virtual access GW1000 User manual

virtual access GW1000 User manual
2/4 port VoIP Gateway
User Manual
Table of Contents
0. Preface
0.1 About This Manual
0.2 Copyright Declarations
0.3 Trademarks
0.4 Safety Instructions
0.5 Warranty
1. Getting Started
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Package Contents
1.2 Understand the VoIP Gateway
1.3 Key Features
2. Installation & Setup
2.1 Hardware Installation
2.2 Setting up a Management PC
2.3 Using the Web Configurator
3. Wizard Setup
3.1 WAN type Setup
3.2 LAN port Setup
3.3 VoIP Call Setup
4. Advanced configuration
4.1 WAN Port Configuration
4.2 LAN Port and NAT Configuration
4.3 Virtual Server Application
4.4 VoIP Call Basic Configurations
4.5 VoIP Call Advanced Configuration
4.6 Port Status
5. System Administration
5.1 Save Configuration and Reboot
5.2 Access Control
5.3 Upgrade Firmware
5.4 Set To Default Configuration
5.5 Backup/Restore Configuration to File
5.6 System Information Display Function
Appendix-A FAQ List
Appendix-B Scenario Application Samples
0 Prefaces
0.1 About This Manual
This manual is designed to assist users in using VoIP Gateway. Information in this document has
been carefully checked for accuracy; however, no guarantee is given as to the correctness of the
contents. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
Should you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact [email protected] For latest
product info and features, visit our website at www.telephony.com
0.2 Copyright Declarations
Copyright 2004 Telephony Corporation. All rights reserved. This publication contains information
that is protected by copyright. No part may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language without written permission from the copyright
holders.
0.3 Trademarks
Products and Corporate names appearing in this manual may or not be registered
trademarks or copyrights of their respective companies, and are used only for
identification or explanation and to the owners’ benefit, without to infringe.
0.4 Safety Instructions
The most careful attention has been devoted to quality standards in the manufacture of the Gateway.
Safety is a major factor in the design of every set. But, safety is your responsibility too.
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Use only the required power voltage. Power Input: AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product. Opening or removing
covers may expose the Gateway to hazardous voltages. Incorrect reassembly can cause
electric shock when this product is subsequently used.
Never push objects of any kind into the equipment through housing slots since they may
touch hazardous voltage points or short out parts those could result in a risk of electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. If liquid is spilled, please refer to the
proper service personnel.
Use only Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 5 Ethernet cable to RJ-45 port of the
Gateway.
0.5 Warranty
We warrant to the original end user (purchaser) that the N/T series gateways will be free from any
defects in workmanship or materials for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase from
the dealer. Please keep your purchase receipt in a safe place as it serves as proof of date of
purchase. During the warranty period, and upon proof of purchase, should the product have
indications of failure due to faulty workmanship and/or materials, we will, at our discretion, repair
or replace the defective products or components, without charge for either parts or labor, to
whatever extent we deem necessary to re-store the product to proper operating condition. Any
replacement will consist of a new or re-manufactured functionally equivalent product of equal
value, and will be offered solely at our discretion. This warranty will not apply if the product is
modified, misused, tampered with, damaged by an act of God, or subjected to abnormal working
conditions. The warranty does not cover the bundled or licensed software of other vendors.
Defects which do not significantly affect the usability of the product will not be covered by the
warranty. We reserve the right to revise the manual and online documentation and to make
changes from time to time in the contents hereof without obligation to notify any person of such
revision or changes.
1 Getting Started
1.1 Introduction
This VoIP Gateway provides a total solution for integrating voice-data network and PSTN. By simple
installation, The VoIP Gateway includes two series of VoIP gateways.
The S-series gateway is equipped with a four port Ethernet switch and built-in nat router function.
This provides Internet access entire network for you with only one IP address. Otherwise, it provides
high voice quality and optimized packet voice streaming over managed and public (Internet) IP
networks.
Otherwise, bandwidth management function was started by Gateway Kernel automatically in order to
guarantee the quality of voice.
Model
FXO Port FXS Port LAN Port WAN Port
S400
Smart-QoS
Build in NAT
H.323
SIP
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S401
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S402
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S404
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S200
S201
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1.2 Front Panel LED Indicators & Rear Panels
1.2.1 Front Panel LED Descriptions
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State
Description
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On
GW is power ON
Off
GW is power Off
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. WAN port
On
GW network connection established
Flashing Data traffic on cable network
Off
Waiting for network connection
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. LAN port
On
LAN is connected successfully
Flashing Data is transmitting
Off
Ethernet not connected to PC
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4. Phone
Off
Telephone Set is On-Hook
Flashing Ring Indication
On
Telephone Set is Off-Hook
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5.LINE
Off
Line is not enabled
On
Line is busy
NOTE: System initialization will turn some LEDs ON for a few sec.
1.2.2 Rear Panel Descriptions
1. WAN
The WAN port supports 10/100Base-T networks. This port (built with crossover) allows your voice
gateway to be connected to an Internet Access device, e.g. router, cable modem, ADSL modem, through a
CAT.5 twisted pair Ethernet cable.
2. LAN 1 – LAN 4
The LAN port supports 4 10/100Base-T switch hub networks. These 4 ports allow your PC or Switch/Hub
to be connected to the voice gateway through a CAT.5 twisted pair Ethernet cable.
3. Reset
The reset button, when pressed, resets the cable voice gateway without the need to unplug the power cord.
4. Power
The supplied power adapter connects here. The supplied power adapter converts
110V or 220V AC to DC as required for this device.
5. FXS
These ports connect to your telephone sets or Trunk Line of PBX.
6. FXO
FXO port is connected to the extension port of a PBX or directly connected to a PSTN line.
1.3 Unpacking Your S400 or S200 Series Gateway
Your Gateway package should contain the items listed below. If any item is missing or damaged,
contact your dealer or VoIP Customer Service Department immediately.
• One User manual with warranty/registration card
• One CD-ROM; includes User Manual in electronic form, latest released firmware, and training
material document.
• One AC/AC power adapter (black), AC100-230V, input DC 12/1.5A for Gateway used in US and
Taiwan
1.4 Factory Default Setting
Your N or T Series Gateway package should contain the items listed below. If any item is missing
or damaged, contact your dealer or VoIP Customer Service Department immediately.
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WAN Port IP address : 192.168.1.1
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LAN Port IP address : 10.10.10.1
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LAN DHCP Server enable IP range 10.10.10.51 ~ 10.10.10.100
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VoIP Number port 1 : 100, port 2 :200, port 3 :300, port 4 : 400
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VoIP default setting was H.323 signal protocol, Direct Mode, Fast-Start and G.723 codec.
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Default volume of line and telephone interface was -3 db.
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Default login authentication username : admin, password : admin
1.5 Key Features
The T and N Series Gateways provide many built-in server and software features to provide a
convenient comprehensive solution for your SOHO VoIP network.
VoIP Call :
1. Support G.711/G.723.1/G.729A voice codec.
2. Standard VoIP protocols: H.323, H.225, Q.931, H.245, RTP/RTCP and SIP.
3. Voice: DTMF detection and generation, G.168 compliant echo canceller, silence detection, FAX
(T.38/T.30)Mode Option.
4. Telephony Supplemental services: Inner Conference Call, Speed Dial, Redial, Call Back, Distinct
Ring.
5. Call Passthrough NAT: This feature allows GW to operate behind NAT-enabled devices and user
does not need modify any configuration of NAT device. But it needs DGK to assist in GW.
Network
1. Network Address Translation (NAT): NAT allows multiple PC to connect to an Internet
Service Provider (ISP) using a single Internet access account.
2. Firmware Upgrade (FTP Client): Using this FTP client to Upgrade software, you may easily
upgrade to the latest firmware whenever enhanced features are added.
3. Web (HTTP) Server: A Web browser is the most common tool used to surf the Internet. You
may use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or Netscape’s browser etc, to configure the GW1000
series routers as easily as surfing a website.
4. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Client on WAN Port: In most cable modem
environments, the Gateway supports a DHCP client on the WAN port. They can automatically get
IP network settings from a cable head-end access server.
5. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server:This Gateway provide an
easy-to-configure function for your local IP network. It can automatically assign IP network
configurations for local PCs, such as IP address, IP netmask, gateway IP address, and Domain
Name server etc.
6. Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Client Support: If you are a DSL user, the
router has a built-in PPPoE client for establishing a DSL link connection with the ISP. There is no
need to install a further PPPoE driver on your computers.
7. Smart QoS : The smart QoS provide stable voice quality while user access internet from private LAN
to internet at the same time. This device would start suppressing throughput automatically when VoIP call
proceed and keep full speed access when there is no VoIP traffic.
2 Installation & Setup
2.1 Hardware Installation
2.1.1 Connecting the Power Adapter
Connect the power adapter to the power outlet on the wall and to the PWR power jack on the rear
panel of the router.
2.1.2 Connecting to the Private LAN Ethernet
A. Connecting to a PC:
1. Attach the Ethernet cable (blue color cable) to the LAN 1 port or to any LAN1 ~ LAN4 port.
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your PC’s installed network interface card
(NIC).
3. The LED indicators at both the Ethernet port and the NIC should be ON.
B. Connecting to an External Ethernet Hub or Switch:
1. Attach the Ethernet cable (blue color cable) to the LAN 1 port or to any LAN1 ~ LAN4 port.
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the external Ethernet hub or switch.
3. The LED indicators on both the LAN port and the external Switch.
The hardware installation is now complete. The following sections will guide you through setting
up your management PC and connecting to the Web Configurator.
Note:
The Web Configurator is a management utility that handles all configurations and provides
web-based management.
2. Attach the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port of the DSL/Cable modem.
3. Plug the other end of the cable into the WAN port.
2.2 Setting up a Management PC
The gateway has a built-in HTTP (Web) server for configuration. Before you use the gateway to
access the Internet, you should set up a management PC to log into the router for further
configuration. The management PC may be configured with a fixed or dynamically assigned IP
address. For a fixed IP address, use an IP address from a 192.168.1.0/24 network, such as
192.168.1.10.
For a dynamic IP address, you need to set the PC as a DHCP client, and then restart or renew
the network settings. The DHCP server of router is enabled by default so the PC will then be
assigned an IP address and related settings by the router. The following examples are for a
MicrosoftTM Windows 2000/XP machine set to use a dynamic IP address.
2.2.1 Checking the Network IP Configuration
The following explains how to setup the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
in Windows 2000/XP. For more detailed information on TCP/IP setup, refer to the Windows
2000/XP help files. For other operating systems refer to the user manuals.
1. On the desktop, Please enter start -> control panel -> network setting.” Click Properties.
The Network screen will open.
Your particular system will be different from the screen shown here.
Check that you have an Ethernet network card installed. If not, refer to the card manufacturer’s
documentation and install the card and drivers.
If your card is installed,
1. Click the Add button. The Select Network Component Type dialog box will open. The box will
show four options: Client, Adapter, Protocol, and Service.
2. Select Protocol and click the Add button. The Select Network Protocol dialog box will open.
3. Select Microsoft in the left scrolling window then selects TCP/IP in the right, and click OK.”.
You will be returned to the Network dialog box.
2.2.2 Configuring the TCP/IP Protocol
1. On the Network dialog box Configuration card, select TCP/IP and then click Properties.” The
TCP/IP Properties dialog box will open.
2. On the IP Address tab, click Obtain an IP address automatically. As the DHCP (Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol) server built into the router is enabled by default, your computer will
get an IP address, subnet mask, and other related IP network settings from the router.
3. On the DNS Configuration tab, click Disable DNS”.
4. Click the Gateway tab.
5. Make the New gateway and Installed gateways fields blank and click OK. A dialog box will
pop up asking you to restart the PC. Click Yes”.
2.2.3 Checking TCP/IP settings
1. After completing the previous steps, click Start -> Run -> and type ipconfig /all. The IP
Configuration window will open. If the PC does not show an IP address in the 10.10.10.51 to
10.10.10.100 range, click the ipconfig /release button to release the current configuration. Wait a
few seconds and click “ipconfig /renew” to get a new IP configuration from the router.
2. If the IP configuration is correct, you will be able to use the PING diagnostic utility built into
Microsoft Windows to ping the router. Click Start -> Programs -> MS-DOS Prompt. A command
mode window will open. Type “ping 10.10.10.1” (default IP of the router) to check the network
connectivity. If both hardware and software are correct, your computer will receive
A response from the router as shown on the next page. If not, verify that the Ethernet cable is
connected to the router properly and the Ethernet port LED on the front panel is lit.
2.3 Using the Web Configurator
2.3.1 Connecting to the Web Configurator via a Web Browser
1. Launch the Web browser. Enter http://10.10.10.1 into the browser Address window and press
the Enter key.
2. An authentication dialog box will open.
3. If this is a first time setup of the router, type “admin” as the User Name and the Password field
as “admin”. Click OK.
4. The Web Configurator Setup Main Menu will open. On the main page “Setup Wizard”,
“Advanced Setup” and “System Information” were displayed.
2.3.2 Overview of the System Configuration
The Setup Main Menu (see above figure) consists of three parts:
Setup Wizard
Advanced Configuration
System Administration
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The following outlines each configuration menu.
Setup Wizard:
1. WAN Type Setup: Sets/changes the WAN port Type like “Fixed IP”, “DHCP Client”
or ”PPPoE”.Usually the router functions as a border router for SOHO or home networking so you
must enter your settings here to enable access to the Internet.
2. LAN Port IP Address: Modifies the IP address of the gateway.
3. VoIP Call Setup: VoIP users need to set phone/line port numbers. If user selects “H.323”,
please set Gatekeeper IP address or Direct Call Plan. The other way, user select “SIP”, please
set SIP Proxy Server IP address or Direct Call Plan.
Advanced Configuration:
The following settings are for advanced configurations.
Network Setup:
1. WAN Type Setup: Sets/changes the WAN port Type like “Fixed IP”, “DHCP Client”
or ”PPPoE”.Usually the router functions as a border router for SOHO or home networking so you
must enter settings here to enable access to the Internet.
2. LAN Port IP Address: Modifies the IP address of the gateway and setting DHCP Server.
VoIP Setup
1. VoIP Basic Set
The N/T 4000 Series Gateway support 4 phone/line port (3 FXS + 1 FXO, 2 FXS + 2 FXO, 1 FXS
+ 3 FXO) and N/T 2000 supports 2 phone/line port (1 FXS + !FXO ) for H.323 or SIP VoIP call
applications. You can manage these ports from this menu.
2. Dial Plan Setup
Users could apply any dial policy by setting Dial Plan including outgoing dial plan and incoming
dial plan.
3. Advanced Setting
The VoIP Gateway support for silence compression, DTMF Relay, Codec Selection, FAX mode
Option, H323 Register Type and H.323 Fast-Start/Normal-Start function in this item.
4. Auto Dial Setting
Enable user to set up “hotline” to dial the phone number.
5. Port Status
Display the telephone interface status
System Administration:
1. Save Configuration and Reboot System.
You can save configuration and restart the gateway with the default configuration or with
the current running configuration.
2. Access Control:
Users can Sets/changes the administrator password.
3. Set to Default:
You can restart the gateway with the default configuration.
4. Backup/Restore Configuration File:
User can backup the configuration file to PC (MS-OS) or Restore the configuration file from PC
(MS-OS).
5. System Information:
GW gateway display system information like MAC Address, VoIP Status and WAN port Type
Status.
3 Wizard Setup for Quick Start
Wizard Setup
After finishing the authentication, the Main menu will display 3 parts of
configuration, please click “Wizard Setup” to enter quick start:
3.1 WAN Port Type Setup (Setup First)
For most users, Internet access is the primary application. The N/T Series Gateway
support the WAN interface for Internet access and remote access. The following
sections will explain more details of WAN Port Internet access and broadband access
setup. When you click “WAN Port Type Setup” from within the Wizard Setup, the
following setup page will be shown.
Three methods are available for Internet Access.
Fixed IP User:
If you are a leased line user with a fixed IP address, fill out the
following items with the information provided by your ISP.
IP Address: check with your ISP provider
Netmask: check with your ISP provider
Default Gateway: check with your ISP provider
ADSL Dial-up User (PPPoE Enable)
Some ISPs provide DSL-based service and use PPPoE to establish
communication link with end-users. If you are connected to the Internet
through a DSL line, check with your ISP to see if they use PPPoE. If they do,
you need to select this item.
User Name: Enter User Name provided by your ISP
Password: Enter Password provided by your ISP.
Retype Password: Enter Password to confirm again.
DHCP Client (Dynamic IP): (Get WAN IP Address automatically)
IP Address: If you are connected to the Internet through a Cable
modem line then a dynamic IP address will be assigned.
3.2 Configuring NAT or Bridge setting:
Bridge Mode:
Select S series Gateway as bridge.
NAT mode:
LAN IP Network Configuration
IP Address: Private IP address for connecting to a local private network (Default:
192.168.0.254).
Subnet Mask: Netmask for the local private network (Default: 255.255.255.0/24).
3.3 VoIP Call Protocol Setup
Step1 : configure VoIP Call Signal Protocols :
User could select H.323 or SIP Protocol, and click “select”
Step2 : configure the numbering with phone/line ports.
Phone Number:
The representation number is the phone number of the telephone that is connected to Phone port.
Line Number:
Line ports are connected to the extension ports of the PBX system or the PSTN line. They have a
common Line Hunting Group Number. When this number is dialed, the Gateway system will find a
free FXO line connected to PBX. This hunting will skip all busy lines and absent lines and find only
the idle line to the PBX. After the available line is found, you can hear the dial tone from PBX. After
that, you can dial the needed phone number out through PBX.
Step3: Let GW Register to Gatekeeper/SIP Proxy Server (If user does not have Gatekeeper/SIP
Proxy Server, Please go to Step 4: Outgoing Dialing Plan)
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Gatekeeper IP address: There is a gatekeeper address fields. If this gateway does not want to
register to any gatekeeper, just set value 0 to the primary gatekeeper address.
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SIP Proxy Server IP addresses: There is a SIP Proxy Server address fields. If this gateway does not
want to register to any SIP Proxy Server, just set value 0 to the primary gatekeeper address.
Step 4: Outgoing Dialing Plan
The purpose of “Outgoing Direct Call” setting is to let user create a proprietary dialing plan when this
Gateway is not registered to any H.323 Gatekeeper or any SIP Proxy Server. This setting can also assign
some dialing plan to local ports (including prefix strip, prefix addition).
Through this setting, user can directly map a number to a specific gateway (IP address).
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“Leading Number” is the leading digits of the dialing number.
“Min Length” and “Max Length” is the min/max allowed length you can dial.
“Strip Length” is the number of digits that will be stripped from beginning of the dialed
number.
“Prefix Number” is the digits that will be added to the beginning of the dialed number.
“Destination” is the IP address of the destination Gateway that owns this phone number.
Step 5: Finishing the Wizard Setup
After completing the Wizard Setup, please click “Finish” bottom. The VoIP Gateway will save the
configuration and rebooting Gateway automatically. After 20 Seconds, you could re-login the Gateway.
4 Advanced Setup
In Advanced Setup, GW provides user two major parts function to configure:
One is “Network Setup”, the other one is “VoIP Call Setup”
4.1 Network Configuration:
4.1.1 WAN Port Type Setup
For most users, Internet access is the primary application. The S400/S200 Series
Gateway support the WAN interface for Internet access and remote access. The
following sections will explain more details of WAN Port Internet access and broadband
access setup. When you click “WAN Setting”, the following setup page will be shown.
Three methods are available for Internet Access.
Static IP:
You are a leased line user with a fixed IP address; fill out the following
items with the information provided by your ISP.
IP Address: check with your ISP provider
Netmask: check with your ISP provider
Default Gateway: check with your ISP provider
PPPoE for ADSL
Some ISPs provide DSL-based service and use PPPoE to establish
communication link with end-users. If you are connected to the Internet
through a DSL line, check with your ISP to see if they use PPPoE. If they do,
you need to select this item.
User Name: Enter User Name provided by your ISP
Password: Enter Password provided by your ISP.
Retype Password: Enter Password to confirm again.
DHCP Client (Dynamic IP): (Get WAN IP Address automatically)
IP Address: If you are connected to the Internet through a Cable
modem line then a dynamic IP address will be assigned.
(Note : WAN port display the IP address, submask and default gateway IP address if DHCP
client is successful)
4.1.2 Configuring LAN IP Address and DHCP Server
There are two kinds of network feature to configure: Bridge Mode and NAT Mode
Bridge Mode:
Select this Gateway as Bridge.
NAT Mode:
Each of the VoIP Gateway has two Ethernet interfaces, one is for connecting to local network
users, and the other is for connecting to an external broadband device (i.e. DSL modem/router or
Cable modem). The LAN port is connected to the local Ethernet network. WAN is connected to
the external broadband device. The LAN IP address/netmask is for private users or NAT users,
and the WAN IP address/netmask is for public users.
LAN IP Network Configuration
IP Address: Private IP address for connecting to a local private network (Default: 10.10.10.1).
Subnet Mask: Netmask for the local private network (Default: 255.255.255.0/24).
DHCP Server Configuration
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It can automatically dispatch related IP
settings to any local user configured as a DHCP client. The DHCP server supports up to 253
users (PCs) on Yes: Enables the DHCP server. No: Disables the DHCP server.
Start IP Address: Sets the start IP address of the IP address pool.
End IP Address: Sets the end of IP address in the IP address pool.
DNS Server IP Address: (Default: None).
DNS stands for Domain Name System. Every Internet host
must have a unique IP address, also they may have a human
friendly, easy to remember name such as www.yahoo.com. The DNS server converts the human
friendly name into it’s equivalent IP address.
Primary IP Address: Sets the IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary IP Address: Sets the IP address of the secondary DNS server.
4.3 Virtual Server Setup
“Natural firewall” allows requests for Internet access from the local network. However, any request from
the Internet to the local network is blocked. By setting the Virtual Server function, computers outside the
Intranet are allowed to access specific ports of local client. The Virtual Server Port Table may be used
to expose internal servers to the public domain or open a specific port number to internal hosts.
Internet hosts can use the WAN IP address to access internal network services, such as FTP,
WWW, Telnet etc.
How to set a Virtual Server
The following example shows how an internal FTP server is exposed to the public domain. The
internal FTP server is running on the local host addressed as 10.10.10.5.
Public Port: Specifies which port should be redirected to the internal host.
Private IP: Specifies the private IP address of the internal host offering the service.
Private Port: Specifies the private port number of the service offered by the internal host.
Apply: Click here to add the port-mapping entry and enable the service.
4.4 VoIP Basic Configuration
At VoIP Basic Configuration Items,
4.4.1 Configure the VoIP protocol. H.323 and SIP Protocol Support
H.323 Protocol:
VoIP gateway support the H.323 v2/v3/v4 call signal protocol.
SIP Protocol:
VoIP gateway support the SIP call signal protocol (RFC 2543/3261 compliant).
4.4.2 Configure the numbering with phone/line ports.
Phone Number:
The representation number is the phone number of the telephone that is connected to Phone port.
Line Number:
Line ports are connected to the extension ports of the PBX system or the PSTN line. They have a
common Line Hunting Group Number. When this number is dialed, the Gateway system will find a
free FXO line connected to PBX. This hunting will skip all busy lines and absent lines and find only
the idle line to the PBX. After the available line is found, you can hear the dial tone from PBX. After
that, you can dial the needed phone number out through PBX.
4.4.3 Configure the CID number of the phone/line ports.
CID Number:
The CID number is the phone caller ID number.
4.4.4 Let GW Register to H.323 Gatekeeper (If user does not have Gatekeeper, Please go to 4.2.3:
Dialing Plan)
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Select “H.323 Protocol”
The “H323-ID” is the H323-ID of this gateway when registering to the gatekeeper
The “Gatekeeper-ID” is the gatekeeper’s ID; usually do not need to set this field unless the
gatekeeper must need this value.
Gatekeeper backup: There are two gatekeeper address fields, one is primary, the other secondary. If
this gateway does not want to register to any gatekeeper, just set value 0 to the primary gatekeeper
address. If the primary gatekeeper address is not 0, the gateway will register to the primary
gatekeeper. If the second gatekeeper is not 0, the gateway will try to register to the second gatekeeper
when failed to register to primary gatekeeper, i.e. if both the primary gatekeeper and second
gatekeeper addresses are present, the gateway will try to register to these two gatekeepers
respectively. The gateway can have the gatekeeper backup function by this way.
Voice Caps Prefix: Let user set prefix number in RRQ nonstandard voicecap entry.
Adjustable RAS and Q.931 port setting: In H.323 standard the RAS default port number is 1719
and Q.931 is 1720. The VoIP gateway provides user to change Q.931 port number and RAS port
number to meet the network environment..
Register Status:
4.4.3 Let GW Register to SIP Proxy Server (If user does not have Gatekeeper, Please go to 4.2.4:
Dialing Plan)
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Select “SIP Protocol”
SIP Proxy Server IP Address /sip port: Please fill out the IP address of the SIP proxy Server which
Gateway need to register to and the sip port (The standard SIP socket port is 5060)
Register interval: This is the register period that gateway need to send a register request to SIP
Proxy Server.
SIP Authentication: This is the register period that gateway need to send a register request to SIP
Proxy Server.
4.4.4 Dialing Plan
Overview of the Dialing Plan
The “Dialing plan” need setting when the user use the method of pear-to-pear VoIP call. The
VoIP call has two kinds of directions: Outbound (call out) and Inbound (call in).
Note: All dialing plans were still effective when the gateway registered Gatekeeper (GK
mode).
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In the “Outgoing Dial Plan Configurations” settings:
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“Outbound number” is the leading digits of the call out dialing number.
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“Length of Number” has two text fields need filled: “Min Length” and “Max Length” is the
min/max allowed length you can dial.
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“Delete Length” is the number of digits that will be stripped from beginning of the dialed
number.
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“Add Digit Number” is the digits that will be added to the beginning of the dialed number.
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“Destination IP Address” is the IP address of the destination Gateway that owns this phone
number.
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In the “Incoming Dial Plan Configurations” settings:
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“Inbound number” is the leading digits of the dialing number.
“Length of Number“ has two text fields need filled: “Min Length” and “Max Length” is the
min/max allowed length you can dial.
“Delete Length” is the nuber of digits that will be stripped from beginning of the dialed
number.
“Add Digit Number” is the digits that will be added to the beginning of the dialed number.
“Destination Tele port” is “Tel-port”; this is for local dial plan setting phone number.
4.5 VoIP Advanced Configuration
Smart-QoS (N Series VoIP Gateway Only):
If this function is enabled, when VoIP call is occurred, the other data will be automatically reduced
traffic which across the internet in order to guarantee the voice bandwidth.
Silence Compression:
If this function is enabled, when silence is occurred for a period of time, no data will be sent across the
network during this period in order to save bandwidth.
DTMF Relay:
After the VoIP call is connected, when you dial a digit, this digit is sent to the other side by DTMF
tone. There are two methods of sending the DTMF tone. The first is “in band”, that is, sending the
DTMF tone in the voice packet. The other is “out band”, that is, sending the DTMF tone as a signal.
Sending DTMF tone as a signal could tolerate more packet loss caused by the network. If this
selection is enabled, the DTMF tone will be sent as a signal.
Codec option:
The Codec is used to compress the voice signal into data packets. Each Codec has different bandwidth
requirement. There are four kinds of Codecs, G.723, G.729, G.711_u and G.711_A. The default value
is G.723.
H.323 Start Mode:
This selection could force the Gateway to use normal start mode (default mode) or fast start mode
when establishing a VoIP call. Many other gateways only support normal start mode, enable this
selection when it is necessary. The default is disabled (using fast start mode).
FAX Mode Option
T.30/T.38 real-time FAX compliant Voice/FAX auto-switch.
The T.38 is a “Real Time Group 3 Fax Communication over IP network” format. That’s meaning it’s
a protocol for Fax over IP. You have to enable this function
H.323 Registration type:
There are 2 choices for this setting. “Gateway” means it will act as the VoIP gateway. “Terminal”
means it will act as the IP phone terminal.
Pass NAT:
If this function is enabled and gateway was implanted under NAT device, the H.323 VoIP call also
can routed to internet without changing the NAT device configuration. (Note: Need collaborate with
DGK).
Pass NAT ID :
If PassNAT was enabled , you need to assign an ID number (1 ~ 10 ) to the Gateway under the
same NAT/firewall device. For example, there are three Gateways under NAT/firewall devices, you
should assign an ID for each of the three Gateways and the three ID numbers are different each
other.(Note: Need collaborate with DGK).
H.323 call auto answer mode:
When a VoIP call is incoming, the Gateway will ring a specific phone set. The H.323 call signaling part
could be connected or alerting during this ringing period. If this selection is enabled, the H.323 signaling
part is connected during the ringing period. The benefit of this situation is that the remote side could
hear the status of the specific port. That is, the remote side will hear ring back tone if the Gateway is
really ringing the phone set. If the phone set is busy, the remote side will hear busy tone. The
disadvantage of this situation is that the H.323 connected time is not the real voice call connected time.
So, if billing is recorded for this Gateway, this function should be disabled.
4.6 Port Status
Port Status Display : This selection will display concurrent call status of this Gateway. The status
information of each voice channel includes codec, dialing number and destination IP address. The status is
refreshed every 3 seconds.
5 System Administrations
5.1 Save Configuration and Reboot
Click “Save Configuration and Reboot” to save configuration and begin to restart.
5.2 Access Control
Changing the Administrator Password
For security reasons, we strongly recommend that you set an administrator
password for the router. On first setup the router requires no
password. If you don’t set a password the router is open and can be
logged into and settings changed by any user from the local network
or the Internet.
Click Access Control Setup, the following screen will open.
5.3 Set To Default Configuration
If you want to reboot the router using factory default configuration, click “Apply” then reset the
router’ s settings to default values.
5.4 Backup/Restore Configuration to a File
User can Backup the Configuration to a File at Microsoft Operation System. And also restore the
configuration file to the GW from PC.
5.6 System Information Display Function
Click System Information Display to open the Online Status page. In the example,
on the following page, both PPPoE connection is up on the WAN interface, H323 Status, MAC
address, Register Status..,etc.
5.7 SNTP Setting Function
Click SNTP Setting to open the Online Status page. In the example,
on the following page,
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Use SNTP Setting—When checked, Gateway uses a Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) to set the date
and time . The Gateway synchronizes the Gateway’s time after you select the time zone. Use SNTP Setting,
Select the time zone which Gateway was at.
Appendix-A FAQ List
1. What is the default administrator password to login to the gateway?
A: By default, your default username is “admin”, default password is “admin” to login to the router.
For
security, you should modify the password to protect your gateway against hacker attacks.
2. I forgot the administrator password. What should I do?
A: Press the Reset button on the rear panel for over 5 seconds to reset all settings to default
values.
3. What is the default IP address of the router?
A: The default WAN IP address is 192.168.1.1 with subnet mask 255.255.255.0.
The default LAN IP address is 10.10.10..1 with subnet mask 255.255.255.0.
4. Why is it that I can ping to outside hosts, but not access Internet
Web sites?
A: Check the DNS server settings on your PC. You should get the DNS servers settings from
your ISP. If your PC is running a DHCP client, remove any DNS IP address setting. As the router
will assign the DNS settings to the DHCP-client-enabled PC.
5. What is the maximum number of IP addresses that the DHCP server of the gateway can
assign to local PCs?
A: The built-in DHCP server can support 253 IP addresses for local
network usage.
6. What is the maximum number of IP addresses that the DHCP server of the gateway can
assign to local PCs?
A: The built-in DHCP server can support 253 IP addresses for local
network usage.
Appendix-B Scenario Application Samples
Scenario 1:
H.323 VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode Gateway 1 <----------> Gateway 2
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit:3~3 |Des: GW1 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit:3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
WAN
Gateway#2
Gateway#1
801
901
801
901
Scenario 2 :
H.323 VoIP Call: Peer-To-Peer Mode Gateway 1 (with PBX) <----> Gateway 2
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Call PBX Extension
Method 1: Two-Stage-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit:3~3 |Des : GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit:3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit:3~3 | Des: GW2 IP address
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
801
901
801
Extension 601
609, 601
Scenario 3 : H.323 VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 1 (with PBX/PSTN)<----> Gateway 2
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 1: Two-Stages-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit:3~3 | Des: GW2 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit:3~3 | Des :GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit:3~3 | Des :GW1 IP address
X: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-23221344
801
PSTN
Extension 601
609, 0, 23221344
Scenario 4 : H.323 VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 1 (with PBX/PSTN) <----> Gateway 2
Call Method: One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 2: One-Shot-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3 |Des:GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |Prefix: 0,,, | fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit:3~3 | Des : GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit:3~3 | Des : GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-23221344
801
PSTN
Extension 601
02-23221344
Scenario 5: H.323 VoIP Call: Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number)
Call Method: One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
Method: One-Shot-Dialing
: Remote Call PSTN number
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
FXO
901
801
02-23221344
801
PSTN
02-23221344
Scenario 6 : H.323 VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (PSTN Call PSTN number)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
Method: One-Shot-Dialing
: PSTN Call PSTN number
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 04x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW2 IP address
No: 04x | Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
04-4322000
02-2322100
FXO
FXO
801
901
02-23221344
04-43221344
PSTN
PSTN
43220000, 02-23221344
04-43221344
Scenario 7: H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1
H.323 Call (GK Mode)
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901
DGK
WAN
Gateway#
Gateway#
801
901
901
Scenario 8 : H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Call PBX extension number)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
801
H.323 Call (GK Mode) with PBX: Call PBX Extension
Method 1: Two-Stage-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609
DGK
x: wild card
Des:
Gateway#
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
801
901
80
Extension 601
609, 601
Scenario 9 : H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number with PBX)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
H.323 Call (GK Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 1: Two-Stages-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609
DG
Gateway#
WAN
Gateway#
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-2322134
801
PSTN
Extension 601
609, 0, 23221344
Scenario 10 : H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number with PBX)
Call Method: One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (GK Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 2: One-Shot-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609,02x
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |Prefix: 0, | fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
DG
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-2322134
801
PSTN
Extension 601
02-23221344
Scenario 11 : H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (GK Mode) : Remote Call PSTN number
Method: One-Shot-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609,02x
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
DGK
Gateway#
WAN
Gateway#
FXO
801
901
02-2322134
801
PSTN
02-23221344
Scenario 12 : H.323 VoIP Call : Register to Gatekeeper
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (PSTN Call PSTN number)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
H.323 Call (GK Mode) : PSTN Call PSTN number
Method: One-Shot-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609,02x, 04 xs
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 04x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
DGK
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
04-2322000
02-2322100
FXO
FXO
801
901
02-23221344
23221009, 04-23221344
PSTN
PSTN
23220000, 02-23221344
04-23221344
Scenario 13 :SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW1 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW1 IP address
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
WAN
Gateway#2
Gateway#1
801
901
801
901
Scenario 14 : SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (call PBX extension number)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Call PBX Extension
Method 1: Two-Stage-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3 |Des GW2 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 |Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 |Des: GW1 IP address
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
801
901
801
Extension 601
609, 601
Scenario 15 : SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number with PBX)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 1: Two-Stages-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW2 IP address
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW1 IP address
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-23221344
801
PSTN
Extension 601
609, 0, 23221344
Scenario 16 : SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number with PBX)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method 2: One-Shot-Dialing
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |Prefix: 0,,, | fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-23221344
801
PSTN
Extension 601
02-23221344
Scenario 17 : SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
Method: One-Shot-Dialing
: Remote Call PSTN number
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
FXO
801
901
02-23221344
801
PSTN
02-23221344
Scenario 18 : SIP VoIP Call : Peer-To-Peer Mode
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (PSTN Call PSTN number)
Call Method : One-Shot-Dialing
SIP Call (Peer-To-Peer Mode)
number
: PSTN Call PSTN
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 9x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 6x | Digit: 3~3 | Des: GW1 IP address
No: 02x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW 1 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 04x | Digit: 3~10 |Strip:2 |fxo port
Outgoing Dial plan
No: 8x | Digit: 3~3, Des | GW2 IP address
No: 04x| Digit: 3~10 | Des: GW2 IP address
Incoming Dial Plan
No: 02x | Digit:3~10 |Strip :2 |fxo port
x: wild card
Des: Destination IP
Digit: Digit Length min~ max
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
04-2322000
02-2322100
FXO
FXO
801
901
02-23221344
04-23221344
PSTN
PSTN
23220000, 02-23221344
04-23221344
Scenario 19 : SIP VoIP Call : Register to SIP Proxy Server
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1
SIP Call (Register to SIP Proxy Server Mode)
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901
SIP Proxy Server
WAN
Gateway#2
Gateway#1
801
901
901
Scenario 20 : SIP VoIP Call : Register to SIP Proxy Server
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Call PBX Extension number)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
801
SIP Call (SIP Proxy Server Mode) with PBX: Call PBX Extension
Method 1: Two-Stage-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609
SIP Proxy Server
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
801
901
80
Extension 601
609, 601
Scenario 21 : SIP VoIP Call : Register to SIP Proxy Server
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number with PBX)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
SIP Call (SIP Proxy Server Mode) with PBX: Remote Call PSTN number
Method: Two-Stages-Dialing
Register Number List
GW1: 801
GW2: 901,609
SIP Proxy Server
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
Extension 609
Trunk-Line
801
901
02-2322134
801
PSTN
Extension
609, 0, 23221344
Scenario 22 : SIP VoIP Call : Register to SIP Proxy Server
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (Remote Call PSTN number)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
SIP Call (SIP Proxy Server Mode)
Method: Two-Stages-Dialing
: Remote Call PSTN number
Register Number List
GW1 : 801
GW2 : 901,904
SIP Proxy Server
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
904
FXO
801
901
02-2322134
801
PSTN
904, 23221344
Scenario 23 : SIP VoIP Call : Register to SIP Proxy Server
Gateway 2 <----> Gateway 1 (PSTN Call PSTN number)
Call Method : Two-Stages-Dialing
SIP Call (SIP Proxy Server Mode)
Method: Two-Stages-Dialing
: PSTN Call PSTN number
Register Number List
GW1: 801,804
GW2: 901,904
SIP Proxy Server
Gateway#1
WAN
Gateway#2
804
904
FXO
FX
04-43220000
02-23221009
801
901
02-2322134
23221009, 804,
PSTN
PSTN
43220000,904, 23221344
04-43221344
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