP Packet
Summary.
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System Information
3-21 System Information
These two pages show the status of the VoIP gateway. The categories are WAN Port Information, LAN Port
Information and Model Information.
y
WAN Port Information: it shows IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and DNS server. If you
use PPPoE to obtain IP, you will know if the IP is obtained through this method. If IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway is blank, it means that the VoIP Gateway does not obtain IP.
y
LAN Port Information: It shows LAN port IP, subnet mask, and the status of DHCP server.
y
Model Information: It shows the hardware platform, software and hardware version.
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Routing Table
3-22 Routing Table
The Routing Table stores the information for particular network destination around the VoIP gateway. Press
the Refresh button to generate the details.
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STUN Inquiry
3-23 STUN Inquiry
Use “STUN Inquiry” to detect your IP sharing device’s NAT type and communication between a STUN
server and client (built-in to the DVG-7022S/7044S/7062 gateway).
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Ping Test
3-24 Ping Test
Use “Ping” to verify if a remote peer is reachable. Enter a remote IP address and click “Test” to ping the
remote host.
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Static Route
3-25 Static Route
Build static routes within an internal network. These routes will not apply to the Internet.
y
Route: Enter the IP of the specified network.
y
Route Mask: Enter the subnet mask to be used for the specified network.
y
Next Hop IP: Enter the IP address to the specified network.
y
Interface: Select the interface.
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Port Filtering
3-26 Port Filtering
Port filtering enables you to control all data that can be transmitted over routers. When the port used at the
source end is within the defined scope, it will be filtered without transmission.
y
Enable Port Filtering: Select to enable this function.
y
Port Range: Set the range of ports to be filtered. If, for example, the port to be filtered is 80 and the
selected protocol is both or TCP, all computers will be unable to use HTTP services (port 80) and will be
unable to browse normal webpages.
y
TCP/UDP: Choose to filter TCP, UDP, or both.
y
Remark: This field allows you to enter comments.
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IP Filtering
3-27 IP Filtering
IP Filtering is used to limit internal users from accessing the Internet.
y
y
y
IP: Input the IP address that you want to filter. The listed IP address will be unable to transmit data to and
from the Internet.
TCP/UDP: Choose to filter TCP, UDP, or both.
Remark: This field allows you to enter comments.
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MAC Filtering
3-28 MAC Filtering
MAC (Media Access Control) address filtering allows you to filter the transmission of data by network card
physical address.
y
MAC: Enter a MAC address to prevent the particular device from accessing the Internet.
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Virtual Server
3-29 Virtual Server
Virtual server allows you to enable users to access the Internet, FTP and other services from behind your NAT.
When remote users are accessing web or FTP servers through WAN-end IP addresses, they will be routed to
the server at the internal LAN end as appropriate in accordance with externally required services
y
WAN Port Range: Input the port range for the WAN side.
y
TCP/UDP: Select the communication protocols used by the server, TCP or UDP.
y
LAN Host IP Address: Enter the IP address that provides various services.
y
Server Port Range: Input the port used by the LAN host.
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DMZ
3-30 DMZ
DMZ allows the server on the LAN site to be directly exposed to the Internet for accessing data. Either this
function or virtual server can be selected for use in accessing external services.
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URL Filter
3-31 URL Filter
URL filtering is used to deny devices on the LAN from accessing specific web sites. The system will block any
URL that contains the strings listed.
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Special Applications
3-32 Special Applications
Provide multiple connections for special applications.
y
Name: The name of the special application.
y
Incoming Type: The protocol used to trigger the special application.
y
Incoming Port Range: Port range on the WAN side that will be used to access the application.
y
Trigger Type: The protocol used to trigger the application.
y
Trigger Port Range: Port range used to trigger the application.
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DoS Prevention Settings
3-33 DoS Prevention Settings
y
Enable DoS Prevention: To prevent DoS attacks from WAN.
y
Enable DoS Prevention on LAN: To prevent DoS attacks from LAN.
y
Enable Source IP Blocking: Block a particular IP.
y
Blocking Time: The time to block the IP.
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NTP (Network Time Protocol)
3-34 NTP (Network Time Protocol)
y
Time Zone: Set the Time Zone where the gateway resides.
y
Time Server #1~#3: Set the Time Server where the gateway should sync up during start up.
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SNMP
3-35 SNMP
y
Enable SNMP Agent: Enable SNMP if selected.
y
Get/Set/Trap Community: Enter Community name to Read, Write and Trap.
y
Trap Host: Enter the IP of the Trap Host.
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Backup/Restore
3-36 Backup/Restore
You can backup settings to a file and restore settings from that file. You also can restore all settings back to
default by selecting Restore Default Configurations and click Restore.
•
NOTE: the gateway needs for you to Save Settings and Restart so that all settings will be backed up.
y
Configuration File: Backup all settings.
y
Configuration Template File: Backup the settings as a template file for editing.
y
Upload Configuration File: Upload the configuration file from somewhere to the device.
y
Restore Default Configurations: Reset the device back to the factory default settings.
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System Log
3-37 System Log
It will send all logs to the server. Please contact with your provider.
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Provision Settings
3-38 Provision Settings
Options in this section are only required for VoIP networks in which a provisioning system has been
implemented. Fill in the parameters needed by the Provision Server from your service provider.
NOTE: The availability of the above features also depends on your VoIP network. Please check with
your service provider about the availability of these services.
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System Operations
3-39 System Operations (Save Settings)
Some settings are effective only after Restart. Remember to save all settings using Save Settings before
you restart.
y
Save Settings: Save settings after completing changes. The new settings will take effect after the
system is restarted. Please select “Save Settings”.
y
Restart: If it is necessary to restart the system, please select “Restart” and click the “Accept” button.
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Software Upgrade
3-40 Software Upgrade
The gateway provides a software upgrade function from a remote source. Please consult your service
provider for information about the following details.
y
Upgrade Server: Choose the server type given by your provider.
y
Software Upgrade Server IP: Enter the software server IP address.
y
Software Upgrade Server Port: Enter the port that the server uses. TFTP is 69, and FTP is 21.
y
User Name/ Password: The account information to access an FTP server.
y
Directory: The directory path of the upgrade files for TFTP or FTP.
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Logout
3-41 Logout
The gateway only allows one user at a time to log-in, so whenever a change is made, please save the
settings and restart the system, or logout to avoid a situation where other users cannot log-in to change
settings.
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Gateway Configuration-IVR
4. Configuring the Gateway through IVR
VoIP transmits voice data (packets) via the Internet. One effect of this is that telecommunications quality is closely
related to the condition and status of the network environment. If any of the parties involved in VoIP
communications has insufficient bandwidth or frequent packet loss, the telecommunication quality will be poor.
Therefore, excellent telecommunication can only happen when the gateway is connected to the Internet and
when the network environment is stable.
Preparation
y
Install the gateway according to instructions. Connect the power supply, telephone set, telephone cable,
and network cable properly as described in Chapter 2.
y
If a static IP is used, confirm the correct IP settings of the WAN Port (IP address, Subnet Mask, and Default
gateway). Please contact your local Internet Service Provider (ISP) if you have any questions.
y
If you are a using ADSL (PPPoE) for your network connection, confirm the account number and password.
y
If you intend to operate the gateway under a NAT, the Gateway WAN Port IP Address and LAN Port should
not use the same range in order to avoid phone failures.
Basic Setup
The gateway provides two setup modes:
1.
Telephone IVR Configuration Mode
2.
Browser Configuration Mode
IVR configuration provides basic query and setup functions, while browser configuration provides full setup
functions.
4-1 IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
The gateway provides convenient IVR functions. Users only need to pick up a handset and enter the function
code for query and setup without using a PC.
NOTE: After finishing the setup, make sure the new settings are saved. This will enable the new
settings to take effect after the system is restarted.
Instructions
y
FXS Port: Connected to telephones. To access IVR mode, you should enter “* * password #”. Character to
number conversion information is provided in the PPPoE Character Conversion Table. After entering the
correct IVR password, you will hear an indication tone after which the system is in IVR setup mode. Enter
function codes to check or set the gateway configuration. (Please refer to page 43 for function codes).
Example: If your password is “1234”, enter “**1234#” so that you are now in IVR setup mode. Next enter a
function code to check or configure the gateway. If your password is “admin”, enter “***4144534954#”.
Please refer to the IVR Functions Table (page 43) for available functions and codes.
y
Once the first setting or query has been completed, you will hear a dial tone. Use the same procedure to
make a second query or setting. To exit IVR mode, simply hang up the phone.
Example: enter “**#” (you are now in IVR mode)Æ enter 101 (to query about the current IP address) Æ the
system responds with an IP address Æyou can continue with more settings or queries: enter 111 (to set a
new IP address) Æenter 192*168*1*2 (new IP address).
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Save Settings
After completing all of your settings, dial 509 (Save Settings). Wait for about three seconds, you should hear
a confirmation tone “1.” You can now hang up the phone. Please reboot the gateway to enable the new
settings.
To inquire about the current gateway WAN Port IP address setting
After completing all your settings, dial 101. The system will repeat the current WAN Port IP address. If the
system does not repeat the IP address, this indicates that the gateway is not currently connected to the
Internet. Please check to be certain that the cable connection, account number, and password are all
correct.
IVR Functions Table:
Function Description
Code
Example / Notes
111/101
WAN Port IP address Set/Query
112/102
WAN Port Subnet Mask Set/Query
113/103
WAN Port Default Gateway Set/Query
First, use function code 114 to select
1 for a Static IP connection then
setup the IP address.
114/104
Current Network IP Access Set/Query (1: Static IP, 2: DHCP, 3: PPPoE)
115/105
DNS IP address Set/Query
116/106
Phone Book manager IP address Set/Query
117/107
Set/Query whether or not to use a Public Telephone Book
(0: Disable 1: Enable)
199/099
Set/Query whether or not this gateway acts as the Phone Book
manager (0: Disable 1: Enable)
066
Querying the connection to Phone Book manager
118
Restart
121
Setup PPPoE Account
122
Set PPPoE Password
123
Set NAT IP address
124
Uses NAT (0: Disable 1: Enable)
311/301
LAN Port IP Set/Query
312/302
LAN Port Subnet Mask Set/Query
131/132
Play/Record greeting message
133
Save greeting message
109
Restore factory default IP address configuration
Use function code 114 to select 3 for
a PPPoE connection.
A static IP address for WAN Port
IP:192.168.1.2
Mask:255.255.255.0
Gateway:192.168.1.254
409
Restore factory default settings
509
Save settings
900
Set the IVR and the language used on the Web GUI
(1: English, 2: Traditional Chinese, 3: Simplified Chinese)
209
Software Upgrade
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4-2 IP Configuration Settings—Set the IP Configuration of the WAN Port
Static IP Settings
NOTE: Complete static IP settings should include a static IP (option 1 under 114), IP address (111),
Subnet Mask (112), and Default Gateway (113). Please contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) if
you have any questions.
Function
Command
Select a Static IP
y After entering IVR mode, dial 114.
y After hearing “Enter value”, dial 1 (to select static IP)
IP address Settings
y After entering IVR mode, dial 111. After hearing “Enter value”, enter your IP
address followed by “#”.
Example: If the IP address is 192.168.1.200, dial 192*168*1*200#.
Subnet Mask Settings
y After entering IVR mode, dial 112. After hearing “Enter value”, enter your
subnet mask followed by “#”.
Example: If the subnet mask value is 255.255.255.0, dial 255*255*255*0#.
Default Gateway Settings
y After entering IVR mode, dial 113. After hearing “Enter value”, enter your
default gateway’s IP address followed by “#”.
Example: If the default gateway is 192.168.1.254, dial 192*168*1*254#.
Save Settings and Restart
y To save settings, dial 509 (Save Settings). The system will save the current
settings. Please restart the system. Wait for about 40 seconds for the
system to restart, and then enter 101 to check whether or not the IP
address was retained. If the IP address is not repeated, this indicates that
the gateway is not properly connected. Please check to be certain that the
cable connection, account, and password are all correct.
Dynamic IP (DHCP) Settings
After entering IVR mode, dial 114.
After hearing “Enter value”, dial 2 (to select DHCP).
Saving settings –press 509 (Save Settings). Please restart the system. After the system is restarted, press 101 to
check whether or not the IP address was retained.
NOTE: If the system does not repeat the IP address, this indicates that the gateway failed to
communicate with a DHCP server. Please check your DHCP server or ISP.
ADSL PPPoE Settings
NOTE: Complete PPPoE settings should include: Select PPPoE (option 3 of 114), PPPoE account
(121) and PPPoE password (122).
Please contact your local Internet Service Provider (ISP) if you have any questions.
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Select a PPPoE
y
After entering IVR mode, dial 114.
y
After hearing “Enter value,” dial 3 (to select PPPoE).
PPPoE Account Settings
y
After entering IVR mode, dial 121.
y
After hearing “Enter value”, enter the account number followed by”#”.
Example: If the account is “84943122@hinet.net,” please enter 08 04 09 04 03 01 02 02 71 48 49 54 45 60 72 54 45
60 #.
NOTE: it is necessary to enter two digits for each character/number; for example, you must enter
“01” for “1” and “11” for “A”. It is recommended that you use the web Interface to configure your
PPPoE account details. Refer to the PPPoE Character Conversion Table on the next page for key
mappings if you choose to use IVR setup.
PPPoE Password Setting
y
After entering IVR mode, dial 122,
y
After hearing “Enter value,” enter the new password followed by “#”.
Example: If the password is “3ttixike”, please enter “03 60 60 49 64 49 51 45#”.
Save Settings and Restart
To save settings, dial 509 (Save Settings). The system will save the settings. Please restart the system.
Wait for about 40 seconds for the system to restart, then enter 101 to check whether or not the IP address
was retained. If the IP address is not repeated, this indicates that the gateway is not properly connected.
Please check to be certain that the cable connection, account, and password are all correct.
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PPPoE Character Conversion Table:
The table below provides a list of PPPoE conversion codes. The first column in each pair of columns lists
the number, letter or symbol that you want to enter. The second column in each pair (“Input Key”) tells you
what code to enter for the corresponding number, letter or symbol. For example, to enter “D-Link” using the
codes below, enter: 148322495451
Numbers
Input Key Upper Case Input Key Lower Case Input Key
Letters
Letters
Symbols
Input Key
0
00
A
11
a
41
@
71
1
01
B
12
b
42
•
72
2
02
C
13
c
43
!
73
3
03
D
14
d
44
"
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Dialing Principles
5. Dialing Principles
5-1 Dialing Options
1.
2.
3.
Dial the phone number which you want to call and press # to call out immediately, or wait until the “Inter
Digits Timeout” expires (defined in “Advanced Options”, default=4 seconds, see page 23).
If the phone number fits the setting of the Digit Map, the gateway dials out the phone number through the
assigned interface automatically.
The phone number should have at least 2 digits (not including * and #).
5-2 Dialed Number Processing Flow
To maintain maximum flexibility, the number dialed will be looked up in several tables defined by the
gateway. If no match is found, it will look up the number from the registered SIP Proxy Server. The number
look up flow is shown below:
Digit Map
Table
Extension
Number
Local Phone
Book
Phone Book
Manager
SIP
Proxy
A complete flow chart is shown on the next page.
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5-3 Example for Match phone numbers invited by callers
The table below is provided as a general reference expresses phone numbers dialed by the gateway instead of
real phone numbers that callers dial.
Match
Scheme
Description
The same as “FXS
Representative Number”
Ring FXS according to “FXS
Group Hunting / Ring Priority”
settings
The same as “FXO
Representative Number”
Off hook a FXO
The same as “FXS
Representative Number +
Extension Number”
If Extension line is FXS, it should ring.
Ring or off hook the Extension If Extension line is FXO, it should off hook
It is not applied to registration with SIP Proxy
The same as FXO
Extension Number
Off hook the FXO
A Prefix is the same as
“FXS Representative
Number +FXO Extension
Number”
Eliminate a Prefix and use
remaining digits to route calls
via FXO
It is not applied to registration with SIP Proxy
FXS Representative Number is 2252 and one of
FXO Extension is 070123456
If callers dial 2252070123456 6371, the gateway
dial 6371 via FXO Extension
Eliminate a Prefix and
A Prefix is the same as FXO
use remaining digits to route
Extension Number
calls via FXO
One of FXO Extension is 070123456
If callers dial 070123456 6371, the gateway dial
6371 via FXO Extension
Differ from FXS/FXO
numbers
If callers dial 6371, the gateway dial 6371 via one
of FXO line
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Start
Enter a phone
number (D#)
Dial the number
defined in
Digt Map table
Yes
Is (D#)
defined in Digit
Map table?
No
Is (D#)
defined in Extension
table?
Yes
No
Is (D#)
defined in Phone Book
table?
Yes
No
Is (D#)
defined in Phone Book
Manager?
Yes
No
Is (D#)
defined in SIP
proxy server?
Yes
No
Dial (D#) through
the first available
FXO port to PSTN
Dial out as defined in
the first match case
through the gateway
Yes
Does this
gateway have an
FXO port?
No
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Appendix
Appendix
Product Features
WAN
• One 10/100Mbps auto-negotiation, auto-MDI/MDIX RJ-45 Ethernet port
• Support static IP, PPPoE, BigPond Cable and DHCP address assignment and dynamic DNS
(DDNS)
• QoS: IP TOS (Type of Services) and DiffServ (Differentiated Services) for both SIP signaling
and RTP
• NAT Traversal : Port Forwarding, STUN, UPnP and Outbound Proxy
• NTP: (Network Time Protocol RFC 1305), Accepts up to 3 Time Server
• Time Zone Support
• MAC Address Clone
• RTP Packet Summary : packet sent, packet received, packet loss for voice quality analysis
LAN
• Four 10/100Mbps auto-negotiation, auto-crossover RJ 45 Ethernet ports
• Supports router and bridge mode (NAT mode and Non-NAT mode)
• DHCP server
Advance Firewall and DoS Protection
• NAT (Network Address Translation) and PAT (Port Address Translation)
• DMZ, Virtual Server
• Traffic Filtering based on MAC address, IP address, TCP/UDP Port number and URL string
pattern
• Prevents attacks based on TCP, UDP, IP and ICMP protocols
• Prevents attacks such as SYN Flood, IP Spoofing, Ping of Death, Tear Drop, etc.
Voice Features
• 2FXS/2FXO(DVG-7022S), 4FXS/4FXO(DVG-7044S) and 6FXS(Foreign eXchange
Station)/2FXO(Foreign eXchange Office)(DVG-7062) ports
• SIP (RFC3261) compatible
• Voice codecs : G.711 a /ulaw, G.726, G.729A, G.723.1
• CNG (Comfort Noise Generation)
• VAD (Voice Activity Detection)
• G.165/G.168 echo cancellation
• Adjustable Jitter Buffer and programmable Gain Control
• In-Band DTMF, Out-Of-Band DTMF relay (RFC2833, SIP INFO)
• Multiple SIP Proxy server entries with failover mechanism
• Polarity reversal detection (FXO/PSTN) and generation (FXS)
• T.30 (G.III) / Real time T.38 / Secured T.38 FAX relay
• DTMF, FSK (Bellcore & ETSI) Caller ID detection and generation.
• Support Caller ID Restriction (CLIR)
• Digit Map for dial plan
• Speed Dial
• Local phone book for peer-to-peer calling
• E.164 Numbering & ENUM support
• Hot-Line, Warm-Line support
• Single Number / Account (reprehensive number) for multiple ports
• Recordable greeting message
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•
Appendix
Call features:
o Call Hold, Call Waiting, Call Pickup
o Call Forward - Unconditional, Busy, No Answer
o Call Transfer - Unattended, Attended
o Three Way Calling (Media Server required)
Analogue interface
o Connector : RJ-11
o Signaling protocol : Loop Start
Configuration & Maintenance
• Configuration methods:
o Web
o IVR
o Telnet
• Status reports:
o Port status
o Registration status
o Ping tests
o STUN/UPnP status
o Hardware / software information
• Firmware Upgrade through TFTP, FTP and HTTP server
• Configuration Backup/Restore
• Reset button (with restore factory default function)
• Front Panel LED : voice ports, WAN, LAN1~4, Run, Power, Alarm
• Optional Auto Provisioning Server (APS) for mass
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