DVX-7090 VoIP Router

Quick installation guide

© 2006 D-Link Computer Corp.

D-Link Voice System DVX-7090
VoIP Router for organizations

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Quick installation guide
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To make the DVX-7090 VoIP Router accessible by means of the web interface
you will need a Windows platform connected to the LAN.
To deploy the DVX-7090 VoIP Router, proceed as follows:
1. Unpack the supplied Router box and install it at the intended location
2. Prior to powering on the installed Router for the first time connect it to the
LAN switch through the Ethernet port (second port in the row of ports, see
2 in Fig. 1)

Fig. 1 DVX-7090 front panel

3. You will be able to access the newly installed Router only if the Windows
host that you are using for administration and the VoIP Router box are on
the same network. To ensure this, create a network alias for subnet on the Windows platform you are using to access the
4. To create a network alias, click Start → Control Panel and double click
Network Connections in the displayed Control Panel window.

5. In the displayed view of existing LAN connections double-click Local
Area Connection and press the Properties button on the tab sheet

6. In the appearing Local Area Connection Properties window select the
item Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click the Properties button.

7. In the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties view, click the button

8. Click the Add button in the Advanced TCP/IP Settings window

9. Type 192.168.224.n in the appearing TCP/IP Address dialog. n can be any
number in the 0-255 range. Click the Add button to finalize the procedure.

10. The newly configured alias will appear in the Advanced TCP/IP Settings

11. Power on the installed VoIP Router. It takes some 30-40 seconds to load
and start the VoIP Router applications.
12. Start the Internet Explorer web browser on the Windows platform that you
are using for administration and point it to the URL to access the Router’s logon page.
13. To log on with the administrator’s permissions, use the default login and
password – admin, qwerty.
14. Configure the Router’s WAN properties entering pertinent data in the
WAN settings area of the Configuration page.

15. Change the administrator’s password using the change-password dialog on
the Configuration page.

16. When through with making changes in the system’s configuration click
the button
, and reboot the VoIP Router by clicking the
17. Switch off the VoIP Router box and unplug the networking cable from the
Ethernet port (second port in the row of ports, see 2 in Fig. 1)
18. Plug in the networking cable into the WAN port (first port in the row of
ports, see 1 in Fig. 1) to make the VoIP Router accessible at URL
http://<WAN_IP> where <WAN_IP> is the assigned IP entered in the
field IP address of the WAN settings dialog.
Now you can use any web browser on a remote host pointing it to the VoIP
Router’s IP address to access the Router server and configure the system.

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