NeoGate TA400/800 User Manual

NeoGate TA400/800
User Manual
Version 41.18.0.8
Yeastar Information Technology Co. Ltd
NeoGate TA400/800 User Manual
Table of Contents
Introduction .....................................................................................4
Part I. Configuration Guide ...............................................................5
1. Login ............................................................................................5
2. Status ...........................................................................................7
2.1 System Status ............................................................................ 7
2.1.1 Port Status ........................................................................... 7
2.1.2 Network status...................................................................... 8
2.1.3 System Info .......................................................................... 8
2.2 Reports ..................................................................................... 9
2.2.1 Call Logs .............................................................................. 9
2.2.2 System Logs ......................................................................... 9
2.2.3 Packet Tool ..........................................................................10
3. System ....................................................................................... 10
3.1 Network Preferences ..................................................................11
3.1.1 LAN Settings ........................................................................11
3.1.2 Service ...............................................................................12
3.1.3 VLAN Settings ......................................................................12
3.1.4 VPN Settings........................................................................14
3.1.5 DDNS Settings .....................................................................15
3.1.6 Static Route .........................................................................15
3.2 Security Center..........................................................................16
3.2.1 Security Center ....................................................................16
3.2.2 Alert settings .......................................................................18
3.2.3 AMI Settings ........................................................................20
3.2.4 Certificates ..........................................................................21
3.2.5 Firewall Rules.......................................................................22
3.2.6 IP Blacklist ..........................................................................23
3.3 System Preferences....................................................................24
3.3.1 Password settings .................................................................24
3.3.2 Date and Time .....................................................................25
3.3.3 Email Settings ......................................................................25
3.3.4 Auto Provision Settings..........................................................26
3.3.5 Firmware Update ..................................................................29
3.3.6 Backup and Restore ..............................................................29
3.3.6 Reset and Reboot .................................................................30
4. Gateway ..................................................................................... 31
4.1 FXS Port List .............................................................................31
4.1.1 FXS Port List ........................................................................31
4.1.2 Hunt Group .........................................................................37
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4.2 VoIP Settings ............................................................................39
4.2.1 VoIP Server Settings .............................................................39
4.2.2 Dial Pattern Template ............................................................42
4.2.3 SIP Settings.........................................................................43
4.2.4 IAX Settings ........................................................................49
4.3 Gateway Settings .......................................................................50
4.3.1 General Preferences ..............................................................50
4.3.2 Feature Codes ......................................................................50
4.3.3 Speed Dial Settings ..............................................................53
4.4 Audio Settings ...........................................................................53
4.4.1 Custom Prompts ...................................................................53
4.4.2 Music on Hold Prompts ..........................................................54
4.4.3 System Prompts Settings .......................................................55
4.5 Advanced Settings .....................................................................56
4.5.1 Tone Zone Settings ...............................................................56
4.5.2 RADIUS Settings ..................................................................58
Part II. Basic Operations ................................................................ 59
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
NeoGate TA Voice Menu ..............................................................59
Inter-port Call ...........................................................................60
Call Hold ...................................................................................60
Call Waiting ...............................................................................60
Call Transfer ..............................................................................61
Direct IP Call .............................................................................61
Change NeoGate TA’s IP Address Using Analog Phones ....................62
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Introduction
NeoGate TA400/800 FXS Analog VoIP Gateways are cutting-edge products that
connect legacy telephones, fax machines and PBX systems with IP telephony
networks and IP-based PBX systems. Featuring rich functionalities and easy
configuration, NeoGate TA is ideal for small and medium enterprises that wish to
integrate a traditional phone system into IP-based system. NeoGate TA helps
them to preserve previous investment on legacy telephone system and reduce
communication costs significantly with the true benefits of VoIP.
Features
● 4/8 FXS ports
● Fully compliant with SIP and IAX2
● Dial Pattern of outgoing calls
● Hunt Group
● Configurable VoIP Server templates
● Reliable fax performance with T.38
● 3-party Conference
● Inter-port Calling
● Call Hold
● Blind Transfer
● Attended Transfer
● Support RADIUS protocol
For more information, please click:
http://www.yeastar.com/Products/Products.asp#NeoGateTA
For more information about the NeoGate TA hardware specification and how to
install the NeoGate TA, please refer to the document below:
http://www.yeastar.com/download/PartI_NeoGate_TA_FXS_Gateway_Installat
ion_Guide_en.pdf
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Part I. Configuration Guide
1. Login
The NeoGate TA attempts to contact a DHCP server in your network to obtain
valid network settings (e.g., the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway
address and DNS address) by default.
Please enable DHCP Server in your network to obtain the NeoGate IP address.
How to check NeoGate TA IP address:
1. Pick up the analog phone, then access the voice menu prompt by dialing
“***”.
2. Dial "1" to check the IP address.
3. Dial "2" for web access address.
Logging On:
After entering the IP address in the web browser, users will see a log-in screen.
Check the default settings below:
Username: admin
Password: password
In this example, the IP address is 192.168.3.159, the model is TA400.
Figure 1-1 NeoGate TA Login page
Click "Login" to get the welcome page.
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Figure 1-2 Login NeoGate TA
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2. Status
Click
to check the status of NeoGate TA, including the system status
and the detailed reports.
2.1 System Status
In this page, we can check the status of the system, including trunk status,
network status and system information.
2.1.1 Port Status
Figure 2-1 FXS Port Status
NeoGate TA Status Description:
Port Status:
Up/Down
Description
Up
The FXS module works well.
Down
The FXS module is broken.
Voice Mail (New/Old)
Showing the number of unread voicemail and old voicemail.
*Only when the FXS port is registered as one of the VoIP Server’s accounts,
can you see the voice mail status.
Status:
Status
OK
Description
Successful registration, trunk is ready for use
Unreachable
The trunk is unreachable.
Request Send
Registering.
Waiting for authentication
Wrong password or user name.
Failed
Trunk registration failed.
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Off-hook/On-hook
Hook
Description
On Hook
The FXS port is idle.
Off Hook
The FXS port is busy.
2.1.2 Network status
In this page, the IP address of LAN port will appear with their status.
Figure 2-2 Network Status
If your VLAN or VPN are configured, you can check the status in this page also.
2.1.3 System Info
In this page, we can check the hardware/firmware version, or the disk usage of
NeoGate TA.
Figure 2-3 System Info
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2.2 Reports
In this page, we can check the call detailed log, system log, and use the packet
tool to debug the system when needed.
2.2.1 Call Logs
The call log captures all call details, including call time, caller number, callee
number, call type, call duration, etc. An administrator can search and filter call
data by call date, caller/callee, trunk, duration, billing duration, status, or
communication type.
Figure 2-4 Call Logs
2.2.2 System Logs
You can download and delete the system logs of NeoGate TA.
Figure 2-5 System Logs
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Options
·Enable Hardware Log
Save the information of hardware; (up to 4 log files)
·Enable Normal Log
Save the prompt information; (up to 16 log files)
·Enable Web Log
Save the history of web operations (up to 2 log files)
·Enable Debug Log
Save debug information (up to 2 log files)
2.2.3 Packet Tool
This feature is used to capture packets for technician. Integrate packet capture
tool “Wireshark” in NeoGate.
Users also could specify the destination IP address and port to get the packets.
·IP
Specify the destination IP address to get the packets.
·Port
Specify the destination Port to get the packets.
3. System
Click
to access. In this page, we can configure the network settings,
security settings and some system preferences.
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3.1 Network Preferences
3.1.1 LAN Settings
Figure 3-1 Static IP Address Mode
Table 3-1 Description of LAN Settings
Items
Hostname
Static IP Address
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
IP Address2
Subnet Mask2
Description
Set the host name for NeoGate TA
Set the NeoGate TA’s IP address as a static IP
Set the IP Address for NeoGate TA. It is recommended that
you configure a static IP address for NeoGate TA.
Set the subnet mask for NeoGate TA
Set the gateway for NeoGate TA
Set the primary DNS for NeoGate TA.
Set the secondary DNS for NeoGate TA
Set the second IP Address for NeoGate TA
Set the second subnet mask for NeoGate TA
Figure 3-2 DHCP Mode
Select DHCP mode to get network automatically from the local network.
Figure 3-3 PPPoE
Fill in user name and password to access the Internet via PPPoE.
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3.1.2 Service
The administrator can manage all the access methods on NeoGate TA on the
"Service" page.
Figure 3-4 Service Settings
Table 3-2 Description of Service Settings
Items
SSH
FTP
TFTP
HTTP
HTTPS
Description
By using SSH, you can log in to NeoGate and run commands.
It's disabled by default. We don't recommend enabling it if
not needed.
The default port for SSH is 8022;
FTP access;
The default port is 21.
TFTP access;
The default port is 23.
HTTP web access;
The default port is 80.
HTTPS web access, it is disabled by default, and you can
enable it to get safer web access.
3.1.3 VLAN Settings
A VLAN (Virtual LAN) is a logical local area network (or LAN) that extends
beyond a single traditional LAN to a group of LAN segments, given specific
configurations.
Note:
NeoGate TA is not the VLAN server, a 3-layer switch is still needed, please
configure the VLAN information there first, then input the details in NeoGate TA,
so that the packages via NeoGate TA will be added the VLAN label before
sending to that switch.
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Figure 3-5 VLAN Settings
Table 3-3 Description of VLAN Settings
Items
NO.1
VLAN Number
VLAN IP Address
VLAN Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
NO.2
VLAN Number
Description
Click the NO.1 you can edit the first VLAN over LAN
The VLAN Number is a unique value you assign to each
VLAN on a single device
Set the IP Address for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN.
Set the Subnet Mask for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN.
Set the Default Gateway for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN
Click the NO.2 you can edit the first VLAN over LAN.
The VLAN Number is a unique value you assign to each
VLAN on a single device.
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VLAN IP Address
Set the IP Address for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN.
VLAN Subnet Mask
Set the Subnet Mask for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN.
Default Gateway
Set the Default Gateway for NeoGate TA VLAN over LAN.
3.1.4 VPN Settings
A virtual private network (VPN) is a method of computer networking typically
using the public internet that allows users to privately share information
between remote locations, or between a remote location and a business' home
network. A VPN can provide secure information transport by authenticating
users, and encrypting data to prevent unauthorized persons from reading the
information transmitted. The VPN can be used to send any kind of network
traffic securely. NeoGate TA supports OpenVPN.
Figure 3-6 VPN Settings
·Enable VPN
·Import VPN Config
Import configuration file of OpenVPN.
Notes:
1. Don't configure “user” and “group” in the “config” file. You can get the config
package from the OpenVPN provider.
2. NeoGate TA works as VPN client mode only.
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3.1.5 DDNS Settings
DDNS (Dynamic DNS) is a method / protocol / network service that provides the
capability for a networked device, such as a router or computer system using
the Internet Protocol Suite, to notify a Domain Name System (DNS) name
server to change, in real time, the active DNS configuration of its configured
hostnames, addresses or other information.
Figure 3-7 DDNS Settings
Table 3-4 Description of DDNS Settings
Items
DDNS Server
User Name
Password
Host Name
Description
Select the DDNS server you sign up for service.
User name the DDNS server provides you.
User account’s password.
The host name you have got from the DDNS server
Note: DDNS allows you to access your network using domain names instead of
IP address. The service manages changing IP address and updates your domain
information dynamically. You must sign up for service through dyndns.org,
freedns.afraid.org, www.no-ip.com, www.zoneedit.com.
3.1.6 Static Route
NeoGate TA will have more than one Internet connection in some situations but
it has only one default gateway. You will need to set some Static Route for
NeoGate TA to force it to go out through different gateway when accessing to
different internet.
The default gateway priority of NeoGate TA from high to low is VPN/VLAN LAN
port.
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Figure 3-8 Static Route
1) Route Table
The current route rules of NeoGate TA.
2) Static Route Rules
You can add new static route rules here.
Table 3-5 Description of Static Route Settings
Items
Destination
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Metric
Interface
Description
The destination network to be accessed to by NeoGate TA.
Specify the destination network portion.
Define which gateway NeoGate TA will go through when
accessing the destination network.
The cost of a route is calculated by using what are called
routing metric. Routing metrics are assigned to routes by
routing protocols to provide measurable statistic which can
be used to judge how useful (how low cost) a route is.
Define which internet port to go through.
3.2 Security Center
3.2.1 Security Center
You can check NeoGate TA security configuration in “Security Center” page. And
also, you can enter the relevant security settings page rapidly.
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Firewall:
Figure 3-9 Firewall
In the “Firewall” tab, you can check firewall configuration and alert settings. You
can enter the configuration page directly by clicking the relevant button.
Service:
Figure 3-10 Service
In “Service” tab, you can check AMI /SSH/FTP/TFTP/HTTP/HTTPS status. You
can enter the configuration page directly by clicking the relevant button.
Port:
Figure 3-11 Port
In “Port” tab, you can check SIP port, HTTP port and HTTPS port. You can also
enter the relevant page by clicking the button in “Setting” column.
We recommend changing the default port for security.
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3.2.2 Alert settings
If the device is under attack, the system will alert users via call or E-mail.
The attack modes include IP attack and Web Login.
Figure 3-12 Alert Settings
1. IPATTACK
When the system is attacked by IP address, the firewall will add the IP to auto
IP Blacklist and notify the user if it matches the protection rule.
1) Phone Notification Settings
Table 3-6 Description of Phone Notification Settings
Items
PHONE Notification
Number
Attempts
Interval
Prompt
Description
Whether to enable phone notification or not.
The numbers could be set for alert notification; users can
setup multiple extension and outbound phone numbers.
Please separate them by “;”.
Example: “500;9911”, if the extension has configured
Follow Me Settings, the call would go to the forwarded
number directly.
The attempts to dial a phone number when there is no
answer.
The interval between each attempt to dial the phone
number. Must be longer than 3 seconds, the default value
is 60 seconds.
Users will hear the prompt while receiving the phone
notification.
2) E-mail Notification Settings
Note: Please ensure that all voicemail settings are properly configured on the
System Settings -> Voicemail Settings page before using this feature.
Table 3-7 Description of E-mail Notification Settings
Items
E-mail Notification
Recipient’s Name
Description
Whether to enable E-mail Notification or not.
The recipients for the alert notification, and multiple email
addresses are allowed, please separate them by “;”.
E.g. jerry@yeastar.com;jason@yeastar.com,456@sina.com
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Subject
The subject of the alert email.
Text content supports predefined variables. Variable names and
corresponding instructions are as follows:
Email Content
gateway hostname:$(HOSTNAME)
attack source ip address:$(SOURCEIP)
attack dest mac:$(DESTMAC)
attack source port:$(DESTPORT)
attack source protocol:$(PROTOCOL)
attack occurred:$(DATETIME)
Figure 3-13 IP ATTACK Alert
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2. WEBLOGIN
Web Login Alert Notification: entering the wrong password consecutively for
five times when logging in NeoGate TA Web interface will be deemed as an
attack, the system will limit the IP login within 10 minutes and notify the user.
Figure 3-14 WEBLOGIN Alert
3.2.3 AMI Settings
The Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI) is a system monitoring and management
interface provided by Asterisk. It allows live monitoring of events that occur in
the system, as well enabling you to request that Asterisk perform some action.
The actions that are available are wide-ranging and include things such as
returning status information and originating new calls. Many interesting
applications have been developed on top of Asterisk that take advantage of the
AMI as their primary interface to Asterisk.
There are two main types of messages on the Asterisk Manager Interface:
manager events and manager actions.
The 3rd party software can work with NeoGate TA using AMI interface. It is
disabled by default. If necessary, you can enable it.
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Figure 3-15 AMI Settings
Username & password: after enabling AMI, you can use this username and
password to log in NeoGate TA AMI.
Permitted "IP address/Subnet mask": you can set which IP can log in
NeoGate TA AMI interface.
3.2.4 Certificates
NeoGate TA can support TLS trunk. Before you register TLS trunk to NeoGate TA,
you should upload certificates first.
Figure 3-16 Certificates
Trusted Certificate
This certificate is a CA certificate. When selecting “TLS Verify Client” as “Yes”,
you should upload a CA. The relevant IPPBX should also have this certificate.
Gateway Certificate
This certificate is server certificate. No matter selecting “TLS Verify Client”
as “Yes” or “NO”, you should upload this certificate to NeoGate TA. If IPPBX
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enables “TLS Verify server”, you should also upload this certificate on IPPBX.
3.2.5 Firewall Rules
Figure 3-17 Firewall Rules
1) General Settings
Table 3-8 Description of Firewall General Settings
Items
Enable Firewall
Disable Ping
Drop All
Description
Enable the firewall to protect the device. You should reboot
the device to make the firewall run.
Enable this item to drop net ping from remote hosts.
When you enable “Drop All” feature, the system will drop all
packets or connection from other hosts if there are no other
rules defined. To avoid locking the devices, at least
one “TCP” accept common rule must be created for port
used for SSH access, port used for HTTP access and port
sued for CGI access.
2) Common Rules
There is no default rule; you can create one as required.
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Figure 3-18 Common Rule
Table 3-9 Description of Common Rule Settings
Items
Name
Description
Protocol
Port
IP
MAC
Address
Action
Description
A name for this rule, e.g. “HTTP”.
Simple description for this rule. E.g. Accept the specific host to
access the web interface for configuration.
The protocols for this rule.
Initial port should be on the left and end port should be on the
right. The end port must be equal to or greater than start port.
The IP address for this rule. The format of IP address is: IP/mask
E.g. 192.168.5.100/255.255.255.255 for IP 192.168.5.100
E.g. 192.168.5.0/255.255.255.0 for IP from 192.168.5.0 to
192.168.5.255 .
The format of MAC Address is XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, X means 0~9
or A~F in hex, the A~F are not case sensitive.
Accept: Accept the access from remote hosts.
Drop: Drop the access from remote hosts.
Ignore: Ignore the access.
Note: The MAC address will be changed when it’s a remote device, so it will not
be working to filter using MAC for remote devices.
3.2.6 IP Blacklist
You can set some packets accept speed rules here. When an IP address which
hasn’t been accepted in common rules sends packets faster than the allowed
speed, it will be set as a black IP address and be blocked automatically.
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Figure 3-19 IP Blacklist
1) Blacklist rules
We can add the rules for IP blacklist rate as demanded.
Figure 3-20 Auto Blacklist Rule
Table 3-10 Description of Auto Blacklist Rule Settings
Items
Port
Protocol
IP Packets
Time interval
Description
Auto defense port
Auto defense protocol. TCP or UDP.
Allowed IP packets number in the specific time interval.
The time interval to receive IP packets. For example, IP
packets 90, time interval 60 means 90 IP packets are
allowed in 60 seconds.
2) IP blacklist
The blocked IP address will display here, you can edit or delete it as you wish.
3.3 System Preferences
In this page, we can set other system preferences, like the password for admin
account, system date and time, firmware update, backup and restore, reset and
reboot.
3.3.1 Password settings
The default password is “password”. To change the password, enter the new
password and click "Save". The system will then prompt you to re-login using
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your new password.
Figure 3-21 Password Settings
3.3.2 Date and Time
Set the date and time for NeoGate TA.
Figure 3-22 Date & Time
Table 3-11 Description of Date & Time Settings
Items
Time Zone
Daylight Saving Time
Automatically Synchronize
With an Internet Time Server
Set Date & Time Manually
Description
You can choose your time zone here.
Set the mode to Automatic or disabled.
Input the NTP server so that NeoGate TA will
update the time automatically.
You can set the time to your local time manually
here.
3.3.3 Email Settings
To send the system alert to email address, please configure the Email settings
first, and make sure SMTP test is successful.
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Figure 3-23 Email Settings
Table 3-12 Description of SMTP Settings
Items
E-mail Address
Password
SMTP Server
Port
Use SSL/TLS to send
secure message to server
Description
The E-mail Address that NeoGate TA will use to
send voicemail.
The password for the email address used above
The IP address or hostname of an SMTP server that
the NeoGate TA will connect to in order to send
voicemail
messages
via
email,
i.e.
mail.yourcompany.com.
SMTP Port: the default value is 25.
If the server of sending email needs to
authenticate the sender, you need to enable this
Note: Must be selected for Gmail or exchange
server.
After filling out the above information, you can click on the “Test Account
Settings” button to check whether the setup is OK.
1) If the test is successful, you can use the email safely.
2) If test failed, please check if the above information is correct or if the network
is proper.
3.3.4 Auto Provision Settings
This feature is used along with MyPBX "NeoGate Provisioning". Users can
configure NeoGate TA on MyPBX "NeoGate Provisioning" page.
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Figure 3-24 MyPBX NeoGate Provisioning
Add NeoGate
Click “Add NeoGate” and fill in the corresponding information in the pop-up
window.
Figure 3-25 General Settings
1) General
·MAC Address
Fill in the MAC address of the NeoGate.
·MAC Address
Select the NeoGate Type.
.Label
Fill in the name of the NeoGate.
·Key as Send
Configure a key as the send key, you can choose #, * or disable this feature.
2) Codecs
In this page, you can set the codecs for the NeoGate.
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Figure 3-26 Codec Settings
3) LAN Settings
Configure the network of NeoGate on this page.
Figure 3-27 LAN Settings
4) Extensions
Configure each line of NeoGate.
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Figure 3-28 Extensions Settings
Two Methods are supported for NeoGate provision: PnP and DHCP.
If DHCP method is selected, you should enable DHCP Server on MyPBX (System
→ Network Preferences→DHCP Server).
Figure 3-29 NeoGate TA Gateway Auto Provision
3.3.5 Firmware Update
Firmware upgrading is possible through the Administrator Web interface using a
TFTP Server or an HTTP URL.
Enter your TFTP Server IP address and firmware file location, then click "Start"
to update the firmware
Notes:
1. If “Reset configuration to Factory Defaults” is enabled, the system will restore
to factory default settings.
2. When updating the firmware, please don’t turn off the power. Or the system
will get damaged.
Figure 3-30 Firmware Update
3.3.6 Backup and Restore
We can back up the configurations before resetting NeoGate TA to factory
defaults, and then restore it on this package.
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Figure 3-31 Backup and Restore
Notes:
1. Only configurations, custom prompts will be backed up.
2. If you have updated the firmware version, it’s not recommended to restore
using old package.
3.3.6 Reset and Reboot
We can reset or reboot NeoGate TA directly in this page.
Figure 3-32 Reset and Reboot
·Reboot System
Warning: Rebooting the system will terminate all active calls!
·Reset to Factory Defaults
Warning: A factory reset will erase all configuration data on the system.
Please do not turn off the system until the RUN light begins blinking. Any power
interruption during this time could cause damage to the system.
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4. Gateway
Click
to access the gateway configuration page. Users can configure
the details of FXS ports, VoIP settings, gateway settings and advanced settings.
4.1 FXS Port List
4.1.1 FXS Port List
All the FXS ports are listed here. You can edit each FXS port by clicking the "Edit"
button. Batch editing the FXS ports number and batch editing FXS ports are
available.
Figure 4-1 FXS Port List
1) Edit the FXS port
Click "Edit" button
to configure the FXS port.
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Figure 4-2 Edit FXS Port
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> General
Table 4-1 Description of FXS Port General Settings
Items
General
VoIP Serer
Template
Port
Description
The corresponding port.
Number
User account number.
Primary Server
Choose the Primary VoIP server, where the
account will be registered.
Failover Server
Choose the failover server for the account.
This server will be used if the primary server
is unavailable.
User Name
Username of the account. Used for VoIP
trunk registration. The user name should be
entered if the "Enable Register" is checked
on the VoIP Server.
Authentication
Name
Used
for
SIP
authentication.
The
authentication name should be entered if
"Enable Register" is checked on the VoIP
Server.
Password
Password of the SIP account. The password
should be entered if "Enable Register" is
checked on the VoIP Server.
From User
All outgoing calls from this SIP Trunk will use
the "From User" (in this case the account
name for SIP Registration) in From Header of
the SIP Invite package. Keep this field blank
if not needed.
Online Number
Define the online number that expected
by “Skype Connect” and some other SIP
service providers. Leave this field blank if not
needed.
Dial Pattern Template
The account will be allowed to make
outbound calls according to the selected
template.
Enable Hotline
Select whether to use Hotline or not. Hotline
is disabled by default. If this feature is
enabled, the system will dial out the hotline
number automatically after off-hook.
Hotline
Number
Set the number to dial out automatically
after off-hook.
Delay Dial
Define how long to make Hotline take effect
after you pick up the phone.
Hotline
Flash
Sets the amount of time, in milliseconds,
that a hook flash must remain depressed in
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order for the system to consider it as a valid
flash event.
Default: 1000ms.
Call Duration Setting
Set up the max cull duration for every call of
this user, but it’s only valid for outbound
calls. Enter “0” or leave this blank empty, the
value would be equal to the max call duration
configured in the General Preferences
settings page.
Note: This setting will not be valid for
internal calls.
> Other Settings
Figure 4-3 FXS Port Other Settings
Table 4-2 Description of FXS Port Other Settings
Items
Call
Waiting
Description
Check this option if the extension should have Call Waiting
capability. If this option is checked, the “When busy” follow me
options will not be available.
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DND
Don’t Disturb. When DND is enabled for an extension, the
extension will not be available.
Ring Out
Check this option if you want to customize the ring time. Ring tone
will stop over the time defined.
Follow me
Call forwarding for an extension can be configured here. You can
also configure call forwarding to a hunt group.
Prompt: whether the prompt is played or not when the call is
transfered.
Music On Hold: choose the on hold music.
Volume
Settings
Settings for the FXS port volume.
Rxgain: adjust receive gain.
Txgain: adjust transmit gain.
Caller ID
Settings
Select the type of caller ID signaling. FSK and DTMF signal is
supported.
Fax
If the FXS port is connected to a Fax machine, this option should
be checked.
MWI
Settings
Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) refers to a special LED on the
analog phone, which indicates the voice mail status. There are
three lighting methods supported on NeoGate TA gateway: neon,
FSK and Polarity. Choose the lighting method according to your
phone. NeoGate TA gateway will light the lamp up once receiving
a new message; the lamp will goes off if there is no unread voice
mail.
Ploarity
Settings
A polarity signal is required on some systems for reverse polarity
billing. Select if reverse polarity signal is activated on this FXS
port. It is not activated by default.
Polarity Answer: Whether to send polarity signal while picking
up the phone.
Polarity Hangup: Whether to send polarity signal while hanging
up the phone.
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2) Batch Edit Number of FXS Ports
Select the FXS ports, and click the button "Modify Number of the selected Port"
, you can modify the number of the FXS
ports in bulk.
Figure 4-4 Batch Edit Number of FXS Ports
3) Batch Edit FXS Ports
You can also modify the selected FXS ports in bulk by clicking the button "Modify
the selected Port"
.
Check the options that you want to edit. Options that are not checked and
modified will remain the default settings.
Figure 4-5 Batch Edit FXS ports
3) Batch Reset FXS Ports
You can reset the selected FXS ports in bulk by clicking the button "Reset the
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selected Port"
. The settings for the FXS ports will back
to the default.
4.1.2 Hunt Group
Hunt group is a feature that allows a call reaching multiple FXS ports. The FXS
ports will act as a single group, called a hunt group. The number of hunt groups
is limited by the number of ports each NeoGate TA model has. For example,
there are 24 hunt groups on NeoGate TA2400.
Hunt group will be chosen when configuring the FXS port "Follow Me". The hunt
group will work when a call reaches the FXS port associated user which is busy
or no answer.
Figure 4-6 Hunt Group
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Figure 4-7 Set Hount Group on "FXS Port" Page
There are 3 strategies for hunt group on NeoGate TA.
•
Simultaneous
All the FXS users will ring at the same time.
•
Circular
In circular hunting, the calls are processed "round-robin". If a call is delivered to
FXS port1, the next call will go to 2, the next to 3. The succession throughout
each of the FXS users even if one of the previous local users becomes free.
When the end of the hunting group is reached, the hunting starts over at the
first local users.
•
Linear
Linear hunting is also referred to serial hunting. In linear hunting, calls are
always delivered to the first FXS users, unless it is busy, then the second, third,
and so on.
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4.2 VoIP Settings
To integrate with other IPPBX, we need to configure the VoIP settings in
NeoGate TA to set up VoIP trunk (SIP and IAX).
4.2.1 VoIP Server Settings
There are some configurable VoIP(SIP/IAX) Server templates on this page. The
number of VoIP Server templates is the half of FXS ports on NeoGate. The VoIP
server settings help the FXS ports to register to the VoIP server. Once
configured, the templates can be chosen on FXS port setting page.
Two modes are available for the VoIP server, we call them VoIP mode and
SPS(Service Provider SIP)/SPX(Service Provider IAX) mode.
VoIP Mode:
The FXS port will be registered as one the VoIP server's SIP extensions if
"Enable Register" is checked on VoIP Server template.
SPS/SPX Mode:
If "Enable Register" is not checked, the FXS port will be registered as a SPS/SPX
trunk to the VoIP Server. One SPS/SPX trunk to NeoGate TA also should be
created on the VoIP Server.
Figure 4-8 VoIP Server
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Figure 4-9 VoIP Server Settings
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> General
Table 4-3 Description of VoIP Server General Settings
Items
Server ID
Server Name
Type
Enabel Register
Transport
Hostname/IP
Domain
Enable Outbound
Proxy Server
Description
The ID for the VoIP server template.
The name for the VoIP server template.
Choose the type of the VoIP server, SIP or IAX.
Do not check "Enable Register", if you want to register the
FXS port as a Service Provider SIP (IAX) trunk to the VoIP
Server. One Service Provider SIP (IAX) trunk to NeoGate TA
also should be created on the VoIP Server.
Check "Enable Register" if you want to register the FXS port
as an extension of the VoIP server. You will need to enter the
relevant user name, password, etc in the FXS port page
when using this template.
This will be the transport method used by the SIP Trunk. This
method is given by the SIP trunk provider. The options are
UDP (default), TCP ,and TLS.
VoIP server hostname or IP address. 5060 is the standard
port number used by SIP protocol. Don’t change this part if it
is not required.
VoIP server hostname. An IP address also can be filled here.
A proxy that receives requests from a client. Even though it
may not be the server resolved by the Request-URI.
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Figure 4-10 VoIP Server Advanced Settings
Table 4-4 Description of VoIP Server Advanced Settings
Items
Enable SRTP
Qualify
Caller ID
Maxmum Channels
Realm
Authenticating
Incoming Call
DTMF Mode
Codec
Description
Define if SRTP is enabled for this VoIP server.
Send check alive packets to the SIP provider.
Specify the caller ID to use when making outbound calls
over this VoIP server.
Control the maximum number of simultaneous calls. Set
as 0 to specify no maximum.
Realm is a string to be displayed to users so they know
which username and password to use.
When an incoming call reaches TA device and sends
INVITE packet to TA, TA responds 401, but the Realm info
in 401 Response does not match the Realm set on TA VoIP
Server, the provider will refuse to authenticate. If you set
this option to No, TA will not reply a 401 Response to the
provider to authenticate the incoming call.
Set default mode for sending DTMF of this trunk. Default
setting: rfc2833
Define the codec for this sip trunk and its priority
4.2.2 Dial Pattern Template
Dial pattern template specifying how to route the calls from FXS ports to VoIP
server extensions or external numbers. The number of dial pattern templates is
limited by the number of ports each NeoGate TA model has.
Figure 4-11 Dial Pattern Template
Table 4-5 Description of Dial Pattern Template Settings
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Items
Description
Template ID
The ID for this template.
Template Name A name for this template.
Calls from the FXS port should match the dial pattern set on
this template, or the call cannot be established. Hover the
Dial Pattern
pointer over
to read tips.
Strip
Allows the user to specify the number of digits that will be
stripped from the front of the phone number before the call is
placed.
Prepend
The digits will be appended to the phone number before the
call is placed.
DTMF Mode
Set default mode for sending DTMF of this trunk. Default
setting: rfc2833.
Codec
Define the codec for this sip trunk and its priority.
4.2.3 SIP Settings
This is the SIP settings in NeoGate, including General settings, NAT, Codecs, Qos,
Response Code, T.38, and advanced settings.
1) General
Figure 4-12 SIP General Settings
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Table 4-6 Description of SIP General Settings
Items
UDP Port
Enable Random Port
Random Port Update
Interval
TCP Port
TLS Port
Description
Port used for SIP registrations. The default is 5060.
Enable or Disable Random SIP port.
Set the Random Port Update Interval.
Port used for SIP registrations. The default is 5060.
Port used for SIP registrations. The default is 5061.
TLS Verify Server
When using NeoGate TA as a TLS client, whether or
not to verify server’s certificate. It is “No” by
default.
TLS Verify Client
When using NeoGate TA as a TLS server, whether or
not to verify client’s certificate. It is “No” by default.
TLS Ignore Common
Name
Set this parameter as “No”, then common name
must be the same with IP or domain name.
TLS Client Method
When using NeoGate TA as TLS client, specify the
protocol for outbound TLS connections. You can
select it as tlsv1, sslv2 or sslv3.
RTP Port Start
Beginning of the RTP port range.
RTP Port End
End of the RTP port range.
DTMF Mode
Set the default mode for sending DTMF. Default
setting: rfc2833
Max
Registration/Subscription
Time
Maximum duration (in seconds) of
registration. The default is 3600 seconds.
a
SIP
Min
Registration/Subscription
Time
Minimum duration (in seconds) of a SIP registration.
The default is 60 seconds.
Default
Incoming/Outgoing
Registration Time
Default Incoming/Outgoing Registration Time: the
default duration (in seconds) of incoming/outgoing
registration.
Register Attempts
The number of SIP REGISTER messages to send to a
SIP Registrar before giving up. The default is 0 (no
limit).
Register Timeout
Number of seconds to wait for a response from a SIP
Registrar before classifying the register has timed
out. The default is 20 seconds.
Calling Channel Codec
Priority
Once enabled, when dialing out via SIP/SPS trunks,
the codec of calling channel will be selected
preferentially. If not, NeoGate TA will follow the
priority order in your SIP/SPS trunks.
Video Support
Support SIP video or no. The default is yes.
Max Bit Rate
Configure the max bit rate for video stream. The
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default: 384kb/s.
DNS SRV Look Up
Please enable this option when your SIP trunk
contains more than one IP address.
User Agent
To change the user agent parameter of asterisk, the
default is “NeoGate TA”; you can change it if
needed.
2) NAT
Figure 4-13 NAT Settings
Table 4-7 Description of SIP General Settings
Items
Enable STUN
STUN Address
External IP
Address
External Host
External
Refresh
Interval
Description
STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP through NATs) is a protocol for
assisting devices behind a NAT firewall or router with their packet
routing.
The STUN server allows clients to find out their public address, the
type of NAT they are behind and the internet side port associated by
the NAT with a particular local port. This information is used to set up
UDP communication between the client and the VOIP provider and so
establish a call.
The IP address that will be associated with outbound SIP messages if
the system is in a NAT environment.
Alternatively you can specify an external host, and the system will
perform DNS queries periodically.
This setting is only required when your public IP address is not static.
It is recommended that a static public IP address is used with this
system. Please contact your ISP for more information.
Used to identify the local network using a network number/subnet
mask pair when the system is behind a NAT or firewall.
Some examples of this are as follows:
“192.168.0.0/255.255.0.0”: All RFC 1918 addresses are local
networks;
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“10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0”: Also RFC1918;
“172.16.0.0/12”:Another RFC1918 with CIDR notation;
“169.254.0.0/255.255.0.0”: Zero conf local network.
Please refer to RFC1918 for more information.
NAT Mode
Global NAT configuration for the system; the options for this setting
are as follows:
Yes = Use NAT. Ignore address information in the SIP/SDP headers
and reply to the sender's IP address/port.
No = Use NAT mode only according to RFC3581.
Never = Never attempt NAT mode or RFC3581 support.
Route = Use NAT but do not include rport in headers.
Allow RTP
Reinvite
By default, the system will route media steams from SIP endpoints
through itself. Enabling this option causes the system to attempt to
negotiate the endpoints to route packets to each other directly,
bypassing the system. It is not always possible for the system to
negotiate endpoint-to-endpoint media routing.
3) Codecs
We can choose the allowed codec in NeoGate TA, a codec is a compression or
decompression algorithm that used in the transmission of voice packets over a
network or the Internet. For more information about codec, you can refer to this
page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_codecs
Figure 4-14 Codecs
If you want to use codec G729, we recommend buying a license key and input
it here.
4) Qos
QoS (Quality of Service) is a major issue in VoIP implementations. The issue is
how to guarantee that packet traffic for a voice or other media connection will
not be delayed or dropped due interference from other lower priority traffic.
When the network capacity is insufficient, QoS could provide priority to users by
setting the value.
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Figure 4-15 Qos
Note: It’s recommended that you configure the QoS in your router or switch
instead of NeoGate side.
5) Response Code
You can change the response code on NeoGate TA to the one you want before
sending it to the VoIP server. It helps the VoIP server understands better the
exact call status, like busy, no response and others.
Figure 4-16 Response Code
Note: We don’t’ recommend configuing this if you are not familiar with the code
of call status from the VoIP server.
6) T.38
Settings on this page is for the purpose of improving receiving and sending T.38
FAX.
Figure 4-17 T.38 Settings
Table 4-8 Description of T.38 Settings
Items
Description
Re-invite SDP Not Add T.38 If set to Yes, SDP in re-invite packet will not add
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Attributes
T.38 attributes.
Error Correction
Re-invite SDP T38FaxUdpEc.
T.38 Max Bit Rate
Set T38 Max Bit Rate.
7) Advanced Settings
Figure 4-18 SIP Advanced Settings
Table 4-9 Description of SIP Advanced Settings
Items
From Field
To Field
180 Ringing
Remote Party ID
Allow Guest
Pedantic
Alwaysauthreject
Session-timers
Session-expires
Session-minse
Session-refresher
Description
Where to get the caller ID in SIP packet.
Where to get the DID in SIP packet.
It is set when the telecom provider needs.
Usually it is not needed.
Whether to send Remote-Party-ID on SIP
header or not. Default: no.
Whether to allow anonymous registration
extension or not. Default: no. It’s
recommended that it is disabled for security
reason.
Enable pedantic parameter. Default: no.
If enabled, when NeoGate TA rejects “Register”
or “Invite” packets, NeoGate TA always
respond the packets using “SIP404 NOT
FOUND”. It’s recommended that it is enabled
for security reason.
Enable session-timer mode, default: yes. If you
find the call is cut off every 15 minutes every
time, please disable this.
The max refresh interval
The min refresh interval, which mustn't be
shorter than 90s.
Choose the session-refresher, the default is
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Uas.
4.2.4 IAX Settings
IAX is the Internal Asterisk Exchange protocol, you can connect to NeoGate TA
or register IAX trunk to another IAX server. It’s supported by the asterisk-based
IPPBX.
Figure 4-19 IAX Settings
Table 4-10 Description of IAX Settings
Items
Bind Port
Description
Port used for IAX2 registrations. Default is 4569.
Low/medium/high with this option you can control
Bandwidth
which codec to be used.
Minimum duration (in seconds) of an IAX2 registration.
Min Registration Time
Default is 60 seconds
Maximum duration (in seconds) of an IAX2
Max Registration Time
registration. Default is 1200 seconds.
Enable the codec you want for IAX communication.
Codecs
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4.3 Gateway Settings
4.3.1 General Preferences
Figure 4-20 General Settings
Table 4-11 Description of General Settings
Items
Ring Timeout
MAX Call Duration
Music On Hold
Key As Send
Enable Jitterbuffer
Jitterbuffer MaxSize
Description
Number of seconds to ring a device before
executing the "Follow me" configurations. This is a
gloable setting for all FXS ports.
The absolute maximum amount of time permitted
for a call. A setting of 0 disables the timeout.
Set hold music for the system.
Set the "#" or "*" to perform as a send key while
dialing. Default is "#".
Forces the use of a jitter buffer on the received side
of a SIP channel. The call quality will be improved if
this option is enabled.
Max length of the jitter buffer. Default is 40
milliseconds
4.3.2 Feature Codes
There are various feature codes on NeoGate TA. The feature codes are used to
acquire the gateway info or activate and inactivate supplementary services. The
default feature codes are illustrated below. The parameters for feature codes
are configurable.
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Figure 4-21 Feature codecs
> General
Table 4-12 Description of General Settings
Items
Default
Internal Call
Prefix
*99
Speed Dial Prefix
*98
Attended
Transfer
*3
Blind Transfer
*03
Direct IP Calling
*96
Check Number
*97
Voice Menu
***
Voice Menu
Password
Settings
123456
Description
Dial the feature code and the FXS port number when
making calls between the analog phones connected to
multiple ports of the NeoGate TA without the use of a
VoIP server.
The prefix number for applying a speed dialing. The
prefix should be added ahead of the speed dial number.
Users may transfer an incoming call by dialing *3 on
their phone.
Users may blind transfer an incoming call by dialing*03
on their phone.
Direct IP calling allows two parties, that is, a FXS Port
with an analog phone and another VoIP Device, to talk
to each other in an ad hoc fashion without a SIP proxy.
The default "Direct IP Calling" feature code is *96.
Users can check the analog phone's number by simply
dialing the "Check Number" feature code on the phone.
The default "Check Number" feature code is *97.
Users may enter the voice prompt menu by pressing
*** on their phone.
The password of voice menu is required before entering
the advanced settings. The default password is 123456.
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> Call Forwarding Preferences
Table 4-13 Description of Call Forwarding Preferences
Items
Default
Reset to Defaults
*70
Enabel Forward All Calls
*71
Disable Forward All Calls
*071
Enable Forward When Busy
*72
Disable Forward When Busy
*072
Enable Forward No Answer
*73
Disable Forward No Answer
*073
Forward to Internal Port
*74
Forward to Number
*75
Forward to Hunt Group
*76
Enable Do Not Disturb
*77
Disable Do Not Disturb
*077
Description
Users may reset all call forwarding defaults
by calling *70 on their phone.
Users may enable always forward by
calling *71 on their phone.
Users may disable always forward by
calling *071 on their phone.
Users may enable busy forward by dialing
*72 on their phone.
Users may disable busy forward by calling
*072 on their phone.
Users may enable no answer forward by
calling *73 on their phone.
Users may disable no answer forward by
calling *073 on their phone.
Users may activate call forwarding to port
by dialing this feature code, followed by
the FXS port number.
Users may activate call forwarding by
dialing this feature code, followed by the
extension or phone number to forward all
calls to this number.
Note: Users may activate Forward to
number by dialing *74 + phone number.
E.g. by dialing *74501, all calls will be
forwarded to extension 501.
Users may forward the call to a hunt group
by calling *75 on their phone.
Activate "Do Not Disturb". Once activated,
the FXS port will reject all incoming calls.
Disable "Do Not Disturb" for the FXS port
by pressing the feature code on the phone.
It will recover normal ringing upon the
arrival of incoming calls.
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4.3.3 Speed Dial Settings
There are 128 configurable Speed Dial templates available on NeoGate TA.
Figure 4-22 Speed Dial
·Source Number
The speed dial number.
·Destination Number
The number you want to call.
E.g. the source number is “1”. The destination number is 93788444. The prefix
number is *98. You can use an extension with any type to dial *981, then it will
call the number 93788444.
Note: Don’t forget to add the dial pattern according to the selected dial pattern
template.
4.4 Audio Settings
4.4.1 Custom Prompts
We can upload the prompts in this page; you can also download it and save it as
a backup.
Figure 4-23 Custom Prompts
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The administrator can upload prompts by doing the following:
1) Click “Upload Prompt”.
2) Click “Browse” to choose the desired prompt.
3) Click “Upload” to upload the selected prompt.
Figure 4-24 Upload A Prompt
Note: The file size must not be larger than 1.8 MB, and the file must be WAV
format:
GSM 6.10 8 kHz, Mono, 1 Kb/s;
Alaw/Ulaw 8 kHz, Mono, 1 Kb/s;
PCM 8 kHz, Mono, 16 Kb/s.
4.4.2 Music on Hold Prompts
In this page, we can upload the music on hold prompts.
Figure 4-25 Music On Hold
The administrator can upload on hold music as follows:
1) Click “Upload Music on Prompt”.
2) Click “Browse” to choose the desired audio file.
3) Click “Upload” to upload the selected file.
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Figure 4-26 Upload Music on Hold Prompt
Note: The file size must not be larger than 1.8 MB, and the file must be WAV
format:
GSM 6.10 8 kHz, Mono, 1 Kb/s;
Alaw/Ulaw 8 kHz, Mono, 1 Kb/s;
PCM 8 kHz, Mono, 16 Kb/s.
4.4.3 System Prompts Settings
There are multilingual system prompts on NeoGate TA. You can download the
appropriate language you need. NeoGate TA can support American English,
Australian English, Chinese, Dutch, French, Canadian French, German, Greek,
Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish,
Mexican Spanish, Turkish, Thai, and Korean currently.
Notes:
1. Auto-detection is highly recommended. But if you prefer to download via
HTTP or TFTP server, please contact the local dealer for the prompts.
2. When update successfully, just click “Apply Changes” on Web then it will take
effect, there is no need to reboot.
Figure 4-27 System Prompts Settings Page
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4.5 Advanced Settings
4.5.1 Tone Zone Settings
Advanced ring tones for all the FXS ports can be configured on this page. There
are pre-grogrammed tone zone settings for some countries and regions. Users
can simply find and select thier country to get tone zone settings for the
gateway.
Figure 4-28 Tone Zone Settings
Users may also configure the tone zone according to the national standard by
selecting "User custom for Tone Zone". Please refer to the document below and
configure the tone zone settings on NeoGate TA:
http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/inr/forms/files/tones-0203.pdf
Figure 4-29 Customize Tones
Table 4-14 Description of Tone Zone Settings
Items
Country
Ring Cadence
Description
Choose the country to get pre-programmed tone zone
settings or choose "User custom for Tone Zone" to configure
the settings manually.
Configuration option for all FXS ports ring cadence for all
incoming calls.
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Dial Tone
Prompt tone of off-hook dial tone.
Ringback Tone
The tone sent to caller when ringing is on.
Busy Tone
Used for busy line prompt.
Call-Waiting Tone
Used for notification in call waiting.
Congestion Tone
Used to indicate that an invalid code has been dialed, or that
all circuits (trunks) are busy and/or the call is unroutable.
2nd Dial Tone
Used for the second stage dial tone.
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4.5.2 RADIUS Settings
NeoGate TA supports RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service)
protocol. RADIUS feature is mainly for billing purpose on NeoGate TA. There are
primary and secondary RADIUS server configurations available. Once the
primary server is unreachale, the RADIUS requests will be sent to the secondary
server.
Figure 4-30
Table 4-15 Description of RADIUS Settings
Items
Enable RADIUS
Primary Server IP
Primary Server Port
Primary Server Key
Secondry Server IP
Secondry Server Port
Secondry Server Key
RADIUS Timeout
RADIUS Retry Times
Description
Enable RADIUS on NeoGate TA.
Set IP address of the primary server.
Default is 1813. Specifies the port to be used for the primary
RADIUS account.
Specifies the key to be used to authenticate the RADIUS
connection to the Primary server. The key is set according to
the RADIUS server.
Set IP address of the primary server. The second sever will
be activated the primary one becomes unusable.
Default is 1813. Specifies the port to be used for the second
RADIUS account.
Specifies the key to be used to authenticate the RADIUS
connection to the second server. The key is set according to
the RADIUS server.
Specifies the number of seconds to wait for a response after
the RADIUS message is sent to the server. Default: 10
seconds.
The retransmission will be performed if there is no response
after the timeout.
Specifies the number of times the RADIUS messages will
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send to the RADIUS server before giving up. Default: 3.
Call Out CDR
Whether to send "Call Out CDR" to RADIUS server or not.
Call In CDR
Whether to send "Call In CDR" to RADIUS server or not.
No Answer CDR
Whether to send "Call Out CDR" to RADIUS server or not.
Part II. Basic Operations
Here are instructions about how to operate on analog phones connected to
NeoGate TA to use some features.
1.
NeoGate TA Voice Menu
NeoGate TA provides a voice menu to guide you to configure the network
settings for the device. You need to press *** on the analog phone which is
connected to NeoGate TA’s FXS port to enter the voice menu.
The default password to enter “Advanced Settings” is 123456. You can change
the password on NeoGate TA Web page.(Gateway→Gateway Settings→Feature
Codes→Voice Menu Password Settings)
Tips:
1. “9” listen to the prompt again.
2. “*” returns to the last menu.
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2.
Inter-port Call
NeoGate TA supports inter-port calls between the phones which are connected
to FXS ports of NeoGate TA. Achieve it by simply pressing the "Internal Call
Extra" feature code (default *99) + the FXS port number on the phone.
Note: You need add digit 0 before the FXS port number if the port number is
between 1 and 9.
For example, to make a call from the phone which is connected to NeoGate TA
FXS port 1 to another phone which is connected to FXS port2, you need to dial
*9902 on the phone.
The user connected to port 16 can be reached by dialing *9916 on the phone.
3.
Call Hold
An active call can be held by pressing "flash" key on the analog phone. Press the
key again to resume the call.
If there is no "flash" key on the phone, you can use "hook flash" (quickly toggle
on-off hook) to hold a call. The call may be disconnected by chance if using
"hook flash".
4.
Call Waiting
If the call waiting is activated for the FXS port, the FXS user who is in a call can
hear a call waiting tone "beep" when there is a new incoming call. The user can
press "hook flash" to toggle between the active call and the incoming call.
Figure 1-1 Enable "Call Waiting" on FXS Port Page
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5.
Call Transfer
Blind transfer and attended transfer are supported on NeoGate TA. Users can
achieve call transfer by pressing the feature code during the call.
Blind Transfer
Default feature code: *03
1. Dial "*03" during the call;
2. Dial the called number after hearing a prompt "transfer";
3. The call will be transferred after the number is dialed.
Attended Transfer
Default feature code: *3
1. Dial "*3" during the call;
2. Dial the called number after hearing a prompt "transfer";
3. Talk to the transfer recipient;
4. The call will be transferred after hanging up.
6.
Three-party Conference
Users can make a three-party conference call on NeoGate TA.
Assuming that A and B are in the call and B wants to invite C to a conference.
Please check the following steps of how to establish a conference.
1. B presses "flash" key or taps hook flash to get a dial tone; A will hear the on
hold music meanwhile;
2. B dials C's number;
3. If C answers the call, then B presses "flash" key or tap hook flash, the
conference will be established, including A, B, and C.
4. If there is no answer on C, A can press "flash" key or tap hook flash to resume
the call with A.
5. C will be ejected if B presses "flash" key or taps flash hook during the
conference call.
7.
Direct IP Call
Direct IP call allows two parties, that is, a FXS Port with an analog phone and
another VoIP Device, to talk to each other in an ad hoc fashion without a SIP
proxy. The default "Direct IP Calling" feature code is *96.
Example:
Target IP address: 192.168.2.123
Destination port:5060
To call the IP phone, you should dial *96192*168*2*123*5060 on the analog
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phone.
8.
Change NeoGate TA’s IP Address Using
Analog Phones
By default, NeoGate TA obtain a dynamic IP address from the DHCP server. You
can change the device’s IP address via the analog phone which is connected to
the FXS port.
There are 3 modes supported on NeoGate TA access the internet.
● DHCP
● Static IP Address
● PPPoE
Here we introduce how to set a static IP address for NeoGate TA.
IP address: 192.168.10.125
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.10.1
DNS: 8.8.8.8
1. Press *** to enter the voice menu.
2. Press 3 to enter the “Advanced Settings”.
3. Enter the password follow by the pound key: 123456# (The default
password is 123456).
4. Press 2 to change the IP address.
5. Press 2 to enable the static IP.
6. Press 1 to change the IP address and follow by the new IP address
(1192*168*10*125).
7. Press 2 to change the subnet mask and follow by the new subnet mask
(2255*255*255*0).
8. Press 3 to change the gateway and follow by the new gateway
(3192*168*10*1).
9. Press 4 to change the dns and follow by the new dns (48*8*8*8).
10. Press 5 to reboot the device.
11. After reboot, you can access the device by the new IP address.
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