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i-Series Gateway 
Quick Installation Guide
Purpose of this Document
This document provides the step-by-step process
for the complete installation, basic configuration,
and troubleshooting of the i-Series Gateway.
Related Documentation
Use this document in conjunction with the
i-Series Gateway System Administrator's Guide,
provided with the unit.
Safety Considerations
!
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
‰Ã
Do not install this product near water.
Example: In a wet basement location.
‰Ã
Do not overload wall outlets, as this can
result in the risk of fire or electrical shock.
‰Ã
Do not attach the power supply cord to
building surfaces. Do not allow anything to
rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where persons walking on it will
abuse the cord.
‰Ã
Do not operate the system if chemical gas
leakage is suspected in the area. Use
telephones located in some other safe area to
report the trouble.
Product specifications subject to change
without notice.
Copyright
2001, NEC America, Inc.
i-Series Gateway 
G-6000G-SKE Rev AA/July 2001
Table of Contents
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R
ETWORK
EQUIREMENTS
) ............................................... 3
INSTALLATION COMPONENTS ............... 4
I-SERIES GATEWAY .................................... 4
TYPICAL INSTALLATION.......................... 5
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VT-100 SETUP................................................. 7
POWER-UP ..................................................... 8
BASIC CONFIGURATION ........................... 9
S
YNCHRONOUS
)............................................. 11
(RVP_IP) ................................... 13
SETUP WIZARD........................................... 15
TELNET CONNECTION............................. 16
.................................................. 16
HTML INTERFACE..................................... 16
OPTIONAL CONFIGURATION ................ 19
APPENDIX A................................................. 20
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G-6000G-SKE, Rev AA

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Purpose of this Document SUPPORT TELEPHONE NUMBER .... 2 This document provides the step-by-step process for the complete installation, basic configuration, PREREQUISITES FOR INSTALLATION .. 2 and troubleshooting of the i-Series Gateway......2 ETWORK EQUIREMENTS ISDN R Related Documentation...

  • Page 2: Support Telephone Number

    Support Telephone Number Call your NEC America, Inc. authorized dealer if you need assistance when installing, programming, or using your system. Prerequisites for Installation The following items are required before installing the i-Series Gateway. 1HWZRUN 5HTXLUHPHQWV ‰Ã Appropriate network terminating device must be installed, configured, and functioning at both the corporate facility and the branch office and both must support an RS-232, V.35 or V.530 synchronous,...

  • Page 3: Isdn Requirements (for Asynchronous Connections)

    The ability to make two “data” calls using both B Channel of the ISDN line. ‰Ã If Long Distance, both “data” calls need to be routed as a “data” call. Note: Confirm this with your Long Distance provider when you order your ISDN Line. i-Series Gateway  Page 3 G-6000G-SKE, Rev AA...

  • Page 4: Information For The System Administrator

    Gateway. Quick Installation Guide The condensed installation guide RS-232, DB-25 to DB-9 modem cable For connecting the i-Series Gateway to a Optional [male-male]. Note: This is a custom made cable. modem for remote configuration. 50 pin cables with RJ-21 connectors.

  • Page 5: Typical Installation

    PB X 0RXQWLQJ You can mount the i-Series Gateway in a standard 19-inch communication rack using the brackets provided (Figure 2) or you can simply place it on a shelf within the rack. Figure 2. Securing the unit to a rack i-Series Gateway ...

  • Page 6: Connections

    &RQQHFWLRQV The i-Series Gateway requires connections A through E as shown below. Front of Unit LN K Por t St at us C onsol e W AN C LN PW R 1 R eset 8 9 10 11 12 Back of Unit 100-240 V ~ 0.8A...

  • Page 7: Telephony Wiring

    You must use a communications package — for example, HyperTerminal — to configure and test the i-Series Gateway. Attach one end of the RS-232 cable to your PC COM1 port and the other end to the Console port connector on the front of the i-Series Gateway.

  • Page 8: Power-up

    LNK LED should be solid green. ‰Ã If you connect an i-Series Gateway to an IP network, the unit requires an assigned IP address. ‰Ã The Ethernet port on the Gateway operates only on 10-megabit Ethernet networks. It does not support 100 megabits.

  • Page 9: Basic Configuration

    If you already familiar with using the MI proceed to the next page for information on setting the parameters for different Installation Environments. Press F1 for the MI Help Screen that provides basic information for navigating through the interface. i-Series Gateway  Page 9 G-6000G-SKE, Rev AA...

  • Page 10: Installation Environments

    Before beginning the configuration process, it is necessary to identify the type of Which type network device connected to the i-Series Gateway. Once you know the connection type, of Network use Table 4, below, to find the appropriate configuration checklist.

  • Page 11

    80. (v.35, RS-232, RS-530). Increase Jitter Delay Match network Chapter 4 - Setting Voice (for Frame Relay and characteristics of the Frame Parameters; page 62. Async installs only). Relay network. i-Series Gateway  Page 11 G-6000G-SKE, Rev AA...

  • Page 12

    $V\QFKURQRXV6HULDO 593B'LUHFW Introduction This section of the guide provides the necessary information to configure the i-Series Gateway for connection to an asynchronous-serial device. The units are programmed at the factory with “default” settings providing basic parameters to accommodate many network environments.

  • Page 13: Ip Device (rvp_ip)

    The voice quality of these solutions is dependent on variables such as available bandwidth, network latency and QoS initiatives, all of which are controlled by the network and Internet Service Providers. Because these variables are not in NEC America, Inc. control, it cannot guarantee the performance of the user’s IP-based remote voice solution.

  • Page 14: Dial-up Management Console

    The MI includes Zmodem functionality for the DB-9 dial-up management console port. An external modem attached to the DB-9 port (not included with unit) is required to dial into the i-Series Gateway management console interface. This console interface allows remote dial-up access using Zmodem protocol to the management console.

  • Page 15: Setup Wizard

    Access the setup wizard through the console MI, requiring a PC to connect to the unit (i-Series Gateway) via the DB-9 console port. The wizard queries the user on the basics of the particular configuration, and uses this information to establish the initial configuration programming.

  • Page 16: Telnet Connection

    WAN and PORT connections. IMPORTANT: • You must configure all IP parameters for the i-Series Gateway before the Web server session can be established. • The i-Series Gateway must be connected to the LAN via the LAN port.

  • Page 17

    Save the settings and Log out of the MI. Open any web browser from your PC. Example: Windows Internet Explorer (version 5.X or higher) At the http:// prompt type in the IP Address of the i-Series Gateway as shown below. The HTML pop-up window will appear. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS i-Series Gateway ...

  • Page 18

    (but there is no link up- in Call Suspend mode or have not dialed it yet). Port LEDs: Solid Green if connected properly to PBX. 10. The MI is now accessible for complete i-Series Gateway configuration. i-Series Gateway ...

  • Page 19: Optional Configuration

    Optional Configuration The i-Series Gateway MI has optional configuration parameters providing the following capabilities: 1. Admin Password – If configured, this option restricts access to the i-Series 6000 Extender MI, by requiring a password for entry. This Admin Password MUST be entered before any configuration parameters are changed.

  • Page 20: Appendix A

    Modem sends CD signal when it connects with another modem, drops CD on disconnect. DOWN Load factory defaults Loads generic template from read only memory (ROM). DOWN Smart mode Enable recognition (Smart mode). i-Series Gateway  Page 20 G-6000G-SKE, Rev AA...

  • Page 21

    Plug the other end of the modem cable into the port labeled “Console port” on the front of the i-Series Gateway. Power-up the i-Series Gateway unit. The modem status LED for “Data Terminal Ready” should be RED indicating the modem is ready to receive data.

  • Page 22

    NEC America, Inc., Corporate Networks Group 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 Tel: 800-365-1928 Fax: 203-926-5458 cng.nec.com Other Important Telephone Numbers Sales: 203-926-5450 Customer Service: 203-926-5444 Customer Service FAX: 203-926-5454 Technical Service: 203-925-8801 Discontinued Product Service: 900-990-2541 Technical Training: 203-926-5430...

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