Samsung OfficeServ 7400 Installation manual

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Ed. 03
OfficeServ 7400
System Description
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OfficeServ 7400 System Description
INTRODUCTION
Purpose
This document introduces product overview, Hardware configuration, Specification and
functions of OfficeServ 7400, which are required to understand the OfficeServ 7400 system.
Document Content and Organization
This document consists of 4 chapters and abbreviations.
CHAPTER 1. Overview of OfficeServ 7400
Describes the features and the main functions of OfficeServ 7400 over all and introduces
system configuration, interface and programming.
CHAPTER 2. Hardware of OfficeServ 7400
Describes Hardware features, Chassis composition, modules by functions and
configuration of OfficeServ 7400. In addition, this chapter describes various stations,
wireless equipment and additional equipment available for OfficeServ 7400.
CHAPTER 3. Specification of OfficeServ 7400
Describes the detailed standards, such as system capacity, electrical standards, power
standards, ring and tone, equipment specification, of OfficeServ 7400.
CHAPTER 4. Functions of OfficeServ 7400
Describes Call, VoIP, Data, Unified Messaging Service (UMS), and Web and System
management functions provided by OfficeServ 7400.
ABBREVIATION
Provides solutions for the abbreviations used in this manual.
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Conventions
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and thoroughly understood. Such information may or may not be enclosed in a rectangular
box, separating it from the main text, but is always preceded by an icon and/or a bold title.
CHECKPOINT
Provides the operator with checkpoints for stable system operation.
NOTE
Indicates additional information as a reference.
Reference
OfficeServ 7400 Installation Manual
Describes the condition to install the OfficeServ 7400 system and how to inspect and
operate the system.
Revision History
EDITION
DATE OF ISSUE
REMARKS
00
10. 2007.
First Edition
01
10. 2008.
- The MP 40 functions were changed.
- Boards added: MGI16, 4HTRK, GPLIMT, GSIMT,
GWIMT, 8SLI2, 8COMBO2, 8TRK2, 16TRK, PLIM2
- Delete: 4WLI, WBS 24, WIP-5000M, 4DSL
- Replaced: MGI Æ MGI16/64, 8HYB/
8HYB2 Æ 8COMBO2, 16DLI Æ 16DLI2
II
02
04. 2009
Added Turkey RoHS announcement
03
04. 2010
- Added CNF24, OAS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
I
Purpose ................................................................................................................................................... I
Document Content and Organization ..................................................................................................... I
Conventions ........................................................................................................................................... II
Reference ............................................................................................................................................... II
Revision History ..................................................................................................................................... II
CHAPTER 1. Overview of OfficeServ 7400
1.1
1.2
1.3
1-1
Introduction to System .......................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1
Main Functions ...................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.2
System Architecture .............................................................................................................. 1-3
Interface .................................................................................................................................. 1-6
1.2.1
Interfaces between Sub-modules ......................................................................................... 1-6
1.2.2
Interfaces between VoIP Components ................................................................................. 1-8
Programming ......................................................................................................................... 1-9
CHAPTER 2. Hardware of OfficeServ 7400
2-1
2.1
Features of Hardware ............................................................................................................ 2-1
2.2
Chassis Configuration........................................................................................................... 2-3
2.2.1
2.3
2.4
Configuration of Slots ............................................................................................................ 2-4
Modules by Functions ........................................................................................................... 2-5
2.3.1
Control Module ...................................................................................................................... 2-5
2.3.2
Voice Trunk Line Module ..................................................................................................... 2-12
2.3.3
Voice Station Module........................................................................................................... 2-20
2.3.4
Data Server Module ............................................................................................................ 2-25
2.3.5
Voice Application Module .................................................................................................... 2-37
2.3.6
SVMi-20E ............................................................................................................................ 2-44
Station Phones ..................................................................................................................... 2-46
2.4.1
Regular Phones................................................................................................................... 2-46
2.4.2
Digital Phones ..................................................................................................................... 2-46
2.4.3
IP Phones ............................................................................................................................ 2-49
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2.5
2.6
2.4.4
Add-On Module (AOM) ....................................................................................................... 2-52
2.4.5
Keyset Daughter Board (KDB) ............................................................................................ 2-52
2.4.6
Door Phone and Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM)..................................................... 2-53
Wireless LAN Device ............................................................................................................ 2-54
2.5.1
Wireless LAN Access Point (SMT-R2000).......................................................................... 2-54
2.5.2
Mobile Phone....................................................................................................................... 2-54
Additional Devices ............................................................................................................... 2-55
2.6.1
On Hold/Background Sound Source................................................................................... 2-55
2.6.2
External Units ...................................................................................................................... 2-55
2.6.3
Loud Bell .............................................................................................................................. 2-55
2.6.4
Common Bell ....................................................................................................................... 2-55
2.6.5
OSM .................................................................................................................................... 2-55
2.6.6
Installation Tool .................................................................................................................... 2-56
2.6.7
SMDR .................................................................................................................................. 2-56
2.6.8
CTI ....................................................................................................................................... 2-56
2.6.9
NMS..................................................................................................................................... 2-56
CHAPTER 3. Specification of OfficeServ 7400
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
IV
3-1
System Capacity ..................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1
Trunk Line Capacity............................................................................................................... 3-3
3.1.2
Station (Subscriber) Line Capacity........................................................................................ 3-3
3.1.3
Number of Channels ............................................................................................................. 3-3
Electrical Specification .......................................................................................................... 3-4
3.2.1
Signal Specification ............................................................................................................... 3-4
3.2.2
Transmission Characteristics .............................................................................................. 3-12
3.2.3
Line Conditions .................................................................................................................... 3-12
Power Specification ............................................................................................................. 3-13
3.3.1
OfficeServ 7400 System Power .......................................................................................... 3-13
3.3.2
External Rectifier ................................................................................................................. 3-13
Rings and Tones ................................................................................................................... 3-14
3.4.1
Ring Cycles ......................................................................................................................... 3-14
3.4.2
Tones ................................................................................................................................... 3-14
3.5
Available Terminals .............................................................................................................. 3-15
3.6
Equipment Specification...................................................................................................... 3-16
3.7
Port Number Usage Detail ................................................................................................... 3-17
3.7.1
OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number.................................................................................. 3-17
3.7.2
OfficeServ Solutions Port Number ...................................................................................... 3-19
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CHAPTER 4. Functions of OfficeServ 7400
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.5
Call Functions ........................................................................................................................ 4-1
4.1.1
Dynamic IP Address Allocation ............................................................................................. 4-1
4.1.2
Router Interconnection Function ........................................................................................... 4-2
4.1.3
Router ALG Interface............................................................................................................. 4-3
VoIP Function ......................................................................................................................... 4-4
4.2.1
VoIP Network ......................................................................................................................... 4-4
4.2.2
VoIP Trunk Line Interface ...................................................................................................... 4-4
4.2.3
SIP Phone Interface .............................................................................................................. 4-4
4.2.4
Call Log.................................................................................................................................. 4-5
4.2.5
Forward Busy ........................................................................................................................ 4-5
4.2.6
Forward No Answer............................................................................................................... 4-5
4.2.7
Parallel Forking...................................................................................................................... 4-5
Data Server Functions ........................................................................................................... 4-6
4.3.1
Switches ................................................................................................................................ 4-6
4.3.2
Router .................................................................................................................................... 4-8
4.3.3
Security................................................................................................................................ 4-11
4.3.4
Data Server Applications Functions .................................................................................... 4-12
System Management Function ........................................................................................... 4-14
4.5.1
4.6
4-1
System Management Function ........................................................................................... 4-14
NMS Management Function ................................................................................................ 4-14
ABBREVIATION
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A ~ D ....................................................................................................................................................... I
E ~ K....................................................................................................................................................... II
L ~ Q ...................................................................................................................................................... III
R ~ V ..................................................................................................................................................... IV
W .......................................................................................................................................................... V
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1
Configuration of OfficeServ 7400 Service .............................................................. 1-3
Figure 1.2 Interface between VoIP Components ..................................................................... 1-8
Figure 2.1
Configuration of OfficeServ 7400 Chassis ............................................................. 2-3
Figure 2.2 Front View of MP40 ...............................................................................................2-7
Figure 2.3 Front View of LP40 .............................................................................................. 2-10
Figure 2.4 Front View of TEPRI ................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.5 Front View of the TEPRIa Board .......................................................................... 2-12
Figure 2.6 Front View of TEPRI2 .......................................................................................... 2-14
Figure 2.7 Front View of 4BRI ............................................................................................... 2-16
Figure 2.8 Front View of 8TRK .............................................................................................. 2-17
Figure 2.9 Front View of the 8TRK2 Board ........................................................................... 2-18
Figure 2.10 Front View of the 16TRK Board ......................................................................... 2-19
Figure 2.11 Front View of 8DLI ............................................................................................. 2-20
Figure 2.12 Front View of 8COMBO .......................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.13 Front View of 8COMBO2 ................................................................................... 2-21
Figure 2.14 Front View of the 8SLI Board .................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.15 Front View of the 8SLI2 Board ........................................................................... 2-22
Figure 2.16 Front View of 16MWSLI ..................................................................................... 2-23
Figure 2.17 Front View of 16SLI2 ......................................................................................... 2-23
Figure 2.18 Front View of 16DLI2 ......................................................................................... 2-24
Figure 2.19 Front View of LIM ............................................................................................... 2-25
Figure 2.20 Front View of PLIM ............................................................................................ 2-27
Figure 2.21 Front View of the PLIM2 Board .......................................................................... 2-29
Figure 2.22 Front View of GPLIM ............................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.23 Front View of GPLIMT ....................................................................................... 2-30
Figure 2.24 Front View of GSIM ............................................................................................ 2-32
Figure 2.25 Front View of GSIMT ......................................................................................... 2-33
Figure 2.26 Front View of GWIM ................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.27 Front View of GWIMT ........................................................................................ 2-36
Figure 2.28 Front View of 4DSL ................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.29 Front View of MGI ................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Figure 2.30 Front View of MGI64 .......................................................................................... 2-37
Figure 2.31 Front View of MGI16 .......................................................................................... 2-38
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Figure 2.32
Main Module of SVMi-20E ................................................................................. 2-44
Figure 2.33
DPLIM and Door Phone ..................................................................................... 2-53
Figure 2.34
SMT-R2000 ........................................................................................................ 2-54
Figure 2.35
SMT-W5100 ....................................................................................................... 2-54
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Figure 3.1 Trunk Line Loop Start Signaling ............................................................................ 3-4
Figure 3.2 External Rectifier ................................................................................................. 3-13
Figure 3.3
Chassis Configuration of OfficeServ 7400 ........................................................... 3-16
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1.1 Interface between Sub Modules ............................................................................. 1-6
Table 2.1 Configuration in the Back side of OfficeServ 7400 .................................................. 2-4
Table 2.2 Modules that can be mounted on the slots ............................................................. 2-4
Table 2.3 Modules by Functions ............................................................................................. 2-5
Table 2.4 Specification of MP40 ............................................................................................. 2-6
Table 2.5 Ports of MP40 ......................................................................................................... 2-7
Table 2.6 Specification of LP40 ............................................................................................ 2-10
Table 2.7 Ports and LEDs of LP40 ........................................................................................2-11
Table 2.8 Ports and LEDs of TEPRI ........................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Table 2.9 Ports and LEDs of the TEPRIa Board ................................................................... 2-13
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of TEPRI2 ................................................................................. 2-15
Table 2.11 Ports and LEDs of 4BRI ...................................................................................... 2-16
Table 2.12 Ports and LEDs of 8TRK..................................................................................... 2-17
Table 2.12 Ports and LEDs of 8TRK2................................................................................... 2-18
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of the 16TRK Board .................................................................. 2-19
Table 2.13 Ports and LEDs of 8DLI ...................................................................................... 2-20
Table 2.14 Ports and LEDs of 8COMBO/8COMBO2 ............................................................ 2-21
Table 2.15 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI Board ............................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
Table 2.16 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI2 Board .................................................................... 2-22
Table 2.17 Ports of 16MWSLI/16SLI2 .................................................................................. 2-23
Table 2.18 Ports of 16DLI2 ................................................................................................... 2-24
Table 2.19 Ports and LEDs of LIM ........................................................................................ 2-26
Table 2.20 Ports and LEDs of PLIM ..................................................................................... 2-28
Table 2.21 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM2 Board ................................................................... 2-29
Table 2.22 Ports and LEDs of GPLIMT ...................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Table 2.23 Ports and LEDs of GPLIMT ................................................................................ 2-31
Table 2.24 Ports and LEDs of GSIM..................................................................................... 2-32
Table 2.25 Ports and LEDs of GSIMT .................................................................................. 2-34
Table 2.26 Ports and LEDs of GWIM.......................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Table 2.27 Ports and LEDs of GWIMT ................................................................................. 2-36
Table 2.28 Ports and LEDs of 4DSL ........................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Table 2.29 Ports and LED of MGI ............................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
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Table 2.30 Ports and LEDs of MGI64/MGI16 ........................................................................ 2-38
Table 2.31 Main Module of SVMi-20E ................................................................................... 2-45
Table 3.1 OfficeServ 7400 Capacity ........................................................................................ 3-1
Table 3.2 Trunk Line Capacity ................................................................................................. 3-3
Table 3.3 Station Line Capacity............................................................................................... 3-3
Table 3.4 Channels of Each Slot .............................................................................................3-3
Table 3.5 Electrical Characteristics of the T1 Trunk Line......................................................... 3-4
Table 3.6 Electrical Characteristics of the E1 Trunk Line ........................................................ 3-5
Table 3.7 Electrical Characteristics of the BRI Trunk Line ....................................................... 3-5
Table 3.8 Electrical Characteristics of the PRI Trunk Line ....................................................... 3-6
Table 3.9 Electrical Characteristics of the DLI Line ................................................................. 3-6
Table 3.10 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIM/GWIMT Interface (V.35 Interface) ............. 3-7
Table 3.11 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIM/GWIMT Interface (RS-232C Interface) ..... 3-7
Table 3.12 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIM/GWIMT Interface (HSSI Interface) ........... 3-7
Table 3.13 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (10 Base-T)................................... 3-8
Table 3.14 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (100 Base-Tx) ............................... 3-8
Table 3.15 Electrical Characteristics of LAN Interface (1000 BASE-TX) ................................. 3-9
Table 3.16 Electrical Characteristics of LAN Interface (1000 BASE-FX) ................................. 3-9
Table 3.17
1000 BASE-SX/LX Optical Fiber ......................................................................... 3-10
Table 3.18 Electrical Characteristics of the VDSL Interface .................................................. 3-11
Table 3.19 I/O Voltage of PSU .............................................................................................. 3-13
Table 3.20 Cycles of System Ring ........................................................................................ 3-14
Table 3.21
Cycles of the System Tones ................................................................................ 3-14
Table 3.22 OfficeServ 7400 Compatible Terminals................................................................ 3-15
Table 3.23 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number .................................................................. 3-17
Table 3.24 OfficeServ Solution Port Number......................................................................... 3-19
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CHAPTER 1. Overview of OfficeServ
7400
This chapter describes the features and the main functions of OfficeServ 7400 overall and
introduces System Structure, Interface and Programming.
1.1 Introduction to System
OfficeServ 7400 is the most proper communication product for mid/large-sized offices and
provides the complex function including voice, data and internet functions.
OfficeServ 7400, also, provides the data exchange function using data network as well as
the voice call function. Users can enjoy various phone functions and applications at the
various platforms such as digital phones, IP phones, mobile phones, PCs and servers.
1.1.1 Main Functions
Main functions and features of OfficeServ 7400 are as follows:
Integrated Communication Environment
OfficeServ 7400 provides the data transmission service by using Local Area Network
(LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN) modules as well as the voice call function. Users can
conveniently communicate by using wireless/wired integration platforms (Telephones, PCs,
Wireless Phones and peripherals) function.
High Quality IP Phone Function
OfficeServ 7400 separates the priority of data packets and voice packets from grouping so
that it guarantees the following Quality of Service (QoS) in voice call:
y Layer 2 QoS: Priority Processing (802.1p), VLAN (802.1q)
y Layer 3 QoS: Class Based Queuing (CBQ), Real-time Transmission Protocol (RTP)
Priority Queuing, On-Demand Bandwidth management for WAN.
WAN and LAN Functions
OfficeServ 7400 is equipped with WAN and LAN interface modules so that it can
exchange data with external Internet and internal Intranet via 10/100 BASE-T or 1000
BASE-TX/SX/LX interface without additional data equipment.
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Wireless LAN Service
OfficeServ 7400 provides the wireless LAN solution for wireless/wired complex service in
office zone. OfficeServ 7400 uses Combo Access Point (AP) that serves separated data and
voices and supports hand-off and QoS. Since OfficeServ 7400 uses a wireless LAN BTS,
it allows users to make wireless/wired voice/data communication and access Internet.
Also, an efficient and convenient working environment can be made at any time or place
because sophisticated mobile stations are used for the 7400.
A Variety of Application Solutions
OfficeServ 7400 offers a variety of application solutions such as OfficeServ News,
OfficeServ EasySet, Internet Call Center, R-NMS, On-module Voice Mail Solutions,
Integrated Fax Server, and Digital Integrated Recording Systems.
Integrated and Application Solution
- ‘Integrated’ means that OfficeServ 7400 system inter-works with an external
solution server and the system and the server operates as one integrated
function.
- For detailed information about how to use each application solution,
refer to the User’s Guide for each application.
Convenient Installation and Expandability
OfficeServ 7400 can be conveniently installed as follows: the basic chassis and expansion
chassis of the OfficeServ 7400 are mounted on the 19-inch rack. Multiple service modules
can be expanded or installed in the universal slot. If needed, you can mount or demount
those service boards (excluding MP40 and LP40) during system operation. The applicable
systems and boards are represented in blue initials (
).
(should respect the installation manual's board replacement condition)
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1.1.2 System Architecture
OfficeServ 7400 is configured with the basic chassis and expansion chassis mounted on the
19-inch rack as well as OfficeServ feature server mounted on the external Linux server.
The Main Control Processor 40 (MP40) module, which is the main control part, is installed
into the basic chassis and manages the entire OfficeServ 7400. The Line Control Processor
40 (LP 40), which is the sub-control part, is installed into the basic/expansion chassis,
controls modules and sends/receives data to/from the MP40. The other components are
modules, the power supply, and a fan.
OfficeServ 7400 is consisted of 5 categories.
y Call Server: Module to do voice service such as MP 40, LP 40, DLI, SLI, Trunk
y Data Server: Module to do data service such as GSIM, PLIM,LIM
y Feature Server: Linux application to do voice service in IP such as OfficeServ IP-UMS
y OfficeServ Admin: PC application to manage Call Server such as OfficeServ Easyset,
WebMMC
y OfficeServ Solution: PC application to manage high-class voice services that be linked
with Call Server such as OfficeServ Call, Operator
The service configuration diagram of the OfficeServ 7400 system is shown in the figure below:
Basic
Chassis
ISDN
OfficeServ 7400
PRI/BRI
PSTN
LP40
16DLI2
16MWSLI
MP40
8TRK
PLIMT
TEPRI2
GWIMT
T1/E1
LIM
8COMBO2
WAN
GPLIM
T
MGI64
xDSL Line
xDSL Modem
Private Line
DSU/CSU
LAN
AP (SMT-R2000)
WLAN
OfficeServ Admin
- OfficeServ Manager
- OfficeServ EasySet
OfficeServ Solution
- OfficeServ Operator
- OfficeServ Call
- OfficeServ News
AP (SMT-R2000)
Mobile station
(SMT-W5100)
Laptop
IP Phone
…
Figure 1.1 Configuration of OfficeServ 7400 Service
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Voice Trunk Line Part
The voice trunk line part is configured with digital trunk lines and analog trunk lines.
TEPRIa/TEPRI2 functions as E1, T1 and Primary Rate Interface (PRI) digital trunk line on
a module, sends/receives voices through the trunk line and transmits the data information
of 64 kbps per channel. The 8Trunk (8TRK),8TRK2,16TRK functions as Polarity Reverse
Detection (PRS) and Caller ID (CID) provides the Metering Pulse Detection function in
option. (The 8TKR2/16TRK do not support the MPD function)
In addition, it sends/receives voices as analog trunk line function and transmits the data
information of 64 kbps per channel.
Voice Station Part
The voice station part is configured with Digital Line Interface (DLI), which is a digital
station, and Subscriber Line Interface (SLI), which is an analog station, and provides voice
services and provides the voice service. Multiple station modules can be mounted
depending on the combination of port numbers and stations. Examples of the digital station
have the 16DLI2 and 8DLI modules. Those of the analog station have the 16MWSLI and
16SLI2, 8SLI2 modules.
In addition, the combo-type 8COMBO2 which is the combination of analog and digital
stations, exists.
Data Transmission Part
The data module is configured with the GWIMT, which is a WAN interface module, and
the LIM/PLIM/PLIM2/GSIM /GPLIMT/GSIMT, which is a LAN interface module. The
LIM/PLIM/PLIM2 module sends or receives data to/from internal Intranet, provides
10/100 BASE-T interface and functions as a switching hub.
The PLIM/PLIM2 module provides the Integrated Power over Ethernet (Integrated PoE)
function. The GPLIMT provides the Layer 2 LAN interface to support internal data
networks and serves 10/100 BASE-T Fast Ethernet (FE) and 1000 BASE-TX/SX/LX
interface for data transmission (GPIMT supports 10/100 BASE-T FE and 10/100/1000
BASE-TX). The GSIM/GSIMT module provides the Gigabit LAN interface of Layer 2 and
Layer 3 to support data networks and serves the 1000 BASE-TX/SX/LX interface (GSIMT
only supports 10/100/1000 BASE-TX).
The GWIMT, which is a Gigabit router board for data communication with external
Internet, provides the WAN interface to support data networks.
Board Name Abbreviations
GWIMT: Gigabit WAN Interface Module TX
LIM: LAN Interface Module
PLIM: PoE LAN Interface Module
PLIM2: PoE LAN Interface Module version 2
GPLIMT: Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX
GSIM: Gigabit Switch Internet Module
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Voice Application Part
The voice application module provides the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) function
that transmits voice to the data network. The data network consists of the Local Area
Network (LAN) or the Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).
The Media Gateway Interface 16channel (MGI16)/Media Gateway Interface 64channel
(MGI64) board offers the VoIP function by converting voices into data.
Configuration of the Application
The OfficeServ 7400 has a commercial server in the outside of its chassis and provides the
application software below.
y OfficeServ Solutions
y Installation Tool
y OfficeServ NMS
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1.2 Interface
This section describes the interfaces between the sub-modules of OfficeServ 7400 and the
ones between the VoIP elements.
1.2.1 Interfaces between Sub-modules
Table 1.1 Interface between Sub Modules
Categories
Interfaces
LIM/PLIM/
PLIM2 Interface
Physical Access
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX
Connector Type
RJ-45
GPLIMT
Interface
Physical Access
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX,
IEEE 802.3z 1000 BASE-SX/LX,
IEEE 802.3ab 1000 BASE-TX
Connector Type
RJ-45, SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable Connector)
Physical Access
IEEE 802.3z 1000 BASE-SX/LX,
IEEE 802.3ab 1000 BASE-TX,
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX
Connector Type
RJ-45,SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable Connector)
Physical Access
IEEE 802.3z 1000 BASE-SX/LX,
IEEE 802.3 10 BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX,
IEEE 802.3ab 1000 BASE-TX, V.35 (T1/E1), HSSI (T3/E3)
Connector Type
RJ-45,SFP, Serial 26-pin connector (non-standard cable),
Serial 50-pin connector
Access Protocol
- PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet),
PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
- DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
- HDLC (High-level Data Link Control)
- Frame Relay
Physical Access
T1, E1, FXO (Foreign Exchange Office)
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
T1, E1, Loop Start
Physical Access
ISDN PRI
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
ISDN PRI
Physical Access
IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX Ethernet
Connector Type
RJ-45
Access Protocol
PPPoE and DHCP
Analog Phone
FXS (Foreign Exchange Station)
Digital Phone
SAMSUNG’s Digital Phone
Wireless LAN AP
(Access Point)
802.11b
GSIM
GSIMT
Interface
GWIMT
Interface
PSTN Interface
ISDN Interface
xDSL/Cable
Modem Interface
Voice Terminal
Interface
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Categories
Types
Interfaces
Interface between Call Server
Physical Access
DPRAM (Dual Port RAM)
and Data Server
Signal Process
IPC (Inter Processor Communication)
(GSIM)
Message
Access Protocol
Samsung Proprietary Message
Interface between Call Server
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
and System Manager
Signal Process
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP IPC
Interface between Data Server
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
and Feature Server
Signal Process
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
DHCP
Interface between Data Server
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
and System Manager
Signal Process
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP IPC
Interface between Feature
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
Server and System Manager
Signal Process
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP IPC
Interface Between Call Server
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
and SIP Server
Signal Process
SIP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP, IPC
Interface Between Call Server
Physical Access
100 BASE-TX Ethernet
and Application
Signal Process
TCP/IP
Access Protocol
TCP, UDP, IPC
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1.2.2 Interfaces between VoIP Components
OfficeServ 7400 provides various VoIP interfaces as follows:
y VoIP Networking
y H.323 VoIP Gateway
y SIP VoIP Gateway
y System SIP User Agent (UA)
y IP Telephone
In view of signal processing, the interface interworking standards between VoIP
components are as follows:
y Proprietary TCP Inter Protocol Communication (IPC)
y SIP UA-to-UA
ISDN
PRI
Basic
Cabinet
OfficeServ 7400
PSTN
LP40
16DLI2
16SLI2
MP40
8TRK
PLIMT
GWIMT
LIM
TEPRI2
T1/E1
LIM
8COMBO2
Branch Office (OfficeServ 7400)
MGI64
LAN
AP (SMT-R2000)
WLAN
OfficeServ Feature
- VoIP IP-UMS
- Mail Server
- SIP Server
…..
Mobile station
(SMT-W5100)
Laptop
IP Phone
…..
Figure 1.2 Interface between VoIP Components
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1.3 Programming
The Man Machine Communication (MMC) program can change the data value used for the
system operation program. The MMC program is categorized into 3 levels, which are
technician, operator, and subscriber. Depending on these levels, some MMCs can be
programmed by the subscribers while some MMCs cannot.
A password is required for technician level programming or operator level programming;
however, a password is not required for subscriber level programming.
Technician-Level Programming
All programs are programmable.
Programming can be made in any stations in the OfficeServ system, but the programming
can be made only in a station at the same time.
Operator Level Program
The operator can program only the program specified in ‘Specification of Program 802
Operator Program Range’ by a technician.
Programming can be made in any stations in the tenant group, but the programming can be
only made in a station at the same time.
Subscriber Level Program
Only subscriber programs are programmable.
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CHAPTER 2. Hardware of OfficeServ
7400
This chapter introduces the hardware features, chassis configuration, and module functions
and configuration of the OfficeServ 7400 system. In addition, this chapter describes
terminals, wireless LAN equipment, and additional equipment available in the OfficeServ
7400 system.
2.1 Features of Hardware
The Hardware of OfficeServ 7400 has the following features:
Safety
The materials and parts used for the OfficeServ 7400 hardware are robust and satisfy the
mechanical and electric features required for communication systems.
y The chassis of the OfficeServ 7400 complies with the industrial standards and is
assembled by robust and stable metal welding.
y The OfficeServ 7400 hardware does not generate poisonous or corrosive gas, which
might be harmful for human bodies or affect the system operation.
y The OfficeServ 7400 hardware is made of materials considering the feature of Electro-
Magnetic Interference (EMI).
y The OfficeServ 7400 hardware has a failure-tolerance to protect the system from the
damage caused by over-voltage.
y All modules mounted on OfficeServ 7400 system can not support the ‘hot-swap’
function, so turn off the power when installing/uninstalling modules.
Modularity
The OfficeServ 7400 hardware has functional modules.
y Each module can be easily installed or removed in the plug-in way.
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Maintenance
The OfficeServ 7400 hardware is designed to be maintained with ease and safety.
y The specification of 19-inch rack is observed. The rack is designed to maintain
sufficient strength.
y The installers or maintainers can connect cable easily because the ports to be connected
to outside are placed on the front panel.
y The front of each module has a LED that indicates failures or operation status so that the
operator can easily identify system failures.
y The back of the rack has a ground hole to which a wrist strap for preventing static
electricity can be connected.
y The OfficeServ 7400 hardware is designed to protect electronic devices from damages
caused by external environment while installing or recovering.
y During the operation of the system, the operator may mount or demount the service
boards (except MP40, LP40) if necessary. The applicable systems and boards are
represented in blue initials (
).
(should respect the installation manual's board replacement condition).
Fire Resistance and Heat Processing
The OfficeServ 7400 hardware is made of fire-resistant materials and parts to protect the
hardware from fire. The OfficeServ 7400 hardware is designed not to affect system
performance due to heat generated from inside of the system.
y A specific heat-generated part of the hardware is blocked in order not to affect
temperature-sensitive components.
y 4 fans (80 mm) for cooling are installed to exhale internal air to outside.
y The parts installed into the modules are located on the basis of heat distribution.
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2.2 Chassis Configuration
OfficeServ 7400 consists of 3 chassis (basic/expansion chassis) mounted on the 19-inch
rack and a functional server that operates externally.
The Main Control Processor 40 (MP40) module, which is the main control part, is installed
into the basic chassis to manage the entire OfficeServ 7400 and performs the switching,
the signal processing and subscriber station management functions. The LP40, which is the
sub control part and is installed into the basic/expanded chassis, controls various line
modules and sends/receives information to/from the MP40. The other components are
modules, the power supply, and fans.
Slot 0
Front Side of
Basic Chassis
Slot 3
Slot 6
Slot 9
Slot 1
Slot 4
Slot 7
Slot 10
Slot 2
Slot 5
Slot 8
Slot 11
Back Side of
Basic Chassis
Knob for Mounting or Demounting Power Module
Battery Receptacle
Battery Switch
DC LED
AC LED
Power Inlet Connector
Fuse Holder
Power Switch
Knob for Mounting or Demounting Power Module
Receptacle for External Rectifier
Ground Lug
Figure 2.1 Configuration of OfficeServ 7400 Chassis
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Table 2.1 Configuration in the Back side of OfficeServ 7400
Part
Function
Battery Receptacle
Battery Switch
Receptacle for an external battery.
Switch to supply the power to OfficeServ 7400 or charge an
battery
DC LED
The LED indicates the normal output of DC power.
AC LED
The LED indicates the input of AC power.
Power Inlet Connector
Connector for power cable
Fuse Holder
Fuse to protect AC input power
Power Switch
Power-on/off of OfficeServ 7400
Knob for Mounting or
Knob to mount or demount power module
Demounting Power Module
Receptacle for External
Receptacle to supply external DC power for Power
Rectifier
over Ethernet (PoE)
Ground Lug
Lug for grounding system communication
2.2.1 Configuration of Slots
Each of the basic chassis and expansion chassis has 12 slots on which modules can be
mounted. The modules below are mounted on the slots depending on the configuration type
of the OfficeServ 7400:
Table 2.2 Modules that can be mounted on the slots
Chassis
Slots
Mountable Modules
Basic
Slot 0
Special purpose for LP40
Chassis
Slot 3
Special purpose for MP40
Slot 1 and 2
Modules except MP40 and LP40
(OfficeServ
Access)
Slot 4~11
Expansion
Slot 0
Special purpose for LP40
Chassis
Slot 3
Boards excluding LIM, PLIM, and PLIM2
Slot 1, 2, 4~11
Modules except MP40 and LP40
(OfficeServ
Expansion)
For using total capacity of TEPRI2 and MGI64, basic chassis that supports 64 channels per
slot is used.
Blank Module Function
Blank module is a dummy module that functions as a screen to prevent the
system from foreign materials when the Universal Slot is not equipped modules.
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2.3 Modules by Functions
Each of the basic chassis and the expansion chassis in OfficeServ 7400 has 12 slots that can
mount modules. Each slot can mount the modules below that can perform the following
function depending on the configuration type of OfficeServ 7400.
Table 2.3 Modules by Functions
Functions
Main Control Part
Modules
Basic Chassis: MP40 (Option Module: Modem)
Each Chassis: LP40 (Option Module: RCM2, CRM and MIS)
Voice Trunk Line
TEPRIa, TEPRI2, 4BRI, 8TRK, 8TRK2, 16TRK
Voice Station
8DLI, 8COMBO2, 8SLI2, 16MWSLI, 16SLI2, 16DLI2
Data
LIM, PLIM, PLIM2, GPLIMT, GSIM, GSIMT, GWIMT (Option Module:
GWIMS)
Voice Application
MGI64, MGI16, OAS, CNF24
VMS
SVMi-20E
Power, Fan
PSU and Fan
2.3.1 Control Module
This paragraph describes the configuration and the functions of MP40, which is the main
control module that controls all functions of the OfficeServ 7400, and those of LP40,
which is the sub control module.
2.3.1.1 MP40 (Main Control Module)
MP40 is the main control module that controls all functions of the OfficeServ 7400 and is
mounted on Slot 3 of the basic chassis. The MP40 performs voice switching, signal
processing, and subscriber’s station management functions.
The MP40 controls the entire system, performs system booting and data management
functions. In addition, the MP40 recognizes/monitors/controls the modules mounted on the
universal slot of the expansion chassis through IPC by connecting to the LP40 that is a
control module in expansion chassis of OfficeServ 7400 or the LCP that is a control
module in expansion chassis of OfficeServ 7200.
The MP40 connected to Ethernet network via the LAN Interface of the front panel to drive
various applications. The flexibility of the system is improved by accommodating the VoIP
function and the load of the system is balanced by using a control module for each chassis.
IPC between chassis uses HDLC protocol to increase the reliability.
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Main Functions
The MP40 module offers the following functions:
y Various application operations via LAN interface
y Convenient installation via SmartMedia (MMC)
y Database backup
y Port for Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter (UART) test
y Internal Music On Hold (MOH) functions
y Time setup and display function
y Digital Phase Locked Loop (DPLL) for the synchronization with digital subscribers
Option Module
The MP40 module can mount a MODEM Module in option.
The MODEM module has the following functions:
y MP40 module has a 2-Wire Full Duplex modem and can commonly use it with
OfficeServ 500 system. Be careful of the direction of the Modem module when
mounting/demounting the module to the MP40 module.
y The Modem module operates in OfficeServ 7400 via V.23 interface and uses a modem
chip for Central Office, which can perform Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) highway
interface. In addition, the Modem module supports V.90 protocol. OfficeServ 7400
controls the Modem module via serial communication using standard AT commands.
Specification
The specification of MP40 control module is as follows:
Table 2.4 Specification of MP40
Categories
CPU
SDRAM (Memory for programs
Names
Processor
MPC8271ZQMIBA
System Clock
266 MHz
Package
516 BGA
Capacity
128 MByte (32 MByte x 4 EA),
and data)
SRAM (Memory for Data)
Flash ROM (For Booting)
2-6
Standards
256 MByte extendable
Width of Data Bus
64 bit
Capacity
2 MByte (1 MByte x 2 EA)
Width of Data Bus
32 bit
Capacity
1 MByte (512 KByte x 2 EA)
Width of Data Bus
8 bit
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Table 2.4 Specification of MP40 Module (Continued)
Categories
Names
Time Switch
Standards
Device
ZL50018
Basic Switch
2048x2048 Channel
Data Bus Width
16 bit
Device
RTC8564NB
Time for Backup
24 Hours
Memory Card
Capacity
64 MByte
(Memory for programs and data)
Width of Data Bus
8 bit
NAND Flash ROM
Device
K9F2808U0C
(Data Base memory, Backup)
Capacity
16 MByte
EEPROM Data memory
Capacity
1 KByte
(example: MAC Address)
Interface
SPI
Engine
Device
STL7065A STC9604
Width of Data Bus
8 bit
RTC
Front View
The front view of the MP40 main control part is as shown in the figure below.
LINK 31
LINK 32
LINK33
LAN
RUN LAN
Media Card
MC MDM
LINK 21
LINK22
LINK23
RST
SIO
MP40
Figure 2.2 Front View of MP40
The components on the front panel of the MP40 module have the functions below:
Table 2.5 Ports of MP40
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LINK21~LINK23
Connection port between MP40 and LP40 in the first expansion chassis
LINK31~LINK33
Connection port between MP40 and LP40 in the second expansion chassis
LAN
Port to connect 10/100 BASE-T LAN
SIO
UART Port (for test) and CPLD JTAG Port (for management)
RST
Button for MP40 module reset
Media Card
Auxiliary Memory Device (NAND Flash)
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Table 2.5 Ports of MP40 (Continued)
Ports, LEDs
RUN LED
Functions
Status of MP40 operation
- Off: No-power
- On (Green): On Booting
- Blink (Green): Normal Operation of Program
The blink cycle is 500 ms while running S/W
LAN LED
Status of LAN operation
- Off: No-power and no-connection of LAN port
- On: The color of the LED shows the LAN transmission speed and connection
speed.
• On (Green): Good connection + Operation at 100 Mbps
- Blink (Green): Good connection + Operation at 10 Mbps
MC LED
Memory Card Access Status
- Off: No- Memory Card
- On: The color of the LED shows the mounting status and the normal
operation status after access.
• On (Green): Mounted + Normal Operation
• On (Red): Non-mounted or Mounted + Abnormal Operation
- Blink (Green): Memory Card is mounted and in access mode.
MDM LED
The mounting status and the operation status of the MODEM
- Off: No-MODEM
- On (Green): MODEM mounted
- Blink (Green): On transmitting data
2.3.1.2 LP40 (Sub-Control Section Module)
LP40 is the minor control module to controls overall functions of OfficeServ 7400 and is
mounted on the slot 0 in the basic and expansion chassis. LP40 manages subscriber cards
and terminals under the control of the main control module, MP40, and transfers various
event signals generated in the subscriber cards and terminals to MP 40.
3 optional modules are mounted on the LP40 module. It is available to mount optional
modules selectively according to a function. For the functions of the optional modules,
there are DTMF, R2, CID, Conference and MISC.
Main Functions
The LP40 module provides the following functions:
y Providing LAN Interfaces (Testing Port)
y Providing testing ports for Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter (UART)
y Conference, caller information, multi-frequency detecting and door phone control
y External Music On Hold (MOH) and loud/common bell
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Optional module
For optional modules that are available to mount on the LP40 module, there are MIS,
RCM2, and CRM modules.
The main functions of each optional module are as follows:
y Miscellaneous (MIS): MIS is an optional module that is mounted on LOC3 in the LP40
module. The location is indicated on the LP40 module. MIS provides the external hold
sound source input ports, external paging ports, loud bell ports and common bell ports as
well as 2 dry ports that connects or blocks the power supply and signal transfers with
external devices.
y R2 CID Module 2 (RCM2): RCM2 is an optional module to detect and generate Caller
Identification (CID). The RCM2 module is mounted on LOC1 or LOC2 in the LP40
module and the location is indicated on the LP40 module. If the RCM2 module is
mounted, it is available to detect and generates CID signals from 14 channels.
It is available to select an operation mode (detection and generated signal) as R2 or CID
using the switch in the RCM2 module. Recently, the R2 function is not available and is
planned to be provided in the future.
y Common Resource Module (CRM): The CRM module is an optional module to detect
and generate DTMF signals and CID signals. The CRM module is mounted on LOC1 or
LOC2 in the LP 40 module and the location is indicated on the LP40 module.
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Specifications
The specification of the LP40 minor control module is as follows:
Table 2.6 Specification of LP40
Category
Name
CPU
Standard
Processor
MPC852T
System Clock
50 MHz
Package
256P PBGA
SDRAM
Capacity
16 MByte
(For program and data storage)
Data Bus Width
32 bit
Flash ROM
Capacity
4 MByte
(For data storage)
Data Bus Width
16 Bit
Boot ROM (For booting)
Capacity
512 KByte
Data Bus Width
8 Bit
Rate
2.048 ↔ 8.192 Mb/s
Data Bus Width
16 Bit
External MOH Port
2 ports
Rate Conversion Digital Switch
Others
Front View
The front view of the LP40 minor control module is shown in the figure below:
LINK 1
LINK 3
MISC1
LAN
RUN Rx
RST
LINK 2
PSC
MISC2
Tx
DBD
FAN PoE1 PoE2 LAN
SIO
LP40
Figure 2.3 Front View of LP40
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The components on the front view have the functions below:
Table 2.7 Ports and LEDs of LP40
Port, LED
Function Description
LINK1~LINK3
Ports for connecting MP40 and LP40
MISC1~MISC2
Ports for connecting external music, paging, loud bell, common bell and door
bell
PSC
Connection port for PoE power status check
LAN
Port for connecting 10/100 BASE-T LAN (for tests)
SIO
UART port (for tests), CPLD JTAG port (for management)
RST
Button for resetting LP40 module
RUN LED
Indicating the status of LP40.
- Off: No power supplied or abnormal status
- Orange Blink: On booting
- Green Blink: Normal status
Rx LED
Indicating the status related to data receipt in communication with MP40.
- Off: No signal
- Green Blink: Data reception in progress
TX LED
Indicating the status related to data transmission in communication with MP40
- Off: No signal
- Green Blink: Data transmission in progress
DBD LED
Indicating the daughter board mount.
- Off: Daughter board dismounted
- Green On: 1 daughter board or more mounted
FAN LED
Indicating the operation of FAN.
- Green On: All fans normal
- Red Blink: 1 FAN or more abnormal
PoE1 LED
Indicating the status of PoE1 power supply.
- Off: PoE1 power supply dismounted
- Green On: Normal
- Red On: Abnormal
PoE2 LED
Indicating the status of PoE2 power supply.
- Off: PoE2 power supply dismounted
- Green On: Normal
- Red On: Abnormal
LAN LED
Indicating the status of LAN.
- Off: LAN disconnected
- Green Blink: Operated in 10 Mbps
- Green On: Operated in 100 Mbps
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2.3.2 Voice Trunk Line Module
This section describes the modules that offer the voice service of trunk lines.
2.3.2.1 TEPRIa
The TEPRIa board provides the digital trunk line. A TEPRIa module provides E1, T1,
ISDN and PRI, and functions as the Q-SIG. This module transmits voice via the trunk line;
each channel supports 64 Kbps voice data transmission.
Major Functions
The TEPRIa voice trunk line board performs the functions below:
y Selection function for T1/E1/PRI signal process through programming
y Function of a resistance circuit that satisfies both of the T1 (100 Ω) and E1 (120 Ω)
y Surge protection over the standard of International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
y Output port protection for line monitors
y Provides the Jitter characteristic that meets both ITU-T I.431 and G.703.
y Provides selectable line encoding methods (HDB3, AMI)
y Local/remote loop function
y Function for the HDLC or Common Associated Signaling (CAS) through the Common
Channel Signaling (CCS)
Specification
The specifications of the TEPRIa voice trunk line module are as follows:
y Trunk Port: 1 Port
y E1: 30 Channels
y T1: 24 Channels
y PRI: 30 Channels or 23 Channels
Front View
The front view of the TEPRIa voice trunk line board is shown in the figure below
RUN SYN1 LOS1 AIS1 L21
TP1
CLK
RST
P1
LAN
SIO
TEPRIa
Figure 2.5 Front View of the TEPRIa Board
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The components on the front panel of the TEPRIa board have the functions below:
Table 2.9 Ports and LEDs of the TEPRIa Board
Port, LED
Details
P1
Port 1 that connects the T1/E1/PRI cable
LAN
Port that connects the 10/100 BASE-T LAN (for tests)
SIO
UART Port (for tests), CPLD JTAG Port (for managements)
RST
Button for resetting TEPRIa module
TP1 LED
Indicates the type of the program running on Port 1
- On: The Port 1 is operating in PRI mode
- Off: The Port 1 is operating in T1/E1 mode
L21 LED
Indicates the operation status of Layer 2.
- On: The Layer 2 is operating properly
- Off: The Layer 2 is operating abnormally
AIS1 LED
Indicates whether the board received the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard.
- On: The board received the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard
- Off: The board did not receive the alarm bit of the opposite switchboard
LOS1 LED
Indicates whether the opposite switchboard has a Loss of Signal (LOS).
- On: The opposite switchboard signal is small or suffers from a loss of signal
- Off: The opposite switchboard signal is received normally
SYN1 LED
Indicates the status of the synchronization with the opposite switchboard.
- On: The frame synchronization with the opposite switchboard is incorrect
- Off: The frame synchronization with the opposite switchboard is correct
RUN LED
- Green Light: When operating normally (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
- Orange Light:
CLK LED
When operating in debug mode (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
Turns on when the reference clock is used as the system clock.
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2.3.2.2 TEPRI2
TEPRI2 provides the digital trunk line. A TEPRI2 module provides 2 ports for E1, T1,
ISDN and PRI respectively, and functions as the Q-SIG. This module transmits voice via
the trunk line and a channel transmits the voice data of 64 Kbps.
Main Functions
The TEPRI2 voice trunk line module performs the functions below:
y Selection function for T1/E1/PRI signal process through programming
y Function of a resistance circuit that satisfies both of the T1 (100 Ω) and E1 (120 Ω)
y Surge protection over the standard of International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
y Output port protection for line monitors
y Jitter function that satisfies ITU-T I.431 and G.703
y Providing selectable line codec (HDB3, AMI)
y Local/remote loop function
y Function for the HDLC or Common Associated Signaling (CAS) through the Common
Channel Signaling (CCS)
Specifications
The specifications of the TEPRI2 voice trunk line module are as follows:
y 2 trunk line ports
y E1: 30 channels per port
y T1: 24 channels per port
y PRI: 23 or 30 channels per port
Front View
The front view of the TEPRI2 voice module is shown in the figure below:
RUN SYN1 LOS1 AIS1 L21
TP1
CLK SYN2 LOS2 AIS2 L22
TP2
RST
P1
P2
LAN
SIO
TEPRI2
Figure 2.6 Front View of TEPRI2
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The components on the front panel of the TEPRI2 have the functions below:
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of TEPRI2
Port, LED
Function Description
P1
Port 1 for connecting T1/E1/PRI cables
P2
Port 2 for connecting T1/E1/PRI cables
LAN
Port for connecting to Ethernet
SIO
UART port (for tests)
RST
Button for resetting LP40 module
TP1 LED
Indicating the type of the program operated in Port 1
- On: PRI in operation
- Off: T1/E1 in operation
TP2 LED
Indicating the type of the program operated in Port 2
- On: PRI in operation
- Off: T1/E1 in operation
L21 LED
Indicating the status of Layer 2
- On: Normal
- Off: Abnormal
L22 LED
AIS1 LED
AIS2 LED
LOS1 LED
LOS2 LED
SYN1 LED
Indicating the reception of the alarm bit of the counterparty switch
- On: Alarm bit received
- Off: Alarm bit not received
Indicating the signal loss (LOS) of the counterparty switch
- On: When signals are week or has been damaged
- Off: When signals received properly
SYN2 LED
Indicating the status of frame synchronization with the counterparty switch
- On: No frame synchronized
- Off: Frame synchronized
RUN LED
- Green Light: When operating normally (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
- Orange Light: When operating in debug mode (blinks at a rate of 200 ms)
CLK LED
LED turns on when the reference clock is used as a system clock.
2.3.2.3 4BRI
The 4BRI module provides 4 ports for BRI-T/S connection. It transmits voice via the trunk
line and a channel transmits voice data at 64 kbps.
Main Functions
The 4BRI module performs the following functions:
y Processes T or S signals by programming.
y Processes the following signals by programming: Point to Point Normal, Point to Point
DDI, Point to MultiPoint.
y Switchable Resistor Terminations (100 Ω)
y Endures the ITU-recommended level of surge.
y Protects the output port by monitoring line signals.
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y Crystal-less wanders and jitter attenuation/compensation to TR62411.
y Attenuates/compensates jitter as recommended in ITU-T I.431 and G703.
y Performs local/remote loopback for test.
Specifications
The 4BRI module has 8 line ports.
Front View
The front view of the 4BRI voice module is shown in the figure below:
P1-T
P2-T
P3-T
P4-T
RUN
ACT
P1-S
P2-S
P3-S
P4-S
4BRI
Figure 2.7 Front View of 4BRI
The components on the front panel of the 4BRI have the functions below:
Table 2.11 Ports and LEDs of 4BRI
Port, LED
Function Description
P1-T~P4-T
Office (trunk) Port
P1-S~P4-S
Internal (station) Port
RUN LED
4BRI Board Operation Status
- Off: 4BRI board is abnormal or power is disconnected
- Blink: 4BRI board is properly operated
ACT LED
4BRI Board LAYER1 SETUP Status
- Off: LAYER1 SETUP Abnormal
- On: LAYER1 SETUP Normal
2.3.2.4 8TRK
The 8TRK module has 8 ports of analog trunk lines. One module has the PRS, MPD and
CID paths. In addition, the module provides voice through trunk lines and transmits the
voice data of 64 kbps to each channel.
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Main Functions
The 8TRK voice trunk line module performs the functions below:
y Detecting ring reception
y Detecting on/off-hook
y Transmitting dial pulse
y PRS function
y MPD function (option)
y CID function
y Line monitoring function that checks if the line is connected periodically to transmit the
voice data can be transmitted.
y Function that operates as the relay paths of caller information (When caller information is
entered as 8TRK, it is available to make a path that verifies the call information in the RCM2
module by connecting the RCM2 option module to LP40)
Specifications
The 8TRK voice trunk line module has 8 trunk line ports.
Front View
The front view of the 8TRK module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P5
P3
P6
P7
P4
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P8
8TRK
Figure 2.8 Front View of 8TRK
The components on the front panel of the 8TRK have the functions below:
Table 2.12 Ports and LEDs of 8TRK
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P8
Trunk Ports
P1~P8 LED
The status of ports
- Off: Not used
- On: In use
- Blink: On receiving a ring
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2.3.2.5 8TRK2
The 8TRK2 board provides 8 ports of analog trunk line, and supports the PRS, CID paths.
It also provides the voice though the trunk line; each channel supports 64 Kbps voice data
transmission.
Major Functions
The 8TRK2 voice trunk line board performs the functions below:
y Detecting ring reception
y Adjusting the voice data according to the loop distance
y Detecting on/off-hook
y Monitoring off-hook transmission
y Transmitting dial pulse
y PRS function
y CID pass function
y Adjusting the voice signal's amplitude/frequency characteristics/return loss from the
software
y A caller information relay function (if the caller information is provided through the
8TRK2, the selected switch can be converted to Caller ID (CID) from the RCM2 option
board by connecting the board to the LP40)
Specification
The 8TRK2 voice trunk line board provides 8 trunk line ports.
Front View
The front view of the 8TRK2 voice trunk line board is shown in the figure below
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
8TRK2
Figure 2.9 Front View of the 8TRK2 Board
Table 2.12 Ports and LEDs of 8TRK2
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Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P8
Trunk Line Port
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2.3.2.6 16TRK
The 16TRK board provides 16 ports of analog trunk line, and supports the PRS, CID paths.
It also provides the voice though the trunk line; each channel supports 64 Kbps voice data
transmission.
Major Functions
The 16TRK voice trunk line board performs the functions below:
y Ring incoming detection function
y Adjusting the voice data according to the loop distance
y On/Off-hook detection function
y Monitoring off-hook transmission
y Transmitting dial pulse
y PRS function
y CID pass function
y Adjusting the voice signal's amplitude/frequency characteristics/return loss from the
software
y A caller information relay function (if the caller information is provided through the
8TRK2, the selected switch can be converted to Caller ID (CID) from the RCM2 option
board by connecting the board to the LP40)
Specification
The 16TRK voice trunk line board provides 16 trunk line ports.
Front View
The front view of the 16TRK voice trunk line board is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16TRK
Figure 2.10 Front View of the 16TRK Board
The components on the front panel of the 16TRK board have the functions below:
Table 2.10 Ports and LEDs of the 16TRK Board
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P16
Trunk Line Port
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2.3.3 Voice Station Module
This section describes the module that offers the station voice service.
2.3.3.1 8DLI
The 8DLI (Digital Line Interface) module has 8 ports for digital stations respectively.
It interworks with Samsung digital phones via the station to provide voice communication.
Specifications
The specifications of the 8DLI voice station module are as follows:
y 8DLI Module: 8 station ports and 2B+D (2 voice channel and 1 signal channel)
provided
Front View
The front view of the 8DLI voice station module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P5
P2
P6
P3
P7
P4
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P8
8DLI
Figure 2.11 Front View of 8DLI
The components on the front panel of the 8DLI have the functions below:
Table 2.13 Ports and LEDs of 8DLI
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P8
Station ports of Samsung digital phones
P1~P8 LED
The status of the ports
- Off: Not used
- On: Station in use
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2.3.3.2 8COMBO2
The 8COMBO2 module has 8 ports of analog stations and 8 ports of digital stations
respectively. It interworks with regular phones or digital phones to provide voice
communication.
Main Functions
The main functions of the 8COMBO2 voice station module are as follows:
y Generating the ring of 20/25 Hz
y Detecting DTMF/dial pulse
y Detecting on/off-hook
y Generating a tone
Specifications
The specifications of the 8COMBO2 voice station module are as follows:
y 8 analog station ports
y 8 digital station ports
Front View
The front view of the 8COMBO2 voice station module is shown in the figure below:
S1
S5
S2
S6
S3
S7
S4
D1
D2
D3
D4
S8
D5
D6
D7
D8
8COMBO2
Figure 2.13 Front View of 8COMBO2
The components on the front panel of the 8COMBO2 have the functions below:
Table 2.14 Ports and LEDs of 8COMBO2
Port
Function Description
S1~S8
Analogue station ports
D1~D8
Digital station ports
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2.3.3.3 8SLI2/16MWSLI/16SLI2
The 8SLI2/16MWSLI/16SLI2 module has 8 port/16 ports for analog stations.
It interworks with regular phones via the station to provide voice communication.
16MWSLI module functions as message waiting.
Main Functions
The main functions of the 8SLI2/16MWSLI/16SLI2 module are as follows:
y Generating the ring of 20 Hz
y Detecting Dial Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)/dial pulse
y Detecting on/off-hook
y Generating a tone
y Power Fail Transfer (PFT)
y Message Waiting (16MWSLI)
y Transmitting Polarity Reverse Signal (PRS)
Specifications
The specifications of the 8SLI2 module provide 8 station ports.
The specifications of the 16MWSLI/16SLI2 module provide 16 station ports.
Front View of the 8SLI2 Board
The front view of the 8SLI2 voice local line board is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
8SLI2
Figure 2.15 Front View of the 8SLI2 Board
The components on the front panel of the 8SLI2 board have the functions below:
Table 2.16 Ports and LEDs of the 8SLI2 Board
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Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P8
local line port of regular phone
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The front view of the 16MWSLI module is shown as follows:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16MWSLI
Figure 2.16 Front View of 16MWSLI
The front view of the 16SLI2 module is shown as follows:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16SLI2
Figure 2.17 Front View of 16SLI2
The components on the front panels of the 16MWSLI/16SLI2 module has the functions
below:
Table 2.17 Ports of 16MWSLI/16SLI2
Port
Function Description
P1~P16
Station Ports of Regular Phones
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2.3.3.4 16DLI2
The 16DLI2 module has 16 ports for digital stations. It interworks with Samsung digital
phones via the station line to provide voice communication.
Specifications
The specifications of the 16DLI2 voice station module as follows:
y 16 station ports provided
y 1B+D (1 voice channel and 1 signal channel) provided
Front View of 16DLI2
The front view of the 16DLI2 module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
16DLI2
Figure 2.18 Front View of 16DLI2
The components on the front panel of the 16DLI2 have the functions below:
Table 2.18 Ports of 16DLI2
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Port
Function Description
P1~P16
Station Ports of Samsung digital phones
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2.3.4 Data Server Module
This section describes the data module for transmitting/receiving data to/from Internet or
Intranet.
2.3.4.1 LIM
LAN Interface Module (LIM) is a module for transmitting/receiving data on Intranet.
LAN has the interface of 10/100 BASE-T and functions as hub for switching.
The LIM (LAN Interface Module) board sends and receives data on the intranet, provides a
10/100 BASE-T interface and is operated as a switch.
Main Functions
The main functions of the LIM module are as follows:
y 10/100 BASE-T and full/half duplex auto-sensing functions
y VLAN function for QoS
y Switching Hub function
y 10/100 BASE-T, Full/Half duplex automatic detection function
y VLAN function for QoS
y Switching function
Specifications
The LIM data module provides 16 10/100 BASE-T ports.
Front View
The front view of the LIM data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
LIM
Figure 2.19 Front View of LIM
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The components on the front panel of the LIM/PLIM functions as follows:
Table 2.19 Ports and LEDs of LIM
Port, LED
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Function Description
P1~P16
Ports for connecting to Ethernet
Left LED of each port
Link Operation
- Blink: Link in operation
Right LED of each port
10/100 BASE-T Operation
- Off: Operated in 10 BASE-T
- On: Operated in 100 BASE-TX
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2.3.4.2 PLIM
PoE LAN Interface Module (PLIM) is a module that transmits and receives data in Intranet and
provides 10/100 BASE-T interface. In addition, this module functions as Power over Ethernet
(PoE) that provides 48 V~54 V power to outside and a hub for switching.
PoE LAN Interface Module (PLIM) is a module that transmits and receives data in Intranet
and provides 10/100 BASE-T interface. In addition, this module functions as Power over
Ethernet (PoE) that provides 48 V~54 V power to outside as well as a switch.
Main Functions
The main functions of the LIM data module are as follows:
y 10/100 BASE-T and Full/Half duplex auto-sensing functions
y VLAN function for QoS
y Switching hub function
y PoE function
Setting PLIM Module
PLIM can select the internal PSU (connecting shunt pin 1 and 2) or external
rectifier (connecting shunt pin 2 and 3) using the shunt pins (J1, J2, J3). For the
details for connecting the shunt pins, see ‘OfficeServ 7400 Installation Manual’.
Specifications
The PLIM data module provides 16 10/100 BASE-T ports.
Front View
The front view of the PLIM data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
PLIM
Figure 2.20 Front View of PLIM
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The components on the front panel of PLIM are as follows:
Table 2.20 Ports and LEDs of PLIM
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P16
Ports for connecting to Ethernet
Left LED of each port
Link Operation
- Blink: Link in operation
Right LED of each port
10/100 BASE-T Operation
- Off: 10 BASE-T in operation
- On: 100 BASE-TX in operation
2.3.4.3 PLIM2
The PLIM2 boards transmits the data through the intranet, and provides a 10/100 BASE-T
interface. In addition, this module functions as Power over Ethernet (PoE) that provides 48
V power to outside and a hub for switching.
Major Functions
The major functions of the PLIM2 data board are as follows.
y 10/100 BASE-T, Full/Half duplex automatic detection function
y Switching hub function
y PoE function
Setting PLIM2 board
Using the shunt pin (J1, J2, J3), the PLIM2 board can select from the internal
PSU (connect shunt pin no. 1-2) and the external rectifier (connect shunt pin no.
2-3). Refer to the ‘OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual’ for more details
concerning the connection of the shunt pin.
Specification
The PLIM2 data board provides 16 10/100 BASE-T ports.
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Front View
The front view of the PLIM2 data board is shown in the figure below.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P9
P10
P11
P12
P5
P6
P7
P8
P13
P14
P15
P16
PLIM2
Figure 2.21 Front View of the PLIM2 Board
The components on the front panel of the PLIM2 board have the functions below:
Table 2.21 Ports and LEDs of the PLIM2 Board
Port, LED
P1~P16
Left LED of P1~P4, P9~P12
Function Description
Port that connects to the Ethernet
First LED: Indicates if the P1~P4, P9~P12's link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P1~P4, P9~P12 are operating in
10/100 BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
Right LED of P1~P4, P9~P12
First LED: Indicates if the P5~P8, P13~P16's link is operating
- On: When the link is operating, LED is turned on into green color
- Blink: When each port is active, the LED is blinking
Second LED: Indicates whether the P5~P8, P13~P16 are operating in
10/100 BASE-T mode
- Off: In operation as 10 BASE-T
- On: In operation as 100 BASE-TX
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2.3.4.4 GPLIMT
Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX (GPLIMT) is a module that transmits and receives
data in Intranet. This module provides 12-10/100 BASE-T interface port and 2-10/100/
1000 BASE-TX port as the GbE interface is added comparing to the PLIM module.
GPLIMT functions as a hub for simple switching and provides VLAN function for
supporting QoS interworking with GWIMT in the same module.
The GPLIMT acts as a Managed Switch and provides functions such as VLAN, QoS and
RSTP.
Main Functions
The main functions of the GPLIMT data module are as follows:
y L2 Ethernet Switching
y 10/100 BASE Full/Half duplex auto-sensing
y Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
y VLAN Networking (802.1q)
y Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
y Flow Control (802.3x)
y Multi-casting (IGMP Snooping)
y IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Specifications
The specifications of the GPLIMT data module are as follows:
y 12-10/100 BASE-T interface ports
y 2-10/100/1000 BASE-TX interface ports
y One Serial Console port (available to P12)
Front View
The front view of the GPLIMT data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P13
LNK SPD
LNK SPD
RST
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P14
GPLIMT
Figure 2.23 Front View of GPLIMT
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The components on the front panel of GPLIMT functions as follows:
Table 2.23 Ports and LEDs of GPLIMT
Ports, LED
Function Description
P1~P12
Ports for connecting to 10/100BASE-T Ethernet
P13, P14
Ports for connecting to 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Gigabit Ethernet (GbE)
Left LEDs of P1~P6
First LED: Link operation of P1~P6
- On: LED turns green when a link is in operation
- Blink: Each port blinks on active status
Second LED: 10/100 BASE-T operation of P1~P6
- Off: Operated in 10 BASE-T
- On: Operated in 100 BASE-TX
Right LEDs of P1~P6
First LED: Link operation of P7~P12
- On: LED turns green when a link is in operation
- Blink: Each port blinks on active status
Second LED: 10/100 BASE-T operation of P7~P12
- Off: Operated in 10 BASE-T
- On: Operated in 100 BASE-TX
LNK LED
LED turns on when P13~P14, which are Giga ports, is connected
Blinking when the relevant port is active.
SPD LED
10/100/1000 BASE-T operation of P13~P14, which are Giga ports.
- Off: Operating in 10 BASE-T
- On: Operating in 100 BASE-TX
- Blinking: Operating in 1000 BASE-TX
RST
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Button for resetting GPLIMT
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2.3.4.5 GSIM
Gigabit Switch Interface Module (GSIM) provides Gigabit LAN interfaces of layer 2 and
layer 3 to support data network.
Main Functions
The main functions of the GSIM data module are as follows:
y L3 Unicasting Protocol
y L3 Multicasting Protocol
y Ethernet Switch (802.3 compatible)
y 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX port
y Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
y VLAN Networking (802.1q)
y Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP, PVST+)
y Diffserv
y Flow Control (802.3x)
y Multi-casting (IGMPv1/v2, DVMRP, PIM-SM)
Specifications
The specifications of the GSIM data module are as follows:
y 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX interface ports
Front View
The front view of the GSIM data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
LNK
ACT
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
SIO
GSIM
Figure 2.24 Front View of GSIM
The components on the front panel of GSIM are as follows:
Table 2.24 Ports and LEDs of GSIM
Port, LED
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Function Description
P1~P10
Port for connecting to 1000 BASE-SX/LX/TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
SIO
Port for connecting RS-232
LNK LED
LED turns on when P1~P10 links are connected
ACT LED
LED blinks when P1~P10 are on active status
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2.3.4.6 GSIMT
Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX (GSIMT) provides Gigabit LAN interfaces of layer 2
and layer 3 to support data network.
Main Functions
The main functions of the GSIM data module are as follows:
y L3 Unicasting Protocol
y L3 Multicasting Protocol
y Ethernet Switch (802.3 compatible)
y 10/100/1000 BASE-TX port
y Packet Priority Control (802.1p)
y VLAN Networking (802.1q)
y Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP, PVST+)
y Diffserv
y Flow Control (802.3x)
y Multi-casting (IGMPv1/v2, DVMRP, PIM-SM)
Specifications
The specifications of the GSIMT data module are as follows:
y 10/100/1000 BASE-TX interface ports
Front View
The front view of the GSIMT data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
SIO
PWR RUN
LNK SPD
RST
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
DBL
GSIMT
Figure 2.25 Front View of GSIMT
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The components on the front panel of GSIMT are as follows:
Table 2.25 Ports and LEDs of GSIMT
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P12
Port for connecting to 10/100/1000 BASE-TX GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
SIO
Port for connecting RS-232
DBL
LAN port for debug
Left LED of P1~P6
10/100/1000 BASE-TX operation of P1~P6
- Switching orange and green LEDs: Operating in 10 BASE-T
- Green LED: Operating in 100 BASE-TX (blinking in active mode)
- Orange LED: Operating in 1000 BASE-TX (blinking in active mode)
Right LED of P1~P6
10/100/1000 BASE-TX operation of P7~P12
- Switching orange and green LEDs: Operating in 10 BASE-T
- Green LED: Operating in 100 BASE-TX (blinking in active mode)
- Orange LED: Operating in 1000 BASE-TX (blinking in active mode)
PWR LED
Power supplying mode
- Power-on: Normal power supply
RUN LED
GSIMT operation mode
- Blinking: RAM program is running
LNK LED
LED turns on in the connection of DBL port link
SPD LED
10/100BASE-T Ethernet operation of DBL port
- Off: Operating in 10 BASE-T
- On: Operating in 100 BASE-TX (blinking in active mode)
RST
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Button for resetting GSIMT
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2.3.4.7 GWIMT
Gigabit WAN Interface Module TX (GWIMT) provides WAN interfaces to support data
network to the keyphone system. GWIMT provides a leased line for data communication
between the keyphone system and the Internet, supports for connecting, xDSL/cable
modem interface, and performs functions for VPN, QoS and Firewall. For the leased line
ports, there are a port, which is available to connect up to E1 speed, and a port, which is
available to connect up to T3/E3 (50 Mbps). In addition, there is an additional DMZ port
that makes firewall construction easy.
Main Functions
The main functions of the GWIMT data module are as follows:
y Routing between WAN and LAN
y Supporting Multi WAN ports (Leased line, xDSL/cable modem interface)
y Functions for VPN, QoS and Firewall
y Providing various external interfaces for data transmission/reception with the external
Internet.
y Providing ports for connecting with the internal network
y Leased line interface using V.35/HSSI
y Functioning as 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Ethernet port interworking with xDSL or cable
modem
y Functioning as 10/100/1000 BASE-TX for Ethernet LAN interfaces
y Providing UART ports for configuration setting
y Functioning as various applications such as firewall and VPN
The Gigabit WAN Interface Module TX (GWIMT) provides a WAN interface to support a
data network on the key phone system. The GWIMT supports a leased line and xDSL/cable
modem interface connectivity and performs the VPN, QoS, and firewall functions for data
communication between the key phone system and the Internet. The leased line provides
two ports, one supporting up to E1 speed and the other supporting up to T3/E3 speed (50
Mbps).
Main Functions
y IPv4/IPv6 routing between the WAN and LAN
y IPv6 over IPv4 tunneling
y Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
y GRE tunneling (generic routing encapsulation)
y Supporting multi WAN ports (Leased line, xDSL/cable modem interface)
y VPN, QoS, and firewall functions
y IPSec NAT-traversal and VPN pass-through functions
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y Interoperation with the leased line using V.35 and HSSI
y 1000 BASE-TX/SX/LX Ethernet function for LAN interface
y Providing a UART port for configuration activities
y Various applications including DHCP, NTP, and IDS/IPS
Specifications
The specifications of the GWIMT data module are as follows:
y 10/100/1000 BASE-TX ports
y One T1/E1 (V.35) port
y One T3/E3 (HSSI) port
y One serial console port
Front View
The front view of the GWIMT data module is shown in the figure below:
P1
P2
V.35
RUN V.35 HSSI
P1
P2
P3
RST
HSSI
SIO
P3
GWIMT
Figure 2.27 Front View of GWIMT
The components on the front panel of GWIMT are as follows:
Table 2.27 Ports and LEDs of GWIMT
Port, LED
Function Description
P1~P3
Ports for connecting to 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Gigabit Ethernet
V.35
Ports for connecting to T1/E1 links
HSSI
Ports for connecting to T3/E3 links
SIO
Ports for connecting RS-232
RUN LED
The status of the GWIMT
- Off: No power supplied or the operation in abnormal status
- LED turns Green: Normal status
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V.35 LED
LED turns on when T1/E1 link is connected normally
HSSI LED
LED turns on when T3/E3 link is connected normally
P1~P3 LED
LED turns on when the relevant links are connected normally
RST
Button for resetting the GWIMT
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2.3.5 Voice Application Module
This section describes the interface module that uses Digital Adaptor for Subscriber Loop
(DASL) to send/receive voice to/from the phone system and wireless base station as well as
the module that converts voice to data and then, sends/receives the data.
2.3.5.1 MGI64/MGI16
MGI64/MGI16 is a module that transmits and receives voice via data network after
converting into data. Up to 64 channels and 16 channels are provided for MGI64 and
MGI16, respectively. In addition, MGI64 and MGI16 decompress voices of G.729, G.723,
G.726 and G.711. The MGI64/MGI16 provides the VoIP functions to serve as both of a
client and server. The MGI64/MGI16 board converts voice to data and sends/receives the
data via the data network. Up to 64 channels and 16 channels are provided for MGI64 and
MGI16, respectively. In addition, MGI64 and MGI16 decompress voices of G.729, G.723,
G.726 and G.711. It also provides a T.38 specification compliant Fax function.
Main Functions
The main functions of the MGI64/MGI16 voice application module are as follows:
y Voice decompression: G.729, G.723, G.726, G.711
y Facsimile relay: One channel per 4 channels
y Echo cancellation
y Volume adjustment (-30~+30 dBm)
y Silence suppression
Front View
The front view of the MGI64 voice application module is shown in the figure below:
PWR RUN
RST
LAN
LAN LAN
Rx
TX
SVC DSP RTPT RTPR
SIO
MGI64
Figure 2.30 Front View of MGI64
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The front view of the MGI16 voice application module is shown in the figure below:
PWR RUN
RST
LAN
LAN LAN
TX
Rx
SVC DSP RTPT RTPR
SIO
MGI16
Figure 2.31 Front View of MGI16
The components on the front panel of MGI64/MGI16 are as follows:
Table 2.30 Ports and LEDs of MGI64/MGI16
Port, LED
Function Description
LAN
Port for connecting to Ethernet
SIO
UART port (for tests)
RST
Button for resetting MGI module
PWR LED
Power supply
- Off: Power supply blocked
- On: Power supplied
RUN LED
MGI64/MGI16 status
- Off: Power supply blocked
- On: On booting
- Blink: RAM program in operation
LAN Tx LED
Ethernet Data Transmission
- Off: No data
- On or Blink: Data are being transmitted
LAN Rx LED
Links and Ethernet Data Reception
- Off: No data or no link connected
- On or blink: On data reception
SVC LED
Service
- LED blinks when the task service of the software is available
DSP LED
VoIP DSP operation
- LED blinks when VoIP DSP is operated
RTPT LED
Voice packet transmission
- LED turns on when transmitting voice packets
RTPR LED
Voice packet reception
- LED turns on when receiving voice packets
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2.3.5.2 OAS (OfficeServ Application Server)
The OAS converts the voice into data and transmits the data through the data network.
It supports a maximum of 32 channels and provides the G.729, G.723, G.711 voice
compression/decompression function. It also provides a T.38 specification compliant Fax
function. OAS can be mounted on slots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the basic and expansion cabinet.
If the OAS board is mounted on one of the slot 1 and 2, no board can be mounted on the
other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work.
Major Functions
The major functions of the OAS are as follows:
y
Voice decompression (Codec): G.729, G.723, and G.711
y
Fax Relay Function: Providing 1 FAX channel according to Voice 1 channel
y
Echo cancellation: Dual Filter EC (Enhanced EC)
y
Volume adjustment (-14~+6 dBm)
y
Silence suppression
y
DTMF receiver functions with channel numbers such as 32, 28, 24 or 16 for MOBEX
Executive user.
y
MPS (Media Proxy Service) redirects the RTP data for the call between IP Phone of
Private IP Network and that of Public IP Network.
Front View of OAS
The front view of the OAS is shown in the figure below:
PWR RUN
RST
LAN
LAN
Tx
LAN
Rx
SVC1 SVC2 SVC3 SVC4
SIO
OAS
Figure 2.32 Front View of the OAS
The components on the front panel of the OAS have the functions below:
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Table 2.35 Ports and LEDs of the OAS
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LAN
Port that connects the Ethernet.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
RST
Button for resetting the OAS.
PWR LED
This LED indicates the power supply status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Power is being supplied properly.
RUN LED
This LED indicates OAS status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Booting.
- Blink: The RAM program is operating.
LAN Tx LED
This LED indicates the status of the Ethernet data transmission.
- Off: Data does not exist.
- On or blink: Data is being transmitted.
LAN Rx LED
This LED indicates the reception status of the link and Ethernet data.
- Off: Data does not exist or the link is not connected.
- On or blink: Data is being received.
SVC1 LED
This LED indicates if the MGI service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MGI software task can be serviced.
SVC2 LED
This LED indicates if the MFR service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MFR software task can be serviced.
SVC3 LED
This LED indicates if the MPS service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the MPS software task can be serviced.
SVC4 LED
This LED indicates if the LINK is connected to MP.
- This LED turns on when the LINK is connected to MP.
Mounting the OAS in 16 channels slot
If the OAS is mounted on one of 16 channels slot, no board can be mounted on
the other slot. If any board is mounted on the other slot, the board will not work.
(If the slot 1 is occupied with the OAS, the slot 2 should be empty. And if the slot 2
is occupied with the OAS, the slot 1 should be empty.
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2.3.5.3 CNF24 (24 channel Conference bridge card)
CNF24 provides transceiver function of packet data converted from voice data through the
packet network. The extension participants who are connected in the system and the
external participants who are connected using PSTN or SPnet can participate to the voice
conference.
CNF24 provides a maximum of 24 lines for voice conference, and the conference group
participants in a single conference can be from 2 to 24.
The maximum recording capacity per CNF24 is 50 hours, with a maximum of 6 concurrent
recording channels.
Major Functions
Functions of CNF24 are as follows.
y
Supports Meet-Me conference which the participant makes a phone call to the system
to attend the conference
y
Supports Pre-defined conference which the chairperson makes phone calls for a
specific group at once to invite members to the conference
y
Supports Ad-hoc conference which the chairperson makes a phone call for each
member to invite members to the conference
y
Permits a participant to enter the conference after notifying members in the conference
y
Provides the chairperson with additional functions for the conference using personal
web page function
y
Register and setup function for guidance and greetings for the conference
System Capacity
OfficeServ 7200 provides voice conference with maximally 16 members when the CNF24
is mounted on 16 channel slot.
The number of the CNF24 is restricted as follows.
System
OS7400 (MP40)
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4
Maximum number of members
24 members, 4 groups
(without using recording function)
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Front View of CNF24
The front view of the CNF24 is shown in the figure below:
RUN SVC
RST
LAN
LAN
MC
CONF REC MEM BACKUP
SIO
CNF24
Figure 2.33 Front View of the CNF24
The components on the front panel of the CNF24 have the functions below:
Table 2.36 Ports and LEDs of the CNF24
Ports, LEDs
Functions
LAN
Port that connects the Ethernet.
SIO
UART port (for tests).
RST
Button for resetting the CNF24.
RUN LED
This LED indicates CNF24 status.
- Off: Power is not being supplied.
- On: Booting.
- Blink: The RAM program is operating.
SVC LED
This LED indicates if the CNF24 service is being offered.
- This LED turns on when the CNF24 software task can be serviced.
LAN LED
This LED indicates the status of the Ethernet link
- Red: Linked as 10 BASE-T Ethernet mode
- Red blink: Transmitting/receiving data as 10 BASE-T
- Green: Linked as 100 BASE-TX Ethernet mode
- Green blink: Transmitting/receiving data as 100 BASE-T
- Orange: Linked as 1000 BASE-TX Ethernet mode
- Orange blink: Transmitting/receiving data as 1000 BASE-TX
- Off: Link off
MC LED
CONF LED
This LED indicates the number of the conference channel
- Green: 1 ~ 8 channels conferencing
- Orange: 9 ~ 16 channels conferencing
- Red: 17 ~ 24 channels conferencing
- Off: No conference
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Table 2.36 Ports and LEDs of the CNF24 (Continued)
Ports, LEDs
REC LED
Functions
This LED indicates the number of the recording channel
- Green: 1 ~ 2 channels conferencing
- Orange: 3 ~ 4 channels conferencing
- Red: 5 ~ 6 channels conferencing
- Off: No recording
MEM LED
This LED indicates the capacity status of the recording storage.
- Green: Uses 0 ~ 49% of the recording storage
- Orange: Uses 50 ~ 69% of the recording storage.
- Red: Uses 70 ~ 79% of the recording storage
- Red blink: Uses over 80% of the recording storage.
BACKUP LED
This LED indicates the status of backup operation.
- Green blink: Makes backup of the recorded data to the web page.
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2.3.6 SVMi-20E
Samsung Voice Mail integrated (SVMi)-20E is a Voice Mailing System (VMS) that has its
own voice mailbox and auto attendant. SVMi-20E provides all voice mailbox functions
required by subscribers and it is easy to use and install.
The details for SVMi-20E, see ‘SVMi-20E User’s Manual’.
Main Functions
The main functions of the SVMi-20E module are as follows:
y It is available to use auto attendant and voice mailbox separately or simultaneously.
y Basically, 4 calls can be processed simultaneously. If upgraded, up to 12 calls can be
processed at once.
y As SVMi-20E is designed in modular type, voice ports can be added easily if necessary.
y In the OfficeServ 7400 system, only one SVMi-20E can be installed and other voice
mail systems cannot connect to SVMi-20E.
y When a subscriber leaves a voice message (.wav) or fax message (.tiff), E-Mail Gateway
delivers that message to user's e-mail inbox.
Specifications
The specifications of SVMi-20E are as follows:
y Maximum ports: 4~12 (Default: 4)
y Maximum subscribers: unlimited (Default: 30000)
y Message Holding Period: 0-9999 days (Default: 9999)
y Total Messages per Mail Box: 0-9999 (Default: 9999)
y Maximum Message Length: 0-9999 seconds (Default: 600)
Front View
The front view of the SBC module, which is the main module of SVMi-20E is shown in
the figure below:
VM1 VM2 VM3 HDD
LAT LRT SDN PGD
RST
LAN
SIO
SVMi-20E
Figure 2.32 Main Module of SVMi-20E
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The components on the front panel of the main module of SVMi-20E have the functions
Below:
Table 2.31 Main Module of SVMi-20E
Port, LED
LAN
Function Description
The LAN interface connector is used for data transmission and database
backup. It is also called LAN connector and mainly used for system file
transmission (backup and restoration).
SVMi-20E backup or restore the data by using LAN provided by the customer or
connecting to lap top computer or PC connected to this LAN connector directly.
SIO
Used for connecting to PC.
RST
If pressing this button, the SVMi-20E system restarts and calls in process are
disconnected.
VM1 LED
LED blinks when one or more ports are hooked on/off from among the initial 4
ports (1~4).
VM2 LED
LED blinks when one or more ports are hooked on/off from among the second 4
ports (5~8).
VM3 LED
LED blinks when one or more ports are hooked on/off from among the last 4
ports (9~12).
HDD LED
LED blinks whenever contacting to hard disk driver.
LAT LED
LED turns green when LAN port is operated.
LRT LED
LED turns orange when transmitting data to LAN.
SDN LED
Indicating the system status. LED turns red when the system driver is loaded and turns
green when loading is terminated.
PGD LED
LED turns green when the system power supply is normal.
SVMi-20E
For VPM and memories of SVMi-20E, see ‘SVMi-20E User’s Manual’.
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2.4 Station Phones
This section describes the types and features of analogue/digital station phones that can be
connected to the OfficeServ 7400 system.
2.4.1 Regular Phones
The regular phones used for voice calls are connected to the ports of the 8SLI2/
16SLI2/8COMBO2/16MWSLI module mounted on the Universal slot of the OfficeServ
7400 system.
2.4.2 Digital Phones
Digital phone are used for voice calls or data transmission and connected to the ports of the
8DLI/16DLI2/8COMBO2 module mounted on the Universal slot of the OfficeServ 7400
system. The digital phones can be used by connecting with devices such as Add On Module
(AOM), Keyset Daughter Board (KDB)-D, and KDB-S.
The 5000 Series Digital Keysets are as follows:
14-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5014D)
y 48-character display (2¯24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
y 14 programmable keys
y Navigation keys for easy use of keyset functions
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Built-in speakerphone
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y Desk- or wall-mounted
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21-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5021D)
y 48-character display (2¯24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
y 21 programmable keys
y Navigation keys for easy use of keyset functions
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Built-in speakerphone
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y Desk-or wall-mounted
7-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5007S)
y 48-character display (2¯24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
y 7 programmable keys
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Built-in speakerphone
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y Desk- or wall-mounted
14-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5014S)
y 48-character display (2¯24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
y 14 programmable keys
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Built-in speakerphone
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y Desk or wall-mounted
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38-Button 2-Line LCD Keyset (DS-5038S)
y 48-character display (2¯24) LCD with 3
associated soft keys and scroll key
y 38 programmable keys
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Built-in speakerphone
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y Desk- or wall-mounted
12-Button Large LCD Keyset (DS-5012L)
y Large LCD with 12 keys for feature selection
y Supports data transfer, handset calls and full-duplex
speakerphone
y USB interface
y Navigation keys for easy use of keyset functions
y 5 fixed-function keys
y Keyset Status Indicator
y 8 selectable ring tones
y Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
Up to 8 DS-5012L phones can be connected with the DLI module (8DLI).
24 DS-5012L phones can be connected to both the basic chassis and expansion
chassis (48 totals).
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2.4.3 IP Phones
Internet (IP) phones use IP addresses to send/receive voice and data. They use existing data
network lines, so do not need normal phone lines, and can be connected to devices such as
a switching hub. They are connected to other digital phones through the MGI16 or OAS
module.
The 5200 Series IP Keysets are as follows:
Large Colour LCD UC IP Keyset (SMT-i5234)
y
4.3” colour LCD with 5 keys for feature selection
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
14 programmable keys with LED
y
Navigation keys for easy use of functions
y
11fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
Polyphonic ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk or wall mount
Dual LCD IP Keyset (SMT-i5230)
y
3.2” LCD with 4 context sensitive keys
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
7 programmable keys with LCD tag
y
Navigation keys for easy use of functions
y
11 fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
Polyphonic ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk- or wall-mounted
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24-Button LCD IP Keyset (SMT-i5220)
y
3.2” LCD with 4 context sensitive keys
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
24 programmable keys with LED
y
Navigation keys for easy use of functions
y
11 fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
5 ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk- or wall-mounted
14-Button LCD IP Keyset (SMT-i5210)
y
2.8” LCD with 3 context sensitive keys
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
14 programmable keys with LED
y
Navigation keys for easy use of functions
y
11 fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
5 ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk- or wall-mounted
64-Button IP AOM
2-50
y
64 programmable keys with LEDs
y
Up to 4 can be assigned to a terminal to provide
additional programmable keys
y
Mechanical connection to 5200 series handsets
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The 3100 Series IP Keysets are as follows:
5-Button LCD IP Keyset (SMT-i3105)
y
2.8” LCD with 3 context sensitive keys
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
5 programmable keys with LED
y
10 fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
5 ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk- or wall-mounted
5-Button LCD IP Keyset (SMT-i3100)
y
2.8” LCD with 3 context sensitive keys
y
Supports data and voice transfer using
Internet Protocol
y
5 programmable keys
y
10 fixed-function keys
y
Built-in speakerphone
y
Keyset Status Indicator
y
5 ring tones
y
Volume Up/Down keys for digital control
of speaker, handset and ringer volumes
y
Desk- or wall-mounted
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2.4.4 Add-On Module (AOM)
DS-5064B 64-Button AOM
y 64 programmable keys with red LEDs
y Up to 4 can be assigned to a keyset to provide
additional programmable keys
SMT-i5264 64-Button IP AOM
y
64 programmable keys with LEDs
y
Up to 4 can be assigned to a terminal to provide
additional programmable keys
y
Mechanical connection to 5200 series handsets
2.4.5 Keyset Daughter Board (KDB)
5000 Series Keyset Daughter Board
DS-5014D, DS-5021D and DS-5038S keysets support one of 3 different types of daughter
board installed on them to enhance operation or to provide an additional local port,
depending on the type of daughter board.
KDB-Digital Line Interface (KDB-D)
If your keyset is connected to a Digital Line Interface (DLI) port that
supports 2B+D operation, you may install a daughter board that provides a
Digital Line Interface (DLI) port for connection of a digital station device
such as a keyset or 64 button add-on modules.
KDB-Single Line Interface (KDB-S)
If your keyset is connected to a Digital Line Interface (DLI) port that
supports 2B+D operation, you may install a daughter board that provides a
Single Line Interface (SLI) port for connection of a standard telephone
device such as a cordless phone.
KDB-Full Duplex (KDB-F)
The standard speakerphone mode of operation for 2-line LCD keysets is ‘half
duplex’. This means that you cannot transmit and receive speech at the same
time. Adding a KDB-F to your keyset will convert the speakerphone into full
duplex mode, enhancing its operation. In addition, the KDB-F may have up
to 3 external microphones attached to it for conference room type
applications. These microphones require an ‘EXTMIC’ key programmed on
the keyset to activate or deactivate them.
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2.4.6 Door Phone and Door Phone Interface Module (DPIM)
The DPIM adapts any DLI circuit for use with the door phone unit. The unit is commonly
used to request entry through locked doors (interior or exterior) or as a room monitoring
box. It provides contact control to be used with a customer-provided electric door lock.
The door phone is wall-mounted. An external weather-resistant unit is also available.
DPIM
Door Phone
Figure 2.33 DPLIM and Door Phone
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2.5 Wireless LAN Device
This section describes the wireless LAN BTS and mobile stations that can be connected
with the OfficeServ 7400 system.
2.5.1 Wireless LAN Access Point (SMT-R2000)
The wireless LAN access point SMT-R2000 is composed of a wired processing section and
a wireless processing section. The wireless processing section has an IEEE 802.11a/b/g
standard and wireless LAN RF interface with the wireless frequency band of 2.4 GHz and
IEEE 802.11a standard and wireless LAN RF interface with the wireless frequency band of
5 GHz.
Figure 2.34 SMT-R2000
The wired Ethernet interface is connected with the LAN based on 10/100 BASE-T and
transmits/receives data such as voice and Internet access. The wireless processing section
transmits/receives voice data for wireless voice calls and accesses the wireless Internet.
2.5.2 Mobile Phone
The SMT-W5100 (Wireless IP-Phone Mobile type), which is a local wireless mobile
station, uses the wireless LAN of IEEE802.11/g to allow the users to make voice calls.
It provides the wireless IP phone functionality by compressing and transmitting/receiving
the voice data using a packet format (Voice over WLAN) which satisfies the wireless LAN
specification. The SMT-W5100 supports hand-over when moving between the APs (SMTR2000) and can use data terminals such as laptops that enable the wireless LAN in the
same place. It performs the message service functions supported by the OfficeServ 7200
system as well.
Figure 2.35 SMT-W5100
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2.6 Additional Devices
This section describes the types and features of devices that can be connected optionally
when the OfficeServ 7400 is installed.
2.6.1 On Hold/Background Sound Source
The OfficeServ 7400 is connected with cassettes or radios in addition to the basic tone
provided by the system or internal sound source to allow subscribers to listen to melodies
other than ones specified to the subscribers. The devices such as the cassettes or radios are
called on hold/background sound source.
The on hold/background sound source is mainly used for on hold tone, background music,
or announcement and can be used by being connected with the external sound source
devices below:
y FM radio
y CD player
y Cassette tape recorder
2.6.2 External Units
The OfficeServ 7400 is connected with external units such as amplifiers or speakers for
consumers instead of internal speakers. The external units are connected via the MISC1
port of the MIS module, which is an optional module that can be mounted on the control
module.
2.6.3 Loud Bell
The Loud Bell allows the users to listen to ring signals from outside, and amplifiers or
external speakers are used for the Loud Bell.
The Loud Bell is connected via the MISC1 port of the MIS module, which is an optional
module that can be mounted on the control module. Once the secondary call device is
connected, a call signal rings from only a specific phone set to MMC 205 Assign Pair
Station of Loud Bell.
2.6.4 Common Bell
The Common Bell is a ring that can be specified when a station group is set. Once a station
in a group rings, other stations in the group ring. The Common Bell is connected via the
MISC1 port of the MIS module, which is an optional module that can be mounted on the
control module.
2.6.5 OSM
The OfficeServ Manager (OSM) is software for maintaining the OfficeServ 7400.
The functions for controlling the system database are implemented in the form of menus in
the OSM; thus, the OSM is convenient to use when the system data are displayed or
changed. Also, the users can understand and use the system operational commands easily
because the commands for maintenance are unified.
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2.6.6 Installation Tool
The Installation Tool is the OfficeServ 7400 maintenance software. The Installation Tool
includes a series of system database control menus for convenient viewing/modification of
the system information and a package update function.
2.6.7 SMDR
The Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) manages entire calling data such as calls
between station subscribers connected with the OfficeServ 7400 as well as local/long
distance/international calls. The OfficeServ 7400 provides calling data. Connect the SMDR
printer or SMDR computer with the OfficeServ 7400 to use the SMDR data provided by
the OfficeServ 7400 system.
y The SMDR printer can display call history received from the OfficeServ 7400, however
does not display data other than the call history (i.e., toll data).
y The SMDR computer displays call history received from the OfficeServ 7400 and
calculates toll using the SMDR software based on the call history. Accordingly, the
SMDR computer allows the users to use data more efficiently than the SMDR printer.
2.6.8 CTI
The Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) is the integrated system of computer and
telephony. That is, the CTI interworks computers with PBXs so that the computers make
use of the PBXs as computer resources and the PBXs share the computer resources.
The CTI provides the operator with convenience and reduced costs and the customers with
enhanced services and reduced call processing time.
Particularly, the CTI call center system configures data on the customers into databases.
Based on the databases, the call center can consult with the customers one to one.
The CTI integrates communication, computers, and database based on phones as a basic
medium to allow the users to perform marketing using computers such as customer-focused
telemarketing.
The OfficeServ 7400 supports the standard Telephony Application Programming Interface
(TAPI), which is implemented in a client/server environment and controls third party calls.
2.6.9 NMS
The Network Management System (NMS) is the OfficeServ 7400 administrator software.
The NMS includes a series of system database control menus which conveniently assist the
administrator to view or modify the necessary system information.
Furthermore, it manages the OfficeServ 7400 system in a single Network Element (NE),
assisting the administrator to easily manage multiple systems.
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CHAPTER 3. Specification of
OfficeServ 7400
This chapter describes the capacity of the OfficeServ 7400, various signal specification,
power specification, rings and tones, compatible modules and terminals, and equipment
specifications.
3.1 System Capacity
Up to 720 lines can be installed and operated in the OfficeServ 7400 system, and the line
ratio of the station and trunk line can be adjusted within the capacity depending on the
users’ needs. Table 3.1 below shows the maximum line capacity of the OfficeServ 7400:
Table 3.1 OfficeServ 7400 Capacity
System Configuration
Basic chassis
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Maximum Line Capacity
When using the E1: 240
When using the 8TRK: 80
When using the station: 160
When using the internal power of PLIM: 48
When using the VDSL: 20
When using the WLAN terminal: 128
When using the IP phone: 480
- SVMi-20E: one per 12 (20) systems
- RCM2: Up to 2 per R2 (8) or CID (14) system
R2 (4)/CID (6) (Both station and trunk lines are supported.)
- CRM: Up to 2 per R2 (16), or CID (16) system
- GWIMT: 1
- GSIM or GSIMT: 2
- GPLIMT: 10
(Use OS7150 power supplier, if necessary)
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Table 3.1 OfficeServ 7400 Capacity (Continued)
System Configuration
Maximum Line Capacity
Basic chassis + Expansion
chassis1
When using the E1: 240
When using the 8TRK: 168
When using the station: 336
When using the internal power of PLIM/PLIM2: 96
When using the VDSL: 40
When using the WLAN terminal: 128
When using the IP phone: 480
- RCM2: Up to 4 per R2 (8) or CID (14) system
R2 (4)/CID (6) (Both station and trunk lines are supported.)
- CRM: Up to 4 per R2 (16), or CID (16) system
- GWIMT: 1
- GSIM or GSIMT: 4
- GPLIMT: 21
(Use OS7150 power supplier, if necessary)
Basic chassis + Expansion
When using the E1: 240
When using the 8TRK: 240
When using the station: 480
When using the internal power of PLIM/PLIM2: 144
When using the VDSL: 60
When using the WLAN terminal: 128
When using the IP phone: 480
- RCM2: Up to 6 per R2 (8) or CID (14) system
R2 (4)/CID (6) (Both station and trunk lines are supported.)
chassis1 Expansion
chassis2
- CRM: Up to 6 per R2 (16), or CID (16) system
- GWIMT: 1
- GSIM or GSIMT: 6
- GPLIMT: 32
(Use OS7150 power supplier, if necessary)
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3.1.1 Trunk Line Capacity
The maximum trunk line capacity of the OfficeServ 7400 based on its configuration is
shown in the table below:
Table 3.2 Trunk Line Capacity
Analogue
Digital
System Configuration
Basic chassis
LOOP TRK
T1 TRK
E1 TRK
80
240
240
PRI TRK
T1: 240
E1: 240
Basic chassis + Expansion
168
240
240
T1: 240
chassis1
E1: 240
Basic chassis + Expansion
240
240
240
T1: 240
chassis1+Expansion chassis2
E1: 240
3.1.2 Station (Subscriber) Line Capacity
The maximum station line capacity for regular phones and digital phones in the OfficeServ
7400 based on its configuration is shown in the table below:
Table 3.3 Station Line Capacity
System Configuration
Regular Phones
Digital Phones
Basic chassis
160
160 (DS-5012L: 73)
Basic chassis + Expansion
336
336 (DS-5012L: 146)
480
480 (DS-5012L: 219)
chassis1
Basic chassis + Expansion
chassis1+Expansion chassis2
3.1.3 Number of Channels
The number of channels of each slot of OfficeServ 7400 and the number of CID receivers
and DTMF receivers are as follows:
Table 3.4 Channels of Each Slot
Category
Slot
Number of Channels
Basic chassis
Slot 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
64
Expansion chassis
Slot 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
32
CID receiver
Based on basic chassis
14
DTMF receiver
Based on basic chassis
48
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3.2 Electrical Specification
3.2.1 Signal Specification
The signal processing protocol means the methods for connecting signals between the trunk
lines, stations and system, and also means the method of providing the status information.
3.2.1.1 Signaling Type of the Trunk Line
Loop Start
In processing loop start signals, the on-hook and the off-hook statuses are controlled by the
flow of electric current. The loop is a closed loop trunk circuit or a standard 2500-type set
loop.
OPEN END
CLOSED END
GND
T
T
X
E
E
-48 VDC
(C.O.)
Key Telephone
Figure 3.1 Trunk Line Loop Start Signaling
T1 Trunk Line
y The electrical characteristics of the T1 trunk line comply with the ITU G.703 and G.704
standards.
Table 3.5 Electrical Characteristics of the T1 Trunk Line
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Specifications
Transmission speed
1544 kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
AMI or B8ZS
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid
signals, comply with the mask (G.703)
regardless of the codes.
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
100 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Signal
Level
Power at the frequency of 772 kHz
±12~±19 dBm
Power at the frequency of 1544 kHz
25 dB or higher when the power is less than the
power at the frequency of 772 kHz
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y The signaling specification and the signaling method of the T1 trunk line should comply
with the ITU G.703 and G.704 standards.
E1 Trunk Line
y The electrical characteristics of the E1 trunk line comply with the ITU G.703 and the
G.704 standards.
Table 3.6 Electrical Characteristics of the E1 Trunk Line
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
2048 kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
High Density Bipolar of Order 3 (HDB3)
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (G.703) regardless of the codes.
Nominal and pulse
244 ns
Jitter of the I/O terminal
Refer to the G.823
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Blank (non-pulse) peak voltage
0 ±0.300 V
y The signaling specification and the signaling method of the E1 trunk line comply with
the ITU G.703 and G.704 standards E1.
Characteristics of the ISDN Interface Transmission
The electrical characteristics of the ISDN (BRI) interface comply with the ITU I.430 and
ETS 300 012 standards.
Table 3.7 Electrical Characteristics of the BRI Trunk Line
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
192 kbits/s ±100 ppm
Code
AMI
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (I.403) regardless of the codes.
Transmission media
Pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
2.75 V
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y The electrical characteristics of the ISDN (PRI) interface comply with the ITU I.431 and
ETS 300 011 standards
Table 3.8 Electrical Characteristics of the PRI Trunk Line
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
2048 kbits/s ±50 ppm
Code
High Density Bipolar of Order 3 (HDB3)
Pulse type
Regular square wave: When indicating all valid signals,
comply with the mask (I.403) regardless of the codes.
Nominal and pulse
244 ns
Transmission media
A pair of twisted lines
Load resistance
120 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
3.00 V
Blank (non-pulse) peak voltage
0 ±0.300 V
y The electrical characteristics of the Digital Line Interface (DLI) are shown in the table
below:
Table 3.9 Electrical Characteristics of the DLI Line
Categories
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Specifications
Transmission speed
38144 kbits/s
Code
AMI (Alternate Mark Inversion)
Pulse type
Typical AMI Waveform
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3.2.1.2. Signaling Type of the Dedicated Line
Electrical Characteristics of the GWIMT Interface
y The electrical characteristics of the V.35 interface are shown in the table below:
Table 3.10 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIMT Interface (V.35 Interface)
Categories
Specifications
Maximum transmission speed
10 Mbits/s
Transmission code
V.35 driver
Number of transmission lines
18 EA
Characteristic resistance
100 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±2 V
Input Differential Threshold
±80 mV
y The electrical characteristics of the RS-232C (V.28) interface are shown in the table
below:
Table 3.11 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIMT Interface (RS-232C Interface)
Categories
Specifications
Maximum transmission speed
230 Kbits/s
Transmission code
V.28 driver
Number of transmission lines
14 EA
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±15 V
Input Threshold
+1.2, -1.7 V
y The electrical characteristics of the HSSI interface are shown in the table below:
Table 3.12 Electrical Characteristics of the GWIMT Interface (HSSI Interface)
Categories
Specifications
Maximum transmission speed
50 Mbits/s
Transmission code
HSSI driver
Number of transmission lines
50
Characteristic resistance
110 Ω
Indicated (pulse) nominal peak voltage
±1 V
Input Threshold
±0.15 V
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3.2.1.3. Signaling Type of the LAN
y The electrical characteristics of the 10 Base-T, which comply with the IEEE802.3
standards, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.13 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (10 Base-T)
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
10 Mbits/s
Transmission code
Manchester coding (When the transmission data is ‘0’, the higher
level than the middle of the bit is inversed into the lower level.
When the transmission data is ‘1’, the lower level than the middle of
the bit is inversed into the higher level)
Access control method
Transmission media
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD)
UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) CAT3, CAT4, CAT5,
STP (Shielded Twisted Pair)
Number of the UTP pairs
2 pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 Ω
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 5 mm
y The electrical characteristics of the 100 Base-Tx, which comply with the IEEE802.3u
standards, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.14 Electrical Characteristics of the LAN Interface (100 Base-Tx)
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
100 Mbits/s
Transmission code
4B/5B+MLT-3
4 bit/5 bit converts the data of 4bit into the data of 5bit and encodes
the data on the physical layer. Multi Level Transmission-3 (MLT-3)
encodes transmission data into 3 levels (high, middle, and low).
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Access control type
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
UTP CAT5, STP
Number of UTP pairs
2 pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 Ω
Cable thickness
Diameter: 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter: 6 mm
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y The electrical characteristics of the 1000 BASE-TX, which comply with the
IEEE802.3ab standards, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.15 Electrical Characteristics of LAN Interface (1000 BASE-TX)
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
1000 Mbits/s
Transmission code
8B1Q4
The 8-bit transmission data are converted into 9-bit transmission
signals via the additional treatment of scramble, error detection bit,
and then are mapped into the transmission signals of 4 teams with 5
levels, and are randomized into each pair of transmission signal to
be transmitted.
Access control method
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
UTP CAT5 (Maximum transmission distance 100 m)
Number of UTP pair
4 pairs
Characteristic resistance
100 Ω
Cable thickness
Diameter 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter 6 mm
y The electrical characteristics of 1000 BASE-SX/LX, which comply with the
IEEE802.3z standards, are shown in the table below:
Table 3.16 Electrical Characteristics of LAN Interface (1000 BASE-FX)
Categories
Transmission speed
Transmission code
Specifications
1000 Mbits/s
8B/10B Data Encoding
The 8-bit (8B) data entered from the upper layer of MAC Part are
handled in one nibble to be converted into the signals of 10-bit (10B)
at the physical layer. And then each nibble of the converted data are
transmitted. The transmission speed after the conversion into
8B/10B is 1250 Mbps.
Access control method
CSMA/CD
Transmission media
SX: Multimode Optical Fiber (MMF)
LX: Multimode Optical Fiber/Single mode Optical Fiber (SMF)
Number of Optical Fibers
2 pairs
Maximum transmission
SX: Maximum 550 m
distance
LX: Maximum 5 km
Cable thickness
Diameter 0.51 mm (24 AWG), External diameter 6 mm
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Table 3.17 1000 BASE-SX/LX Optical Fiber
Fiber Type
Mode Band
(Short Wave/Long
Wave MHz.Km)
1000BASE-SX
1000BASE-LX
62.5uM MMF
160/500
220
550
200/500
275
550
400/400
500
550
500/500
550
550
50uM MMF
Transmission Distance (m)
Mode Band
The mode band shown in the previous table is a quality indicator of the multimode
optical fiber related to the transmission speed. Its unit is generally MHz. Km, and
is proportional to the value of the bit rate of the optical signal (the on-off speed) X
the maximum transmission distance. The largeness of this value means the high
optical signal with high bit rate can be transmitted. Each mode band is
standardized also in the use of short wave and long wave laser.
Categories of UTP Cable
UTP Cables are classified into Straight-through UTP cable and Crossover UTP
cable. The Straight-through UTP cable is used for connecting the LIM module of
OfficeServ 7400 system to other modules (MP40).
The Crossover UTP cable is used for connecting only LIM (PLIM) module to LIM
(PLIM) module.
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3.2.1.4 Signaling Type of the Station
Dial Pulse Signaling Type
y Ratio-10 Pulse Per Second (PPS)
y Make/Break Ratio (M/B ratio)-33%: 66% (It can be adjusted by the software.)
y The minimum signaling time between digits-20 msec (It can be adjusted by the
software.)
DTMF Push Button Dialing
The DTMF signal processing complies with the ITU standard, which enables the user to
send/receive the signals of digital phones through the trunk line and to process the signals
of regular phones.
3.2.1.5 Signaling Type of the VDSL
The electrical characteristics of the VDSL for using the long-distance Ethernet are shown
in the table below:
Table 3.18 Electrical Characteristics of the VDSL Interface
Categories
Specifications
Transmission speed
1 M~16 Mbits/s
Modulation code
QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)
Error detection
Reed Solomon coding method
Transmission distance
1.0 km
Transmission media
1 pair of twisted lines
Characteristic resistance
Splitter installed
Used frequency
138 KHz~12 MHz
Link speed
Down link: 30 Mbps (300 m), Up link: 10 Mbps (300 m)
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3.2.2 Transmission Characteristics
y Attenuation
Attenuation between subscribers: Less than 6 dB
Attenuation between the subscriber and local trunk line: Less than 0.5 dB
y Characteristic resistance of the line: 600 Ω
y Weighted noise: Less than -65 dBm
y Crosstalk attenuation: Less than -68 dBm
y Frequency band: 300~3400 Hz
y Insulation resistance: More than 1 MΩ
3.2.3 Line Conditions
y Length for installation:
Regular phones: Up to 1 km (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
Digital phones: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
Door phones: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
AOMs: Up to 400 m (When the AWG #24 cable is used)
y Distance between PLIM and SMT-R2000: Up to 100 m (when an Ethernet cable is used)
y Leakage resistance between lines: More than 20 KΩ
y Leakage resistance between grounds: More than 20 KΩ
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3.3 Power Specification
3.3.1 OfficeServ 7400 System Power
OfficeServ 7400 operates by AC input power or battery power and supplies the system
chassis with the backup power of -54 V, -5.3 V, +3.3 V, +5 V, +12 V, or -54 V (BATT).
Table 3.19 I/O Voltage of PSU
Power Supply Devices
Power Supply Units (PSU)
Specifications
Input power
AC 220 V
Output power
- DC -54 V, 6.6 A
- DC -5.3 V, 2 A
- DC +3.3 V, 30 A
- DC +5 V, 16 A
- DC +12 V, 1 A
- DC -54 V, 0.45 A (BATT, for backup)
External rectifier
Input power
AC 220 V (for the local use)
(Model name: OfficeServ 7150)
Output Power
DC -54 V, 20 A (Installed 2 Power unit)
3.3.2 External Rectifier
External Rectifier is used for the power supply to IP phone or to SMT-R2000 when PLIM
is used in OfficeServ 7400 system.
The additional -54 V power is to be supplied to the external device as shown in the figure
below for supplementing the insufficient internal power.
A
B
External
Rectifier
Red Line
Blue Line
Socket for External Battery
OfficeServ
7400
Figure 3.2 External Rectifier
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External Rectifier Installation
Refer to ‘OfficeServ 7400 Installation Manual’ for the description on the external
rectifier installation.
3.4 Rings and Tones
3.4.1 Ring Cycles
The OfficeServ 7400 provides the trunk line rings, station rings, door rings, and alarm rings.
The ON/OFF cycle of each ring is shown in the table below:
Table 3.20 Cycles of System Ring
Rings
ON/OFF Cycles
Trunk line ring
400/200/400/3000 ms
Station ring
1000/2000 ms
Door ring
400/200/400/200/400/2000 ms
Alarm ring
400/200/400/200/400/200/400/1000 ms
Ring ON/OFF Cycle
The ON/OFF cycle can be adjusted by changing the values of the system
database.
3.4.2 Tones
The output voltage and the frequency of the ring signals in the OfficeServ 7400 are as follows:
y Output voltage: 75 V
y Frequency: 20 Hz
The OfficeServ 7400 provides the users with various tones to notify the users of the status
of functional operation and give feedback to the users. The ON/OFF cycles of currently
specified tones are shown in the table below:
Table 3.21 Cycles of the System Tones
Tones
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ON/OFF Cycles
Dial tone
1000/250 ms
Busy Tone
500/500 ms
Do Not Disturb tone
250/250 ms
Ring Back tone
1000/2000 ms
Call Park tone
Continuous
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Table 3.21 Cycles of the System Tones (Continued)
Tones
ON/OFF Cycles
Confirmation/Caution/Barge-In tone
50/50 ms
Call Back/Hold tone
500/3500 ms
Error/Number Unobtainable tone
250/250 ms
Message Camp On tone
Continuous
3.5 Available Terminals
The terminals available to the OfficeServ 7400 are shown in the table below:
Table 3.22 OfficeServ 7400 Compatible Terminals
Types
DS-5000 series digital phones
Terminals
DS-5007S, DS-5014S, DS-5014D, DS-5021D,
DS-5038S, DS-5012L
ITP-5000 series IP phones
ITP-5014D, ITP-5021D, ITP-5012L, ITP-5112L,
ITP-5114D, ITP-5121D, ITP-5107S
SMT-3100 series IP phone
SMT-5200 series IP phone
SMT-i3100, SMT-i3105
SMT-i5210, SMT-i5220, SMT-i5230, SMT-i5243, SMTi5264
Wireless LAN devices (WLAN)
SMT-W5105 (Mobile Station),
SMT-W5120 (mobile Station)
SMT-R2000 (Access Point)
AOM
DS-5064BAOM SMT-i5264
Others
KDB-S, KDB-D, KDB-F, DPIM, door phone,
Compatible Terminals
All terminals compatible with the Samsung OfficeServ range of systems are
available to the OfficeServ 7400.
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3.6 Equipment Specification
The OfficeServ 7400 consists of one basic and 2 expansion chassis as shown in the figure
below:
Expansion
Chassis
Expansion
Chassis
Basic Chassis
Figure 3.3 Chassis Configuration of OfficeServ 7400
y When the OfficeServ 7400 consists of one chassis (basic chassis)
440 (W) × 223.8 (H) × 410 (D) mm
y When the OfficeServ 7400 consists of 2 chassis (basic chassis + expansion chassis)
440 (W) × 447.6 (H) × 410 (D) mm
y When the OfficeServ 7400 consists of 3 chassis (basic chassis+2 expansion chassis)
440 (W) × 671.4 (H) × 410 (D) mm
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3.7 Port Number Usage Detail
3.7.1 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number
The Port numbers used by the OfficeServ 7000 Series are represented in the next table.
Table 3.23 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number
Category
System
Service Type
SPnet
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
6100
1024~4999
Remarks
For connection setup
For maintaining TCP
Connection
IP Phone
TCP, UDP
6000
For connection setup
interface
UDP
1024~4999
For signaling to IP phone
H.323 Gateway
UDP
1719
For connection with
Gatekeeper
TCP
1720
1024~4999
For connection setup
For maintaining TCP
Connection
SIP Gateway
UDP
5060
For connection setup
OSM interface
TCP
5000, 5200
OSM connection
CTI interface
TCP
5002
CTI Connection
5003
Program upload to Media
Program Upload
card
OfficeServ News
5012
OfficeServ News Server
connection
WebMMC
5080, 5081
OfficeServ 7400 WebMMC
connection
Installation Tool
5090, 5091
OfficeServ Installation Tool
connection
7100 Web
5092, 5093
(internal)
Web Server MP/VM/Router connection
reserved
5000~5099
SMDR Report
5100
Reserved for new service
SMDR printout to IP
connection
UCD Report
5101
UCD printout to IP
connection
Traffic Report
5102
Traffic Report to IP
connection
Alarm Report
5103
System Alarm Report to IP
connection
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Table 3.23 OfficeServ 7000 Series Port Number (Continued)
Category
System
Service Type
Periodic UCD
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
5105
Remarks
Periodic UCD printout to IP
connection
Hotel/Motel
5106
Report
Hotel Report to IP
connection
BD-PMS
5107, 5109
Bi-direction PMS
connection
Centralized M&A
5110, 5210
Centralized M&A
connection
GPS Clock
5111
GPS Clock Server
connection
PIN Server
5112
PIN Code Server
connection
SMDR/ANI
5113
SMDR/ANI Server
connection
SMDR Server
5150, 5151
SMDR Server connection
reserved
5100~5199
Reserved for new service
QoS Monitor
8500
QoS Monitor Server
connection
NMS
NMS
UDP
161
Well-known port. Can set
1024~65535
MGI
MGI16/64
7100 APIS
RTP, RTCP
30000~30127
For stream data
UDP
6000
For Link test with MCP
TCP
50000~50010
For CSP-MSP Signaling
(internal)
IP Phone
WiFi
Interface
OS7100 MGI
RTP, RTCP
30000~30017
For stream data
System Interface
UDP
6000
Signaling for MCP
RTP, RTCP
9000, 9001
Voice data for MGI or ITP
UDP
8000, 8001
For signaling interface
10000, 10001
For Link Indication interface
System interface
Phone
proprietary
7000, 7001
DHCP
EasySync
6320
For PC link connection
SIP
5060, 5080
For SIP interface
8004, 8005
For RTP, RTCP
RTP
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For proprietary DHCP
(Samsung)
RTP
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3.7.2 OfficeServ Solutions Port Number
The Port numbers used by the OfficeServ Solution are represented in the next table.
Table 3.24 OfficeServ Solution Port Number
Solution
IP-UMS
Protocol
UDP
TCP
Port Number
Remarks
5025, 5026
mcplink CS-US
5061, 5070
SIP CS-US
14000~14511
RTP, RTCP (= RTP+1)
8080
WebAdmin
20001
File Server
3681, 50000~55999
Outlook Sync Protocol
25
Mail Alarm (SMTP)
110, 995
Pop3, Pop3/SSL
8624
Port Activity Monitor Program
IP-IVR
UDP
5060
SIP Port
ACD
TCP
18828
SRVPORT
18818
CNTPORT
18848
AGTMONISRVPORT
54301
CTCCMDPORT
54302
CTCEVTPORT
17770
IODSMONIPORT
18000
IODSALARMPORT
17771
IODSSNDPORT
17772
IODSRCVPORT
17773
LOGRCVPORT
17774
DBNETPORT
17777
ARSLOGPORT
17776
IODLOGRCVPORT
17779
IODUPDATERCVPORT
2600
ARSSNDPORT
2601
ARSRCVPORT
2605
VMSSNDPORT
2700
ACSSNDPORT
2701
ACSRECVPORT
19000
MONIPORT
19010
PROCMONIPORT
8500
DBRECVPORT
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Table 3.24 OfficeServ Solution Port Number (Continued)
Solution
ACD
VCS
MCS
Easyset
Protocol
TCP
Port Number
Remarks
8501
DBSENDPORT
10018
CNTMONIPORT
8600
HOSTPORT
2555
ACDMANRECPORT
30000
WallBoardPort1
30001
WallboardPort2
30002
WallBoardPort3
11000
For EasySync
9000
Multicast Audio
9230
Multicast Video
35000
Live Push Control
35001
GIPS listen Port
35100
Live Push Audio
35102
Live Push Video
5000~6000
Internal Station
20000~20100
External Station
6000~7000
Internal Recording
20100~20120
External Recording
UDP
Dynamic
SIP (System:Default 5060~n channels)
RTP
Dynamic
Voice/Video
TCP
5004
UDP
Easyset Web Server Listening Port
(Can be changed)
7400 WebMMC
TCP
5020
WebMMC Web Server Listening Port
(Can be changed)
OfficeServ Link
(All ports can be
TCP
6000
6001
changed by the
option
configuration.)
Licensed Client Connection Port
CTI Message Monitoring Port
(Self Monitoring)
6002
SMDR & UCD Message Monitoring Port
for Samsung Solution like Easyset
6003
SMDR & UCD ports for 3rd party
application
6500
3-20
Server Solution Connection Port
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CHAPTER 4. Functions of OfficeServ
7400
This chapter describes the functions of the OfficeServ 7400 related to calls, VoIP, data and
web/system management
4.1 Call Functions
The OfficeServ 7400 processes station calls, trunk line calls, application calls, or various
signals through the PSTN and VoIP networking.
4.1.1 Dynamic IP Address Allocation
DHCP Client of the MP40
The MP40 is the call processing control part of the OfficeServ 7400. The MP40 uses the
DHCP client function to get the IP address allocated by the data server and operate.
In this case, the data server recognizes the MP40 of the call server from the host ID of the
required DHCP information and allocates the IP address specified in the DHCP allocation
table. The MP40 can be operated by the fixed IP address, which is not the dynamic DHCP
allocation method.
MGI64/MGI16 Configuration
The MGI mounted in the OfficeServ 7400 can be operated by receiving the dynamically
allocated IP address from the data server rather than manually setting the IP address.
It can also be operated by fixed IP address.
IP Phone Configuration
The IP phones registered to the OfficeServ 7400 also can be operated by rather receiving
the dynamically allocated IP address from the data server than manually setting the IP
address. It can also be operated by fixed IP address.
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4.1.2 Router Interconnection Function
NAT Auto-Configuration
When the OfficeServ 7400 functions operating through the IP network such as VoIP signal
processing, gateway etc. are operating on the Network Address Translation (NAT) network,
it may be necessary to convert between the Private IP address and the Public IP address.
The call server and the data server interconnects with each other and share the information
on the conversion between the private IP and public IP, which enables the OfficeServ 7200
to provide services smoothly. This function is only available between the OfficeServ 7400’s
call server and data server.
Time Synchronization
In the OfficeServ 7400, the call server and the data server interconnect to each other and
synchronize their time. This function is only available between the OfficeServ 7400’s call
server and data server.
WAN Interface Failover for VoIP
If the data server's WAN interface gets down, the OfficeServ 7400’s call server and data
server interconnects to provide a secondary WAN Interface and sends the related
information to the call server to maintain the VoIP call service. This function is only
available between the OfficeServ 7400’s call server and data server.
SIP-ALG
When the OfficeServ 7400 functions operating through the IP network such as VoIP signal
processing, gateway etc. are operating on the Network Address Translation (NAT) network,
it may be necessary to convert between the Private IP address and the Public IP address.
For this purpose, an ALG is processed from the Data server's SIP-ALG in response to the
Call Server’s SIP call.
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4.1.3 Router ALG Interface
NAT Application Level Gateway (ALG)
When various functions such as the VoIP signal process function and gateway function
executed through the IP network in the OfficeServ 7400 are executed in the Network
Address Translation (NAT) network, the conversion between the private IP address and
public IP address should be performed. In this case, the call server and the data server
interface each other and share the information on the conversion between the private IP and
public IP, which enables the OfficeServ 7400 to provide services smoothly. This function
operates only between the call server and data server of the OfficeServ 7400.
Firewall ALG
When various functions such as the VoIP signal process function and gateway function
executed through the IP network in the OfficeServ 7400 are executed in the network that
has a firewall, the system should be set to prohibit the firewall from cutting off the packet
not manually but automatically for the smooth firewall traversing. This function operates
only between the call server and data server of the OfficeServ 7400.
VPN ALG
When various functions such as the VoIP signal process function and gateway function
executed through the IP network in the OfficeServ 7400 are executed in the Virtual Private
Network (VPN), the system should be set to prevent the packet blocking during the IP
address conversion due to the tunneling. In this case, the call server and data server
interface each other and share the tunneling conversion information for smooth services.
This function operates only between the call server and data server of the OfficeServ 7400.
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4.2 VoIP Function
The VoIP functions represents the voice communication service offered through the IP
network. It provides call services based on the phones and standard protocol connected to
the IP network. The OfficeServ 7400 supports the SIP and H.323 standard protocol.
Its interconnection with the server enables the VoIP service to more users. To use the
SIP/H323 trunk line and the SIP local line functions, a VoIP license is required. A required
number of license (equivalent to the number of channels) must bi issued and registered to
the system to use the corresponding functions. Refer to the programming manual MMC
841 Configuration for license registration.
4.2.1 VoIP Network
To communicate with another system through the VoIP networking, the MGI64/ MGI16
board must be installed in the OfficeServ 7400.
4.2.2 VoIP Trunk Line Interface
The OfficeServ 7400 provides the VoIP trunk line interface (H.323/SIP). If the local line
terminal registered to the OfficeServ 7400 uses the VoIP trunk line, it can use the VoIP
communication with other users. The OfficeServ 7400 controls calls and each
MGI64/MGI16 board connects the speech path.
User Registration
The OfficeServ 7400 provides a server-based user registration function. To interconnect
and use the device with the server, a user must complete its registration in order to access
the service. The SIP interface users are identified by the SIP address in the e-mail format.
The user registration function saves and manages the current user’s IP address for a given
time, and provides the user information according to the authenticated user’s demands.
4.2.3 SIP Phone Interface
The OfficeServ 7400 provides a functionality to use the standard SIP phone in a local line.
Once the external standard SIP phone is registered as an OfficeServ 7400 phone, it can use
the allocated OfficeServ 7400's phone number to provide call processing services between
the SIP phones, between the SIP phone and the digital phone, and between the SIP phone
and the PSTN trunk line.
Standard SIP Phone Registration
Register a SIP phone operating as a SIP interface to the OfficeServ 7400, and perform the
call processing service following the system's numbering plan.
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Standard SIP Phone Basic Call Processing
Provides local, trunk line call services through the standard SIP phones registered to the
OfficeServ 7400. Diverse features offered from the key phone system are generally not
provided on the standard SIP phone; therefore, only the basic local, trunk line call services
are provided.
Standard SIP Phone Additional Call Processing
The following additional local line services are available from the standard SIP phone
registered to the OfficeServ 7400.
y Call Hold/Resume
y Consultation
y Call Transfer
y Call Waiting
y Call Pickup
y Call Forwarding
y Conference
y Call Park
y DND
y Call Back
y Message Waiting Indication
4.2.4 Call Log
This records the related information to the call process performed in the SIP telephone
which is saved into a file, transmitted and managed into an external system management
package.
4.2.5 Forward Busy
The call server always monitors the SIP telephone status through the SIP server.
If the ‘Forward Busy’ function is set, the incoming call is forwarded to the specified
telephone number when a call is forwarded to a busy SIP telephone.
4.2.6 Forward No Answer
If the ‘Forward No Answer’ function is set, the incoming call is forwarded to the specified
telephone number when a call is not answered by the SIP phone for a specific time.
4.2.7 Parallel Forking
If multiple SIP telephones are set to be used by one user in the SIP server and the priority
of the call connection is the same, all assigned telephones will ring at the same time when
the call is forwarded. When the call is answered on one of assigned telephones, the call will
be connected and other ringing telephones will be disconnected.
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4.3 Data Server Functions
The OfficeServ 7400 functions as router, switches, performs security function, or serves as
data network applications or data access interfaces (WAN, LAN, DMZ). The OfficeServ
7400 functions as router, switches, performs security function, or serves as data network
applications or data access interfaces.
4.3.1 Switches
802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) provides rapid convergence of the spanning tree and
provides for fast reconfiguration critical for networks carrying delay-sensitive traffic such
as voice and video. The specification for RSTP is IEEE 802.1w-2001. The RSTP
specification for provides compatibility with legacy STP based networks.
802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree and PVST+ (Per VLAN STP)
The RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) ensures fast convergence time to the network
topology organized by the switch, and provides fast network reconfiguration to the network
traffics sensible to delays such as voice or video. The RSTP is defined in the IEEE 802.1w2001, and ensures compatibility with the actual STP (802.1d) based network.
Supports the PVST+ which provides a Spanning Tree for each VLAN.
802.1p Packet Priority
The switch extracts the priority field from the Ethernet frame configured according to the
802.1p specification standard, and discriminatively processes the frame according to the
priority of the specified operation standard.
The packets are categorized into emergent packets and non-emergent packet and are
processed.
VLAN (802.1Q)
The Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) groups the related equipment by the work group
according to the LAN operational policy regardless of the location of the user equipment.
The VLAN also processes switching for the work groups. The VLAN removes the effects
of unnecessary broadcasting packet and configures the stable switching subnet only for the
corresponding group by separating and processing the group in the virtual LAN.
Accordingly, the switch can provide the differentiated QoS services and the VLAN can be
configured based on the switch port and MAC address.
The system automatically configures the VLAN for the IP telephone, signal process
gateway, media gateway, and UMS required for services of the OfficeServ 7400, and
performs the QoS process. The OfficeServ 7400 provides 32 VLAN groups.
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IGMP Snooping
L2 switch (located in the lower layer of the IP router) without the IGMP (Internet Group
Management Protocol) function is located between the IP router and multicast group
member (host), intercepts the IGMP message. And then the L2 switch operates in the IP
router like the group member and operates in the group member like the IP router, which is
referred as the IGMP Snooping.
The IP layer multicast group information included in the IGMP message is reflected in the
MAC filtering database, its own switching database. The group information is processed in
the MAC multicast address format mapped with the IP multicast address.
802.1x Supported
IEEE 802.1x Standards defines the formats and the operation procedures of EAP over LAN
(EAPoL) frame that can send/receive the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
between terminals and Access Point (AP). These standards are called the port security
protocol because they can be used in the procedure permitting the network access of the
terminal only by acquiring the physical port license of Bridge or wireless AP from the
authentication server. This performance of the authentication procedure by ports enables
the control of charging policies, usage restriction, or band allocation, etc separately by
ports.
Port Trunking Function Supported
Port Trunking means Port Aggregation that collects the physical ports into the logical ones.
That is, like the 100 BASE-TX securing 100M bandwidth, the function collects those many
ports into the logical port for expanding the bandwidth to be used.
PoE (IEEE 802.3af) Function Supported
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is designed so that no additional power supply to the network
equipments used in wireless AP or other wired LAN is necessary. PoE allows the user to
send the data and the power simultaneously via one Ethernet cable, which reduces the
installation cost in most cases as well as provides the high flexibility in selecting the
installation site of the wireless AP and the network equipments.
QoS Function Supported
OfficeServ 7400 provides the function of 802.1p Packet Priority and Level Classification
Setup for supporting the Quality of Service (QoS). The 802.1p Packet Priority is the
expansion of the standard MAC header in the network packet. This expansion provides the
packets with priority by using 3-bit. The packet of the higher priority is treated
preferentially and is processed ahead than the packet of the lower priority.
The Level Classification Setup function gives the packets the levels of High/Low and
processes them according to their levels, which makes the differential services possible.
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GARP/GVRP Function Supported
Generic Attribute Registration Protocol (GARP)/Generic VLAN Registration Protocol
(GVRP) define a GARP application that provides the 802.1Q-compliant VLAN pruning
and dynamic VLAN creation on 802.1Q trunk ports. GVRP is an application defined in the
IEEE 802.1P standard that allows for the control of 802.1Q VLAN.
4.3.2 Router
Various Network Interface
The OfficeServ 7400 provides the E0, E1, and E2 network interfaces, which are connected
to the WAN through Ethernet interface, provides the serial network interface connected
through the V.35, HSSI serial interface.
Static Routing
The OfficeServ 7400 configures the fixed routing table between each network interface to
process the static routing. In this case, the routing table cannot be dynamically changed by
the routing protocol, and specific routing services will be provided according to the pre-set
routing policy.
WAN Interface (Ethernet, PPPoE, DHCP Client)
E0, E1, E2 Ethernet WAN Interface enables the connection to internet by using the Static IP,
PPPoE, DHCP client protocol.
V.35 Interface (PPP, HDLC, Frame Relay)
The OfficeServ 7400 accesses Internet through the V.35 serial interface in the transfer
speed of up to 2Mbps. In this case, the OfficeServ 7400 supports various environments
using the functions such as the PPP, HDLC, and Frame Relay Encapsulation.
HSSI Interface (PPP, HDLC, Frame Relay)
Internet can be connected via High Speed Serial Interface (HSSI) with the transmission
speed of maximum 52Mbps. Generally, HSSI can use the equipments of token-ring and
Ethernet network for connecting to the equipments operating at the speed of Synchronous
Optical Network (SONET) OC-1 or T3 circuit.
IPv6 Routing and IPv6 over IPv4 Tunneling
This IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack supports the IPv4 and IPv6 Routing. The IPv6 over IPv4
Tunneling also provides diverse tunneling methods such as Configured/Automatic
Tunneling, 6to4 Tunneling, ISATAP Tunneling and NAPT-PT.
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Routing Protocol
The OfficeServ 7400 supports the routing information-exchanging protocol to react on the
network environmental change and to effectively process the routing.
y Routing Information Protocol version1 (RIPv1), RIPv2
These protocols are widely used for managing the routing information in the middle-size
independent network such as a group of LANs.
y Open Shortest Path First version2 (OSPFv2)
This routing protocol is used prior to the RIP in the large-size independent network.
A router detects and reports any change in the routing table or the network to other
routers. In this way, all routers share the same routing information.
y BGP4 (Border Gateway Protocol 4)
As an Exterior Gateway Protocol through which Autonomous System (AS) sends/receives
the routing information between other networks, the Version 4 of BGP is currently used.
BGP4 uses various matrixes when selecting the optimized path to the destination. BGP4
compares each matrix having priority and selects the optimized path.
Routing Protocol
The OfficeServ 7400 supports the routing information-exchanging protocol to react on the
network environmental change and to effectively process the routing.
y RIPv1 (Routing Information Protocol version1), RIPv2, RIPng
These protocols are widely used for managing the routing information in a middle-sized
independent network such as a group of LANs.
y OSPFv2 (Open Shortest Path First version2), OSPFv3
This routing protocol is used prior to the RIP in a large-sized independent network.
A router detects and reports any change in the routing table or the network to other
routers. In this way, all routers share the same routing information.
y BGP4 (Border Gateway Protocol 4), BGP4+
This is the Exterior Gateway Protocol that the AS (Autonomous System) uses to
send/receive routing information to/from other networks. The current BGP is use is
version 4. The BGP4 uses diverse metrics to select the best path to the destination;
each metric will be referenced following the priority order to provide the best path.
GRE Tunnel (Generic Routing Encapsulation)
The GRE Tunneling creates a virtual tunnel to provide a logical, non-physical path. A GRE
tunnel over IPSec method, interconnected with the VPN, is used for general purposes.
In this case, the original IP header and the payload is encapsulated/encrypted to ensure
confidentiality.
VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol)
The VRRP is a Hot Standby function securing the end-host's communication path via the
identical Ethernet's backup router in case the main router stops functioning properly.
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Multicast Routing
y Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a protocol that manages the multicast
group operating at one Ethernet segment. It controls the segment so that a user can
subscribe or secede as a member of the specific multicast group.
y Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP)
Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP) is a protocol for supporting the
transmission of the multicast data in a network. This protocol sends the multicast data in
a format of unicast packet, and the packets are reassembled into multicast data at the
destination. DVMRP can be operated in various formats of networks including Ethernet,
and even can be operated via the routers that the multicast is not supported with.
y Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode (PIM-SM)
PIM-SM is designed in order to route multicast packets into multicast groups and in
order to construct the allocation tree efficiently at WAN, by which is optimized in the
environment where the data stream occur in many places.
Routing between VLAN Groups
The communication between the VLAN groups through the routing between the VLAN
groups.
HTBQ/Bandwidth on Demand (BoD)
The queuing process is differentially performed according to the level table where the
routing process priority for a data server is defined.
RTP Priority
The RTP (Real-Time Transport Protocol) packet is a VoIP media packet. The queuing
process for the RTP packet is prior to that for other data pack, which helps to maintain the
tone quality. This function is useful when using the VoIP function in the network where the
VoIP packet that should be processed in real time and other packets for the general office
work are mixed processed.
IP-ToS Process
This function checks the ToS (Type of Service) field of the IP header and processes it
according to priority of the corresponding routing in the data server.
This function reproduces the ToS field flowing into the data server, performs the routing
process first of all, and heightens the process priority in the next HOP.
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4.3.3 Security
NAT/PT (In/Out/Exclusive/Redirect)
The security function supports the conversion function between the private IP address and
public IP address in the network where security is required.
The Inbound, Outbound, Exclusive, and Redirect functions are supported.
y In bound: This function performs the forwarding process for the packet flowing from the
WAN to the IP and port of the LAN specified in the NAT/PT conversion table.
y Outbound: This function converts the IP address of the transmitter into the global IP
address according to the NAT/PT conversion table for transmitting the packet from the
LAN to the WAN.
− Exclusive: This function is used for the IP address that is not applied by the NAT/
PT conversion.
− Redirect: When the Domain Name Server (DNS) server IP in the data server
management sector is changed, each IP terminal uses the pre-DNS IP and the this
function changes the DNS IP by registering the post-DNS IP into the Redirect table
Firewall
y Access filtering
This function prevents the access to disallowed IP address to control the access for the
resource non-disclosed to the outside and to control the external resource for which the
membership in the LAN may access.
y DMZ function
This function is used for connecting the web server and mail server, which are firewallprotected LAN networks but need to be freely accessed from the outside, to the subnet
separated from the LAN network where the firewall blocking is not applied. In this way,
the access from the outside can be more smoothly with the access control service
through the firewall.
y Port Forwarding
This function is almost the same as the DMZ function but is used for connecting to
specific network without the separately divided DMZ port. This function is used for the
Extra network services as well as the DMZ function. The Extra network is configured
for the party out of the office to access Intranet in the office through Internet.
In this network, the user should take care of security on Intranet.
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Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
This function monitors the packets on the network and detects the packets, which can
damage the network operation, making the network more stably operate. The IDS is
divided into various types from a detection type where a specific-type attack is detected to
the abnormal traffic detecting type, which are based on the Snort Rule (www.snort.org)
defining the intrusion pattern and types. The detected packets are sorted and processed into
Close connection/port or service disable/Alarm/log based on the intrusion pattern and the
level and processed. In the case of the alarm, The system will notify to the system
administrator immediately.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
y VPN function
The system provides the private network function by using the Internet that is an open
network based on the. The OfficeServ 7400 provides the VPN gateway function based
on the IPSec (IP Security), which is useful to build the enterprise network with reduced
cost and enforced security by using the public network such as Internet rather than the
dedicated network.
y VPN Tunnel Mode
This mode processes the VPN function by configuring the tunnel between the VPN
gateway and the gateway in each data server of the OfficeServ 7400. Up to 100 VPN
channels are available for one VPN.
y PPTP
PPTP is a tunneling protocol for using the IP-based network. PPP encapsulates the data
by wrapping the data with PPP header. PPTP is a protocol that reconfigures the packets
by adding Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) header and IP header to this so that the
packets can be transmitted via IP inter network.
y L2TP
L2TP is a protocol that combines PPTP and Layer 2 Forwarding (L2F), which collects
the strong points of PPTP and L2F. That is, it encapsulates a user PPP frame, which is a
Layer 2 frame, in an additional message called L2TP and then transmits it to the device
connected to the public network such as IP, X.25, frame relay, or Asynchronous
Transmission Mode (ATM).
4.3.4 Data Server Applications Functions
DHCP
The OfficeServ 7400 can assign the IP address by operating the DHCP. When using the
DHCP server in another subnet, the OfficeServ 7400 supports the DCCP relay function.
The IP address of the IP equipment connected to the OfficeServ 7400 is can be easily
managed.
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SIP Aware ALG (SIP Application Gateway)
This function is used for re-creating packets for the smooth communication by checking
the SIP signal process packets according to the NAT/PT table in the data server.
When using the data server of the OfficeServ 7400, the SIP equipment can operate
regardless of the packet blocking caused by the firewall or the NAT/PT conversion.
Outside ALG Interface
This function enables the outside application to retrieve or control the information such as
the NAT/PT conversion information, firewall blocking information, and the VPN tunnel
information processed in the data server. This function supports the control packets, which
are used for H.323, VoIP networking, and IP telephone operating in the Call server, to be
smoothly serviced without any blocking.
Network Load Balancing (NLB)
Network Load Balancing (NLB) is roughly realized for 2 purposes, i.e. NLB and Failover.
The first purpose is the NLB function to extend system bandwidth by automatically
distributing the network traffic with outside to external networks if there are more than one
external network. The second purpose is the Failover function to make network
communication normal via another external network with normal operation even when link
fail occurs in some of external network. In other words, network communication is
available until the line fail occurs in all external networks.
System Management Interface
This function allows the administrator to report and manage the alarm, event, traffic, and
logging information including the IDS information of the data server into the system
administrator package through the TCP/UDP. Whether to report can be optionally specified
based on the management data type.
Management Function (Web/CLI/SNMP/RMON)
y CLI: This function is used for configuring the data server function by using the CLI
(Command Line Interface) on the Telnet.
y Web: The user can configure and view the operation of the data server functional block
by using the web browser.
y SNMP: SNMP agent collects and stores the device information according to the
specification (MIB) installed and determined at each network devices. The SNMP
manager existing at the place separated from the agent manages the overall network by
collecting the information on SNMP gent distributed at the network.
y Remote Monitoring (RMON): The traffic of the network can be checked and analyzed
via 4RMON groups (history, statistics, alarms, events).
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4.5 System Management Function
The OfficeServ 7400 provides the call server configuration management and information
display, and can view the system’s actual status (alarm status etc.) from the Installation
Tool package.
4.5.1 System Management Function
Composition Management
The system can view the following configuration information of the OfficeServ 7400
installed on the site.
y OfficeServ 7400 Unit Composition
y OfficeServ 7400 Version Information
y Data function setting/version information
Package Update
The system can update the OfficeServ 7400’s software package.
4.6 NMS Management Function
The OfficeServ NMS is a Network Management System (NMS) providing the OfficeServ
system’s operation and maintenance function. According to the ITU-T M.3010standard,
the OfficeServ NMS provides the following function to effectively operate the OfficeServ
system.
y General Management
y Configuration Management
y Telephony Management
y VoIP Management
y Switch Management
y Router Management
y Fault Management
y Performance Management
y Security Management
The OfficeServ NMS is operated using a Client-Server method. The server directly
connects to the OfficeServ system, provides the interface between the client and the
OfficeServ system, and manages diverse databases. The client provides the operator’s
interface.
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The interconnection between the OfficeServ NMS and the OfficeServ system is as follows.
OfficeServ NMS
….
Client
Printer
Server
IP Network
OfficeServ 7400
Terminal
Additionally, the OfficeServ NMS has the following advantages.
Real-Time System Status Monitoring
The OfficeServ NMS uses the SNMP to collect the system errors in real-time.
User Friendly GUI Design
The OfficeServ NMS is developed using standard graphic interfaces. All commands are
organized in graphic menus, so the operator can easily understand and use the OfficeServ
NMS functions.
Various Statistics Reports
The OfficeServ NMS provides a textual, graph format and statistics of the data such as
errors, performances, traffics etc. to the operator. The operator can view the data from a file
format or print to the printer.
Object-oriented Approach
The OfficeServ NMS is designed using an object-oriented method. Different subsystems
are divided into objects, so the required functionalities can be easily added and/or upgraded.
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Error Handling
If the OfficeServ NMS fails to execute the command entered by the operator,
a corresponding error message will be displayed prior to executing the next task.
The operator can view the error message prior to executing incorrect commands,
thus providing accurate and efficient system managements.
Flexible Platform
The OfficeServ NMS can be installed and operated from diverse platforms such as generalpurpose PCs or workstations. Therefore, the operator can select an appropriate OfficeServ
platform respective to the network size and/or its management scope.
Help
The OfficeServ NMS provides a help function organized by hypertexts. The help function
provides a detailed document to understand the OfficeServ NMS and a brief, clear usage of
the OfficeServ NMS menus.
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ABBREVIATION
A
AA
Auto Attendant
AC
Alternating Current
ALG
Application Level Gateway
AME
Answering Machine Emulation
AOM
Add On Module
AP
Access Point
AS
Autonomous System
ASIC
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
AWG
American Wire Gauge
BRI
Basic Rate Interface
BoD
Bandwidth on Demand
CBQ
Class Based Queuing
CDR
Call Detail Record
CID
Caller Identification
CLI
Command Line Interface
CODEC
Coder/Decoder
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Code
CSMA/CD
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect
CTI
Computer Telephony Integration
DASL
Digital Adaptor for Subscriber Loop
DC
Direct Current
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
B
C
D
DID
Direct Inward Dialing
DLI
Digital Line Interface
DMZ
DeMilitarized Zone
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ABBREVIATION
DNS
Domain Name Server
DPIM
Door Phone Interface Module
DSL
Digital Subscriber Line
DSP
Digital Signal Processor
DTMF
Dial Tone Multi Frequency
DVMRP
Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
EAP
Extensible Authentication Protocol
EMI
Electro-Magnetic Interference
E
F
FE
Fast Ethernet
FXS
Foreign Exchange Station
FXO
Foreign Exchange Office
G
GPLIMT
Gigabit PoE LAN Interface Module TX
GK
GateKeeper
GND
Ground
GSIM
Gigabit Switch Interface Module
GSIMT
Gigabit Switch Interface Module TX
GWIMT
Gigabit WAN Interface Module TX
HDB3
High Density Bipolar of order 3
H
HDLC
High-level Data Link Control
HSSI
High Speed Serial Interface
IDS
Intrusion Detection System
IGMP
Internet Group Management Protocol
IMAP4
Internet Message Access Protocol version 4
IP
Internet Protocol
IPC
Inter Processor Communication
I
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
IPSec
Internet Protocol Security
ITU
International Telecommunication Union
KDB
Keyset Daughter Board
K
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L2TP
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
LAN
Local Area Network
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LP40
Local Control Processor 40
LCR
Least Cost Routing
LED
Light Emitting Diode
LIM
LAN Interface Module
M
MP40
Main Control Processor 40
MIS
Miscellaneous
MMC
Man Machine Communication (Code, Command)
MPD
Metering Pulse Detection
NAT
Network Address Translation
OSPF
Open Shortest Path First
OSM
OfficeServ Manager
N
O
P
PC
Personal Computer
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation
PFT
Power Fail Transfer
PIM-SM
Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode
PLIM
PoE LAN Interface Module
PoE
Power over Ethernet
POP3
Post Office Protocol 3
PPP
Point to Point Protocol
PPPoE
PPP over Ethernet
PPS
Pulse Per Second
PPTP
Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
PRI
Primary Rate Interface
PRS
Polarity Reverse Signal
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network
PSU
Power Supply Unit
QAM
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QoS
Quality of Service
Q
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RF
Radio Frequency
RCM
R2 Caller identification Module
RMON
Remote Monitoring
RTP
Real-time Transmission Protocol
RTPT
Real-time Transmission Protocol Transfer
RTPR
Real-time Transmission Protocol Receiver
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
SLI
Single Line Interface
SMDR
Station Message Detail Recording
SME
Small Medium Enterprise
STP
Signaling Transfer Point
S
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SONET
Synchronous Optical Network
TAPI
Telephony Application Programming Interface
TEPRI
T1 E1 Primary Rate Interface
ToS
Type of Service
T
TRK
Trunk
TTS
Text-To Speech
UA
User Agent
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
U
UMS
Unified Messaging Service
USB
Universal Serial Bus
UTP
Unshielded Twisted Pair
V
IV
VDSL
Very high bit rate Digital Subscriber Line
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VMS
Voice Mailing System
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol
VPM
Voice Processing Module
VPN
Virtual Private Network
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WAN
Wide Area Network
WBS
Wireless Base Station
WIP
Wireless IP Phone
WLAN
Wireless Local Area Network
WLI
Wireless LAN Interface
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