Cisco ATA 186 and Cisco ATA 188 Analog Telephone Adaptor Administrator's Guide (H.323)(2.15)
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

Numerics

802.1Q VLAN ID 5-35

A

Account Information Parameters 5-10

Action Identifiers 6-4

administration-level security 5-14

admission-level security 4-5

advanced audio configuration 4-8

AlertTone 5-46

alert tone 5-46

alphanumeric values in voice configuration menu 3-17

alternate H.323 Gatekeeper configuration 4-4

alternate H.323 gatekeeper static configuration 5-16

alternate NTP IP address 5-30

AltGk parameter 5-16

AltNTPIP parameter 5-30

ata.txt file 3-9

ata configuration file 3-12

atadefault.cfg configuration file 3-3, 3-12

atadefault.cfg file 3-11

ata file 3-3

atapname.exe Tool 3-10

audio codecs

setting 4-7

AudioMode parameter 5-20, 7-2, 7-6

audio packet settings 4-8

authentication

configuration 4-5

methods 4-5

parameters 4-5

authentication ID 5-13

authentication method 4-5, 5-14

B

Bellcore method for called ID 5-26

billable features 4-8

bootload

process 3-2

boot load default process 3-2

BusyTone 5-44

busy tone 5-44

C

CallCmd parameter 5-46

Call Command behavior 6-7

call commands 5-46

changing A-1

caller ID A-2

caller ID configuration 5-25

caller ID format 5-26

CallerIdMethod parameter 5-26

call features 5-24

CallFeatures parameter 5-24

calling line identification presentation (CLIP) A-3

calling line identification restriction

definition A-4

in Sweden A-4

in United States A-4

Call-Progress tone parameters 5-41, 5-42

call waiting 4-9

in Sweden A-3

in United States A-3

permanent default setting 4-9

call-waiting caller ID A-2

call waiting caller ID configuration 5-24, 5-26

call waiting configuration 5-24, 5-25

call waiting period 5-32

call-waiting setting 5-29

call-waiting tone 5-45

CallWaitTone 5-45

CDP discovery 5-34

cfgfmt.exe tool 3-9, 3-11

CfgInterval parameter 5-6

Cisco ATA default values 5-2

Cisco ATA-specific configuration file 3-3

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 3-2

CLIP 5-24, 5-25

CLIR 5-24, 5-25

codec

receiving audio 5-21

transmitting audio 5-22

codec negotiation in sending fax 5-29

conference call

in Sweden A-3

in United States A-2

configurable parameters 4-12

configurable services 4-12

configuration

alternate H.323 Gatekeeper 4-4

atadefault.cfg file 3-11

cfgfmt.exe tool 3-9, 3-11

methods

using TFTP and DHCP servers 3-7, 3-8

Web-based 3-18, 3-19

Wed-based 3-20

parameters 4-12

AltGk 5-16

AltNTPIP 5-30

AudioMode 5-20, 7-2, 7-6

CallCmd 5-46

CallerIdMethod 5-26

CallFeatures 5-24

CfgInterval 5-6

ConnectMode 5-28, 7-3

DHCP 5-7

DialPlan 5-37

DNS1IP 5-31

DNS2IP 5-31

EncryptKey 3-11, 5-6, 9-5

GkOrProxy 4-2, 5-15

IPDialPlan 5-36

LBRCodec 5-19

LoginID0 5-13

LoginID1 5-14

MediaPort 5-19

network timing 4-11

NPrintF 5-35

NTPIP 5-30

NumTxFrames 5-23

OpFlags 5-33

Polarity 5-27

PWD0 5-10

PWD1 5-12

required 4-1

RingOnOffTime 5-36

RxCodec 5-21

SigTimer 5-32

StaticIp 5-8

StaticNetMask 5-9

StaticRoute 5-8

TftpURL 5-5

TimeZone 5-29

ToConfig 5-4, 5-5

TxCodec 5-22

UDPTOS 5-31

UID0 5-10

UID1 5-11

UIPassword 5-3, 9-5

UseLoginID 5-13

UseSIP 5-18

VLAN Setting 5-34

configuration-complete parameter 5-4

configuration file atadefault.cfg 3-12

configuration file encryption 3-11

configuration file mac<address> 3-12

configuration filename supplied by DHCP server 5-33

configuration settings for DHCP server 3-13

configuration steps in a non-TFTP Server environment 3-6

configuration steps in a TFTP Server environment 3-5

configuration text file example 5-2

configuration update interval 5-6

congestion tone 5-44

ConnectMode parameter 5-28, 7-3

Context-Identifiers 6-3, 6-4

D

debugging 9-4

debugging, preserv.exe program 9-4

default boot load process 3-2

default values 5-2

DHCP enabled 5-7

DHCP option 150 5-34

DHCP options 3-14

DHCP parameter 5-7

DHCP server configuration settings 3-13

diagnostics for debugging 4-10

dialed digits 5-37

dial plan 5-37

Dial Plan Commands 5-38

DialPlan parameter 4-12, 5-37

dial plans 4-12

dial string pattern 5-37

DialTone 5-43

dial tone 5-43

disabling access to Web interface 3-21

disabling CDP discovery 3-3

disabling VLAN encapsulation 3-3

disabling VLAN IP encapsulation 3-3

DNS1IP parameter 5-31

DNS2IP parameter 5-31

domain name server 5-31

downloading Cisco ATA software 3-7

DTMF method for caller ID 5-26

DTMF transmission method 4-11, 5-21

dual-mode registration 4-3

dynamic alternate Gatekeeper feature 4-4

dynamic payload type 5-28

E

E.164 phone numbers 4-5, 5-10, 5-11

electrical specifications C-2

encryption 5-6

encryption key 5-6

encryption of configuration file 3-11

EncryptKey 3-11

EncryptKey parameter 5-6, 9-5

environmental specifications C-2

Ethernet ports 1-6

example configuration text file 5-2

F

factory defaults 3-18

failback timeout 5-16

fast-start procedure 5-28

fax CED tone detection disabling 5-21

fax mode 7-1, 7-6

configuration

per-call basis 7-7

fax mode configuration 7-6, 7-7

Fax mode on a per-call basis 5-25

fax pass-through 5-29

fax pass-through codec 5-29

fax pass-through mode 7-1

fax pass-through mode, enabling 7-4, 7-5

fax Pass-through mode configuration 7-2

fax pass-through NSE payload type 5-28

fax pass-through redundancy 5-28

fax relay, disabling 7-5

fax services 7-1

fax services, debugging 7-7, 7-9

forgotten password 3-18, 5-3

frames per packet to transmit 5-23

frequently asked questions 9-5

Function button 1-6, 8-1, 9-1

function button 1-6, 3-3

FXS ports 1-5

G

G.729 resource 4-7

gatekeeper parameters 5-15

gatekeeper registration 5-28

GkOrProxy parameter 4-2, 5-15

H

H.225 RAS messages 4-4

H.245 transmission method 4-12

H.323

components 1-3

gatekeepers 1-4

gateways 1-3

hardware 1-5

MCUs 1-4

overview 1-2

parameters 5-18

proxy server 1-4

standard 1-2

terminals 1-3

H.323 connection method 4-12

H.323 Gatekeeper

using Cisco ATA without 4-6

using multiple Cisco ATAs without 4-6

H.323 gatekeeper configuration 4-3

H.323 Gatekeeper registration mode 4-3

H.323 gateway 4-6

H.323 gateway parameter 5-12

H.323 mode setting 5-18

h245 tunneling 5-28

hardware information display 4-10

hook flash time

maximum 5-33

minimum 5-33

hook flash timing 4-9

hookflash transmission method 4-11, 5-21

hotline/warmline 5-40

HTTP refresh 3-21, 5-34

HTTP reset 3-21, 5-34

I

immunity specifications C-2

include command 3-9

installation

procedure 2-2

inter-digit timer 5-37

IP address of TFTP server 5-5

IP connectivity 3-15

IP dial plan 5-36

IPDialPlan parameter 5-36

IP precedence 5-31

L

LBRCodec parameter 5-19

line polarity 5-27

LoginID0 parameter 5-13

LoginID1 parameter 5-14

login ID for Phone 1 port 5-13

login ID for Phone 2 port 5-14

low-bit-rate codec 4-7, 5-19, 5-21

M

MAC address 3-10

MAC address conversion tool 3-10

MAC address location on Cisco ATA 3-9

MAC address non-dotted hexadecimal version 3-9

maximum number of digits in phone number 5-26

MediaPort 5-19

MediaPort parameter 5-19

mixing of audio and call waiting tone during a call 5-29

mixing of call waiting tone and audio 4-9

N

network connectivity 3-15

network connectivity parameters 3-15

network parameters 5-7

network ringback tone 4-9

network timing 4-11

parameters 4-11

NPrintF parameter 5-35

NSE payload base number 5-28

NTP IP address 5-30

NTPIP parameter 5-30

NumTxFrames parameter 5-23

O

obtaining the correct Cisco ATA software 3-7

offset from Greenwich Mean Time 4-11

offset from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) 5-29

on-hook delay 4-10

operate in a Cisco CallManager environment 5-28

operating parameters 5-18

OpFlags parameter 5-33

optional feature parameters 5-35

P

PaidFeatures 5-25

paid features 5-25

parameters

required 4-1

parameters and defaults xii, 5-1

parameters for configuration method 5-4

parameters for network connectivity 3-15

parameter types 5-1

password forgotten 5-3

password for Phone 1 port 5-10

password for Phone 2 port 5-12

password recovery 3-18

physical interfaces C-3

physical specifications C-1

PLAR 5-40

Polarity 5-27

polarity 4-11, 5-27

Polarity parameter 5-27

polarity reversal before and after Caller ID signal 5-26

polarity reversal before and after caller ID signal 5-26

port for debug messages

configuration 5-35

powering down 2-5

primary H.323 gatekeeper ID 5-17

primary H.323 gatekeeper parameter 5-15

Private Line Automatic Ringdown (PLAR) 5-40

programmable dial plan 5-37

progress Indicator 5-28

progress tones 4-11

prserv 7-9

PWD0 parameter 5-10

PWD1 parameter 5-12

R

RADIUS server 4-5

receiving-audio codec 5-21

refreshing the Cisco ATA 3-20

refresh interval 4-9

refresh-interval configuration 4-9

registration 5-17

registration level-security 4-5

registration-level security 5-14

registration mode with an H.323 Gatekeeper 4-3

reorder delay 5-32

Reorder Tone 5-44

reorder tone 5-44

request device hostname from the DHCP server

configuration 5-34

required parameters 4-1

reset Cisco ATA configuration 5-3

resetting the Cisco ATA 3-20

resetting the Cisco ATA to factory defaults 3-18

reverse audio cut-through behavior 4-10

Ringback Tone 5-45

ring-back tone 5-45

ringer cadence pattern 5-36

ring frequency 5-36

ringing characteristics C-3

ring loads 9-5

ring loads and distances 9-5

RingOnOffTime 5-36

RingOnOffTime parameter 5-36

ring timeout 5-32

RJ-45 LED

Cisco ATA 186 1-6

Cisco ATA 188 1-6

rtpcatch 7-12, 7-13, 7-15, 7-16, 7-18, 7-20

RTP frames 7-12

RTP media port 5-19

RTP packets 7-12

RTP payload type 5-28

RTP statistics 7-12

RxCodec parameter 5-21

S

safety recommendations 2-1

scaling factor calculation 5-42

sending ringback tone to the caller 5-29

send special character O 5-26

send special character P 5-26

services

basic 1-8

setting audio codecs 4-7

setting the low-bit-rate codec 4-7

setting up user IDs 4-3

signaling image upgrade 3-21

SigTimer parameter 5-32

silence suppression 4-7, 5-21

single-mode registration 4-3

slow-start procedure 5-28

software specifications (all protocols) C-3

standard payload type 5-28

statically assigning Cisco ATA IP address 5-8

statically assigning Cisco ATA route 5-8

statically assigning Cisco ATA subnet mask 5-9

StaticIP parameter 5-8

StaticNetMask parameter 5-9

static network router probing 5-33

StaticRoute parameter 5-8

subscribed features 5-24

supplementary services 1-9, 4-10

cancelling A-1

common A-1

T

termination character 5-37

TFTP server usage enabled 5-5

TftpURL parameter 5-5

three-way calling configuration 5-24, 5-25

timeout values 5-32

time-stamping incoming calls 5-29

time-to-live value 4-4

time to live value for H.323 Gatekeeper registration 5-17

timezone offset from Greenwich Mean Time 5-29

TimeZone parameter 5-29

ToConfig parameter 5-4

tone parameter syntax 5-41

transmitting-audio codec 5-22

troubleshooting

general tips 9-1

installation 9-3

upgrade issues 9-3

two-way cut-through of voice path 5-28

TxCodec parameter 5-22

U

UDP 5-31

UDPTOS parameter 5-31

UID0 parameter 5-10

UID1 parameter 5-11

UIPassword parameter 5-3, 9-5

UIPassword promt configuration setting 5-34

upgrading firmware from TFTP server 8-1

upgrading software

using executable file 8-2

upgrading software from TFTP server 8-1

upgrading the signaling image 3-21

URL of TFTP server 5-5

UseLoginID 5-13

UseLoginID parameter 5-13

user configurable timeout 4-11

User ID for Phone 1 port 5-10

User ID for Phone 2 port 5-11

user IDs 4-3

User Interface (UI) Parameters 5-3

user-specified 802.1Q VLAN ID 3-3

user-specified voice VLAN ID 3-3

uses device hostname specified in DHCP option 12

configuration 5-34

UseSIP parameter 5-18

UseTFTP parameter 5-5

V

VLAN CoS bit value 3-3

TCP 5-34

UDP 5-34

VLAN CoS bit value (802.1P priority) for UDP packets 3-3

VLAN CoS bit value for TCP packets 3-3

VLAN ID 3-2, 3-3, 5-34

VLAN ID example 3-4

VLAN IP encapsulation 5-34

VLAN Setting parameter 5-34

voice codecs 1-7

voice configuration menu 3-15, 3-16

entering alphanumeric values 3-17

Voice Menu Codes

configuration parameters B-2

information options B-1

software upgrade B-4

W

warnings

circuit breaker (15A) 2-4

installation 2-1

lightning activity 2-2

main disconnecting device 2-2

No. 26 AWG 2-4

product disposal 2-1

web configuration disabling 5-34

web interface access control 3-20

Web interface access-control configuration 3-20