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Ies5000 config guide

  1. 1. •www.adcom.co.thIES‐5000 SystemConfiguration guide •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  2. 2. AgendaA d •www.adcom.co.th•Products overview•Get Start Get Start•ADSL configuration guide H 248 fi i id•H.248 configuration guide•SIP configuration guide•Configuration File & Firmware Diagnostic•Diagnostic •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  3. 3. Products overviewProducts overview •www.adcom.co.th •IES‐5000 overview MSC1000G i •MSC1000G overview •ALC1248G‐51 overview •VOP1248G‐61 overview p g •Splitter wiring •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  4. 4. IES‐5000 overview •www.adcom.co.th •48-port ADSL2/ ADSL2+ Annex B Management card •48-port SHDSL/SHDSL.bis •48-port ADSL2/ ADSL2+ Annex A 48 port •72-port ADSL2/ ADSL2+ Annex A •24-port VDSL2 line ca d po t S e card •48-port VoIP POTS line card
  5. 5. MSC1000G overview •www.adcom.co.th ACO  ACO Alarm  Console  port  port 1000 Base T  SFP Open Slot SFP Open Slot Ethernet  Eth t Out‐of‐band  Management 
  6. 6. ALC1248G‐51 overview •www.adcom.co.th Power Telco 50 connecter Telco 50 connecter LED ALC1248G‐51 ALC1248G 51SystemLED Alarm Console port LED •Maximum transmission rate up to 25 Mbps/ p p •1.2 Mbps for ADSL2+, support Annex M,L
  7. 7. VOP1248G‐61 overview •www.adcom.co.th Power  LED System  LED  Alarm  LED  Test in/out port  Telco 50 connector  Console port  -support H.248 version 2 or SIP singling protocol upon firmware using (default is SIP)
  8. 8. Splitter wiring •IES‐5005 •www.adcom.co.th •MSC‐1024 •PBX •P1 •P2 •Splitter•ALC‐1248•VOP‐1248 •1 •Disconnection •10 •Back Mount Frame •Splitter •Splitter •DSL CPE DSL CPE •DSL CPE
  9. 9. Get StartG t St t •www.adcom.co.th•Login•IP setup IP setup •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  10. 10. Login #1 •www.adcom.co.th•Web browser IP Address : 192.168.1.1 Username : admin Password : 1234 * Outband IP Address : 192.168.0.1
  11. 11. Login #2 •www.adcom.co.thConsole CLI 9600 bps, No parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit,No flow control Username : admin Password : 1234
  12. 12. IP Setup •www.adcom.co.thSys -> IP Setup Click Change IP and gateway to Management Network
  13. 13. ADSL configuration guideADSL configuration guide •www.adcom.co.th Step1: ADSL/default VLAN setup Step2: Profile setup Step3: Port setup Step4: PVC setup Step5: Verifying •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  14. 14. Step1: VLAN setup #1VLAN -> VLAN (Create Service VLAN) •www.adcom.co.th Click Add VLAN 79 -Name : Internet -Port up2 : Fixed and Choose Tag Ch T -Port sub1, sub2, up1 : Forbidden
  15. 15. Step1: VLAN Setup #2 VLAN -> VLAN (Create Management VLAN) •www.adcom.co.thAdd VLAN 49 Click-Name : MGMT-Port up2 : Fixed and Choose Tag-Port sub1, sub2, up1 : F bidd P t b1 b2 1 Forbidden
  16. 16. Step1: VLAN Setup #3Sys -> IP Setup (Change Management VLAN) •www.adcom.co.th Change Management VLAN Click * Please configuration via outband (MGMT) port IP Address 192.168.0.1
  17. 17. Step2: Profile Setup •www.adcom.co.thProfile -> ADSL Add profile name and speed rate
  18. 18. Step3: Port Setup#1Port -> ADSL •www.adcom.co.th 1 Select slot click “Load”, then select Port, click “Load”. 2 Choose Enable 3 Select Mode 4 Select ADSL Profile Se ec S o e 5 Advanced feature click “Setup” (See next slide) Click 6 Click “Apply” Apply Click
  19. 19. Step3: Port Setup#2Port -> ADSL (Advanced feature setup) •www.adcom.co.th
  20. 20. Step3: Port Setup#3 •www.adcom.co.thPort -> ADSL -> Copy Select port then click or click All for select All port then Click Apply to Delete 1 Click 3 Click 2 Click
  21. 21. Step4: PVC Setup •www.adcom.co.thPort -> PVC 1 Select slot then click “Load” 2 Select port then click “Load Click 3 Add VPI/VCI 4 Add PVID (VLAN ID) 5 Select Profile 6 Click “Apply” Apply Click
  22. 22. Step5: Verifying •www.adcom.co.thStatistics -> Port Statistics
  23. 23. H.248 configuration guideH 248 configuration guide •www.adcom.co.th H.248 introduction H.248 example Step1: Voice VLAN setup Step2: setup card IP Step3: setup signal/media card Step4: setup H.248 gateway Step5: setup profile Step6: setup H.248 interface Step7: setup port terminations Step8: port isolation Step9: Verifying •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  24. 24. H.248 Introduction •www.adcom.co.th •MGC •MG •MG •IP IP • NETWORK •ANALOG •ANALOG•User C •User D •H.248 VoIP network has a single intelligent control unit, which manages a network of dumb endpoint devices.
  25. 25. H.248 example •www.adcom.co.th •Softswitch •192.168.17.18 •GW •10.134.32.254•H.248 interface •Signal card•10.134.32.36/24 •10.134.32.37/24 0 3 3 3 / •media card •10.134.32.39/24
  26. 26. Step1: Voice VLAN setup •www.adcom.co.th•VLAN->VLAN 1. Setting Voice 1 S tti V i VLAN up
  27. 27. Step2: setup card IP#1 •www.adcom.co.th•VoIP->IP 1.For example: the H.248 interface address is ip: 10.134.32.36/24 gw: 10 134 32 254 10.134.32.254 2. Setting card IP address with same subnet 3. Set voice VLAN to be interface VID
  28. 28. Step2: setup card IP#2 •www.adcom.co.th•VoIP->IP 1. Set another card with the same subnet 2. 2 Set voice VLAN to be interface VID
  29. 29. Step3: setup signal/media card •www.adcom.co.th•VoIP->VoIP H248 1. Set a master card to be signal mode 2. Another card must be a media mode 3. 3 Than use a signal IP address to be a se Master IP
  30. 30. Step4: setup H.248 gateway •www.adcom.co.th•VoIP->Route 1. Set Voice t 1 S t V i gateway address dd Notice: Only set onto a signal card
  31. 31. Step5: setup profile •www.adcom.co.th•Profile ->VoIP H248 1. Set your softswitch IP address
  32. 32. Step6: setup H.248 interface 1. Enter H.248 interface IP •www.adcom.co.th•VoIP ->Interface 2.Set a Voice VLAN as VID. 3. Signal slot is a primary. 4. MG must be Enable. 5. 5 Select your H248 profile profile. 6. Enter card IP as Slave
  33. 33. Step7: setup port terminations •www.adcom.co.th•Port -> VoIP H248 Assign a termination to each voice port (up to the MGC configuration)
  34. 34. Step8: port isolation •www.adcom.co.th•Switch -> Switch Setup ->Isolation Uncheck port isolation
  35. 35. Step9: Verifying#1 •www.adcom.co.th•statistics -> H248
  36. 36. Step9: Verifying#2 •www.adcom.co.th
  37. 37. Step9: Verifying#3 •www.adcom.co.th•statistics -> Port statistics
  38. 38. Step9: Verifying#4 •www.adcom.co.th
  39. 39. SIP configuration guideSIP configuration guide •www.adcom.co.th SIP introduction SIP example Step1: Voice VLAN setup Step2: setup card IP Step3: setup VoIP gateway Step4: setup profile Step5: setup port Step6: setup Countrycode Step7: port isolation Step8: Verifying •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  40. 40. SIP introduction •www.adcom.co.th •SIP •SIP Gateway Gateway •ANALOG •IP NETWORK •ANALOG•User A•User A •User B •SIP VoIP network has no separate control unit, relying upon intelligent endpoints i l i i lli d i
  41. 41. SIP example •www.adcom.co.th
  42. 42. Step1: voice VLAN setup •www.adcom.co.th•VLAN->VLAN 1. Setting Voice 1 S tti V i VLAN up
  43. 43. Step2: setup card IP •www.adcom.co.thVoIP -> IP 1.Set VoIP card’s IP address/subnet mask 2.Set a voice VLAN number as the VID 3. Set the DNS
  44. 44. Step3: setup VoIP gateway •www.adcom.co.thVoIP -> Route 1.Set the VoIP gateway
  45. 45. Step4: setup Profile •www.adcom.co.thProfile -> VoIP SIP 1.Set the SIP server IP/port 2. Set h Registration Server IP/port 2 S the R i i S IP/ 2. Set Proxy Server IP/port
  46. 46. Step5: setup port 1.Select 1 S l t SIP slot’s port l •www.adcom.co.th t’ tPort -> VoIP SIP 2.Enabling a port 3.Set account/password 4.Select a SIP profile 5.Set the phone number 6.A polarity should be off p y
  47. 47. Step6: setup Countrycode •www.adcom.co.thVoIP -> Countrycode
  48. 48. Step7: port isolation •www.adcom.co.th•Switch -> Switch Setup ->Isolation Uncheck port isolation
  49. 49. Step8: verifying •www.adcom.co.th•statistics -> Port statistics -> Select line card
  50. 50. Configuration File & FirmwareConfiguration File & Firmware •www.adcom.co.th •Backup & Restore configuration file •Factory default & reboot •Factory default & reboot •Firmware upgrade •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  51. 51. Backup & Restore configuration file •www.adcom.co.th•Maintenance -> CFG Backup•Maintenance -> CFG Restore M i t R t
  52. 52. Factory default & reboot •www.adcom.co.th•Maintenance -> CFG reset•Maintenance -> Reboot
  53. 53. Firmware upgrade •www.adcom.co.th •Maintenance -> FW Upgrade 1.Check to which card, need to be upgraded. upgraded 2.Browse a firmware for that card 3.Click “Upgrade” button Notice: N i unmatched fi h d firmware-card type d may cause a card damage.
  54. 54. Diagnostic •www.adcom.co.th •ADSL diagnostic •VoIP diagnostic •VoIP diagnostic •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.
  55. 55. ADSL diagnostic •www.adcom.co.th•Diagnostic -> LDM Test Items: in loop diagnostic mode (LDM) hlog: show the channel mechanism in logarithm scale qln: show quiet line noise in root mean square level snr: display signal to noise
  56. 56. VoIP diagnostic •www.adcom.co.th•Diagnostic -> MLT Mode: in metallic line test (MLT) test - test performed from MG directly p y Relay - In: test inner loop from external device Out: test outer loop from external device Off: prohibit relay process Both: perform inner/outer external loop
  57. 57. •www.adcom.co.thTHANK YOU •Advanced Comm Co., Ltd.

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