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Setu ATA2S System Manual

Setu ATA2S
VoIP Phone Adaptor

System Manual

Documentation Disclaimer
Matrix Telecom reserves the right to make changes in the design or components of the product as engineering and manufacturing may warrant. Specifications are subject to change without notice. This is a general documentation for all models of the product. The product may not support all the features and facilities described in the documentation. Information in this documentation may change from time to time. Matrix Telecom reserves the right to revise information in this publication for any reason without prior notice. Matrix Telecom makes no warranties with respect to this documentation and disclaims any implied warranties. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this system manual, Matrix Telecom assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. Neither Matrix Telecom nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs or expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs or alterations to this product or failure to strictly comply with Matrix Telecom's operating and maintenance instructions.

Copyright
All rights reserved. No part of this system manual may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written consent of Matrix Telecom.

Version 3 Release date : October 7, 2008

Contents
Documentation Disclaimer......................................................................................................... 4
Copyright .................................................................................................................................................4

Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 7
Welcome! ................................................................................................................................................7 About this System Manual.......................................................................................................................7 How to Read this System Manual ...........................................................................................................8

Knowing Setu ATA2S ............................................................................................................... 11


Overview of Setu ATA2S.......................................................................................................................11 Accessing Web Jeeves .........................................................................................................................13 Applications of Setu ATA2S ..................................................................................................................17

Getting Started .......................................................................................................................... 19


Protecting Setu ATA2S .........................................................................................................................19 Installing Setu ATA2S ...........................................................................................................................20 Status of Setu ATA2S ...........................................................................................................................32

Using Setu ATA2S .................................................................................................................... 36


Making Calls..........................................................................................................................................36 Receiving Calls......................................................................................................................................37 Managing Calls......................................................................................................................................38 Call Features .........................................................................................................................................42

Configuring Setu ATA2S .......................................................................................................... 50


WAN Port ..............................................................................................................................................50 SIP Accounts.........................................................................................................................................53 FXS Ports ..............................................................................................................................................58 User Password ......................................................................................................................................66 Admin Password ...................................................................................................................................67 Peer-to-Peer Table................................................................................................................................68 Dial Plan ................................................................................................................................................69 System Parameters...............................................................................................................................70 Supplementary Services .......................................................................................................................71 Time Settings ........................................................................................................................................72 Auto Configuration.................................................................................................................................73

Software Upgrade ..................................................................................................................... 77 Reinstate the Default Settings ................................................................................................. 79

Appendices ............................................................................................................................... 81
A: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ............................................................................................... 81 B: Acronyms ......................................................................................................................................... 83 C: Features at a Glance ....................................................................................................................... 84 D: Product Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 85 E: System Commands.......................................................................................................................... 87 F: Warranty Statement ......................................................................................................................... 88 G: Regulatory Information .................................................................................................................... 89 H: Open Source Licensing Terms and Conditions ............................................................................... 90

Index .......................................................................................................................................... 98

Introduction
Welcome!
Welcome to the world of Telecom Solutions. Thank You for choosing Setu ATA2S. This product is designed to give you the highest performance, combined with real ease of use. We hope you will make optimum use of this intelligent, intuitive, feature-packed VoIP Phone Adaptor. Please read this document carefully before installing Setu ATA2S.

About this System Manual


Setu ATA2S System Manual contains detailed information and instructions for installing, configuring and using the system. This System Manual also contains information on protecting and maintaining the system and steps to be followed to default the system in case you are unable to configure it properly. We have made the best efforts to let you know your Setu ATA2S so that it becomes a fun for you to use it.

Intended Audience
This System Manual is aimed at: Network and System Engineers, who will install, maintain and support Setu ATA2S. It is assumed that they have some experience in installing VoIP Phone Adaptor and are familiar with VoIP technology. End Users, persons/organizations who will actually use Setu ATA2S. They include residential users, personnel of small and medium businesses, large enterprises, other commercial and public organizations/ institutions. It is assumed that the End Users have some previous experience in operating VoIP Phone Adaptor. End Users are not expected to configure the system or program its features. However, it is anticipated that some of them may have to or want to configure the phone and program the features. Therefore, this document provides instructions on installation and configuration of the phone in as lucid a manner as possible.

Organization of this Document


This System Manual contains following topics: Introduction: Gives an overview of this document, its purpose, intended audience, organization, terms and conventions used to present information and instructions. Knowing Setu ATA2S: Helps you to know your Setu ATA2S. Getting Started: Contains information for installing Setu ATA2S. Using Setu ATA2S: Gives instructions for making, receiving and managing calls using Setu ATA2S. It also describes in detail advanced features of Setu ATA2S along with programming and using them. Configuring Setu ATA2S: Gives instructions for configuring the parameters of Setu ATA2S in detail.

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Software upgradation: Gives you information on how to upgrade the software and configuration files of Setu ATA2S. Reinstate the Default Settings: Helps you to default the system when you are stuck somewhere or when you are unable to configure your system properly. Appendices: Contain information such as FAQs, acronyms, system commands etc.

How to Read this System Manual


This System Manual is prepared in such a way that you will find all the information quickly and easily. The table of contents given at the beginning of this System Manual shows all the chapters along with the main topics covered in that chapter. Page numbers are given opposite to every topic which helps you to refer that particular topic easily. Also index at the back of this System Manual contains a keyword reference with page numbers which will help you to find the particular information easily.

Conventions used in this System Manual


Notes: It indicates something that requires your special attention or to remind you of something you need to do when you are using Setu ATA2S. Cross-references: It is given in blue shaded text. You will be able to navigate easily through the System Manual with the help of Cross-references. Instructions: Instructions to be followed are given in the arrow format as shown below: Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/IP Connection J Properties.

Terminology used in this System Manual


In this manual words 'ATA', 'ATA2S', 'Setu ATA2S' and 'System' are used synonymously. Similarly 'user' and 'you' have same meaning and are referred to the user of Setu ATA2S. Also 'Caller' and 'Calling party' are same and 'Callee' and 'Called party' are used synonymously. Some of the terms used in this System Manual are defined below: Admin: A person who install, configure and maintains Setu ATA2S. Admin can also be the user. Admin has full accessibility of the system. User: A person who uses Setu ATA2S. User has limited access to the system. Caller/Calling party: A person who makes calls. Callee/Called party: A person who receives calls. Transferor: A person who transfers the call. Transferee: A person to whom the call is transferred. Transfer Target: A person to whom the transferor connects the transferee at the time of call transfer. LAN administrator: A person who maintains the LAN network of an organization.

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Using this manual, you will be able to install, operate and make optimum use of Setu ATA2S. In case you face any technical difficulties, you are advised to contact our dealers for help. All Matrix dealers are properly trained and ready to give you support whenever needed. In addition to this, technical consultation is also available from Matrix engineers every business day. For technical consultation from our engineers, you are requested to dial our support numbers.

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Knowing Setu ATA2S


Overview of Setu ATA2S
ATA2S is a VoIP Analog Telephone Adapter that allows you to make and receive voice calls over IP Network using conventional telephone instrument. ATA2S uses SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) protocol to make voice calls over the IP network. ATA2S converts the voice traffic into data packets for transmission over the internet. When a telephone number is dialed by you, ATA2S converts it into an IP call using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and initiates a call, thereby making VoIP calls as easy as normal telephone call. ATA2S is used in Residence, Small Offices, Home Offices, Corporate Offices, Industries, Workshops, etc. ATA2S can be used to make voice calls between two or more remotely located branch offices of an enterprise using Internet network. ATA2S has 1 WAN port, 2 FXS ports, a Power Socket and 5 LEDs.

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WAN Port
The WAN port labeled as WAN is used to connect the ATA2S to Internet Network or to the LAN Network. Refer topic Applications of Setu ATA2S for more details.

FXS Ports
The FXS ports labeled as FXS1 and FXS2 are used to connect telephone instruments to the ATA2S.

Power Socket
A Power Socket labeled as 12V DC is used to power the system using 12V DC, 1.25A power adaptor.

LEDs
5 LEDs labeled as FXS1, FXS2, SIP1, SIP2 and ON are as shown in the figure below. These LEDs indicate the status of the ports, various events occurring on the ports and also the error conditions.

At power on, 'PWR' LED will glow green and all other LEDs will glow red for approximately 20 seconds and then 'PWR' LED will glow green continuously whereas other LEDs will glow as per normal conditions as described below. All LEDs indicate different events/status/error conditions during normal functioning as explained in the table below: LED FXS1 Activity Continuously ON Indication Indicates that the FXS1 port is either Off-Hook or in Speech Indicates that the FXS1 port is in Error state Indicates that the FXS1 port is Ringing or a number is being dialed from FXS1 port. Indicates that the FXS1 port is On-Hook.

Blinks Fast-200ms ON, 200ms OFF Blinks Slow-500ms ON, 500ms OFF Continuously OFF

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LED FXS2

Activity Continuously ON

Indication Indicates that the FXS2 port is either Off-Hook or in Speech Indicates that the FXS2 port is in Error state Indicates that the FXS2 port is Ringing or a number is being dialed from FXS2 port. Indicates that the FXS2 port is On-Hook. Indicates that SIP1 is enabled and registered with a SIP server Indicates that SIP1 is enabled and but not registered with a SIP server Indicates that SIP1 is disabled.

Blinks Fast-200ms ON, 200ms OFF Blinks Slow-500ms ON, 500ms OFF Continuously OFF SIP1 Continuously ON

Blinks Fast-200ms ON, 200ms OFF

Blinks Slow-500ms ON, 500ms OFF SIP2 Continuously ON

Indicates that SIP2 is enabled and registered with a SIP server Indicates that SIP2 is enabled and but not registered with a SIP server Indicates that SIP2 is disabled.

Blinks Fast-200ms ON, 200ms OFF

Blinks Slow-500ms ON, 500ms OFF

Accessing Web Jeeves


Setu ATA2S gives flexibility to configure its parameters either using Conventional Phone Instrument or Computer. You will be able to configure only limited Parameters and features through phone. (Please refer E: System Commands, in Appendices to see the parameters and features that can be configured using phone and the command used to configure them). Using computer, you can configure all the parameters of ATA2S. To configure the parameters using computer, configure the IP address and subnet mask of WAN port of ATA2S using phone and open the web-jeeves. Configuring using Phone You can configure the IP Address and Subnet Mask of WAN port of ATA2S using Conventional Phone Instrument as follow: 1. Pick up the handset of Analog Phone connected to ATA2S. 2. Dial the programming access code #19 followed by default password 1234. You will get programming tone. 3. To change the connection type viz., Static, DHPC or PPPoE, enter command: 15<Code>#*. Where, code is 1 for 'DHCP', 2 for 'PPPoE' and 3 for 'Static'. For example to change the connection type to DHCP, enter the command 15<1>#*.

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4. Enter the WAN IP address using the command: 11-WAN IP Address-#*. For example to enter IP address 192.168.1.120, enter the command 11<192168001120>#*. Similarly enter WAN subnet mask using the command: 13-WAN Subnet Mask-#*. 5. You can know the status of various network parameters on the display of your SLT. Your SLT must support FSK Clip type. You can know the connection type viz DHCP, PPPoE or Static, WAN IP address, subnet mask, Gateway address and DNS address. 6. Enter the command 37-#* to know the current connection type of ATA2S. ATA2S will display the connection type on SLT display. 7. Similarly, enter the command 31-#* to display the WAN IP address on SLT. 8. Enter the command 33-#* to display the WAN subnet mask on SLT. 9. Enter the command 35-#* to display the Gateway address on SLT. 10. Enter the command 36-#* to display the DNS address on SLT. 11. Whenever you issue the command to display any parameter on the display of SLT, you need to go onhook after issuing the command. You will get ring and ATA2S will display the desired parameters for which command is issued on SLT. You will again reach the programming mode on going off-hook. 12. When you issue valid command in programming mode, ATA2S plays confirmation tone for 3 seconds followed by system restarting. This is how WAN port of ATA2S can be configured using Conventional Phone. Configuring using Computer To configure the IP Address and Subnet Mask of WAN port of ATA2S using Web Jeeves follow the steps given below: 1. Connect a computer to the WAN port of ATA2S

FXS1 WAN Port FXS2

Setu ATA2S

2. Know the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the computer by following the steps given below: For Windows98/XP, Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/IP Connection J Properties or contact your LAN administrator.

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If you are using Operating System other than Windows98/ XP, contact your LAN administrator to determine the IP address of the computer. 3. Change IP address and Subnet Mask of the computer such that the WAN port of ATA2S and computer connected to WAN port are in the same subnet. 4. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S by entering the default WAN port address (or the changed WAN port address) in the URL field and press 'Enter'. The default IP address of WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.

5. Login into the Home page using default password 1234 as Administrator (recommended).

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6. Go to 'WAN Port' link and change the required parameters there. 7. Click on 'Submit'. The system shall reboot. 8. Once the necessary changes are made it is advisable to restore the earlier settings of the computer. Please refer topic Configuring Setu ATA2S for configuration of other parameters such as SIP Accounts, FXS ports etc.

Admin Password and User Password


Admin is a person who installs, configures and maintains the Setu ATA2S. Admin can also be the User. User is a person who uses the Setu ATA2S. You can login into the Web Jeeves either using Admin Password or User Password.

Admin Password
Login using Admin Password will allow you to access all the parameters of ATA2S. Default Admin Password is 1234.

User Password
Login using User Password will allow you to access only the limited parameters of ATA2S. Default User Password is 1234. You will not be able to access the following parameters when you are login with User password: 'Sip Account' Parameters 'Auto Configuration' Parameters 'Software Upgrade' Parameters 'FXS Port' Parameters & 'Admin Password' Please refer topic Admin Password and User Password in 'Configuring Setu ATA2S' to know how to change/default the password etc.

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Applications of Setu ATA2S


ATA2S finds its application in following scenarios: 1. Residential Application - Home users use ATA2S to make low-cost calls to their relatives staying abroad.

IP Network

FXS1 FXS2

Broadband Modem/Router

ATA2S

Proxy

2. SOHO Application - Small Office owners use ATA2S to make low-cost calls to their overseas customers, employees, suppliers, etc.

IP Network

FXS1 WAN FXS2 PBX

Broadband Modem/Router

ATA2S

Proxy

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3. Business Application - Corporate Offices use ATA2S to make low-cost calls to their overseas customers, employees, suppliers, etc.

IP Network

Proxy

FXS1 WAN FXS2 PBX

Broadband Modem/Router
Switch

ATA2S

4. Peer-to-Peer Call Application - Corporate Offices also use ATA2S to communicate between various branch offices free of cost.

FXS1 FXS2 WAN WAN xDSL/Router

FXS1 FXS2

ATA2S

ATA2S

IP Network

FXS1 FXS2 WAN

xDSL/Router WAN

FXS1 FXS2

ATA2S

ATA2S

Hope, now you know your Setu ATA2S!

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Getting Started
Protecting Setu ATA2S
You should take following measures to protect your Setu ATA2S.

Installation Precautions:
Do not install the system in direct sunlight and the place where there is excessive cold or humid atmosphere. Do not install the system where sulfuric gases are produced and in areas where there are thermal springs because it may damage the equipment. Do not install the system at the places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong. Do not install the system at dusty places or places where it may come in direct contact with oil or water. The system should be installed at the place where enough open space is there for ventilation.

Safety Instructions:
You should always take basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to the system as well as the person using it. Follow the steps given below: Read and understand all the instructions given in the manual properly. Unplug the product from the wall outlet before cleaning and do not use liquid cleaners. Use only dry and soft cloth. Do not use the product near water i.e. near a bath-tub, kitchen sink or near a swimming pool. Do not open the system in power ON condition. Do not place the product at the place from where it can fall and serious damage may be caused to the product. Interfacing cables should not touch the exposed power line cable. The product should be operated with proper power voltage supply. It is advisable to give stabilized power to the product. Do not place the product where power cord can be misused. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock. To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the system, take the product to the qualified serviceman when some repair work or servicing is required. Removing covers or opening the system or incorrect reassembly may cause electric shock when used subsequently. Unplug the system from the wall outlet and contact the qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. If liquid has been spilled into the product. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls which are covered by the operating instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. If the product exhibits a distinct change in the performance.

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Installing Setu ATA2S


Before installing Setu ATA2S, verify the package contents. The Sales Kit of Setu ATA2S contains: Setu ATA2S Power Adaptor 12V, 1Amp.

RJ45 Ethernet Cable

Quick Start and User Card

CD-ROM containing Setu ATA2S System Manual, Quick Start and User Card

Mounting Screw 30/7 with Grip A Warranty Card Set A Support Card

Make sure that all the above mentioned components are present when you open the Sales Kit of Setu ATA2S. In case any of the part is missing or damaged, contact the vendor/ ITSP/system administrator from whom you have purchased the system.

Mounting the ATA2S on wall


Select a suitable place on the wall for mounting the ATA2S. Drill a hole of appropriate size. Insert the nail grip in the hole. Insert the screw and tighten it leaving the screw head a few millimeters protruded of the wall. Check the strength of the nail. Hang the ATA2S on the wall.

ATA2S can be used for various applications as shown in the topic Applications of Setu ATA2S. ATA2S can be installed in different scenarios as shown below.

Residential Application
To use ATA2S at residence, you must have: Broadband Internet Connection to make/receive calls through Public Internet. A SIP Account with an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP). In case of Peer to Peer calls, account from an ITSP is not required. How to connect? After purchasing the ATA2S, the home user should connect it as shown in the figure below:

FXS1

IP
Broadband Modem/Router

WAN Port FXS2

Setu ATA2S

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1. Connect the WAN port of the ATA2S to the Ethernet Port of the broadband modem/router using a straight Ethernet cable. 2. Connect telephone instruments to the FXS1 and FXS2 ports using RJ11 cables. 3. Power the ATA2S by connecting the Power Adaptor to the Power jack. 4. Initially PWR LED will glow green and all other LEDs will glow red for approximately 20 seconds and then the LED labeled as 'PWR' will glow green continuously whereas other LEDs will glow as per the Table shown under the sub-topic LEDs in Knowing Setu ATA2S. How to configure? 1. Connect a computer to the WAN port of ATA2S.

FXS1 WAN Port FXS2

Setu ATA2S

2. Know the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the computer by following the steps given below: For Windows98/XP, Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/IP Connection J Properties or contact your LAN administrator. If you are using Operating System other than Windows98/XP, contact your LAN administrator to determine the IP address of the computer. 3. Change IP address and Subnet Mask of the computer such that the WAN port of ATA2S and computer connected to WAN port are in the same subnet. If you cannot change the IP address and subnet mask of your computer. Please refer Configuring using Phone topic to change IP address and subnet mask using phone. 4. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S by entering the default WAN port address (or the changed WAN port address) in the URL field and press 'Enter'. The default IP address of WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 5. Login into the Home page using default password 1234 as Administrator (recommended). 6. Click on 'WAN port' link and program parameters such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address, DNS address etc. ISPs generally use PPPoE or DHCP protocols to provide internet services. Enable relevant option and configure its parameters. If you want to use Static IP address, then select "Enable Static IP" option and configure the relevant parameters. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on the link 'SIP Accounts' and program the parameters such as Registrar Settings, Authentication, Vocoder Preference, DTMF, Outbound Proxy etc.

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Program SIP Account1 parameters if you have services from only one ITSP and configure both SIP Account1 and SIP Account2 parameters if you have two ITSP's account. Program "Enable SIP Account" to Yes. In "SIP ID", enter the SIP ID provided by your ITSP. In "Registrar Server Address", enter the server address provided by your ITSP. Similarly, program the 'Registrar Server Port' provided by your ITSP. Enter Authentication ID and password given by your ITSP. Program outbound proxy server and port if your ITSP uses outbound proxy.

For more details on programming SIP Account parameters, please refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Ensure that the SIP trunk gets registered to the SIP server by checking the 'Status' page and respective SIP LED on the product. 9. Once the necessary changes are made it is advisable to restore the earlier settings of the computer. 10. Now connect the WAN port of ATA2S to the Ehternet port of broadband modem/router. 11. The set up is ready to make and receive VoIP calls. It is recommended to configure your broadband modem/ router in 'Bridge Mode'. If doing so, configure the IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Address and DNS address provided by your ISP in WAN port of ATA2S.

SOHO Application
SOHO user purchases ATA2S to make calls to their customers, employees, suppliers etc staying abroad with minimum cost. To use ATA2S at SOHO, you must have: Broadband Internet Connection to make/ receive calls through Public Internet. A SIP Account with an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP). In case of Peer to Peer calls, account from an ITSP is not required. How to connect? After purchasing the ATA2S, the SOHO users should connect ATA2S as shown in the figure below:
FXO1 FXO2 FXO3 FXS1 FXS2 FXS3

PSTN
ATA2S

PBX

IP
Broadband Modem/Router

WAN

FXS1 FXS2

FXOn-1 FXOn FXSn

1. Connect the WAN port of the ATA2S to the Ethernet (LAN) Port of the broadband modem/ router using a straight Ethernet cable. 2. Connect FXS ports of ATA2S to the FXO ports of PBX using RJ11 cables. 3. Power the ATA2S by connecting the Power Adaptor to the Power jack. 4. Initially 'PWR LED will glow green and all other LEDs will glow red for approximately 20 seconds and then the LED labeled as 'PWR' will glow green continuously whereas other LEDs will glow as per the Table shown under the sub-topic LEDs in Knowing Setu ATA2S.

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How to Configure? 1. Connect a computer to the WAN port of ATA2S.


FXS1 WAN Port FXS2

Setu ATA2S

2. Know the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the computer by following the steps given below: For Windows98/XP, Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/ IP Connection J Properties or contact your LAN administrator. If you are using Operating System other than Windows98/XP, contact your LAN administrator to determine the IP address of the computer. 3. Change IP address and Subnet Mask of the computer such that the WAN port of ATA2S and computer connected to WAN port are in the same subnet. If you cannot change the IP address and subnet mask of your computer. Please refer Configuring using Phone topic to change IP address and subnet mask using phone. 4. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S by entering the default WAN port address (or the changed WAN port address) in the URL field and press 'Enter'. The default IP address of WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 5. Login into the Home page using default password 1234 as Administrator (recommended). 6. Click on 'WAN port' link and program parameters such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address, DNS address etc. ISPs generally use PPPoE or DHCP protocols to provide internet services. Enable relevant option and configure its parameters. If you want to use Static IP address, then select "Enable Static IP" option and configure the relevant parameters. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on the link 'SIP Accounts' and program the parameters such as Registrar Settings, Authentication, Vocoder Preference, DTMF, Outbound Proxy etc. Program SIP Account1 parameters if you have services from only one ITSP and configure both SIP Account1 and SIP Account2 parameters if you have two ITSP's account. Program "Enable SIP Account" to Yes. In "SIP ID", enter the SIP ID provided by your ITSP. In "Registrar Server Address", enter the server address provided by your ITSP. Similarly, program the 'Registrar Server Port' provided by your ITSP. Enter Authentication ID and password given by your ITSP. Program outbound proxy server and port if your ITSP uses outbound proxy.

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For more details on programming SIP Account parameters, please refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Ensure that the SIP trunk gets registered to the SIP server by checking the 'Status' page and respective SIP LED on the product. 9. Once the necessary changes are made it is advisable to restore the earlier settings of the computer. 10. Now connect the WAN port of ATA2S to the Ehternet port of Broadband modem/ router. 11. The set up is ready to make and receive VoIP calls. It is recommended to configure your broadband modem/ router in 'Bridge Mode'. If doing so, configure the IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Address and DNS address provided by your ISP in WAN port of ATA2S.

Business Application
Corporate Offices use ATA2S to make low-cost calls to their overseas customers, employees, suppliers, etc. How to connect? After purchasing the ATA2S, Corporate users should connect it as shown in the figure below:

IP
Broadband Modem/Router

ATA2S WAN FXS1 FXS2


FXO1 FXO2 FXS1 FXS2 FXS3

PBX

PSTN

FXOn-1 FXOn FXSn

1. 2. 3. 4.

Connect WAN port of ATA2S to the LAN Switch/Network of the Enterprise. Connect FXS ports of ATA2S to the FXO ports of PBX using RJ11 cables. Power the ATA2S by connecting the Power Adaptor to the Power jack. Initially 'PWR LED will glow green and all other LEDs will glow red for approximately 20 seconds and then the LED labeled as 'PWR' will glow green continuously whereas other LEDs will glow as per the Table shown under the sub-topic LEDs in Knowing Setu ATA2S.

How to Configure? 1. To access Jeeves using computer connected to LAN switch, ensure that WAN port of ATA2S and the computers in the LAN should be in the same subnet. Since the computers were already in a LAN network before connecting ATA2S, it would be inconvenient to change the IP address of all the computers in the network.

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2. Hence, it would be better to change the IP address and subnet mask of the WAN port of ATA2S. This can be done using telephone instrument. Please refer topic Configuring using Phone in Knowing Setu ATA2S. 3. Please note that the default IP address of the WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 4. Open Internet browser of the computer and enter the WAN IP address of the ATA2S in the address bar of the browser and press 'Enter'. 5. You reach the home page of ATA2S. Select 'Admin' (recommended) and enter default password 1234 in the login page. 6. Click on 'WAN port' link and program parameters such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address, DNS address etc. Generally LAN administrator use DHCP or Static IP address within their network. Enable relevant option and configure its parameters. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on the link 'SIP Accounts' and program the parameters such as Registrar Settings, Authentication, Vocoder Preference, DTMF, Outbound Proxy etc. Program SIP Account1 parameters if you have services from only one ITSP and both SIP Account1 and SIP Account2 parameters if you have two ITSP's account. Program "Enable SIP Account" to Yes. In "SIP ID", enter the SIP ID provided by your ITSP. In "Registrar Server Address", enter the server address provided by your ITSP. Similarly, program the 'Registrar Server Port' provided by your ITSP. Enter Authentication ID and password given by your ITSP. Program outbound proxy server if your ITSP uses outbound proxy. For more details on programming SIP Account parameters, please refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Ensure that the SIP trunk gets registered to the SIP server by checking the 'Status' page and respective SIP LED on the product. 9. The set up is ready to make and receive calls over Internet via ATA2S. The LAN functionality used prior to connecting ATA2S is also retained. This configuration can also be used for peer to peer call application. Refer 'Peer-to-Peer Call Applicationfor more details.

Peer-to-Peer Call Application


Corporate Offices can use ATA2S to communicate between their branch offices free of cost. Residential Users can use ATA2S to communicate free of cost with their near and dear ones staying geographically away from each other.

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How to connect?

Corporate Users-Scenario1:
Suppose an organization has one branch office located overseas. The organization wants to establish a mechanism whereby the calls between the branch office and head office become free. The organization can make following set-up and configure the ATA2S as explained below.
Head Office IP Network
Broadband Modem/Router Broadband Modem/Router ATA2S WAN ATA2S FXS1 FXS2 FXS3 FXO2 FXS2 FXO1 FXS1 WAN FXS1 FXS2

Branch Office

PBX
FXO3 FXSn FXOn

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At Head office: Connect the WAN port of ATA2S to one of the ports of the LAN switch of the organization as shown in the figure above. Connect the FXS ports of the ATA2S to the FXO ports of the PBX used by the organization. Connect the power adaptor to the ATA2S. Power the ATA2S. At Branch office: Connect the WAN port of ATA2S directly to the Ethernet port of the Broadband modem/ router. Connect the telephone instruments to the FXS ports of the ATA2S. Connect the power adaptor to the ATA2S. Power the ATA2S.

Corporate Users-Scenario2:
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At each office: Connect the WAN port of ATA2S to one of the ports of the LAN switch of the organization as shown in the figure.

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Connect the FXS ports of the ATA2S to the FXO ports of the PBX used by the organization. Connect the power adaptor to the ATA2S. Power the ATA2S.

Residential Users:
Suppose a family wants to talk frequently to their relatives staying overseas. They can use Peer-to-Peer application of ATA2S. They need to make following set-up and configure the ATA2S as explained below.

Location A
WAN Broadband Modem/Router

Location B IP Network
Broadband Modem/Router

FXS1 FXS2

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ATA2S

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At each location: Connect the WAN port of ATA2S directly to the Ethernet port of the Broadband modem/ router. Connect the telephone instruments to the FXS ports of the ATA2S. Connect the power adaptor to the ATA2S. Power the ATA2S. How to configure?

Corporate Users-Scenario1:
Following steps should be done at the head office: Configure the Broadband Router as follows: Forward SIP listening port (5060) in Router to IP address of WAN port of ATA2S Configure the ATA2S as follows: 1. To access Jeeves using computers connected to LAN switch, ensure that the WAN port of ATA2S and the computers in the LAN network are in the same subnet. The default WAN IP address of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 2. Change the IP address and the subnet mask of the WAN port of ATA2S (if required) using telephone instrument. Please refer topic Configuring using Phone in Knowing Setu ATA2S. 3. Open the web browser of any of the computers connected in the LAN network and enter the WAN IP address of the ATA2S in the Address Bar of the browser. 4. You reach the home page of ATA2S. Select 'Admin' and enter default password viz. 1234 in the login page.

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5. Click on 'WAN port' link and program following parameters: Generally, LAN administrators use DHCP or static IP address within the network. Enable relevant options and configure its parameters. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 6. Click on 'SIP Accounts' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Enable STUN' as YES for both the SIP accounts. Program the STUN server address and STUN server port. (Search for STUN service providers on Internet) For more details on programming SIP Account parameters, please refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link and program following parameters: Program the number (say, 2001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at the branch office. Program the IP address of broadband router/ modem located at the branch office. If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed. For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Click on 'FXS Ports' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Peer to Peer' as YES for both the FXS ports. For more details, please refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S. Following steps should be done at the branch office: Configure the Broadband Router as follows: Configure the Router in Bridge mode. Configure the ATA2S as follows: 1. Connect a computer to the WAN port of ATA2S.

FXS1 WAN Port FXS2

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2. Know the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the computer by following the steps given below: For Windows98/XP, Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/IP Connection J Properties or contact your LAN administrator.

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If you are using Operating System other than Windows98/ XP, contact your LAN administrator to determine the IP address of the computer. 3. Change IP address and Subnet Mask of the computer such that the WAN port of ATA2S and computer connected to WAN port are in the same subnet. If you cannot change the IP address and subnet mask of your computer. Please refer Configuring using Phone topic to change IP address and subnet mask using phone. 4. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S by entering the default WAN port address (or the changed WAN port address) in the URL field and press 'Enter'. The default IP address of WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 5. Login into the Home page using default password 1234 as Administrator (recommended). 6. Click on 'WAN port' link and program parameters such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address, DNS address etc. Select 'Enable Static' option. Program the IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address and DNS address as provided by your ISP. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link and program following parameters: Program the number (say, 3001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at the head office. Program the IP address of broadband modem/ router located at the head office. If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed. For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Click on 'FXS Ports' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Peer to Peer' as YES for both the FXS ports. Program the parameter 'Enable Symmetric RTP' as YES for both the FXS ports, if the NAT type of the Router at head office is 'Symmetric'. For more details, please refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 9. Once the necessary changes are made it is advisable to restore the earlier settings of the computer. 10. Now connect the WAN port of ATA2S to the Ethernet port of Broadband modem/ router.

Corporate Users-Scenario2:
This scenario shall work only if the NAT type of the Broadband router at both the offices is other than symmetric.

Following steps should be done at both the Offices: Configure the Broadband Router as follows: Forward SIP port (e.g., 5060) in Router to IP address of WAN port of ATA2S

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Configure the ATA2S as follows: 1. To access Jeeves using computers connected to LAN switch, ensure that the WAN port of ATA2S and the computers in the LAN are in the same subnet. The default WAN IP address of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 2. Change the IP address and the subnet mask of the WAN port of ATA2S using telephone instrument. Please refer topic Configuring using Phone in Knowing Setu ATA2S. 3. Open the web browser of any of the computers connected in the LAN network and enter the WAN IP address of the ATA2S in the Address Bar of the browser. 4. You reach the home page of ATA2S. Select 'Admin' and enter default password viz. 1234 in the login page. 5. Click on 'WAN port' link and program following parameters: Generally, LAN administrators use DHCP or static IP address within the network. Enable relevant options and configure its parameters. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 6. Click on 'SIP Accounts' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Enable STUN' as YES for both the SIP accounts. Program the STUN server address and STUN server port. (Search for STUN service providers on Internet). For more details on programming SIP Account parameters, please refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link and program following parameters (Office1): Program the number (say, 3001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at Office2. Program the IP address of broadband modem/ router located at the Office 2. If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed. For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link and program following parameters (Office2): Program the number (say, 2001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at Office1. Program the IP address of broadband modem/ router located at the Office 1. If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed. For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table Configuring Setu ATA2S. Click on 'FXS Ports' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Peer to Peer' as YES for both the FXS ports. For more details, please refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S.

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Residential Users:
Following steps should be done at both the locations: Configure the Broadband Routers at both the locations as follows: Configure the Routers in Bridge mode. Configure the ATA2S at both the locations as follows: 1. Connect a computer to the WAN port of ATA2S.
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2. Know the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the computer by following the steps given below: For Windows98/ XP, Click on Network Neighborhood J Properties J TCP/IP Connection J Properties or contact your LAN administrator. If you are using Operating System other than Windows98/ XP, contact your LAN administrator to determine the IP address of the computer. 3. Change IP address and Subnet Mask of the computer such that the WAN port of ATA2S and computer connected to WAN port are in the same subnet. If you cannot change the IP address and subnet mask of your computer. Please refer Configuring using Phone topic to change IP address and subnet mask using phone. 4. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S by entering the default WAN port address (or the changed WAN port address) in the URL field and press 'Enter'. The default IP address of WAN port of ATA2S is 192.168.001.151 and default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. 5. Login into the Home page using default password 1234 as Administrator (recommended). 6. Click on 'WAN port' link and program parameters such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address, DNS address etc. Select 'Enable Static' option. Program the IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway address and DNS address as provided by your ISP. For more details, please refer topic WAN Port in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 7. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link at location A and program following parameters: Program the number (say, 3001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at the location B. Program the IP address broadband modem/ router located at the location B If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed.

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For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 8. Click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link at location B and program following parameters: Program the number (say, 2001) assigned to the FXS port of the ATA2S located at the location A. Program the IP address of broadband modem/ router located at the location A. If the users are comfortable dialing IP addresses directly after lifting the handset, Peer-to-Peer table need not be programmed. For more details, please refer topic Peer-to-Peer Table in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 9. Click on 'FXS Ports' link and program following parameters: Program the parameter 'Peer to Peer' as YES for both the FXS ports. For more details, please refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S. 10. Once the necessary changes are made it is advisable to restore the earlier settings of the computer. 11. Now connect the WAN port of ATA2S to the Ethernet port of Broadband modem/ router. If you are stuck somewhere while configuring you Setu ATA2S, you may default the system as mentioned in the topic Reinstate the Default Settings and start configuration process again. Relevant Topics: 1. Accessing Web Jeeves 13 2. WAN Port 50 3. SIP Accounts 53 4. FXS Ports 58 5. Peer-to-Peer Table 68

Status of Setu ATA2S


Setu ATA2S facilitates you to check whether you have installed it properly or not by displaying the status of all the important parameters such as WAN Port, SIP Accounts and Auto Configuration on the Status page in the Web Jeeves and also by indicating port status through LEDs. Refer sub-topic LEDs in Knowing Setu ATA2S to check port status through LEDs. To check the status of any of these parameters through Jeeves, click on the "Status" link in the Web Jeeves.

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Following is a brief description of the parameters displayed on the 'Status' page: PARAMETERS System Name Version/Revision WAN Port IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Address DNS Address DNS Domain Name MAC Address SIP Account1 Registration Status Registration Time Displays whether SIP Account is registered or not Time provided by server during Registration Displays the current IP Address Displays the current Subnet Mask Displays the current Gateway Address Displays the current Domain Name Server Address Displays the current Domain Name Displays the current MAC Address of the WAN port DESCRIPTION Displays the name of system Displays current version 'X' and revision 'Y' of software as VxRy.

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PARAMETERS Registration Retry Count

DESCRIPTION Shows how many times after registration failure, ATA has sent registration request Displays the reason for last time failure of registration. For example, Message sent failure. Response Time Out, failed response 486 etc. Display NAT type if STUN is enabled Display the Public IP, when STUN is enabled

Registration Reason NAT Type Public IP SIP Account2

Last

Fail

Registration Status Registration Time Registration Retry Count

Displays whether SIP Account is registered or not Time provided by server during Registration Shows how many times after registration failure, ATA has sent registration request Displays the reason for last time failure of registration. For example, Message sent failure. Response Time Out, failed response 486 etc. Display NAT type if STUN is enabled Display the Public IP, when STUN is enabled

Registration Reason NAT Type Public IP

Last

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Auto Configuration Status Displays message after Auto Configuration is applied during Power ON. For example, 'Auto Configuration Fail', 'Auto Configuration Success' etc. Displays message after Auto Configuration is applied. For example, 'Files downloaded/ configured = X/ Y'.

Statistics

Now your Setu ATA2S is ready for use!

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Using Setu ATA2S


Making Calls
Setu ATA2S is ready for making calls as soon as the initial configuration is done.

Making calls by dialing a number


Go OFF-Hook J Dial the number J Talk Making calls using ATA2S is as easy as making a normal telephone call provided the entire necessary configuration is done. If you have configured both SIP1 and SIP2 Accounts then by default, the calls made from FXS1 will be routed through SIP1 and the calls made from FXS2 will be routed through SIP2. If you have configured only SIP Account1, you will be able to make calls from FXS2 only when you change the default settings. Similarly, if you have configured only SIP Account2, you will be able to make calls from FXS1 only when you change the default settings. The default settings can be changed by making necessary changes in "FXS Port" link in the Web Jeeves. For more details, refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S. Outgoing calls can also be made using Phone Book, Dial Plan and Peer to Peer table.

Making Calls using Phone Book (Speed Dial)


Go OFF-Hook J Dial #8-Index Number J Talk Phone book is the database used for storing SIP number along with the name of the person or place where you call frequently. A SIP Account is also to be selected for each number stored in the Phone Book. A call to a particular number will be made using the corresponding SIP Account selected for it. Dialing number using phone book is also called Speed Dialing. To make a call using Phone Book, you just have to dial a speed dial access code i.e. #8 followed by the Index number of the stored number that is to be dialed. For more details on configuration of Phone book, please refer sub- topic Phone Book under Call Features topic.

Making Calls using Dial Plan


Go OFF-Hook J Dial number stored in Dial Plan J Talk Dial Plan is used to make calls using the selective SIP Account assigned to a particular number. Whenever a number is dialed, ATA will check the Dial Plan and if that particular number is found then it will dial the number using the corresponding SIP Account assigned to that number. To use dial plan, you have to select Dial Plan option in 'Outgoing Calls' parameter on FXS port page. Refer topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S for more details.

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Dial plan is configured to make the calls using least cost SIP Account and thus it is also called least cost routing technique. The main logic of configuring the Dial Plan can be understood from the example given below: Suppose an ITSP1 is giving lower rates to call UK and an ITSP2 is giving lower rates to call US then configure ITSP1 as SIP1 and ITSP2 as SIP2 or vice-versa. Now Dial Plan can be configure such that all calls to UK are made using SIP1 Account and all calls to US are made using SIP2 Account. For more details on Dial Plan, please refer topic Dial Plan in Configuring Setu ATA2S.

Making Peer to Peer Calls


Go OFF-Hook J Dial number stored in P2P table J Talk Peer to Peer calls are the calls made between two IP clients without the intervention of a proxy server. To make Peer to Peer call, you should configure peer to peer table in the web jeeves of ATA2S. Also, you need to enable the 'Peer to Peer' option on 'FXS Port' page of Jeeves. Peer to Peer application is used by various branch offices of a corporate office and also by the residential user to communicate with their relatives staying geographically away. For more details, please refer Peer-to-Peer Call Application in Installing Setu ATA2S' and Peer-to-Peer Calls in 'Call Features' Relevant Topics: 1. FXS Ports 58 2. Call Features 42 3. Peer-to-Peer Table 4. Dial Plan 69

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Receiving Calls
Setu ATA2S starts receiving calls as soon as it is switched ON after initial configuration. Ring J Go OFF-Hook J Talk Once you have configured your ATA2S properly then receiving calls through ATA is as easy as receiving a normal telephone call. If you have configured both the SIP Accounts then the calls made to SIP1 number will be placed on FXS1 and the calls made to SIP2 number will be placed on FXS2 as per the default settings. However, this configuration can be changed as per the need and convenience of user by changing the default settings. The default settings of routing of calls can be changed by making necessary changes in "SIP Accounts" link in the Web Jeeves. For more details, refer topic SIP Accounts in Configuring Setu ATA2S.

Relevant Topic: 1. SIP Accounts

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Managing Calls
ATA2S gives you the facility of managing the calls by providing various Supplementary call services such as: Call Hold Making Second Call Call Transfer- Blind Call Transfer- Attended Call Toggle 3- Party Conference Call Waiting ATA2S supports three different sets of Feature Codes for the call features mentioned above VIZ., Type1, Type2 and Type3. Select the feature code type as per your easeness to use the feature. Feature Code Type1 is provided considering Indian users. Feature Code Type2 is provided considering European users. Feature Code Type3 is provided considering American Users. Feature codes for all the three types of users are as follow: FEATURE CALL HOLD Hold Hold Retrieve CALL WAITING Reject Waiting call Hold current call & answer waiting call Disconnect current call and answer waiting call CALL TOGGLE Call Toggle CALL TRANSFER Blind call Transfer Flash-*1-Number #ON Hook Flash-Number #Speech-ON Hook Flash-*98- Number #ON Hook Flash-Number #Speech-ON Hook Flash-*90- Number # ON Hook Flash-Number #Speech-ON Hook Flash 1 Flash 2 Not supported Flash 2 Flash 1 Flash 0 Flash 2 Not supported Flash Flash Flash Flash Flash Flash Flash TYPE1 TYPE2 TYPE3

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CONFERENCE Conduct Conference Conference to Toggle Flash-0 Flash-1 Flash-3 Flash-2 Flash Not supported

All the above mentioned features are explained in detail below. Pease note that all the feature explanation is given considering the default feature code type i.e. Feature Code Type1. Type2 and Type3 users are requested

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to manipulate the codes according to their requirement. 'A' is considered as the user of ATA2S whereas 'B' and 'C' are considered to be the remote users.

Call Hold
Call Hold feature allows you to hold the remote party. How it works? A is in speech with B Hold a call A dials Flash Retrieve Held Call A dials Flash again within 7 seconds A does not dial any digit again within 7 seconds A goes on-hook A goes off-hook A in speech with B A gets error tone A gets Ring A in speech with B A gets dial tone. B goes on hold.

Call Hold feature shall also be used with other features like Making Second Call, Call Waiting, Call TransferBlind, Call Transfer-Attended, Call Toggle and 3-Party Conference.

Making Second Call


This feature helps you to make a second call by keeping on hold the first call. How it works? A is in speech with B A dials Flash A dials C C goes on-hook A in speech with B Making second call feature shall also be used with other features such as Call Transfer - Attended, Call Toggle and 3-Party Conference. B goes on hold. A gets dial tone. A in speech with C A gets connected to B

Call Transfer
Call Transfer helps transferor to connect the transferee to the transfer target.

Call Transfer-Blind
Call transfer without consulting the party to whom call is to be transferred is called Blind Transfer.

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How it works? A is in speech with B A dials Flash A dials *1 A dials C and goes on-hook B goes on hold. A gets dial tone. A gets feature tone B in speech with C

To know the call transfer results, A should remain off-hook after dialing C's number. One of the following results may occur: A gets confirmation tone for 2 seconds followed by Dial tone if transfer is successful. A gets busy tone for 2 seconds followed by speech with transferee, if transfer target is busy. A gets continuous busy tone, if no notification is received from transferee about transfer activity.

Call Transfer-Attended
Call Transfer after consulting the party to whom the call is to be transferred is called Attended Transfer. How it works? A is in speech with B A dials Flash A dials C A goes on-hook B goes on hold. A gets dial tone. A in speech with C B in speech with C

Call Toggle
Call Toggle feature allows you to toggle between two calls without disconnecting the line. How it works? A in speech with B A dials Flash A dials C A dials Flash-1 A dials Flash-1 again B goes on hold. A gets dial tone A in speech with C A in speech with B. C goes on hold A in speech with C. B goes on hold

Type 3 users cannot use this feature.

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3-Party Conference
3-Party Conference enables you to have conference between three parties. During conference all the three parties can talk to each other. How it works? A in speech with B A dials Flash A dials C A dials Flash-0 A dials Flash1 B goes on hold. A gets dial tone A in speech with C A in speech with B and C A in speech with B. C goes on hold (3-PTY Conference converted to Call Toggle)

Type3 users cannot use this feature. 3-Party Conference can be converted to Call Toggle by dialing Toggle access code. User will be connected to one of the parties and the other party goes on hold.

Call Waiting
This feature notifies you of another incoming call, when you are busy on a call. You will get beeps during speech when you have waiting call. You have three options, when you are busy with the current call: You can reject the waiting call. You can hold the current call and attend the waiting call. You can disconnect the current call and attend the waiting call. A is in speech with B C calls A Reject Waiting Call A dials Flash-2 Beeps stop. The call with C is rejected. A in speech with B A gets beeps while talking to B

Hold current call and attend waiting call A dials Flash-1 B goes on Hold. A in speech with C

Disconnect current call and attend waiting call A dials Flash-3 B gets disconnected. A in speech with C

This feature can be enabled/disabled independently on both the FXS ports. When disabled, the user does not get waiting beeps for the waiting call and the call gets rejected. Call Waiting is applicable on FXS port and not on SIP Account.

The feature 'Reject waiting call' and 'Disconnect current call and attend waiting call' is not supported for Type 3 users. This feature can be enabled/disabled through Web Jeeves as well as by issuing commands from FXS ports.

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Using Web Jeeves Click 'FXS Ports' link. A screen as shown below appears:

To enable 'Call waiting' through jeeves, set Call waiting = YES on FXS port page. Using Commands Enter programming mode by dialing #19 followed by default password 1234 and then issue following commands from the Programming mode: To enable Call waiting, issue command 72-FXS-#*, where FXS =1 for FXS port 1 and FXS=2 for FXS port2. To disable Call waiting, issue command 73-FXS-#*, where FXS =1 for FXS port 1 and FXS=2 for FXS port2. Relevant Topics: 1. Making Calls 36 2. Call Features 42 3. Supplementary Services

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Call Features
ATA2S supports various call features such as: Call Forward Caller ID DND Phone Book Peer to Peer Calls

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Call Forward
This feature enables you to forward calls to desired number when you are busy or not available at your place. In ATA2S there are three call forward options: Call Forward-Unconditional Use 'Call Forward-Unconditional' when you want to forward all incoming calls on SIP account. Call Forward- When Busy Use 'Call Forward-Busy' when you want to forward the incoming calls on SIP account when you are busy with other call. Call Forward- When No Reply Use 'Call Forward - When No Reply' when you want to forward the incoming calls on SIP account after specified time. This timer is configurable and called 'Call Forward Timer'.

This feature can be enabled/disabled through Web Jeeves as well as by issuing commands from FXS ports. Call forward option can be selected for both SIP Accounts i.e. SIP1 and SIP2. Call Forward applies to SIP account and not to FXS port.

Using Web Jeeves Click 'Supplementary Services' link. A screen as shown below appears:

To enable 'Call Forward' through jeeves, select required Call forward option and enter the number or IP address on which you want to forward the calls. The number can be of maximum 16 digits. Only digits 0 to 9 and * is allowed and by default, it is blank. Also set the time after which call is to be forwarded to another number in "Call Forward Timer". The range of Call Forward timer is 01 to 99. By default, it is 45 seconds. This timer is applicable only when Call Forward- When No Reply is selected.

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Using Commands Enter programming mode by dialing #19 followed by default password 1234 and then issue following commands from the Programming mode: To set Call Forward- Unconditional, issue command 51-SIP Account-Destination number-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To cancel Call Forward- Unconditional, issue command 52-SIP Account-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To set Call Forward- When Busy, issue command 53-SIP Account-Destination Number-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To cancel Call Forward- When Busy, issue command 54-SIP Account-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To set Call Forward- When No Reply, issue command 55-SIP Account-Destination Number-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To cancel Call Forward- When No Reply, issue command 56-SIP Account-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To set Call Forward Ring Timer, issue command 57-SIP Account-Timer-#*, where Timer is time in seconds from 01-99. Do not enable DND if Call Forward is set. Else, all incoming calls on SIP Account will be rejected and calls will not be forwarded.

Caller ID
Caller ID helps you to hide your identity from the called party by setting the value of Send Caller ID to NO. When this feature is set to NO then the outgoing calls will be sent as Anonymous calls. Caller ID feature can be enabled/ disabled through Web Jeeves as well as by issuing commands from FXS ports. Using Web Jeeves Click 'FXS Port' link. A screen as shown below appears:

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To enable 'Caller ID' feature through jeeves, set Send Caller ID = YES on FXS Port page. Using Commands Enter programming mode by dialing #19 followed by default password 1234 and then issue following commands from the Programming mode: To set Send Caller ID to Yes, issue command 66-FXS-#*, where FXS =1 for FXS port 1 and FXS=2 for FXS port2. To Block Caller ID, issue command 67-FXS-#*, where FXS =1 for FXS port 1 and FXS=2 for FXS port2. This feature can be enabled/disabled independently on both the FXS ports. Please note that Caller ID applies to FXS ports and not to SIP Accounts.

DND (Do not Disturb)


DND feature is useful when you do not want to receive any calls for a particular period of time. When DND feature is set on SIP Account, all incoming calls on SIP Account will be rejected by ATA2S. DND feature can be enabled/disabled through Web Jeeves as well as by issuing commands from FXS ports. This feature can be used for both SIP Accounts i.e. SIP1 and SIP2. Call Forward applies to SIP account and not to FXS port.

Using Web Jeeves Click 'Supplementary Services' link. A screen as shown below appears:

On Supplementary Services page, enable DND to use this feature. Using Commands Enter programming mode by dialing #19 followed by default password 1234 and then issue following commands from the Programming mode: To set DND, issue command 61-SIP Account-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2. To cancel DND, issue command 62-SIP Account-#*, where SIP Account = 1 for SIP1 and 2 for SIP2.

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Do not enable Call Forward when DND is set. Else, incoming calls on SIP account will be rejected and calls will not be forwarded.

Phone Book
Phone book is the database used for storing details of your contacts. This includes: a) SIP number, b) Name of the contact and c) the SIP Account using which the number is to be dialed. Maximum 99 numbers can be stored in the Phone Book. A call to a particular number will be made using the corresponding SIP Account selected for it. Dialing a number using phone book is also called Speed Dialing. How to Program? Click 'Phone Book' link. A screen as shown below appears:

To store contact details in your phone book, enter the following details in the respective fields. Number: Enter the number of the called party. It can be of maximum 16 digits. Only digits 0 to 9 and * are allowed. Name: Enter name of the called party. It can be of maximum 16 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. SIP Account: Select SIP Account that is to be used to call the programmed number. Select either SIP1 or SIP2. How to use? Go OFF-Hook J Dial #8-Index Number J Talk All the numbers in the phone book are entered at a particular Index number. To dial a number, you should dial the index number at which it is stored. The access code for dialing phone book number is '#8-Index number'. For example, to dial the number of XYZ stored at index number 64, you should dial #8-64.

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Peer-to-Peer Calls
Calls made between two IP clients without the intervention of a Proxy Server are defined as Peer-to-Peer Calls. Generally, Peer-to-Peer application is used for making intra-offices calls. Maximum of 500 offices can be interfaced using ATA2S. Each office should possess ATA2S with a static IP address. The FXS ports of ATA can be connected to the FXO ports of the PBX at each branch office as shown in the figure given below. The Peerto-Peer table should be programmed at each location with the FXS port's number and IP address of all the other locations.
192.1.3.500 Broadband Modem, Cable Modem, DSL Modem, etc. ATA2S FXS1 WAN 191.1.1.1 Broadband Modem, Cable Modem, DSL Modem, etc. ATA2S WAN FXS1

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How to program? Click on the link viz. 'Peer-to-Peer Table' on the Home Page. The screen as shown below appears.

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This screen shows a Peer-to-Peer table. By programming this table, the user gets away of dialing long and uncomfortable IP address. This table serves as abbreviated dialing of IP numbers. Total 500 entries can be programmed in the Peer-to-Peer table. This implies 500 locations can be connected. Each entry has two parameters viz. Number and Destination Address. Number is a string of maximum 8 digits. Digits 0-9 and * are allowed. By default this field is blank. The number of the FXS port of the ATA2S which is to be called should be programmed in this field. Destination Address is a string of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default this field is blank. IP address or the domain name of the party to be called is programmed here. With reference to the figure shown above, following programming should be done in the Peer-to-Peer table of ATA2S at location A. Index 001 002 003 Number 300 400 500 Destination Address 190.1.1.100 191.1.3.200 192.1.3.500

When the user 2001 or 2002 at location A dials 3001, a call is placed at IP address 190.1.1.100 since dialed number gets best matched with the entry programmed at index 001. On receiving a call, the ATA2S at location B routes this call to FXS1 port numbered as 3001. Please note that 'Peer-to-Peer' option in the FXS port parameters page should be enabled to make Peer-to-Peer calls at all the locations. Using ATA2S, Peer-to-Peer calls can be made between any two clients when: Both the clients are in Public Network. Both the clients are in same Private Network and make calls only in private network (STUN is disabled). Both the clients are in different Private Networks and both the private networks do not use symmetric NAT (STUN is compulsory to use by both the clients). One client is in Public network (Using Symmetric RTP is compulsory) and other client is in Private network Using ATA2S, Peer-to-Peer calls cannot be made: Between the clients in different Private Networks with both the private networks using routers with Symmetric NAT type. Between clients in different Private Network and public network simultaneously Between clients in same Private Network and public network simultaneously Between clients in same private networks, different private network and public network simultaneously.

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Configuring Setu ATA2S


In this chapter, you will learn the configuration of various parameters of ATA2S.

WAN Port
ATA2S has a WAN port which is used for receiving and transmitting data over Wide Area Network. WAN port of ATA2S can be connected to the Ethernet port of the broadband modem/ router or to one of the Ethernet port of LAN switch. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'WAN Port' link. The following screen will appear:

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Description and configuration of WAN Port parameters is as under: Enable DHCP: Select 'Enable DHCP', if you want IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway address to be assigned by DHCP server automatically. By default, it is disabled. Enable PPPoE: Select 'Enable PPPoE', if your ISP provides internet services using PPPoE. Configure Username and Password provided by your ISP, if you have selected this option. Enable Static IP: Select 'Enable Static IP', if you want to assign IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway address manually. Configure all the fields manually if you have selected this option. By default, it is enabled. Default WAN IP address is 192.168.001.151 Default Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0, and Default Gateway Address is blank.

DNS
DNS stands for Domain Name Server which is used to resolve domain name in to IP address. You can select either Static DNS or Automatic DNS. Select 'Static' if you want to program DNS manually. If you have selected this option, program the DNS address and Domain name manually. Select 'Automatic' if you want DNS address and Domain name to be assigned by DHCP/ PPPoE server automatically.

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MAC Address Setting


MAC Address is the address of the electronic hardware devices such as computer, which is assigned to the device at the factory. MAC address is assigned as per IANA standard. No two devices can have similar MAC address and thus it is unique in the world. ATA2S provides unique MAC address to its WAN port. ATA2S also facilitates the cloning of MAC address at the WAN port. The process of changing the MAC address of a device is known as MAC Address Cloning. MAC Address Settings can be done as follow: MAC Address Selection: In MAC address selection, two options are given i.e. Unique and Clone. You can select either Unique or Clone MAC Address. By default, Unique is selected. Unique MAC Address: If 'Unique' is selected, ATA2S will use unique MAC address assigned to it as source MAC address in all Ethernet frames. Clone MAC Address: Select 'Clone' if you want ATA2S to use MAC address other then unique MAC address. If this option is selected, program the desired MAC address manually. Only Hexadecimal characters are allowed and by default, it is blank.

SIP Timers
ATA2S support three programmable SIP timers viz. SIP INVITE Timer, SIP Provisional Timer and General Request Timer. SIP INVITE Timer: is time for which ATA2S waits for a response from the called party after sending INVITE message. This timer starts after sending INVITE message to the called party and stops on receipt of provisional response or final response or when the user disconnects the call. On expiry of timer, the ATA2S terminates the call process and gives error tone to the user. The range of SIP INVITE Timer is 010 to 180 seconds. By default, it is 30 seconds. SIP Provisional Timer: is the time for which ATA2S waits for final response after receiving provisional response from the called party. This timer starts on receipt of provisional response from the called party and stops on receipt of final response from the called party or when the user disconnects the call. On expiry of timer, the ATA2S terminates the call process and gives error tone to the user. The range of SIP Provisional Timer is 010 to 180 seconds. By default, it is 60 seconds. General Request Timer: is the timer for which the ATA2S waits for the response of a transaction request. This timer starts on initiating a transaction. This timer stops on receipt of a response for the request. On expiry of timer, the ATA2S clears the transaction. This timer is used for Registration request, etc. The range of General Request Timer is 10 to 60 seconds. By default, it is 20 seconds.

NAT Keep Alive


When ATA2S is connected behind the NAT router, NAT Keep Alive messages are to be sent to refresh the binding in the NAT router. NAT Keep Alive settings can be done as follows: Enable: Select 'Yes' if you want ATA2S to send keep alive messages periodically to refresh the binding in NAT router. Interval: Select the time period after which the ATA2S should send keep alive messages. This time period should be less than the binding timer of the router. The valid range is 001 to 999 seconds. By default, it is 120 seconds.

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Message Type: Select message type if NAT Keep Alive is enabled. Select either REGISTER or NOTIFY. By default, NOTIFY is selected.

Listening Port
SIP Listening Port: SIP Listening port defines the port on which ATA2S listens for SIP messages. ATA2S also used this port as source port in SIP messages while sending SIP messages to remote peer. By default, SIP Listening Port is 5060. Range of SIP Listening Port is 1024-65535. RTP Listening Port: RTP Listening port defines the port on which ATA2S listens for RTP packets. ATA2S also uses this port as source port in RTP packets while sending RTP to remote peer. By default, RTP Listening port is 8000. Range of RTP Listening Port is 1024-65526.

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SIP Accounts
While configuring ATA2S, one of the most important steps is to configure the SIP parameters. You can have maximum two SIP accounts. Two SIP accounts refer that ATA2S can take the services of maximum two ITSP's. While taking services from ITSP, you should take all the important information such as SIP ID, Authentication ID, Authentication Password, Registrar Server Address, Registrar Server Port, Outbound Server Proxy Address and Outbound Server Port from the ITSP and configure the same in 'SIP Accounts' page in the web jeeves. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'SIP Accounts' link. The following screen will appear:

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SIP Accounts parameters are configured as follow:

Registrar Settings
Enable SIP Account: Select 'Yes' if you want to use this SIP account with ITSP and wants to make an outgoing calls using the services provided by ITSP. If 'No' is selected, it will not be used for making outgoing calls even if it gets selected by the outgoing call routing logic. By default, it is disable. SIP ID: Enter the SIP ID provided by the ITSP. This can be number or text. For e.g. If SIP URI provided by ITSP is 12345@abc.com, enter 12345 in this field. SIP ID can be of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default SIP ID is blank. Registrar Server Address: Enter SIP registrar server address provided by ITSP. It can be an IP address or domain. SIP registrar server address can be of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default register server address is Blank. Registrar Server Port: Enter registrar server listening port provided by ITSP. Valid range of registrar server port is from 1024 to 65535. By default register server port is 5060. Re-Registration Timer: The registrar server deletes an entry of its client from its database on expiry of a fixed timer which is set by the registrar server. The ATA2S sends a registration request before this timer expires to remain registered on the server. Enter the value of timer after which the ATA should send registration request to get registered again. Valid range of this timer is from 00001 to 65535. By default Re-Registration timer is 3600 seconds. Registration Retry Timer: Registration Retry timer indicates the period between retries for registration. If the registration attempt fails, ATA2S sends the registration request on expiry of this timer again. ATA keep sending the registration request till it gets registered. Valid range of this timer is from 00001 seconds to 65535 seconds. By default, Registration Retry Timer is 10 seconds.

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Authentication
User ID: Enter User Id provided by ITSP for registering the SIP account with the SIP server. This field is relevant when SIP user ID and Authentication user ID are not same. User Id can be of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default Authentication User ID is Blank. Password: Enter the authentication password provided by ITSP. Password can be of maximum 24 characters. By default Authentication password is Blank.

Vocoders Preference
Type: Two options are provided for selecting vocoder i.e. 'Single' and 'List'. Single: If single is selected, only preferred Vocoder will be offered. If this option is selected, select the preferred Vocoder to be used during outgoing call. List: If List is selected, list of supported Vocoders will be used during outgoing call. By default, 'List' is selected. Vocoders: ATA supports 4-types of Vocoders: G.711 a-law G.711 u-law G.729 G.723 By default, G.729 is selected. Vocoder Type viz. Single or List selected will only be used at the time of outgoing call. During incoming call, Vocoders' offer made by caller shall be entertained.

DTMF Option
This option decides how the DTMF digits will be sent over IP network, when a DTMF digit is pressed. ATA2S supports DTMF in Inband and Outband. 'Inband' means DTMF is combined in audio signal. 'Outband' means digits are to be sent via RTP. By default Outband is selected.

Outbound Proxy
Enable Outbound Proxy: Select 'YES' to enable outbound proxy, if your ITSP have a SIP outbound server to handle voice calls. By default, Outbound Proxy is disable. Server Address: Enter the outbound proxy server address provided by ITSP if outbound proxy is enable. It can be IP address or domain. Outbound proxy server address can be of maximum 40 characters and all ASCII characters are allowed. By default, Outbound Proxy Server Address is Blank. Server Port: Enter the outbound proxy server's listening port provided by ITSP. Valid range of server port is from 1024 to 65535. By default, Outbound Proxy Server Port is 5060.

STUN
Enable: Enable STUN if ATA2S is located behind the NAT router type other then Symmetric. By default, STUN is disabled.

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Server Address: Enter STUN Server Address if STUN is enabled. Server Address can be of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default, STUN server address is blank. Server Port: Enter STUN Server's listening port. Valid range of Server Port is from 1024 to 65535. By default, the value is 3478.

Incoming Call-Routing
Incoming calls: For incoming calls on SIP account, select the destination where you want to route the IC call on SIP account. Following selection can be made: Route to None - If 'Route to None' is selected, all the IC calls on SIP account will be rejected. You will get no indication about the incoming call. Route to FXS1 - If 'Route to FXS1' is selected, all the IC calls on SIP account will be routed to FXS1. Route to FXS2 - If 'Route to FXS2' is selected, all the IC calls on SIP account will be routed to FXS2. Route to Both - If 'Route to Both' is selected, all the IC calls on SIP account will be routed to both FXS1 and FXS2. Whosoever first answers the call shall be connected to caller and other FXS port shall stop ringing.

By default, 'Route to FXS1' is selected for SIP Account1 and 'Route toFXS2' for SIP Account2.

QoS (Layer 3)
SIP QoS: If SIP QoS is selected, ATA will send all SIP messages using SIP QOS setting. There are two types of SIP QOS viz. Precedence and Diffserve for SIP signaling. By default, Diffserve is selected. Valid range for Precedence is from 0 to 7 and for Diffserve is from 00 to 63. By default, Precedence is 5 and Diffserve is 26. RTP QoS: If RTP QoS is selected, ATA will send all the RTP packets with RTP QOS setting. There are two types of RTP QOS viz. Precedence and Diffserve for RTP traffic. By default, Diffserve is selected. Valid range for Precedence is from 0 to 7 and for Diffserve is from 00 to 63. By default, Precedence is 5 and Diffserve is 46.

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FXS Ports
Analog Telephone instruments can be connected at FXS1 and FXS2 port of ATA2S, through which calls can be made and received. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'FXS Port' link. The following screen will appear:

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FXS ports parameters are configured as follow: FXS Port Name: A name can be assigned to FXS Port of ATA2S. This name is displayed on the SLT of the called party if the instrument of the called party supports display name functionality. FXS Port Name can be of maximum 16 characters and all ASCII characters are allowed. By default it is blank. FXS Port Number: In case of peer to peer calls, this number is displayed on the SLT of the called party if the instrument of the called party supports display number functionality. It can be of maximum 4 characters and digits 0 to 9 and '*' are supported. By default it is blank.

Voice Volume Control


In Voice Volume Control, both Listening Volume and Speaking Volume can be increased or decreased according to the requirement of the user. Voice Volume Control parameters can be configured as follows: Listening Volume: Listening Volume can be increased or decreased in the range of -6db to +6db. By default, it is 0db. Speaking Volume: Speaking Volume can be increased or decreased in the range of -6db to +6db. By default, it is 0db.

Tones and Rings


You can select Call Progress Tones, Ring Type and Ring timer as per your choice. The configuration of Tones and Rings can be done as follow: Call Progress Tones: To select Call Progress Tones, select the country in which ATA2S is installed. By default, INDIA is selected. Refer Table 1 to see the list of countries and various tones supported by those countries. Different types of call progress tones are played on ATA2S during various events. It is shown in the table given below: NAME TIMER (secs.) 7 60 DESCRIPTION Matures To

Dial Tone Ring Back Tone Busy Tone Error Tone

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Error Tone J Standby Error Tone J Standby

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ATA2S will play Call Waiting Tone when you have an incoming call while in speech. CCWT tone is played till you do answer the waiting call or do not reject the waiting call or caller does not disconnect the call or ring timer gets expired.

Ring Type: To select Ring Type, select the country where ATA2S is installed. By default, INDIA is selected. Refer Table 2 to see the list of countries and various ring type supported by them.

Ring Timer: Ring Timer is the period of time for which ring is played on your SLT when incoming call is received. You may select between 01-99 seconds. By default, it is 60 seconds.

Calling Party Number Presentation


Calling Party Number Presentation enables the presentation of the number of the calling party on the display of your phone. Enable Calling Party Number Presentation for FXS port if you want to present the caller's number on your phone. By default, it is enable. ATA2S supports two CLI types: FSK- Bellcore and FSK-ITU (V.23). Select the type of CLI supported by your phone instrument.

Caller ID
Feature enables you to hide your identity to the called party at the time of outgoing call. Disable caller Id, if you do not want to show your identity to the called party and all the calls will be made as anonymous. By default 'Send caller ID' is set to Yes.

Answer Signaling on FXS Port


In general, ATA kind of products is mostly connected with PCO machines in Cyber Caf's or with FXO port of PBX. When call is made through ATA and called party answers the call, it is required to generate maturity information on FXS port of ATA so that the device connected to FXS port of ATA viz PCO machine or PBX can take appropriate decision e.g., start billing etc. In absence of maturity information on FXS port, call will not be considered as matured and no billing will be generated on PCO machine. To avoid such problems the system supports 'Answer Signaling' feature. It is a signal which will be generated on FXS port, which indicates that the called party has answered and the call is matured. This helps in accurate billing, avoids billing of unanswered and unsuccessful call attempts. For Answer Signaling on FXS port, one of the following options is to be selected. None: This option is used when no answer signaling is to be generated on the FXS port. Polarity Reversal: This option is used when answer signaling is to be generated in the form of Polarity Reversal on the FXS port. In Polarity Reversal, battery polarity of FXS port is reversed. For example, suppose the battery polarity of the FXS port is negative for TIP and positive for RING in normal condition. After call maturity, TIP will become positive and RING will become negative. By default, Polarity Reversal is selected.

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Disconnect Signaling on FXS port


In general, ATA kind of products is mostly connected with PCO machines or with FXO port of PBX. Now when called party disconnects or goes on-hook, PCO machine or PBX is to be informed that the call is disconnected. In absence of 'Disconnect Signaling' the call is considered as complete when the caller goes on-hook. But this may result in inaccurate billing in case of PCO machine or in case of PBX even though the call is disconnected it is considered as mature by the PBX. To avoid such problems the system supports 'Disconnect Signaling' feature. It is a signal which will be generated on FXS port, which indicates that the other party to the call has disconnected. This will result in accurate billing in PCO machines. For Disconnect Signaling on FXS port, one of the following options is to be selected. None: This option is used when no disconnect signaling is to be generated on the FXS port. Polarity Reversal: This option is used when disconnect signaling is to be generated in the form of Polarity Reversal on the FXS port. In Polarity Reversal, battery polarity of FXS port is reversed. For example, suppose the battery polarity of the FXS port is negative for TIP and positive for RING in speech condition. After call disconnection, TIP will become positive and RING will become negative. When FXS port goes on-hook, idle state polarity is restored. Open Loop Disconnect: This option is used when call disconnection is to be signaled in the form of Open Loop Disconnect pulse. In Open Loop Disconnect, the battery voltage on FXS port is removed for Open Loop Disconnect timer and then it is restored again after the FXS port goes on-hook. Range of Open Loop Disconnect timer is 001 to 999ms. By default, it is 500ms. By default, Polarity Reversal is selected. When call is disconnected, the user will get error tone.

Flash Timer
Flash timer signifies the time period for which the loop current breaks. ATA2S uses this event for various features viz Call Hold, Call Transfer etc. Flash timer is programmable. It ranges from 100 ms to 900 ms. By default the value of flash timer is 600 ms.

Echo Cancellation
Echo Cancellation is a technique that allows isolation and filtering of unwanted signals caused by echoes. Sometimes an echo is produced while talking on phone due to which it becomes difficult to hear and understand the speech of the opposite party. Echo canceller is the device that put a signal on the return transmission path, which is equal and opposite of the echo signal. Echo cancellers are used depending on the length of the echo to be compensated and the distance between gateway and the line hybrid. ATA2S has inbuilt echo cancellation feature. Enable: Disable Echo Cancellation, if you do not want to use this feature. By default, it is enable. Tail Length: Select tail length depending on the length of the echo to be compensated. Valid range of tail length is (8, 16, 32) msec. By default, it is 32 msec.

Forward Error Correction


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data. By default "Forward Error Correction" is disable. Enable this feature to reduce error and for improved voice quality.

Voice Activity Detection


Voice Activity Detection (VAD) is a software application which allows data network carrying voice traffic over the internet to detect the absence of audio and conserve bandwidth by preventing the transmission of 'Silent Packets' over the network. VAD (also called 'Silence Suppression') should be enabled to monitor signals for voice activity so that when silence is detected for specified amount of time, the application informs the packet voice protocol and prevents the encoder output from being transported across the network. By default Voice Activity Detection is disable.

Number Dialing Timer


First Digit Wait Timer: First digit wait timer signifies the time for which the system waits for the user to dial a digit after the phone goes OFF-Hook. On expiry of this timer, the system will give error tone to the user. Fist Digit Wait Timer in ATA2S is set to 7 seconds. It is fixed and cannot be changed by the user. Inter Digit Wait Timer: Inter Digit Wait Timer signifies the time period between dialing of two consecutive digits. All the digits should be dialed at a stretch within Inter Digit Wait Timer period. If the user does not dial the next digit before this inter digit wait timer expires then ATA2S will stop collecting further digits and will process the digits dialed so far. The range of Inter Digit Wait Timer is 1 to 9 seconds. By default, it is 4 seconds.

Call Waiting
Call waiting is the feature that alerts you of an incoming call when you are in speech with the current call. By default "Call Waiting" is enable. Refer Call Waiting feature in "Managing Calls" for more details.

Outgoing Calls
For outgoing calls made from FXS port, select the SIP Account from where you want to route the outgoing call. Following selection can be made: None - If 'None' is selected, no outgoing calls can be made from this FXS port. SIP Account1 - If 'SIP Account1' is selected, all outgoing calls will be made using SIP Account1. SIP Account2 - If 'SIP Account2' is selected, all outgoing calls will be made using SIP Account2. Dial Plan - If 'Dial Plan' is selected, all outgoing calls will be routed as per the entries made in Dial Plan. Please refer Dial Plan for more details. By default, outgoing calls made from FXS1 will be routed through SIP Account1 and calls made from FXS2 will be routed through SIP Account2.

Peer to Peer
Select 'Yes' if you want to use FXS port for making peer to peer calls. If flag is set to 'Yes', all the dialed numbers will be checked in peer to peer table and if any best match entry found, call will be made as per the destination address found for the programmed entry. Else, call will be routed as per the option set for 'Outgoing Calls'. By default, Peer to Peer flag is set to 'No'.

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Symmetric RTP
Select 'Yes' if ATA2S is located on public IP and you make an outgoing call to the SIP client located behind the NAT router OR you received incoming calls from the SIP client located behind the NAT router. By default, it is set to 'No'. Table 1
Dial Tone Country Freq. Hz Australia 425*25 Cadence second cont. Ring Back Tone Freq. Hz 400*25 Cadence second 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 1.0on 4.0 off 1.0on 4.0 off Freq. Hz 425 Busy Tone Cadence second 0.375on 0.375off 0.3on 0.2off 0.25on 0.25off Freq. Hz 425 Error Tone Cadence second 0.375on 0.375off

Argentina Brazil

425 425

cont. cont.

425 425

425 425

425 425

0.3on 0.4off 0.25on 0.25 off 0.7on 0.7off 0.5on 0.5off 0.25on 0.25off 0.24on 0.24off 0.15on 0.15off

China Egypt France Germany Greece

450 425*50 440 425 425

cont cont cont cont 0.2on 0.3off 0.7on 0.8off cont

450 425*50 440 425 425

1.0on 4.0off 2.0on 1.0off 1.5on 3.5off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 4.0off

450 425*50 440 425 425

0.35 on 0.36off 1.0on 4.0off 0.5on 0.5off 0.48on 0.48off 0.3on 0.3off

450 450 440 425 425

India

400*25

400*25

0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 3.0off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 2.0off 0.67on 3.0off 1.5on 5.0off 1.0on 2.0off 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 1.0on 4.0off 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 4.0off 1.0on 5.0off 0.8on 3.2off 1.2on 4.6off

400

0.75on 0.75off

400

0.25on 0.25off

Indonesia Iran Israel Italy Japan Kenya

425 425 400 425 400 425

cont. cont cont cont. cont cont

425 425 400 425 400*20 425

425 425 400 425 400 425

0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.2on 0.6off 0.2on 0.6off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off

425 425 400 425 400 425

0.25on 0.25off 0.25on 0.25off 0.25on 0.25off 0.2on 0.2off 0.25on 0.25off 0.2on 0.6off

Korea Malaysia

350+440 425

cont cont

440+480 425

480+620 425

480+620 425

0.3on 0.2off 0.5on 0.25off

Mexico New Zealand Philippines Poland Portugal Russia Saudi Arabia

425 400

cont. cont.

425 400+450

425 400

0.25on 0.25off 0.5on 0.5off

425 400

0.25on 0.25off 0.25on 0.25off

425 425 425 425 425

cont. cont. cont. cont. cont.

425+480 425 425 425 425

480+620 425 425 425 425

0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off 0.4on 0.4off 0.5on 0.5off

480+620 425 450 425 425

0.25on 0.25off 0.5on 0.5off 0.33on 1.0off 0.25on 0.25off 0.25on 0.25off

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Dial Tone Country Freq. Hz Singapore 425 Cadence second cont.

Ring Back Tone Freq. Hz 425*24 Cadence second 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 1.5on 3.0off 1.0on 4.0off 2.0on 4.0off Freq. Hz 425

Busy Tone Cadence second 0.75on 0.75off Freq. Hz 425

Error Tone Cadence second 0.25on 0.25off

South Africa Spain Thailand Turkey

400*33

cont.

400*33

400

0.5on 0.5off

400

0.25on 0.25off

425 400*50 450

cont. cont. cont.

425 400 450

425 400 450

0.2on 0.2off 0.5on 0.5off 0.5on 0.5off

425 400 450

0.25on 0.25off 0.3on 0.3off 0.2on 0.2off 0.6on 0.2off 0.4on 0.35off 0.225on 0.525off 0.4on 0.35off 0.225on 0.525off 0.25on 0.25off

UAE

350+440

cont.

400+450

0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 0.4on 0.2off 0.4on 2.0off 2.0on 4.0off

400

0.375on 0.375off 0.375on 0.375off 0.5on 0.5off

400

UK

350+440

cont.

400+450

400

400

USA/ Canada

350+440

cont.

440+480

480+620

480+620

Table 2 Code Country 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Australia Brazil China Egypt France Germany Greece India Israel Italy Japan Korea Malaysia New Zealand Poland Portugal Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Thailand UAE UK USA/Canada CADENCE (In Seconds) Frequency (Hz) ON 1 OFF 1 ON 2 OFF 2 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 0.4 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.5 3.5 1.0 0.4 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.4 0.4 1.5 2.0 2.0 0.4 2.0 0.2 4.0 3.0 4.0 3.5 5.5 4.0 0.2 3.0 4.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 5.0 3.0 0.2 0.2 3.0 3.0 3.0 0.2 4.0 0.4 2.0 0.4 0.4 2.0 2.0 0.4 2.0 0.79 1.1 0.4 2.0

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User Password
User is a person who uses the Setu ATA2S. Login using User Password will allow you to access limited parameters of ATA2S. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'User Password' link. The following screen will appear:

You will not be able to access the following parameters when you are login into web jeeves using User password: 'Sip Account' Parameters 'Auto Configuration' Parameters 'Software Upgrade' Parameters 'FXS Port' Parameters & 'Admin Password' You can change User Password by following the steps given below: In 'Old Password' field enter the current password; enter new password in 'New Password' field and retype new password in 'Re-enter to Confirm' field. Password can be of maximum 4 digits. Only numerals 0 to 9 are allowed. It is possible to default User password using access code also. It can be done by following the steps given below:

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Dial the access code '#***'. You will get confirmation tone. This will default the User Password to factory set value. Please note that this will also default the Admin Password if 'Default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' option is set on 'System Parameters'. If 'Do not default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' option is set, issuing command '#***' will not default the Admin password.

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Admin Password
Admin is a person who installs, configures and maintains the Setu ATA2S. Admin can also be the User. Login into jeeves using Admin Password will allow you to access all the parameters of ATA2S. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'Admin Password' link. The following screen will appear:

You can change Admin Password by following the steps given below: In 'Old Password' field enter the current password; enter new password in 'New Password' field and retype new password in 'Re-enter to Confirm' field. Password can be of maximum 4 digits. Only numerals 0 to 9 are allowed. It is possible to default Admin password using access code. It can be done by following the steps given below: Dial the access code '#***'. You will get confirmation tone. This will default the User Password to factory set value. Please note that this will default the Admin Password only if 'Default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' option is set on 'System Parameters'. If 'Do not default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' option is set, issuing command '#***' will not default the Admin password.

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Issuing command '#***' will also default the User password.

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Peer-to-Peer Table
A call made between two IP clients without the intervention of a Proxy Server is defined as Peer-to-Peer Call. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'Peer to Peer Table' link. The following screen will appear:

Total 500 entries can be programmed in the Peer-to-Peer table. Each entry has three parameters viz. Index, Number and Destination Address. Index: This is the number at which entry is done. Total 500 entries can be made in the Peer to Peer table from 001 to 500. Number: The number which is to be called should be programmed in this field. It is a string of maximum 8 characters. Characters 0-9 and * are allowed. By default this field is blank. Destination Address: IP address or the domain name of the called party is to be programmed in this field. It is a string of maximum 40 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default this field is blank.

Relevant Topics: 1. Peer-to-Peer Call Application 2. Call Features 42

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Dial Plan is configured to make call to a particular number using the SIP Account assigned to that number. ATA2S gives facility to configure Dial plan to its user. Maximum 10 entries can be made in the Dial Plan. Dial Plan is configured to select the least cost route while making outgoing calls. The main logic of configuring the Dial Plan can be understood from the example given below: When ATA2S is registered with two ITSPs viz., ITSP1 and ITSP2 and if ITSP1 is giving lower rates to call UK and ITSP2 is giving lower rates to call US then configure ITSP1 as SIP1 and ITSP2 as SIP2 or vice-versa. Now configure Dial Plan in such a way that all calls to UK are made using SIP1 Account and all calls to US are made using SIP2 Account. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'Dial Plan' link. The following screen will appear:

Dial Plan has three parameters: Index, Number and SIP Account. Index: This is the number at which the entry is done. Total 10 entries can be made from 01 to 10. Number: Number/prefix of the called party are to be stored in this field. Only digits from 0 to 9 can be entered. Number can be of maximum 16 digits. By default, it is blank. SIP Account: In this field, SIP Account is to be selected using which calls are to be made for the programmed number/prefix. Select either SIP1 or SIP2. By default SIP1 is selected for all indices.

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Suppose a Dial Plan is configured as shown in the table below: INDEX 01 02 .. 10 Now when the user dials the number using FXS1 which is programmed to make calls using Dial Plan the dialed string is compared with all the 10 strings and the best fit number is dialed. Thus, when user dials a number 123456, the call will be made using SIP1 as dialed number best fits with the number string in index 01. Similarly, when user dials a number 1256783, the call will be made using SIP2 as dialed number best fits with the number string in index 02. If dialed number does not match with any entry in the Dial Plan or the table is blank, then the Outgoing call will be made using SIP Account1. Relevant Topics: 1. SIP Accounts 53 2. FXS Ports 58 NUMBER 1234 12 .. SIP ACCOUNT SIP1 SIP2 ..

System Parameters
System Parameter will allow the administrator to change the various system configurations. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'System Parameter' link. The following screen will appear:

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System Name
Enter the system name here. This will allows Admin to identify the particular ATA unit when multiple ATA's are connected in LAN network. Name can be of maximum 24 characters. All ASCII characters are allowed. By default, System Name is Matrix Setu ATA2S.

Play Routing Tone


During outgoing call, routing tone indicates that the call is in progress. Disable this option, if you do not want to play the routing tone at the time of outgoing call. By default, it is set to 'Yes'.

Default Admin Password


When user defaults ATA2S, only limited parameters get defaulted which User can access through Jeeves. Parameters which are not accessible by User do not get defaulted when User defaults the ATA. But this feature provides flexibility to default the Admin password also when User defaults the ATA. Select 'Default 'Admin' password when User defaults the ATA' if you want to default the Admin password also when User defaults the ATA. Select 'Do not Default 'Admin' password when User defaults the ATA' if you do not want to default the Admin password when User defaults the ATA. Relevant Topic: 1. Admin Password

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Supplementary Services
ATA2S supports various Supplementary call Services. Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'Supplementary Services' link. The following screen will appear.

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'Supplementary Services' parameters are as explained below: Feature Code Type: ATA2S supports three different sets of feature codes to use supplementary features Viz. Type1, Type2 and Type3. Feature code Type1 is provided considering Indian users. Feature code Type2 is provided considering European users. Feature code Type3 is provided considering American users.

Select the feature code type as per your easeness to use the features. Refer Table 1 and Table 2 given under sub-topic FXS Ports in Configuring Setu ATA2S. Call Forward: Select the required Call forward option and enter the number or IP address on which you want the call to be forwarded. You may select this option for both SIP Accounts if you have configured two SIP Accounts. Call Forward Timer: Set the time after which the call is to be forwarded to the programmed number. The range of Call Forward Timer is 01 to 99 seconds and by default it is 45 seconds. This timer is applicable only when Call Forward- When No Reply is selected. Do Not Disturb: DND is useful when you do not want to receive any calls for a particular period of time. Enable DND to use this feature. By default, DND is cancelled. For more details on supplementary call features, refer topics Managing Calls and Call Features in Using Setu ATA2S.

Relevant Topics: 1. Making Calls 36 2. Call Features 42 3. SIP Accounts 53 4. FXS Ports 58

Time Settings
Time has to be configured for ATA2S based on the country in which it is to be installed. ATA2S uses Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) to configure the time. This protocol ensures accurate local time-keeping with reference to radio and atomic clocks located on the Internet. ATA gets synchronized with the global server and reveal the date and time. This time is called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Based on the time zone settings as per your country, ATA2S shows correct date and time for that country. E.g. if GMT provided by time server is 14April2008 05:14:50 AM, current time shown for India will be 14 April 2008 10:44:50AM whereas the current time shown for Kabul will be 14 April 2008 09:44.50Am. Because, for India GMT is '+05:30' but for Kabul it is '+04:30'.

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Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and click on 'Time Settings' link. The following screen will appear.

Current Date: This field shows current date. Date is shown in DD-MM-YYYY format. Current Time: This field shows current time. Time is shown in HH:MM:SS AM/ PM format. Time Server Address: Select the convenient/ suitable time server address. Select either of the time server viz., ntpl.cd.wise.edu or time.windows.com or time.nist.gov. By default, ntpl.cd.wise.edu is selected. Time Zone: Select as per the country in which ATA2S is installed. By default, '(GMT+05:30) Calcutta, Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi' is selected.

Auto Configuration
'Auto Configuration' feature of ATA2S enables the user to configure ATA from a central location. It is necessary to configure certain parameters of ATA2S before using it. User may face technical difficulties at the time of configuring ATA manually so it is desirable to configure it from a central location by ITSP as all ATA users generally take ITSP's connection to make calls. Using this feature ITSP shall be able to configure ATA automatically from a central location whenever required.

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How it Works? ATA2S makes use of TFTP server to download the configuration files. User has to enter the Server Address provided by ITSP and specify the Configuration Folder Path provided by ITSP in the Web page for 'Auto Configuration'. Three options are provided for Auto Configuration: At Next Power ON - Select this option when you want to configure the ATA automatically only during next power ON. At Power ON - Select this option when you want to configure the ATA automatically each time it gets power ON. Never - Select this option when you do not want to configure the ATA automatically.

ATA2S provides provision to program the TFTP server address manually or program the address provided by DHCP server. If you are using DHCP server in your LAN and DHCP server provides the TFTP server address, do not configure the TFTP server address manually. Else, program the TFTP server address manually. During power ON, if Auto Configuration is enabled but ATA does not get TFTP server address either from DHCP server OR programmed manually, the auto-configuration process is aborted and then the default configuration files or the current ones are used by the ATA. During Auto Configuration process, ATA shall send the desired configuration file request to TFTP server and searches for the files in the configured folder by the name 'ATA MAC Address', where 'ATA MAC Address' is the MAC address assigned to the ATA WAN port. Hence, it should be taken care that files stored in the TFTP server should be name as the MAC Address of ATA's which need to get configured automatically. While sending desired configuration files request to the TFTP server, if required files are not available in the TFTP server, then there will be incomplete file download to the ATA. Also only those downloaded files whose version will match to the version of ATA will be updated.

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When Auto-Configuration is complete, the 'Status' page displays following information: No TFTP Server found" or Auto-Configuration Partial" or Auto-Configuration Fail" or Auto-Configuration Success" 'No TFTP Server Found' is displayed when you have programmed the Auto Configuration flag to 'At Next Power ON' or 'At Power ON', but ATA does not get TFTP server address. 'Auto-Configuration Partial' is displayed when incomplete/partial files are downloaded from TFTP server. 'Auto-Configuration Fail' is displayed when ATA send the configuration files request to TFTP server but no files are downloaded to ATA. 'Auto-Configuration Success' is displayed when all the desired configuration files are downloaded to ATA. In 'Statistics' field of 'Status' page, message will be displayed regarding how many files are downloaded successfully out of total configuration files supported by ATA as X/Y, where X is the number of files downloaded successfully and Y is the total number of files supported by ATA. Timer is provided in ATA2S to restart Auto-Configuration periodically so that Admin does not need to restart the ATA manually. Restarting ATA periodically is required since auto configuration request to TFTP server is made only at the time of power ON. Enable the timer and program the desired timer. Timer shall be configured in HH: MM. Doing so, ATA shall restart everyday on the timer configured. If timer is enabled, ATA shall restart on the configured time only if both the FXS ports viz FXS1 and FXS2 are idle. To configure Auto-Configuration parameter, click on 'Auto Configuration' link on Web page and configure the following parameters: Auto Configuration At Next Power ON At Power ON Never TFTP Server Address Values/ Default ----Selected by default Max. 40 characters Default = Blank Description Select to Auto Configure the ATA only at next power ON Select to Auto Configure the ATA at each power ON Select if you do not want to Auto Configure the ATA Enter the TFTP server address if not provided by DHCP server. If DHCP server provides TFTP server address, keep it blank. Enter the path of the folder provided by ITSP in which the configuration files are stored. Enable and select the time in HH:MM format to restart ATA at the selected time.

Config Folder Path

Max. 96 characters Default = Blank HH=00-23, MM=00-59 By default (disable) HH=00, MM=00

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Software Upgrade
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard Internet Protocol that is used to exchange files between computers on the IP network. ATA2S supports an embedded FTP server which can be used for Uploading and Downloading System files. FTP server of ATA stores all currently used configuration files, drivers, firmware, and html files. FTP server of ATA can be used to make desired configuration files. Feature is required by ITSP's during Auto Configuration. Refer Auto Configuration for more details. FTP server can also be used to take the backup of currently used configuration files which can be restore later as per the requirement. e.g., When ATA gets defaulted inadvertently, backup files can be used to restored the system configuration.

Procedure to Upgrade File


To upgrade any 'file' of the ATA2S, click on 'S/W Upgrade' link. Following four folders will be displayed: appli config driver httpd 'Appli' folder includes the current firmware/software used by ATA. 'Config' folder includes the current configuration files of ATA. 'Driver' folder includes the current drivers used by ATA. 'Httpd' folder includes the html files. To upgrade the desired folder viz 'Appli', 'Config', 'Driver' and 'Httpd', copy the folder stored in your computer and paste here. E.g., to upgrade ATA for new software/firmware, copy the 'Appli' folder stored in your computer and paste here. Similarly, other folders can be upgraded. New software/firmware, configuration etc shall take effect only during next power ON. Please note that pop-up of web client should be enabled while using the feature.

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Reinstate the Default Settings


Matrix ATA2S enables the user to default the system parameters or to reset the system by using 'System Default' feature. This feature will set parameters to factory set values but setting default values to the parameters will depend on the login type i.e. login by 'user password' or 'admin password'. ATA supports following methods to default the system: Default System through Web Jeeves Default System by using SLT command

Default System through Web Jeeves

For Resetting ATA2S through the Web page, follow following steps: Open Web Jeeves of ATA2S and Click on 'Default the ATA' link. Alert Window will appear: 'This will assign default values to the parameters of ATA, do you want to continue?' click on 'OK' or 'Cancel'. If you click on 'OK' the parameters will be assigned default values and if you click on 'Cancel' the parameters remain same. If you have login using 'User Password', then following parameters will not be defaulted: SIP Account Parameters Auto Configuration Parameters Software Upgrade Parameters FXS port Parameters Admin Password (Note: The Admin Password will also be defaulted, if an option 'Default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' is selected in system Parameter page.) If you have login using 'Admin Password', then all the parameters will get default value.

Default system using SLT command


To default the system using SLT, use following command: 21-Reverse User Password-#* Default ATA from SLT will not default following parameters: SIP Account Parameters Auto Configuration Parameters Software Upgrade Parameters FXS port Parameters Admin Password (The Admin Password will also be defaulted, if an option 'Default Admin password when User defaults the ATA' is selected in system Parameter page.)

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Appendices
A: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.1 Ans. Q.2 Which internet telephony (VoIP) protocols are supported by ATA2S? ATA2S supports Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to make/receives calls on Internet network. Can I make a call to another SIP terminal (e.g., Soft Phone running on PC) in my LAN network?

Ans. Yes. You can make a call to any SIP terminal in your LAN just by dialing an IP address of the SIP terminal. If you are not comfortable in dialing an IP address, you can use 'Peer to Peer' feature which allows you to dial the number instead an IP address for such type of applications. Q.3 I have only one Internet connection for Internet surfing. Do I need another internet connection for making VoIP calls using ATA2S? No. You do not need another internet connection to use ATA2S. But you should have at least two port hub or switch to connect PC and ATA2S. My Internet Service Provider (ISP) supports only PPPoE for internet services. Can I use ATA2S with my ISP? Yes. You need to configure PPPoE User-Id and PPPoE Password in ATA2S provided by your ISP. My internet Service Provider (ISP) supports only DHCP to provide internet services. Can I use ATA2S with my ISP? Yes. You need to enable the DHCP client in ATA2S. My internet service provider (ISP) provides me only dynamic IP address. Can I use ATA2S to make VoIP calls? Yes. Enable DHCP or PPPoE client in ATA2S as used by your ISP to provide internet services. I do not have PC to access Web Jeeves for configuration. Can I change the IP address and subnet mask of WAN port? Yes. You can change the IP address and subnet mask of WAN port of ATA2S if you do not have PC to access Web Jeeves. You need to issue commands from either FXS port to change the IP address and subnet mask. I do not have PC to access Web Jeeves for configuration. Can I change the internet connection type of ATA2S to DHCP? Yes. You can change the connection type to DHCP by issuing command from either of the FXS port of ATA2S.

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Q.9 Ans.

I am not able to make any outgoing calls. I only get error tone when I go on-hook from FXS port? If you are using ATA2S for peer to peer calls, check the 'Peer to Peer' option in Jeeves for FXS port on which you are getting error tone. Set this option to 'Yes' if you found 'Peer to Peer' option to No. If you are using ATA2S with ITSP, check whether SIP Account configured for ITSP is registered or not by going to the 'Status' page of Web Jeeves. Make relevant changes in your SIP Account configuration if SIP Account is not registered.

Q.10 I do not have PC to access Web Jeeves for configuration. Can I know whether ATA2S is registered with ITSP or not? Ans. Yes. You can know the status of your SIP registration using LED provided on the enclosure of ATA2S.

Q.11 I have connected my PC to WAN port of ATA2S. But, I am not able to access the Web Jeeves for configuration. Ans. Please ensure that the IP address of WAN port of ATA2S and IP address of your computer should be in same subnet to enable Web Jeeves from your computer. If both the IP address is in the same subnet, check for any error in the ethernet cable which connects your computer to WAN port of ATA2S. Q.12 Can I upgrade my ATA2S for new firmware? Ans. Yes. You can upgrade the ATA2S for new firmware. To upgrade ATA2S for new firmware, please refer Software Upgrade for more details. Q.13 Can I upgrade the ATA2S for new firmware remotely? Ans. Yes. If you know the public IP address of WAN port of ATA2S at the time of configuration, you can use the FTP server of ATA2S to upgrade the firmware. Please refer Software Upgrade for more details. Q.14 If I forgot the password, can I still use the Web Jeeves for configuration? Ans. Yes. But you need to set the password value to factory default. There are two important passwords for the configuration of ATA2S viz Admin Password and User Password. Admin password protects the access to whole configuration while User password protects the access to only few configuration of ATA2S. If you forgot the user password but you still have access to admin password, you can login to Web Jeeves and change the user password. But, if you forgot the admin password and you still have access to user password, you need to default the ATA2S by issuing command from either FXS port. Refer Reinstate the Default Settings for more details. Q.15 I am not able to access the Web Jeeves since I forgot the IP address of WAN port of ATA2S. How can I know the IP address of LAN port? Ans. You can use the system commands to know the IP address of WAN port of ATA2S. Please ensure that you have the SLT (support FSK CLIP type) connected to either FXS port. Q.16 Can I make call to PSTN, GSM number using ATA2S? Ans. Yes. You can make call to any PSTN, GSM number. Valid ITSP account is required who provide services of terminating call to PSTN/GSM network. Confirm with your ITSP about the service. Q.17 Can I change the configuration of ATA2S to factory default? Ans. Yes. You can change the configuration to factory default. Please refer Reinstate the Default Settings for more details.

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B: Acronyms
ASCII CLI CLIR CPC CPT CPTG CWT DCHP DND DNS DTMF FEC FTP GMT IANA IC IEEE IP ISP ITSP ITU LAN LED MAC ms NAT NTP OG PBX POTS PSTN American Standard Code for Information Technology Caller Line Identification Calling Line Identity Restriction Called Party Control Call Progress Tone Call Progress Tone Generation Call Waiting Tone Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Do Not Disturb Domain Name Service Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Forward Error Correction File Transfer Protocol Greenwich Mean Time Internet Assigned Numbers Authority Incoming call Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Internet Protocol Internet Service Provider Internet Telephony Service Provider International Telecommunication Union Local Area Network Light Emitting Diode Media Access Control Milliseconds Network Address Traversal Network Time Protocol Outgoing Call Private Branch Exchange Plain Old Telephone Service Public Switched Telephone Network

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PWR P2P PPPoE QoS RBT RFC RTC RTP SIP SLT SNTP SOHO STUN TCP TFTP UDP URI URL VAD WAN VoIP

Power Peer to Peer Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet Quality of Service Ring Back Tone Request for Comments Real Time Clock Real Time Transport Protocol Session Initiation Protocol Single Line Telephone Simple Network Time Protocol Small Office Home Office Simple Traversal of UDP over NAT Transmission Control Protocol Trivial File Transfer Protocol User Datagram Protocol Uniform Resource Identifier Universal Reference/Resource Locator Voice Activity Detection Wide Area Network Voice Over Internet Protocol

C: Features at a Glance
DESCRIPTION To enter programming mode To exit programming mode To dial a Phone Book Number To default Login Password FEATURE CODE #19-User Password 0 #8-Index Number #***

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D: Product Specifications
PORT NAME FXS Port WAN Port DC Jack APPLICATION For connecting Analog Phone or Fax Machine To connect Ethernet cable router provided by service provider To connect the power adapter for DC supply voltage NO. OF PORTS 2 1 1 CONNECTOR TYPE RJ 11 RJ 45, 10/100 Base T DC Power Jack

VoIP and Networking Protocol


SIP (RFC 3261) IPv4- Internet Protocol Version 4 (RFC 791) ARP- Address Resolution Protocol (RFC 0826) ICMP- Internet Control Message Protocol (RFC 0792) TCP- Transmission Control protocol (RFC 793) UDP- User Datagram Protocol (RFC 768) RTP- Real Time Protocol (RFC 1889) RTCP- Real Time Control Protocol (RFC 1889) SNTP- Simple Network Time Protocol PPP- Point-to-Point Protocol (RFC 1661) DNS- Protocol (RFC 2136) Outbound Proxy STUN NAT Keep Alive

Voice Functionalities
Two SIP Accounts can be used simultaneously DTMF: Inband and Outband (RFC 2833) Call Progress Tone Generation: Select as per the country QoS (Layer3): RTP QoS and SIP QoS using DIffserv and ToS (Precedence) Full Duplex Audio Echo Cancellation: G. 168, with programmable tail length of 8, 16 and 32 msecs. Forward Error Correction (FEC) Voice Activity Detection (VAD) Fax using T.38 and Pass Through Speech Volume Setting- Transmit and Receive Flash Timer Programming

Voice Codec's
G.711 (a-Law and u-Law), G.729, G.723

Telephony features
Voice Calls using SIP proxy and Voice calls without using SIP proxy (Peer-to-Peer Calling) Call Waiting Caller ID Blocking Call Forwarding

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3-Party conference Call Transfer Call Hold Caller ID: Generation and Display Calling Party Control (CPC) Speed Dialing with Phone Book feature Dial Plan- Can be used as Least Cost Touting (LCR) feature Do Not Disturb (DND)- Incoming calls can be rejected Polarity Reversal- Useful when some billing machine is connected to ATA Call Toggle- Used to toggle between active and held call

Time Settings
Synchronizing with specific Time Server

Provisioning, Administration and Maintenance


Auto Configuration Programming using Web Jeeves Software Upgrade (Using FTP Server) Programming using Phone of parameters such as: WAN IP Address

LED Indication
LED for Power LED for FXS1 LED for FXS2 LED for SIP1 LED for SIP2

Security
Password Protected Administrator and User settings

Dimension (W x H x D)
80X104X27mm (3.15X4.09X1.03 Inch)

Power Supply
External Adaptor: 12VDC@ 1.25Amp. Power Consumption: 5W (Typical)

Environmental
Operating Temperature: -10C to 50C (140 to 122F) Operating Humidity: 5-95% RH, Non-Condensing Storage Temperature: -40C to 85C (-40F to 185F) Storage Humidity: 0-95% RH, Non-Condensing

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E: System Commands
MEANING To program the WAN IP Address To program the Subnet Mask of WAN Port To program the connection type of WAN Port To default ATA To display the IP Address of WAN port on SLT To display the Subnet mask of WAN Port on SLT To display the Gateway Address on SLT To display the DNS Address on SLT To display the connection type of SLT Set Call Forward-Unconditional Cancel Call Forward-Unconditional Set Call Forward-When Busy Cancel Call Forward-When Busy Set Call Forward-When No Reply Cancel Call Forward-When No Reply Set Call Forward Ring Timer Set DND Cancel DND Send Caller ID Block Caller ID Enable Call Waiting Disable Call Waiting Cancel all features COMMAND 11-WAN IP Address-#* 13-WAN Subnet Mask-#* 15-Code-#* 21-Reverse User Password#* 31-#* 33-#* 35-#* 36-#* 37-#* 51-SIP Account-Destination Number-#* 52-SIP Account-#* 53-SIP Account-Destination Number-#* 54-SIP Account-#* 55-SIP Account-Destination Number-#* 56-SIP Account-#* 57-SIP Account-Timer 61-SIP Account-#* 62-SIP Account-#* 66-FXS-#* 67-FXS-#* 72-FXS-#* 73-FXS-#* 99-#*

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F: Warranty Statement
Matrix Telecom Pvt. Ltd. (Matrix) warrants to its consumer purchaser any of its products to be free of defects in material, workmanship and performance for a period of 15 months from date of manufacturing or 12 months from the date of installation which ever is earlier. During this warranty period, Matrix will at its option, repair or replace the product at no additional charge if the product is found to have manufacturing defect. Any replacement product or part/s may be furnished on an exchange basis, which shall be new or like-new, provided that it has functionality at least equal to that of the product, being replaced. All replacement parts and products will be the property of Matrix. Parts repaired or replaced will be under warranty throughout the remainder of the original warranty period only. This limited warranty does not apply to: 1. Products that have been subjected to abuse, accident, natural disaster, misuse, modification, tampering, faulty installation, lack of reasonable care, repair or service in any way that is not contemplated in the documentation for the product, or if the model or serial number has been altered, tampered with, defaced or removed. 2. Products which have been damaged by lightning storms, water or power surges or which have been neglected, altered, used for a purpose other than the one for which they were manufactured, repaired by customer or any party without Matrix's written authorization or used in any manner inconsistent with Matrix's instructions. 3. Products received improperly packed or physically damaged. 4. Products damaged due to operation of product outside the products' specifications or use without designated protections. Warranty valid only if: Primary protection on all the ports provided. Mains supply is within limit and protected. Environment conditions are maintained as per the product specifications. Warranty Card: When the product is installed, please return the warranty card with: Date, signature and stamp of the customer. Date, signature and stamp of the channel partner. Matrix assumes that the customer agrees with the warranty terms even when the warranty card is not signed and returned as suggested. The Purchaser shall have to bear shipping charges for sending product to Matrix for testing/rectification. The product shall be shipped to the Purchaser at no-charge if the material is found to be under warranty. The Purchaser shall have to either insure the product or assume liability for loss or damage during transit. Matrix reserves the right to waive off or make any changes in its warranty policy without giving any notice. If Matrix is unable to repair or replace, as applicable, a defective product which is covered by Matrix warranty, Matrix shall, within a reasonable time after being notified of the defect, refund the purchase price of the product provided the consumer/purchaser returns the product to Matrix. In no event will Matrix be liable for any damages including lost profits, lost business, lost savings, downtime or delay, labor, repair or material cost, injury to person, property or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of use of or inability to use such product, even if Matrix has been advised of the possibility of such damages or losses or for any claim by any other party.

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Except for the obligations specifically set forth in this Warranty Policy Statement, in no event shall Matrix be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages whether based on contract or any other legal theory and where advised of the possibility of such damages. Neither Matrix nor any of its distributors, dealers or sub-dealers makes any other warranty of any kind, whether expressed or implied, with respect to Matrix products. Matrix and its distributors, dealers or sub-dealers specifically disclaim the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. This warranty is not transferable and applies only to the original consumer purchaser of the Product. Warranty shall be void if the warranty card is not completed and registered with Matrix within 30 days of installation. All legal course of action subjected to Vadodara (Gujarat, India) Jurisdiction only.

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H: Open Source Licensing Terms and Conditions


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Index
A
Accessing Web Jeeves 13 Admin 8 Admin Password 16, 67 Answer Signaling on FXS Port 61 Authentication 56 Auto Configuration 73

M
MAC Address Setting 52 Making Calls 36 by dialing a number 36 Peer to Peer Calls 37 using Dial Plan 36 using Phone Book (Speed Dial) 36 Managing Calls 3-Party Conference 41 Call Hold 39 Call Toggle 40 Call Waiting 41 Making Second Call 39 Mounting the ATA2S on wall 20

B
Business Application 18, 24

C
Call Features 42 Call Forward 43 Caller ID 44 DND (Do not Disturb) 45 Peer-to-Peer Calls 47 Phone Book 46 Call Transfer Attended 40 Blind 39 Call Waiting 63 Callee/Called party 8 Caller ID 61 Caller/Calling party 8 Calling Party Number Presentation 61

N
NAT Keep Alive 52 Enable 52 Interval 52 Message Type 53 Network and System Engineers 7 Number Dialing Timer 63 First Digit Wait Timer 63 Inter Digit Wait Timer 63

O
Open Source Licensing Terms and Condition 90 Outbound Proxy 56 Outgoing Calls 63

D
Dial Plan 69 Dimension 86 Disconnect Signaling on FXS port 62 DNS 51 DTMF Option 56

P
Peer to Peer 63 Peer-to-Peer Call Application 18 Peer-to-Peer Table 68 Power Adaptor 20 Power Socket 12 Power Supply 86 Product Specifications 85 Provisioning, Administration and Maintenance 86

E
Echo Cancellation 62 End Users 7 Environmental 86

F
Features at a Glance 84 Flash Timer 62 Forward Error Correction 62 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 81 FXS Ports 12, 58

Q
QoS (Layer 3) 57 RTP QoS 57 SIP QoS 57

R
Receiving Calls 37 Registrar Settings 55 Reinstate the Default Settings 79 Residential Application 17, 20

I
Incoming Call-Routing 57 Installation Precautions 19

L
LAN administrator 8 LED Indication 86 LEDs 12 Listening Port 53 RTP Listening Port 53 SIP Listening Port 53

S
Safety Instructions 19 Security 86 SIP Accounts 53 SIP Timers 52 General Request Timer 52 SIP INVITE Timer 52 SIP Provisional Timer 52

Software Upgrade 77 SOHO Application 17, 22 Status of Setu ATA2S 32 STUN 56 Supplementary Services 71 Symmetric RTP 64 System Commands 87 System Parameters 70

Transferor 8

U
User 8 User Password 16, 66

V
Vocoders Preference 56 Voice Activity Detection 63 Voice Codec's 85 Voice Functionalities 85 Voice Volume Control 60 VoIP and Networking Protocol 85

T
Table 2 65 Table1 64 Telephony features 85 Time Settings 72, 86 Tones and Rings 60 Transfer Target 8 Transferee 8

W
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