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Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapters

Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapters are the handset-to-Ethernet adapters that enable you to turn analog devices, such as phones, fax machines, into IP devices. The Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapter supports two voice ports, each with an independent phone number and has an RJ-45 10/100BASE-T data port.

NOTE:

  • Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapter can be added only post site deployment. You cannot add during initial site deployment.
  • Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapter can be added only under Manage Site > Phones. You cannot add Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapter under Manage Site > Extensions and Manage Site > User Management.
  • A fax call does not fall back to voice only call after the fax is sent.
  • The following features are not supported:
    • Paging
    • Single Number Reach (SNR)
    • Speed dial

Configure Cisco ATA-190 Analog Telephone Adapter

Before you begin

Ensure that you have:

  • Added Cisco ATA 190 Analog Telephone Adapter in the BE4000 portal.
  • Phone devices ready
  • TFTP Address
  • IP Address and subnet mask for Cisco ATA-190 Analog Telephone Adapter

Procedure

Step 1: Connect the phones to Line 1 and Line 2.

Step 2: Access Interactive Voice Response (IVR).

  1. Go off hook on the phone and press ****. The IVR prompts for password
  2. Enter the default password, 24726 followed by #.

NOTE: The Cisco ATA-190 Analog Telephone Adapter allows you to enter only numerical values for the password.

Step 3: Set the static IP mode.

  1. Press 101 followed by # to enter the LAN configuration mode.
  2. Press 1 followed by # to set the static IP mode.
  3. Press 1 to save the changes.

NOTE: After setting the IP mode to static IP, user must go on-hook to make it effective. Then, the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway can be configuredTo set static IP, network cable must be connected.

Step 4: Configure the IP Address.

  1. Press 111 followed by # to enter the IP address configuration mode.
  2. Enter the IP address followed by #. Enter “*” for in place of “.” while entering the IP address. For example, if your IP address is 198.51.100.20, enter 198*51*100*20#.
  3. Press 1 to save the changes.

Step 5: Configure the subnet mask.

  1. Press 121 followed by # to enter the subnet configuration mode.
  2. Enter the subnet mask followed by #. Enter “*” for in place of “.” while entering the subnet mask. For example, if your IP address is 255.255.0.0, enter 255*255*0*0#.
  3. Press 1 to save the changes.

Step 6: Configure the default gateway.

  1. Press 131 followed by # to enter the default gateway configuration mode.
  2. Enter the default gateway followed by #. Enter “*” for in place of “.” while entering the subnet mask. For example, if your default gateway address is 198.51.100.1, enter 198*51*100*1#.
  3. Press 1 to save the changes.

Step 7: Configure the TFTP address.

  1. Press 221 followed by # to enter the TFTP configuration mode.
  2. Enter the TFTP address followed by #. Enter “*” for in place of “.” while entering the subnet mask. For example, if your TFTP address is 203.0.113.20, enter 203*0*113*20#.
  3. Press 1 to save the changes.

Step 8: Restart Cisco ATA-190 Analog Telephone Adapter by unplugging and re-plugging the Ethernet cable from phone to the Cisco ATA-190 Analog Telephone Adapter.

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