Zoom Phone can connect to a large number of analog devices with AudioCodes MediaPack (MP1288). You can find more information at AudioCodes.
Note: If you are planning on deploying your Audiocodes MP1288, please read the following instructions carefully.
It is recommended that you make sure that the following items are included with your device (in addition to any separate-orderable items you may have purchased):
- For 19-inch rack mounting, 2 * front-mounting brackets are included
- For serial communication (AC powered models), there will be one RJ-45-to-DB-9 serial cable adapter. There will also be two AC power cords included.
- There will be two DC terminal blocks included for models that are powered by DC.
- One grounding lug will be included.
- Documentation Regulatory Information will be included.
|CPU module providing the central processing unit and various
network port interfaces.
|PS1 / PS2
|Power supply modules.
S1 / S2 / S3 / S4FXS ports:
FXS 1-24 / FXS 25-48 / FXS 49-72
|FXS blades providing FXS port interfaces.
|Protective grounding for connecting a grounding lug for chassis ground connection for ESD-preventive equipment or a grounding wire.
Make sure that the patch panel 50-pin Amphenol Centronics cable with a 24-port RJ11 breakout that is included in your setup is going to be able to provision the MP1288 and make it compatible with analog devices. In the event that it is not available from AudioCodes you can contact another supplier:
The MP1288 should be configured as follows:
How to configure network settings
Important: For accessing the MP1288 web interface, we recommend that you use a static IP address.
Obtain the IP address of the MP1288
You can initially access the device’s web interface by using the device’s IP address (192.168.0.2/24) and default gateway (0.0.0.0) and you can alter them later to conform to your network’s addressing scheme for continued connectivity.
- If the CPU module (rear panel) has a set of Ethernet ports, you will need to connect one of the Ethernet ports on it to the LAN port on your computer using a shielded twisted pair (STP) straight-through RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
- Your computer must be configured with the same IP address and subnet mask as the device’s default IP address.
- A web browser, such as Google Chrome, should be opened on your computer.
- You will need to enter the IP address of the device in the URL field.
An application screen will appear for you to log in.
- Click on the Login button after you have entered the default username (Admin) and password (Admin).
- In the IP Network tab in the Core Entities folder, you can view the IP Interfaces table from the Setup menu.
- Simply click on OAMP in the IP Network tab. Please select OAMP + Media + Control from the drop-down menu of the Application Type. Modify the device’s OAMP interface by clicking Edit in the dialog box.
- Then click Apply. A connection is no longer available. A new IP address can be used to access the device.
- In order to assign your computer’s IP address to the new OAMP addresses and subnet on the device, you will need to update the network settings in your computer.
- Using the new IP address, you will be able to log in to the web interface of the device.
- In the web interface’s toolbar, you will find the Save button.
You will be able to save the new IP address to the device’s flash memory once the change has been made.
- If the device was previously connected to the network, it will need to be reconnected. Using the new IP address of the device, you will be able to remotely access the device’s management interface.
This article describes how you can use command-line interface (CLI) to discover the IP address of a device, even if it uses DHCP to obtain its IP address. RS-232 communications can be established with the device by connecting a VT100 terminal or through the use of terminal emulator software such as HyperTerminal with a computer.
- Connect your computer’s COM RS-232 communication port to the device’s COM port (labeled 0x00) through the supplied RMS to 08-9 cable adapter, then connect the device’s RJ-DS connector to the device’s serial port (labeled 0x00) on the CPU module, and then connect the 08-9 connector to the computer’s COM RS-232 communication port.
- A terminal emulator program such as HyperTerminal can be used to establish serial communication with the device. These settings should be used:
- 115200 baud rate
- 8 data bits
- No parity
- 1 stop bit
- No flow control
- Type the user name (the default is Admin) at the CLI prompt:
- After that, you must type the password (Admin is the default):
- Next, type the following commands at the prompt:
MP-1288 FX5> show system version
- In the following example, the DHCP-obtained IP address of the device is displayed:
Version info: --------------- ;Time 8 Date: 08/07/2020 11:13:34 ;Device Up Time: 0d:2h:33m:53s ;Board: MP-1288 FXS ;Board Type: 86 ;Serial Number: 9164073 ;Software Version: 7.20A.256.399 ;DSP Software Version: 5033AE3_R => 723.04 ;Board IP Address: 10.15.77.128 ;Board Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 ;Board Default Gateway: 10.15.0.1
Note: The instructions above describe how to change the IP network settings of your MP1288 to use a static IP address. Upon installation of the new IP network, the current MP1288’s portal (with the default IP) will cease to operate. The portal will not be accessible if the settings are not correct. Resetting the network settings will fix the problem.
Obtain the MAC address of the MP1288
Obtain the MAC address of the MP1288 by accessing the web interface using the MP1288’s network settings:
- A web browser must be used to access the MP1288’s web interface:
- Admin and Admin are the default usernames and passwords for this account.
- You can find the MAC address by clicking on the MONITOR tab under SUMMARY.
- Go to the Zoom website and add the MP1288.