Welltech SIP PHONE LP101, SIP PHONE LP201 Manual

SIP-Phone

User Manual

Chapter 1 Overview of the SIP-Phone.................................................................................

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1.

Hardware Overview ..................................................................................................

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1.Front View and Keypad function.........................................................................

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2.Back View...........................................................................................................

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3.Specification of connector...................................................................................

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2. Software Features and Specification ......................................................................

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3.

Physical specification & Environment .....................................................................

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Chapter 2 Configuring the SIP-Phone through LCD Phone menus.................................

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1.

Initialize SIP-Phone ................................................................................................

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2.

LCD Menu Configuration ........................................................................................

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Chapter 3 Configuring the SIP-Phone through Web Pages ...............................................

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Step 1. Browse the IP Address predefined via Keypad...............................................

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Step 2. Input the login name and password................................................................

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Step 3. Enter the web interface main screen ..............................................................

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Step 4. Start to configure ............................................................................................

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1.

Network Interface ............................................................................................

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2.

SIP Information................................................................................................

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3.

System Configuration ......................................................................................

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4.

PPPoE Configure ............................................................................................

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Voice Setting....................................................................................................

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6.

Phone Book.....................................................................................................

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7.

DSCP Configure ..............................................................................................

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Password.........................................................................................................

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9.

Rom Configuration...........................................................................................

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10. Flash Clean ...................................................................................................

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11. Reboot System ..............................................................................................

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Chapter 4 Configuring the SIP-Phone through Telnet command lines...............................

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1.

[help] command ......................................................................................................

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2.

[quit] command .......................................................................................................

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3.

[debug] command ...................................................................................................

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4.

[reboot] command...................................................................................................

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5.

[flash] command .....................................................................................................

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6.

[commit] command .................................................................................................

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7.

[ifaddr] command ....................................................................................................

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[time] command ......................................................................................................

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[ping] command ......................................................................................................

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10. [pbook] command

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11. [pppoe] command .................................................................................................

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[sysconf] command...............................................................................................

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[sip] command ......................................................................................................

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[security] command...............................................................................................

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[voice] command...................................................................................................

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[tos] command ......................................................................................................

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[bureau] command................................................................................................

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[rom] command.....................................................................................................

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[passwd] command...............................................................................................

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Chapter 5 Upgrading Software on the SIP-Phone .............................................................

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1.From LCD Phone Menu...........................................................................................

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2. Web Management ..................................................................................................

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3. Remote Control: Telnet ...........................................................................................

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Revision History

Version

Date

Author

Software Version

Note

 

 

 

 

 

LP_SIP_100

2004/03

Sabrina

For test version

First released for software

 

 

 

only.

test version.

 

 

 

 

 

LP_SIP_100a

2004/04/07

Sabrina

lp101/201sip.100

For first formal released

 

 

 

 

software.

 

 

 

 

 

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Chapter 1 Overview of the SIP-Phone

SIP-Phone is a full-featured IP-based telephone set via Ethernet base communication. Over the office LAN connection, it provides IP-PBX solution such as station-to-station call, IP call and local PSTN/PBX Extension call via PSTN Gateway.

SIP-Phone provides two 10/100BaseT switch/hub RJ-45 ports allow connecting to office LAN and PC simultaneously. It is compatible with ADSL or Cable Modem provided by ITSP, ISP or Carrier Company to provide VoIP services to residential and SOHO application. SIP-Phone is also an integrated Analog Phone provides IP call or PSTN call selection. When external power is down, it can be a Plain Old Telephone set (POTs).

It provides internal high-quality speakerphone, programmable keys and feature buttons. SIP-Phone also embedded with a dot matrix of two lines 24 characters LCD, which can display date and time, calling party name, calling party number, and digits dialed and etc.

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Welltech SIP PHONE LP101, SIP PHONE LP201 Manual

Note:

(**): May be not available right now, please contact with your distributor.

1. Hardware Overview

1.Front View and Keypad function

LCD: 2 lines, 24 character Dot Matrix display.

C: Jump out current LCD menu.

: Move to previous selection or clear previous data.

: Move to right or next selection.

OK: Press OK to confirm the modification.

Direct Line (DL) Button 1 – 10: User press DL button after off-hook to do speed dial

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according to phone book data from 1-10 (please refer to LCD configuration-3.Phone Book; Advanced Configurations via Telnet- 10.[pbook] command, or Web Configuration-Phone Book chapter.

Number 1 –10, * and #: The function is the same as the general phone set.

Corresponding list of keypad and symbol:

(1) Character mode:

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“1”

 

 

2

“A” ; “ B” ; “C” ; “2”

 

 

3

“D” ; “E” ; “F” ; “3”

 

 

4

“G” ; “H” ; “I” ; “4”

 

 

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“J” ; “K” ; “L” ; “5”

 

 

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“M” ; “N” ; “O” ; “6”

 

 

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“P” ; “Q” ; “R” ; “S” ; “7”

 

 

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“T” ; “U” ; “V” ; “8”

 

 

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“W” ; “X” ; “Y” ; “Z” ; “9”

 

 

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“.” ; “@” ; “_” ; ”-“ ; “,” ; “!” ; “?” ; “*” ; “’” ; “+” ; “$” ; “*”

 

 

0

“Space” ; “0”

 

 

#

“#”

 

 

(2) Digit mode:

1“1”

2“2”

3“3”

4“4”

5“5”

6“6”

7“7”

8“8”

9“9”

*“.”

0

“0”

 

 

#

 

MUTE: Mute the voice of MIC and let others can’t hear from user in communication.

PSTN: Press PSTN to switch SIP-Phone as PSTN or IP Phone Mode. In PSTN mode, “PSTN” characters will be displayed on LCD left bottom side, then users can dial out as

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if standard telephone set in PSTN; in IP Phone mode, “PROXY ” characters will be displayed on LCD left bottom side.

Note:

1.When SIP-Phone is in PSTN mode, only PSTN and SPEAKER function key can work.

2.On LCD will display ”…Incoming Call... ” to inform user when SIP-Phone has both IP and PSTN side incoming calls.

3.If in communication with IP side, user can press HOLD to hold IP side, then press PSTN to pick up PSTN side, after that can press HOLD again to retrieve IP side.

4.If in communication with PSTN side, user must hang up PSTN side before pick up IP side.

HOLD: To hold a call, after press HOLD button, both sides will hear hold tone.

SPEED:

1.Press SPEED and number (Phone book index) after off-hook can do speed dial according to phone book data (please refer to 3.LCD configuration-6. Phone Book or Advanced Configurations via 4.Telnet- 10.[pbook] command).

2.Switch input mode between character mode or digit mode, e.g., when user wants to input phone number can press SPEED to switch input mode as digit mode; when user wants to input name can also press SPEED to switch input mode as character mode.

FORWARD: Forward an incoming call to another IP device. (Please refer to LCD configuration-Forward Type) (**)

MESSAGE and its indicated LED light: When having missed incoming calls, the MESSAGE LED will be flashing. User can check the information of missed calls by pressing the MESSAGE button. (**)

TRANSFER:

1.Transfer a call to the third site. When A and B are in communication, A wants to transfer this call to C, A can press TRANSFER button, now B will hear hold tone, and A will hear dial tone, then A can press phone number of C, after C picks up, A can talk with C, after A hangs up, B and C can be connected.

Note:

1.A cannot press phone number of C before hearing dial tone.

2.If A press TRANSFER and number, press TRANSFER again can cancel transferring and retrieve call with B.

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3.If A press TRANSFER and number of C, C is ringing, press TRANSFER again C will return to standby mode and A can retrieve call with B.

4.Before C picks up, A cannot hangs up the phone.

2.Change characters to be capital or lowercase: when pressing TRANSFER before press letters can switch input type of letters.

REDIAL: Redial the last outgoing call.

+ And -: Adjust the voice volume heard of communication.

SPEAKER: Hand free mode. User can talk without picking up handset.

Note:

All function keys mentioned above (except dialing keypad) are effective only in IP Phone mode. (**)

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2.Back View

DC 9V: DC 9V power input outlet

LAN: RJ-45 connector, connected directly to the Hub through the straight CAT-5 cable.

PC: RJ-45 connector, connected directly to the PC through the straight CAT-5 cable

Line: RJ-11 connector, connected directly to the PSTN analog line.

Note:

There are two LED indicated lights: LINK/ACT and 10/100 for LAN port and PC port. When network status is regular, LED of LINK/ACT will light on; when SIP-Phone is transmitting or receiving data, LED will be flashing; when transmit rate is in 10 mbps or 100mbps, LED of 10/100 will light off or light on.

3.Specification of connector

1 Ethernet Port

Ethernet port is for connecting SIP-Phone to network, transmit rate supports 10/100 Base-T.

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Ethernet connector LAN

2 RJ-11connector

RJ-11 connector is for connecting SIP-Phone with PSTN.

RJ11connector

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2. Software Features and Specification

Application:

ISP/ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider)

IP-PBX with office telephony services

Multi-nation enterprise communication

SOHO Telephony

Calling Features

Call Hold

Call Transfer

Call Forward (**)

10 sets last number Redial

Ten configurable speed dials

Network Supported

Fixed IP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

PPPoE connection (When PPPoE disconnect, SIP-Phone can automatically re-connect)

Behind NAT IP Sharing Device

Support QOS by setting DSCP (Differentiated Service Code Point) parameters of VoIP packet

Support 802.1p1q (VLAN) (**)

Audio Features

G.711 a/μ-Law, G.723.1, G.729, G.729a

VAD, CNG

G.165/G.168 compliant echo cancellation

Programmable Dynamic Jitter Buffer

Bad Frame Interpolation

Gain/Attenuation Settings

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Provisioning and Configuration

SIP (RFC3261) compliance

LCD configuration password protection

Provide Proxy Mode or Peer-to-Peer Mode (Non Proxy Server needed) selection

Ring tone, Speaker and Handset volume adjustable

Dial path selection (PSTN or IP mode)

Support DNS server inquiry

Management Features:

Software Upgrade: TFTP/FTP download

Three easy ways for system configuration

-LCD Front Panel

-Web Browser

-TELNET

Certification

CE, 3C

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3. Physical specification & Environment

Dimension:

215mm(W) x 71mm(H) x 198mm(D)

Weight:

834 grams (unit)

Power Supply:

DC 9V output adaptor, AC 120Vac input

Operation Environment:

Humidity: 10 to 90 % (Non-condensing)

Operational Temperature: 0 to +40 C

Storage Environment:

Humidity: 10 to 90 % (Non-condensing)

Storage Temperature: -10 to +50 C

Analog Specification:

2 wires (RJ-11) *1 (Voltage: -48V)

AC Impedance 600Ω

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Chapter 2 Configuring the SIP-Phone through LCD Phone menus

Note:

1.After any configuration is made for the SIP-Phone , user has to do Reboot in the selection 7 “Reboot”.

2.We suggest user to set IP address via LCD menu 52.3.4.5 first, then go to chapter 3 to do other detail configurations via web browser.

1.Initialize SIP-Phone

1.When power on the SIP-Phone , the LCD screen shows as below. Now SIP-Phone is running Boot sector program.

IP-Phone

Board Start Booting

2.When SIP-Phone finishes boot program initialization. User can see flashing greeting as below:

System Initializing…………..

3. Then SIP-Phone get into standby mode:

 

SIP-Phone

Proxy

10:10:10 AM

 

 

The main LCD screen would be shown as similar as above. “Proxy” means the SIP-Phone is in Proxy Mode, and when SIP-Phone is connected to SNTP server, on LCD will show current time captured from SNTP server.

4.When SIP-Phone is under peer-to-peer mode, on LCD will show “P2P” instead of “Proxy”.

 

SIP-Phone

P2P

10:10:10 AM

 

 

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5.After pressing the PSTN button, the “Proxy” or “P2P” will be replaced by “PSTN”. Please notice that user must plug PSTN line in RJ-11 port when SIP-Phone is in PSTN mode. (**)

 

IP-Phone

PSTN

10:10:10 AM

6.Press or to enter configuration mode then press OK button to enter sub menus; press C can jump out current menu to previous level.

1.Call List (**)

2.Forward Type

3.Phone Book

4.Ringer Settings

5.Network

6.Advanced Settings (protected by password)

7.Reboot

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2. LCD Menu Configuration

User can set the following configurations by LCD keypad.

Note:

1.Press TRANSFER before input data can switch characters to be capital or lowercase.

2.Press SPEED before input data can switch input mode as character mode or digit mode; for example, user wants to enter IP address, after pressing SPEED can enter digits directly.

3.When user is inputting data, press C will jump out to menu list, press will clear previous input data.

1.Call List (**)

If there is an unanswered IP call, it will be kept in message box. MESSAGE LED will be flashing until user press MESSAGE to check miss call and re-press MESSAGE to return to main screen.

(1)Missed Calls to see all missed calls in message box.

(2)Received Calls to see all received calls in message box.

(3)Dialed calls: to see all dialed calls in message box.

2.Forward Type (**)

There are 3 selections in Forward type, user must select under which condition to forward calls.

(1)Busy

When SIP-Phone is in busy status, the incoming call will be forwarded to the assigned phone number.

A. Activate

Enter a forwarded phone number to activate busy forward function.

B. Deactivate

Deactivate Busy Forward function.

(2) No Response

When SIP-Phone hasn’t been picked up for around 10 seconds, the incoming call will be forwarded to the assigned phone number.

A. Activate

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Enter a forwarded phone number to activate no response forward function.

B. Deactivate

Deactivate No Response Forward function.

(3)Unconditional

It is included the above two types. Whether the SIP-Phone is in which status, calls will be automatically forwarded to the assigned phone number.

A. Activate

Enter a forwarded phone number to activate Unconditional Forward function.

B. Deactivate

Deactivate Unconditional Forward function.

3.Phone Book

1.List

List all records of name, telephone number, and IP address in the phone address book.

2.Edit/Delete

Edit or delete a record of name, telephone number, and IP address of the phone address book.

3.New

Add a new record of name, telephone number, and IP address of the phone address book.

4.Ringer Settings

1.Volume

User can adjust ring volume by press or on the keypad to decrease or increase ringer volume.

2.Style

There are three tone styles for SIP-Phone. Move the “>” symbol by press or on the keypad to select the tone style preferred, then press OK to confirm it.

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