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*** '''Subscriber Information'''
 
*** '''Subscriber Information'''
 
****For ''Display Name'' I put 'Landline'.
 
****For ''Display Name'' I put 'Landline'.
****For user id I put the extension i created for this line.
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****For ''user id'' I put the extension I created for this line.
****For password I put the password for the extension
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****For ''password'' I put the password for the extension
 
****For 'Use Auth Id' I chose no.
 
****For 'Use Auth Id' I chose no.
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***Dial Plans***
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****Under '''Dial Plan 2''' add this ''''(<S0:600>)'''
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***PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Setup
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****PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Enable: '''Yes'''
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****PSTN Ring Thru Line 1: '''No'''
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****PSTN CID For VoIP CID: '''Yes'''
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****PSTN Caller Default DP: '''2'''
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*****This is the dial plan we changed earlier.
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*****You may need to change some of the other items such as FXO timing, but thats beyond this article for now.

Revision as of 07:11, 10 June 2008

Linksys SPA-3102

Specifications

The Linksys SPA3102 features the ability to connect standard telephones and fax machines to IP-based data networks with the additional benefit of an integrated connection for legacy telephone network "hop-on, hop-off" applications.

  • IP Telephony features
    • VoIP Protocols SIP v2
    • Voice Codecs G.711, G.723.1, G.729a, G.726
    • Telephony Interfaces 1 phone (FXS), 1 line (FXO)
    • IP Telephony Features Echo cancellation (G.168)

Setting up with linuxMCE

Configuring the Device

  • Step 1 - Initial setup.
    • Connect the SPA-3102 to your internal network (the one connected to the lmce subnet)
    • Proceed with initial configuration via the administration page. Once you set passwords and locale settings, you can move to the next step
    • Note, you can leave the dhcp and network settings as is. We will not be using the routing functions of this device. You will need to make a note on the address assigned to the device.
  • Step 2 - SIP connection settings.
    • Click the PSTN Line settings.
    • Choose 'Admin' and 'Advanced' option in the top left right corner to see all available options.
      • Do not change anything other than what you need. There are a lot of options!
      • Line Option Set to enable.
      • Sip Settings
        • Make sure the port is set to 5061
      • Proxy and registration
        • Proxy: the ip address of your core.
        • Register: Yes.
        • Make calls without registration: - Not tested but set to yes.
        • Answer calls without registration: Not tested but set to yes.
      • Subscriber Information
        • For Display Name I put 'Landline'.
        • For user id I put the extension I created for this line.
        • For password I put the password for the extension
        • For 'Use Auth Id' I chose no.
      • Dial Plans***
        • Under Dial Plan 2 add this '(<S0:600>)
      • PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Setup
        • PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Enable: Yes
        • PSTN Ring Thru Line 1: No
        • PSTN CID For VoIP CID: Yes
        • PSTN Caller Default DP: 2
          • This is the dial plan we changed earlier.
          • You may need to change some of the other items such as FXO timing, but thats beyond this article for now.