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  • 1. GlobeTelX™ IAD-200X User’s Guide February 2006 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 1 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 2. ©Copyright, 2005-2006 by GlobeTel Communications, Corp. This confidential Document, which is for informational purposes only, has been prepared by GlobeTel Communications, Corp. ("GlobeTel" or the “Company”) and is being distributed by GlobeTel for the sole purpose of assisting in the usage, description and specifications related to the GlobeTel VoIP™ solution for our VoIP area of business. GlobeTel VoIP™, GlobeTelX™, StrateVoIP™, StratePhone™, StrateCard™ and StrateX™ are registered trademarks of GlobeTel Communications, Corp. All rights reserved. Other brands and product names are trademark or registered trademark of their respective holders. The materials and information contents in this document and/or related websites, which may include text, images, artwork, audio clips, video clips, software and other materials ("Content"), are provided by GlobeTel for informational purposes only. GlobeTel reserves the right to change the information, programs or products mentioned at any time without notice. Mention of non-GlobeTel products or services is for information purposes only and constitutes neither an endorsement nor a recommendation. In case international information is provided, not all products or programs mentioned will be available in your country. Please contact your local sales representative for information as to products and services available in your country. All information provided on this document and related GlobeTel VoIP™, StrateVoIP™, StratePhone™ websites is provided on "as is basis" and "as available" and GlobeTel assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the content and assumes no responsibility to you or any third party for any errors or omissions of any kind in the content. GlobeTel disclaims all warranties and/or conditions, express or implied, as to the content and to any matter relating to the GlobeTel VoIP™ line of products and/ or related services, including, without limitations, warranties and/or conditions of non-infringement of intellectual property rights, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. For documents and software directly or indirectly related to GlobeTel VoIP™ or any of its components, GlobeTel does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed. In no event will GlobeTel be liable for any indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages, including, without limitation, lost profits or revenues, costs of replacement goods, loss or damage to data arising out of the use or inability to use this document, related websites or any GlobeTel product, damages resulting from the use of or reliance on the information present, even if GlobeTel has been advised of the possibility of such damages. No material contained in this Document can be reproduced whole or in part without our prior written permission. If any recipient is unwilling to be bound by any of the foregoing then such recipient must return this Document to GlobeTel without further review and without making or retaining any copies. This Document is being provided on a confidential basis. Your receipt of this Document and any attached related documents or references constitutes your agreement to keep secret and confidential its contents and all other information relating to GlobeTel and/or its subsidiaries and not to disclose the existence of this document, any of its contents or any other such information (other than to obtain advice from legal, accounting or tax advisers), without the prior written consent of GlobeTel. By accepting delivery of this document, recipients agree not to reproduce or distribute this document, in whole or in part, without prior specific written consent of GlobeTel. Recipients further agree, upon request, to return to GlobeTel or destroy, this Document, all copies of it an all other information relating to GlobeTel, and all documents, notes, summaries, analyses and materials (recorded in any medium whatsoever), containing any information obtained or derived from this Document or such other information or documents. The information contained has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, but neither its completeness nor accuracy can be guaranteed. Opinions expressed are based on our interpretation of the available information, and are subject to chance without notice. Whilst every effort has been taken to verify the accuracy of this information, we cannot accept any responsibility or liability for reliance by any person on this information. All statements of opinion and/or belief contained in this Document, all views expressed, and any and all processes and procedures and all projections, forecasts and statements relating to expectations regarding future events or the possible future performance of GlobeTel, represent GlobeTel’s own assessment and interpretation of information available to it at the date of this Document. Neither the information nor the opinions expressed in this document should be construed as a recommendation for the purchase of any security. This Document does not constitute an offer, invitation, recommendation or advice to subscribe, or a solicitation of any offer to subscribe, for any shares in the GlobeTel in any jurisdiction whatsoever, nor does it grant recipient exclusivity. This Document and the relationship between GlobeTel and recipients shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United States and the State of Florida. Any dispute arising from, or in connection with, this Document, or such relationships shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States Courts. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 2 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 3. Table of Contents 1 Summary............................................................................................................................................4 2 Revision History.................................................................................................................................4 3 Part Number.......................................................................................................................................4 4 Context...............................................................................................................................................4 5 Regulatory Information.......................................................................................................................5 5.1 Compliance List...........................................................................................................................5 5.2 FCC Warning...............................................................................................................................5 5.3 CE-mark Warning........................................................................................................................5 5.4 Safety Notices..............................................................................................................................5 6 Contact Information............................................................................................................................6 7 Warranty Information..........................................................................................................................7 8 Introduction.........................................................................................................................................8 8.1 Welcome......................................................................................................................................8 8.2 Package Content.........................................................................................................................8 8.3 Getting to Know the IAD-200X.....................................................................................................8 8.4 Configuring the Unit...................................................................................................................10 9 GlobeTelX™ Web-based utility........................................................................................................11 9.1 Security......................................................................................................................................11 9.2 User Mode.................................................................................................................................12 9.3 Root Mode.................................................................................................................................33 9.4 Reset Options............................................................................................................................60 10 Configuration Examples.................................................................................................................61 10.1 Typical Configuration...............................................................................................................61 10.2 CODECS Settings....................................................................................................................63 10.3 Supplementary Services..........................................................................................................63 11 Main Features................................................................................................................................64 12 Specifications.................................................................................................................................66 13 Annex I - Dial Plans........................................................................................................................67 14 Annex II - Tone and Ring Cadence Configuration..........................................................................68 14.1 Tone Configuration..................................................................................................................68 14.2 Ring Cadence Configuration....................................................................................................69 15 Annex III – Term and Definitions....................................................................................................70 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 3 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 4. 1 Summary This document is the User’s Guide for the Smart VoIP IAD, a member of the GlobeTel VoIP™ solution, developed and powered by GlobeTel Communications Corp. The Smart VoIP IAD family of devices is related to the GlobeTelX™ VoIP solution that operates under Inter-Asterisk eXchange protocol (IAX), native protocol for the Asterisk™ Open Source PBX™ and Telephony suite, and is a development of GlobeTel’s IAX proprietary ATA device and business grade solution. 2 Revision History Version Date Affects Remarks 1.00 October 2005 Creation, first draft release 1.10 November 2005 Structure New structure 1.20 November 2005 Structure Updated according to latest firmware 1.30 January 2006 Added examples Updated according to latest firmware 1.40 February 2006 Revision and updates 3 Part Number Document part number globetelxiad200xugeng020903160.doc 4 Context This User Guide applies only for the combination of, • Adapter IAD-200X • GlobeTelX™ IAD powered by GlobeTel • Application Code Version: IAX version 2.01.001 EN 2g t (0111) • Downloader: 2.2 EN (NTRG 000004) 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 4 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 5. 5 Regulatory Information 5.1 Compliance List • UL CE • FCC part 15 B • R&TTE (EN60950) 5.2 FCC Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the documentation provided with it, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause radio interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his or her own expense. However, there is no warrantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful to radio, television or any other type of reception equipment, which might be found by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna • Increase the separation between the equipment or devices • Connect the equipment to an outlet other than the receiver’s • Consult a dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for assistance 5.3 CE-mark Warning This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 5.4 Safety Notices Caution: To reduce risk of fire, use only No.26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord. Do not use this product near water, for example in a wet basement or near a swimming pool. Avoid using this product during an electrical storm. There may be risk of electric shock from lighting. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 5 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 6. 6 Contact Information If you need to contact GlobeTel Communication Corp., you can do so through any of the following means, Visit us online for information on the latest http://stratex.globetel.net services, products and updates to your existing or GlobeTelX™, StrateX™ products or GlobeTel http://www.globetel.net VoIP™ at our either websites Can’t find information about a service or product +1 (XXX) YYY-ZZZZ you want to buy on the web? or Do you want to know more about our GlobeTel + 1 (954) 241-0590 VoIP™ line of products and services? Give our advice line a call at: If you experience problems with any GlobeTel +1 (XXX) YYY-ZZZZ product or service, you can call us at: or + 1 (954) 241-0590 Or you can send us an e-mail to: stratex@globetel.net If any GlobeTel proves to be defective during its + 1 (954) 241-0590 warranty period, you can call the GlobeTel Return Merchandise Authorization Department for obtaining a Return Authorization Number at: Details on Warranty and RMA issues can be found in the Warranty Information section in this User´s Guide. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 6 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 7. 7 Warranty Information GlobeTel Communications, Corp. warrants to You that, for a period of (1) one year (the “Warranty Period”), your GlobeTel Product will be substantially free of defects in materials and workman under normal use. Your exclusive remedy and GlobeTel’s entire liability under this warranty will be for GlobeTel at its option to repair or replace the Product or refund Your purchase price less any rebates or taxes applied. This limited warranty extends only to the original purchaser. If the Product proves defective during the Warranty Period call GlobeTel Technical Support in order to obtain a Return Authorization Number, if applicable. Please note that warranty or returns cannot be processed without proof of purchase; therefore be sure to have it in hand when contacting GlobeTel. If you are requested to return the Product, mark the Return Authorization Number clearly on the outside of the package and include a copy of your proof of purchase. You are responsible for shipping defective products to GlobeTel. GlobeTel pays for ground shipping from GlobeTel back to You only. Customers outside of the United States of America and Canada are responsible for all shipping and handling charges. All implied warranties and conditions of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are limited to the duration of the Warranty Period. All other express or implied conditions, representations and warranties, including any implied lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to You. This Warranty gives You specific legal rights, and You may also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction. This Warranty does not apply if the Product (a) has been altered, except by GlobeTel, (b) has not been installed, operated, repaired or maintained in accordance with instructions supplied by GlobeTel, or (c) has been subjected to abnormal physical or electrical stress, misuse, negligence or accident. In addition, due to the continual development of new techniques of intruding upon and attacking networks, GlobeTel does not warrant that the Product will be free of vulnerability to intrusion or attack. To the extent not prohibited by law, in no event will GlobeTel be liable for any lost data, revenue or profit or for special, indirect, consequential, incidental or punitive damages, regardless of the theory of liability (including negligence), arising out of or related to the use or of inability to use the Product (including any software), even if GlobeTel has been advised of the responsibility of such damages. In no event will GlobeTel’s liability exceed the amount paid by You for the Product. The foregoing limitations will apply even if any warranty or remedy provided under this Agreement fails of its essential purpose. Some restrictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to You. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 7 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 8. 8 Introduction 8.1 Welcome Thank you for choosing the IAD-200X Phone Adapter, a member of the GlobeTelX™ family of VoIP products and services. This adapter will allow you to make/receive phone calls using your broadband connection, while providing routing or bridge functionality to your local area network. Use the instructions in the Quick Installation Guide or this User Guide to help you connect the IAD-200X after setting up an account with your Internet phone service provider. These instructions should be all you need to get the most out of the IAD-200X. Note: For information about your Internet phone service, please refer to the materials provided by your Internet phone service provider. 8.2 Package Content The standard product packaging includes; • One IAD-200X • One international AC power adaptor. Available plug adapter for UK, EU and AUS • Quick Installation Guide • Network cable • CD-ROM 8.3 Getting to Know the IAD-200X The IAD-200X has, • Two independent phone ports to connect your analog phones or fax • One LAN port to connect your local network or computer(s) • One WAN port to connect to your Internet service provider, typically via ADSL or cable modem 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 8 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 9. 8.3.1 Front LED Description PWR The Power LED lights up when the IAD-200X is powered on and ready. It flashes when the IAD-200X is booting up or undergoing a self test SYS The System LED is OFF when both lines fail to register to the VoIP service provider or when the WAN interface is down. The System LED lights up when one or both lines have registered with your VoIP service provider or when it is ready to place calls when registration is not required. Line that fails to register will not get a dial tone. The System LED flashes when the IAD-200X assigns IP address to the WAN interface. WAN The WAN LED lights up when the IAD-200X is connected to your WAN network, usually your ADSL or cable modem. It flashes when there is data being sent or received through the WAN port LAN The LAN LED lights up when the IAD-200X is connected to your LAN network, usually your local network or computer. It flashes when there is data being sent or received through the LAN port Phone 1 The Phone 1 LED is solidly lit when the phone is on call and flashes when incoming call has been detected Phone 2 The Phone 2 LED is solidly lit when the phone is on call and flashes when incoming call has been detected 8.3.2 Rear Connector Description +12 VDC The +12 VDC power connector is where you will connect the included power adapter Reset This is the reset button that sets the unit to its default values. Don't use this button unless instructed to do so by your service provider WAN The WAN port allows you to connect the IAD-200X to your xDSL modem, cable modem, router or gateway using a category 5 or better network cable LAN The LAN port allows you to connect the IAD-200X to your local network or computer using a category 5 or better network cable Phone 1 For your primary Internet phone line, the Phone 1 port allows you to connect your telephone to the IAD-200X using an RJ-11 telephone cable (not included) Phone 2 For your secondary Internet phone line, the Phone 2 port allows you to connect your telephone or fax to the IAD-200X using an RJ-11 telephone cable (not included) 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 9 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 10. 8.4 Configuring the Unit There are two main ways to configure your IAD-200X, • Automatic configuration • Manual configuration 8.4.1 Automatic configuration The IAX-200X will look for the Upgrade Server of your VoIP service provider over the Internet and get from it all necessary information. No intervention of the end user should be required. 8.4.2 Manual configuration Using the embedded configuration web-based utility, it is possible to manually configure the IAD-200X. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 10 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 11. 9 GlobeTelX™ Web-based utility The IAD-200X has an embedded web-based utility application which is part of GlobeTelX™ family and allows configuring, administrating, debugging and managing the IAD-200X. Please note that under certain commercial services, the web-application could be not accessible to the end-user. Navigation tree is mode dependent based on password. There are two modes, • User mode, partial administration and configuration rights. The User default password is "admin" • Root mode, full administration and configuration rights. The VoIP service provider typically controls the Root password. If the unit is not related to a particular service provider then the default Root password would be "root". At this point in time, navigation was successfully tested with • Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 6.0 • Mozilla FireFox version 1.0.7 Navigation on the web-based utility can be done either through the LAN or WAN Ethernet ports of the IAD-200X. In order to access the IAD web configuration via the LAN port configure your PC LAN interface to use dynamic address (DHCP). The IAD-200X will assign IP address and gateway address to your PC. The IAD-200X LAN default address is 192.168.122.1. Use this address in your Internet explorer to access the web configuration pages. Please note that access and configuration could be password-protected. 9.1 Security Security is provided via password and timer for inactivity. On first login accessing the web-based utility, a password must be entered to have access to the system. Additional security is provided through an inactivity-timer, in a way that if inactivity is detected after 3 or more minutes, the session will be terminated and it will be necessary to re-log again. If requested, password must be entered to authenticate and validate the access to the IAD-200X. Please note that password is case sensitive. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 11 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 12. 9.2 User Mode The following are the options provided and related navigation tree for user mode, • Home • Localization • WAN • Upgrade • LAN • Logout • IAX • Reset • Line LAN Settings WAN Status DHCP WAN Settings LAN Routing WAN IPSec ToS VLAN MAC Spoofing IAX Status IAX IAX Extensions Reset GlobeTelX ToS/DiffServ Home VLAN Logout Line Line 1 Line 2 Speed Dial Manual Upgrade Upgrade Localization 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 12 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 13. 9.2.1 Home Once located the IP address of the LAN or either WAN port, access can be granted using any of the tested above browsers. System Information Description System Uptime Specifies the period of time, which the system has been up. This time is reset every time the system is reset or power-cycle NTP time Indicate the network time LAN IP Address Indicate the IP Address the LAN interface MAC Address Indicate the MAC address of the device Application Version The version number of the firmware downloaded from an auto-upgrade server Config Date The date of the configuration file which is downloaded from an auto-upgrade server Security Indicates that a password was set, which is configured in the “System” section Application Code Version Version of the application code running Downloader Code Version Version of the download code to transfer files to the device System Status Description Related Description IAX Messages Sent Number of IAX messages sent Bytes Sent Number of bytes of the IAX messages sent IAX Messages Recv Number of IAX messages received Bytes Recv Number of bytes of the IAX messages received IAX Mini Frame Sent Number of IAX audio frames sent Bytes Sent Number of bytes of the IAX audio frames sent IAX Mini Frame Recv Number of IAX audio frames Bytes Recv Number of bytes of the IAX audio frames received received 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 13 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 14. 9.2.2 WAN Navigation options are, • WAN Status • WAN Settings • IPSEC • VLAN • MAC Spoofing 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 14 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 15. 9.2.2.1 WAN Status Interface Status Description Enabled “Yes”, indicates that the interface is enabled and ready to be used Service Either “Routed or Bridged”, to define the mode of operation of the internal router/bridge Protocol Refers on how the data is transmitted (i.e. Ethernet) Interface Status Either “Up” or “Down” Network Settings Description Dynamic IP Assignment “Yes” if DHCP server is used to assign IP address “No” for fixed IP address IP Address IP address of the WAN interface MAC Address MAC address of the WAN interface Subnet Mask Subnet mask of the WAN interface Default Gateway IP address of the gateway. It can be retrieved from a DHCP server in DHCP mode, or can be configured manually in fixed mode DNS Address IP address of the Domain Name Server, if applicable. Domain Name Network domain name VLAN Tag VLAN tag value encoded in the Ethernet header in all outgoing packets Priority Tag Priority Tag value encoded in the Ethernet header in outgoing packets 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 15 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 16. 9.2.2.2 WAN Settings WAN Configuration Description Device Operating Mode Either “Routed or Bridged”, to define the mode of operation of the internal router/bridge Obtain WAN configuration dynamically If selected, then the WAN port will receive its configuration from a DHCP server Specify fixed WAN configuration If selected, then IP Address, IP Netmask and IP Gateway, IP DNS Server, Host Name and Domain Name can be manually configured 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 16 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 17. WAN PPPoE Configuration Description Enable PPPoE “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable PPPoE Authentication Username and password given by your ISP Settings Idle Timeout Idle timeout before PPP connection is closed due to inactivity Echo Timeout Duration between PPP echo requests being sent to the server Echo Count Number of unanswered PPP echo requests before the PPP connection is closed Service Name PPPoE Service name AC Name PPPoE AC name If parameters are changed, they must be saved in order to be active. Please note that certain changes might require reset of the unit. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 17 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 18. 9.2.2.3 IPSEC WAN IPSEC Description Select Tunnel to view/modify Range Tunnel 1 ~ Tunnel 8 Enable tunnel 1~8 “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable Tunnel 1~8 Remote IP Address range Remote IP addresses range for this tunnel Remote security gateway Remote security gateway Security mode Select the security mode, Tunnel or Transport Outbound AH SPI (DEC) Decimal value for AH SPI Outbound AH Authentication Algorithm Select AH authentication algorithm, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Outbound AH Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for AH authentication key Outbound ESP SPI (DEC) Decimal value for ESP SPI Outbound ESP Encryption Algorithm Select ESP encryption algorithm, NULL, DES-CBC or 3DES-CBC Outbound ESP Authentication Algorithm Select ESP authentication algorithm, NULL, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Outbound ESP Encryption Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for ESP encryption key Outbound ESP Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for authentication key Inbound AH SPI (DEC) Decimal value for AH SPI Inbound AH Authentication Algorithm Select AH authentication algorithm, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Inbound AH Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for AH authentication key Inbound ESP SPI (DEC) Decimal value for ESP SPI Inbound ESP Encryption Algorithm Select ESP encryption algorithm, NULL, DES-CBC or 3DES-CBC Inbound ESP Authentication Algorithm Select ESP authentication algorithm, NULL, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Inbound ESP Encryption Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for ESP encryption key Inbound ESP Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for authentication key 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 18 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 19. 9.2.2.4 VLAN WAN VLAN Configuration Description VLAN Tag WAN VLAN Tag setting for frame packets Priority Tag WAN Priority Tag setting for frame packets 9.2.2.5 MAC Spoofing WAN Spoofing Configuration Description WAN MAC Address MAC to be spoofed MAC Spoofing is used when your Internet Service Provider allows access only for a specific PC identified by its MAC address. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 19 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 20. 9.2.3 LAN Navigation options are, • LAN Settings • DHCP • Routing • ToS 9.2.3.1 LAN Settings LAN Settings Description Network Settings IP Address Assigned IP address Subnet Mask Assigned mask Please note that in order to avoid potential problems related to routing and/or bridging, LAN and WAN interfaces should belong to different networks. Example of different private Class C network and addresses for LAN and WAN interfaces, • LAN 192.168.3.1 • WAN 192.168.1.2 The LAN default address is 192.168.122.1 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 20 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 21. 9.2.3.2 DHCP DHCP Server Configuration Description Server Settings Enabled / Disabled “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable DHCP Client IP Address Range Minimum and Maximum limit on the DHCP IP address pool Client Network Information Domain Name LAN domain name provided to DHCP clients during the OFFER process DNS Server 1 and 2 Statically assigned DNS server IP address that will be provided to clients during the OFFER process Static Address Assignments Up to eight static DHCP address assignments can be configured Identify Using To add a static IP assignment, enter the LAN device’s host name (must be unique in the private network) and/or MAC address Host Identifier Internal Address Internal address to be assigned View DHCP Table displays the given IP addresses and related network identification names if applicable. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 21 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 22. 9.2.3.3 Routing Router Configuration Description Dynamic Routing RX Mode Whether or not dynamic routing on RX interfaces is enabled/disabled TX Mode Whether or not dynamic routing on TX interfaces is enabled/disabled Static Routing To specify the routing path of your internal network Subnet Mask Net mask Gateway IP Gateway IP address Dest IP Address Destination IP address Metric Metric associated with destination Interface LAN or WAN interface 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 22 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 23. 9.2.3.4 ToS ToS/DiffServ Description Full Frame Ethernet/IP frame Mini Frame IAX frame To configure the ToS/Diffserv byte values, enter byte values as two-digit hexadecimal values. If no special ToS/DiffServ value is to be used for a particular traffic type, enter “00” or leave the setting empty. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 23 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 24. 9.2.4 IAX Navigation options are, • IAX Status • IAX Extensions • ToS/DiffServ • VLAN 9.2.4.1 IAX Status IAX Status Description Current Server Display current IAX server’s IP address Domain Display current IAX server’s Domain name Port Display the server IAX Port number, default is 4659 Phone Line Status Registration Status Display the IAX server registration status per line User Name Display user name Caller ID Setting Display caller ID name 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 24 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 25. 9.2.4.2 IAX Extensions Private Extensions Numbers for Peer-to-Peer Mode, labeled EXTENTION NUMBER #1~8. This feature allows creating a private virtual phone network over the Internet without the need of an Asterisk server. For a remote extension to be accessible it is required to know the public IP address and the port it is using to connect to the Internet. 9.2.4.3 ToS/DiffServ ToS/DiffServ Description Full Frame Assign ToS value for IAX message frames Mini Frame Assign ToS value for IAX audio frames 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 25 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 26. 9.2.4.4 VLAN VoIP VLAN Configuration Description Full Frame Packets VLAN Tag VLAN Tag setting for IAX control frames Priority Tag Priority Tag setting for IAX control frames Mini Frame Packets VLAN Tag VLAN Tag setting for IAX audio frames Priority Tag Priority Tag setting for IAX audio frames 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 26 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 27. 9.2.5 Line Navigation options are, • Line 1 • Line 2 • Speed Dial 9.2.5.1 Line 1 / Line 2 Line 1 / Line 2 Description Selective Call Forward Settings Incoming Caller # 1 ~ 8 Up to 8 incoming calls can be selected for call forwarding Forward destination # 1 ~ 8 Up to 8 destinations can be forward to Incoming Call Block Block Caller ID Specify a Caller ID for blocking the incoming call Distinctive Ring Settings Ring # 1 ~ 8 Caller Up to 8 callers can be assign a specific ring tone 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 27 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 28. Line 1 / Line 2 Description Supplementary Service Settings Following are the Line 1 / Line 2 supplementary services that should be enable if using them on Line 1 / Line 2 All Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward All Service Sel. Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward Sel Service Call Waiting Serv Enable Three Way Conference Service Dist Ring Serv Enable Distinctive Ringing Service DND Serv Enable Do Not Disturb Service CID Serv Enable blocking self CID shown in the outgoing message Three Way Conf Serv Enable Three Way Conference Service Busy Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward Busy Conditional Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward under the “no answer condition” Service Incoming Call Block Serv Enable Incoming Call Block Service IP Dialing Serv Enable IP Dialing Service Speed Dial Serv Enable Speed Dial Service Call Transfer Serv Enable Call Transfer Service Dial Out Type Dial Out Type Allows the implementation of Normal, Warm-Line or Hot-Line. To achieve this, one sequence in the plan must start with a pause, with a 0 delay for a Hot Line, and a non-zero delay for a Warm Line Hot Line Number The number for Hot Line function Warm Line Number number for Warm Line function Call Forward Settings All/conditional Cfwd Dest Destination for All/Conditional Call Forwarding Conditional Cfwd Time Time delay period for no answer condition Call Forward Busy Cfwd Dest Destination for all busy Call Forwarding in seconds 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 28 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 29. 9.2.5.2 Speed Dial Speed Dial Description Line 1 Speed Dial Settings Speed Dial 1 ~8 Phone Number/IP Target 1~8 phone number (or URL) assigned to speed dial Dialing Line 2 Speed Dial Settings Speed Dial 1 ~8 Phone Number/IP Target 1~8 phone number (or URL) assigned to speed dial Dialing 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 29 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 30. 9.2.6 Localization Localization (Cont.) Description Call Progress Tones Dial Tone Played when prompting the user to enter a phone Number Prompt Played when prompting the user to enter a call forward phone number Confirm This should be a brief tone to notify the user that the last input value has been accepted Holding Indicate to the local user that the far end has placed the call on hold Busy Played when a 486 RSC is received for an outbound call Ring Back Played for an outbound call when the far end is ringing Off Hook Warning Played when the subscriber does not place the handset on the cradle properly Distinctive Ring Settings Ring 1 ~ 8 Cadence Up to 8 rings cadences can be defined 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 30 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 31. Localization Description Control Timer Values Hook Flash Timer (100 ~ 1100 ms) Maximum on-hook time before off-hook to qualify as hook flash. More than this the on-hook event is treated as on-hook Min Minimum on-hook time before off-hook to qualify as hook flash. Less than this the on-hook event is ignored. Conditional Call Forwarding Timer Time period as a call forward condition Interdigit Timer Time period between entering digits when dialing Off hook Warning Tone Time Time period as a delay time to play a warning tone IAX Session Timer Value IAX Session Timer Warm Line Delay Time period as a delay time for warm line dialing Off hook Idle Time Time period for off hook dialing Ring Settings Ring Waveform Ring tone waveform, either Sinusoid or Trapezoid Ring Voltage Ring Voltage in Volts Ring Frequency Ring frequency Miscellaneous Time Zone World wide format FXS Port Input Gaing (12 ~ 18 dB) FXS port input gain can be adjusted Caller ID Method Different regions may support different caller ID method or standards NTP Server NTP Server IP Address. If you wish for the device to automatically obtain the time via NTP, enter the NTP server address for the network (if this address is left blank, a default public NTP server will be used, if accessible). FXS Port Output Gain (12 ~ 18 dB) FXS port output gain can be adjusted 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 31 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 32. 9.2.7 Manual Upgrade Manual Upgrade Description TFTP Download method TFTP Server IP IP address of the TFTP server Filename Name of the file to be uploaded HTTP Download method Filename Name of the file to be uploaded For both HTTP and TFTP methods, the device will reboot itself into downloader mode if the main application is being executed, and proceed with the ROM file download and permanent write of the application to the device’s flash memory. After the download is completed, the download status page will be displayed. 9.2.8 Logout Logout the system and return to password verification page. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 32 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 33. 9.3 Root Mode The following are the options provided and related navigation tree for root mode, • Home • System • WAN • Localization • LAN • Upgrade • IAX • Logout • Line • Reset LAN Settings WAN Status DHCP WAN Settings LAN Routing WAN IPSec ToS VLAN MAC Spoofing IAX Status IAX Settings IAX IAX Extensions Reset GlobeTelX ToS/DiffServ Home VLAN Logout CODECS Line Line 1 Line 2 Speed Dial Manual Upgrade Upgrade Auto Upgrade Password Localization System Configuration 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 33 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 34. 9.3.1 Home Once located the IP address of the LAN or either WAN port, access can be granted using any of the tested above browsers. System Information Description System Uptime Specifies the period of time, which the system has been up. This time is reset every time the system is reset or power-cycle NTP time Indicate the network time LAN IP Address Indicate the IP Address of your LAN MAC Address Indicate the MAC address of the device Application Version The version number of the firmware downloaded from an auto-upgrade server Config Date The date of the configuration file which is downloaded from an auto-upgrade server Security Indicates that a password was set, which is configured in the “System” section Application Code Version Version of the application code running Downloader Code Version Version of the download code to transfer files to the device System Status Description Related Description IAX Messages Sent Number of IAX messages sent Bytes Sent Number of bytes of the IAX messages sent IAX Messages Recv Number of IAX messages received Bytes Recv Number of bytes of the IAX messages received IAX Mini Frame Sent Number of IAX audio frames sent Bytes Sent Number of bytes of the IAX audio frames sent IAX Mini Frame Recv Number of IAX audio frames Bytes Recv Number of bytes of the IAX audio frames received received 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 34 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 35. 9.3.2 WAN Navigation options are, • WAN Status • VLAN • WAN Settings • MAC Spoofing • IPSEC 9.3.2.1 WAN Status Interface Status Description Enabled “Yes”, indicates that the interface is enabled and ready to be used Service Either “Routed or Bridged”, to define the mode of operation of the internal router/bridge Protocol Refers on how the data is transmitted (i.e. Ethernet) Interface Status Either “Up” or “Down” Network Settings Description Dynamic IP Assignment “Yes” if DHCP server is used to assign IP address “No” for fixed IP address IP Address IP address of the WAN interface MAC Address MAC address of the WAN interface Subnet Mask Subnet mask of the WAN interface Default Gateway IP address of the gateway. It can be retrieved from a DHCP server in DHCP mode, or can be configured manually in fixed mode DNS Address IP address of the Domain Name Server, if applicable. Domain Name Network domain name VLAN Tag VLAN tag value encoded in the Ethernet header in all outgoing packets Priority Tag Priority Tag value encoded in the Ethernet header in outgoing packets 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 35 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 36. 9.3.2.2 WAN Settings WAN Configuration Description Device Operating Mode Either “Routed or Bridged”, to define the mode of operation of the internal router/bridge Obtain WAN configuration dynamically If selected, then the WAN port will receive its configuration from a DHCP server Specify fixed WAN configuration If selected, then IP Address, IP Netmask and IP Gateway, IP DNS Server, Host Name and Domain Name can be manually configured 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 36 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 37. WAN PPPoE Configuration Description Enable PPPoE “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable PPPoE Authentication Username and password given by your ISP Settings Idle Timeout Idle timeout before PPP connection is closed due to inactivity Echo Timeout Duration between PPP echo requests being sent to the server Echo Count Number of unanswered PPP echo requests before the PPP connection is closed Service Name PPPoE Service name AC Name PPPoE AC name If parameters are changed, they must be saved in order to be active. Please note that those certain changes might require reset of the unit. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 37 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 38. 9.3.2.3 IPSEC WAN IPSEC Description Select Tunnel to view/modify Range Tunnel 1 ~ Tunnel 8 Enable tunnel 1~8 “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable Tunnel 1~8 Remote IP Address range Remote IP addresses range for this tunnel Remote security gateway Remote security gateway Security mode Select the security mode, Tunnel or Transport Outbound AH SPI (DEC) Decimal value for AH SPI Outbound AH Authentication Algorithm Select AH authentication algorithm, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Outbound AH Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for AH authentication key Outbound ESP SPI (DEC) Decimal value for ESP SPI Outbound ESP Encryption Algorithm Select ESP encryption algorithm, NULL, DES-CBC or 3DES-CBC Outbound ESP Authentication Algorithm Select ESP authentication algorithm, NULL, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Outbound ESP Encryption Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for ESP encryption key Outbound ESP Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for authentication key Inbound AH SPI (DEC) Decimal value for AH SPI Inbound AH Authentication Algorithm Select AH authentication algorithm, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Inbound AH Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for AH authentication key Inbound ESP SPI (DEC) Decimal value for ESP SPI Inbound ESP Encryption Algorithm Select ESP encryption algorithm, NULL, DES-CBC or 3DES-CBC Inbound ESP Authentication Algorithm Select ESP authentication algorithm, NULL, HMAC-SHA1 or HMAC-MD5 Inbound ESP Encryption Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for ESP encryption key Inbound ESP Authentication Key (HEX) Hexadecimal value for authentication key 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 38 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 39. 9.3.2.4 VLAN WAN VLAN Configuration Description VLAN Tag WAN VLAN Tag setting for frame packets Priority Tag WAN Priority Tag setting for frame packets 9.3.2.5 MAC Spoofing WAN Spoofing Configuration Description WAN MAC Address MAC to be spoofed MAC Spoofing is used when your Internet Service Provider allows access only for a specific PC identified by its MAC address. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 39 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 40. 9.3.3 LAN Navigation options are, • LAN Settings • DHCP • Routing • ToS 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 40 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 41. 9.3.3.1 LAN Settings LAN Settings Description Network Settings IP Address Assigned IP address Subnet Mask Assigned mask Please note that in order to avoid potential problems related to routing and/or bridging, LAN and WAN interfaces should belong to different networks. Example of different private Class C network and addresses for LAN and WAN interfaces, • LAN 192.168.3.1 • WAN 192.168.1.2 The LAN default address is 192.168.122.1 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 41 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 42. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 42 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 43. 9.3.3.2 DHCP DHCP Server Configuration Description Server Settings Enabled / Disabled “Yes” or “No”, to enable/disable DHCP Client IP Address Range Minimum and Maximum limit on the DHCP IP address pool Client Network Information Domain Name LAN domain name provided to DHCP clients during the OFFER process DNS Server 1 and 2 statically assigned DNS server IP address will be provided to clients during the OFFER process Static Address Assignments Up to eight static DHCP address assignments can be configured Identify Using To add a static IP assignment, enter the LAN device’s host name (must be unique in the private network) and/or MAC address Host Identifier Internal Address Internal address to be assigned 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 43 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 44. 9.3.3.3 Routing Router Cofiguration Description Dynamic Routing RX Mode Whether or not dynamic routing on RX interfaces is enabled/disabled TX Mode Whether or not dynamic routing on TX interfaces is enabled/disabled Static Routing To specify the routing path of your internal network Subnet Mask Net mask Gateway IP Gateway IP address Dest IP Address Destination IP address Metric Metric associated with destination Interface LAN or WAN interface 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 44 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 45. 9.3.3.4 ToS ToS/DiffServ Description Full Frame Ethernet/IP frame Mini Frame IAX frame To configure the ToS/Diffserv byte values, enter byte values as two-digit hexadecimal values. If no special ToS/DiffServ value is to be used for a particular traffic type, enter “00” or leave the setting empty. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 45 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 46. 9.3.4 IAX Navigation options are, • IAX Status • IAX Settings • IAX Extensions • ToS/DiffServ • VLAN 9.3.4.1 IAX Status IAX Status Description Current Server Display current IAX server’s IP address Domain Display current IAX server’s Domain name (currently not in use) Port Display the server IAX Port number, default is 4659 Phone Line Status Registration Status Display the IAX server registration status per line User Name Display user name (Asterisk account name) Caller ID Setting Display caller ID name 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 46 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 47. 9.3.4.2 IAX Settings IAX Settings Description Operation Mode The device can run in either “Server” or “Point-to-Point” mode. Server mode is used when phone calls are served by VoIP service provider or the Enterprise Asterisk. Point to Point mode allows for stand alone units to intercommunicate without the need of a server Server Address The IP address of VoIP server provider /Asterisk server (used in server mode) Server Port Destination port for the IAX protocol (default UDP port is 4569) Local Port Local port for the IAX protocol (default UDP port is 4569) Domain Name Currently not in use (reserved for future applications) Send Registration Request with Registration request to the Server, with expiration time if applicable Expire Time Context for number The context is used to indicate the server the dial plan that need to be applied to this call Language Indicates the server the language to be used for voice prompt and voice mail messages. Gateway Settings Dial Plan Dialed numbers are compared with the Dial Plan pattern before permitted to leave to the server. Refer to Annex I To enable # to be recognized as If this box is checked, the dialed digits would be sent out when ‘#’ key is pressed dial number To enable * to be recognized as Allow ‘*’ key to be treated as part of the dialed number dial number Line 1 and Line 2 Settings Phone Number Phone (or extension) Number assigned to Line 1 or Line 2 CallerID Name CallerID Name for Line 1 or Line 2 User Name Used for authentication of incoming calls (not mandatory) User User's account for Line 1 or Line 2. Used for authentication of outgoing calls and registration Password Password for Line 1 or Line 2. Used for registration and authentication of outgoing calls 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 47 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 48. 9.3.4.3 IAX Extensions Private Extensions Numbers for Peer Mode, labeled EXTENTION NUMBER #1~8.. This feature allows creating a private virtual phone network over the Internet without the need of an Asterisk server. For a remote extension to be accessible you need to know the public IP address and the port it is using to connect to the Internet. 9.3.4.4 ToS/DiffServ ToS/DiffServ Description Full Frame Assign ToS value for IAX message frames Mini Frame Assign ToS value for IAX audio frames 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 48 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 49. 9.3.4.5 VLAN VoIP VLAN Configuration Description Full Frame Packets VLAN Tag VLAN Tag setting for IAX control packets Priority Tag Priority Tag setting for IAX control packets Mini Frame Packets VLAN Tag VLAN Tag setting for IAX audio packets Priority Tag Priority Tag setting for IAX audio packets 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 49 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 50. 9.3.5 Line Navigation options are, • CODECS • Line 1 • Line 2 • Speed Dial 9.3.5.1 CODECS CODECS Description CODECS G.711 U and A G.711 U and A, always present (should have Silence Suppression set to OFF) G.723, G.726 and G.729 One additional codec can be added for negotiation Silence Suppression Enable/disable the silence suppression support per CODEC Jitter Buffer Jitter Buffer Configure the buffer size (in milliseconds) for IAX audio frames buffering. Selection between adaptive or fixed jitter buffer. Default = ADAPTIVE Set the adaptive jitter buffer maximum playout delay. Default = 200ms or Fixed jitter buffer playout delay. Default = 40ms Automatically switch to Fixed Buffer Whether or not to automatically switch from an adaptive jitter buffer to a fixed jitter upon fax/modem tone detection buffer upon fax/modem tone detection 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 50 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 51. 9.3.5.2 Line 1 / Line 2 Line 1 / Line 2 Description Supplementary Service Settings Following are the Line 1 / Line 2 supplementary services that should be enable if using them on Line 1 / Line 2 All Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward All Service Sel. Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward Sel Service Call Waiting Serv Enable Three Way Conference Service Dist Ring Serv Enable Distinctive Ringing Service DND Serv Enable Do Not Disturb Service CID Serv Enable blocking self CID shown in the outgoing message Three Way Conf Serv Enable Three Way Conference Service Busy Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward Busy Conditional Cfwd Serv Enable Call Forward under the “no answer condition” Service Incoming Call Block Serv Enable Incoming Call Block Service IP Dialing Serv Enable IP Dialing Service Speed Dial Serv Enable Speed Dial Service Call Transfer Serv Enable Call Transfer Service Dial Out Type Dial Out Type Allows the implementation of Normal, Warm-Line or Hot-Line. To achieve this, one sequence in the plan must start with a pause, with a 0 delay for a Hot Line, and a non-zero delay for a Warm Line Hot Line Number The number for Hot Line function Warm Line Number number for Warm Line function Call Forward Settings All/conditional Cfwd Dest Destination for All/Conditional Call Forwarding Conditional Cfwd Time Time delay period for no answer condition Call Forward Busy Cfwd Dest Destination for all busy Call Forwarding in seconds 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 51 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 52. Line 1 / Line 2 Description Selective Call Forward Settings Incoming Caller # 1 ~ 8 Up to 8 incoming calls can be selected for call forwarding Forward destination # 1 ~ 8 Up to 8 destinations can be forward to Incoming Call Block Block Caller ID Specify a Caller ID for blocking the incoming call Distinctive Ring Settings Ring # 1 ~ 8 Caller Up to 8 callers can be assign a specific ring tone 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 52 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 53. 9.3.5.3 Speed Dial Speed Dial Description Line 1 Speed Dial Settings Speed Dial 1 ~8 Phone Number/IP Target 1~8 phone number (or URL) assigned to speed dial Dialing Line 2 Speed Dial Settings Speed Dial 1 ~8 Phone Number/IP Target 1~8 phone number (or URL) assigned to speed dial Dialing 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 53 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 54. 9.3.6 System Navigation options are, • Password • Configuration 9.3.6.1 Password Password Description Set Security Password Password is currently installed States the status of the password Web Page Protect Enable/Disable Web access protection New Root Password Configure the password for Administrator. Default is "root" unless set differently by the VoIP service provider. Confirm new password Re-enter the new Administrator password for confirmation New User Password Configure the password for User. Default is "user" Confirm new password Re-enter the new User password for confirmation 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 54 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 55. 9.3.6.2 Configuration Configuration Description Configuration Enable Syslog Enable/Disable System Log Syslog Server Syslog Server IP address. This feature specifies the server for logging system information and critical events Enable Debug Enable/Disable System Debug Debug Server Debug Server IP address and port. This feature specifies the server for logging debug information. The level of detailed output depends on the debug level parameter setting Debug Connect Port Port number of the debug server to be used for receiving debug messages 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 55 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 56. 9.3.7 Localization Localization (Cont.) Description Call Progress Tones Dial Tone Played when prompting the user to enter a phone Number Prompt Played when prompting the user to enter a call forward phone number Confirm This should be a brief tone to notify the user that the last input value has been accepted Holding Indicate to the local user that the far end has placed the call on hold Busy Played when a 486 RSC is received for an outbound call Ring Back Played for an outbound call when the far end is ringing Off Hook Warning Played when the subscriber does not place the handset on the cradle properly Distinctive Ring Settings Ring 1 ~ 8 Cadence Up to 8 rings cadences can be defined 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 56 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 57. Localization Description Control Timer Values Hook Flash Timer (100 ~ 1100 ms) Maximum on-hook time before off-hook to qualify as hook flash. More than this the on-hook event is treated as on-hook Min Minimum on-hook time before off-hook to qualify as hook flash. Less than this the on-hook event is ignored. Conditional Call Forwarding Timer Time period as a call forward condition Interdigit Timer Time period between entering digits when dialing Off hook Warning Tone Time Time period as a delay time to play a warning tone IAX Session Timer Value IAX Session Timer Warm Line Delay Time period as a delay time for warm line dialing Off hook Idle Time Time period for off hook dialing Ring Settings Ring Waveform Ring tone waveform, either Sinusoid or Trapezoid Ring Voltage Ring Voltage in Volts Ring Frequency Ring frequency Miscellaneous Time Zone World wide format FXS Port Input Gaing (12 ~ 18 dB) FXS port input gain can be adjusted Caller ID Method Different regions may support different caller ID method or standards NTP Server NTP Server IP Address. If you wish for the device to automatically obtain the time via NTP, enter the NTP server address for the network (if this address is left blank, a default public NTP server will be used, if accessible). FXS Port Output Gain (12 ~ 18 dB) FXS port output gain can be adjusted 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 57 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 58. 9.3.8 Upgrade Navigation options are, • Manual Upgrade • Auto Upgrade 9.3.8.1 Manual Upgrade Manual Upgrade Description TFTP Download method TFTP Server IP Filename HTTP Download method Filename For both HTTP and TFTP methods, the device will reboot itself into downloader mode if the main application is being executed, and proceed with the ROM file download and permanent write of the application to the device’s flash memory. After the download is completed, the download status page will be displayed. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 58 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 59. 9.3.8.2 Auto Upgrade Manual Upgrade Description Enable Auto Upgrade Enable/Disable auto upgrade Auto Upgrade Protocol Select the protocol for auto upgrade, HTTP or HTTPS Upgrade Server Specify the auto upgrade server IP address Auto Upgrade URL Specify the auto upgrade server by URL. This field is dependent on the auto upgrade service package installation. The default value is iadmgr 9.3.9 Logout Logout the system and return to password verification page. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 59 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 60. 9.4 Reset Options There are two options for resetting the device, • Software Reset • Hardware Reset 9.4.1 Software Reset Please bear in mind that resetting the system will terminate all network connections and reset your browser connection. Two software-reset alternatives are available, • Reset and execute Main Application • Reset and execute Downloader Application Reset and Execute Main Application updates any values or parameter changed on previous menus and uses them after reboot. Reset and Execute Downloader Application is used to set the unit in download mode before doing firmware upgrade. 9.4.2 Hardware Reset To increase security, the design of the IAD-200X was made in a way that the reset button, which is located on the back of the IAD-200X, has to be used in conjunction with the power connector. Pressing the reset button for up to two (2) seconds while powering up the IAD-200X will switch the unit to download mode to allow firmware upgrade. The unit configuration remains unchanged. Pressing the reset button for four (4) or more seconds while powering up the IAD-200X will set the unit to default factory parameters. The LAN port will default to IP address 192.168.122.1 with mask 255.255.255.0. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 60 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 61. 10 Configuration Examples 10.1 Typical Configuration • Operation Mode - should be "SERVER" mode • Server address - Asterisk server IP address • Server port - 4569, this is the default for Asterisk™ (or any other IAX port that the server was programmed to use) • Local Port - This is the local port that the unit will use. If left blank, the unit will use 4569 by default • Domain Name - not used for SERVER mode. Should be left blank • Check the "send Registration" box to instruct the unit to send registration requests. If the expire time is left blank, the unit will send registration every 20 seconds until instructed differently by the Asterisk™ server. The SYS light will turn ON if registration is successful. • If the registration box is unchecked the unit will still be able to place calls but not to receive calls. The SYS light will be constantly ON to indicate normal operation but the IAX STATUS (under IAX page) will indicate "No Registration". • Context – the CONTEXT that you would like the calls to be associated with. It should have the same CONTEXT defined in the iax.conf file. If left blank, "default" context will be used. • Language – specify the language that you would like your asterisk to use for voice prompts. Default is "en". • Dial plan – the basic configuration should be x.T|x.# which means that the unit allows to dial any number at any length. The dialed number is sent to the server if no digit was pressed for the last 4 seconds (T) or if # was pressed. For more information see Annex I • IAX line parameters: o Phone number – this is the line extension number as defined in the extensions.conf file (see example below) o Caller ID name – the caller ID that you would like to display on the called party phone display. o User Name – this is optional and used for authorizing incoming calls. If left blank all incoming calls will be granted. If value is specified then the unit will validate that the incoming call has the same User Name value. On the contrary, the unit will reject the call. o User – this is the user account and used for registration authorization and for outgoing calls authentication (see example below). o Password (secret) – used in conjunction with "User" parameter for registration and outgoing calls authentication. The unit uses plain text or MD5 encryption for authentication. 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 61 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 62. These are the Asterisk configuration files that correspond to the example above: iax.conf . [GlobeX4102] ;Test account 4102 type=friend username=ext4102 secret=pass4102 host=dynamic mailbox=4102 context=intern allow=all auth=md5 [GlobeX4103] ;Test account 4103 type=friend secret=pass4103 host=dynamic mailbox=4103 context=intern allow=all 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 62 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 63. extensions.conf . . exten => 4102,1,Dial(IAX2/GlobeX4102/4102,20,t) exten => 4103,1,Dial(IAX2/GlobeX4103/4103,20,t) If you don't specify the extension to be called at the User, for example: exten => 4102,1,Dial(IAX2/GlobeX4102,20,t) Then the unit will terminate the call on the first available line starting from line 1. 10.2 CODECS Settings It is recommended to use one of the codecs that consume less bandwidth like G.723 or G.729. G.729, G.726 and G.723 can be set to silence suppression ON or OFF. Silence suppression ON will further reduce bandwidth utilization. G.711u and G.711a are only available with silence suppression OFF. Check the codec box that you want to use. The unit will use the checked codec but also will allow G.711 if asked by the Asterisk™ server during call setup. In order to use the G.729, and G.723 on your Asterisk™ you'll need to acquire license. If your Asterisk™ server doesn't have license installed you can still use these codecs when calling from one box to another. The Asterisk™ server will simply do pass-thru. Make sure that you have all these codecs "allowed" in the iax.conf file The Codec negotiation process during call setup is as follows: • The IAD-200X that initiates the call sends its codec capabilities and preferred codec to the Asterisk™ server • Asterisk™ responds with the codec of its choice and the IAX box adopts this codec for the audio transmission • On the receiving side the asterisk tells the IAX box what codec to use. If this codec doesn't match the unit codec capabilities the call will be rejected. • The IAX box always supports G.711 in addition to the codec that you check as preferred. 10.3 Supplementary Services Feature* KEY Comments Call forwarding on *2 + extension Call forward function requires also support at the Asterisk level Call forward off *3 Call hold F1 Call retrieve(from hold) F Answer call waiting F* Call transfer F4 3-way (conference) calling F7 Optional 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 63 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 64. 11 Main Features The following are the main features of GlobeTelX™ family of products. GlobeTelX™ Smart IAX Protocol Inter-Asterisk eXchange protocol (IAX), version 2 Codec • G.711 a/u • G.723.1 • G.726 • G.729 a/b • Codec auto negotiation Fax • T.30 • T.38 (optional) Voice Gateway • Registration to primary Asterisk Server • DTMF: IAX2 Out-of-band and In-band support • Flexible Dial Plan • Caller ID (Name and Number): BellCore (USA, China), ETSI (Germany, UK, Italy), DTMF (Denmark, Sweden), FSK (Japan) Telephone lines • DTMF; In-band or Out-of-Band • Flash Hook Timer • Polarity Control • Caller ID; Bellcore, ETSI IVR Supplementary services • Call Hold • Call Waiting • Caller ID • Caller ID on Call Waiting • Caller ID Disable/Enable • Caller ID Blocking • Three-way Calling • Blind Transfer • Attendant Transfer • Call Parking • VMWI (Voice Mail Waiting Indicator) • Do not Disturb • Call Forwarding • Call Forwarding on Busy • Selective Call Forwarding • Distinctive Ringing • Selective/ anonymous Call Rejection • Speed Dialing • Flexible Dial Plan • IAX Context Support • IAX Language Support • Hot Line • Warm Line FXS Control Features • VAD (Voice Activity Detection) • CNG (Comfort Noise Generation) • AEC (Auto Echo Cancellation) • Dynamic Jitter Buffer • User programmable Gain Control 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 64 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 65. • Full duplex audio Ring Options • Ring frequency setting • Ring waveform selection • Distinctive ring setting Management and configuration • Web based administration and configuration • Automated provisioning and firmware update via HTTP or FTP • Asterisk provisioning support (optional) • Report generation and Event Logging • Syslog and debug records Mass Deployment Provisioning • Open Standard http-based data transfer • Full integration with CPE devices • Individual IAD firmware and configuration data downloads • Auto-provisioning of IAD firmware and configuration data • Automated import of MAC addresses into automated provisioning system • Group provisioning or single provisioning Security • Password protected access • Provisioning, Configuration via HTTPS • Registration Security • Time out web session control • Hardware reset button Router / Bridge • Router or Bridge mode selection • VLAN tagging, 802.1p • VPN pass through • ToS • QoS bandwidth management • MAC spoofing • Port forwarding • DMZ • IP Filtering • Configurable MTU size Data networking • IEEE 802.3 MAC address • IPv4 • ARP • DNS • ICMP • TCP • UDP • RTP • RTCP • PPPoE • DHCP Client/Server • DiffServ • SNTP NAT transversal IAX NAT support 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 65 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 66. 12 Specifications Model IAD-200X Digital Signal Processors and • System On Chip (SOC) Control Processor • MIPS-X5 unified RISC and DSP core (up to 180 DSP MIPS) • 384 KB on-chip RAM, 16-way interleaved with single cycle access • 16 KB cache • Low power • 1.8 Volt core voltage • 3.3 Volt I/O voltage • 2 MB flash memory Mechanical, Environment and Power • Operating temperature 32 to 122 Fahrenheit / 0o to 50o Celsius • Operating Humidity 10% to 95% (non-condensing) • Storage temperature 14 to 140 Fahrenheit / -10o to 60o Celsius • Operating voltage and current 12 VDC, 800 mA • AC-to-DC power supply 100 – 240 VAC auto-ranging, 50 – 60 Hz 1 Amp maximum current FXS Line Characteristics • Interface Connector RJ-11 • Signaling Loop start / DTMF • Line Impedance 600 / 900 Ohm, complex impedance • Insertion Loss 2 dB nominal (adjustable) • Return Loss >= 18 dB • Frequency Response 300 – 3400 Hz +/- 2dB. WRT 1004 Hz -6dB to +6 dB • Input Level Adjustment 0 dB to 13 dB • Output Attenuation >= 45 dB • Longitudinal Balance 20 mA • Loop Current 50 V RMS nominal • Ring Voltage Interface Ports • One RJ-45 for WAN Ethernet Port, 10/100 Mbps • One RJ-45 for LAN Ethernet Port, 10/100 Mbps • Two RJ-11 FXS ports for analog phone sets Optical indicators (LED) • Power • SYS or System (off, registered, blink) • WAN (off, link, activity) • LAN (off, link, activity) • Phone 1 (off, in use, ringing) • Phone 2 (off, in use, ringing) Reset Reset button on back Compliant • UL CE • FCC Part 15 B • RTTE (EN60950) 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 66 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 67. 13 Annex I - Dial Plans. A dial plan gives the unit a map to determine when a complete number has been entered and should be passed on to the Asterisk server. Dial plans are expressed using the same syntax as used by MGCP NCS specification. The formal syntax of the dial plan is described in the following notation: Digit ::= "0" | "1" | "2" | "3" | "4" | "5" | "6" | "7" | "8" | "9" Timer ::= "T" | "t" Letter ::= Digit | Timer | "#" | "*" | "A" | "a" | "B" | "b" | "C" | "c"| "D" | "d" Range ::= "X" | "x" -- matches any digit | "[" Letters "]" -- matches any of the specified letters Letters::= Subrange | Subrange Letters Subrange::= Letter -- matches the specified letter | Digit "-" Digit -- matches any digit between first and last Position::= Letter | Range StringElement::= Position -- matches any occurrence of the position | Position "." -- matches an arbitrary number of occurrences including 0 String ::= StringElement | StringElement String StringList::= String | String "|" StringList DialPlan::= String | "(" StringList ")" A dial plan, according to this syntax, is defined either by a (case insensitive) string or by a list of strings. Regardless of the above syntax, a timer is only allowed if it appears in the last position in a string (12T3 is not valid). Each string is an alternate numbering scheme. The unit will process the dial plan by comparing the current dial string against the dial plan. If the result is under-qualified (partial matches at least one entry), then it will do nothing further. If the result matches or is over-qualified (no further digits could possibly produce a match), then it sends the string to the gatekeeper and clear the dial string. The Timer T is activated when it has all that is required to produce a match. The period of timer T is 4 seconds. For example, a dial plan of (xxxT|xxxxx) will match immediately if 5 digits are entered. It will also match after a 4 second pause when 3 digits are entered. The following are examples of Dial Plans. • Simple Dial Plan Allows the dialing of 7 digit numbers (e.g. 5551234) or an operator on 0. Dial plan is (0T|xxxxxxx) • Non-dialed Line Dial Plan As soon as the handset is lifted, the unit contacts the gatekeeper (used for systems where dtmf detection is done in-call). Dial plan is (x.) i.e. match against 0 (or more) digits. Note: the dot ‘.’ • Complex Dial Plan Local operator on 0, long distance operator on 00, four digit local extension number starting with 3,4 or 5, seven digit local numbers are prefixed by an 8, two digit star services (e.g. 69), ten digit long distance prefixed by 91, and international numbers starting with 9011+variable number of digits. The dial plan for this is: (0T|00T|[3-5]xxx|8xxxxxxx|*xx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9011x.T) 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 67 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 68. 14 Annex II - Tone and Ring Cadence Configuration. The various tone patterns generated by the IAD-200X are all configurable via the standard config variable process. In addition, the ring cadence patterns used are also configurable. This section describes how to configure tones and ring cadence patterns. 14.1 Tone Configuration The "language" for specifying the tone components is quite simple. They can be summarized by the following BNF: Freqval ::= frequency in Hertz Powerval ::= power in Dbm0 Timeval ::= time in milliseconds Repeatval ::= # of cycles to repeat Tonename ::= "DTMF_0" | "DTMF_1" | "DTMF_2" | "DTMF_3" | "DTMF_4" | "DTMF_5" | "DTMF_6" | "DTMF_7" | "DTMF_8" | "DTMF_9" | "DTMF_STAR" | "DTMF_POUND" | "DTMF_A" | "DTMF_B" | "DTMF_C" | "DTMF_D" | "DIALTONE" | "BUSY" | "RINGBACK" | "CALLWAITING" | "NETWORK_BUSY" | "CONFIRM" | "STUTTER_DIAL" | "OFF_HOOK_WARN" | "MSG_WAIT_INDICATOR" | "REORDER" | "CUSTOM_1" | "CUSTOM_2" | "CUSTOM_3" | "CUSTOM_4" | "CUSTOM_5" | "CUSTOM_6" | "CUSTOM_7" | "CUSTOM_8" | "CUSTOM_9" Idle ::= "IDLE" Active ::= "ON" | "OFF" Inactive ::= Idle "(" Timeval ")" Active ::= Active "(" Timeval ")" Sequence ::= Active | Active "," Sequence Repetition ::= "[" Sequence "]" Repeatval Repeat ::= "R" Cycle ::= Sequence | Repetition Fullsequence ::= Cycle | Cycle "," Fullsequence Cadence ::= Fullsequence | Fullsequence "," Repeat | Fullsequence "," Inactive "," Repeat Toneref ::= "{" Tonename "}" Toneseq ::= Toneref | Toneref "|" Toneseq Freqcomp ::= Freqval "@" Powerval Freq ::= Freqcomp | Freqcomp "+" Freqcomp Tone ::= Toneseq | Freq "#" Cadence Example Tone Configurations • Example 1: A European dialtone DIALTONE 425@-5#ON(1000),R • Example 2 A European ringback tone RINGBACK 425@-10#ON(1000),OFF(5000),R • Example 3 CUSTOM_1 950@-25#ON(330),OFF(30) CUSTOM_2 1400@-25#ON(330),OFF(30) CUSTOM_3 1800@-25#ON(330),OFF(30),IDLE(1000) CUSTOM_4 {CUSTOM_1}|{CUSTOM_2}|{CUSTOM_3} 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 68 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 69. A Config file example. Name Value DIALTONE 450@-5#ON(1000),R RINGBACK 450@-10#ON(1000),OFF(4000),R NETWORK_BUSY 450@-10#ON(350),OFF(350),R BUSY 450@-10#ON(350),OFF(350),R 14.2 Ring Cadence Configuration Using the above notation, the BNF description for the ring cadence patterns is as follows: Timeval ::= time in milliseconds Repeatval ::= # of cycles to repeat Tonename ::= "RING_0" | "RING_1" | "RING_2" | "RING_3" | "RING_4" | "RING_5" | "RING_6" | "RING_7" | "RING_8" | "RING_9" Idle ::= "IDLE" Active ::= "ON" | "OFF" Inactive ::= Idle "(" Timeval ")" Active ::= Active "(" Timeval ")" Sequence ::= Active | Active "," Sequence Repetition ::= "[" Sequence "]" Repeatval Repeat ::= "R" Cycle ::= Sequence | Repetition Fullsequence ::= Cycle | Cycle "," Fullsequence Cadence ::= Fullsequence | Fullsequence "," Repeat | Fullsequence "," Inactive "," Repeat Ring ::= Cadence 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 69 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 70. 15 Annex III – Term and Definitions Main Terms and Definitions used in this document. Term/Acronym Meaning Remarks/Meaning ANI Automatic Number Identification A service that provides the telephone number of an incoming call. ANI is used for a variety of functions: by receiving the incoming telephone number, telephone companies can direct a call to the proper long distance carrier's equipment; it can help identify the caller's address to speed response time to 911 calls; and it can route an 800 call to the nearest vendor. ISDN, the standards for transmissions on telephone lines, supports ANI ATA Analogue Telephone Adaptor Connects an Analogue Telephone to a VoIP network BNF Backus Naur Form Formal notation to describe programming syntax CDR Call Detail Record A data record that contains information related to a telephone call, such as the origination and destination addresses of the call, the time the call started and ended, the duration of the call, the time of day the call was made and any toll charges that were added through the network or charges for operator services, among other details of the call CPE Customer Premises Equipment Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises (i.e., it is owned or leased by the customer). In some cases, the term is used for software only solutions or systems CODEC Codification / DECodification CRM Customer Relationship Management DID Direct-Inward-Dial DiffServ Differentiated Services DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Used by touch-tone telephones. DTMF assigns a specific frequency (consisting of two separate tones) to each key so that it can be easily identified FCC Federal Communications Commission An independent United States government agency, directly responsible to Congress, charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 US states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions H.323 A standard approved by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) that defines how audiovisual conferencing data is transmitted across networks IAX Inter-Asterisk EXchange IPSEC Short for IP Security A set of protocols developed by the IETF to support secure exchange of packets at the IP layer ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network An international communications standard for sending voice, video, and data over digital telephone lines or normal telephone wire ISP Internet Service Provider LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol An Internet protocol that email and other programs use to look up information from a server LED Light Emission Diode MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol NAT Network Address Translation PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network Is the concatenation of the world's public circuit-switched telephone networks RADIUS Remote Authentication Dial-In User An authentication and accounting system used by Internet Service Service Providers (ISPs). After dial in to the ISP you must enter your username and password, information that is passed to a RADIUS server, which checks that the information is correct, and then authorizes access to the ISP system RTP Real-Time Transport Protocol An Internet protocol for transmitting real-time data such as audio and video. RTP itself does not guarantee real-time delivery of data, but it does provide mechanisms for the sending and receiving applications to support streaming data. Typically, RTP runs on top of the UDP protocol, although the specification is general enough to 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 70 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net
  • 71. support other transport protocols R&TTE Radio and Telecommunications Known as the R&TTE directive or RTTE for short, is the main route Terminal Equipment Directive to compliance for Radio and Telecoms equipment that is sold in Europe SGCP Simple Gateway Control Protocol SIP Session Initiation Protocol ToS Type of Service UAC User Agent Client UAS User Agent Server UDP User Datagram Protocol UL Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) is an independent, not-for-profit product-safety testing and certification organization UPnP Universal Plug and Play Universal Plug and Play Forum, an industry group of companies working to enable device-to-device interoperability by promoting Universal Plug and Play VMS Voice Mail System VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol 9050 Pines Blvd, Suite #110 Page 71 of 71 Version 1.40, January 2006 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Phone: (954) 241-0590 United States of America Company Proprietary and Confidential Fax: (954) 272-0380 Web: http://www.globetel.net Use pursuant to Company instructions E-mail: info@globetel.net