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AddPac VoiceFinder AP-MG3000N Installation guide
VoiceFinder AP1100
VoIP Gateway
Installation Guide
Release 1.0
June. 2003
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2/ 3F, Jeong-Am Bldg, Kangnam-Gu,
Seoul, Korea. Zip 135-080
Phone (82 2) 568-3848
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[Contents]
About This Guide
Chapter 1.
VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway Overview..................................11
Introduction to VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway................................................................................11
Main Features ....................................................................................................................................13
Hardware Description ....................................................................................................................... 13
Voice over IP Service........................................................................................................................ 14
IP Routing Protocols ......................................................................................................................... 14
Network Managements..................................................................................................................... 14
Security Functions ............................................................................................................................ 15
Operation and Managements........................................................................................................... 15
Other Scalability Features ................................................................................................................ 15
Hardware Configuration and Network Interfaces ..........................................................................16
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway Part & Description .......................................................................... 16
Front View of AP1100 Type A........................................................................................................... 16
Rear View of AP1100 Type A ........................................................................................................... 18
Front View of AP1100 Type B .......................................................................................................... 20
Rear View of AP1100 Type B ........................................................................................................... 22
Network Interface.............................................................................................................................. 24
Voice Processing Interfaces............................................................................................................. 25
Chapter 2.
Before Installation .............................................................................26
Installation Requirements ................................................................................................................26
Electrical Requirements.................................................................................................................... 26
General Requirements ..................................................................................................................... 27
Network Connection Requirements ................................................................................................28
Necessaries....................................................................................................................................... 28
Ethernet Port ..................................................................................................................................... 29
RS-232C Serial Console Port .......................................................................................................... 29
Chapter 3.
Gateway Installation ..........................................................................30
Unpacking ..........................................................................................................................................30
VoiceFinder AP1100 Interfaces and Cable connection .................................................................31
Async Serial Interface Connection .................................................................................................. 31
Ethernet Interface Connection ......................................................................................................... 32
FXS Voice Interface Connection...................................................................................................... 34
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FXO Interface Connection................................................................................................................ 35
VoiceFinder AP1100 Interface Connection Example...................................................................... 36
Booting...............................................................................................................................................37
Use Console terminal with HyperTerminal ...................................................................................... 39
Chapter 4.
Appendix ............................................................................................45
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway Technical Description....................................................................45
Cable Specification ...........................................................................................................................48
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[Table of Figures]
Figure 1-1: The network diagram using VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.............................................. 11
Figure 1-2: The exterior view of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway ...........................................................12
Figure 1-3: VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway front view ...............................................................16
Figure 1-4: The rear panel image of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway........................................18
Figure 1-5: VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway front view ...............................................................20
Figure 1-6: The rear panel image of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway........................................22
Figure 3-1: RS-232C Console port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP gateway and PC or
notebook computer ..............................................................................................................31
Figure 3-2: Network connection diagram between AP1100 gateway and WAN network ..................32
Figure 3-3: Network connection diagram between AP1100 gateway and local LAN network..........33
Figure 3-4: FXS analog voice port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP gateway and analog
telephones, FAXs and PBX ..................................................................................................34
Figure 3-5: FXO analog voice port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP gateway and PBX or
PSTN ......................................................................................................................................35
Figure 3-6: The example diagram of network and voice interfaces of AP1100 VoIP gateway..........36
Figure 3-7: MS-Windows Communication Emulator HyperTerminal ..................................................39
Figure 3-8: Assign a name for the new connection ..............................................................................40
Figure 3-9: Select the interface for Console cable................................................................................41
Figure 3-10: COM1 Properties.................................................................................................................42
Figure 4-1: 10Base-T RJ-45 Connector ..................................................................................................49
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[Table of Tables]
Table 1-1: The interfaces and explanation of the front panel of AP1100 Type A Gateway................17
Table 1-2: The interfaces and explanation of the rear panel of AP1100 Type A Gateway .................19
Table 1-3: The interfaces and explanation of the front panel of AP1100 Type B Gateway ...............20
Table 1-4: The interfaces and explanation of the rear panel of AP1100 Type B Gateway .................23
Table 1-5: The interfaces of VoiceFInder AP1100 Gateways ................................................................23
Table 3-1: VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway package ................................................................................30
Table 4-1: The transferred signal and Pinout specification .................................................................48
Table 4-2: Signal and Pinout of Direct Ethernet Cable .........................................................................49
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About This Guide
This chapter outlines the structure of VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway Installation
Guide and explains the symbols and legends.
[Organization]
The VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway Installation Guide is offered to assist the
operation of VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway. This manual is composed of 4
chapters.
Experienced users may refer directly to the related chapters.
However, less
experienced users are highly recommended to thoroughly review this manual before
operation of the gateway.
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Chapter 1 『 VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway Overview 』provides an
introduction to the H/W and S/W of VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway and how to
apply for the technical supports.
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Chapter 2 『Before Installation』provides an explanation on the installation
environment and cable requirements along with recommendations for safe
operation of the equipment
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Chapter 3『Installation』explains the basic installation information on connecting
the gateway with cables, how to use Console terminal and etc.
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Chapter 4 『Appendix』includes the specification of the gateway, the cable and
etc.
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The revision history of VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway Installation Guide is as
follows.
Revision No.
Date
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[Symbols and Legends]
The symbols and legends used in this installation guide are as follows:
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Commands and Keywords are typed in Bold.
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Variables that require user inputs are typed in Italic.
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Square brackets ([]) are optional values.
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Keywords that are required but need to be selected are grouped in braces ({}) and
are separated by Slashes (/).
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Angle brackets (<>) are required parameters must be inputted.
The following conventions are also used to attract the user’s attention.
Danger
Danger
This symbol signals possible danger. Misuse could result in
physical injuries. Please follow the instructions to avoid any
electronic shocks.
Warning
Warning
It warns the users to be careful with the operation.
Otherwise,
STOP
it could result in hardware damage of the equipment or loss of
Caution
Caution
data.
This symbol calls for the user’s caution. Otherwise, it could
result in hardware damage of the equipment, loss of data or
system configuration.
Information
Information
This symbol indicates additional information offering detailed
information for understanding this user guide.
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Chapter 1.
VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway
Overview
Introduction to VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway
Information VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway offers Voice over IP service by connecting Local
Area Networks, Wide Area Network or broadband network of ADSL.
The below is the network diagram using VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
Figure 1-1: The network diagram using VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway
It supports static RIP v1/v2 and OSPF v2 standard routing protocols and IEEE Spanning
Tree Bridging function and it can be used for routing of both small and large-scale
networks.
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports inter-operability with carrier-class backbone
gateways, gatekeepers and routers along with existing AddPac VoIP gateway series
realizing easy installation and maintenance.
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The below figure is the exterior view of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
Figure 1-2: The exterior view of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway
As a supplementary service, VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway provides Packet Filtering
and Firewall function using Access List method.
The Firewall function restricts access
to the local network from outside networks using source and destination IP address
access list information at the Network Layer (IP Layer) and at the Transport Layer
(TCP/UDP Layer).
Also, using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), this equipment can assign
IP addresses to network clients automatically (DHCP server mode) and can receive a
dynamically assigned IP address from a DHCP Server (DHCP client mode).
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway solves the IP address shortage problem by using NAT
(Network Address Translation) protocol.
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Main Features
Information VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway provides high-performance Voice over IP (VoIP) solution
maintaining best voice quality with the latest voice compression algorithm and offers
high-speed Internet access service for small enterprises, government and other public
offices.
It is equipped with a WAN port (10Mbps Ethernet port) and up to 8 FXS or 4
FXO voice interfaces.
Especially, VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is the ultimate solution for Small Medium
Enterprise (SME) environment with its superior price vs. performance ratio.
It is ideal
for both enterprise users and offices with high-speed Internet subscribers of ADSL and
cable modem.
Also, VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is easy to install and operate, even for first time
users and offers static, RIP v1/2 and OSPF v2 routing function.
It is the most
economic and effective solution for high-speed Internet access VoIP gateway.
Hardware Description
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway offers the various network interface and ample system
memory based on latest Embedded H/W technology and system memory. The main
H/W features are as followings.
※ The hardware interfaces are various by each model.
The specifc hardware
interface information on each model is provided on Chapter 2.
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High Performance WAN-to-LAN Residential VoIP Gateway
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High Performance 32bit RISC Microprocessor
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Stable, fixed Network interface structure
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1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN Interface (RJ45)
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1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for LAN Service (RJ45)
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1-Port HomePNA Interface (RJ11) (applicable only for AP1100 Type A)
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Up-to 8-Ports FXS Voice Interface (8 x RJ11)
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Up-to 4-Ports FXO Voice Interface (4 x RJ11)
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1-Port Async Serial Interface for Console Port (RJ45)
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Compact, stylish design
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AC-DC External Power Supply Adapter
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Various system LEDs
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Voice over IP Service
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VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports voice and data integration service, VoIP
service.
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Offers 8-channel voice ports and offers VoIP service by interoperating with PBXs,
ordinary telephones and fax machines.
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Supports industry standard VoIP protocols such as H.323, SIP and MGCP.
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High performance DSP supports various voice compression algorithms such as
G.723.1, G.729.A, G.711 and etc.
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Supports various voice-processing functions of VAD, DTMF & FAX Tone auto
detection, CNG, Echo Cancellation and etc.
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Supports T.38 G3 FAX Relay.
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Interoperable with H. 323 based Gateways and Gatekeepers
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Interoperable with SIP Proxy Servers
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Interoperable with MGCs
IP Routing Protocols
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports various IP routing protocols. The main IP
routing features are followings.
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Supports various IP routing and bridging protocol
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Static, RIP v1/v2, OSPF v2 routing protocols
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Transparent Bridging (IEEE Spanning Tree Protocol)
Network Managements
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports various network management protocols and
functions.
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Standard SNMP Agent (MIB v2), MIB II, Bridge MIB Support
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Consols function with Async. Port.
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Remote Management using Console, Rlogin, Telnet.
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Traffic Queuing
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Web based Managements
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Security Functions
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports various security functions.
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Standard & Extended IP Access List for network security function.
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Enable/Disable for Specific Protocols
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Multi-level User Account managements
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Auto-Disconnect for Telnet/Console Sessions
Operation and Managements
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports following operation and maintenance features.
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System Performance Analysis for Process, CPU, Connection I/F
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Configuration Backup & Restore for APOS Managements
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Debugging, System Auditing, and Diagnostics Support
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System Booting and Auto-rebooting with Watchdog Feature
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Data logging as various format
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IP Traffic Statistics with Accounting
Other Scalability Features
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports various supplementary service functions.
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DHCP server and relay function for easy IP management
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NAT/PAT function for effective IP management
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Remote S/W upgrade with TFTP & FTP
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Industry standard Command Line Interface type operation
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Network Time Protocol (NTP)
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Hardware Configuration and Network Interfaces
Information This chapter explains the external form and network interfaces of VoiceFinder AP1100
Gateway.
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway Part & Description
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is made by the high intensity ABS with compact design.
The front panel of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway includes various LEDs indicating the
operational status of the device.
On the rear panel, there is a LAN0 interface for
WAN connection, LAN1 interface for LAN connection, HomePNA interface and various
voice interfaces. .
Front View of AP1100 Type A
The front panel of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway includes various LEDs
indicating the operational status of the device. The following figure is the external form
of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway
Figure 1-3: VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway front view
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Table 1-1 shows the functional explanation about each LED of VoiceFinder AP1100
Type A Gateway.
Table 1-1: The interfaces and explanation of the front panel of AP1100 Type A
Gateway
No.
(1)
(2)
LED
POWER
RUN
RUN LED, display the normal operation of the gateway. (Orange)
LAN
LAN LED, display the Ethernet port’s status (Green)
HomePNA
(3)
WAN/Local
Collision
WAN/Local
ACTIVITY
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Power LED, display whether external power is supplied normally
or not. (Green)
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(4)
Description
WAN/Local
HomePNA LED, display the HomePNA port’s status (Orange,
applicable to AP1100 Type A)
RUN LED, display whether the equipment is operated normally or
not.
WAN/Local LED, display the status of WAN or Local networks.
(WAN: Green, Local: Orange, both WAN & LAN: Yellow)
Collision, display the collision status of the network.
WAN/Local LED, display the status of WAN or Local networks.
(WAN: Green, Local: Orange, both WAN & LAN: Yellow)
The Rx/Tx stauts of the network.
WAN/Local LED, display the status of WAN or Local networks.
(WAN: Green, Local: Orange, both WAN & LAN: Yellow)
FXO0/0
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXO 0/0: Green,
FXS1/0
FXS 1/0: Orange, for both FXO 0/0 and FXS 1/0: Yellow)
FXO0/1
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXO 0/1: Green,
FXS1/1
FXS 1/1: Orange, for both FXO 0/1 and FXS 1/1: Yellow)
FXO0/2
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXO 0/2: Green,
FXS1/2
FXS 1/2: Orange, for both FXO 0/2 and FXS 1/2: Yellow)
FXO0/3
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXO 0/3: Green,
FXS1/3
FXS 1/3: Orange, for both FXO 0/3 and FXS 1/3: Yellow)
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Rear View of AP1100 Type A
The rear side of the VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A VoIP Gateway includes 10Mbps
Ethernet Interface ports for WAN/LAN interfaces, a HomePNA port, RS-232C serial
port for management, and FXS and FXO interface ports for voice signal processing.
It
can also form network environment for WAN-to-LAN routing service.
Following figure shows the standard configuration of the back panel of VoiceFinder
AP1100 Type A gateway.
Figure 1-4: The rear panel image of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type A Gateway
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The following Table 1-2 explains the rear side panel interface of AP1100 Type A VoIP
gateway.
Table 1-2: The interfaces and explanation of the rear panel of AP1100 Type A
Gateway
No.
Interface
Explanation
(1)
DC Power
External DC Power Supply Input
(2)
FXS (1/0, 1/1, 1/2,
1/3)
4 FXS Ports : As FXS Voice Interface Ports, Phone or Fax
(3)
HomePNA
HomePNA port (RJ11, applicable to AP1100 Type A).
(4)
LAN1
10Mbps Ethernet Port for LAN interface (RJ45)
(5)
LAN0
10Mbps Ethernet Port for WAN interface (RJ45)
(6)
Console
RS-232C serial port for system management (RJ45)
(7)
FXO (0/0, 0/1, 0/2,
0/3)
4 FXO Ports : As FXO Voice Interface Ports, PBX can be
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connected.(4 x RJ11)
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Front View of AP1100 Type B
The front panel of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway includes various LEDs
indicating the operational status of the device. The following figure is the external form
of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway
Figure 1-5: VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway front view
Table 1-3 shows the functional explanation about each LED of VoiceFinder AP1100
Type B Gateway.
Table 1-3: The interfaces and explanation of the front panel of AP1100 Type B
Gateway
No.
LED
(1)
POWER
(2)
RUN
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Power LED, display whether external power is supplied normally
or not. (Green)
RUN LED, display the normal operation of the gateway. (Orange)
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(3)
LAN0/LAN1
Collision
(4)
LAN0/LAN1
ACTIVITY
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
LAN0/LAN1
RUN LED, display whether the equipment is operated normally or
not.
LAN0/LAN1 LED, display the status of WAN or LAN1 networks.
(LAN0: Green, LAN1: Orange, both LAN0 & LAN1: Yellow)
Collision, display the collision status of the network.
LAN0/ LAN1 LED, display the status of LAN0 or LAN1 networks.
(LAN0: Green, LAN1: Orange, both LAN0 & LAN1: Yellow)
The Rx/Tx stauts of the network.
LAN0/ LAN1 LED, display the status of LAN0 or LAN1 networks.
(LAN0: Green, LAN1: Orange, both LAN0 & LAN1: Yellow)
FXS0/0
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXS 0/0: Green,
FXS1/0
FXS 1/0: Orange, for both FXS 0/0 and FXS 1/0: Yellow)
FXS0/1
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXS 0/1: Green,
FXS1/1
FXS 1/1: Orange, for both FXS 0/1 and FXS 1/1: Yellow)
FXS0/2
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXS 0/2: Green,
FXS1/2
FXS 1/2: Orange, for both FXS 0/2 and FXS 1/2: Yellow)
FXS0/3
Display the operation status of voice ports. (FXS 0/3: Green,
FXS1/3
FXS 1/3: Orange, for both FXS 0/3 and FXS 1/3: Yellow)
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Rear View of AP1100 Type B
The rear side of the VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B VoIP Gateway includes 10Mbps
Ethernet Interface ports for WAN/LAN interfaces, RS-232C serial port for management,
and FXS interface ports for voice signal processing.
It can also form network
environment for WAN-to-LAN routing service.
Following figure shows the standard configuration of the back panel of VoiceFinder
AP1100 Type B gateway.
Figure 1-6: The rear panel image of VoiceFinder AP1100 Type B Gateway
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The following Table 1-4 explains the rear side panel interface of AP1100 Type B VoIP
gateway.
Table 1-4: The interfaces and explanation of the rear panel of AP1100 Type B
Gateway
No.
Interface
Explanation
(1)
DC Power
External DC Power Supply Input
(2)
FXS (1/0, 1/1, 1/2,
1/3)
4 FXS Ports : As FXS Voice Interface Ports, Phone or Fax
(3)
LAN1
10Mbps Ethernet Port for LAN interface (RJ45)
(4)
LAN0
10Mbps Ethernet Port for WAN interface (RJ45)
(5)
Console
RS-232C serial port for system management (RJ45)
(6)
FXS (0/0, 0/1, 0/2,
0/3)
4 FXS Ports : As FXS Voice Interface Ports, Phone or Fax
Machine can be connected.(4 x RJ11)
Machine can be connected.(4 x RJ11)
Table 1-5: The interfaces of VoiceFInder AP1100 Gateways
Model
AP1100
Type A
AP1100
Type B
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10Mbps Ethernet
10Mbps Ethernet
LAN
HomePNA or
10Mbps Ethernet
10Mbps Ethernet
FXS
FXO
Console
4
4
1
8
0
1
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Network Interface
VoiceFinder AP1100 gateway supports the following network interfaces.
AP1100 Type A
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1 Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN
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1 Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface or 1 Port HomePNA Interface for LAN
(Selectable by DIP Switch)
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1 Port RS232C Asynchronous Serial Interface
AP1100 Type B
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1 Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN
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1 Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for LAN
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1 Port RS232C Asynchronous Serial Interface
With the above network interface, VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway can establish WAN
and LAN network supporting TCP/IP network protocol.
So it can easily form VoIP
network on the lease line or the broadband network of ADSL and Cable Modem. Also,
the Console port offers easy configuration of the gateway. Moreover, its HomePNA
interface realizes for more easy VoIP network formation at offices or SOHO.
The next section explains the network interfaces of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN (RJ45)
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports one (1) 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN
environment formation. It is a RJ45 type standard interface.
1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for LAN (RJ45)
VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway offers one (1) 10Mbps Ethernet interface to form
Local Area Network (LAN). It is a RJ45 type standard interface.
1-Port HomePNA LAN Interface (RJ11)
VoiceFinder AP1100 VoIP Gateway supports one (1) HomePNA (Phoneline Networking
Alliance) interface.
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1-Port Async Serial Interface for Console Port (RJ45)
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway provides network management features using an
RS-232C asynchronous serial interface port.
Voice Processing Interfaces
The voice interfaces of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway can be connected to the ordinary
telephones, fax machines and PBX.
AP1100 Type A
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4-Port FXS voice interface ports
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4-Port FXO voice interface ports
AP1100 Type B
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8-Port FXS voice interface ports
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is a network device offering not only data service, but
also voice service at one device.
8 or 4- Port FXS Voice Interface
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports eight (8) or four (4)-port FXS (Foreign
Exchange Station) Voice Interfaces. Using these FXS Voice Interfaces, VoiceFinder
AP1100 Gateway provides analog line interface solutions, which can interface with
general phone, FAX Machine, etc.
4-Port FXO Voice Interface Module
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway supports four (4)-port FXO (Foreign Exchange Office)
Voice Interfaces. Using these FXO Voice Interfaces, VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway
provides analog line interface solutions that can interface with PBX, PSTN Line, etc.
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Chapter 2.
Before Installation
Installation Requirements
Warning
The following recommendation should be followed for safe operation of the product.
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Ensure VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is in a dust-free environment before and
after installation.
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Make sure to install VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway on a flat and safe surface.
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To prevent accidents, be careful with ties, scarf, sleeves, and any other loose
clothing from entangling with the chassis.
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Avoid any actions that may effect the equipment or the operator.
Electrical Requirements
Danger
There are two main sources of electrical problems with VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway:
the power supply and static electricity.
This section describes safety recommendations for each case.
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Electrical Safety
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Operate at a position where immediate shut-off of power supply is possible.
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Turn off the power while installing the equipment.
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Avoid operating the equipment alone at potentially dangerous environment.
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Do not assume the power is switched off, but always confirm the power
status.
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Be extremely cautious when operating in a humid environment or with an
ungrounded power extension cable.
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Prevention of Static Electricity
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The main chip-set of the gateway is very delicate and misuse may result in
static electrical damage.
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If a static prevention wrist strap is available, strap it around the wrist and earth
the cord before operating the equipment.
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If no wrist strap is available, earthening by holding a metal part of the Chassis
will help prevent static electricity.
General Requirements
Warning
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway is ready for use where other electronic products can
be used. However, the following conditions are recommended for maximum
performance.
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A flat and well ventilated location.
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Secure the equipment safely at the desired place to install
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Do not place any objects on top of the equipment.
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A location without direct sunlight.
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Keep away from flammable, chemical, or magnetic objects.
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Network Connection Requirements
Consider EMI Standard and distance limitation while installing VoiceFinder AP1100
Warning
Gateway.
The below explains PSTN cable, Ethernet cable, Console Cable of VoiceFinder AP1100
Gateway.
Necessaries
Unless ordered in advance, the tools and certain cables are not provided in the
package. Prepare the following equipments and tools before the installation.
z
Standard screwdriver set
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Cables for LAN and Console port connection
z
9
RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable for LAN port
9
RS-232C Console cable with RJ-45 connector (included in the package)
Cable to connect Phone port
9
RJ-11 to RJ-11 ordinary telephone cable
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Ethernet Port
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway offers two (2) RJ45 type 10BaseTX Ethernet ports on
the rear panel and LEDs are indicating the port status are on the front panel. For the
PIN information of the Ethernet cable, refer to Chapter 4.
RS-232C Serial Console Port
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway offers one (1) RJ-45 type RS-232C connector on the
rear panel.
This port is for the initial configuration, monitoring and debugging.
For
the PIN information of the RS-232C Console cable, refer to Chapter 4.
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Chapter 3.
Gateway Installation
Unpacking
Before unpacking, check for external damage of the packaging box.
If no external damages are found, confirm if the following items are enclosed.
Table 3-1: VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway package
No.
1
2
3
Item
VoiceFinder AP1100
Gateway Main Body
Ethernet Cable
(for RJ45 to RJ45)
Console Cable
(for RJ45 to DB9)
Contents
Q’ty
1
1
1
Power supply
4
External Adapter
1
(110V/220V)
If any item is missing, immediately contact AddPac Technology Co. Ltd.
customer support.
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VoiceFinder AP1100 Interfaces and Cable connection
z
Install VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway at the suitable place illustrated at Chapter 2.
Async Serial Interface Connection
z
Connect RJ45 connector of RS-232C serial console cable to the Console port and
connect the other side of the cable (DB-9 connector) to the serial port of the PC.
Figure 3-1: RS-232C Console port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP
gateway and PC or notebook computer
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Ethernet Interface Connection
z
With RJ45 UTP cable, connect LAN0 Interface of VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway
and LAN interface of the WAN equipment (Router or Modem).
Figure 3-2: Network connection diagram between AP1100 gateway and WAN
network
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In case of IP share mode, connect PC directed to the LAN1 Interface.
In case of
NAT/PAT, connected logal HUB. For the detailed configuration, refer to Operation
Manual or Quick Operation Manual.
z
Use a crose cable to connect a user PC.
z
User a direct able to connect a HUB.
Figure 3-3: Network connection diagram between AP1100 gateway and local LAN
network
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FXS Voice Interface Connection
z
Connect FXS port to analog phones with RJ11 cables.
Figure 3-4: FXS analog voice port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP
gateway and analog telephones, FAXs and PBX
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FXO Interface Connection
z
Connect FXO Interfaces to PBX (Private Branch eXchange) with RJ11 cable.
Figure 3-5: FXO analog voice port interface diagram between AP1100 VoIP
gateway and PBX or PSTN
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VoiceFinder AP1100 Interface Connection Example
z
The below is an example of VoiceFInder AP1100 voice and data interface
connections.
Figure 3-6: The example diagram of network and voice interfaces of AP1100 VoIP
gateway
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Booting
When power is supplied, the system is booted as described below
z
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway performs a self-test and checks basic operations of
the CPU, the memory and interfaces.
z
The boot loader is executed, and the boot loader seeks for proper software image
files.
z
The boot loader loads the gateway software from the flash memory.
If the boot loader cannot find proper software image file from the flash memory, the
boot loader stands by in the boot mode until it receives proper software from the
remote system.
(At this time, the boot loader can download software through
TFTP or FTP protocol.)
z
When the software is loaded, the gateway starts to operate according to
configuration information.
However, if there is no configuration information, it
operates according to the default values, and in this case, the operator shall set up
related items for normal operation of the network.
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Danger
After connecting all the interfaces, supply the power to VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
Supply the power after connecting the adapter to VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
Do not
connect the adapter to the power supply before connecting it to the gateway.
Also,
use 110V adapter in case the power supply is 110V.
However, the gateway detects
both 110V and 220V, so there is no additional setting required.
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Use Console terminal with HyperTerminal
z To use a PC as a Console terminal, the communication emulator application should
be installed.
When the PC is MS-Windows line, use the HyperTerminal
Application.
z
Figure 3-7: MS-Windows Communication Emulator HyperTerminal
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z Assign a name to the connection.
“AddPac” is used at the below example.
Figure 3-8: Assign a name for the new connection
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z
Select the interface where the Console cable is connected.
Typically, the
Console cable is connected to the RS-232C 9Pin Serial Port, so select the right
port according to the user environment.
“COM1” is selected at the below
example.
Figure 3-9: Select the interface for Console cable
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Set the port information.
The below examples is based on “COM1” port.
Figure 3-10: COM1 Properties
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z After the configuration, press “Enter” button, then the below message will be
displayed on the HyperTerminal. This message shows the routing S/W version,
Gateway H/W test result, memory and etc.
System Boot Loader, Version 1.3.6/1
Copyright (c) by AddPac Technology Co., Ltd. Since 1999.
VoiceFinder Router Series (AP1100)
Serial Number: AP1100-010102
32BIT RISC Processor With 33554432 Bytes System Memory
524288 Bytes System Flash Memory
4194304 Bytes 2nd System Flash Memory
1 RS232 Serial Console Interface
1 Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 Interface
1 Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 or HomePNA Interface
RGW System software Revision 5.44Tg
Released at Sun Sep
3 10:32:11 2000
Program is 3494964 bytes, checksum is 0x103c5579
Local Time
: Thu Jan
1 03:13:57 1970
Copyright (c) by AddPac Technology Co., Ltd. Since 1999.
The system is not configured yet or backup data is invalid.
Please login to system as a "root" and make configuration.
Voice Module (0): FXO
Voice Module (1): FXS
DSP S/W download
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Voice Module (0): .... OK
Voice Module (1): .... OK
The System is ready. Please login to system.
login:
Interface ethernet0.0, changed state to UP
login: root
password:******
RGW - Login : root at Console on Thu Jan
1 03:14:59 1970
router#
z With the log-in message, input the user name “root” and the password “router”.
After the log-in process, the prompt “router#” is displayed on the console terminal.
z There are two types of prompts used for VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway:
“router>”
and “router#”. The “ > ” prompt indicates that the user is not an administrator. With
this prompt, the user is unable to use certain commands: particularly the
configuration commands. The “ # ” prompt indicates that the user is an
administrator (or root), and the user is authorized to use all the functions and
commands.
z Log-in as “Admin” allows changing settings. Therefore, it is advised to change the
default password for security purposes.
Refer to Quick Operation Guide & APOS
Operation Guide for password change and detailed configuration
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Chapter 4.
Appendix
VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway Technical Description
This Chapter explains the supported Technical Specification of VoiceFinder AP1100
VoIP Gateway.
(* means that the item is not yet implemented.)
IP Routing Service
IP Routing Protocols
Static
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v1/2
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v2 Protocol
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Routing
LAN Service
Ethernet Interface
Configuration
Management
10Mbps Ethernet Interface
Port Configuration
Secondary/Subnet Support
MTU Size Change
ARP Entry Revalidate Function
Transmit/Receive Connection Recovery Function
Voice over IP Service
VoIP Protocols
Voice Compression
Voice Processing
ITU-T H.323 Protocol with ITU-T H.235 Security Feature
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
MGCP
G.723.1 MP-MLQ, 6.3Kbps, 5.3Kbps
G.729.A CS-ACELP, 8Kbps
G.711 PCM, 64Kbps
Voice Activity Detection (VAD)
T.38 Protocol (FAX)
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)
Comfort Noise Generation (CNG)
Echo Cancellation
Network Managements
SNMP
Web
Others
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Standard SNMP Agent MIB v2
Web Based Management using HTTP Server Interface
Traffic Queuing
Frame-Relay Flow Control
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Security Functions
IP Access List
PPP User
Authentication
Others
Standard and Extended IP Access List, IP Packet Filtering
Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
Access Control and Data Protections
Enable/Disable for Specific Protocols
Multi-level User Account Management
Auto-disconnect for Telnet/Console Sessions
Operation and Managements
Console Port
Remote Management
System Performance
Analysis
APOS Management
Others
RS-232C Based Async Serial Interface Support
Console, RlogIn, Telnet
Process, CPU, and Connection Interface
APOS Configuration Back-up and Restore
Remote Upgrade Function using FTP/TFTP
Debugging and System Auditing
Data Logging and Diagnostics
System Booting, Auto-rebooting with Watch-dog Timer
IP Traffic Statistics with Accounting
Other Scalability Features
DHCP
NAT/PAT
Bridging
User Interface
Others
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server and
Relay Functions
Network Address Translation (NAT) Protocol
Port Address Translation (PAT) Protocol
IEEE Standard Spanning Tree Bridging Protocol
Remote Bridging Support
Concurrent Bridging Support
Industry Standard Command Line Interface (CLI)
Network Time Protocol (NTP) Support
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Hardware Specification
Microprocessor
Network Interface
32bit RISC Microprocessor
1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface for WAN (RJ45)
1-Port 10Mbps Ethernet Interface(RJ45) or
1-Port HomePNA Interface(RJ11) for LAN
1-Port Async Serial Interface for RS-232C Console Port
(RJ45)
Voice Interface
Memory
System LED
Power Supply
Power Requirement
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Cooling Method
Width x Height x Depth
Weight
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8 or 4-Port FXS Voice Interface (4 x RJ11)
4-Port FXO Voice Interface (4 x RJ11)
4MB Flash Memory
32MB SDRAM / Main Memory
512KB Boot Flash Memory
Power, LAN, WAN, Voice Ports (Front Panel)
DC External Power Supply (5V x 4A)
20 Watt
0°C ~ 55°C
-40°C ~ 85°C
5% ~ 95%
Internal heat resistance
50 x 210 x 210 (mm)
655g
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Cable Specification
This Appendix provides information about the Pinout specifications of the following
cables used with VoiceFinder AP1100 Gateway.
z
Console Port Signal and Pinout (RJ-45 to DB9)
z
Ethernet Cable Assemble (RJ-45 to RJ-45) Pinout
[Console Port Signal & Pinout]
In order to connect the gateway console port with the Terminal Emulating PC, the
RJ-45 to DB9 (Female DTE Connector) cable is used. The transferred signal and
Pinout specifications are enlisted in the following table.
Table 4-1: The transferred signal and Pinout specification
Gateway
Console
(DTE)
Signal
RTS
DTR
TxD
GND
GND
RxD
DSR
CTS
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RJ-45
DB-9
Console Device
(PC)
RJ-45 Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DB-9 Pin
8
6
2
5
5
3
4
7
Signal
CTS
DSR
RxD
GND
GND
TxD
DTR
RTS
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[Ethernet Cable Assemble (RJ-45 to RJ-45) Pinout]
In order to connect the gateway with other equipments (i.e. HUB), the RJ-45 to RJ-45
Ethernet Cable is used. The RJ-45 Connector Pin sequence is provided below and the
transferred signal and Pinout specifications are enlisted at the below table.
Figure 4-1: 10Base-T RJ-45 Connector
Table 4-2: Signal and Pinout of Direct Ethernet Cable
RJ-45
Signal
Direction
RJ-45 Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tx +
Tx Rx +
Rx -
→
→
←
←
-
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1. These specifications are for serial cables connecting the gateway and the HUB.
2. For gateway to gateway or gateway to PC connection, the Cross Cable must be
used.
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