DSX SIP Trunk Setup Guide
DSX
DSX SIP Setup
April 22, 2011
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DSX SIP Trunk Setup
DSX
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Copyright 2011
NEC Corporation of America
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Irving, TX 75039-2402
Communications Technology Group
Revision History
Issue
Date
1.02
1/18/11
Revisions
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Added the requirement to program the DSX router’s WAN IP
address in 1104-09.
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Removed the requirement to customize DTMF for profile 4.
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Added the application reset requirement.
1.03
1/19/11
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Removed a reference to Profile 3 on page 4. DSX SIP uses
Profile 4.
1.04
4/22/11
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Updated required software level, expanded RTP port
forwarding range, and added System Administrator screen
shots.
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Removed requirement for 1104-09.
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Contents
1 Overview................................................................................................................................................ 4 2 DSX SIP Setup ...................................................................................................................................... 4 3 System Router Setup............................................................................................................................. 4 3.1 NAT and SIP....................................................................................................................................... 4 3.2 Port Forwarding .................................................................................................................................. 4 4 DSX Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 5 4.1 Software Level .................................................................................................................................... 5 4.2 Assign SIP Lines................................................................................................................................. 5 4.3 Select the SIP Trunk Provider Type ................................................................................................... 6 4.4 Set Up the SIP Trunk Registration...................................................................................................... 6 4.5 Codec Setup ....................................................................................................................................... 7 4.6 Assign Phone Numbers to your SIP Lines.......................................................................................... 7 4.7 Reset the System Application............................................................................................................. 8 Tables
Table 1: What You Need To Know in the Remote DSX............................................................................... 4 NEC Corporation of America
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Overview
You can link two DSX systems together by using an unused IP extension in a remote DSX as the SIP
service provider for a SIP Trunk in a local DSX. This sets up a VoIP tie-line emulation between two IPequipped DSX systems. Press a DSX SIP line key in a local DSX system and dial any destination in the
remote DSX. You can dial remote system extensions and Department Groups, use outside lines, and log
into the remote system's voice mail.
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To place a call to the remote DSX from the local, a local user presses the SIP Trunk line key and
dials an extension or other valid destination in the remote.
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To place a call from the remote DSX back to the local system, a remote user places an Intercom
call to the IP extension in their own system that is the provider for the SIP Trunk in the local
system. The SIP Trunk line key in the local system will ring.
The SIP Trunk in the local system can be set up as a Loop Start line or DID Wink Start line. If set as a
DID, the SIP Trunk will route to a local destination based on the digits the caller dials and the settings in
the DID Translation Table. DID support is now included in the DSX-40.
Note: DSX SIP Trunks do not currently support fax.
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DSX SIP Setup
To set up the SIP Trunk link between two DSX systems, you need some information about the remote
system.
Table 1: What You Need To Know in the Remote DSX
Option
Description
WAN IP Address
You have to know the WAN IP address of the router to which
the remote DSX is connected.
VoIP Extension Username
and Password
An unused IP extension in the remote DSX will act as the
provider for the SIP trunk in the local DSX. This extension
must be unused, have a valid username and password, and
be set to use Profile 4.
Important Note on IP Extension Numbering
When setting up DSX SIP between two systems, the IP extensions cannot overlap. For
example, if the local DSX system has IP extensions 401-408, the remote system IP extensions
must be at 409 or higher. You have to skip IP extensions 401-408 in the remote system. IP
extensions 401-408 in the remote system must remain unused.
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3.1
System Router Setup
NAT and SIP
In the router to which each DSX is connected, enable NAT and disable all special SIP management
features (such as SIP ALG).
3.2
Port Forwarding
In the router to which each DSX is connected, forward UDP ports 5060 and 1024 through 1215 to
the DSX system’s IP address.
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DSX Setup
Software Level
3.31.96 or higher.
4.2
Assign SIP Lines
1231-01: IP Lines [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
The first DSX SIP line is the first line beyond the last assigned line. Each IP line uses an IP
resource (licensed VoIP port) in DSX. The maximum number of VoIP licenses is 8 in DSX-40 and
16 in DSX-80/160.
Example with DSX-40:
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The first IP line in a DSX-40 without a COIU expansion card is line 5. Available SIP line
numbers are 5-12.
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With the COIU expansion card installed, the first SIP line is line 9. Available IP line
numbers are 9-16.
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DSX-40 supports a maximum of 8 VoIP licenses. When the total number of licenses are in
use, only Peer-to-Peer calls are available.
Example with DSX-80/160:
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The first IP line in a DSX-80/160 with a single 8COIU card is line 9. Available IP lines are
9-17.
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The last line number in DSX-80/160 is 64. In a system with an 8COIU and two T1/PRI
cards, this will limit the available number of IP lines.
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DSX-80/160 supports a maximum of 16 VoIP licenses. When the total number of licenses
are in use, only Peer-to-Peer calls are available.
1232-01: IP Line Provider Number [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
Assign each IP line in DSX to a provider number (1 or 2). DSX supports up to two providers
simultaneously.
Example: If the remote DSX is your only SIP trunk provider, assign all the IP lines designated in
1231-01 to provider 1.
1232-02: IP Line Username [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
For each DSX SIP trunk, enter the username. This is the extension number of an unused IP
extension in the remote DSX that will be the provider for the DSX SIP trunk in the local system.
1232-03: IP Line Password [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
For each DSX SIP trunk, enter the password. This is the password for the VoIP extension in the
remote DSX that will be the provider for the DSX SIP trunk in the local system.
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2106-01: VoIP Profile [STATION: CONFIG: SETUP, VOIP]
For the VoIP extension in the remote DSX used as the provider for the local DSX, set 2106-01:
VoIP Profile to Profile 4.
4.3
Select the SIP Trunk Provider Type
1831-01: Service Number [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2)]
Select the provider number you want to set up. This selection corresponds to the provider number
you assigned to the SIP lines in 1232-01.
Example: If the remote DSX is your only DSX SIP trunk provider, and you have chosen provider 1
in 1232-01, select provider 1 for this option also.
1831-02: Provider Type [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): SERVICE PROVIDER]
Dial 02 to choose DSX SIP as the type for the provider selected in 1831-01.
1831-03: Provider Name [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): DESCRIPTION]
The provider name is an optional 18-character entry that describes the provider. Enter any name
you like – the entry does not affect provider setup or registration.
1831-04: Profile [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): PROFILE]
Select the VoIP profile that the system will use when connecting to the DSX SIP trunk provider.
Choose profile 4.
4.4
Set Up the SIP Trunk Registration
1832-01: Provider IP Registration [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): SERVER ADDRESS]
Select the provider number you want to set up (see 1831-01) and enter the WAN IP address of the
remote DSX router.
1832-02: Registration Type [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): REGISTRATION TYPE]
Choose the IP line registration type (02: Per Line).
1832-03: Account Username [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): USER]
1832-04: Account Password [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): PASSWORD]
1832-05: Proxy [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): PROXY ADDRESS]
1832-06: SIP Type or Service (ToS) [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): SIP TOS]
1832-07: RTP Type of Service (ToS) [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): RTP TOS]
These options are not used with DSX SIP trunks.
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Codec Setup
1812: Codecs [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE 4: CODECS]
For DSX SIP Trunks, leave Profile 4 at default.
4.6
Assign Phone Numbers to your SIP Lines
3101-07: Telephone Number [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: PHONE NUMBER]
For each of your SIP lines, enter the number of the unused IP extension in the remote DSX to
which the line is registered. This is the same as the entry you made in 1232-02: IP Line Username
[SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT].
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Reset the System Application
9001: System Reset [SYSTEM: RESET]
Using telephone programming or the System Administrator, reset both DSX systems. Do not reset
by turning the power off and on or by pressing the red Reset Button.
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