D-Link DVG-G1402S Download Drivers, Manual and Firmware

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Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-G1402S
Description
54Mbps Wireless VoIP Gateway 1 Correct the logo issue 2
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
1.00.009
Size Firmware
1.1Mb
File Name
dvg-g1402s_fw_v1-00-009eu.zip
Info
DVG-G1402S 1 Correct the logo issue 2 Resolved the configure MTU size also be reduced by 60 byte in the WEB More informati 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-G1402S
Description
54Mbps Wireless VoIP Gateway Datasheet
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
337Kb
File Name
dvg-g1402s_datasheet.pdf
Info
The D-Link DVG-G1402S VoIP Station Gateway is an ideal Internet telephone solution for
office use. It combines the industry's latest Voice over the IP network technology with
advanced communication features, and is compatible with any phone service. This device
converts voice traffic into data packets for transmission over the Internet. It is inexpensive
and easy to use, providing the convenience and great savings for companies needing to
place frequent long-distance and international business calls.
Cost Saving and Investment Protection. The DVG-G1402S provides homes and businesses
with an easy and inexpensive upgrade to Internet telephony while allowing them to retain
their existing telephone and fax equipment. It allows users to protect and extend their past
investments in telephones, conference speakers phones and fax machines, as well as to
control their migration to IP with a very affordable and incremental investment.
2 Internet Telephone Connections. The DVG-G1402S provides 2 FXS ports for 2
simultaneous Internet phone connections. Plug in regular phone sets to these ports, and
they instantly become Internet telephones. For homes and offices with frequent needs for
long-distance and international phone calls, this device provides great cost saving and
convenience, allowing users to connect any phones or fax machines to it to make calls or
send out faxes on the Internet.
Guaranteed Voice Quality. The DVG-G1402S delivers clear sounds, voice and reliable fax
calling through implementation of internationally recognized standards for voice and data
networking. It incorporates Quality of Service (QoS) functions to ensure that voice received
through the Internet is the same as or even surpasses that received on the ordinary phone.
Convenient Call Features. This DVG-G1402S supports many useful functions, allowing the
service providers to offer these functions to their subscribers. Provided that the telephone
sets at the end-users side support these functions, callers can take advantage of these
convenient features. Call function support includes attended call transfer, call forward (busy,
no answer, unconditional), call hold and retrieve, call waiting, caller ID display, anonymous
call blocking, and 3-way conference.
Shared Broadband Internet Connection. The DVG-G1402S 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.
Built-in Wireless LAN and 4-Port Switch. The DVG-G1402S incorporates 802.11g wireless
LAN and 4 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports, providing ready connection for workstations and
servers. This saves you the cost and trouble of installing a separate wireless access port
and an Ethernet switch.
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-G1402S
Description
54Mbps Wireless VoIP Gateway Manual
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
1.2Mb
File Name
dvg-g1402s_manual_v1.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 > Wireless.........................................................................................................9
Home > Wireless.......................................................................................................10
Home > Wireless > Wireless LAN Authorization.......................................................11
Open Auth - Shared Key...........................................................................................12
WPA.........................................................................................................................13
WPA-PSK................................................................................................................14
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-G1402S
Description
54Mbps Wireless VoIP Gateway How to set up DVG-G1402S with a VoIP provider
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
409Kb
File Name
howto_voip-setup-on-dvg-g1402s.pdf
Info
This guide shows the configuration process to set up a VoIP account. The VoIP
provider has to support the SIP protocol, and the router has to be already connected
to the Internet (refer to the WAN section in the manual).
Click on the Advanced tab, VoIP button (left-hand side).
You have several options across the top to configure. Click on “Server
Configuration”:

The “Server FQDN” is just your Registrar Server. If your VoIP provider has a name
for it instead of an IP address (i.e.: sip.freecall.com), you can find out its IP address
with the following command in the Command Prompt in Windows:
> nslookup sip.freecall.com
The command will display the corresponding IP address, or addresses (in this case,
194.221.62.198). It does not matter which address you use if there are multiple to
choose from.
The “port” refers to the SIP port. 5060 uses to be the default, but you can change it if
your VoIP provider uses a different one.
Click on “Apply” before going to the next section: STUN configuration:

Again, if you have a STUN server name from your provider (i.e.: stun.freecall.com),
but not its IP address, you can find it with the following command in the Command
Prompt in Windows:
> nslookup stun.freecall.com
The command will display the corresponding IP address (in this case,
80.239.235.209).
If you do not have a “STUN server port” or “Request Interval”, leave the defaults.
Click on Apply, and then click on “NAT Type Detect”.
Now we will configure your VoIP account: click on “User Agent”.
Same Phone Number: ........ if you have only one account with your provider, then
set it to Enabled (otherwise you can set up two different
accounts with the “Index”).
Phone Number: .................. if you have a VoIP phone number with your provider,
put it in the box. Otherwise put your username here.
Display name:..................... Not every provider supports this function.
User Agent port: ................. if you do not have this information leave the default.
Authentication Username:. your VoIP username here.
Password: ........................... your VoIP password here.
Click on Apply. Then click on “Query” and “Register”
Remember to reboot the router for these changes to take effect.
Company
D-Link
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
D-Link DVG-G1402S
Description
54Mbps Wireless VoIP Gateway Quick Installation Guide
Operating Systems
Quick Installation Guide
Size Driver
584Kb
File Name
dvg-g1402s_a1_qig_v1-01.pdf
Info
Connecting the Router to your Computer

A. First, connect the power adapter to the power input at the back panel of the DVG-G1402S and then plug the other end of the power adapter to a wall outlet or power strip. On the front of the device, the Power LED will turn ON to indicate proper operation.
B. Insert one end of the Ethernet cable into an Ethernet (LAN) port on the back panel of the DVG-G1402S and the other end of the cable to an Ethernet Adapter or available Ethernet port on your computer.
C. Insert one end of the Ethernet Cable (blue) to the LAN or Ethernet port on your Cable or DSL modem, and then connect the other end of the cable to the WAN port of the DVG-G1402S.
D. Check the LED display on the front of the Router to confirm that the connections have been made.

Configure IP Settings
For Microsoft Windows XP

Connecting Additional Computers to the DVG-G1402S
Wireless VoIP Router
Using additional Ethernet (CAT5 UTP) cables, connect your Ethernet-equipped computers to the LAN ports on the back panel of the DVG-G1402S.
When you have completed the steps in this Quick Installation Guide, your connected network should look similar to this:

Configuring the Router using the Setup Wizard
The following screens are displayed when you click Run Wizard from the Web configuration Home page, as shown above. Included are typical WAN (Internet) connection examples for Dynamic IP Address (DHCP), Static IP Address, or PPPoE connections. Click Run Wizard on the menu above to view the following Wizard window:
Enter the WLAN channel and SSID you want to use for your WLAN network. Initially, you can accept the default values and change the router’s configuration later.
Enter the Authorization Settings you want to use for your WLAN network. Initially, you can accept the default value (No Auth) and change the router’s configuration later. If you choose use Wireless encryption, click the WEP or WPA-PSK radio button to open the following screen.
No Auth disables Wireless LAN authentication.
Remember that each PC on your Wireless network will have to have identical Authorization Settings as the router to connect.
WEP is for general use and utilizes a Shared Key between cooperating Wireless devices. WEP encrypts the data portion of each frame transmitted from the wireless adapter using one of the predefined keys. Decryption of the data contained in each packet can only be done if the both the receiver and transmitter have the same shared key.
Remember that each PC on your Wireless network will have to have identical Authorization Settings as the router to connect.
WPA-PSK (Pre-Shared Key) uses the same encryption as WPA but is implemented differently. All devices on the wireless network share the same key (a Passphrase). Enter the Passphrase in the field above.
Remember that each PC on your Wireless network will have to have identical Authorization Settings as the router to connect.
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