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A50-035910-004 AU
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   Summary of Contents for NEC Univerge SV9100

  • 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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Table Of Contents

    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: Programming

    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...

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    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...

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    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 .........................

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    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”...

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    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 ..............

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    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 ..............

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    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...

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    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 ...................

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    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...

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    Book 1 – SV9100 K-CCIS...

  • Page 34: Section 1 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: Common Channel Handler (gcd-ccta)

    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.

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    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 ...

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    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...

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    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...

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    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...

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    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 ...

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    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>...

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    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-7 Tree Topology (KTS-to-KTS or PBX-to-KTS) SV9100 Networking Manual...

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    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

    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 1-12 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

    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.

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    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...

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    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...

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    Issue 2.0 Figure 1-15 Circuit Identification Codes (CIC) 1-16 General Information <US Only>...

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    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.

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    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 ...

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    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. ...

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    Issue 2.0 1-20 General Information <US Only>...

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    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: Installing Coiu-ls1/lg1, Gcd-4odta, Gcd-4diopa, Or Gcd-2bria 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.

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    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.

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    Issue 2.0 Hardware Installation <US Only>...

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    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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: Terminal Type

    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

    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

    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: Section 5 K-ccis Features

    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

    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: Call Forwarding – All Calls – K-ccis

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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: Section 1 K-ccis Programming

    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: Ccis Assignment

    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: Numbering Plan 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: Univerge Sv9100 Ip K-ccis And Electra Elite Ipk Ii Programming Ex Ample 2

    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

    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

    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: Section 2 Voice Over Ip

    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...

  • Page 245

    (QoS) initiatives, all of which are controlled by the network and Internet service providers. Because these vari- ables are not in NEC control, it cannot guarantee the performance of the user’s IP-based remote voice solution. Therefore, NEC recommends connecting VoIP equipment through a local area network using a Private IP address.

  • Page 246: Section 3 Ip Trunks

    Licensed ports for the particular IP Application. The UNIVERGE SV9100 system now has the required information about the remote destinations and the SIP/IP K-CCIS configuration is complete. The only remaining task is to configure F-Route to route calls to remote destinations via the IP trunks.

  • Page 247: Network Configurations

    Each site has a Point Code and an IP address. The programing for Office A and C is shown below. This would be sufficient programming to make a call from Office A to Office C. Figure 2-1 Example IP Network Configuration UNIVERGE SV9100 UNIVERGE SV9100 Office A Office B Ext.

  • Page 248

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE 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 cabinet expanded port package with one CHS2U-xx.

  • Page 249

    Issue 2.0 It is assumed that the systems were defaulted (first power on) with the following blades installed as described below.: NOTE 4.2.1 Card Interface Slot Assignment (PRG 10-03 ETU Setup) The following table provides information for assigning the blade interface slots.

  • Page 250

    Issue 2.0 4.2.3 VoIP Address Assignments Use the table below to make the appropriate assignments for VoIPDB (GPZ-IPLE) addresses. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 84-26-01 IPLE Basic Setup – IP XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX Assign the IPLE IP Address Address Default: Slot 1 = 172.16.0.20 84-26-02...

  • Page 251

    Issue 2.0 4.2.6 CCIS Assignment Use the table below to make the appropriate system-wide CCIS assignments. System A System B Program 50-03-01 Program 50-03-01 1. System ID 1~255 – Enter Destination 1. System ID 1~255 – Enter Point Code Destination Point Code 2.

  • Page 252

    Issue 2.0 4.2.7 Centralized Day Night Switching Assignments Use the table below to make the appropriate assignments for centralized day and night switching. System A System B PRG 50-06-02 CCIS Feature PRG 50-06-02 CCIS Feature Availability - Centralized Day/Night Availability - Centralized Day/Night Switching Switching 0 = Disable (default)

  • Page 253

    Issue 2.0 4.2.8 Centralized BLF Assignments Use the table below to make the appropriate assignments for centralized BLF. System A System B PRG 50-08-01 CCIS Centralized BLF PRG 50-08-01 CCIS Centralized BLF Sending Group Assignment – Sending Group Assignment – Destination Point Code Destination Point Code Select Group ID (1~8) + Destination...

  • Page 254

    Issue 2.0 4.2.9 Local Numbering Plan Assignment Use the table below to make local numbering plan assignments. Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 11-01-01 System Numbering 0 = Not Used Defaults for 1X, 2X, 3X = 2 Extension Number. 1 = Service Code 2 = Extension Number 3 = Trunk Access...

  • Page 255

    ELAY When sending DTMF over an SV9100 CCISoIP network it may be necessary to configure the item below. This allows the sending UNIVERGE SV9100 to detect DTMF tones and convert them to data, then regenerate the DTMF tones at the receiving side.

  • Page 256

    Issue 2.0 2-12 IP Networking...

  • Page 257

     Voice Over IP  Switching  This section describes the procedure for connecting the UNIVERGE SV9100 system to an existing data network and configuring TCP/IP. This is the first step in implementing VoIP and other IP applications. ECTION ETWORK...

  • Page 258: Subnet Mask

    Network control may be easier with DHCP as there is no need to assign and program individual IP addresses for the LAN equipment. To use a dynamic IP address, a DHCP server must be provided. The UNIVERGE SV9100 system GCD-CP10 blade provides an internal DCHP server, enabling the ability to use DHCP.

  • Page 259: Section 4 Example Configurations

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ONFIGURATION XAMPLES The following configuration examples illustrate a typical network configuration for an existing network that uses a static address and a typical configuration for a new network that uses a dynamic address. Example Configuration 1 - Existing Network with Static Addressing Figure 3-1 Example Configuration 1 - Existing Network with Static IP Address on page 3-3...

  • Page 260

    Issue 2.0 Assume that a UNIVERGE SV9100 is added to the existing data network. The Network Administrator (or IT Manager) should provide the following: IP Address (for the GCD-CP10 blade)  IP Addresses (for the GPZ-IPLE daughter board)  Subnet Mask ...

  • Page 261

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-2 Example Configuration 1 - Adding the UNIVERGE SV9100 Chassis to the Network WAN, Internet, etc. UNIVERGE SV9100 Chassis with GCD-CP10 Installed Router (Default Gateway) 192.168.1.254 Switch (Switched Hub) 192.168.1.200 192.168.10.11 192.168.1.10 192.168.1.50 192.168.1.32 Example Configuration 2 - New Network with Dynamic...

  • Page 262

    192.168.1.32 assigned) Now connect the UNIVERGE SV9100 GPZ-IPLE Ethernet Port to the switch/hub port, using a standard CAT-5 patch cable. The UNIVERGE SV9100 is now configured on the network and its DHCP server is ready to allocate IP addresses. The client PCs should be set to Obtain IP Address Automatically. Refer to...

  • Page 263

    Issue 2.0 Figure 3-4 TCP/IP Properties Screen If the client PCs are now connected to the network (and restarted), they should be assigned an IP address in the range 192.168.1.50 to 192.168.1.150, a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 and a default gateway of 192.168.1.254. When the server tries to obtain an IP address, the inDHCP server allocates IP address 192.168.1.32, as it is statically assigned to the server MAC address.

  • Page 264

    ETWORK ONNECTION To test the UNIVERGE SV9100 network connection, it is possible to use the ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) Ping command. This basically sends a small amount of data from one device to another and then waits for a reply. This test confirms that the IP addressing and physical connection are good.

  • Page 265

    TART ROGRAMMING This chapter provides you with detailed information about the UNIVERGE SV9100 program blocks that may be required to connect the SV9100 to a data network and to configure the VoIP function. The configuration and programming examples, found in the earlier chapters, can be a useful reference when programming the data.

  • Page 266

    Issue 2.0 The second row of the display KY01 = *01 indicates that Key 01 is being programmed with the entry of *01. The third row allows you to move the cursor to the left or right, depending on which arrow is pressed. To learn how to enter the programming mode, refer to Section 2 How to Enter Programming Mode...

  • Page 267

    Issue 2.0 ECTION OW TO ROGRAMMING To exit the programming mode: To exit programming mode, first exit the programming options mode. Press Answer to exit program options, if needed. Program Mode Base Service OP1 OP2 Press Speaker. If changes were made to the system programming, Saving System Data is displayed.

  • Page 268

    Issue 2.0 Table 4-1 Keys for Entering Data (Continued) Keys for Entering Data Use this key... When you want to... Redial Switch between the different input data fields by pressing Redial . The cursor moves up to the top row of the display. Pressing Redial again moves the cursor back to the middle row.

  • Page 269

    SING OFTKEYS ROGRAMMING Each UNIVERGE SV9100 display telephone provides interactive Softkeys for intuitive feature access. The options for these keys will automatically change depending on where you are in the system programming. Simply press the Softkey located below the option you wish and the display will change accordingly.

  • Page 270

    Issue 2.0 ECTION HAT THE OFTKEY ISPLAY ROMPTS When using a display telephone in programming mode, various Softkey options are displayed. These keys will allow you to easily select, scan, or move through the programs. Table 4-3 Softkey Display Prompts Softkey Display Prompts If you press this The system will.

  • Page 271

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-03 : ETU Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-03 : ETU Setup to setup and confirm the Basic Configuration data for each blade. When changing a defined terminal type, first set the type to 0 and then plug the new device in to have the system automatically define it or you may have to reseat the blade.

  • Page 272

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number 0 = Not set (B1) 1 = Multiline Terminal (1~960) 6 = PGD(2)-U13 (Paging) (1~8) 7 = PGD(2)-U13 (for Tone Ringer) (1~8) 8 = PGD(2)-U13 (for Door Box) (1~8) 9 = PGD(2)-U13 (for ACI) (1~96) 10 = DSS (1~32) 11 = --- Not Used --- --- Not Used ---...

  • Page 273

    Issue 2.0 B-Channel 2 Item Item Input Data Default Handset Option 0 = No option Information 1 = PSA/PSD 2 = Bluetooth Cordless Handset For LCA PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~16 Item Item Input Data Default 0~960 Logical Port Number 1~57 (-15.5 +12.5dB) 32 (0dB) Transmit Gain Level (S-Level)

  • Page 274

    Issue 2.0 For ODTB PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~04 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number 0~400 2/4 Wire 0 = 2 Wire 1 = 4 Wire E&M Line Control Method 0 = TYPE I 1 = TYPE V For DIOP PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~04...

  • Page 275

    Issue 2.0 For BRIA PKG Setup ISDN Line Number 01~04 Item Item Input Data Default ISDN Line Mode 0 = Not Used 1 = T-Point:1~400 2 = S-Point:1~960 3 = NW Mode (Leased Line): 1~256 4 = NW Mode (Interconnected Line): 1~256 5 = NW Mode (Interconnected Line, Fixed Layer1=NT): 1~256...

  • Page 276

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default S-Point Service Protocol 0 = Keypad Facility 1 = Specified Protocol S-Point Call Busy Mode 0 = Alerting Message 1 = Disconnect Message ISDN Line Ringback Tone 0 = Disable If Telco does not provide ringback tone, 1 = Enable SV9100 can if set to 1:Enable.

  • Page 277

    Issue 2.0 For PRTA PKG Setup ISDN Line Number 01~24 Item Item Input Data Default --- Not Used --- Logical Port Number = for T-Bus 1~400  The start port number of a PRI line is displayed. --- Not Used --- Layer 3 Timer Type ...

  • Page 278

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Loss-Of-Signal Detection Limit 0 = Level 0 (lowest sensitivity) If the transmit/receive voltage is less 1 = Level 1 than the setting in 10-03-13, the system 2 = Level 2 considers this as Loss-Of-Signal and 3 = Level 3 the PRTA does not come up.

  • Page 279

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Straight/Cross Wiring 0 = Auto 1 = Manual (Cross) 2 = Manual (Straight) For DTI (T1) PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~24 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number 0~400 The start port number of a T1 line is displayed, and 24 logic ports are automatically assigned to a DTI (T1) line.

  • Page 280

    Issue 2.0 For IPLE PKG Setup Physical Port Number 001~256 Item Item Input Data Default VOIP Type 0 = Not Used None (will be determined 1 = Not Used when 2 = Not Used Installed) 3 = IPLE Number of Channels 0 ~ 256 (Read Only) Number of Voice Channels 0 ~ 256 (Read Only)

  • Page 281

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Number of Ports 0 = Auto 1 = 4 Ports 2 = 8 Ports 3 = 12 Ports 4 = 16 Ports 5 = 20 Ports Straight/Cross Wiring 0 = Auto 1 = Manual (Cross) 2 = Manual (Straight) Conditions When changing a defined terminal type, first set the type to 0 and then plug the...

  • Page 282

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-04 : Music On Hold Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-04 : Music on Hold Setup to set the Music on Hold (MOH) source. For internal Music on Hold, the system can provide a service tone callers on hold or one of eleven synthesized selections.

  • Page 283

    Issue 2.0 Feature Cross Reference Analog Communications Interface (ACI)  Background Music  Music on Hold  SV9100 Networking Manual 4-19...

  • Page 284

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup to setup the IP Address, Subnet-Mask, and Default Gateway addresses. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Description IP Address 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 192.168.0.10...

  • Page 285

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description Time Zone 0~24 (0 = -12 Hours and 24 = +12 Hours) Determine the offset (-5 hours) from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time. Then enter its respective value. For example, Eastern Time (US and Canada) has a GMT...

  • Page 286

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description Set for IPLE. NIC Setup 0 = Auto Detect 1 = 100Mbps, Full-Duplex 3 = 10Mbps, Full-Duplex 5 = 1 Gbps, Full-Duplex 0.0.0.0 Set for adding a Primary function for DNS. 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 Address 128.0.0.1 ~ 191.255.255.254...

  • Page 287

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-13 : In-DHCP Server Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-13 : In-DHCP Server Setup to setup the DHCP Server built into the GCD-CP10 blade. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Description DHCP Server 0 = Disable Enable/Disable the built-in...

  • Page 288

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-14 : Managed Network Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-14 : Managed Network Setup to set up the range of the IP address which the DHCP Server leases to a client. Item Item Input Data Default...

  • Page 289

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-15 : Client Information Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-15 : Client Information Setup to set up the client information when the DHCP server needs to assign a fixed IP address to clients. Input Data Client Number 1~960...

  • Page 290

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-16 : Option Information Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-16 : Option Information Setup to set up the option given from the DHCP server to each client. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Router Code number 0~255...

  • Page 291

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Code number 0~255 43 (Fixed) Encryption Information Set an Encryption Information Sub code number used for AutoConfig (for DT800/DT700 series). No setting Maximum 128 character strings FTP Server Address Code number 0~255 43 (Fixed) Set a FTP Server Address Sub code number...

  • Page 292

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default 141 (Fixed) FTP Server Code number 0~255 IP address 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 0.0.0.0 128.0.0.1 ~ 191.255.255.254 192.0.0.1 ~ 223.255.255.254 Config File Name Code number 0~255 151 (Fixed) Maximum 15 character strings No setting LDS Server 1 Code number 0~255...

  • Page 293

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)  SV9100 Networking Manual 4-29...

  • Page 294

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-19 : VoIP DSP Resource Selection Level: Description Use Program 10-19 : VoIP DSP Resource Selection to define the criteria for each DSP resource on the VoIP blade. Input Data Slot Number Input Data DSP Resource Number 01~256...

  • Page 295

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-54 : License Configuration for Each Package Level: Description Use Program 10-54 : License Configuration for Each Package to set the license information for each unit. Input Data Slot Number 1~24 License Index Number 1~32 Item Item...

  • Page 296

    Issue 2.0 Program 20 : System Option Setup 15-05 : IP Telephone Terminal Basic Data Setup Level: Description Use Program 15-05 : IP Telephone Terminal Basic Data Setup to set up the basic settings for an IP telephone. Input Data Extension Number Maximum eight digits Item...

  • Page 297

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Description Program IP Duplication 0 = Disable When this program is 1 = 10-03-09 Allowed Group 15-05-22 Enable, the duplication of an 1 = Enable IP address is allowed at the time of SIP/DT700 terminal registration.

  • Page 298

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Description Program D800/DT700 0 = Not Set Terminal Type 1 = ITL-**E-1D/IP-*E-1 2 = ITL-**D-1D/ITL- 12BT1D/ITL- 12PA-1D [without 8LKI(LCD)-L] 3 = ITL-**D-1D/ITL-12BT- 1D/ITL-12PA-1D [with 8LKI(LCD)-L] 4 = ITL-320C-1 5 = Softphone 6 = CTI 7 = AGW 8 = IP3AT-8WV 9 = Not Used...

  • Page 299

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Description Program Alarm Tone 0 = Not Ringing during 1 = Ringing conversation (RTP packet loss alarm) 0 = Not Used Key Calling 1 = Used 0.0.0.0~255.255.255.255 0.0.0.0. LAN Side IP Read-only Address of Terminal Terminal Touch...

  • Page 300

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Description Program Video Mode 0 = Disable This Program is used to select the video function with 1 = Enable the standard SIP terminal. If the standard SIP terminal supports the video function, the SV9100 transfers the video CODEC in SDP information.

  • Page 301

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Description Program Receiving SIP 0 = Disable Select whether or not INFO system can receive DTMF 1 = Allowed any time from standard SIP phone via 2 = Allowed while RTP is SIP INFO message.

  • Page 302

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-09 : VLAN Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-09 : VLAN Setup to set up the VLAN data. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default VLAN 0 = Disable (Off) 1 = Enable (On) VLAN ID 1~4094 VLAN Priority...

  • Page 303

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-10 : ToS Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-10 : ToS Setup to set up the Type of Service data. Input Data Protocol Type 1 = Not Used 2 = Not Used 3 = Voice Control 4 = H.323 5 = RTP/RTCP...

  • Page 304

    Issue 2.0 Conditions The system must be reset for these program options to take affect.  Feature Cross Reference Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)  4-40 Programming...

  • Page 305

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-21 : CCIS over IP CODEC Information Basic Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-21 : CCIS over IP CODEC Information Basic Setup to set the CODEC parameters of the GPZ-IPLE. Input Data Item Item Input Data...

  • Page 306

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default 0 = G.711 PT 1st Priority of Audio Capability 2 = G.729 PT 3 = G.722 4 = G.726 2nd Priority of Audio Capability 0 = G.711 PT 2 = G.729 PT 3 = G.722 PT 4 = G.726 PT 1 = Static...

  • Page 307

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)  SV9100 Networking Manual 4-43...

  • Page 308

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-33: Fax Over IP Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-33 : Fax Over IP Setup to set up the parameters of the Fax Over IP function. Index 1 Type 1 = H.323 Trunk 2 = Networking 3 = SIP Trunk 4 = SIP Extension...

  • Page 309

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Profile 1 Profile 2 1 = VOIPDB T.38 TCF Method 2 = G3FE T.38 ECM (Error Correction 0 = Disable Mode) 1 = Enable FAX CODEC 1 = G.711 a-law 2 = G.711 u-law 3 = G.726 1 ~ 4 (10ms base) Payload Size...

  • Page 310

    Issue 2.0 Program 90 : Maintenance Program 90-23 : Deleting Registration of IP Telephones Level: Description This program is available only via telephone programming, Web programming and not through PC Programming). NOTE Use Program 90-23 : Deleting Registration of IP Telephones to delete the registered IP telephone from the system.

  • Page 311

    Issue 2.0 Program 90 : Maintenance Program 90-34 : Firmware Information Level: Description Use Program 90-34 : Firmware Information to list the package type and firmware blades installed in the system. Input Data Slot No. 1~24 Item Item Display Data PKG Name Pkg Name 00.00~15.15...

  • Page 312

    Issue 2.0 4-48 Programming...

  • Page 313

    ECTION NTRODUCTION This chapter explains some issues that should be considered when planning a UNIVERGE SV9100 VoIP installation. This is a generalized explanation and therefore does not discuss vendor-specific issues and solutions. Typically, different solutions are implemented by different manufacturers.

  • Page 314

    IP telephony/VoIP systems try to synchronize a communication flow by selective packet discard, in an effort to avoid the walkie-talkie phenomenon caused when two sides of a conversation have significant latency. UNIVERGE SV9100 incorporates a Jitter Buffer to avoid these problems. Packet Loss During a voice transmission, loss of multiple bits or packets of stream may cause an audible pop that can become annoying to the user.

  • Page 315: Voice Quality Improvements

    The down side to this is that most networks may not have these services available, where Ethernet is very widely used. This is usually outside the control of the installer and therefore NEC strongly advises users to do more research on other layer 2 protocols before trying to implement them in their voice network.

  • Page 316: Types Of Classifications For Traffic For Qos

    QoS on the network. Using packet classification, you can partition network traffic into multiple priority levels or Types of Service (ToS). UNIVERGE SV9100 supports methods of marking a packet with its classification information in the Layer 2 or 3 headers.

  • Page 317

    Issue 2.0 IP Precedence - Layer 3 QoS:  Allows you to specify the class of service for a packet. You use the three precedence bits in the Ipv4 header type of service (ToS) field for this purpose. Using the ToS bits, you can define up to six classes of service. Other devices configured throughout the network can then use these bits to determine how to treat the packet in regard to the type of service to grant it.

  • Page 318: Section 4 Firewalls And Nat

    When implementing UNIVERGE SV9100 IP over Internet based connections it is very important that these factors are considered, and that the customer is made aware that neither the installer nor NEC are held responsible for any quality issues experienced. ECTION...

  • Page 319: Firewall Integration

    A list of these ports is shown below, however it should be noted that the preferred solution would be to allow all ports on the UNIVERGE SV9100 device to be open, or to place the SV9100 outside of the firewall.

  • Page 320: Virtual Private Network (vpn) Tunnelling

    Allowing for remote networks (including VoIP devices), which reside behind NATs and/or Firewalls to communicate freely with each other. In UNIVERGE SV9100 VoIP networks, implementation of VPNs can resolve the issues with NAT that are described in the previous section.

  • Page 321

    Router Router Firewall/ Firewall/ Home Office LAN UNIVERGE SV9100 Head Office LAN Mobile Workers (Software VPN Client) When IP address translation is applied to a VoIP packet, the application fails and the communication path is broken. VoIP packets contain the IP address information and the ports used as part of its payload.

  • Page 322: Section 5 Codec And Bandwidth

    LAN do not impair the quality of the voice traffic. (Refer to Section 2 QoS on page 5-1).  NEC strongly recommends that any VPN hardware used for VoIP has the facility to prioritize voice traffic. CODEC ECTION ANDWIDTH This section describes CODEC and bandwidth and their application with the UNIVERGE SV9100 system.

  • Page 323

    This ITU-T recommendation describes a very low bit-rate compression algorithm. The standard describes two versions 5.3Kbps and 6.4Kbps. UNIVERGE SV9100 uses the higher bit rate. This CODEC offers low bandwidth speech transmission, but has a lower MOS score of 3.9. This CODEC is not commonly used on the UNIVERGE SV9100, but is particularly suited to low bandwidth WAN connections.

  • Page 324

    Frame Size  Data Networking Protocol used  UNIVERGE SV9100 CCIS Network parameters  The more frames encapsulated into each packet, the less bandwidth is required. This is because each packet transmitted has the same header size. Therefore, if numerous very small packets are sent then bandwidth is also being used for a large amount of header information.

  • Page 325

    VoIP, and vice versa. Each IP to TDM conversion requires a DSP resource. DSP resources are provided by the GPZ-IPLE It can be difficult to work out how many DSP resources are required in an UNIVERGE SV9100 system, because: not all IP Extensions/trunks are used at the same time ...

  • Page 326: Prioritization

    Issue 2.0 To calculate the maximum DSPs required: The manual calculations listed below are used in the UNIVERGE SV9100. Non-Peer-to-Peer Mode (Program15-05-50=0): It is easy to calculate the maximum number of DSPs for a system that is not peer-to-peer. This is a simple addition of:...

  • Page 327

    Issue 2.0 Figure 5-3 Network Bottleneck Example Host A Host B 256Kbps Private Circuit (Leased Line) 100Mbps 100Mbps Switched Hub Router Router Switched Hub For this example, each end of the network has only.one host Typically, many hosts are sending data over the narrow bandwidth. The routers buffer packets and transmit them over the WAN lines as efficiently as possible.

  • Page 328

    Issue 2.0 Figure 5-4 Voice and Data Network Implementation shows how a voice and data network can be implemented. Figure 5-4 Voice and Data Network Implementation Host A Host B 256Kbps Private Circuit (Leased Line) 100Mbps 100Mbps Managed Switch Router Router Managed Switch Telephone...

  • Page 329: Layer 2 Qos (802.1pq)

    Issue 2.0 To enable this type of queuing it is necessary to: Configure the VoIP equipment to mark its packets with a specific value so that the switches/routers can identify that it is voice – Called Marking. Configure the network equipment to recognize the difference between the different Marked packets –...

  • Page 330

    Issue 2.0 Protocol Structure - IEEE 802.1p: LAN Layer 2 QoS Figure 5-6 Protocol Structure for Layer 2 QoS illustrates the format of an Ethernet frame and the User Priority field that is used for Layer 2 QoS. Figure 5-6 Protocol Structure for Layer 2 QoS IEEE 802.1Q Tagged Frame for Ethernet 42~1496 Bytes...

  • Page 331

    Issue 2.0 User Priority - Defines user priority, giving eight priority levels. IEEE 802.1P defines the operation for these three user priority bits. CFI - Canonical Format Indicator is always set to zero for Ethernet switches. CFI is used for compatibility reason between Ethernet type network and Token Ring type network.

  • Page 332

    Issue 2.0 Figure 5-7 Ethernet Frame Example - Layer 2 QoS Enabled (Continued) 802.1q Virtual LAN 101..... = Priority: 5 (Layer 2 Priority = 5) ...0 .... = CFI: 0 ..0000 0110 0011 = ID: 99 Type: IP (0x0800) Internet Protocol, Src Addr: 172.16.0.101 (172.16.0.101), Dst Addr: 172.16.0.21 (172.16.0.21)

  • Page 333: Ip Precedence

    It is an end-to-end process and requires configuration on all networking devices. Packet Marking is the first step in this process and is often the only step that the NEC dealer performs. Figure 5-8 Layer 3 QoS Example Protocol Structure - IP/Pv4 Header (Internet Protocol Version 4)

  • Page 334

    Issue 2.0 Listed below are the fields used in Figure 5-8 Layer 3 QoS Example. Version – the version of IP currently used. IP Header Length (IHL) – datagram header length. Points to the beginning of the data. The minimum value for a correct header is 5. Type-of-Service –...

  • Page 335

    Issue 2.0 IP Precedence IP Precedence is a QoS method that combines a priority value with different on/off parameters; Delay, Throughput, Reliability and Cost. The MBZ (Must be Zero) bit is not used. Using the ToS bits, you can define up to eight classes of service. Other devices configured throughout the network can then use these bits to determine how to treat the packet in regard to the type of service to grant it.

  • Page 336: Diffserv (differentiated Service)

    Issue 2.0 Diffserv (Differentiated Service) Differentiated Services (Diffserv) uses the ToS field in an IP header. Diffserv is now commonly used instead of IP Precedence (refer to 7.4 IP Precedence on page 5-23) as it provides greater flexibility. This method uses six bits of the ToS field to determine the priority –...

  • Page 337: Comparison Of Ip Precedence And Diffserv Values

    Issue 2.0 Figure 5-9 Ethernet Frame Example - Containing one RTP (Speech) Packet (Continued) Total Length: 44 Identification: 0x0069 (105) Flags: 0x00 0... = Reserved bit: Not set .0.. = Don't fragment: Not set ..0. = More fragments: Not set Fragment offset: 0 Time to live: 30 Protocol: UDP (0x11)

  • Page 338

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-3 IP Precedence and Diffserv Values Comparison DSCP DSCP IP Precedence Description Decimal Binary 000000 Class Selector 0 000001 000010 000011 000100 000101 000110 000111 001000 Class Selector 1 001001 001010 AF11 (Assured Forwarding) 001011 001100 AF12 (Assured Forwarding) 001101 001110 AF13 (Assured Forwarding)

  • Page 339

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-3 IP Precedence and Diffserv Values Comparison (Continued) DSCP DSCP IP Precedence Description Decimal Binary 011101 011110 AF33 (Assured Forwarding) 011111 100000 Class Selector 4 100001 100010 AF41 (Assured Forwarding) 100011 100100 AF42 (Assured Forwarding) 100101 100110 AF43 (Assured Forwarding) 100111 101000...

  • Page 340: Programming Qos In The Univerge Sv9100 System

    7.7.2 UNIVERGE SV9100 Voice Protocols The UNIVERGE SV9100 system supports the following types of VoIP traffic (refer to the Input Data section of Program 84-10 : ToS Setup on page 5-32).

  • Page 341: Configuring Diffserv

    Issue 2.0 7.7.3 Configuring Diffserv Use Program 84-10-10 to select the logic for marking the ToS field (refer to Program 84-10 : ToS Setup on page 5-32). The choices are: Table 5-5 DIffserv Configuration Number ToS Mode Programs Enabled None None –...

  • Page 342: Configuration Examples For Classification And Queuing

    It is a good example of how QoS can be implemented on a router. NEC does not endorse or provide support on any third party equipment unless it is supplied by NEC. IMPORTANT Figure 5-10 Common Network with Cisco Router 192.168.1.50...

  • Page 343

    Issue 2.0 Table 5-6 Cisco Router Configuration Example Current Configuration : 2023 bytes version 12.3 hostname Cisco2621 class-map match-any VoIPClass match ip dscp cs5 policy-map VoIPPolicy class VoIPClass priority 50 class class-default fair-queue interface FastEthernet0/0 description Connects to Dallas LAN ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 interface Serial0/0 description Connects to Fort Worth via Kilostream...

  • Page 344

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-10 : ToS Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-10 : ToS Setup to set up the Type of Service data. Input Data Protocol Type 1 = Not Used 2 = Not Used 3 = Voice Control 4 = H.323 5 = RTP/RTCP...

  • Page 345: Section 8 Port Designations

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Description Priority (D.S.C.P. - 0~63 DSCP (Differentiated Differentiated Services Services Code Point) Code Point) Conditions The system must be reset for these program options to take affect.  Feature Cross Reference Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) ...

  • Page 346

    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 5-34 Network Design Considerations...

  • Page 347

    ECTION ESCRIPTION The UNIVERGE SV9100 IP Trunk SIP package sends the real time voice over the corporate LAN or WAN. The voice from the telephone is digitized and then put into frames to be sent over a network using Internet protocol.

  • Page 348

    Issue 2.0 Conditions The option to set the SIP trunk Codec to G711 or G729 Fixed is  supported in Program 84-13-28. A maximum of 400 IP Trunks are supported in the SV9100.  The SV9100 supports G.711 or T.38 for FAX. ...

  • Page 349

    Issue 2.0 VoIPDB cancels the VAD and Echo canceller automatically when  changed into the VBD CODEC. RTP forwarding (Program 10-26-02) is not running if VAD is enabled.  When using VAD on SDP (Version 7000 or higher) the setting is ...

  • Page 350

    Issue 2.0 SIP T E.164 S ECTION RUNK UPPORT Description With SIP Trunk E.164 Support enabled, the PBX is able to support SIP configurations where the number presentation within the SIP messages is formatted using the E.164 international numbering scheme. Specifically the system is able to handle the + digit when required as the International Access Code.

  • Page 351

    Issue 2.0 Terminals All Multiline Terminals Trunks IP SIP Required Component(s) GCD-CP10  GPZ-IPLE  R2 Enhancement License (0412)  System Port License (0300)  VoIP Resource License (5103)  IP Trunk License (5001)  SIP T E.164 CLIP E ECTION RUNK NHANCEMENT...

  • Page 352

    Issue 2.0 Default Settings Disabled System Availability Terminals All Multiline Terminals Trunks IP SIP Required Component(s) GCD-CP10  GPZ-IPLE  R2 Enhancement License (0412)  System Port License (0300)  VoIP Resource License (5103)  IP Trunk License (5001)  SIP T ECTION IDEO...

  • Page 353

    Issue 2.0 changed to a video call. A video caller cannot use CTI/OAI at the same time as the CTI/OAI  feature needs P2P to be set to off. When the video interconnection using a SIP trunk is configured, other ...

  • Page 354

    Issue 2.0 feature. Level 3 – these programs are not often assigned and require an expert level  working knowledge of the system to be properly assigned. IP Trunk – (SIP) Session Initiation Protocol: Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-12-03...

  • Page 355

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-12-11 GCD-CP10 Network Setup – NIC Setup 0 = Auto Detect Define the LAN interface Speed and Mode of 1 = 100Mbps, Full Duplex  the VoIP Application supported. 3 = 10Mbps, Full Duplex ...

  • Page 356

    SIP Server and the SIP Server is removed or not used, the entries in Program 10-29-xx must be set back to their default settings. Even if Program 10-29-01 is set to 0 (off), the UNIVERGE SV9100 still checks the settings in the remaining 10-29 programs.

  • Page 357

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-29-06 SIP Server Information Setup – Registrar IP 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 0.0.0.0 Address 128.0.0.1 ~ 191.255.255.254 Define the Registrar IP Address. The carrier  192.0.0.1 ~ 223.255.255.254 may provide an IP address. In most cases, a domain name is used so this entry is left at the (Profile 1 ~ Profile 2) default.

  • Page 358

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-29-15 SIP Server Information Setup – Registration 120 ~ 65535 seconds 3600 Expiry (Expire) Time This program defines the SIP Trunk (Profile 1 ~ Profile 2) Registration timer. This timer is negotiated between the Carrier ...

  • Page 359

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-37-02 UPnP Setup – Retry Time 0, 60 ~ 3600  Define the retry time for UPnP. (1 ~ 59 cannot be input) 10-54-01 License Configuration for Each Package – 1 ~ 255 Resource Licenses License Code ...

  • Page 360

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 14-05-01 Trunk Group – Trunk Group Number Trunk Port 1 ~ 400 = Default = Trunks Priority 1 ~ 400 1 ~ 400 assigned Assign trunks to trunk groups. to trunk group 1 with priorities ...

  • Page 361

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 22-02-01 Incoming Call Trunk Setup Trunks 1 ~ 400 Assign the incoming trunk type for each trunk. 0 = Normal 1 = VRS (second dial tone if no VRS installed) 2 = DISA ...

  • Page 362

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-10-02 ToS Setup – Priority, IP Precedence 0 ~ 7  1 = Router queuing priority. 0 = Low 7 = High 84-10-03 ToS Setup – Low Delay 0 ~ 1 ...

  • Page 363

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-13-07 SIP Trunk CODEC Information Basic Setup – 1 = 10ms Number of G.729 Audio Frames 2 = 20ms Set the G.729 Audio Frame Number. 3 = 30ms 4 = 40ms ...

  • Page 364

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-13-33 SIP Trunk CODEC Information Basic Setup – 1 ~ 4 Number of G.722 Audio Frames 1 = 10ms Define the number of G.722 Audio Frames. 2 = 20ms  3 = 30ms 4 = 40ms (Profile 1 ~ Profile 2)

  • Page 365

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-13-65 SIP Trunk CODEC Information Basic Setup – Used to determine the VAD 0 = Disable VAD Negotiation on SDP method for setting VAD 1 = Enable information on SDP. (default = 0) ...

  • Page 366

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-14-10 SIP Trunk Basic Information Setup – URL 0 = SIP-URL  Type 1 = TEL-URL Define the URL type for SIP trunks. 84-14-11 SIP Trunk Basic Information Setup – URL/To 0 = Proxy Server Domain HeaderSetting Information 1 = SIP UA Domain...

  • Page 367

    Issue 2.0 SIP Trunk E.164 Support Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 10-02-01 Location Setup – Country Code Dial (maximum of four digits)   Enter the country code. 0 ~ 9, 10-02-02 Location Setup – International Access Dial (maximum of four digits) No Setting ...

  • Page 368

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name/Description Input Data Default Number 84-14-13 SIP Trunk Basic Information Setup – 0 = Off Incoming/ Outgoing SIP Trunk for E.164 1 = Mode 1 When this data is set to 1, then for any 2 = Mode 2 outbound SIP calls a + is added as a prefix to 3 = Mode 3...

  • Page 369

    Issue 2.0 Program Name/Description Level Program Input Data Default Number 10-12-09 GCD-CP10 Network Setup – IP Address 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 172.16.0.10 Set IP address for IPLE. 128.0.0.1 ~ 191.255.255.254  192.0.0.1 ~ 223.255.255.254  The IP Address assigned in Program 10-12-01 cannot start with the same leading digits as the IP Address assigned here.

  • Page 370

    Issue 2.0 Program Name/Description Level Program Input Data Default Number 10-36-02 SIP Trunk Registration Information Setup – Maximum of 32 characters. No Setting User ID Assign the SIP User ID provided by your SIP (Profile 1 ~ Profile 2) Carrier. In most cases this is your 10 digit main billing number.

  • Page 371

    Issue 2.0 Program Name/Description Level Program Input Data Default Number 15-05-50 IP Telephone Terminal Basic Data Setup – 0 = Disable Peer to Peer Mode 1 = Enable  On a per station basis enable or disable Peer to Peer mode. ...

  • Page 372

    Issue 2.0 Program Name/Description Level Program Input Data Default Number 44-02-02 Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access 0 = No Setting (None) – Service Type 1 = Extension Call (Own) Set the Service Type (0~3) for the Pre- 2 = ARS/F-Route Table ...

  • Page 373

    Issue 2.0 Table 6-1 SIP INVITE Header Fields Description Program Program Program Calling Party Number = 441509555123 84-14-13 10-02-01 10-02-02 Called Party Number = 00441202223344 – Request-URI: Invite sip: 00441202223344@172.16.18.100 SIP/2.0 To header: To:sip:00441202223344@172.16.18.100 From header: From<sip:441509555123@172.16.0.10> No Setting – Request-URI: Invite sip: 00441202223344@172.16.18.100 SIP/2.0 To header: To:sip:00441202223344@172.16.18.100 From header: From<sip:441509555123@172.16.0.10>...

  • Page 374: Example Output

    Issue 2.0 Delete and replace the + and matched country code from an incoming SIP INVITE using E.164 numbering scheme: Table 6-3 Delete + and Country Code from Incoming SIP INVITE Program 84-14-16 Program 84-14-13 Description With a SIP INVITE for incoming calls. When a + is presented as the international access code along with a country code that DOES NOT match the value in Program 10-02-01, then delete the + and add the international access code value in Program 10-02-02 only.

  • Page 375

    Issue 2.0 <Example Output> Incoming call from: +4902131795770 Program 10-02-02 = 00 Program 10-02-03 = 9 Displayed in terminal incoming caller history as: Program 10-02-01 = 49 Program 10-02-01 = 0 Original Making an outgoing call from history of incoming calls: From an idle multiline terminal.

  • Page 376

    Issue 2.0 6-30 SIP Trunking...

  • Page 377

    Table 6-5 SIP Packet Sequence UA (User Agent) SIP Server Register If authentication required. Register + Auth 200 OK INVITE 401 or 407 If authentication required. INVITE + Auth 100 Trying 1,180 Ringing 180 Ringing -> Local RBT 2,180 Ringing + SDP ->...

  • Page 378

    The feature set is limited. When using H.323, it is not possible to use the advanced networking features. If these features are required, use IP K-CCIS. The UNIVERGE SV9100 Voice over IP Trunk Daughter Board H.323 package sends the real-time voice over the corporate LAN or WAN. The voice from the telephone is digitized and then put into frames to be sent over a network using Internet Protocol.

  • Page 379: Determine Numbering Plan

    RUNK MPLEMENTATION The UNIVERGE SV9100 implementation and programming for SIP and H.323 are very similar. The call routing, call features and speech handling (RTP) are the same – only the signaling protocol is different. For this reason, the description and examples below can be used for either implementation (the differences are clearly defined).

  • Page 380: Configure Voipdb Trunk Ports

    Issue 2.0 Configure VoIPDB Trunk Ports After installing IPLE (VOIP Daughter Board) in UNIVERGE SV9100 System, VOIPDB trunk ports need to be defined in 10-68-01. By default the VOIPDB trunk ports are defined as None. When using H.323, you need to change the trunk ports to H.323 in 10-68-01.

  • Page 381: Configure Voipdb Networking Information

    Comments Item No. Selection IPL Basic Setup – IP Address Default = 172.16.0.20 When installing GPZ-IPLE in 84-26-01 UNIVERGE SV9100 system, only 1 IP address is assigned. IPL Basic Setup – RTP Port 0~65534 Assign the RTP Port Number. Number...

  • Page 382: Configure Signaling Information (h.323)

    Gatekeeper is sufficient. External gatekeepers are used usually only in very large H.323 networks. To configure the UNIVERGE SV9100 to use its internal Gatekeeper, set Program 10-17-01 to Manual, and then set the GCD-CP10 IP address (Program10-12-09) as the gatekeeper address in Program 10-17-02.

  • Page 383: H.323 Alias Address Setup

    H.323 Alias Address Setup – Dial up to 12 digits Enter the Alias Address of the Alias Address (0~9, *, #) UNIVERGE SV9100 system registered into the external Gatekeeper. (12 digits max). 10-18-01 This is the System Code of Local System.

  • Page 384: Configure Call Routing For H.323

    It may be advantageous to configure F-route to route calls to remote destinations via the IP trunks (this can simplify dialing for the users). F-route configuration is discussed fully in the UNIVERGE SV9100 Features and Specifications Manual. 2.4.1 H.323 Call Routing Use the following programs to assign H.323 call routing.

  • Page 385: Caller Id (h.323)

    Issue 2.0 2.4.2 Caller ID (H.323) Use the following programs to assign H.323 caller ID. Table 7-7 H.323 Caller ID Assignments Program/ Description/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection IP Trunk (SIP) Calling Party Up to 16 digits Enter the CPN to be used for calls Number Setup for Trunk (1~0, *, #) made via the selected trunk.

  • Page 386: Codec Selection For Ip Networking

    Issue 2.0 The CLIP that is actually sent is based on the following priority: CODEC Selection for IP Networking IP Networking can use various CODECs. A CODEC is a standard for converting an analog signal to digital. This conversion process is handled by the DSP (Digital Signal Processors) on VoIP Daughter Board.

  • Page 387: Codec Selection For Ip Networking (h.323)

    Issue 2.0 2.5.1 CODEC Selection for IP Networking (H.323) Use the following programs to assign CODEC selections for H.323. Table 7-8 IP Networking (H.323) CODEC Assignments Description/ Program/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 84-01-02 H.323 Trunk Basic 1~4 (SV9100) Information Setup –...

  • Page 388

    Issue 2.0 Table 7-8 IP Networking (H.323) CODEC Assignments (Continued) Description/ Program/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 84-01-17 H.323 Trunk Basic 0~300ms Information Setup – G.711 Jitter Buffer (average) Default is 60 84-01-18 H.323 Trunk Basic 0~300ms Information Setup – G.711 Jitter Buffer (max) Default is 120 84-01-22...

  • Page 389: H.323 Tie Line Programming Example

    Issue 2.0 Table 7-8 IP Networking (H.323) CODEC Assignments (Continued) Description/ Program/ Assigned Data Comments Item No. Selection 84-01-67 H.323 Trunk Basic 0~300ms Information Setup – G.722 Jitter Buffer (max) Default is 120 84-01-68 RTP Filter 0 = Disable 1 = Enable 2 = Enable (SSRC) Default is 1 H.323 TIE Line Programming Example...

  • Page 390

    Issue 2.0 Program Main Site (Office A) Remote Site (Office B) PRG 22-02-01 Set all IP Trunks to TIE PRG 44-02-01 (Table 1) 4 PRG 44-02-02 (Table 1) F-Route F-Route PRG 44-02-03 (Table 1) 1 PRG 44-05-01 (F-Route Trunk Group 10 Trunk Group 10 PRG 44-05-09 (Max Digits)

  • Page 391

    Issue 2.0 7-14 H.323 Trunking...

  • Page 392

    (QoS) initiatives, all of which are controlled by the network and Internet service providers. Because these vari- ables are not in NEC control, it cannot guarantee the performance of the user’s IP-based remote voice solution. Therefore, NEC recommends connecting VoIP equipment through a local area network using a Private IP address.

  • Page 393: Dt800/dt700 Ip Multiline Telephones (itl/itz)

    Issue 2.0 TDM C ECTION ONVERSION When an IP telephone calls a DT300/DT400 multiline telephone, single line telephone or trunk, the speech must be converted from IP to TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) technology. The GPZ-IPLE daughter board provides this function. Each GPZ-IPLE has a number of DSP resources;...

  • Page 394: Conditions

    IP telephone loses connection to the UNIVERGE SV9100 system. No programming is required on the UNIVERGE SV9100 to support this adapter. Connecting to an IP Telephone The Power Fail Adapter connects to an analog PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) line.

  • Page 395

    Issue 2.0 Figure 8-2 Power Fail Adapter Connection PSTN GCD-CP10 Public Switched Telephone Network Switch VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 IP Telephone IP Telephone (with Power Fail Adapter) IP Multiline Station (SIP)

  • Page 396: Operation During Power Failure

    If the telephone is connected to the power supply, but disconnected from the UNIVERGE SV9100 system (e.g., data network failure), the IP telephone attempts to reconnect. If this fails, press the button on the top of the adapter.

  • Page 397

    Issue 2.0 If a call is received on the analog line, the Power Fail Adapter rings. Lift the handset to answer.  Handsfree (Speaker) mode is not supported on calls made to or from the Power Fail Adapter. The handset must always be used. ...

  • Page 398: Local Power

    Although the peer-to-peer feature is supported for IP Station-to-IP Station calls, the UNIVERGE SV9100 chassis must still have a registered GPZ-IPLE installed in the system. With Barge-In, a short silence may occur if the following occurs: Peer-To-Peer call receives a Barge-In without a Barge-In tone.

  • Page 399: System Tones And Ring Tones

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ISCELLANEOUS System Tones and Ring Tones IP Phones do not use Program 80-01: Service Tone Setup entries. The tones are generated locally by the IP telephone. When a Door Box chime rings an IP telephone, the system activates the chimes using a ring command. Because of this, if the volume is adjusted while the door chime is sounding, the ringing volume of the IP Phone is adjusted.

  • Page 400: Example Configuration 1 - Static Ip Addressing, One Lan

    This example shows an IP Phone connected to a single LAN (no routers), with static IP Addresses. Figure 8-5 Example Configuration 1 - Static IP Addressing, One LAN GCD-CP10 Switch VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-CP10 192.168.1.20 VoIP DSP: 192.168.1.21 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 401: Example Configuration 2 - Dynamic Ip Addressing, One Lan

    In this case, additional programming would be required. Refer to Chapter 3 General IP Configuration. Figure 8-6 Example Configuration 2 - Dynamic IP Addressing, One LAN GCD-CP10 Switch VoIP UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-CP10 192.168.1.20 VoIP DSP: 192.168.1.21 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway: 192.168.1.254...

  • Page 402

    Issue 2.0 Programming - GCD-CP10: 10-12-01 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IP Address (for GCD-CP10) 0.0.0.0 10-12-10 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup - Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 10-12-03 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup - Default Gateway 192.168.1.254 10-12-09 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IP Address 192.168.1.20 (This assignment is for GCD-CP10 when the GPZ-IPLE daughter board is installed.)

  • Page 403: Example Configuration 3 - Static Ip Addressing, Routed Wan

    Issue 2.0 Example Configuration 3 - Static IP Addressing, Routed WAN This example shows IP Phones connected to an UNIVERGE SV9100 system over a Wide Area Network (WAN), with static IP addressing. This is a typical scenario - a small branch office connecting to the main office.

  • Page 404

    Issue 2.0 Programming - GCD-CP10: 10-12-01: GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IP Address 0.0.0.0 (for GCD-CP10) 10-12-10: GCD-CP10 Network Setup - Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 10-12-03: GCD-CP10 Network Setup - Default Gateway 198.168.1.254 10-12-09: GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IP Address 192.168.1.20 This assignment is for GCD-CP10 when the GPZ-IPLE daughter board is installed.

  • Page 405: Required Equipment

    It is possible to use either an external DHCP server (e.g., Windows Server) or the UNIVERGE SV9100 internal DHCP server. With IP Phones, either of these options requires the DHCP server to be configured to supply the IP terminal options.

  • Page 406: Building Config File

    Issue 2.0 11.2 Building Config File When building a config file, follow the steps below to launch the phone manager and create a file. Launch the IP Phone Manager software. Once the software is launched, click Auto Config. Figure 8-8 IP Phone Manager SV9100 Networking Manual 8-15...

  • Page 407

    Issue 2.0 Click Terminal. Figure 8-9 Config Setup APL Click 1st Server Address. Assign the 1st Server Address using the IP address programmed in command 10-12-09. 8-16 IP Multiline Station (SIP)

  • Page 408

    Issue 2.0 Click Figure 8-10 Assign IP Address Click 1st Server Port. Assign port number 5080. Click OK. Figure 8-11 Network Settings - 1st Server Port After the changes are made, click Save. SV9100 Networking Manual 8-17...

  • Page 409

    Issue 2.0 When the Save window opens, click Save as... Figure 8-12 Save As/Name File Window In the Save As window, name the file xxx.gz. Example: To name the file test, enter test.gz Place this file in the FTP server. 8-18 IP Multiline Station (SIP)

  • Page 410: Configuring An Ftp Server

    Issue 2.0 11.3 Configuring an FTP Server The file generated in the IP Phone Manager must be placed in an anonymous login folder. The FTP server must be configured with an anonymous login account. The following procedure is an example using Quick and Easy FTP server. Click Configure Settings.

  • Page 411

    Issue 2.0 Click on the Advanced tab to specify the directory to store files. Figure 8-14 Quick ‘n Easy FTP Server Configuration Place the file (for example: test.gz) in the Default home directory. After the file is loaded to the proper directory, click Start to start the FTP server.

  • Page 412: Dhcp Server Setup Windows Server

    Issue 2.0 11.4 DHCP Server Setup Windows Server This section provides instructions for defining vendor classes and setting Defining Vendor Classes In the DHCP server highlight the server machine on the left side. Right click on the server and select Define Vendor Classes. Click ADD.

  • Page 413

    ECTION ELEPHONE EGISTRATION AND ELETION When an IP Phone connects to the UNIVERGE SV9100 system, it is assigned the first available port, starting from the value set in Program 11-02-01 The ports are allocated in blocks of two. For example: Insert a GPZ-IPLE ...

  • Page 414: Manually Upgrading Firmware

    IRMWARE PGRADE ROCEDURE A new version of NEC firmware for the IP Phones can be applied automatically or manually. The upgrade requires using an FTP/TFTP server. This is a software package that runs on a PC. (These can be downloaded from the Internet, usually as freeware or shareware.)

  • Page 415: Checking The Firmware Version

    Issue 2.0 To select download by file, press option 1 (Download File). To boot the program, press 3 (Boot Program). Press the softkey. The IP Phone downloads the firmware from the FTP/TFTP server and reboots when the download is complete. 14.2 Checking the Firmware Version To check the IP Phone firmware version: Press and hold the Help button on the System IP Phone.

  • Page 416

    Issue 2.0 Below is an example of this setup. IMPORTANT This is just an example, you must enter your own local information. Enter the IP Address of the TFTP server that the IP Phone Firmware is stored on. If using FTP, change the server mode to FTP and enter the proper IP Address and login name/ password.

  • Page 417: Ip Phone Registration Modes

    Issue 2.0 Enter the software version of the files stored on the TFTP/FTP server. Enter the Hardware version of the IP telephone. 15 IP S (SIP M ECTION TATION ULTILINE ELEPHONE 15.1 IP Phone Registration Modes The SIP MLT supports three different registration modes. Plug and Play ...

  • Page 418

    Issue 2.0 Manual Login When set to manual login, no user name, password, or extension number is entered into the configuration of the telephone. The user is prompted to enter this user name and password into the IP phone. This information is cross referenced in the phone system to an associated extension number.

  • Page 419

    (QOS). These variables are controlled by the network and Internet service providers. Because these variables are not in NEC control, NEC cannot guarantee the performance of the users IP based voice solution. NEC recommends connecting the VoIP equipment through a local area network using private IP addresses.

  • Page 420: Vlans

    Depending on how QOS policies are built in the network, assignments may be needed in both the CPU and IP terminal. The UNIVERGE SV9100 supports the flagging of packets at layer 2 (VLAN tagging 802.1Q/802.1P) and at layer 3 levels.

  • Page 421: Logging In On The Pc

    Issue 2.0 The following procedures describe two methods for tagging the voice packets and the data packets separately, using the PC, or using the phone keypad. 15.3.1 Logging In on the PC Follow these steps to log into a PC. Web browse to the IP address of phone.

  • Page 422: Tagging Voice Packets Using Ip Phone

    Issue 2.0 15.3.2 Tagging Voice Packets Using IP Phone Follow these steps to program for voice packet tagging using an IP telephone. Log in. Refer to Section 15.3.1 Logging In on the PC on page 8-30. To apply a tag to the voice packets only, go to Network Settings>Advanced Settings>LAN port settings.

  • Page 423

    Issue 2.0 Select either Enable or Disable (default) and click OK. Figure 8-18 VLAN Mode VLAN ID allows an entry of 1~4094 for the VLAN ID. VLAN Mode must be enabled for this entry to be valid. Enter the VLAN ID and click OK. Figure 8-19 VLAN ID VLAN Priority allows an entry of 0~7 for the VLAN Priority.

  • Page 424: Tagging Data Packets Using Ip Phone

    Issue 2.0 15.3.3 Tagging Data Packets Using IP Phone Follow these steps program for data packet tagging using an IP telephone. While logged in to the IP address of the phone on the PC, go to Network Settings>Advanced Settings>PC Port Settings. Refer to Section 15.3.1 Logging In on the PC on page 8-30.

  • Page 425

    Issue 2.0 Select either Enable or Disable (default) and click OK . Figure 8-22 Port VLAN Mode  The remaining data packets settings for VLAN on the PC Port are the same as those for the voice packets. VLAN ID allows an entry of 1~4094 for the VLAN ID. VLAN Mode must be enabled for this entry to be valid.

  • Page 426

    Issue 2.0 Click Save. Figure 8-25 Save Network Settings After saving settings, click OK to confirm. The telephone reboots and applies the VLAN settings. Figure 8-26 Save Confirmation Window SV9100 Networking Manual 8-35...

  • Page 427: Entering Vlan Settings By Phone (voice Packets Only)

    Issue 2.0 15.3.4 Entering VLAN Settings by Phone (Voice Packets Only) Follow these steps to enter VLAN settings using a telephone. Log in. Refer to Section 15.3.1 Logging In on the PC on page 8-30. Press and hold the phone Menu button until the screen changes. Press 0 on the dial pad to access Configuration.

  • Page 428: Tos Settings (layer 3 Qos)

    15.4 ToS Settings (Layer 3 QoS) The marking of packets at layer 3 is done by marking the ToS byte in the IP header of the voice packet. The UNIVERGE SV9100 supports two methods for marking the ToS byte: IP precedence ...

  • Page 429

    Issue 2.0 Working in conjunction with IP precedence, the next 4 bits in the ToS field are designed to influence the delivery of data based on delay, throughput, reliability, and cost. However these fields are typically not used. The following table shows the 8-bit ToS field and the associated IP precedence bits.

  • Page 430

    Issue 2.0 DSCP Code Binary Values Names Points 110000 Class Selector 6 (CS6) 111000 Class Selector 7 (CS7) The following table shows the 8 bit TOS field and the associated Diffserv bits. Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Diffserv Used Used 1(on) here 1(on) here = 1(on) here...

  • Page 431

    Issue 2.0 Individual. If different IP phones require different ToS assignments, due to the  network configuration, these assignments must be set at each individual station Command 84-23 requires a Hexadecimal representation of the 8 bit ToS field. For example, to assign the signaling packets an IP precedence value of 4 and the voice packets an IP precedence value of 5, it would be as follows.

  • Page 432

    Issue 2.0 The following table shows the common IP Precedence/Diffserv values and their hexadecimal equivalent. Table 8-2 Common IP Precedence/Diffserv Values and Hexadecimal Equivalent IP Precedence Hex Value Name IP Precedence 1 IP Precedence 2 IP Precedence 3 IP Precedence 4 IP Precedence 5 IP Precedence 6 IP Precedence 7...

  • Page 433

    Issue 2.0 Enter Values on a Per Phone Basis By the web browser  By configuration mode through the dial pad  To enter the values per phone, browse to the individual phone or enter the configuration mode through dial pad. The following example describes assigning these fields via the web browser.

  • Page 434

    Issue 2.0 Access the following menus to select options: RTP - Voice Packets  SIP - Signalling Packets  Figure 8-30 RTP - Voice Packets Figure 8-31 SIP - Signalling Packets After selecting Save, the following message appears. Select OK and the phone reboots. Once online, the phone tags all packets with the applied settings.

  • Page 435

    Issue 2.0 Press 2 on the dial pad for SIP (Signaling packets), enter the hexadecimal value, and then press the OK soft key. If no more changes are to be made, press the Exit soft key three times, and then press the Save soft key. The phone reboots. 15.5 Bandwidth The bandwidth required for VoIP calls depends on the following factors.

  • Page 436

    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.

  • Page 437

    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 20ms packet size and not using RTP header compression (.020 * 64000) / 8 = 160 Bytes for Voice Payload ([ 18 + 40 + 160] / 160) * 64000 = 87200bps...

  • Page 438

    Issue 2.0 When using Video (H.263) soft phone, add the bandwidth for the video portion to the call. The estimated bandwidth per video stream is as follows: <Receive> Approximately 40k ~ 120k <Send> Approximately 40k ~ 120k 15.6 Some Network Considerations When adding the SV9100 to a customers network there are many things to be aware of.

  • Page 439

    Headquarters network is not configured to recognize the UDP ports used by the NEC equipment thus blocking them from resulting in registration failure. To solve this issue the ports used by the NEC VoIP equipment must be opened in the firewall allowing the NEC traffic to pass through onto the SV9100.

  • Page 440

    Issue 2.0 The following diagram shows three sites connected together via VPN. This network is not fully meshed due to the lack of a VPN tunnel between Sites B and Figure 8-33 SV9100 Network Example No. 3 With Peer-to-Peer enabled, the IP phones on site A can communicate with IP phones on sites B and C.

  • Page 441

    Issue 2.0 To correct this issue another VPN connection between sites B and C is required. If an additional VPN cannot be implemented, due to network limitations, the Peer- to-Peer feature can be disabled in the SV8100. With Peer-to-Peer disabled, all packets (Signaling and Voice) route through the GPZ-IPLE card.

  • Page 442: Guide To Feature Programming

    Issue 2.0 15.7 Guide to Feature Programming Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 0.0.0.0~ 126.255.255.254 GCD-CP10 Network 128.0.0.1~ IPLE uses the Default Gateway that 10-12-03 Setup – Default 191.254.255.254 is assigned here. Gateway 192.0.0.1~ 223.255.255.254 Default is 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0~ 126.255.255.254 128.0.0.1~ GCD-CP10 Network...

  • Page 443

    Setup – Server Name e.g. At default the server name is sipphd. The URL could look like the following: sipphd@voipu.nec.com Default is sipphd Port the SIP messages are sent to Range = 0 ~ 65535 DT800/DT700 on the VoIPU card. This same port...

  • Page 444

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 Server Information 0 = Mode 1 10-46-08 Assign the encryption type. Setup – Encryption Default is 0 Type DT800/DT700 Password used when Program Valid Characters Server Information 10-46-07 is set to ALL. Assign a (0~9, *, #) 10-46-09 Setup –...

  • Page 445

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 0 = Normal Handset IP Telephone 1 = Handset for Power Terminal Basic Data Read Only CM showing type of Failure (PSA/PSD) 15-05-21 Setup –Handset Handset installed on the telephone. 2 = BCH Option Information Default is 0 READ ONLY...

  • Page 446

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number For SIP Multiline phone using 0 = Not Set IP Telephone Manual/Auto registration. Assign 1-960 = Set Terminal Basic Data each phone a unique personal 15-05-27 Setup –Personal ID index. When complete go to Index command 84-22 and set the user name and password.

  • Page 447

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number Assignments deal with setting of the Layer 3 IP Header ToS field as it leaves the VoIPDB unit. Protocol Type Specify the protocol to assign the 1 = Not Used ToS field for, and select the 2 = Not Used populated field to conform to either 3 = Voice Control...

  • Page 448

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 Multiline Basic At half the value of this timer the IP Range: 60~65535 Sec. 84-23-03 Information Setup – terminal sends a re-invite message. Default is 180 Session Expire Timer DT800/DT700 Multiline Basic Minimum time the CPU accepts a Range: 60~65535 Sec.

  • Page 449

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 Multiline Basic Time to leave the terminal Locked Range; 0 ~ 120 84-23-11 Information Setup – Out after entering the wrong security Default: 0 Password Lock code. Default is 0 Time DT800/DT700 Assign the network admin telephone...

  • Page 450

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 Multiline CODEC Basic Information Average value of the dynamic jitter Range: 0 ~ 300ms 84-24-05 Setup – buffer. Default is 40 G.711 Jitter Buffer Average DT800/DT700 Multiline CODEC Basic Information Maximum value of the dynamic jitter Range: 0 ~ 300ms 84-24-06...

  • Page 451

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 1 = Static Multiline CODEC 2 = Self adjusting 84-24-17 Basic Information 3 = Adaptive immediate Setup – Default is 2 Jitter Buffer Mode DT800/DT700 Multiline CODEC Basic Information 0 ~ 30 84-24-18 Setup - Voice Default is 20...

  • Page 452: Sip Mlt Quick Startup Guide

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number DT800/DT700 Multiline CODEC Basic Information Average value of the dynamic jitter Range: 0 ~ 300ms 84-24-35 Setup – buffer. Default is 60 G.722 Jitter Buffer Average DT800/DT700 Multiline CODEC Basic Information Maximum value of the dynamic jitter Range: 0 ~ 300ms 84-24-36...

  • Page 453

    Issue 2.0 leave Gateway IP address at 0.0.0.0. Figure 8-34 System Data 10-12: GCD-CP10 Network Setup 8-62 IP Multiline Station (SIP)

  • Page 454

    Issue 2.0 Program 84-26 Assign IP addresses to the DSPs that are to be used. The IP addresses assigned must be in the same subnet as the address in Program 10-12-09. After these commands are uploaded to the CPU, a system reset must be applied.

  • Page 455

    Issue 2.0 After one port in a block of two is used by a VoIP station, the remaining port can be used only for another VoIP Extension. Figure 8-36 System Data 11-02: Extension Numbering This step is optional. To enable Key data and other station feature programming (before IP Phone is brought online) the extensions must be identified as IP Phones.

  • Page 456

    Issue 2.0 Programs. Figure 8-37 PCPro Programming Unregistered Phones Figure 8-38 IP Phone List The SIP MLT Station requires assignments to be made in the phone itself. Enter the Program Mode in the station using the following steps. SV9100 Networking Manual 8-65...

  • Page 457: Automatic Registration

    Issue 2.0 ❍ The station does not require an Ethernet connection to enter program mode. Only power is required. Power can be provided by an AC adapter plugged into the phone or by POE provided by a data switch. If the data NOTE switch is providing POE it must be using the 802.3af standard.

  • Page 458

    Issue 2.0 Same as Plug and Play mode. Same as Plug and Play mode. To enable key data and other station feature programming before IP Phone is brought online, the extensions must be identified as IP Phones. Once checked in the IP Phone List in PC-Pro (see images below), the extensions are available for selection in Program 15 and other station related Programs.

  • Page 459

    Issue 2.0 Program 10-46 Change Program 10-46-01 to Automatic. Figure 8-41 Automatic Registration Setting Program 15-05-27 Each IP phone requires a unique personal ID index. Valid settings are 1 ~ 960. Figure 8-42 Automatic Registration Basic Setup Figure 8-43 Automatic Registration Personal ID Index Program 84-22-01 Assign the user ID and password to be associated with the Personal ID Index assigned in Step 6.

  • Page 460

    Issue 2.0 Figure 8-44 Automatic Registration User Name and Password Assignment The SIP MLT Station requires assignments to be made in the phone itself. Enter the Program Mode in the station using the following steps. SV9100 Networking Manual 8-69...

  • Page 461: Manual Registration

    Issue 2.0 ❍ The station does not require an Ethernet connection to enter program mode. Only power is required. Power can be provided by an AC adapter plugged into the phone or by POE provided by a data switch. If the data NOTE switch is providing POE it MUST be using the 802.3af standard.

  • Page 462

    Issue 2.0 Follow these steps for manual registration. Steps 1~4 are the same as for Section 15.8.2 Automatic Registration on page 8-66. Same as for Automatic Registration Mode. Same as for Automatic Registration Mode. Same as for Automatic Registration Mode. Same as for Automatic Registration Mode.

  • Page 463

    Issue 2.0 ❍ The station does not require an Ethernet connection to enter program mode. Only power is required. Power can be provided by an AC adapter plugged into the phone or by POE provided by a data switch. If the data NOTE switch is providing POE it MUST be using the 802.3af standard.

  • Page 464: Ip Phone Relocation

    Issue 2.0 15.9 IP Phone Relocation The IP Phone Relocation feature gives users access to their IP telephone from any location by using the override login function. Users have the flexibility of logging into their IP Station in the office as well as remotely at the home office. IP Phone Relocation Override IP Phone Relocation is a feature for overriding the registration of an IP phone from various locations.

  • Page 465

    Issue 2.0 Override is not supported in a SV9100 system that had a 3rd Party CTI  connection to the CPU (i.e., UC Suites Apps Shared Services, UCB), or to a terminal with a 1st Party CTI connection (i.e., PC Assistant/Attendant and Softphone or 1st Party TAPI driver), and would show Rejected Override >>>CTI Link...

  • Page 466

    Issue 2.0 IP Phone Relocation Flow Chart The following flow chart can be used to enable the IP Phone Relocation feature. Every user must enter both login ID and Password. Figure 8-46 IP Phone Relocation Flow Chart SV9100 Networking Manual 8-75...

  • Page 467

    Issue 2.0 8-76 IP Multiline Station (SIP)

  • Page 468

    Trunks in accordance with the number of registered SIP Stations. A maximum of (1) GPZ-IPLE can be installed per UNIVERGE SV9100 System, supporting the maximum of 896 IP stations. The UNIVERGE SV9100 supports the following CODECS that are considered to provide toll-quality equivalent speech path.

  • Page 469

    Issue 2.0 voice at rates of 16-, 24-, 32-, and 40Kbps. The SIP Station feature set supports the HOLD and TRF features based on RFC draft. Draft-Ietf-sipping-service-examples-09.txt.  Draft-ietf-sipping-service-examples- (Transfer - Attended) 15.txt  IETF RFC is defined as: Internet Engineering Task Force (RFC) Request for ...

  • Page 470

    Issue 2.0 STD SIP C ECTION ONFERENCE Description With SV9100 software 2.00 or higher Standard SIP Terminals can initiate a conference call. Conditions PRG 20-13-08 must be enabled for the Class of Service the Standard SIP Terminal  is in. A DSP Resource is needed for each Standard SIP or DT800/700 that is in the ...

  • Page 471

    Issue 2.0 Member 1 Member 2 Member 3 Necessary Number of DSP STD- SIP DT400 DT400 STD- SIP STD SIP DT300 STD- SIP DT800 STD-SIP Video calls are not supported.  The following conference features are Not Supported with Standard SIP: ...

  • Page 472

    Establish second call (intercom or trunk), which is to be added in the conference. When called party answers, press the “Conference” softkey to start the conference. Repeat steps 2-4 to add more parties to the conference. NEC ITX-1DE-1W Establish an intercom or trunk call. Press the “Hold key” to hold first call.

  • Page 473

    Issue 2.0 STD SIP T –U ECTION RANSFER NATTENDED Description Any standard SIP terminal can perform an Unattended (Blind/Unsupervised) transfer. Conditions Program 10-05-50 (Peer-to-Peer Mode) must be disabled for the Unattended  Transfer to be performed. A SIP terminal must receive the re-Invite message of Session Timer in a state of ...

  • Page 474

    Issue 2.0 Required Components GCD-CP10  GPZ-IPLE  Related Features  IP Single Line Telephone (SIP)  Transfer NAT M SIP T ECTION ODE FOR TANDARD ELEPHONE Description The SV9100 supports NAT for Standard SIP Terminals. Conditions When PRG 10-33-05 NAT mode for SIP phone is set to 1 (Enable), the P2P mode ...

  • Page 475

    Issue 2.0 System Availability Terminals Standard SIP Terminal  Required Components GCD-CP10  GPZ-IPLE  Related Features  IP Single Line Telephone (SIP)  Transfer Programming Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 0.0.0.0~ 126.255.255.254 128.0.0.1~ GCD-CP10 Network Assign the default gateway IP 10-12-03 191.255.255.254 Setup- Default Gateway...

  • Page 476

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 128.0.0.0 192.0.0.0 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0 248.0.0.0 252.0.0.0 254.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 255.128.0.0 255.192.0.0 255.224.0.0 255.240.0.0 255.248.0.0 255.252.0.0 255.254.0.0 255.255.0.0 255.255.128.0 GCD-CP10 Network Define the Media Gateway 255.255.192.0 10-12-10 Setup – Subnet Mask Subnet Mask Address. 255.255.224.0 255.255.240.0 255.255.248.0...

  • Page 477

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number When connecting a standard SIP Registar/Proxy SIP terminal via NAT, this 0 = Disable 10-33-02 Information Basic Setup opion must be enabled to 1 = Enable - Authentication Mode prohibit illegal SIP phone (default = 0) registration.

  • Page 478

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 10-58-02 Network Address – This program sets the 128.0.0.0 / 192.0.0.0 Subnet Mask netmask for the IP Addresses 224.0.0.0 / 240.0.0.0 assigned in Program 10-58- 248.0.0.0 / 252.0.0.0 254.0.0.0 / 255.0.0.0 255.128.0.0 255.192.0.0 255.224.0.0...

  • Page 479

    Issue 2.0 Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 15-05-45 IP Telephone Terminal This program is valid when 0 = Disable Basic Data Setup – NAT Program 10-46-14 is On (NAT 1 = Enable Plug and Play feature activated). (default = 0) Select sending RTP port number to remote Router, use from negotiation result (0) or...

  • Page 480

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ROGRAMMING Configure VoIPDB Networking Information The VoIPDB should be connected to the same IP Subnet as the GCD-CP10. It also requires a valid IP address. Use these programs to assign VoIPDB network related information.  If any IP Address or NIC setting is changed, the system must be reset for the changes to take affect.

  • Page 481: Voipdb (dsp) Basic Setup

    Issue 2.0 5.1.1 VoIPDB (DSP) Basic Setup Use these programs to make basic VoIPDB assignments. Description/ Program Number Program Name Assigned Data Comments IPL Basic Setup – IP Default: 84-26-01 Address Slot 1 = 172.16.0.20 IPL Basic Setup – RTP Assign the RTP Port 0~65534 84-26-02...

  • Page 482: Ip Extension Numbering

    Issue 2.0 5.1.4 IP Extension Numbering Use these programs to assign IP extension numbering. Program Description/ Program Name Assigned Data Number Comments System Numbering Refer to the SV9100 1 = 3 Digit; Intercom Programming Manual for all options and 11-01-01 default settings.

  • Page 483

    Issue 2.0 Program Description/ Program Name Assigned Data Number Comments SIP Extension CODEC Define G.711 Jitter 0~300ms Information Basic Setup – Buffer maximum 84-19-06 G.711 Jitter Buffer (max) accepted value. Default is 80 SIP Extension CODEC Define the G.729 audio Information Basic Setup –...

  • Page 484

    Issue 2.0 Program Description/ Program Name Assigned Data Number Comments SIP Extension CODEC Information Basic Setup – 1 = 10ms Number of G.722 Audio 2 = 20ms 84-19-33 Frames 3 = 30ms 4 = 40ms Default is 3 SIP Extension CODEC 0~300ms 84-19-35 Information Basic Setup –...

  • Page 485: Sip Extension Basic Information Setup

    Issue 2.0 5.1.6 SIP Extension Basic Information Setup Use these programs to assign basic SIP extension information. Program Description/ Program Name Assigned Data Number Comments SIP Extension Basic Define SIP station 1~65535 84-20-01 Information Setup – Registrar/ Proxy Port. Proxy Port Default is 5070 SIP Extension Basic Define the periodic...

  • Page 486

    Issue 2.0 Program Description/ Program Name Assigned Data Number Comments IP Telephone Terminal Basic MAC Address of MAC address Data Setup – IP Phone Fixed registered MLT SIP 00-00-00-00-00-00 to Port Assignment phone is stored and/or FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF can input the MAC address of an MLT SIP Default is 15-05-02...

  • Page 487: Sip Phone Example

    2 = Allowed while RTP is 15-05-49 system. not available Default = 1 SIP Phone Example The following example show a SIP phone attached to an SV9100 system. UNIVERGE SV9100 GCD-CP10 Managed Switch VoIP GCD-CP10 192.168.1.20 VoIP DSP: 192.168.1.21 Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0 Default Gateway:192.168.1.254...

  • Page 488: Introduction

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 10 SV9100 NetLink Introduction ECTION NTRODUCTION NetLink Networking provides a seamless connection, using an IP network, to join multiple SV9100 communication servers into what would appear to be a single communications server. With a unified numbering plan, users can access any extension in the network as if they were in the same location.

  • Page 489

    Issue 2.0 An added feature of NetLink is the Fail-Over feature. If the Primary System is turned off or disconnected, without the Fail-Over feature, all communication servers would stop working. With Fail-Over, the server locates one of the Secondary Systems as based on the SV9100 programming, and it takes over the Primary System database allowing the other linked nodes to continue functioning.

  • Page 490: Hardware

    Issue 2.0 SV9100 R ECTION EQUIREMENTS Hardware Each SV9100 Communications Server needs the following items: GCD-CP10  GPZ-IPLE  Install the station/trunk blades as required for your configuration. When installing a Secondary System in a NetLink network, and the Secondary ...

  • Page 491: Determining Primary System

    Issue 2.0 Determining Primary System To determine the Primary System which should be controlling the NetLink network, the Primary System is selected based on System ID. The lowest ID number becomes Primary System. If you add a new communication server to NetLink once the Primary System is already determined and functioning, the new communication server becomes a Secondary System.

  • Page 492

    (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 493

    TCP/UDP ports utilized by the NEC equipment, thus blocking them resulting in registration failure. To solve this issue the ports used by the NEC VoIP equipment must be opened in the firewall allowing the NEC traffic to pass through onto the SV9100.

  • Page 494

    Issue 2.0 The following diagram shows three sites connected together via VPN. This network is not fully meshed due to the lack of a VPN tunnel between Sites B and Figure 10-3 VPN Network SITE B VPN Tunnel Between Sites A and B SITE A IPLE IPLE Signaling Address = 192.168.15.5/...

  • Page 495: Limitations

    Issue 2.0 NetLink with IP Phones connected via NAPT Figure 10-4 NetLink with IP Phones connected via NAPT Limitations 3.2.1 Features Synchronous Ringing via NetLink is not supported. 3.2.2 IP Terminal All DT800/DT700 terminals and softphones must register to the primary system.

  • Page 496: Ip Trunks

    Issue 2.0 The SV9100 Encryption feature is only supported in the primary system. 3.2.3 IP Trunks When configuring SIP Trunks on Netlink Secondary system, only SIP Profile One is supported. 3.2.4 General limitations SV8100 CPU is not supported in a Netlink environment with SV9100 ...

  • Page 497

    Issue 2.0 After seven days or 28 days the license expires. To renew the license,  a connection to the original Primary site must be re-established. (Once the connection to the Primary is recovered, if fail-over occurs again, the license is once again enabled for the specified duration based on software version above.) If the original Primary site is in the NetLink network as a temporary ...

  • Page 498

    Issue 2.0 With the T-1 CCTA blade is supported in the primary system and/or  secondary systems. When using Mobile Extension in a NetLink Network, the ISDN/PRI  must be used in the Primary System. InMail is supported in a NetLink network; however, replication should ...

  • Page 499

    Issue 2.0 Data switches must be manageable  Routers must provide QOS  Adequate bandwidth for estimated VoIP traffic  Depending on how QoS policies are built in the network,  assignments may be needed in the CPU. Table 10-1 VoIP Resource Chart Primary System Secondary 1...

  • Page 500

    Issue 2.0 In-Mail and VRS use the VMDB of the Primary (Main) site.  APSU can be installed in the Secondary (Remote) System, however  the NetLink time zone follows the Primary (Main) System. When installing a Secondary System in a Netlink network and the ...

  • Page 501: E911

    Issue 2.0 A DSP is used on the system GCD-CP10 which has the call. For instance, when  a trunk on System ID 2 uses a receiver, a DSP on System ID 2 is used. The Primary System must control DSP resources on the Secondary Systems ...

  • Page 502

    Issue 2.0 Primary Secondary Hold When a terminal is placed on hold, MOH comes from the communications server in which the terminal resides. Trunk Primary Secondary Hold When a terminal is placed on hold, MOH comes from the communications server in which the terminal resides. SV9100 Networking Manual 10-15...

  • Page 503

    Issue 2.0 Secondary Primary External Paging  External Paging uses an output on the GCD-CP10 of the Primary System.  A PGD(2)-U10 ADP must be used if External Paging is required in the Secondary Systems. Bandwidth The following example shows the approximate bandwidth used for the NetLink signaling: Bandwidth signaling for 1 call = 4kb ...

  • Page 504: Foip

    Issue 2.0 For InMail remote CCIS extensions are not supported in a centralized directory.  FoIP FoIP (Fax over IP) is supported in a NetLink network.  ECTION IST OF UPPORTED EATURES IN ECONDARY YSTEM The following table lists supported features. Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System Supported in Feature Name...

  • Page 505

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Background Music Conditions If using Background Music, each site must provide its own music source. Primary and Secondary Systems cannot share a source. If the Primary System is set to Music off of the GCD-CP10, then all Secondary Systems also must get their music off of the GCD-CP10.

  • Page 506

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Code Restriction, Dial Block Conference Conference, Voice Call/Privacy Release Continued Dialing Cordless DECT Terminals Cordless Telephone Connection Data Line Security Delayed Ringing Department Calling Department Step Calling Dial Pad Confirmation Tone Dial Tone Detection...

  • Page 507

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Flexible System Numbering Flexible Timeouts Forced Trunk Disconnect Group Call Pickup Group Listen Handset Mute Handsfree and Monitor Handsfree Answerback/Forced Intercom Ringing Headset Operation Hold Hot Key-Pad Hotel/Motel...

  • Page 508

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Maintenance Conditions Web Pro and PC Pro can be used to view the individual Card Configuration screens of all Systems in a NetLink Network, however the System Data is for all Systems combined.

  • Page 509

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Programming from a Multiline Terminal Pulse to Tone Conversion Redial Function Remote (System) Upgrade Repeat Redial Resident System Program Reverse Voice Over Ring Groups Ringdown Extension, Internal/ External Room Monitor...

  • Page 510

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System SV9100 UC Suite Applications Conditions The SV9100 UC Suite must connect to the Primary System. SV9100 Internal Router SV9100 PoE Gigabit Switch SV9100/SV9300 Terminals Synchronous Ringing Tandem Ringing Tandem Trunking (Unsupervised...

  • Page 511

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-3 Supported Features in Secondary System (Continued) Supported in Feature Name Secondary Comments System Volume Controls Warning Tone For Long Conversation Wireless DECT (SIP) Conditions All IP Terminals connect to the Primary System. 10-24 SV9100 NetLink...

  • Page 512

    Issue 2.0 ECTION UNCTIONS Programming The following programs require a GCD-CP10 reset after making a change via PCPro, Web Pro and handset programming. Program When Changed via 10-12-01 Handset, Web Pro, PCPro 10-12-02 Handset, Web Pro, PCPro 10-12-09 Handset, Web Pro, PCPro 10-12-10 Handset, Web Pro, PCPro 51-01-01...

  • Page 513

    Issue 2.0 Enter IP addresses for any communications server which is included in the network (especially the Primary SV9100). Once the communications server connects to the Primary SV9100, this setting is updated by the Primary SV9100 when Program 51-13-01 is enabled. This allows any new or changed SV9100s to be added automatically.

  • Page 514: Section 5 Netlink Functions

    Issue 2.0 51-06-02 : NetLink Primary System Automatic Integration Setting – Blade  Reset Timing Option When the Primary Automatic Integration reestablishes the NetLink network, the blades in the secondary SV9100s are reset. This option determines if the secondary SV9100 blades are reset only when all blades are idle (0) or anytime (1).

  • Page 515

    Issue 2.0 51-07-02 : NetLink Forced Change of Primary System Settings – Blade Reset  Timing Option When the Forced Change of Primary Settings is performed, the blades in the secondary communication servers are reset. This option determines if the secondary SV9100 blades are reset only when all blades are idle (0) or anytime (1).

  • Page 516

    Issue 2.0 51-09-07 : NetLink TCP Port Settings – Database Replication Primary System  Detection Port Define the port used for communication so that the Primary SV9100 may synchronize the Secondary SV9100 with the program data (0~65535). If 0 is entered, the port is selected dynamically.

  • Page 517: Section 6 Fail-over

    Issue 2.0 If Program 51-16-01 is set to 1, set the time to replicate the program data (0000~2359). 51-16-03 : NetLink System Data Replication Mode Setting – System Data  Replication Interval Setting If Program 51-16-01 is set to 2, set the interval time between replicating the program data (15-1440 minutes).

  • Page 518

    Issue 2.0 The Primary System is selected based on the Primary Candidate Order and System ID. The decision for the new Primary System is based first on the value of the Primary Candidate Order. The lower the number, the higher the priority. If the value is the same number, the System ID is then checked.

  • Page 519

    Issue 2.0 If communication server database is set up as follows, System ID 4 becomes the new Primary System. System ID Primary Candidate Order Program 51-01-01 Program 51-01-02 Required Programs: 51-01-01 : NetLink System Settings - NetLink System ID  This is the ID number (0 = Disabled, 1-50) that identifies each SV9100 in the NetLink network.

  • Page 520

    Issue 2.0 51-04-01 : IP Address for Top Priority Primary System – Internet Protocol  Address for Top Priority Primary System Enter the IP address of the Primary SV9100. This setting is needed to use the Primary SV9100 Automatic Integration Feature (Program 51-06-01). If the secondary flag is set in Program 51-01-03 secondary SV9100s connect with this IP address.

  • Page 521

    Issue 2.0 When the attendant's telephone exists on a secondary system, alarm  information cannot be displayed on the attendant's telephone. Only the voice mail connected with the Primary System can be used. Since the  recording data of the voice mail is not synchronized, the content originally recorded by the Primary cannot be succeeded, though the voice mail of the Secondary System can be used after it becomes the Primary after Fail-Over.

  • Page 522

    Issue 2.0 ECTION RIORITY RIMARY YSTEM RIMARY YSTEM UTOMATIC NTEGRATION When the Primary System is temporarily disconnected/powered down, another communications server can become the new Primary System. To have the original Primary System restored as the Primary when it is reconnected/powered up, enable this function.

  • Page 523: Forced Change Primary System

    Issue 2.0 51-06-02 : NetLink Primary System Automatic Integration Setting – Blade Reset  Timing Option When the Primary Automatic Integration reestablishes the NetLink network, the blades in the secondary SV9100s are reset. This option determines if the secondary SV9100 blades are reset only when all blades are idle (0) or anytime (1).

  • Page 524: Ip Settings

    Issue 2.0 51-08-02 : New Primary System Setting - System ID of New Primary  If you already have an IP address registered in Program 51-11-03, you can execute a Forced Change Primary SV9100 by entering the system ID. If this ID is set to 0, the Top Priority SV9100 is selected as the new Primary.

  • Page 525: Asynchronous Settings

    Issue 2.0 Be careful when changing the communication server database. If the Primary System is changed before synchronization, the edited data is lost. Asynchronous Settings The following program settings are not updated by the Primary System: 10-01, 10-02, 10-12, 10-13, 10-14, 10-15, 10-16, 10-45, 51-01, 90-01, 90-09. SRAM Database Data in SRAM area is not transferred to Secondary Systems.

  • Page 526

    Issue 2.0 51-16-06 : NetLink System Data Replication Mode Setting – System Data  Replication Interval Set the time to start replication to the next node after replication has completed to one node (1~86400 seconds). ECTION REATE ECOVERY ATABASE Before assigning a System ID, you should create a Recovery Database. The Recovery Database can be used when you want to disconnect the communication server from the NetLink.

  • Page 527

    Issue 2.0 However, the license of Secondary System is temporary lasting 28 days. After the – specified duration, the communication server is reset and the licenses are removed. If the link is recovered and original Primary System is back in service, the licenses are returned to use without any expiration time.

  • Page 528: Section 13 Port Assignment

    Issue 2.0 12 M ECTION AINTENANCE EATURES Confirming NetLink Basic Information From a multiline terminal, press Feature + 5. The LCD display shows the System ID, Primary/Secondary, IP Address of the VOIPDB (not GCD-CP10), and the Primary System ID. Confirming Communication Server Status If an installer needs to know the status of each communication server, on the Primary System, access Program 51-11 from telephone programming.

  • Page 529: Section 14 Slot Control

    Issue 2.0 Primary System GCD-CP10 Slot GCD-DLCA Ext port: 1 16 Slot GCD-4COT Trunk port: 1 4 Slot GCD-4PRTA Trunk port: 5 12 Slot Secondary System 1 Connected First GCD-CP10 Slot GCD-16DLCA Ext port: 17 32 Slot GCD-8LCA Ext port: 33 40 Slot GCD-4PRTA Trunk port: 13 20...

  • Page 530

    Issue 2.0 This function allows the Primary System to control 240 slots and, users can check what kind of blade is installed in each communication server and how many blades are available in the link. Virtual Slot Image Up to 240 Virtual Slots System ID 1 (Primary) System ID 2 (Secondary) Related Programming:...

  • Page 531

    Issue 2.0 communication server no longer appears in Program 51-11. 15 T ECTION ETUP If a communication server in the network is in a different location, the time zone may be different. To adjust the clock display on multiline terminals, the user can define the offset from the Primary System.

  • Page 532

    Issue 2.0 16 V IP H ECTION ANDLING Using VoIP equipment is permitted with NetLink. A maximum of VoIP 256 channels can be controlled. When an analog/digital terminal talks via NetLink, a VoIP resource in the communications server to which the terminal is connecting is used. When an IP terminal talks to an analog/digital terminal via NetLink: For an IP terminal, a VoIP resource is not required.

  • Page 533

    Issue 2.0 The number in each box indicates how many VoIP resources are required to talk. Primary System Secondary 1 Secondary 2 Termin Termina Analog/ Analog/ Analog/ Trunk Terminal Terminal Digital Digital Digital P :1 P :1 P :1 P :1 Terminal S1 :1 S1 :1...

  • Page 534

    Issue 2.0 Sample Configurations NetLink NetLink NetLink System ID = 1 System ID = 2 System ID = 3 Primary Secondary Secondary System ID = 1 System ID = 2 System ID = 3 SV9100 Networking Manual 10-47...

  • Page 535: Section 8 Communication Server Database Synchronization

    Issue 2.0 Configuration Flow (Case 1) Primary Based on System ID – Create a Recovery Database – Recommended Because each communication server database and communication server configuration are updated by the Primary System, creating a recovery database is recommended. This may be needed if the communication server goes back to a stand-alone server.

  • Page 536

    Issue 2.0  For centralized voice mail the voice mail must be installed in the Primary System (Site A). Assigning Top Priority Primary System and Primary System Automatic Integration are recommended. Specify the communication server in Site-A for the Top Priority Primary System Site-A becomes the Primary System.

  • Page 537

    Issue 2.0 When the communication servers come up, the Primary System and Secondary Systems are connected and start working. For database synchronization, wait three minutes (or more). 17 N -SIP C ECTION ULTI ARRIER When the Secondary NetLink system calls out using its own SIP Trunk, no ...

  • Page 538

    Issue 2.0 Default Setting No SIP Trunks are defined Programming This section lists each program in numerical order. For example, Program 10-01 is at the beginning of the section and Program 92-01 is at the end. The information on each program is subdivided into the following headings: Description describes what the program options control.

  • Page 539

    Issue 2.0 18 H ECTION OW TO NTER ROGRAMMING To enter programming mode: Go to any working display telephone.  In a newly installed system, use extension (port 1). Do not lift the handset. Press Speaker. #  #  Password Dial the system password + Transfer.

  • Page 540

    Issue 2.0 19 H ECTION OW TO ROGRAMMING To exit the programming mode:  When you are done programming, you must be out of a program option to exit (press Answer to exit the program option). Press Answer to exit the program options, if needed. Program Mode Base Service OP1 OP2 Press Speaker.

  • Page 541

    Issue 2.0 Table 10-4 Keys for Entering Data (Continued) Keys for Entering Data Use this key... When you want to... Press to switch between the different input data fields. The cursor moves up to the top row of the display. Press again to move the cursor back to the middle row.

  • Page 542

    Issue 2.0 21 P ECTION ROGRAMMING AMES AND ESSAGES Several programs (e.g., Program 20-16 : Selectable Display Messages) require you to enter text. Use the following chart when entering and editing text. When using the keypad digits, press the key once for the first character, twice for the second character, etc.

  • Page 543

    OFTKEYS ROGRAMMING ECTION Each UNIVERGE SV9100 display telephone provides interactive Softkeys for intuitive feature access. The options for these keys automatically change depending on where you are in the system programming. Press the Softkey located below the option you want, and the display changes accordingly.

  • Page 544

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup to setup the IP Address, Subnet-Mask, and Default Gateway addresses. Caution! If any IP Address or NIC settings are changed, the system must be reset for the changes to take affect.

  • Page 545

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description Time Zone Determine the offset 0~24 (0 = -12 Hours and 24 = +12 Hours) (-5 hours) from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time. Then enter its respective value. For example, Eastern Time (US and Canada) has a GMT...

  • Page 546

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description NIC Setup 0 = Auto Detect Set for IPLE. 1 = 100Mbps, Full-Duplex 3 = 10Mbps, Full-Duplex 5 = 1 Gbps, Full-Duplex Conditions The system must be reset for these changes to take affect. ...

  • Page 547

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-54 : License Configuration for Each Package Level: Description Use Program 10-54 : License Configuration for Each Package to set the license information for each unit. Input Data Slot Number 1~24 License Index Number 1~32 Item Item...

  • Page 548

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-01 : NetLink System Property Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-01 : NetLink System Property Setting to define the parameters of the NetLink feature. ❍ Each system must be set with its own information. ❍...

  • Page 549

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Signal Transmit Method 0 = Immediate 0 = Immediate 1 = Buffering This is the default setting which does not use Nagle Algorithm. When this is enabled data packets are immediately sent across the network with no buffering delay. 1 = Buffering Nagle Algorithm enabled.

  • Page 550

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-02 : NetLink System Individual Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-02 : NetLink System Individual Setting to set system data for each NetLink system. Program 51-02-03 is not used in US, but is used in other countries. NOTE Input Data System ID...

  • Page 551

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference None 10-64 SV9100 NetLink...

  • Page 552

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-03 : NetLink Internet Protocol Address List Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-03 : NetLink Internet Protocol Address List Setting to set the IP address of the NetLink system. Input Data List ID 1~50 Item Item...

  • Page 553

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-04 : IP Address Setting of Top Priority Primary System of NetLink Level: Description Use Program 51-04 : IP Address Setting of Top Priority Primary System of NetLink to set the IP address of the new Primary System. Input Data List ID 1~50...

  • Page 554

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-05 : NetLink Timer Settings Level: Description Use Program 51-05 : NetLink Timer Settings to set the various timers within the NetLink system. Item Item Input Data Default Keep Alive Sending Interval 1~3600 This is the Keep Alive timer sending time from the Secondary system to confirm communication with the Primary system.

  • Page 555

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-06 : NetLink Primary Automatic Integration Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-06 : NetLink Primary Automatic Integration Settings to set the automatic integration of the Primary system. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Primary Integration Right or Wrong 0 = Off...

  • Page 556

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-07 : NetLink Primary Compulsion Specification Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-07 : NetLink Primary Compulsion Specification Setting to set compulsion specification of the Primary system. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Forced Change Primary System Enabling 0 = Disable Set this item whether the Forced Change...

  • Page 557

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-08 : Primary NetLink Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-08 : Primary NetLink Setting to set the IP address and system ID of the compulsory specification of the Primary system. (This program is available only via telephone programming and not through PC Programming).

  • Page 558

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-09 : NetLink Communication Port Settings Level: Description Use Program 51-09 : NetLink Communication Port Settings to set the various communication ports used on the system. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Primary Waiting Port 0~65535 58000...

  • Page 559

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Database Replication Primary Detection 0~65535 Port Replicate database. If 0 is specified, temporary port is selected dynamically. Conditions None Feature Cross Reference None 10-72 SV9100 NetLink...

  • Page 560

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-10 : Virtual Slot Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-10: Virtual Slot Setting to view the number of Virtual slots that are remaining in a NetLink network. There can be up to 240 virtual slots available in NetLink.

  • Page 561

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-11 : NetLink System Information Level: Description Use Program 51-11: NetLink System Information to reference information about other systems in the NetLink network. Input Data System ID 1~50 Item Item Input Data Default System Name For reference only.

  • Page 562

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-12 : Primary System Information Level: Description Use Program 51-12: to reference information about the Primary System Information Primary System in the NetLink network. Data Input Item Item Input Data Default System ID For reference only.

  • Page 563: Section 11 Mac Address Authorization

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-13 : NetLink Options Level: Description Use Program 51-13: NetLink Options to enable automatic IP address List Operation updates, time zone information, and MAC address authorization. Data Input Item Item Input Data Default Automatic IP Address List Operation 0 = Disable (Off) Update...

  • Page 564

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-14 : NetLink System Control Level: Description Use Program 51-14: NetLink System Control to delete system and slot information. This program is available only via telephone programming and not through PC Programming. NOTE Input Data System ID 1~50...

  • Page 565

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-15 : Demonstration Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-15: Demonstration Setting to automatically set the minimum setting values in NetLink. A system reset occurs after this command is executed.. This program is available only via telephone programming and not through PC Programming.

  • Page 566

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-16 : NetLink System Data Replication Mode Setting Level: Description Use Program 51-16: NetLink System Data Replication Mode Setting to set the system data replication between the Primary and Secondary systems. Input Data Item Item Input Data...

  • Page 567

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference None 10-80 SV9100 NetLink...

  • Page 568

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-17 : NetLink DT800/DT700 Server Individual Information Setup Level: Description Use Program 51-17: NetLink DT800/DT700 Server Individual Information Setup to set the NetLink port information. Input Data System ID 1~50 Input Data Item Item Input Data Default...

  • Page 569

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-18 : NetLink Configuration Options Level: Description Use Program 51-18: NetLink Configuration Options to set the NetLink Fail-Over limits. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default NetLink Fail-Over Limit 0, 2~10 (0 = Infinity) When tear-down of network was repeated more than the specified times, NetLink is operated stand-alone.

  • Page 570

    Issue 2.0 Program 51 : NetLink Service 51-19 : NetLink IP Trunk (SIP) Calling Party Number Setup for Extension Level: Description Use Program 51-19: NetLink IP Trunk (SIP) Calling Party Number Setup for Extension to set CPN transmission for each secondary system. Input Data Item Item...

  • Page 571

    Issue 2.0 Program 90 : Maintenance Program 90-57 : Backup Recovery Data Level: Description Use Program 90-57 : Backup Recovery Data to backup the system data in the flash memory on the GCD-CP10 and to make the recovery data. Input Data Data ID Item Item...

  • Page 572

    Issue 2.0 Program 90 : Maintenance Program 90-58 : Restore Recovery Data Level: Description Use Program 90-58 : Restore Recovery Data to select the recovery data stored in the flash memory of the GCD-CP10. After this command is executed, the system restarts automatically.

  • Page 573

    Issue 2.0 Program 90 : Maintenance Program 90-59 : Delete Recovery Data Level: Description Use Program 90-59 : Delete Recovery Data to select and delete the recovery data stored in the flash memory of the GCD-CP10. Input Data Data ID Item Item Input Data...

  • Page 574: Section 1 Napt

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 11 NAPT NAPT ECTION Introduction NAPT, or Network Address Port Translation, is a method by which a private address, or addresses, and their TCP/UDP ports are translated into a single public address and its TCP/UDP ports. In the case of DT800/DT700 IP phones with the SV9100, it allows their connection to a public (Internet) IP address which is then converted back to the private (non-Internet) IP address on the customers network.

  • Page 575: Requirements

    Issue 2.0 The example below is with 256 DSP Resources licensed to the GCD-CP10. Your Port forwarding range could change depending on number of DSP Resource Licenses. Figure 11-1 NAPT Configuration Example Requirements The following information provides requirements for NAPT. 1.2.1 Main Software NAPT is supported with the V1000/V1.00 or higher release of the SV9100.

  • Page 576: License

    Issue 2.0 1.2.4 License The system must be licensed for this feature (License 0031).  The system must be licensed for DT800/DT700 ITL Terminals.  IP Terminal License (5111)  System Port License (0300)  Version 1 License (0411)  Installation The following settings have been added for NAT traversal in the DT800/DT700 ITL Terminal.

  • Page 577

    Issue 2.0 WAN Settings: 0. Config/ 2. SIP Settings/ 8. NAT Traversal/ 3. WAN Settings [Eco, Value, Sophisticated] Number and Setting Default Factory Auto Name of Description Value Value Value Config Setting 1. WAN Mate IP Address 0.0.0.0 Available Available WAN Address of the router that IP Address the SV9100 resides behind.

  • Page 578: Programming Example

    Issue 2.0 Programming Example NAPT, or Network Address Port Translation, is a method by which a private address or addresses and their TCP/UDP ports are translated into a single public address and its TCP/UDP ports. In the case of IP phones with the SV9100 it allows their connection to a public (internet) IP address which is then converted back to the private (non-internet) IP address on the customers network.

  • Page 579

    Issue 2.0 11-6 NAPT...

  • Page 580

    Issue 2.0 SV9100 Networking Manual 11-7...

  • Page 581

    Issue 2.0 11-8 NAPT...

  • Page 582

    Issue 2.0 SV9100 Networking Manual 11-9...

  • Page 583

    Issue 2.0 11-10 NAPT...

  • Page 584

    Issue 2.0 SV9100 Networking Manual 11-11...

  • Page 585

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ONDITIONS NAPT is supported for DT800/DT700, and Standard SIP Terminals.  “License Exceeded” will display on the DT800/DT700 terminal when trying to  register a NAT phone, if the feature is not licensed. Terminals using NAPT must be at firmware V3.0.0.0 or higher. ...

  • Page 586: Dhcp

    Issue 2.0 Each NAPT terminal can have a separate Register and Subscribe expire timer. The  load of the CPU will increase with each NAPT terminal using a short timer. The following chart shows the minimum timer settings based on the number of NAPT terminals using PRG 15-05-47 and 15-05-48.

  • Page 587

    It is assumed that port numbers are not changed by the NAT router on the terminal  side. If a port number is changed by NAT router, NEC does not guarantee proper operation. If installing multiple terminals in the domain of the NAT router on the terminal side, ...

  • Page 588

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 10-12-09 GCD-CP10 Network Setup – IP Set for IPLE 0.0.0.0 ~ 126.255.255.254 Address The IP Address assigned in Program 10-12-01 cannot start 128.0.0.1 ~  191.255.255.254 with the same leading digits as the 192.0.0.1 ~ IP Address assigned here.

  • Page 589

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 10-46-01 DT800/DT700 Server Information Normal mode: 0 = Normal (default) Setup - Register Mode 1 = Auto When the phone boots up, it 2 = Manual reports the ext. assigned in the phone or chooses the next available extension in the system.

  • Page 590

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 10-58-02 Network Address - Subnet Mask This program sets the local area 248.0.0.0 / 252.0.0.0 / network of the DT800/DT700 254.0.0.0 / 255.0.0.0 terminal 255.128.0.0 / when the system has a NAT router 255.192.0.0 / and a local router.

  • Page 591

    Issue 2.0 Level Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 15-05-47 Registration Expire Timer for On a per station basis, this setting 0 = Disable NAPT defines the SIP registration expiry 1 = 60 - 65535 (sec) timer. This setting only applies to (default - 180) DT800/DT700 stations connected ...

  • Page 592

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 Chapter 12 All DSP Busy Indication ECTION NTRODUCTION The All DSP Busy feature is used to alert users via telephone displays and/or Alarm reports when all DSP resources in the system are being used. This can be used to trouble shoot issues or to alert when the current hardware might need to be upgraded to a higher capacity.

  • Page 593: Section 2 Conditions

    Issue 2.0 Alarm Report Example: The report example below shows an alarm for all busy Station and Trunk DSPs. << ALARM REPORT >> 01/22/2009 23:37 LVL NO STAT DATE TIME ITEM UNIT SLT PRT PARAMETER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAJ 0068 ERR 01/22/09 09:30 VoIP All DSP Busy VoIPDB 01 00 STA MAJ 0068 ERR 01/22/09 09:31 VoIP All DSP Busy...

  • Page 594

    Issue 2.0 ECTION ELATED EATURES  IP Multiline Station (SIP)  IP Trunk – (SIP) Session Initiation Protocol  K-CCIS – IP  SV9100 NetLink ECTION UIDE TO EATURE ROGRAMMING Level Program Program Name Description/Comments Assigned Data Number 20-13-52 VoIP All DSP Busy Display Set on a per station class of 0 = Off service basis, whether the “All...

  • Page 595

    Issue 2.0 12-4 All DSP Busy Indication...

  • Page 596: What Is Aspirenet?

    UNIVERGE ® SV9100 AspireNet Chapter 13 Introduction NTRODUCTION ECTION What is AspireNet? The AspireNet package provides a seamless connection of multiple systems into a single “virtual” communications system using ISDN (PRI/BRI) and VoIP lines with a unified numbering plan.AspireNet will allow many companies to connect their telephone systems so they appear as one. This will give them the ability to have only one operator to manage the system and share one voice mail within the network.

  • Page 597: Sv9100 Pcbs

    Issue 2.0 Paging AspireNet allows a user to place Paging call to a networked system. If you need to get through to a co- worker who is not at their desk then place a paging call to their system. Call Forwarding You can forward your calls to an extension at another networked extension.

  • Page 598: Available Features

    Issue 2.0 SV9100 System Requirements AspireNet is supported on the GCD-CP10 blade Available Features Feature Name ARS/F-Route Barge In BLF Indication (at Hotline / DSS Console key) Call Forwarding Override Caller ID Display Call Forwarding: Immediately Busy No Answer Both Ring Call Forwarding, Follow Me Call Forwarding, Off-Premise Call Waiting / Camp On...

  • Page 599: Section 18 How To Enter Programming Mode

    Issue 2.0 Using This Manual This Chapter is in four sections: Section 1: Introduction This section provides an Introduction for the AspireNet. Section 2: Setting Up AspireNet This section guides you step by step in setting up a basic AspireNet system. Section 3: AspireNet Features This section provides a description of each of the AspireNet Features Section 4: Programming...

  • Page 600: Required System Programming

    Issue 2.0 When reading an instruction using programmable keys, you will see a notation similar to (PGM 15-07 or SC 751: 06). This means that the key requires function code 06, and you can program this code through Program 15-07 or by dialing Service Code 751. Refer to the Programmable Function Keys feature in your Features and Specifications Manual if you need more information.

  • Page 601

    Issue 2.0 The installation of each mode is shown in the following diagrams. Mode 3 BRI/PRI Network Mode (Leased Line) SV9100 SV9100 Mode 3 Mode 3 BRI Leased Line Master side Slave side T<-S S->T Clock signal Slave Slave Generator Mode 4 BRI/PRI Network Mode (Interconnected Line).

  • Page 602: Aspirenet Ip

    Issue 2.0 Connection Type 0 = Point-to-Multipoint (not available for Networking) 1 = Point-to-Point Example: System – A System – B 1: Point-to-Point 1: Point-to-Point ° 10-03-10 : PCB Setup - Master/Slave System Determine which system will be the master system and which one(s) will be the slave system(s). If one end of the line is set as the Master, the other end of the line must be set as the Slave.

  • Page 603: System Ip Address

    Issue 2.0 2.3.1 System IP Address ° 10-12-09 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup - IPL IP Address (IPLE) Select the IP address of the IPLE Blade (default: 172.16.0.10). A static IP address is required. Each SV9100 system within the network must have a unique IP address. The system must be reset in order for the change to take effect.

  • Page 604: Ip Address Of Other Systems Within The Network

    Issue 2.0 2.3.3 IP Address of other systems within the network ° 10-27 : IP System ID - IP Address The IP Addresses of all other systems within the network must be defined in this program. Each system is identified by a 'System Number' (1 to 50), this is used within the numbering plan to route calls to another system.

  • Page 605: Networking Tcp Port

    Issue 2.0 Type of external equipment 1- CTI Server 2- ACD MIS 3- - Reserve - 4- Network System 5- - Reserve - Item Item Input Data Default 0-65535 External Device 1 = 0 TCP Port External Device 2 = 0 External Device 3 = 0 External Device 4 = 0 External Device 5 = 0...

  • Page 606: Aspirenet Multi Site

    Issue 2.0 AspireNet Multi Site AspireNet Multi Site is a network of three or more systems connected by either AspireNet ISDN or AspireNet IP. The configuration for three or more sites is the same as for two sites, refer to AspireNet ISDN or AspireNet IP for details of setting up the SV9100 systems.

  • Page 607: Numbering Plan

    Issue 2.0 The same also applies for AspireNet ISDN, an ISDN channel will be used from site A to B and also from site B to C. Numbering Plan ° 11-01-01 : System Numbering Set the system’s internal (Intercom) numbering plan and system ID to route to networked systems. The numbering plan assigns the first and second digits dialed and affects the digits an extension user must dial to access other extensions and features, such as service codes and trunk codes, within a networking node or to reach another node.

  • Page 608

    Issue 2.0 Step 3: Assign a function to the code selected After entering a code and specifying its length, you must assign its function. This is the Dial Type column in the table. The choices are: Dial Dial Type Description Related Program Types - Not Used -...

  • Page 609

    Issue 2.0 Example: This example shows two separate extension numbers assigned for the networked systems. System A dials 4xx to reach System B, while system B dials 3xx to reach System A. System – A System – B Dial “3x”: Dial “3x”: Digit “3”...

  • Page 610

    Issue 2.0 Program 44-01-01 0 (Not Used) 0 (Not Used) Program 44-02 Table 1 Table 2 Table 1 Table 2 Program 44-02-01 720@@ 723@@ 720@@ 723@@ Program 44-02-02 Program 44-02-03 Program 44-05 Table 1 Table 2 Table 1 Table 2 Program 44-05-01 Program 44-05-02 °...

  • Page 611

    Issue 2.0 ° 44-05-03 : ARS/F-Route Table - Additional Dial Number Table Enter the table number (defined in Program 44-06) for additional digits to be dialed (0-1000). Using the 4-digit extension number example in Program 11-01-01, the entry would be: ARS/F-Route Table Number 1: Priority Number 1, Additional Dial Number Table = 0;...

  • Page 612: Ars/f-route

    Issue 2.0 SPIRE EATURES ECTION Refer to the SV9100 Feature & Specifications Manual for complete description and programming information for the following features. The information detailed here applies only to the feature when used in a Networked system ARS/F-Route Digits dialed by a user can be sent to the F-Route tables and specified as an AspireNet number by enter- ing the Networked node ID (Trunk Group 101-150 correspond to Network ID’s 1-50) as the target trunk group number, calls will be routed to the target system via the node ID specified.

  • Page 613

    Issue 2.0 set call forward to an F-Route number. The full digit length must be set in Program 11-01 to allow the user to enter the full F-Route destination number. For example if 11-01 was set to 1 digit number length in the example above a user who sets call forward can only enter 1 digit as the destination (e.g 741+1+7).

  • Page 614: Barge In

    Issue 2.0 Barge In Barge In is available in the Networking feature with the following options: • Barge into a conversation between an extension’s own system and a networked system • Barge into a conversation between callers in a networked system •...

  • Page 615: Call Forwarding

    Issue 2.0 Call Forwarding Call Forwarding Immediate / Busy / No Answer / Busy-No Answer / Both Ring options are available with the Networking feature. With a networked system, when Call Forwarding enabled, there is a slight difference in the telephone’s dis- play.

  • Page 616: Call Forwarding/ Do Not Disturb Override

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 11-11-01 Service Code: Call Forward – Immediate 11-11-02 Service Code: Call Forward – Busy 11-11-03 Service Code: Call Forward – No Answer 11-11-04 Service Code: Call Forward – Busy/No Answer 11-11-05 Service Code: Call Forward – Both Ring 11-11-06 Service Code: Call Forwarding (Select Option) 20-11-01...

  • Page 617: Call Forwarding With Follow Me

    Issue 2.0 ture works the same in a networked system as it does in a single system. A call to an extension at a remote system will forward to the Abbreviated Dial bin using a trunk at the remote system. Operation To activate Call Forwarding Off-Premise 1.

  • Page 618

    Issue 2.0 phone’s display. With a single system, the destination extension displays the extension name for the phone with Follow-Me enabled. With a networked system, the extension number is displayed. Operation To activate Call Forward Follow Me: 1. At a system phone other than your own, press idle SPK key and dial 846. Press Call Forward (Station) key (PGM 15-07 or SC 751: 15).

  • Page 619

    Issue 2.0 Camp On With Camp On, an extension user may call a busy extension and wait in line (Camp-On) without hanging up. The call goes through when the busy extension becomes free. Camp On helps extension users to get through as soon as a busy extension becomes free.

  • Page 620: Caller Id Display

    Issue 2.0 Caller ID Display Caller ID information can be sent to the target extension in a networked system and show the Caller ID on the phone’s display. The ABB Name is also shown on LCD by searching ABB table at the target system. Operation A DDI call routed directly to a remote extension will send the Caller ID information to the remote system.

  • Page 621

    Issue 2.0 Central Office Calls, Placing: Seizing a trunk in a networked system The system allows a user to seize a trunk in a networked system using the following methods: Method of Outgoing Available Note Specified Trunk Access (#0 + the trunk number) Specified Trunk Group Access (704 + group number) Trunk Route Access (0) ARS/F-Route...

  • Page 622: Conference

    Issue 2.0 3.10 Conference ference The user can create a Conference call to include a user in a networked system. Operation To establish a Conference: Keyset 1. Establish Intercom or trunk call. 2. Press Conf or Conference key (PGM 15-07 or SC 751: 07) or press HOLD and dial #1. 3.

  • Page 623

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 15-02-24 CONF key operation mode (for system phones) 15-07-01 Programming Function Keys - Conference (code 07) 20-06-01 Calls of Service for Extensions 20-13-08 Class of Service Options (Supplementary Service) - Conference 13-28 AspireNet...

  • Page 624: Department Calling

    Issue 2.0 3.11 Department Calling epartment Calling Department Group access is available via Networking. When the extension at System A tries to make a Department Call to System B, System A should have a numbering plan which defines the Department Access code at System-B (must be defined as dial type 8, Networking in Program 11-01: System Number- ing).

  • Page 625: Department Step Call

    Issue 2.0 3.12 Department Step Call Department Step Call After calling a busy Department Calling Group member in a networked system, an extension user can have Department Step Calling Quickly call another member in the group. Operation To make a Step Call: You step through Extension Groups set in Program 16-02.

  • Page 626: Direct Inward Dialing (ddi)

    Issue 2.0 3.13 Direct Inward Dialing (DDI) Direct Inward Dialling (DDI) An incoming DDI call can be routed to an extension in a networked system. Operation For incoming DDI calls, the system refers to Program 22-11: DDI Translation Number Conversion to deter- mine how to route the call.

  • Page 627: Direct Inward Line (dil)

    Issue 2.0 3.14 Direct Inward Line (DIL) Direct Inward Line (DIL) A Direct Inward Line (DIL) is a trunk that rings an extension, virtual extension or Department Group directly. Since DILs only ring one extension or group (i.e., the DIL destination), employees always know which calls are for them.

  • Page 628: Direct Inward System Access (disa)

    Issue 2.0 3.15 Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Networking allows DISA callers to place a call to an extension in a networked system. Some system fea- tures can also be accessed from the networked system. The Class of Service is determined by the pass- word entered by the DISA caller.

  • Page 629: Hold

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 20-14 Class of Service Options for DISA/E&M 22-02 Incoming Service Type Setup 25-01 DDI/DISA Line Basic Data Setup 25-02 DDI/DISA VRS Error Message 25-03 DDI/DISA Transfer Ring Group with Incorrect Dialing 25-04 DDI/DISA Transfer Ring Group with No Answer/Busy 25-05 DDI/DISA Error Message Setup 25-06...

  • Page 630: Hotline / Direct Station Selection (dss)

    Issue 2.0 3.17 Hotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) HoldHotline / Direct Station Selection (DSS) An extension user can have a Hotline key to a networked extension. The Hotline or DSS console keys can display the status lamp indication of an extension in a networked system. The key will show the status for idle, busy, DND set and Call Forward Immediate set.

  • Page 631: Intercom

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 20-01-04 System Options - Network BLF Indication 20-02-03 System Options for Multi-Line Telephones - BLF Control 20-13-06 Class of Service Options (Supplementary Service) - Automatic Off Hook Signaling 20-06-01 Class of Service for Extensions 30-02-01 110 button DSS Console Key Assignment 30-05-01...

  • Page 632: Keep Alive Operation

    Issue 2.0 3.19 Keep Alive Operation Keep Alive Operation The Keep Alive operation will check that the distant end is available. A dummy message is sent that the distant end must respond to, if no response is received the line will be taken out of service. Keep alive operation is effective on ISDN BRI/PRI and IP AspireNet connections.

  • Page 633: Last Number Redial

    Issue 2.0 3.20 Last Number Redial Last Number Redial Last Number Redial allows an extension user to quickly redial the last number dialed. When used with a networked system, the system can use the same trunk route on which the call was originally placed, even if the trunk is a trunk in another system.

  • Page 634: Message Waiting

    Issue 2.0 3.21 Message Waiting Message Waiting This feature can be used when placing an intercom call to a networked extension and receives either no answer or hears a busy tone. With a networked system, when a Message Waiting has been left, there is a slight difference in the telephone’s display.

  • Page 635: Operator, Centralized

    Issue 2.0 3.22 Operator, Centralized Operator, Centralised It is possible to have a centralized network operator extension that can be dialed with the operator access code (0). Calls to the operator will be queued and answered in order. Up to 32 calls can be queued at the operator extension.

  • Page 636: Paging

    Issue 2.0 3.23 Paging An extension user can make internal or external pages to a networked system. Paging to a networked sys- tem can only be activated by dialing a service code and the target network’s system ID. Operation To Make an Internal Page 1.

  • Page 637

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 11-12-19 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Internal Group Paging 11-12-20 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - External Paging 11-12-24 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Combined Paging 31-01 System Options for Internal/External Paging 31-02 Internal Paging Group Assignment 31-03...

  • Page 638: Park

    Issue 2.0 3.24 Park Park Park places a call in a waiting state (called a Park Orbit) so that an extension user may pick it up. Any extension user who is in the same Park Group as the extension which placed the call in Park can answer the call.

  • Page 639: Ringdown Extension, Internal/external

    Issue 2.0 Related Programs Program Number Title 11-12-31 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Placing a Call in Park 11-12-32 Service Code Setup (for Service Access) - Retrieving Call from Park 20-11-19 Class of Service Options (Hold/Transfer Service) – Normal/Extended Park If enabled, the recall timer set in Program 24-01-07 is used.

  • Page 640: Selectable Display Messaging

    Issue 2.0 3.26 Selectable Display Messaging Selectable Display Messaging An extension user can select a preprogrammed Selectable Display Message for their extension. This mes- sage will be displayed on an incoming intercom caller’s LCD when they call the extension in a networked system.

  • Page 641: Toll Restriction

    Issue 2.0 3.27 Toll Restriction Toll Restriction Toll Restriction limits the numbers an extension user may dial. When accessing a trunk at a remote system the Toll Restriction Class of Service is defined by the calling extension’s system, but the Toll Restriction tables will be used from the system which has the outgoing trunk.

  • Page 642: Transfer

    Issue 2.0 3.28 Transfer Transfer The following types of Transfer are available with Networking: • Screened Transfer • Unscreened Transfer • Transfer to busy extension Operation Transferring Trunk Calls To Transfer a trunk call to a co-worker’s extension: 1. At system phone, press HOLD. At a single line telephone, hookflash.

  • Page 643

    Issue 2.0 Transferring Intercom Calls To Transfer your Intercom call: 1. At system phone, press HOLD. At single line telephone, hookflash. 2. Dial extension to receive your call. If the extension is busy, doesn’t answer or does not want the call, you can dial another extension number. In addition, you may be able to transfer the call to the busy extension.

  • Page 644: Voice Mail, Centralized

    Issue 2.0 3.29 Voice Mail, Centralized Voice Mail, Centralised Networking will support the use of a single voice mail for the entire network. A user may call into the voice mail from anywhere in the network and perform most functions as if the voice mail were located on their premises.

  • Page 645: Section 3 Configuration Examples

    Issue 2.0 If 102 (in-skin/external voice mail) is selected for the ring group instead of 103, the voice mail within the extension’s own system will be called. DDI, DISA: Mis-Dial Calls If the centralized voice mail is set in Program 25-03:103 as the transferred destination for DDI/DISA mis- dial calls, then the call will be transferred to the centralized voice mail.

  • Page 646

    Issue 2.0 Only Local Voice Mail SYSTEM A SYSTEM B CENTRALIZED VOICE MAIL (600) System B System A 16-02-01 VM ports = Group 64 16-02-01 None 45-01-01 45-01-01 None 11-07-01 Group 64 = None 11-07-01 None 45-01-07 45-01-07 45-01-08 45-01-08 None 11-01-01 Dial 6x = Type 2 (Inter-...

  • Page 647

    Issue 2.0 Local Voice Mail at each SV9100 System SYSTEM A SYSTEM B LOCAL VOICE MAIL (600) LOCAL System A System B 16-02-01 VM ports = Group 64 16-02-01 VM ports = Group 64 45-01-01 45-01-01 11-07-01 Group 64 = 600 11-07-01 Group 64 = 500 45-01-07...

  • Page 648

    Issue 2.0 Local and Centralized Voice Mail SYSTEM A SYSTEM B CENTRALISED VOICE MAIL (600) LOCAL This configuration is not supported, the local voice mail should be removed and only the centralized voice mail used. Related Programs Program Number Title 11-01 System numbering plan 11-07...

  • Page 649: Before Reading This Section

    Issue 2.0 ROGRAMMING ECTION Before Reading This Section This section provides you with detailed information about the system programs. By changing a program, you change the way the feature associated with that program works. In this section, you find out about each program, the features that the program affects and how to enter the pro- gram data into system memory.

  • Page 650: How To Enter Programming Mode

    Issue 2.0 sion . The second row of the display “KY01 = *01” indicates that Key 01 is being programmed with the entry of *01. The third row allows you to move the cursor to the left or right, depending on which arrow is pressed.

  • Page 651: Section 19 How To Exit Programming Mode

    Issue 2.0 How to Exit Programming Mode To exit the programming mode: When you are done programming, you must be out of a program option to exit (pressing the Answer key will exit the program option). 1. Press Answer key to exit the program options, if needed. Program Mode Base Service OP1 OP2 2.

  • Page 652: Section 21 Programming Names And Text Messages

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-2 Keys for Entering Data (Continued) Keys for Entering Data Use this key... When you want to... Switch between the different input data fields by pressing . The cursor moves up to the top row of the display. Pressing again moves the cursor back to the middle row.

  • Page 653: Using Softkeys For Programming

    Using Softkeys For Programming Each UNIVERGE SV9100 display telephone provides interactive Softkeys for intuitive feature access. The options for these keys will automatically change depending on where you are in the system programming. Simply press the Softkey located below the option you wish and the display will change accordingly.

  • Page 654: What The Softkey Display Prompts Mean

    Issue 2.0 What the Softkey Display Prompts Mean When using a display telephone in programming mode, various Softkey options are displayed. These keys will allow you to easily select, scan, or move through the programs. Table 13-4 Softkey Display Prompts Softkey Display Prompts If you press this The system will.

  • Page 655

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-03 : ETU Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-03 : ETU Setup to setup and confirm the Basic Configuration data for each blade. When changing a defined terminal type, first set the type to 0 and then plug the new device in to have the system automatically define it or you may have to reset the blade.

  • Page 656

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number (B1) 0 = Not set 1 = Multiline Terminal (1~960) 2 = SLT Adapter (1~960) 3 = Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) (1~960) (Paging) (1~8) PGD(2)-U13 (for Tone Ringer) (1~8) PGD(2)-U13 (for Door Box) (1~8) PGD(2)-U13 (for ACI) (1~96)

  • Page 657

    Issue 2.0 Bottom Option Information =No option (Only applies to DTL–style =APR telephones) =ADA =BHA =No Used =BCA Handset Option =No option Information =PSA/PSD =Bluetooth Cordless Handset For LCA PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~16 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number 0~960 Transmit Gain Level (S-Level)

  • Page 658

    Issue 2.0 For ODTB PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~04 Item Item Input Data Default Logical Port Number 0~400 2/4 Wire 0 = 2 Wire 1 = 4 Wire E&M Line Control Method 0 = TYPE I 1 = TYPE V For DIOP PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~04...

  • Page 659

    Issue 2.0 For BRIA PKG Setup ISDN Line Number 01~04 Item Item Input Data Default ISDN Line Mode =No setting =T-Point =S-Point =NW Mode (Leased Line) =NW Mode (Interconnected Line) =NW Mode (Interconnected Line, Fixed Layer1=NT) =S-Point (Leased Line) Logical Port Number [0:No setting] = 0 [1:T-Point] = 1-400 ...

  • Page 660

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Master/Slave System =Slave System =Master System If set to 0, system is synchronized to network clock. If set to 1, system is not synchronized to the network clock. Networking System No. 0 - 50 =Keypad facility Service Protocol for S-point =Specified Protocol for Aspire...

  • Page 661

    Issue 2.0 For PRTA PKG Setup ISDN Line Number 01~24 Item Item Input Data Default ISDN Line Mode =No setting =T-Point =S-Point =NW Mode (Leased Line) =NW Mode (Interconnected Line) =NW Mode (Interconnected Line, Fixed Layer1=NT) =S-Point (Leased Line) Logical Port Number =for T-Bus 1~400 ...

  • Page 662

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Networking System Number 0 - 50 (Network Mode only) --- Not Used --- Loss-Of-Signal Detection Limit =Level 0 (lowest sensitivity) =Level 1 If the transmit/receive voltage is less =Level 2 than the setting in 10-03-13, the system considers this as Loss-Of-Signal and =Level 3 the PRTA does not come up.

  • Page 663

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default =Auto Number of Ports =4 Ports =8 Ports =12 Ports =16 Ports =20 Ports =24 Ports =28 Ports QSIG Operation Mode =Disable =Enable Straight/Cross Wiring 0 = Auto 1 = Manual (Cross) 2 = Manual (Straight) For DTI (T1) PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~30...

  • Page 664

    Issue 2.0 Straight/Cross Wiring 0 = Auto 1 = Manual (Cross) 2 = Manual (Straight) For IPLE PKG Setup Item Item Input Data VoIP Type IPLE Number of Channel Number of Voice Channels For VM00 PKG Setup Physical Port Number 01~16 Item Item...

  • Page 665

    Issue 2.0 Number of Ports =Auto =4 Ports =8 Ports =12 Ports =16 Ports =20 Ports Straight/Cross Wiring 0 = Auto 1 = Manual (Cross) 2 = Manual (Straight) Conditions When changing a defined terminal type, first set the type to 0 and then plug the new device in to ...

  • Page 666

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-12 : GCD-CP10 Network Setup to setup the IP Address, Subnet-Mask, and Default Gateway addresses. If any IP Address or NIC setting is changed, the system must be reset for the changes to take affect.

  • Page 667

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description Time Zone 0~24 (0 = -12 Hours and 24 = +12 Hours) Determine the offset from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time. Then enter its respective value. For example, Eastern Time (US and Canada) has a GMT offset of -5.

  • Page 668

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default Description 255.255.0.0 Subnet 128.0.0.0 192.0.0.0 224.0.0.0 Mask 240.0.0.0 248.0.0.0 252.0.0.0 254.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 255.128.0.0 255.192.0.0 255.224.0.0 255.240.0.0 255.248.0.0 255.252.0.0 255.254.0.0 255.255.0.0 255.255.128.0 255.255.192.0 255.255.224.0 255.255.240.0 255.255.248.0 255.255.252.0 255.255.254.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.128 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.224 255.255.255.240 255.255.255.248 255.255.255.252 255.255.255.254...

  • Page 669

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-19 : VoIP DSP Resource Selection Level: Description Use Program 10-19 : VoIP DSP Resource Selection to define the criteria for each DSP resource on the VoIP blade. Input Data Slot Number Input Data DSP Resource Number 01~256...

  • Page 670

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment Level: Description Use Program 10-20 : LAN Setup for External Equipment to define the TCP port/address/etc. for communicating to external equipment. Input Data Type of External Equipment 1 = CTI Server 2 = ACD MIS 3 = Not Used...

  • Page 671

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference None 13-76 AspireNet...

  • Page 672

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-27 : H.323 System Interconnection with Application Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-27 : H.323 Interconnection with Application Setup to set the IP address of the networked IP systems. Input Data System ID 01-50 Input Data Item...

  • Page 673

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-31 : Networking Keep Alive Setup to set the interval and retry count of the AspireNet networking keep alive message. The keep alive is used for ISDN and IP networking. The keep alive message is automatically responded to by the destination SV9100, if the response is not received the retry count will start.

  • Page 674

    Issue 2.0 Conditions The keep alive message must be sent and a response not received for the retry count, for the link to be taken out of service and the calls in progress and Park Hold orbits to be released. For example: If an ISDN Net Link connection is disconnected at Layer 1 then the keep alive message can not be sent, therefore the keep alive operation will not occur.

  • Page 675

    Issue 2.0 Program 10 : System Configuration Setup 10-32 : Networking Maximum PRI Channel Setup Level: Description Use Program 10-32 : PRI Networking Maximum PRI Channel Setup to assign the number of B- channels to be used for each ISDN blade. This allows for fractional PRIs when used with multiple site networking.

  • Page 676

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-01 : System Numbering Level: Description to set the system numbering plan. The numbering plan assigns Program 11-01 : System Numbering the first and second digits dialed and affects the digits an extension user must dial to access other extensions and features, such as service codes and trunk codes.

  • Page 677

    Issue 2.0 Entering two digits lets you define codes based on the first two digits a user dials. For example, entering  60 allows you to define the function of all codes beginning with 60. In the default program, only ...

  • Page 678

    Issue 2.0 Dial Dial Type Description Related Program Types Dial Extension Analyze 11-20 : Dial Extension Analyze Table  Changing the Dial Type for a range of codes can have a dramatic affect on how your system operates. Assume, for example, the site is a hotel that has room numbers from 100-399. To make extension numbers correspond to room numbers, you should use Program 11-02 to reassign extension numbers on each floor from 100 to 399.

  • Page 679

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-5 System Numbering Default Settings (Continued) Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8 = Networking 9 = Dial Extension Analyze, 0=None Number of Digits Network System Dial Type Required ID [if type 8] 0~50 Dialed...

  • Page 680

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-5 System Numbering Default Settings (Continued) Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8 = Networking 9 = Dial Extension Analyze, 0=None Number of Digits Network System Dial Type Required ID [if type 8] 0~50 Dialed...

  • Page 681

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-5 System Numbering Default Settings (Continued) Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8 = Networking 9 = Dial Extension Analyze, 0=None Number of Digits Network System Dial Type Required ID [if type 8] 0~50 Dialed...

  • Page 682

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-5 System Numbering Default Settings (Continued) Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8 = Networking 9 = Dial Extension Analyze, 0=None Number of Digits Network System Dial Type Required ID [if type 8] 0~50 Dialed...

  • Page 683

    Issue 2.0 Table 13-5 System Numbering Default Settings (Continued) Dial Types: 1=Service Code, 2=Extension Number, 3=Trunk Access, 4=Special Trunk Access, 5=Operator Access, 6=Flexible Routing, 8 = Networking 9 = Dial Extension Analyze, 0=None Number of Digits Network System Dial Type Required ID [if type 8] 0~50 Dialed...

  • Page 684

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-02 : Extension Numbering Level: Description to set the extension number. The extension number can have Program 11-02 : Extension Numbering up to eight digits. The first/second digit(s) of the number should be assigned in Program 11-01 or Program 11-20.

  • Page 685

    Issue 2.0 Department Calling  Flexible System Numbering  Intercom  13-90 AspireNet...

  • Page 686

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers Level: Description to assign pilot numbers to each Department Group Program 11-07 : Department Group Pilot Numbers set up in Program 16-02. The pilot number is the number users dial for Department Calling and Department Step Calling.

  • Page 687

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) Level: Description to customize the Service Codes for Program 11-10 : Service Code Setup (for System Administrator) the System Administrator. You can customize additional Service Codes in Programs 11-11~11-16. The following chart shows: The number of each code (01~42).

  • Page 688

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program --- Not Used --- --- Not Used --- --- Not Used --- Leaving Message Waiting 11-11-09 (Requires CPU to be licensed for Hotel/Motel) Dial Block by Supervisor 90-19 Off-Premise Call Forward by Door 13-05 --- Not Used --- VRS - Record/Erase Message...

  • Page 689

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program --- Not Used --- --- Not Used --- Date Setting Not Set 20-07-30 Not Set Maintenance Service --- Not Used --- --- Not Used --- --- Not Used --- Watch Message Setting MLT, SLT Warning Message Setting...

  • Page 690

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) Level: Description Use Program 11-11 : Service Code Setup (for Setup/Entry Operation) to customize the Service Codes which are used for registration and setup. You can customize additional Service Codes in Programs 11-10, and 11-12 ~ 11-16.

  • Page 691

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Terminal Related Item Default Program Text Message Setting Setting 20-09-05 Enable Handsfree Incoming Intercom Calls 20-02-12 20-09-05 Force Ringing of Incoming Intercom Calls 20-02-12 15-07 Programmable Function Key Programming (2-Digit Service Codes) 11-11-38 BGM On/Off Setting Key Touch Tone On/Off 15-02...

  • Page 692

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Terminal Related Item Default Program Ring Volume Set Programmable Function Key Programming 15-07 (3-Digit Service Codes) 11-11-17 Station Speed Dial Number Entry MLT, SLT --- Not Used --- Tandem Ringing MLT, SLT 15-07 Setting 30-03 --- Not Used --- Headset Mode Switching...

  • Page 693

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Terminal Related Item Default Program Call Forward with Personal Greeting MLT, SLT Call Forward to Attendant except Busy MLT, SLT 15-01-08 Setting Call Forward to Attendant/No Answer MLT, SLT 15-01-09 Setting Headset Ring Volume Adjustment 11-11-37 15-02-12 15-02-41...

  • Page 694

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) Level: Description Use Program 11-12 : Service Code Setup (for Service Access) to customize the Service Codes which are used for service access. You can customize additional Service Codes in Programs 11-10, 11- 11, and 11-13 through 11-16.

  • Page 695

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Last Number Dial MLT, SLT Saved Number Dial MLT, SLT Trunk Group Access MLT, SLT MLT, SLT Specified Trunk Access MLT, SLT Trunk Access Via Networking Setting MLT, SLT Clear Last Number Dialing Data MLT, SLT Clear Saved Number Dialing Data...

  • Page 696

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program MLT, SLT Station Speed Dialing Voice Over MLT, SLT 11-16-08 Flash on Trunk lines Answer No-Ring Line (Universal Answer) MLT, SLT 14-05 14-06 Callback Test for SLT 15-03-07 Enabled On Hook When Holding (SLT) 15-03-08 Answer On Hook When Holding (SLT) Call Waiting Answer/Split Answer...

  • Page 697

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Related Item Terminals Default Program Watch Mode Start MLT, SLT Security Sensor Mode Start MLT, SLT  MLT = Multiline Terminal  SLT = Single Line Telephone Conditions  None Feature Cross Reference Refer to the Input Data chart on the previous pages. 13-102 AspireNet...

  • Page 698

    Issue 2.0 Program 11 : System Numbering 11-16 : Single Digit Service Code Setup Level: Description Use Program 11-16 : Single Digit Service Code Setup to customize the one-digit Service Codes used when a busy or ring back signal is heard. You can customize additional Service Codes in Programs 11- 10 ~ 11-15.

  • Page 699

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Refer to the Input Data chart on previous pages. 13-104 AspireNet...

  • Page 700

    Issue 2.0 Program 14 : Trunk, Basic Setup 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup Level: Description Use Program 14-01 : Basic Trunk Data Setup to set the basic options for each trunk port. Refer to the chart below for a description of each option, its range and default setting. Input Data Trunk Port Number 001~400...

  • Page 701

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Transmit Gain Level 1~63 32 (0dB) for Conference and (-15.5dB ~ +15.5dB Transfer Calls in 0.5dB intervals) Use this option to select the CODEC gain type used by the trunk when it is part of an Unsupervised Conference.

  • Page 702

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program DTMF Tones for =Disable (No) Outgoing Calls =Enable (Yes) Use this option to enable (1) or disable (0) DTMF tones for outgoing trunk calls. =Disable (No) Account Code Required =Enable (Yes) --- Not Used --- Trunk-to-Trunk =Disable (No)

  • Page 703

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Trunk to Trunk =Disable (No) Warning Tone for =Enable (Yes) Long Conversation Alarm Use this option to enable or disable the Warning Tone for Long Conversation feature for DISA callers. =Disable (No) Warning Beep Tone Signaling =Enable (Yes)

  • Page 704

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Caller ID to Voice =Disable (No) Mail =Enable (Yes) Enable or disable the system ability to send the Caller ID digits (Remote Log-On Protocol) to voice mail. Least Cost Routing =LCR Off =LCR On =LCR On (Cost Center Code...

  • Page 705

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program APSU Trunk Receive 1~57 32 (0dB) Gain (-15.5dB ~ +12.5dB Additional PAD when in 0.5dB a trunk call connects intervals) to APSU Voice Mail. DT800/DT700 Large 2 = Red LED Illumination 3 = Green Setup 4 = Blue...

  • Page 706

    Issue 2.0 Item Related Item Input Data Default Program Outgoing CLI 0 = Contract Number 21-13-01 Selection 21-18-01 1 = Extension Select CLI (Calling 21-19-01 Number Party Number) 21-25-01 2 = Extended Table sending way to trunk. 3 = PRG 21-13 When set to 0, 4 = PRG 21-18 extension CLI number...

  • Page 707

    Issue 2.0 Default Trunk Port Name Number Line 001 Line 002 Line 400 13-112 AspireNet...

  • Page 708

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Refer to features in the Input Data table. SV9100 Networking Manual 13-113...

  • Page 709

    Issue 2.0 Program 14 : Trunk, Basic Setup 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing Level: Description Use Program 14-06 : Trunk Group Routing to set up an outbound routing table for the trunk groups you assigned in Program 14-05. When users dial 9, the system routes their calls in the order (priority) specified.

  • Page 710

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Route Table Number 001~100 Priority Item Related Order Input Data Program Number 0 = Not set 14-01-07 14-05 001-100 = Trunk group No. 15-01-02 101-150 = 100+Networking System No. 21-02 1001-1100 = 1000+Route Table No. Default - Route 1, Order Number 1 = 1 (Trunk Group 1).

  • Page 711

    Issue 2.0 Program 16 : Department Group Setup 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup Level: Description Use Program 16-01 : Department Group Basic Data Setup to set the function mode for each department group. There are 64 available Department Groups. Input Data Department Group Number 1~64...

  • Page 712

    Issue 2.0 Related Item Item Input Data Default Progra =Manual 11-16-10 Extension Group All Ring Mode Operation =Automatic Determine whether calls ringing a Department Group should ring all extensions in the group simultaneously automatically or manually when using the service code defined in Program 11-12-09.

  • Page 713

    Issue 2.0 Department Calling  13-118 AspireNet...

  • Page 714

    Issue 2.0 Program 16 : Department Group Setup 16-02 : Department Group Assignment for Extensions Level: Description Use Program 16-02 : Department Group Assignment for Extensions to set the Department Groups. The system uses these groups (64 Department Groups) for Department Calling. Assign pilot numbers to Department Groups you set up in Program 11-07.

  • Page 715

    Issue 2.0 Program 20 : System Option Setup 20-01 : System Options Level: Description Use Program 20-01 : System Options to set various system options. Input Data Defaul Related Item Input Data Description Program Operator Access =Step Call Use this program to set up priority of 20-17 Mode a call when calling an operator...

  • Page 716

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Refer to the Input Data table at the beginning of this section. SV9100 Networking Manual 13-121...

  • Page 717

    Issue 2.0 Program 21 : Outgoing Call Setup 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks Level: Description Use Program 21-16 : Trunk Group Routing for Networks to assign Program 14-06 routes for a networked system. This is required to seize the trunk in a networked system (Extension in System A tries to make an external call using a trunk in System B).

  • Page 718

    Issue 2.0 Program 22 : Incoming Call Setup 22-05 : Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment Level: Description Use Program 22-05 : Incoming Trunk Ring Group Assignment to assign trunks to incoming Ring Groups.There are 100 available Ring Groups. Input Data Trunk Port Number 001~400 Item...

  • Page 719

    Issue 2.0 Program 22 : Incoming Call Setup 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination Level: Description Uor DIL Delayed Ringing, use Program 22-08 : DIL/IRG No Answer Destination to assign the DIL No Answer Ring Group. An unanswered DIL rings this group after the DIL No Answer Time expires (Program 22-01-04).

  • Page 720

    Issue 2.0 Program 22 : Incoming Call Setup 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup Level: Description Use Program 22-10 : DID Translation Table Setup to specify the size of the DID Translation Tables. There are 4000 Translation Table entries that you can allocate among 20 Translation Tables. Input Data Conversion Table Area Number 01~20...

  • Page 721

    Issue 2.0 Default Table Conversion Table Area Start Table End Table Start Table End Table 1000 1001 1200 1201 1400 1401 1600 1601 1800 1801 2000 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Direct Inward Dialing (DID)  13-126 AspireNet...

  • Page 722

    Issue 2.0 Program 22 : Incoming Call Setup 22-11 : DID Translation Number Conversion Level: Description Use Program 22-11 : DID Translation Table Number Conversion to specify for each Translation Table entry (2000). The digits received by the system (eight maximum) ...

  • Page 723

    Issue 2.0 Key for Entering Names When entering names in the procedures below, refer to this chart. Names can have up to 12 digits. Use this keypad digit . . . When you want to. . . Enter characters:  <...

  • Page 724

    Issue 2.0 Item Item Input Data Default Transfer Destination Number 1 0 = No Setting 1~100 = Incoming Group Transfer Destination Number 2 102 = In-Skin/External Voice Mail 400 = Allows the outside party to dial a or InMail different extension number in the 103 = Centralized VM translation table (for example, ring no 201~264 = Extension Group...

  • Page 725

    Issue 2.0 Default The default value of PRG22-11-01/PRG22-11-02 is shown as below. Conversion Received Number Target Number Table No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting No Setting...

  • Page 726

    Issue 2.0 Conditions - When the trunk type is set to 3 (DID) in 22-02-01, the DID Transfer Destination for each DID feature is not supported. This feature is supported only for DID trunks when assigned as VRS. Feature Cross Reference Direct Inward Dialing (DID) ...

  • Page 727

    Issue 2.0 Program 22 : Incoming Call Setup 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group Level: Description For each DID Translation Table, use Program 22-12 : DID Intercept Ring Group to define the first destination group for DID calls. Depending on the entry in Program 22-09-02 and 22-11-04, the incoming calls route to the first destination group by the following: Vacant number intercept (vacant number means that no phone is connected, no station blade is ...

  • Page 728

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Direct Inward Dialing (DID)  SV9100 Networking Manual 13-133...

  • Page 729

    Issue 2.0 Program 25 : VRS/DISA Setup 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing Level: Description Use Program 25-03 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With Incorrect Dialing to set what happens to a call when the DISA or Automated Attendant caller dials incorrectly or waits too long to dial. The call can either disconnect (0) or Transfer to an alternate destination (a ring group or voice mail).

  • Page 730

    Issue 2.0 Program 25 : VRS/DISA Setup 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy Level: Description Use Program 25-04 : VRS/DISA Transfer Ring Group With No Answer/Busy to set the operating mode of each DISA trunk. This sets what happens to the call when the DISA or Automated Attendant caller calls a busy or unanswered extension.

  • Page 731

    Issue 2.0 Program 25 : VRS/DISA Setup 25-08 : DISA User ID Setup Level: Description Use Program 25-08 : DISA User ID Setup to set the 6-digit DISA password for each user. There are 15 users each with one 6-digit password. Input Data DISA User Number 1~15...

  • Page 732

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-01 : System Options for ARS/F-Route Level: Description to define the system options for the ARS/F-Route Program 44-01 : System Options for ARS/F-Route feature. Input Data Item Input Data Default 0 = Not Used ARS/F-Route Time Schedule 1 = Used If this option is set to 0 , the F-Route table selected is...

  • Page 733

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access Level: Description to set the Pre-Transaction Table for Program 44-02 : Dial Analysis Table for ARS/F-Route Access selecting ARS/F-Route. Input Data Dial Analysis Table Number 1~120 Item Defaul...

  • Page 734

    Issue 2.0 Item Defaul Item Input Data Additional Data =Delete Digit = 0~255 (255 : Delete All Digits) For the Service Type selected in 44-02-02, enter =0~500 the additional data required. (0 = No Setting) 1: Delete Digit = 0~255 =Dial Extension Analyze (255 = Delete All Digits) Table Number = 0~4...

  • Page 735

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table Level: Description When Program 44-02-02 is set to type 3, use Program 44-03 : Dial Analysis Extension Table to set the dial extension analysis table. These tables are used when the analyzed digits must be more than eight digits.

  • Page 736

    Issue 2.0 Dial Analysis Table Number : 251 Item Item Input Data Default ARS/F-Route Select 0~500 (ARS/F-Route Table Number) Table Number With Program 44-01 set to 0, Program 44-05 is checked. With Program 44-01 set to 1, Program 44-04 is checked.

  • Page 737

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule Level: Description to assign each ARS/F-Route Selection Program 44-04 : ARS/F-Route Selection for Time Schedule number to an ARS/F-Route table number for each ARS/F-Route time mode. There are eight time modes for ARS/F-Route Access.

  • Page 738

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table Level: Description to set the ARS/F-Route table. There are four kinds of order. If the Program 44-05 : ARS/F-Route Table higher priority trunk groups are busy, the next order group is used. If a lower priority route is selected, the caller may be notified with a beep tone.

  • Page 739

    Issue 2.0 Item Input Data Default Dial Treatment 0~15 Select the Dial Treatment to be used for the table. If a Dial Treatment is selected, Programs 44-05-02 and 44-05-03 are ignored and the Dial Treatment defined in Program 26-03-01 is used instead. Maximum Digit 0~24 Input the maximum number of digits to send when...

  • Page 740

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-06 : Additional Dial Table Level: Description to set the additional dial table to add prior to the dialed ARS/F- Program 44-06 : Additional Dial Table Route number. The Additional Dial Table used is determined in Program 44-05-03. Input Data Additional Dial Table Number 1~1000...

  • Page 741

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access Level: Description to set the gain/PAD table. If an extension dials Program 44-07 : Gain Table for ARS/F-Route Access ARS/F-Route number: The Extension Dial Gain Table, assigned in Program 44-05, is activated. ...

  • Page 742

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Automatic Route Selection (ARS)  SV9100 Networking Manual 13-147...

  • Page 743

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Description to define the daily pattern of the ARS/F-Route Program 44-08 : Time Schedule for ARS/F-Route feature. ARS/F-Route has 10 time patterns. These patterns are used in Program 44-09 and 44-10. The daily pattern consists of 20 time settings.

  • Page 744

    Issue 2.0 Conditions None Feature Cross Reference Automatic Route Selection (ARS)  SV9100 Networking Manual 13-149...

  • Page 745

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Description to define a weekly schedule for using ARS/F- Program 44-09 : Weekly Schedule for ARS/F-Route Route. The pattern number is defined in Program 44-08-01. Input Data Schedule Item Day Number...

  • Page 746

    Issue 2.0 Program 44 : ARS/F-Route Setup 44-10 : Holiday Schedule for ARS/F-Route Level: Description to define a yearly schedule for ARS/F-Route. Program 44-10 : Holiday Schedule for ARS/F-Route This schedule is used for setting special days such as national holidays. The pattern number is defined in Program 44-08-01.

  • Page 747

    Issue 2.0 Program 45 : Voice Mail Integration 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options Level: Description to customize certain voice mail integration options. Program 45-01 : Voice Mail Integration Options Input Data Item Input Data Default Voice Mail Department Group Number 0~64 0 = No Voice Mail Assign which Extension (Department) Group...

  • Page 748

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Input Data Default Up to 12 characters “C.V.M.” Centralized Voice Mail Master Name Assigns the Centralized Voice Mail Master Name. New NSL Protocol support 0 = Off 1 = On Prefix for Call Screening Dial (One digit) Dial (One digit) Prefix for Park and Page...

  • Page 749

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-01 : H.323 Trunk Basic Information Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-01 : H.323 Trunk Basic Information Setup to set the basic information of the H.323 Trunk. Input Data Item Item Input Data Default Number of G.711 audio frames...

  • Page 750

    Issue 2.0 Input Data (Continued) Item Item Input Data Default 0~30 (-19dB~ +10dB and self VAD Threshold adjustment) 0 = Self adjustment 1 = -19dB (-49dBm) 20 = 0dB (-30dBm) 29 = 9dB (-21dBm) 30 = 10dB (-20dBm) Priority CODEC setting 0 = G.711 Priority of voice encoding method.

  • Page 751

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-02 : H.225 and H.245 Information Basic Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-02 : H.225 and H.245 Information Basic Setup to define the basic setup information of H.225 and H.245. Input Data Item Input Data Default...

  • Page 752

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Input Data Default ARQ Retry Count 0~255 RAS BRQ Timer 0~255sec BRQ Retry Count 0~255 0~255sec RAS IRR Timer IRR Retry Count 0~255 RAS DRQ Timer 0~255sec DRQ Retry Count 0~255 RAS LRQ Timer 0~255sec 0~255 LRQ Retry Count RAS RAI Timer...

  • Page 753

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-12 : Networking CODEC Information Basic Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-12: Networking CODEC Information Basic Setup to define the CODEC Information for Networking. Input Data Item Input Data Default Number of G.711 Audio Frame =10 ms =20 ms Maximum number of G711 Audio...

  • Page 754

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Input Data Default G.729 Silence Compression =Disable (VAD) Mode =Enable Select whether to compress silence with G.729. When there is silence, the RTP packet is not sent. G.729 Jitter Buffer - Minimum 0-270 ms Set the minimum value of the Jitter Buffer of G.729 is set.

  • Page 755

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Input Data Default Silence Compression (VAD) 0-30 Threshold (self-adjustment and Set the voice level judged to be -19db ~ +10db) silence. 0 = self-adjustment Change value based .30 1:-19db (-49dbm) This entry is ignored if silence compression is disabled in 84-01- 20 = 0db (-30dbm) 03 with G.711, or 84-01-06 with...

  • Page 756

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Input Data Default TX (Transmit) Gain 0-40 (-20 ~ +20) 20 (0 dbm) 0 = -20 dbm Define the setting to amplify and to 1 = -19 dbm attenuate the size of the transmission voice. The gain given when the voice packet is sent from 20 = 0 dbm the VOIPDB is set.

  • Page 757

    Issue 2.0 Input Data Item Input Data Default G.722 Silence Compression =Disable Mode =Enable Select whether to compress silence with G.722. When there is silence, the RTP packet is not sent. G.722 Jitter Buffer - Minimum 0-160 ms Set the minimum value of the Jitter Buffer of G.722 is set.

  • Page 758

    Issue 2.0 Program 84 : Hardware Setup for VoIP 84-26 : IPL Basic Setup Level: Description Use Program 84-26 : IPL Basic Setup to set the IP address of IPL and the port. Input Data Slot Number Item Item Input Data Default IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx...

  • Page 759: Aspirenet - Isdn Bri

    Issue 2.0 SPIRE XAMPLE ECTION The examples in this section are only a guide to the configuration required on the SV9100 to install AspireNet Operation. AspireNet - ISDN BRI AspireNet Basic Rate ISDN is supported on all BRI PCB’s (2, 4 or 8 BRIU). Each circuit of the BRIU PCB can be set independently to Trunk / S0 / AspireNet mode.

  • Page 760: Aspirenet - Isdn Pri

    Issue 2.0 AspireNet - ISDN PRI AspireNet - ISDN PRI AspireNet Primary Rate ISDN is supported on the standard PRTA Blade’s. Each PRTA Blade can be set independently to Trunk / S0 / AspireNet mode. When set to AspireNet a PRTA Blade will require 30 of the AspireNet ports on the system, there are a total of 256 AspireNet ports available.

  • Page 761: Aspirenet - Ip

    Issue 2.0 AspireNet - IP AspireNet - IP 5.3.1 VoIP Networking Example AspireNet IP requires the VOIPDB Blade and SV9100 Networking License. The VOIPDB Blade provides the speech resources. The example below shows two SV9100 systems, each has a VOIPDB Blade installed. The VOIPDB Blades are connected to a hub via a standard LAN patch cable.

  • Page 762

    Issue 2.0 Explanation of routing for IP AspireNet . When a user places a call to a remote extension number the dialed digits are checked against the Number- ing Scheme in Program 11-01. This will provide the Node ID number of the route to the remote system. The SV9100 will then find the destination IP Address by searching Program 10-27 for the destination IP Address for the given Node ID number.

  • Page 763: Multi-site Networking Example

    Issue 2.0 5.3.2Multi-Site Networking Example Multi-Site Networking is a network of three or more SV9100 systems. The network can consist of either ISDN or IP network connections. The example below shows three SV9100 systems, each has a VOIPDB Blade installed. The VOIPDB Blades are connected to a hub via a standard LAN patch cable.

  • Page 764

    Issue 2.0 Program 84-12-31 DTMF Relay Program 84-12-31 DTMF Relay Program 84-12-31 DTMF Relay Mode Mode Mode 1 = RFC2833 (default: VoIPDB) 1 = RFC2833 (default: VoIPDB) 1 = RFC2833 (default: VoIPDB) Program 84-26-01 IP address for Program 84-26-01 IP address for Program 84-26-01 IP address for each DSP each DSP...

  • Page 765

    Issue 2.0 13-170 AspireNet...

  • Page 766

    Networking Manual NEC Corporation Issue 2.0...

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