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D-Link
DVG-1402S
Broadband Phone Service VoIP Router
Manual
Building Networks for People
(09/24/04)

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    D-Link DVG-1402S Broadband Phone Service VoIP Router Manual Building Networks for People (09/24/04)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Features and Benefits ...6 LEDs ...7 Getting Started ...8 Connecting the DVG-1402S Directly to a Modem and Computer ... Configuring the DVG-1402S for DSL Connection ... Connecting the DVG-1402S in Front of a Router ... Configuring the DVG-1402S for DSL Connection ...

  • Page 3: Package Contents

    Standard (RJ-11) Telephone Cable Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage rating than the one included with the DVG-1402S will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction The D-LINK DVG-1402S Broadband Phone Service VoIP Router links traditional telephony networks to IP networks with conventional telephony devices such as analog phones or fax machines. The DVG-1402S includes two RJ-11 telephone jacks that provide voice communication over the IP network, and five Ethernet ports.

  • Page 5: Connections

    Connections n i l Warning! Using a different power adapter than the one included with your purchase will damage the DVG-1402S and void the warranty. t i n n i l . e l...

  • Page 6: Features And Benefits

    Features & Benefits Two analog RJ-11 phone connectors One 10/100Mbps WAN port for connecting to a DSL/Cable Modem or other WAN devices Four 10/100Mbps LAN ports for connecting to a local network IP address assignment using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or static configuration Remote software download/update Supports IP sharing to allow multiple users to access the Internet via a...

  • Page 7: Leds

    LEDS i l o i v i t i n l l i a l f t s i l l i g i l d i l l l i a l f a l f l l i i l b .

  • Page 8: Getting Started

    If your computer connects directly to a DSL or Cable modem and does not connect to a router, follow the steps below to install your DVG-1402S. After the steps are completed, your setup should look similar to the diagram below. Note: This is the most common setup configuration for the DVG-1402S.

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    LAN or Ethernet port. Leave the other end of this cable attached to your PC. 4. Plug the Ethernet cable connector that you just removed from the modem into one of the four LAN ports on the back of the DVG-1402S. The other end remains attached to the PC.

  • Page 10: Configuring The Dvg-1402s For Dsl Connection

    (Wall Socket or Surge Protector). 12. Restart your PC. Next you must configure your DVG-1402S. If you are using a DSL Modem with a PPPoE or DHCP connection, you will need to continue on to the following section. If you are using a Cable Modem, and your service provider requires a MAC address, skip this section and refer to the section titled “MAC Cloning for...

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    Getting Started (continued) Connecting the DVG-1402S Directly to a Modem and Computer (No Router) Click Login to the web- based management module. Click Configure WAN/LAN Access. Click Configure WAN Port. Select PPPoE from the pull-down menu. Enter your User Name and Authentication Password and Confirm Password.

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    Getting Started (continued) Connecting the DVG-1402S Directly to a Modem and Computer (No Router) Select Save changes and reboot system now. Click Save Once the unit reboots you will be returned to the main screen. Check to see if the...

  • Page 13: Connecting The Dvg-1402s In Front Of A Router

    Connecting the DVG-1402S in Front of a Router If you wish to connect your DVG-1402S in front of a router, follow the steps below. After the steps are completed, your setup should look similar to the diagram below. This is the recommended method for setting up the DVG-1402S.

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    Cable/DSL Modem into the “WAN” port of the DVG-1402S. 7. Unpack the Cat 5 Ethernet Cable (blue) that came with the DVG-1402S. 8. Attach one end of this Cat 5 Ethernet Cable (blue) to one of the four “LAN” Ports on the rear of the DVG-1402S.

  • Page 15: Configuring The Dvg-1402s For Dsl Connection

    19. Restart your PC. Next you must configure your DVG-1402S and PC. If you are using a DSL Modem with a PPPoE or DHCP connection, you will need to continue on to the following section. If you are using a Cable Modem, and your service provider requires a MAC address, skip this section and refer to the section titled “MAC...

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    Getting Started (continued) Connecting the DVG-1402S in Front of a Router Click Login to the web- based management module. Click Configure WAN/LAN Access. Click Configure WAN Port. Select PPPoE from the pull-down menu. Enter your User Name and Authentication Password and Confirm Password.

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    Once the unit reboots you will be returned to the main screen. Check to see if the status LED light is blinking green on the front panel of the DVG-1402S. Setup of the DVG-1402S with a DSL modem is now complete.

  • Page 18: Connecting The Dvg-1402s Behind A Router

    Getting Started (continued) Connecting the DVG-1402S Behind a Router If you wish to connect your DVG-1402S behind a router, follow the steps below. After the steps are completed, your setup should look similar to the diagram below. 1. Turn off your Computer.

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    6. Plug the Cat 5 Ethernet Cable from the PC into the “LAN” port of the DVG-1402S. 7. Unpack the Cat 5 Ethernet Cable (blue) that came with the DVG-1402S. 8. Attach one end of this Cat 5 Ethernet Cable (blue) to the “WAN” Port on the rear of the DVG-1402S.

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    By default the unit is already configured to work behind a router. Be sure to change your computer’s IP settings to DHCP (to automatically be assigned an IP address from the DVG-1402S) regardless of what type of internet connection you have. (Please refer to your NIC card’s manual for detailed information.)

  • Page 21: Mac Cloning For Cable Connection

    2. Write down the MAC address of your system. This address is written in the following format: 00:aa:bb:11:22:33. 3. Open a Web browser and type in the IP address of the DVG-1402S (default is 192.168.15.1). Log into the Web-based management module (see the next section for more information) and click on Configure WAN Port.

  • Page 22: Web-based Management

    Web-based Management Prior to using your Web browser for Web-based management, if DHCP is not enabled on your computer, be sure to assign a static IP address to the VoIP Router. Go to Start>Control Panel>Network Connections>Right-click local area connection >select Properties>...

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    Web-based Management (continued) Click on Login to the Web-based Management module Setting Up the Connection To configure the WAN port, please do the following: Click on Configure WAN Port. Choose your type of connection. Manually enter your DNS address (if applicable).

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    Web-based Management (continued) To configure the LAN port for the device, please do the following: Click on Configure LAN Port. In this configuration menu, users can configure the LAN IP Address. (Recommended for advanced users.) By default the LAN IP Address is: 192.168.15.1 After you have configured your WAN and LAN ports you can click on Save and Restart System in the Configuration menu, or you can continue to configure the VoIP Router.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > Proxy DNS State - This toggles Enable and Disable for Proxy function. Proxy Address - Enter the Proxy DNS IP address if instructed by your service provider. Click Save to save the settings. Configure LAN Port >...

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > DHCP Configuration > Dynamic IP Assignment Use the Dynamic IP Assignment configure the device to act as a DHCP server for the LAN. The items on this window are described below: Default Gateway - This specifies the Gateway IP Address that will be assigned to and used by the DHCP clients.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > DHCP Configuration > Static IP Assignment Static Assignment functions in much the same way as the Dynamic IP Assignment. The only difference is that a particular IP address can be assigned to a particular host.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration Select enabled or disabled for the NAT function. Click Save to save the settings. Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration > Virtual Server Configuration This window allows you to view the current virtual server configuration settings.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration > Virtual Server Configuration (continued) The items on this window are described below: Index - Choose the index number that you would like to edit (Form 1 to 6). Protocol - Choose the protocol either TCP or UDP.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration > Virtual Server Configuration (continued) The items on this window are described below: Forwarding Mode - Select to enable or disable the DMZ. (Demilitarized Zone) allows single computer exposed internet. By default the DMZ is disabled.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration > Dynamic NAT (continued) The items on this window are described below: Index - Choose the index number that you would like to edit (Form 1 to 6). Global IP Start - Enter the beginning designated IP address for the particular range...

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > NAT Configuration > Static NAT This window allows you to view the current Static NAT settings. Click the edit icon on this window to access the second Static NAT window: The items on this window are described below: Index - Choose the index number that you would like to edit (Form 1 to 6).

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > Routing > RIP Select to use RIPv1, RIPv2 or On (both versions) for the LAN and WAN interface. To disable both versions of RIP select Off. Click Save to save the settings. RIP - Routing Information Protocol that specifies how routers exchange...

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    Web-based Management (continued) Configure LAN Port > RIP > Static Route Configuration (continued) The items on this window are described below: IP Address - Type in the IP Address of the subnet or device where packets are routed. Subnet Mask - Type in an appropriate subnet mask that allows the static route to function.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Firewall Rules Firewall Rules is an advance feature used to deny or allow traffic from passing through the device. The filtering sets are sets of rules defined in the menus shown below. Click the edit icon on the window above to access the Firewall Rules window for the...

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    Web-based Management (continued) Firewall Rules (continued) Comment- Type in an appropriate identifying comment for the rule. Pass or Block- Select Pass or Block to perform this action on packets as defined below. Direction- Select In or Out to pass or block packets coming in or going out of the network.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Firewall Rules (continued) TCP Flag - Select enabled or disabled to enable or disable the filter rule as defined in the menu. TCP Packet Options - Optional TCP packet options include: Acknowledgment, Push, Reset, SYN, and FIN. Consult a certified technician before selecting any of these advanced options.

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    Web-based Management (continued) MAC Filter (continued) The items on this window are described below: Index - This is the index number that you are editing (1-16). MAC Address - Enter the MAC address of the client that will be filtered. State - This toggles Disable and Enable for the MAC address filtering function for this index.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Statistics > WAN Internet Connection Statistics This window displays a variety of WAN Connection statistics. Statistics > Phone Port Statistics This window displays a variety of Phone Port statistics.

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    The saved file or any other saved setting file created by the DVG-1402S can be uploaded into the unit. To restore a system settings file, click on Browse to search the local hard drive for the file to be used.

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    Web-based Management (continued) Factory Reset Before performing a Factory Reset, be absolutely certain that this is what you want to do. Once the reset is done, all of the device’s settings stored in NV- RAM will be erased and restored to values present when the device was purchased.

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    Click on Save Configuration at the bottom of the window to save the system settings to NV-RAM. Advanced This section contains advanced configuration settings for the DVG-1402S Vo Router. Please consult a certified technician before making any changes to the Advanced menu.

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    Web-based Management (continued) About This read-only window displays information about the DVG-1402S VoIP such as: Device Type, MAC Address, Boot PROM Firmware, Firmware Version, and DSP Version. The DSP Version will list “Not yet loaded” until you initialize your unit.

  • Page 44: Frequently Asked Questions

    5) Verify that the WAN light is lit along with the corresponding LAN port light and that the PC is plugged into on the back of the DVG-1402S. At this point, the “Power” light, “Status” light, “WAN” light, and “LAN” light (if the PC or another device is plugged in to the LAN port) should be lit green.

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    A: Re-check all the cabling installations. Make sure that the Ethernet cable from the PC is plugged into one of the LAN ports of the DVG-1402S and the Ethernet cable from the cable modem is plugged into the WAN port of the DVG- 1402S.

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    DSL modem.) Q: Can I use my DVG-1402S on a MGCP network? A: No, DVG-1402S is a SIP device and uses the SIP protocol in handling all of the telephony elements. Q: I need to open certain ports, where do I go to make this configuration change? A: This can be done in the “Firewall Rules”.

  • Page 47: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications Call Control Protocols Compliance: SIP2 (RFC3261) SIP1 (RFC2543) Voice Compression: G.711 (A-law and u-law), G.723.1, G.726, G.729a Analog Voice Ports: Type: Loop-Start FXS interfaces DTMF tone detection/generation V.21/V.25 Modem/Fax tone detection Echo Cancellation: G.168 Ethernet Ports: WAN/LAN: 10/100 Auto MDI/MDI-X Ethernet ports IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet compliance IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet compliant Quality of Service:...

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    Technical Specifications (continued) LEDs: General: Power Status/Alarm Ethernet: WAN: 10/100M, Link/Act LAN: 10/100M, Link/Act Phone 1 to 2: Hook/Ringing Provision Light Dimensions: W = 6.77 inches (172mm) D = 6.16 inches (156.6 mm) H = 1.34 inches (34mm) Number of Ports: One 10/100BASE-T Ethernet port (WAN) Four 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet port (LAN) Two loop-start FXS RJ-11 ports...

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    Technical Specifications (continued) Safety: UL/CUL Emission (EMI): FCC Class B CE Class B...

  • Page 50: Technical Support

    If you experience any hardware problems with the DVG-1402S, please contact D-Link Technical Support. You can find software updates and user documentation on the D-Link website. D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States and within Canada for the duration of the warranty period on this product.

  • Page 51: Warranty

    D-Link’s sole obligation shall be to repair or replace the defective Hardware during the Warranty Period at no charge to the original owner or to refund at D-Link’s sole discretion. Such repair or replacement will be rendered by D-Link at an Authorized D-Link Service Office. The replacement Hardware need not be new or have an identical make, model or part.

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    D-Link may reject or return any product that is not packaged and shipped in strict compliance with the foregoing requirements, or for which an RMA number is not visible from the outside of the package. The product owner agrees to pay D-Link’s reasonable handling and return shipping charges for any product...

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