ATC SIP Trunk Setup Guide
DSX
ATC SIP Trunk Setup
April 22, 2011
Issue 1.01
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ATC SIP Trunk Setup
DSX
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Copyright 2011
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Revision History
Issue
Date
1.00
4/11/11
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Initial release.
1.01
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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Contents
1 Overview................................................................................................................................................ 4 2 ATC Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 4 3 System Router Setup............................................................................................................................. 4 3.1 NAT and SIP....................................................................................................................................... 4 3.2 Port Forwarding .................................................................................................................................. 4 4 DSX Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 4 4.1 Software Level .................................................................................................................................... 4 4.2 DSX WAN IP Address ........................................................................................................................ 5 4.3 Assign SIP Lines................................................................................................................................. 5 4.4 Codec Setup ....................................................................................................................................... 6 4.5 Select the SIP Trunk Provider Type ................................................................................................... 7 4.6 Set Up the SIP Trunk Registration...................................................................................................... 7 4.7 Assign DID Numbers to your SIP Lines.............................................................................................. 8 4.8 Fax Setup ........................................................................................................................................... 8 Tables
Table 1: ATC Account Information ............................................................................................................... 4 NEC Corporation of America
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ATC SIP Trunk Setup
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Overview
The DSX is compatible with ATC SIP Trunking. This setup guide summarizes the account information you
will receive from ATC 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 ATC 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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ATC Setup
To set up your SIP Trunking account, contact ATC at http://www.americantelephonecompany.com. Once
your account is set up they will provide you with the following service information:
Table 1: ATC Account Information
Option
ATC Server Address
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3.1
Description
The ATC Server Address is the IP address to which the DSX
sip lines will connect.
Fixed WAN IP Address
ATC SIP Trunking terminates to a fixed WAN IP address at
your site. Normally, this is the WAN IP address of the router to
which the DSX is connected.
DID(s)
These are the telephone numbers that users will dial to reach
you over your ATC 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 5060 and 1024 through 1215 to the DSX system’s IP address.
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4.1
DSX Setup
Software Level
3.31.96 or higher.
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DSX WAN IP Address
1104-09: WAN IP [SYSTEM: CONFIG: COMMUNICATION: ETHERNET: WAN ADDRESS]
Enter the WAN IP address of the router to which the DSX system is connected.
4.3
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 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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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.
1232-01: IP Line Provider Number [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
Assign each SIP line in DSX to a provider number (1 or 2). DSX supports up to two providers
simultaneously.
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Example: If ATC is your only SIP trunk provider, assign all the SIP lines designated in 1231-01 to
provider 1.
1232-02: IP Line Username [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
1232-03: IP Line Password [SYSTEM: PORTS: IP LINES: IP LINE ASSIGNMENT]
These options are not used with ATC SIP trunks.
4.4
Codec Setup
1812: Codecs [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE X: CODECS]
1815: DTMF [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE X: PAYLOAD TYPES]
For the Profile you are using for ATC SIP trunks (normally 3 or 4), set Priority 1 for G.711, 20mS
Frame Size, with DTMF set to Relay (RFC 2833). Set Priority 2-6 to None.
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Select the SIP Trunk Provider Type
1831-01: Provider 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 ATC is your only 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 12 to choose ATC 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 SIP trunk provider. The
entry you make here corresponds to the profiles set up in programs 1811-1815. Choose a profile
that corresponds to the entries you made in 4.4 Codec Setup above.
4.6
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 Table 1 ATC Server
Address entry as it was provided to you by ATC. This option uses the text entry method.
1832-02: Registration Type [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROVIDERS: PROVIDER (1 OR 2): REGISTRATION TYPE]
Choose the IP line registration type. DSX IP lines can share the same registration (01: Common),
have a unique registration for each line (02: Per Line), or require no SIP registration (00: None) .
For ATC, choose 00: None.
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 ATC SIP trunks.
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Assign DID Numbers to your SIP Lines
3101-07: Telephone Number [LINES: CONFIG: SETUP: TYPE: PHONE NUMBER]
For each of your SIP lines, enter a telephone number that corresponds to one of the DID numbers
in Table 1. Each line must have a unique entry. This entry is required for both Loop Start and DID
lines.
4.8
Fax Setup
1812: Codecs [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE X: CODECS]
1815: DTMF [SYSTEM: VOIP: PROFILE X: PAYLOAD TYPES]
SIP trunks to be used for fax must be set for G.711, 20mS Frame Size, with Inband DTMF. The fax
is transmitted in-band DTMF only.
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