Join Senior VoIP Engineer Marc Spehalski as he uses the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway to make an analog phone ring with the RenegadePBX. http://www.voipsupply.com/audiocodes-mp-112-fxs
Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Today, we are going to take a look at the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway and we are going to be doing a basic configuration using an analog phone, and communicating with the RenegadePBX.
First, lets take a look at what’s in the back. We have our power port, Ethernet port, two FXS ports for analog devices, and a reset button, for setting to factory defaults.
Next, we will plug in the MP112 FSX Gateway to the power on our network so we can get started. Also, plug in the analog device you’re going to use. I’m using this analog telephone.
Our objective, the AudioCodes MP112 FXS gateway, is to simply plug in an analog phone, into one of the FXS ports and have it communicate with our RenegadePBX. To start, we will log in with default credentials, which are admin for username, and admin for password, both using a capital A. I’ve already changed the IP address to one that will work on my network. By default, it will be 10 dot 1 dot 10 dot 10. This can be changed, by going to “VoIP”, “Network”, “IP Interfaces Table”, and entering it under “IP Address.”
For the next step, go to “Coders and Profiles”, “Coders”. For this example, we use G 711 A, Packetization Time 20, Rate 64, click “Submit.” Next, go to “SIP Definitions”, click “Proxy and Registration.” You want to click “Yes” for “Use Default Proxy”, click the arrow for “Proxy Set Table.” Enter in your PBX information. We’ll be using UDP for this example. Click “Submit.” Make sure “Always Use Proxy” is enabled, as well as, “Enable Registration.” We’ll enter some information for our PBX. Make sure “Subscription Mode” is “Per Endpoint” and “Registration Mode” is also by “Per Endpoint.” Click “Submit.”
Now, click on “Gateway” in “IP to IP”, click on “Hunt Group”, and “Endpoint Phone number.” We’ll use channel 1 and extension 2003, which is already programed in our RenegadePBX. Click “Submit.”
Next, go to “Analog Gateway”, and “Authentication.” We will use FXS port one, extension 2003, and I’ll enter the predefined password.
Last, we’ll click “Routing”, “Telephone to IP Routing”, enter the IP address if your PBX. Our RenegadePBX, is ten dot ten dot ten dot seven three. Use port fifty sixty for SIP, set “Transport Type” to “UDP.” Click “Submit.”
If your AudioCodes Gateway has not yet registered the PBX, you can click on “Endpoint Phone Number”, and click the button that says, “Register.” You can then check the status by clicking on “Status and Diagnostics”, “Registration Status.” We can see that FXS Port one is now registered to the PBX.
To make sure everything is working, we’ll place a test call from our IP phone, to our analog, and then from our analog to our IP phone. So first, IP to analog. I’ll dial 2003. Now for the analog I’ll dial 2002. It looks like they both work. Finally our last step to make sure everything is saved. Click on the “Burn” button in the Gateway.
So we’ve set up our AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway to use an analog phone, with the RenegadePBX. For any other questions regarding the MP112, you can call us at 800-398-VoIP, or go to VoIP Supply dot com. Once again, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Thanks for watching.