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WEBGLIDER-460 (TU120AE)

BOCA RESEARCH, INC.

WEBGLIDER-460 (TU120AE)

Card Type

ISDN TA

ISDN Transfer Rate

56Kbps x 2/64Kbps x 2

Switch Type

5ESS, DMS100, NI-1

Data Bus

Serial

CONNECTIONS

Function

Label

Function

Label

DC power in

CN1

ISDN U interface

CN4

Analog adapter 2

CN2

Serial port

CN5

Analog adapter 1

CN3

   

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S) (POWER-UP)

VC

DC

TR

TD

RD

Condition

Blinking

Blinking

Blinking

Blinking

Blinking

Self-test failed

Blinking

Off

Off

Off

Off

Flash RAM test failed

Off

Blinking

Off

Off

Off

Analog adapter 1 test failed

Off

Off

Blinking

Off

Off

Analog adapter 2 test failed

Off

Off

Off

Blinking

Off

ISDN test failed

Off

Off

Blinking

Blinking

Off

RAM test failed

Note: Before the TA begins testing, all LEDs should go on for one second. When testing is complete, if the TA has passed all tests, each LED will go on in sequence from left to right. Any other sequence indicates a problem with the TA.

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S) (NORMAL OPERATION)

LED

Color

Status

Condition

PWR

Unidentified

On

Power is on

PWR

Unidentified

Off

Power is off

VC

Unidentified

On

Voice call connected

VC

Unidentified

Off

Voice call not connected

DC

Unidentified

On

Data call connected

DC

Unidentified

Off

Data call not connected

TR

Unidentified

On

DTR signal is high

TR

Unidentified

Off

DTR signal is low

TD

Unidentified

On

TA is transmitting data

TD

Unidentified

Off

TA is not transmitting data

RD

Unidentified

On

TA is receiving data

RD

Unidentified

Off

TA is not receiving data

DS

Unidentified

On

Signal is synchronized

DS

Unidentified

Blinking

Signal is synchronized but D-channel protocols not established

DS

Unidentified

Off

Signal is not synchronized or ISDN is not connected

SUPPORTED STANDARD COMMANDS

Basic AT Commands

+++, ‘comma’, A/

A, E, H, O, Q, V, W, X, Z

&C, &D, &K, &S, &V, &W, &Z

S-Registers

S0, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S7, S95

Note: See MHI help file for complete information.

Proprietary AT Command Set

ANSWER WITH USER-TO-USER INFORMATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] *A,"xxxx" [cmds]

Description:

Answers the incoming call. If the user enters text in quotes as shown above, and if the switch supports it, the text will be transmitted via the D channel to the remote TA.

COMMUNICATIONS MODE

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Qn [cmds]

Description:

Sets the mode with which the TA will attempt to communicate with the DTE and the remote TA.

Command

Function

í &Q0

AT command mode enabled; TA will communicate with the remote TA in asynchronous mode.

&Q1

DTR dialing enabled; TA will communicate with the remote TA in asynchronous mode.

&Q2

Dial-on-data enabled; TA will communicate with the remote TA in asynchronous mode.

&Q3

AT command mode enabled; TA will communicate with the remote TA with PPP async-to-sync conversion.

&Q4

Configuration command mode enabled. See Proprietary Command Set (Commands) and Proprietary Command Set (Parameters) sections for more information.

CONFIGURATION COMMAND

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] #[param]=nn

AT [cmds] #[param]?

Description:

The first command executes SET [param] nn and the second command executes SHOW [param]. See the Proprietary Command Set (Commands) and Proprietary Command Set (Parameters) sections for more information on these commands and a list of parameters.

DATA COMPRESSION AND CALL BUNDLING

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Bn [cmds]

Description:

Selects data compression and call bundling modes.

Command

Function

í &B0

Data compression and call bundling disabled.

&B1

Data compression enabled, call bundling disabled.

&B2

Data compression disabled, call bundling enabled.

&B3

Data compression and call bundling enabled

DIAL

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] D<#>*n [cmds]

Description:

Dials the number indicated. If specified, the *n indicates the subaddress requested.

DIAL WITH USER-TO-USER INFORMATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] *D/<#>*n/"xxxx" [cmds]

Description:

Dials the number indicated. If specified, the *n indicates the remote subaddress the TA should attempt to connect to. If the user enters text in quotes as shown above, and if the switch supports it, the text will be transmitted via the D channel to the remote TA.

DISCONNECT WITH USER-TO-USER INFORMATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] *H,"xxxx" [cmds]

Description:

Disconnects from the current call. If the user enters text in quotes as shown above, and if the switch supports it, the text will be transmitted via the D channel to the remote TA.

DISPLAY INFORMATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] In [cmds]

Description:

Displays information requested about the modem.

Command

Function

I0

Displays product identification code.

I1

Displays ROM checksum.

I2

Tests and reports ROM checksum.

I3

Displays part number and revision.

I4

Displays product information.

DISPLAY PROFILES

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] &O [cmds]

Description:

Displays all configuration profiles.

EXTENDED RESULT CODES

Format:

AT [cmds] S112=n [cmds]

Default:

3

Range:

0 - 139

Description:

Selects which extended result codes the TA will send to the DTE.

Bit

Value

Function

0

0

í 1

TA sends standard AT result codes.

TA sends extended Boca result codes.

1

0

í 1

Boca extended result codes given in terse format.

Boca extended result codes given in verbose format.

2

0

Not used.

3

í 0

1

TA sends standard AT responses for RING and NO CARRIER.

TA sends caller ID information with RING and cause of disconnect with NO CARRIER.

6 - 4

000

Not used.

7

í 0

1

ALERT extended result code not sent.

ALERT extended result code sent.

FLOW CONTROL

Type:

Register

Format:

AT [cmds] S39=n [cmds]

Description:

Selects the type of flow control the TA will use.

Command

Function

S39=0

Flow control disabled.

S39=1

RTS to CTS flow control enabled.

S39=2

XON/XOFF flow control enabled.

í S39=3

RTS/CTS flow control enabled.

S39=4

XON/XOFF flow control enabled.

INCOMING CALLS

Type:

Register (read-only)

Format:

AT [cmds] S1? [cmds]

Description:

Contains the number of incoming calls that have not been answered or otherwise processed.

LOCAL SERIAL PORT SPEED

Type:

Register

Format:

AT [cmds] S114=n [cmds]

Description:

Sets the speed of the local serial port.

Command

Function

S114=1

Set serial port speed to 1200bps.

S114=2

Set serial port speed to 2400bps.

S114=3

Set serial port speed to 300bps.

S114=4

Set serial port speed to 4800bps.

S114=6

Set serial port speed to 600bps.

S114=9

Set serial port speed to 9600bps.

S114=12

Set serial port speed to 1200bps.

S114=19

Set serial port speed to 19.2Kbps.

S114=24

Set serial port speed to 2400bps.

S114=48

Set serial port speed to 4800bps.

S114=96

Set serial port speed to 9600bps.

S114=38

Set serial port speed to 38.4Kbps.

S114=57

Set serial port speed to 57.6Kbps.

S114=115

Set serial port speed to 115.2Kbps.

S114=192

Set serial port speed to 19.2Kbps.

S114=230

Set serial port speed to 230.4Kbps.

S114=460

Set serial port speed to 460.8Kbps.

LOOP BACK INCOMING DATA - B1 CHANNEL

Type:

Register

Format:

AT [cmds] S141=n [cmds]

Description:

Selects whether the TA will loop all data received on the B1 channel back to the remote TA.

Command

Function

í S141=0

B1 loopback disabled.

S141=1

B1 loopback enabled.

LOOP BACK INCOMING DATA - B2 CHANNEL

Type:

Register

Format:

AT [cmds] S142=n [cmds]

Description:

Selects whether the TA will loop all data received on the B2 channel back to the remote TA.

Command

Function

í S142=0

B2 loopback disabled.

S142=1

B2 loopback enabled.

Proprietary Command Set (Commands)

CLEAR SCREEN

Type:

Immediate

Format:

CLEAR

Example:

CLEAR<CR>

Description:

Clears the terminal screen by sending a series of line feeds to the DTE.

DISPLAY CALL LOG

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SHOW LOG

Example:

SHOW LOG<CR>

Description:

Displays the log of the last 64 calls with the port, time and date, direction (incoming or outgoing), address, and duration.

DISPLAY CONFIGURATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SHOW CONFIG

Example:

SHOW CONFIG<CR>

Description:

Displays the values for all the proprietary mode configuration parameters. See the Proprietary Command Set (Parameters) section for more information.

DISPLAY HELP

Type:

Immediate

Format:

HELP xxxx

Example:

HELP<CR>

Description:

Displays help on the topic indicated. If no topic is given, a list of topics will be displayed.

DISPLAY ISDN STATUS

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SHOW STATUS

Example:

SHOW STATUS<CR>

Description:

Displays the status of the ISDN interfaces.

DISPLAY PARAMETER

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SHOW [param]

Example:

SHOW AUX2 REDIRECT<CR>

Description:

Displays the value or values for the parameter indicated. See the Proprietary Command Set (Parameters) section for more information.

DISPLAY VERSION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SHOW VERSION

Example:

SHOW VERSION<CR>

Description:

Displays the firmware version.

EXIT CONFIGURATION MODE

Type:

Immediate

Format:

EXIT

Example:

EXIT<CR>

Description:

Exits the configuration command line and returns to AT command mode.

SAVE CONFIGURATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

SAVE

Example:

SAVE<CR>

Description:

Saves all configuration information to NVRAM.

SET PARAMETER

Type:

Configuration

Format:

SET [param] nn, aa, bb...

Example:

SET AUTODIAL 5 10 60 1800

Description:

Sets the value or values for the parameter indicated. Depending on the parameter, there may be one or more values listed after the parameter name. In the Parameters section that follows, the text listed in the Format: line should be included after the SET command.

Proprietary Command Set (Parameters)

ANALOG ADAPTER 2 REDIRECTION

Type:

Parameter

Format:

AUX2 REDIRECT xx

Description:

Sets whether calls coming in for analog adapter 2 will be redirected to analog adapter 1.

Command

Function

AUX2 REDIRECT OFF

Calls will not be redirected to analog adapter 1.

AUX2 REDIRECT ON

Calls will be redirected to analog adapter 1.

AUTODIAL

Type:

Parameter

Format:

AUTODIAL aa bb cc dd

Default:

Unidentified

Range:

cc, dd 0 - 3600

Unit:

cc, dd 1 second

Description:

Sets up the number to dial in DTR dialing and dial-on-data mode. aa represents the stored number to dial, bb represents the number of times the TA should attempt to connect, and cc is the amount of time that the TA will wait between redials. dd represents the length of time in dial-on-data mode only that the TA does not receive information before it disconnects.

BLACKLIST

Type:

Parameter

Format:

BLACKLIST n <#>

Description:

Adds the number indicated to the blacklist at storage space n. n must be between 1 and 32.

CALL LOG

Type:

Parameter

Format:

LOG xx

Description:

Sets or resets the internal call log.

Command

Function

LOG CLEAR

Clears the internal call log.

LOG OFF

Turns call logging on.

LOG ON

Turns call logging off.

CALL TYPE

Type:

Parameter

Format:

CALL TYPE xx

Description:

Sets the type of calls the TA will make and receive.

Command

Function

CALL TYPE DATA

ISDN will make and receive data calls.

CALL TYPE VOICE

ISDN will make and receive voice calls.

DATA COMPRESSION AND CALL BUNDLING

Type:

Parameter

Format:

PROFILE n

Description:

Selects data compression and call bundling modes.

Command

Function

í PROFILE 1

Data compression and call bundling disabled.

PROFILE 2

Data compression enabled, call bundling disabled.

PROFILE 3

Data compression disabled, call bundling enabled.

PROFILE 4

Data compression and call bundling enabled

DATA FORMAT

Type:

Parameter

Format:

CHARACTER mm xxxx nn

Description:

Sets the data format of the serial port.

Command

Function

mm=7

Serial port uses 7 data bits.

í mm=8

Serial port uses 8 data bits.

xxxx=EVEN

Serial port uses even parity.

í xxxx=NONE

Serial port uses no parity.

xxxx=ODD

Serial port uses odd parity.

í nn=1

Serial port uses 1 stop bit.

nn=2

Serial port uses 2 stop bits.

DATE

Type:

Parameter

Format:

DATE mm/dd/yy

Description:

Sets the internal clock to the date indicated.

DIALING MODE

Type:

Parameter

Format:

DIALING n

Description:

Selects the method used for dialing phone numbers.

Command

Function

í DIALING AT

AT command mode dialing enabled.

DIALING DATA

Dial-on-data enabled.

DIALING DTR

DTR dialing enabled.

DIRECTORY NUMBER - ANALOG ADAPTER 1

Type:

Parameter

Format:

AUX1 DN <#>

Description:

Sets the DN for the first analog adapter.

DIRECTORY NUMBER - ANALOG ADAPTER 2

Type:

Parameter

Format:

AUX2 DN <#>

Description:

Sets the DN for the second analog adapter.

DIRECTORY NUMBER - ISDN

Type:

Parameter

Format:

RS232 DN <#>

Description:

Sets the DN for the ISDN line for this profile. See the PROFILE command for more information.

DIRECTORY NUMBER INDEX

Type:

Parameter

Format:

DN n <#> ssss

Description:

Sets the DN stored in DN index n. The ssss indicates the SPID associated with that DN.

LOCAL SERIAL PORT SPEED

Type:

Parameter

Format:

SPEED nn

Description:

Sets the speed of the local serial port.

Command

Function

SPEED 300

Set serial port speed to 300bps.

SPEED 600

Set serial port speed to 600bps.

SPEED 1200

Set serial port speed to 1200bps.

SPEED 2400

Set serial port speed to 2400bps.

SPEED 4800

Set serial port speed to 4800bps.

SPEED 9600

Set serial port speed to 9600bps.

SPEED 19200

Set serial port speed to 19.2Kbps.

SPEED 38400

Set serial port speed to 38.4Kbps.

SPEED 57600

Set serial port speed to 57.6Kbps.

SPEED 115200

Set serial port speed to 115.2Kbps.

SPEED 230400

Set serial port speed to 230.4Kbps.

SPEED 460800

Set serial port speed to 460.8Kbps.

SECURITY MODE

Type:

Parameter

Format:

SECURITY xx

Description:

Selects whether the black or the whitelist is used for screening incoming calls, if any.

Command

Function

SECURITY BLACKLIST

Calls in the blacklist are not accepted.

SECURITY OFF

All calls are accepted.

SECURITY WHITELIST

Only calls in the whitelist are accepted.

STORE NUMBER

Type:

Parameter

Format:

STORED NUMBER n <#>

Description:

Stores the phone number indicated in memory location n. n must be between 1 and 32.

SUBADDRESS

Type:

Parameter

Format:

SUBADDRESS <#>

Description:

Sets the subaddress for this profile. See the PROFILE command for more information.

SWITCH TYPE

Type:

Parameter

Format:

NETWORK xx

Description:

Sets the type of switch the TA is connected to.

Command

Function

NETWORK AT5

TA is connected to AT&T 5ESS version 5 switch.

NETWORK AT9

TA is connected to AT&T 5ESS versions 6 through 9 switch.

NETWORK DMS

TA is connected to Northern Telecom DMS-100 switch.

NETWORK NI1

TA is connected to National NI-1 switch.

NETWORK NI2

TA is connected to National NI-2 switch.

TIME

Type:

Parameter

Format:

TIME hh:mm:ss

Description:

Sets the internal clock to the time indicated.

TOPOLOGY

Type:

Parameter

Format:

TOPOLOGY xx

Description:

Sets the topology that the TA will use when it is configured for an AT&T 5ESS switch.

Command

Function

TOPOLOGY MULTIPOINT

Multipoint 5ESS in use.

TOPOLOGY POINT-TO-POINT

Point-to-point 5ESS in use.

WHITELIST

Type:

Parameter

Format:

WHITELIST n <#>

Description:

Adds the number indicated to the whitelist at storage space n. n must be between 1 and 32.

V.120 COMPATIBILITY

Type:

Parameter

Format:

CALL SETUP xx

Description:

Selects how similar the V.120 protocol the TA uses is to the official standard. Some switches and TAs will not connect with full V.120 protocol, so try both settings in these cases.

Command

Function

CALL SETUP MAXIMUM

Sets full V.120 compatible mode.

CALL SETUP MINIMUM

Sets V.120 variant mode.