Cisco Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA) Set-up Guide

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Set up your Cisco Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA)

ATA Setup guide
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ATA – Set-up Tutorial


Learn how to set up your Cisco Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA) 192 device.

Contained in the box (please note, cables may vary in colour)

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1. Connect Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA) to power supply


Take the ATA (E) out of the box. Attach power cable (A) to the NZ power adaptor (B). Then plug power cable into the back of the ATA and into a power outlet. The ATA will turn on within a couple of minutes. When the Power LED is a steady green, the system has booted up successfully.
Power cable being plugged into power jack Connecting power cable to power jack

2. Connect Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA) to phone.


Take the telephone cable from your existing phone or use the supplied telephone cable (C) and plug it into the back of the ATA (E) into PHONE 1. If your device is configured for 2 lines, plug the second line into PHONE 2.
Phone cable connecting to phone jack Connecting phone cable to phone jack

3. Connect Analogue Telephone Adaptor (ATA) to the Internet


Take network cable (D) and plug it into the NETWORK port at the back of the ATA (E). Then plug the other end of the cable into a spare LAN port on your modem or network switch. The Network LED should start to flash green.
Network cable plugging into network jack Connecting network cable to network jack

4. Your Phone line is now ready to use


Your phone will be ready to use when the lights on the ATA (E) are on. You should see a green Phone 1, Network and Power LED for a 1 PHONE configuration and a green Phone 1, Phone 2, Network and Power LED for a 2 PHONE configuration. Please allow up to 2 minutes for this.
ATA lights green ATA lights green

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