D-Link DG-102S VoIP Station Gateway Manual Version 1.10 Building Networks for People...
Contents Package Contents ................3 Introduction....................4 Features and Benefits ................5 Getting Started ..................6 Configuration ..................10 Using Web-Based Management ............11 Configuration Using a Console ............35 Using the Boot Menu ................45 Command Line Interface ..............54 Technical Specifications ..............62 Waranty ....................65 Registration ..................68 Contacting Technical Support ..............69...
Package Contents Contents of Package: D-Link DG-102S VoIP Station Gateway Ethernet Cable (Straight-through CAT5 with RJ-45 connectors) 12V/1A A/C Power Adapter If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller. System Requirements: Computers with Windows, Macintosh, or Linux-based operating systems with an installed Ethernet adapter Internet Explorer Version 6.0 or Netscape Navigator...
Introduction The D-Link DG-102S VoIP Station Gateway links traditional telephony networks to IP networks with conventional telephony devices such as analog phones or fax machines. The DG-102S includes two loop start Foreign Exchange Subscriber (FXS) that interfaces with normal RJ-11 telephone connectors to provide voice/fax communication over the IP network.
Features and Benefits Designed for versatility and performance, the DG-102SP VoIP Gateway provides the following features: Two analog loop-start FXS interfaces using female RJ-11 connectors One analog POTS interface for PSTN Life Line One 10/100 Fast Ethernet WAN port for connecting to a call agent One 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN port for connecting to a local network IP address assignment using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or static configuration...
Power: This LED is lit when the device is receiving power; otherwise, it is unlit. Status: This LED will flash quickly when the DG-102S is either perform- ing a self test or booting up. The LED will remain lit when the system is ready for a connection with the call agent.
Getting Started Identifying External Components 10/100M: This indicator remains unlit when there is no connection, or the port is operating at 10Mbps through a connection to a 10BASE-T device. It is lit when the port is operating at 100Mbps through a con- nection to a dual-speed or 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet device.
Getting Started Identifying External Components AC Power Connector: For the included power adapter. Be sure to use only the 12VDC/1A power adapter included with the product. Using the wrong power adapter can damage the product and void the warranty. Diagnostic Port: An RS-232 serial port used to configure the device. Plug one end of a straight-through wired RS-232 cable to the device and the other end to a serial port of a PC running a terminal emulation pro- gram (such as Microsoft HyperTerminal) or a VT-100 terminal.
Getting Started Installation Do not place heavy objects on the DG-102S. Placing the DG-102S in a well ventilated area is very important. Not doing so may cause damage to the unit. When installing the unit on a desktop or shelf, the rubber feet in- cluded with the device should be attached.
Configuration Configuring the VoIP Gateway There are two ways to configure the VoIP gateway: Using a web browser on a computer connected to the device via the WAN or LAN Ethernet connections. In the discussion below, the computer running the browser is referred to as the management station. Using a terminal or computer running terminal emulation software connected to the diagnostic port via an RS-232 cable.
Using Web-Based Management The DG-102S VoIP Gateway offers an embedded Web-based (hypertext) in- terface allowing users to manage the device from anywhere on the network through a standard browser such as Netscape Navigator, 6.x or later, or Microsoft Internet Explorer, 6.x or later. The Web browser acts as a universal access tool and can communicate directly with the device using HTTP protocol.
Using Web-Based Management Management SNMP Trap Configuration Administration Management Monitor (Ethernet Statistics, DSP Statistics, Tcid Configuration, Coding Profile, and xGCP Configuration) Firmware and Configuration Update Save Changes Factory Reset Restart System Configure Device IP Address Configure Device IP Address window The items on this window are described below: Restart Settings Get IP From: Select the method the VoIP gateway will use to obtain its IP...
Using Web-Based Management Configure Device IP Address DHCP: When DHCP is selected, the VoIP will attempt to obtain its IP settings from a DCHP server located on your LAN. IP Address: Enter an IP address for the VoIP gateway. Subnet Mask: Enter a subnet mask for the VoIP gateway. Default Gateway: Enter the IP address of the WAN device (usually a router) you are using to make the WAN connection.
Using Web-Based Management Configure Call Agent IP Address The items on this window are described below: Notify Entity: Enter the appropriate information for your call agent into this field. RGW Name: This is the residential gateway name your VoIP gateway will be known as by the call agent.
Using Web-Based Management Device Information The items on this window are described below: Device Type: This displays the model name of this device. MAC Address: This displays the MAC address of this device. Boot PROM Version: This displays the version number of the device’s startup code.
Using Web-Based Management Telephony Configuration Telephony Configuration window Enter the desired information on the window above and then click Save.
Using Web-Based Management Dynamic IP Assignment Dynamic IP Assignment window Enter the desired information on the window above and then click Save.
Using Web-Based Management Static IP Assignment First Static IP Assignment window Click on one of the four pointer icons to access and edit the second Static IP Assignment window:...
Using Web-Based Management Static IP Assignment Second Static IP Assignment window Enter the desired information on the window above and then click Save.
Using Web-Based Management NAT Configuration NAT Configuration window After entering the desired information into the window above, enable or disable the NAT Function and then click Save.
Using Web-Based Management Local Server Configuration First Local Server Configuration window This window allows you to view the current local server configuration settings. Click the pointer icon on the window above to access the second Local Server Configuration window.
Using Web-Based Management Local Server Configuration Second Local Server Configuration window After completing the local server configuration settings on the window above, select enabled or disabled in the drop-down menu under State and then click Save.
Using Web-Based Management SNMP Trap Configuration SNMP Trap Configuration window The items on this window are described below: Trap Manager IP Address: The IP address of the trap receiving station. Community Name: A user-defined SNMP community name. SNMP AuthTrap: This allows you to enable or disable the SNMP trap. Click on the Save button at the bottom right of the window to save the settings.
Using Web-Based Management Administration Management Administration Management window To add or change a User Account, fill in the appropriate information in the User Name, Old Password (if applicable), New Password, and Confirm New Password fields. Click on the Save button to keep the settings.
Using Web-Based Management Ethernet Statistics Ethernet Statistics window The items on this window are described below: Rx Packets: The total number of packets received by the device. Rx Bytes: The total number of bytes contained in packets received by the device. Rx Non Ucast Packets: The number of non-unicast packets received by the device.
Using Web-Based Management Ethernet Statistics Rx Collision Errors: The number of collision errors. Rx Short Frames: The number of packets smaller than the 64-octet minimum. Rx CRC Errors: The number of packets received that failed the CRC checksum test. Rx Overrun Packets: The number of packets received that exceed the 1518 octet maximum length imposed on Ethernet packets.
Using Web-Based Management DSP Statistics DSP Statistics window This window displays a variety of DSP statistics.
Using Web-Based Management Tcid Configuration Tcid Configuration window This read-only window displays a variety of Tcid configuration settings.
Using Web-Based Management Coding Profile Coding Profile window This read-only window displays various Coding Profile settings.
Using Web-Based Management xGCP Configuration xGCP Configuration window This read-only window displays settings related to xGCP Configuration.
Using Web-Based Management Firmware and Configuration Update Firmware and Configuration Update window The items on this window are described below: Software Update Mode: This specifies downloading the image file through a WAN Link. TFTP Server Address: The IP address of the TFTP server where the runtime or configuration file is located.
Using Web-Based Management Save Changes Save Changes window After the settings have been saved to NV-RAM, they will become the default settings for the device, and they will be used every time it is powered on, reset or rebooted. The only exception to this is a factory reset, which will clear all settings and restore them to the initial values present when the device was purchased.
Using Web-Based Management Factory Reset Factory Reset to Default Value window Before performing a Factory Reset, be absolutely certain that this is what you want to do. Once the reset is complete, all of the device’s settings stored in NV- RAM will be erased and restored to the values present when the device was purchased.
Using Web-Based Management Restart System Restart System window To perform a reboot of the device, which resets the system, click the Restart button.
Configuration Using a Console Setting up a Console First-time configuration can be carried out through a “console,” that is, either (a) a VT100-type serial data terminal, or (b) a computer running communications software set to emulate a VT100. The console must be connected to the Diagnostics port.
Configuration Using a Console Setting Up a Console A typical console connection is illustrated below: Example of a Console Connection Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using Telnet Once you have set an IP address for your device, you can use a Telnet pro- gram (in a VT-100 compatible terminal mode) to access and configure it.
Configuration Using a Console Console Usage Conventions The up and down arrow keys, the left and right arrow keys, the Tab key, and the Backspace key can be used to move between selected items. It is recommended that you use the Tab key and Backspace key for moving around the console.
Configuration Using a Console Configuration Settings In order for the VoIP to function, you must provide the device with the following information: Where the device receives its IP settings from. IP settings – IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway Notify Entity –...
Configuration Using a Console Configure IP Notify Entity: Enter the appropriate information for your call agent into this field. Residential GW: This is the name your VoIP gateway will be known as by the call agent. It usually consists of the IP address or a normal name. DNS: Enter the IP address for the closest DNS server in this field if enables the DNS function.
Configuration Using a Browser Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using a Web Browser The VoIP gateway comes with a default IP address of 10.1.10.4. You must make sure your computer is in the same Subnet as the Voip gateway. You can do this by changing the IP address of the computer using the screen shown below.
Configuration Using a Browser Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using a Web Browser Click on the Login to the web-based management module button in the middle of the window. The following window will be displayed: Initially, the VoIP gateway does not have a Username or Password. To log in, simply click on the OK button.
Configuration Using a Browser Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using a Web Browser To begin configuring the device, click on the Config IP folder on the left-hand side of the window (shown below). Next, click on Config Device IP Address. The following window will appear: Configure Device IP Address window...
Configuration Using a Browser Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using a Web Browser The items on this window are described below: Restart Settings Get IP From: Select the method the VoIP gateway will use to obtain its IP settings once it is rebooted. Choices include: Manual: When Manual is selected, the VoIP gateway will obtain its IP settings from the fields located just below.
Configuration Using a Browser Configuring the VoIP Gateway Using a Web Browser Configure Call Agent IP Address window The items on this window are described below: Notify Entity: Enter the appropriate information for your call agent into this field. RGW Name: This is the residential gateway name your VoIP gateway will be known as by the call agent.
Using the Boot Menu To access the Boot Menu, you must first make sure the console is connected to the Diagnostics port (an RS-232 port with a 9-socket D-shell connector and DCE-type wiring) and the appropriate cabling for the connection is being used. Please see the previous section, “Configuration,”...
Using the Boot Menu Configuring the IP Use the arrow keys to highlight the first menu item on the Boot Menu, Configure IP, and press <Enter>. The IP Configuration screen will be displayed: Boot Menu—IP Configuration screen Each item on the IP Configuration screen is described below: Notify Entity: Enter the appropriate information for your call agent into this field.
Using the Boot Menu Configuring the IP IP address: Enter an IP address for the VoIP gateway. Subnet mask: Enter a subnet mask for the VoIP gateway. Default gateway: Enter the IP address of the WAN device (usually a router) you are using to make the WAN connection After you have finished, press <Ctrl+S>...
IP: Enter the IP address of the trap manager. Device Information This screen displays various types of information about the DG-102S as well as allowing you to enter information pertaining to name, location, and how to reach the person responsible for maintaining the device.
Using the Boot Menu Device Information Each item on the Device Information screen is described below: Device Type: This displays the model name of this device. MAC Address: This displays the MAC address of this device. Serial Number: This displays the serial number of this device. Boot PROM Version: This displays the version number of the device’s startup code.
Using the Boot Menu Update Boot and Application Files Boot Menu—Update Boot and Application Files screen After making your changes in the fields above, press RESET DEVICE TO START UPDATE to initiate the update sequence. Each item on the Update Boot and Application Files screen is described below: Software Update Mode: This specifies downloading the image file through a WAN Link.
Using the Boot Menu Update Firmware and Configuration Files File Name: The complete path and filename on the TFTP server for the desired configuration file. Last TFTP Server Address: This is a read-only field that displays the IP address of the last TFTP server to be accessed. To save all the changes made in the current session to the device’s flash memory, use the arrow keys to highlight the fourth menu item on the Boot Menu, Save Changes, and press <Enter>.
Using the Boot Menu Factory Reset Note: After performing the Factory Reset, make sure to redefine the IP settings for the device in the IP Configuration menu. Then perform a Restart System on the device. After these three procedures are performed, your Factory Reset is complete.
Using the Boot Menu Restart System Boot Menu—Restart System screen...
Command Line Interface The DG-102S VoIP Gateway offers a line-at-a-time prompt and response scheme to execute various configuration instructions. The interface displays a single prompt character ggdbg> when it is ready to accept a command (ex. ggdbg>set or ggdbg>show). Typing a question mark after the ggdbg> prompt will display a list of helpful user commands.
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands nwdbg un <USERNAME> Definition: This command sets the username if there is a username string, or shows the username/password if only nwdbg un is typed. Parameter(s): <USERNAME, maximum string length is 12 characters> Example: nwdbg un 123456789012 nwdbg pw <PASSWORD>...
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands nwdbg dtmf_relay <0|1> Definition: This command turns the Dual Tone Multiple Frequency (DTMF) relay function on or off, or shows the DTMF relay state if only nwdbg dtmf_relay is typed. Parameter(s): <0 : off, 1 : on> Example: nwdbg dtmf_relay 0 nwdbg mac <MAC ADDRESS>...
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands nwdbg ip <IP ADDRESS> Definition: This command sets the fixed IP address, which is used as the system’s IP address if the software boot mode is Manual mode. If only nwdbg ip is typed, this command shows the IP configuration.
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands nwdbg tftp <0|1> Definition: This command sets the software download link to either a WAN link or a LAN link. If only nwdbg tftp is typed, this command shows the download link. Parameter(s): <0:WAN link, 1:LAN link> Example: nwdbg tftp 0 nwdbg ca <NOTIFY ENTITY>...
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands nwdbg dns <disable|enable> Definition: This command turns on/off the DNS function. If only nwdbg dns is typed, this command shows the DNS IP/STATE. Parameter(s): [disable | enable] Example: nwdbg dns disable nwdbg country <code> Definition: This command provides country code setting interface to config the tone frequency for different country.
Command Line Interface General Setup Commands ping <DEST IP> <OPTIONS> Definition: This command lets the user ping an IP address from the device. Parameter(s): <DEST IP: The host ip address> <OPTIONS, -t : Ping the specifed host until stopped (type SPACE). -n count: Number of echo requests to send.
Command Line Interface TFTP Client Setup Commands tftp srvip <IP ADDRESS> Definition: This command sets the IP address of the TFTP server. The image must be resident on that TFTP server. If the IP address is invalid, the message ERROR will be displayed.
Technical Specifications Call Control Protocols Compliance MGCP Voice Compression G.711 (A-law and u-law), G.723.1, 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.165/G.168 Ethernet Ports WAN: NWay 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet ports (MDI-II) LAN: NWay 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet ports (MDI-X) IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet compliance IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet compliant...
Technical Specifications Network Management SNMP management agent base MIB II Telnet provisioning Manage functions through an intuitive web-based graphical user interface Local management console TFTP: The built–in Trivial File Transfer Protocol provides firmware upgrade Security Password Authentication Protocol/Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (PAP/CHAP) Administrative password through Telnet, Console, Web and SNMP LEDs...
Technical Specifications Number of Ports One 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet port (WAN) One 10/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet port (LAN) Two loop-start FXS RJ-11 ports One PSTN POTS RJ-11 port for Life Line One RS-232C, DB-9 Console port Power Supply AC-to-DC power adapter (provided) DC Input: 12VDC/1A Operating Temperature 0 - 50 °C...
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