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A50-035910-004 AU
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  • Page 1 Networking Manual A50-035910-004 AU Issue 2.0...
  • Page 2 Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of NEC Corporation. This document has been prepared for the use of employees and customers of NEC Corporation and may not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Section 1 General Overview ..................1-1 Section 2 Manual Organization ................1-1 Section 3 Common Terms ..................1-1 Book 1 – SV9100 K-CCIS Chapter 1 General Information <US Only> Section 1 System Outline ..................1-1 Common Channel Handler (GCD-CCTA) ..........1-2 Section 2 DTI Specifications ...................
  • Page 4 Issue 2.0 2.3.1 Installing COIU-LS1/LG1, GCD-4ODTA, GCD-4DIOPA, or GCD-2BRIA Blades ....................2-4 Section 3 Installing the GCD-CCTA (CCIS Trunk Interface) ......... 2-5 Description ................... 2-5 Installation ................... 2-6 LED Indications ................... 2-6 Connectors ..................2-7 Chapter 3 System Data Programming <US Only> Section 1 K-CCIS Programming ................
  • Page 5 Issue 2.0 Section 5 K-CCIS Features ..................4-5 Automatic Recall – K-CCIS ................4-6 Brokerage Hotline – K-CCIS ................4-8 Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-CCIS ............4-10 Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer – K-CCIS ..........4-14 K-CCIS Call Rerouting .................. 4-18 Call Park Retrieve –...
  • Page 6 Payload Calculation Voice ............5-15 1.5.6 Some Network Considerations ............5-17 Section 2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Chassis Programming ........5-20 Digital Trunk Assignment ..............5-20 VoIP IP Address Assignments ............5-22 Local Numbering Plan Assignment ........... 5-23 Closed Numbering Plan – Using Closed Number Blocks ....5-23 Open Numbering Plan –...
  • Page 7 Local Numbering Plan Assignment ..........5-35 3.1.8 Closed Numbering Plan – Using Closed Number Blocks ....5-36 3.1.9 Tandem Connections ..............5-37 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP K-CCIS and Electra Elite IPK II Programming Ex- ample 2 ....................5-38 3.2.1 Chassis Programming Assignments ..........5-38 3.2.2 Digital Trunk Assignments .............
  • Page 8 Configure IP Trunks ................2-2 Section 4 Example Configurations ................ 2-3 Network Configurations ............... 2-3 UNIVERGE SV9100 IP K-CCIS Programming Example 1 ....2-4 4.2.1 Card Interface Slot Assignment (PRG 10-03 ETU Setup) ....2-5 4.2.2 Digital Trunk Assignments ............... 2-5 4.2.3...
  • Page 9 Example Configuration 1 - Existing Network with Static Addressing ... 3-3 Example Configuration 2 - New Network with Dynamic Addressing ... 3-5 Section 4 Testing the UNIVERGE SV9100 Network Connection ......3-8 Chapter 4 Programming Section 1 Before You Start Programming ............4-1 Section 2 How to Enter Programming Mode ............
  • Page 10 Layer 3 QoS ..................5-21 IP Precedence ................... 5-23 Diffserv (Differentiated Service) ............5-24 Comparison of IP Precedence and Diffserv Values ......5-25 Programming QoS in the UNIVERGE SV9100 System ....5-28 7.7.1 Marking Voice Traffic - Program 84-10-XX ........5-28 7.7.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Voice Protocols ..........
  • Page 11 Issue 2.0 Section 4 Video Support over SIP Trunks ............. 6-6 Section 5 Guide to Feature Programming ............. 6-7 Chapter 7 H.323 Trunking Section 1 Introduction ..................... 7-1 Section 2 H.323 Trunk Implementation ..............7-2 Determine Numbering Plan ..............7-2 Configure VoIPDB Trunk Ports ............
  • Page 12 Issue 2.0 Connecting to an IP Telephone ............8-3 Operation During Power Failure ............8-5 Section 4 LAN Connection ..................8-6 Section 5 Providing Power ..................8-7 Local Power ..................8-7 802.3af Power Over Ethernet (PoE) ........... 8-7 Section 6 Peer-to-Peer .....................
  • Page 13 Issue 2.0 14.2 Checking the Firmware Version ............8-24 14.3 Upgrading Automatically ..............8-24 Section 15 IP Station (SIP Multiline Telephone) ............ 8-26 15.1 IP Phone Registration Modes ............8-26 15.2 General IP Configuration ..............8-28 15.3 VLANs ....................8-29 15.3.1 Logging In on the PC ..............
  • Page 14 Issue 2.0 Section 5 Programming ..................9-13 Configure VoIPDB Networking Information ........9-13 5.1.1 VoIPDB (DSP) Basic Setup ............9-14 5.1.2 VoIP ToS Setup ................9-14 5.1.3 SIP Peer-to-Peer ................9-14 5.1.4 IP Extension Numbering ..............9-15 5.1.5 SIP Extension CODEC Information ..........9-15 5.1.6 SIP Extension Basic Information Setup .........
  • Page 15 Issue 2.0 3.2.4 General limitations ................. 10-9 DSP ....................10-13 E911 ....................10-14 Music on Hold .................. 10-14 Bandwidth ..................10-16 Conference Block ................10-16 Voice Mail ..................10-16 FoIP ....................10-17 Section 4 List of Supported Features in Secondary System ......10-17 Section 5 NetLink Functions ................
  • Page 16 Issue 2.0 Section 16 VoIP Handling ..................10-45 Section 17 NetLink Multi-SIP Carrier ..............10-50 Section 18 How to Enter Programming Mode ............. 10-52 Section 19 How to Exit Programming Mode ............10-53 Section 20 Using Keys to Move Around in the Programs ........10-53 Section 21 Programming Names and Text Messages ........
  • Page 17 Issue 2.0 Chapter 13 AspireNet What is AspireNet? ................13-1 SV9100 PCBs ..................13-2 Available Features ................13-3 Using This Manual ................13-4 Unique Considerations ..............13-4 Required System Programming ............13-5 AspireNet ISDN ................. 13-5 AspireNet IP ..................13-7 2.3.1 System IP Address ................
  • Page 18 Issue 2.0 3.11 Department Calling ................13-29 3.12 Department Step Call ..............13-30 3.13 Direct Inward Dialing (DDI) .............. 13-31 3.14 Direct Inward Line (DIL) ..............13-32 3.15 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) ..........13-33 3.16 Hold ....................13-34 3.17 Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) ..........
  • Page 19 Issue 2.0 AspireNet - ISDN BRI ..............13-164 AspireNet - ISDN PRI ..............13-165 AspireNet - IP ................13-166 5.3.1 VoIP Networking Example ............13-166 5.3.2 Multi-Site Networking Example ..........13-168 SV9100 Networking Manual xvii...
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    Issue 2.0 xviii Table of Contents...
  • Page 21: Section 1 General Information

    LIST OF FIGURES Introduction Book 1 – SV9100 K-CCIS Chapter 1 General Information <US Only> Figure 1-1 K-CCIS System Outline ....................1-1 Figure 1-2 Clock Supply Route .......................1-2 Figure 1-3 K-CCIS System Configuration ..................1-3 Figure 1-4 Frame Configuration of 24-DTI (12 Multiframe) .............1-4 Figure 1-5 Frame Configuration of 24-DTI (24 Multiframe) .............1-6 Figure 1-6...
  • Page 22 Example Configuration 1 - Existing Network with Static IP Address ......3-3 Figure 3-2 Example Configuration 1 - Adding the UNIVERGE SV9100 Chassis to the Network ... 3-5 Figure 3-3 Example Configuration 2 - New Network with Dynamic Addressing ......3-6...
  • Page 23 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-4 TCP/IP Properties Screen ....................3-7 Figure 3-5 Testing the Network Connection ..................3-8 Chapter 4 Programming Chapter 5 Network Design Considerations Figure 5-1 Layer 2 Diagram (802.1Q) .....................5-4 Figure 5-2 Virtual Private Network (VPN) Example .................5-9 Figure 5-3 Network Bottleneck Example ..................5-15 Figure 5-4 Voice and Data Network Implementation ..............5-16...
  • Page 24 Issue 2.0 Figure 8-13 Quick ‘n Easy FTP Server ................... 8-19 Figure 8-14 Quick ‘n Easy FTP Server Configuration ..............8-20 Figure 8-15 DT800/DT700 Encryption .................... 8-28 Figure 8-16 Log In to IP Phone ...................... 8-30 Figure 8-17 LAN Port Settings Window ..................8-31 Figure 8-18 VLAN Mode .........................
  • Page 25 Issue 2.0 Chapter 9 IP Single Line Telephone (SIP) Chapter 10 SV9100 NetLink Figure 10-1 NetLink Fail-Over Example ..................10-2 Figure 10-2 Two SV9100 Systems Connected Via the WAN ............10-6 Figure 10-3 VPN Network .......................10-7 Figure 10-4 NetLink with IP Phones connected via NAPT ..............10-8 Figure 10-5 PRG 51-18-01 with setting of “4”...
  • Page 26 Issue 2.0 xxiv List of Figures...
  • Page 27: Connectors

    LIST OF TABLES Introduction Table I-1 Common Terms and Associated Abbreviations ............1-1 Book 1 – SV9100 K-CCIS Chapter 1 General Information <US Only> Table 1-1 12-Multiframe Bit Assignment ..................1-5 Table 1-2 24-Multiframe Bit Assignment ..................1-6 Chapter 2 Hardware Installation <US Only> Table 2-1 Extension Blade Installation Order Example ..............
  • Page 28 Issue 2.0 Chapter 5 SV9100 IP K-CCIS Table 5-1 VOIPDB LED Indications ................... 5-6 Table 5-2 VOIPDB LED CN1 Transmit/Receive Data Indications ..........5-7 Table 5-3 IP Precedence Values ....................5-11 Table 5-4 ToS Field with IP Precedence Bits ................5-11 Table 5-5 DSCP Code Points and Binary Values ..............
  • Page 29 Issue 2.0 Chapter 5 Network Design Considerations Table 5-1 Type of Service Field (IP Precedence - i Ref. REC 1349) ........5-23 Table 5-2 Diffserv Parameters ....................5-24 Table 5-3 IP Precedence and Diffserv Values Comparison ............. 5-26 Table 5-4 Voice Protocols ......................5-28 Table 5-5 DIffserv Configuration ....................5-29 Table 5-6...
  • Page 30 Issue 2.0 Table 8-3 IP Phone Relocation ....................8-74 Chapter 9 IP Single Line Telephone (SIP) Chapter 10 SV9100 NetLink Table 10-1 VoIP Resource Chart ................... 10-12 Table 10-2 CPU Reset Programs ..................... 10-13 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System ............10-17 Table 10-4 Keys for Entering Data ...................
  • Page 31: Table I-1 Common Terms And Associated Abbreviations

    SV9100 IPLE Ethernet port. IMPORTANT ECTION ENERAL VERVIEW This manuals provides information for networking for the UNIVERGE SV9100 systems. Networking can be accomplished using one of the following methods: SV9100 K-CCIS (US Only)  SV9100 IP K-CCIS ...
  • Page 32 Issue 2.0 Table I-1 Common Terms and Associated Abbreviations (Continued) Term Abbreviation Description GCD-2BRIA BRIU 2-port Basic Rate Interface blade 2BRIU GPZ-2BRIA 2BRIUDB 2-port basic rate daughter board, mounted on BRIUDB the GCD-2BRIA GCD-CCTA CCHU CCIS Trunk Interface blade CCIS CCHU GCD-4COTC 4COIU 4-port loop/ground start trunk blade...
  • Page 33: Book 1 - Sv9100 K-Ccis

    Book 1 – SV9100 K-CCIS...
  • Page 34: System Outline

    <US Only> Chapter 1 This chapter provides a system outline, the name and functions of the circuit cards required, system capacity, time slot assignments, system specifications and network structure considerations for UNIVERGE SV9100 K-CCIS. ECTION YSTEM UTLINE Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS) can interface this system with a Public Network.
  • Page 35: Chapter 1 General Information

    Digital Network When UNIVERGE SV9100 is provided through a digital network, the CCH and T-1 functionality is combined on the GCD-CCTA to provide a fixed path in the TDSW and to transmit and receive common signaling data to/from the distant office through a predetermined channel.
  • Page 36: Dti Specifications

    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-3 K-CCIS System Configuration shows the system configuration of K-CCIS provided using a digital network. Figure 1-3 K-CCIS System Configuration DTI S ECTION PECIFICATIONS The following specifications apply to the GCD-CCTA. Characteristics Output Line Rate 1.544 Mbps + 50 ppm Line Code AMI with ZCS/B8ZS ...
  • Page 37: Figure 1-4 Frame Configuration Of 24-Dti (12 Multiframe)

    Issue 2.0 Input ± Line Rate 1.544 Mbps 200 ppm (130 ppm) Pulse Amplitude (Base to Peak) 1.5 volts ~ 3 volts Frame Synchronization Pattern 100011011100 Input Jitter ITU-T Fig.1/G743 Wander ± 138UI, –193UI or –138UI, +193UI Cable Length from SV9100 to Maximum 196m (655 ft.) with MDF or External Equipment (22 AWG) twisted-pair cable...
  • Page 38: Table 1-1 12-Multiframe Bit Assignment

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-1 12-Multiframe Bit Assignment S-Bit Frame Terminal Signal Number Synchronization (FT) Synchronization (FS) The S-bit is the first bit in each frame.  Frames are repeated in the order shown in this table. SV9100 Networking Manual...
  • Page 39: Figure 1-5 Frame Configuration Of 24-Dti (24 Multiframe)

    Issue 2.0 (Extended Superframe – ESF) Multiframe This frame has 24 Multiframes and each Multiframe has a 24-channel PCM signal (8 bits/channel) and an S (Superframe) bit. Figure 1-5 Frame Configuration of 24-DTI (24 Multiframe) CH24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FRAME 1 FRAME 2...
  • Page 40: Network Structure Considerations

    Determining System Configurations The configuration of the network and the number of lines (channels) is determined by the traffic between each office. The topologies listed in this section are supported in the UNIVERGE SV9100 system KTS-to-KTS structure. Star Topology – Refer to Figure 1-6 Star Topology (KTS-to-KTS or ...
  • Page 41: Figure 1-6 Star Topology (Kts-To-Kts Or Pbx-To-Kts)

    Issue 2.0 Mesh Topology is supported only when the KTS is the end-point in a  PBX-to-KTS network. Refer to Figure 1-8 Mesh Topology (PBX-to-KTS). Figure 1-6 Star Topology (KTS-to-KTS or PBX-to-KTS) Main Hub General Information <US Only>...
  • Page 42: Figure 1-7 Tree Topology (Kts-To-Kts Or Pbx-To-Kts)

    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-7 Tree Topology (KTS-to-KTS or PBX-to-KTS) SV9100 Networking Manual...
  • Page 43: Figure 1-8 Mesh Topology (Pbx-To-Kts)

    NEAX2400 UNIVERGE SV9100 UNIVERGE SV9100 A UNIVERGE SV9100 can be connected to a PBX only as a remote office. The UNIVERGE SV9100 software can register a maximum of 255 point codes in the UNIVERGE SV9100 network. The network must consist of a PBX-to-KTS structure with the KTS programmed as a remote office.
  • Page 44: Figure 1-9 K-Ccis Routes

    Digital Trunk Interface in case two systems are connected by one Digital Link. Figure 1-9 K-CCIS Routes 23 Voice Channels UNIVERGE SV9100 UNIVERGE SV9100 One Common Signaling Channel System A has one GCD-CCTA. One Common Signaling Channel can be assigned even if two Digital Links are connected between two systems.
  • Page 45: Figure 1-11 One Gcd-Ccta Assigned Per Common Signaling Channel

    Figure 1-12 Common Signaling Channel - Example of Incorrect Connection UNIVERGE SV9100 Common Signaling Channels cannot be connected to another GCD-CCTA. Determining the Type of Transmission Lines The transmission lines, available on the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, are digital only GCD-CCTA 1-12...
  • Page 46: Figure 1-13 Point Code Determinations

    Issue 2.0 Determining which Systems Should be the Central Office If using a KTS-to-KTS only network and features such as Voice Mail Integration – K-CCIS are used, the key system that has the voice mail system installed, must be programmed as the Central/Originating Office. All other key systems must be programmed as Remote/Destination offices.
  • Page 47: Figure 1-14 Cch Linking

    Issue 2.0 Data Assignment for System B  CCIS Point Code Remarks Route ID 50-02-03 00002 Assign the Originating Point Code for System B 50-02-04 00001 Assign the Destination Point Code for CCH 1 Data Assignment for System C  CCIS Point Code Remarks...
  • Page 48: Figure 1-15 Circuit Identification Codes (Cic)

    Issue 2.0 Data Assignment for System A  CCIS Point Code Remarks Route ID 50-03-01 None None It is unnecessary to assign system data for this office. Data Assignment for System B  CCIS Point Code Remarks Route ID 50-03-01 00001 Assign the data to create a link between Office A and Office B...
  • Page 49 Issue 2.0 Figure 1-15 Circuit Identification Codes (CIC) 1-16 General Information <US Only>...
  • Page 50: Figure 1-16 Closed Numbering Plan Example

    Issue 2.0 Determining Numbering Plan The Uniform Numbering Plan is the numbering plan in the K-CCIS network. The F-Route (Flexible Route Selection) and the Automatic Route Selection (ARS) feature provide the Open Numbering Plan. When an outgoing call is placed through a K-CCIS link, the originating station number (Office Code and Station Number) and a terminating Station Number are transmitted across the link to the destination office.
  • Page 51 Issue 2.0 Figure 1-16 Closed Numbering Plan Example KTS B KTS A KTS C 2500 2501 2100 2101 2800 2801 When a call is originated from Office A to Office C, 2800 is dialed. 28 00 Station Number Office Location (Access Code analyzed by Program 44-02-01) When using a Closed Numbering Plan, the station numbers can have two to ...
  • Page 52: Figure 1-17 Open Numbering Plan Example

    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-17 Open Numbering Plan Example KTS B Office Code 57 KTS A KTS C Office Code 56 Office Code 58 2100 2101 2100 2101 2100 2101 When a call is originated from Office A to Office C, 8 + 58 + 2100 is dialed. ...
  • Page 53 Issue 2.0 1-20 General Information <US Only>...
  • Page 54: Chapter 2 Hardware Installation Section

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 2 Hardware Installation <US Only> ECTION NSTALLATION RECAUTIONS Preinstallation planning is essential. Advanced planning minimizes installation time, cost, and disruption of the customer business activities. Observe the following precautions when installing the blades to avoid static electricity damage to hardware or exposure to hazardous voltages.
  • Page 55: Busying Out Extension/Line Blades

    Issue 2.0 Busying Out Extension/Line Blades The extension/trunk blades may "busy-out" idle circuits. Extensions/lines cannot make or receive calls during this condition. Calls in progress before the blade is "made-busy" are not affected. The blade can be pulled out without interrupting a call in progress.
  • Page 56: Order Of Installing Extension Blades

    Issue 2.0 Order of Installing Extension Blades The order in which the station blades (ESIU and SLIU) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. To avoid unexpected extension/trunk numbering if the VoIP or Voice Mail Daughter Board register with the system first, install the GCD-CP10 blade after the other types of extension and trunk blades CAUTION are installed.
  • Page 57: Order Of Installing Trunk Blades

    Issue 2.0 Table 2-2 Adding Daughter Board to Chassis Example GCD-16DLCA 125~140 GCD-16DLCA 125~140 GCD-8DLCA 141~156 (with daughter board) The system automatically recognizes each Blade installed in the system. If a Blade was previously installed in a slot and another type of Blade is to be installed in that same slot, the Blade must be removed from the chassis and then the slot definition removed using Program 90-05 prior to installing the new Blade.
  • Page 58: Description

    NSTALLING THE Figure 2-2 GCD-CCTA Blade Description The GCD-CCTA blade is common to both UNIVERGE SV9100 and SV9300 systems. The Common Channel Handler Interface blade is a digital trunk blade that terminates FT1 trunks (up to 24 DS-0 channels) providing a common channel signal interface.
  • Page 59: Installation

    Issue 2.0 Installation Install the GCD-CCTA in any universal slot. LED Indications LED indications for the GCD-CCTA are listed in Table 2-4 GCD-CCTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 2-3 GCD-CCTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit on page 2-7 for LED pattern information.
  • Page 60: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 Figure 2-3 GCD-CCTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit Connectors Table 2-5 GCD-CCTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-45 connector. Refer to Figure 2-2 GCD-CCTA Blade on page 2-5 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the GCD-CCTA blade.
  • Page 61 Issue 2.0 Hardware Installation <US Only>...
  • Page 62: K-Ccis Programming

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 3 System Data Programming <US Only> K-CCIS P ECTION ROGRAMMING This chapter lists the Programs that must be assigned to support K-CCIS. The Programming used depends on the K-CCIS features that are used. The tables provided in this section provide a complete list of the required Programs that support the function (e.g., Digital Trunk Assignment, CCH Assignment, Numbering Plan Assignment).
  • Page 63: Chapter 3 System Data Programming

    Issue 2.0 Table 3-1 Digital Trunk Data Programming Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. Blade Setup Number 10-03-06 – Auto 4 Ports of Ports 8 Ports 12 Ports 16 Ports 20 Ports Blade Setup Wiring 10-03-07 – Auto Cross Type...
  • Page 64: Ccis Assignment

    Issue 2.0 CCIS Assignment Use these programming assignments to set the availability of CCIS. Table 3-2 CCIS Programming Assignments Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 50-01-01 CCIS System Setting – 0=Disable Any CCIS settings lose 1=Enable functionality if this setting is set CCIS Availability Default is 0 to 0.
  • Page 65: Numbering Plan Assignment

    Issue 2.0 Numbering Plan Assignment Use these programming assignments to indicate to the system the number of digits that are assigned to stations, the number of digits assigned to Access Codes, and to assign stations to ports. Table 3-3 Numbering Plan Assignments Program/ Description/ Assigned Data...
  • Page 66: Programming For Open Numbering Plan

    Issue 2.0 Table 3-4 Closed Numbering Plan Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 44-02-03 Dial Analysis Table for 2 = 0 ~ 500 When setting data is 2, refer to (0 = No Setting) Program 44-05 for further routing ARS/F-Route Access –...
  • Page 67 Issue 2.0 Table 3-5 Open Numbering Plan Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 44-05-02 ARS/F-Route Table – 0 = No Setting Enter the number of digits to be 1 ~ 255 = Number of digits deleted from the dialed number. Delete Digits to delete (255 = Delete All)
  • Page 68: Closed Number Programming Example

    Issue 2.0 Closed Number Programming Example This section provides the steps needed to program a closed numbering plan. Step 1: T1 Tie Lines The following diagram is an example of Programs that should be assigned for T1 Tie lines. The example assumes that the system is defaulted with the SV9100 GCD-CCTA card installed.
  • Page 69 Issue 2.0 Step 2: Closed Numbering Plan The following diagram provides an example of Programs that should be assigned for Closed Numbering. The example assumes that Step 1: T1 Tie Lines was completed. AC = Access Code BLK = Closed Numbering Block MB = Memory Block ACG = Access Item Code TT = Trunk Type...
  • Page 70 Issue 2.0 Step 3: K-CCIS Activation The following diagram provides an example of Programs that should be assigned for K-CCIS. The example assumes that Step 1: T1 Tie Lines and Step 2: Closing Number Plan are completed. DSTCCH = Destination Point Code CCH = Control Channel Handler TRK = Trunk ORGCCH = Originating Point Code...
  • Page 71 Issue 2.0 PRG 50-02-04 PRG 50-02-04 PRG 50-02-04 CCIS Route ID1 = Dest. Point Code 2 CCIS Route ID1 = Dest. Point Code 1 CCIS Route ID1 = Dest. Point Code 2 CCIS Route ID2 = Dest. Point Code 3 PRG 50-02-06 CCIS Route ID1 = CCH1 CCIS Route ID2 = CCH2...
  • Page 72: Open Number Programming Example

    Issue 2.0 Open Number Programming Example This sections provides the steps needed to program an open numbering plan. Step 1: T1 Tie Lines The following diagram provides an example of Program and item numbers that should be assigned for T1 Tie lines. The example assumes that each UNIVERGE SV9100 and Electra Elite IPK II system is defaulted with the GCD-CCTA blades installed.
  • Page 73 Issue 2.0 Step 2: Open Numbering Plan The following diagram provides an example of Programs and item numbers that should be assigned for Open Numbering. The example assumes that Step 1: T1 Tie Lines was completed. Abbreviations used in the diagram: AC = Access Code ACG = Access Item Code MB = Memory Block...
  • Page 74 Issue 2.0 PRG 44-05-02 PRG 44-05-02 PRG 44-05-02 F-Route TBL1; Delete Digit = 3 F-Route TBL2: Delete Digit = 3 F-Route TBL2; Delete Digit = 3 PRG 44-05-09 PRG 44-05-09 PRG 44-05-09 F-Route TBL2; Max Digit = 6 F-Route TBL1: Max Digit = 6 F-Route TBL2;...
  • Page 75 Issue 2.0 PRG 50-02-02 PRG 50-02-02 PRG 50-02-02 CCIS Route ID1 = 56K CCIS Route ID1 = 56K CCIS Route ID1 = 56K CCIS Route ID2 = 56K PRG 50-02-03 PRG 50-02-03 PRG 50-02-03 CCIS Route ID1 = Org. Point Code 1 CCIS Route ID1 = Org.
  • Page 76: Dedicated Tandem Co Trunk Calls

    MAIN site using Flexible Routing (F-Routes) and Automatic Route Selection (ARS). The example assumes that the UNIVERGE SV9100 systems are connected via K-CCIS and using Closed Numbering Plan. All local calls are 10-digit dial and all 1+ calls are 11-digit dial. Only one CO Trunk is set for 911 in the REMOTE system.
  • Page 77 Issue 2.0 PRG 44-02-02 Analysis TBL1 = F-Route Analysis TBL2 = F-Route PRG 44-02-03 Analysis TBL1 = Data F-Route 2 Analysis TBL2 = Data F-Route 3 PRG 44-05-01 F-Route TBL1 = TG 10 F-Route TBL2 = TG 10 F-Route TBL3 = TG 10 PRG 44-05-08 F-Route TBL1 = ARS Treatment TBL1 PRG 44-05-09...
  • Page 78: Shared Tandem Co Trunk Calls

    CO lines for reducing Long Distance calls using Automatic Route Selection (ARS). The example assumes that the UNIVERGE SV9100 systems are connected via K-CCIS and using Closed Numbering Plan. All local calls are 10-digit dial and all 1+ calls are 11-digit dial.
  • Page 79 Issue 2.0 PRG 26-02-03 PRG 26-02-03 ARS Analysis TBL1 = F-Route TBL1 ARS Analysis TBL1 = F-Route TBL1 ARS Analysis TBL2 = F-Route TBL1 ARS Analysis TBL2 = F-Route TBL1 ARS Analysis TBL3 = Add Data TG 01 ARS Analysis TBL3 = Add Data TG 01 PRG 44-05-01 PRG 44-05-01 F-Route TBL1 = TG 10...
  • Page 80: Chapter 4 Features And Specifications

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 4 Features and Specifications ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS) allows multiple systems to be connected together to provide additional feature compatibility, above what normal Tie Lines provide. The system is configured with the 24-channel GCD-CCTA (T-1/CCH) for receiving or transmitting common signaling data from/to a distant office.
  • Page 81: System Availability

    Issue 2.0  Hot Line – K-CCIS on page 4-76  Multiple Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-CCIS on page 4-82  Multiple Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer - K-CCIS on page 4-87  Paging Access – K-CCIS on page 4-92 ...
  • Page 82: Service Conditions

    When an UNIVERGE SV9100 system is a tandem system (in the middle)  between systems with higher K-CCIS feature support (including NEAX PBXs),...
  • Page 83: Chapter 4 Features And Specifications

    When a system has two or more CCH channels, the same originating point code  must be assigned to all channels in the system. The UNIVERGE SV9100 can have a maximum of 255 codes assigned to distant  systems. Using an UNIVERGE SV9100-to-UNIVERGE SV9100 network, centralized ...
  • Page 84: Related Feature List

    Issue 2.0 Internal Calls, transferred calls, and K-CCIS calls do not provide Caller ID to  single line telephones. Caller ID Call Return feature is not supported with K-CCIS calls.  ECTION ELATED EATURE  T1 Connections  Universal Slots K-CCIS F ECTION EATURES...
  • Page 85: Automatic Recall - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Automatic Recall – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows a call to be release transferred to another station in another office in the K-CCIS network and recall back to the originator of the transfer after a programmed time. YSTEM VAILABILITY All Terminals...
  • Page 86 If PRG 34-07-05 is left at default (30) the transferred call recalls to the station  that performed the transfer when not answered. A UNIVERGE SV9100 station can receive a K-CCIS transferred call as a  camp-on call if allowed by Class of Service.
  • Page 87: Brokerage Hotline - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Brokerage Hotline – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature provides a ringdown connection between two stations, each using a multiline terminal, in different offices in the CCIS network. YSTEM VAILABILITY All Terminals Required Components: GCD-CCTA - OR - GPZ-IPLE PERATING ROCEDURES To use this feature at any terminal:...
  • Page 88 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Call Transfer – All Calls - K-CCIS  Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS  Uniform Numbering Plan – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 15-07-01 Programmable Function Keys 01 = DSS / One-Touch Assign a DSS/One Touch key of the station in the Distant Office.
  • Page 89: Call Forwarding - All Calls K-Ccis

    Attendant position if allowed by Class of Service (COS). Attendant Positions can be used to cancel Call Forward – All Call system-wide. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 90 Issue 2.0 To set Call Forward – All Calls – K-CCIS from a Multiline Telephone (Open Numbering Plan): Press the Call Forward – All ON/OFF key. Dial 1 to set. Dial the trunk Access Code (normally 9). Dial the Office Code number. Dial the distant K-CCIS station number.
  • Page 91 Issue 2.0 number. Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer must be allowed in PRG 14-01-13 (Trunk-to-Trunk  Transfer Yes/No Selection). A Single Line Telephone user can transfer a trunk call to another internal station  that is set for Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-CCIS, however, when the distant party answers the call, a conference cannot be established.
  • Page 92 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 20-13-06 Class of Service Options 0 = Off Must be Off for Call Forward – Busy to operate. (Supplementary Service) – 1 = On Automatic Off Hook Signaling (Automatic Override) Default is 1 15-07-01 Programmable Function...
  • Page 93: Call Forwarding - Busy/No Answer - K-Ccis

    Attendant, in another office in the K-CCIS network. The activation and cancellation of this feature may be accomplished by either the station user or an Attendant position, if allowed by Class of Service (COS). For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 94 Issue 2.0 To set Call Forward – Busy/No Answer - K-CCIS from a Multiline Telephone (Open Numbering Plan): Press the Call Forward – Busy/No Answer ON/OFF key. Dial 1 to set. Dial the trunk Access Code (normally 8). Dial the Office Code number. Dial the distant K-CCIS station number.
  • Page 95 Issue 2.0 Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer must be allowed in PRG 14-01-13 for each trunk  (Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer Yes/No Selection). A Single Line Telephone user can transfer a trunk call to another internal station  that is set for Call Forwarding – All Calls - K-CCIS, however, when the distant party answers the call, a conference cannot be established.
  • Page 96 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 15-07-01 Programmable Function 10 = Call Forward – Service Codes: Keys Immediate 11 = Call Forward – Busy 12 = Call Forward – No Answer 13 = Call Forward – Busy No Answer 14-01-13 Basic Trunk Data Setup –...
  • Page 97: K-Ccis Call Rerouting

    Issue 2.0 K-CCIS Call Rerouting EATURE ESCRIPTION The CCIS Call Rerouting feature allows a system to use multiple call routing priorities when remote system trunks are all busy. The four priorities can be local or remote trunks. For example using ARS and F-Route table priorities the system can try up to four remote systems or up to three remote systems and a local trunk to route the outbound call to its destination.
  • Page 98 Issue 2.0 K-CCISoIP License (5012) ERVICE ONDITIONS General: The originating system must have a dial treatment of D019RE where 9 is the  ARS trunk access code in the destination system for this feature to work. ARS must be enabled in all systems for this feature to work. ...
  • Page 99 Issue 2.0 Programming Example The following example will use the first two priorities of System A to route 10 digit local calls out trunk group one of System B and if that fails the call is routed out trunk group one of System A. This example assumes the following: System A has local trunks 1-8 in trunk group 1.
  • Page 100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-1 Programming Example (Continued) System A System B Program Description Setting Setting 44-02-02 Closed numbering setup – Set to F- Route table (2). 44-02-03 Closed numbering setup – Set to use F-Route table 1 for intercom calls. 44-05-01 Closed numbering setup –...
  • Page 101 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. . Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-12-01 GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IP Address 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 Default = 192.168.0.10 Should be set to 0.0.0.0 when using PRG 10- 128.0.0.1 ~ 191.254.255.254 12-09.
  • Page 102 Issue 2.0 Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 11-02-01 Extension Numbering Maximum of eight digits. 1 101 Assign extension numbers to extension ports. 2 102 The telephone programming identity follows the port number – not the extension number. 99 199 100 3101 199 3200 200 3201...
  • Page 103 Issue 2.0 Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 26-01-01 Automatic Route Selection Service – ARS 0 = Disabled (ARS service is Default = 0 Service Off) ARS must be enabled in all system for this 1 = Enabled (ARS service is On) feature to work.
  • Page 104 Issue 2.0 Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 26-02-02 Dial Analysis Table for ARS – ARS Service 0 = No Service (Call Restricted) Default = 0 Type 1 = Route to Trunk Group For each Dial Analysis Table used (1~2000), 2 = Select F-Route Access select Service Type 2 –...
  • Page 105 Issue 2.0 Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 44-02-03 Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access 1 = Delete Digit = 0 ~ 255 Default = 0 – Additional Data (255: Delete All Digits) If a Service Type is set to F-Route in Program 2 = 0 ~ 500 44-02-02, set which F-Route table to use.
  • Page 106 Issue 2.0 Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 50-03-01 CCIS Destination System Settings – 0 ~ 16367 Default = 0 Destination Point Code Assign the destination transfer point code for Tandem KTS. 50-03-03 CCIS Destination System xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Default = 0.0.0.0 Settings –...
  • Page 107: Call Park Retrieve - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Call Park Retrieve – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows a station user to retrieve Parked Calls at remote sites across K-CCIS. Locally parked calls can be retrieved from a remote system, connected via K-CCIS, by dialing the Call Park Hold Group Number, plus the park orbit location. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type:...
  • Page 108 The digit ( ) cannot be used in conjunction with IP K-CCIS.   When the UNIVERGE SV9100 is connected to the Electra Elite IPK II, the  maximum digits assignment in the UNIVERGE SV9100 is determined by Program 44-05-09.
  • Page 109 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Park Originate System Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-12-32 Answer for Park *6 (default) This varies based on the K-CCIS network configuration and PRG 11-01-01.
  • Page 110 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 44-02-03 Dial Analysis Table for ARS/ 0 = No setting Enter additional data required for the Service Type F-Route Access – 1 = Delete Digits = 0~255 selected in PRG 44-02-02. Additional Data (255 = delete all digits)
  • Page 111: Table 4-1 Programming Example

    Issue 2.0 Programming Example: For the following example, to retrieve a call which is parked, use the following access codes from any system: Electra Elite IPK II SV9100 U NIVERGE SV8100 U NIVERGE SV8100 SV9100 DPC 3 DPC 1 DPC 2 CCIS CCIS DT I...
  • Page 112 Issue 2.0 System A (101s) System B (201s) System C (301s) PRG 44-02-01 PRG 44-02-01 PRG 44-02-01 Table 2 = Dial 502 Table 2 = Dial 501 Table 2 = Dial 501 (ARS Table #4) (Park Retrieve System A) (Park Retrieve System A) (Park Retrieve System B) PRG 44-02-01 PRG 44-02-01...
  • Page 113: Call Transfer - All Calls - K-Ccis

    This feature allows a station user to transfer incoming or outgoing Central Office, intraoffice, and interoffice calls to another station in the K-CCIS network without Attendant assistance. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 114 Restore the handset (transfer is completed). ERVICE ONDITIONS General: A UNIVERGE SV9100 station can receive a K-CCIS transferred call as a  camp-on call if allowed by Class of Service. Restrictions: Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer must be allowed in Program 14-01-13 (Trunk-to-Trunk ...
  • Page 115 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 20-09-07 Class of Service Options 0 = Off To enable receiving Call Queuing. (Incoming Call Service) – 1 = On Call Queuing Default is 0...
  • Page 116: Calling Name Display - K-Ccis

    For incoming or outgoing K-CCIS calls, the Calling/Called Name and Number  are displayed for the entire length of the call including the Elapsed Call Time. ESTRICTIONS In the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, only 12 digits/characters can be entered for  each station name. SV9100 Networking Manual...
  • Page 117 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Calling Number Display – K-CCIS  Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS  Uniform Numbering Plan – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No.
  • Page 118: Calling Number Display - K-Ccis

    ESCRIPTION This feature permits the number of a calling or called party at another switching office, to be displayed on a multiline terminal through the K-CCIS network. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 119 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Calling Name Display – K-CCIS  Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS  Uniform Numbering Plan – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No.
  • Page 120: Calling Party Number (Cpn) Presentation From Station - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Calling Party Number (CPN) Presentation from Station – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION Calling Party Number (CPN) Presentation from Station K-CCIS feature allows each station of the remote systems a unique 10-digit number (the DID number of the originating station) to be sent out over the PRI circuit of the main system. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type:...
  • Page 121 Issue 2.0 outbound call. The Calling Party Number (CPN) is not sent to the network when the originating  station of the remote system calls a station in the main system that is call forwarded off site. ELATED EATURE  ISDN Compatibility ...
  • Page 122: Centralized Billing - K-Ccis

    The UNIVERGE SV9100 can send billing information to a billing center office (NEAX2000/2400), but cannot receive the billing information as the billing center office. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 123 With the UNIVERGE SV9100, trunk type (e.g., analog or ISDN) information is  not reported to the billing center office. When the K-CCIS link is down due to network trouble, the UNIVERGE SV9100  system does not provide an SMDR alarm indication.
  • Page 124 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. For Centralized Billing Installation Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection Basic Trunk Data Setup – 0 = Off Enable Outgoing Caller ID through Mode for Trunk-to-Trunk 1 = On each CCIS trunk to enable CPN information...
  • Page 125 Issue 2.0 For Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. System Options for 0~64800 seconds The system waits for this time to expire before 21-01-03 Outgoing Calls – Trunk Default is 5 placing the call. Interdigit Time (External) SMDR Options –...
  • Page 126: Centralized Blf (K-Ccis)

    Centralized BLF (K-CCIS). Pressing the Centralized DSS/BLF key allows direct access to the station through the K-CCIS network. Do Not Disturb and Voice Mail Message Waiting on Line key indication are also supported. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 127: Section 3 Service Conditions

    Issue 2.0 Using a Feature Access or a One-Touch key programmed for Centralized DSS/BLF: Press the programmed Feature Access or One-Touch key. Hear ringback tone. When the called party answers, lift the handset or talk using handsfree if allowed. ERVICE ONDITIONS General: Voice Mail Message Waiting on Line Key indication is supported for Centralized...
  • Page 128 The BLF information is expelled when data cannot be sent if the K-CCIS link is  down. The UNIVERGE SV9100 does not send BLF information again when the K-CCIS link is restored. BLF messages can be forwarded up to eight times in the network. When ...
  • Page 129 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Do Not Disturb (DND)  Feature Access – User Programmable  Voice Mail Message Indication on Line Keys UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING YSTEM This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. (For Sending System) Program/ Description/Selection...
  • Page 130 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. CCIS Centralized BLF 0 = 4 seconds Assign BLF sending interval to each sending Interval Time Assignment – 1 = 8 seconds system. 50-10-01 Type of Interval Time 2 = 12 seconds 3 = 16 seconds Default is 0 (For Receiving System)
  • Page 131: Centralized Day/Night Mode Change - K-Ccis

    When a UNIVERGE SV9100 system is connected to another UNIVERGE SV9100 system, the main office can control remote offices. When connected to a NEAX2400, the UNIVERGE SV9100 can be used only as a remote office. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual.
  • Page 132  system-wide K-CCIS Day/Night mode switch command only. Individual Night Service Groups Mode switching is not supported. When an UNIVERGE SV9100 receives the K-CCIS Day/Night Mode switch  command from a main office, the remote office changes all Night Service Groups to the requested mode.
  • Page 133 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Assigned Night Answer (ANA)  Authorization Code  Automatic Day/Night Mode Switching  Centralized Billing – K-CCIS  Code Restriction  Dial Access to Attendant – K-CCIS  Direct Inward Termination (DIT)  Flexible Ringing Assignment ...
  • Page 134 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. CCIS Centralized Day/Night Send Group (1~16) Select the Remote Office to send Day/Night Switching Sending Group CCIS Route ID (0~8) Switching control message. 50-11-02 Assignment – CCIS Route 0 = No Setting Default is 0 CCIS Centralized Day/Night Day Mode = Mode 1~8...
  • Page 135 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. DSS Console Key Key Number (001~114) Customize key assignments for DSS Consoles Assignment 00~99 = General 1~32. Functional Level 30-03-01 *00~*99 = Appearance Functional level Default is extensions. 101~160 Class of Service Options 0 = Off (Administrator Level) –...
  • Page 136: Centralized E911 - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Centralized E911 – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows a remote system to transmit a Calling Party Number to the 911 Emergency System over a K-CCIS direct or tandem connection. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type: All Stations Required Components GCD-CCTA - OR - GPZ-IPLE...
  • Page 137 Issue 2.0 dispatcher from hearing the caller. It is recommended that this option be kept at its default setting of 0 to prevent any problems with dialing 911. The attendant receives a notification each time a co-worker dials an emergency ...
  • Page 138 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection Class of Service Options 0=Off Determine if the ISDN calling line 20-08-13 (Outgoing Call Service) – ISDN 1=On identity presentation and screening CLIP...
  • Page 139: Dial Access To Attendant - K-Ccis

    Operator to the call originator as the name.  Shows Office Code if using Open Numbering Plan. If using an Open Numbering Plan, and a call is made to an UNIVERGE SV9100  Attendant Position, the operator office code is included with the name.
  • Page 140 When a NEAX Desk Console Attendant Position calls an UNIVERGE SV9100  station, the UNIVERGE SV9100 station does not store the call in the Caller ID Scrolling feature. This call record can be printed on SMDR without Caller ID information.
  • Page 141 Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-01-01 System Numbering Default is Refer to UNIVERGE SV9100 Programming 0 = 1 digit; F-Route Manual for all options and default settings. 44-02-01 Dial analysis Table for ARS/ Analysis Table 1 = 0 Assign access code (up to eight digits) to dial the F-Route Access –...
  • Page 142 44-05-10 ARS/F-Route Table – CCIS 0~16367 Assign remote IP Destination Point Code. over IP Destination Point Code Default is 0 Programming Example (Dest PC) Electra Elite UNIVERGE UNIVERGE SV9100 CCIS CCIS IPK II SV9100 GCD-CCTATI GCD- CCTATI Cabinet 1 Cabinet...
  • Page 143 Issue 2.0 System A (101s) System B (201s) System C (301s) Program 44-05-09 Program 44-05-09 Table 1 = Max Digit 1 Table 1 = Max Digit 1 * Program 44-05-10 *Program 44-05-10 F-Route Table 1 DPC = 1 F-Route Table 1 DPC = 1 * For CCISoIP Programming only.
  • Page 144: Direct Inward Dialing - K-Ccis

    This feature allows an incoming DID call (centralized DID) to be routed directly across a K-CCIS link to reach a station in the remote system without Attendant assistance. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 145 Issue 2.0 Restrictions: Program 20-02-15 (Caller ID Display Mode) must be set to 0 to display the DID  Name on incoming calls. Refer to the Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS) feature for more details related to Single Line Telephone and IP (K-CCIS) support. ELATED EATURE ...
  • Page 146: Dual Hold - K-Ccis

    This feature allows two connected Multiline Telephones to be placed on hold simultaneously over the K-CCIS link. This enables the held parties to answer or originate a call from a secondary line or intercom path. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 147 Timer Class Timer Refer to Flexible Assign times. These timers are referred when a Assignment Timeouts in the class is set to any number from 1 to 16 in PRG UNIVERGE SV9100 20-29-01/20-30-01. Features and Specifications Manual for more Flexible Time details.
  • Page 148: Elapsed Time Display - K-Ccis

    This feature provides an Elapsed Call Time on the LCD which shows the duration of time that a multiline terminal is connected to any call through the K-CCIS network. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual.
  • Page 149 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 20-13-36 Class of Service Options 0 = Off Turn off the extension Call Timer.
  • Page 150: Flexible Numbering Of Stations - K-Ccis

    1000000 ~ 1000009 1000010 ~ 1000019 1000020 ~ 1000029 8-digit station numbers 10000000 ~ 10000010 ~ 10000020 ~ 10000009 10000019 10000029 For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type: All Stations Required Components: GCD-CCTA...
  • Page 151 Tenant service is not provided, i.e., numbers cannot be duplicated for different  tenants. Extension numbers should not start with 0,9,* or #.  For non-K-CCIS feature support, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual, Flexible Numbering Plan feature. ELATED EATURE ...
  • Page 152 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-20-01 Dial Extension Analyze Valid entries: Table – Dial (up to eight 0, 1~9,  digits) Use tables 01~128 to assign the digits to be dialed using the Dial Extension Analyze Tables. These tables are used when Program 11-01-01 is set to option 9 = Dial...
  • Page 153: Handsfree Answerback - K-Ccis

    Handsfree Answerback – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows Multiline Telephone station users to respond to voice calls through a K-CCIS network without lifting the handset. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type:...
  • Page 154 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Voice Calls – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-16-03 Single Digit Service code Default is 1 Customize the one-digit Service Code used when a Setup –...
  • Page 155: Hot Line - K-Ccis

    EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows two stations at different nodes in the K-CCIS network to be mutually associated on automatic ringdown through the K-CCIS network. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type:...
  • Page 156 Issue 2.0  Call Transfer – All Calls - K-CCIS  Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS  Uniform Numbering Plan – K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/Item Description/ Assigned Data Comments Selection Basic Extension Data Setup –...
  • Page 157: Link Reconnect - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Link Reconnect – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature provides the system that is connected to a K-CCIS network with the ability to release the redundant K-CCIS link connections and reconnect the link with the system for efficient usage of the K-CCIS trunks. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type:...
  • Page 158: Figure 4-1 Link Reconnect For Station Calls

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-1 Link Reconnect for Station Calls System A System B System A System B After Reconnect Before Reconnect Stations 101, 102, and 201 must be multiline terminals.  When Station A holds the call or is in the conference, Link Reconnect is not provided. A trunk call (CO/PBX/TIE/DID/K-CCIS) over a K-CCIS network is transferred or ...
  • Page 159: Figure 4-2 Link Reconnect For Trunk Tandem Calls

    Issue 2.0 Figure 4-2 Link Reconnect for Trunk Tandem Calls Call Forward to CO Line PSTN System A System B Call Forward to External Party Voice Path after Call Forwarding PSTN System B System A Call Forward to External Party After Reconnect Before Reconnect Link reconnect occurs after answering a transferred or forwarded K-CCIS call.
  • Page 160 Issue 2.0 When Connecting a SV9100 to a NEAX PBX, Link reconnect needs to be  turned off in the PBX to the SV9100. ELATED EATURE  Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-CCIS  Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer – K-CCIS ...
  • Page 161: Multiple Call Forwarding - All Calls - K-Ccis

    EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows a Multiple Call Forwarding – All Calls sequence to be forwarded over a K-CCIS network to a station in another office. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY...
  • Page 162 Issue 2.0 To set Call Forward – All Calls – K-CCIS from a Multiline Telephone (Open Numbering Plan): Press the Call Forward – All Call ON/OFF key, and Dial 1 to set. Dial the trunk Access Code (normally 8). Dial the Office Code number. Dial the distant K-CCIS station number.
  • Page 163: Figure 4-3 Multiple Call Forwarding Over K-Ccis Links For All Calls

    Issue 2.0 For multiple Call Forwarding – All Calls/Busy (Immediate) calls, the display on  the calling party Multiline Telephone displays the terminating station user name and the station number for the first station of a distant system in the Multiple Call Forwarding group.
  • Page 164 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-3 Multiple Call Forwarding over K-CCIS Links for All Calls Offic Offic Offic Offic  Coun Coun Coun     Number of Call Forwards over Multiple Call Forwarding K-CCIS = 2 Over K-CCIS Office Allowed Office Allowed Office...
  • Page 165 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/Item Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments 20-06-01 Class of Service for 0~15 Default: Ext.101 is in Class 15. All others are in Extensions Class 1.
  • Page 166: Multiple Call Forwarding - Busy/No Answer - K-Ccis

    EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows a Multiple Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer sequence to be forwarded over a K-CCIS network to a station in another office. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY...
  • Page 167 Issue 2.0 To set Call Forward – Busy/No Answer - K-CCIS from a Multiline Telephone (Open Numbering Plan): Press the Call Forward – Busy/No Answer ON/OFF key. Dial 1 to set. Dial the trunk Access Code (normally 8). Dial the Office Code number. Dial the distant K-CCIS station number.
  • Page 168 Issue 2.0 To cancel for any station for Attendant Positions only: Pick up the handset or press Speaker. Dial the Call Forward Busy/No Answer for any Extension to Destination Service Code (default: 793). Dial 0 (Cancel). Dial the station number, which is forwarded. Press Speaker or hang up.
  • Page 169: Figure 4-4 Multiple Call Forwarding Over K-Ccis Links For Busy/No Answer

    Issue 2.0 in Program 50-05-01 (K-CCIS Maximum Call Forwarding Hop Assignment). Multiple Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-CCIS can forward a call a maximum of  seven times across K-CCIS link (maximum of seven hops) depending on system data assignments. An example of Multiple Call Forwarding over a K-CCIS link as shown Figure 4-4 ...
  • Page 170 Issue 2.0 UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING This guide provides a list of associated Programs that support this feature. Program/Item Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments 20-06-01 Class of Service for 0~15 Default: Ext.101 is in Class 15. All others are in Extensions Class 1.
  • Page 171: Paging Access - K-Ccis

    K-CCIS network. Local stations where the external paging equipment is installed can use the Meet-Me Answer feature to answer the page and establish a station-to-station K-CCIS call. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 172 Paging Access – (K-CCIS). Restrictions: Amplifiers and speakers must be locally provided.  Combined Paging is not supported over K-CCIS.  Internal Paging across K-CCIS is supported only between UNIVERGE SV9100  and UNIVERGE SV9100. ELATED EATURE  Background Music Over External Speakers ...
  • Page 173 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-12-22 Service Code Setup Default is 765 The Service Code assigned in this Program is used (Service Access) – Meet for Meet Me Answer to External Paging. Me Answer to External Paging 15-07-01 Programmable Function...
  • Page 174 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 31-06-01 External Speaker Control – 0 = No Tone Enable Splash Tone before paging. Broadcast Splash Tone 1 = Splash Tone before Paging (Paging Start 2 = Chime Tone Tone) Default is 2 31-06-02 External Speaker Control –...
  • Page 175 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 44-05-01 ARS/F-Route Table – Trunk 0 = Not Set Select trunk group number used for outgoing ARS Group Number 1 ~ 100 = Trunk Group calls. from 14-05 Setting 255 = Internal Extension Call. 101 ~ 150 Networking 255 = Extension Call Default is 0...
  • Page 176 Issue 2.0 Programming Example (External) Paging Access for System A = 511(0~9) Paging Access for System B = 512(0~9) System A (101s) System B (201s) PRG 11-01-01 PRG 11-01-01 51 = 2 digits: F-Route 51 = 2 digits: F-Route PRG 11-12-20 PRG 11-12-20 External Paging = 703 External Paging = 703...
  • Page 177 Issue 2.0 System A (101s) System B (201s) PRG 44-05-03 PRG 44-05-03 Table 1 = Add Dial 1 Table 1 = Add Dial 1 Table 2 = Add Dial 0 Table 2 = Add Dial 0 PRG 44-05-09 PRG 44-05-09 Table 1 = Max Digit 0 Table 1 = Max Digit 0 Table 2 = Max Digit 4...
  • Page 178 Issue 2.0 System A (101’s) System B (201’s) Program 44-06-01 Program 44-06-01 Table 1 = Dial 701 Table 1 = Dial 701 SV9100 Networking Manual 4-99...
  • Page 179: Quick Transfer To Voice Mail - K-Ccis

    Issue 2.0 Quick Transfer to Voice Mail – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION A station user transferring a call can force the call to be transferred to the called party voice mail box after the transferred call recalls, after an internal station number is dialed while performing a screened transfer, or during intercom calls.
  • Page 180 Issue 2.0 ERVICE ONDITIONS General: The Quick Transfer to Voice Mail feature is allowed when:  Listening to the ring back tone (RBT)  Listening to the call waiting tone (CWT)  In Handsfree Answerback Mode  In Voice Over Mode ...
  • Page 181 Default not assigned. Number for Remote Sites. Voice Mail Number Default is No Setting Programming Example T1 CCIS T1 CCIS UNIVERGE UNIVERGE SV9100 Electra Elite IPK II SV9100 Voice Mail Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Cabinet 1 Slot 4...
  • Page 182: Station-To-Station Calling - K-Ccis

    Station-to-Station Calling – K-CCIS EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature permits any multiline terminal user to dial another multiline terminal directly through a K-CCIS network. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY Terminal Type: All multiline terminals...
  • Page 183 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Call Transfer – All Calls - K-CCIS  Calling Name Display – K-CCIS  Calling Number Display – K-CCIS  Dual Hold – K-CCIS  Elapsed Time Display – K-CCIS  Flexible Numbering of Stations – K-CCIS ...
  • Page 184: Uniform Numbering Plan - K-Ccis

    In the second plan, the station user dials a one-, two- or three-digit office code and a telephone number from two to eight digits. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM...
  • Page 185 Issue 2.0 ERVICE ONDITIONS General: In a closed numbering plan, the location of the office can be identified by the  first digit or first two digits of the telephone number. In an open numbering plan, each office in the K-CCIS network is assigned a ...
  • Page 186: Voice Call - K -Ccis

    ERVICE ONDITIONS General: The UNIVERGE SV9100 can assign a Feature Access/One Touch Button as a  Voice Call key. This performs the same operation as pressing 1. Any station in the same system can use Directed Call Pick Up to retrieve the ...
  • Page 187 Issue 2.0 During Voice Call, the ICM Key is flashing (Red).  Restrictions: The calling party must wait for at least one ring back before Voice Call is  attempted. After the calling party changes ring back to Voice Call, it cannot be changed ...
  • Page 188: Voice Mail Integration - K-Ccis

    EATURE ESCRIPTION This feature allows any station user in the K-CCIS network to use the Voice Mail System (VMS) in another office in the K-CCIS network. For more details, refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. YSTEM VAILABILITY...
  • Page 189 Issue 2.0 When finished hang up. To program a One-Touch/Feature Access key for easy message access: Press Feature. Dial 751. Press One-Touch/Feature Access key. Dial 1, followed by Voice Mail extension number. Press Hold. ERVICE ONDITIONS General: Any station or Call Arrival (CAR) key can be set for Call Forwarding – Busy/No ...
  • Page 190 Issue 2.0 In a KTS to KTS network, Centralized Voice Mail is supported only via closed  numbering plan and only up to 7-digit station numbers. In a PBX to KTS network, Centralized Voice Mail is supported only via closed ...
  • Page 191 Issue 2.0 ELATED EATURE  Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS)  Call Forwarding – All Calls - K-CCIS  Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer - K-CCIS  Multiple Call Forwarding – All Calls - K-CCIS  Multiple Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer - K-CCIS UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING...
  • Page 192 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 16-02-01 Department Group Groups 1~64 Assign the Department Groups. The initial Assignment for Extensions Priority 1~999 priority value becomes the numerical port Default = 1-XXX order assigned in PRG 11-02 and 11-04 (Ports 1~256).
  • Page 193 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 20-11-12 Class of Service Options 0 = Off Enable Call Forward – Off-Premise at an (Hold/Transfer Service) – 1 = On extension. Call Forwarding Off Premise (External Call Forwarding) Default is 0 20-11-13 Class of Service Options 0 = Off...
  • Page 194 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 30-03-01 DSS Console Key Key Numbers 001~114 Customize Key Assignments for DSS Assignment 00~99 = General Functional Consoles 1~32. Level *00~*99 = Appearance Function Level Default is Extensions. 101~160 45-01-01 Voice Mail Integration 0 = No Voice Mail Assign an Extension Department Group as Options –...
  • Page 195 Issue 2.0 4-116 Features and Specifications...
  • Page 196: Ip K-Ccis Application Using The Gpz-Iple

    The system uses the GPZ-IPLE to connect multiple systems together over a Data Communication IP Network (Intranet). Key-Common Channel Interoffice Signaling (K-CCIS) is used to provide telephony services between the UNIVERGE SV9100 and another UNIVERGE SV9100 or a NEAX PBX system.
  • Page 197: Description

    Issue 2.0 The GPZ-IPLE is required for connections between IP terminals and  IP trunks. A maximum of one GPZ-IPLE can be accommodated per system with a maximum of 256 DSP Resources per system. Figure 5-1 Peer-to-Peer One IP to TDM Description The GPZ-IPLE board is an optional interface package for converting the Real Time Transfer Protocol (RTP) packets on the IP network to PCM highway.
  • Page 198: Systems Requirements

    Issue 2.0 Calling from a TDM phone and out a IP trunk uses one DSP.  Calling from a TDM phone across IP K-CCIS to another TDM phone uses one  DSP. Calling from an IP Phone across IP K-CCIS to another IP Phone uses two DSP ...
  • Page 199: Hot Swap

    Insert the GCD-CP10 in slot 1 in the Controlling Chassis. Figure 5-3 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Board InstalledConnect the GPZ-IPLE to the CD-RTB or to an external switching hub using an ethernet cable. Refer to the UNIVERGE SV9100 Programming Manual for detailed programming instructions. 1.4.6 Switch Settings The daughter board has no switches to set.
  • Page 200: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 1.4.7 LED Indications Refer to Figure 5-3 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Board Installed. Figure 5-3 GCD-CP10 Blade with Daughter Board Installed GPZ-IPLE Blade Battery SV9100 Networking Manual...
  • Page 201: Figure 5-4 Gcd-Cp10 Led Locations

    Issue 2.0 Figure 5-4 GCD-CP10 LED Locations for the location of the LEDs on the blade. Figure 5-4 GCD-CP10 LED Locations LED indications for the GPZ-IPLE daughter board are shown in Table 5-1 VOIPDB LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function, LED status and Operation status.
  • Page 202: Table 5-2 Voipdb Led Cn1 Transmit/Receive Data Indications

    Issue 2.0 The following table shows the LED indication when transmitting or receiving data on CN1. Table 5-2 VOIPDB LED CN1 Transmit/Receive Data Indications Link Up Auto Negotiation Mode Force Mode 100Mbps 10Mbps 100Mbps 10Mbps 1000M 1000M Half Full Half Full Half Full...
  • Page 203: Connectors

    Issue 2.0 1.4.8 Connectors Figure 5-5 VoIP Connections shows a typical connection layout. Figure 5-6 Connecting a VOIPDB to a Network/PC on page 5-9 illustrates how to connect a VoIP Daughter Board to a Network or PC. Figure 5-5 VoIP Connections GCD-CP10 GPD-8/16DLCB SV9100 IP K-CCIS...
  • Page 204: Ip Addressing

    Issue 2.0 IP Addressing Figure 5-6 Connecting a VOIPDB to a Network/PC shows how the VOIPDB is connected to a network or PC. Figure 5-6 Connecting a VOIPDB to a Network/PC One valid IP address must be assigned for all the DSP's that are used in IPLE. SV9100 Networking Manual...
  • Page 205: General Ip Configuration

    (QOS), all of which are controlled by the network and Internet service providers. Because these variables are not in NEC control, it cannot guarantee the performance of the users IP based voice solution. Therefore, NEC recommends connecting the VoIP equipment through a local area network using private IP addresses.
  • Page 206: Table 5-3 Ip Precedence Values

    Issue 2.0 IP Precedence IP precedence uses the first three bits of the ToS field to give eight possible precedence values (0~7). Under normal circumstances, the higher the number, the higher the priority. However, the administrator can assign these precedence values with the lower values having a higher priority. The following table shows the eight common values for IP precedence.
  • Page 207: Table 5-5 Dscp Code Points And Binary Values

    Issue 2.0 DSCP DSCP stands for Differential Services Code Point (or Diffserv for short). It uses the first 6 bits of the ToS field, therefore, giving 64 possible values. The following table lists the most common DSCP code points, the binary value, and the associated name.
  • Page 208: Figure 5-7 System Data 84-10 Tos Setup

    Issue 2.0 The following table shows the 8 bit ToS field and the associated Diffserv bits. Table 5-6 ToS Field with Diffserv sBits Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Used 1(on) here = 1(on) here = 1(on) here = 1(on) here = 1(on) here = 1(on) here = value of 32...
  • Page 209: Bandwidth

    Issue 2.0 1.5.3 Bandwidth The bandwidth required for VoIP calls depends on several factors. Layer 2 media  CODEC  Packet Size  RTP Header Compression  Voice Activity Detection (VAD)  Number of simultaneous calls  Possibly add encryption after research. ...
  • Page 210: Bandwidth Calculations

    Issue 2.0 VOIP packet with RTP header compression  Compressed Voice-Payload Header 2 ~ 4-bytes Voice Activity Detection (VAD) is suppression of silence packets from being sent across the network. In a VoIP network all conversations are packetized and sent, including silence. On an average a typical conversation contain anywhere from 35% ~ 45% silence.
  • Page 211 Issue 2.0 Bandwidth Calculation ( [ Layer 2 overhead + IP/UDP/RTP header + Voice Payload ] / Voice Payload ) * Default CODEC speed = Total Bandwidth Example of a G.711 call over Ethernet using a 20 ms packet size and not using RTP header compression (.020 * 64000) / 8 = 160 Bytes for Voice Payload ( [ 18 + 40 + 160] / 160 ) * 64000 = 87200 bps...
  • Page 212: Some Network Considerations

    13.2 kbps 1.5.6 Some Network Considerations Before adding the UNIVERGE SV9100 to a customer network, a detailed network diagram of the existing network must be obtained from the customer. This diagram provides information about any network condition that can prevent or hinder the VoIP equipment from functioning correctly.
  • Page 213: Figure 5-9 Two Sv9100 Systems Connected Via The Wan

    NEC equipment thus blocking them resulting in registration failure. To solve this issue the ports used by the NEC VoIP equipment have to be opened in the firewall allowing the NEC traffic to pass through to the SV9100.
  • Page 214: Figure 5-10 Vpn Network

    Issue 2.0 Another common feature is the use of the Internet as the WAN between customer locations. When this is done VPNs are typically used between the locations. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a private data network that maintains privacy through the use of tunneling protocols and security features over the public Internet.
  • Page 215: Digital Trunk Assignment

    ECTION HASSIS ROGRAMMING The following data programs are used when installing the GPZ-IPLE daughter board for UNIVERGE SV9100 IP (K-CCIS).  If any address or NIC setting is changed, the system must be reset for the changes to take affect.
  • Page 216 Issue 2.0 Table 5-7 Digital Trunk Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 10-19-01 VoIP DSP Resource Slot Number 1: Selection – VoIP DSP DSP Resource Number: Resource Selection 01 ~ 256 0 = Common use for both IP extensions and trunks 1 = IP Extension 2 = SIP Trunk...
  • Page 217: Voip Ip Address Assignments

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-7 Digital Trunk Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 22-02-01 Incoming Call Trunk 001 ~ 400 Set the feature type for the trunk you are Setup – Trunk Type programming. 0 = Normal 1 = VRS (second dial tone if no VRS installed) 2 = DISA 3 = DID...
  • Page 218: Local Numbering Plan Assignment

    Issue 2.0 Local Numbering Plan Assignment Use these programs to assign system, extension and virtual extension numbering for the Local Numbering Plan. Table 5-9 Local Numbering Plan Assignments Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 11-01-01 System Numbering 0 = Not Used Defaults for 1X, 2X, 3X = 2 Extension Number.
  • Page 219: Open Numbering Plan - Using Ars Table 1, 2, Or 3

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-10 Closed Numbering Plan Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 44-02-03 Dial Analysis Table for 2 = 0~500 When setting data is (2), refer to Program 44-05. 0 = No Setting ARS/F-Route Access – Additional Data Default is 0 44-05-01...
  • Page 220 Issue 2.0 Table 5-11 Open Numbering Plan Assignments (Continued) Program Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments /Item No. 44-05-01 ARS/F-Route Table – 0-100,101-150,255 Select the trunk group to be used for the outgoing K-CCIS call. 0 = Not Set Trunk Group Number 1~100 = Trunk Group from PRG 14-05 101~150 = Networking...
  • Page 221: Ip K-Ccis Assignment

    Issue 2.0 IP K-CCIS Assignment Use these programs to assign CCIS availability, origination and destination point codes for IP K-CCIS. Table 5-12 IP K-CCIS Assignments Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 50-01-01 CCIS System Setting – 0 = Disable 1 = Enable CCIS Availability Default is 0...
  • Page 222: Ccis Over Ip Codec Information Setup

    Issue 2.0 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Setup Use these programs to assign CCIS over IP CODEC information, including the number of G.711/G.723/G.729 type, number of audio frames, voice activity detection mode, jitter buffers and other CODEC related information. Table 5-14 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Assignments Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data...
  • Page 223 Issue 2.0 Table 5-14 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 84-21-08 CCIS over IP CODEC 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Information Basic Setup – G.729 Voice Activity Default is 0 Detection Mode 84-21-09 CCIS over IP CODEC 0 ~ 300 ms...
  • Page 224 Issue 2.0 Table 5-14 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 84-21-27 CCIS over IP CODEC 1 ~ 4 Information Basic Setup – 1 = 10 ms G.722 Audio Frame 2 = 20 ms Number 3 = 30 ms 4 = 40 ms...
  • Page 225: Sip-Mlt Codec Information Fixed Mode Setup

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-14 CCIS over IP CODEC Information Assignments (Continued) Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 84-21-36 CCIS over IP CODEC 0 ~ 300 ms Information Basic Setup – G.726 Jitter Buffer (max) Default is 120 84-21-37 ---Not Used--- SIP-MLT CODEC Information Fixed Mode Setup Use these programs to assign the fixed mode audio capacity and number of audio frames for the SIP MLT..
  • Page 226 Issue 2.0 Program/ Description/Selection Assigned Data Comments Item No. 84-29-02 SIP-MLT CODEC Type: Information Fixed Mode 1 ~ 6 Setup – Number of Audio 1 = MultiCast Frames 2 = Reserved 3 = Reserved 4 = Reserved 5 = Reserved Size 1 = 10ms 2 = 20ms...
  • Page 227: Programming Example

    ROGRAMMING XAMPLE SV9100 IP K-CCIS Programming Example 1 This is an example of UNIVERGE SV9100 program data assignments for a 4-digit Closed Numbering Plan using Closed Number Blocks. The following system configurations are used for all four systems: Each system is a single chassis with one CHS2U.
  • Page 228: Card Interface Slot Assignment (Prg 10-03)

    Issue 2.0 3.1.1 Card Interface Slot Assignment (PRG 10-03) The following slot assignments were set using program 10-03. CARD TYPE AND PORTS Card Type During 1st System A System B Slot Power On Card Type Ports Card Type Ports GCD-CP10/GPZ-IPLE GCD-CP10/GPZ-IPLE Trunks 5 28 GCD-CP10/GPZ-IPLE...
  • Page 229: Voip Address Assignments

    Issue 2.0 3.1.3 VoIP Address Assignments This example shows VoIP address assignments made for systems A and System A System B Program 10-12-09 Program 10-12-09 IPL IP Address: 192.168.1.10 IPL IP Address: 192.168.1.20 Program 84-26-01 Program 84-26-01 Slot 1, Assign IP Address Slot 1, Assign IP Addresses GW: 192.168.1.11 GW: 192.168.1.20...
  • Page 230: Ip K-Ccis (Peer-To-Peer) Assignment

    Issue 2.0 3.1.6 IP K-CCIS (Peer-to-Peer) Assignment This example shows IP K-CCIS peer-to-peer assignments made for systems A and B. System A System B Program 50-15-04 Program 50-15-04 Enable/Disable Connection Method Enable/Disable Connection Method 0 = P2P Disable 0 = P2P Disable 1 = P2P Enable (Default) 1 = P2P Enable (Default) Program 50-15-02...
  • Page 231: Closed Numbering Plan - Using Closed Number Blocks

    Issue 2.0 3.1.8 Closed Numbering Plan – Using Closed Number Blocks This example shows Closed Numbering Plan assignments made for systems A and B. System A System B Program 11-01-01 Program 11-01-01 Dial 10 = 4 Digit; Extension Dial 10 = 4 Digit; F-Route Dial 11 = 4 Digit;...
  • Page 232: Tandem Connections

    Issue 2.0 3.1.9 Tandem Connections This example shows Tandem connections assignments made for systems A and B. System A System B Program 14-01-13 Program 14-01-13 Trunk to Trunk Transfer Trunk to Trunk Transfer 0 = Disable 0 = Disable 1 = Enable (Default) 1 = Enable (Default) Program 14-01-24 Program 14-01-24...
  • Page 233: Chassis Programming Assignments

    System A is a single-cabinet Electra Elite IPK II Expanded port  package with one B64-U20 KSU, one DTI-U( ) ETU, and a CCH(4)-U( ) ETU. System B is a single-chassis UNIVERGE SV9100 with one CHS2U  and one GPZ-IPLE installed on the GCD-CP10 and one GCD-CCTA blade installed.
  • Page 234 Issue 2.0 Each system has 16 multiline terminals.  Each system has eight analog trunks.  Assume that the systems were defaulted (first power on) with the following cards installed as described below. Card Interface Slot Assignment (PRG 10-03) SYSTEM A Card Type And Ports Card Type During 1st Slot...
  • Page 235: Digital Trunk Assignments

    Issue 2.0 System C Card Type And Ports Card Type During 1st Slot Power On Card Type Ports GCD-CP10 with GPZ-IPLE GCD-CP10 with GPZ-IPLE Trunks 5 Blade/Daughter Board Blade/Daughter Board GCD-8DLCA Blade GCD-8DLCA Blade Station 1 GCD-8DLCA Blade GCD-8DLCA Blade Station 9 None None...
  • Page 236: Cch Assignment

    Issue 2.0 System A System B System C  Program 22-02-01 Program 10-40-04 Program 22-02-01 Trunks 9 Assign Number of Ports for Trunks 5 CCIS for Slot 1 = 24 Assign LK 6 (Tie Line) Assign LK 6 (Tie Line) Program 34-01-01 Program 14-05-01 Program 34-01-01...
  • Page 237: Port Designations

    Issue 2.0 System A System B System C Program 50-02-02 Program 50-02-01 Select CCIS Route ID Select CCIS Route ID 1 Assign Channel Port Assign Data Speed LK 2 (56k) Program 50-02-02 Select CCIS Route ID 1 Assign Data Speed LK 2 (56k) ...
  • Page 238 IP Trunk Voice with GPZ-IPLE 10020~10531 SV9100 NetLink Primary System Signaling 58000/58001 Secondary System Signaling 58002 IP DSP Resource with GPZ-IPLE 10020~10531 NEC Proprietary SIP (SIP MLT) SIP MLT Signaling 5080 SIP Trunk Voice with GPZ-IPLE 10020~10531 CCIS N IP (P ECTION ETWORKING VIA...
  • Page 239: Service Conditions

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ERVICE ONDITIONS For InMail remote CCIS extensions are not supported in a centralized directory.  DT800/DT700 terminals are supported for Peer-to-Peer connections via a P2P  CCIS call. Standard SIP terminals are not supported for Peer-to-Peer connection. ...
  • Page 240: Restrictions

    Call Forward Busy No Answer must be disabled for a phone to receive a CCIS  Call Back request. The UNIVERGE SV9100 can send billing information to a billing center office  (NEAX2000/2400/SV9300), but it cannot receive the billing information as the billing center office.
  • Page 241 Issue 2.0 IP K-CCIS – CCIS Networking ■ Common – Common usage for CCIS Networking, 3rd Party SIP Station, SIP MLT ■ Stations, SIP Trunks. Pressing Feature + 4 from any MLT Terminal shows the following: ■ What type of GPZ-IPLE daughter board is installed on the GCD-CP10. ...
  • Page 242 Book 2 – SV9100 IP Networking...
  • Page 243: Chapter 1 General Information

    UNIVERGE SV9100 supports the use of IP Phones. These telephones provide the same functionality as a multiline telephone but use the data network rather then the traditional telecoms infrastructure.
  • Page 244: Section 2 Qos

    Issue 2.0 Table 1-1 VoIP Specifications Category Feature Notes IP Address DHCP Server GCD-CP10 DHCP Client IP Phone 802.1p/1q GCD-CP10 L3 QoS (ToS) Diffserv/IP Precedence Maintenance HTTP Server GCD-CP10 VLAN Tag and port-based VLAN VoCoder G.711 µ-law/A-law G.729a Jitter Buffer Size Set by system programming RTP Length Set by system programming...