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TB400
User Manual
Version 6.10.0.07
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NeoGate TB400 User Manual
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Hardware Specification ................................................................................................... 3
1.1.1 Exterior Appearance................................................................................................. 3
2. SYSTEM SET UP ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Installation of BRI Module. ............................................................................................ 5
2.2 Ethernet Line Connection ............................................................................................... 5
2.3 Power Supply Connection............................................................................................... 5
3. NEOGATE CONFIGURATION................................................................................................. 6
3.1 Manager Login ................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 BRI Settings ....................................................................................................................... 6
3.2.1 Module List .................................................................................................................. 6
3.2.2 BRI Settings ............................................................................................................... 7
3.2.2.1 Basic Settings.................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.2.2 CallerID Prefix Settings .................................................................................................. 8
3.2.2.3 Advanced Settings ........................................................................................................... 8
3.3 VOIP Settings................................................................................................................... 10
3.3.1 SIP Settings .............................................................................................................. 10
3.3.1.1 SIP Account ..................................................................................................................... 10
3.3.1.2 Register to SIP ................................................................................................................ 11
3.3.1.3 Service Provider ............................................................................................................. 12
3.3.1.4 Advanced Setting ........................................................................................................... 12
3.3.2 Advanced Settings .................................................................................................. 13
3.4 Route List .......................................................................................................................... 17
3.4.1 Manage Calling Routes .......................................................................................... 17
3.4.2 DOD List .................................................................................................................... 19
3.4.3 Blacklist...................................................................................................................... 20
3.5 System Settings .............................................................................................................. 20
3.5.1 Options....................................................................................................................... 20
3.5.2 Network Setting ...................................................................................................... 21
3.5.3 Password Settings .................................................................................................. 23
3.5.4 Date and Time ......................................................................................................... 23
3.5.5 Backup and Restore ............................................................................................... 24
3.5.6 Reset and Reboot.................................................................................................... 24
3.5.7 Firmware Update..................................................................................................... 25
3.6 Reports .............................................................................................................................. 26
3.6.1 Call Logs .................................................................................................................... 26
3.6.2 System Info .............................................................................................................. 26
4. APPLICATION.......................................................................................................................... 28
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1. Introduction
NeoGate Gateway for Maximum Efficiency & Cost Savings
NeoGate TB400 is a device for connecting BRI Network to VoIP Network directly,
which can support two-way communication: BRI to VoIP or VoIP to BRI.
It is the best solution ever to connect IP-based telephone systems, soft switches,
and IP-PBXs to BRI network.
1.1 Hardware Specification
1.1.1 Exterior Appearance
1)
Front Side
①② ③④④ ⑤⑥ ⑦
Figure 1-1 NeoGate TB400 Front Panel Picture
No.
①Power
②RUN
③Ready
④BRI 1
Identifying
Green shining: Connected, correct function.
Green Light:Indicates the server system is in working order
Green Light:Indicates the system is ready.
Orange Shining: BRI 1 connected
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⑤BRI 2
Orange Shining: BRI 2 connected
⑥BRI 3
Orange Shining: BRI 3 connected
⑦BRI 4
Orange Shining: BRI 4 connected
2) Back Side
Figure 1-2 NeoGate TB400 Back Side
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2. System set up
2.1 Installation of BRI Module.
Open the case of NeoGate, adjust the pins to the slots and insert then insert
the spins into the slots.
Note1: Please turn off the device when installing the modules.
2.2 Ethernet Line Connection
NeoGate provides two 10/100M Ethernet ports with RJ45 interface and LED
indicator. Plug Ethernet line into NeoGate’s Ethernet port, and then
connect the other end of the Ethernet line with a hub, switch, router, LAN or
WAN. Once connected, check the status of the LED indicator. The green LED
indicates the port is properly connected.
2.3 Power Supply Connection
NeoGate utilizes the high-performance switch power, which supply the
enough voltage and electrical energy that required by NeoGate system.
AC Input: 100~240V
DC Output: 12V,1A
Please follow the steps below to connect the NeoGate unit to a power outlet:
1. Connect the small end of the power cable to the power input port on the
NeoGate back panel, and plug the other end of the cable into a 100VAC
power outlet.
2. Check the Power LED on the front panel. A solid green LED indicates that
power is being supplied correctly.
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3. NeoGate Configuration
3.1 Manager Login
From your web browser, input the IP address of the NeoGate server.
If this is the first time you are configuring NeoGate, please use the default
settings below:
IP Address: http://192.168.5.150
Username: admin
Password: password
Figure 3-1
3.2 BRI Settings
3.2.1 Module List
You can check the information of the status of BRI modules and trunks. Click
edit to configure the trunk.
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Figure 3-2
NeoGate Status Description:
Status
OK: The port is idle.
Disconnected: No line connects to this port.
3.2.2 BRI Settings
3.2.2.1 Basic Settings
Figure 3-3
Trunk Name: A name of this Trunk. Ex: 'BRI1' etc.
Signaling: You can choose the signaling of BRI. It supports BIR-NET,
BRI-NET-PTMP, BRI CPE, BRI-CPE-PTMP.
Default DOD: You can set the default DOD here.
Max. Call Duration (min)/Per Month: Defines the maximum call duration
within a month through this SIM card. (0 it means unlimited)
Clear Stat: Set the day in a month on which the statistics data on Max. Call
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Duration are deleted. This parameter is ignored if set to 0.
3.2.2.2 CallerID Prefix Settings
You can add prefix to the incoming call here.
Figure 3-4
3.2.2.3 Advanced Settings
Figure 3-5
·Switch Type:
National: National ISDN type2 (common in US)
ni1: National ISDN type1
dms100: Nortel DMS100
4ess: AT&T 4ESS
5ess: Lucent 53SS
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Euroisdn: Euro ISDN
Qsig: Minimalistic protocol to build a ‘network’ with two or more pbx of different
vendors.
·PRI Dialplan
Sets an option required for some (rare) switches that require a dialplan
parameter to be passed. This option is ignored by most PRI switches. It may be
necessary on a few pieces of hardware. This option can almost always be left
unchanged from the default.
·Reset Interval
Set the time in seconds between restart of unused channels. Some PBXs don't
like channel restarts. so set the interval to a very long interval e.g. 100000000
or 'never' to disable *entirely*. If you are in Israel, the following is important:
As Bezeq in Israel doesn't like the B-Channel resets happening on the lines, it is
best to set the resetinterval to 'never' when installing a box in Israel. Our past
experience also shows that this parameter may also cause issues on local
switches in the UK and China.
PRI Local Dialplan
Sets an option required for some (rare) switches that require a dialplan
parameter to be passed. This option is ignored by most PRI switches. It may be
necessary on a few pieces of hardware. This option can almost always be left
unchanged from the default.
·Overlap Dial
Whether MyPBX can dial this switch using overlap digits. If you need Direct
Dial-in (DDI; in German \"Durchwahl\") you should change this to yes, then
MyPBX will wait after the last digit it receives.
·PRI Indication
Tells how MyPBX should indicate Busy() and Congestion() to the switch/user.
Accepted values are:
inband: MyPBX plays indication tones without answering; not available on all
PRI/BRI subscription lines
outofband: MyPBX disconnects with busy/congestion information code so the
switch will play the indication tones to the caller. Busy() will now do same as
setting PRI_CAUSE=17 and Hangup().
·Enable Facility
To enable transmission of facility-based ISDN supplementary services (such as
caller name from CPE over facility), enable this option.
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Nsf
Used with AT&T PRIs.If outbound calls are being rejected due to \"Mandatory
information element missing\" and the missing IE is 0x20, then you need this
setting.
Echo Cancellation
Disable or enable echo cancellation.
Hide CallerID
Whether to Hide Caller ID.
3.3 VOIP Settings
3.3.1 SIP Settings
Figure 3-6
3.3.1.1 SIP Account
It is an SIP Account that allows an IP Phone, IP Soft- Phone client, IPPBX and
soft switch to register on NeoGate.
·Extension
The numbered extension, i.e. 20001, that will be associated with this particular
User / Phone.
·Password
The password for this extension, e.g.: ‘pincode20001’.
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Figure 3-7
3.3.1.2 Register to SIP
‘Register to SIP’, It use to register to SIP Server or SIP Proxy.
·Hostname/IP
Service provider’s hostname or IP address.5060 is the standard port number
used by SIP protocol. Don’t change this part if it is not required.
.Domain
Put the VoIP provider’s server domain name here.
·Username
Put the username of SIP account. Used for SIP trunk registration.
.Authorization name
Used for SIP authentication. Leave this blank if not required.
·Password
Put the password of SIP account.
.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.
.Online number
Define the online number that expected by ‘Skype Connect’ and some other SIP
service providers. Leave this field blank if it's no required.
·Outbound Proxy Server
A proxy that receives requests from a client, even though which may not be the
server resolved by the Request-URI.
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Figure 3-8
3.3.1.3 Service Provider
·Hostname/IP
Service provider’s hostname or IP address.
Note: 5060 is the standard port number used by SIP protocol. Don’t change this
part if it is not required.
Figure 3-9
3.3.1.4 Advanced Setting
·Max. Call Duration (min)
Set the maximum call duration here. 0 means no limit.
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Clear Stat
The date of each month the system will clear the call history.
DTMF Mode
You can set the DTMF mode here (rfc2833,info,inband,auto, default is rfc2833).
Max. Channels
Set the maximum channels here. 0 means no limit.
Allowed Codecs
Choose the codes allowed here. (Default u-law, a-law, GSM)
Figure 3-10
3.3.2 Advanced Settings
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Figure 3-11
1) General
·UDP Port
Port use for sip registrations, Default is 5060.
·RTP Port Start
Beginning of RTP port range
·RTP Port End
End of RTP port range
·Max Registration/Subscription Time
Put down the maximum duration (in seconds) of a SIP registration. Default is
3600 seconds.
·Min Registration/Subscription Time
Put down the minimum duration (in seconds) of a SIP registration. Default is 60
seconds.
·Default Incoming/Outgoing Registration Time
Default Incoming/Outgoing Registration Time: Default is 30 seconds.
·Register Attempts
The number of SIP REGISTER messages to send to a SIP Registrar before giving
up. Default is 4 (no limit).
·Register Timeout
Put down the number of seconds to wait for a response from a SIP Registrar
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before timed out. Default is 20 seconds.
2) NAT
Note: Configuration of this section is only required when using remote
extensions.
·Enable STUN
STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP through NATs) is a protocol for assisting devices
behind a NAT firewall or router with their packet routing.
·STUN Address
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.
·External IP Address
Put down the IP address that will be associated with outbound SIP messages if
the system is in a NAT environment.
·External Host
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 be used with this system. Please
contact your ISP for more information.
·External Refresh Interval
If an external host has been supplied, you may specify how often the system will
perform a DNS query on this host. This value is specified in seconds.
·Local Network Identification
It’s 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;
'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:
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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 report 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)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.
4)Codecs
·G.729 License Key
Note: If you would like to use G.729, please enter your license.
Figure 3-12
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3.4 Route List
3.4.1 Manage Calling Routes
Calling routing mainly works for guides outgoing/incoming calls to go through
trunks.
Click ‘New Calling Route’ and fill in the corresponding information in the popup
window.
Figure 3-13
1)General
·Route Name
Put the name of this Calling Route. ex: 'Local' or 'Long Distance' etc.
·Pattern
Outbound calls that match this dial pattern will use this outbound route. There
are a number of dial pattern characters that have special meanings:
X : Any Digit from 0-9
Z : Any Digit from 1-9
N : Any Digit from 2-9
[12345-9] : Any digit in the brackets (in this example, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
The ‘.’ Character will match any remaining digits. E.g.” 9011.” will match any
phone number that starts with 9011, excluding 9011 itself.
The ‘!’ will match any remaining digits, and causes the matching process to
complete as soon as it can be determined that no other matches are possible.
Example 1: NXXXXXX will match any 7 digits phone number.
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Example 2: 1NXXNXXXXX will match a phone number starting with a 1,
followed by a 3-digit area code, and then 6 digit number.
·Strip digits from front
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. For example, if users must
press 0 before dialing a phone number, one digit should be stripped from the
dial string before the call is placed.
·Prepend these digits before dialing
These digits will be prepended to the phone number before the call is placed. For
example, if a trunk requires 10 digit dialing, but users are more comfortable
with 7 digit dialing, this field could be used to prepend a 3 digit area code to all
7 digit phone numbers before calls are placed. When using analog trunks, a 'w'
character may also be prepended to provide a slight delay before dialing.
·Direct Number
All the outgoing calls through this route will call to this phone number
directly.
·Strategy
Define the strategy to select trunk.
Default: Select the trunk from the first.
Sequence: Select the trunk next the last used.
Balance: Select the trunk last recently used.
·Time
The scope of time which is allowed to make calls via this route.
·Days of week
The days in a week when is allowed to make calls via this route.
·Inbound Caller Pattern
Inbound calls that match this dial pattern will use this route. The rule is the
same as Dial Pattern.
·Inbound Trunk
Choose the inbound trunks.
·Outbound Trunk
Choose the outbound trunks.
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Figure 3-14
3.4.2 DOD List
DOD(Direct Outward Dialing). Set the Caller number to the outbound trunk.
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Figure 3-15
3.4.3 Blacklist
Number Blacklist is used to block an incoming call you do not want to answer
and block outgoing call.
If the incoming call or outgoing call number is registered in the number blacklist,
the caller will hear the following: “The number you have dialed is not in service.
Please check the number and try again”. The system will then disconnect the
call.
Figure 3-16
3.5 System Settings
3.5.1 Options
1) General
·Ring Timeout
Number of seconds to ring a device before answering. Default value is 30s.
.MAX Call Duration
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The absolute maximum amount of time permitted for a call. A setting of 0
disables the timeout. Default value is 6000s.
·HTTP Bind Port/Web Access Port
Port use for HTTP sessions. Default: 80
Figure 3-17
3.5.2 Network Setting
1) LAN
·DHCP
If this option is set, NeoGate will use DHCP to get an available IP address
from your local network. Not recommended.
·Enable SSH
This is the advance way to access the device, you can use the putty software
to access the device. In the SSH access, you can do more advance setting
and debug.
·Port: the default is 8022,
·Hostname
Set the host name for NeoGate.
·IP Address
Set the IP Address for NeoGate.
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·Subnet Mask
Set the subnet mask for NeoGate.
·Gateway
Set the gateway for NeoGate.
·Primary DNS
Set the primary DNS for NeoGate.
·Secondary DNS
Set the secondary DNS for NeoGate.
2) Advanced Settings
A VLAN is a logical local area network (or LAN) that extends beyond a single
traditional LAN to a group of LAN segments, given specific configurations.
·IP Address2 and Subnet Mask2
.Configure second IP Address and Mask in this text, NeoGate can use this ip
address access to another network.
·VLAN Number
.The VLAN Number is a unique value you assign to each VLAN on a single device.
·VLAN IP Address
Set the IP Address for NeoGate VLAN.
·VLAN Subnet Mask
Set the Subnet Mask for NeoGate VLAN.
·VLAN Gateway
Set the Gateway for NeoGate VLAN.
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Figure 3-18
3.5.3 Password Settings
The default password is ‘password’. To change the password, enter the new
password and click update. The system will then prompt you re-login using your
new password.
Figure 3-19
3.5.4 Date and Time
Set the date and time for NeoGate.
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Figure 3-20
3.5.5 Backup and Restore
You can backup your configure in this page. After back up, you can see the
back up in the list. You can restore the configure in this page also.
Note: the restore will only work after reboot.
Figure 3-21
3.5.6 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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Figure 3-22
3.5.7 Firmware Update
Upgrading of the firmware 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.
More Information, please see
http://www.yeastar.com/download/NeoGate-TB400/
Note:
1. If enabled ‘Reset configs’, System will restore to factory default settings.
2. When update the firmware, please don’t turn off the power.
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Figure 3-23
3.6 Reports
3.6.1 Call Logs
The call Log captures all call details, including Source, Destination, Start Time,
End Time, Duration, Billable Duration, Disposition, Communication Type, etc.
Administrator can export CDR data to a CSV file.
Figure 3-24
3.6.2 System Info
General:
Information about hardware version, firmware version and system uptime.
LAN:
Information about hostname, MAC address, IP address, subnet mask,
gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS.
Disk Usage:
Disk usage information.
Memory Usage:
Memory usage information.
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4. Application
Application 1
Figure 4-1
Application 2
Figure 4-2
<Finish>
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