Cisco ATA 186 and Cisco ATA 188 Analog Telephone Adaptor Administrator's Guide (SCCP) (2.15.ms, Rev B0)
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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 - X -

Index

Numerics

802.1P Class of Service (Cos) Bit configuration 3-9

802.1Q VLAN ID 3-4

A

access voicemail A-1

activate call-forward-all A-2

adding a second FXS port 4-3

adding Cisco ATAs to Cisco CallManager using auto registration 4-4

adding Cisco ATAs to Cisco CallManager using BAT 4-3

alphanumeric characters 3-20

atadefault.cfg default configuration file 3-10

atapname.exe Tool 3-13

AudioMode parameter 5-12, 6-2, 6-6

B

basic IP Connectivity parameters 3-19

Bellcore Style 5-14

binary configuration file generation 3-13

binary file 3-10

boot load

process 3-2

BusyTone 5-24

C

CA0orCM0 parameter 3-15

Caller ID 5-14

Caller ID format 3-8

CallerIdMethod parameter 5-14

call pickup A-3

call-progress toes 5-21

Call-Progress tone parameters 5-21, 5-22

call waiting period 5-20

call-waiting tone 5-25

CallWaitTone 5-25

cancel call-forward-all A-2

CDP 3-9

CDP discovery 5-18

cfgfmt.exe tool 3-10, 3-13, 3-14

Cisco CallManager 3.0 support 3-9

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 3-2

codec negotiation in sending fax 5-14

codecs

LBRCodec 5-11

supported 1-5

configuration

alphabetical listing of features and related parameters 3-8

basic steps 3-6

call-progress tones 5-21

cfgfmt.exe tool 3-10, 3-13, 3-14

creating default file 3-10

creating unique file 3-12

encryption key 5-5

fax pass-through redundancy 5-13

fefatures and related parameters 3-8

G.729 5-14

in a non-TFTP setting 3-7

IP precedence 5-17

low-bit-rate codec 5-11

methods

using TFTP and DHCP servers 3-7

Web-based 3-21

Wed-based 3-23

mid-call services style 5-14

NSE payload type 5-14

obtaining file from TFTP server 3-15

overview 1-9

parameters

AudioMode 5-12, 6-2, 6-6

CallerIdMethod 5-14

ConnectMode 6-3

DHCP 5-6

DNS2IP 5-16

EncryptKey 3-14, 5-5, 8-6

MediaPort 5-27

NumTxFrames 5-17

OpFlags 5-17

SigTimer 5-19

StaticIp 5-7

StaticNetMask 5-8

StaticRoute 5-7

TftpURL 5-4

ToConfig 5-4

TraceFlags 5-27

UIPassword 5-3, 8-6

VLAN Setting 5-18

password 5-3

RTP media port 5-27

services and related parameters 3-8

silence suppression 5-13

text file template 5-2

TFTP URL 5-4

tones 5-21

using TFTP 3-6

configuration changes after boot up 3-11

configuration file template 5-2

configuration methods 3-1

configuration text file template 5-2

confirm tone 5-26

congestion tone 5-24

ConnectMode parameter 6-3

converting configuration file to binary 3-10

creating unique configuration file 3-12

D

datagram precedence 5-17

debugging 8-5

debugging, preserv.exe program 8-5

Default 3-2

default Cisco ATA filename 5-18

default configuration file 3-21

default configuration file creation 3-10

default parameters 3-10

Delay bit 5-17

DHCP 3-9

enabling use of

DHCP

disabling use of     1

DHCP discovery message 5-18

DHCP option 150 5-18

DHCP options 3-16, 3-17

DHCP parameter 5-6

DHCP server configuration settings 3-15

DHCP server control 3-15

DialTone 5-23

disabling CDP discovery 3-4

disabling VLAN encapsulation 3-4

disabling VLAN IP encapsulation 3-3

DNS 3-9

DNS2IP parameter 5-16

DNS search 5-16

Domain parameter 5-16

downloading Cisco ATA software from CCO 3-7

downloading software from CCO 3-8

duplexity 1-4

dynamic payload type 5-13

E

electrical specifications C-2

enabling and disabling ports 5-8

enabling user-specified voice VLAN ID 3-4

encryption 3-14, 5-5

encryption examples 3-14

encryption key 5-5

EncryptKey 3-14, 5-5

EncryptKey parameter 5-5, 8-6

environmental specifications C-2

establishing IP connectivity 3-18

Ethernet ports 1-4

F

fabricated MAC address 4-4

factory defaults rest 3-20

fax CED tone detection 5-13

fax mode 6-1, 6-6

fax mode configuration 6-6, 6-7

fax pass-through 5-14

G.711µ-law 5-14

G.711A-law 5-14

fax pass-through mode 6-1

fax pass-through mode, enabling 6-4, 6-5

fax Pass-through mode configuration 6-2

fax pass-through redundancy 5-13

fax relay, disabling 6-5

fax services 1-7, 6-1

fax services, debugging 6-7, 6-8

fax services mode selection 3-9

features and related parameters 3-8

forgotten password 5-3

frequently asked questions 8-6

Function button 8-1

function button 1-4, 3-3, 3-18, 7-1

FXS ports 1-4

G

G729 configuration 5-14

generating binary configuration file 3-13

group call pickup A-3

H

hexadecimal-to-decimal conversion 3-19

Hook-flash detection timing configuration 3-9

I

immunity specifications C-2

impedance 1-4

inside dial tone 5-23

installation

overview 1-9

procedure 2-3

IOS Telephony Solution (ITS) enabled 5-14

IP connectivity 3-1, 3-18

IP precedence configuration 5-17

ITS 3-9

L

low-bit-rate codec 1-6, 5-11, 5-13

low bit-rate codec selection (G.723.1, G.729) 3-8

M

MAC address 3-11, 3-13, 4-3, 4-4

converting to non-dotted hexadecimal 3-12

obtaining non-dotted hexadecimal 3-13

MAC addresses for both ports 5-8

MAC address fabrication 4-4

manually adding Cisco ATAs to Cisco CallManager 4-2

manually configuring the CA0orCM parameter 3-15

manually upgrading signaling image 7-4

maximum number of digits in phone number 5-15

maximum on-hook time 5-20

MediaPort parameter 5-27

MeetMe conference A-3

mid-call service format 3-9

mid-call services

ATA style A-6

Bellcore style A-4

VG248 style A-5

mid-call services style 5-14

minimum on-hook time 5-20

N

Named Signalling Event 3-9

network connectivity parameters 3-17

network requirements 2-2

network router probing 5-18

NSE 3-9

NSE payload type configuration 5-14

NumTxFrames parameter 5-17

O

obtaining non-dotted hexadecimal MAC address 3-13

Operating Parameters 5-6, 5-10

OpFlags parameter 5-17

outside dial tone 5-23

P

packet-precedence parameters 3-9

parameters and defaults x, 5-1

parameters for configuring basic IP connectivity 3-19

parameters not used for SCCP 3-10

parameter types 5-1

password

configuration 5-3

forgotten 5-3

password setting 3-19, 5-3

Phone Configuration screen 4-2, 4-3

phone number maximum digits 5-15

physical interfaces C-3

physical specifications C-1

polarity reversal before and after Caller ID signal 5-15

port enabling and disabling 5-8

port for debug messages

configuration 5-26

primary Cisco CallManager configuration 5-9

primary domain name server 5-15

prserv 6-8, 6-9

R

rc4 encryption algorithm 5-5

redial A-2

registration methods 4-1

Reliability bit 5-17

Reorder Tone 5-24

reorder tone 5-24

resetting the Cisco ATA 3-23

resetting the Cisco ATA to factory defaults 3-20

Ringback Tone 5-25

ring-cadence format 3-9

ringer cadence pattern 5-20

ringing characteristics C-3

RJ-45 LED

Cisco ATA 186 1-4

Cisco ATA 188 1-4

rtpcatch 6-12, 6-13, 6-15, 6-16, 6-17, 6-19

RTP frames 6-12

RTP media port configuration 3-8, 5-27

RTP packets 6-12

RTP packet size configuration 5-17

RTP payload type 5-13

RTP statistics 6-12

S

safety recommendations 2-2

scaling factor calculation 5-22

SCCP

architecture 1-3

overview 1-2

version 1-5

SCCP/MGCP protocol selection 3-9

SCCP mode enabled 5-10

secondary Cisco CallManager configuration 5-9

secondary domain name server 5-16

services

basic 1-6

mid-call 1-7, 1-8, A-1, A-4

pre-call 1-7, A-1

services and related parameters 3-8

setting a password 3-19, 5-3

signaling image upgrade 3-24, 7-2

SigTimer parameter 5-19

silence suppression 3-8, 5-13

sk_example.txt file 3-10

sk_example.txt text file 5-2

software

downloading from CCO 3-7, 3-8

software specifications (all protocols) C-3

specifying a preconfigured VLAN ID 3-3

specifying VLAN CoS bit value (802.1P priority) for UDP packets 3-4

specifying VLAN CoS bit value for TCP packets 3-4

speed dial A-2

standard payload type 5-13

statically configuring an IP address 5-7

statically configuring a route 5-7

statically configuring the Cisco ATA 3-19

Static IP 3-9

static IP configuration 5-7

StaticIP parameter 5-7

StaticNetMask parameter 5-8

static route configuration 5-7

StaticRoute parameter 5-7

static subnet mask configuration 5-8

T

terminal FXS lines 3-9

terminal-related Features 3-9

TFTP 3-9

TFTP Configuration 3-9

TFTP configuration 3-15

TFTP configuration file method 3-21

TFTP Encryption key 3-9

TFTP server

configuring to not use 5-4

configuring use of 5-4

TFTP server URL configuration 5-4

TftpURL parameter 3-16, 5-4

Throughput bit 5-17

timeouts 5-19

tone format 3-9

tones 5-21

syntax 5-21

TraceFlags parameter 5-27

trace logs 5-27

troubleshooting

general tips 8-1

U

UDP Type of Service (ToS) configuration 3-9

UIPassword parameter 3-14, 5-3, 8-6

unique configuration file 3-12

unused parameters 5-10

upgrading all Cisco ATAs at once 7-2

upgrading only one Cisco ATA 7-3

upgrading signaling image 7-2

upgrading software

using executable file 7-4

upgrading the signaling image 3-24

User Interface (UI) Parameters 5-3

user interface password 3-9

UseTFTP parameter 5-4

using atapname.exe tool for non-dotted hexadecimal value 3-12

V

VG248 Style 5-14

VLAN 3-9

CoS bit value (802.1 P priority) for TCP packets 5-18

CoS bit value (802.1 P priority) for UDP packets 5-18

ID 3-2, 5-18

IP encapsulation 3-2, 5-18

tags 3-2

VLAN ID 5-18

VLAN ID example 3-4

VLAN IP encapsulation 5-18

VLAN-related parameters 3-3

VLAN Setting parameter 5-18

VLANSetting parameter 5-18

voice configuration menu 3-18

basic IP connectivity 3-19

W

warnings

circuit breaker (15A) 2-5

installation 2-2

lightning activity 2-2

main disconnecting device 2-2

No. 26 AWG 2-5

product disposal 2-2

web-based configuration disallow 5-18

Web configuration 3-9

X

XML configuration file support 5-14