DWG Series GSM/CDMA VoIP Gateway

DWG Series GSM/CDMA VoIP Gateway
DWG2000C GSM VoIP Gateway
User Manual V1.0
Shenzhen Dinstar Technologies Co., Ltd.
Address: Floor 6, Guoxing Building, Changxing Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong
P.R.China. 518052
Tel: +86 755 2645 6664
Fax: +86 755 2645 6659
Email: sales@dinstar.com, support@dinstar.com
Website: www.dinstar.com
DWG2000C-4/8G User Manual
Revision Records
Document version
V2.0
Firmware version
2.22.01.01
Revised by
Technical Support Team
Date
12/03/2012
The first version
Changes
The second version: 1U black shell change into a small blue
shell
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Table of Contents
1. Equipment Introduction ............................................................................................................. 4
1.1 Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Applications Scenario ...................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Product Appearance ........................................................................................................ 5
1.4 Functions and Features .................................................................................................. 6
1.4.1 Protocol Standard Supported.............................................................................. 6
1.4.2 System Function ................................................................................................... 6
1.4.3 Industrial Standards Supported .......................................................................... 6
1.4.4 General Hardware Specification......................................................................... 7
2. Equipment Quickly Installation ................................................................................................. 7
2.1 Installation Notice............................................................................................................. 7
2.2 Installation Procedure ..................................................................................................... 7
2.2.1 Install SIM Card .................................................................................................... 7
2.2.2 Antenna Installation .............................................................................................. 8
2.2.3 Network Cable Connection of Equipment ......................................................... 8
3. Network Configuration............................................................................................................... 9
3.1 Attentions .......................................................................................................................... 9
3.2 General Feature Codes for System Setting................................................................. 9
3.3 Static IP Configuration..................................................................................................... 9
3.4 DHCP Configuration ...................................................................................................... 10
4. WEB Configuration .................................................................................................................. 10
4.1 Access the System through HTTP .............................................................................. 10
4.2 WEB Configuration ........................................................................................................ 11
4.3 System Information........................................................................................................ 11
4.3.1 System Information ............................................................................................ 11
4.3.2 Mobile Information .............................................................................................. 12
4.3.3 SIP Information ................................................................................................... 13
4.4 Statistics .......................................................................................................................... 14
4.4.1 TCP/UDP ............................................................................................................. 14
4.4.2 RTP ....................................................................................................................... 14
4.4.3 SIP Call History ................................................................................................... 14
4.4.4 IP to GSM Call History ....................................................................................... 15
4.5Network Configuration.................................................................................................... 15
4.5.1 Local Network ..................................................................................................... 15
4.5.2 VLAN Parameter................................................................................................. 17
4.5.3 VPN Parameter ................................................................................................... 18
4.5.4 ARP....................................................................................................................... 18
4.6 Mobile Configuration ..................................................................................................... 19
4.6.1 Basic Configuration ............................................................................................ 19
4.6.2Mobile Configuration ........................................................................................... 20
4.6.3 PIN Management................................................................................................ 22
4.6.5 SMSC ................................................................................................................... 22
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4.6.6 SMS ...................................................................................................................... 22
4.6.7 USSD.................................................................................................................... 23
4.6.8 Carrier .................................................................................................................. 24
4.6.9 BCCH ........................................................................................................................... 24
4.7 Routing Configuration ................................................................................................... 25
4.7.1 Routing Parameter ............................................................................................. 25
4.7.2 IP->Tel Routing ................................................................................................... 25
4.7.3 Tel->IP Routing ................................................................................................... 26
4.8 Manipulaton Configuration ........................................................................................... 29
4.8.1 IP->Tel Destination Numbers ............................................................................ 29
4.8.2 Tel->IP Source Numbers ................................................................................... 30
4.8.3 Tel->IP Destination Numbers ............................................................................ 31
4.9 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 33
4.9.1 IP->Tel Operation................................................................................................ 33
4.9.2 Tel->IP Operation................................................................................................ 34
4.10 Port Group Configuration ........................................................................................... 35
4.10.1 Port Group ......................................................................................................... 35
4.11 IP Trunk Configuration ................................................................................................ 36
4.11.1 IP Trunk .............................................................................................................. 36
4.11.2 IP Trunk Group ................................................................................................ 37
4.12 System Configuration.................................................................................................. 38
4.12.1 Service Configuration ...................................................................................... 38
4.12.2 SIP Configuration ............................................................................................. 40
4.12.3 Port Parameter ................................................................................................. 41
4.13 Digit Map ....................................................................................................................... 42
4.14 Tools .............................................................................................................................. 44
4.14.1 Firmware Upload .............................................................................................. 44
4.14.2 Management Parameter ................................................................................. 44
4.14.3 Config Backup .................................................................................................. 45
4.14.4 Data Restore ..................................................................................................... 45
4.14.5 IVR Voice Prompt Upload ............................................................................... 46
4.14.6 PING test ........................................................................................................... 46
4.14.7 Tracert Test ........................................................................................................ 46
4.14.8 Login Password ................................................................................................ 47
4.14.9 Factory Reset.................................................................................................... 47
4.14.10 Restart ............................................................................................................. 48
5. FAQ ............................................................................................................................................ 48
6. Glossary .................................................................................................................................... 50
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1. Equipment Introduction
This chapter mainly introduces functions and structures of DWG2000C-4/8G.
1.1 Introduction
DWG2000C-4/8G is full functions VoIP gateway based on IP and GSM network, which provides a flexible
network configuration, powerful features, and good voice quality. It works for carrier grade, enterprise,
SOHO, residential users for cost-effective solution.
1.2 Applications Scenario
DWG2000C-4/8G implements smooth transition between PLMN (GSM) and VoIP network.
With the development of users and telecom service, mobile network and fixed network integration will be
steadily increasing. DWG2000C-4/8G provides high quality VoIP service which perfectly meets the
requirement. A typical application scenario shown as figure 1-2-1
Figure 1-2-1 application scenario
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1.3 Product Appearance
The appearance of DWG2000C-4/8G shows as follow
Figure 1-3-1 Front view of DWG2000C-4/8G
Table 1-3-1 Description of Front view
Index
Sign
Description
1
ANT
Standard antenna interface
2
ANT
Interface
Indicator of SIM card, status: register, unregister
3
indicator
LAN
10/100M Base-TX, RJ-45
4
Console
Serial port, it is a serial communication physical interface with rs232 standard
5
RST
Keep press for 7 seconds to restore the factory setting
6
Run
Indicate the status of the device.
7
Power
Indicate the status of the power connection
Figure 1-3-2 Rear view of DWG2000C-4/8G
As the picture shown, SIM card slots are located at the bottom of box. The compact shape, coupled with
ocean blue brilliant colors make it stylish and practical.
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1.4 Functions and Features
1.4.1 Protocol Standard Supported
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Standard SIP and MGCP(option) protocol;
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Simple Traversal of UDP over NATs (STUN);
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Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE);
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Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP);
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP);
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Domain Name System (DNS);
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ITU-T G.711α-Law/μ-Law、G.723.1、G.729AB;
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VLAN and VPN
1.4.2 System Function
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PLC: Packet loss concealment
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VAD: Voice activity detection
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CNG: Comfort Noise Generation
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Local/Remote SIM card work mode
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Adjustable gain of port
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DTMF adjustment
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Balance alarm
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Lock/unlock SIM/UIM
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Mobile number display rejection
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Sending/receiving SMS
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Customize IVR Recording
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White and black list
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One number access
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Open API for SMS, support USSD
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Echo Cancellation (with ITU-T G.168/165 standard)
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Automatic negotiate network
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Hotline
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BCCH
1.4.3 Industrial Standards Supported
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Stationary use environment: EN 300 019: Class 3.1
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Storage environment: EN 300 019: Class 1.2
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Transportation environment: EN 300 019: Class 2.3
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Acoustic noise: EN 300 753
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CE EMC directive 2004/108/EC
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EN55022: 2006+A1:2007
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EN61000-3-2: 2006,
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EN61000-3-3: 1995+A1: 2001+A2: 2005
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EN55024: 1998+A1: 2001+A2: 2003
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Certifications: FCC, CE
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1.4.4 General Hardware Specification
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Power Supply: DC12V/4A
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Temperature: 0~40 ℃(Operation), -20~80 ℃(storage)
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Humidity: 5%~90%RH
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Power Consumption:
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Dimensions: 255(W) x220(D) x30(H) mm
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Net weight: 1.48kg
5W
2. Equipment Quickly Installation
This chapter mainly introduces DWG2000C-4/8G hardware installation and connection of equipment.
2.1 Installation Notice
DWG2000C-4/8G adapts 12VDC. Power adapter, make sure AC power supply grounded well to ensure
the reliability and stability;
Notes: incorrect power connection may damage power adapter and device.
DWG2000C-4/8G provides standard RJ45 with 10Mbps or 100Mbps interfaces.
For Wireless part, make sure antennas connecting well on device. Inserting SIM cards and GSM
channels should work properly.
2.2 Installation Procedure
2.2.1 Install SIM Card
When installing SIM card, loosen the screws on the back of a small piece of blue backplane. Procedure
shows as below:
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Open the blue backplane
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Inset the SIM card to the SIM slot
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Cover the backplane
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Tighten the screws
Figure 2-2-1 SIM card Installation
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2.2.2 Antenna Installation
Figure 2-2-2 Antenna Installation
2.2.3 Network Cable Connection of Equipment
Figure 2-2-3 DWG2000C-4/8G connection
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3. Network Configuration
In this chapter we will introduce the initial configuration of DWG2000C-4/8G. All of the network
parameters of the gateway can be configured by IVR guidance.
3.1 Attentions
In each step, if user hears an IVR message of “setting successful”, which means that user has finished
this step successfully. However, if user hears a “setting failed” message, please re-do that step again.
3.2 General Feature Codes for System Setting
Table 3-3-1 Feature codes for system setting
Feature codes
Description
*114#
Play SIP user ID
*150*a#
Set IP address(static/DHCP), a can be digit 1 or 2,*150*1# is static IP address
*152*a*b*c*d#
Configure
IP address,
a, mode
b, c, d are the four fields of IP address.
mode, *150*2#
is DHCP
*153*a*b*c*d#
Configure subnet mask. a, b, c, d are the four fields of the subnet mask
*156*a*b*c*d#
Configure the device gateway, a, b, c, d are the four fields of the device gateway
*158#
Report LAN port IP address
*159#
Report WAN port IP address
Setting the work mode (route or bridge), * 157 * 0 # is route mode, * 157 * 1 # is
*157
bridge mode
*195#
Play record
*198#
Clear record
*199#
Setting Record. dial*199# start record(≤ 20s), then press # end the recording
*111#
Restart device
3.3 Static IP Configuration
This is an optional configuration step. In case of user forgot the IP address or the device can’t obtain IP
address from local network properly, IVR guideline may help to fix it.
Assume that DWG2000C-4/8G IP address to be 172.16.80.89, subnet mask is 255.255.0.0, default
gateway is 172.16.1.1, configure it through IVR as following steps:
1)
Please make sure SIM card installed well and registered
2)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Press "*150*1#" after heard "dial the extension number ".
Hang up after heard “setting successful" prompt.
3)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "* 152 * 172 * 16 * 80 * 89 #"after heard “dial the
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extension number ". Hang up after heard “setting successful".
4)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "*153*255*255*0*0#" after heard "dial the extension
number ". Hang up after heard "setting successful"
5)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "*156*172*16*1*1#" after heard "dial extension number
". Hang up after heard "setting successful"
6)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "*111#" after heard "dial extension number ", that will
restart the device
7)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "*158#" after heard “dial extension number ". It will play
report the IP address of LAN port.
3.4 DHCP Configuration
DHCP mode configure as follows:
1)
Please make sure hardware installation have finished
2)
Dial the phone number of the SIM card. Dial "*150*2#" after heard "dial extension number ". That
means the DHCP is configured successfully
3)
Restart the device, wait for 30 seconds, and then dial the SIM card telephone number, enter "*158
#" to query the IP address
Note: If reporting the IP address is 0.0.0.0, which means that the gateway could not obtain a IP address
successfully. Please check:
1) Make sure the device have been connected to the network
2) Make sure the DHCP Server is working. If there is no DHCP Server, please set the IP of device to
static IP
3) Restart the gateway and try again
4. WEB Configuration
This charpter describes web configuration of DWG2000C-4/8G.
4.1 Access the System through HTTP
The default IP of LAN port is 192.168.11.1,before web access, make sure the PC is able to ping
continuously.
Here the device’s IP address is 172.16.80.89, after input this IP, the GUI shows as below:
Figure 4-1-1 WEB log interface
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Enter username and password and then click “OK” in configuration interface. The default username and
password are “admin/admin”. We are strongly recommend to change the default password for security
purpose.
4.2 WEB Configuration
DWG2000C-4/8G WEB configuration interface consists of the navigation tree and the detail configuration
interfaces.
Figure 4-2-1 WEB introduce
4.3 System Information
System information interface shows the basic information of status information, Mobile information and
SIP information.
4.3.1 System Information
Figure 4-3-1 system information
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Table 4-3-1 Description of system information
MAC Address
Displays current MAC of device, for example: 00-00-00-00-00-00
Network Mode
DWG2000C-4/8G works on bridge mode
Network
Shows IP address and subnet mask
DNS Server
Displays DNS server IP address in the same network with the gateway
System Up Time
shows the time period of the device running. For example,:1h: 20m, 24s
Traffic Statistics
Calculates the netflow, including the total bytes of message received and sent.
Version info
shows the current firmware version
4.3.2 Mobile Information
Figure 4-3-2 Mobile information
Table 4-3-2 Description of mobile information
Port
GSM channel number, it is range from 0 to 7
Type
Indicates the current type of network. Such as CDMA or GSM
IMSI
International Mobile Subscriber Identity, it is the uniquely identifies of SIM card
Status
Indicates the register status of current GSM module
Remaining Call
Limited call duration of SIM card, when call duration is out of that duration, the call
Duration
would be disconnected. This option shows remaining talk time.
Carrier
Displays the network carrier of current SIM card.
Signal Quality
Displays the signal strength of in each channels of GSM
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BER
Bit error rate, internal parameter
ASR
Answer Seizure Ratio is a measure of network quality. Its calculated by taking the
number of successfully answered calls and dividing by the total number of calls
attempted. Since busy signals and other rejections by the called number count as call
failures, the ASR value can vary depending on user behavior.
ACD
The Average Call Duration (ACD) is calculated by taking the sum of billable seconds
(billable) of answered calls and dividing it by the number of these answered calls.
PDD
Post Dial Delay (PDD) is experienced by the originating customer as the time from the
sending of the final dialled digit to the point at which they hear ring tone or other
in-band information. Where the originating network is required to play an
announcement before completing the call then this definition of PDD excludes the
duration of such announcements.
Call Status
Show the status of call, its include 3 type of status :
Idle: the GSM channel is free. It is ready to receive the call
Processing: the call is delivering to mobile network
Active: the call is established
4.3.3 SIP Information
Figure 4-3-3 SIP information
Displays registration status information with Softswitch platform or SIP Server
Table 4-3-3 Description of SIP information
Port
The number of SIP channel, DWG2000C-4/8G has 4/8 ports
SIP User ID
SIP registration account which are provided by the Softswitch and SIP server
Register Status
Shows the registration status of VoIP channel, including registered and unregistered.
Status
Show the status of port, include "onhhok" and "offhook"
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4.4 Statistics
4.4.1 TCP/UDP
Figure 4-4-1 TCP/UDP Statistics
4.4.2 RTP
Figure 4-4-2 PRI Statistics
Table 4-4-2 Description of RTP Statistics
Port
The port of RTP statistics
Payload Type
The voice code of this channel, Include G.723.1/PCMA/PCMU/G.729AB
Packet Period
Time of packaging
Local Port
Local port of transmitting RTP packages
Peer IP
End of equipment IP address
Peer Port
Peer port of receiving RTP packages
Send Packet
Total of sending RTP packages
Recv Packet
Total of receiving RTP packages
Loss Packet
Total of losing RTP packages
Jitter
Length of delay jitter
Duration Time(s)
Both ends of the call time
4.4.3 SIP Call History
Figure 4-4-3 SIP Call History
Table of 4.4.3 SIP Call History
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Port
The port of Call statistics
Incoming Received
The amount of received incoming calls which coming from IP part
Incoming connected
The amount of incoming calls which have connected
Incoming Answered
The amount of incoming calls which answered by IP part
Incoming Failed
The amount of incoming calls which failed
Outgoing Attempted
The amount of outgoing calls which attempted to IP part
Outgoing Connected
The amount of outgoing calls which have connected
Outgoing Answered
The amount of outgoing calls which answered by IP part
Outgoing Failed
The amount of outgoing calls which failed
4.4.4 IP to GSM Call History
Figure 4-4-4 IP to GSM Call History
Table of 4.4.4 IP to GSM Call History
Port
The port of Call statistics
Call
The number of IP->GSM call
Duration
Call duration
Answered
Response statistics
Call
Canceled
The number of cancellation caused by SIP
Timeout
The number of timeout caused by SIP
Not Allowed
The number of banned call caused by SIP
Negotiation failed
By SIP signaling negotiation fails cause calls for failure
Busy
The number of call failed caused by busy
No Answer
The number of call failed caused by no answer
No Dialtone
The number of call failed caused by no dialtone
No Carrier
The number of call failed caused by no find carrier
Failed
Caused
by
SIP
Call
Failed
Caused
GSM
Other
by
The number of call failed by other
4.5Network Configuration
4.5.1 Local Network
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Figure 4-5-1 Local Network
Table 4-5-1 Description of Local network
Obtain IP Address
Automatically
Enable the device obtain IP Address automatically by DHCP or not.
Default is enabling
Use the Following IP
Configure the "IP Address", "Subnet Mask" and "Default Gateway" by
Address
manual
Both of account and password are provided by ISP. Use this mode when
PPPoE
there is not router in the local network.
Obtain DNS Server
When enable the WAN port option of "Obtain DNS Server Address
Address Automatically
Automatically" , which will be enabled subsequently.
Use the Following DNS
Fill in the IP address of "Primary DNS Server" and "Secondary DNS
Server Addresses
Server"
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4.5.2 VLAN Parameter
Figure 4-5-2 VLAN Parameter
Table 4-5-2 Description of VLAN Parameter
Data VLAN
Data 802.1Q VLAN ID
Under standard VLAN protocol set VLAN ID. “0” is
used to management VLAN, and can’t be used to
service configure.
Data 802.1p Priority (0-7)
Under 802.1q protocol users can set VLAN priority
Voice 802.1Q VLAN ID
Under standard VLAN protocol set VLAN ID
Voice 802.1p Priority (0-7)
Under 802.1q protocol users can set VLAN priority
IP address
Users can set DHCP or static IP address
Voice VLAN DNS Server
Users can set DHCP or static DNS server IP address
Management
Management 802.1Q VLAN
Under standard VLAN protocol set VLAN ID. “0” is
VLAN
ID
used to management VLAN, and can’t be used to
Voice VLAN
service configure.
Management 802.1p Priority
Under 802.1p protocol users can set VLAN priority
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(0-7)
IP address
Users can set DHCP or static IP address
Management VLAN DNS
Users can set DHCP or static DNS server IP address
Server
4.5.3 VPN Parameter
A virtual private network (VPN) is a network that uses primarily public telecommunication infrastructure,
such as the Internet, to provide remote offices or traveling users access to a central organizational
network.
VPNs typically require remote users of the network to be authenticated, and often secure data with
encryption technologies to prevent disclosure of private information to unauthorized parties.
Figure 4-5-3 VPN Parameter
4.5.4 ARP
The ARP function mainly used to query and add the map of IP and MAC. There are static or dynamic
ARP entries.
Like other routers, the gateway can automatically find the network device on the same segment. But,
sometimes you don't want to use this automatic mapping; you'd rather have fixed (static) associations
between an IP address and a MAC address. Gateway provides you the ability to add static ARP entries
to:

Protect your network against ARP spoofing

Prevent network confusion as a result of misconfigured network device
Figure 4-5-4 ARP
Figure 4-5-5 Add ARP
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4.6 Mobile Configuration
This is Mobile Configuration menu.
Figure 4-6-1Basic Configuration
4.6.1 Basic Configuration
Figure 4-6-2Basic Configuration
Table 4-6-1 Description of Basic Configuration
Dial Tone Gain
It is the dial tone volume of call waiting, dial tone of mobile module when call
out. default value is 8 dB.
Select Band
Acording to carrier’s band standards. Standards are as belows:
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; CDMA: 800 MHz
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Remote API Enable
API is mainly for third party software which developed based-on Dinstar API
protocol. Its help to provide bulk SMS/ SMS/USSD over IP service.
API Server Address
It is the remote IP address who uses API. This is an option when selecting "Yes"
under 'remote API enable"
API Server Port
It is the port number of IP transmission. This is an option when selecting "Yes"
under "remote API enable". The port cannot conflict with the other application
software. The default value is 12000
Auto Reset Module
Reset modular by automatically while some special errors happened, such as
No Carrier, No Dial tone
Counts of No
A kind of the error, continuously N times will reboot the modular.
CARRIER to reset
N is range from 3 to 255.
Counts of No DIAL
A kind of the error, continuously N times will reboot the modular.
TONE to reset
N is range from 3 to 255.
4.6.2Mobile Configuration
Figure 4-6-2 Mobile State
Figure 4-6-3 Mobile Configuration
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Table 4-6-2 Description of Mobile Configuration
Mobile Number
Phone number of current SIM card
Enable Call Duration
Definite maximum call duration for single call. Example: if Time of single
Limitation of single call
call set to 10, the call will be disconnected after talking 10*step seconds
Step
Step length value range is 1-120 s, step length multiplied by time of single
call just said a single call duration time allowed.
Time of single call
The value of limitation single call, this value range is 1-65535. step length
multiplied by time of single call just said a single call duration time allowed.
Enable
Call
Duration
This function is to limit the total call duration of GSM channel. The max call
Limitation
duration is between 1 to 65535 minutes.
Auto Reset
Automatic restore remaining talk time, that is, get total call minutes of GSM
channel
Reset Period
Reset call minutes by date, by week, by month
Next Reset time
Defined next reset date, system will count start from that date and work as
Reset Period setting
Minimum Charging Time
A single call over this time, GSM side of the operators began to collect
fees, unit for seconds.
Alarm Threshold(via SMS)
Define a threshold value of call minutes, while the call minutes less than
this value, the gateway will send alarm information to designated phone
number via SMS.
Mobile Number (Receiving
Receiving alarm phone number, user will received alarm message from
Alarm)
gateway.
Port Description for Alarm
Alarm port information description, which will be sent to user mobile phone
with alarm information.
SIM Remain Time
This value is multiplied by to step length is a rest call time
Restore Time
Restore the rest of the SIM card talk time to the maximum call duration
CLIR
Caller ID restriction, this function is used to hidden caller ID of SIM card
number. The gateway will add “#31#” in front of mobile number. This
function must support by Operator.
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Mobile Tx Gain
Control IP to GSM side of call the gain. Default is +6 dB.
Mobile Rx Gain
Control GSM to IP side of call the gain. Default is +6 dB.
4.6.3 PIN Management
Figure 4-6-4 PIN Management
Detailed description as below:
Table 4-6-4 Description of PIN Management
Select Port
Selects the GSM channel No.
SIM Card Lock
Whether to allow lock the SIM card
PIN Code
Personal identification number of SIM card. In the status of SIM card locked, PIN
can be modified to prevent SIM card from being stolen.
4.6.5 SMSC
Figure 4-6-5 SMSC
SMS center of mobile, in most places, the celluar modular will automatically detect the SMSC number.
This configurable option is used in a situation that the SMSC number could not detected by celluar
modular. When such case happens, please contact with mobile service provider to identify the SMSC
number and then add SMSC number in SMSC configurable web interface.
4.6.6 SMS
Figure 4-6-6 SMS Message
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Table 4-6-5 Description of SMS sending
Select Port
Users can select a defined channel or random channel to send SMS. Input the
recevier’s mobile phone number to send SMS.
To
Mobile phone No. of the receiver
Message
Content of the SMS. The length is limited to 300 characters.
4.6.7 USSD
USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) is a Global System for Mobile(GSM) communication
technology that is used to send text between a mobile phone and an application program in the network.
Applications may include prepaid roaming or mobile chatting. USSD can cluster and group of charge
Figure 4-6-7 USSD
Table 4-6-6 Description of USSD
Port
Select the GSM channel to send USSD
USSD Reply
The area to input USSD code
USSD Request
Display the result of sending USSD
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4.6.8 Carrier
Figure 4-6-8 Select Carrier
This function is used to select carrier.
Table 4-6-6 Description of select Carrier
Select Port
Select GSM channel,default Port 0
Select Mode
There are two modes to select carrier automatic and manual. Automatic mode
can be automatically search operators. Manual mode can choose operators
from the carrier list.
Carrier List
If you select manual mode, you can select carrier from carrier list.
4.6.9 BCCH
Figure 4-6-9 BCCH
Figure 4-6-10 BCCH
Table 4-6-7 Description of BCCH
Refresh Interval
Set frequency detection refresh time
Auto Refresh/Stop Refresh
Choose whether to refresh frequency
Index
Serial number
MCC
Mobile country code, China is 460
MNC
Mobile network code, used to distinguish between different network
operators
LAC
Location area codes
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CID
Village identification number
BCCH
Public radio channel
Receive Level
Receiving signal strong strength
Choose a frequency to lock the operations.
4.7 Routing Configuration
4.7.1 Routing Parameter
Figure 4-7-1 Routing Parameter
Table 4-7-1Description of Routing Parameter
Tel->IP Parameter
Globle parameters, it will take effect while number manipulation configured
Route calls after
The parameters indicate that the gateway will select Tel->IP routes after number
manipulation
manipulation completed
Route calls before
The parameters indicate that the gateway will select Tel->IP routes before
manipulation
number manipulation completed
4.7.2 IP->Tel Routing
Figure 4-7-2 IP to Tel Routing
Figure 4-7-3 IP to Tel Routing Add
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Table 4-7-2 Description of IP to Tel Routing
IP ->Tel Routing
Index
This item uses to configure outgoing call routes which can be used for recieve the calls
from the GSM
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to 31.
The route preferentially match the rules which the value of index is smaller
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
Source IP
It specifies the IP of the caller
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source prefix allow to
send call out
Source Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix indicates the
connected number
Destination Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Destination
Its specifies destination Port or Port Group
4.7.3 Tel->IP Routing
Figure 4-7-3 Tel to IP Routing
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Table 4-7-3 Description of Tel to IP Routing
Tel -> IP Routing
Index
This item uses to configure incoming call routes which can be used for
recieve the calls from the GSM.
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
31.The route preferentially match the rules which the value of index is smaller
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
Source Port
It specifies the Port or Port Group which will receive the calls from PLMN
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
Source Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
indicates the connected number
Destination Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Destination
Its specifies destination Port or Port Group
Figure 4-7-4 Tel to IP routing Modify
It's a default route configured in gateway. It allows any number from source port 0 send call to SIP server
with any prefix.
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Figure 4-7-5 Tel to IP routing Modify
Add a GSM to VoIP route. It indicates that the calls coming from Port Group 31<Unicom> will match the
prefix ”x.”, ”x.” is a wildcard string which will match any prefix except ”anonymous” calls. Meanwhile
sending the calls destination IP 13<eia> if called number match with destination prefix ”00”.
Figure 4-7-6 Tel to IP routing Modify
Add GSM to GSM route,its mainly used for saving the cost between two carriers.It indecates that calls
coming from Port 0 will match the prefix 13[58], ”13[58]” include prefix 135 and 138, caller number can’t
match prefix 135 and 138 will reject by gateway. Meanwhile sending the calls to Port Group 31<Unicom>
if called number match with prefix 133.
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4.8 Manipulaton Configuration
4.8.1 IP->Tel Destination Numbers
Figure 4-8-1 IP->Tel destination numbers manipulation
Table 4-8-1 Description of IP->Tel destination numbers manipulation
IP->Tel
destination
numbers manipulation
It is an optional configuration item, and is used to add a rule for changing
number
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0
Index
to 31.The route preferentially match the rules which the value of index is
smaller
It describes the rule for the ease of identification. Its value is character
Description
string
It specifies the source IP which will send the calls to gateway
 Any: any IP address
Source
 IP: specific an IP address
 IP Group: specific an IP group
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
Source Prefix
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
indicates the connected number
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
Destination Prefix
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Destination
Stripped
Its specifies destination Port or Port Group
Digits
from
Digits
from
Left
Stripped
Right
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from left
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from right
Prefix to Add
Add the new digits in front of the original number
Suffix to Add
Add the new digits at the end of the original number
Number of Digits to
leave from right
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from left
Add an IP->Tel Manipulation, to change the called number from 2547888888 to 07888888
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Figure 4-8-2 IP->Tel destination numbers manipulation modify
It indicates that calls coming from IP Group will match the prefix ”any”, and the called nubmer which
match with the prefix ”2547” will delete 3 digits in front of it and replace it by digit ”0”.
4.8.2 Tel->IP Source Numbers
Figure 4-8-3 Tel->IP destination numbers manipulation
Table 4-8-2 Description of Tel->IP destination numbers manipulation
It is an optional configuration item, and is used to add IP->Tel number
Tel->IP
destination
numbers manipulation
change data.
The IP->Tel Manipulation defined the rules of add, and deletion of called
numbers, which are referenced by IP->Tel routing.
Index
Description
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
31.
It describes the rule for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
Source Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
Destination Prefix
indicates the connected number
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
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 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Destination
Stripped
Its specifies destination Port or Port Group
Digits
from
Digits
from
Left
Stripped
Right
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from left
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from right
Prefix to Add
Add the new digits in front of the original number
Suffix to Add
Add the new digits at the end of the original number
Number of Digits to
Leave from Right
It specifies the number of Digits to leave from Right
Example:
Add an IP->Tel Manipulation, to change the called number from 2547888888 to 07888888
Figure 4-8-4 Tel ->IP destination numbers manipulation add
It indicates that calls coming from IP Group will match the prefix ”any”, and the called nubmer which
match with the prefix ”2547” will delete 3 digits in front of it and replace it by digit ”0”.
4.8.3 Tel->IP Destination Numbers
Figure 4-8-5 Tel->IP destination numbers manipulation
Table 4-8-3 Description of Tel->IP destination numbers manipulation
Tel->IP
destination
It is an optional configuration item, and is used to add IP->Tel number change
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numbers manipulation
data.
The IP->Tel Manipulation defined the rules of add, and deletion of called
numbers, which are referenced by IP->Tel routing.
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
Index
31.
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
Source Prefix
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
indicates the connected number
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
Destination Prefix
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Destination
Stripped
Its specifies destination Port or Port Group
Digits
from
Digits
from
Left
Stripped
Right
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from left
It specifies the length of the digits to be deleted from right
Prefix to Add
Add the new digits in front of the original number
Suffix to Add
Add the new digits at the end of the original number
Number of Digits to
Leave from Right
It specifies the number of Digits to leave from Right
Example:
Add an IP->Tel Manipulation, to change the called number from 2547888888 to 07888888
Figure 4-8-6 Tel->IP destination numbers manipulation
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It indicates that calls coming from IP Group will match the prefix ”any”, and the called nubmer which
match with the prefix ”2547” will delete 3 digits in front of it and replace it by digit ”0”.
4.9 Operation
When configure hotline, must configure operation.
4.9.1 IP->Tel Operation
Figure 4-9-1 IP->Tel Operation
Table 4-9-1 Description of IP->Tel Operation
It is an optional configuration item. Operation configuration essentially
IP->Tel Operation
involves allow, barring some IP and IP Group send calls to certain numbers. It
includes: forbid call, call allowance, auto call, and password authentication.
Index
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
31.
It specifies the source IP which will send the calls to gateway
Source IP
 Any: any IP address
 IP: specific an IP address
 IP Group: specific an IP group
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
Source Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
indicates the connected number
Destination Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Its specifies number analysis rule
 Forbid call
Operation
 Allow call
 Auto call
 Password authenticate
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
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Example:
Index 31: barring the certain calling number from IP 14<elastix>
Figure 4-9-2 IP->Tel Operation Modify
It indicates that calling party from IP 14<elastix> matched prefix 2877, and also called party matched
prefix 07 are not allowed call out. The calls match this rule will be rejected by gateway.
Index 29: definite a rule for IP 17<FreeSentral> that all the calls must go with valid password
authentication.
Figure 4-9-3 IP->Tel Operation Modify
4.9.2 Tel->IP Operation
Figure 4-9-4 Tel->IP Operation
Table 4-9-2 Description of Tel->IP Operation
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It is an optional configuration item. Operation configuration essentially
Tel->IP Operation
involves allow, barring some IP and IP Group send calls to certain numbers.
It includes: forbid call, call allowance, auto call, and password authentication.
Index
It uniquely identifies a rule. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
31.
It specifies the source IP which will send the calls to gateway
Source IP
 Any: any IP address
 IP: specific an IP address
 IP Group: specific an IP group
All the caller number must match the source prefix. It specifies the source
prefix allow to send call out
Source Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
 1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
All the called number must match the destination prefix, the call prefix
indicates the connected number
Destination Prefix
 Any: include anonymous, 0xxxx, 1[2-9]xxxx etc.
 0xxxx: consist of some digits such as 015,08,09
1[3-8]6:consist of some prefix, include 136,146,156,166,176, 186
Its specifies number analysis rule
 Forbid call
Operation
 Allow call
 Auto call
 Password authenticate
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character
string
4.10 Port Group Configuration
4.10.1 Port Group
Figure 4-10-1 Port Group
Figure 4-10-2 Port Group Modify
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Table 4-10-1 Description port group
Index
Port group priority
Description
Port group decription
Select Mode
Choose the port that composition port group by drop-down list select mode
Port
The selected port
If you have the need for a group of port the same operation, then port group of configuration can help you
improve efficiency.
4.11 IP Trunk Configuration
4.11.1 IP Trunk
Figure 4-11-1 IP Trunk
Table 4-11-1 Description of IP Trunk
IP Trunk
Add remote IP of softswitch, SIP server which will send call traffics to gateway.
Index
It uniquely identifies a trunk, ranging from 0 to 31.
IP
Port
It is an interworking parameter between the remote Softswitch and the SIP
server. It specifies the IP address of the peer equipment.
It is an interworking parameter between the remote Softswitch and the SIP
server. It specifies the SIP port number of the peer equipment
Description
It describes the trunk for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
KeepAlive Enable
It is use to detect connection between GSM gateway and remote IP trunk
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Example
To add a remote IP of Softswitch, set “index” to “31”, SIP port number “5060”
Figure 4-11-2 IP Trunk Modify
4.11.2 IP Trunk Group
Figure 4-11-3 IP Trunk Group
Table 4-11-2 Description of IP Trunk Group
This configuration is optional, and is used to add the IP that have the same
IP Trunk Group
attributes to an IP group. The IP group will referenced by IP->Tel routing and
number manipulation.
Index
It uniquely identifies a route. Its value is assigned globally, ranging from 0 to
31.
Description
It describes the route for the ease of identification. Its value is character string
IP
It specifies the IP will add to IP group
Example
To add an IP group, set IP “10, 14, 17” to IP group 18
Figure 4-11-4 IP Trunk group modify
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4.12 System Configuration
4.12.1 Service Configuration
Service Configuration is used for configuring voice calls and some small businesses, such as Call
Progress Tone, codec, silence suppression, * service, the second dial and so on
Figure 4-12-1 Service Configuration
Table 4-12-1 Description of Service Configuration
LOCAL
Channel
RTP
PORT Means the initial port when RTP voice stream transmit in the IP network , in
general, using the factory default values. When there are multiple DINSTAR
series voice products, and the network gateway or router’s NAT with
loopholes, user can try changing this item
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Enable
Silence Enable the "silence suppression" almost no impact on call quality, and can save
Suppression
about half of the bandwidth.
Call Progress Tone
Each country has its different call progress tone required standards, such as
busy tone, ring back tones and ring tone.
Preferred Coders
Means the code format when Voice transfer on IP network, support PCMA,
PCMU, G.723.1 andG.729AB.
Enable PSTN Incoming
Means when call from PSTN side, you can dial the function keys for checking
Configuration
number, setting IP and so on
Enable Auto Outgoing
Means when call out , whether by ordinal or polling pick to Select a Channel,
Routing
IP to PSTN One Stage
Dialing
Play Voice Prompt for
PSTN Incoming Calls
this feature are generally used when use the same SIP User ID to register
The User ID will be sent directly to PSTN, for example: the user calls 6715, the
device will sent 6715 User ID to PSTN
Setting is yes, when through the PSTN calls to the Channel, the device will with
the clew tone, the default is "Please dial the extension User ID"; setting to No,
the device will play dial tone
DTMF
DWG2001/DWG2004/DWG2000C-4/8G support RFC2833 and SIGNAL two
ways. DTMF INTERVAL range is 50 ~ 800ms, DTMF VOLUME can use the
default Configuration
Nat Traversal
Include Static NAT and STUN, NAT’s UDP simple cross
STUN
STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP over NATs ) is a network protocol. It is allowed
to stay behind the NAT (or multiple NAT) client part to identify their clients’
public address, found himself after what Type of NAT and NAT for a particular
Channel is bound to a local Internet terminal Channel. This information is used
for two host to set up UDP communication behind the same NAT router. The
agreement defined by the RFC 3489
Allow call from IP to
Refer to "SIP Configuration" -> "Is register" . If "Is register" setting is no, this
PSTN without
option need set Yes ,to avoid that the devices can not call out
Registration
Allow Call from PSTN to Refer to "SIP Configuration" -> "Is register" . If "Is register" setting is no, this
IP without Registration
option need set Yes ,to avoid that the devices can not call in
Reject Anonymous call The incoming anonymous calls will be rejected
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from IP to PSTN
In General, SIP phones are based on # as the end, if this option is set to No, the
Use # as End Key
dial-up will end expires dial-up time
Bit of between the dialing time ,over the time will be seem as end of dial
Interdigit Timeout
4.12.2 SIP Configuration
Figure 4-12-2 SIP Configuration
Table 4-12-2 SIP Configuration
SIP Server
Used for configure SIP server address and port, the address can be IP Address,
Address
also can be a domain nameWhich can be resolved by DNS server
SIP Proxy Port
Port default setting is 5060. For details, please consult the service provider
Outbound proxy, it mainly used in firewall / NAT environment. That make the
Outbound Proxy
signaling and media streams are able to penetrate the firewall
Set the local monitor SIP port ( fixed or random ) , random is every time you start
Use Random Port
the device will random Select a free SIP port For listening
Default set yes, if you want the device can make a call without register, set No, Also
Is Register
enable the "Allow Call from IP to PSTN without Registration" and "Allow Call from
PSTN to IP without Registration" function
Register Interval
Means how often the equipment will register to the SIP server/proxy
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The DNS query type defines the type of information that will be requested from DNS
DNS query type
server
DNS refresh
The interval of DNS refresh, Range from 0 to 60000 mins, 0 means disable default
interval
value is disable.
T1
Used to define the SIP protocol T1 timer value, default is 500ms
T2
Used to defines the SIP protocol timer values, default value is 4000ms
T3
Used to define the T2 timer value in SIP protocol, the default is 5000ms
Used to keep communicate between equipment and the SIP server that make the
Keep alive Interval
device is available . In general, using the factory default values
Used to config "From" Mode when Caller ID Is Available when call from GSM to
VoIP
From Mode when
Tel/User:
From: caller number <sip:3001@IP>;tag=51088abb
Caller ID Is
User/User:
From: 3001
<sip:3001@IP>;tag=51088abb
Available
Tel/Tel:
User/Tel:
From: caller number <sip: caller number @IP>;tag=51088abb
From: 3001
<sip: caller number @IP>;tag=51088abb
From Mode when
Used to config "From" Mode when Caller ID Is Unavailable
Caller ID Is
Anonymous :
Unavailable
Username : From: <sip: Username @IP>;tag=51088abb
From: <sip: Anonymous @IP>;tag=51088abb
Answered: Gateway answer the IP incoming call ( send SIP message "200 OK" to
Answer Mode
IP part ) after GSM part answered
Alerted: Gateway answer the IP incoming call after GSM part Alerted
Immediately: Gateway send "183 RING" immediately to IP part while it receive
183 Mode
“INVITE" from IP part.
Alerted: Gateway send "183 RING" after receive "ring back" from PSTN
Response Code
switch
Used to configure the compatibility of SIP Response Code , Fill the response code
in the front , and Fill the switch code in the behind
4.12.3 Port Parameter
Figure 4-12-3 Port Parameter
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Table 4-12-3 Description of Port Configuration
Port Configuration
Used to configure ports’ gain, Auto-Dial, etc.
ALL ports register used
The default is not. If set to "yes" ,all the port will use user ID
same user ID
SIP User ID
Authenticate ID
It is the account used for registration, equipment port's unique identifier
Used for authenticate
Password
Its register Password
Tx Gain
Its DSP’s Tx Gain. Adjusting it will effect volume on GSM side.
Rx Gain
Its DSP’s Tx Gain. Adjusting it will effect volume on IP side.
When PSTN part client calls to this port, gateway will auto forward to the
To VoIP Hotline
hotline User ID. Leave it blank if you don’t need this function.
*Note: Please
config Tel->IP Operation if you need this function.
When VoIP part client calls to this port, Gateway will auto forward to the
To PSTN Hotline
number to PSTN part. Leave it blank if you don’t need this function.
*Note: Please config IP->Tel Operation if you need this function.
Auto-Dial Delay Time
The auto-dial delay time of hotline , the range is 0-10 seconds
4.13 Digit Map
Figure 4-13-1 Digit map
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Digit Map Syntax:
1. Supported objects
Digit: A digit from "0" to "9".
Timer: The symbol "T" matching a timer expiry.
DTMF: A digit, a timer, or one of the symbols "A", "B", "C", "D", "#", or "*".
2. Range []
One or more DTMF symbols enclosed between square brackets ("[" and "]"), but
only one can be selected.
3. Range ()
One or more expressions enclosed between round brackets ("(" and ")"), but
only one can be selected.
4. Separator
|: Separated expressions or DTMF symbols.
5. Subrange
-: Two digits separated by hyphen ("-") which matches any digit between and
including the two.
The subrange construct can only be used inside a range
construct, i.e., between "[" and "]".
6. Wildcard
x: matches any digit ("0" to "9").
7. Modifiers
.: Match 0 or more times.
8. Modifiers
+: Match 1 or more times.
9. Modifiers
?: Match 0 or 1 times.
Example:
Assume we have the following digit maps:
1. xxxxxxx | x11
and a current dial string of "41".
Given the input "1" the current dial
string becomes "411". We have a partial match with "xxxxxxx", but a
complete match with "x11", and hence we send "411" to the Call Agent.
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2. [2-8] xxxxxx | 13xxxxxxxxx
Means that first is "2","3","4","5","6","7" or "8", followed by 6 digits;
or first is 13, followed by 9 digits.
3. (13 | 15 | 18)xxxxxxxxx
Means that first is "13","15" or "18", followed by 8 digits.
4. [1-357-9]xx
Means that first is "1","2","3" or "5" or "7","8","9", followed by 2 digits.
4.14 Tools
4.14.1 Firmware Upload
Figure 4-14-1 Firmware upload
Select the software or Web program under correct directory services, and then click upload will complete
upgrade the firmware. During the upgrade process, please do not swtich off the power supply, equipment
may paralyze.
4.14.2 Management Parameter
Figure 4-14-2 Management Parameter
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Table 4-14-1 Management Parameter
Voice Prompt Language
Select the language of voice prompt. There are two kind of voice : English
and Chinese
Syslog Paremeter
Syslog is a standard for network device data logging. It allows separation
of the software that generates messages from the system that stores them
and the software that reports and analyzes them. It also provides devices
which would otherwise be unable to communicate a means to notify
administrators of problems or performance. There are 5 grades of syslog,
Including NONE, DEBUG, NOTICE, WARNING and ERROR.
Send CDR
Telephone exchanges generate so called Call Detail Records (CDRs)
which contain detailed information about calls originating from, terminating
at or passing through the exchange. Not surprisingly CDRs are used for
billing.
Set to Yes gateway will sne the CDR to the syslog server.
NTP Parameter
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol and software
implementation for synchronizing the clocks of computer systems over
packet-switched, variable-latency data networks.
User need to fill the NTP Server Address and select Time Zone
4.14.3 Config Backup
Figure 4-14-3 Config backup
Click 'Backup' for download configuration file to your computer.
4.14.4 Data Restore
Figure 4-14-4 Data restore
Send data file from your computer to the device
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4.14.5 IVR Voice Prompt Upload
By default, when PSTN call incoming, the system will play the default IVR, and also the user can load
custom IVR.
Figure 4-14-5 IVR Voice Prompt Upload
NOTE: the customize voice files can be recorded using Windows recording programs, the sound format
is 8000Hz, 16 bit sampling in mono, with WAV format, size of files can not exceed 190KB
4.14.6 PING test
Ping is utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP) network and to measure
the round-trip time for messages sent from the originating host to a destination host.
Figure 4-14-6 Ping Test
4.14.7 Tracert Test
Traceroute is a computer network diagnostic tool for displaying the route (path) and measuring transit
delays of packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network.
Figure 4-14-7 Tracert Test
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4.14.8 Login Password
Figure 4-14-8 IVR Voice Prompt Upload
When using web or telnet Configuration, please enter default user name and password. User can modify
the login name and password.
4.14.9 Factory Reset
Figure 4-14-9 Factory Reset
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Be careful do this operation, after restore factory setting, all the parameters will be changed to the factory
default.
4.14.10 Restart
Figure 4-14-10 Restart
5. FAQ
5.1 Device has been connected to network physically, but cannot access the gateway
1) Make sure the network cable is ok
, can through view the device network port indicator light to
determine the physical connection is working or not;
2) Make sure the connected network devices (router, switch or hub) support 10M/100M adaptive, if not,
connect the Equipment directly to PC, landing WEB and in the "local connection" Configuration interface
Select the correct Ethernet Work Mode;
3) Check the Network Configuration, if the Configuration is incorrect, please re-Configuration. If you are
using DHCP mode, check DHCP Server is working properly;
4) Check whether there is a LAN device conflict with the exists IP address.
5.2 Equipment can not register
If the Run LED does not flash mean unregistered
1) Check the network connection is working (see above section), whether the Configuration is correct;
2) Check whether the LAN firewall setting is inappropriate (such whether limit the network
communication); If it is, there are two ways to try to resolve;
3) Check whether the Local Network to the SIP PROXY platform network environment is relatively poor
or not, and if so, please check Local Network or contact the service provider;
4) if go through those steps, the device still be in trouble, please contact the equipment provider;
5.3 When calling out, the callee’s phone shows wrong caller ID:
1) Ask the callee checks whether the device is failure or device battery power is low
2) Make sure the callee has been subscribed called User ID display service
3) If only part of the caller User ID with this problem, please contact the telecom carrier.
5.4 sudden interruption during a call
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1) make sure whether is human error caused the problem
2) Check the balance.
3) Make sure whether the LAN equipment such as gateway or router fails, user can try to restart the
gateway or router
5.5 voice single-pass, double-barrier or poor quality
1) Make sure the equipment is working properly with grounded power
2) Check the device network connection is in working status
3) Ask network administrators to open limitation with the equipment’s network communications (it is a
special equipment, not afraid of virus attacks); (2) try to enable the equipment tunnel
(through the WEB
for Configuration, Also, please NOTE, open the tunnel will impact voice quality, Please do not enable the
tunnel as far as possible, refer WEB Configuration Interface Description section)
4) Make sure the LAN equipment is working, user can try to restart the gateway or router to solve the
problem
5) Check whether there is more than one DINSTAR series products in LAN network: some gateways or
routers, processing network packet is vulnerable (for example, to multiple network devices or the same
protocol network communication, NAT allocated the same conversion communications Channel). If there
is such a case, suggest replacing a router or specify each voice gateway with different LOCAL RTP
PORT Channel (refer to the base WEB Configuration interface section)
6) Check the equipment network environment for the softswitch platform, monitor the network condiation,
make sure the network is solid
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6. Glossary
GSM: Global System for Mobile Communications
CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access
FMC: Fixed Mobile Convergence
SIP: Session Initiation Protocol
MGCP: Media Gateway Control Protocol
DTMF: Dual Tone Multi Frequency
USSD: Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
PSTN:Public Switched Telephone Network
STUN: Simple Traversal of UDP over NAT
IVR: Interactive Voice Response
IMSI: International Mobile Subscriber Identification Number
IMEI: International Mobile Equipment Identity
DMZ: Demilitarized Zone
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