TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION OmniPCX Enterprise

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
No. TC1449
Ed. 02
OmniPCX Enterprise
Nb of pages : 108
Date : 22 June 2011
URGENT
NOT URGENT
TEMPORARY
PERMANENT
SUBJECT : INSTALLATION PROCEDURE FOR VERSION J1.410.34.C – RELEASE 10.0
This is the technical release of OmniPCX Enterprise with the version J1.410.34.c. It corresponds to
Release 10.0.
It is available on Alcatel-Lucent Business Portal (https://businessportal.alcatel-lucent.com) and on DVD
with the references 3BA 27740 AAAB (non secured version) and 3BA 27741 AAAB (secured version).
Technical modes to change the release, new features, registered restrictions and controlled features
are described in the installation procedure for version J1.410.34.c.
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CONTENTS
1.
APPLICATION DOMAIN ...............................................................9
2.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS............................................................9
3.
INTRODUCTION TO RELEASE 10.0 ............................................11
3.1
New hardware........................................................................................ 11
3.2
New features .......................................................................................... 11
3.2.1
Increasing provisioning level ..........................................................................11
3.2.2
Localization.....................................................................................................11
3.2.3
Terminals........................................................................................................11
3.2.4
SIP Enhancement ............................................................................................11
3.2.5
Security...........................................................................................................12
3.2.6
Call Handling features....................................................................................12
3.2.7
Applications ....................................................................................................12
3.2.8
Serviceability ..................................................................................................12
3.3
Features under PCS ................................................................................ 12
3.4
Features availability in progress ............................................................. 12
4.
CONTENT OF THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE...................................13
5.
BEFORE STARTING.....................................................................17
5.1
Applications, functionalities not supported by Release 10.0.................... 17
5.2
Applications and functionalities dependent on CPUs and hardware
platform used ......................................................................................... 19
5.3
VoIP network conformity check ............................................................... 20
5.4
Recommendations and security............................................................... 20
5.5
DECT....................................................................................................... 20
6.
CONDITIONS FOR INSTALLATION IN NETWORK.......................21
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6.1
Installation of Release 10.0 in network with Releases 5.1.x, 6.x, 7.x and
8.0 .......................................................................................................... 23
6.2
Installation of Release 10.0 in network Releases 8.0.1, 9.0 and 9.1 ....... 23
6.3
Audit/Broadcast ...................................................................................... 24
6.4
Compatibility of external applications..................................................... 24
7.
COMPATIBILITIES.......................................................................24
7.1
Reminder on boards supporting the Transit function and the direct RTP . 24
7.2
Delay (in one direction) introduced by IP gateways................................. 25
7.3
Delay (in one direction) from an IP Phone towards a set behind ACT or
eMG........................................................................................................ 25
7.4
ABC-F2 compatibility depending on the hardware and the type of
configuration used (with or without compressed voice)........................... 26
7.4.1
Rules used in the tables ..................................................................................26
7.4.2
Table of ABC-F2 compatibility.........................................................................28
7.5
Network & VoIP compatibility ................................................................. 29
7.5.1
ABC-F2 trunk group compatibility summary ...................................................29
7.5.2
Number of compressors/algorithms that can be used with INTIPx and
GDx/GAx .....................................................................................................................29
7.6
Alcatel-Lucent 4635 voice mail compatibility .......................................... 30
7.7
Hardware compatibility .......................................................................... 31
7.7.1
CPU boards ....................................................................................................31
7.7.2
Common Hardware CPU boards ....................................................................32
7.7.3
Appliance Server ............................................................................................32
7.7.4
Hard disk capacity ..........................................................................................34
7.7.5
USB keys compliant with CPU7-2, Appliance Server and Blade Server............34
7.7.6
IO2 board.......................................................................................................34
7.7.7
INTIP board ....................................................................................................34
7.7.8
NGP boards ....................................................................................................35
7.7.9
INT1/INT2 boards...........................................................................................36
7.7.10
Negotiation of speed of Ethernet interfaces.................................................36
7.8
Subdevices & IP Phone compatibility (Reprom reference/Binary version) 37
7.9
Application compatibility ........................................................................ 38
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7.10 OEM/External equipment compatibility................................................... 39
7.10.1
UPS..............................................................................................................39
7.10.2
V24 over IP ("Moxa" unit) .............................................................................39
7.10.3
T38 Fax over IP............................................................................................39
7.10.4
SIP Survivability ...........................................................................................40
7.10.5
LLDP-MED on IP Touch sets..........................................................................40
8.
CLIENT INFORMATION..............................................................40
8.1.1
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 9.1 ...............................................40
8.2
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 9.0 ....................................... 40
8.3
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 8.0 and 8.0.1 ....................... 41
8.4
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 7.1 ....................................... 41
8.5
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 7.0 ....................................... 41
8.6
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 6.1.1 .................................... 41
8.7
Reminder of changes appeared with R4.2 .............................................. 41
8.8
Reminder of changes appeared with R4.1 .............................................. 41
8.9
Reminder of changes appeared with R3.0 .............................................. 41
9.
PREPARATION ...........................................................................42
9.1
Checking compatibility............................................................................ 42
9.2
Voice guides ........................................................................................... 42
9.2.1
System voice guides ........................................................................................42
9.2.2
Alcatel 4645 voice guides ...............................................................................42
9.3
OPS ........................................................................................................ 44
9.4
Saving the database (swinst) .................................................................. 44
9.4.1
Rebuilding the database before saving...........................................................45
9.4.2
Saving the rebuilt database ............................................................................45
9.5
Saving Chorus/Linux data....................................................................... 45
9.6
Saving Actis files in the image of the site ................................................ 46
9.7
Saving the lanpbx.cfg file........................................................................ 46
10. OPERATING MODE ....................................................................46
10.1 New installation ..................................................................................... 46
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10.2 Updating R5.1.x, R6.x, R7.x, R8.0.x, R9.x to R10.0 .................................. 46
10.3 OmniPCX 4400 migration to R10.0 ......................................................... 47
10.3.1
Use of the hardware or software key ..........................................................47
10.3.2
Crystal hardware compatibility with an Appliance Server............................47
11. LOADING THE SOFTWARE.........................................................47
11.1 Generalities ............................................................................................ 47
11.1.1
Security activated by default during a installation .......................................48
11.1.2
service)
Installation of a secured system for VoIP encryption ("IP Touch Security"
48
11.1.3
Using the Remote Download .......................................................................49
11.1.4
Reading the hardware key or CPU-id of the CPUs .......................................49
11.1.5
Creating a blank database ..........................................................................49
11.2 Restoring the database and site tickets ................................................... 50
11.3 Restoring Chorus/Linux data .................................................................. 50
12. TRANSLATIONS .........................................................................51
12.1 Installing OPS files.................................................................................. 52
12.2 Remarks ................................................................................................. 52
13. UPDATING THE BETA TEST SYSTEMS..........................................53
14. SYSTEM MANAGEMENT .............................................................53
14.1 Declaring the automatic start-up of the telephone .................................. 53
14.2 Updating the date and time .................................................................... 53
15. CHECKING START-UP OF CPU/IO1/IO2/IO2N...........................53
16. COMPULSORY MINIMUM ADDITIONAL DATABASE
MANAGEMENT ..........................................................................54
16.1 Reminder for sites migrating from Release < 3.0.................................... 54
16.1.1
IP addressing plan (from R3.0) ....................................................................54
16.1.2
IP routing (from R3.0) ..................................................................................54
16.1.3
ABC network (from R3.0) .............................................................................54
16.1.4
ARS Time Schedule management (from R3.0)..............................................54
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16.1.5
Time-outs (from R3.0)..................................................................................55
16.1.6
Accounting (from R3.0) ................................................................................55
16.1.7
Filter table (from R3.0) ................................................................................55
16.2 Reminder for networked sites migrating from Release < 7.x .................. 55
16.3 Additional management for IO2N .......................................................... 55
16.4 Synchronization ...................................................................................... 56
16.5 System parameters to check.................................................................... 56
16.5.1
Direct RTP ....................................................................................................56
16.5.2
Frame VoIP (Enhanced quality voice)...........................................................56
16.5.3
Direct RTP for H323 terminals......................................................................57
16.5.4
Inter-node protocol H323 ............................................................................57
16.5.5
Pre-login (V120) ..........................................................................................57
17. STARTING UP THE CPU IN ITS ENVIRONMENT ON SITE.............57
17.1 Downloading the couplers and sets ........................................................ 57
17.2 Sites with the "IP Touch Security" feature: Migration from R6.2 or R7.x to
R10.0 with SSM & MSM boxes in version 1.3.xx ...................................... 57
18. CHECKING CORRECT OPERATION.............................................58
APPENDIXES
APPENDIX 1 - NEW FEATURES
APPENDIX 2 - REMARKS & RESTRICTIONS
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1.
APPLICATION DOMAIN
WARNING
This document applies to the OmniPCX Enterprise Release 10.0 in standardized version J1.410.34.c.
In term of corrections, patch J1.410.34.c is at the same level than G1.503.35.g / H1.301.48 /
I1.605.23 and only introduces new features.
Additional corrections of major RAs, coming from I1.605.24 to I1.605.26 have been integrated
selectively.
This document is based around a central document, the Release 10.0 installation procedure, and
appendices which describe:
− The restrictions and remarks.
− The new features.
Note
The appendices below of previous installation procedures were removed from this document and
replaced by technical communications to make easier their search and their update:
− The comparison of licenses from R5.0 Ux.
− The migration from an OmniPCX 4400 to an OmniPCX Enterprise.
− The synchronization of the system after migration to an OmniPCX Enterprise with an Appliance
Server.
− The reminder of features released in previous releases.
2.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Technical communications:
TC0150 Configuring the OmniPCX 4400 as "boot server" for IP Phones attached to networked
OmniPCX 4400
TC0155 Compatibility of Alcatel 4635 with OmniPCX 4400 backplanes (Reminder of restrictions)
TC0230 CPU6 Step2 board - 3BA23197 AA
TC0259 Alcatel 4635 - Migration procedures
TC0274 DECT Compatibilities
TC0297 Change of external/internal ringing melodies in Release 4.2
TC0298 Migration from Alcatel 4630 voice mail to Alcatel 4635 voice mail
TC0328 Wrong initialization of "Antenna Diversity" after translating from Release 3.0 to Release 3.1,
3.2M, 4.1, 4.1.1
TC0336 Setting the T38 fax over IP application (with MP-102 version 4.0)
TC0418 Compatibilities
TC0487 Migration ACD-V1 to CCDistribution
TC0594 Coupling a Bluetooth device on Alcatel IP Touch set 4068
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TC0680 Risk of wrong negotiation of speed and duplex mode of Ethernet interfaces for INTIPs, GA &
GD after software upgrades
TC0682 Stop of dynamic patch delivery from Release 6.1.1
TC0712 Modem, Fax, Data transparency over IP
TC0777 Comparison of licenses from Release 5.0 Ux
TC0778 Migration OmniPCX 4400 to OmniPCX Enterprise
TC0779 Synchronization of the system after migration to OmniPCX Enterprise with Appliance Server
TC0780 New hardware and features from Release 5.1
TC0781 Migration of Mobile IP Touch from Release 1.x to Release 2.x
TC0941 VoWLAN compatibility
TC0944 Configuration, incidents & log files recovery
TC1106 Thomson ST20xx SIP sets deployment
TC1108 Native SIP Call Controller: White list
TC1212 CS-2 board introduction
TC1254 Technical Release Note for Device Management Server 1.2.000.020
TC1255 4008 / 4018 SIP set deployment with OmniPCX Enterprise
TC1271 Checks for integrity and authenticity of downloaded software
TC1290 LLDP-MED on IP Touch sets
TC1319 Installing and using the OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer v2.26 software
TC1373 Alcatel 4635 - Installation procedure for version 5.4.9 - Release 5
TC1410 Alcatel 4059 MAC / IP - Installation procedure for version 5.2.3
TC1418 Technical Release Note of VoWLAN R5.0
TC1435 Technical Release Note of OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN handsets version 2.2.29
TC1448 Technical Release Note for OmniPCX Enterprise Release 10.0 - Version J1.410.34.c
TC1458 One way VoIP calls or white calls on installation with INTIP3A boards behind firewalls and
SBC
TC1479 OmniVista 4760 - Installation procedure for version 5.2.01.03.d - Release 5.2
TC1500 Technical release note for MyICPhone in an OmniPCX Enterprise R10 Hotel environment Release R200 version 01.026.5
TC1501 OmniVista 8770 - Installation procedure for version 1.0.20.01.b - Release 1.0
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3.
INTRODUCTION TO RELEASE 10.0
Release 10.0 (version J1.410.34.c) is a major release.
Note
In term of corrections, patch J1.410.34.c is at the same level than I1.605.23 and only introduces
new features.
Additional corrections of major RAs, coming from I1.605.24 to I1.605.26 have been integrated
selectively.
The program of certification is available on Business Portal.
This document indicates the steps necessary for installing version J1.410.34.c for:
− a new installation,
− an evolution from R5.0 Lx, R5.x, R6.x, R7.x, R8.x, R9.0, R9.1 to R10.0
− a migration from OmniPCX 4400 to OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 controlled by OmniPCX 4400
CPU type or Appliance Server (AS).
New features from Release 10.0.
3.1
New hardware
− New eZ32-2 board with CPC (Calling Party Control) support.
3.2
New features
3.2.1 Increasing provisioning level
− Increase number of hunting groups
− Increase number of Phone Class Of Service
− Increase number of attendant groups
− Increase number of boss per secretary
3.2.2 Localization
− Japanese support on 4059 (Windows 7)
3.2.3 Terminals
− Support the OmniTouch 8118 and 8128 WLAN handsets
− 8082 MyICPhone support in hospitality environment (waiting for MyICPhone 8082 and 8770
versions availability).
3.2.4 SIP Enhancement
− SIP Trunk enhancement: CLI display with From header, even if P-Asserted-ID header is available
(Incoming call)
− SIP Trunk enhancement: Service route header (RFC 3608) and Path header (RFC 3327)
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− SIP Trunk enhancement: Faster overflow on no answer to INVITE, REGISTER and OPTIONS
method
− SIP MyIC PC: Overflow on associate when out of order
3.2.5 Security
− Copy process from etc/host to swinst/.rhosts
3.2.6 Call Handling features
− FlexOffice enhancement
− Call park timers
− Emergency Call to Attendant (with 4059IP version 5.2.5).
3.2.7 Applications
− Alcatel-Lucent 4059 on Windows 7 32bits
− OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer on Windows 7 32bits
3.2.8 Serviceability
− Remote download evolution
3.3
Features under PCS
If one of the following features has to be implemented on an OmniPCX Enterprise, contact Technical
Support for the deployment:
− SIP TLS/sRTP for external SIP Gateway
3.4
Features availability in progress
− SIP trunking.
Interoperability tests with new carriers done under the control of the SIP Bid Desk.
The following features are in validation progress and will be available in an upcoming OmniPCX
Enterprise patch
− New SIP improvement for interworking with OpenTouch Solution
− Call Routing Groups
− NOE in SIP protocol encapsulation
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4.
CONTENT OF THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE
The software package contains the OmniPCX Enterprise J1.410.34.c application.
The different versions of the OmniPCX Enterprise application modules are:
− Linux
: 72.0
− Linux Package
: 72.3
− swinst
: 2.63.0
− PC Installer
: 3.2
− OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0: J1.410.34.c: J1.410 complete version
J1.410.34 static patch
J1.410.34.c dynamic patch
SJ1.410.34.c secured patch (Note)
Note
The access to secured patch is only given on request after filing the appropriate document posted on
Business Portal Customer Support > Technical Support > Software download > OmniPCX Enterprise
> OmniPCX Enterprise > All Release > Generic > Request for Security Patch Access.
From Release 6.1.1, dynamic patches will be no more delivered. They are replaced
by static patches; refer to the technical communication TC0682 Stop of dynamic
patch delivery from Release 6.1.1.
Reference of compatible CD-ROMs and DVD
REMINDER
As of Release 6.1, the software is only delivered on DVD.
CD-ROM/DVD
Version J1.410.34.c (DVD)
Reference
3BA 27740 AAAB
Secured Version SJ1.410.34.c
(DVD)
System voice guides v5.3
OmniVista 4760 R5.2.01.03.d
3BA 27741 AAAB
OmniVista 8770 R1.0.20.01.b
SIP Device Management Server
1.2.000.020 – Release 1.2
3BA 57423 AAAG
3BH 11632 AKAA
3BH 11669 AAAC
3BH 11761 AAAD
MD5 checksums (1)
62fda425d70025a35c048e907d15faf2
*Image_R100_J141034c.iso
85adb9c5c518371fd92fff19fb714250
*Image_R100_SJ141034c.iso
4bf879c27952dd851462a8412fde6a19
*CD Version R5.2.01.03.d.iso (2)
(3)
392937c3530b40f1101d040631483065
*image_dm_12000020.iso
(1) Before installing the software, we strongly advise you to check the integrity and authenticity of the
software. For detailed information about checksums, please refer to the technical communication
TC1271 Checks for integrity and authenticity of downloaded software.
(2) This checksum concerns only the DVD containing the OmniVista 4760 software Release
R5.2.01.03.d reference 3BH 11628 AMAA.
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(3) This checksum concerns only the DVD containing the OmniVista 8770 software Release
R1.0.20.01.b reference 3BH 11670 AAAC.
Note
PSP software (Phone Set Programming) is not delivered with J1.410.34.c and SJ1.410.34.c DVD
versions.
PSP software is available on Business Portal (https://businessportal.alcatel-lucent.com) in section
Customer Support > Technical Support > Software Download > OmniPCX Enterprise > OmniPCX
Enterprise > Phone Set Programming.
This version is compatible with OmniPCX Enterprise Release 10.0.
List of binaries in version J1.410.34.c
The new binaries of the version are in bold characters.
Released R10.0 Versions
J1.410.34.c
Binaries relative to system
bios CPU5 Step3 (3)
bios CPU6 Step2 (1)
3BA24095AAAB08_4.8
bios CPU7
3BA24115AAAA16_3.02
bios CS
10.14
bios GD
10.14
bios CS-2 (AMI)
3EU24009AAAA01_9.0
io1n
16
io2
4.6
io2n
5.17
linux_patch
72.3
obca
1.5
pc_install
3.2
swinst (2)
2.63.0
Binaries relative to DECT
dect4
7.9
dect8
1.28
ibs_appli_ng
49.03
ibs_boot_ng
71
ibsng
18.06
rbsng
53.0
startibsng
0.71
Binaries relative to compression boards
binintip_appli
16.03
bindsintip
4.37.3
bindsintip2
3.44
bootintip
6.10
mg_appli
46.04
binmcv
3.9.0
binmcv2
3.44
mg_version_country
1.1.13
ioip
4.08
lio_comp2
3.40
Binaries
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J1.410.34.c
rlio_comp2
3.27
mg3
3.35
intip3
3.35
Binaries relative to sets
noeip
4.31.00
bin40x8
4.31.00
dat40x8
4.31.00
noe40x8
4.31.00
noeipG
4.31.01
bin40x8G
4.31.01
dat40x8G
4.31.01
noe40x8G
4.31.01
noesip4018
2.10.90
noesip40x8G
2.10.60
Binnoeuax9
3.81.00
Binnoeua19
3.81.00
jpn_4068
1.00.01
jpn_40x8
1.00.00
jpn_40x9
1.00.01
kor_4068
2.01.00
kor_40x8
2.01.00
kor_40x9
2.01.00
chi_4068
2.01.00
chi_40x8
2.01.01
chi_40x9
2.01.01
ipphone
2.31
tscip
5.2
tscipv1S
3.0
Secured binaries
noeip
4.36.00
bin40x8
4.36.00
dat40x8
4.36.00
noe40x8
4.36.00
noeipG
4.36.01
bin40x8G
4.36.01
dat40x8G
4.36.01
noe40x8G
4.36.01
SM modules (Thales) (4)
3.3.05
mg_appli
46.04
security Thales library
1.1.02
mg3
3.85
intip3
3.85
Thales SRTP client
1.0.06
Thales VPN client
1.1.03
Binaries relative to boards
brapra
2.06
Binaries
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Released R10.0 Versions
J1.410.34.c
c1nvgpa2
3.4
c1nvua
5.0
c1nvz32
3.2
cpl2dpnss
1.11
dpnss
2.3
dpnssnv
2.3
dpt1
2.05
dsp_emtl24021
3.01
dsp_gpa
2.01
dsp_vgu
1.5
dsp0Z32
1.02
dsp1_gpa2
1.09
dsp1nddi2
2.01
dsp2_gpa2
1.10
gpa2tns
1.11
gpa
2.24
intof
1.24
intofssync
1.05
intof2
2.4
ivrZ24
2.0
lia
4.18
lioebbc2
3.05
lio b/p/x
3.25
mic2
2.31
nddi
2.5
nddi_in
2.7
nddi2
2.22
nprae
2.06
pcm2_ru
1.6
pra
2.06
pra2
2.26
rma
3.04.04
tonesnv
2.17
ua
3.81..00
uscvg
2.9
Binaries relative to attendants
fbc
2.13
mapacs2
2.01
ta/mac
4.7
ta/pac
2.01
Binaries relative to VoWLAN
noemipt_r2
109.025
noemipt_r3
120.027
noemipt8_r100
2.2.9
Binaries
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1 The delivery of a new CPU6 Bios requires to reboot the PABX after installing the dynamic patch.
2 You should connect to swinst to complete its installation.
3 CPU5 Step3 is no longer supported from Release 8.0.
4 SM Modules Thales: this is the reference seen in mgr.
5.
BEFORE STARTING
5.1
Applications, functionalities not supported by Release 10.0
REMINDER
As of Release 5.1, some applications and functionalities of Release 5.0 Ux are no more supported,
and will have to be replaced by others.
The table below shows all the applications and functionalities which are no more provided by
OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0, whatever hardware used.
Migration batches exist including a specific rate, which have been defined and taken into account
automatically by Actis R16.1.
Family
Type of application
Migration to
47xx
OmniVista 4760i (3)
4715
4730
4740
4740 PTP
4730i
4755
4000 Directory Server
Directory PC Client for
4755/4000
mgr or OmniVista 4760
Voice mail
ACT migration
4630
4620 or VPS35 (1)
4635 VPCPU
4635 VPCPU-1
4300
2600, 4600
5400
ACD-V1
ACD-V1
4735 & 4736
4961 first party TAPI
middleware
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Compulsory
deletion/
Documentation
modification
before migrating
to R10.0
Not applicable
System Documentation
OmniVista 4760 R5.2
No
TC1479
mgr or OmniVista 4760
OmniVista 4760 R5.2
4760 LDAP Server
4760 Directory Client
Not applicable
System Documentation
No
TCV010
TCV017
TC1479
Yes
TC0298
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
TC0155, TC0259,
TC1373
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
TC0487
Not applicable
No
4635J (default) or
4635H2
4635 VPM35 or VPU6
4635 VPM35/VPU6
4635 VPM35/VPU6
Manage the equipment in
the new ACT
Delete all equipment and
manage it in a new ACT
Delete all equipment and
manage it in a new ACT
CCD R7.1
CCS
No migration – Not
supported
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Family
Type of application
Migration to
4973 Telephony
Assistant
Others
VoWLAN
Not supported (Replaced
by OmniTouch UC My
Phone)
Alcatel Unified
Not supported (Replaced
Messaging
by OmniTouch UC)
SPB
IO2, IO2N or IP/V24
module
Datcol
No migration – Not
supported
Overflow on QoS (VoIP)
Not supported
CPU2, CPU3,
Replaced by
CPU5 Step1/Step2/
CPU6 Step2 - 128 MB
CPU7 – 256 MB
Step3
or Appliance Server
(depends on the Actis
configuration)
LIOE & TSC-LIOE (2)
INTIP
INT1/INT2
INTOF
VoWLAN R1.x
VoWLAN R5.x
Compulsory
deletion/
modification
before migrating
to R10.0
Documentation
Not applicable
Not applicable
No
System Documentation
Not applicable
Not applicable
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
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(1) VPS35 board is replaced by the VPU6 board for any migration towards OmniPCX Enterprise
R10.0.
(2) The boards are not authorized on the nodes of a network.
LIOE boards are in phase out from Release 6.1. They are no more supported by
Release 10.0.
(3) As of Release 10.0, OmniVista 4760i is no more supported and can’t be activated anymore. Use
mgr or OmniVista 4760 to configure the OmniPCX Enterprise. In case of upgrade to Release
10.0, the application will be deactivated, if previously activated.
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5.2
Applications and functionalities dependent on CPUs and hardware platform used
Depending on the type of CPU (CPU6 Step2/CPU7, Appliance Server, Call Server in rack) and the
hardware platform used (Crystal or common hardware), certain applications or functionalities are
not authorized.
Voice mail
Various
4645
4615 / VMU-OBCA
4615/VMU-OBCA2 (1)
Campus DECT
DTM for DECT on
CPU6
VG on CPU6
DTMF
Appliance Server
Common
Crystal hardware
hardware
Yes
No
No
No Ö 4635J (VPU5) (2)
CPU6 Step2
CPU7
Call Server
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No Ö
DECT8
No
No
No
No Ö
DECT8
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No Ö Z port
No
No Ö V24-IP module (3)
No Ö Z port (3)
No (5)
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No (5)
No Ö V24-IP module (3)
No (3)
No
(only with CPU6)
Yes
Yes
No (4)
No Ö DECT8 (2)
No Ö GPA2 (2)
No Ö GPA2 (2)
(on CPU6 & CPU7)
V24
Music on hold on CPU
IO2/OBCA (5)
Yes
Yes
Yes
(only with CPU6)
IO2N
SPB
3 ACT levels
eRMA
Yes
No Ö IO2
Yes
No
(1) Can no more be configured in a new business account.
(2) Replacement is carried out by Actis.
The DECT8 board is not compatible with DECT2/DECT4 boards. If DECT2/DECT4 boards are
present, ACTIS will replace them.
REMINDER
DECT2/DECT4 and DECT4 HB boards are in phase-out. They are supported by
Release 10.0 but can no more be configured for addition or for new installation.
(3) Manual modifications are required.
(4) No alternative possible.
(5) Boards IO2, IO2N (30 B channels), OBCA and OBCA2 (3 B channels) do not exist with an
Appliance Server or Call Server. A certain number of applications and functionalities are
therefore no more supported, such as:
• Extension of V24 physical ports via SPB board on which applications were managed
(greeting management, hotel, login, etc.).
• Direct management of data applications in V120 accessible from a terminal adapter (TA in
V120) locally or from the outside (appli login, SLIP, hotel management, etc.).
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− Data transmission in the B channel of a digital support (T2, PCM, etc.).
5.3
♦
Link in a B channel of a T2 (switched or not switched).
♦
Link in a B channel of a PCM board (often encountered in South America where T2s are
less common).
♦
Link via TA/Modems.
♦
No more back-up signaling via ISDN.
♦
X25 in a B channel (Tunnel operation in T2 and Centrex operation for centralized
network management via 4740).
♦
Frame Relay in the case of saturation of the signaling channel in D.
In this case, the Tunnel, Broadcast and network incident type X25 applications pass
through a B channel (application of over-reservation coefficient 15 in the D channel of a
link allows Frame Relay not to be carried out, but the mechanism still exists).
VoIP network conformity check
The OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 is a native IP product when using a CPU-CS, CS-2 or Appliance
Server and in the case of hardware mixing. All signaling exchanged between the Call Server and the
Media Gateways or ACT Media Gateways is transported over IP. It guarantees a reliable IP
connection and respects the VoIP criteria (delay, jitter, packet loss) for VoIP configurations.
VoIP conformity tests are compulsory before deploying the VoIP solution; consult the VoIP
Engineering section on Business Portal for the methodology, recommendations and tools to
secure the VoIP installation. In particular, the VoIP Assessment tool for VoIP Audit and
diagnostic help guide are strongly recommended (available in the Brest training catalog).
CAUTION
With the "Modem, Fax, Data transparency over IP" feature, it is mandatory that the IP network is
almost perfect; see technical communication TC0712 Modem, Fax, Data transparency over IP.
5.4
Recommendations and security
The security rules and recommendations for securing the access and using the system are described
in the System Documentation "Security" section.
The IP services and port numbers used by the system are also available in this section.
5.5
DECT
Each system equipped with DECT needs a unique PARI configured in the system. To obtain the
PARI, consult the e-Flash eND03007D on Business Portal.
Information about DECT licenses in case of migration.
If you have an OmniPCX 4400 with DECT, you will find the number of DECT sets in the lock 82 (no
lock 175 and no lock 200).
If you make a migration to OmniPCX Enterprise, you will be able to see locks 82, 175 and 200.
During this migration, if you update the number of DECT sets, only locks 82 and 175 will change,
the lock 200 will keep the value of the number of DECT sets present in OmniPCX 4400
configuration.
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Example:
OmniPCX 4400 with 50 DECT sets:
Lock 82 = 50.
Migration to OmniPCX Enterprise:
Lock 82 = Lock 175 = 50
Lock 200 = 50.
If you change the number of DECT sets from 50 to 60:
=> Lock 82 = Lock 175 = 60
=> Lock 200 = 50.
In that case the maximum declarable of DECT sets is the value of the lock 82 (or 175) but not the
sum of locks 82 and 200 or the sum of locks 175 and 200.
Before upgrade, make sure that the value of the licenses matches the number of
DECT users. So, if you have more DECT users than the value of the license you have
to make an add-on with Actis to increase the license.
6.
CONDITIONS FOR INSTALLATION IN NETWORK
As of Release 10.0, the RTP direct mode in network is activated by default and can’t
be de-activated (the parameter has been removed).
In case of migration to Release 10.0, the RTP direct mode will be automatically
activated.
The complete ABC-F network must be managed in accordance and all devices /
boards incompatible with RTP direct mode in network removed before the
migration. As a consequence, systems in Release up to 5.0 Ux can not be in a
network having a PBX in Release 10.0.
As of Release 8.0, the limit capacities of the system have changed.
The increase of these capacities can generate an increase in the number of
equipment by Call Server.
Beyond 27000 equipments, a system is regarded as XL or "Large Capacity".
This limit is determined by Actis. If this limit is exceeded, Actis sets the PARA_MAO 24
to 1 (Large Capacity configuration).
Two types of systems are to be considered as of Release 8.0:
• System of which the number of equipment does not exceed 27000 (identified with
2 bytes) : idem Release 7.1
• System of which the number of equipment exceeds 27000 (identified with 4
bytes): System considers as XL or 'Large Capacity"
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Network interworking
Each node of a network must be in Release 8.0 or higher if one of conditions below
exist on one of node of the network:
• A R8.0 node or higher in XL mode
• 50 000 users and more in network
• 1000 entities and more on a node of network
• 200 DDI translator ranges and more on one node of network
• 50 NPD and more on one node of network
• 30 DCT and more on one node of network
As the T38 fax mode between Media Gateways is implemented only in Releases
8.0.1 (since patch G1.503.35), 9.0, 9.1 and 10.0, no faxes exchange will be possible
via IP between a Release 10.0 node with NGP boards and nodes in Release prior to
8.0.1 during the temporary progressive migration phase.
Networked interworking rules for a system in Release 10.0 of which the number of
equipment does not exceed 27000 (identified with 2 bytes), have evolve compared to a
system in Release 7.1 as described hereafter.
As of Release 7.0 and with the implementation of name using UTF-8 format, the networked
interworking rules have evolved.
It is authorized to operate a Release 10.0 in a single sub-network only with systems having at least
the versions below:
• R9.1 : I1.605.12
• R9.0 : H1.301.24
• R8.0.1 : G1.503.9
• R8.0 : G1.302.5
• R7.1 : F5.401.7
• R7.0 : F4.401.13
• R6.2 : F3.301.16.e (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
• R6.1.1 : F2.502.12.d (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
• R6.0.1 : F1.603.1.z (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
Cohabitation in a single sub-network of a Release 10.0 with Releases 5.1.x, 6.x, 7.x is only
authorized temporarily to allow progressive migration to the latest supported release (in case of
5.1.x and 6.0, UTF-8 must not be activated in the network).
Cohabitation in a single sub-network of a Release 10.0 with Releases < 5.0 Ux, 5.0 Ux, 5.0 Lx is not
authorized.
During progressive migration and depending on certain topologies and hardware
used, there may be poor audio quality; see chapter 7 .
If using a CCS multi-site, each node must be in Release 10.0.
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As of Release 7.0, the number of entities and IP domains changes to 1000 (in
Releases < 6.2, the number of entities is 255 and the number of IP domains is 128).
In a network, these limits are allowed only if each node of the network is in Release
6.2 or higher.
In Release 10.0 and on each node of the network (whatever their version)
cohabiting with R10.0:
− LIOE and TSC-LIOE boards must be replaced by INTIP or INTIP3 boards.
− INT1and INT2 boards must be replaced by INTOF/INTOF2 boards.
If using Gigabit sets, refer to the technical communication TC1090 Wrong IP Touch
Ethernet port speed negotiation to know the versions to be used on the nodes in
release lower than 10.0.
6.1
Installation of Release 10.0 in network with Releases 5.1.x, 6.x, 7.x and 8.0
During the cohabitation period you must prohibit:
− broadcasting of the database and not carry out any audit,
− on the Release 10.0 node, sending of the names in UTF-8 format in the network (set the
Enable UTF8 in ABCF network system parameter to False) if a node is not in a UTF-8
compatible version (see above).
Releases 5.1.x, 6.x, 7.x and 8.x are allowed to cohabite temporarily in a sub-network environment
with Release 10.0 to allow progressive migration, with the following restrictions:
•
The Enhanced Voice Quality (Framing VoIP) parameter must be identical on each
node of the network.
•
The LIOE and TSC-LIOE boards are not authorized in heterogeneous network functioning.
•
The H323 Inter-node protocol parameter must be set to Yes.
•
The Direct RTP (in network) parameter must be set to Yes.
•
See table in 7.4.2 .
•
If NGP boards are present in the Release 10.0 node, no faxes exchange via IP will be
possible between this Release 10.0 node and nodes in Releases 5.1.x / 6.x / 7.x, as these
releases don’t support the T38 fax mode between Media Gateways.
Note
Release 5.0 Ux cannot cohabite, even shortly, in a sub-network environment with Release 10.0, as it
does not support RTP direct mode in network.
6.2
Installation of Release 10.0 in network Releases 8.0.1, 9.0 and 9.1
Releases 8.0.1, 9.0 and 9.1 are compatible with Release 10.0 in a sub-network environment, with
the following restrictions:
− Minimum compatible versions:
• R9.1 : I1.605.12
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•
•
R9.0 : H1.301.24
R8.0.1 : G1.503.9
− The H323 Inter-node protocol parameter must be set to Yes.
− The Direct RTP (in network) parameter must be set to Yes.
− The T38 only parameter has to be managed in coherency amongst the sub-network. This
parameter for the protocol to be used when sending faxes between Media Gateways is supported
in all patches of Releases 9.0 and 9.1 and in 8.0.1 only from patch G1.503.35. NGP boards
support only the T38 fax mode between Media Gateways.
6.3
Audit/Broadcast
− Audit
All the tables not implemented in a Release generate the message below in the results of the
audit for these tables:
Not Audited: Not implemented in the version but does not cause a
blockage of the audit.
− Broadcast
On receipt of an unknown object in a Release, an error is signaled and an incident is generated.
Note
Although the audit and the broadcasting must be inhibited during the period of cohabitation, for
information purposes, these errors can be deleted by the versions below or higher:
• E2.404.b
• E2.502.2.e
• E2.504.1.e
The following tables are not broadcast:
• inst/desc/SIO parameters
• data/data prefix
• inst/desc/free numbers range list
6.4
Compatibility of external applications
In a heterogeneous network, it is essential to align the application versions with
those of Release 10.0.
See paragraph 7.9 for the versions of applications compatible with Release 10.0.
Certain applications are no more supported by Release 10.0; see paragraph 5.1.
7.
COMPATIBILITIES
7.1
Reminder on boards supporting the Transit function and the direct RTP
The Transit function allows a reduction in the time introduced by a compression and decompression.
This function is only available with the G723 and G729 algorithms.
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LIO P/B/X COMP6 (1) (2)
LIO P/B/X COMP2 (2)
LIOE (3)
INTIP or INTIP2
GD or GA
GD3, GA3 or INTIP3
Support of transit function (4)
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Support of direct RTP function
Not applicable
Not applicable
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
(1) The LIO P/B/X-COMP6 board is not compatible in R6.x and R7.x. It is not authorized in a
network with INTIP or GA/GD.
(2) The LIOP/B/X boards are supported by Release 7.1 but can no more be configured for addition
or for new installation.
(3) The LIOE board is no more authorized in heterogeneous network.
(4) There is no transit in G711 but packetization/depacketization.
7.2
Delay (in one direction) introduced by IP gateways
In G711: Average delay of 100 ms for GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2
Average delay of 71 ms for GD3/GA3/INTIP3
(60 ms for an IP Phone (e-Reflexes/ series 8))
In G729: Average delay of 120 ms for GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2
Average delay of 72 ms for GD3/GA3/INTIP3
(70 ms for an IP Phone (e-Reflexes/ series 8))
In G723: Average delay of 150 ms for GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2
Average delay of 95 ms for GD3/GA3/INTIP3
(90 ms for an IP Phone (e-Reflexes/ series 8))
In addition to the here above mentioned full NGP and full "GD/INTIP" configurations, the mixed case
between a GD3/GA3/INTIP3 board and a GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2 board will introduce the
following one way average delay:
In G711
85 ms
In G729
93 ms
In G723
130 ms
Transit: approx. 20 ms (there is no transit in G711)
Note: All the figures given for the delay have been measured in a case without background noise
and IP disturbance.
7.3
Delay (in one direction) from an IP Phone towards a set behind ACT or eMG
For GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2 boards:
In G711
approx. 80 ms
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In G729
approx. 100 ms
25
In G723
approx. 120 ms
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For GD3/GA3/INTIP3 boards:
In G711
approx. 71 ms
7.4
In G729
approx. 72 ms
In G723
approx. 95 ms
ABC-F2 compatibility depending on the hardware and the type of configuration
used (with or without compressed voice)
The table in paragraph 7.4.2 presents cases of connection allowing an acceptable audio
quality to be obtained (greater than index 3 of the MOS). The prohibitions in the table are not
linked to problems setting up calls, only to obtaining an acceptable audio quality.
In this table you will find a summary of the different configurations authorized in ABC-F2 (from an
audio point of view) between Releases 5.1 and 10.0. This table takes into account both a connection
in VoIP and a T2, T0 or T1 type wire connection.
7.4.1 Rules used in the tables
Note
In this document, "Direct RTP" corresponds to "Direct RTP in network".
• A maximum delay of 200 ms "One way" (one way, IP equipment + network) is authorized
through IP (400 ms in Round Trip Delay). Beyond that, voice quality deteriorates.
• There can not be more than two passages in G711 during a call.
• The LIO P/B/X boards are prohibited once there are Media Gateway boards (except in
certain cases where the connection is made through a Crystal IP Media Gateway).
• The LIOE are not supported since Release 6.0 nor on any node of a network cohabiting with
Release 7.1 (whatever their versions even they allow it) minimum.
• H323 terminals are only compatible with configurations which allow to have a maximum delay
of 200 ms "One way".
• Direct RTP is available for H323 equipment and all OmniPCX Enterprise Gateways (GDx, GAx,
INTIPx) for voice and Fax T38.
• The management of H323 direct RTP on OmniPCX Enterprise must be carefully enabled since all
H323 terminals of the installation must be able to reroute the H245 RTP flow called "Empty
Terminal Capability Set" or "Voice Path Replacement".
• In ABC-F networked configuration, all the nodes must be in Release 7.1 minimum to benefit the
direct RTP for H323 terminals on all the nodes.
• No direct RTP between SIP set and a H323 terminal.
• No direct RTP between H323 terminals with different compression algorithms (for instance case
of H323 terminal in G723 or G729 calling a 4645 in G711).
• Only a single compression & decompression is authorized with GD/INTIP boards (use of
the G723/G729 algorithm and one or two transits). Two compressions/decompressions are
authorized only in cases of a call on VPN overflow (only used in an emergency).
• In configuration full NGP, a double compression & decompression will correspond to a
MOS of 3.4 (resp. 3.6) in G729 (resp. G723). Configurations with more compression &
decompression will lead to a one way delay higher than 200 ms and thus are not authorized.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
In mixed configurations, ie with IP connections between NGP and GD/INTIP boards, only a
single compression & decompression is authorized in case G723 is used, due to delay
considerations. In case of G729, a double compression & decompression will correspond to a
MOS of 3.4. In this last case, configurations with more compression & decompression will lead
to a one way delay higher than 200 ms and thus are not authorized.
In case of TDM link between two nodes, in order to limit the number of
compression/decompression when sets of both nodes are involved in MyTeamwork conferences
(and keep an acceptable voice quality), it is required to use G711 between the TDM link and
MyTeamwork server (mandatory rule).
The table takes into account configurations using the G723/G729 compression/decompression
algorithm or configurations that do not use compression or which are in G711.
With the IP rack server, there are considered to be at least two IP items of equipment (1 GD + 1
IP Phone or 2 GDs).
SIP is not authorized in configurations if the Direct RTP is disabled.
The internode VoWLAN calls (via VoIP hybrid link) are not authorized if the Direct RTP is
disabled.
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7.4.2 Table of ABC-F2 compatibility
In case a Release 10.0 node (J1.410.34.c minimum) is connected in VoIP ABC-F2 (with or without
compression) with another node in Release lower or equal to Release 10.0, there is no restriction as
the Direct RTP in network is used.
The following table refers to the use of a TDM (T0/T1/T2) link between a Release 10.0 node and
another node in Release lower or equal to Release 10.0.
NGP
non NGP
Mix
G711
G723
G729
G711
G723
G729
G711
G723
G729
G711
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
NGP
G723
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y (2)
G729
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
G711
Y
Y
Y
Y
N (1)
N (1)
Y
N
Y (2)
non NGP
G723
N
N
N
N (1)
N (1)
N (1)
N
N
N
G729
Y
N
Y
N (1)
N (1)
N (1)
N
N
N
G711
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y (2)
Mix
G723
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
G729
Y
Y (2)
Y
Y (2)
N
N
Y (2)
N
Y (2)
(1) In case Crystal IP (ACT) Media Gateway with INTIP boards is present on both nodes, transit
function can be used and thus the configuration is authorized. In all other cases, it is not
authorized, except if Crystal IP (ACT) Media Gateway with INTIP can be added in order to use
transit function.
(2) In case the TDM access is declared on a NGP Media Gateway (Common Hardware or Crystal),
there is no restriction. Otherwise, if the TDM access is declared on a non NGP Media Gateway
(Common Hardware or Crystal) and there is another non NGP Media Gateway (Common
Hardware or Crystal) in this node, the configuration is not authorized (too important one way
delay) unless the transit function can be used (case of INTIP).
Notes
1. In the here above table, "non NGP" stands for GD/GD2/GA/GA2/INTIP/INTIP2 and NGP for
GD3/GA3/INTIP3. "Mix" corresponds to a node with a mix of NGP and non NGP Media
Gateways (Common hardware and/or Crystal).
2. As a general remark, in case of nodes linked with TDM link, it is recommended, when it is
possible, to declare the access of this link on Crystal IP (ACT) Media Gateway with exclusively
INTIP board, in order to benefit from the transit function of INTIP (reminder: this function is
not present on INTIP3).
If the ACT, where the TDM access is declared, contains a mix of INTIP and INTIP3 (and on the
other node, the access is declared on an ACT with INTIP or a mix of INTIP and INTIP3), as all
compressors are considered as part of a single set, transit function will be available only if a
compressor on INTIP is used. Otherwise a compression / decompression or packetisation /
depacketisation will be done due to the use of the INTIP3. In the above table, for this specific
configuration, refer to the INTIP3 case.
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7.5
Network & VoIP compatibility
7.5.1 ABC-F2 trunk group compatibility summary
< Release 5.0 Ux
Release 5.0 Ux
Release 5.0 Lx
Releases
5.1.x
6.x
7.x
8.0
8.0.1
(1)
Releases
9.0
9.1
Release 10.0
ABC trunk group only
Observation
No progressive migration to a network
UTF-8 compatibility: set the New Local Name
UTF-8 for users system parameter to False
No Total compatibility
See table in 7.4.2
but progressive migration Audit/Broadcast: E2.404.b - E2.502.2.e authorized (1)
E2.504.1.e
UTF-8 compatibility: Set the Enable UTF8 in
ABCF network system parameter to False if a
node is in a non-compatible UTF-8 version
Set the Direct RTP and H323 Internode
Protocol system parameters to True in all nodes
Total
See table in 7.4.2
ABC-F compatibility
Refer to the technical communication TC1090
(2)
Wrong IP Touch Ethernet port speed negotiation if
using Gigabit sets
Set the Direct RTP and H323 Internode
Protocol system parameters to True in all nodes
(1) This Release is no more supported. Only the progressive migration is allowed.
(2) See Appendix 2.
7.5.2 Number of compressors/algorithms that can be used with INTIPx and GDx/GAx
The term INTIP (resp. GD, GA) concerns INTIP boards as well as INTIP2 (resp. GD2, GA2).
REMINDER
LIO P/B/X COMP6 and LIOE boards are prohibited as soon as there is a node in R7.1 in the
network. Moreover, the LIO P/B/X -COMP6 boards are not authorized in a network with
INTIP or GA/GD.
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INTIP with
2 daughter
boards
(1 & 2)
GD or GA
GD3 or
GA3 with 1
daughter
board
INTIP3 with
3 daughter
boards (3)
32 ms echo
cancellation
128 ms echo
cancellation
32 ms echo
cancellation
128 ms echo
cancellation
GIP6A
GIP6
GIP4-1
GIP4-4
MCV8
MCV24
MADA-1
MADA-3
G711
With or w/out VAD
14
56
16
60
8
24
8
24
G723.1
With or w/out VAD
14
56
16
60
7
21
8
24
G729
With or w/out VAD
14
56
16
60
7
21
8
24
128 ms echo
cancellation
Armada
60
60
60
128 ms echo
cancellation
Armada
120
120
120
(1) It is not authorized to have two daughter boards of different types on a same INTIP board.
(2) The echo delay is not configurable, it depends on the hardware used.
(3) Only the INTIP3A can have up to 3 daughter boards (1 daughter board maximum for INTIP3B).
In case embedded encryption is managed on INTIP3A, only 1 daughter board maximum can be
used (i.e. maximum 60 compressors instead of 120).
7.6
Alcatel-Lucent 4635 voice mail compatibility
CAUTION
Check the compatibility of backplanes; refer to the technical communication TC0155 Compatibility
of Alcatel 4635 with OmniPCX 4400 backplanes (Reminder of restrictions).
Below is a reminder of the compatibility between Alcatel-Lucent 4635 and OmniPCX Enterprise
R10.0 software.
OmniPCX Enterprise
Release
Ø
10.0
OmniPCX Enterprise
Release
Ø
10.0
VPCPU
SCSI Disk
VPCPU-1
IDE Disk
VPS35
16 MB RAM
VPS35 (Note)
32 MB RAM
VPM35 (Note)
32 MB RAM
Incompatible
Incompatible
Incompatible
Incompatible
Incompatible
VPM35
64 MB RAM
Mini
Maxi
5.2.6
5.4.9
VPU5
16 ports
Mini
Maxi
5.2.6
5.4.9
VPU6 (ROHS)
16 ports
Mini
Maxi
5.3.1
5.4.9
Notes
− VPS35 board is replaced by the VPU6 board for any migration towards OmniPCX Enterprise
R10.0.
− IMAP (A4635 version 5.2.6 or higher) and VPIM (A4635 version 5.1.4) require 64 MB of RAM.
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− Any problem found on a mini or intermediate version as regards maximum version must be the
subject of a realignment of the maximum version before escalating the problem.
7.7
Hardware compatibility
As of Release 5.1, the mixing of hardware (crystal hardware & common hardware) is authorized.
− In the case of a CPU-CS or an Appliance Server, a single Crystal IP Media Gateway can be
connected in the main zone to support operations such as 4635H2-J, DECT8, etc. Voice Hub,
M1 or M2 are the supported cabinets.
− In the case of a CPU-CS or an Appliance Server with Crystal IP Media Gateways in the peripheral
zone, there are no restrictions.
− In the case of an Appliance Server controlling crystal hardware in the main zone, there are no
restrictions on the hardware used
In case of Multi-Countries systems, only Common Hardware can be used for secondary countries.
Besides, in such configurations, Call Server and Passive Call Server functions can only be done with
Appliance Server or CS-2 board.
REMINDER
As of R5.0 Lx, only 1U and 3U shelf racks can be used: 2U shelf racks are not authorized.
For more details, see technical communications TC0418 Compatibilities & Evolutions.
7.7.1 CPU boards
CPU2, CPU3 Step1/Step2/Step3 and CPU5 Step1/Step2/Step3 boards are not
compatible with Release 10.0.
CPU6 Step2 128 MB boards can be used with either the hardware key (dongle) or with the
CPU-Id (software key). The CPU7 can only be used with the CPU-Id.
The table below indicates the editions of compatible boards.
REMINDER
The CPU5 boards have only a 10 Mbits Half Duplex Ethernet interface.
CPU6 Step2
CPU7
CPU7-2
3BA 23197 BAAB
3BA 23197 BAWB
3BA 23197 BABB
3BA 23197 BAXB
3BA 23197 BACB
3BA 23197 BAYB
3BA 23197 BADB
3BA 23197 BAEB
3BA 23259 AA
3BA 23259 ABJE
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Using the
hardware key
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Using the
CPU-Id
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Update possible of the CPUs in
after-sales service
Yes, becomes 3BA 23197 BAWB
Not applicable
Yes, becomes 3BA 23197 BAXB
Not applicable
Yes, becomes 3BA 23197 BAYB
Not applicable
Yes, becomes 3BA 23197 BAEB
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
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For more details on the CPU6 Step2, refer to the technical communication TC0230 CPU6 Step2
board – 3BA 23197 AA.
CPU7-2 boards are only compatible from Release 7.1.
7.7.2 Common Hardware CPU boards
As of Release 8.0, CPU-CS boards must be equipped with 256 MB RAM:
References:
Single SDRAM 256 MB: 3EH 75056 AA
CPU-CS board equipped with 256 MB RAM: 3EH 73048 BB
CS-2 CPU boards are supported as of Release 9.0 (from patch H1.301.31.b). To install a software
on a CS-2 board, PC Installer must be in version 2.24 minimum ; refer to the technical
communication TC1212 CS-2 board introduction.
7.7.3 Appliance Server
Only Alcatel-Lucent recommended Appliance Servers are to be used.
Status Phase to "Out": no more in OmniPCX Enterprise catalog
O = Supported by the Release and in catalog
S = Supported by the Release but no more in catalog
N = Non supported by the Release
* = Only on addition
Model
IBM 305
IBM X306
IBM X306M
IBM X3250
IBM X3250-M2
IBM X3250-M3
HP DL320 G5
HP DL320 G5p
HP DL320 G6
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Phase
Status
Out
Out
Out
Out
Appliance Server
OmniPCX Enterprise
R6.2/R7.0
R7.1
R8.0.x
S
S
S (2)
S
S
S (2)
O (1)
O
O (2)
N
O
O (2)
N
O (5)
O (4)
N
N
O
N
N
O (2)
N
N
O (3)
N
N
N
R9.0
S (2)
S (2)
S (2)
O (2)
O
O (6)
O (2)
O
O (6)
R9.1/R10.0
S (2)
S (2)
S (2)
O (2)
O
O (7)
O (2)
O
O (7)
Minimum version = F3.301.16.d
Memory size = 1 GB
Minimum version = G1.503.11
Minimum version = G1.503.16.a
Minimum version = F5.401.36.d
Minimum version = H1.301.42.a
Minimum version = I1.605.16.c
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Model
IBM X305
References
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00438 AA
IBM reference (in case of external purchase): Model Type : 8673-62X
IBM X306
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 AB
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.17.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
IBM X306M
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 AC
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.21.
(Note)
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
IBM X3250
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00617 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
(Note)
The IBM X3250 Appliance Server must not be equipped with SAS HW RAID
(LSI chipset - RAID 0,1) option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
IBM X3250 M2 Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 BA
(Note)
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
IBM X3250 M2 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
IBM X3250 M3 Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 CA
(Note)
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
IBM X3250 M3 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
HP DL320 G5 Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00678 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
(Note)
The HP Proliant DL320 G5 Appliance Server must not be equipped with
RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
HP DL320 G5p Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27704 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
(Note)
HP Proliant DL320 G5p Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID
option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
HP DL320 G6 Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA27704 CA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
(Note)
HP Proliant DL320 G6 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID
option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
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Note
The "Load Balancing" mode is supported by these models.
In migrating a system with Appliance Server from a release less than 8.0, check that it has 1 GB of
memory. Otherwise, additional memory has to be ordered through an IBM reseller and installed on
the Appliance Server.
•
IBM X306: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/xbc/cog/Withdrawn/x306/x306mem.html
•
IBM X306m: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/xbc/cog/Withdrawn/x306m/x306mmem.html
7.7.4 Hard disk capacity
A hard disk with a minimum of 10 GB must be used.
7.7.5 USB keys compliant with CPU7-2, Appliance Server and Blade Server
USB keys, for save and restore on USB key, are compatible as of Release 7.1 with CPU7-2,
Appliance Server and Blade Server only. The USB connector of CS-2 CPU board is unused.
Note
Hard disk on USB is not supported.
7.7.6 IO2 board
The IO2 and IO2N boards must be flashed with a boot of at least version 4.0.
7.7.7 INTIP board
The term INTIP concerns INTIP boards as well as INTIP2.
Since Release 5.0 Ux, the INTIP board can be used either in full duplex or in half duplex.
As of Release 5.1, direct RTP is possible with INTIPs.
Since Release 4.2, the INTIP board is multi-functional: IP Phones, Remote IP and VoIP link.
The functioning with a LIOE board is not authorized.
As soon as the migration is completed, you should set the IP services so that the new services
provided by the INTIP board since R4.2 can be used; refer to the System documentation.
The INTIPB board can function at 100 Mbits in all types of shelves. For VH and WM1 cabinets, the
operation depends on the version used; see the table below.
The INTIP board does not function with LIOP/B/X COMP6 in a single network.
Transit is possible between INTIP - LIO P/B/X COMP2.
The INTIP board can not be used with the Ethernet embedded (a CBC1 10/100 connector must be
used).
The CBCA connectors of the LIOE board should not be used to connect an INTIP
board.
The INTIPA board can be used at 100 Mbits. With a VH, it is essential to use the Patch Panel 10/100
Mbits Reference 3BA23244 AAAA 01.
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Compatibility at 100 Mbits of VH and WM1 shelves for use of CPU6 Step2 and CPU7 boards.
The CPU7 board is not allowed in a VH cabinet.
All types of shelves are or will be compatible at 100 Mbits. For VH and WM1 cabinets, compatibility
at 100 Mbits is available with the following references:
Designation
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 48V
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 48V - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 90W
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 90W - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 48V
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 48V - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 90W
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 90W - USA
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 110/230V
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 110/230V - USA
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 48V
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 48V - USA
WM1 Batteries batch 1.2 Ah battery autonomy
WM1 Batteries batch 1.2 Ah battery autonomy - USA
Reference
3BA 56191 AN
3BA 56191 UN
3BA 56193 AN
3BA 56193 UN
3BA 56192 AN
3BA 56192 UN
3BA 56194 AN
3BA 56194 UN
3BA 27112 AN
3BA 27112 UN
3BA 27113 AN
3BA 27113 UN
3BA 57106 AC
3BA 57106 UB
Note
If the shelves referenced above are not used, the CPU6 Step2 and CPU7 boards only function at a
maximum of 10 Mbits.
7.7.8 NGP boards
This general naming concerns GD3, GA3, PowerMEX as well as INTIP3 boards.
Pay attention to always stop the software with shutdown –h now or the stop button
before unplugging a GD3/GA3/INTIP3 board. Direct unplug is forbidden.
In a Common Hardware Media Gateway, no mix between NGP boards and previous hardware
(GD, GA, MEX) is authorized. If one board has to be replaced, all the other ones will have to be
replaced.
In a Crystal Media Gateway, mix between INTIP3 and the previous INTIP/INTIP2 is authorized,
except that for main and stand-by function the same kind of boards have to be used.
All the previous compression daughter boards (MCV, MADA, GIP) are incompatible with NGP
boards as well as Armada daughter board is incompatible with GD/GA/INTIP boards.
HSL, Slanx-4 and AFU daughter boards are compatible with common hardware NGP boards.
The 10/100/1000 Base-T connector for INTIP3 is incompatible with INTIP/INTIP2 as well as the
10/100 connector for INTIP/INTIP2 is incompatible with INTIP3.
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INTIP3A boards provide up to 120 compressors. If Soft-MSM feature is used, then the maximum
number of compressor is 60.
The V24 console cable for NGP boards is the same as the one used for CS / GD boards.
GD3, GA3, PowerMEX are authorized only in shelves with external battery (rule
taken into account by Actis 15).
In case of shelves with internal battery, Actis will continue to configure GD/GA/MEX
boards.
References of the current Common Hardware media Gateway shelves without internal battery:
Designation
Rack module 1 - 110V/230V (without internal battery)
Rack module 1 - 48V (without charger & battery)
Rack module 3 - 230V (without internal battery)
Rack module 3 - 48V (without charger & battery)
Reference
3BA 00404 AB
3BA 00404 AV
3BA 00406 AB
3BA 00406 AV
The USB connector, present on NGP boards, is not taken into account by the board binary.
NGP boards provide two 10/100/1000 Base-T connectors. Either Ethernet connector can be used
but not both in the same time: currently Ethernet redundancy is not available on NGP boards.
The DIP switch on the NGP boards has not to be modified. The only reason for
which it could be modified on GD/GA boards was to enter in LOLA mode: with NGP
boards, this mode is useless as a flash format is automatically performed when a
network boot is done. Besides this component is quite fragile.
7.7.9 INT1/INT2 boards
In Release 10.0, INT1and INT2 boards must be replaced by INTOF/INTOF2 boards.
7.7.10 Negotiation of speed of Ethernet interfaces
Refer to the technical communication TC0680 Risk of wrong negotiation of speed and duplex mode
of Ethernet interfaces for INTIPs, GA & GD after software upgrades.
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7.8
Subdevices & IP Phone compatibility (Reprom reference/Binary version)
Subdevice 2G
Subdevice 3G
Subdevice
series 9
IP Phone
Subdevice
ROHS
Type
Asynchronous V24 (4083 ASM)
Asynchronous V24 (4083 ASP)
Asynchronous V24
Synchronous V24 (4083 SYV)
Synchronous X21 (4083 SYX)
Non-powering S0 (4084 IS)
Z behind UA (4085)
A4091 CTI
A4093 ASY-CTI
A4094 ISW
A4094 ISW-CTI
A4095 AP
S0 behind series 9 and UA TDM
AP behind series 9 and UA TDM
A4097
A4098 RE (1)
A4098 FRE
A4093 ASY-CTI
Use
V24/V110/V14
V24/V110/V120
MAC/PC
V24 (adapt. V35/V36)
X21
S0
Z set
CTI
V24 (V110, V14) + CTI
S0
S0 + CTI
Z behind UA
S0
Z behind series 9 and UA
Subdevice DECT + CTI
TSC-IP / IP Phone V1
TSC-IP / IP Phone V1S
V24 (V110, V14) + CTI
behind UA TDM for visually
impaired attendant console
Reprom Reference
V24 A1 3.01
V24 A2 2.06
MPC 3.10
V24 S1 1.04
X21 1.01
S0 3.14
1.09
OSI 4.211
V24 A1 3.01 / OSI 4.204
S0 4.05
S0 3.16 / OSI 4.06
OSI 4.211
1.51
5.2
3.0
(1) IP V1 (4098 RE) sets are no more supported from Release 6.0.
Refer to the technical communication TC1090 Wrong IP Touch Ethernet port speed negotiation if
using Gigabit sets.
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7.9
Application compatibility
Applications
PC Installer (Note 2)
Security Center / Personalization center
A4058 (SBC)
A4059 (Multimedia operator)
A4059 IP (MMK USB Keyboard)
MMK keyboard (A4059)
TA/MAC (A4059)
MMK keyboard (A4049)
TA/PAC (A4049)
4059 Management
PC client
A4615
A4635H2
A4635J (VPU5)
A4635J (VPU6)
OmniTouch Premium Edition
OTCC Standard Edition - CCA
OTCC Standard Edition - CCTA
OTCC Standard Edition - CCZ
OTCC Standard Edition - CCIVR
OTCC Standard Edition - CCO
OTCC SE - CCO Agent Scripting Editor
OTCC Standard Edition - CCS&CCS Light
OTCC Standard Edition - CCS Server
OTCC SE - ASM External Server
OTCC Standard Edition - WBM
A4735
A4736
A4715 (Charging)
A4730/4740 (Management)
A4755
OmniVista 4760
SIP Device Management Server
OmniVista 8770
Alcatel Audio Station (AAS)
Visual Messenger R2
Alcatel Unified Messaging 2.3
OmniTouch Unified Communication
OmniTouch 8400 ICS
OmniTouch 8450 FS (R5)
OmniTouch 8450 FS (R6)
OmniTouch 8460 ACS
Notification Server R2
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Released version
2.26
3.2
1.2.01
1.2.01
No more supported
5.1.2
5.2.5
5.1.2
5.2.5
3.8
3.8
4.7
4.7
3.8
3.8
2.1
2.1
No more supported
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
(No more supported as of Release 6.2)
5.2.6
5.4.9 (Note 3)
5.2.6
5.4.9 (Note 3)
5.3.1
5.4.9 (Note 3)
3.0.303
GCE 4.0.204
9.0.8.1
10.0.8.0
8.0.0
10.0.0
No more supported
No more supported
9.1.0 PL2
9.1.0.11 (Win 2003) / 10.0.0.0
(Win 2008)
9.0.1.0
9.1.0.0 (Win 2003) / 10.0.0.0
(Win 2008)
9.0.1
9.0.2
9.0.90.2
10.0.90.1
9.0
10.0
8.0.0
10.0.0
9.0.0.0
10.0.0.0
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
5.1.06.03.c
5.2.01.03.d
1.2.000.020
1.2.000.020
1.0.18.03.b
1.0.20.01.b
7.2.3
7.2.3
No more supported as of Release 6.0
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
5.1.000.574
5.1.000.585
6.0.000.683.b
6.2.000.104.a
5.6.3.31
5.6.3.31
6.0.1.45
6.5.6.26
7.1.4b4033
8.0.3.b5559
No more supported
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Applications
TAPI Premium Server R3
TSAPI Premium Server
XML Web Services
Wizard for common hardware / crystal
hardware
Datcol
Minimum version (Note 1)
Released version
3.2.2
3.3.4
6.3.0 / 6.3.1 (Note 4)
6.4.7
Same as OTUC / OT 8400 ICS
No more supported
No more supported as of Release 5.1 (see § 5)
Notes
1 Allows operation with Release 10.0 but in the event of problem, the update in the released version
will be required before any investigation.
2 CS-2 (resp. GD3, GA3, INTIP3) boards are taken into account by PC Installer from version 2.24.
3 The IMAP function is available from A4635 version 5.2.6.
The VPU function is available from A4635 version 5.1.4.
4 For XL configurations, the minimum version is 6.3.1.
7.10 OEM/External equipment compatibility
7.10.1 UPS
In the case of a local 110 Volt power supply, the following MGE UPSs are compatible with the
Appliance Server concerning power cuts and battery management:
− Pulsar Evolution (Serial)
− Pulsar ESV+
− Pulsar EX
− Pulsar ES+
− Pulsar EXtreme C
− Pulsar / Comet EXtreme
− Comet / Galaxy (Serial)
The UPSs referenced in the catalog are not compatible for countries using 110/127V.
7.10.2 V24 over IP ("Moxa" unit)
On the CPU of the Call Server, a single V24 port is available and reserved for the local console. If
an application needs a V24 connection with the Call Server (AHL over V24, real time alarms, etc.),
then the "Moxa Nport Server Lite" unit must be used.
This item allows V24 calls over IP with the Call Server. Four DB9 connectors are available on the
unit. See the System documentation for management of this equipment.
7.10.3 T38 Fax over IP
T38 Fax over IP operation is supported with the MP-102 equipment version 4.0 for Fax
transmissions only.
See the technical communication TC0336 Setting the T38 fax over IP application (with MP-102
version 4.0).
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T38 Fax over SIP operation is supported with the MP-112 equipment. The transfer in TCP mode is
not allowed, the UDP one must be used.
From Release 9.0 on, an analog set behind a MP-118 must be set as "SIP Extension". A fax behind a
MP-118 will remain in "SIP Device" (formerly "External Set").
7.10.4 SIP Survivability
The version of SIP proxy servers tested with this feature is the following:
• AudioCodes MP-118 : 5.20A.026.007
• Cisco 2801 SRST
: c2801-ipvoicek9-mz.124-11.XW.bin
• Teldat Atlas 150
: 10.6.47
7.10.5 LLDP-MED on IP Touch sets
The data switches, and their relative version, which have been qualified for this feature are the
following:
• Cisco Catalyst 3750 : 2.12(46)SE
• HP ProCurve 2610 : R.11.25
Refer to Technical Communication TC1290 LLDP-MED on IP Touch sets for more information
(settings, restrictions, …).
8.
CLIENT INFORMATION
The purpose of this section is to specify the changes in ergonomics or operation that will be visible to
users after changing versions.
In Release 10.0, a new ergonomics appears for the 4059 application.
− Localization: Japanese on 4059 (Windows 7)
8.1.1 Reminder of changes appeared in Release 9.1
A new ergonomics appears for some features of 40x8 sets and MIPT.
− Localization: Hebrew (only for 4028/4038/4068 sets).
− Localization: Arabic (only for 4028/4038/4068 sets), from patch I1.605.14.e.
− PERSO page displaying after a time-out.
− MIPT alarm display.
8.2
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 9.0
− External called number display after call answer (managed by a system boolean).
− Localization: Valenciano language.
− Local time display on sets located in a time zone different of CS as well as in mini-messages, the
list of non-answered calls, Wake-up/Appointment requests.
It concerns voice messages time/date stamp only for OT8440 (not 4635 and 4645).
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8.3
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 8.0 and 8.0.1
− Dial by name with IME (Input Method Editor) on 40x8 and 40x9 sets.
− Localization of softkeys on 40x8 and 40x9 sets.
− Display of Perso page on hang-up on IP Touch sets in Hotel configuration.
8.4
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 7.1
− Japanese on IP Touch 40x8 and 40x9 sets.
− Display of the names in UTF-8 format on Alcatel 4059 application.
− Applicative softkey integration on IP Touch 40x8 sets.
8.5
−
−
−
−
−
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 7.0
VoWLAN Release 2.0: New ergonomics of VoWLAN sets using the NOE set protocol.
Local name UTF-8 (Unicode Transformation Format 8) for users (25 characters).
Support of traditional Chinese (Hong Kong, Taiwan), Korean, Japanese languages.
Caller name extracted from personal directory.
Back to the top of Perso page by default.
8.6
Reminder of changes appeared in Release 6.1.1
From Release 6.1.1, new icons of supervisions are available regarding the IP Touch sets.
8.7
Reminder of changes appeared with R4.2
− Check management of the ringing melody on digital sets.
If you migrate from a release below 4.2, you should change the ringing melodies of
internal/external calls; see the technical communication TC0297 Change of external/internal
ringing melodies in Release 4.2.
8.8
Reminder of changes appeared with R4.1
− Twin set (Tandem)
• Management of "Partial Busy of the set".
• Enhancement of supervision function.
8.9
Reminder of changes appeared with R3.0
− Digital sets
• Storage of no replied local/internal calls (consulting using the message key).
• Storage of no replied ISDN calls on all sets with display: 4011, 4012, 4023, 4034, 4010,
4020, 4035.
− Attendants
• Call between attendants.
• New call statistic distribution.
− 4040 set
• This set is no more supported from Release 3.
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− UA 3G sets
• Following a translation, the existing 3G sets remain in 2G mode emulation. Their change
(where appropriate) to 3G mode is done by management (Users). The UA 3G sets created
from Release 3.2 are in 3G mode by default.
9.
PREPARATION
The purpose of this paragraph is to mention everything that the technician needs to prepare before
starting the change of version.
9.1
Checking compatibility
Before starting, it is essential to review all the applications, hardware and functionalities which
should evolve.
See paragraph 5.
9.2
Voice guides
Ensure that you have the voice guides required in Release 10.0.
9.2.1 System voice guides
The version of system voice guides compatible with the OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 is v5.3 CD-ROM
reference: 3BA 57423 AAAG.
The following files are provided on the CD-ROM:
− Voice guide transfer tool.
− Business generic voice guides in language 1.
− Business standard voice guides in language 1.
− Hotel generic voice guides in languages 2&3.
− Hotel standard voice guides in languages 2&3.
− Alcatel music on hold.
− Voice guide documentation.
They can be downloaded from the Business Portal section Customer Support > Technical Support >
Software Download > OmniPCX Enterprise > System Voice Guides.
9.2.2 Alcatel 4645 voice guides
The version of the Alcatel 4645 voice guides is v1.7. CD-ROM reference: 3BA 27588 AAAE.
The following files are provided on the CD-ROM:
− Voice guide transfer tool.
− Voice guides in 40 languages in law A.
− Voice guides in 20 languages in law μ.
− Voice guide documentation.
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They can be downloaded from the Business Portal section Customer Support > Technical Support >
Software Download > OmniPCX Enterprise > 4645.
The following languages are available:
Country
Arabic female
Arabic male
Cantonese
Catalan
Croat
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
English Australia
English United States
Finnish
Flemish
French
French Canada
German
Greek
Hungarian
Icelandic
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latvian
Lithuanian
Mandarin China
Mandarin Taiwan
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Portuguese Brazil
Romanian
Russian
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Spanish United States
Spanish Latin America
Swedish
Turkish
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AR1
AR0
CA0
ES1
HR0
CS0
DA0
NL0
EN0
AS0
US0
FI0
NL1
FR0
FR2
DE0
GR0
HU0
IS0
IT0
JP0
KR0
LV0
LT0
CN0
CN1
NO0
PL0
PT0
PT1
RO0
RU0
SK0
SI0
ES0
ES2
ES3
SV0
TR0
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9.3
OPS
The Actis version for the OmniPCX Enterprise is R16.1, the catalog is referenced E16.
The locks are based on a software key which is unique. This software key is calculated according to
the licenses and the physical number of the CPU.
To take into account the evolution of provisioning limits as of Release 8.0, software locks are
identified with 6 digits.
For each CPU-CS, CS-2, Appliance Server or CPU5 Step3, CPU6 Step2, CPU7, CPU7-2 a unique
physical number exists (called CPU or CPU-id identifier). This number is engraved in a PROM of
each CPU.
Note
In the case of a CPU6 Step2, the "hardware" key can always be used. The CPU7 board accepts only
the CPU-Id.
In the case of a CPU-CS, CS-2, Appliance Server or 4400 CPU replacement, the license files must
be updated on the system within 30 days. The description of the CPU exchange process is available
Business Portal.
In the event of a migration from ANY Release to R10.0 even without adding of license or
hardware, it is mandatory to reconfigure the system by Actis.
CAUTION
An add-on via Actis is only possible if the current Actis offer includes the .swk file (generated by eLP
then imported into Actis).
There is no check on 4760 license. The add-on is possible even if the license 4760 is not valid (list of
license without checksum).
Download the .sw4760 file from eLP then import it into Actis.
For safety reasons, put this file manually in OmniPCX Enterprise; the Photoconfig process can
retreive it.
As of Release 10.0, the Migration Release (165) lock is set to 40.
− Make a configuration request in Release 10.0 with the version OPS E16. Four or five R10.0OPS
files will be generated:
• <offer_id>.zip
• <offer_id>.swk (this file results from the eLP)
• <offer_id>.hw
• hardware.mao
• <offer_id>.sw4760 (if a 4760 is present)
− In the case of the migration of an OmniPCX 4400, the lock files of the site (photoconfig) should
be put in Actis. Actis will then allow you migrating these locks (in "Migration to OXE" Offer) by
proposing migration packages for the functionalities and hardware not supported by R10.0.
9.4
Saving the database (swinst)
In the current version, carry out the following operations.
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9.4.1 Rebuilding the database before saving
login
directory
command
mtcl
/DHS3data/mao
/DHS3bin/fab/fichges recover all (if R ≤ 1.5.2)
fichges force_recover_dico
(if R > 1.5.2)
This operation may be long and it is essential not to interrupt it while running.
9.4.2 Saving the rebuilt database
Carry out the back-up in swinst and transfer it to disk or PC.
CAUTION
− Do not choose the save option "Save for rebuilt".
− Do not use a base saved in "Automatic save".
REMARKS: On the saving of charging tickets.
Sites going from A9.5xx to R10.0 which wish to retain client tickets (hotel or hospital type) in the
‘TABJUSTIF’ files should "empty" the administrative tickets before saving as these are no more
processed as of R3.0. As of R3.0, administrative tickets are stored in compressed files.
Sites going from R1.5.2 to R10.0which already have compressed files should save them as they will
be compatible.
CAUTION
− The shelves already created in position 18 and 19 must be moved before the translation. If this is
not done, they will not start. In fact, when migrating from OmniPCX 4400 to OmniPCX Enterprise
R10.0 with change of CPU 4400 by an Appliance Server, there is an automatic translation of
shelves created in these 2 positions. This automatic translation does not exist if the CPU of type
4400 is retained.
− There is no automatic translation from Releases below 1.5.3 to Release 10.0. For all these
versions, it is essential to go via an intermediate translation in a release compatible with
translation to R10.0 (from R1.5.3 to R5.1.2).
− There is no automatic translation from the Custom Release 3.0C (C1.580.1) to Release 10.0. It
is essential to carry out an intermediate translation with Custom Release 3.2-C2 (C1.762.18
minimum).
9.5
Saving Chorus/Linux data
REMINDER
If there are no disk drives, the back-up version of the OmniVista 4760 tool must be used; see the
OmniVista 4760 technical documentation.
There is no automatic translation of Chorus data of Releases below R3.0. You
should not restore the Chorus data of Releases below R3.0 but perform manually a
complete netadmin.
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As the IP addressing plan has changed since Release 3, it is not possible to reuse the Chorus data
from a previous version in its current state.
The restoration of Chorus data from a release lower than 3.0 is possible only in the case of a
intermediate translation in Release ≤ R5.0.1 Ux. A translation is then carried out including the names
and addresses of the CPU and its twin, addressing by role, the local tunnel, SLIP management and
"trusted hosts".
The translation of the tunnel creates static LCNs. For a network where all nodes are in R7.1, the
static LCNs must be deleted.
9.6
Saving Actis files in the image of the site
It is essential to save the site OPS files (photoconfig). They will be required to be able to carry out
a migration to R10.0.
9.7
Saving the lanpbx.cfg file
If the lanpbx.cfg file was used in Release 3.2, it is essential to save it before passing to Release 10.0
(usr2/downbin/lanpbx.cfg). It should be restored after the translations in usr3/mao.
If forgotten, this file should be recreated.
For more information, refer to the System documentation (Functional documentation/IP-PCX
networks/IP Phones section).
Refer to the technical communication TC0150 Configuring the OmniPCX 4400 as "boot server" for IP
Phones attached to networked OmniPCX 4400.
10.
OPERATING MODE
10.1 New installation
New installations are not dealt with in this document, since in this case all the products delivered and
installed will be in the correct editions and compatible.
Particular attention should be paid in the case of networking.
See paragraphs 6 and 7 .
10.2 Updating R5.1.x, R6.x, R7.x, R8.0.x, R9.x to R10.0
After updating to R10.0, you will find the same level of functionalities as initial release.
However, certain applications require a minimum version, see paragraph 7.9 .
All the elements required for passage to R10.0 are given in paragraphs 7 to 16.
REMINDER
It is mandatory to reconfigure the system by Actis even if there is no changing of license or
hardware.
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10.3 OmniPCX 4400 migration to R10.0
Two possibilities are provided for migration of an OmniPCX 4400 to R10.0:
− Migration of an OmniPCX 4400 to R10.0, keeping the 4400 type CPU (called Migration ISO).
− Migration of an OmniPCX 4400 to R10.0, changing the 4400 type CPU for Appliance Servers
(called Migration with AS (Appliance Server)).
The migration of an OmniPCX 4400 to R10.0 offers the same level of functionalities as the R5.0 Ux,
except for three restrictions:
− As of Release 5.1, certain applications, hardware or functionalities are no more supported; see
paragraph 5.1.
− The replacing of 4400 CPUs with Appliance Servers leads to restrictions on the use of certain
functionalities; see paragraph 5.2 .
− In ISO migration, the shelves already created in position 18 and 19 must be moved before the
translation. If this is not done, they will not start. In fact, when migrating from OmniPCX 4400 to
OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 with change of CPU 4400 by an Appliance Server, there is an
automatic translation of shelves created in these 2 positions. This automatic translation does not
exist if the CPU of type 4400 is retained.
Actis is used to migrate locks (resulting from site by photoconfig) of an OmniPCX 4400, proposing
migration packages for functionalities and hardware not supported by R10.0.
10.3.1 Use of the hardware or software key
It is always possible, except on a CPU7, to use the hardware key (dongle) or to use the software key
(cpu-Id) of the CPU. The hardware or software (cpu-Id) key allows a unique encrypted key to be
calculated.
The hardware key should be forwarded in certain cases; see Hardware Support documentation.
For 30 days, a lock file can be used even if the calculated key does not correspond to the key
present on the site (to allow the exchange of CPUs).
10.3.2 Crystal hardware compatibility with an Appliance Server
See the table in paragraph 5.2 .
Technical communication TC0778 Migration OmniPCX 4400 to OmniPCX Enterprise describes the
steps necessary for transition to Release 9.1.
11.
LOADING THE SOFTWARE
11.1 Generalities
Loading is now carried out using the PC Installer tool common to all CPUs (CS, CS-2, AS and 4400
CPU). Refer to the technical communication TC1319 Installing and using the OmniPCX Enterprise PC
Installer v2.26 software.
To load the software in a CS-2 board, PC Installer application must be in version 2.24 minimum.
Besides the parameter "Type of Call Server" must be set to "CS-2".
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11.1.1 Security activated by default during a installation
As of Release 6.2, the first standard installation, a list of security levels are displayed before any
other configuration is possible.
This list proposed in a menu on the first login on Call Server, makes it possible to sensitize the
Partner Business on the policy of security which he will have chosen for the system.
The absence of security on the system, which remains always possible, will be under the whole
responsibility for the customer.
Description
On the first login after the standard installation of a Call Server, the question Do you want to
activate server security high level (Y/N)? is displayed.
An answer (Y or N) is mandatory to quit the menu.
Answer N
The following menu appears:
Select server security level :
R)
0)
1)
2)
3)
Configuration to be restored
Level_0 = no security feature activated
Level_1 = password/aging
Level_2 = password/aging + trusted hosts/TCP wrapper
Level_3 = password/aging + trusted hosts/TCP wrapper + SSH
Choice R is used to restore Linux data of the system (and thus to retain its levels of security) if this is a
migration from R5.1, R6.x.
Choice 0 is used to initialize the system with no default level of security as in R6.1.
Choices 1, 2, 3 are used to set the various levels of security already existing in R6.1 and in R7.0
by mixing between them if necessary:
• Choice 1 : Modification of passwords of root, swinst, mtcl and adfexc accounts
and enabling of the aging password function
• Choice 2 : Choice 1 + enabling of the trusted hosts and TCP wrapper
• Choice 3 : Choice 2 + enabling of the SSH service
Answer Y
The level of security 3 is automatically set.
11.1.2 Installation of a secured system for VoIP encryption ("IP Touch Security" service)
For reasons of export control of encryption technology, a patch called patch of security is provided in
addition to the generic version.
This patch of security contains only the secured binaries for IP Touch sets and the binaries of "IP
Touch Security Modules".
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Installation process
The installation of security on a system in J1.410.34.c must be carried in two steps:
1 Installation of system with generic version i.e.:
Installation generic version J1.410, installation of static patch J1.410.34 then installation of
dynamic patch J1.410.34.c with usual tools (Standard Installation, Installation on inactive
partition or Remote Download).
2 Installation of the latest patch of security in addition of the previous installation i.e.:
Installation of the security patch SJ1.410.34.c containing the latest secured binaries with usual
tools (Deliveries installation or Remote Download).
Note
If installing a generic complete version and patches, for instance J1.410 + J1.410.34 + J1.410.34.c,
the installation of the security patch of the complete version SJ1.410 and static patch SJ1.410.34 are
not needed since the security patch SJ1.410.34.c has the same binaries but the latest ones.
11.1.3 Using the Remote Download
In the event of heterogeneous version, the archive to be installed must be located in
a version lower than version F2.500.
Refer to the technical communication TC0669 Compatibility of versions for remote download
feature.
11.1.4 Reading the hardware key or CPU-id of the CPUs
11.1.4.1 Label
For all types of CPU (CS, CS-2, AS, CPU6 and CPU7), a label is visible indicating the CPU-Id
number.
11.1.4.2 Command to read the CPU-Id
For all types of CPU (CS, CS-2, AS, CPU6 and CPU7), telephone started or not, run:
login
command
option 5
mtcl
spadmin
Read the system CPUID
This method is to be applied in particular in the case of an Appliance Server not controlled via
Alcatel-Lucent (no marking on the server).
11.1.5 Creating a blank database
A blank database should only be created for CPU installation on a new site
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password
option 7
option 2
Enter country name
SoftInst
Database tools
Create an empty database
example "zb" for Zimbabwe
11.2 Restoring the database and site tickets
login
password
option 4
option 3
option 1
option 3
swinst
SoftInst
Backup & restore operations
Restore operations menus
Restore from cpu disk
Restore from floppy (does not exist in the case of a CS or AS
controlling common hardware)
The system automatically identifies the type of diskette (database) and requests confirmation of the
restitution.
11.3 Restoring Chorus/Linux data
CAUTION
The Chorus data of certain Releases cannot be reused automatically; refer to the section 9.5 .
login
password
option 4
option 3
option 1
option 3
swinst
SoftInst
Backup & restore operations
Restore operations menus
Restore from cpu disk
Restore from floppy (does not exist in the case of a CS or AS
controlling common hardware)
The system automatically identifies the type of diskette (Chorus data) and requests confirmation of
the restitution.
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12.
TRANSLATIONS
CAUTION
− Do not create blank database.
− As of Release 5.1, the translation is automatically run after loading the OPS files.
− There is no automatic translation from Releases below 1.5.3 to Release 10.0. For all these
versions, it is essential to go via an intermediate translation in a release compatible with
translation to R10.0.
− Sites in A9.532 should first pass to A9.537.
− There is no automatic translation of Chorus data of Releases below R3.0. You should not restore
the Chorus data of Releases below R3.0 but perform manually a complete netadmin.
− There is no automatic translation from the Custom Release 3.0C (C1.580.1) to Release 10.0. It is
essential to carry out an intermediate translation with Custom Release 3.2-C2 (C1.762.18
minimum).
− As of Release 8.0.1, to take into account the provisioning limit evolutions, the translation creates
automatically a fictive shelf in which the virtual UA boards of ACT 19 (intended for the
assignment of IP sets) will be migrated.
This fictive shelf is created automatically with the first free shelf number in the translated
database.
In XL configuration, the number of fictive shelves dedicated to IP sets allocation can go up to 3.
− When migrating (use of photoconfig), Actis takes into account the creation of fictive shelves
dedicated to IP sets allocation.
− As of Release 9.0, all standard SIP sets must be declared with the SIP Extension type.
Standard SIP sets are no longer supported with the former "SIP Device" mode (formerly called
"External set"). Only items other than standard sets (Nokia sets in Dual mode, 4135 IP Conference
Phones, fax, video, etc.) should remain with the former "SIP Device" mode.
When migrating a system with "SIP Device" / "External set" to R9.0, the system moves these sets
into the new mode (SIP extension) automatically.
It is mandatory to declare Nokia sets, used in Dual mode with OXE, and OT4135
IP Conference Phones with type "SIP device".
Procedure to follow:
• Export the SIP entities which are not standard SIP sets (Nokia sets in Dual mode, OT4135 IP
Conference Phones, fax, video, etc.) by OmniVista 4760(i) by using .prg as export format.
• Remove these entities then migrate to R9.0.
• Import again the items which have been previously exported: standard SIP sets are in "SIP
Extension" and the other SIP entities in "SIP Device".
Fictive shelves dedicated to IP sets allocation created automatically by the system
must in no way be changed by the management.
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− As of Release 10.0, the Direct RTP mode (in network) is automatically enabled and the relative
parameter removed. The same is done for H323 Internode Protocol system parameter.
− As of Release 10.0, the system boolean to activate the application 4760i is set automatically to
False and then removed (the application is no more supported).
− When creating a new Media Gateway or an A4645 voicemail after the upgrade to Release 10.0,
a GD3 board will be automatically created and no more a GD one. The already created Media
Gateways and A4645 are of course not modified and will remain with a GD board. For the
A4645 voicemail, absolutely no functional difference exists depending a fictive GD or GD3 is
used.
12.1 Installing OPS files
The procedure for installing OPS files has changed as of R5.0 Lx compared to
previous releases. It is essential that it be respected. Any other procedure for
installing OPS files is prohibited, as the system will be in a fraudulent state.
The procedure for installing OPS files puts together the following steps: RUNMAO, translation of
the database and installation of the OPS files.
Procedure
− Copy the OPS files using "ftp" in the directory /usr4/BACKUP/OPS.
− Use the menu swinst/OPS configuration.
The progress of the translations is not visible on the screen.
− At the end of the procedure, the operator is asked whether they wish to start the telephone.
Answer NO.
− Reboot the Call server.
− Check the coherence of the lock file compared to the database using the command spadmin :
• Select 1 Display current counters. The "Panic flag" should be at zero.
• Select 2 Display active file if System CPU-Id not found is displayed. This
means that the CPU_ID of the CPU used does not correspond to the CPU_ID defined in the
software.mao license file. This situation is normal if you have chosen to prepare the
migration on a laboratory CPU.
• Select 3 Check active file coherency. The test should reply File OK.
12.2 Remarks
− Check the value of the Antenna Diversity parameter; see the technical communication
TC0328 Wrong initialization of "Antenna Diversity" after translating from Release 3.0 to Release
3.1, 3.2M, 4.1, 4.1.1.
− To consult the history and the progress of the translations, a new utility exists in swinst.
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13.
UPDATING THE BETA TEST SYSTEMS
All the Release 10 beta test sites should evolve to released version J1.410.34.c.
14.
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
Use the menu swinst/System management.
14.1 Declaring the automatic start-up of the telephone
Procedure
login
password
option 6
option 2
option 1
swinst
SoftInst
System management
Autostart management
Set autostart
14.2 Updating the date and time
Procedure
login
password
option 6
option 2
option 1
15.
swinst
SoftInst
System management
Autostart management
Set autostart
CHECKING START-UP OF CPU/IO1/IO2/IO2N
CAUTION
− On a duplicated installation, if an IO2 or IO2N is declared in the database, it is essential that it
be present when starting up, otherwise the CPU will not restart. In fact, telephone signaling is now
processed by the IO2 or the IO2N when present (otherwise it is processed by the IO1 module of
the CPU as in previous versions). It is however possible to start without IO2 or IO2N using the
command
RUNTEL -DNOIO2 in mtcl.
− If this first start-up is carried out on a model, put in place at least one UA or Z coupler in place of
a UA or Z coupler of the site as this will allow the correct operation of the IO1 or the IO2/IO2N
to be checked.
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16.
COMPULSORY MINIMUM ADDITIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT
16.1 Reminder for sites migrating from Release < 3.0
16.1.1 IP addressing plan (from R3.0)
The new management of the IP interfaces in OmniPCX 4400 does not allow default declaration of
all the interfaces of all the possible network nodes. The management machines that can connect by
Ethernet on all the nodes must therefore be declared on all the nodes.
16.1.2 IP routing (from R3.0)
IP routing is validated by default on Release 3.2 installation. This function is handled by the "gated"
process and can only operate if this process is validated for all the nodes. Pay special attention to the
nodes in previous versions using the "routed" process.
These two processes are not compliant between them. In a network in Release 3.2, manage the
same routing protocol (RIP2 or RSL) on all the machines
16.1.3 ABC network (from R3.0)
Management of the number of transits.
There is a parameter used to define a number of transits for a same call across the network. This is a
protection used to avoid call looping.
Procedure:
− Access path : System
− Attribute
: Number of transit PABX
− Manage the parameter with a value identical to the number of network nodes.
CAUTION: If this parameter is zero, call transit will not work.
Optimizing the DPNSS network (from R3.0)
To optimize a network, you must create a PABX address in DPNSS (Local Features) prefix. This
prefix must correspond to a directory number that has not been created in the installation.
For each machine, create a PABX address in DPNSS prefix and as many network prefixes
corresponding to the DPNSS addresses of the other machines as there are remote machines.
Example: System with four nodes.
Each node has its PABX address prefix and each will have three network prefixes corresponding to
the different PABX addresses of the three other machines.
16.1.4 ARS Time Schedule management (from R3.0)
Control ARS management to ensure that it meets client requirements.
Refer to the operation manual "ARS" section.
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16.1.5 Time-outs (from R3.0)
Control the value of time-out 144 (Timeout for distributed call). It must be greater than or equal to
600.
Control the value of time-out 188 (Timer for Release of set reserved by attendant). It must be greater
than 3000; time-out used for defending sets blocked on networked music on hold.
16.1.6 Accounting (from R3.0)
Access path
:
Applications/Accounting
Manage all the new parameters according to client requirements.
16.1.7 Filter table (from R3.0)
In order for the attendant not to by-pass filtering, enter the attendant individual call prefix in the filter
tables. Do not enter the attendant physical directory number.
16.2 Reminder for networked sites migrating from Release < 7.x
As of Release 7.0, a new feature is used to display the names with UTF-8 format (long names and
for non Latin languages: Chinese, Korean, Japanese).
In ABC-F2 network functioning, Release 10.0 is also used to send the name with UTF-8 format in the
network according to the setting of the Enable UTF8 in ABCF network system parameter
(default value True).
This information is accepted only from the following versions:
− R6.2
: F3.301.16.e (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
− R6.1.1 : F2.502.12.d (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
− R6.0.1 : F1.603.1.aa (patch for compatibility UTF-8)
If Release 10.0 is functioning in ABC-F2 network with nodes the versions of which are lower than
those mentioned previously (case of temporary phase of migration with R5.0 Ux, R5.x, R6.x), you
must set the Enable UTF8 in ABCF network system parameter to False on Release 10.0
nodes otherwise the calls through the network don't work.
In a network, if a Release 10.0 node is of XL or "Large Capacity" type, each node of
the network must be in Release 8.x.
The system parameter Direct RTP must be enabled in all nodes of the sub-network as soon as
one node is migrated to Release 10.0.
16.3 Additional management for IO2N
For CPU6 equipped with IO2N board, the management of signaling channel for ACT0 only must be
as follows:
− Signaling mode = IO2 instead of Nx64
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− Signaling Channel N64 Size = 8 instead of 4
Access path
Shelf 0/Signaling mode: IO2
Shelf 0/Signaling Channel N64 Size: 8
For CPU7, CPU7-2 equipped with IO2N board, the management of signaling channel for ACT0
only must be as follows:
− Signaling mode = Ethernet instead of Nx64
Access path: Shelf 0/Signaling mode: Ethernet
This management must be followed by a reboot of the installation.
Note
The IO2N board must be at the edition 07. Refer to the technical communication TC0567 Reboot of
the CPU board after an inopportune shutdown of IO2N board.
16.4 Synchronization
The ACT 99 does not allow synchronization to be passed up to the CPU.
In the event of common hardware, one cannot use a T0 board behind a MEX to synchronize the
shelf.
For migration of an OmniPCX 4400 with change of Appliance Server, it is
compulsory to change synchronization management to IP domain type. The synchro
priority value must be between 200 and 254; see technical communication TC0779
Synchronization of the system after migration to OmniPCX Enterprise with Appliance
Server.
16.5 System parameters to check
Use the command compvisu to display the parameters.
16.5.1 Direct RTP
Note
In this document, "Direct RTP" corresponds to "Direct RTP in network".
In all nodes of the sub-network the Direct RTP parameter must be set to Yes.
In an OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 system, this parameter is removed (validated by default).
16.5.2 Frame VoIP (Enhanced quality voice)
The Frame VoIP parameter (Enhanced quality voice in previous versions) must be identical
on each node of a network.
It is better to use the Framing 20 ms for G711 or G729.
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G723 can only do 30 ms.
16.5.3 Direct RTP for H323 terminals
This parameter must be set to No if a only one H323 terminal of the installation does not support the
direct RTP
16.5.4 Inter-node protocol H323
The H323 Inter-node protocol parameter must be set to Yes in all nodes of the sub-network.
In an OmniPCX Enterprise R10.0 system, this parameter is removed (validated by default).
16.5.5 Pre-login (V120)
As of Release 5.1, the pre-login path as changed as regards Unix versions. It is located under the
DHS3bin/servers or usr2/servers directory.
17.
STARTING UP THE CPU IN ITS ENVIRONMENT ON SITE
Do not proceed by switchover.
Proceed with a complete system start-up in order to download the new firmware of the couplers.
17.1 Downloading the couplers and sets
The first start-up of the CPU in its site environment requires particular attention since the couplers will
be downloaded with a new firmware.
−
To download the INT1B couplers, they must be removed from the secondary ACTs and put in
place of the INT1A couplers of the main ACT.
−
Use the downstat command to monitor the evolution of the coupler downloading. The CPU
ensures 25 downloads simultaneously. The state of a coupler during downloading is RUNNING
1.
It is possible to program an automatic reset of the couplers with the option 'r'.
− Reset manually the UA32 or eUA32 boards of shelf 0 if they do not start (do not concern
OmniPCX Enterprise with common hardware or controlled by an Appliance Server).
−
Use the downstat i command to monitor the evolution of IP Phones (e-Reflexes, IP Touch
series 8) downloading.
−
Use the downstat
downloading.
t command to monitor the evolution of IP Touch TDM (series 9)
17.2 Sites with the "IP Touch Security" feature: Migration from R6.2 or R7.x to R10.0
with SSM & MSM boxes in version 1.3.xx
CAUTION
Sites using "IP Touch Security Solution" feature (Encryption) must follow a specific procedure to
update the IP Touch security boxes.
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SSM & MSM downloading procedure after an upgrade in R10.0
After upgrading in SJ1.410.34.c and with the RUNTEL done, you must update the IP Touch Security
boxes (MSM, SSM) as follows:
1 Check that the versions 3.3.03 for bin_SM or 3.3.05 for bin_SM2 is managed in mgr.
2 Reboot (with Off/On button) each SSM, MSM box, SSM-RM or MSM-RM to allow the
downloading of the new binary 3.3.03 or 3.3.05 (the config_BT.cfg file has been modified;
this enhancement is available only from the version 1.6.02).
3 Check with info -v command that each SSM, MSM box, SSM-RM or MSM-RM has been
downloaded with the version 3.3.03 or 3.3.05 then re-generate the Config_BT.cfg file.
Note
If the system is duplicated, it should be better to stop the Stand-By CPU before installing the Main
CPU.
18.
CHECKING CORRECT OPERATION
− Check synchronization.
Ensure that the real synchronization plan corresponds to the managed synchronization plan. Use
the command infocs or clockstat.
As of Release 3.0, the notion of configuration domain is taken into account for multiACTs.
− Check the distribution of calls to operators.
− Check the ARS.
− Check the coherence of the files.
login
option 8
option 6
swinst
Software Identity Display
Application Software Validity Checking
Press 0 for the active version, 1 for the unactive one or q to quit
Please wait .....
Checking mode : 1=size & sum
2=size only
(default is 1) 1
Checking size and sum of all files , please wait ...
file modified (authorized) : /DHS3data/manager/mtcl.adm
The application software is correct
Press return
− Check start-up of the IBSs behind INTOF.
During transition of a Release 3.2 (with CPU3) to Release 4.1 (with CPU6), the IBSs behind
INTOF do not start up if the Inter ACT Handover or DTM Synchro parameter is set to No
and there is no DECT-Sync category.
Access path: mgr/DECT Parameters/Go down hierarchy/RBS Parameters
− Check start-up of the INTIP used in particular for the remote ACT.
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Faced with a board initialization problem, check that the value MTU in the IP Parameters is
correctly managed at 256.
− Check conference type management.
Coming from Release 4.1 or 4.11, it is not possible to retain two types of conference: for
example the programmed conference and the conference directed with modulo circuit 30.
The Meet me type relating to the DSP in Add On must be changed via the Modular conference
menu.
Access path: mgr/System/Shelves/Gpa Dsp program/Modular conference
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CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................3
2.
NEW HARDWARE AND FEATURES FROM RELEASE 10.0 ...............3
2.1.
New hardware.......................................................................................... 3
2.1.1.
2.2.
eZ32-2 board ...................................................................................................3
New features ............................................................................................ 3
2.2.1.
Increasing provisioning level ............................................................................3
2.2.2.
Localization.......................................................................................................3
2.2.3.
Terminals..........................................................................................................4
2.2.4.
SIP Enhancement ..............................................................................................5
2.2.5.
Security.............................................................................................................6
2.2.6.
Call Handling features......................................................................................6
2.2.7.
Applications ......................................................................................................7
2.2.8.
Serviceability ....................................................................................................7
2.3.
Features under PCS .................................................................................. 8
2.3.1.
2.4.
SIP TLS/sRTP for external SIP Gateway ..............................................................8
Features availability in progress ............................................................. 10
2.4.1.
SIP trunking ....................................................................................................10
2.4.2.
Call Routing Groups .......................................................................................11
2.4.3.
NOE in SIP with or without TLS protocol encapsulation...................................11
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1.
INTRODUCTION
Consult the Marketing documentation available on Business Portal.
REMINDER
The main features included in previous releases are detailed in the technical communication TC0780
New hardware and features from Release 5.1.
2.
NEW HARDWARE AND FEATURES FROM RELEASE 10.0
For more information, refer to the System documentation.
2.1.
2.1.1.
New hardware
eZ32-2 board
The new eZ32-2 boards are only supported from Release 10.0.
• Allow the user to connect up to 32 Z devices (Analog sets or modems or fax machines).
• Provide a new method to activate the MWI called DC Bias: Short ringing 100 VDC pulses
(<100 ms) are sent over a and b wires to drive the MWI.
• Provide a new service - Calling Party Control [CPC] also called the Open Loop Disconnect
signal.
eZ32-2 boards can provide a CPC signal to terminals. The CPC signal indicates to the terminals
connected to an eZ32-2 board that the remote party has hung up. Any terminal receiving a CPC
signal should hang up.
2.2.
2.2.1.
−
New features
Increasing provisioning level
Increase number of hunting groups: Up to 500 hunting groups per node (instead of 200).
• Warning: The maximum number of hunting groups "in network" remains 200.
• It is possible to manage up to 200 hunting groups where users can belong to several nodes.
Beyond, hunting groups users have to be managed on the same node.
−
Increase number of phone Class Of Service: Up to 256 Class Of Service (instead of 32).
−
Increase number of attendant groups: Up to 50 attendant groups per node (instead of 10).
• Reminder: The maximum number of attendant groups per sub network remains 80.
−
Increase number of boss per secretary: Increase from 8 to 16 bosses per secretary. Number of
secretaries per boss is kept at 8.
2.2.2.
Localization
Japanese support on Alcatel 4059 installed on Windows 7 OS.
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2.2.3.
Terminals
2.2.3.1. MIPT OmniTouch 8118 and 8128 handsets
As of Release 10.0, the new OmniTouch 8118 and 8128 WLAN handsets are supported (the
support is also available on R9.0 and R9.1).
The maintenance tools in the system for MIPT are updated to display the right type of the new sets
(miptsets, miptview, ippstat, tradna, getnoeversion, …).
For more information, refer to technical communication TC1435 Technical Release Note of
OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN handsets version 2.2.9.
2.2.3.2. My IC Phone 8082 support in hotel environment
As of Release 10.0, the new My IC Phone 8082 sets are supported only in hotel environment and
must be managed as "room" set.
The global solution will be released with the release of My IC Phone 8082 and OmniVista 8770
application.
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2.2.4.
SIP Enhancement
2.2.4.1. New SIP improvement for interworking with Open Touch Solution
As of Release 10.0, new SIP improvements allow the interworking of OmniPCX Enterprise in the new
Open Touch Solution.
2.2.4.2. SIP Trunk enhancement: CLI display with From header, even if P-Asserted-ID
header is available (Incoming call)
Up to R9.1, Call Presentation mechanism does not scope with all situations because all carriers do
not use the headers in the same way.
For example, some carriers give the user number in the From header and the installation number in
the P-Asserted-ID header. This means, that in some cases, the From header should be used to
provide the calling number even if the P-Asserted-ID header is present.
As of Release 10.0, three parameters allow to manage the way the headers are used for calling
presentation.
The three parameters, configured for each external gateway, are:
• P-Asserted-ID in Calling Number
• Trusted P-Asserted-ID header
• Trusted From header
2.2.4.3. SIP Trunk enhancement: Service route header (RFC 3608) and Path header (RFC
3327)
When an external gateway registers, the Supported header of the REGISTER message includes the
path header in the list of the supported headers.
The 200 OK responses sent by the remote proxy may contain a Service Route header containing a
list of URLs.
As of Release 10.0, OmniPCX Enterprise stores the list of URLs received.
The list of URLs stored for an external gateway is used for outbound calls: each INVITE or OPTIONS
method includes one Route header for each URL stored.
2.2.4.4. SIP Trunk enhancement: Faster overflow on no answer to INVITE, REGISTER and
OPTIONS method
Up to Release 10.0, the classical re-transmission procedure defined in the RFC 3261 applies when
SIP requests sent by OmniPCX Enterprise are not answered by remote party.
As a consequence, it takes 32s before OmniPCX Enterprise considers that no response has been
received.
When REGISTER/OPTIONS methods are used to supervise the availability of an external gateway,
this re-transmission time leads to a slow overflow to a backup/alternate gateway for outgoing calls.
Another situation is slow overflow from one ARS route to another when an outgoing INVITE to a SIP
external gateway is not answered.
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As of Release 10.0:
• A new parameter Re-transmission No. for REGISTER/OPTIONS is introduced in the
External Gateway: Its default value is 2. Saying that, it takes now 2s before OmniPCX
Enterprise considers that no response has been received and that the external gateway is out
of order.
• A new parameter Re-transmission number for INVITE is introduced in the SIP proxy
object: Its default value is 2. Saying that, it takes now 2s before OmniPCX Enterprise considers
that no response has been received and call has failed. In case of a SIP trunking call to an
external gateway using ARS, the call will overflow to an alternate route managed in the current
route list faster than with previous software releases.
2.2.4.5. SIP MyIC PC: Overflow on associate when out of order
As of Release 10.0, the same feature as the "Overflow for IP phones out of service" (OXE R7.0) is
supported on SIP My IC SIP Soft Phone.
When SIP My IC SIP Soft Phone PC is switched-off or unplugged, there is an automatic overflow on
associate directory N°(e.g. voice mail, associate, …)
Note
If an immediate forward is managed by the user, this one is used in priority in terms of routing.
2.2.5.
Security
As of Release 10.0, a new mechanism based on "~swinst/.rhosts" file is provided to improve security
concerning the access of Untrusted Host to a secured OmniPCX Enterprise.
This new mechanism is fully transparent for the administrator of the OmniPCX Enterprise.
2.2.6.
Call Handling features
2.2.6.1. FlexOffice enhancement
As of Release 10.0, the number of registration terminations in OmniPCX Enterprise is increased from
8 to 50.
So that 50 sets can be registered at the same time in Flex Office environment.
2.2.6.2. Call park timers
As of Release 10.0, the new parameter Call park Timer in the phone COS, allows to provide
different parking timers depending on the users.
When calls are parked by a user, the behavior of the feature varies according to the value of the
Call park Timer in the phone COS of the user:
• If the value for this parameter is different from -1: parked calls by users are rerouted after
Call Park Timer Duration.
• If the value for this parameter is -1: parked calls by users are rerouted after system timer No.
8 has elapsed
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2.2.6.3. Emergency Call to Attendant
As of Release 10.0 a feature provides a new type of call, called "Emergency call to attendant", which
take the priority of all the calls placed in the queue of the attendant.
This enhancement is provided by introducing a new option Emergency Call to Attd in Entities:
/Entities/Emergency call to Attd
If the value of the option is set to False the priority of the calls will work as before Release 10.0.
If the value of the option is set to True then the calls which are dialed using this entity prefix would
have the highest priority of all the calls in the queue of the attendant.
The call will be displayed with a specific color with the application Alcatel 4059 IP version 5.2.5 to
captivate the attendant.
The new attribute Emergency Call to Attd will be taken into account during audit and
broadcast to remote nodes.
If Audit is done between J1 (Release 10.0) node and the node earlier to J1 release where the
attribute Emergency Call to Attd is not present, then the existing value of the Flag will remain
unchanged in J1 node.
2.2.7.
Applications
2.2.7.1. Alcatel-Lucent 4059 on Windows 7 32bits
As of Release 10.0, the Attendant Alcatel-Lucent 4059 IP version 5.2.3 is compatible with Windows 7
OS (Professional Edition 32-bit System).
The Attendant Alcatel-Lucent 4059 IP version 5.2.3 is retro compatible with OmniPCX Enterprise
Releases 9.0 and 9.1.
The Attendant Alcatel-Lucent 4059 IP version 5.2.3 only installed with Windows 7 OS supports
Japanese language.
For more information, refer to technical communication TC1410 Alcatel 4059 MAC / IP - Installation
procedure for version 5.2.3.
2.2.7.2. OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer on Windows 7 32bits
As of Release 10.0, the OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer 3.2 is compatible with Windows 7 OS
(Professional Edition 32-bit System).
The OmniPCX Enterprise PC Installer version 3.2 is retro compatible with all OmniPCX Enterprise
releases.
2.2.8.
Serviceability
Remote download evolution.
As of Release 10.0, the Remote load a CPU as master or distributor option of "Remote
download" tool in swinst, doesn’t propose anymore the unused Remote load of delta option.
The All country option is also removed and default country is added.
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The installed country in the MASTER CPU will be the default option, if the user needs extra countries
the next option can be used.
2.3.
Features under PCS
If one of the following features has to be implemented on an OmniPCX Enterprise, contact Technical
Support for the deployment.
2.3.1.
SIP TLS/sRTP for external SIP Gateway
Before Release 10.0, only IPsec/SRTP protocols are supported to protect UA/NOE communications.
The IPsec protocol protects UA/NOE signaling and the SRTP protocol (one key) protects the sent and
received voice flows.
As of Release 10.0, IPsec/SRTP and TLS/SRTP protocols can be used simultaneously.
As of Release 10.0, TLS/SRTP protocols are supported to protect SIP communications with external
SIP Gateways in ISDN mode.
The TLS protocol protects SIP signaling and the SRTP protocol (two keys: one key is used to encrypt
sent voice flow and an other key is used to encrypt received flows) protects voice flows.
TLS can be used to secure SIP Trunks configured on the OmniPCX Enterprise to a Carrier or Service
Provider network (Public SIP Trunking).
Depending on Carrier/Service Provider capabilities, voice media can also be encrypted using SRTP.
Each Public SIP Trunk can be configured at OmniPCX Enterprise level with TLS&RTP or TLS&SRTP.
The voice media can be end-to-end encrypted (using SRTP) from the IP Touch set in the customer’s
network up to the Carrier’s gateway.
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Important points
• For existing configuration where the SSM-RM module doesn’t have a default digital certificate
(serial number lower than 02768), it is mandatory to install a digital certificate (X509v3
format) from an external PKI. This PKI can be the one provided by OmniVista 8770 NMS
(optional feature).
• SSM box model and MSM box model are not compatible with the SIP TLS feature. These boxes
must be replaced by new Thales gates SSM-RM (with a serial number greater than 02768)
and MSM-RM.
Limitations
• It is not possible to configure secure SIP Trunks with TLS and SRTP and encryption for
Applications (OmniTouch ICS) on the same OmniPCX Enterprise node.
• SRTP one key and SRTP two keys are not compatible. All the nodes of the network must
operate with the same protocol.
• As of Release 10.0, the TLS/SRTP (two keys) is not available in an ABC-F network, if a Public
SIP Trunks is secured with TLS and SRTP on a OmniPCX Enterprise node in Release 10.0,
network encryption (meaning encryption over OmniPCX Enterprise ABC IP network) between
nodes mustn’t be activated.
• Those limitations apply to both Public SIP Trunk (interconnection of an OmniPCX Enterprise
with a Carrier or Service Provider network) and Private SIP Trunk (connection of a SIP gateway
on the OXE node for secure PSTN accesses).
• Those limitations do not exist if SIP TLS and RTP are configured.
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SIP Trunks secured with TLS and RTP and ABC IP Network Encryption
SIP Trunks secured with TLS and SRTP and ABC IP Network without Encryption
2.4.
Features availability in progress
These features will be available soon (depends on all components availability or new OmniPCX
Enterprise patch green light status).
2.4.1.
SIP trunking
Interoperability tests with new carriers done under the control of the SIP Bid Desk.
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Call Routing Groups
2.4.3.
NOE in SIP with or without TLS protocol encapsulation
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CONTENTS
1.
SYSTEM........................................................................................3
2.
COMMUNICATION SERVERS .......................................................6
2.1.
Call Server CPU ........................................................................................ 6
2.2.
Appliance Server ...................................................................................... 7
2.3.
Blade Center............................................................................................. 8
2.4.
OmniPCX 4400 CPU ................................................................................. 8
2.5.
Save and restore on USB key .................................................................... 9
2.6.
Passive Communication Server ................................................................. 9
3.
SPATIAL REDUNDANCY .............................................................10
4.
POWER SUPPLY..........................................................................11
4.1.
1U and 3U racks with internal batteries.................................................. 11
4.2.
New 1U and 3U racks with external batteries......................................... 11
4.3.
New 1U and 3U racks -48V .................................................................... 11
5.
IP CRYSTAL MEDIA GATEWAY....................................................12
6.
MEDIA GATEWAY ......................................................................13
6.1.
GD/GA boards........................................................................................ 13
6.2.
INTIPB board .......................................................................................... 13
6.3.
Remote connection towards GD/GA/INTIP boards .................................. 14
6.3.1.
Release 9.0 before patch H1.301.38...............................................................14
6.3.2.
Releases 8.0.1 (from G1.503.35), 9.0 (from H1.301.38) and 9.1 ....................14
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6.4.
NGP boards ............................................................................................ 14
7.
VOIP..........................................................................................16
8.
ABC-F IP TRUNK GROUP............................................................19
9.
SIP .............................................................................................19
10. SETS ..........................................................................................21
10.1. IP Phone V1 – V1S................................................................................... 21
10.2. IP Phone V2 (e-Reflexe)........................................................................... 21
10.3. Alcatel series 8 & 9 sets .......................................................................... 22
10.4. MIPT 300&600 handsets ......................................................................... 24
10.5. DECT....................................................................................................... 25
10.6. UA Extender 4051/4052 ......................................................................... 26
11. IP TOUCH SECURITY FEATURE ...................................................26
12. SIP TLS FOR EXTERNAL GATEWAY..............................................27
13. APPLICATIONS ..........................................................................27
13.1. OmniVista 4760...................................................................................... 27
13.2. OmniVista 4760i..................................................................................... 28
13.3. External Voice Mail ................................................................................. 28
13.4. SIP Device Management Server .............................................................. 28
14. CLIP...........................................................................................28
15. DIRECTORY................................................................................29
16. BOARDS ....................................................................................31
17. MISCELLANEOUS.......................................................................31
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1.
SYSTEM
− Bios for Call Server CPU-CS.
As of Release 5.1, the Call Server (CS board) Bios version is higher than 8.17.
This version allows access to certain Bios functions (the main one being the Ethernet boot) which
could not be accessed from the R5.0 Lx since only R&D knew the password.
When booting the CS board:
•
press Ctrl B then Ctrl I,
•
the system requests a password (Warning: it is empty!) press <Enter>,
•
a "light" Bios menu is displayed which allows an Ethernet boot to be carried out, the MAC
address of the board to be displayed, etc.
Bios menu
"
YOU CAN strike Ctrl B to enter in BIOS monitor during several seconds from
NOW !
hit [Ctrl I] for BIOS monitor!
Password?:
(password to access the light menu)
Alize BIOS Monitor
*** BIOS Version 3EH30227DRAA bios100/008.017 ***
*** Generated on Jun/13/2003 at 09:25 ***
Monitor Light Menu
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
"
-
Load From Hdisk #0
Load From Ethernet
Load From Flash NAND program
Load From Flash NAND program and Bootp
Load From Hdisk #0 and Bootp
Display MAC address
Display PCMS id
Display System informations
Full Options menu (Reserved for R&D)
Reset System
− BIOS for Call Server CPU-CS-2.
To access the BIOS of the CPU-CS-2 board, when booting the board:
•
press Ctrl B
•
a "graphical" AMI Bios menu, similar to the one use in PC, is displayed
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Initializing Intel(R) Boot Agent GE v1.2.16P7
PXE 2.0 Build 083 (WfM 2.0)
Press Ctrl+S to enter the Setup Menu.
Version 1.23.1109. Copyright (C) 2007 American Megatrends, Inc.
ALCATEL CS-2 BIOS VERSION 0ABPT090
Press ^B to enter setup.
Press ^I to boot EFI SHELL
Entering Setup...
Aptio Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 2007 American Megatrends, Inc.
Main Advanced Chipset Boot Security Save & Exit
³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³
³ BIOS Information
³Choose the system
³
³ BIOS Vendor
American Megatrends
³default language
³
³ Core Version
4.6.3.1
³
³
³ Project Version
0ABPT090
³
³
³ Build Date
5/8/2009 14:22:10
³
³
³
³
³
³ Memory Information
³
³
³ Total Memory
1024 MB (DDR2)
³
³
³
³
³
³ Package SKU
EP 80579EZ600C
³
³
³
³><: Select Screen
³
³ System Language
[English]
³: Select Item
³ ³
³
³Enter: Select
³
³ System Date
[Thu 12/03/2009]
³+/-: Change Opt.
³
³ System Time
[16:31:22]
³F1: General Help
³
³
³F2: Previous Values
³
³ Access Level
Administrator
³F3: Optimized Defaults
³
³
³F4: Save ESC: Exit
³
³
³
³
³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³³
Version 1.23.1109. Copyright (C) 2007 American Megatrends, Inc.
− As of Release 8.0, the maximum number of racks supported is 240. With the common
hardware, this means for example maximum 80 Media gateways with 2 extension racks each.
− BIOS: the command GRUBBOOT ETHER forces a network boot, but be careful, it deactivates the
hard disk; if the boot fails, the hard disk must be re-installed.
− Double-partition.
To facilitate secure software upgrade, a second version can be installed on the second partition;
use of double-partition is strongly recommended. The reboot on the second partition can be
scheduled; refer to System Documentation on how to manage the double-partitioning.
− Double-partition on CPU7-2.
The CPU7-2 is available only from Release 7.1 The use of a hard disk containing a lower version
on one of its partitions is prohibited.
− Ethernet Duplication on CPU7.
In configuration with CPU7 only, and in order to solve certain problems of load with the C1 link
in the case of high traffic (for example in configurations with CCD), it is possible to send on IP,
the messages of telephone duplication via the process iplink as for the Common Hardware CPU
or Appliance Server.
Role management, decision of switch and detection of loss of Main CPU remain carried out by
IO1 board and not by the iplink.
Any change of signaling mode requires a reboot of Stand-By CPU then a restarting with
mastercopy.
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When Ethernet duplication and IP redundancy are activated, it is necessary to manage timers of
IP redundancy in such a way that switch of CPU is done by IP redundancy before the detection of
loss of IP by iplink.
− Remote Download.
"Remote Install" can cause problems in a heterogeneous network. The archive to be installed
must be located in a version less than F2.500.
Refer to the technical communication TC0669 Compatibility of versions for remote download
feature.
− Hard disk.
•
The minimum size is 10 GB for the hard disk.
•
Only the hard disks provided by Alcatel-Lucent are compliant; manipulation of the hard
disks (exchange of the hard disks etc.) is not recommended because of the sensitivity of the
hard disks; use preferably the second partition for software upgrades.
− Protection against high Ethernet traffic.
•
Refer to the technical communication TC0543 Limitations of Ethernet thresholds on OmniPCX
4400/Enterprise CPUs boards.
− Negotiation of speed of Ethernet interfaces.
Refer to the technical communication TC0680 Risk of wrong negotiation of speed and duplex
mode of Ethernet interfaces for INTIPs, GA & GD after software upgrades.
− OmniPCX 4400 applications needing an IO2/IO2N are not available with the Call
Server or Appliance Server (hybrid links with signaling in B channel etc.) but always running
with OmniPCX 4400 CPU.
− IO2N.
In the case of loss of Stand By or incidents related to the IO2N, you must have IO2N boards
Ed07 which will allow a technical investigation. Refer to the technical communication TC0567
Reboot of the CPU board after an inopportune shutdown of IO2N board.
− In ISO migration, the shelves already created in position 18 and 19 must be moved before the
translation. If this is not done, they will not start. In fact, when migrating from OmniPCX 4400 to
OmniPCX Enterprise R5.1.x, R6.0.x or R6.1.x with change of CPU 4400 by an Appliance Server,
there is an automatic translation of shelves created in these 2 positions. This automatic
translation does not exist if the CPU of type 4400 is retained.
− As of Release 8.0, to take into account the provisioning limit evolutions, the translation creates
automatically a fictive shelf in which the virtual UA boards of ACT 19 (intended for the
assignment of IP sets) will be migrated.
This fictive shelf is created automatically with the first free shelf number in the translated
database.
In XL configuration, the number of fictive shelves dedicated to IP sets allocation can go up to 3.
− When migrating (use of photoconfig), Actis takes into account the creation of fictive shelves
dedicated to IP sets allocation.
Fictive shelves dedicated to IP sets allocation created automatically by the system
must in no way be changed by the management.
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− NAT/PAT is globally not compatible with the different elements of the system (e-CS, GD, IPPhones).
− Pre-login (V120).
•
Since Release R5.1, the path for the pre_login is different from the previous Unix versions.
Pre_login is now located under DHS3bin/servers or usr2/servers.
− "Ensure database consistency" (introduced in R9.1).
This feature is intended for cases where MAO modifications are done while the Stand-By is
temporarily not present.
The Double main Call Servers case is specific: MAO messages may be stored in the buffer of
both Call Servers. When the duplication link is back operational, if there are stored messages in
the Call Server which reboots as Stand-By (independently of the fact messages may have been
stored or not in the Call Server which stays Main), then they are lost (on both Call Servers) and
an incident 439 is displayed to recommend a manual synchronization (mastercopy). If messages
have been stored only in the Call Server which stays Main, then they will be sent to the Stand-By
after its reboot.
Currently the MAO storage has two limitations: the buffer can store only 255 messages and the
storing process cannot last more than two hours. In the patch I1.605.14.e, MAO messages are
stored directly in RAM, removing the buffer limitation.
2.
COMMUNICATION SERVERS
2.1.
Call Server CPU
− Direct connectivity of the Ethernet port of the CS to a port of a switch is mandatory.
− Only auto-negotiation mode is supported on the CS board => to be able to operate in Fullduplex, the port of the switch used for the connection must be configured in autonegotiation. Otherwise, if the port of the switch is forced to full-duplex, the CS will be unable to
detect the full-duplex capability of the switch port and will operate in half-duplex. Rule: the port
of the switch must be in auto-negotiation or forced to half-duplex.
− Protection against high broadcast traffic: available on CPU-CS (an incident is emitted) but it is
not manageable.
− As of Release 8.0, CPU-CS boards must be equipped with 256 MB RAM:
References: Single SDRAM 256 MB: 3EH 75056 AA
CPU-CS board equipped with 256 MB RAM: 3EH 73048 BB
− As of Release 9.0, CS-2 boards offer Ethernet redundancy with load balancing.
Pay attention that the Actis rules regarding this board change with Release 9.1 (Actis 14.1). In
Release 9.0, the rules were the same as for CPU-CS board, except that for system with more than
5000 users (physical sets), the PCS of a branch office was no more restricted to an Appliance
Server but could also be a CS-2 board. In Release 9.1 / Actis 14.1, the rules are modified in
order to fully benefit from the CS-2 board performances.
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2.2.
Appliance Server
Only Alcatel-Lucent recommended Appliance Servers are to be used.
Model
IBM X305
IBM X306
IBM X306M
(Note)
IBM X3250
(Note)
IBM X3250 M2
(Note)
IBM X3250 M3
(Note)
HP DL320 G5
(Note)
HP DL320 G5p
(Note)
HP DL320 G6
(Note)
References
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00438 AA
IBM reference (in case of external purchase): Model Type : 8673-62X
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 AB
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.17.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 AC
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.21.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00617 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
The IBM X3250 Appliance Server must not be equipped with SAS HW RAID (LSI
chipset - RAID 0,1) option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
IBM X3250 M2 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27582 CA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
IBM X3250 M3 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 00678 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
The HP Proliant DL320 G5 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID
option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA 27704 BA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
HP Proliant DL320 G5p Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent Reference: 3BA27704 CA
Its installation can be carried out only as of PC Installer v2.22.
HP Proliant DL320 G6 Appliance Server must not be equipped with RAID option.
CAUTION
It must be ordered only via Alcatel-Lucent.
Note
The "Load Balancing" mode is supported by these models.
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In migrating a system with Appliance Server from a release less than 8.0, check that it has 1 GB of
memory. Otherwise, additional memory has to be ordered through an IBM reseller and installed on
the Appliance Server.
•
IBM X306: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/xbc/cog/Withdrawn/x306/x306mem.html
•
IBM X306m: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/xbc/cog/Withdrawn/x306m/x306mmem.html
In a standard installation of an IBM X3250 M2, the following message is displayed. It states that any
hard disk larger than 80 GB will not be used to its real capacity.
Alcatel-Lucent e-Mediate Linux installation
+-------------------+ Disk size +--------------------+
|
|
|
|
| Disk too big : use optimized up to 80000MB only. |
|
+-----+
+----+
|
|
| Yes |
| No |
|
|
+-----+
+----+
|
|
|
+----------------------------------------------------+
The installation continues automatically after a timeout.
An UPS is mandatory to secure the system against abnormal stops because of power failure (risk to
crash the hard disk).
The UPS MGE Evolution 1250 is appeared in Release 8.0.
The UPS is used to make up for the short cuts of the power supply. If the UPS arrives at the end of
the battery, it tries to notify the Call Server / CPU to which its USB cable is connected. In the event of
a long time of power supply cut, it is necessary to stop the Call Server with the shutdown
command.
2.3.
Blade Center
− Access to the management of Blade Center is made either via Lan, or by a console, keyboard
connected locally.
In addition, The Module of management (MM) offers the possibility to reach blades servers by a
serial port emulation via the LAN
This feature, called Serial Over Lan (SOL), is available from Release 7.1.
− If the encryption is enabled on a duplicated Blade Server configuration, IP Touch sets can reset
after a CPU switch-over.
2.4.
OmniPCX 4400 CPU
− Only the CPU6 Step2 128 MB and CPU7 256 MB can be used as of Release 8.0. CPU5
board is no more supported as of Release 8.0.
− CPU7-2 board is available only from Release 7.1. The use of a hard disk containing another
version on one of its partitions is prohibited. Any hard disk coming from another CPU must
imperatively have on its two partitions a Release 7.1 installed or will have to be formatted in
R8.0.1.
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− CPU6 Step2 functions at 100 Mbits Full Duplex.
− You can manage the mode and the rate CPU7 boards. The setting of CPU7 board and of the
port of the switch on which the CPU7 board is connected, must be the same.
− The use of hard key is always available on CPU6 but not on CPU7.
− The CPU7 board does not support the OBCA daughter board.
− The CPU7 board the IO2 board. Only the IO2N boards are authorized.
− The CPU7 board is not allowed in a VH cabinet.
− USB port for Data Backup and restoration.
USB ports on CPU7-2, Appliance Server and Blade Center IBM are usable to connect a USB key
for the backups and restorations of the databases, Linux data and OPS via swinst .
2.5.
Save and restore on USB key
USB keys are compatible as of Release 7.1 with CPU7-2, Appliance Server and Blade Server only.
The USB connector of CS-2 CPU board is unused.
Note
Hard disk on USB is not supported.
2.6.
Passive Communication Server
A CS board configured as Passive Communication Server must be equipped with a 256 MB SDRAM.
Reference for CS equipped with a 256 MB SDRAM used as PCS: 3EH 73048 BBAB.
As of Release 8.0, for an installation equipped with PCS and with more than 5000 users (physical
sets), Actis configures necessarily these PCS in Appliance Servers. This restriction is removed with
Release 9.0 and Actis 13.6 which authorize the possibility to use CS-2 boards.
If updating the software (patch or complete version) of a system equipped with PCS, it is necessary to
update the PCS before updating the version of the Central Com Server (constraint related to
database compatibility).
If updating the software of PCS, it is necessary to check that this update does not start in the period
of automatic re-synchronization of the database on the PCS (especially if the method used is the
scheduled Remote Download) because this re-synchronization involves an automatic reboot of the
PCS.
When SIP set switches on PCS:
− It has to register again as the Call Server registar database is not replicated on the PCS.
− If it is in dynamic mode, a local DHCP server is required.
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3.
SPATIAL REDUNDANCY
− In case of CS, the Main and Standby Call Server must not be located in the same rack.
− Do not use SLANX4 but an external switch (LANX16-1 or customer switch) in order to be able to
unplug a Call Server without disturbing other elements.
− The Main and Stand-by CS or Appliance Server can be located in different sub-networks.
•
Features available on AS and CS:
♦ This feature is supported by following IP equipment:
ƒ SIP sets
ƒ Alcatel series 8 sets (4028-4038-4068)
ƒ GD
ƒ GA
ƒ INTIP
ƒ IOIP
ƒ "IP Touch Security Module" : SSM, MSM
ƒ Attendant IP Softphone
ƒ IP CCAgent Softphone
ƒ MIPT sets
♦ The applications able to take into account 2 addresses of CPU are:
ƒ Alcatel 4635 (R5.2.6)
ƒ Alcatel 4645
ƒ OmniVista 4760i / 4760 (R3.2)
ƒ OmniTouch Contact Center : CCD/CCS/CCA/CCIVR
ƒ OmniTouch Unified Communication R4.0
ƒ XML Web services
ƒ Application "XML IP Touch"
ƒ TSAPI
ƒ ACAPI
ƒ VoWLAN R2.0
•
Features not available on AS and CS:
♦ V1 (4080 RE) - V2 (e-Reflexe IP Phone V2) sets. Only the IP sets of series 8 and SIP sets
are able to take into account 2 addresses of CPU.
♦ Genesys applications (CCEmail, CCOutbound, CCWeb)
♦ RSI Synchro Server
♦ TAPI
•
If a R7.x node is added in a network with nodes less than R6.0, it is essential to continue to
use the addressing by role in case of logical links over IP (the nodes below R6.0 cannot
establish logical links towards two different addresses).
•
If an external DHCP server is used, a tftp server must also be used.
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•
In Release 8.0.1, with the Release 6.0 of IP Touch 40x8 sets, the internal tftp servers (of 2 Call
Servers) can be used. In DHCP mode, the IP Touch 40x8 sets can restore 2 tftp server
addresses thanks to the option 43 of DHCP as for the AVA. Release 9.1 (patch I1.605.14.e +
MIPT binary 120.023) brings this possibility to MIPT sets.
•
Bandwidth required between the 2 CS :
Number of users
500
1000
2500
5000
Minimal bandwidth (Kbps)
512
512
1280
2560
•
Audit and broadcast must be performed via IP/X25 and not directly via IP.
•
In case of a V24-IP Moxa box, the time to recover the connection with the system after a Call
Server switch-over is about 10 to 20 seconds.
•
The 4008 / 4018 sets in SIP mode on OmniPCX Enterprise cannot be used in a spatial
redundancy configuration. This limitation will be removed in a future patch of Release 9.1.
4.
POWER SUPPLY
4.1.
1U and 3U racks with internal batteries
This type of rack can no longer be ordered on new business from Release 5.1.2 and Actis 8.1.1.
4.2.
New 1U and 3U racks with external batteries
•
These new racks with external batteries are compliant only from R5.1.2.
•
The external battery rack 12V can be connected only on a 1U rack (3EH 76020 AE).
•
The external battery rack 36V can be connected only on a 3U rack (3EH 76027 AE or BE).
4.3.
New 1U and 3U racks -48V
These new racks with external batteries are available from Release 5.1.2 and Actis 8.1.1.
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5.
IP CRYSTAL MEDIA GATEWAY
In the document the name "INTIPA or B" concerns the INTIP board as well as the INTIP2 board.
− Only one Voice Hub or M1 or M2 cabinet is supported for the IP Crystal Media Gateway in the
main zone.
− The GPA2 is supported in the IP Crystal Media Gateway.
− In peripheral zone all 4400 boards are supported.
− INTIP board cannot be used with embedded Ethernet (a CBC1 10/100 connector must be used).
− INTIPA board can be used with 100 Mbits. With a VH cabinet you have to use the Patch Panel
10/100Mbits Reference 3BA 23244 AAAA 01.
− 100 Mbits compliance with WM1 and VH cabinets for CPU6 Step2 and CPU7.
The CPU7 board is not allowed in a VH cabinet.
All cabinets are or will be compatible with 10/100BaseT. The VH and WM1 cabinets compatible
10/100BaseT will be available soon with the following references:
Designation
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 48V
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 48V - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 90W
VH (10/100BaseT) Basic Rack 90W - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 48V
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 48V - USA
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 90W
VH (10/100BaseT) Extension Rack 90W - USA
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 110/230V
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 110/230V - USA
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 48V
WM1 (10/100BaseT) Basic Packed 48V - USA
WM1 Battery package (battery autonomy 1.2 Ah)
WM1 Battery package (battery autonomy 1.2 Ah)- USA
Reference
3BA 56191 AN
3BA 56191 UN
3BA 56193 AN
3BA 56193 UN
3BA 56192 AN
3BA 56192 UN
3BA 56194 AN
3BA 56194 UN
3BA 27112 AN
3BA 27112 UN
3BA 27113 AN
3BA 27113 UN
3BA 57106 AC
3BA 57106 UB
Note
If the referenced cabinets above are not used, the CPU6 Step2 and CPU7 boards will work at 10
Mbits maximum.
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6.
MEDIA GATEWAY
6.1.
GD/GA boards
− Direct connectivity of the Ethernet port of these boards to a port of a switch is mandatory.
− By default, dynamic IP addressing is active (DHCP) on a GD board.
− The GA board does not support DHCP feature.
− If the GD supports H323 links, a static IP address must be assigned to the GD.
− Now the maximum duration for the GD software downloading is manageable from eMG
binaries:
•
16.34 (E2.504.1.r)
•
22.7 (F1.603.1.h)
•
30.9 (F2.500.6.e)
• 40.5.1 (F3.301.9)
By default, the timeout is 20 min. AT the end of this timeout, the GD restarts with its previous
software.
− Due to the possibility of the GD to encrypt directly its signaling link, two versions of GD binaries
are available from Release 9.0: one containing the encryption mechanisms and one without. As
for the IP Touch sets since Release 6.2, the generic OmniPCX Enterprise versions provide the
binaries without the encryption mechanisms, whereas the binaries with these mechanisms will be
available in the corresponding secured patch.
− GD/GA binaries (secured or not) are systematically signed. This information is verified only on
PBX in protect mode.
6.2.
INTIPB board
In the document the name "INTIPA or B" concerns the INTIP board as well the INTIP2 board
− Direct connectivity of the Ethernet port of the INTIPB board to a port of a switch is mandatory.
− The INTIPB board supports 10/100Mb/s and Half/Full Duplex mode.
− The mode Full-Duplex or Half-Duplex (default mode) of the INTIPB must be configured via the
V24:
•
If the switch is in auto-negotiation, the switch will operate in the mode configured in the
INTIPB.
•
If the switch is configured in Full-Duplex, the INTIPB must be configured in Full-Duplex too.
•
If the switch is configured in Half-Duplex, the INTIPB must be configured in Half-Duplex too.
− To configure the INTIPB in static IP addressing mode or Half/Full, you must use the cable 3BA
28112 for INTIP board and the cable 3EH 75003 AAAA for the INTIP2 board.
− The INTIPB board must not be used for H323 links or IP Phones handling.
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6.3.
Remote connection towards GD/GA/INTIP boards
6.3.1.
Release 9.0 before patch H1.301.38
For safety reasons, telnet access towards GD/GA/INTIP boards has been disabled. The remote
access towards INTIP boards remains available using the cpl_online command.
Regarding the GD and GA boards, a mechanism similar to that of IP Touch sets has been
implemented.
•
Activation of telnet service for a specific GD using the ippstat command.
•
Remote access towards GD/GA using the telnet_al
command.
<GD/GA_board_address>
Note
This command corresponds to telnet <GD/GA_address> -b <CS_real_address>, the b
option allows to force the sender address of the request and in this case not use the main address.
The telnet client of the board GD/GA, which has been suppressed in Release 9.0, was necessary in
particular to access the maintenance commands relative to the H323 process (telnet from the GD on
its H323 port (4560)). These commands are now available through the ccmonitor command of
the GD.
6.3.2.
Releases 8.0.1 (from G1.503.35), 9.0 (from H1.301.38) and 9.1
The telnet activation, used for the GD in Release 9.0 before patch H1.301.38, has a major
drawback: in case the signaling link between the Call Server and the GD wasn’t active, there was no
way to activate the telnet, even locally, for remote debugging.
To overcome this limitation, as of Releases 8.0.1 (from patch G1.503.35), 9.0 (from H1.301.38)
and 9.1, the telnet activation will be possible in the same fashion, using a new entry in "mgconfig"
tool (on GD/GA), "14 – Telnet server", which will allow to de-activate the telnet, activate the telnet for
a limited period or activate it without limitation. The ippstat method remains possible.
The same process applies to authorize a remote connection via telnet on NGP boards (the ippstat
solution doesn’t apply though).
6.4.
NGP boards
This general naming concerns GD3, GA3, PowerMEX as well as INTIP3 boards.
Chapter 7.7.8 of the main section of this document provides the different hardware compatibility
information related to the use of NGP boards.
NGP boards don’t support the following topics:
•
Non "Direct RTP mode in network"
•
Proprietary H323 inter-nodes protocol (only H323 mode is supported)
•
Proprietary fax mode between Media Gateway (only H323 mode is supported)
Contrary to INTIP, the INTIP3 board doesn’t support transit function. So with NGP, whatever the
board used, the direct RTP mode is the only mode to take into account.
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NGP binaries (secured or not) are systematically signed. This signature is verified in all cases by Call
Server (mode protect or bypass).
Resources provisioning on Common Hardware NGP boards:
Armada
daughter
board
Compressors
No
15
No
30
Yes
45
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
60
0
15
30
30
Yes
Yes
No
N/A
45
60
0
N/A
GD-3 mix
GA-3 N-conf
GA-3 mix
GA-3 VoIP
GA-3 3-conf
PowerMex
N-way conferences
1x7, 2x7, 3x7, 4x7 or
1x15, 2x15 or 1x30
0
1x7, 2x7, 3x7, 4x7 or
1x15, 2x15 or 1x30
0
4x7 or 2x15 or 1x30
1x7, 2x7, 3x7 or 1x15
0
3x7, 4x7, 2x15 or
1x30
1x7, 2x7 or 2x15
0
0
N/A
Voice Guide
access
3-way conf
DTMF
receivers
16
24
30
16
24
30
16
24
30
16
16
16
16
0
24
3
3
3
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
24
0
0
0
30
The account root has to be used to enter the console of a NGP board. The account admin exists but
doesn’t allow doing anything.
To reload from scratch a binary in a GD3/GA3/INTIP3 board, just use PC Installer in version 2.26
and perform a network boot of the board: it will automatically reformat its flash and then download
the various binary files. The LOLA mode, used for GD/GD2 boards is no more necessary as the
flash reformat is performed automatically. A reboot of the NGP board is mandatory after the
flashing process.
To enter the BIOS of a GD3, GA3 or INTIP3, as for a GD board, the sequence Ctrl-B Ctrl-I has to be
done (rather quickly for NGP).
U-Boot 1.3.0-rc3 (Apr 15 2009 - 16:37:27) 3EH30350AAAI bootl100/000.008
Reset Status: Software Hard, External/Internal Soft, External/Internal Hard
CPU: e300c4, MPC8377, Rev: 21 at 399.999 MHz, CSB: 266 MHz
I2C: ready
DRAM:
DDR DIMM: data bus width is 64 bit without ECC
DDRC ECC mode: OFF
DDR RAM: 256 MB
FLASH: 2 MB <---------------- Press quickly Ctrl-B Ctrl-I immediately after this info
PCI: Bus Dev VenId DevId Class Int
00 17 1064 2102 0000 00
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
Net: TSEC0, TSEC1
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7.
VoIP
− The echo delay can no more be managed. It is set automatically according to the hardware
used:
•
GIP6-GIP6A-MCV8-MCV24 board: the echo delay is limited to 32 ms.
•
GIP4-1/GIP4-4/MADA-1/MADA-3/Armada board: the echo delay is limited to 128 ms.
− LIOE.
The H323 protocol over LIOE is no longer supported from Release 6.0 since LIOE and TSC-LIOE
boards are no longer supported. When migrating to Release 8.0.1, the LIOE boards must be
replaced by INTIP2 boards. They also must be replaced in case of an heterogeneous network.
In a network with R8.x nodes, there must not be LIOE and TSC-LIOE boards.
− Direct RTP H323.
The management of H323 direct RTP on OmniPCX Enterprise must be carefully enabled since all
H323 terminals of the installation must be able to reroute the H245 RTP flow called "Empty
Terminal Capability Set" or "Voice Path Replacement".
No direct RTP between SIP set and a H323 terminal.
No direct RTP between H323 terminals with different compression algorithms (for instance case
of H323 terminal in G723 or G729 calling a 4645 in G711)
− Direct RTP in network.
It is used with IP devices (IP Phones, Alcatel 4980 IP Telephony, GDx, GAx, 4645 voice mail,
INTIPx, H323 equipment and H323 Gateways); it allows to establish a direct RTP communication
between the 2 IP-devices over the network in order to optimize the number of
compressions/decompressions.
•
The DPNSS prefix for path replacement must be systematically managed.
•
The configuration must be homogeneous in the whole network; reboot of the system is
mandatory after activation of this feature.
•
Direct RTP in network is available with H323 terminals or H323 Gateway if all nodes are in
Release 7.0 or higher.
•
Fast start must be activated with LIOE boards.
• NGP boards support only the "Direct RTP in network" mode.
As of Release 9.1, the Direct RTP mode parameter in "IP / IP Parameters" has been
suppressed and the Direct RTP mode in network activated in all cases: the non Direct
RTP mode in network is no more possible. This rule applies for both new systems and
systems upgraded from older releases to release 9.1. The other nodes of the ABC-F
network must be managed accordingly. All the Alcatel-Lucent devices used must support
this mode.
− Multi-node transit without compression/decompression like in OmniPCX 4400: this optimization
is not implemented in OmniPCX Enterprise; in place, direct RTP in network is provided.
− It is not possible to create several IP trunk groups for a GDx/GAx/INTIPx board => use the VPN
Call Limitation feature to limit the number of calls per direction.
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− For a GDx/GAx/INTIPx, the number of trunks in a trunk group must not be managed. You must
retain the default configuration (30 trunks created). The limitation of compressors will be carried
out by managing the VPN TS % in the trunk group or by the "VPN Call Limitation" feature.
− From R5.0 Lx, QoS profile control on ABC-F VoIP links is no longer available (with/out direct RTP
switching in network).
− The VoIPstat command is no longer usable.
− Mix of communication with Fax and Voice in a same room: during the voice communication, the
DSP might change to Fax mode; the only workaround is to reduce the volume of the Fax.
− As of Release 9.1, the boolean H323 signaling for inter-node links has been
removed: only the H323 mode is possible. The other nodes of the ABC-F network must be
managed accordingly. NGP boards only support this mode.
− When creating or modifying the IP trunk group on a GD, the Media Gateway will reset in order
to take into account the changes.
− UDP port range: UDP base port manageable by a system parameter and taken into account by
all IP equipments (Call Server, INTIP, GD, GA, IP Phone, etc.) except Fast IP Enabler.
CAUTION
This parameter is common for all the installation and is managed only under
IP/IP Phones Parameters/UDP Port
− QoS Tickets.
•
QoS tickets are provided by GD/GA/INTIP boards, IP Phone V2, IP Touch (in NOE mode), My
Phone and 4645 voice mail.
− Fax over IP.
•
The rate is limited to 9600 bit/s in Fax Relay mode with common hardware and Crystal
Hardware.
•
The rate remains at 9600 bit/s for the inter Media-Gateway T38 fax mode, introduced in
R9.0.
•
Fax T38 interworking with OmniAccess 512 (VSA Interface) is not available.
•
Fax V34 is supported.
•
From Release 7.0, the Analog type parameter used to create an analog equipment of
"Fax" or "Modem" type in order to initialize the connection in transparent mode from the start
of the communication , concern only the modem:
Users / Analog type + No specific management or Fax
•
If the equipment is a fax: Switch-over to transparency after detection of 2100 Hz by DSP.
•
If the equipment is a modem: Switch-over to transparency after detection of 2100 Hz par le
DSP,
If there is no carrier, no switch-over to transparency.
•
If the equipment is a set: No switch-over to transparency except if the DSP detects the 2100
Hz.
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•
If Fax behind GD or INTIP are used, verify and manage if necessary value 7 in "V21 Jitter
Buffer Length" under "IP/Fax parameters": all GDs and INTIP must be rebooted to validate this
value
•
When the Inter-Media Gateway T38 fax, introduced in Release 9.0, is used it must be
activated on the various nodes connected by VoIP logical link. A manual reset of GD/INTIP
boards is imperative to take into account the new mode. This mode has also been ported in
Release 8.0.1 since patch G1.503.35. NGP boards only support T38 fax mode between
Media Gateways.
•
On a secured system with Thales devices (IP Touch Security) and using the inter MediaGateway T38 fax mode, the Local T38 port number parameter must be set to RTP
port Number + 0.
− Audiocodes MP-102.
•
Interworking with MP-102 boxes is supported but only for fax transmissions (analog sets
are not supported); refer to the technical communication TC0336 Setting the T38 fax over IP
application (with MP-102 version 4.0).
•
No accounting for fax calls.
− Audiocodes MP-112.
T38-SIP: From R7.1, the default value of the Minimal authentication method parameter
is set to the DIGEST (with a password).
T38 Fax over SIP operation is supported with the MP-112 equipment. The transfer in TCP mode is
not allowed, the UDP one must be used.
− Audiocodes MP-118
An analog set (respectively a fax) plugged on a MP-118 must correspond to a SIP set with type
"SIP extension" (respectively "SIP Device" / "External set") on CS side.
− IP Services / Port numbers.
•
The port numbers used are listed in the System Documentation.
CAUTION
The System documentation is also applicable for Releases 5.0 Lx and higher.
•
For VoIP flows, the range of UDP ports used can be customized in the range 0 to 65535;
supported by all IP equipment like GD, GA, e-Reflexes range (IP-Phone V2) etc. except Fast
IP Enabler (TSC-IP V1S).
− Internal DHCP Server
Verify that the range of the IP addresses assigned is sufficient for the number of clients. If the
number is lower than the numbers of clients, it would duplicate IP addresses with Windows or
MAC clients for example, the server is not protected against the reactivation of IP address by
these clients.
− Internal DHCP server is restricted to 5 000 IP Touch.
− G729 40 ms.
CAUTION
The lengthening of the sending framing over IP involves two consequences on the voice:
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1 An increase of the time from beginning to end.
2 Any loss of package means that larger quantity of information is lost, involving a faster
degradation of the voice.
− Jitter buffer.
Up to Release 9.0, the jitter buffer was managed by default in static mode with a buffer depth of
100 ms. As for Release 9.1, the default mode is changed with the use of the dynamic mode
together with a buffer depth of 300 ms. These new settings will help to avoid any packets
accumulation on one side after a jitter burst. They will also allow storing more packets and then
accept a more important jitter.
8.
ABC-F IP TRUNK GROUP
When creating the ABC-F IP trunk group, the Homogeneous network for direct RTP
parameter must be set to Yes if each node of sub-network located behind the ABC-F IP trunk group
is in R9.0 or higher. If one of the nodes of remote sub-network is in version less than R9.0, the
parameter must be set to No.
If the sub-network, located behind the ABC-F IP trunk group, has a QSIG trunk group, the
Homogeneous network for direct RTP parameter must be set to No.
It is not possible to have both on a same node a ABC-F (IP or not) trunk group and a DPNSS trunk
group.
The ongoing communications on an ABC-F IP trunk group are not maintained in case of Call Server
switch-over. This limitation is removed as of Release 9.1.
There is no encryption of the voice and signaling flows between two sub-networks linked by an ABCF IP trunk group.
This trunk group doesn't support the transparent fax/modem and cannot be distributed.
Only one ABC-F IP trunk group between two OmniPCX Enterprises. No mixity ABC-F TDM / ABC-F IP
between two sub-networks.
9.
SIP
As of Release 9.0, all standard SIP sets must be declared with the SIP Extension type. Standard
SIP sets are no longer supported with the former "SIP Device" mode (formerly called "External set").
Only items other than standard sets (Nokia sets in Dual mode, Alcatel 4135 conference module, fax,
video, etc.) should remain with the former "SIP Device" mode.
This new mode (Native SIP Call Controller, also named SEPLOS - SIP End Point Level Of Service in
some technical documents) allows to increase strongly the level of service on a SIP set, compared
with the SIP standard (use of many OmniPCX Enterprise prefixes, etc.). Only the sets mentioned in
the SEPLOS "white list" (refer to the technical documentation TC1108 Native SIP Call Controller:
White List) will be supported in complete SEPLOS mode. This "white list" is likely to be regularly
expanded further interoperability tests performed in the AAPP framework. The sets not listed in the
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"white list" continue to be supported with the basic level of service offered by the SIP standard
(functioning equivalent to R8.0).
When migrating a system with "SIP Device" / "External set" to R9.0, the system moves these sets into
the new mode (SIP extension) automatically.
It is mandatory to declare Nokia sets, used in Dual mode with OXE, as well as 4135
IP Conference Phones, with type "SIP device".
Procedure to follow:
•
Export the SIP entities which are not standard SIP sets (Nokia sets in Dual mode, 4135 IP
Conference Phones, fax, video, ...) by OmniVista 4760(i) by using .prg as export format.
•
Remove these entities then migrate to R9.0.
•
Import again the items which have been previously exported: standard SIP sets are in "SIP
Extension" and the other SIP entities in "SIP Device".
Information to manage SIP sets in SEPLOS mode with SIP Device Management is available in
OmniVista 4760 R5.0 documentation. See also the technical communications TC1106 Thomson
ST20xx SIP sets deployment and TC1255 4008 / 4018 SIP set deployment with OmniPCX Enterprise.
− Direct RTP Switching in network is mandatory when SIP phones are configured.
− A SIP set can be managed in an IP domain from Release 6.1 and Release 6.0.1 (version
F1.603.1.h).
− SIP-Phones are supported in:
•
stand-alone,
•
in network configurations.
− In R9.0, Business SIP sets in "SIP Extension" are mandatory multiline and room sets monoline.
These modes are those available by default and must not be modified for any reason.
− In Release 9.0, there is no status, either on the display or by voice guides, linked to the use of
prefixes (example: forward activation). This limitation has been removed in Release 9.1, where
the telephonic state of the set is indicated on the display of SEPLOS sets, provided they support
MESSAGE SIP method. This facility is available only on SEPLOS sets.
In the current version, characters country specific are not properly taken into account in the
strings displayed on the sets.
− Refer to the Release 9.0 Feature List for the list of telephonic features available on SIP sets with
the new mode brought by Release 9.0 (Native SIP Call Controller).
− Support of ST2022 and ST2030 Thomson sets.
The framing on these sets must be set to 20 ms in G711 and G729 and to 30 ms in G723.
Refer to technical communication TC1106 Thomson ST20xx SIP sets deployment for more
information regarding the deployment of these sets in an enterprise network (VLAN, spatial
redundancy, ...).
In the Release 9.0 current version, in case of forbidden action (prefix, international call, ...), the
message "Enter Extra Digits" may be displayed instead of "Not Authorized".
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− Support of 4008/4018 sets in SIP mode.
Refer to technical communication TC1255 4008 / 4018 SIP set deployment with OmniPCX
Enterprise for detailed information regarding the deployment of these sets in an enterprise
network.
− SIP Session Timer.
This feature can be made of two alternative ways: via the Re-Invite method (available in previous
releases) and via the Update method (available from R9.0). Depending of the SIP set possibilities,
this mode may also be set up within the set. If the CS is managed in "Update" mode, it is able to
switch back to "Re-Invite" mode if the set imposes this mode.
For OmniTouch Unified Communication, this new method requires R5.1. The OmniTouch
Unified Communication will use the mode set up on the CS.
− SIP Keep Alive mechanism is available in Release 9.1 only for SIP sets declared in SEPLOS mode
and provided that they support OPTION messages.
− Reason header is also specific to SIP sets declared in SEPLOS mode. This information is intended
for network administrators and Business Partners (information provided in English only in the SIP
trace). In the current version, 4008/4018EE sets in SIP mode display this information, so endusers will see some English messages despite the set language may be managed in another
language.
10.
SETS
10.1.
IP Phone V1 – V1S
The IP Phone V1 (4098 RE) sets are no more supported from Release 6.0.
The IP Phone V1 set does not work in Direct RTP.
10.2.
IP Phone V2 (e-Reflexe)
− The VoIP Technical Characteristics of the IP-Phones are available on Business Portal.
− Multicast traffic supported before voice degradation, IP Phone reset: 90 Mb/s.
− The initialization duration without binary downloading is about 9 minutes for 2000 IP Phones.
CAUTION
The old 20 and 40 add-on modules are not compliant with the integrated IP Phones V2, the addon keys are ignored. These old add-on modules function correctly with TSCIP V1 and V1S sets.
New modules are available and function with TSCIP V1, V1S and IP Phone V2.
These modules are available with the references:
• Add-on 40 keys:
♦ Reflexes module add-on 40 packaged
♦ Reflexes module add-on 40
: 3AK 27107 ADAB
: 3AK 26044 ABAA
• Add-on 20 keys:
♦ Reflexes module add-on 20 packaged
♦ Reflexes module add-on 20
: 3AK 27107 DDAB
: 3AK 26043 ABAA
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These new modules are marked "Add-on UA/IP" on the packaging and on the label pasted under
the module.
10.3.
Alcatel series 8 & 9 sets
− The Alcatel series 8 & 9 sets cannot be used as attendant sets.
These restrictions will be removed in next versions. As of Release 9.1, 4068 set (Fast Ethernet or
Extended Edition) can be used as attendant.
− Alcatel series 8 & 9 sets can be used as CCD sets from Release 7.0.
− Alcatel series 9 sets used as CCD sets require eUA32 boards (3BA 23266).
− The IP configuration on IP Touch series 8 sets can be locked by a password (common for the
installation).
− The series 9 sets cannot access to XML applications.
− Only the 4028-4038-4068 sets can access to XML applications.
− The 4018-4028 set cannot access to OmniTouch UC R4.0 (My Phone, My Messaging, My
Assistant).
− No total substitution but only partial.
− No hands-free on 4019 set.
− 4018 & 4019 sets do not support Electronic Add-on modules.
− 4018 & 4019 sets cannot use the call by name feature.
− Add-on modules AP (3GV 27014) and S0 (3GV 27016) are compatible with UA Reflexe and 9
series sets.
− Add-on module External ringing interface (3GV28050AA) is compatible with UA Reflexe and 8 &
9 series sets.
− Add-on module V24 / CTI (3GV 27015) is compatible with UA Reflexe sets and cannot be
declared behind 9 series sets.
− No series 9 set behind a RT2 or LIO board.
− No series 9 set in remote UA (LUTA-RUTA).
− The recording of calls on TDM sets as well as the access to the external ringing are possible with
the series 9 sets only with the following board references:
• REC8
: 3BD 19218 AHAA
• REC1 box
: 3BD 19160 AEAA
• External Bell : 3BD 11086 ACAA
These boards remain compatible with the UA sets of Reflexe range.
Refer to the technical communication TC0715 REC8 board, REC1 box and external bell with
binary 3.6 < uanv ≤ 4.4 do not work.
− The Survivability feature is only supported by the IP Touch series 8 sets. The eReflexes sets are not
compatible.
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− "SIP Survivability" feature, released for 4008/4018/4028/4038/4068 Extended Edition sets.
Once switched in SIP mode, the sets continue to use the NOE data file.
The concerned binaries are noesip4018 (resp. noesip40x8) and dat4018 (resp. dat40x8) for
4008/4018 Extended Edition (resp. 4028/4038/4068 Extended Edition) sets.
− From Release 6.1, 74 programmable keys are available (72 via the Perso tab of the set and 2
via F1 and F2 keys).
REMINDER
In Release 6.0:
•
40 programmable keys are available,
•
the key 43 which was located on the Add-on module will correspond to the key 75 of the
Add-on module in Release 6.1.x, 6.2 or R7.0.
When migrating from R6.0 to R7.0, the networked IP Touch 4038 and 4068 Executive/Secretary
sets must be managed again. The list of IP Touch Executive/Secretary sets to be managed is
supplied automatically in the result of the translation. You can also get it with swinst ; see
below.
Login
Password
option 7
option 5
swinst
SoftInst
Database tools
About last database operation
“ Altering table KEYBOARD
Copying table files, droping old table, creating new table, done
Preparing to read/insert rows, done
Reading/Inserting rows,
No Translate BOSS/SECRETARY Network DO MANUALLY : Set 64127 Key 047 Sub 64036
No Translate BOSS/SECRETARY Network DO MANUALLY : Set 67889 Key 041 Sub 67881
Table KEYBOARD altered “
− Certain prefixes cannot be used since they available through keys available in the menu page of
the set: language, programming the contrast, no ring.
− It is recommended to use add-on modules when supervising Boss/Secretary and MLA.
− There is no Help key on external applications.
− Each set of the series 8 support the "Statistic tickets over IP" feature as of Release 6.2.
− The migration of a Z set towards an IP Touch set is carried out in two steps:
•
Migration of Z set towards an UA or IP set.
•
Migration of UA or IP set towards an IP Touch set.
− If using Alcatel IP Touch 4068 set with Bluetooth in a WLAN environment, interferences can be
generated which can degrade the quality of transmission, in particular the audio of these
equipments. Alcatel-Lucent recommends not to use these two technologies simultaneously.
− You can connect up to 3 Electronic Add-On modules. These modules cannot be mixed with the
other types of Add-on modules.
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From Release 6.1, the available configurations are:
•
one Add-on module 10 keys
•
one Add-on module 40 keys
•
one Add-on module 40 keys + one Add-on module 10 keys
•
one Electronic Add-On modules
•
two Electronic Add-On modules
•
three Electronic Add-On modules
− Downloading the series 9 sets.
The loading of a dynamic patch with new binaries regarding the series 9 sets, are initialized
automatically following the type of downloading selected. This can eventually cause an
inconvenience for the client if the installation of the dynamic patch is carried out in the daytime;
you should:
•
set the field Download policy (Phone Facilities categories) to Delayed
•
install the patch.
− As of Release 8.0, the display of the Chinese, Japanese and Korean on IP Touch sets requires the
use of new fonts (22 000 characters for the Chinese).
These fonts are supplied in the form of files of location downloaded in Flash of the IP Touch sets
when selecting the display language of the terminal.
The taking into account of these location files involves a reset of IP Touch.
− As of Release 9.1, Hebrew strings are offered on 4028/4038/4068 sets (Fast Ethernet or
Extended Edition). The Call-By-name feature won’t benefit from it.
Restriction: This new language is not available on IP Desktop Softphone, 4008/4018, X9 series,
DECT, MIPT sets.
− As of Release 8.0, all Alcatel series 8 & 9 sets except 4008 can be managed as associated set to
A4059-IP attendant equipped with a MMK USB keyboard.
− As of Release 8.0, the customization of series 8 & 9 set ringing is available with the use of
"Online Service MyRingtone" application available on Business Portal.
− In Release 8.0, the IME (Input Method Editor) mode allows a user to enter non-Latin characters
on series 8 & 9 sets using a standard Latin keyboard (with or without special marking on
keyboard) for carrying out a call by name or for managing the softkeys.
− Signature of START_RTP.
In Release 9.0, during the IP Touch initialization, the CS checks the MAC address of the set,
returned at the START_NOE TFTP request, and the MAC address of the set, returned during the
signaling link initialization of the set. A new field was added in IP-link protocol in the message
that returns the IP address of the set. If this new field is not present in the signaling message the
initialization of the set is still performed, but the incident 441 is generated. This mechanism is not
implemented on the MIPTs and IP SoftPhones.
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VoWLAN R1.x offer is no more supported from Release 7.0 and must be replaced by
VoWLAN Release 3.0 offer from OmniPCX Enterprise Release 8.0.
For more information, refer to the technical communications TC0940 Technical Release Note for
VoWLAN Release 3.0 offer and TC1195 Technical Release Note of VoWLAN 4.1 for OmniPCX
Enterprise.
− MIPT handsets have same level of feature than an IP Touch set (call by name, tandem, Boss /
secretary, notification messages, Hotel and Hospital sets, etc.).
− MIPT handsets are not supported in Contact Center, attendant, etc.
− MIPT handsets support codecs G711 and G729A.
− MIPT handsets supports the WEP, WPA and WPA2-PSK
− As of Release 8.0, VoWLAN offer operates around Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 310&610TM (MIPT
310&610) handsets, integrating the NOE protocol (New Office Environment) and compatible
with or without Mobile IP Touch SVP Server (SVP Server). The mode without SVP server is only
available on the OmniAccess WirelessLAN infrastructure. If there is a mixing of MIPT 300&600
and MIPT 310&610 handsets, a SVP Server must be used.
10.5.
DECT
− In the case of common hardware, DECT can be installed on different Media Gateways, but these
Media Gateways must be necessarily located on different sites due to the interferences this
would generate, the Media Gateways being not synchronized from a DECT point of view. You
should not have overlapping between base stations.
− Only frequency number 1, 2, 4, 8 are available for PWT (5 does not work); same as for
OmniPCX 4400.
− DECT Campus.
•
The DECT Campus feature is not supported with Call Server or Appliance Server driving
common hardware or Crystal Media Gateway.
•
Due to a bad synchronization of INTOFS board, the DECT Campus is not operational.
DECT(s) remain attached to their preferential node. Thus in limit of coverage, there is no
handover towards the node of better coverage. In this case, reset INTOFS boards of the PCX
after restarting the PCX
− No cohabitation of DECT2 and DECT4 with DECT8.
− 5 digit DECT dialing.
This feature is only allowed for Mobile 100&200 Reflexes, Ascom DECT, 4074 HB in UA2 mode,
GAP sets, TSC DECT, 4073 (PWT).
− As of Release 8.0, XL configuration is only supported on Appliance Server and does not allow an
operation of Campus DECT.
− As of Release 8.0, DECT is available for USA. PWT and DECT cannot operate on the same
installation.
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− INTIP3B board carries out a full DTM function for its own ACT. This means all DECT
synchronizations are broadcasted over the whole remote crystal including sub-level. In such case,
there is no more need to use an additional DECT synchro board in the shelf. It is forbidden in a
remote ACT to perform this DTM function on both INTIP3B and DECT board. INTIP3B switchover
preserves the DECT synchros.
10.6.
UA Extender 4051/4052
The use of UA Extender 4051/4052 is not available through IP.
11.
IP TOUCH SECURITY FEATURE
The IP Touch Security feature works with a secured patch, delivered in complement of the generic
version.
To get this secured patch, a request must be made on Alcatel-Lucent Business Partner Website.
This secured patch has the same name as the generic delivery to which it is referred preceded by the
letter S (for Security).
This secured patch contains only:
•
Secured binaries for IP Touch series 8
•
Secured GD binaries likely to encrypt the signaling directly
•
Secured GD3 / GA3 / INTIP3 binaries likely to encrypt both voice and signaling directly
• Binaries for IP Touch Security Module.
The installation of this secured patch is carried out in a second step after installation of the
generic version and patch.
In multi-SSM duplicated configuration:
•
The 4645 must be on a dedicated CPU protected by a MSM
•
The encryption of the OmniTouch UC server cannot be done by one of the two SSM but by
the use of a MSM
In multi-SSM spatial redundancy configuration (SSM in blocking mode), it is necessary to define a
specific link between IP physical address of each Call Server and main IP address of the other Call
Server.
In multi-SSM traditional duplication configuration (only one main address):
•
During module initialization if the Main address was defined on the plain and cipher port, in
established mode the module consider the Main address on its plain port (in normal state, IP
element cannot be at the same time on the plain port and cipher port)
•
In a result of the preceding point, the modules must remain in passing mode
Before moving a set of a secured system towards an unsecured system (moved within a ABC network
or changed on another system), unsecured manually the set and remove it from IP network before it
recover again the lanpbx.cfg protected file
After each change of mode (secured / unsecured), Call Server must be restarted.
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To customize GD3 / INTIP3B board with Soft-MSM feature (PSKmg), the version 1.2.01 of Security
Center has to be used. GA3 and INTIP3A boards don’t have to be customized and must be
configured with Voice MSM type instead of SoftMSM type (to be used only for GD3 and INTIP3B).
Only boards with SoftMSM type (ie GD3, INTIP3B) are taken into account by software lock 348.
Before activating Soft-MSM feature on a NGP board, it is mandatory for the board to perform an
initial boot without encryption (MG type selected in "Addresses to protect" MAO object).
12.
SIP TLS FOR EXTERNAL GATEWAY
Before OmniPCX Enterprise Release 10.0, only IPsec/SRTP protocols were supported to protect
UA/NOE communications. The IPsec protocol protects UA/NOE signaling and the SRTP protocol
protects the sent and received voice flows.
As of OmniPCX Enterprise Release 10.0, SIP TLS/SRTP protocols are supported to secure SIP Trunks
configured on the OXE to a Carrier or Service Provider network (Public SIP Trunking in ISDN mode).
The TLS protocol protects SIP signaling and the SRTP protocol protects voice flows.
Depending on Carrier/Service Provider capabilities, voice media can also be encrypted using SRTP.
Each Public SIP Trunk can be configured at OXE level with SIP TLS&RTP or SIP TLS&SRTP. The voice
media can be end-to-end encrypted (using SRTP) from the IP Touch set in the customer’s network up
to the Carrier’s gateway.
Restrictions whatever the system configuration:
•
The minimum OXE Release is 10.0 (J1.410.34.c).
•
SSM boxes model and MSM boxes model are not compatible with the SIP TLS feature. These
boxes must be replaced by new Server Security Modules SSM-RM and Media Security
Modules MSM-RM in front of PCS.
•
SIP TLS with SIP devices or SIP extensions is not supported.
•
For duplicated Com Server configuration, spatial redundancy is mandatory (2 different Main
IP addresses for each CPU).
As of Release 10.0, IPsec/SRTP and SIP TLS/SRTP protocols can be used simultaneously in the
different configurations detailed in PCS Form.
13.
APPLICATIONS
13.1.
OmniVista 4760
− Blind attendant can't reach the 4760 directory through Internet Explorer although it was possible
with the A4755.
− From Release 7.1, the OmniVista 4760 R4.2 application allows the remote download of patches
on OmniPCX Enterprise and PCS (Passive Communication Server) in a simplified and scheduled
process.
− Software download and OmniVista 4760.
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•
During the software download operation, you must not try to access to the 2nd partition,
otherwise the download process which was running will stop!.
•
Patch downloading duration per CS in a common hardware rack is about 1.15 hour/CS
(patch size of 150 MB).
For more information, refer to the technical communication TC0890 OmniPCX Enterprise
download software with OmniVista 4760.
− From Release 7.1, OmniVista 4760 R5.0 application can load MAO logs from PCX.
− OmniVista 4760 R5.0 application forces now a PCX backup whatever the selected mode:
immediate or scheduled.
13.2.
OmniVista 4760i
This application is no more supported and can’t be activated anymore. Use mgr or OmniVista 4760
to configure the OmniPCX Enterprise. In case of upgrade to Release 10.0, the application will be
deactivated, if previously activated.
13.3.
External Voice Mail
As of Release 10.0, the new parameter Subscription
Application ->External Voice Mail object is added.
on
registration in mgr->
It must be set to False (Default value) when using external application such as UC R6, ACS, AVST,
…
In case of OXE set using Local Storage Mail box (on OpenTouch Solution), this parameter must be
set to True to allow notification on the OXE set when he receives a new voice message. When OXE
receives the "Register" from Local Storage Voice Mail, a "Subscribe" is sent for the user to receive
notifications.
13.4.
SIP Device Management Server
This application needs to be installed on 4760 server. The exact release required depends on the
kind of set to be managed.
It supplies binaries and configuration files to Thomson ST20xx SIP devices (as of 4760 5.0 / SIP DMS
1.0) and to 4008/4018 Extended Edition sets in SIP mode (as of OmniVista 4760 R5.1.06.03.c / SIP
DMS 1.2).
For more detailed information, refer to OmniVista 4760 technical documentation and to technical
communication TC1254 Technical Release Note for Device Management Server 1.2.000.020.
14.
CLIP
− CLIP on Z32.
•
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) is only available with analog Z32/eZ32 board
with a Crystal (IP) Media Gateway.
•
The protocol ETSI (ETSI 300569 -1/2) and Bellcore (Bellcore TRNWT000030) are supported.
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•
The CLIP information is presented on an incoming call to an analog terminal that is on-hook
and is receiving ringing.
•
The feature is released only for 6 countries (France, USA, China, Taiwan, Pakistan and HongKong).
•
A CLIP terminal cannot receive an incoming call during the first 9.5 seconds after it has gone
on-hook.
•
CLIP is not available for analog phones associated with the 4980 My Softphone application.
• Some telephones only displayed the calling number and not the calling name.
•
The following sets have been validated for the US market: AT&T 9357, Uniden EXAI3781,
Sony IT-ID20, GE ATLINKS 29196GE1-A, Panasonic KX-TC1703, Bell South 900Mhz
MH9942BK
•
Alcatel-Lucent can't test and maintain a list of compatible telephone because there are
thousands of different phones. Business Partner should contact Professional Services to
undertake the validation of specific telephones on a case-by-case basis. Telephone vendors
should contact the Alcatel-Lucent Business Partner Program to carry out such validation of
their product.
− CLIP on SLI and MIX.
•
As of Release 8.0, SLI and MIX boards on common hardware supports the CLIP FSK ETSI or
Bellcore.
• Some telephones only displayed the calling number and not the calling name.
• Alcatel-Lucent can't test and maintain a list of compatible telephone because there are
thousands of different phones. Business Partner should contact Professional Services to
undertake the validation of specific telephones on a case-by-case basis. Telephone vendors
should contact the Alcatel-Lucent Business Partner Program to carry out such validation of
their product.
− CLIP Bellcore on NDDI2.
CLIP on NDDI2 is available for all markets from Release 6.1.
− CLIP Bellcore on APA.
•
CLIP on APA line (CLIDSP daughter board - 3EH 73034 AB) is available for all markets from
Release 6.1.
− CLIP DTMF on APA.
In R6.2 the CLIP DTMF on APA line (CLIDSP daughter board - 3EH 73034 AB) is available for
India and Taiwan.
15.
DIRECTORY
− External LDAP Server.
•
LDAP overflow is available on all sets.
•
Only Alcatel-Lucent 40x8 and 40x9 sets as well as Reflexe/eReflexe have a "Overflow" softkey.
•
During a phone book search with LDAP overflow setup, the PCX searches its local phone
book the corresponding entries to the search.
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♦ If the search in the phone book succeeds, only the sets having a "Overflow" softkey can
use the softkey to complete their search in the external LDAP server.
♦ If the search in the phone book fails, the search overflows towards external LDAP server
whatever the type of set.
•
The search in the external phone book is a "Begin with" search (the similar entries are not
displayed).
•
The result displays the directory number or if it misses the mobile number (both information
are not displayed). If no number is available, the entry is ignored even it corresponds to the
search.
•
client_ldap was no more available in R8.0.
In Release 8.0.1, a new client_ldap tool is available. It performs an LDAP search on
telnet access.
You don't need anymore to give LDAP parameters, such tool use actual OmniPCX Enterprise
configuration and requires only to specify the Entity Id.
(611)xa006011> client_ldap
Entity of set
54
Entity = 54
0 => Exit
1 => Search by name
2 => Search by initial
3 => Search by name and first name
1
Request Name ...
paris
Request 5 paris
Result reply_count 3
Result 0 PARIS STEPHANE 61234
Result 1 PARIS DELPHINE 72123
Result 2 PARIS LAURENT 72345
(611)xa006011>
Troubleshooting
You can trace the overflow to external ldap server by phone book process
♦ For the UTF-8 phone book
On OmniPCX Enterprise console launch:
utf8_pbm_tuner output-tty=`tty`
utf8_tuner trace-level=all
♦ For non UTF-8 phone book
On OmniPCX Enterprise console launch:
pbm_tuner output-tty=`tty`
tuner trace-level=all
− Search in UTF-8 phone book.
This feature is only available for 40x8 and 40x9 sets.
Note
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If the UTF-8 field is completed in user data with the same information as Latin name, the search
of name in the directory, using "Call by name", will give a double result ( Latin name + UTF-8
name).
16.
BOARDS
− MIX board.
This board is not supported in a Rack 3U in central area.
− LIOB/LIOP/LIOX boards.
These boards are in phase out from Release 6.1. They are supported by Release 8.0 but can no
more be configured for addition or for new installation.
− INT1/INT2 boards.
These boards are no more supported from Release 6.1.1. They must be replaced by
INTOF/INTOF2 boards. On a migration, Actis will remove the INT1 or INT2 boards and will
propose a preferential rate on INTOF2 boards.
− INTOF2 board.
The mixing of various generation boards is allowed in a same rack but:
•
the couplers in relation to the link must be of the same type
•
the type of INTOF must be of the same type if the link is doubled or tripled
•
the INTOFS and INTOF2S are not compatible between them. If changing from INTOFS to
INTOF2S, you should also change the INTOFS which is faced to this board. No consistency
check is possible with the management because each board is part of a different node.
Nevertheless an anomaly will be sent by the INTOFS2 if the remote coupler is not the same.
− DPT1-2 board.
NPRAE and DPT1-2 boards cannot be used together on the same PCX.
− LANX16-1 / SLANX4 / LANX16-2 / LANX8-2.
•
These LAN switch boards are not manageable.
− NDDI2 board.
In R6.2 NDDI2 board is available for Australia.
17.
MISCELLANEOUS
− Z sets ringing.
•
Maximum number of simultaneous ringing sets in a Rack 1U: 6.
•
Maximum number of simultaneous ringing sets Rack 3U: 20.
− In the event where you should use a T1 access and an E1 access on the same system,
the two boards must be on different Media Gateway.
− MIPT.
No music played during a music on hold.
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− Customized ringing melody.
The customized ringing file is limited to 16 melodies.
− T0 interface on Media Gateway.
•
T0 "network mode" is only supported with the BRA board. Refer to the technical
communication TC0495 Using the network mode on T0 accesses of BRA boards on Media
Gateway.
− Number of mini-messages.
•
Maximum number of mini-messages is limited to:
♦ 32 000 on Appliance Server
♦ 10 000 on CPU7
♦ 1000 on other CPUs
− Number of automatic call back requests per node
•
As of Release 8.0, the number of automatic call back requests passes to 2000 by node
instead of 200.
− Number of T0.
•
Maximum number of T0 is limited to 1000.
− S0 interface on Media Gateway.
•
Native S0 is not supported on the BRA board => only connection through S0 plugware
is provided.
− 4645 voice mail embedded on Call Server or Appliance Server.
•
The number of simultaneous accesses is limited to 16 for a 4645 on a dedicated Call
Server (CS) or embedded on an Appliance Server (AS).
•
The voice quality might be impacted by the double compression/decompression on the
network when using a poor IP domain (with G723/G729 codec) between the node of the
voice mail and an other node of the network; even if the 4645 operates in G711, the 4645
will record a G723/G729 compressed/decompressed speech; and again at the restitution,
one G723/G729 compression/decompression will take place.
•
The attendant set has not access to the voice mail for consultation of the messages of a voice
mailbox.
•
Rerouting of Fax is not supported.
•
The 4645 supports only DTMF sent in the signaling.
− Voice Guides.
•
GD/GA board supports maximum 4 languages for voice guides (including music on hold).
•
As of Release 8.0, GD/GA allows the playing of 40 min music on hold.
•
The USA voice guides are the default A4645voice guides.
− DSP resources per GPA.
•
The maximum number of DSP resources per GPA-GD is fixed as following (not
extensible):
♦ DTMF Generation: 16.
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♦ R2 detection + DTMF Q23/Q23X Detection + Tone (single and dual) Detection:
ƒ payload of 5 % for R2:
Ö maximum 20 detections for R2 when no Tone Detection,
ƒ payload of 4 % for Q23/Q23X:
Ö maximum 25 Q23/Q23X detections when no Tone Detection,
ƒ payload of 3 % for Tone Detection:
Ö maximum 30 Tone Detections when no Q23/Q23X detection.
♦ Voice Guides Play: 16.
♦ Addition (3-Party conferencing, discrete listening, etc.): 3.
•
The maximum number of DSP resources per GPA-MEX is fixed as following (not
extensible):
♦ DTMF Generation: 16.
♦ R2 Detection + DTMF Q23/Q23X Detection + Tone (single and dual) Detection:
ƒ payload of 7 % for R2:
Ö maximum 14 detections for R2 when no Tone Detection,
ƒ payload of 6 % for Q23/Q23X:
Ö maximum 16 Q23/Q23X detections when no Tone Detection,
ƒ payload of 4 % for Tone Detection:
Ö maximum 25 Tone Detections when no Q23/Q23X detection.
♦ Addition (3-Party conferencing, discrete listening, etc.): 3.
•
The maximum number of DSP resources per GPA-GA is fixed as following (not
extensible):
♦ Addition (3-Party conferencing, discrete listening, etc.): 3.
♦ Voice Guides Play: 16.
•
Mutual aid between Media Gateways regarding DSP resources is not provided (excepted for
Voice Guide Play).
− Call Center and CSTA.
•
SOSM (Russia) is only available with 4400 hardware. An evolution of the box for Common
Hardware is being developed.
•
EAU (United Arabian Emirates) is available.
− A-Law/μ-Law.
•
The A-Law / μ–Law configuration is valid for the whole system.
•
DPT1-2 board does not allow any more the A-Law / μ-Law conversion.
− PSTN synchronization.
•
In case of common hardware, the PSTN access must be in the main rack (not in extension
racks).
•
In case of common hardware or IP crystal Media Gateway, the synchronization is local to the
Media-Gateway => synchronization by domain must be configured (Synchro Number 200
to 254).
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•
ACT 99 can't be synchronizing.
− RMA.
•
No hardware remote reset of the e-CS in case of an Appliance Server.
− eRMA.
•
No hardware remote reset of the e-CS.
•
The connection is lost in case of Call Server switch-over.
•
The connection won’t work if the Call Server Application is not running.
•
Only one simultaneous connection is possible.
•
eRMA connection works only in case of switching network connection on the GDx (does
not in case of access work through an ABC-F link).
•
eRMA feature is not available if the concerned Media Gateway encrypts directly the signaling
(MGsec).
− Back-up signaling.
•
The time to recover the telephonic functions in case of back-up link activation is about 3 to 6
minutes depending on the Media Gateway configuration and the type of signaling link used
for the back-up.
•
The number of digits expected when receiving the back-up call must be managed; see the
Technical Documentation.
•
The boards used for the establishment of the back-up link must be in the main rack.
•
In case of Crystal Server (with CPU5 Step3 or CPU6 Step2), it is mandatory to have a Media
Gateway near the main zone to have the backup feature.
•
In case an APA link is used for back-up signaling, this APA link will be dedicated for the backup signaling.
•
DASS2 or DPNSS links are not supported as back-up links.
•
No IP Phone in dynamic address.
•
No 4049 nor 4059 attendant station behind a Media Gateway with potential back-up
link.
•
Connection of Hybrid link/H323 links behind a Media Gateway with potential backup link is possible.
•
The following features are not accessible/provided when the back-up link is active:
♦ Feed-back tone to the sets when dialing (except for IP-Phone V2).
♦ Access to voice mail 4635H or 4645.
♦ Call Center.
♦ 4980 PC MM won’t work because the OTS server will not be accessible.
♦ Only local calls between the sets attached to the Media Gateway (including the IP-Phones
attached to the Media Gateway) or external calls through the local PSTN connections are
possible.
− Remote Extension.
•
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•
In VoIP network with the algorithm G723/G729, the public access has to be in the same
node that the remote extension otherwise there will be DTMF detection problem. It works
correctly with the G711 algorithm.
− ppp.
•
ppp connection w/o RMA does not operate with each current Linux versions. The connection
is active but telnet, config, synchro fail.
− SSH/SSL.
Each node of network must be in Release 6.0.x, 6.1.x or R6.2.
− Modem Multitech MT5600BA V92.
This modem must be connected to an UPS otherwise it can be blocked in case of power supply
failure.
− Call completion on busy trunk group.
•
Feature not available on S0 and attendant sets.
•
Operates only in overlap mode.
•
Does not operate in network.
•
Operates with ARS if the trunk group is local.
•
Does not operate on shared trunk group.
− Private to public overflow.
•
From Release 6.1.1, private to public overflow is subject to the same checks (through Phone
Facilities category) as private to public overflow in network.
•
From Release 8.0.1, private to public overflow of a routed call by RSI is monitored by RSI.
•
The sets of an inaccessible domain must be accessible in DDI.
•
It is required to have at least one public access for each domain.
•
All the phone services are lost when changing from a local call towards a public call.
− MOXA Box.
The MOXA box is used to increase the number of serial ports of OmnipCX Enterprise. The aim of
this Release 6.1 feature is to make easier the configuration of serial ports of the box: single
management of information in mgr instead of two distinct programs (mgr and npadm).
The firmware version of Moxa box must be 3.0 or higher.
A new MOXA box (NPort 5410) has been released as of Actis 13.6. It is used with OmniPCX
Enterprise on the same feature perimeter as the previous box.
− Multiple Redial list.
•
No multiple Redial list with 4035 attendants.
•
No save of the name of a local or networked call (homogeneous) in the following cases:
♦ Prefix of entity call.
♦ Attendant call.
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REMARKS & RESTRICTIONS
♦ Call of an abbreviated number.
•
Only available on sets:
♦ MR2 3G (4035, 4036, 4037).
♦ 3G (4020, 4021, 4022).
♦ IP Touch B, C, D.
•
No update of the list of calls sent by the Stand-By.
•
On each RUNTEL or reset of set, the list of sent calls is initialized.
•
No save on the disk.
− Installation of ACT shelves in computer cabinets.
OmniPCX Enterprise ACT shelves must be installed in computer cabinets closed and equipped
with fans.
They must comply with the same CEM and safety standards as the OmniPCX Enterprise ACT
shelves:
•
EMC: EN55022 :1998-EN55024: 1998/FCC part15
• Safety EN60950 :2000/IEC 60950 ed03/CSA/UL certification
The authorized configurations in the computer cabinets with 38U and 42U format are:
2 ACT shelves 28 positions or 4 ACT shelves 14 positions.
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