CX 100 IP PBX User Manual VoIP Communication
CX100 IP PBX Telephone System
User Manual
CX100
1 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Menu
Getting Started ............................................................................................................................................................ 3 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................... 3 Packing list ............................................................................................................................................................. 4 Specification........................................................................................................................................................... 4 Hardware setup ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 First Login to Wizard.............................................................................................................................................. 6 Extension ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9 SIP Extension........................................................................................................................................................ 10 Follow Me ............................................................................................................................................................ 13 Ring Group ........................................................................................................................................................... 14 Outbound Routes................................................................................................................................................. 15 Line Provider.............................................................................................................................................................. 18 SIP Register .......................................................................................................................................................... 18 SIP Direct.............................................................................................................................................................. 20 Inbound Routes.................................................................................................................................................... 21 Advanced ................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Conference........................................................................................................................................................... 25 Queues................................................................................................................................................................. 25 Simple IVR............................................................................................................................................................ 27 Time Frames ........................................................................................................................................................ 28 PBX More ................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Sound Files........................................................................................................................................................... 30 Call Detail Report ................................................................................................................................................. 31 Option .................................................................................................................................................................. 31 Networks.................................................................................................................................................................... 34 WAN/LAN/Time Zone .......................................................................................................................................... 35 Utilities....................................................................................................................................................................... 35 External Disk ........................................................................................................................................................ 36 System........................................................................................................................................................................ 37 Admin User .......................................................................................................................................................... 37 Reboot ................................................................................................................................................................. 38 Reset Factory ....................................................................................................................................................... 38 Glossary ..................................................................................................................................................................... 39 2 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Welcome to
CX100
Getting Started Thank you for purchasing CX100.It is with the excellent performance and cost, yet
easy-to-configure IP PBX in the market today.
Administrating a VoIP system can be a daunting task for administrators unfamiliar with VoIP.
This guide is designed to help you plan and configure CX100 Voice over IP (VoIP)
deployments.
Introduction The CX100 is the ideal system for small businesses and home offices requiring a pint-sized
yet powerful on-premise IP PBX. Keeping up with the demands of sustainability, the IP PBX
CX 100 is based on a low-power, high performance MIPS processor, providing the
complicated communication features including the hardest HD communication protocol.
The compact solid-state device support 32 extensions and offers a wide range of IP PBX
telephony features. At the same time, it is the first cheapest IP PBX in the world when it
comes out.
3 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Packing list 1 unit CX100
1 Power Supply
Specification MIPS Processor
64MB RAM/16MB FLASH
1xRJ45 10/100MB Ethernet port WAN
1xRJ45 Debug port
Reset Button
Power adapter: AC 100~240V input and DC 12V/1A output
Power consumption: 1.2-2.0W
Net weight: 100g
Dimension: 150mm(L) x 90mm(W) x 31.5mm(H)
Operating humidity: 10~95%
Operating temperature: 0~45°C
4 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Hardware setup You may check the above picture to configuration.
Step 1: Connect the WAN port of CX100 with your corporate IP network. Before you connect
the AX100 to the network, please check if your network can work normally.
Step 2: Plug in and open your browser to visit the address: Http://192.168.1.100:9999
Make sure your IP address is 192.168.1.XX
(If you use IE6 and above, the prefix address Errore. Riferimento a collegamento ipertestuale non valido. can’t be left out)
Now we access to the Wizard page.
Username: admin (By default)
Password: admin (By default)
5 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual First Login to Wizard This is your first time to log in, it will show Wizard Processing. It is simple and brief to deploy.
In most cases, the default settings can be used for the rest of the configuration.
.
When you Abort, it will quit the Wizard. And if you want to access Wizard, just click the Wizad.
You can choose the protocol Static IP or DHCP.
Using a static IP address is the most reliable way to ensure your server IP address does not
change. To find an IP address that is not in use on your network and will not be used for
another client by the DHCP server or used by some other devices.
6 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual After you have found a suitable server IP address [192.168.60 is a common address], enter it
and addresses for the following in the network configuration questionnaire: Netmask.
By default, the system enters 255.255.255.0. If your netmask address is
different, change it to the correct value.
Gateway. The address for your gateway is usually the IP address of your router. A common
gateway IP address is 192.168.0.1.
DNS server. This address will be for either a server inside your network or for a server your
internet service provider (ISP) runs for your use and for which the ISP will provide you the
addresses.
After all addresses have been entered and the system asks if they are correct, click Yes to
accept them; otherwise, correct them, then click Yes.
After the addresses are accepted, the system informs you that you need to reboot to use the
new IP address. To reboot, click OK.
Time Zone
It is used to set the local time zone and is important for generating accurate call reports after
your system is operating. And the features-Time Frame will also judge your working time or
others according to your system time.
If you select the incorrect time zone, or you move to a different time zone later, you can
change it in the Wizard.
You can follow the default setting and Next.
Now we come to the Extension page.
You can set up to 32 SIP extensions. The number length should be at least 3 digits and the
password should be at least 8 digits.
7 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Next we come to the Wizard Processing page.
You can do nothing and click confirm.
Or you can choose the two ways of incoming calls.
1. When the call comes in, all the extensions will ring and until someone to pick it up.
2. Playback a voice menu and wait the user input number or press 0 to number 800
Besides, you can also set a conference number.
Then the AX100 begin to configure. It will auto restart the PBX and if you can’t see the page
you can refresh it. And re-log in, you will see the dashboard of CX 100.
8 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual OK. The first time to access the AX100.
If you want to access to the Wizard again, just click the Wizard.
Extension Here you can create SIP extensions and Feature Extensions.
9 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual SIP Extension SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) [RFC 3261, 3262, 3263, 3264, and 3265]
A signalling protocol for initiating and terminating an interactive user session that involves
multimedia elements such as video, voice, chat, gaming, and virtual reality (it is used mainly
for voice and video calls over the Internet or data networks).
Create the SIP extensions: set the number (not less than 3 digits), password (not less than 8
digits) and email address.
Info_email: you can also set the email address.
After you set and add one account. Remember the SIP account and password and it will help
to configuration your SIP Phone.
10 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual For the Expert use, you can set the Video Support, IP address and so on
Video Support: Choose Yes or No.
IP address: Dynamic IP or Static IP. If you choose the Static IP, just fill your IP address and
make sure it is the same with this device.
Call ID: You can use the extension number (Default) or use this number you set yourself.
Direct Media: The default is No.
If you choose yes, it will not transfer the voice data.
Nat: Please see the glossary
Keep Alive: Keep in touch with the contacted device
DTMF Mode refers to the types of tones a phone can send and receive. Refer to your phone's
user manual to find the type of DTMF tones used by your particular phone. Unless you are
certain this setting needs to be changed, leave it at the default value, rfc2833.
11 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Codec Priority: You can choose the codec priority here.
After you finished, just click save and you will see the red bar to remind you to reload. Click it
and wait to reload.
To make changes to the way an extension is set up, click on its edit button and edit the
settings on the settings detail page. To remove an extension from your system permanently,
click on its Delete button.
12 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Follow Me One of the features extensions is Follow Me.
If you have more than one number, when a call comes in, the system will ring your numbers
one by one until someone answered.
You can set the detail in basic and expert. The expert is not available now.
You can set the order of the extensions number to ring.
13 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Ring Group When the call comes in, all the extensions will ring simultaneously until someone to pick it up.
14 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Outbound Routes Outbound Routes for extensions dialing local / outside number.
When dialing, the top-down one by one checking rules, if matched will be execute and end
route.
When dialing, not matched or no rule will try to execute 'Default Rule' settings.
You can choose the default rule. In most cases, the default settings can be used for the rest of
the configuration.
Default Rules:
[Smart]Automatically try local number, if not matched then try to select [Default Outbound]
and call out.
[Local] Automatically try local number
[Disable]End the call
Default Outbound : You can choose the default outbound line here.
Create New Rule first:
Now you can set the outbound routes.
You can refer the tips.Set the rules to match caller ID or match the called party ID (Callee),
then set the relevant executive rules: we can format caller Id/ callee ID .If don't need, leave
NULL.
15 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Below is the extension outbound routes diagram.
16 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual After you create them, you can modify the order of rules by dragging and click 'Save Rules
New order' to confirm. And you can also edit and delete the rules.
17 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Line Provider You can set the line provider here. Sip Register and Sip Direct.
After you finished the register information, remember to tick the Outbound Calls-Default
outbound calls
.
SIP Register SIP Register: Use a SIP account and password to register to the ITSP.
18 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual 19 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual SIP Direct You can create the SIP direct.
20 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Inbound Routes Inbound Routes for Line provider dialing local number / transfer to other line provider.
Create a new rule as below, you can create the new rules for the incoming calls.
:
Note: The default settings can be used for the rest of the configuration.
21 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual The rule setting is similar to outbound routes. You can refer the tips. Below is the diagram.
22 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual After you set several rules, you can edit or delete them.
You can also modify the order of rules by dragging and click 'Save Rules New order' to
confirm.
23 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual You can modify the order of rules by dragging and click 'Save Rules New order' to confirm.
When a call comes in, the system will prior process 'Auto Find Extension', next check the
rules one by one from top to down, finally perform 'Default Rule'.
Advanced In this section, you can set the Conference, Queues, Simple IVR and Time-Frames.
24 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Conference You can set a Conference here. It is simple and easy.
After you set, you can make a call to the conference number via the extension.
Queues Select this type if the extension will queue callers to speak with a
representative. Call queues are often used to dial into a particular department or group; for
example, the extension for the accounting department might be a call queue. You can
customize your call queues in the extension setup process.
25 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Now for example, we create a Queue, we add 802 and 800 into our queue.
26 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual You can also set the service strategy: Ring all, Radom, Memory.
Simple IVR Here we can set the IVR (Voice menu)
For example, we set one IVR number 333, choose the playback file-Welcome, and choose
that press 0 to transfer to 800 and press 1 to transfer to 801.Create the new IVR.
27 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Then click the red bar to reload.
Time Frame: You need to set this as below first then come back to choose.
Expert: You can set the mode when user input the invalid number.
Input Max Digit Len: For example, if you input 3 means if you press only one number when
you access to the IVR, you need to press that number and # to call directly. Otherwise need to
wait the Max Time.
Max Time: the waiting time to connect someone.
Input Retry: For example, if you input continuous two time wrong number, the system will
automatically transfer to another number you input.
Time Frames As the above, we create one set working time and click “add”. Now we can come back to the
simple IVR- time frame – to set it.
If all the parameters are zero, it means to ignore this time frame.
(Advanced-Simple IVR)
28 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual OK. When during the working time you set, all the incoming calls will transfer to 801.
PBX More 29 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Sound Files By default, the file name is unmodified when you add a new sound.
It can be used as the Simple IVR’s file.
File Ext name/ file size: Unmodified.
Upload file: you can choose the way to upload the file.
Web upload: Only support GSM file.
When you input one extension number, it will record automatically.
30 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual When you upload a sound file, you can listen, edit and delete.
Call Detail Report You can check your call detail report here.
Option PBX General:
Outbound and internal ring time: you can choose the time.
31 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Extension dialing route: you can set the dialing route here as well as the Extension-Dialing
Route
Trunk Dialing route: you can also find the setting in Line provider-Dial-in Route
IVR MAX TRY: For example, if we input 2 means the system will automatically quite when the
IVR playback for twice.
SIP Protocol
32 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Anonymous Call In
UDP Bind Port: by default is 6020
Please note you should modify this port when you set the extension port is 5060.
Max Register Expiry
Min Register Expiry
Default Register Expiry
Progress Mode
T.38 UDPTL
SIP Behind NAT
This experimental feature is that when a PBX as a SIP server behind Nat, SIP Nats allows
your SIP phone and IADs to register into PBX. And it needs the firewall and router’s support.
33 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Option
You can check the data FTP account here and modify.
Networks 34 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual WAN/LAN/Time Zone You can set it here as well as the Wizard.
Utilities 35 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual External Disk Here you can insert a USB device to record the sound files.
It supports FAT32, EXT4 or based the MLC USB pen disks.
We recommend use the USB device with power adaptor alone.
Insert one USB. Please remember to choose the external disk.
You can also check the PBX data in FTP Manage.
When you want to extract the USB, just click the safety remove disk.
And only in this circumstance, you can find the below menu in the Extensions interface.
36 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual System Admin User You can set and modify the admin user ,password here.
37 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Reboot Reset Factory Factory Mode: Input your password to reset your device.
38 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual Glossary ATA (Analog Telephony Adapter)
A device used to connect one or more standard analog telephones to a digital and/or
non-standard telephone system such as a Voice Over IP based network.
DID (Direct Inward Dial)
A feature offered by telephone companies for use with their customers’ private branch
exchange (PBX) systems. In DID service, the telephone company provides one or more trunk
lines to the customer for connection to the customer’s PBX and allocates a range of
telephone numbers to this line (or group of lines) and forwards all calls to such numbers via
the trunk. As calls are presented to the PBX, the dialed destination number (DNIS) is
transmitted, usually partially (e.g., last four digits), so that the PBX can route the call directly
to the desired telephone extension within the organization without the need for an operator or
attendant.
DID numbers are assigned to a communications gateway connected by a trunk to the public
switched telephone network (PSTN) and the VoIP network. The gateway routes and
translates calls between the two networks for the VoIP user. Calls originating in the VoIP
network will appear to users on the PSTN as originating from one of the assigned DID
numbers.
DNS (domain name system)
The Internet’s name/address resolution service that translates alphabetic domain names into
numeric IP addresses. For example, the domain name www.pbx.com might translate to
198.105.232.4. If a computer cannot access DNS, the user’s web browser will not be able to
find web sites and the user will not be able to receive or send email. The DNS system
consists of three components: DNS data,name servers, and Internet protocols for getting the
data from the servers.
Domain name server
A computer that runs a program that converts a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) into its
numeric
IP address and vice versa.
DTMF (Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency)
The signal that is generated when a user presses the touch keys of an ordinary telephone.
Also known as “Touchtone,” DTMF has essentially replaced pulse dialling. When a user
presses touch keys, two tones of specific frequencies are generated (one from a
high-frequency group and the other from a lowfrequency
group), so it’s impossible for the voice to imitate the tones.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
A standard Internet protocol used to upload and download files between computers that are
39 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual connected to the Internet. FTP uses the Internet’s TCP/IP protocols as does HTTP, which
transfers displayable Web pages and related files, and SMTP, which transfers e-mail.
GSM (Global System for Mobile communication)
A wireless telephone standard in Europe and other parts of the world.GSM uses a variation of
time division multiple access (TDMA), which is the most widely used of the three digital
wireless telephony technologies (TDMA, GSM, and CDMA). GSM digitizes and compresses
data, then sends it down a channel with two other streams of user data, each in its own time
slot. It operates at either the 900 MHz or 1800 MHz frequency band.
IP-PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange)
A telephone switch (see “PBX”) located on a customer’s premises that utilize VoIP to manage
and deliver calls.
ITSP (Internet Telephone Service Provider)
A company that offers an Internet data service for making telephone calls using VoIP. Most
ITSPs use SIP, H.323, or IAX for transmitting telephone calls as IP data packets. Customers
may use VoIP phones or traditional telephones with an analog telephony adapter (ATA).
ITU (International Telecommunication Union)
A telecommunications standards body that is guided by the United Nations. It was founded as
the International Telegraph Union in Paris on May 17, 1865. The ITU acts as the global focal
point for governments and the private sector in developing networks and services and is
comprised of more than 185 countries and produces over 200 standards recommendations
annually in the areas of information
technology, consumer electronics, broadcasting, and multimedia communications.
IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
A telephone technology that allows a caller to respond to configured voice menus through
voice and
touch tone. The IVR system responds with pre-recorded audio to further direct callers on how
to proceed.
LAN (Local Area Network)
A computer network covering a small physical area, like a home, office, or small group of
buildings, such as a school, or an office park. LANs are connected primarily through Ethernet
and can be connected to other LANs over any distance via telephone lines and radio waves.
LANs have a high data transfer rate and are not very expensive to set up. See also “WAN.”
MAC (Media Access Control) address
A hardware address that uniquely identifies most network adapters or network interface
cards (NICs) by the manufacturer for identification. The manufacturer’s registered
identification number is usually part of the MAC address if it was assigned by the
manufacturer. The MAC address is used by the Media Access Control protocol sub-layer of
40 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual the Data-Link Layer (DLC) of telecommunication protocols.
MIPS (million instructions per second)
An old method for measuring a computer’s speed and power and, by implication, for
determining the amount of work a computer can do. It measures the approximate number of
machine instructions the computer can execute in 1 second (i.e., it measures CPU speed).
Because there are so many variables with computer performance (e.g., varying amounts of
time for different instructions, importance of I/O speed, etc.), MIPS ratings are not used that
often anymore. However, a MIPS rating can give you a general idea of a computer’s speed.
NAT (Network Address Translation or Network Address Translator)
The method for translating an IP address used within one network to a different IP address
known within another network (one network is designated the inside network and the other is
the outside network). NAT allows as a router, for example, to act as an agent between the
public network (e.g., the Internet) and a private network (i.e., a local network), which means
that a single, unique IP address can represent an entire group of computers.
PBX (Private Branch exchange)
A telephone exchange that serves a particular business or office, as opposed to one that is
owned by a common carrier or telephone company and is used by many businesses or the
general public. Users of the PBX share a certain number of outside lines for making
telephone calls external to the PBX.PBXs have evolved over time, beginning as a manual
switchboard or attendant console that was operated by a telephone operator (circuit
switching) to the modern IP PBX. See also “IP PBX.”
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
The network of the world’s public circuit-switched telephone networks. Originally a network of
fixed line analog telephone systems, the PSTN is now almost entirely digital in its core and
includes mobile as well as fixed (plain old telephone service, POTS) telephones. The PSTN
is largely governed by technical standards created by the ITU-T, and uses E.163/E.164
telephone numbers for addressing.
Proxy Server
A server (a computer system or an application program) that acts as an intermediary for
requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. The VoIP proxy server is used in
a DMZ of a company’s secure internal communication network and receives VoIP control
messages and VoIP media streams.
Using the MAC address and source IP address contained in the control message, the proxy
server pushes a policy change to the internal network’s external firewall to open call control
protocol ports and Real Time Protocol (RTP) ports only for packets from the source IP
address. The VoIP proxy server hides the company’s internal network address and directs
incoming VoIP packets to an IP-PBX connected to the company’s internal network.
RAM (Random Access Memory)
41 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual A form of computer data storage that allows stored data to be accessed in any order (i.e.,
“random access”).
RAM is used by a computer’s operating system, application programs, and currently used
data, so that they can quickly be reached by the computer’s processor. RAM is quickly
readable and writeable compared to other kinds of computer storage (e.g., the hard disk,
floppy disk, and CD-ROM);However, data in RAM remains only as long as the computer is
running. Once the computer has been turned off, RAM loses its data. When the computer is
turned on again, the operating system and other files are once again loaded into RAM.
Router
A device for connecting one or more computers to other computers, networked devices, or to
other networks. Compared to hubs and switches (which are also connecting types of devices),
a router is the smartest and most complicated of the three. Routers can be programmed to
understand and route the data its being asked to handle. Configuration is done through a
user interface. Larger routers are capable of being programmed to communicate with other
routers to determine the best method of getting network traffic from point A to point B. Hubs
work at the data link and network layers (layers
2 and 3) of the OSI model.
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) [RFC 3261, 3262, 3263, 3264, and 3265]
A signalling protocol for initiating and terminating an interactive user session that involves
multimedia elements such as video, voice, chat, gaming, and virtual reality (it is used mainly
for voice and video calls over the Internet or data networks).
SIP Trunk
A service offered by an ITSP that allows businesses that have a PBX for their internal calls to
use VoIP to go outside the enterprise network by using the same connection as the Internet
connection. Before SIP trunks can be deployed, a business must have a PBX with a
SIP-enabled trunk side, an enterprise edge device that understands SIP, and an ITSP. See
“ITSP.”
Soft-switch (software switch)
A term used to describe the software that is used to bridge a public switched telephone
network (PSTN) and VoIP. This is done by separating the call control functions of a phone call
from the media gateway (transport layer). The soft-switch is typically used to control
connections at the junction point between circuit and packet networks.
UDP (User Datagram Protocol) [RFC 768]
A communications protocol that offers a limited amount of service when messages are
exchanged between computers in a network that is using the Internet Protocol (IP). UDP
merely performs IP traffic demultiplexing based on UDP port numbers, after which it provides
a checksum that can be used by end systems to determine whether the datagrams received
were corrupted by the network.
42 CX 100 IP PBX User Manual WAN (Wide Area Network)
A computer network that covers a broad area (e.g., any network that links across
metropolitan, regional, or national boundaries). WANs are similar to the Internet in that they
are not owned by a single organization. They exist under collective or distributed ownership
and management. For WAN connectivity over the longer distances, ATM, frame relay, and
X.25 are used. Computers connected to
a WAN can be connected via the telephone system, leased lines, or satellites. WANs have a
lower data transfer rate when compared to LANs. See also “LAN.”
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