Connect Your PBX
Modified on: Wed, Jun 10, 2020 at 10:26 AM
Connect your PBX to the local network, and connect telephony lines to the PBX.
- Connect your PBX to the network.
Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the LAN port of your PBX, and the other end to any port of your company’s LAN switch/router.
- Power on your PBX.
Plug the provided power cord or power adapter into the power inlet of the PBX, and the other end to a standard electrical wall socket.
Wait for the system to boot up till the SYSTEM LED starts to blink.
- Connect your PBX to the telephony lines.
Note: Connect BRI/PSTN/analog phone/fax machine to the corresponding port based on the color of port indicator.
Connect one end of a RJ11 phone cable to the port. Connect the other end to the analog phone or fax machine.
Connect an RJ11 cable to the FXO port. Connect the other end to a PSTN line.
Connect one end of the cable provided by the ISDN BRI provider to the BRI port. Connect the other end to the equipment of ISDN provider.
For S100 and S300
- Connect one end of the E1 cable to the E1/T1 port. Connect the other end to the E1 Provider’s equipment.
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