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Confidential1 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. Office Network Company Edition 1.3 4 th July, 2007 Chapter 7 VIPGW KX-TDE100/200 System (Version 1.0)

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1 Confidential1 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. Office Network Company Edition th July, 2007 Chapter 7 VIPGW KX-TDE100/200 System (Version 1.0) KX-TDE100/200 System (Version 1.0)

2 Confidential2 Chapter 7 VIPGW 1. VIPGW/IPGW 1. VIPGW/IPGW 2. VIPGW Installation 2. VIPGW Installation 3. VIPGW Settings Example 3. VIPGW Settings Example 4. Called Port Distribution Groups 4. Called Port Distribution Groups 5. PCMC Settings 5. PCMC Settings 6. GK Settings 6. GK Settings

3 Confidential3 1. VIPGW/IPGW 1.Difference between IPGW16 and VIPGW16 Although the functionality of the VIPGW16 on the IPCMPR is almost the same as the IP-GW4/16 you will still need to use web programming for the IP-GW4/16 card. However, for the V-IPGW16 card on the IPCMR card, you can program using the TDE100/200 PCMC (Web programming for TDE/V-IPGW will be available from v2). The main functional differences are as follows… (1) CODEC G711,G723 and G729 are supported on IP-GW4/16. G711 and G729 are supported on VIPGW16. (2) CODEC Parameters IP-GW4/16 cards are each configured individually. VIPGW16 cards are configured by destination PBX. CODEC:G711 VAD: Enable CODEC:G729 VAD: Disable IP-GW4/16 CODEC:G711 VAD: Enable CODEC:G729 VAD: Disable VIPGW16

4 Confidential4 2. VIPGW Installation (1/2) First, install the V-IPGW16 card in the virtual shelf using the PCMC tool. Once this card is installed you must then click on ‘Activation Key’ and allocate the required number of KX- NCS4104 license to H323 trunks. If a license is not allocated in this way, the TDE will assume the license is to be used for SIP trunks. Failure to allocate an H323 trunk license will result in the V-IPGW16 card showing status ‘INS’ but all ports will show status ‘OUS’ Any attempt to change the status will result in a ‘Card Obstacle’ error until a license is allocated correctly PCMC Menu item 1-1- MPR Virtual Slot- Select Shelf – Activation Key

5 Confidential5 Confirm the required number of ports show status ‘INS’ (If showing OUS after licensing please check previous steps required for correct licensing) In the example given, there is 1x KX-NCS4104 license installed (Each port counts for 2 trunks = 2 ports = 4 trunks = 1x KX- NCS4104). PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot-Select Shelf – V-IPGW16 Card – Port Property All other PBX programming points are identical to TDA series (CO Line Settings, System Numbering Plan, TIE Table) VIPGW Installation (2/2)

6 Confidential6 IPCMPR: , GW No=1 IPCMPR : ,GW No=2 IPCMPR : , GW Group No.=10 IP-GW16-1 : , GW Group No.=10 IP-GW16-2 : , GW Group No.=10 IPCMPR: PBX-A 31xx 10xx PBX-B 32xx PBX-C 200xxx If You dial 200xxx, and all IPCMPR trunks are busy, PBX-0 will automatically make a call to IP-GW16-1 instead (using GW groups). Dial - 200xxx Error Dial - 200xxx Dial - 32xx Dial - 31xx By using the GW Group function, the TDE can make a call to next available GW if all ports are in use on the current GW PBX-0 30xx 3. VIPGW Settings Example (1/2) Outgoing Setting

7 Confidential7 10 GW No GW Group GW No GW No.GW Group No. GW No/GW Group Selection Remaining Number of Digits Leading Number Index No. DN2IP Table Internal Internal Internal External Internal Progress Tone 20msecG729A PBX-A(IPCMPR)1 20msecG729A PBX-B(IPCMPR)2 20msecG729A PBX-C(IPCMPR)3 20msecG729A PBX-C(IP-GW16-1)4 20msecG729A PBX-C(IP-GW16-2) : P sampling Time(G711) 1 st CODEC Priority GW Group GW-IP Address GW NameGW No. “0” means No GW Group No. New Parameter Setting for every GW GW Settings Table Outgoing Setting 3. VIPGW Settings Example (2/2) Note:T38 protocol is not supported.

8 Confidential8 CO-001 CO-002 Port 1 -ch.1 Port 1 -ch.2 CO-003 CO-004 Port 2 -ch.1 Port 2 -ch.2 CO-007 CO-008 Port 4 -ch.1 Port 4 -ch.2 CO-005 CO-006 Port 3 -ch.1 Port 3 -ch.2 CO-009 CO-010 Port 5 -ch.1 Port 5 -ch.2 CO-011 CO-012 Port 6 -ch.1 Port 6 -ch.2 CO-013 CO-014 Port 7 -ch.1 Port 7 -ch.2 CO-015 CO-016 Port 8 -ch.1 Port 8 -ch.2 CO-017 CO-018 Port 1 -ch.1 Port 1-ch.2 CO-031 CO-032 Port 8 -ch.1 Port 8 -ch.2 TDE Side VIPGW16-1 VIPGW16-2 :::: :::: IndexV-slotPortConn.CDPG111INS1 212INS INS2 717INS3 818INS4 921INS OUS16 CDPG Table Incoming call Hunt Pattern TableIndex Leading Digit CDPG Priority 1 CDPG Priority 2 CDPG Priority New Destination Digits=30xx CDPG=3,4... Slot 1 Prt 7 Slot 1 Prt 8 Slot 2 Prt 1 CO-013 CO-014 CO-015 CO-016… Incoming Call 4. Called Port Distribution Groups

9 Confidential9 Gatekeeper Available= Enable/Disable Call Signal Model= Direct/Routed GK Check Interval= 0 ( Minutes) Pri/Sec Gatekeeper= IP and port number H225/RAS/QSIG= Port configurations RTCP Options= Used for performance analysis RTP QoS Type= TOS/DSCP/HEX Echo Canceller= 48ms/128ms/off Gain adjustment= EC or DSP NLP Setting= EC distortion/quality issue adjustment QSIG CT/CF= QSIG Call Transfer, forward function QSIG Network Type= Private/Public/VPN 5. PCMC Programming (1/8)

10 Confidential10 All V-IPGW16 settings can be found under ‘Shelf Property’ in the PCMC. This where all other GW endpoints, DN2IP settings and incoming hunt patterns are set. (These settings would normally be programmed through a web interface on the KX- TDA3480/0484/0490 cards) PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot-Select Shelf – V-IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property 5. PCMC Programming (2/8)

11 Confidential11 5. PCMC Programming (3/8) REQUIRED SETTINGS GW Name= 20 ASCII character label GW IP Address= IP Address (Not DNS name) GW Group= GW Group (For DN2IP function) Connection For IP-GW16= Select whether the remote gateway is a V-IPGW16 (TDE) or IPGW (3480/0484/0490 card) PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property – GW Settings

12 Confidential12 5. PCMC Programming (4/8) OPTIONAL SETTINGS IP Codec Priority = G729a/G711a-law/G711mu-law (Default is G729a) Packet Sampling Time = 10ms-60ms (Default 20ms – Increments of 10ms) *G722 is only supported on IP- PT (NT300) V-IPGW16 supports G711 and G729a only PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property – GW Settings

13 Confidential13 5. PCMC Programming (5/8) OPTIONAL SETTINGS Voice Activity Detection= Enable/Disable sending of packets during silence (Default = Disable) Fax Detection Ability= Enable/Disable automatic detection of faxed data (Default = Disable) DTMF Type= Inband/Outband (H225)/Outband (RFC2833) (Default = Inband) DTMF Payload Type= Value, (Default 101) PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property – GW Settings

14 Confidential14 5. PCMC Programming (6/8) REQUIRED SETTINGS Leading Number= Up to 30 digits, specifies call routing based on dialed number Remaining Number Of Digits= Specifies how many following digits should be expected after the leading number (Max 29 digits) GW No./GW Group Selection= Route call to either individual GW or to GW Group GW Group= Specifies which GW Group the entry belongs to GW No.= Specifies an individual GW entry to route calls to PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property – DN2IP

15 Confidential15 5. PCMC Programming (7/8) REQUIRED SETTINGS Leading Number= Leading number of incoming call (30 digits max) Call Distribution Port Group= Specifies the required port distribution group PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Shelf Property – Hunt Pattern

16 Confidential16 Ports may be allocated to specific call distribution port groups in order to manage incoming calls (By default all ports exist in CDPG1). This feature is currently only configurable for V-IPGW cards. There are no options to add IPGW4/16 cards to the same CDPG configuration. PCMC Menu item 1-1-MPR Virtual Slot - Select Shelf – V- IPGW16 Card – Port Property 5. PCMC Programming (8/8)

17 Confidential IP Address Leading Number :: Gatekeeper IPGW ( ) - 911xxxx - 912xxxx - 913xxx - 914xxx IPGW ( ) - 915xxxx VIPGW ( ) -916xxxx -917xxxx -918xxx -919xxx -920xxx Register IP address( ) Leading Number( 911,912,913,914) Register IP address( ) Leading Number( 915) Register IP address( ) Leading Number( 916, 917,918, 919, 920) When IPGW / VIPGW use a Gatekeeper, IPGW / VIPGW have to register the IP Address and leading number for the PBX 6. GK Settings - GK Registration (1/3)

18 Confidential :::: 02 Group No.IP AddressCommentsGW No. Gatekeeper Use Don’t use0 GW No : GW Group No. GW No./ Group No. Remain digits Leading Number Index Information of IP address ( ) & leading number (911, 912, 913, 914) Are now registered with the Gatekeeper. (1) In case of IP-GW (TDA) The combination of GW entry table and DN2IP table informs the IP address and leading number information to the Gatekeeper. GW Entry TableDN2IP Table 6. GK Settings - IP-GW (2/3) Own IPGW IP address Own IPGW leading digits

19 Confidential19 Gatekeeper Available : Enable Group Group : Group Group Group Device NameDestination NumberIndex The IPCMPR IP address( ) & leading number information (916, 917, 918, 919, 920) are now registered with the Gatekeeper. PCMC : Shelf Property – Virtual IP Gateway PCMC : GK Settings For referenceLeading Number (2) In case of VIPGW (TDE) Gatekeeper settings table informs this information to the Gatekeeper. GK Settings Table 6. GK Settings – VIPGW (3/3) Own IPGW leading digits

20 Confidential20 Thank you very much ! Chapter 7 VIPGW


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