NS1000 Web Maintenance Console
Introduction • Web Maintenance Console (Web MC) All features and settings of the PBX can be set through system programming with the Web Maintenance Console. • The following explains the installation procedure, basic structure and operation of the WebMC.
Contents • Chapter 1 Overview • 1-1. Web Maintenance Console • 1-2. Operating Modes • 1-3. User’s Account • Chapter 2 Connections • 2-1. System Requirements • 2-2. Available Connections2-3. Accessing Web MC2-4. Logging into Web MC • Chapter 3 WebMC – Tour • 3-1. Screen Descriptions • 3-2. Button Descriptions • 3-3. SLOT View • Chapter 4 Appendix • Static NAT Setting Example
Chapter 1 Overview
1-1. Web Maintenance Console - Overview • There is only one Programming Tool for KX-NS1000. • The NS1000 WebMC is a web-based application which allows you to manage the PBX system easily. • KX-NS1000 does NOT support Unified PC Maintenance Console (UPCMC) for KX-NCP/TDE/TDA. • KX-NS1000 does NOT support the system programming using proprietary telephones.
1-2. Operating Modes • There are (TBC) two programming modes; Interactive Mode & Batch Mode • Interactive Mode (Allows real-time access and configuration of the PBX system.) • Direct Connection (http) • Via LAN (http) • Via VPN (http) • Via Internet (https) • Off-Line Mode (Configuration is done Off-Line and applied to the PBX at a later date.) TBC • Direct Connection (http) • Via LAN (http) • Via VPN (http) • Via Internet (https)
1-3.User Accounts • Account Levels • The WebMC supports 3 different account types (Access Levels). The number of users who can simultaneously login to the system are shown below. Account Levels Number of Accounts *1The total number of administrator and user accounts combined cannot exceed 1512.
Chapter 2 Connections
2-1.System Requirements • System Requirements TBD
2-2. Available Connections (1/3) • In order to program or manage the PBX, you need to connect your PC to the PBX. • Several connection methods are provided, and here you can see the outline of the direct connection. • 1. Direct Connection (MNT Port) Set the PC as a DHCP client. The MNT port isset as a DHCP server. - Ethernet cable with an RJ45 connector - Maximum Distance: 100 m If the PC has “Gigabit Ethernet interface”, an Ethernet “crossover cable may be needed. It depends on the specification of the PC.
2-2. Available Connections (2/3) Switch Switch • It is also possible to manage the PBX via a LAN or VPN connection. • 2. LAN/VPN Connection (LAN Port) • Via LAN • Via VPN - 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX: CAT 5 or higher - 1000BASE-T: CAT 5e or higher- Maximum length: 100 m - Auto Negotiation: ON- If using VLAN: The switch must be IEEE 802.1Q compliant, and set the port to “Untagged”.
2-2. Available Connections (3/3) Switch • Using the WebMC and suitable network routing, it is possible to access the PBX system via the Internet. Ensure that appropriate security measures are in-place before attempting this. (Firewall etc) • 3. Connection via Internet Specify static NAT (port forwarding) settings to the router. - 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX: CAT 5 or higher - 1000BASE-T: CAT 5e or higher- Maximum length: 100 m - Auto Negotiation: ON- If using VLAN: The switch must be IEEE 802.1Q compliant, and set the port to “Untagged”. The WAN port on the KX-NS1000 is not supported with ver. 1.0.
2-3. Accessing the Web MC There are different addresses depending on Connection Types: When Connecting via MNT Port http://kx-ns1000.(or http://184.108.40.206) Be sure to include the period (.) at the end as shown. “220.127.116.11”: the default IP address of the MNT port = Fixed When Connecting via LAN or VPN http://192.168.0.101/WebMC “192.168.0.101”: the default IP address of the LAN port = Variable 3. When Connecting via Internet (SSL Connection) https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/yyy “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” will be an IP address, and “yyy” will be a port numbers that can be accessed from the internet, for example the IP address and port number of a router. Port forwarding settings must specify the IP address and the port number of the network router ("xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:yyy") to transfer the packets to the PBX in the LAN, so that the packets sent to the global IP address and specified port of the router will be transferred to the IP address and specified The URL is case-sensitive. Enter the uppercase and lowercase letters exactly as shown above.
2-4. LOGIN / LOGOUT (1) • LOGIN • After establishing a connection to Web Maintenance Console, the login window is displayed, and a login name and password must be entered. • Login Restrictions • Up to 33 users may log in at one time to Web Maintenance Console. However, only 1 user may change PBX system settings at a time. (1 Installer / 32 Admin/Users)If a User is making changes, and the Installer logs in, the Installer may override the user’s ability to make changes so that programming can be performed.Users that are logged in to Web Maintenance Console, but do not have the ability to make changes, may only view menus and setting items they would normally be able to edit. • If a user fails to log in three times (wrong password), the failure is recorded in the error log of the PBX and the user cannot log in again for 5min.
2-4. LOGIN / LOGOUT (2) • LOGOUT • Be sure to log out from the Web MC using the Logout button, otherwise any unsaved changes will be lost. • Clicking this button will save any programming changes to the PBX’s Storage Memory Card and log you out of Web Maintenance Console.
Chapter 3 WebMC - Tour
3-1.Screen Descriptions (1/4) • Upon LOGIN, you are presented with the ‘Home’ Screen Home Screen Icon Loads the Home screen. PBX Slaves Displays the Maintenance screen. Displays the Setup screen. Saves the data. Opens the on-line help. PBX Maser Displays the Web MC version info. Saves the data and logs you out. Adds slave units. Displays the Home screenin icon view. Displays the Home screenin list view.
3-1.Screen Descriptions (2/4) • Using the ‘List’ view in the ‘Home’ Screen allows you to see the PBX Type (Master/Slave), IP-Address, MAC address, S/W Version and Region type of all PBXs in a One-Look system. List View PBX Status PBX System Information is shown here.
3-1. Screen Descriptions (3/4) • Setup Screen Setup Screen Icon Connected Site • Setup Screen Tree Items
3-1.Screen Descriptions (4/4) • Maintenance Screen Maintenance Screen Icon Maintenance Screen Tree Items
3-2.Button Descriptions (1/2) • Standard Buttons To save setting while programming, click this button on the Home screen. When this button is clicked to logout of Web Maintenance Console, system data is automatically backed up from the PBX to the Storage Memory Card. NB: Be sure to SAVE your programming frequently
3-2.Button Descriptions (2/2) Deletes the selected row Edits the selected row Adds new entry Remove filter • Each Setting screen has a number of helpful icons available. The available icons will differ, depending on the screen. • Standard Icons Copies Data Fields
3-3.Slot View • In the ‘Settings’ View, the ‘SLOT’ view shows what Physical and Virtual cards are installed. May other system properties or features can also be viewed. ‘Settings’ -> PBX Configuration -> 1. Slot Select ‘Physical’ or ‘Virtual’ Slot View Status Buttons Installed ‘Physical’ Cards
Chapter 4 Appendix
A-1Static NAT Setting Example PBX 1 PBX 1: https://18.104.22.168:8080 PBX 2: https://22.214.171.124:8081 Dynamic NAPT Static NAPT IP Address: 192.168.0.2 Protocol: TCP Web MC Port No.: 443 Local IP Address: 10.75.60.1 Global IP Address: 126.96.36.199 Local IP Address: 192.168.0.1 Global IP Address: 188.8.131.52 PBX 2 IP Address: 10.75.60.2 Internet I/F: a IP Address: 192.168.0.3 Protocol: TCP Web MC Port No.: 443 I/F: b No particular settings