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Interconnect Two PBXs with FXO Gateways
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Connecting MX100G-S SIP-ISDN Gateway to Elastix
Connecting MX100G-S SIP-ISDN Gateway to Asterisk
Expanding PBX Extensions to Remote Sites through IP Network
Multi-site Configuration for Gateways with Analog PBX
How to Troubleshoot Caller ID Detection Issues on FXO Port
Security Configuration Guide for New Rock OM Series IP-PBX
Connecting FXO Gateway to Asterisk
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What is VoIP gateway?
What’s the Difference between VoIP Gateway and SIP Trunk?
Smart Switchboard Introduces Exclusive Premium Customer Services
What's the Difference Between VoIP Gateway and ATA?
What's the Difference Between VoIP gateway and SBC?
New Rock’s New Gateway Security measures
Global VoIP Gateway Service Provider
How to Setup VoIP Gateway - A Complete Installation Guide
What is HX&MX VoIP Gateway Default Password?
Auto Provisioning
Six Practices for Audio Security
“PSTN failover” - Strong Support for High-availability IP Audio Communications
New Rock IP-PBX: Your All-In-One IP Office Telephony System
Connecting E1/T1-Based PBX to IP Telephony Networks
Popular IP-PBX Features Favored by Highly Efficient Officers
Five-star Customer Services
Top Three Advantages of Gateways with Imbedded VPN Clients
Low-Cost, High-Quality Gateway
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Two Typical Applications for Telephone Networks
IPv6’s Top Three Advantages in VoIP Applications
MX100G-S SIP-ISDN Trunking Gateway Training
MX Series VoIP Gateway Training

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PT4800 Quick Installation Guide

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IP-PBX Installation
How to Setup VoIP Gateway - A Complete Installation Guide
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MX Series intelligent VoIP Gateways (MX Gateways) are designed to bridge the traditional telecom terminal device into IP networks through SIP or MGCP protocols. The main applications include:
-  For carriers and value-added service providers to provide telephone, fax and voice-band data services to subscribers using IP access methods such as FTTB, HFC, and ADSL;
-  To bridge the traditional telecom terminal equipment, such as PBXs, to the VoIP core networks of carriers;
-  To connect with an enterprise PBX to provide IP-based voice private network solutions for institutions, enterprises and schools;
-  To be used as remote access equipment for IP-PBXs in call center deployment
The MX family has four sub-series: HX4G, MX8G, MX60E and MX120G, which mainly differ in port capacities.



HX4G Installation

The HX4G adopts a compact plastic structural design and can be placed on a desk. It provides either two or four FXS/FXO ports. 



PWR: Power interface, 12 VDC input.

PC and WAN: The PC port is used to connect a computer. The WAN port is used to connect the uplink network. Both are 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports (RJ45). They share one IP address, which, by default, is obtained through DHCP. If no IP address is obtained, 192.168.2.218 is used by default, and you can change it on Basic > Network page.

FXO/FXS: FXS port or FXO port.

More detail please refer to HX4G Quick Reference Guide


MX8G Installation

The MX8G adopts a compact metal structural design. It can be placed on a desk or installed in a standard communications cabinet and provides eight analog ports.


 

PWR: Power interface, 12 VDC input.

RST: To restore the MX8G to factory default, press the RST for more than 3 seconds and release it when the STU light starts blinking in red. This setting will be valid after rebooting the device.

CON: The console port is used for local management and testing. PCs can be connected to device by linking the RS232 port to CON port. Connecting cables need to be produced or purchased. If the connection is established between the device and the mobile PC with no RS232 ports, please use the cable together with a USB to an RS232 converter cable. 

PC/WAN: The PC port is used to connect a computer. The WAN port is used to connect the uplink network. Both are 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports (RJ45). They share one IP address, which, by default, is obtained through DHCP. If no IP address is obtained, 192.168.2.218 is used by default, and you can change it on Basic > Network page.

FXO/FXS: FXS port or FXO port.

More detail please refer to MX8G Quick Reference Guide


MX60E Installation

Designed with a 1U high and 19-inch wide compact chassis, MX60E is suitable for installation in a standard cabinet. MX60E has a built-in power module with the rating voltage of 100-240 V AC or -48 V DC (DC is optional). Optionally, the device may use dual power supplies. The interface card of MX60E uses a RJ-45 socket and is connected to the distribution panel in the equipment room by using CAT-5 cables. MX60E offers up to 48 analog line ports.


 

RST: To restore the device to factory default, press the RST for more than 3 seconds and release it when the STU light starts blinking in red. This setting will be valid after rebooting the device.

CON: Configuration interface (CON), used for local management and debugging.

ETH1/ETH2: Two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports (RJ45). They share one IP address, which by default is 192.168.2.240, and you can change it on Basic > Network page.

Power socket: 100-240 VAC voltage input. Or, -48 VDC input.

SLOT1~3: Each interface slot has four RJ45 sockets; each RJ45 socket corresponds with four pairs of analog lines. CAT-5 cables are used to connect the interface card and distribution panel in equipment installation. Note: Numbers of interface slots vary from different configuration. Numbering definition of interface slots: on the left side of chassis is #1 slot (marked with No.1 to 16), in the middle of chassis is #2 slot (marked with No.17 to 32), on the right side of chassis is #3 slot (marked with No.33 to 48).

More detail please refer to MX60E Quick Installation Guide


MX120G Installation

Designed with a 2U high and 19-inch wide compact chassis, MX120G is suitable for installation in a standard cabinet.
The interface card of MX120G uses a RJ-45 socket and is connected to the distribution panel in equipment room using CAT-5 cables supplied with the unit.
The device of MX120G can hold four interface cards to flexibly configure FXS and FXO ports, and each card equips 24 ports. MX120G can provide up to 96 ports.



RST: To restore the device to factory default, press the RST for more than 3 seconds and release it when the STU light starts blinking in red. This setting will be valid after rebooting the device.

CON: Configuration interface (CON), used for local management and debugging.

ETH1/ETH2: Two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports (RJ45). They share one IP address, which by default is 192.168.2.240 and you can change it on Basic > Network page.

Power socket: 100-240 VAC voltage input. Or, -48 VDC input.

SLOT1~4: Four interface slots; each contains one 24-port interface card. CAT-5 cables are used to connect the interface card and distribution panel in equipment installation. Numbering definition of system interface slots: on the low-left side of chassis is #1 slot (marked with No.1 to 24), on the low-right side of chassis is #2 slot (marked with No.25 to 48), on the up-left side of chassis is #3 slot (marked with No.49 to 72), and on the up-right side of chassis is #4 slot (marked with No.73 to 96). Note: The interface card is hot swappable, but you should reboot the device after the replacement of the interface card!

More detail please refer to MX120G Quick Installation Guide


MX100G-S Installation

The MX100G-S SIP-ISDN trunking gateway uses the SIP and T1/E1 interfaces for the inter-conversion of IP packets and PCM signals, allowing the interworking of the IP-based new-generation voice network to legacy Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), and the private branch exchange (PBX) of an enterprise



CON: A configuration interface.

ETH : Specifies an RJ45 module interface. Interfaces ETH1 and ETH2 share the same IP address for allowing access to the external network. Dual-LAN redundancy is supported.

AUX: An RJ45 interface. Interfaces AUX1 and AUX2 share the same IP address for local management and configuration.

T1/E1: An RJ45 interface, in support of 1 T1/E1, 2 T1/E1, and 4 T1/E1. Each T1 interface supports the maximum 24 voice channels; each E1 interface supports the maximum 30 voice channels with ISDN PRI signalling.

Power socket: 100-240 VAC voltage input. Or, -36 to -72 VDC voltage input.

More detail please refer to MX100G-S Quick Start Guide



Reference

MX Series Voice Gateway User Manual

MX100G-S User Manual




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