VoIP Setup

doktor (IS/IT–Management) (OP) 2 Jul 08 17:09 Follow these steps to install a VoIP trunk between 2 ipLDK-100's:

The needed hardware is LDK-300 VOIB or VOIBE. For the VOIB, VOIU channel boards are needed. Each VOIU gives 2 VoIP channels. Maxinum 8 VoIP channels per VOIB.

For the VOIBE, VOIUE channel boards are needed. Each VOIU gives 12 VoIP channels. Maxinum 24 VoIP channels per VOIBE.

Programming. Follow these steps for success…

* In PGM101 and PGM103 the VOIB/VOIBE should be installed in a proper SLOT. * In PGM140 the VoIP lines should be set to DDI (ISDN). * In PGM 117 you eneble the users to have access to CO line group #02. CO line group #1 is for the normal ISDN lines. * In PGM 143 index #5 “DID RN” (remove numbers) is to be set to 00. * PGM 320 + index 1 is to be set to ON. This demands a license for VoIP (IP trink). If the license is not installed, then it is impossible to set this field to ON. * In PGM322, the actual lines are entered. * In PGM322 - index 1 the VoIP lines are set to CO group #02 * In PGM322 - index 4 the VoIP lines are set to NET.

Now the IP address data should be set:

* In PGM 340 index #1: Here is the IP address for VOIB/VOIBE board set. * In PGM 340 index #2: Here is the default gateway IP address set. This field must be set. * In PGM 340 index #3: Here is the subnet mask for the VOIB/VOIBE board set. * In PGM 340 index #5: Here is the trace password for VOIB/VOIBE board set. Set to 00000000 * In PGM 340 index #6: Here is the default codec for VOIB/VOIBE board set. Set to G.711 or G.723 or ?. * In PGM 340 index #7: Default gain = 31. * In PGM 340 index #8: No delay is wanted. TOS = type of service. ON is chosen. * In PGM 340 index #9: Normal throughput is requested. TOS = type of service. High is chosen. PGM 340 lystast 10: Normal reliability is requested. TOS = type of service. High is chosen.

Hereafter we just need to program the network data. All this is done in PGM 324. In our local ipLDk-100 PBX we have the numberseries 100-199 (PBX1), and in the other ipLDK-100 we have the number range 300-399 (PBX2).

Local number series: *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (00)+ Index 1: Choose NET. *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (00)+ Index 2: 1# is written. THE “1” tells that it is the 100-series that are in the PBX1. The digits after the “#” are internal numbers. *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (00)+ index 3: Set to “00”. This is the CO group for internal numbers. “00” tells the system that we are dealing with an internal number series in PBX1. Remote number series: *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (01)+ Index 1: Choose NET. *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (01)+ Index 2: 3 is written. THE “3” tells that it is the 300-series that are in the “other end”, i.e. in PBX2. As no “#” are used, these numbers are NOT internal numbers. *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (01)+ index 3: Set to “02”. This is the CO group. “02” telss the system that we are dealing with an external number series in PBX2. *In PGM 324 + bin nummer (01)+ Index 4: Here you enter the IP address for the remote VOIB board.

If you are using a s/w level higher than 3.7Dh (or 3.7 Dh) it should just work. The two ipLDK-100 PBX'es are now just intercoonected by IP (or internet) and you can make you calls by dialling a 3 digit number from PBX1 to PBX2. Remember that the numberseries for ipLDK-100 in default mode goes from 100-227, so there could be a problem if you expect the number series 100-199 to be in PBX1 and 200-299 to be in PBX2. The number series can be changed in PGM 105. Good luck /doktor

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