1- Features of the Cisco Linksys PAP2:
-encryption for data transmissions
-password-protected and administrative options
-Compatibility with telephone features such as caller ID, call waiting .....
-use the two standard telephone ports to connect your phones or fax machines. Each phone port operates independently that serve as separate lines
- Connect your analog Phone cable into the "PHONE 1" Port of the Phone Adapter (Linksys pap2)
-If you have a second Vonage line , then connect another Phone Cable to the "PHONE 2" port of Linksys pap2(ATA Device)
-Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port of the Linksys PAP2 (ATA Device).
-Connect the power cord to the Linksys PAP2 (ATA Device).
3- Linksys PAP2 Configuration
3-1-Connect an analogue phone to the Linksys "phone1" port
3-2-Using the analogue phone:
press "****" and after the greeting message press 110# , You will now hear a message giving you the IP address of of the adapter such as "192.168.1.100".
3-3 From the internet browser address window, type in the IP address
3-4 -Click on the “Admin Log In” link in the upper right corner of the
Linksys page.Click on the "Switch to Advanced View"
3-5 Click the System tab, and in the Internet Connection Type section, click the
DHCP drop-down menu, and select yes or no.If you set DHCP to no, enter the Static IP, NetMask, and Gateway information
3-6 On the Advanced View click on the SIP tab.
Under the NAT Support Parameters heading you will need to enable STUN and enter one ofthe two STUN server addresses
NAT Support ParametersStun enable : yes
Stun server:Adress Stun server
3-7 Click on the LINE 1 tab AND enter below infomations provide by us.
LINE ENABLE: Yes
SIP PORT: 5060
Proxy And Registration
PROXY: Adresse Proxy
OUTBOUND PROXY: Adresse Proxy
MAKE CALL WITHOUT REG: No
ANS CALL WITHOUT REG: Yes
USE DNS SRV: Yes
DNS SRV AUTO PREFIX: Yes
DISPLAY NAME: Enter your VoIP Number
USER ID: Enter your VoIP Number
PASSWORD: Enter your VoIP Password
NAT MAPPING ENABLE: Yes
NAT KEEP ALIVE: Yes
PREFERRED CODEC: G.729a
3-8 click on the “Submit All Changes” button (located at the bottom of each page) and the router will save all the changes and reboot,