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The SL2100
Quick Install Guide:
SLNet
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  • Page 1 The SL2100 Quick Install Guide: SLNet www.nec-enterprise.com...
  • Page 2 NEC SL2100 Communication System This guide explains the installation, configuration and operation of SLNet for the SL2100 Telephone System including the exchange line and telephone connections. Further information is available on BusinessNet. Please keep all information supplied for future reference.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SLNet Numbering Plan – F-Route........................26 SLNet Remote Trunk Access ...........................28 SLNet Busy Lamp Information .........................31 Centralised Voicemail ............................32 What to do if you make errors within the SL2100 Configuration ..............34 6- Security................................35 Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 4: What Is The Sl2100

    Extension busy lamp information  Shared Park Hold orbits SLNet is available for SL2100 systems only, each system should have the same level of Main Software installed. SLNet is supported with Main Software R1.5 or later. Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 5: Parts Available For The Sl2100

    NEC SL2100 Communication System Parts available for the SL2100 Not all parts are included within this guide, please refer to the other SL2100 Quick Install Guides or the SL2100 Hardware Manual for a full description and installation instructions of all parts available.
  • Page 6: Slnet Overview

    NEC SL2100 Communication System SLNet Overview SLNet allows for networking between up to 50 SL2100 systems. Interconnected with VOIP, each phone system becomes a node on the network that can communicate with any other phone system node. Systems can be installed separately in the same building, or in remote locations connected via a suitable network.
  • Page 7: Sl2100 Voip Resource Capacity

    NEC SL2100 Communication System SL2100 VOIP Resource Capacity The SL2100 CPU cards have 8 VOIP resources built in, these can be expanded further by adding the VOIPDB card (BE116500) and VOIP channel licenses (BE116744). Adding the VOIPDB card provides 16 VOIP resources, the VOIP channel license provides an additional 16 resources up to 128 channels maximum.
  • Page 8: Network Requirements

    (QoS), all of which are controlled by the network and internet service providers. Because these variables are not within NEC's control, the performance of the user’s IP based voice solution cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, NEC recommends connecting the VoIP equipment through a fully managed data network with Quality of Service (QOS) implemented.
  • Page 9: Conditions

    1. SLNet is not supported through NAT, only Point-to-Point connection such as a VPN, MPLS, or other Point-to-Point circuit. 2. SLNet is only for networking SL2100 systems together. 3. Hold, Transfer, and Park recall timers will follow the timer of the system where the call is on hold (Trunk and Station).
  • Page 10: 1- Unpack The Sl2100 System

    A static IP address is required on the WAN interface – This is usually a chargeable extra on business internet connections  You will need administrative access to the WAN router/modem/firewall device. NEC will not provide support in configuration of this device Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 11: 2- Install The Voipdb Card (optional)

    Use small cutters with a flush cutting jaw, ensure the flush side of the cutter is towards the front panel of the card. Cut the three connection points for the knockout Remove any sharp edges with a utility knife Ensure the flush side of the cutter is towards the front panel of the card Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 12 Note – If you are also installing the EXIFB card the 4 screws are replaced by the 4 metal spacers supplied with the EXIFB card. Insert the CPU card mounted into the SL2100 CPU slot S0, ensure the card slides into the guide rails and tighten the two screws to secure the card.
  • Page 13: 3- Slnet Configuration

    Configuration Procedure Before starting you will need to know the following information: The LAN settings to configure the SL2100 to join the customers network or voice LAN. The SL2100 will require two IP addresses in the customers network IP Address & Subnet Mask...
  • Page 14: Slnet Network Plan

    2. The numbering plan at Node ID 1 defines the number dialled as SLNet remote Node ID 2 3. Node ID 2 is reached using IP Address 172.16.0.20 4. At Node ID 2 the numbering plan defines the destination as a local extension number Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 15: Ethernet Sockets For Voip

    Connect the Exchange Lines Ethernet sockets for VOIP There are two Ethernet sockets available with the SL2100: CPU card and optional VOIPDB card. The IP Address of either socket use the same setup for VOIP settings. Only CPU card installed ...
  • Page 16: 4- Connect The Power & System Start Up

    System Start Up – First Time ! The first time you start up the SL2100 it is important to clear the system memory. This will ensure that the system is set to the default/factory configuration. 1. Push and hold the LOAD Button located on the front of the CPU card.
  • Page 17: 5- Configure The Sl2100

    This Quick Install guide will cover SLNet configuration. For other system configuration please refer to the relevant SL2100 Quick Install Guide. You must have SL2100 PCPro installed to your laptop/PC, this can be downloaded from BusinessNet, refer to the Quick Install Guide – SL2100 PCpro.
  • Page 18: Sl2100 Pcpro

    SL2100 PCPro Installer level access: User Name: tech Password: 12345678 On first install you may need to setup the default sliding panes if you wish to use these. Select View tab and click Default Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 19: Change Your Pc Ip Address

    Change your PC IP Address You will need to reconfigure your PC to have an IP address in the same subnet as the SL2100 during system commissioning. You will be able to change the IP address of the SL2100 during this process.
  • Page 20: Pcpro Initial Setup Wizard

    Configure the SL2100 PCPro Initial Setup Wizard Provides the basic setup for a newly installed SL2100. SLNet is not included within the Initial Setup Wizard, use Easy Edit to configure SLNet. Select Advanced level view then Advanced Items + VoIP + SLNet...
  • Page 21: Slnet Setup

    SLNet VoIP Media Resource IP Address VoIP resource IP address for media (RTP) RTP & RTCP port Slot 000 refers to the CPU numbers can be left at default values card / VOIPDB card Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 22: Slnet Address For Remote Nodes

    Remote nodes 1~50 Note: Do not enter the local SL2100 systems IP Address in this table, it is only used for the remote systems it will be connected to. Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 23: Slnet Codec Settings

    DTMF Relay Mode Use Profile 1 to select the operation of DTMF digit sending for SLNet calls. Select the option for Profile 1 for SLNet Profiles 2~6 are not used for SLNet calls Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 24: Slnet Numbering Plan - System Numbering

    The numbering plan must be setup at each system within the SLNet Network. The example above would route: 200~209 are local extension numbers 210~229 to Node ID 3 3000~3999 to Node ID 2 500~599 to Node ID 2 Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 25: Slnet Numbering Plan - Extension Numbers

    Configure the SL2100 SLNet Numbering Plan – Extension Numbers Define the local extension numbers and names. Local Extension numbering Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 26: Slnet Numbering Plan - F-route

    Within F-Route - SLNet – Dial Analysis Table Lead Digits enter sufficient leading digits to be able to define the SLNet Node ID number for all remote numbers. Use a unique F- Route table for each remote node Remote numbers Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 27 Node ID 6 has extension numbers 4130~4149 Trunk Group 101~150 = SLNet Node ID 1~50 F-Route 1 = 4100~4129 route to Node ID 5 F-Route 2 = 4130~4149 route to Node ID 6 Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 28: Slnet Remote Trunk Access

    Overview of the trunk access configuration for the example above. Node ID Trunk Route Access Trunk Group Trunks assigned SLNet Incoming 1~50 (Route number) to Trunk Group 3 Trunk Access For all night modes Route for all night modes Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 29 At Node 1 use SLNet Remote Trunk Access – SLNet Incoming Trunk Access Route to define the route that will be used by any inbound SLNet trunk access calls. Define Route 2 for inbound trunk access calls from Nodes 2 & 3. Assign for all 8 night modes Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 30 In our example we are routing the calls to Node 1, so the trunk group = 101 (Node number + 100) Priority order2~4 are not required. Define the trunk group. 101 = Node 1 Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 31: Slnet Busy Lamp Information

    Setting the value to zero disables the sending of SLNet Busy Lamp Information. The recommended setting is 20 (2 Seconds). The same value should be set at all systems that are setup to send Busy Lamp Information. Enter the refresh interval (value x 100 mS) Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 32: Centralised Voicemail

    (CVM installed) Voicemail Department Group None Voicemail Department Group Pilot None None Number Centralized Voicemail Pilot No. Centrailized Voicemail Department Group None Number (1~50) Centralized Voicemail Name V-mail V-mail NSL Protocol enable enable Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 33 The CVM Pilot number must be defined in the numbering plan at all nodes Assign the name that will be The CVM Department group displayed when calling Enable NSL must be set to 0 protocol voicemail Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...
  • Page 34: What To Do If You Make Errors Within The Sl2100 Configuration

    Tip - Press F1 to get help within PCro. If you can’t locate your errors within PCPro then you may need to default the SL2100 back to factory defaults and run the Initial Setup wizard again (this will only take a few minutes).
  • Page 35: 6- Security

    User Pro (if used)  DIM Access (if enabled for maintenance) To edit the passwords using PCPro: Search for password within the System Data and Easy Edit areas: 90-02=PCPro‘s password Select Advanced level Quick Install Guide – SL2100 SLNet rev1.0...

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