D-Link DVG-1402S Download Drivers, Manual and Firmware

Available 4 files for DVG-1402S
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-1402S
Description
VoIP Gateway 1 Correct the logo issue 2
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
1.00.009
Size Firmware
1Mb
File Name
dvg-1402s_fw_v1-00-009eu.zip
Info
DVG-1402S 1 Correct the logo issue 2 Resolved the configure MTU size also be reduced by 60 byte in the WEB More informatio 1.00.009EU 2006/07/26 Changed the firmware name with SE extension to EU extension

Change List:

1 Correct the logo issue
2 Resolved the configure MTU size also be reduced by 60 byte in the WEB GUI
3 Resolved the issue – unable to get the DHCP IIP from the wireless interface

Bugs Fixed History:

1 Enhance the statistics including RTCP and Phone Call statistics
2 Rename the country code Sweden to Nordic/Benelux
3 Added Multicast- pass through capability
4 The bridge mode function wasn’t working properly
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-1402S
Description
VoIP Gateway Manual
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
2.9Mb
File Name
dvg-1402s_b2_manual_100.pdf
Info
Package Contents...........................................................................................................3
Introduction....................................................................................................................4
Rear Panel Connections.................................................................................................5
Front Panel LEDs............................................................................................................6
Features..........................................................................................................................7
Installation......................................................................................................................8
Using the Configuration Wizard....................................................................................9
Home > WAN...............................................................................................................9
Home > WAN.............................................................................................................10
Home > WAN > Static IP Address.............................................................................12
Home > WAN > PPPoE.............................................................................................14
Home > LAN..............................................................................................................16
Home > VoIP.............................................................................................................17
Home > VoIP > Provisioning......................................................................................20
Home > VoIP > STUN Configuration.........................................................................22
Home > VoIP > User Agent.......................................................................................23
Home > VoIP > Peer to Peer.....................................................................................24
Home > VoIP > Telephony........................................................................................25
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-1402S
Description
VoIP Gateway Datasheet
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
252Kb
File Name
dvg-1402_datasheet.pdf
Info
2-Port VoIP Station Gateway
With Built-in 4-Port Switch
The D-Link DVG-1402 VoIP Station Gateway allows 2 ordinary telephone sets to plug in to become IP telephones. This
Gateway lets you make phone calls using the Internet or any IP network. Voice is packed into IP format packets for
transmission, so phone calls bypass the PSTN normally used for voice communication. Its biggest benefit is a reduction of the
high cost associated with normal long-distance and international phone calls. The DVG-1402 combines IP Telephony
functions with IP remote routing to provide you with easy broadband access and voice/data convergence on a single network.
In addition, 4 Ethernet switch ports are provided for ready server/workstation connection.
Save Long-Distance Phone Charge
2 FXS Ports
Simple Operation
The Gateway receives voice and data services over a single
network connection. Expensive long-distance and
international phone calls over the ordinary telephone service
can be avoided altogether. You make and receive voice calls
over the same line that you use to connect to the Internet, and
pay the same Internet connection charge, plus a service
charge to your Service Provider.
Through a 10/100BASE-TX Ethernet port, the DVG-1402
connects directly to your company network or the broadband
line (DSL or cable modem), without going through any PBX.
It provides 2 FXS (Foreign Exchange Station) ports (2 RJ-11
phone sockets) for connection to 2 telephone sets or fax
machines.
You simply plug in any ordinary telephone sets to the phone
sockets on the Gateway, then operate your telephone as you
normally do. All destination numbers must be registered with
your Internet Telephony Service Provider or Proxy Server.
You dial your server's code, then your destination number;
the Internet Telephony Service Provider or Proxy Server will
map your number with the destination.
Guaranteed Voice Quality
Built-in Router for Shared Broadband Internet
Connection
Built-in 4-Port Ethernet Switch
The Gateway incorporates Quality of Service (QoS) functions
to ensure that voice received is almost the same as that
received on the ordinary phone. To allow for a smooth voice
reception, voice packets get a higher priority over data
packets on the network packet stream. Other capabilities
include echo cancellation, silence suppression/comfort noise
generation (when there is a prolonged silence), adaptive jitter
buffer and lost voice packet recovery.
The Gateway provides built-in router function to permit
sharing of the broadband line for Internet access in your
office. Built-in NAT and DHCP server functions
automatically create an IP address and assigns it for each user,
simplifying everyone's logon operation. NAT also provide
firewall protection for your network, blocking and redirecting
certain ports to limit the services that outside users can access
your network.
For LAN connection, the Gateway incorporates 4
10/100Mbps Ethernet ports, providing ready connection for
workstations and servers. This saves you the cost and trouble
of installing a separate Ethernet switch.
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-1402S
Description
VoIP Gateway Quick Installation Guide
Operating Systems
Quick Installation Guide
Size Driver
328Kb
File Name
dvg-1402s_qig_100.pdf
Info
Connecting the DVG-1402S directly to a
Modem and Computer

If your computer connects directly to a DSL or Cable modem and does not connect to a
router, follow the steps below to install your DVG-1402S. For any other configuration,
please refer to the user manual located on the CD-ROM. After the steps are completed,
your setup should look similar to the diagram below.

a. Turn off your Computer.
b. Disconnect the power to your Cable/DSL Modem (Unplug or turn off the power switch).
c. Unplug the existing Ethernet cable that is connected to your Cable/DSL Modem’s LAN or
Ethernet port. Leave the other end of this cable attached to your PC.
d. Plug the Ethernet cable connector that you just
removed from the modem into one of the four LAN
ports on the back of the DVG-1402S. The other end
remains attached to the PC.
e. Attach one end of the Ethernet Cable (blue) provided in this package to the LAN or
Ethernet Port on the Cable/DSL Modem.
f. Attach the other end of the provided Ethernet Cable
to the WAN Port of the DVG-1402S.
g. Attach one end of the provided phone cable (black) to a standard analog telephone.
h. Attach the other end of the phone cable to the phone
port labeled 1 on the rear panel of the DVG-1402S.
i. Reconnect the power to the Cable/DSL Modem (Plug in or turn on the power switch).
j. Connect the Power Adapter to the Power Connecter
on the DVG-1402S.
k. Connect the other end of the Power Adapter to an
available electrical outlet (Wall Socket or Surge
Protector).
l. Restart your PC.
Hardware configuration is complete! If your VoIP service is already activated, you can
make phone calls now.

PPPoE Configuration
Some Internet Service providers use PPPoE as their method of connecting clients.
If you have a PPPoE connection, you must follow the steps below to complete the
configuration of your hardware. If you are unsure of your connection type or do
not know your username and password, please check with your Internet Service
Provider.
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