This article describes basic configuration of the Sangoma Vega Gateway for use with Gradwell services.
Please note that Gradwell only support the configuration as described in this document - we do not support configuration of your ISDN PBX or custom dial plans.
The configuration is performed from the web interface of your Sangoma Vega Gateway - please see this guide for help finding the IP address and this guide for information on accessing the web interface.
Sangoma have created the SNAP provisioning tool, which creates a configuration template for you.
After logging in, click on Quick Config from the left hand menu.
The quick configuration allows us to set basic values on the unit easily.
On the Basic Config screen, set the network information that you wish the unit to use, for example the IP address - Gradwell always recommends that you place your Sangoma Vega Gateway on a public IP to avoid any performance issues. (Ensure that you untick the Obtain IP Settings automatically Using DHCP box if you are entering an IP address manually).
Now click on the VoIP tab. Ensure that the values are set as below.
- Registration Mode: Off
- Outbound Proxy Used?: No
- SIP domain: sip.trunk.gradwell.com
- SIP Server IP/Name: sip.trunk.gradwell.com
- Outbound Proxy IP/Name: leave blank
- Registration and Authentication ID: leave blank
- Authentication Password: leave blank
Now click on E1. In the Telephone number list fields we recommend that you enter .*
This wildcard will forward all calls received directly to your ISDN PBX. You can setup dialling plans here if you wish, however Gradwell do not support these and if you are experiencing problems we will recommend that in the first instance you setup this basic wildcard and retest.
You should also ensure that NT? is ticked alongside the ISDN interface port that you will be plugging your ISDN PBX into (e.g. if you will be plugging your ISDN PBX into IF1 on the rear of the gateway, you will need to ensure that interface 0401 has NT? ticked). This instructs the port that an ISDN PBX will be plugged into it.
Now tick New Install? at the top of the screen and then Submit. Ensure that you save the configuration and reboot the system to fully apply the changes.
Once the gateway has rebooted, expand the Expert Config menu on the left hand side and click SIP.
Click on the Modify link that is within the SIP Profiles box.
Look for the From Header 'userinfo' dropdown and select Authentication Username. Click Submit.
Now scroll to the SIP Proxy entry that is on this page (it's underneath the SIP Profile 1 Proxy Parameters 1 box). Click the Add button and then Modify to enter a new hostname. Do this to add two entries:
Click the SIP menu link from the main left hand menu.
Scroll to to SIP Authentication Configuration and click SIP Authentication.
Click on Modify.
On this page enter your VoIP number (in UK format) in the Username field. It should be typed exactly as it appears in the Gradwell control panel. The Password field can be left as is (because our SIP trunks do not authenticate using a password). Ensure that Enable is ticked and click Submit.
Click the red Save button in the left hand menu and then the red Apply Changes button. Reboot the system and your gateway should be ready to use.