Software Configuration Guide (Version 1.1)
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Table Of Contents

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

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A

analog phones, support for 1-8

assigning

default router 2-8

DNS server 2-9

domain name 2-9

feature codes 3-4

host name 2-7

IP address 2-7

subnet mask 2-8

syslog server 6-23

TFTP server 3-2

audience, for this document xi

authentication traps, enabling 2-15

auto registration

MAC address conversion 4-2

of VG248 to Cisco CallManager 4-2

B

basic, call control mode 1-5

basic configuration, for SMDI 5-5

Blind transfer, default feature code for 1-7

C

call control modes

accessing features in 1-6

basic 1-5

choosing 3-4

feature 1-5

general tips 1-4

standard 1-5

understanding 1-4

caller ID

enabling 3-11

understanding 1-7

Call Voice Mail, default feature code for 1-6

Call Waiting, default feature code for 1-7

CDP

enabling 2-10

support for 1-12

chained configuration, for SMDI 5-6

Cisco CallManager

adding MWI port 5-14

adding VG248

auto-registration 4-2

manually 4-3

configuring 4-3

configuring voice mail ports 5-16

errors, resolving 6-11

Cisco EnvMon MIB, support for 1-13

Cisco Memory Pool MIB, support for 1-13

Cisco Process MIB, support for 1-12

community strings

purpose 2-12

setting 2-12

Conference, default feature code for 1-7

configuration, displaying current 6-21

configuring

disconnect notification 5-28

enable password 2-12

keep alive number 5-27

login password 2-11

message desk number 5-24

number of SMDI ports 5-21

pilot directory number 5-20

SMDI 5-19

SMDI number length 5-22

SNMP settings 2-12

telephony features 3-1

console, using 2-2

contact name, configuring 2-13

country code, identifying 3-6

D

data and voice protocols, supported 1-10

default router, assigning 2-8

DHCP

enabling 2-5

resetting IP address 2-6

support for 1-10

Disable Forward All, default feature code for 1-6

disconnect notification, configuring 5-28

disconnect supervision, enabling 3-12

displaying

current configuration 6-21

network statistics 6-17

port status 6-17

system status 6-16

DNS server

assigning 2-9

purpose 2-9

documentation, organization xii

domain name, assigning 2-9

E

enable password

configuring 2-12

purpose 2-12

enabling

authentication traps 2-15

caller ID 3-11

CDP 2-10

DHCP 2-5

error messages, resolving 6-25

errors

resolving 6-11

resolving in SMDI 5-32

F

fax machines, support for 1-9

feature, call control mode 1-5

feature code

assigning 3-4

Blind transfer 1-7

Call Voice Mail 1-6

Call Waiting 1-7

Conference 1-7

Disable Forward All 1-6

Forward All 1-6

Hold 1-7

Last Number Redial 1-6

Pickup 1-6

SpeedDial 1-6

first voice mail port number 5-21

first voice mail port number, configuring 5-21

Forward All, default feature code for 1-6

FTP, support for 1-10

H

Hold, default feature code for 1-7

hook flash timer, changing 3-7

host name

assigning 2-7

purpose 2-7

HTTP, support for 1-10

I

IGMP protocol, support for 1-10

input gain, setting 3-14

IP address

assigning 2-7

purpose 2-7

resetting 2-6

IP protocol, support for 1-10

K

keep alive number, configuring 5-27

L

Last Number Redial, default feature code for 1-6

location, configuring 2-14

logging in

using console port 2-2

using Telnet 2-2

logging levels, setting 6-24

login password

configuring 2-11

purpose 2-11

M

MAC address

converted format 4-2

used during auto registration 4-2

main menu

navigating 2-3

message desk number, configuring 5-24

MIBs, supported types 1-11

modems, support for 1-9

monitoring, remotely 6-22

multiplexing configuration, for SMDI 5-8

MWI port, adding to Cisco CallManager 5-14

MWI types

choosing 3-11

description 1-4

N

navigating, main menu 2-3

network statistics

displaying 6-17

purpose 6-17

O

output gain, setting 3-13

P

passwords

configuring 2-11

enable 2-12

login 2-11

Pickup, default feature code for 1-6

pilot directory number

configuring 2-12

purpose 2-12

pilot directory number, configuring 5-20

PLAR phones, support for 1-9

port

enabling on VG248 3-9

port enable policy, setting 3-7

ports

setting logging on 6-24

port status, displaying 6-17

protocols

IGMP 1-10

IP 1-10

R

read-only community string, setting 2-12

read-write community string, setting 2-12

restarting, VG248 2-4

RFC 1213, support for 1-11

RMON, support for 1-12

RTP, support for 1-10

S

Skinny client control protocol, support for 1-10

SMDI

Async 1 port, description 5-12

Async 2 port, description 5-12

choosing a configuration 5-4

configuring

disconnect notification 5-28

first voice mail port number 5-21

keep alive number 5-27

message desk number 5-24

number of SMDI ports 5-21

pilot directory number 5-20

SMDI number length 5-22

configuring on the VG248 5-19

connecting links to VG248 5-12

link status 5-29

port status and statistics 5-29

resolving errors 5-32

suspending port activity 5-31

validating configuration 5-30

SMDI configuration

basic 5-5

chained 5-6

multiplexing 5-8

SNMP

support for 1-11

SNMP settings

community strings 2-12

configuring 2-12

configuring contact name 2-13

configuring location 2-14

configuring trap receiver stations 2-15

configuring trap settings 2-14

enabling authentication traps 2-15

speakerphones, support for 1-9

SpeedDial, default feature code for 1-6

standard, call control mode 1-5

status

of SMDI link 5-29

SMDI ports 5-29

subnet mask

assigning 2-8

supported devices

analog phones 1-8

fax machines 1-9

modems 1-9

PLAR phones 1-9

speakerphones 1-9

supported telephony features 1-3

syslog server, assigning 6-23

system status

displaying 6-16

purpose 6-16

T

telephony features

accessing in control modes 1-6

configuring 3-1

supported 1-3

Telnet, using 2-2

TFTP protocol, support for 1-10

TFTP server

assigning 3-2

purpose 3-2

trap receiver stations, configuring 2-15

traps

supported types 1-11

trap settings, configuring 2-14

troubleshooting

SMDI errors 5-32

types, of MWI 1-4

U

understanding

call control modes 1-4

caller ID 1-7

user interactions, with telephony features 1-6

V

validating, SMDI configuration 5-30

VG248

adding to Cisco CallManager 4-2, 4-3

configuring ports in Cisco CallManager 4-3

enabling ports on 3-9

restarting 2-4

voice mail ports, configuring in Cisco CallManager 5-16