Audiocodes

Setup for AudioCodes MP-114, firmware version 6.20A

1. To enter AudioCodes web interface you should connect your PC to Ethernet, and change the PC's network card settings (under "network settings"). By default, the network interface of MP-114 has the address 10.1.10.10, mask 255.255.0.0, so set static IP address 10.1.10.1 subnet mask 255.255.0.0. In browser, enter 10.1.10.10 and view page with login and password form. Default login/password are Admin/Admin. It is necessary to assign a static IP address from our subnet to thegateway. The next step is to set up VoIP-Network-IP Settings. Fill these fields as shown below.

In this example, the subnet 192.168.0.0/24 is used

192.168.0.2: IP-address of our AudioCodes gateway

255.255.255.0: subnet mask

192.168.0.1: IP-address of gateway by default, address of router/modem.

Click "Submit" and wait until hardware applies these settings.

Disconnect gateway from PC, connect to network. Change network card settings, enable DHCP or set up network interface with a static IP address from subnet 192.168.0.0/24 (for example 192.168.0.9). In the browser's URL bar enter AudioCodes' IP-address (192.168.0.2). Under "Hardware Settings", click "Burn!" Skipping this step will entail that after reset, hardware will return to its default settings.

2. 2. Set gateway as per end point. On the left, click on “Full”, under the tab "Configuration" – "VoIP" – "SIP Definitions" – "Proxy & Registration".

Here enter the following data:

Enable Registration: Enable – enable registration

Registrar IP Address: enter IP address of sip.zadarma.com (for example 185.45.152.161)

Subscription Mode/ Registration Mode: per endpoint: each port of gateway is registering separately.

Click Submit

3. 3. Under the tab "Configuration" – "VoIP" – "SIP Definitions" – "General Parameters" change the following parameters, according to your need:

NAT IP Address: – if your hardware is behind NAT, then specify your external IP address

Fax Signaling Method: choose method of fax sending

SIP UDP Local Port: 5060

SIP Destination Port: 5060

Click Submit

4. Codecs settings. VoIP – Coders and Profiles – Codes. Choose and set priority of codecs and click Submit

5. Now make groups for ports. Open VoIP – GW and IP to IP – Hunt Group Setting, Set ID Hunt Group, Channel mode – strategy by which lines will be chosen and in our case Registration mode – per endpoint

Click Submit

In this section open tab Endpoint Phone Number and set on Hunt a group of number.

Click Submit

6. Set routes for calls from IP on analog ports and vice versa. VoIP GW and IP to IP – Routing – Tel to IP Routing/IP to Trunk Group Routing

Src Trunk Group ID: 1

Dest Phone Prefix: *

Source Phone Prefix: *

Dest IP Address: IP address of sip.zadarma.com (for example 185.45.152.161)

Port: 5060

Transport Type: UDP

Dest. IP Group ID : -1

Dest. SRD: -1

IP Profile ID: 1

Dest Host Prefix: *

Source Host Prefix: *

Dest Phone Prefix: *

Source Phone Prefix: *

Source IP Address: *

Hunt IP Group ID : 1

IP Profile ID: 1

Source IPGroup ID: 1

7. Set authorization . VoIP – GW and IP to IP – Analog Gateway – Authentication

User Name: Your sip number (for example 111111) from personal account

Password: Your password from sip number from "SIP-Settings" personal account.

After this step, save settings and “burn” them into the device's memory. To save settings click "Submit". In the next window that appears click on "OK" to “burn” data into device's memry - click on “Burn”.

In the following window that appears, click on "OK". Now, even if device is rebooted, settings will remain the same and there will be no need to reset the device.

Please, note!

When connecting to Zadarma IP PBX you need to use the login, password and server name from "My PBX - Internal numbers".

In Configuration – VoIP – SIP Definitions – Proxy & Registration.

Registrar IP Address: enter IP address of server of IP PBX: pbx.zadarma.com (for example 185.45.152.164)

Set the same IP address in Dest. IP Address and Source IP Address in call routing VoIP GW and IP to IP – Routing – Tel to IP Routing/IP to Trunk Group Routing

In VoIP – GW and IP to IP – Analog Gateway – Authentication

User Name: Your internal PBX number (for example 1234-100) from personal account

Password: Your password of internal PBX number from personal account