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User's Manual
Version 5.8
Document #: LTRT-68809
October 2009

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  • Page 1

    User's Manual Version 5.8 Document #: LTRT-68809 October 2009...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SIP User's Manual Contents Table of Contents Overview ......................19 SIP Overview ....................... 20 Configuration Concepts ................... 21 Web-Based Management ................. 23 Getting Acquainted with the Web Interface ............23 3.1.1 Computer Requirements ..................23 3.1.2 Accessing the Web Interface .................. 24 3.1.3 Areas of the GUI .....................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 3.3.2.7 Configuring Media Security ..............72 3.3.3 PSTN Settings ......................73 3.3.3.1 Configuring the Trunk Settings ..............73 3.3.3.2 Configuring the CAS State Machines ............76 3.3.4 SS7 Configuration ....................78 3.3.5 Sigtran Configuration ....................78 3.3.6 Security Settings ..................... 79 3.3.6.1...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    SIP User's Manual Contents 4.2.1 Format Rules ......................198 4.2.2 Format of Individual Parameters ................198 4.2.3 Format of ini File Table Parameters ..............199 4.2.4 Example of an ini File .................... 201 Modifying an ini File ................... 202 Element Management System (EMS) ............203 Familiarizing yourself with EMS GUI ..............

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 6.4.1 General Parameters ....................248 6.4.2 HTTPS Parameters ....................249 6.4.3 SRTP Parameters ....................250 6.4.4 TLS Parameters ....................251 6.4.5 SSH Parameters ....................253 6.4.6 IPSec Parameters ....................254 6.4.7 OCSP Parameters ....................255 RADIUS Parameters ..................256 SNMP Parameters .....................

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    SIP User's Manual Contents Auxiliary Configuration Files ................. 391 Call Progress Tones File ..................391 Prerecorded Tones File ..................394 CAS Files......................394 Dial Plan File ..................... 395 User Information File ..................397 IP Telephony Capabilities ................399 Dialing Plan Features..................399 9.1.1 Dialing Plan Notation for Routing and Manipulation ..........

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 9.15 Proxy or Registrar Registration Example ............434 9.16 SIP Call Flow Example ..................435 9.17 SIP Authentication Example................438 9.18 Trunk-to-Trunk Routing Example ............... 440 9.19 SIP Trunking between Enterprise and ITSPs ............. 442 10 Networking Capabilities ................. 447 10.1 Ethernet Interface Configuration ................

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    SIP User's Manual Contents 12.1.1 DSP Pattern Detector.................... 484 12.2 QSIG Tunneling ....................485 13 SIP Software Package ..................489 14 Selected Technical Specifications ..............491 Version 5.8 October 2009...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 List of Figures Figure 1-1: Mediant 2000 Typical Application ..................20 Figure 3-1: Enter Network Password Screen ..................24 Figure 3-2: Main Areas of the Web Interface GUI ................. 25 Figure 3-3: "Reset" Displayed on Toolbar ..................... 26 Figure 3-4: Terminology for Navigation Tree Levels ................

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    SIP User's Manual Contents Figure 3-57: IPSec Table Page ......................90 Figure 3-58: IKE Table Page ......................... 93 Figure 3-59: Applications Enabling Page ....................96 Figure 3-60: SIP Media Realm Table Page ................... 97 Figure 3-61: SIP General Parameters Page ..................100 Figure 3-62: DTMF &...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 Figure 3-115: Example of a Selected Page Icon for Displaying Trunks 17-24 ........189 Figure 3-116: Basic Channel Information Page ................... 189 Figure 3-117: Calls Count Page ......................190 Figure 3-118: Call Routing Status Page ....................192 Figure 3-119: SAS Registered Users Page ..................193 Figure 3-120: IP Connectivity Page .....................

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    SIP User's Manual Contents List of Tables Table 3-1: Description of Toolbar Buttons ..................... 26 Table 3-2: ini File Parameters for Replacing Logo with Text ..............48 Table 3-3: ini File Parameters for Customizing Product Name ............. 48 Table 3-4: ini File Parameter for Welcome Login Message ..............49 Table 3-5: Description of the Areas of the Home Page .................

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Mediant 2000 Table 6-15: CDR and Debug Parameters .................... 242 Table 6-16: Heartbeat Packet Parameters ..................244 Table 6-17: RAI Parameters ........................ 244 Table 6-18: Serial Parameters ......................245 Table 6-19: BootP Parameters ......................246 Table 6-20: General Security Parameters ................... 248 Table 6-21: HTTPS Parameters ......................

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table 11-2: Mapping of SIP Response to ISDN Release Reason ............475 Table 11-3: Calling Name (Display) ..................... 480 Table 11-4: Redirect Number ......................480 Table 13-1: Software Package ......................489 Table 14-1: Mediant 2000 Functional Specifications ................491 Version 5.8 October 2009...

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    Mediant 2000 Reader’s Notes SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 17: October

    SIP User's Manual Notices Notice This document describes the AudioCodes Mediant 2000 SIP gateway Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable at the time of printing. However, due to ongoing product improvements and revisions, AudioCodes cannot guarantee accuracy of printed material after the Date Published nor can it accept responsibility for errors or omissions.

  • Page 18: Related Documentation

    The device is supplied as a sealed unit and must only be serviced by qualified service personnel. Notes: Throughout this manual, the term device refers to the Mediant 2000 media gateway . Note: Before configuring the device, ensure that it is installed correctly as instructed in the device's Installation Manual .

  • Page 19: Overview

    Overview This manual provides you with the information for installing, configuring, and operating the Mediant 2000 SIP gateway (referred to throughout this manual as device). The device is a SIP-based Voice-over-IP (VoIP) media gateway. the device enables voice, fax, and data traffic to be sent over the same IP network.

  • Page 20: Sip Overview, Figure 1-1: Mediant 2000 Typical Application

    Mediant 2000 The figure below illustrates a typical device applications VoIP network: Figure 1-1: Mediant 2000 Typical Application SIP Overview Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an application-layer control (signaling) protocol used on the gateway for creating, modifying, and terminating sessions with one or more participants.

  • Page 21: Configuration Concepts

    SIP User's Manual 2. Configuration Concepts Configuration Concepts You can configure the device, using the following management tools:  The device's HTTP-based Embedded Web Server (Web interface), using any standard Web browser (described in ''Web-based Management'' on page  A configuration ini file loaded to the device (refer to ''ini File Configuration'' on page ...

  • Page 22

    Mediant 2000 Reader’s Notes SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 23: Web-based Management, Getting Acquainted With The Web Interface, Computer Requirements

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Web-Based Management The device's Embedded Web Server (Web interface) provides FCAPS (fault management, configuration, accounting, performance, and security) functionality. The Web interface allows you to remotely configure your device for quick-and-easy deployment, including uploading of software (*.cmp), configuration (*.ini), and auxiliary files, and resetting the device.

  • Page 24: Accessing The Web Interface, Figure 3-1: Enter Network Password Screen

    Mediant 2000 3.1.2 Accessing the Web Interface The Web interface can be opened using any standard Web browser (refer to ''Computer Requirements'' on page 23). When initially accessing the Web interface, use the default user name ('Admin') and password ('Admin'). For changing the login user name and password, refer to ''Configuring the Web User Accounts'' on page 79).

  • Page 25: Areas Of The Gui, Figure 3-2: Main Areas Of The Web Interface Gui

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.3 Areas of the GUI The figure below displays the general layout of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) of the Web interface: Figure 3-2: Main Areas of the Web Interface GUI The Web GUI is composed of the following main areas: ...

  • Page 26: Toolbar, Figure 3-3: "reset" Displayed On Toolbar, Table 3-1: Description Of Toolbar Buttons

    Mediant 2000 3.1.4 Toolbar The toolbar provides command buttons for quick-and-easy access to frequently required commands, as described in the table below: Table 3-1: Description of Toolbar Buttons Icon Button Description Name Submit Applies parameter settings to the device (refer to ''...

  • Page 27: Navigation Tree, Figure 3-4: Terminology For Navigation Tree Levels

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.5 Navigation Tree The Navigation tree, located in the Navigation pane, displays the menus (pertaining to the menu tab selected on the Navigation bar) used for accessing the configuration pages. The Navigation tree displays a tree-like structure of menus. You can easily drill-down to the required page item level to open its corresponding page in the Work pane.

  • Page 28: Displaying Navigation Tree In Basic And Full View

    Mediant 2000  To navigate to a page: Navigate to the required page item, by performing the following: • Drilling-down using the plus signs to expand the menus and submenus • Drilling-up using the minus signs to collapse the menus and submenus Select the required page item;...

  • Page 29: Showing / Hiding The Navigation Pane, Working With Configuration

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.5.2 Showing / Hiding the Navigation Pane The Navigation pane can be hidden to provide more space for elements displayed in the Work pane. This is especially useful when the Work pane displays a page with a table that's wider than the Work pane and to view the all the columns, you need to use scroll bars.

  • Page 30: Accessing, Viewing Parameters

    Mediant 2000 3.1.6.1 Accessing Pages The configuration pages are accessed by clicking the required page item in the Navigation tree.  To open a configuration page in the Work pane: On the Navigation bar, click the required tab: • Configuration (refer to ''Configuration Tab'' on page •...

  • Page 31: Figure 3-7: Toggling Between Basic And Advanced Page View

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.6.2.1 Displaying Basic and Advanced Parameters Some pages provide you with an Advanced Parameter List / Basic Parameter List toggle button that allows you to show or hide advanced parameters (in addition to displaying the basic parameters).

  • Page 32: Figure 3-8: Expanding And Collapsing Parameter Groups

    Mediant 2000 3.1.6.2.2 Showing / Hiding Parameter Groups Some pages provide groups of parameters, which can be hidden or shown. To toggle between hiding and showing a group, simply click the group name button that appears above each group. The button appears with a down-pointing or up-pointing arrow, indicating that it can be collapsed or expanded when clicked, respectively.

  • Page 33: Modifying And Saving Parameters, Figure 3-9: Editing Symbol After Modifying Parameter Value

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.6.3 Modifying and Saving Parameters When you change parameter values on a page, the Edit symbol appears to the right of these parameters. This is especially useful for indicating the parameters that you have currently modified (before applying the changes).

  • Page 34: Entering Phone Numbers In Various Tables, Working With Tables

    Mediant 2000 If you enter an invalid parameter value (e.g., not in the range of permitted values) and then click Submit, a message box appears notifying you of the invalid value. In addition, the parameter value reverts to its previous value and is highlighted in red, as shown in the...

  • Page 35: Figure 3-11: Adding An Index Entry To A Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To add an entry to a table: In the 'Add' field, enter the desired index entry number, and then click Add ; an index entry row appears in the table: Figure 3-11: Adding an Index Entry to a Table Click Apply to save the index entry.

  • Page 36: Searching For Configuration Parameters, Figure 3-12: Compacting A Web Interface Table

    Mediant 2000  To organize the index entries in ascending, consecutive order:  Click Compact ; the index entries are organized in ascending, consecutive order, starting from index 0. For example, if you added three index entries 0, 4, and 6, then the index entry 4 is re-assigned index number 1 and the index entry 6 is re-assigned index number 2.

  • Page 37: Figure 3-13: Searched Result Screen

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Click Search ; a list of located parameters based on your search appears in the Navigation pane. Each searched result displays the following: • file parameter name • Link (in green) to its location (page) in the Web interface •...

  • Page 38: Working With Scenarios, Creating A Scenario, Figure 3-14: Scenario Creation Confirm Message Box

    Mediant 2000 3.1.8 Working with Scenarios The Web interface allows you to create your own "menu" with up to 20 pages selected from the menus in the Navigation tree (i.e., pertaining to the Configuration, Management, and Status & Diagnostics tabs). The "menu" is a set of configuration pages grouped into a logical entity referred to as a Scenario.

  • Page 39: Figure 3-15: Creating A Scenario

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Click the Next button located at the bottom of the page; the Step is added to the Scenario and appears in the Scenario Step list: Figure 3-15: Creating a Scenario Repeat steps 5 through 8 to add additional Steps (i.e., pages). When you have added all the required Steps for your Scenario, click the Save &...

  • Page 40: Accessing A Scenario, Figure 3-16: Scenario Loading Message Box, Figure 3-17: Scenario Example

    Mediant 2000 3.1.8.2 Accessing a Scenario Once you have created the Scenario, you can access it at anytime by following the procedure below:  To access the Scenario: On the Navigation bar, select the Scenario tab; a message box appears, requesting you to confirm the loading of the Scenario.

  • Page 41: Editing A Scenario

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  In an opened Scenario Step (i.e., page appears in the Work pane), use the following navigation buttons: • Next: opens the next Step listed in the Scenario. • Previous : opens the previous Step listed in the Scenario. Note: If you reset the device while in Scenario mode, after the device resets, you are returned once again to the Scenario mode.

  • Page 42: Saving A Scenario To A Pc, Figure 3-18: Scenario File

    Mediant 2000 • Edit the Step Name: In the Navigation tree, select the required Step. In the 'Step Name' field, modify the Step name. In the page, click Next • Edit the Scenario Name: In the 'Scenario Name' field, edit the Scenario name.

  • Page 43: Loading A Scenario To The Device

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Click the Get Scenario File button; the 'File Download' window appears. Click Save , and then in the 'Save As' window navigate to the folder to where you want to save the Scenario file. When the file is successfully downloaded to your PC, the 'Download Complete' window appears.

  • Page 44: Deleting A Scenario, Figure 3-19: Scenario Loading Message Box

    Mediant 2000 3.1.8.6 Deleting a Scenario You can delete the Scenario by using the Delete Scenario File button, as described in the procedure below:  To delete the Scenario: On the Navigation bar, click the Scenarios tab; a message box appears, requesting...

  • Page 45: Exiting Scenario Mode, Figure 3-21: Confirmation Message Box For Exiting Scenario Mode

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.8.7 Exiting Scenario Mode When you want to close the Scenario mode after using it for device configuration, follow the procedure below:  To close the Scenario mode: Simply click any tab (besides the Scenarios tab) on the Navigation bar, or click the Cancel Scenarios button located at the bottom of the Navigation tree;...

  • Page 46: Customizing The Web Interface, Replacing The Corporate Logo

    Mediant 2000 3.1.9 Customizing the Web Interface You can customize the device's Web interface to suit your company preferences. The following Web interface elements can be customized:  Corporate logo displayed on the Title bar (refer to ''Replacing the Corporate Logo'' page ...

  • Page 47: Figure 3-23: Image Download Screen

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management On the left pane, click Image Load to Device ; the 'Image Download' page is displayed, as shown in the figure below: Figure 3-23: Image Download Screen Click the Browse button, and then navigate to the folder in which the logo image file is located.

  • Page 48: Customizing The Product Name, Table 3-2: Ini File Parameters For Replacing Logo With Text

    = Don’t change the product name (default).  [1] = Enable product name change. UserProductName The text string that replaces the product name. The default is ‘Mediant 2000’. The string can be up to 29 characters. SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 49: Creating A Login Welcome Message, Figure 3-24: User-defined Web Welcome Message After Login

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.9.3 Creating a Login Welcome Message You can create a Welcome message box (alert message) that appears after each successful login to the device's Web interface. The ini file table parameter WelcomeMessage allows you to create the Welcome message. Up to 20 lines of character strings can be defined for the message.

  • Page 50: Getting Help, Figure 3-25: Help Topic For Current

    Mediant 2000 3.1.10 Getting Help The Web interface provides you with context-sensitive Online Help. The Online Help provides you with brief descriptions of most of the parameters you'll need to successfully configure the device. The Online Help provides descriptions of parameters pertaining to the currently opened page.

  • Page 51: Logging Off The Web Interface, Figure 3-26: Log Off Confirmation Box

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.1.11 Logging Off the Web Interface You can log off the Web interface and re-access it with a different user account. For detailed information on the Web User Accounts, refer to User Accounts.  To log off the Web interface: On the toolbar, click the Log Off button;...

  • Page 52: Using The Home, Figure 3-28: Home, Table 3-5: Description Of The Areas Of The Home

    Mediant 2000 Using the Home Page The 'Home' page provides you with a graphical display of the device's front panel, displaying color-coded status icons for monitoring the functioning of the device. The 'Home' page also displays general device information (in the 'General Information' pane) such as the device's IP address and firmware version.

  • Page 53

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Item # Description T1/E1 Trunk Status icons for trunks 1 through 8.  (gray): Disable - Trunk not configured (not in use).  (green): Active OK - Trunk synchronized.  (yellow): RAI Alarm - Remote Alarm Indication (RAI), also known as the 'Yellow' Alarm.

  • Page 54: Assigning A Port Name, Viewing Trunk Settings

    Mediant 2000 3.2.1 Assigning a Port Name The 'Home' page allows you to assign an arbitrary name or a brief description to each port. This description appears as a tooltip when you move your mouse over the port.  To add a port description: Click the required port icon;...

  • Page 55: Switching Between Modules, Figure 3-31: Click Module To Which You Want To Switch

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.2.3 Switching Between Modules The device can house up to two modules, as discussed in previous sections. Since each module is a standalone gateway, the 'Home' page displays only one of the modules to which you are connected.

  • Page 56: Configuration Tab, Network Settings

    Mediant 2000 Configuration Tab The Configuration tab on the Navigation bar displays menus in the Navigation tree related to device configuration. These menus include the following:  Network Settings (refer to ''Network Settings'' on page  Media Settings (refer to ''Media Settings'' on page ...

  • Page 57: Configuring The Multiple Interface Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.1.1 Configuring the Multiple Interface Table The 'Multiple Interface Table' page allows you to configure up to 16 logical network interfaces, each with its own IP address, unique VLAN ID (if enabled), interface name, and application type permitted on the interface: ...

  • Page 58: Figure 3-33: Ip Settings, Figure 3-34: Confirmation Message For Accessing The Multiple Interface Table

    Mediant 2000  To configure the multiple IP interface table: Open the 'IP Settings' page (Configuration tab > Network Settings menu > IP Settings) Figure 3-33: IP Settings Page Under the 'Multiple Interface Settings' group, click the Multiple Interface Table button;...

  • Page 59: Table 3-6: Multiple Interface Table Parameters Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Table 3-6: Multiple Interface Table Parameters Description Parameter Description Table parameters Index Index of each interface. The range is 0 to 15. Note: Each interface index must be unique. Web: Application Type Types of applications that are allowed on the specific EMS: Application Types interface.

  • Page 60

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Prefix Length Defines the Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)-style [InterfaceTable_PrefixLength] representation of a dotted decimal subnet notation. The CIDR-style representation uses a suffix indicating the number of bits which are set in the dotted decimal format (e.g.

  • Page 61

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Web/EMS: Interface Name Defines a string (up to 16 characters) to name this interface. [InterfaceTable_InterfaceName] This name is displayed in management interfaces (Web , CLI and SNMP) for better readability (and has no functional use) as well as the 'SIP Media Realm' table (refer to ''Configuring Media Realms'' on page...

  • Page 62: Configuring The Application Settings, Figure 3-36: Application Settings

    Mediant 2000 3.3.1.2 Configuring the Application Settings The 'Application Settings' page is used for configuring various application parameters such as Network Time Protocol (NTP), daylight saving time, and Telnet. For a description of these parameters, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223.

  • Page 63: Configuring The Nfs Settings, Figure 3-37: Nfs Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.1.3 Configuring the NFS Settings Network File System (NFS) enables the device to access a remote server's shared files and directories, and to handle them as if they're located locally. You can configure up to five different NFS file systems.

  • Page 64: Configuring The Ip Routing Table, Table 3-7: Nfs Settings Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Table 3-7: NFS Settings Parameters Parameter Description Index The row index of the remote file system. The valid range is 0 to 4. Host Or IP The domain name or IP address of the NFS server. If a domain name is provided, a DNS server must be configured.

  • Page 65: Figure 3-38: Ip Routing Table, Table 3-8: Ip Routing Table Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To configure static IP routing: Open the 'IP Routing Table' page (Configuration tab > Network Settings menu > IP Routing Table page item). Figure 3-38: IP Routing Table Page In the 'Add a new table entry' group, add a new static routing rule according to the parameters described in the table below.

  • Page 66: Configuring The Qos Settings, Figure 3-39: Qos Settings

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Metric The maximum number of times a packet can be [RoutingTableHopsCountColumn] forwarded (hops) between the device and destination (typically, up to 20). Note: This parameter must be set to a number greater than 0 for the routing rule to be valid. Routing entries with Hop Count equals 0 are local routes set automatically by the device.

  • Page 67: Media Settings, Configuring The Voice Settings, Figure 3-40: Voice Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.2 Media Settings The Media Settings menu allows you to configure the device's channel parameters. This menu contains the following items:  Voice Settings (refer to ''Configuring the Voice Settings'' on page  Fax/Modem/CID Settings (refer to ''Configuring the Fax/Modem/CID Settings'' on page ...

  • Page 68: Configuring The Fax/modem/cid Settings, Figure 3-41: Fax/modem/cid Settings

    Mediant 2000 Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes to flash memory, refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page 3.3.2.2 Configuring the Fax/Modem/CID Settings The 'Fax/Modem/CID Settings' page is used for configuring fax, modem, and Caller ID (CID) parameters.

  • Page 69: Configuring The Rtp/rtcp Settings, Figure 3-42: Rtp/rtcp Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.2.3 Configuring the RTP/RTCP Settings The 'RTP/RTCP Settings' page allows you to configure the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) and Real-Time Transport (RTP) Control Protocol (RTCP) parameters. For a detailed description of the parameters appearing on this page, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223.

  • Page 70: Configuring The Ipmedia Settings, Figure 3-43: Ipmedia Settings

    Mediant 2000 3.3.2.4 Configuring the IPmedia Settings The 'IPMedia Settings' page allows you to configure the IP media parameters. This includes Automatic Gain Control (AGC) parameters. AGC equalizes the energy of the output signal to a required level. It estimates the energy of the incoming signal, calculates the essential gain and performs amplification.

  • Page 71: Configuring The General Media Settings, Configuring The Dsp Templates, Figure 3-44: General Media Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.2.5 Configuring the General Media Settings The 'General Media Settings' page allows you to configure various media parameters. For a detailed description of the parameters appearing on this page, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223. ...

  • Page 72: Mediant, Configuring Media Security, Figure 3-46: Media Security, Table 3-9: Dsp Templates Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Table 3-9: DSP Templates Parameters Parameter Description DSP Template Number Determines the DSP template to use on the device. Each DSP [DSPVersionTemplateNumber] template supports specific coders, channel capacity, and features. The default is DSP template 0. DSP Resources Percentage Resource percentage used for the specified template.

  • Page 73: Pstn Settings, Configuring The Trunk Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.3 PSTN Settings The PSTN Settings menu allows you to configure various PSTN settings and includes the following page items:  Trunk Settings (refer to ''Configuring the Trunk Settings'' on page  CAS State Machines (refer to ''Configuring the CAS State Machines'' on page 3.3.3.1 Configuring the Trunk Settings...

  • Page 74: Figure 3-47: Trunk Settings

    Mediant 2000  To configure the trunks: Open the ‘Trunk Settings’ page (Configuration tab > PSTN Settings menu > Trunk Settings page item). Figure 3-47: Trunk Settings Page On the top of the page, a bar with Trunk number icons displays the status of each trunk, according to the following color codes: •...

  • Page 75: Figure 3-48: Trunk Scroll Bar

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Select the trunk that you want to configure, by clicking the desired Trunk number icon. The bar initially displays the first eight trunk number icons (i.e., trunks 1 through 8). To scroll through the trunk number icons (i.e., view the next/last or previous/first group of eight trunks), refer to the figure below: Figure 3-48: Trunk Scroll Bar Note:...

  • Page 76: Configuring The Cas State Machines, Figure 3-49: Cas State Machine

    Mediant 2000 Notes: • If the ‘Protocol Type’ field displays 'NONE' (i.e., no protocol type selected) and no other trunks have been configured, after selecting a PRI protocol type, you must reset the device. • The displayed parameters on the page depend on the protocol selected in the ‘Protocol Type’...

  • Page 77: Table 3-10: Cas State Machine Parameters Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Once you have completed the configuration, activate the trunk if required in the 'Trunk Settings' page, by clicking the trunk number in the 'Related Trunks' field, and in the 'Trunk Settings' page, select the required Trunk number icon, and then click Apply Trunk Settings Click Submit...

  • Page 78: Ss7 Configuration, Sigtran Configuration

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description DTMF Min Detection Time Detects digit minimum on time (according to [CasStateMachineDTMFMinOnDetectionTime] DSP detection information event) in msec units. The digit time length must be longer than this value to receive a detection. Any number may be used, but the value must be...

  • Page 79: Security Settings, Configuring The Web User Accounts

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.6 Security Settings The Security Settings menu allows you to configure various security settings. This menu contains the following page items:  Web User Accounts (refer to ''Configuring the Web User Accounts'' on page ...

  • Page 80: Figure 3-50: Web User Accounts Page (for Users With 'security Administrator' Privileges)

    Mediant 2000 The default attributes for the two Web user accounts are shown in the following table: Table 3-12: Default Attributes for the Web User Accounts Account / Attribute User Name Password Access Level (Case-Sensitive) (Case-Sensitive) Primary Account Admin Admin...

  • Page 81

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management To change the user name of an account, perform the following: In the field 'User Name', enter the new user name (maximum of 19 case-sensitive characters). Click Change User Name ; if you are currently logged into the Web interface with this account, the 'Enter Network Password' dialog box appears, requesting you to enter the new user name.

  • Page 82: Configuring The Web And Telnet Access List

    Mediant 2000 3.3.6.2 Configuring the Web and Telnet Access List The 'Web & Telnet Access List' page is used to define up to ten IP addresses that are permitted to access the device's Web and Telnet interfaces. Access from an undefined IP address is denied.

  • Page 83: Configuring The Firewall Settings, Figure 3-53: Firewall Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.6.3 Configuring the Firewall Settings The device provides an internal firewall, allowing you (the security administrator) to define network traffic filtering rules. You can add up to 50 ordered firewall rules. For each packet received on the network interface, the table is scanned from the top down until a matching rule is found.

  • Page 84: Table 3-13: Internal Firewall Parameters

    Mediant 2000  To activate a de-activated rule: In the 'Edit Rule' column, select the de-activated rule that you want to activate. Click the Activate button; the rule is activated.  To de-activate an activated rule: In the 'Edit Rule' column, select the activated rule that you want to de-activate.

  • Page 85: Configuring The Certificates, Figure 3-54: Certificates Signing Request

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Match Count A read-only field providing the number of packets accepted / rejected [AccessList_MatchCount] by the specific rule. 3.3.6.4 Configuring the Certificates The 'Certificates' page is used for the following:  Replacing the server certificate (refer to ''Server Certificate Replacement'' on page ...

  • Page 86

    Mediant 2000 In the 'Subject Name' field, enter the DNS name, and then click Generate CSR textual certificate signing request that contains the SSL device identifier is displayed. Copy this text and send it to your security provider. The security provider (also known as Certification Authority or CA) signs this request and then sends you a server certificate for the device.

  • Page 87: Figure 3-55: Ike Table Listing Loaded Certificate Files

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To apply the loaded certificate for IPsec negotiations: Open the ‘IKE Table’ page (refer to ''Configuring the IKE Table'' on page ); the 'Loaded Certificates Files' group lists the newly uploaded certificates, as shown below: Figure 3-55: IKE Table Listing Loaded Certificate Files Click the Apply button to load the certificates;...

  • Page 88

    Mediant 2000 When operation complete, file parameter HTTPSRequireClientCertificates to 1. Save the configuration (refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page ), and then restart the device. When a user connects to the secured Web server:  If the user has a client certificate from a CA that is listed in the Trusted Root Certificate file, the connection is accepted and the user is prompted for the system password.

  • Page 89: Configuring The General Security Settings, Figure 3-56: General Security Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.6.5 Configuring the General Security Settings The 'General Security Settings' page is used to configure various security features. For a description of the parameters appearing on this page, refer ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223. ...

  • Page 90: Configuring The Ipsec Table, Figure 3-57: Ipsec Table

    Mediant 2000 3.3.6.6 Configuring the IPSec Table The 'IPSec Table' page allows you to configure the Security Policy Database (SPD) parameters for IP security (IPSec). Note: You can also configure the IPSec table using the ini file table parameter IPSEC_SPD_TABLE (refer to ''Security Parameters'' on page ...

  • Page 91: Table 3-14: Default Ike Second Phase Proposals, Table 3-15: Ipsec Spd Table Configuration Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management If no IPSec methods are defined (Encryption / Authentication), the default settings, shown in the following table are applied. Table 3-14: Default IKE Second Phase Proposals Proposal Encryption Authentication Proposal 0 3DES SHA1 Proposal 1 3DES Proposal 2 SHA1...

  • Page 92

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Name Description Destination Port Defines the destination port to which the [IPSecPolicyDstPort] IPSec mechanism is applied. The default value is 0 (i.e., any port). Protocol Defines the protocol type to which the [IPSecPolicyProtocol] IPSec mechanism is applied.

  • Page 93: Configuring The Ike Table, Figure 3-58: Ike Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.6.7 Configuring the IKE Table The 'IKE Table' page is used to configure the Internet Key Exchange (IKE) parameters. Note: You can also configure the IKE table using the ini file table parameter IPSec_IKEDB_Table (refer to ''Security Parameters'' on page ...

  • Page 94: Table 3-16: Default Ike First Phase Proposals, Table 3-17: Ike Table Configuration Parameters

    Mediant 2000 If no IKE methods are defined (Encryption / Authentication / DH Group), the default settings (shown in the following table) are applied. Table 3-16: Default IKE First Phase Proposals Proposal Encryption Authentication DH Group Proposal 0 3DES SHA1...

  • Page 95

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Name Description IKE SA LifeTime (sec) Determines the time (in seconds) the SA negotiated in the [IKEPolicyLifeInSec] first IKE session (main mode) is valid. After the time expires, the SA is re-negotiated. The default value is 28800 (i.e., 8 hours). IKE SA LifeTime (KB) Determines the lifetime (in kilobytes) that the SA negotiated [IKEPolicyLifeInKB]...

  • Page 96: Protocol Configuration, Enabling Applications, Figure 3-59: Applications Enabling

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7 Protocol Configuration The Protocol Configuration menu allows you to configure the device's SIP parameters and contains the following submenus:  Applications Enabling (refer to “Enabling Applications” on page 96)  Media Realms (refer to “Configuring Media Realms” on page 97) ...

  • Page 97: Configuring Media Realms, Figure 3-60: Sip Media Realm Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.2 Configuring Media Realms The 'SIP Media Realm Table' page allows you to define a pool of up to 16 media interfaces, termed Media Realms. This table allows you to divide a Media-type interface (defined in the 'Multiple Interface' table - refer to ''Configuring the Multiple Interface Table'' on page 56) into several realms, where each realm is specified by a UDP port range.

  • Page 98

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description IPv4 Name Associates the IPv4 interface to the Media Realm. The name [CpMediaRealm_IPv4IF] of this IPv4 interface must be exactly as configured in the 'Multiple Interface' table (InterfaceTable). IPv6 Name Not Applicable. [CpMediaRealm_IPv6IF] Port Range Start...

  • Page 99: Protocol Definition

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.3 Protocol Definition The Protocol Definition submenu allows you to configure the main SIP protocol parameters. This submenu contains the following page items:  SIP General Parameters (refer to ''SIP General Parameters'' on page ...

  • Page 100: Figure 3-61: Sip General Parameters

    Mediant 2000  To configure the general SIP protocol parameters: Open the 'SIP General Parameters' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Protocol Definition submenu > SIP General Parameters page item). Figure 3-61: SIP General Parameters Page Configure the parameters as required.

  • Page 101: Proxies, Ip Groups, And Registration, Figure 3-62: Dtmf & Dialing

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.3.2 Configuring DTMF and Dialing Parameters The 'DTMF & Dialing' page is used to configure parameters associated with dual-tone multi- frequency (DTMF) and dialing. For a description of the parameters appearing on this page, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223.

  • Page 102: Figure 3-63: Proxy & Registration

    Mediant 2000 Note: To view whether the device or its endpoints have registered to a SIP Registrar/Proxy server, refer to Registration Status.  To configure the Proxy & Registration parameters: Open the 'Proxy & Registration' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu >...

  • Page 103: Figure 3-64: Proxy Sets Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.4.2 Configuring the Proxy Sets Table The 'Proxy Sets Table' page allows you to define Proxy Sets. A Proxy Set is a group of Proxy servers defined by IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN). You can define up to six Proxy Sets, each having a unique ID number and each containing up to five Proxy server addresses.

  • Page 104: Table 3-19: Proxy Sets Table Parameters

    Mediant 2000 From the Proxy Set ID drop-down list, select an ID for the desired group. Configure the Proxy parameters according to the following table. Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes to flash memory, refer to ''...

  • Page 105

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Notes:  If EnableProxyKeepAlive is set to 1 or 2, the device monitors the connection with the Proxies by using keep-alive messages (OPTIONS or REGISTER).  To use Proxy Redundancy, you must specify one or more redundant Proxies.

  • Page 106

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Enable Proxy Keep Determines whether Keep-Alive with the Proxy is enabled or Alive disabled. This parameter is configured per Proxy Set. [EnableProxyKeepAlive]  Disable = Disable (default).  Using OPTIONS = Enables Keep-Alive with Proxy using OPTIONS.

  • Page 107: Figure 3-65: Ip Group Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.4.3 Configuring the IP Groups The 'IP Group Table' page allows you to create up to nine logical IP entities called IP Groups. These IP Groups are used for call routing. The IP Group can be used as a destination entity in the 'Tel to IP Routing' table (or 'Outbound IP Routing Table'), and Serving IP Group ID in the 'Trunk Group Settings' (refer to ''Configuring the Trunk Group Settings'' on page 157) and 'Account' (refer to ''Configuring the Account Table'' on page...

  • Page 108: Table 3-20: Ip Group Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Configure the IP group parameters according to the table below. Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes to flash memory, refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page 173. Table 3-20: IP Group Parameters...

  • Page 109

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description SIP Group Name The request URI host name used in INVITE and REGISTER [IPGroup_SIPGroupName] messages that are sent to this IP Group, or the host name in the From header of INVITE messages received from this IP Group.

  • Page 110

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description  [1] Serving IP Group = The device sends the SIP INVITE to the selected Serving IP Group. If no Serving IP Group is selected, the default IP Group is used. If the Proxy server(s) associated with the destination IP Group is not alive, the device uses the 'Outbound IP Routing' table (if the parameter IsFallbackUsed is set 1, i.e., fallback enabled -...

  • Page 111

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Survivability mode always traverse through the device. In Survivability mode, the device is capable of receiving new registrations. When the Serving IP Group is available again, the device returns to normal mode, sending INVITE and REGISTER messages to the Serving IP Group.

  • Page 112: Figure 3-66: Account Table, Table 3-21: Account Table Parameters Description

    Mediant 2000  To configure Accounts: Open the 'Account Table' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Proxies/IpGroups/Registration submenu > Account Table page item). Figure 3-66: Account Table Page To add an Account, in the 'Add' field, enter the desired table row index, and then click .

  • Page 113

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description In addition, for a SIP call that is identified by both the Served Trunk Group/ Served IP Group and Serving IP Group, the username and password for digest authentication defined in this table is used.

  • Page 114: Coders And Profile Definitions

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Notes:  The Trunk Group account registration is not effected by the parameter IsRegisterNeeded.  For the IP2IP application, you can configure this table so that a specific IP Group can register to multiple ITSP’s.This is...

  • Page 115

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Each call can be associated with one or two Profiles - Tel Profile and/or IP Profile. If both IP and Tel profiles apply to the same call, the coders and other common parameters of the preferred Profile (determined by the Preference option) are applied to that call.

  • Page 116: Figure 3-67: Coders

    Mediant 2000  To configure the device's coders: Open the 'Coders' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Coders And Profile Definition submenu > Coders page item). Figure 3-67: Coders Page From the 'Coder Name' drop-down list, select the required coder. For the full list of...

  • Page 117

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.5.2 Configuring Coder Groups The 'Coder Group Settings' page provides a table for defining up to four different coder groups. These coder groups are used in the 'Tel Profile Settings' and 'IP Profile Settings' pages to assign different coders to Profiles.

  • Page 118: Figure 3-68: Coder Group Settings

    Mediant 2000  To configure coder groups: Open the 'Coder Group Settings' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Coders And Profile Definition submenu > Coder Group Settings page item). Figure 3-68: Coder Group Settings Page From the 'Coder Group ID' drop-down list, select a coder group ID.

  • Page 119: Figure 3-69: Tel Profile Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.5.3 Configuring Tel Profile The 'Tel Profile Settings' page allows you to define up to nine Tel Profiles. You can then assign these Tel Profiles to the device's channels (in the 'Trunk Group Table' page), thereby applying different behaviors to different channels.

  • Page 120

    Mediant 2000 In the 'Profile Name' field, enter an arbitrary name that enables you to easily identify the Tel Profile. From the 'Profile Preference' drop-down list, select the priority of the Tel Profile, where '1' is the lowest priority and '20' is the highest. If both IP and Tel profiles apply to the same call, the coders and other common parameters (noted by an asterisk in the description of the parameter TelProfile) of the preferred Profile are applied to that call.

  • Page 121: Figure 3-70: Ip Profile Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To configure the IP Profile settings: Open the 'IP Profile Settings' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Coders And Profile Definition submenu > IP Profile Settings Figure 3-70: IP Profile Settings Page From the 'Profile ID' drop-down list, select an identification number for the IP Profile.

  • Page 122: Sip Advanced Parameters, Table 3-22: Description Of Parameter Unique To Ip Profile

    Mediant 2000 From the 'Profile Preference' drop-down list, select the priority of the IP Profile, where '1' is the lowest priority and '20' is the highest. If both IP and Tel profiles apply to the same call, the coders and other common parameters (noted by an asterisk) of the preferred Profile are applied to that call.

  • Page 123: Figure 3-71: Advanced Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To configure the advanced general protocol parameters: Open the 'Advanced Parameters' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > SIP Advanced Parameters submenu > Advanced Parameters page item). Figure 3-71: Advanced Parameters Page Configure the parameters as required.

  • Page 124: Figure 3-72: Supplementary Services

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7.6.2 Configuring Supplementary Services The 'Supplementary Services' page is used to configure parameters that are associated with supplementary services. For a description of the parameters appearing on this page, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223. For an overview on supplementary services, refer to ''Working with Supplementary Services'' on page 431.

  • Page 125: Sas Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.7 SAS Parameters The SAS submenu allows you to configure the SAS application. This submenu includes the Stand Alone Survivability item page (refer to ''Configuring Stand-Alone Survivability Parameters'' on page 125), from which you can also access the 'IP2IP Routing Table' page for configuring SAS routing rules (refer to ''Configuring the IP2IP Routing Table (SAS)'' on page 126).

  • Page 126: Figure 3-73: Sas Configuration

    Mediant 2000  To configure the Stand-Alone Survivability parameters: Open the 'SAS Configuration' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > SAS submenu > Stand Alone Survivability page item). Figure 3-73: SAS Configuration Page Configure the parameters as described in ''SIP Configuration Parameters''...

  • Page 127: Figure 3-74: Ip2ip Routing, Table 3-23: Sas Routing Table Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.7.2 Configuring the IP2IP Routing Table (SAS) The 'IP2IP Routing Table' page configures SAS routing when SAS is in Emergency mode. Up to 120 SAS routing rules can be defined. The device routes the SAS call (received SIP INVITE message) once a rule in this table is matched.

  • Page 128

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Destination Username Prefix The prefix of the incoming SIP INVITE's destination URI [IP2IPRouting_DestUsernamePrefix] (usually the Request URI) user part. If this rule is not required, leave the field empty. To denote any prefix, use the asterisk (*) symbol.

  • Page 129: Manipulation Tables

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Destination Address The destination IP address (or domain name, e.g., [IP2IPRouting_DestAddress] domain.com) to where the call is sent. Notes:  This parameter is applicable only if the parameter 'Destination Type' is set to 'Dest Address' [1]. ...

  • Page 130

    Mediant 2000 prefixes.  Assigning Numbering Plan Indicator (NPI)/Type of Numbering (TON) to IP-to-Tel calls. The device can use a single global setting for NPI/TON classification or it can use the setting in the manipulation tables on a call-by-call basis.

  • Page 131: Figure 3-75: Source Phone Number Manipulation Table For Tel-to-ip Calls

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To configure the Number Manipulation tables: Open the required 'Number Manipulation' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Manipulation Tables submenu > Dest Number IP->Tel, Dest Number Tel->IP, Source Number IP->Tel, or Source Number Tel->IP page item); the relevant Manipulation table page is displayed (e.g., 'Source Phone Number Manipulation Table for Tel...

  • Page 132

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Source IP Group The IP Group from where the IP-to-IP call originated. Typically, this IP [_SrcIPGroupID] Group of an incoming INVITE is determined/classified using the ‘Inbound IP Routing’ table. If not used (i.e., any IP Group), simply leave the field empty.

  • Page 133

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Web: NPI The Numbering Plan Indicator (NPI) assigned to this entry. EMS: Number Plan  Unknown (default) [_NumberPlan]  Private  E.164 Public  [-1] Not Configured = value received from PSTN/IP is used Notes: ...

  • Page 134: Figure 3-76: Phone Context Table

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7.8.2 Mapping NPI/TON to SIP Phone-Context The 'Phone-Context Table' page is used to map Numbering Plan Indication (NPI) and Type of Number (TON) to the SIP Phone-Context parameter. When a call is received from the ISDN, the NPI and TON are compared against the table and the matching Phone-Context value is used in the outgoing SIP INVITE message.

  • Page 135: Table 3-25: Phone-context Parameters Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Table 3-25: Phone-Context Parameters Description Parameter Description Add Phone Context As Prefix Determines whether the received Phone-Context parameter is [AddPhoneContextAsPrefix] added as a prefix to the outgoing ISDN SETUP message with Called and Calling numbers. ...

  • Page 136: Table 3-26: Npi/ton Values For Isdn Etsi

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7.8.3 Numbering Plans and Type of Number The IP-to-Tel destination or source number manipulation tables allow you to classify numbers by their Numbering Plan Indication (NPI) and Type of Number (TON). The device supports all NPI/TON classifications used in the standard. The list of ISDN ETSI NPI/TON...

  • Page 137: Routing Tables, Figure 3-77: Routing General Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.9 Routing Tables The Routing Tables submenu allows you to configure call routing rules. This submenu includes the following page items:  Routing General Parameters (refer to ''Configuring Routing General Parameters'' page  Tel to IP Routing (refer to ''Configuring the Tel to IP Routing Table'' on page ...

  • Page 138

    Mediant 2000 Configure the parameters as required. Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes to flash memory, refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page 3.3.7.9.2 Configuring the Tel to IP Routing Table The 'Tel to IP Routing' page provides a table for configuring up to 180 Tel-to-IP call routing rules.

  • Page 139: Figure 3-78: Tel To Ip Routing

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management address), or use an FQDN that resolves into two IP addresses. The call is sent to the alternative destination when one of the following occurs: • No ping to the initial destination is available, poor QoS (delay or packet loss, calculated according to previous calls) is detected, or a DNS host name is not resolved.

  • Page 140: Table 3-27: Tel To Ip Routing Table Parameters

    Mediant 2000 To save the changes to flash memory, refer to ''Saving Configuration'' on page Table 3-27: Tel to IP Routing Table Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Tel to IP Routing Determines whether to route Tel (or inbound IP) calls to IP before or Mode after manipulation of destination number.

  • Page 141

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Web/EMS: Source Phone Calling telephone number prefix. Prefix The prefix can include up to 50 digits. [PREFIX_SourcePrefix] Note: The source phone prefix can be a single digit or a range of digits. For available notations representing multiple numbers/digits, refer to ''Dialing Plan Notation for Routing and Manipulation'' on page All Tel (or inbound IP) calls matching all or any combination of the above routing rules are...

  • Page 142

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description  [2] TLS Note: When set to Not Configured (-1),, the transport type defined by the parameter SIPTransportType (refer to ''SIP General Parameters'' on page ) is used. Web: Dest IP Group ID The IP Group (1-9) to where you want to route the call. The SIP...

  • Page 143: Figure 3-79: Outbound Ip Routing, Table 3-28: Outbound Ip Routing Table Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management This table allows you to configure the device's routing rules for sending inbound IP calls matching some or all of the following criteria to a destination IP address or IP Group:  Source IP Group ...

  • Page 144

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description originating from this Source IP Group are sent to the Serving IP Group. In this scenario, this table is used only if the parameter PreferRouteTable is set to 1.  For defining IP Groups, refer to ''Configuring the IP Groups'' page Src.

  • Page 145

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description  [2] TLS Note: When 'Not Configured' is selected, the transport type defined by the parameter SIPTransportType (refer to ''SIP General Parameters'' on page ) is used. Dest. IP Group ID The IP Group (1 to 9) to where you want to route the outbound IP-to- [PREFIX_DestIPGroupID] IP call.

  • Page 146: Figure 3-80: Ip To Trunk Group Routing Table

    Mediant 2000 The IP-to-Tel calls are routed to Trunk Groups according to any one of the following (or a combination thereof) criteria:  Destination and source host prefix  Destination and source phone prefix  Source IP address Once the call is routed to the specific Trunk Group, the call is sent to the device's channels pertaining to that Trunk Group.

  • Page 147: Table 3-29: Ip To Trunk Group Routing Table Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Table 3-29: IP to Trunk Group Routing Table Description Parameter Description IP to Tel Routing Mode Determines whether to route IP calls to the Trunk Group before or [RouteModeIP2Tel] after manipulation of destination number (configured in ''Configuring the Number Manipulation Tables'' on page ...

  • Page 148: Figure 3-81: Inbound Ip Routing Table

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [PstnPrefix_TrunkGroupId] match all or any combination (including only a single parameter) of the parameters described above. IP Profile ID The IP Profile (configured in '' Configuring P Profiles'' on page [PstnPrefix_ProfileId] that is assigned to the routing rule.

  • Page 149: Table 3-30: Inbound Ip Routing Table Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Configure the table according to the table below. Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes so they are available after a power fail, refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page Table 3-30: Inbound IP Routing Table Description Parameter Description...

  • Page 150: Figure 3-82: Internal Dns Table

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Source IP Group ID The IP Group (1-9) to which you want to assign this inbound IP-to-IP [PstnPrefix_SrcIPGroupID] call. This defines the IP Group (configured in the '' Configuring the IP Groups'' on page ) from where the SIP INVITE message is received.

  • Page 151: Figure 3-83: Internal Srv Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.9.7 Configuring the Internal SRV Table The 'Internal SRV Table' page provides a table for resolving host names to DNS A- Records. Three different A-Records can be assigned to each host name. Each A-Record contains the host name, priority, weight, and port.

  • Page 152: Figure 3-84: Release Cause Mapping

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7.9.8 Configuring Release Cause Mapping The 'Release Cause Mapping' page consists of two groups that allow the device to map up to 12 different SIP Response Codes to Q.850 Release Causes and vice versa, thereby overriding the hard-coded mapping mechanism (described in ''Release Reason Mapping'' on page 472).

  • Page 153

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.9.9 Configuring Reasons for Alternative Routing The 'Reasons for Alternative Routing' page allows you to define up to four different call release (termination) reasons for IP-to-Tel call releases and for Tel-to-IP call releases. If a call is released as a result of one of these reasons, the device tries to find an alternative route for that call.

  • Page 154: Figure 3-85: Reasons For Alternative Routing

    Mediant 2000  To configure the reasons for alternative routing: Open the 'Reasons for Alternative Routing' page (Configuration tab > Protocol Configuration menu > Routing Tables submenu > Reasons for Alternative Routing page item). Figure 3-85: Reasons for Alternative Routing Page In the 'IP to Tel Reasons' group, select up to four different call failure reasons that invoke an alternative IP-to-Tel routing.

  • Page 155: Trunk Groups, Figure 3-86: Trunk Group Table

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.7.10 Trunk Groups The Trunk Group submenu allows you to configure groups of channels called Trunk Groups. This submenu includes the following page items:  Trunk Group (refer to “Configuring the Trunk Group Table” on page 155) ...

  • Page 156: Table 3-31: Trunk Group Table Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Table 3-31: Trunk Group Table Parameters Parameter Description From Trunk Starting physical Trunk number in the Trunk Group. The [TrunkGroup_FirstTrunkId] number of listed Trunks depends on the device's hardware configuration. To Trunk Ending physical Trunk number in the Trunk Group. The...

  • Page 157: Figure 3-87: Trunk Group Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description  You can define the method for which new calls are assigned to channels within the Trunk Groups, using the parameter TrunkGroupSettings. Tel Profile ID The Tel Profile ID assigned to the channels pertaining to the [TrunkGroup_ProfileId] Trunk Group.

  • Page 158: Table 3-32: Trunk Group Settings Parameters

    Mediant 2000 An example is shown below of a REGISTER message for registering endpoint "101" using registration Per Endpoint mode. The "SipGroupName" in the request URI is taken from the IP Group table. REGISTER sip:SipGroupName SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.33.37.78;branch=z9hG4bKac862428454 From: <sip:101@GatewayName>;tag=1c862422082 To: <sip:101@GatewayName>...

  • Page 159

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description 'Don't Register'.  [5] Per Account = Registrations are sent (or not) to an IP Group, according to the settings in the Account table (refer to ''Configuring the Account Table'' on page Notes: ...

  • Page 160: Configuring Digital Gateway Parameters, Figure 3-88: Digital Gateway Parameters

    Mediant 2000 3.3.7.11 Configuring Digital Gateway Parameters The 'Digital Gateway Parameters' page allows you to configure miscellaneous digital parameters. For a description of these parameters, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223.  To configure the digital gateway parameters: Open the 'Digital Gateway Parameters' page (Configuration tab >...

  • Page 161: Configuring Tdm Bus Settings, Figure 3-89: Tdm Bus Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.3.8 Configuring TDM Bus Settings The 'TDM Bus Settings' page allows you to configure the device's Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) bus settings. For detailed information on configuring the device's clock settings, refer to ''Clock Settings'' on page 471. For a description of these parameters, refer to ''Configuration Parameters Reference'' on page 223.

  • Page 162: Advanced Applications, Configuring Voice Mail Parameters, Figure 3-90: Voice Mail Settings

    Mediant 2000 3.3.9 Advanced Applications The Advanced Applications menu allows you to configure advanced SIP-based applications. This menu includes the following page items:  Voice Mail Settings (refer to ''Configuring Voice Mail Parameters'' on page  RADIUS Parameters (refer to ''Configuring RADIUS Accounting Parameters'' on page 3.3.9.1...

  • Page 163: Configuring Radius Accounting Parameters, Figure 3-91: Radius Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Configure the parameters as required. Click the Submit button to save your changes. To save the changes to flash memory, refer to '' Saving Configuration'' on page 3.3.9.2 Configuring RADIUS Accounting Parameters The 'RADIUS Parameters' page is used for configuring the Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) accounting parameters.

  • Page 164: Management Tab, Management Configuration, Configuring The Management Settings

    Mediant 2000 Management Tab The Management tab on the Navigation bar displays menus in the Navigation tree related to device management. These menus include the following:  Management Configuration (refer to ''Management Configuration'' on page  Software Update (refer to ''Software Update'' on page 3.4.1...

  • Page 165: Figure 3-92: Management Settings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To configure the Management parameters: Open the 'Management Settings' page (Management tab > Management Configuration menu > Management Settings page item). Figure 3-92: Management Settings Page Configure the management settings. In addition, you can configure the following SNMP settings: •...

  • Page 166: Figure 3-93: Snmp Trap Destinations, Table 3-33: Snmp Trap Destinations Parameters Description

    Mediant 2000 3.4.1.1.1 Configuring the SNMP Trap Destinations Table The 'SNMP Trap Destinations' page allows you to configure up to five SNMP trap managers.  To configure the SNMP Trap Destinations table: Access the 'Management Settings' page, as described in ''Configuring the...

  • Page 167: Figure 3-94: Snmp Community Strings

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Parameter Description Trap Enable Activates or de-activates the sending of traps to the [SNMPManagerTrapSendingEnable_x] corresponding SNMP Manager.  Disable = Sending is disabled.  [1] Enable = Sending is enabled (default). 3.4.1.1.2 Configuring the SNMP Community Strings The 'SNMP Community String' page allows you to configure up to five read-only and up to five read-write SNMP community strings, and to configure the community string that is used for sending traps.

  • Page 168: Figure 3-95: Snmp V3 Setting, Table 3-34: Snmp Community Strings Parameters Description

    Mediant 2000 Table 3-34: SNMP Community Strings Parameters Description Parameter Description  Read Only [SNMPReadOnlyCommunityString_x]: Up to five Community String read-only community strings (up to 19 characters each). The default string is 'public'.  Read / Write [SNMPReadWriteCommunityString_x]: Up to five read / write community strings (up to 19 characters each).

  • Page 169: Table 3-35: Snmp V3 Users Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Table 3-35: SNMP V3 Users Parameters Parameter Description Index The table index. [SNMPUsers_Index] The valid range is 0 to 9. User Name Name of the SNMP v3 user. This name must be unique. [SNMPUsers_Username] Authentication Protocol Authentication protocol of the SNMP v3 user.

  • Page 170: Configuring The Regional Settings, Figure 3-96: Snmp Trusted Managers, Figure 3-97: Regional Settings

    Mediant 2000 In the 'SNMP Trusted Managers' field, click the right-pointing arrow button; the 'SNMP Trusted Managers' page appears. Figure 3-96: SNMP Trusted Managers Select the check box corresponding to the SNMP Trusted Manager that you want to enable and for whom you want to define an IP address.

  • Page 171: Maintenance Actions, Figure 3-98: Maintenance Actions

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.4.1.3 Maintenance Actions The 'Maintenance Actions' page allows you to perform the following operations:  Reset the device (refer to ''Resetting the Device'' on page  Lock and unlock the device (refer to ''Locking and Unlocking the Device'' on page ...

  • Page 172: Figure 3-99: Reset Confirmation Message Box

    Mediant 2000 Under the 'Reset Configuration' group, from the 'Graceful Option' drop-down list, select one of the following options: • 'Yes': Reset starts only after the user-defined time in the 'Shutdown Timeout' field (refer to Step 4) expires or after no more active traffic exists (the earliest thereof).

  • Page 173: Figure 3-100: Device Lock Confirmation Message Box

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management • 'No': The device is 'locked' regardless of traffic. Any existing traffic is terminated immediately. Note: These options are only available if the current status of the device is in the Unlock state. In the 'Lock Timeout' field (relevant only if the parameter 'Graceful Option' in the previous step is set to 'Yes'), enter the time (in seconds) after which the device locks.

  • Page 174: Software Update, Loading Auxiliary Files, Table 3-36: Auxiliary Files Descriptions

    Mediant 2000 3.4.2 Software Update The Software Update menu allows you to upgrade the device's software by loading a new cmp file (compressed firmware) along with the ini file and a suite of auxiliary files. This menu includes the following page items: ...

  • Page 175: Figure 3-101: Load Auxiliary Files

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.4.2.1.1 Loading Auxiliary Files using Web Interface The auxiliary files can be loaded to the device using the Web interface's 'Load Auxiliary Files' page, as described in the procedure below. Notes: • When loading an ini file, the settings of parameters that are excluded from the loaded ini file are retained (incremental •...

  • Page 176: Loading A Software Upgrade Key

    Mediant 2000 Click the Load File button corresponding to the file you want to load. Repeat steps 2 through 3 for each file you want to load. To save the loaded auxiliary files to flash memory, refer to ''Saving Configuration''...

  • Page 177: Figure 3-102: Software Upgrade Key Status

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management The procedure below describes how to load a Software Upgrade Key to the device using the Web interface.  To load a Software Upgrade Key: Open the 'Software Upgrade Key Status' page (Management tab > Software Update menu >...

  • Page 178: Figure 3-103: Software Upgrade Key With Multiple S/n Lines

    Mediant 2000 • Multiple S/N lines (as shown below): Figure 3-103: Software Upgrade Key with Multiple S/N Lines in the 'Send Upgrade Key file' field, click the Browse button and navigate to the folder in which the Software Upgrade Key text file is located on your PC.

  • Page 179: Software Upgrade Wizard

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management From the 'INI File' drop-down list, select the Software Upgrade Key file. Note that the device's cmp file must be specified in the 'Boot File' field. Configure the initial BootP/TFTP parameters as required, and then click Reset the device;...

  • Page 180: Figure 3-104: Start Software Upgrade Wizard Screen, Figure 3-105: Load A Cmp File Wizard

    Mediant 2000  To load files using the Software Upgrade Wizard: Stop all traffic on the device using the Graceful Lock feature (refer to the warning bulletin above). Open the 'Software Upgrade Wizard' (Management tab > Software Update menu >...

  • Page 181: Figure 3-106: End Process Wizard

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Click the Browse button, navigate to the cmp file, and then click Send File; the cmp file is loaded to the device and you're notified as to a successful loading. Click one of the following buttons: •...

  • Page 182: Backing Up And Restoring Configuration, Figure 3-107: Configuration File

    Mediant 2000 Enter your login user name and password, and then click OK ; a message box appears informing you of the new cmp file. Click OK ; the Web interface becomes active, reflecting the upgraded device. 3.4.2.4 Backing Up and Restoring Configuration You can save a copy/backup of the device's current configuration settings (Voice) as an ini file to a folder on your PC, using the 'Configuration File' page.

  • Page 183: Status & Diagnostics Tab, Status & Diagnostics, Viewing The Device's Syslog Messages

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Status & Diagnostics Tab The Status & Diagnostics tab on the Navigation bar displays menus in the Navigation tree related to device operating status and diagnostics. These menus include the following:  Status & Diagnostics (refer to ''Status & Diagnostics'' on page ...

  • Page 184: Figure 3-108: Message Log Screen

    Mediant 2000  To activate the Message Log: Set the parameter 'Debug Level' (GwDebugLevel) to 6 (refer ''Configuring Advanced Parameter'' on page ). This parameter determines the Syslog logging level in the range 0 to 6, where 6 is the highest level.

  • Page 185: Viewing Ethernet Port Information, Viewing Active Ip Interfaces, Figure 3-109: Ethernet Port Information

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.5.1.2 Viewing Ethernet Port Information The 'Ethernet Port Information' page displays read-only information on the Ethernet connection used by the device. This includes indicating the active port, duplex mode, and speed. You can also access this page from the 'Home' page (refer to ''Using the Home Page'' on page 52).

  • Page 186: Viewing Device Information, Figure 3-111: Device Information

    Open the 'Device Information' page (Status & Diagnostics tab > Status & Diagnostics menu > Device Information page item). Figure 3-111: Device Information Page The 'Board Type' field number depicts the following devices:  Mediant 2000 = 31  TP-1610 = 24  To delete a loaded file: ...

  • Page 187: Viewing Performance Statistics, Viewing Active Alarms, Figure 3-112: Performance Statistics

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.5.1.5 Viewing Performance Statistics The 'Performance Statistics' page provides read-only, device performance statistics. This page is refreshed with new statistics every 60 seconds. The duration that the current statistics has been collected, is displayed above the statistics table. ...

  • Page 188: Viewing Trunks & Channels Status, Figure 3-113: Active Alarms, Figure 3-114: Trunks & Channels Status

    Mediant 2000 Figure 3-113: Active Alarms Page For each alarm, the following information is provided:  Severity: severity level of the alarm: • Critical - alarm displayed in red • Major - alarm displayed in orange • Minor - alarm displayed in yellow ...

  • Page 189: Figure 3-115: Example Of A Selected Page Icon For Displaying Trunks 17-24, Mediant

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management  To view the next eight trunks:  Click the Go To Page icon. Figure 3-115: Example of a Selected Page Icon for Displaying Trunks 17-24 The 'Trunks and Channels Status' page uses the following color-coding icons to indicate the status of the trunks and channels: Table 3-38: Color-Coding Icons for Trunk and Channel Status Trunk...

  • Page 190: Gateway Statistics, Viewing Call Counters, Figure 3-117: Calls Count

    Mediant 2000 3.5.2 Gateway Statistics The Gateway Statistics menu allows you to monitor real-time activity such as IP connectivity information, call details and call statistics, including the number of call attempts, failed calls, fax calls, etc. This menu includes the following page items: ...

  • Page 191: Table 3-39: Call Counters Description

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Table 3-39: Call Counters Description Counter Description Number of Attempted Indicates the number of attempted calls. It is composed of established Calls and failed calls. The number of established calls is represented by the 'Number of Established Calls' counter.

  • Page 192: Viewing Call Routing Status, Figure 3-118: Call Routing Status, Table 3-40: Call Routing Status Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Counter Description GWAPP_SERVICE_NOT_IMPLEMENTED_UNSPECIFIED (79) reason. Number of Failed Calls Indicates the number of calls that failed due to unavailable resources or due to No Resources a device lock. The counter is incremented as a result of one of the following release reasons: ...

  • Page 193: Viewing Sas/sbc Registered Users, Figure 3-119: Sas Registered Users, Table 3-41: Sas Registered Users Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management 3.5.2.3 Viewing SAS/SBC Registered Users The 'SAS Registered Users' page displays a list of Stand Alone Survivability (SAS) and/or IP-to-IP registered users.  To view the SAS registered users:  Open the 'SAS Registered Users' page (Status & Diagnostics tab > Gateway Statistics menu >...

  • Page 194: Viewing Ip Connectivity, Figure 3-120: Ip Connectivity, Table 3-42: Ip Connectivity Parameters

    Mediant 2000 3.5.2.4 Viewing IP Connectivity The 'IP Connectivity' page displays online, read-only network diagnostic connectivity information on all destination IP addresses configured in the 'Tel to IP Routing' page (refer to ''Configuring the Tel to IP Routing Table'' on page 138).

  • Page 195

    SIP User's Manual 3. Web-Based Management Column Name Description Connectivity The status of the IP address' connectivity according to the method in the Status 'Connectivity Method' field.  OK = Remote side responds to periodic connectivity queries.  Lost = Remote side didn't respond for a short period. ...

  • Page 196

    Mediant 2000 Reader’s Notes SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 197: Secured Encoded Ini File, Ini File Format, Ini File Configuration

    SIP User's Manual 4. INI File Configuration INI File Configuration An alternative to configuring the device using the Web interface (as described in ''Web- Based Management'' on page 23) is by loading an ini file to the device containing user- defined parameters.

  • Page 198: Format Rules, Format Of Individual Parameters

    Mediant 2000 4.2.1 Format Rules The ini file must adhere to the following format rules:  The ini file name must not include hyphens (-) or spaces; if necessary, use an underscore (_) instead.  Lines beginning with a semi-colon (;) are ignored. These can be used for adding remarks in the file.

  • Page 199: Format Of Ini File Table Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 4. INI File Configuration 4.2.3 Format of ini File Table Parameters The ini file table parameters allow you to configure configuration tables. These tables can include multiple parameters (column) and row entries (index). When loading an ini file to the device, it's recommended to include only tables that belong to applications that are to be configured (dynamic tables of other applications are empty, but static tables are not).

  • Page 200

    Mediant 2000 The following displays an example of the structure of an ini file table parameter. [Table_Title] ; This is the title of the table. FORMAT Index = Column_Name1, Column_Name2, Column_Name3; ; This is the Format line. Index 0 = value1, value2, value3;...

  • Page 201: Example Of An Ini File

    SIP User's Manual 4. INI File Configuration 4.2.4 Example of an ini File Below is an example of an ini file with individual and table parameters: ;Channel Parameters DJBufMinDelay = 75 RTPRedundancyDepth = 1 IsProxyUsed = 1 ProxyIP = 192.168.122.179 [CoderName] FORMAT CoderName_Index = CoderName_Type, CoderName_PacketInterval, CoderName_rate, CoderName_PayloadType, CoderName_Sce;...

  • Page 202: Modifying An Ini File

    Mediant 2000 Modifying an ini File You can modify an ini file currently used by the device. Modifying an ini file instead of loading an entirely new ini file preserves the device's current configuration, including factory default values.  To modify an ini...

  • Page 203: Element Management System (ems), Familiarizing Yourself With Ems Gui

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) Element Management System (EMS) This section describes how to configure various device configurations using AudioCodes Element Management System (EMS). The EMS is an advanced solution for standards- based management of gateways within VoP networks, covering all areas vital for the efficient operation, administration, management and provisioning (OAM&P) of AudioCodes' families of gateways.

  • Page 204: Securing Ems-device Communication, Configuring Ipsec

    Mediant 2000 The MG Tree is a hierarchical tree-like structure that lists all the devices managed by EMS. The tree includes the following icons:  Globe highest level in the tree, from which a Region can be added.  Region defines a group (e.g., geographical location) to which devices can be...

  • Page 205: Changing Ssh Login Password

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) The configuration session is now active and all data entered at the terminal is parsed as configuration text (formatted as an ini file). Type the following at the configuration session: [ IPSEC_IKEDB_TABLE ] FORMAT IKE_DB_INDEX = IkePolicySharedKey;...

  • Page 206: Adding The Device In Ems, Figure 5-2: Ems Login Screen

    Mediant 2000 The device responds with the message “Password changed”. Close the SSH client session and reconnect using the new password. Note: The default user name ("Admin") cannot be changed from within an SSH client session. Adding the Device in EMS...

  • Page 207: Figure 5-3: Adding A Region, Figure 5-4: Defining The Ip Address

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) Add a Region for your deployed devices, by performing the following: In the MG Tree, right-click the Globe icon, and then click Add Region ; the Region dialog box appears. Figure 5-3: Adding a Region In the 'Region Name' field, enter a name for the Region (e.g., a geographical name).

  • Page 208: Configuring Trunks, General Trunk Configuration, Figure 5-5: Trunk Sip Provisioning Frame

    Mediant 2000 Note: The Pre-shared Key string defined in the EMS must be identical to the one that you defined for the device. When IPSec is enabled, default IPSec/IKE parameters are loaded to the device. Configuring Trunks This section describes how to provision the E1/T1 PSTN Trunks.

  • Page 209: Configuring Isdn Nfas

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) From the 'Clock Master' drop-down list, set the Clock Master to one of the following values: • Clock Master OFF: the Clock Source is recovered from the Trunk line. • Clock Master ON: the Clock Source is provided by the internal TDM bus clock source, according to the parameter TDM Bus Clock Source.

  • Page 210: Figure 5-6: Ems Isdn Settings Screen

    Mediant 2000 Select the ISDN Settings tab; the 'ISDN Settings' screen appears. Figure 5-6: EMS ISDN Settings Screen Perform the following configurations: Configure each trunk in the group with the same values for the 'Termination Side' parameter. Select the 'EXPLICIT INTERFACE ID' check box to configure the Interface ID (see Step d) of a NFAS Trunk.

  • Page 211: Figure 5-7: General Settings Window

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) • Line Code Figure 5-7: General Settings Window Burn and reset the device after all the trunks have been configured. Note: All trunks in the group must be configured with the same values for trunk parameters TerminationSide, ProtocolType, FramingMethod and LineCode.

  • Page 212: Configuring Basic Sip Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Configuring Basic SIP Parameters This section describes how to configure the device with basic SIP control protocol parameters using the EMS.  To configure basic SIP parameters: In the MG Tree, select the device that you want to configure.

  • Page 213

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) Select the Registration tab. Configure 'Is Register Needed' field: ♦ No = the device doesn't register to a Proxy/Registrar server (default). ♦ Yes = the device registers to a Proxy/Registrar server at power up and every user-defined interval (‘Registration Time’...

  • Page 214: Configuring Advanced Ipsec/ike Parameters, Figure 5-8: Ipsec Table Screen

    Mediant 2000 Configuring Advanced IPSec/IKE Parameters After you have pre-configured IPSec via SSH (refer to ''Securing EMS-Device Communication'' on page 204), you can optionally configure additional IPSec and IKE entries for other SNMP Managers aside from the EMS. Note: Do not remove the default IPSec and IKE tables that were previously loaded to the device when you enabled IPSec.

  • Page 215: Provisioning Srtp Crypto Offered Suites, Figure 5-9: Authentication & Security Screen

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) Provisioning SRTP Crypto Offered Suites This section describes how to configure offered SRTP crypto suites in the SDP.  To configure SRTP crypto offered suites: In the MG Tree, select the device. On the Tab bar, select SIP, and then click SIP Protocol ;...

  • Page 216: Provisioning Mlpp Parameters, Figure 5-10: Mlpp Screen

    Mediant 2000 Provisioning MLPP Parameters This section describes how to configure the MLPP (Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption) parameters using the EMS.  To configure the MLPP parameters: In the MG Tree, select the device. Select the SIP > Advanced tab; the 'SIP Advanced Configuration' frame appears.

  • Page 217: Configuring The Device To Operate With Snmpv3, Configuring Snmpv3 Using Ssh

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) Configuring the Device to Operate with SNMPv3 This section describes the SNMPv3 configuration process:  Configuring SNMPv3 using SSH  Configuring SNMPv3 using EMS (non-configured SNMPv3 System)  Configuring SNMPv3 using EMS (pre-configured SNMPv3 System) Note: After configuring SNMPv3, ensure that you disable IPSec.

  • Page 218: Configuring Ems To Operate With A Pre-configured Snmpv3 System, Figure 5-11: Mg Information Screen

    Mediant 2000 Possible values for AuthProtocol: • 0 – none • 1 - MD5 • 2 - SHA-1 Possible values for PrivProtocol: • 0 – none • 1 – DES • 3 - AES128 To end the PuTTY configuration session, type a full-stop (“.”) on an empty line; the...

  • Page 219: Configuring Snmpv3 To Operate With Non-configured Snmpv3 System, Figure 5-12: Mg Information Window

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) 5.9.3 Configuring SNMPv3 to Operate with Non-Configured SNMPv3 System The procedure below describes how to configure SNMPv3 using the EMS.  To configure the device to operate with SNMPv3 via EMS (to a non- configured System): In the MG Tree, select the required Region to which the device belongs, and then right-click the device.

  • Page 220: Cloning Snmpv3 Users, Resetting The Device, Figure 5-13: Confirmation For Saving Configuration And Resetting Device

    Mediant 2000 5.9.4 Cloning SNMPv3 Users According to the SNMPv3 standard, SNMPv3 users on the SNMP Agent (on the device) cannot be added via the SNMP protocol, e.g. SNMP Manager (i.e., the EMS). Instead, new users must be defined by User Cloning. The SNMP Manager creates a new user according to the original user permission levels.

  • Page 221: Upgrading The Device's Software, Figure 5-14: Software Manager Screen, Figure 5-15: Add Files Screen

    SIP User's Manual 5. Element Management System (EMS) 5.11 Upgrading the Device's Software The procedure below describes how to upgrade the devices software (i.e., cmp file), using the EMS.  To upgrade the device's cmp file: From the Tools menu, choose Software Manager ;...

  • Page 222: Figure 5-16: Files Manager Screen

    Mediant 2000 Select the cmp file, by performing the following: Ensure that the CMP File Only option is selected. In the 'CMP' field, click the browse button and then navigate to and select the required cmp file; the software version number of the selected file appears in the 'Software Version' field.

  • Page 223: Configuration Parameters Reference, Networking Parameters, Ethernet Parameters, Table 6-1: Ethernet Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Configuration Parameters Reference The device's configuration parameters, default values, and their description are documented in this section. Parameters and values enclosed in square brackets ([...]) represent ini file parameters and their enumeration values; parameters not written in square brackets represent their corresponding Web interface and/or EMS parameters.

  • Page 224: Multiple Ip Interfaces And Vlans Parameters, Table 6-2: Ip Network Interfaces And Vlan Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Note:  For this parameter to take effect, a device reset is required.  Enable LAN Watchdog is relevant only if the Ethernet connection is full duplex. 6.1.2 Multiple IP Interfaces and VLANs Parameters The IP network interfaces and VLAN parameters are described in the table below.

  • Page 225

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description single IPv4 interface and without VLANs. Therefore, check the Syslog for any error messages.  When booting using BootP/DHCP protocols, an IP address is obtained from the server. This address is used as the OAMP address for this session, overriding the address configured using the InterfaceTable.

  • Page 226

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Native VLAN ID Defines the VLAN ID to which untagged incoming traffic is [VLANNativeVLANID] assigned. Outgoing packets sent to this VLAN are sent only with a priority tag (VLAN ID = 0). When this parameter is equal to one of the VLAN IDs in the Interface Table (and VLANs are enabled), untagged incoming traffic is considered as an incoming traffic for that interface.

  • Page 227: Static Routing Parameters, Table 6-3: Static Routing Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.1.3 Static Routing Parameters The static routing parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-3: Static Routing Parameters Parameter Description Static IP Routing Table Parameters You can define up to 50 static IP routing rules for the device. For example, you can define static routing rules for the OAMP and Control networks, since a default gateway is supported only for the Media traffic network.

  • Page 228: Quality Of Service Parameters, Table 6-4: Qos Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Interface Specifies the interface (network type) to which the routing EMS: Interface Index rule is applied. [RoutingTableInterfacesColumn]  = OAMP (default).  = Media.  = Control. For detailed information on the network types, refer to...

  • Page 229

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Layer-3 Class of Service (TOS/DiffServ) Parameters For detailed information on IP QoS via Differentiated Services, refer to ''IP QoS via Differentiated Services (DiffServ)'' on page Web: Network QoS Defines the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) value EMS: Network Service Class Diff Serv for Network CoS content.

  • Page 230: Nat And Stun Parameters, Table 6-5: Nat And Stun Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.1.5 NAT and STUN Parameters The Network Address Translation (NAT) and Simple Traversal of UDP through NAT (STUN) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-5: NAT and STUN Parameters Parameter Description STUN Parameters Web: Enable STUN...

  • Page 231

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description NAT Parameters EMS: Binding Life Time Defines the default NAT binding lifetime in seconds. STUN [NATBindingDefaultTimeout] refreshes the binding information after this time expires. The valid range is 0 to 2,592,000. The default value is 30. Note: For this parameter to take effect, a device reset is required.

  • Page 232: Nfs Parameters, Table 6-6: Nfs Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.1.6 NFS Parameters The Network File Systems (NFS) configuration parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-6: NFS Parameters Parameter Description [NFSBasePort] Start of the range of numbers used for local UDP ports used by the NFS client.

  • Page 233: Dns Parameters, Table 6-7: Dns Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.1.7 DNS Parameters The Domain name System (DNS) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-7: DNS Parameters Parameter Description Web: DNS Primary The IP address of the primary DNS server. Enter the IP address in Server IP dotted-decimal notation, for example, 10.8.2.255.

  • Page 234: Dhcp Parameters, Table 6-8: Dhcp Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Internal SRV Table Web: Internal SRV Table This file table parameter defines the internal SRV table for resolving EMS: DNS Information host names into DNS A-Records. Three different A-Records can be [SRV2IP] assigned to a host name. Each A-Record contains the host name, priority, weight, and port.

  • Page 235

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description (soft reset via Web interface doesn't trigger the BootP/DHCP procedure and this parameter reverts to 'Disable').  Throughout the DHCP procedure the BootP/TFTP application must be deactivated, otherwise, the device receives a response from the BootP server instead of from the DHCP server.

  • Page 236: Ntp And Daylight Saving Time Parameters, Table 6-9: Ntp And Daylight Saving Time Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.1.9 NTP and Daylight Saving Time Parameters The Network Time Protocol (NTP) and daylight saving time parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-9: NTP and Daylight Saving Time Parameters Parameter Description NTP Parameters Note: For detailed information on Network Time Protocol (NTP), refer to ''Simple Network Time...

  • Page 237: Syslog Parameters, Table 6-10: Syslog Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.1.10 Syslog Parameters The Syslog parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-10: Syslog Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Syslog Server IP address (in dotted-decimal notation) of the computer you are using to IP Address run the Syslog server.

  • Page 238: Web And Telnet Parameters, General Parameters, Table 6-11: General Web And Telnet Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Web and Telnet Parameters This subsection describes the device's Web and Telnet parameters. 6.2.1 General Parameters The general Web and Telnet parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-11: General Web and Telnet Parameters Parameter Description Web: Web and Telnet...

  • Page 239: Web Parameters, Table 6-12: Web Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.2.2 Web Parameters The Web parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-12: Web Parameters Parameter Description [DisableWebTask] Disables or enables device management through the Web interface.  = Enable Web management (default). ...

  • Page 240

    Text string that replaces the default product name that appears in the Web interface (upper right-hand corner) and the extracted ini file. The default is 'Mediant 2000'. The string can be up to 29 characters. [UseWebLogo] Determines whether the Web interface displays a logo image or text.

  • Page 241: Telnet Parameters, Table 6-13: Telnet Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [LogoWidth] Width (in pixels) of the logo image that you want displayed in the Web GUI. The range is 0 to 199. The default value is 145 (which is the width of AudioCodes’...

  • Page 242: Debugging And Diagnostics Parameters, General Parameters, Cdr And Debug Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Debugging and Diagnostics Parameters This subsection describes the device's debugging and diagnostic parameters. 6.3.1 General Parameters The general debugging and diagnostic parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-14: General Debugging and Diagnostic Parameters Parameter Description EMS: Enable Diagnostics...

  • Page 243

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  Start & Connect & End Call = CDR report is sent to Syslog at the start, at connection, and at the end of each call. The CDR Syslog message complies with RFC 3161 and is identified by: Facility = 17 (local1) and Severity = 6 (Informational).

  • Page 244: Heartbeat Packet Parameters, Remote Alarm Indication Parameters, Table 6-16: Heartbeat Packet Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.3.3 Heartbeat Packet Parameters The Heartbeat packet parameters are described in the table below. The device sends a heartbeat packet to ensure that the far-end is passing traffic. Table 6-16: Heartbeat Packet Parameters Parameter Description EMS: APS IP Address...

  • Page 245: Serial Parameters, Table 6-18: Serial Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.3.5 Serial Parameters The RS-232 serial parameters are described in the table below. (Serial interface is mainly used for debugging.) Table 6-18: Serial Parameters Parameter Description [DisableRS232] Enables or disables the device's RS-232 port. ...

  • Page 246: Bootp Parameters, Table 6-19: Bootp Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.3.6 BootP Parameters The BootP parameters are described in the table below. The BootP parameters are special 'hidden' parameters. Once defined and saved in the device's flash memory, they are used even if they don't appear in the ini file.

  • Page 247

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  = Disable (default). [ExtBootPReqEnable]  = Enable extended information to be sent in BootP request. If enabled, the device uses the vendor specific information field in the BootP request to provide device-related initial startup information such as blade type, current IP address, software version.

  • Page 248: Security Parameters, General Parameters, Table 6-20: General Security Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Security Parameters This subsection describes the device's security parameters. 6.4.1 General Parameters The general security parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-20: General Security Parameters Parameter Description [EnableSecureStartup] Enables the Secure Startup mode. In this mode, downloading the ini file to the device is restricted to a URL provided in initial configuration (see parameter IniFileURL) or using DHCP.

  • Page 249: Https Parameters, Mediant, Table 6-21: Https Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.4.2 HTTPS Parameters The Secure Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTPS) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-21: HTTPS Parameters Parameter Description Web: Secured Web Connection Determines the protocol used to access the Web interface. (HTTPS) ...

  • Page 250: Srtp Parameters, Table 6-22: Srtp Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [HTTPSRootFileName] Defines the name of the HTTPS trusted root certificate file to be loaded via TFTP. The file must be in base64-encoded PEM (Privacy Enhanced Mail) format. The valid range is a 47-character string. Note: This parameter is only relevant when the device is loaded via BootP/TFTP.

  • Page 251: Tls Parameters, Table 6-23: Tls Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description SRTP offered Suites Defines the offered SRTP crypto suites. [SRTPofferedSuites]  All = All available crypto suites (default)  AES_CM_128_HMAC_SHA1_80 = device uses AES-CM encryption with a 128-bit key and HMAC-SHA1 message authentication with a 80-bit tag.

  • Page 252

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: TLS Mutual Authentication Determines the device's behavior when acting as a server for EMS: SIPS Require Client TLS connections. Certificate  Disable = The device does not request the client [SIPSRequireClientCertificate] certificate (default).  [1] Enable = The device requires receipt and verification of the client certificate to establish the TLS connection.

  • Page 253: Ssh Parameters, Table 6-24: Ssh Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web/EMS: TLS Remote Subject Defines the Subject Name that is compared with the name Name defined in the remote side certificate when establishing TLS [TLSRemoteSubjectName] connections. If the SubjectAltName of the received certificate is not equal to any of the defined Proxies Host names/IP addresses and is not marked as 'critical', the Common Name (CN) of the Subject field is compared with this value.

  • Page 254: Ipsec Parameters, Table 6-25: Ipsec Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.4.6 IPSec Parameters The Internet Protocol security (IPSec) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-25: IPSec Parameters Parameter Description IPSec Parameters Web: Enable IP Security Enables or disables IPSec on the device. EMS: IPSec Enable ...

  • Page 255: Ocsp Parameters, Table 6-26: Ocsp Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Internet Key Exchange (IKE) Parameters Web/EMS: IKE Table This file table parameter configures the IKE table. The format of this [IPSec_IKEDB_Table] parameter is as follows: [IPSec_IKEDB_Table] Format IKE_DB_INDEX = IKEPolicy SharedKey, IKEPolicyProposalEncryption_X, IKEPolicyProposalAuthentication_X, IKEPolicyProposalDHGroup_X, IKEPolicyLifeInSec, IKEPolicyLifeInKB, IkePolicyAuthenticationMethod...

  • Page 256: Radius Parameters, Table 6-27: Radius Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description EMS: OCSP Default Determines the default OCSP behavior when the server cannot be Response contacted. [OCSPDefaultResponse]  = Rejects peer certificate (default).  [1] = Allows peer certificate. RADIUS Parameters The RADIUS parameters are described in the table below. For detailed information on the supported RADIUS attributes, refer to ''Supported RADIUS Attributes'' on page 426.

  • Page 257

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: RADIUS Authentication IP address of the RADIUS authentication server. Server IP Address Note: For this parameter to take effect, a device reset is required. [RADIUSAuthServerIP] [RADIUSAuthPort] RADIUS Authentication Server Port. Note: For this parameter to take effect, a device reset is required.

  • Page 258: Snmp Parameters, Table 6-28: Snmp Parameters

    Mediant 2000 SNMP Parameters The SNMP parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-28: SNMP Parameters Parameter Description Web: Enable SNMP Determines whether SNMP is enabled. [DisableSNMP]  Enable = SNMP is enabled (default).  [1] Disable = SNMP is disabled and no traps are sent.

  • Page 259

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [AlarmHistoryTableMaxSize] Determines the maximum number of rows in the Alarm History table. This parameter can be controlled by the Config Global Entry Limit MIB (located in the Notification Log MIB). The valid range is 50 to 1000.

  • Page 260

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description SNMP v3 Users Parameters Web: SNMP V3 Table This file table parameter configures SNMP v3 users. The EMS: SNMP V3 Users format of this parameter is as follows: [SNMPUsers] [SNMPUsers] FORMAT SNMPUsers_ Index = SNMPUsers_Username, SNMPUsers_AuthProtocol, SNMPUsers_PrivProtocol,...

  • Page 261: Sip Configuration Parameters, General Sip Parameters, Table 6-29: General Sip Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference SIP Configuration Parameters This subsection describes the device's SIP parameters. 6.7.1 General SIP Parameters The general SIP parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-29: General SIP Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: PRACK Mode PRACK (Provisional Acknowledgment) mechanism mode for 1xx SIP [PrackMode] reliable responses.

  • Page 262

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Session Expires Determines the SIP method used for session-timer updates. Method  Re-INVITE = Uses Re-INVITE messages for session-timer [SessionExpiresMethod] updates (default).  [1] UPDATE = Uses UPDATE messages. Notes:  The device can receive session-timer refreshes using both methods.

  • Page 263

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  Silence Compression = Off  Echo Canceller Non-Linear Processor Mode = Off  Dynamic Jitter Buffer Minimum Delay = 40  Dynamic Jitter Buffer Optimization Factor = 13  If the device initiates a fax session using G.711 (option 2 and possibly 3), a 'gpmd' attribute is added to the SDP in the following format: ...

  • Page 264

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Enable TCP Enables the reuse of the same TCP connection for all calls to the Connection Reuse same destination. [EnableTCPConnectionReu  Disable = Use a separate TCP connection for each call.  Enable = Use the same TCP connection for all calls (default).

  • Page 265

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Enable History-Info Enables usage of the History-Info header. Header  Disable = Disable (default) EMS: Enable History Info  [1] Enable = Enable [EnableHistoryInfo] User Agent Client (UAC) Behavior:  Initial request: The History-Info header is equal to the Request URI.

  • Page 266

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Use Tgrp Information Determines whether the SIP 'tgrp' parameter is used, which specifies EMS: Use SIP Tgrp Trunk Group to which the call belongs, according to RFC 4904. [UseSIPTgrp] For example: INVITE sip::+16305550100;tgrp=1;trunk- context=example.com@10.1.0.3;user=phone SIP/2.0 ...

  • Page 267

    SIP response header Server. If not configured, the default string [UserAgentDisplayInfo] 'AudioCodes product-name s/w-version' is used (e.g., User-Agent: Audiocodes-Sip-Gateway-Mediant 2000/v.5.40.010.006). When configured, the string 'UserAgentDisplayInfo s/w-version' is used (e.g., User-Agent: MyNewOEM/v.5.40.010.006). Note that the version number can't be modified.

  • Page 268

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Enable VoiceMail URI Enables or disables the interworking of target and cause for EMS: Enable VMURI redirection from Tel to IP and vice versa, according to RFC 4468. [EnableVMURI]  Disable = Disable (default). ...

  • Page 269

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Note: Regardless of the ForkingHandlingMode value, once a SIP 200 OK response is received, the device uses the RTP information and re-opens the voice stream, if necessary. Web/EMS: Enable Reason Enables or disables the usage of the SIP Reason header. Header ...

  • Page 270

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [ZeroSDPHandling] Determines the device's response to an incoming SDP that includes an IP address of 0.0.0.0 in the SDP message's Connection Information line (i.e., "c=IN IP4 0.0.0.0").  = Sets the IP address of the outgoing SDP's Connection Information line to 0.0.0.0 (default).

  • Page 271

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [HandleReasonHeader] Determines whether the device uses the value of the incoming SIP Reason header for Release Reason mapping.  Disregard Reason header in incoming SIP messages.  [1] Use the Reason header value for Release Reason mapping (default).

  • Page 272

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description message after a call is placed to PBX/PSTN over the trunk. [NumberOfActiveDialogs] Defines the maximum number of active SIP dialogs that are not call related (i.e., REGISTER and SUBSCRIBE). This parameter is used to control the Registration / Subscription rate.

  • Page 273

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [IgnoreAlertAfterEarlyMedia Determines the device's interworking of ALERT messages from PRI to SIP.  = Disabled (default).  [1] = Enabled. When enabled, if the device already sent a 183 response with an SDP included and an ALERT message is received from the Tel side (with or without Progress Indicator), the device does not send an additional 18x response and the voice channel remains open.

  • Page 274

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [EnableImmediateTrying] Determines if and when the device sends a 100 Trying response to an incoming INVITE request.  = 100 Trying response is sent upon receipt of Proceeding message from the PSTN.  [1] = 100 Trying response is sent immediately upon receipt of INVITE request (default).

  • Page 275

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description exists to send the call.  The IP Connectivity mechanism is enabled (using the parameter AltRoutingTel2IPEnable) and there is no connectivity to any destination IP address. Notes:  The Busy Out behavior varies between different protocol types. ...

  • Page 276

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description 2) Sends DTMF packets using RFC 2833 PT according to the PT in the received SDP. 3) Expects to receive RFC 2833 packets with the same PT as configured by the parameter RFC2833PayloadType. 4) Sends DTMF digits in transparent mode (as part of the voice stream).

  • Page 277

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Enable Digit Delivery to Enables the Digit Delivery feature, which sends DTMF digits of the called number to the device's B-channel (phone line) after the call is [EnableDigitDelivery] answered (i.e., line is off-hooked for FXS, or seized for FXO) for IP- to-Tel calls.

  • Page 278

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: SIP Media Realm Table EMS: Media Realm [CpMediaRealm] This ini file table parameter configures the SIP Media Realm table. The Media Realm table allows you to divide a Media-type interface (defined in the 'Multiple Interface' table) into several realms, where each realm is specified by a UDP port range.

  • Page 279

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: IP Group Table EMS: IP Group [IPGroup] This file table parameter configures the IP Group table. The format of this parameter is as follows: [IPGroup] FORMAT IPGroup_ Index = IPGroup_Type, IPGroup_Description, IPGroup_ProxySetId, IPGroup_SIPGroupName, IPGroup_ContactUser, IPGroup_EnableSurvivability, IPGroup_ServingIPGroup, IPGroup_SipReRoutingMode,...

  • Page 280: Proxy, Registration And Authentication Parameters, Table 6-30: Proxy, Registration And Authentication Sip Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.7.2 Proxy, Registration and Authentication Parameters The proxy server, registration and authentication SIP parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-30: Proxy, Registration and Authentication SIP Parameters Parameter Description Web: Account Table EMS: Account [Account] This ini file table parameter configures the Account table for...

  • Page 281

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web/EMS: Proxy Name Defines the Home Proxy Domain Name. If specified, the Proxy [ProxyName] Name is used as the Request-URI in REGISTER, INVITE, and other SIP messages, and as the host part of the To header in INVITE messages.

  • Page 282

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: SIP ReRouting Mode Determines the routing mode after a call redirection (i.e., a 3xx EMS: SIP Re-Routing Mode SIP response is received) or transfer (i.e., a SIP REFER [SIPReroutingMode] request is received).  Standard = INVITE messages that are generated as a...

  • Page 283

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description address defined in the Routing tables contains a domain name with port definition, the device performs a regular DNS A- record query. If a specific Transport Type is defined, a NAPTR query is not performed.

  • Page 284

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Graceful Busy Out Determines the timeout interval (in seconds) for Out of Service Timeout [sec] (OOS) graceful shutdown mode for busy trunks (per trunk) if [GracefulBusyOutTimeout] communication fails with a Proxy server (or Proxy Set). In...

  • Page 285

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web/EMS: Challenge Caching Determines the mode for Challenge Caching, which reduces Mode the number of SIP messages transmitted through the network. [SIPChallengeCachingMode] The first request to the Proxy is sent without authorization. The Proxy sends a 401/407 response with a challenge.

  • Page 286

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Proxy Set Table EMS: Proxy Set [ProxySet] This ini file table parameter configures the Proxy Set ID table. It is used in conjunction with the ini file table parameter ProxyIP, which defines the Proxy Set IDs with their IP addresses.

  • Page 287

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Registrar IP Address The IP address (or FQDN) and optionally, port number of the EMS: Registrar IP SIP Registrar server. The IP address is in dotted-decimal [RegistrarIP] notation, e.g., 201.10.8.1:<5080>. Notes: ...

  • Page 288

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Registration Retry Time Defines the time interval (in seconds) after which a [RegistrationRetryTime] Registration request is resent if registration fails with a 4xx response or if there is no response from the Proxy/Registrar server. The default is 30 seconds. The range is 10 to 3600.

  • Page 289

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Set Out-Of-Service On Enables setting a , trunk, or the entire device (i.e., all Registration Failure endpoints) to out-of-service if registration fails. [OOSOnRegistrationFail]  Disable = Disabled (default).  Enable = Enabled. If the registration is per Endpoint (i.e., AuthenticationMode is set to 0) or Account (refer to '' Configuring the Trunk Group...

  • Page 290: Profile Parameters, Table 6-31: Profile Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.7.3 Profile Parameters The profile parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-31: Profile Parameters Parameter Description Web: Coders Table This ini file table parameter defines the device's coders. This includes up EMS: Coders to five groups of coders (each group consisting of up to five coders) that...

  • Page 291

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description G.726 10, 20 16 [0], Dynamic Disable [0] [g726] (default), 30, 24 [1], (0-120) Enable [1] 40, 50, 60, 32 [2] 80, 100, 120 (default) 40 [3] Disable [0] GSM-FR 20 (default), Always Always [gsmFullRate]...

  • Page 292

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description  The device always uses the packetization time requested by the remote side for sending RTP packets. If not specified, the packetization time is assigned the default value.  Only the packetization time of the first coder in the defined coder list is declared in INVITE / 200 OK SDP, even if multiple coders are defined.

  • Page 293

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description For example: IPProfile 0 = Sevilia, 1, 1, 0, 10, 10, 46, 40, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0, -1, 1, 0, 0, -1, 1, -1, -1, 1, 1, 0, 0, , -1, 4294967295, 0; Notes: ...

  • Page 294

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Tel Profile Settings Table EMS: Telephony Profile [TelProfile] This ini file table parameter configures the Tel Profile table. Each Tel Profile ID includes a set of parameters (which are typically configured separately using their individual, "global" parameters). You can assign...

  • Page 295: Voice Mail Parameters, Table 6-32: Voice Mail Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  For a description of using ini file table parameters, refer to ''Format of ini File Table Parameters'' on page 6.7.4 Voice Mail Parameters The voice mail parameters are described in the table below. For detailed information on the Voice Mail application, refer to the CPE Configuration Guide for Voice Mail.

  • Page 296

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: SMDI Timeout Determines the time (in msec) that the device waits for an [SMDITimeOut] SMDI Call Status message before or after a SETUP message is received. This parameter synchronizes the SMDI and analog CAS interfaces.

  • Page 297

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Forward on Busy Digit Pattern Determines the digit pattern used by the PBX to indicate (External) 'call forward on busy' when the original call is received EMS: VM Digit Pattern On Busy External from an external line (not an internal extension).

  • Page 298: Supplementary Services Parameters, Caller Id Parameters, Table 6-33: Caller Id Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Supplementary Services Parameters This subsection describes the device's supplementary telephony services parameters. 6.8.1 Caller ID Parameters The caller ID parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-33: Caller ID Parameters Parameter Description Web: Asserted Identity Determines whether P-Asserted-Identity or P-Preferred-Identity is used Mode in the generated INVITE request for Caller ID (or privacy).

  • Page 299: Call Waiting Parameters, Call Forwarding Parameters, Table 6-34: Call Waiting Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.8.2 Call Waiting Parameters The call waiting parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-34: Call Waiting Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Enable Call Determines whether Call Waiting is enabled. Waiting  Disable = Disable the Call Waiting service. [EnableCallWaiting] ...

  • Page 300: Call Hold Parameters, Call Transfer Parameters, Table 6-36: Call Hold Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.8.4 Call Hold Parameters The call hold parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-36: Call Hold Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Enable Hold Enables interworking of the Hold/Retrieve supplementary service from [EnableHold] PRI to SIP.  Disable.

  • Page 301

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Transfer Prefix Defines the string that is added as a prefix to the EMS: Logical Prefix For Transferred transferred/forwarded called number when the REFER/3xx Call message is received. [xferPrefix] Notes: ...

  • Page 302: Mlpp Parameters, Table 6-38: Mlpp Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description EMS: Blind Transfer Disconnect Defines the duration (in milliseconds) for which the device Timeout waits for a disconnection from the Tel side after the Blind [BlindTransferDisconnectTimeout] Transfer Code (KeyBlindTransfer) has been identified. When this timer expires, a SIP REFER message is sent toward the IP side.

  • Page 303

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: MLPP DiffServ Defines the DiffServ value (differentiated services code EMS: Diff Serv point/DSCP) used in IP packets containing SIP messages that [MLPPDiffserv] are related to MLPP calls. This parameter defines DiffServ for incoming and outgoing MLPP calls with the Resource Priority header.

  • Page 304

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Multiple Differentiated Services Code Points (DSCP) per MLPP Call Priority Level (Precedence) Parameters The MLPP service allows placement of priority calls, where properly validated users can preempt (terminate) lower-priority phone calls with higher-priority calls. For each MLPP call priority level, the DSCP can be set to a value from 0 to 63.

  • Page 305: Standalone Survivability Parameters, Table 6-39: Sas Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description WebEMS: RTP DSCP for MLPP Defines the RTP DSCP for MLPP Flash-Override-Override Flash-Override-Override precedence call level. [MLPPFlashOverOverRTPDSCP] The valid range is -1 to 63. The default is -1. Note: If set to -1, the DiffServ value is taken from the global parameter PremiumServiceClassMediaDiffServ or as defined for IP Profiles per call (using the parameter IPProfile).

  • Page 306

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: SAS Local SIP TLS Port Local TLS port used to send/receive SIP messages for the SAS EMS: Local SIP TLS Port application. The SIP entities in the local network need to send the [SASLocalSIPTLSPort] registration requests to this port. When forwarding the requests to the proxy ('Normal Mode'), this port serves as the source port.

  • Page 307

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: SAS Emergency Numbers Defines emergency numbers for the device's SAS application. [SASEmergencyNumbers] When the device's SAS agent receives a SIP INVITE (from an IP phone) that includes one of the emergency numbers (in the SIP user part), it forwards the INVITE to the default gateway (configured by the parameter SASDefaultGatewayIP), i.e., the device itself, which sends the call directly to the PSTN.

  • Page 308

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: SAS IP-to-IP Routing Table [IP2IPRouting] This ini file table parameter configures the IP-to-IP Routing table for SAS routing when in Emergency SAS mode. The format of this parameter is as follows: [IP2IPRouting] FORMAT IP2IPRouting_Index = IP2IPRouting_SrcIPGroupID,...

  • Page 309: Media Server Parameters, Table 6-40: Media Server Ini File Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.10 Media Server Parameters The media processing-related ini file configuration parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-40: Media Server ini File Parameters Parameter Description Web: Number of Media This parameter also determines the number of DSP channels Channels allocated for IP-to-IP sessions (other DSP channels can be used EMS: Media Channels...

  • Page 310

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description  20 = 11.00 dB/sec  21 = 12.00 dB/sec  22 = 13.00 dB/sec  23 = 14.00 dB/sec  24 = 15.00 dB/sec  25 = 20.00 dB/sec  26 = 25.00 dB/sec ...

  • Page 311

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description EMS: Time Out Timeout (in msec) between receiving CONNECT messages from [AMDTimeout] the ISDN and sending AMD results. The valid range is 1 to 30,000. The default is 2,000 (i.e., 2 seconds).

  • Page 312: Pstn Parameters, General Parameters, Table 6-41: General Pstn Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.11 PSTN Parameters This subsection describes the device's PSTN parameters. 6.11.1 General Parameters The general PSTN parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-41: General PSTN Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Protocol Type Defines the PSTN protocol for a the Trunks. To configure the...

  • Page 313

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [ProtocolType_x] Same as the description for parameter ProtocolType, but for a specific trunk ID (where x denotes the Trunk ID and 0 is the first trunk). Web/EMS: Trace Level Defines the trace level: [TraceLevel] ...

  • Page 314

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [ClockMaster_x] Same as the description for parameter ClockMaster, but for a specific Trunk ID (where x denotes the Trunk ID and 0 is the first Trunk). Web/EMS: Line Code Selects B8ZS or AMI for T1 spans, and HDB3 or AMI for E1 spans.

  • Page 315: Tdm Bus And Clock Timing Parameters, Table 6-42: Tdm Bus And Clock Timing Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.11.2 TDM Bus and Clock Timing Parameters The TDM Bus parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-42: TDM Bus and Clock Timing Parameters Parameter Description TDM Bus Parameters Web/EMS: PCM Law Select Determines the type of PCM companding law in [PCMLawSelect] input/output TDM bus.

  • Page 316

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: TDM Bus Enable Fallback Defines the automatic fallback of the clock. [TDMBusEnableFallback]  Manual (default)  Auto Non-Revertive  Auto Revertive Web: TDM Bus Fallback Clock Source Selects the fallback clock source on which the device EMS: TDM Bus Fallback Clock synchronizes in the event of a clock failure.

  • Page 317

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: TDM Bus PSTN Auto Clock Reverting Enables or disables the PSTN trunk Auto-Fallback EMS: TDM Bus Auto Fall Back Reverting Reverting feature. If enabled and a trunk returning to Enable service has an AutoClockTrunkPriority parameter [TDMBusPSTNAutoClockRevertingEnable] value that is higher than the priority of the local...

  • Page 318: Cas Parameters, Table 6-43: Cas Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.11.3 CAS Parameters The Common Channel Associated (CAS) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-43: CAS Parameters Parameter Description Web: CAS Table Defines the CAS protocol per trunk (where x denotes the trunk ID) EMS: Trunk CAS Table Index...

  • Page 319: Isdn Parameters, Table 6-44: Isdn Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.11.4 ISDN Parameters The ISDN parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-44: ISDN Parameters Parameter Description Web: ISDN Termination Side Selects the ISDN termination side. EMS: Termination Side  [0] User side = ISDN User Termination Equipment (TE) side [TerminationSide] (default) ...

  • Page 320

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: D-channel Defines primary, backup (optional), and B-channels only, per trunk Configuration (where x represents the Trunk ID). [DChConfig_x]  [0] PRIMARY= Primary Trunk (default) - contains a D-channel that is used for signaling.  [1] BACKUP = Backup Trunk - contains a backup D-channel that is used if the primary D-channel fails.

  • Page 321

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description equipment is not ISDN. ISDN Flexible Behavior Parameters ISDN protocol is implemented in different switches/PBXs by different vendors. Several implementations may vary slightly from the specification. Therefore, to provide a flexible interface that supports these ISDN variants, the ISDN behavior parameters can be used.

  • Page 322

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Q.931 Layer Bit-field used to determine several behavior options that influence Response Behavior the behaviour of the Q.931 protocol. To select the options, click the [ISDNIBehavior] arrow button, and then for each required option, select 1 to enable.

  • Page 323

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  [67108864] NS ACCEPT ANY CAUSE = Accept any Q.850 cause from ISDN. Note: This value is applicable only to Euro ISDN.  [1073741824] NS QSI ENCODE INTEGER = If this bit is set, INTEGER ASN.1 type is used in operator coding (compliant to new ECMA standards);...

  • Page 324

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description starting from the lowest available B-channel id.  [1024] CHAN ALLOC HIGHEST = CC allocates B-channels starting from the highest available B-channel id. Note: When using the ini file to configure the device to support several ISDNGeneralCCBehavior features, add the individual feature values.

  • Page 325: Isdn And Cas Interworking Parameters, Table 6-45: Isdn And Cas Interworking Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [ISDNOutCallsBehavior_x] Same as the description for parameter ISDNOutCallsBehavior, but for a specific trunk ID. 6.12 ISDN and CAS Interworking Parameters The ISDN- and CAS interworking parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-45: ISDN and CAS Interworking Parameters Parameter Description...

  • Page 326

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Enable QSIG Tunneling Enables QSIG tunneling-over-SIP according to <draft-elwell- [EnableQSIGTunneling] sipping-qsig-tunnel-03>.  Disable = Disable (default).  Enable = Enable QSIG tunneling from QSIG to SIP and vice versa. When QSIG tunneling is enabled, all QSIG messages are sent as raw data in corresponding SIP messages using a dedicated message body.

  • Page 327

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description device configured with CAS to play an RBT (unless SIP183Behaviour is set to 1). The device configured with ISDN protocol type operates according to the parameter LocalISDNRBSource:  If the device receives a 180 Ringing response (with or without SDP) and LocalISDNRBSource is set to 1, it plays an RBT and sends an Alert with PI = 8 (unless the parameter ProgressIndicator2ISDN_ID is...

  • Page 328

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description LocalISDNRBSource is set to 1. Web: Digital Out-Of-Service Determines the method for setting digital trunks to Out-Of- Behavior Service state per trunk. EMS: Digital OOS Behavior For  [-1] Not Configured = Use the settings of the Trunk Value DigitalOOSBehavior parameter for per device (default).

  • Page 329

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  To determine the method for setting Out-Of-Service state per trunk, use the parameter DigitalOOSBehaviorForTrunk_ID. Web: Default Cause Mapping From Defines a single default ISDN release cause that is used (in ISDN to SIP ISDN-to-IP calls) instead of all received release causes, [DefaultCauseMapISDN2IP]...

  • Page 330

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description For example: CauseMapSIP2ISDN 0 = 480,50; CauseMapSIP2ISDN 0 = 404,3; When a SIP response is received (from the IP side), the device searches this mapping table for a match. If the SIP response is found, the Q.850 Release Cause assigned to it is sent to the PSTN.

  • Page 331

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web/EMS: Remove CLI when Determines (for IP-to-Tel calls) whether the Calling Number Restricted and Calling Name IEs are removed from the ISDN SETUP [RemoveCLIWhenRestricted] message if the presentation is set to Restricted. ...

  • Page 332

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Local ISDN Ringback Tone Determines whether Ringback tone is played to the ISDN by Source the PBX / PSTN or by the device. EMS: Local ISDN RB Source  PBX = PBX / PSTN (default).

  • Page 333

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: ISDN Transfer On Connect This parameter is used for the ECT/TBCT/RLT/Path EMS: Send ISDN Transfer On Replacement ISDN transfer methods. Usually, the device Connect requests the PBX to connect an incoming and outgoing call. [SendISDNTransferOnConnect] This parameter determines if the outgoing call (from the device to the PBX) must be connected before the transfer is...

  • Page 334

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description these values are mapped to the outgoing SIP INVITE message's ‘isub’ parameter in accordance with RFC 4715. Web: Enable Hold to ISDN Enables interworking of the Hold/Retrieve supplementary EMS: Enable Hold 2 ISDN service from SIP to PRI.

  • Page 335

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description EMS: Enable CIC Determines whether Carrier Identification Code (CIC) is [EnableCIC] relayed to ISDN.  = Do not relay the Carrier Identification Code (CIC) to ISDN (default).  = CIC is relayed to the ISDN in Transit Network Selection (TNS) IE.

  • Page 336

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Trunk Groups to Send IE Defines Trunk Group IDs (up to 50 characters) from where the EMS: List Of Trunk Groups To Send optional ISDN IE (defined by the parameter AddIEinSetup) is sent. [SendIEonTG] For example: '1,2,4,10,12,6'.

  • Page 337

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description [ISDNJapanNTTTimerT3JA] T3_JA timer (in seconds). This parameter overrides the internal PSTN T301 timeout on the Users Side (TE side). If an outgoing call from the device to ISDN is not answered during this timeout, the call is released.

  • Page 338

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description The valid values of this parameter are described below:  = Not supported (default).  [1] = Supports CAS NFA DMS-100 transfer. When a SIP REFER message is received, the device performs a Blind Transfer by executing a CAS Wink, waits for an acknowledged Wink from the remote side, dials the Refer- to number to the switch, and then releases the call.

  • Page 339

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description After completing the in-band transfer, the device waits for the ISDN Disconnect message. If the Disconnect message is received during the first 5 seconds, the device sends a SIP NOTIFY with 200 OK message; otherwise, the device sends a NOTIFY with 4xx message.

  • Page 340

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Generate Inter Digit Time Generates digit off-time (in msec). [CasStateMachineGenerateInterDi The value must be a positive value. The default value is -1. gitTime] Web: DTMF Max Detection Time Detects digit maximum on time (according to DSP detection [CasStateMachineDTMFMaxOnDe information event) in msec units.

  • Page 341: Call Disconnect Parameters, Table 6-46: Call Disconnect Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Content-Length: 17 event flashhook Note: This parameter is applicable only to T1 CAS protocols. 6.13 Call Disconnect Parameters The call disconnect supervision parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-46: Call Disconnect Parameters Parameter Description Web: Send Digit Pattern on Connect...

  • Page 342

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Disconnect Call on Silence Determines whether calls are disconnected after detection Detection of silence. EMS: Disconnect On Detection Of  Yes = The device disconnects calls in which silence Silence occurs (in both call directions) for more than a user- [EnableSilenceDisconnect] defined time.

  • Page 343

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Trunk Alarm Call Disconnect Time in seconds to wait (in seconds) after an E1/T1 trunk Timeout "red" alarm (LOS/LOF) is raised before the device [TrunkAlarmCallDisconnectTimeout] disconnects the SIP call. Once this user-defined time elapses, the device sends a SIP BYE message to terminate the call.

  • Page 344: Tone Parameters, Telephony Tone Parameters, Table 6-47: Tone Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.14 Tone Parameters This subsection describes the device's tone parameters. 6.14.1 Telephony Tone Parameters The telephony tone parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-47: Tone Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Dial Tone Duration Duration (in seconds) that the dial tone is played...

  • Page 345

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Play Ringback Tone to IP Determines whether or not the device plays a ringback tone (RBT) EMS: Play Ring Back Tone To to the IP side for IP-to-Tel calls.  Don't Play = Ringback tone isn't played (default).

  • Page 346: Tone Detection Parameters, Table 6-48: Tone Detection Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.14.2 Tone Detection Parameters The signal tone detection parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-48: Tone Detection Parameters Parameter Description Web: Answer Supervision Enables sending of 200 OK upon detection of speech, fax, or EMS: Enable Voice Detection modem.

  • Page 347

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description SITQ850Cause, which determines the Q.850 cause value specified in the Reason header that is included in a 4xx response when a SIT tone is detected on an IP-to-Tel call. To disconnect IP-to-CAS calls when a SIT tone is detected, the following parameters must be configured: ...

  • Page 348: Number Manipulation And Routing Parameters, Routing Parameters, Table 6-49: Routing Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Signal=16 Where 16 is the DTMF code for hook flash Notes:  The RFC 2833 [4] option is currently not supported.  The device can interwork DTMF HookFlashCode to SIP INFO messages with Hook Flash indication.

  • Page 349

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Trunk Group Settings Table EMS: SIP Routing > Hunt Group [TrunkGroupSettings] This ini file table parameter defines rules for port allocation per Trunk Group. If no rule exists, the global rule defined by the parameter ChannelSelectMode takes effect.

  • Page 350

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description device's port according to the called number. If the called number isn't found, it then selects the next available channel in ascending cyclic order. Note that if the called number is found, but the port associated with this number is busy, the call is released.

  • Page 351

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web/EMS: Use Display Name as Determines the use of Source Number and Display Name for IP- Source Number to-Tel calls. [UseDisplayNameAsSourceNu  No = If IP Display Name is received, the IP Source mber] Number is used as the Tel Source Number and the IP Display Name is used as the Tel Display Name.

  • Page 352

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Tel to IP Routing Table EMS: SIP Routing > Tel to IP [Prefix] This ini file table parameter configures the 'Tel to IP Routing' table for routing Tel-to-IP calls and the 'Outbound IP Routing' table for IP-to-IP calls .

  • Page 353

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description a different Trunk Group. The second entry functions as an alternative selection if the first rule fails as a result of one of the release reasons listed in the AltRouteCauseIP2Tel table. ...

  • Page 354

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Filter Calls to IP Enables filtering of Tel-to-IP calls when a Proxy is used (i.e., [FilterCalls2IP] IsProxyUsed parameter is set to 1 - refer to '' Configuring Proxy and Registration Parameters'' on page  Don't Filter = device doesn't filter calls when using a Proxy.

  • Page 355: Alternative Routing Parameters, Table 6-50: Alternative Routing Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.15.2 Alternative Routing Parameters The alternative routing parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-50: Alternative Routing Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: Redundant Routing Determines the type of redundant routing mechanism to Mode implement when a call can’t be completed using the main [RedundantRoutingMode] route.

  • Page 356

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description 2 or 3. Web: Alt Routing Tel to IP Determines the method used by the device for periodically Connectivity Method querying the connectivity status of a destination IP address. EMS: Alternative Routing  ICMP Ping (default) = Internet Control Message Protocol Telephone to IP Connection (ICMP) ping messages.

  • Page 357

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Notes:  This parameter can include up to 5 indices.  The reasons for alternative routing for Tel-to-IP calls only apply when a Proxy is not used.  When there is no response to an INVITE message (after INVITE retransmissions), the device issues an internal 408 'No Response' implicit release reason.

  • Page 358: Number Manipulation Parameters, Table 6-51: Number Manipulation Parameters

    Mediant 2000 6.15.3 Number Manipulation Parameters The number manipulation parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-51: Number Manipulation Parameters Parameter Description Web: Copy Destination Number to Determines whether the device copies the received ISDN Redirect Number called number to the outgoing SIP Diversion header for...

  • Page 359

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Phone-Context parameter appears in the standard SIP headers where a phone number is used (Request-URI, To, From, Diversion) The format for this parameter is as follows: [PhoneContext] FORMAT PhoneContext_Index = PhoneContext_Npi, PhoneContext_Ton, PhoneContext_Context [\PhoneContext] For example:...

  • Page 360

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web/EMS: Add Trunk Group ID as Determines whether the device adds the Trunk Group ID Prefix to Source (from where the call originated) as the prefix to the calling [AddTrunkGroupAsPrefixToSource] number (i.e. source number).  No (default) ...

  • Page 361

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Notes:  Applicable only if number manipulation is performed after call routing for IP-to-Tel calls (i.e., RouteModeIP2Tel parameter is set to 0).  Similar operation (of removing the prefix) is also achieved by using the usual number manipulation rules.

  • Page 362

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Number Manipulation Tables Web: Destination Phone Number This file table parameter manipulates the destination Manipulation Table for Tel to IP Calls number of Tel-to-IP calls. The format of this parameter is EMS: SIP Manipulations > Destination...

  • Page 363

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Destination IP to Telcom as follows: [NumberMapIP2Tel] [NumberMapIp2Tel] FORMAT NumberMapIp2Tel_Index = NumberMapIp2Tel_DestinationPrefix, NumberMapIp2Tel_SourcePrefix, NumberMapIp2Tel_SourceAddress, NumberMapIp2Tel_NumberType, NumberMapIp2Tel_NumberPlan, NumberMapIp2Tel_RemoveFromLeft, NumberMapIp2Tel_RemoveFromRight, NumberMapIp2Tel_LeaveFromRight, NumberMapIp2Tel_Prefix2Add, NumberMapIp2Tel_Suffix2Add, NumberMapIp2Tel_IsPresentationRestricted [\NumberMapIp2Tel] For example: [NumberMapIp2Tel] NumberMapIp2Tel 0 = 01,034,10.13.77.8,$$,0,$$,2,$$,667,$$; NumberMapIp2Tel 1 = 10,10,1.1.1.1,255,255,3,0,5,100,$$,255;...

  • Page 364

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Source Phone Number This file table parameter manipulates the source phone Manipulation Table for Tel to IP Calls number for Tel-to-IP calls. The format of this parameter is EMS: SIP Manipulations > Source as follows:...

  • Page 365

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description This file table parameter manipulates the source Web: Source Phone Number Manipulation Table for IP to Tel Calls number for IP-to-Tel calls. The format of this parameter is EMS: EMS: SIP Manipulations > as follows: Source IP to Telcom [SourceNumberMapIp2Tel]...

  • Page 366

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description For ETSI ISDN variant, the following Number Plan and Type combinations (Plan/Type) are supported in the Destination and Source Manipulation tables:  0,0 = Unknown, Unknown  9,0 = Private, Unknown  9,1 = Private, Level 2 Regional ...

  • Page 367: Channel Parameters, General Parameters, Table 6-52: General Channel Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.16 Channel Parameters This subsection describes the device's channel parameters. 6.16.1 General Parameters The general channel parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-52: General Channel Parameters Parameter Description Web: Max Number of Active Defines the maximum number of simultaneous active calls Calls supported by the device.

  • Page 368: Voice Parameters, Table 6-53: Voice Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Reanswer Time Determines the time period the device waits for an MFC R2 EMS: Regret Time Resume (Reanswer) signal once a Suspend (Clear back) signal is [RegretTime] received from the PBX. If this timer expires, the call is released.

  • Page 369

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description  [2] Enable without Adaptation = A single silence packet is sent during a silence period (applicable only to G.729). Note: If the selected coder is G.729, the value of the 'annexb' parameter of the fmtp attribute in the SDP is determined by the following rules: ...

  • Page 370: Coder Parameters, Table 6-54: Coder Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [EchoCancellerAggressiveNLP] Enables or disables the Aggressive NLP at the first 0.5 second of the call. When enabled, the echo is removed only in the first half a second of the incoming IP signal.  = Disable (default) ...

  • Page 371

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description EMS: VBR Coder DTX Max Defines the maximum gap between two SID frames when using [EVRCDTXMax] the EVRC voice activity detector. Units are in EVRC frame size (20 msec). The range is 0 to 20000. The default value is 32. Note: Supported for EVRC and EVRC-B coders.

  • Page 372: Fax And Modem Parameters, Table 6-55: Fax And Modem Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description EMS: AMR Coder Header Determines the format of the AMR header. Format  [0] = Non-standard multiple frames packing in a single RTP [AMRCoderHeaderFormat] frame. Each frame has a CMR and TOC header.  [1] = Reserved.

  • Page 373

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: Fax Relay ECM Enable Determines whether the Error Correction Mode (ECM) mode EMS: Relay ECM Enable is used during fax relay. [FaxRelayECMEnable]  Disable = ECM mode is not used during fax relay. ...

  • Page 374

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [FaxModemNTEMode] Determines whether the device sends RFC 2833 ANS/ANSam events upon detection of fax and/or modem answer tones (i.e., CED tone).  = Disabled (default).  [1] = Enabled. Note: This parameter is applicable only when the fax or modem transport type is set to bypass or Transparent-with- Events.

  • Page 375

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description EMS: NTE Max Duration Maximum time for sending Named Telephony Events (NTEs) [NTEMaxDuration] to the IP side, regardless of the time range when the TDM signal is detected. The range is -1 to 200,000,000 msec (i.e., 55 hours). The default is -1 (i.e., NTE stops only upon detection of an End event).

  • Page 376

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description 100. In NSE bypass mode, the device starts using G.711 A-Law (default) or G.711µ-Law according to the parameter FaxModemBypassCoderType. The payload type used with these G.711 coders is a standard one (8 for G.711 A-Law and 0 for G.711 µ...

  • Page 377: Dtmf Parameters, Table 6-56: Dtmf Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.16.5 DTMF Parameters The Dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-56: DTMF Parameters Parameter Description Web/EMS: DTMF Transport Determines the DTMF transport type. Type  DTMF Mute = Erases digits from voice stream and doesn't [DTMFTransportType] relay to remote.

  • Page 378: Rtp, Rtcp And T.38 Parameters, Table 6-57: Rtp/rtcp And T.38 Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description EMS: Tx DTMF Relay Hang Defines the Voice Silence time (in msec) after detecting the end of Over Time (msec) DTMF or MF digits at the Tel / PSTN side when the DTMF [TxDTMFHangOverTime] Transport Type is either Relay or Mute.

  • Page 379

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description configured by the parameter RFC2198PayloadType. a=rtpmap:<PT> RED/8000 Where <PT> is the payload type as defined by RFC2198PayloadType. The device sends the INVITE message with "a=rtpmap:<PT> RED/8000" and responds with a 18x/200 OK and "a=rtpmap:<PT> RED/8000" in the SDP.

  • Page 380

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [EnableDetectRemoteMACChange] Changes the RTP packets according to the MAC address of received RTP packets and according to Gratuitous Address Resolution Protocol (GARP) messages.  = Nothing is changed.  = If the device receives RTP packets with a different...

  • Page 381

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Web: RTP Multiplexing Remote UDP Determines the remote UDP port to where the multiplexed Port RTP packets are sent, and the local UDP port used for [L1L1ComplexRxUDPPort] incoming multiplexed RTP packets (applies to RTP multiplexing).

  • Page 382

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: R-Value Delay Threshold Voice quality monitoring - end of call low quality alert EMS: End of Call Rval Delay threshold. if set to -1 (default), no alerts are issued. Threshold [VQMonEOCRValTHR] Web: RTCP Packet Interval...

  • Page 383: Digit Collection And Dial Plan Parameters, Table 6-58: Digit Collection And Dial Plan Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.16.7 Digit Collection and Dial Plan Parameters The digit collection and dial plan parameters are described in the table below. Table 6-58: Digit Collection and Dial Plan Parameters Parameter Description Web: Dial Plan Index Determines which dial plan index to use in the external Dial Plan [DialPlanIndex] file.

  • Page 384

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description  If the parameter DialPlanIndex is configured (to select a dial plan index), then the parameter DigitMapping is ignored.  For a detailed description of the digit mapping, refer to ''Digit Mapping'' on page Web: Max Digits in Phone...

  • Page 385: Auxiliary And Configuration Files Parameters, Auxiliary/configuration File Name Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference 6.17 Auxiliary and Configuration Files Parameters This subsection describes the device's auxiliary and configuration files parameters. 6.17.1 Auxiliary/Configuration File Name Parameters The configuration files (i.e., auxiliary files) can be loaded to the device using the Web interface or a TFTP session (refer to ''Loading Auxiliary Files'' on page 174).

  • Page 386: Automatic Update Parameters, Table 6-60: Automatic Update Of Software And Configuration Files Parameters

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description Web: Dial Plan The Dial Plan name (up to 11-character strings) that is used EMS: Dial Plan Name on a specific trunk (denoted by x). [CasTrunkDialPlanName_x] Web: Dial Plan File The name (and path) of the Dial Plan file (defining dial EMS: Dial Plan File Name plans).

  • Page 387

    SIP User's Manual 6. Configuration Parameters Reference Parameter Description Software/Configuration File URL Path for Automatic Update Parameters [CmpFileURL] Specifies the name of the cmp file and the location of the server (IP address or FQDN) from which the device loads a new cmp file and updates itself.

  • Page 388

    Mediant 2000 Parameter Description [TLSCertFileUrl] Specifies the name of the TLS certificate file and the location URL from where it's downloaded. Note: For this parameter to take effect, a device reset is required. [UserInfoFileURL] Specifies the name of the User Information file and the location of the server (IP address or FQDN) from which it is loaded.

  • Page 389: Default Settings, Defining Default Settings

    SIP User's Manual 7. Default Settings Default Settings You can restore the device's factory default settings or define your own user-defined default settings for the device. Defining Default Settings The device is shipped with factory default configuration values stored on its non-volatile memory (flash).

  • Page 390: Restoring Factory Defaults

    Mediant 2000 Restoring Factory Defaults You can restore all or most of the device's configuration settings to default settings:  Restoring parameters to default settings, except for the device's IP address and Web interface's login user name and password: Load to the device an empty ini file (without any parameters or only with a semicolon (;) preceding all lines).

  • Page 391: Auxiliary Configuration Files, Call Progress Tones File

    SIP User's Manual 8. Auxiliary Configuration Files Auxiliary Configuration Files This section describes the auxiliary files that can be loaded (in addition to the ini file) to the device.  Call Progress Tones (refer to ''Call Progress Tones File'' on page ...

  • Page 392

    Mediant 2000 Burst: A single sound followed by silence. Only the 'First Signal On time' and 'First Signal Off time' should be specified. All other on and off periods must be set to zero. The burst tone is detected after the off time is completed.

  • Page 393

    SIP User's Manual 8. Auxiliary Configuration Files • Second Signal Off Time [10 msec]: 'Signal Off' period (in 10 msec units) for the second cadence on-off cycle. Can be omitted if there isn't a second cadence. • Third Signal On Time [10 msec]: 'Signal On' period (in 10 msec units) for the third cadence ON-OFF cycle.

  • Page 394: Prerecorded Tones File, Cas Files

    Mediant 2000 Prerecorded Tones File The Call Progress Tones (CPT) mechanism has several limitations such as a limited number of predefined tones and a limited number of frequency integrations in one tone. To overcome these limitations and provide tone generation capability that is more flexible, the Prerecorded Tones (PRT) file can be used.

  • Page 395: Dial Plan File

    SIP User's Manual 8. Auxiliary Configuration Files Dial Plan File The Dial Plan file contains a list of up to eight dial plans, supporting a total of up to 8,000 user-defined, distinct prefixes (e.g. area codes, international telephone number patterns) for the PSTN to which the device is connected, which is used for the following: ...

  • Page 396

    Mediant 2000 An example of a Dial Plan file in ini-file format (i.e., before converted to *.dat) that contains two dial plans is shown below: ; Example of dial-plan configuration. ; This file contains two dial plans: [ PLAN1 ] ;...

  • Page 397: User Information File, Figure 8-1: Example Of A User Information File

    SIP User's Manual 8. Auxiliary Configuration Files User Information File The User Information file is a text file that maps PBX extensions connected to the device to global IP numbers. In this context, a global IP phone number (alphanumerical) serves as a routing identifier for calls in the 'IP world'.

  • Page 398

    Mediant 2000 The User Information file can be loaded to the device by using one of the following methods:  ini file, using the parameter UserInfoFileName (described in ''Auxiliary / Configuration Files Parameters'' on page  Web interface (refer to ''Loading Auxiliary Files'' on page ...

  • Page 399: Ip Telephony Capabilities, Dialing Plan Features, Dialing Plan Notation For Routing And Manipulation

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities IP Telephony Capabilities This section describes the device's IP telephony capabilities. Dialing Plan Features This section discusses various dialing plan features offered by the device:  Dialing plan notations (refer to ''Dialing Plan Notation for Routing and Manipulation'' page ...

  • Page 400: Figure 9-1: Prefix To Add Field With Notation

    Mediant 2000 Notation Description Example Represents any single digit. Pound sign (#) Represents the end of a number. 54324xx#: represents a 7-digit number at the end of a that starts with 54324. number A single *: represents any number (i.e., all Represents any number.

  • Page 401: Digit Mapping, Table 9-2: Digit Map Pattern Notations

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities number, in the example, the number is changed to 8888888; 3) the prefix that was previously calculated is then added. 9.1.2 Digit Mapping Digit map pattern rules are used for Tel-to-IP ISDN overlap dialing. The device collects digits until a match is found in the user-defined digit pattern (e.g., for closed numbering schemes) or until a timer expires (e.g., for open numbering schemes).

  • Page 402: External Dial Plan File

    Mediant 2000 Below is an example of a digit map pattern containing eight rules: DigitMapping = 11xS|00[1- 7]xxx|8xxxxxxx|#xxxxxxx|*xx|91xxxxxxxxxx|9011x|x.T In the example above, the rule "00[1-7]xxx" denotes dialed numbers that begin with 00, and then any digit from 1 through 7, followed by three digits (of any number).

  • Page 403: Dial Plan Prefix Tags For Ip-to-tel Routing

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities An example of a Dial Plan file with indices (in ini-file format before conversion to binary *.dat) is shown below: [ PLAN1 ] ; Area codes 02, 03, - phone numbers include 7 digits. 02,7 03,7 ;...

  • Page 404: Figure 9-2: Configuring Dial Plan File Label For Ip-to-tel Routing

    Mediant 2000  To use Dial Plan file routing tags: Load an ini file to the device that selects the Dial Plan index (e.g., 1) for routing tags, as shown below: IP2TelTaggingDialPlanIndex = 1 Define the external Dial Plan file with two routing tags (as shown below): •...

  • Page 405: Ip-to-ip Routing Application, Stand-alone Survivability (sas) Feature

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities IP-to-IP Routing Application The AudioCodes device supports IP-to-IP VoIP call routing (or SIP trunking). The device enables Enterprises to seamlessly connect their IP-PBX to a SIP trunk provided by an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP). The Enterprise can communicate with the PSTN through the ITSP, which interfaces directly with PSTN.

  • Page 406: Configuring Sas, Figure 9-4: Sas Routing In Emergency Mode

    Mediant 2000 trunk(s) for PSTN connectivity. In this way, the Enterprise preserves its capability for internal and outgoing calls. The call routing rules for SAS in Emergency mode is configured in the 'IP2IP Routing Table' page (refer to '' SAS Routing Table'' on page ).

  • Page 407: Configuring Emergency Calls, Figure 9-5: Device's Sas Agent Redirecting Emergency Calls To Pstn

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities  SASLocalSIPUDPPort = (default 5080)  SASRegistrationTime = <expiration time that SAS returns in the 200 OK to REGISTER in Emergency mode> (default 20)  SASDefaultGatewayIP = < SAS gateway IP address>  SASProxySet = 1 ...

  • Page 408: Configuring Dtmf Transport Types

    Mediant 2000  SASRegistrationTime = <expiration time that SAS returns in the 200 OK to REGISTER in Emergency mode> (default 20)  SASDefaultGatewayIP = < SAS gateway IP address>  SASProxySet = 1 Configuring DTMF Transport Types You can control the way DTMF digits are transported over the IP network to the remote endpoint, by using one of the following modes: ...

  • Page 409

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities Sending DTMF digits (in RTP packets) as part of the audio stream (DTMF Relay is disabled): This method is typically used with G.711 coders; with other low-bit rate (LBR) coders, the quality of the DTMF digits is reduced. To enable this mode, define the following: •...

  • Page 410: Fax And Modem Capabilities, Fax/modem Operating Modes, Fax/modem Transport Modes

    Mediant 2000 Fax and Modem Capabilities This section describes the device's fax and modem capabilities, and includes the following main subsections:  Fax and modem operating modes (refer to ''Fax/Modem Operating Modes'' on page  Fax and modem transport modes (refer to ''Fax/Modem Transport Modes'' on page ...

  • Page 411: T.38 Fax Relay Mode

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities 9.5.2.1 T.38 Fax Relay Mode In Fax Relay mode, fax signals are transferred using the T.38 protocol. T.38 is an ITU standard for sending fax across IP networks in real-time mode. The device currently supports only the T.38 UDP syntax.

  • Page 412: Fax/modem Bypass Mode

    Mediant 2000 9.5.2.1.2 Automatically Switching to T.38 Mode without SIP Re-INVITE In the Automatically Switching to T.38 Mode without SIP Re-INVITE mode, when a fax signal is detected, the channel automatically switches from the current voice coder to answer tone mode, and then to T.38-compliant fax relay mode.

  • Page 413: Fax / Modem Nse Mode

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities  Additional configuration parameters: • FaxModemBypassCoderType • FaxBypassPayloadType • ModemBypassPayloadType • FaxModemBypassBasicRTPPacketInterval • FaxModemBypassDJBufMinDelay Note: When the device is configured for modem bypass and T.38 fax, V.21 low- speed modems are not supported and fail as a result. Tip: When the remote (non-AudioCodes’) gateway uses G711 coder for voice and doesn’t change the coder payload type for fax or modem transmission, it is...

  • Page 414: Fax / Modem Transparent Mode, Fax / Modem Transparent With Events Mode

    Mediant 2000  V21ModemTransportType = 2  V22ModemTransportType = 2  V23ModemTransportType = 2  V32ModemTransportType = 2  V34ModemTransportType = 2  BellModemTransportType = 2 9.5.2.4 Fax / Modem Transparent Mode In this mode, fax and modem signals are transferred using the current voice coder without notifications to the user and without automatic adaptations.

  • Page 415: G.711 Fax / Modem Transport Mode, Fax Fallback

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities  Jitter buffering optimizations To configure fax / modem transparent with events mode, perform the following configurations:  IsFaxUsed = 0  FaxTransportMode = 3  V21ModemTransportType = 3  V22ModemTransportType = 3 ...

  • Page 416: V.34 Fax Support, Using Bypass Mechanism For V.34 Fax Transmission

    Mediant 2000  Dynamic Jitter Buffer Minimum Delay = 40  Dynamic Jitter Buffer Optimization Factor = 13 When the device initiates a fax session using G.711, a ‘gpmd’ attribute is added to the SDP according to the following format: ...

  • Page 417: Using Relay Mode For Both T.30 And V.34 Faxes, V.152 Support

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities 9.5.3.2 Using Relay mode for both T.30 and V.34 faxes In this scenario, V.34 fax machines are forced to use their backward compatibility with T.30 faxes and operate in the slower T.30 mode. Use the following parameters to use T.38 mode for both V.34 faxes and T.30 faxes: ...

  • Page 418: Answer Machine Detector (amd), Table 9-3: Approximate Amd Detection Sensitivity (based On North American English)

    Mediant 2000 Answer Machine Detector (AMD) Answering Machine Detection can be useful in automatic dialing applications. In some of these applications, it is important to detect if a human voice or answering machine is answering the call. Answering Machine Detection can be activated and de-activated only after a channel is already open.

  • Page 419

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities Note: The device's AMD feature is based on voice detection for North American English. If you want to implement AMD in a different language or region, you must provide AudioCodes with a database of recorded voices in the language on which the device's AMD mechanism can base its voice detector algorithms for detecting these voices.

  • Page 420: Event Notification Using X-detect Header

    Mediant 2000 The device then detects the start of voice (i.e., the greeting message of the answering machine), and then sends the following to the Application server: INFO sip:sipp@172.22.2.9:5060 SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 172.22.168.249;branch=z9hG4bKac482466515 Max-Forwards: 70 From: sut <sip:3000@172.22.168.249:5060>;tag=1c419779142 To: sipp <sip:sipp@172.22.2.9:5060>;tag=1 Call-ID: 1-29753@172.22.2.9...

  • Page 421: Table 9-4: Supported X-detect Event Types

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities For supporting some events, certain device configurations need to be performed. The table below lists the support event types (and subtypes) and the corresponding device configurations, if required: Table 9-4: Supported X-Detect Event Types Events Type Subtype Required Configuration...

  • Page 422

    Mediant 2000 Content-Type: application/x-detect Content-Length: 28 Type= CPT SubType= SIT-IC The X-Detect event notification process is as follows: For IP-to-Tel or Tel-to-IP calls, the device receives a SIP request message (using the X-Detect header) that the remote party wishes to detect events on the media stream.

  • Page 423: Rtp Multiplexing (throughpacket), Dynamic Jitter Buffer Operation

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities RTP Multiplexing (ThroughPacket) The device supports a proprietary method to aggregate RTP streams from several channels to reduce the bandwidth overhead caused by the attached Ethernet, IP, UDP, and RTP headers, and to reduce the packet/data transmission rate. This option reduces the load on network routers and can typically save 50% (e.g., for G.723) on IP bandwidth.

  • Page 424: Configuring Alternative Routing (based On Connectivity And Qos), Alternative Routing Mechanism

    Mediant 2000 The default settings of 10 msec Minimum delay and 10 Optimization Factor should provide a good compromise between delay and error rate. The jitter buffer ‘holds’ incoming packets for 10 msec before making them available for decoding into voice. The coder polls frames from the buffer at regular intervals in order to produce continuous speech.

  • Page 425

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities Destination IP address is disallowed if no ping to the destination is available (ping is continuously initiated every seven seconds), when an inappropriate level of QoS was detected or when a DNS host name is not resolved. The QoS level is calculated according to delay or packet loss of previously ended calls.

  • Page 426: Determining The Availability Of Destination Ip Addresses

    Mediant 2000 9.10.2 Determining the Availability of Destination IP Addresses To determine the availability of each destination IP address (or host name) in the routing table, one (or all) of the following (configurable) methods are applied:  Connectivity: The destination IP address is queried periodically (currently only by ping).

  • Page 427: Supported Radius Attributes, Table 9-6: Supported Radius Attributes

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities 9.11 Supported RADIUS Attributes Use the following table for explanations on the RADIUS attributes contained in the communication packets transmitted between the device and a RADIUS Server. Table 9-6: Supported RADIUS Attributes Attribute Attribute Value Purpose...

  • Page 428

    Mediant 2000 Attribute Attribute Value Purpose Example Number Name Format H323- Disconnect time in NTP Stop Disconnect- String format Time H323- Q.931 disconnect cause Stop Disconnect- Numeric code Cause Start H323-Gw-ID Name of the gateway String SIPIDString Stop Start SIP-Call-ID...

  • Page 429

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities Attribute Attribute Value Purpose Example Number Name Format Packets received during the call Acct-Output- Number of packets sent Stop Numeric Packets during the call Start Physical port type of NAS-Port- device on which the call is String Type Asynchronous...

  • Page 430: Call Detail Record, Table 9-7: Supported Cdr Fields

    Mediant 2000 9.12 Call Detail Record The Call Detail Record (CDR) contains vital statistic information on calls made by the device. CDRs are generated at the end and (optionally) at the beginning of each call (determined by the parameter CDRReportLevel), and then sent to a Syslog server. The destination IP address for CDR logs is determined by the parameter CDRSyslogServerIP.

  • Page 431: Querying Device Channel Resources Using Sip Options

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities Field Name Description OutPackets Number of Outgoing Packets PackLoss Local Packet Loss RemotePackLoss Number of Outgoing Lost Packets UniqueId unique RTP ID SetupTime Call Setup Time ConnectTime Call Connect Time ReleaseTime Call Release Time RTPdelay RTP Delay RTPjitter...

  • Page 432: Working With Supplementary Services, Call Hold And Retrieve

    Mediant 2000 9.14 Working with Supplementary Services The device supports the following supplementary services:  Call Hold and Retrieve (refer to ''Call Hold and Retrieve'' on page  Call Transfer (refer to ''Call Transfer'' on page  Call Forward (refer to ''Call Forward'' on page ...

  • Page 433: Call Transfer, Call Forward

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities 9.14.2 Call Transfer There are two types of call transfers:  Consultation Transfer: The common way to perform a consultation transfer is as follows: In the transfer scenario there are three parties: Party A = transferring, Party B = transferred, Party C = transferred to.

  • Page 434: Proxy Or Registrar Registration Example, Mediant

    Mediant 2000 Three forms of forwarding parties are available:  Served party: party configured to forward the call (FXS device).  Originating party: party that initiated the first call (FXS or FXO device).  Diverted party: new destination of the forwarded call (FXS or FXO device).

  • Page 435: Sip Call Flow Example, Figure 9-6: Sip Call Flow

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities REGISTER messages are sent to the Registrar's IP address (if configured) or to the Proxy's IP address. A single message is sent once per device, or messages are sent per B-channel according to the parameter AuthenticationMode. There is also an option to configure registration mode per Trunk Group using the TrunkGroupSettings table.

  • Page 436

    F1 (10.8.201.108 >> 10.8.201.10 INVITE): INVITE sip:1000@10.8.201.10;user=phone SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.8.201.108;branch=z9hG4bKacsiJkDGd From: <sip:8000@10.8.201.108>;tag=1c5354 To: <sip:1000@10.8.201.10> Call-ID: 534366556655skKw-8000--1000@10.8.201.108 CSeq: 18153 INVITE Contact: <sip:8000@10.8.201.108;user=phone> User-Agent: Audiocodes-Sip-Gateway/Mediant 2000/v.5.40.010.006 Supported: 100rel,em Allow: REGISTER,OPTIONS,INVITE,ACK,CANCEL,BYE, NOTIFY,PRACK,REFER,INFO Content-Type: application/sdp Content-Length: 208 o=AudiocodesGW 18132 74003 IN IP4 10.8.201.108 s=Phone-Call c=IN IP4 10.8.201.108...

  • Page 437

    F4 (10.8.201.10 >> 10.8.201.108 200 OK): SIP/2.0 200 OK Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.8.201.108;branch=z9hG4bKacsiJkDGd From: <sip:8000@10.8.201.108>;tag=1c5354 To: <sip:1000@10.8.201.10>;tag=1c7345 Call-ID: 534366556655skKw-8000--1000@10.8.201.108 CSeq: 18153 INVITE Contact: <sip:1000@10.8.201.10;user=phone> Server: Audiocodes-Sip-Gateway/Mediant 2000/v.5.40.010.006 Supported: 100rel,em Allow: REGISTER,OPTIONS,INVITE,ACK,CANCEL,BYE, NOTIFY,PRACK,REFER,INFO Content-Type: application/sdp Content-Length: 206 o=AudiocodesGW 30221 87035 IN IP4 10.8.201.10 s=Phone-Call c=IN IP4 10.8.201.10...

  • Page 438: Sip Authentication Example

    Mediant 2000 To: <sip:1000@10.8.201.10>;tag=1c7345 Call-ID: 534366556655skKw-8000--1000@10.8.201.108 Server: Audiocodes-Sip-Gateway/Mediant 2000/v.5.40.010.006 CSeq: 18154 BYE Supported: 100rel,em Content-Length: 0 9.17 SIP Authentication Example The device supports basic and digest (MD5) authentication types, according to SIP RFC 3261 standard. A proxy server might require authentication before forwarding an INVITE message.

  • Page 439

    At this time, a new REGISTER request is issued with the following response: REGISTER sip:10.2.2.222 SIP/2.0 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.1.1.200 From: <sip: 122@10.1.1.200>;tag=1c23940 To: <sip: 122@10.1.1.200> Call-ID: 654982194@10.1.1.200 Server: Audiocodes-Sip-Gateway/Mediant 2000/v.5.40.010.006 CSeq: 1 REGISTER Contact: sip:122@10.1.1.200: Expires:3600 Authorization: Digest, username: 122, realm="audiocodes.com”, nonce="11432d6bce58ddf02e3b5e1c77c010d2",...

  • Page 440: Trunk-to-trunk Routing Example

    Mediant 2000 SIP/2.0 200 OK Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.1.1.200 From: <sip: 122@10.1.1.200>;tag=1c23940 To: <sip: 122@10.1.1.200> Call-ID: 654982194@10.1.1.200 Cseq: 1 REGISTER Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 09:34:42 GMT Server: Columbia-SIP-Server/1.17 Content-Length: 0 Contact: <sip:122@10.1.1.200>; expires="Thu, 26 Jul 2001 10:34:42 GMT"; action=proxy; q=1.00 Contact: <122@10.1.1.200:>;...

  • Page 441

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities • PSTNPrefix = 3,4 • PSTNPrefix = 4,4 At Device B , remove the first digit from each IP-to-PSTN number before it is used in an outgoing call: NumberMapIP2Tel = *,1. Version 5.8 October 2009...

  • Page 442: Sip Trunking Between Enterprise And Itsps

    Mediant 2000 9.19 SIP Trunking between Enterprise and ITSPs By implementing the device's enhanced and flexible routing configuration capabilities using Proxy Sets, IP Groups, and Accounts, you can "design" complex routing schemes. This section provides an example of an elaborate routing scheme for SIP trunking between an Enterprise's PBX and two Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSP), using AudioCodes' device.

  • Page 443: Figure 9-8: Configuring Proxy Set Id #1 In The Proxy Sets Table

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities  To configure call routing between an Enterprise and two ITSPs: Enable the device to register to a Proxy/Registrar server, using the parameter IsRegisterNeeded. In the 'Proxy Sets Table' page (refer to ''Configuring the Proxy Sets Table'' on page ), configure two Proxy Sets and for each, enable Proxy Keep-Alive (using SIP OPTIONS) and 'round robin' load-balancing method:...

  • Page 444: Figure 9-9: Configuring Ip Groups #1 And #2 In The Ip Group Table

    Mediant 2000 In the 'IP Group Table' page (refer to ''Configuring the IP Groups'' on page configure the two IP Groups #1 and #2. Assign Proxy Sets #1 and #2 to IP Groups #1 and #2 respectively. Figure 9-9: Configuring IP Groups #1 and #2 in the IP Group Table Page In the 'Trunk Group Table' page (refer to “Configuring the Trunk Group Table”...

  • Page 445: Figure 9-12: Configuring Accounts For Pbx Registration To Itsps In Account Table

    SIP User's Manual 9. IP Telephony Capabilities In the 'Account Table' page (refer to ''Configuring the Account Table'' on page configure the two Accounts for PBX trunk registration to ITSPs using the same Trunk Group (i.e., ID #1), but different serving IP Groups #1 and #2. For each account, define user name, password, and hostname, and ContactUser.

  • Page 446

    Mediant 2000 Reader’s Notes SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 447: Networking Capabilities, Ethernet Interface Configuration

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities Networking Capabilities 10.1 Ethernet Interface Configuration The device's Ethernet connection can be configured (using the ini file parameter EthernetPhyConfiguration) for one of the following modes:  Manual mode: • 10Base-T Half-Duplex or 10Base-T Full-Duplex •...

  • Page 448: Ethernet Interface Redundancy, Nat (network Address Translation) Support, Figure 10-1: Nat Functioning

    Mediant 2000 10.2 Ethernet Interface Redundancy The device supports an Ethernet redundancy scheme. At the beginning of the start-up procedure, the device tests whether the ‘primary’ Ethernet interface is connected, by checking the existence of the Ethernet link carrier. If it's connected, the start-up procedure commences as usual.

  • Page 449: Stun

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities The design of SIP creates a problem for VoIP traffic to pass through NAT. SIP uses IP addresses and port numbers in its message body and the NAT server can’t modify SIP messages and therefore, can’t change local to global addresses. Two different streams traverse through NAT: signaling and media.

  • Page 450: First Incoming Packet Mechanism, No-op Packets

    Mediant 2000  Use the ini file parameter NATBindingDefaultTimeout to define the default NAT binding lifetime in seconds. STUN is used to refresh the binding information after this time expires. Notes: • STUN only applies to UDP (it doesn’t support TCP and TLS).

  • Page 451: Ip Multicasting, Robust Receipt Of Rtp Streams, Multiple Routers Support, Simple Network Time Protocol Support

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.4 IP Multicasting The device supports IP Multicasting level 1 according to RFC 2236 (i.e., IGMP version 2) for RTP channels. The device is capable of transmitting and receiving Multicast packets. 10.5 Robust Receipt of RTP Streams This mechanism filters out unwanted RTP streams that are sent to the same port number on the device.

  • Page 452: Ip Qos Via Differentiated Services (diffserv), Network Configuration

    Mediant 2000 The NTP client follows a simple process in managing system time: the NTP client requests an NTP update, receives an NTP response, and then updates the local system clock based on a configured NTP server within the network.

  • Page 453: Multiple Network Interfaces And Vlans, Figure 10-2: Multiple Network Interfaces

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.9.1 Multiple Network Interfaces and VLANs A need often arises to have logically separated network segments for various applications (for administrative and security reasons). This can be achieved by employing Layer-2 VLANs and Layer 3 subnets. Figure 10-2: Multiple Network Interfaces This figure above depicts a typical configuration featuring in which the device is configured with three network interfaces for:...

  • Page 454: Overview Of Multiple Interface Table, Columns Of The Multiple Interface Table

    Mediant 2000 10.9.1.1 Overview of Multiple Interface Table The Multiple Interfaces scheme allows you to define up to 16 different IP addresses and VLANs in a table format, as shown below: Table 10-1: Multiple Interface Table Index Prefix Default VLAN...

  • Page 455: Table 10-2: Application Types

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.9.1.2.2 Application Types Column This column defines the types of applications that are allowed on this interface:  OAMP – Operations, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning applications such as Web, Telnet, SSH, SNMP  CONTROL – Call Control Protocols (i.e., SIP) ...

  • Page 456: Table 10-3: Configured Default Gateway Example, Table 10-4: Separate Routing Table Example

    Mediant 2000 Each interface must have its own address space. Two interfaces may not share the same address space, or even part of it. The IP address should be configured as a dotted-decimal notation. For IPv4 interfaces, the prefix length values range from 0 to 31.

  • Page 457: Other Related Parameters

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.9.1.2.7 Interface Name Column This column allows the configuration of a short string (up to 16 characters) to name this interface. This name is displayed in management interfaces (Web, CLI, and SNMP) and is used in the Media Realm table.

  • Page 458: Table 10-5: Quality Of Service Parameters

    Mediant 2000 10.9.1.3.4 Quality of Service Parameters The device allows you to specify values for Layer-2 and Layer-3 priorities, by assigning values to the following service classes:  Network Service class – network control traffic (ICMP, ARP)  Premium Media service class – used for RTP Media traffic ...

  • Page 459: Table 10-6: Traffic / Network Types And Priority

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities The mapping of an application to its CoS and traffic type is shown in the table below: Table 10-6: Traffic / Network Types and Priority Application Traffic / Network Types Class-of-Service (Priority) Debugging interface Management Bronze Telnet...

  • Page 460: Multiple Interface Table Configuration Summary And Guidelines, Table 10-7: Application Type Parameters

    Mediant 2000 10.9.1.3.5 Applications with Assignable Application Type Some applications can be associated with different application types in different setups. These application types are configurable. The applications listed below can be configured to one of two application types:  ...

  • Page 461

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities • One IPv4 interface with "Application Types" OAMP, one other or more IPv4 interfaces with "Application Types" CONTROL, and one or more IPv4 interfaces with "Application Types" MEDIA (with VLANs). • One IPv4 interface with "Application Types" OAMP & MEDIA, one other or more IPv4 interfaces with "Application Types"...

  • Page 462: Troubleshooting The Multiple Interface Table, Routing Table, Routing Table Overview, Table 10-8: Routing Table Layout

    Mediant 2000 10.9.1.5 Troubleshooting the Multiple Interface Table If any of the Multiple Interface table guidelines are violated, the device falls back to a "safe mode" configuration, consisting of a single IPv4 interface and no VLANs. For more information on validation failures, consult the Syslog messages.

  • Page 463: Routing Table Columns, Figure 10-3: Prefix Length And Subnet Masks Columns

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.9.2.2 Routing Table Columns Each row of the Routing table defines a routing rule. Traffic destined to the subnet specified in the routing rule is re-directed to a specified gateway, reachable through a specified interface.

  • Page 464: Routing Table Configuration Summary And Guidelines, Figure 10-4: Interface Column

    Mediant 2000 10.9.2.2.4 Interface Column This column defines the interface index (in the Multiple Interface table) from which the gateway address is reached. Figure 10-4: Interface Column 10.9.2.2.5 Metric Column The Metric column must be set to 1 for each routing rule.

  • Page 465: Troubleshooting The Routing Table

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities 10.9.2.4 Troubleshooting the Routing Table When adding or modifying any of the routing rules, the added or modified rule passes a validation test. If errors are found, the route is rejected and is not added to the Routing table.

  • Page 466: Setting Up The Device, Using The Web Interface, Using The Ini File

    Mediant 2000 10.9.3 Setting up the Device 10.9.3.1 Using the Web Interface The Web interface is a convenient user interface for configuring the device's network configuration. 10.9.3.2 Using the ini File When configuring the network configuration using the ini File, use a textual presentation of the Interface and Routing Tables, as well as some other parameters.

  • Page 467: Table 10-9: Multiple Interface Table - Example1, Table 10-10: Routing Table - Example 1

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities  Values for the Class Of Service parameters are assigned.  The DNS application is configured to act as an OAMP application and the NTP application is configured to act as an OAMP application. Notes: •...

  • Page 468: Table 10-11: Multiple Interface Table - Example 2, Table 10-12: Routing Table - Example 2

    Mediant 2000 RoutingTableHopsCountColumn = 1, 1 Example 2: Three Interfaces, one for each application exclusively - the Multiple Interface table is configured with three interfaces, one exclusively for each application type: one interface for OAMP applications, one for Call Control applications, and one for RTP...

  • Page 469: Table 10-13: Multiple Interface Table - Example 3, Table 10-14: Routing Table - Example 3

    SIP User's Manual 10. Networking Capabilities Example 3 - One interface exclusively for management (OAMP applications) and two others for Call Control and RTP (CONTROL and MEDIA applications): The Multiple Interface table is configured with four interfaces. One is exclusively for Management and the two are for Call Control and RTP Media applications.

  • Page 470

    Mediant 2000 Reader’s Notes SIP User's Manual Document #: LTRT-68809...

  • Page 471: Advanced Pstn Configuration, Clock Settings

    SIP User's Manual 11. Advanced PSTN Configuration Advanced PSTN Configuration This section discusses advanced PSTN configurations. 11.1 Clock Settings In a traditional TDM service network such as PSTN, both ends of the TDM connection must be synchronized. If synchronization is not achieved, voice frames are either dropped (to prevent a buffer overflow condition) or inserted (to prevent an underflow condition).

  • Page 472: Release Reason Mapping, Reason Header

    Mediant 2000 11.2 Release Reason Mapping This section describes the available mapping mechanisms of SIP responses to Q.850 Release Causes and vice versa. The existing mapping of ISDN Release Causes to SIP Responses is described in ''Fixed Mapping of ISDN Release Reason to SIP Response'' on page and ''Fixed Mapping of SIP Response to ISDN Release Reason'' on page 475.

  • Page 473: Fixed Mapping Of Isdn Release Reason To Sip Response

    SIP User's Manual 11. Advanced PSTN Configuration 11.2.2 Fixed Mapping of ISDN Release Reason to SIP Response The following table describes the mapping of ISDN release reason to SIP response. Table 11-1: Mapping of ISDN Release Reason to SIP Response ISDN Release Description...

  • Page 474

    Mediant 2000 ISDN Release Description Description Response Reason Service/option not available 503* Service unavailable Bearer capability not implemented Not implemented Channel type not implemented 480* Temporarily unavailable Requested facility not implemented 503* Service unavailable Only restricted digital information bearer 503*...

  • Page 475: Fixed Mapping Of Sip Response To Isdn Release Reason

    SIP User's Manual 11. Advanced PSTN Configuration 11.2.3 Fixed Mapping of SIP Response to ISDN Release Reason The following table describes the mapping of SIP response to ISDN release reason. Table 11-2: Mapping of SIP Response to ISDN Release Reason ISDN Release Description Description...

  • Page 476: Isdn Overlap Dialing

    Mediant 2000 ISDN Release Description Description Response Reason 505* Version not supported Interworking Busy everywhere User busy Decline Call rejected Does not exist anywhere Unallocated number 606* Not acceptable Network out of order * Messages and responses were created because the ‘ISUP to SIP Mapping’ draft does not specify their cause code mapping.

  • Page 477: Isdn Non-facility Associated Signaling (nfas), Nfas Interface Id

    SIP User's Manual 11. Advanced PSTN Configuration 11.4 ISDN Non-Facility Associated Signaling (NFAS) In regular T1 ISDN trunks, a single 64 kbps channel carries signaling for the other 23 B- channels of that particular T1 trunk. This channel is called the D-channel and usually resides on timeslot # 24.

  • Page 478: Working With Dms-100 Switches

    Mediant 2000 To define an explicit Interface ID for a T1 trunk (that is different from the default), use the following parameters:  ISDNIBehavior_x = 512 (x = 0 to the maximum number of trunks identifying the device's physical trunk) ...

  • Page 479: Creating An Nfas-related Trunk Configuration, Redirect Number And Calling Name (display)

    SIP User's Manual 11. Advanced PSTN Configuration NFASGroupNumber_3 = 1 DchConfig_0 = 0 ;Primary T1 trunk DchConfig_1 = 2 ;B-Channel NFAS trunk DchConfig_2 = 2 ;B-Channel NFAS trunk DchConfig_3 = 2 ;B-channel NFAS trunk 11.4.3 Creating an NFAS-Related Trunk Configuration The procedures for creating and deleting an NFAS group must be performed in the correct order, as described below.

  • Page 480: Automatic Gain Control (agc), Table 11-3: Calling Name (display), Table 11-4: Redirect Number

    Mediant 2000 Table 11-3: Calling Name (Display) NT/TE Interface DMS-100 NI-2 4/5ESS Euro ISDN QSIG NT-to-TE TE-to-NT Table 11-4: Redirect Number NT/TE Interface DMS-100 NI-2 4/5ESS Euro ISDN QSIG NT-to-TE TE-to-NT * When using ETSI DivertingLegInformation2 in a Facility IE (not Redirecting Number IE).

  • Page 481: Tunneling Applications, Tdm Tunneling

    SIP User's Manual 12. Tunneling Applications Tunneling Applications This section discusses TDM and QISG tunneling, supported by the device. 12.1 TDM Tunneling The device's TDM Tunneling feature allows you to tunnel groups of digital trunk spans or timeslots (B-channels) over the IP network. TDM Tunneling utilizes the device's internal routing (without Proxy control) capabilities to receive voice and data streams from TDM (E1/T1/J1/) spans or individual timeslots, convert them into packets, and then transmit them over the IP network (using point-to-point or point-to-multipoint device distributions).

  • Page 482

    Mediant 2000 For tunneling of E1/T1 CAS trunks, set the protocol type to 'Raw CAS' (ProtocolType = 3 / 9) and enable RFC 2833 CAS relay mode ('CAS Transport Type' parameter is set to 'CAS RFC2833 Relay' - refer to ''Configuring the Voice Settings'' on page 67).

  • Page 483

    SIP User's Manual 12. Tunneling Applications [TelProfile] FORMAT TelProfile_Index = TelProfile_ProfileName, TelProfile_TelPreference, TelProfile_CodersGroupID, TelProfile_IsFaxUsed, TelProfile_JitterBufMinDelay, TelProfile_JitterBufOptFactor, TelProfile_IPDiffServ, TelProfile_SigIPDiffServ, TelProfile_DtmfVolume, TelProfile_InputGain, TelProfile_VoiceVolume, TelProfile_EnableReversePolarity, TelProfile_EnableCurrentDisconnect, TelProfile_EnableDigitDelivery, TelProfile_EnableEC, TelProfile_MWIAnalog, TelProfile_MWIDisplay, TelProfile_FlashHookPeriod, TelProfile_EnableEarlyMedia, TelProfile_ProgressIndicator2IP; TelProfile 1 = voice,$$,1,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$; TelProfile 2 = data,$$,2,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$,$$; [\TelProfile] Originating Side: Version 5.8 October 2009...

  • Page 484: Dsp Pattern Detector

    Mediant 2000 ;E1_TRANSPARENT_31 ProtocolType_0 = 5 ProtocolType_1 = 5 ProtocolType_2 = 5 ProtocolType_3 = 5 ;Channel selection by Phone number. ChannelSelectMode = 0 [TrunkGroup] FORMAT TrunkGroup_Index = TrunkGroup_TrunkGroupNum, TrunkGroup_FirstTrunkId, TrunkGroup_LastTrunkId, TrunkGroup_FirstBChannel, TrunkGroup_LastBChannel, TrunkGroup_FirstPhoneNumber, TrunkGroup_ProfileId, TrunkGroup_Module; TrunkGroup 0 = 0,0,0,1,31,1000,1; TrunkGroup 0 = 0,1,1,1,31,2000,1;...

  • Page 485: Qsig Tunneling

    SIP User's Manual 12. Tunneling Applications  EnablePatternDetector = 1  Pattern Detector Threshold: PDThreshold - defines the number of consecutive patterns to trigger the pattern detection event. For example: PDThreshold = 5 Detection Pattern: PDPattern - defines the patterns that can be detected by the Pattern Detector.

  • Page 486

    Mediant 2000 Mid-call communication: After the SIP connection is established, all QSIG messages are encapsulated in SIP INFO messages.  Call tear-down: The SIP connection is terminated once the QSIG call is complete. The RELEASE COMPLETE message is encapsulated in the SIP BYE message that terminates the session.

  • Page 487

    SIP User's Manual 12. Tunneling Applications Reader’s Notes Version 5.8 October 2009...

  • Page 489: Sip Software Package, Table 13-1: Software Package

    The table below lists the device's standard SIP software package. Table 13-1: Software Package File Name Description Firmware (RAM CMP) File Mediant_SIP_xxx.cmp Image file containing the software for the Mediant 2000 and TP-1610 devices. ini Configuration Files Mediant_SIP_T1.ini Sample ini file for Mediant 2000 / TP-1610 E1 devices. Mediant_SIP_E1.ini Sample ini file for Mediant 2000 / TP-1610 T1 devices.

  • Page 490

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  • Page 491: Selected Technical Specifications, Table 14-1: Mediant 2000 Functional Specifications

    SIP User's Manual 14. Selected Technical Specifications Selected Technical Specifications The technical specifications of the Mediant 2000 is listed in the table below: Note: All specifications in this document are subject to change without prior notice. Table 14-1: Mediant 2000 Functional Specifications...

  • Page 492

    Mediant 2000 Function Specification DTMF Transport (in- Mute, transfer in RTP payload or relay in compliance with RFC 2833 band) Answer Detector Answer detection Answer Machine Detects whether voice or an answering machine is answering the call. Detector Note: When implementing Answer Machine Detector, channel capacity may be reduced.

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    SIP User's Manual 14. Selected Technical Specifications Function Specification Interfaces Telephony Interface 1, 2, 4, 8 or 16 E1/T1/J1 Balanced 120/100 Ohm, or 75 Ohm using a BNC to RJ-45 dual E1/T1 G.703 Balun adapter. Note: The following Balun adaptors were tested and certified by AudioCodes: ...

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    Mediant 2000 Function Specification  1 or 2 span: 28.8 W DC Power Consumption  4 spans: 32.8 W  8 spans: 36.4 W  Operating Temp: 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) Environmental (DC)  Short Term Operating Temp (per NEBS): 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F) ...

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    SIP User's Manual 14. Selected Technical Specifications Function Specification Management Configuration Configuration of device using Web browser or ini files  SNMP v2c; SNMP v3 Management and Maintenance  Syslog (RFC 3164)  Web Management (via HTTP or HTTPS)  Telnet Type Approvals ...

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