AccessLine SIP Trunk Setup
DSX
AccessLine SIP Trunk Setup
February 27, 2013
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AccessLine SIP Trunk Setup
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Copyright 2013
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Revision History
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Initial release.
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Contents
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Overview................................................................................................................................................ 4
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AccessLine Setup .................................................................................................................................. 4
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System Router Setup............................................................................................................................. 4
3.1
NAT and SIP....................................................................................................................................... 4
3.2
Port Forwarding .................................................................................................................................. 4
4
DSX VoIP Resources ............................................................................................................................ 5
5
DSX Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 5
5.1
Software Level .................................................................................................................................... 5
5.2
Basic SIP Setup.................................................................................................................................. 5
5.3
CODEC Setup .................................................................................................................................... 6
5.4
AccessLine Account Setup ................................................................................................................. 7
5.5
Assign Line Type and DID Numbers .................................................................................................. 7
5.6
Assign SIP Lines................................................................................................................................. 8
5.7
Extension Level Caller ID ................................................................................................................... 8
5.8
Fax Setup ........................................................................................................................................... 8
5.9
Remote IP Extensions and Security ................................................................................................... 9
Tables
Table 1: AccessLine Account Information.................................................................................................... 4
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Overview
The DSX is compatible with AccessLine SIP Trunking. This setup guide summarizes the account
information you will receive from AccessLine and provides step-by-step instructions on how to program
that information into the DSX.
You can set up SIP trunks as standard loop start lines or DID lines. All the feature available with other
types of loop start and DID lines are also available with AccessLine SIP trunks. For details on the features
available with loop start and DID lines, refer to the on-line DSX Software Manual at:
http://www.necdsx.com/docs/dita/dsx_v3_complete/index.html
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AccessLine Setup
To set up your SIP Trunking account, contact AccessLine at http://www.accessline.com. Once your
account is set up they will provide you with the following service information:
Table 1: AccessLine Account Information
Option
AccessLine Domain
SIP Port
SIP Trunk ID
Password
DID(s)
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3.1
Description
The AccessLine domain is the FQDN to which the DSX SIP
lines will connect. This is normally: usbc.accessline.com
This is the SIP port AccessLine will use to connect to the DSX.
It is normally: 6060
The SIP Trunk ID is the username for your AccessLine SIP
account.
This is the password for your AccessLine SIP account.
These are the telephone numbers that users will dial to reach
you over your AccessLine SIP trunks.
System Router Setup
NAT and SIP
In the router to which the DSX is connected, enable NAT and disable all special SIP management
features (such as SIP ALG).
3.2
Port Forwarding
Forward UDP ports 6060 and 1024 through 1215 to the DSX system's IP address, which is
required for remote IP extensions. If you have no remote IP extensions, do not port forward.
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DSX VoIP Resources
Each SIP 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 SIP 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 SIP 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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4.1
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The first SIP line in a DSX-80/160 with a single 8COIU card is line 9. Available SIP 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 SIP 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.
DSX Setup
Software Level
3.42.04 or higher.
4.2
Basic SIP Setup
1801-01: SIP UDP Port [SYSTEM: VOIP: SETUP]
Assign the SIP UDP port to 6060. (The default is 5060.)
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CODEC Setup
1811/1812 [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE 4: CODECS]
Assign the Priority 1 CODEC in Profile 4 as either [email protected] or [email protected] Priority settings
2-6 must be None. Use one or the other – never both.
The G.711 CODEC provides better voice quality but uses more bandwidth. G.729 uses less
bandwidth but sacrifices some voice quality. Choose the CODEC that works best in your area.
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AccessLine Account Setup
1831/1832: Provider [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER 1)]
For Service Provider, select Generic SIP (00 in telephone programming). DSX supports up to two
providers simultaneously.
For Description, enter a descriptive 18-character name for your AccessLine account.
In Server Address, enter usbc.accessline.com:6060.
For Registration Type, select Common (01 in telephone programming).
In User, enter the account SIP Trunk ID provided to you by AccessLine.
For Password, enter the account Password provided to you by AccessLine.
The remaining fields on this page should be left at their default settings.
4.5
Assign Line Type and DID Numbers
The first DSX SIP line is the first line beyond the last assigned line. In a base DSX-40, for example,
your SIP lines would begin with line 5.
3101-07: Telephone Number [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: PHONE NUMBER]
For each of your SIP lines, enter one of the DID numbers provided by Access Line.
3101-01: Line Type [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: TYPE]
Your SIP lines can be either Loop Start or DID Immediate Start.
Loop Start
With Loop Start lines, the number entry in 3101-07 can either be unique for each line or the same.
With unique entries, DSX operates as a “square key” where each line has its own line key. With
identical entries, DSX provides a top down line rotary limited only by the number of concurrent
circuits provided by your AccessLine account. With 6 lines set up this way, for example, line 6 rings
first, followed by line 4, then line 4, etc.
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DID
When set for DID, calls route into the DID table (3301/3302 [LINES: DID]) like any other DID line
based on the number the caller dialed.
4.6
Assign SIP Lines
1231/1232/1233 [SYSTEM: PORTS: SIP LINES]
The first DSX SIP line is the first line beyond the last assigned line. The example above shows two
SIP lines enabled in a base DSX-40. Under Line, enter 5 and 6, select your provider from the
Provider drop-down and the rest of the fields will fill in automatically. If the data you entered in the
other programs is correct, after about 20 seconds Registered will show Yes. You can then start
using your SIP lines to place and answer calls.
4.7
Extension Level Caller ID
2101-05: Outgoing ANI ID [STATIONS: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: ANI ]
DSX and AccessLine SIP lines support Extension Level Caller ID. If Caller ID is enabled for the SIP
line (3121-01: Caller ID [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: CALLER ID SETUP]), DSX will deliver the DID number
(3101-07: Telephone Number [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: PHONE NUMBER]) as the CID data. However,
if an alternate number is entered in the extension’s ANI option, that alternate number will be
delivered instead.
In the above example, when extension 301 places a call over the SIP line, the system will deliver
2039265400 as the CID data, not the line’s DID number.
4.8
Fax Setup
Fax services with AccessLine require a SIP line using CODEC type G.711 with inband DTMF. If
you have AccessLine SIP lines using G.729, you must request a separate account from
AccessLine that you can set up with G.711. The option 1232-04: Fax/Data Line [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP
LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT: FAX] cannot work with AccessLine since a G.729 account will not switch to
G.711.
Note that T.38 fax is not supported.
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Remote IP Extensions and Security
2106 [STATIONS: CONFIG: SETUP: VOIP ]
To help ensure the integrity of their SIP services and minimize the likelihood of toll fraud, AccessLine
requests that remote SIP endpoints registered with the DSX be DSX IP Keysets with MAC address
matching enabled. Remote endpoints that do not match these requirements will be unable to register with
the DSX.
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