Broadvox Fusion SIP Trunks Configuration
Guide
PBX Platform: KX-TDA50
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Overview
This document describes the configuration procedures required for the KX-TDA50 to make full
use of the capabilities of Broadvox SIP Trunks Services.
The KX-TDA50 is one of Panasonic platforms that support SIP trunks functionality. It implements
the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) through a dedicated (Trunk) Gateway card (KX-TDA5450)
which offers 4-Channels of SIP trunks. Capacity of the SIP trunks can be increased by installing
an additional DSP daughter card (KX-TDA5451) which provides additional 4-Channels. The
maximum numbers of SIP Gateway cards to be installed into one PBX is one card.
This guide describes the specific configuration items for the SIP Gateway card in addition to the
PBX basic configuration related to SIP trunks functionality. It also describes basic Network
configuration to familiarize dealers with the network setup for the SIP Gateway card. It does not
describe the purpose and use of all configuration options on the SIP Gateway card. For those
details, see the KX-TDA5450 Installation Manual and the KX-TDA50 Manuals available from
Panasonic Reseller Website.
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Architecture Overview
The following diagram illustrates simple VOIP networks connecting the SIP-GW4 card:
The Case of Broadvox Setup.
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Basic SIP-GW Settings for Broadvox
1-Starting the SIP-GW4 Maintenance Utility
To start the SIP-GW4 Maintenance Utility, log in from your PC connected to the card
by specifying the default IP address, username, and password.
1. Start Internet Explorer from the Start menu.
2. Specify the URL of the SIP-GW4 Maintenance Utility with the IP address
http://192.168.0.1:8000/Exp.
3. a. The log-in screen is displayed.
In the User name box, type INSTALLER.
b. In the Password box, type 1234.
c. Click OK.
Now the menu screen of the SIP-GW4 Maintenance Utility is displayed
2-Network Settings
WAN Interface: (i.e DHCP Client)
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Note:
Please check if the WAN port will get an IP address in the same subnet as your LAN port.
Contact the Network Administrator to confirm the WAN network configuration…
For example:
LAN port: IP address 192.168.0.1, Subnet mask 24 (255.255.255.0)
WAN port: IP address 192.168.0.2, Subnet mask 24 (255.255.255.0)
If you do so, disconnect the cables from the LAN and WAN ports and reboot the SIP-GW4 card.
Then, connect the cable only to the LAN port, and reassign the IP address and subnet mask
address for the WAN port.
You will need to reboot The Gateway card for these settings to be effective
3- Channel & SIP Telephony
1. Click 1.2.1 Channel & SIP Telephony.
2. Specify Channel Attribute for each channel referring to the descriptions below.
Note
Channels 5 through 8 are only available when the SIP-DSP4 card is mounted on the SIP-GW4
card.
3. Click the Reboot button that appears below the table after all the required configuration,
including the following SIP Telephony Basic Settings, is complete.
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-SIP Telephony Basic Settings
1-System Level Configuration:
This section describes system-wide configuration items that are generally required for
each KX-TDA50 to work with Broadvox.
*Operation Menu1.2 SIP settings1.2.1 Channel and SIP Telephony
(Channel 1)
nd01-03.fs.broadvox.net
180
Broadvox
Step
Command
Purpose
Step 1
Set Proxy Server<compulsory>.
Set the TDA50 SIP
server to the Fully
Qualified Domain
Name (FQDN) for the
Broadvox Application
Server cluster.
(i.e.
nd01-03.fs.broadvox.net)
Step 2
Enable Registration.(Default)
Step 3
Set Registration Timer (Offer).(180 sec)
Step 4
Set Register Server. ( Blank)
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Specifies whether to
register on the SIP
server or not (if
required).
Specifies the length of
time that the card
offers for
Registration to the
SIP server (if
required).
Specifies the domain
name or IP address of a
Registrar server (if
provided). If an ITSP
provides both Proxy and
Registrar Server
information, specify the
Registrar Server
information.
6
Step
Command
Step 5
Set Domain name. ( Blank)
Step 6
Set ITSP Name.(i.e Broadvox)
Purpose
Specifies the domain
name (if provided
besides proxy and
registrar server).
Specifies the ITSP
name (optional).
2-Subscriber Level Configuration Parameters
This section identifies the SIP service subscriber-specific parameters, including
registration and authentication. These settings must be unique for each account.
Provisioning a subscriber to register with Broadvox allows calls to terminate to the
subscriber’s line. Please locate this data from your Broadvox welcome Email/Letter.
Step
Command
Step 1
Set SIP Account<compulsory>.
Step 2
Set Authentication ID
<compulsory>.
Step 3
Set Authentication Password
Purpose
The register user ID must correspond
with the line/port setting on Broadvox
If the Authentication service is
configured on Broadvox, these
parameters must be configured to
match the Broadvox settings.
Specifies the password (compulsory).
<compulsory>.
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-Codecs priority and DTMF Settings
DTMF Sending Method = RFC2833.
Codec G729-AB can be chosen as first priority if you need to reduce the Bandwidth
utilization by voice communication.
*Operation Menu1.2.2 Voice Communication
- NAT Traversal
Broadvox supports SBC therefore the NAT traversal method can be disabled..
Keep Alive for NAT binding, RTP Type= Blank UDP
*Operation Menu1.2.3 NAT Traversal
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Broadvox
Broadvox
Essential PBX Configuration:
To Assign the DID numbers destinations, Go to 10-3.CO & Incoming Call DID table
Broadvox
Important note:
Make sure that you provide the 10 digits DID number in the DID number field to be able to
make use of the additional DID’s assigned by the Provider.
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Minimum System Software requirements:
UPCMC
SIP-GW card
TDA50 MPR
V7.4.1.0 (Latest as of 02/25/13)
V 4.100
V 6.000
Useful Hints:
1- Update your system software once the update is available through the Dealer
website to make use of added features and improved functionality
2- Update your PCMC (Maintenance Tool) with the latest version available on the BTS
website and through Panasonic Tech support department
3- Back up your configuration file with the Good known settings
4- Consult with your network administrator prior to installation to guarantee a smooth
setup for your system over the existing network
Important:
1- E911:
Please work closely with Broadvox to configure and Test E911..
2- Fax and Modem communication:
Fax or Modem communication requires additional POTS to be connected to the Panasonic
PBX in order to provide service reliability. Most of Broadvox VOIP services are provided
over Best Effort internet which can adversely affects Fax /Modem Transactions that are
time sensitive and depend on accurate Tone detection for successful operation.
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