Cisco | ATA186-I1 | installation manual(revised)

Cisco A
TA 186 configuration
AT
Sample Network setup diagram:
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172.16.13.40
IP Network
Gateway
The Cisco ATA 186 Analog Telephone Adaptor is a
handset to Ethernet adaptor that interfaces regular analog
phones with IP-based telephony networks. The ATA 186 has
two voice ports which will support analog telephones.
Cisco ATA 186 has one Ethernet port, and two
telephone ports (Phone1 and Phone2).
ATA 186
172.16.104.117
Setting up the ATA
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Connect the ATA to the Ethernet port – connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the device and the other
end to the LAN/Broadband/DSL port.
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Connect the analog phone to the ATA – You can attach up to two analog phones from the ATA.
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Connect the ATA to AC mains power outlet – On switching the power on, the button on top of the device blinks red immediately.
Configuring IP address on the device & bringing the ATA online on network
(a) DHCP configuration
If your network utilizes a DHCP server to assign IP addresses to network devices, or if you are connecting the ATA 186 to a
home router such as a Linksys router, follow the steps below:
1.
Connect the telephone to “Phone-1” port of ATA & power on it. Pick up the telephone handset, and press the button on top of
the ATA 186. You will hear a voice prompt that says, “Configuration Menu. Enter menu number followed by the # key…”
2.
To access the DHCP menu, press 20# on your telephone keypad.
3.
Enable DHCP by pressing 1#.
4.
Save the setting by pressing 3.
5.
When the red light on the ATA 186 stops flashing, hang up the phone.
6.
To find out the IP address assigned to the device, pick up the telephone handset, and press the button on top of the ATA 186.
You will hear a voice prompt that says, “Configuration Menu. Enter menu number followed by the # key…”
7.
Press 80# on your telephone keypad.
The system will now read back the IP address of your ATA 186. Please write it down.
8.
Hang up the telephone handset, and proceed to the Configuring Account and Network Settings section to configure your ATA
186 for use with the Total Internet Net Telephony network.
(b) Static IP configuration
If your ATA has a static IP, please disable DHCP.
Access the DHCP menu by pressing 20# on your telephone keypad.
Disable DHCP by pressing 0#.
Save the setting by pressing 3.
The following details need to be entered into the ATA:
IP Address
Default Gateway
Subnet Mask
Please follow the process mentioned below to enter these values into the ATA:
1.
Lift the handset and press the button on top of the ATA
You will hear a voice prompt that says, “Configuration Menu. Enter menu number followed by the # key…”
2.
To enter the IP address, press 1 followed by # and then follow the
instructions given by IVR. Similarly, enter the default gateway and
the subnet mask. The following table lists the menu options that
you will need in order to configure basic IP connectivity to the
ATA.
IVR Configuration
Menu Number
1
2
10
Feature
IP Address (StaticIP)
Default Gateway (StaticRoute)
Subnet Mask (StaticNetMask)
Press the * key to indicate a delimiter (dot). For example, to enter IP address 203.197.24.154 in “IP address menu” press the
following keys on the phone keypad : 1#203*197*24*154# . To save the setting press “3”.
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Pressing the # key after you have entered the value is very important.
If you do not press #, the system will automatically timeout after 10
seconds. The normal sequence is “ code # value # 3 “.
Once the IP address, default gateway and subnet mask are entered into the
ATA, use the menu mentioned alongside to check the parameters you have
entered.
IVR parameter
check code
80#
23#
22#
Parameter
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gate Way IP address
Finding out the IMAGE your ATA is loaded with :
Once the ATA is configured and you receive the IP address, go to the following site: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/dev, where
“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” represents the IP address assigned to ATA (either static or through DHCP).
If you have assigned a private IP address to your ATA then you can only view the configuration from the PC which has to be on the
same LAN subnet. If the IP address of ATA is a public one then the configuration can be viewed from any PC which is on internet.
After you are able to view the configuration page of the ATA, check out the image your ATA is loaded with & then proceed to the
respective chapter to configure the other parameters as per the image.
The image can be viewed at the bottom of the configuration page. The ATA may be loaded mainly with one of the following images :
1.
SIP image with which the ATA will support only SIP protocol :
ata000d6508e9ab
Version: v3.1.0 atasip (Build 040211A)
MAC: 0.13.101.8.233.171
SerialNumber: INM072861V6
ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Go to the chapter “configuring account , network & Codec settings of ATA for SIP “
2.
H323 image with which the ATA will support only H.323 Protocol :
ata000e8349dd31
Version: v3.1.1 atah323 (Build 040629A)
MAC: 0.14.131.73.221.49
SerialNumber: INM074715XA
ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Go to the chapter “configuring account, network & Codec settings of ATA for H.323 “
3.
Image with support for both SIP & H.323 protocol :
ata000d6508d994
Version: v2.16 ata18x (Build 030401a)
MAC: 0.13.101.8.217.148
SerialNumber: INM07276617
ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
If your ATA is loaded with the above image which supports both SIP & H.323, it is recommended that the ATA should be configured
for H.323.
Go to the chapter “configuring account, network & Codec settings of ATA for H.323 “
Configuring Account,Network & Codec Settings for H.323 :
Once you get the ATA configuration page on the browser, please enter/check the following values:
1)
UIPassword is to be set to access password which will be known only to the user – recommended to have for security reasons
so that others cant make changes to the configuration.
2)
UseTftp is to be set to 0.
3)
Set Dhcp to 0 (Disabled) if you want to assign static IP address to ATA. If you want the ATA to get the IP address dynamically
assigned then set this to 1 (enabled). In the most common scenario it is 0.
4)
StaticIP is to be set to the IP allotted by the ATA
5)
StaticRoute to be set to the default gateway entered earlier into the ATA.
6)
StaticNetMask to be set to the mask entered earlier into the ATA.
(N.B.: you have already configured 3,4,5 parameters through IVR else you won’t be able to view the ATA configuration on
your browser.)
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7)
UID0, UID1 to be set to user’s PIN. Don’t use same PIN for both fields.
8)
Keep PWD0, PWD1 blank. You will see a black dot if this field is made blank.
9)
GkOrProxy to be set to 202.54.117.212.
10) Set UseLoginID to 1.
11) Make LoginID0, LoginID1 same as UID0 and UID1 respectively.
12) GkId is to be specified: in our case it is NexgeGK.
13) UseSIP is set to 0 if your ATA is having image V2.16 or 2.15 which supports both SIP & H.323. If your ATA is having image
V3.1.x which supports only H.323 then you don’t need to bother about this parameter as it won’t be there.
14) DNS1IP & DNS2IP to be set to 202.54.1.30 & 202.54.1.18 respectively if it is on public IP, else you can use the customer’s own
DNS server IP for the same.
15) Make sure that LBRCodec, RxCodec, TxCodec are set to 0.
16) Make sure ConnectMode is set to 0x00060401 .
17) Set “Polarity” to “0x00000001 “ (this is required if you are connecting a billing maching to the ATA for billing like the way
it is done in PCO/STD/ISD booth)
18) Leave all other fields to their default value.
After entering these values, click on the “Apply” button at the bottom and then “Click here to reload” button at the top to update
the website with these settings.
A sample of how the website looks is given below (please note that you have to enter data specific to your device for correct
configuration):
Cisco ATA with image V3.1.x(H323)
Cisco ATA 186 (H323) Configuration
ata000e8349dd31
Version: v3.1.1 atah323 (Build 040629A)
MAC: 0.14.131.73.221.49
SerialNumber: INM074715XA
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ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Cisco ATA with V2.15 or 2.16 image(H323)
1. Cisco ATA 186 Configuration
ata000d6508d994
Version: v2.16 ata18x (Build 030401a)
MAC: 0.13.101.8.217.148
SerialNumber: INM07276617
ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Configuring Account,Network & Codec Settings for SIP :
Once you get the ATA configuration page on the browser, please enter/check the following values:
1)
UIPassword is to be set to access password which will be known only to the user – recommended to have for security reasons
so that others can’t make changes to the configuration.
2)
UseTftp is to be set to 0.
3)
Set Dhcp to 0 (Disabled) if you want to assign static IP address to ATA. If you want the ATA to get the IP address dynamically
assigned then set this to 1 (enabled). In most common scenario it is 0.
4)
StaticIP is to be set to the IP allotted by the ATA
5)
StaticRoute to be set to the default gateway entered earlier into the ATA.
6)
StaticNetMask to be set to the mask entered earlier into the ATA.
( N.B. : you have already configured 3,4,5 parameters through IVR else you won’t be able to view the ATA configuration on
your browser.)
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7)
UID0, UID1 to be set to user’s PIN. Don’t use same PIN for both.
8)
Keep PWD0, PWD1 blank. You will see a black dot in this field if it is set blank.
9)
GkOrProxy to be set to 202.54.117.212.
10) Set UseLoginID to 1. (for 3.1.x SIP image In case you face a problem in getting registered/dial tone & making a call, try with
value “0” in place of “1”)
11) Make LoginID0, LoginID1 same as UID0 and UID1 respectively.
12) GkId is to be specified: in our case it is NexgeGK. (in case you are using a 3.1.x SIP image , this field won’t be there &
hence ignore it)
13) UseSIP is set to 1 if your ATA is having image V2.16 or 2.15 which supports both SIP & H.323. If your ATA is having image
V3.1.x which supports only SIP then you don’t need to bother about this parameter as it won’t be there.
14) SIPRegOn is to be made 1.
15) DNS1IP & DNS2IP to be set to 202.54.1.30 & 202.54.1.18 respectively if it is on public IP, else you can use the customer’s own
DNS server IP for the same.
16) Make sure that LBRCodec, RxCodec, TxCodec are set to 0.
17) Make sure ConnectMode is set to 0x00060401.
18) Set “Polarity” to “0x00000001 “ (this is required if you are connecting a billing maching to the ATA for billing like the
way it is done in PCO/STD/ISD booth)
19) Leave all other fields to their default value.
After entering these values, click on the “Apply” button at the bottom and then “Click here to reload” button at the top to update
the website with these settings.
A sample of how the website looks is given below (please note that you have to enter data specific to your device for correct
configuration):
Cisco ATA with image V3.1.x(SIP)
Cisco ATA 186 (SIP) Configuration
ata000d6508e9ab
Version: v3.1.0 atasip (Build 040211A)
MAC: 0.13.101.8.233.171
SerialNumber: INM072861V6
ProductId: ATA186I1
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Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Cisco ATA with V2.15 or 2.16 image(SIP)
2. Cisco ATA 186 Configuration
ata000d6508d994
Version: v2.16 ata18x (Build 030401a)
MAC: 0.13.101.8.217.148
SerialNumber: INM07276617
ProductId: ATA186I1
Features: 0x00000000
HardwareVersion: 0x0006 0x0000
Note : If you are facing some voice quality problem with codec setting 0 then you can try making the codec (LBR, Tx,Rx)setting
3. But with this codec setting you won’t be able to make simultaneous calls from both lines(even though dial tone will be
there on both lines but at a time you can make one call ).
In some instances changing this codec value to 3 may result in improvement in voice quality
Change the codec value to 0 in case you want both the lines to make simultaneous calls.
Making a call
To make a call, just pick up the phone, dial the destination number (ex: a call to the US would be 001-<area code>-<destination
number>), and start talking.
To end the call, just hang up the phone.
Future Use
The device (Cisco ATA 186) needs to be configured only once. For every new pack registered, you shall be assigned a PIN
corresponding to the user ID chosen. You will have to simply enter this new PIN into the website (UID0/LogInID0 or UID1/
LoginID1)to start making calls on this account.
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