Installation Instructions for Elite ITH-4D/8D/16D

Installation Instructions for Elite ITH-4D/8D/16D
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Installation Instructions for
Elite ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminals and the
IP-R(IPK) Adapters
Control No. 750319-0 (Document Revision 5)
General Information
The Elite IPK ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 provides connection to an IAD(8)-U( ) ETU with Megaco Station
Package on the Electra Elite IPK or a PVA with MG 16 package on the Electra Elite IPK II.
When you already have an Elite IPK (DTH) Terminal, inserting the IP-R(IPK) Adapter into the plug-in
connector on the bottom of the Elite IPK Terminal transforms the telephone into an IP station. The user
can connect a PC to the LAN through an RJ-45 Ethernet jack on the IP-R(IPK) Adapter to act as a hub.
Any Elite IPK IP-enabled terminal in conjunction with the IAD(8)-U() ETU (Megaco Station Package) or
PVA with MG 16, enables IP Telephony stations for the Electra Elite IPK or IPK II systems. The IP
stations can be used to provide connectivity with the Corporate Elite over the LAN (Ethernet) or via high
speed Ethernet connection.
IP-R(IPK) Adapter Specifications
Table 1 lists the specifications for the IP-R(IPK) Adapter.
Table 1 IP-R(IPK) Adapter Specifications
Feature
Specification
Interface
10/100 Base-T (IEEE 802.3), RJ-45
Protocol
Voice (UDP, RTP, and RTCP)
Signal (TCP, H.225 and H.245)
Jitter Buffer
Max 90 ms
QOS
Network Managed switches supporting Type of Service (TOS) field and
VLAN support
Local Power
27 V 750 mA via AC Adapter Base
Applications
TFTP (Client), DHCP Client, Megaco (H.248)
Standards
UL1459, FCC Part 68
Voice Specifications
G.711 (PCM Mu-law/A-law) G.729
Mountable Dterm
Dterm 8D, 16D, 32D-type telephone 4D
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Applying Power to the ITH-/8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminals
Figure 1 shows the connections on the Dterm IPK Terminals.
Connector for LAN
Connection (Straight)
Connector for PC
Connection (Straight)
Figure 1 Rear View of Dterm IPK Terminal
Applying Power to the ITH-8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminals
Two methods can be used to provide power the to ITH-8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminals:
1.
AC-( )R Unit (AC Adapter)
Plug the optional AC-( )R Unit input jack into the ITH-8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminal base as
shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 Applying Power to the ITH-8D/16D-2/3 Dterm IPK Terminal using an AC-( )R Unit
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Power over the Ethernet (POE)
Power over the Ethernet (POE), sometimes called In-Line Power, is a LAN technology that allows
standard 10/100 Base-T data cables to pass electrical current from a power source to a requestingend device. Figure 3 shows the SW2 switch.
Figure 3 ITH Switch Settings for Power Assignment
The IP-R(IPK) Adapter has a switch setting (SW2) that is used to select between two POE
methods.
To set the switches for the different power supply methods, refer to Table 2 Setting Switches for
Power Configurations.
Table 2 Setting Switches for Power Configurations
Switch
(SW2)
Settings
1
ITH-8/16D-2
IP-R
ITH
8D/16D-3
NEC POE Equipment
2
(Default)
CICSO Equipment (CDP)
1
(Default)
AF
2
Power Method
Cisco
Equipment Used
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NEC Power Patch Panel
SN1604 PRWMS (Stock No. 59022)
NEC BF200/24 POE Switching Hub
Cisco Catalyst PRW Series
Cisco Powered Patch Panel
IEEE 802.3 af compliant switch
Cisco Catalyst PRW Series
Cisco Powered Patch Panel
When using a AC-( )R to power an IP terminal, always use position 1 on SW2.
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Electra Elite IPK and IPK II
Power Sources for ITH-4D-3 Terminal
Refer to Figure 4. Two power sources are available:
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Using an AC-( )R Unit (AC Adapter)
Using IEE802.3af compatible power over an Ethernet Switching HUB
AC Adapter
Ethernet
Figure 4 ITH-4D-3 Terminal Power Sources
Installing the IP-R(IPK) Adapter on the Elite IPK Terminal
The IP-R(IPK) Adapter can be installed on the Elite IPK Terminal (DTH-8D/16D/32D-1/2). The
procedures in this section show how to install the adapter.
1.
Prepare the Elite IPK Terminal for adapter installation
by unplugging the telephone cord from the terminal.
Then turn the terminal upside down and locate the
tabs.
Raise the tilt leg by pressing the areas indicated on the
diagram.
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2.
Grasp the middle of the hollow spaces at the top and
pull up until the retaining tabs click to raise the Base
Plate.
3.
Press down on the tabs indicated in the illustration
and push forward on the base plate to remove it.
4.
When an adapter is installed for the first
time in a terminal, the base cover on the
Multiline Terminal must be modified. Two
adapters can be installed in the Multiline
Terminal, and two separate cutouts are
provided. Remove the applicable cutout/
cutouts on the bottom of the base plate
with nippers. When only one adapter is
being installed and it needs an AC-( )R
Unit for power, remove only the right
cutout as shown in the illustration.
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Remove for Cable
Connector
Remove for AC
Adapter Plug
Remove for
Adapter
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Electra Elite IPK and IPK II
Plug the IP-R (IPK) Adapter into
Connector 1 on the Elite IPK Terminal
(DTH-8D/16D/32D-1/2) as indicated in the
diagram.
IP(R) (IPK) Adapter
Optional
Connector
Connector 1
6.
Attach the base plate again by lining up
the four tabs on the base cover with their
corresponding slots on the telephone as
illustrated.
7.
Slide the cover in the direction of the
arrows until it clicks in place.
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Connection Example
Figure 5 shows a typical connection using a DTH Terminal equipped with an IP-R(IPK) Adapter or
ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 terminal.
Personal Computer
Electra Elite IPK/IPK II
Note 1
LAN/WAN
IAD(8)-U( ) ETU
Megaco Station or
PVA( )-U10 ETU with MG
16 package
LAN Connection
(Straight)
Connector for PC Connection
Note 2
AC Adapter Connection
AC Adapter
Note 1:
The IP-R(IPK) Adapter and ITH terminal are equipped with a switching Hub function, enabling
connection to a personal computer.
Note 2:
When using 10 Base-T, a straight cable category 3 or higher is required (maximum length 100
meters). When using 100 Base-TX, a straight cable category 5 or higher is required (maximum
length 100 meters).
Figure 5 Connection Example
Requirements
To configure the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 or IP-R(IPK) Adapter, the following units are required.
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ITH-4D/8D/16D/2/3 Dterm IPK Terminal equipped with an AC-( )R power supply unit, or POE
(Power over Ethernet).
Any Elite IPK Terminal (DTH-8D/16D/32D-1) and IP-R(IPK) Adapter and AC-( )R power unit, or
POE (Power over Ethernet).
Ethernet Cable
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Use the following table to record the configuration information. Before filling in the information, consult
your Network Administrator to confirm the network settings. This device can be configured using DHCP
or Static IP addressing.
Setting
Information
Comments
IP Address
Not required if DHCP is used.
Subnet Address
Not required if DHCP is used.
Extension Number
Not required if Static IP is used.
Router IP Address
Default Gateway. Not required if DHCP is
used.
MGC IP Address
This is the IP address of the IAD(8)-U( )
Megaco Station ETU or PVA( )-U10 with
MG 16.
Headsets that have open-style receivers (i.e., Mirage, Duoset and DuoPro) can cause echo problems on
the ITH terminals. The echo suppression and receiver gain of the phone determines the severity of the
echo when using any headset. Please recognize that due to the environment where the phone/headsets
are located, ambient noise may affect performance. Please refer to NEC for the recommended headset
to use for VoIP applications.
Quick Setup
This section provides the step-by-step procedures for setting up and configuring the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3
or IP-R(IPK) Adapter. For a more detailed description of the programming menu and the various programming
options, refer to Programming the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter on page 9.
1.
Connect the LAN port of the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter to the network and the
PC port to an optional PC at your workstation. Plug in the AC-( )R Unit to add power to this unit.
The ITH-4D-3 terminal does not have a PC port.
2.
The ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter automatically attempts to locate the DHCP
server when powered up. Wait until the server lookup times out, and DHCP Server is Not Found
is displayed on the telephone, and then begin programming.
3.
Press
4.
The Programming Menu is displayed. Press
to display the Network Settings options. This
enables you to configure IP settings for IP Terminals.
5.
Press
(DHCP mode is displayed). Press the corresponding digit (1 or 2) to enable or disable
DHCP mode; then press
(the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD).
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UN
and
A
to enter the basic programming mode.
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When DHCP is not used (Static IP assignment), select 1 (Disable), then select Set, and proceed to step
6. When DHCP is used, select 2 (Enable - factory default) and proceed to step 9.
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B
C
D
6.
From the Network Settings option, press
and enter the IP Address (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX);
then press (the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD).
7.
From the Network Settings option, press
and enter the Subnet Mask (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX);
then press
(the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD).
8.
From the Network Settings option, press
and enter the Router IP Address
(XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX); then press
(the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD). To return
to Programming Menu, press
(the softkey that corresponds with Prev on the LCD).
9.
10.
A
A
B
C
A
Press
from the Programming Menu to access the MGC (Media Gateway Controller) IP
Address and enter the IP Address for IAD(8)-U( ) ETU Megaco Station or PVA( )-U10 with MG 16
(XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX); then press
(the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD).
A
A
Press
from the Programming Menu to access the Extension Number option. Enter the
extension number and press
(the softkey that corresponds with Set on the LCD).
The extension number is used to register the IP telephone with the IAD(8)-U( ) Megaco Station ETU or
PVA( )-U10 with MG 16. These settings must match the Electra Elite IPK Programming Station Number
Assignment in Memory Block 4-10. This entry is required if DHCP mode is enabled.
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11.
Press
from the Programming Menu to access Advanced Settings option.
12.
Select 3, DRS Settings.
13.
Select 1, DRS Mode, Disable this function.
14.
This function must be disabled prior to saving the configuration.
15.
Select
16.
After the unit performs the software reset, the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter
searches for the MGC. After the unit locates the MGC, the telephone LCD restores the system
time, and the softkeys for System, Station, Up, Down are restored.
17.
Your ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter is now ready for operation.
A (Save); the system stores the new configuration and performs a software reset.
Programming the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 and/or IP-R(IPK) Adapter
Before the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 Terminals and IP-R(IPK) Adapters can function on your network, they
must be programmed. This section provides instructions for various programming functions. The
Programming menu allows you to access: DHCP Mode, IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router IP Address,
Extension Number, Volume settings, VLAN setting, and view all system information.
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Programming Menu
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To enter programming mode:
U, N,
Press
and
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The Programming Menu is displayed. Use the Up and Down softkeys to scroll the menu selections.
Nine menu selections are available from this menu.
1. Network Settings
This menu option allows IP Terminals or Adapter IP settings to be configured or is used to enable
DHCP.
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1. DHCP Mode
The IP-R(IPK) Adapter and ITH have a built-in
DHCP client to obtain and assign IP parameters
(IP Address, Default Gateway, etc.) automatically
from a DHCP server.
When DHCP mode is enabled, the IP-R(IPK)
Adapter and ITH obtain IP parameters
automatically. When disabled, the parameters in
items 2 to 5 (lists on the menu) must be programmed manually.
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DHCP Mode is enabled at default.
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2. IP Address
Each IP-R(IPK) Adapter and ITH Terminal requires
a unique IP Address on the network when DHCP is
not enabled. The network administrator can
provide a static IP Address for each ITH and IPR(IPK) Adapter in the network. When used in a
DHCP environment this option is not applicable.
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The IP Address is not assigned at default.
3. Subnet Mask
The network administrator can provide the subnet
mask to be used for the ITH and IP-R(IPK)
Adapter. Typically, this is the same value you use
on your other equipment in the network. When
used in a DHCP environment, this option is not
applicable.
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The Subnet Mask Address is not assigned at
default.
4. Router IP Address
This is the address of the default gateway for the
ITH and IP-R(IPK) Adapter. The network
administrator can provide the address of the
default gateway for the subnet. This is a critical
parameter for the operation of the ITH and
IP-R(IPK) Adapter that is not in the same subnet
as the IAD(8)-U( ) Megaco Station/PVA( )-U10
ETU with MG 16.
When used in a DHCP environment, this option is not applicable.
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The Router IP Address is not assigned at default.
5. Speed and Duplex (used to select Network Speed and Duplex)
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Autonego
100 M Full
100 M Half
10 M Full
10 M Half
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2. MGC IP Address
This menu option is used to assign the MGC (Media
Gateway Controller) IP address. The MGC IP Address
should match the IP Address assigned to the Electra Elite
IPK IAD(8)-U( ) Megaco Station or PVA( )-U10 with MG 16.
The MGC IP Address is not assigned at default.
3. Extension Number
The Extension Number field is used to register an IP
Telephone with the IAD(8)-U() Megaco Station ETU or PVA( )-U10 with MG 16 when DHCP mode is
being used.
The Extension Number set in the ITH and IP-R(IPK)
Adapter must match the Station Number Assignment in Key
System Programming. Refer to the Electra Elite IPK or IPK
II Programming Manual.
Zero (0) is assigned at default.
4. Volume Setting
Volume setting submenus can be assigned on a scale of 1
to 13. Each submenu item changes the volume control for
the respective audio unit. You can change the Ringer,
Handset, Headset, Speaker, LCD Contrast, or Side Tone
Control.
5. Ringer Settings
Ringer settings allow a user to enable distinctive ringing for
IP stations. When Custom Ring mode is enabled, the user
can assign one of eight distinctive ring patterns. The
following table lists the ring selections and their associated
patterns.
Ring Selection
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Pattern
1 = High
520+660Hz, 16Hz Modulation Signal
2 = Middle
520+660Hz, 8Hz Modulation Signal
3 = Low
1400+ 1100 Hz
4 = Tone Ring 1
1100Hz
5 = Tone Ring 2
540Hz
6 = Tone Ring 3
1100+1400Hz, 16Hz Modulation Signal
7 = Tone Ring 4
660+760Hz, 16Hz Modulation Signal
8 = Tone Ring 8
1100Hz Envelope Signal
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6. VLAN Settings
VLAN allows a network to be segmented logically without
having to be physically wired. When VLAN Mode is enabled
for the ITH and IP-R(IPK) Adapter, the network
administrator can provide the VLAN ID and the Priority
setting.
VLAN Mode is disabled at default.
7. PC Port Settings
This option allows users to configure the PC port on the IP Terminal VLAN Settings.
This option is not available for the ITH-4D-3 terminal. It has no PC port to provide physical
connection.
1. PC Port Vlan Mode
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Port Vlan Disable
Port Vlan Enable
2. PC Port Vlan ID
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(0 ~ 4094)
3. PC Port Vlan Priority
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(0 ~ 7)
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8. System Information
System Information displays configured information for various modes used in the system, for IP
Addresses, Subnet Masks, and the firmware version.
DHCP Mode
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Router IP Address
VLAN Mode
VLAN ID
VLAN Priority
TFTP IP Address
MCG IP Address
DRS Mode
CDP Mode
Speed and Duplex
MAC Address
Ring Pattern
Firmware Version
These options are read-only.
9. Advanced Settings
This menu option allows user to perform advanced operations. The user can set the parameters for
download mode, perform a soft reset, reset the system to the factory default settings, or run a
diagnostic utility.
1. Download Settings
2. Download
3. DRS Settings
4. CDP Mode
5. Type of Service
6. Soft Reset
7. Default Value
8. Diagnostic Utility
9. Port Settings
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1. Download Setting
When upgrading IP-R(IPK) Adapter or ITH-4D/8D/
16D-2/3 Terminals select the download mode
(TFTP is the only applicable value), select 2 and
enter the Server IP Address. (Format:
xxx.xxx.xxx)
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Assign the IP Address of the client PC where the
target TFTP server is located.
2. Download
The Download option initiates the actual file
transfer between TFTP Server and Client.
Option #1
Program: Downloads the hex file and
maintains all previous configurations.
Option #2
Configuration: Downloads the default
configuration file deleting all previous
configurations.
Option #3
Boot & Program: Down loads the new hex file and the boot file.
The following table provides firmware file names for the ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3 Terminals and
IP-R(IPK) Adapters.
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Type
Program File Name
Configuration Name
ITH-4D/8D/16D-2/3
apph248.out
config.ini
IP-R(IPK) Adapter
apph248.hex
config.ini
3. DRS Settings
DRS (Dterm Registration Server) Settings are not
used when integrating with the IAD(8)-U( ) Megaco
Station ETU or PVA( )-U10 with MG 16. This is
being reserved for future use.
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This function is Disabled at factory default.
4. CDP Mode
CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol) Mode allows the
terminal to detect and use inline power methods
used by many Cisco devices.
This function is Disabled at factory default.
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5. Type of Service
This field enables a user to set Quality of Service
using ToS (Type of Service) for RTP (Real-Time
Transport Protocol), Megaco, or DRS (Dterm
Registration Server).
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6. Soft Reset
This option allows a software reset.
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7. Default Value Reset
Selecting this option restores the factory default
configuration.
ALL existing configuration
settings will be lost!
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8. Diagnostic Utility
This ping utility is used to assist in troubleshooting,
allowing users to ping additional IP Terminals on
the IP network.
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9. Port Settings
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MGC Mate Port
MGC Self Port
RTP Port 1
RTP Port 2
Refer to the IPK Megaco Station Manual for configure samples and detailed settings.
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MGC Mate Port
Port number used to communicate with the
Mate device
Default 2944
2
MGC Self Port
Port number used by terminal to
communicate
Default 2944
3
RTP Port 1
Audio path primary port for communication
Default 49152
4
RTP Port 2
Backup audio port used in audio
communication
Default 49154
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