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Setting-Up SPA3000 as PSTN Gateway of SPA9000

Document ID: 108809

Updated: Dec 12, 2008

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Introduction
How do setup SPA3000 as PSTN Gateway of SPA9000?
Related Information

Introduction


This article is one in a series to assist in the setup, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Cisco Small Business products.

Q. How do setup SPA3000 as PSTN Gateway of SPA9000?

A.

In this article, call from POTS should go automatically to Auto Attendant and to dial out to POTS from any phone registered to the SPA9000. Just dial the User-ID on the SPA3000's PSTN Line (103).

Note: This article assumes that you have this setup: Internet ------SPA9000 (with analog phone on FXS 1-------SWITCH-------SPA IP phone and SPA3000 (PSTN Line connected to FXO port).

Configuring SPA9000

Step 1:
Access the SPA9000 web-based setup page. For Instructions, click here.

Step 2:
Click Admin Login then Advanced.

Step 3:
Click Voice then Line 1.

Step 4:
Under Proxy and Registration look for Proxy and enter your proxy settings from your VOIP provider.

Step 5:
Under Subscriber Information look for User ID and Password and enter your user ID and password from your VOIP provider.

Step 6:

Click .

Step 7:
Click Line 2.

Step 8:
Under Subscriber Information look for User ID and enter your user ID.

Step 9:
Click .

Configuring SPA3000

Step 1:
Access the SPA3000 web-based setup page. For Instructions, click here.

Step 2:
Click Admin Login then Advanced.

Step 3:
Click PSTN Line.

Step 4:
Under Proxy and Registration look for Proxy and manually enter your proxy server.

Step 5:
Under Subscriber Information look for User ID and manually enter your user ID.

Step 6:
Under FXO Timer Values (sec) look for PSTN Ring Thru CWT Delay and PSTN Answer Delay set it to zero.

Step 7:
Under PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Setup look for PSTN Ring Through Line 1 and select no then look for PSTN Caller Default DP and select 2.

Step 8:
Under Dial Plans set on Dial Plan 2 as (S0<:103>).

Step 9:

Click .

 

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Updated: Dec 12, 2008
Document ID: 108809