UAD Grandstream BT-200

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Introduction - How to use Grandstream BT-200 with PBXware

This "How to" is written to as general guide on how to use your Grandstream BT-200 with PBXware using 1.0.8.16 Grandstream BT-200 firmware. It covers the most common tasks required in order to have your Grandstream BT-200 working efficiently.


Grandstream BT-200


Registering Grandstream BT-200

Requirements

1. Grandstream BT-200 firmware.

- Make sure that device is loaded with 1.0.8.16 firmware.

2. DHCP server.

- Fully configured and operational DHCP server.


Manual Configuration

UAD Settings

STEP ONE: PBXware IP address.

1. Find out the IP address of PBXware server.

STEP TWO: Login to PBXware.

1. Open a new browser window and enter the IP address to access the PBXware administration interface login screen.

Example: http://192.168.1.2

UAD Settings

an example with IP address

2. Hit "Enter" on your keyboard.

3. Login to PBXware with your e-mail address and password.

UAD Settings

STEP THREE: UAD status.

1. Make sure the UAD is enabled. To check the UAD status navigate to "Settings:UAD", and click on the "edit" icon corresponding to "Grandstream BT-200".

UAD Settings

2. Make sure "Status" is set to "active", "Auto provisioning" is set to "Yes" and "DHCP" is set to "Yes".

UAD Settings

3. Click on "Save" button to save changes.


Creating Extension

STEP ONE: Add Extension.

1. Navigate to "Extensions". Click on "Add Extension".

Creating Extension

2. The standard options window (below) will be shown.

Creating Extension

3. Select Grandstream BT-200 from the "UAD" select box.

4. Select Location: "Local" or "Remote".

Note:

-"Local" is for all extensions registered on LAN.

-"Remote" is for all extensions registered from remote networks, WAN, Internet etc.

Creating Extension

5. Click on the "Next" button.

STEP TWO: Extension values.

1. Enter values into the required field text boxes.

REQUIRED FIELDS:

Name:

Enter "Name" for the extension being created. Example: John Doe.


E-mail:

Enter the e-mail address associated with this extension. This e-mail address will receive all system notification messages. Example: john@domain.com.


Auto provisioning:

Set to "Yes".


MAC Address:

Grandstream BT-200 MAC address. Example: 001646f5f797

Creating Extension/Extensions Add

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2. Click on "Save" button.

Creating Extension

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3. Click on the "Save & E-mail" button. Account details will be sent to the e-mail address associated with this extension.

OPTIONAL FIELDS:

Extension:

An auto-generated extension number based on the next available sequential number. An extension value can be changed. Example: 1000.


Username:

Username is auto generated/populated and cannot be changed since it allows the system to use this value for other important operations.


Secret:

A secret value associated with the UAD is auto-generated in order to allow the UAD to successfully register with the system. The secret value can be changed.


PIN:

An auto-generated PIN will allow access to voicemail and online self care.


'Registering Phone

STEP ONE: Electricity and Ethernet.

- The Grandstream BT-200 needs electricity. Plug the adapter into its jack then connect it to the electricity network.

- Connect ethernet port to a hub, router or switch as access to LAN

Registering Phone

After successfully connecting the Grandstream BT-200 to the electricity and data networks it is time to register it to PBXware.

"TFTP Server" must be set with TFTP server value.

STEP TWO: Grandstream BT-200 IP address.

Find out the IP address of the Grandstream BT-200 connected to network.

1. Press the "Menu" button.

2. On the display screen, scroll to the IP address using "Up and Down button".

3. Press the "Menu" button.

Registering Phone

STEP THREE: Grandstream BT-200 Web Interface.

1. Open a new browser window and enter the IP address in order to access the Grandstream BT-200 administration interface.

Example: http://192.168.1.101

Registering Phone

an example with IP address

2. Hit "Enter" on your keyboard.

STEP FOUR: Configuring TFTP server.

1. Login to the Grandstream BT-200 Web Interface. The factory default password is lower case "admin".

Registering Phone

2. Navigate down to "Firmware Upgrade".

- Config Server Path" must be set with TFTP server value. Example: 192.168.1.2

Registering Phone

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3. Navigate down and click on the "Update" button.

Registering Phone

4. Click on the "Reboot" button. The Grandstream BT-200 will reboot for changes to take effect.

Registering Phone

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- Conclusion: If everything is done as above described you should have successfully registered your Grandstream BT-200 to PBXware. Dial *123 to verify registration.

- For further information, please contact the manufacturer or check their web site www.grandstream.com.


Auto Provisioning

UAD Settings

STEP ONE: PBXware IP address.

1. Find out the IP address of the PBXware server.

STEP TWO: Login to PBXware.

1. Open a new browser window and enter the IP address to access the PBXware administration interface login screen.

Example: http://192.168.1.2

UAD Settings

an example with IP address

2. Hit "Enter" on your keyboard.

3. Login to PBXware with your e-mail address and password.

UAD Settings

STEP THREE: UAD status.

1. Make sure the UAD is enabled. To check the UAD status navigate to "Settings:UAD", and click on the "edit" icon corresponding to "Grandstream BT-200".

UAD Settings

2. Make sure "Status" is set to "active", "Auto provisioning" is set to "Yes" and "DHCP" is set to "Yes".

UAD Settings

3. Click on "Save" button to save changes.


Creating Extension

STEP ONE: Add Extension.

1. Navigate to "Extensions". Click on "Add Extension".

Creating Extension

2. The standard options window (below) will be shown.

Creating Extension

3. Select Grandstream BT-200 from the "UAD" select box.

4. Select Location: "Local" or "Remote".

Note:

-"Local" is for all extensions registered on LAN.

-"Remote" is for all extensions registered from remote networks, WAN, Internet etc.

Creating Extension

5. Click on the "Next" button.

STEP TWO: Extension values.

1. Enter values into the required field text boxes.

REQUIRED FIELDS:

Name:

Enter "Name" for the extension being created. Example: John Doe.


E-mail:

Enter the e-mail address associated with this extension. This e-mail address will receive all system notification messages. Example: john@domain.com.


Auto provisioning:

Set to "Yes".


MAC Address:

Grandstream BT-200 MAC address. Example: 001646f5f797

Creating Extension/Extensions Add

an example with details filled in

2. Click on "Save" button.

Creating Extension

an example with details filled in


3. Click on the "Save & E-mail" button. Account details will be sent to the e-mail address associated with this extension.

OPTIONAL FIELDS:

Extension:

An auto-generated extension number based on the next available sequential number. An extension value can be changed. Example: 1000.


Username:

Username is auto generated/populated and cannot be changed since it allows the system to use this value for other important operations.


Secret:

A secret value associated with the UAD is auto-generated in order to allow the UAD to successfully register with the system. The secret value can be changed.


PIN:

An auto-generated PIN will allow access to voicemail and online self care.


'Registering Phone

STEP ONE: Electricity and Ethernet.

- The Grandstream BT-200 needs electricity. Plug the adapter into its jack then connect it to the electricity network.

- Connect the ethernet port to a hub, router or switch as to access LAN.

Registering Phone

After successfully connecting your Grandstream BT-200 to the electricity and data networks it is time to register it to PBXware.

"TFTP Server" must be set with TFTP server value.

STEP TWO: Grandstream BT-200 IP address.

Find out the IP address of Grandstream BT-200 connected to network.

1. Press the "Menu" button.

2. On the display screen, scroll to the IP address using "Up and Down button".

3. Press the "Menu" button.

Registering Phone

STEP THREE: Grandstream BT-200 Web Interface.

1. Open a new browser window and enter the IP address in order to access the Grandstream BT-200 administration interface.

Example: http://192.168.1.101

Registering Phone

an example with IP address

2. Hit "Enter" on your keyboard.

STEP FOUR: Configuring TFTP server.

1. Login to the Grandstream BT-200 Web Interface. The factory default password is lower case "admin".

Registering Phone

2. Navigate down to "Firmware Upgrade".

- Config Server Path" must be set with TFTP server value. Example: 192.168.1.2

Registering Phone

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3. Navigate down and click on the "Update" button.

Registering Phone

4. Click on the "Reboot" button. The Grandstream BT-200 will reboot for changes to take effect.

Registering Phone

an example with details filled in

- Conclusion: If everything is done as above described you should have successfully registered your Grandstream BT-200 to PBXware. Dial *123 to verify registration.

- For further information, please contact the manufacturer or check their web site www.grandstream.com.


Auto Configuration

Requirements

1. Make sure that your devices are properly connected to the same LAN as your PBXware.

2. Ensure that all devices are set to Factory Defaults.

3. Ensure that all devices are using port 5060.


Auto Configuration

1. Navigate to "Extensions: Find Phones".

Auto Configuration

2. A pop up window will appear. Input range of IP addresses

Example: - Start IP: 192.168.1.2 - End IP: 192.168.1.254

3. Click on the "Start" button. The PBXware will search for devices connected to the same LAN in selected range of IP addresses.

Auto Configuration

an example with range of IP addresses

4. After PBXware has finished searching for devices, a list of all devices found will be shown.

5. Change activation status from "Not Activated" to "Auto Configuration" for one or more displayed devices by your choice.

6. Click on the "edit" button next to the activation select box to enter properties for selected device.

Auto Configuration

an example with list of found devices

7. After you have edited a device, a pop up window will appear.

Auto Configuration

an example with 1 configured line

8. The Grandstream BT-200 has 4 lines available, you can configure just one or all of them as shown above.


Line 1 example

Name: John Smith

E-mail: john@domain.com

Ext: 1000

PIN: 1223


Secret: Enter an at least 6 digit or letter long secret.

9. Click on the "Save" button, entered values will be saved and the pop up window will disappear.

10. Click on the "Save" button shown below to finalize "Auto Configuration",

Auto Configuration

11. Device(s) will automatically reboot and be auto configured.

Glossary

- DHCP = Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a communications protocol that lets network administrators manage and automate the assignment of Internet.

- HUB = A common connection point for devices in a network.

- IP Address = Internet Protocol address.

- Local = A local area network (LAN) is a computer network covering a local area, like a home, office or small group of buildings such as a college.

- LAN = Local Area Network.

- PIN = Personal Identification Number.

- Remote = Network devices that are managed or controlled from a network system other than the system to which they are directly connected.

- Router = A device that forwards data packets from one local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) to another.

- Switch = Network device that selects a path or circuit for sending a unit of data to its next destination.

- TFTP = Trivial File Transfer Protocol. A very simple form of the File Transfer Protocol. TFTP provides no security features.

- UAD = User Agent Device.

- VoiceMail = The electronic transmission of voice messages over the Internet. The messages are stored on a computer until the recipient accesses and listens to them.

- WAN = Wide Area Network.

- Web Interface = A web interface is the system of controls with which the user controls a device.