Instruction manual | Avaya G350 Network Card User Manual

Installation of the Avaya G350
Media Gateway
555-245-104
Issue 1.1
December 2003
Copyright 2003, Avaya Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Notice
Every effort was made to ensure that the information in this document
was complete and accurate at the time of printing. However,
information is subject to change.
Warranty
Avaya Inc. provides a limited warranty on this product. Refer to your
sales agreement to establish the terms of the limited warranty. In
addition, Avaya’s standard warranty language as well as information
regarding support for this product, while under warranty, is available
through the following Web site: http://www.avaya.com/support.
Preventing Toll Fraud
“Toll fraud” is the unauthorized use of your telecommunications
system by an unauthorized party (for example, a person who is not a
corporate employee, agent, subcontractor, or is not working on your
company's behalf). Be aware that there may be a risk of toll fraud
associated with your system and that, if toll fraud occurs, it can result
in substantial additional charges for your telecommunications
services.
Avaya Fraud Intervention
If you suspect that you are being victimized by toll fraud and you need
technical assistance or support, in the United States and Canada, call
the Technical Service Center's Toll Fraud Intervention Hotline at
1-800-643-2353.
How to Get Help
For additional support telephone numbers, go to the Avaya support
Web site: http://www.avaya.com/support. If you are:
• Within the United States, click the Escalation Management link.
Then click the appropriate link for the type of support you need.
• Outside the United States, click the Escalation Management link.
Then click the International Services link that includes telephone
numbers for the international Centers of Excellence.
Providing Telecommunications Security
Telecommunications security (of voice, data, and/or video
communications) is the prevention of any type of intrusion to (that is,
either unauthorized or malicious access to or use of) your company's
telecommunications equipment by some party.
Your company's “telecommunications equipment” includes both this
Avaya product and any other voice/data/video equipment that could be
accessed via this Avaya product (that is, “networked equipment”).
An “outside party” is anyone who is not a corporate employee, agent,
subcontractor, or is not working on your company's behalf. Whereas, a
“malicious party” is anyone (including someone who may be
otherwise authorized) who accesses your telecommunications
equipment with either malicious or mischievous intent.
Such intrusions may be either to/through synchronous (timemultiplexed and/or circuit-based) or asynchronous (character-,
message-, or packet-based) equipment or interfaces for reasons of:
• Utilization (of capabilities special to the accessed equipment)
• Theft (such as, of intellectual property, financial assets, or toll
facility access)
• Eavesdropping (privacy invasions to humans)
• Mischief (troubling, but apparently innocuous, tampering)
• Harm (such as harmful tampering, data loss or alteration,
regardless of motive or intent)
Be aware that there may be a risk of unauthorized intrusions
associated with your system and/or its networked equipment. Also
realize that, if such an intrusion should occur, it could result in a
variety of losses to your company (including but not limited to,
human/data privacy, intellectual property, material assets, financial
resources, labor costs, and/or legal costs).
Responsibility for Your Company’s Telecommunications Security
The final responsibility for securing both this system and its
networked equipment rests with you - Avaya’s customer system
administrator, your telecommunications peers, and your managers.
Base the fulfillment of your responsibility on acquired knowledge and
resources from a variety of sources including but not limited to:
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Installation documents
System administration documents
Security documents
Hardware-/software-based security tools
Shared information between you and your peers
Telecommunications security experts
To prevent intrusions to your telecommunications equipment, you and
your peers should carefully program and configure:
• Your Avaya-provided telecommunications systems and their
interfaces
• Your Avaya-provided software applications, as well as their
underlying hardware/software platforms and interfaces
• Any other equipment networked to your Avaya products
TCP/IP Facilities
Customers may experience differences in product performance,
reliability and security depending upon network configurations/design
and topologies, even when the product performs as warranted.
Standards Compliance
Avaya Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television interference
caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the
substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other
than those specified by Avaya Inc. The correction of interference
caused by such unauthorized modifications, substitution or attachment
will be the responsibility of the user. Pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) Rules, the user is cautioned that
changes or modifications not expressly approved by Avaya Inc. could
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Product Safety Standards
This product complies with and conforms to the following
international Product Safety standards as applicable:
Safety of Information Technology Equipment, IEC 60950, 3rd Edition
including all relevant national deviations as listed in Compliance with
IEC for Electrical Equipment (IECEE) CB-96A.
Safety of Information Technology Equipment, CAN/CSA-C22.2
No. 60950-00 / UL 60950, 3rd Edition
Safety Requirements for Customer Equipment, ACA Technical
Standard (TS) 001 - 1997
The equipment described in this document may contain Class 1
LASER Device(s). These devices comply with the following
standards:
• EN 60825-1, Edition 1.1, 1998-01
• 21 CFR 1040.10 and CFR 1040.11.
The LASER devices operate within the following parameters:
• Maximum power output: -5 dBm to -8 dBm
• Center Wavelength: 1310 nm to 1360 nm
Luokan 1 Laserlaite
REN Number
Klass 1 Laser Apparat
For MCC1, SCC1, CMC1, G600, and G650 Media Gateways:
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposures. Contact your Avaya representative for more laser product
information.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On either the
rear or inside the front cover of this equipment is a label that contains,
among other information, the FCC registration number, and ringer
equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this
information must be provided to the telephone company.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standards
This product complies with and conforms to the following
international EMC standards and all relevant national deviations:
Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference of
Information Technology Equipment, CISPR 22:1997 and
EN55022:1998.
Information Technology Equipment – Immunity Characteristics –
Limits and Methods of Measurement, CISPR 24:1997 and
EN55024:1998, including:
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Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2
Radiated Immunity IEC 61000-4-3
Electrical Fast Transient IEC 61000-4-4
Lightning Effects IEC 61000-4-5
Conducted Immunity IEC 61000-4-6
Mains Frequency Magnetic Field IEC 61000-4-8
Voltage Dips and Variations IEC 61000-4-11
Powerline Harmonics IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker IEC 61000-3-3
Federal Communications Commission Statement
Part 15:
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
Part 68: Answer-Supervision Signaling
Allowing this equipment to be operated in a manner that does not
provide proper answer-supervision signaling is in violation of Part 68
rules. This equipment returns answer-supervision signals to the public
switched network when:
• answered by the called station,
• answered by the attendant, or
• routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by
the customer premises equipment (CPE) user.
This equipment returns answer-supervision signals on all direct
inward dialed (DID) calls forwarded back to the public switched
telephone network. Permissible exceptions are:
• A call is unanswered.
• A busy tone is received.
• A reorder tone is received.
Avaya attests that this registered equipment is capable of providing
users access to interstate providers of operator services through the use
of access codes. Modification of this equipment by call aggregators to
block access dialing codes is a violation of the Telephone Operator
Consumers Act of 1990.
For G350 and G700 Media Gateways:
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the
requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the rear of this equipment is a
label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in
the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are
the ringer equivalence number (REN) without a decimal point (for
example, 03 is a REN of 0.3). If requested, this number must be
provided to the telephone company.
For all media gateways:
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices that may be
connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line
may result in devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In
most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed 5.0. To be
certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as
determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
REN is not required for some types of analog or digital facilities.
Means of Connection
Connection of this equipment to the telephone network is shown in the
following tables.
For MCC1, SCC1, CMC1, G600, and G650 Media Gateways:
Manufacturer’s Port
Identifier
FIC Code
SOC/REN/ Network
A.S. Code Jacks
Off premises station
OL13C
9.0F
RJ2GX,
RJ21X,
RJ11C
DID trunk
02RV2-T
0.0B
RJ2GX,
RJ21X
CO trunk
02GS2
0.3A
RJ21X
02LS2
0.3A
RJ21X
Tie trunk
TL31M
9.0F
RJ2GX
Basic Rate Interface
02IS5
6.0F, 6.0Y
RJ49C
1.544 digital interface
04DU9-BN
6.0F
RJ48C,
RJ48M
04DU9-IKN
6.0F
RJ48C,
RJ48M
04DU9-ISN
6.0F
RJ48C,
RJ48M
04DU9-DN
6.0Y
RJ48C
120A4 channel service unit
Declarations of Conformity
For G350 and G700 Media Gateways:
Manufacturer’s Port
Identifier
FIC Code
SOC/REN/ Network
A.S. Code Jacks
Ground Start CO trunk
02GS2
1.0A
RJ11C
DID trunk
02RV2-T
AS.0
RJ11C
Loop Start CO trunk
02LS2
0.5A
RJ11C
1.544 digital interface
04DU9-BN
6.0Y
RJ48C
Basic Rate Interface
04DU9-DN
6.0Y
RJ48C
04DU9-IKN
6.0Y
RJ48C
04DU9-ISN
6.0Y
RJ48C
02IS5
6.0F
RJ49C
For all media gateways:
If the terminal equipment (for example, the media server or media
gateway) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of
service may be required. But if advance notice is not practical, the
telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also,
you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if
you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the
equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide
advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to
maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty
information, please contact the Technical Service Center at
1-800-242- 2121 or contact your local Avaya representative. If the
equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the
problem is resolved.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring
and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68
rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone
cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to
be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. It is
recommended that repairs be performed by Avaya certified
technicians.
The equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided
by the telephone company. Connection to party line service is subject
to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public
service commission or corporation commission for information.
United States FCC Part 68 Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity
(SDoC)
Avaya Inc. in the United States of America hereby certifies that the
equipment described in this document and bearing a TIA TSB-168
label identification number complies with the FCC’s Rules and
Regulations 47 CFR Part 68, and the Administrative Council on
Terminal Attachments (ACTA) adopted technical criteria.
Avaya further asserts that Avaya handset-equipped terminal
equipment described in this document complies with Paragraph
68.316 of the FCC Rules and Regulations defining Hearing Aid
Compatibility and is deemed compatible with hearing aids.
Copies of SDoCs signed by the Responsible Party in the U. S. can be
obtained by contacting your local sales representative and are
available on the following Web site: http://www.avaya.com/support.
All Avaya media servers and media gateways are compliant with FCC
Part 68, but many have been registered with the FCC before the SDoC
process was available. A list of all Avaya registered products may be
found at: http://www.part68.org by conducting a search using “Avaya”
as manufacturer.
European Union Declarations of Conformity
Avaya Inc. declares that the equipment specified in this document
bearing the “CE” (Conformité Europeénne) mark conforms to the
European Union Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
Directive (1999/5/EC), including the Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (89/336/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC). This
equipment has been certified to meet CTR3 Basic Rate Interface (BRI)
and CTR4 Primary Rate Interface (PRI) and subsets thereof in CTR12
and CTR13, as applicable.
Copies of these Declarations of Conformity (DoCs) can be obtained
by contacting your local sales representative and are available on the
following Web site: http://www.avaya.com/support.
To order copies of this and other documents:
Call:
Avaya Publications Center
Voice 1.800.457.1235 or 1.207.866.6701
FAX 1.800.457.1764 or 1.207.626.7269
Write:
Globalware Solutions
200 Ward Hill Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01835 USA
Attention: Avaya Account Management
E-mail:
totalware@gwsmail.com
This equipment, if it uses a telephone receiver, is hearing aid
compatible.
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Interference
Information
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal
Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the
registration number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration
number signifies that registration was performed based on a
Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical
specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada
approved the equipment.
For the most current versions of documentation, go to the Avaya
support Web site: http://www.avaya.com/support.
Contents
Contents
About this book
• Overview
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• Audience
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• Downloading this book and updates from the Web
9
Downloading this book
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• Safety labels and security alert labels
10
• Related resources
11
• Technical assistance
11
Within the US
11
International
11
• Trademarks
11
• Sending us comments
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Before you start
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• Installation workflows
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Full installation
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Staging
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Installation of a staged G350
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• Gathering information
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• Unpacking
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• Site requirements
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Environmental Verification
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Power Verification
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Grounding Verification
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• Required equipment
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Installing the Avaya G350 Media Gateway
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• Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
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Mounting the G350 in a rack
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Mounting the G350 on a wall
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Placing the G350 on a table
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Contents
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• Step 2: Install the media modules
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Combination limitations
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Allocating slots
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Inserting the S8300 Media Server module
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Inserting media modules
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• Step 3: Attach ground conductors
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General grounding requirements
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Approved grounds
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Connect the safety ground
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• Step 4: Connect power to the G350
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Preparing for configuration
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• Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
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Preparing a G350 without an S8300 for configuration
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Preparing a G350 with an S8300 for configuration
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Connecting the USB modem
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• Step 2: Assist the configuration
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Assisting a remote configuration
40
Assisting an on-site configuration
40
Assisting a combined remote and on-site configuration
40
Assisting an off-site configuration (staging)
41
Connecting devices
43
• Step 1: Connect the network
43
• Step 2: Connect IP telephones
44
• Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
45
Connecting an analog telephone
45
Connecting a DCP telephone
46
Connecting an analog trunk
47
Connecting an E1/T1 trunk
47
Connecting an ISDN BRI trunk
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• Step 4: Install circuit protection
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Over-Voltage and Sneak-Current Protection
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• Step 5: Connect to the Wide Area Network (WAN)
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Connecting the G350 to the WAN
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Connecting an external router to the G350
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• Step 6: Install the Coupled Bonding Conductor
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• Step 7: Install the Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct
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After installation
• Step 1: Test the installation
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Testing telephones
53
Testing trunks
53
LSP failover testing
54
• Step 2: Remove the installation equipment
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Technical specifications
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• G350 Media Gateway specifications
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• Power Cord Specifications
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Index
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About this book
Overview
About this book
Overview
The Avaya G350 Media Gateway Installation Guide describes how to:
• Physically install the Avaya G350 Media Gateway.
• Establish connectivity to a remote installation technician, if necessary.
• Prepare for configurations performed by installation technicians.
Audience
This book is for the following audiences:
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Trained field installation personnel.
Technical support personnel.
Network engineers and technicians.
Authorized business partners.
Downloading this book and updates from the Web
You can download the latest version of Avaya G350 Media Gateway Installation Guide from the Avaya
Web site. You must have access to the Internet, and a copy of Acrobat Reader must be installed on your
personal computer.
Avaya makes every effort to ensure that the information in this book is complete and accurate.
However, information can change after we publish this book. Therefore, the Avaya Web site might also
contain new product information and updates to the information in this book. You can also download
these updates from the Avaya Web site.
Downloading this book
To download the latest version of this book:
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Access the Avaya web site at http://www.avaya.com/support.
On the left side of the page, click Product Documentation.
The system displays the Welcome to Product Documentation page.
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On the right side of the page, type 555-245-104 and then click Search.
The system displays the Product Documentation Search Results page.
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About this book
Safety labels and security alert labels
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Scroll down to find the latest issue number, and then click the book title that is to the right of the
latest issue number.
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On the next page, scroll down and click one of the following options:
— PDF Format to download the book in regular PDF format
— ZIP Format to download the book as a zipped PDF file.
Safety labels and security alert labels
Observe all caution, warning, and danger statements to help prevent loss of service, equipment damage,
personal injury, and security problems. This book uses the following safety labels and security alert
labels:
CAUTION:
A caution statement calls attention to a situation that can result in harm to software, loss of
data, or an interruption in service.
! WARNING:
A warning statement calls attention to a situation that can result in harm to hardware or equipment.
A warning can also indicate the presence of a hazard that could cause personal injury if the hazard
is not avoided by following the instructions provided.
! WARNING:
Use an ESD warning to call attention to situations that can result in ESD damage to electronic
components.
! DANGER:
A danger statement indicates the presence of a hazard that can result in severe
personal injury or death if the hazard is not avoided by following the instructions
provided.
! SECURITY ALERT:
A security alert calls attention to a situation that can increase the potential for
unauthorized use of a telecommunications system.
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About this book
Related resources
Related resources
For more information on the Avaya G350 Media Gateway and related features, see the following books:
Title
Number
Overview of the Avaya G350 Media Gateway
555-245-201
Upgrade and Service Guide for the Avaya G350 Media Gateway
555-245-106
Avaya G350 Media Gateway Glossary
555-245-301
Technical assistance
Avaya provides the following resources for technical assistance.
Within the US
For help with:
• Feature administration and system applications, call the Avaya Technical Consulting Support
System at
1-800-225-7585
• Maintenance and repair, call the Avaya National Customer Care Support Line at
1-800-242-2121
• Toll fraud, call Avaya Toll Fraud Intervention at 1-800-643-2353
International
For all international resources, contact your local Avaya authorized dealer.
Trademarks
All trademarks identified by ® or ™ are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of Avaya Inc.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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About this book
Sending us comments
Sending us comments
Avaya welcomes your comments about this book. To reach us by:
• Mail, send your comments to:
Avaya Inc.
Product Documentation Group
Room B3-H13
1300 W. 120 Ave.
Westminster, CO 80234 USA
• E-mail, send your comments to:
document@avaya.com
• Fax, send your comments to:
1-303-538-1741
Ensure that you mention the name and number of this book, Avaya G350 Media Installation Guide,
555-245-104.
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Installation workflows
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Before you start
Read this chapter carefully before you begin the installation.
This chapter includes:
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Installation workflows
Gathering information
Unpacking
Site requirements
Required equipment
Installation workflows
You can use this guide to help perform any of the following:
• a full installation — in which the G350 is shipped to the customer site with no media modules
installed and not configured.
• a staging — in which you install media modules and have a supporting technician configure the
G350 before shipping it to the customer site.
• an installation of a staged G350 — in which you receive the G350 after staging. The G350 has the
media modules already installed and is already configured.
Full installation
If you are performing the entire installation at the customer site, work through the guide from beginning
to end. The workflow is as follows:
• Mount the G350, install the required media modules in the G350, install ground conductors, and
connect power to the G350 (Chapter 2, “Installing the Avaya G350 Media Gateway”).
• Prepare the G350 to be configured by a supporting technician (Chapter 3, “Preparing for
configuration”).
• Connect endpoint devices, such as telephones, LAN and WAN computers, to the G350 and
collaborate with a supporting technician who configures the G350 (Chapter 4, “Connecting
devices”).
• Test the installation and remove the installation equipment (Chapter 5, “After installation”).
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Before you start
Gathering information
Staging
If you are using this guide to take you through staging the G350, work through the guide as follows:
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Read Step 2: Install the media modules on page 23, and install the media modules in the G350
chassis.
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Read Step 4: Connect power to the G350 on page 31, and apply power to the G350.
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Disconnect from the G350 any external equipment used in the configuration and testing process.
Have the G350 configured and tested by a supporting technician. Do not connect a modem for the
configuration. Read Assisting an off-site configuration (staging) on page 41.
Disconnect power from the G350 and pack it up with the media modules installed.
Installation of a staged G350
If you receive the G350 after staging, pre-configured with the media modules already installed, work
through the guide as follows:
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Read Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis on page 19, and mount the G350 with the media modules
already installed.
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Read Step 4: Connect power to the G350 on page 31, and apply power to the G350.
Read Chapter 4, “Connecting devices” and connect devices to the G350.
Read Chapter 5, “After installation” and test the installation.
Gathering information
Before you begin the installation, read the planning documentation.
The planning documentation provides you with information about:
• What media modules you will be installing. Take note of whether or not you are installing an
S8300 Media Server module. The installation process is different depending on whether or not
you are installing an S8300.
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Which voice devices and data devices need to be connected to the G350.
Whom to contact on site about delivery, system questions, or network concerns.
Whom to contact at your home office in case of questions.
Whether you need a special pass or an escort.
How to gain entrance to the installation location if it is locked.
Where to install equipment.
Where to find a telephone near the installation location.
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Unpacking
Unpacking
The G350 chassis and accessories are shipped in a box. The package should contain the following items:
• One empty Avaya G350 Media Gateway chassis, with blanking plates over empty module slots.
• One accessories box, containing:
— One power cord. If the power cord provided does not have the correct plug configuration
needed in a particular country, see the power cord specifications in Appendix A,
“Technical specifications”.
— One flat RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable.
— One RJ-45 to DB-9 cable adapter.
— One RJ-45 to DB-25 cable adapter.
— Two standard mounting brackets.
— One mounting bracket with cable guides.
— One Supplementary Ground Conductor
— Nine 6-32 x 3/8 screws.
— One 8-32 x 5/16 screw.
— One washer.
— Four rubber feet.
• Documentation CD.
• Release notes.
Media modules for connecting voice and data devices and outside lines are packaged and shipped in
separate boxes. The Avaya Partner Contact Closure adjunct box, if ordered, is also packaged separately.
Before you begin the installation:
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Unpack the G350 and accessories.
Unpack each media module.
CAUTION:
Wear an anti-static wrist ground strap whenever handling components of an Avaya G350
Media Gateway. Connect the strap to an approved ground, such as an unpainted metal
surface.
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Check the contents of the packaging against the customer order.
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Verify that all necessary elements have been received and are in good condition. If there are
missing or damaged elements, contact the supporting technician for instructions. The planning
documentation will list contact information for the supporting technician and other key personnel.
Cross-check the customer order with the planning documentation you have been given. Media
modules, telephones and other equipment are listed on your planning and shipping
documentation. Placement for the media modules and other equipment are also indicated.
If you have any questions about the equipment order, or if the equipment has been damaged, contact your
supporting technician.
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Site requirements
Site requirements
Inspect the site before you begin the installation. Verify that the site requirements have been met for
adequate environmental conditions, power and grounding availability, safety, and security conditions. If
you find discrepancies between the specifications necessary for proper installation of equipment and the
conditions on site, contact your supporting technician before proceeding with the installation.
The G350 may be installed in a 19” rack, mounted on a wall, or placed on a sturdy table. Installation
instructions are provided in Chapter 2, “Installing the Avaya G350 Media Gateway”. The surrounding
temperature should be in the range 0-40 C. The humidity should not be higher than 95%.
Environmental Verification
Verify that temperatures and clearances are within the recommended technical parameters. Consult the
table of Technical Specifications in Appendix A, “Technical specifications”.
! WARNING:
Verify that temperature and clearance ranges are within tolerable limits. The thermal sensors may
shut down equipment if it is subjected to conditions beyond the recommended limits. Equipment
can be damaged if these restrictions are not respected.
Power Verification
Check that an adequate number of power outlets are available.Verify that the G350 Media Gateway and
the other equipment in the rack do not present a possible overcurrent or overload to the customer's branch
circuit and/or power distribution strip. Power requirements are listed in Appendix A, “Technical
specifications”.
! WARNING:
Do not overload the power circuit.
Grounding Verification
Ensure that the installation site has access to approved grounds and that either a trained technician or a
licensed electrician will be verifying all grounds and installing the Supplementary Ground Conductor
(consult Step 3: Attach ground conductors on page 27).
! WARNING:
Installation in a Restricted Access Location and secure access are required in Finland and Norway.
The G350 Media Gateway relies on two ground connections (mains plug with an earth contact and a
permanent Supplementary Ground Conductor). Because of unreliable earthing concerns in Finland,
Norway, and Sweden, the G350 Media Gateway must be installed in a Restricted Access Location
(RAL). An RAL is defined as an access that can be gained only by trained service personnel or customers
who have been instructed about the reasons for the restricted access and any safety precautions that must
be taken. In these cases, access to the G350 Media Gateway is gained by the use of a tool (such as a lock
and key) or other means of security.
If you have any questions about the safety conditions, contact your supporting technician. When you
have verified that the site is ready for a safe installation, proceed with the installation.
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Before you start
Required equipment
Required equipment
You need the following equipment to assist you in the installation:
• One loop start analog trunk for connecting a modem.
• A separate telephone line for speaking to the service technician.
You may also need some of the following equipment for mounting the G350:
• A Phillips screwdriver if rack mounting or wall mounting the G350.
• If you will mount the G350 to a flat wall: screws to fasten the G350 to the wall.
• If you will mount the G350 to a non-flat wall:
• A 415 x 465 mm plywood board, 20 mm (0.79 in) thick.
• Wood screws to fasten the G350 to plywood.
• Screws to fasten the plywood board to the wall.
If you are installing an S8300 media server in the G350, you also need:
• One USB modem. The recommended USB modem is Multitech MultiModemUSB MT5634ZBAUSB-V92.
• One USB CD-ROM drive.
• A laptop computer with internet browser.
If you are not installing an S8300 media server in the G350, you also need:
• A PC on the local network with a CD-ROM drive.
• A laptop computer running Windows XP or Windows 2000 and with a serial port recognized by
the operating system on the laptop. If the port is recognized, it is listed by the Device Manager.
• A modem to connect to the G350 to enable dial-in configuration. The recommended modem is the
Multitech MultiModemZBA MT5634ZBA-V-V92.
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Before you start
Required equipment
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Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
2
Installing the Avaya G350 Media
Gateway
This chapter describes the physical installation. Perform the following steps in order:
1
2
3
4
Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
Step 2: Install the media modules
Step 3: Attach ground conductors
Step 4: Connect power to the G350
The steps are described in the sections below.
When you have installed the chassis and media modules and connected the power, you can move on to
Chapter 4, “Connecting devices”, and connect external devices to the G350.
Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
Mount the G350 in one of the following scenarios:
• In a rack
• On a wall
• On a table
CAUTION:
When handling any components of an S8300 Media Server or G350 Media Gateway, wear
an anti-static wrist ground strap. Connect the strap to an approved ground such as an
unpainted metal surface.
Mounting the G350 in a rack
The G350 mounts in a standard 19-inch rack.
If the G350 is to be mounted in a rack, you can fasten the G350 to the rack either at the front of the G350
or at the middle. In either case, mounting brackets must be attached to the G350.
There are two types of mounting brackets provided with the G350:
• Without cable guides - two mounting brackets without cable guides are provided.
• With cable guides - one mounting bracket with cable guides is provided. This bracket provides
guides for electrical cables.
Mounting brackets without cable guides can be attached either to each side of the front of the G350 for
fastening the unit to the rack at the front or to the middle of each side panel of the G350 for fastening the
chassis to the rack at the middle.
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Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
Figure 1: Affixing a mounting bracket to the front of the G350
Figure 2: Attaching a mounting bracket to the middle of the G350
The mounting bracket with cable guides is useful for cable management. You can attach the mounting
bracket with cable guides to the front of the G350 at one side, as shown in the following figure. If you are
fastening the chassis to the rack at the front, use the mounting bracket with cable guides as one of the two
front brackets. If you are fastening the chassis to the rack at the middle, use the mounting bracket with
cable guides at the front of the chassis, in addition to the two regular mounting brackets on the sides of
the chassis. In this case, the mounting bracket with cable guides serves for cable management only —
you do not fasten it to the rack.
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Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
Figure 3: Attaching a mounting bracket with cable guides
To attach each mounting bracket to the G350:
1
2
3
Position a bracket over the desired mounting position.
Affix the bracket to the chassis with three of the nine 6-32 x 3/8 screws provided.
Tighten with the screwdriver.
The G350 is held in place by mounting screws through the two mounting ears. To avoid balancing
problems and cabling complications, the racks should be filled from the bottom; that is, mount units in
the lower positions first.
Before mounting the G350, check for the following:
• Ensure that the rack is bolted to the floor and is earthquake-protected, if required. If the rack is not
securely fixed in place, do not proceed with the installation.
• If the G350 is being mounted in a rack with other equipment already installed, the G350 must be
positioned to avoid imbalance.
• The G350 is shipped with 3 sets of four mounting screws. Choose the set of screws that match the
screw holes in the rack being used.
• The G350 weighs 22.5 pounds (10 kg) empty and between 33 and 35 pounds (between 15 and
16 kg) when equipped with media modules. Two people may be needed to mount the G350 Media
Gateway in the rack.
To mount the G350 in the rack:
1
2
3
4
5
Position the G350 in the rack. Ensure that there is adequate ventilation.
Verify that the screw holes are aligned with the rack hole positions.
Insert two mounting screws on each side.
Tighten the mounting screws. Avoid overtightening.
Verify that ventilation vents are not obstructed.
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Step 1: Mount the G350 chassis
At this point, you have mounted the G350 chassis in the rack and are ready to insert media modules as
required in the planning documentation.
Mounting the G350 on a wall
To mount the G350 on a wall, use the two mounting brackets without cable guides. If the wall is flat, you
can screw the G350 directly to the wall. If the wall is not flat, screw a plywood board (415 x 465 mm, 20
mm thick) to the wall with wood screws, and fasten the G350 to the board.
To affix brackets to the G350 for wall mounting:
1
Affix a bracket to each side of the G350, as shown in the figure below.
Placing the G350 on a table
If you will be installing the G350 as a tabletop unit, you need to affix the provided four rubber feet to the
underside of the G350.
To affix the feet:
1
2
3
4
22
Remove the four feet from their packaging.
Turn the G350 upside down.
Position each foot into one of the mounting sites, near each corner of the chassis.
Press the plastic rivet into the foot with a stylus until it is firmly seated on the chassis.
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Step 2: Install the media modules
Step 2: Install the media modules
When the G350 chassis is installed, you can insert the media modules. Each module is shipped with two
thumb screws for securing the position of the module in the G350 chassis.
Before inserting media modules into the G350 chassis, make sure:
• not to install an unsupported combination of media modules. See Inserting the S8300 Media
Server module on page 25
• to allocate a permissible slot to each media module. See Combination limitations on page 23.
To install an S8300 media module, see Inserting the S8300 Media Server module on page 25.
To install each of the other media modules, see Inserting media modules on page 26.
! WARNING:
The Avaya G350 Media Gateway must not be operated with any open slots. Failure to cover empty
slots with the supplied blank plates can cause overheating due to inadequate air distribution.
Combination limitations
The following combinations of media modules are not supported by the G350:
• More than one MM710 media module.
• More than two of the following voice media modules in any combination: MM711, MM720,
MM714, or MM722.
• More than two of the following WAN media modules in any combination: MM340 or MM342.
• An MM712 media module with an MM312 media module.
CAUTION:
Do not install an unsupported combination of media modules in the G350. Installation of
an unsupported media module combination could result in malfunction.
Allocating slots
You insert media modules into the slots marked V1, V2, ..., V5, and V6 on the G350 front panel, shown
in Figure 4 below.
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Step 2: Install the media modules
Figure 4: The G350 front panel ports and slots
Table 1, Permitted slots for media modules, on page 24 describes which media modules can be inserted
into which slots:
Table 1: Permitted slots for media modules
Media module
Permitted slots
Description
MM312
V6
Provides 24 ports for connecting DCP telephones.
MM314
V6
Provides one Gigabit Ethernet port and 24 10/100
Ethernet ports for connecting data devices. The 24
10/100 Ethernet ports can provide power to
connected devices using Power over Ethernet (PoE).
MM340
V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides one E1/T1 WAN port for connecting to a
WAN endpoint device.
MM342
V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides one USP WAN port for connecting to a
WAN endpoint device.
MM710
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides one E1/T1 trunk port for connecting an
E1/T1 telephone trunk.
MM711
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides eight universal analog ports for connecting
analog telephones or trunks.
MM712
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides eight ports for connecting DCP telephones.
MM714
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides four analog ports for analog telephones and
four analog ports for analog trunks.
MM720
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides eight ports for connecting ISDN trunks.
MM722
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5
Provides two ports for connecting ISDN trunks.
S8300
V1
Media Server
Allocate a slot for the media module. Make sure your slot allocations allow a permissible slot for every
media module.
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Step 2: Install the media modules
Inserting the S8300 Media Server module
CAUTION:
Hold media modules only by the edges to avoid damage from static electricity. Do not
touch the top or bottom of the circuit board. If possible, wear a wrist-strap and use an antistatic bag.
CAUTION:
The connector pins can be bent or damaged if the module is handled roughly, or if
misaligned and then forced into position.
CAUTION:
Separate ESD paths to the chassis ground connect to the media modules at the springloaded captive screws. Use a screw driver to ensure the captive screws are securely
tightened to prevent damage to the equipment.
The S8300 can only be inserted in slot V1 on the left side of the G350 Media Gateway.
To insert the S8300 Media Server module
1
Remove the plate between slots V1 and V2, labelled “Remove before removing or inserting
S8300 module.”
2
3
Remove the blank plate from slot V1.
4
Slide the S8300 module slowly into the chassis, maintaining an even pressure to assure that the
module does not become twisted or disengaged from the guides.
Position the media module squarely before the V1 bay opening and engage both sides of the
module in the interior guides.
Figure 5: Inserting the S8300 media server module.
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Step 2: Install the media modules
5
Apply firm pressure to engage the connectors.
The connector has different length pins. The long pins will engage first to provide grounding.
Medium length and short pins will provide power and signal.
6
Lock the S8300 Media Server module into the chassis by tightening the spring-loaded captive
screws on the front of the module.
7
Replace the plate labelled “Remove before removing or inserting S8300 module” between slots
V1 and V2, and tighten the screws on the front of the plate.
! DANGER:
To prevent access to electrical hazards by unauthorized personnel and to ensure
continued compliance to radiated emissions requirements, all captive screws must be
securely tightened such that they cannot be loosened without the use of a tool.
Inserting media modules
After you have inserted the S8300 Media Server module, if applicable, insert the rest of the media
modules. Make sure to insert each module in a permissible slot. For information about which slots to
allocate to which modules, see Allocating slots on page 23.
CAUTION:
Hold media modules only by the edges to avoid damage from static electricity. Do not
touch the top or bottom of the circuit board. If possible, wear a wrist-strap and use an antistatic bag.
CAUTION:
The connector pins can be bent or damaged if the module is handled roughly, or if
misaligned and then forced into position.
CAUTION:
Separate ESD paths to the chassis ground connect to the media modules at the springloaded captive screws. Use a screw driver to ensure the captive screws are securely
tightened to prevent damage to the equipment.
To insert a media module:
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1
2
Remove the blank plate from the empty bay.
3
Slide the module slowly into the chassis, maintaining an even pressure to assure that the module
does not become twisted or disengaged from the guides.
Position the media module squarely before the selected bay on the front of the G350 chassis and
engage both sides of the module in the interior guides.
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Step 3: Attach ground conductors
Figure 6: Inserting a media module
4
Apply firm pressure to engage the connectors.
The media module connector has different length pins. The long pins will engage first to provide
grounding. Medium length and short pins will provide power and signal.
5
Lock the media module into the chassis by tightening the spring-loaded captive screws on the
front of the module.
! DANGER:
To prevent access to electrical hazards by unauthorized personnel and to ensure
continued compliance to international radiated emissions requirements, all captive
screws must be securely tightened such that they cannot be loosened without the use
of a tool.
! WARNING:
After you have connected telephones to the various media modules, be sure to add circuit
protection to the lines (See Step 4: Install circuit protection on page 49).
Step 3: Attach ground conductors
To assure safe installation and operation, carefully read all requirements, recommendations and
instructions. Pay special attention to all CAUTION, WARNING, and DANGER statements.
! WARNING:
System grounding must comply with the general rules for grounding provided in Article 250 of the
National Electrical Code (NEC), National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 70, or the applicable
electrical code in the country of installation.
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Step 3: Attach ground conductors
General grounding requirements
Two safety grounds are required to ensure safe operation of the G350 Media Gateway: the ground
conductor that is part of the AC power cord and the field-installed green/yellow conductor referred to as
the Supplementary Ground Conductor. Both safety grounds must be connected to an approved ground. If
a power cord accompanies the G350, use that cord whenever possible.
The customer must select a location for the G350 Media Gateway installation that is no more than 50 feet
(15 m) from an approved ground. If this location requirement is not met, the customer must contact a
licensed electrician to install a Supplementary Ground Conductor per Article 250 of the National
Electrical Code (NEC).
! WARNING:
If the installation location is greater than 50 feet (15 m) from an approved ground, do not install the
Avaya G350 Media Gateway until a licensed electrician is present to install a Supplementary
Ground Conductor.
A 55-foot (16-m) Supplementary Ground Conductor is provided with the equipment, and is constructed
of 10 AWG (4.0 mm2) wire, with an insulated ring terminal crimped to one end that is suitable for the #8
(M4) stud/screw on the rear of the G350 chassis.
The customer will need to provide a means of connecting this Supplementary Ground Conductor to an
approved ground according to Article 250 of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
A ground block is available for use when multiple G350 Media Gateways are being installed. The ground
block, intended for rack mounting, has ten terminals available for terminating Supplementary Ground
Conductors. Up to ten G350 Media Gateways can be grounded at the block installed close to the
equipment (on a rack) and then a single ground conductor can be routed from the same block to an
approved ground. If the ground block is to be used, it must be ordered separately.
! DANGER:
Failure to install both grounds will void the Product Safety certifications (UL and the
CE Mark) on the product, as well as allow a hazard to be present that could result in
death or severe personal injury.
In Finland and Norway, the G350 Media Gateway must be installed in a restricted access location, due to
unreliable earthing concerns. A restricted access location is defined as access that can be gained by only
Service Personnel or Customers who have been instructed about the reasons for the restricted access and
any safety precautions that must be taken. In these cases, access to the G350 is gained by the use of a tool
(such as a lock and key) or other means of security.
! WARNING:
For installations in Finland and Norway, the Avaya G350 Media Gateway relies on two ground
connections (mains plug with an earth contact, and a Supplementary Ground Conductor).
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Step 3: Attach ground conductors
Approved grounds
An approved ground is the closest acceptable medium for grounding the building entrance protector,
entrance cable shield, or a single-point ground of electronic telephony equipment. If more than one type
of approved ground is available on the premises, the grounds must be bonded together as required in
Section 250-81 of the NEC for the US or per the local electrical code regulations in the country of
installation.
•
Grounded Building Steel: The metal frame of the building where it is effectively grounded by one
of the following grounds: acceptable metallic water pipe, concrete encased ground, or a ground
ring.
• Acceptable Water Pipe: A metal underground water pipe, at least 1/2-in. (1.3 cm) in diameter, in
direct contact with the earth for at least 10 ft. (3m). The pipe must be electrically continuous (or
made electrically continuous by bonding around insulated joints, plastic pipe, or plastic water
meters) to the point where the protector ground wire connects. A metallic underground water pipe
must be supplemented by the metal frame of the building, a concrete-encased ground, or a ground
ring. If these grounds are not available, the water pipe ground can be supplemented by one of the
following types of grounds:
— Other local metal underground systems or structures - Local underground structures such
as tanks and piping systems.
— Rod and pipe electrodes - A 5/8-in. (1.6 cm) solid rod or 3/4-in. (2 cm) conduit or pipe
electrode driven to a minimum depth of 8 ft. (2.4 m).
— Plate electrodes - Must have a minimum of 2 sq. ft. (0.185 sq. m) of metallic surface
exposed to the exterior soil.
• Concrete Encased Ground: An electrode encased by at least 2 in. (5.1 cm) of concrete and located
within and near the bottom of a concrete foundation or footing in direct contact with the earth.
The electrode must be at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of one or more steel reinforcing bars or rods, 1/2-in.
(1.3 cm) in diameter, or at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of bare solid copper, 4 AWG (26 mm2) wire.
• Ground Ring: A buried ground that encircles a building or structure at a depth of at least 2.5 ft
(0.76 m) below the earth’s surface. The ground ring must be at least 20 ft. (6.1 m) of 2 AWG
(35 mm2), bare copper wire.
• Approved Floor Grounds: Floor grounds are those grounds on each floor of a high-rise building
that are suitable for connection to the ground terminal in the riser closet and to the cabinet singlepoint ground terminal. Approved floor grounds may include the following:
— Building steel
— The grounding conductor for the secondary side of the power transformer feeding the
floor
— Metallic water pipes.
— Power-feed metallic conduit supplying panel boards on the floor.
— A grounding point specifically provided in the building for that purpose.
! WARNING:
If the approved ground or approved floor ground can only be accessed inside a dedicated power
equipment room, then connections to this ground must be made by a licensed electrician.
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Step 3: Attach ground conductors
Connect the safety ground
Proper grounding of the G350 Media Gateway installation safeguards the system, users and service
personnel by providing protection from lightning, power surges, AC mains faults, power crosses on
central office trunks, and electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Local electrical installation codes must be followed when installing the G350.
! DANGER:
Connection of both grounds (through the AC Power Cord and the Supplementary
Ground Conductor) is required for safe operation of the G350 Media Gateway.
! WARNING:
An improper ground can cause electrical shock as well as equipment failures and service outages.
To attach the ground wires:
1
2
3
Remove the ground screw on the rear of the chassis adjacent to the ground symbol.
Place the ring terminal of the 10 AWG (4.0 mm2) Supplementary Ground Conductor on the screw.
Replace the ground screw to the chassis and securely tighten the screw such that it cannot be
loosened without the use of a tool.
If the ground block has been purchased: The ground block is provided for use with more than
one G350 in the rack. It is usually mounted by the customer electrician.
4
Cut the Supplementary Ground Conductor (which has one end attached to the grounding screw on
the chassis) to the length needed to terminate it into one of the terminals of the ground block. Do
not coil the Supplementary Ground Conductor.
5
Attach one end of the remaining 10 AWG (4 mm2) ground wire to one of the terminals in the
ground block and the other end to an approved ground.
6
Cut this ground wire to the length needed to reach the approved ground. Do not coil this wire.
If the ground block is not being used, simply:
1
2
Attach the Supplementary Ground Conductor to an approved ground.
Connect the AC power cable to the inlet receptacle on the rear of the chassis.
You have now mounted the fully equipped G350 Media Gateway and connected to electrical ground
conductors. You are now ready to connect power.
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Step 4: Connect power to the G350
Step 4: Connect power to the G350
After you have mounted the G350, installed the media modules, and attached grounding conductors, you
can connect power to the G350.
To connect power to the G350:
1
2
Connect the power cable to the power connector on the G350 back panel.
Plug the power cable into a mains socket. The G350 is now powered. The PWR LED on the front
panel lights. The CPU LED lights up if the firmware is running. At least one LED on each media
module lights up initially and then goes off after about 20 seconds.
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Preparing for configuration
Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
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Preparing for configuration
The configuration of the G350 will be performed by one or more supporting technicians either remotely
or on-site. This chapter explains what preparations to make so that the supporting technicians can
configure the G350.
NOTE:
If you received the G350 with the media modules pre-installed, the G350 is already
configured, and you should skip this chapter.
When you have mounted the G350 and inserted the media modules, you are ready to connect endpoint
devices to the front panel ports. Before you connect devices, make the preparations described in this
chapter to enable the supporting technician to access the G350 for configuration. The supporting
technician can start to configure the G350 while you connect devices.
NOTE:
If you are staging the G350 before taking it to the customer site, do not connect endpoint
devices unless the supporting technician requests you to do so to assist the configuration.
The supporting technician will need to connect some devices to test endpoints.
When you have completed the preparations described in this chapter, contact the supporting technician to
help establish configuration access. Be prepared to assist the supporting technician throughout the
configuration. For information about how you might need to assist in the configuration, see Step 2: Assist
the configuration on page 40. While the supporting technician is configuring the G350, you can connect
endpoint devices to the G350. For information about connecting devices to the front panel ports of the
G350, see Chapter 4, “Connecting devices”. The supporting technician will need you to connect the
endpoint devices so that he can test the configuration.
Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
If the configuration will be done on-site, no preparations are necessary. You will need to assist the
supporting technician throughout the configuration (see Assisting an on-site configuration on page 40).
If you are having the G350 staged, skip to Assisting an off-site configuration (staging) on page 41.
If the configuration will be done either remotely, or partly remotely and partly on-site, you need to
prepare certain equipment for use in the configuration process.
NOTE:
If a supporting technician who will be performing part of the configuration is coming to
do so on-site, that technician might do these preparations.
The preparations are different depending on whether or not you installed an S8300 in the G350. See one
of the following sections below:
• Preparing a G350 without an S8300 for configuration
• Preparing a G350 with an S8300 for configuration
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Preparing for configuration
Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
Preparing a G350 without an S8300 for
configuration
If some of the configuration will be done on-site and some remotely, the supporting technician will
perform the local configuration and set up the G350 for the remote configuration. You will need to assist
the technician (see Assisting a combined remote and on-site configuration on page 40).
If all the configuration will be done remotely (see Step 2: Assist the configuration on page 40), you need
to enable a modem on the CON port of the G350 and connect the modem, as follows:
1
Prepare a PC with a CD-ROM drive and a TFTP server on the network. This may be needed for
installing software and firmware upgrades.
NOTE:
When uploading firmware from the S8300 using TFTP, you may need to enable TFTP
service in the Set LAN Security parameters of your web server.
NOTE:
Firmware upgrades for the G350 and media modules can either be installed from CD or
downloaded from the Web.
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2
Download GIW (Gateway Installation Wizard) from the Avaya website
(support.avaya.com/avayaiw) to the laptop computer. The laptop should be running Windows
2000 or Windows XP to support GIW.
3
4
5
6
Plug one end of the provided flat RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable into the provided DB-9 adapter.
Plug the RJ-45 connector at the other end of the cable into the CON port of the G350.
Plug the DB-9 end of the flat cable into the COM port of the laptop computer.
From your laptop computer, double-click the GIW icon to run GIW. The opening screen appears:
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Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
7
Click Continue. The COM Port Selection screen appears:
8
9
Select the COM port on the laptop that you are using to connect to the G350.
Click Continue. The Configure the Modem screen appears:
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Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
10
Select Enable the modem and continue the installation remotely. The Connect Modem screen
appears:
11
12
13
14
15
Click Finish.
Connect a serial modem to a working telephone line.
Connect the provided DB-25 adapter to the modem.
Disconnect the flat cable from the COM port of the laptop computer.
Connect the flat cable to the DB-25 connector on the modem.
The G350 is now prepared for remote configuration via the modem. See Step 2: Assist the configuration
on page 40) for information about how you will need to assist the supporting technician to configure the
G350 from a remote location.
Preparing a G350 with an S8300 for
configuration
If you installed an S8300 in the G350 and all the configuration will be done on-site, the G350 is ready for
the supporting technician to set up the G350 for configuration and perform the configuration. You will
need to assist the technician (see Assisting an on-site configuration on page 40).
If you installed an S8300 in the G350, and some or all of the configuration will be done remotely (see
Step 2: Assist the configuration on page 40) prepare for configuration as follows:
1
2
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Connect and enable the USB modem. See Connecting the USB modem on page 37.
If the supporting technician requires a USB CD-ROM drive to download software upgrades,
connect the USB CD-ROM drive to the remaining available USB port on the S8300 module.
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Preparing for configuration
Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
The G350 is now prepared for remote configuration via the USB modem. See Step 2: Assist the
configuration on page 40) for information about how you will need to assist the supporting technician to
configure the G350 from a remote location.
Connecting the USB modem
If your installation includes an S8300 Media Server module, you need to connect the USB modem to the
S8300. After the G350 is configured, you can leave the modem permanently connected to enable the
S8300 to report alarms to remote locations.
To connect and enable the modem:
1
2
3
4
Connect the USB modem to a working telephone line.
Connect the modem to one of the USB ports on the S8300 module.
Connect the laptop computer to the Services port on the S8300 module.
Configure the network settings on the laptop to the following settings:
— TCP/IP properties. Set the laptop's TCP/IP properties as follows:
• IP address: 192.11.13.5
• Subnet mask: 255.255.255.252
• DNS Configuration: Disable DNS
— Browser settings. Configure the browser for a direct connection to the Internet. Do not use
proxies.
The names of the dialog boxes and buttons vary on different operating systems and browser
releases. Use your computer's help system if needed to locate the correct place to enter this
information.
5
Enable the modem as follows:
a Open the browser on the laptop.
b Browse to 192.11.13.6. The Avaya web pages logon screen appears.
c Enter your S8300 initial entry username in the Logon ID box.
d Press OK. A Password box appears.
e Enter your password in the password box.
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Preparing for configuration
Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
f Press Logon. The following menu appears:
g Select Launch Maintenance Web Interface. The following screen appears, with the menu
in the left panel:
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Step 1: Prepare configuration equipment
h Under the Security heading in the left panel, select Enable/Disable Modem. The
Enable/Disable Modem
i Select Enable modem for unlimited incoming calls.
The modem is now connected and enabled.
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Preparing for configuration
Step 2: Assist the configuration
Step 2: Assist the configuration
The configuration may be done in any of the following ways:
• Remotely: both your telephone and data services are configured by a remote technician.
• On-site: a technician comes to your site and configures both your telephone and data services onsite.
• Combined: a technician comes to your site to configure your telephone services. A remote
technician configures your data services.
• Off-site: a technician configures the G350 before you bring it to the customer site.
The sections below describe how you will need to assist in each type of configuration.
Assisting a remote configuration
Connect the endpoint devices to the G350 while the supporting technicians perform the configurations.
Keep in contact with the supporting technician to tell the supporting technician which devices you
connect to which ports. The supporting technician will need the devices connected in order to test all the
endpoints.
The remote supporting technician will use your modem connection to access the G350 and perform all
configuration tasks. Note the number of the telephone line to which you connect the modem, so that you
can provide the number to the technician.
Certain software upgrades may need to be done by you on-site using your CD-ROM drive. In the event of
a network disconnection, the supporting technician could ask you to use your laptop to restore the
connection.
Assisting an on-site configuration
Connect the endpoint devices to the G350 while the supporting technician performs the configuration. As
you connect devices to the G350, tell the supporting technician which devices are connected to which
ports. The supporting technician will need the devices connected in order to test all the endpoints.
The on-site supporting technician may use your laptop computer to configure your telephone services.
Assisting a combined remote and on-site
configuration
Connect the endpoint devices to the G350 while the supporting technicians perform the configurations.
As you connect devices to the G350, tell the supporting technicians which devices are connected to which
ports. The supporting technicians will need the devices connected in order to test all the endpoints.
The remote supporting technician will use your modem connection to access the G350 and configure
your data services. Note the telephone number of the line to which you connect the modem, so that you
can provide the number to the technician.
The on-site supporting technician may use your laptop computer to configure your telephone services.
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Step 2: Assist the configuration
Assisting an off-site configuration (staging)
The supporting technician will need to connect some devices to test endpoints. Do not connect endpoint
devices unless the supporting technician requests you to do so.
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Step 2: Assist the configuration
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Connecting devices
Step 1: Connect the network
4
Connecting devices
This chapter describes how to connect all external endpoint devices to the G350. Devices can be
connected to the ports on the front panels of the installed media modules and to the fixed front panel
ports.
Before you connect endpoint devices, the G350 should be mounted, all media modules should be
inserted.
Perform the following steps in order, skipping any devices that you are not installing:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Step 1: Connect the network
Step 2: Connect IP telephones
Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
Step 4: Install circuit protection
Step 5: Connect to the Wide Area Network (WAN)
Step 6: Install the Coupled Bonding Conductor
Step 7: Install the Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct
The steps are described in the sections below.
As you connect devices, keep a record of the slots and ports into which specific devices are connected.
You will need to provide this information to the technician who configures the G350. If your planning
documentation specifies which devices should be connected to which ports, follow those instructions.
! WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, use only 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cords when installing
telephones or adjuncts.
! WARNING:
Attention: Pour réduire les risques d’incendie, utiliser uniquement des conductors de
télécommmunications 26 AWG ou de section supérieure.
Step 1: Connect the network
The G350 can provide network switching and also supports the connection of switches. Therefore,
depending on the number of devices on your network, you may need to connect any of the following
devices:
• One or more LAN switches.
• The network data ports in the office.
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Step 2: Connect IP telephones
You can connect either a LAN switch or a network data port, via a network cable, to any of the following:
• The ETH LAN port on the G350 front panel.
• The Gigabit Ethernet port on an MM314 media module.
• One of the 24 10/100 Ethernet ports on an MM314 media module.
Therefore, if you do not have an MM314 media module installed:
1
2
Connect a LAN switch to ETH LAN.
Connect all your data devices to the LAN switch.
If you have an MM314 media module installed, note that:
• The 10/100 Ethernet ports on the MM314 media module can be configured to provide Power over
Ethernet (PoE) to data devices. Any data device that you want to be powered through the G350
must be connected to a network data port that is directly connected to one of the 24 10/100
Ethernet ports on the MM314 media module.
Therefore, when connecting a LAN switch:
• Prefer the ETH LAN port on the chassis front panel and the Gigabit Ethernet port on the MM314
media module over the 10/100 Ethernet ports on the MM314 media module. Reserve 10/100
Ethernet ports to devices, such as IP phones, that need to be powered through the G350.
Figure 7: The MM314 media module
Step 2: Connect IP telephones
This section describes how to connect IP telephones to the G350.
To connect an IP telephone:
44
1
Wire a telephone port to a LAN port on the G350. If the IP telephone will be powered through the
G350, make sure you use a 10/100 Ethernet port on an MM314 Media Module installed in slot V6
of the G350. In this case, you do not need to plug the IP telephone into a power supply.
2
3
4
Plug the telephone into the telephone port.
If the IP telephone will be powered independently, plug the IP telephone into a power supply.
Check that the IP phone is powered up.
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Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
This section describes how to connect analog and DCP telephones and analog and T1/E1 trunks to the
G350.
Connecting an analog telephone
This section explains how to connect an analog telephone.
To connect an analog telephone:
1
Wire a telephone port to one of the following analog ports:
— An analog telephone port on an MM711 or MM714 media module.
— One of the two fixed LINE ports on the G350 front panel.
2
Plug the analog telephone into the telephone port.
NOTE:
The leftmost LINE analog telephone port on the G350 front panel forms a mechanical
analog relay with the TRUNK port next to it. This relay can be configured to provide
emergency transferred telephone service in the case of a power outage or disconnection
from an external media server. Therefore, the analog telephone connected to LINE is
usually installed for this emergency purpose. Regular analog telephones on the network
are usually connected to other analog ports.
Figure 8: The MM711 media module
Figure 9: The MM714 media module
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Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
Connecting a DCP telephone
This section explains how to connect a DCP telephone.
! WARNING:
The ports on the DCP media modules are intended for in-building use only. Phone lines connected
to these ports are not to be routed out-of-building. Failure to comply with this could cause harm to
personnel and equipment.
To connect a DCP telephone:
1
Wire a telephone port to a DCP port on the G350. The following media modules provide DCP
telephone ports:
— MM312 — 24 DCP ports.
— MM712 — 8 DCP ports.
2
Plug the DCP telephone into the telephone port.
Figure 10: The MM312 media module
Figure 11: The MM712 media module
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Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
Connecting an analog trunk
To connect an analog trunk:
1
Connect the trunk to one of the following ports:
— An analog trunk port on an MM711 or MM714 media module.
— The TRUNK port on the G350 front panel.
NOTE:
The TRUNK analog telephone port on the G350 front panel forms a mechanical analog
relay with the LINE port next to it. This relay can be configured to provide emergency
transferred telephone service in the case of a power outage or disconnection from an
external media server. The TRUNK port is usually used in this emergency scenario to
channel all incoming calls to LINE and to send all outgoing calls from LINE to an outside
line.
Connecting an E1/T1 trunk
To connect an E1/T1 trunk:
1
Connect the trunk cable to the E1/T1 port on an MM710 media module. The SIG LED lights.
Figure 12: The MM710 media module
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Step 3: Connect non-IP telephones and trunks
Connecting an ISDN BRI trunk
To connect an ISDN BRI trunk:
1
Connect the trunk to any ISDN port on an MM720 or MM722 media module.
NOTE:
In the US, you need to connect a separately purchased NT1 device to each ISDN port you
use to connect an ISDN BRI trunk.
Figure 13: The MM720 media module
Figure 14: The MM722 media module
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Connecting devices
Step 4: Install circuit protection
Step 4: Install circuit protection
Over-voltage and sneak fuse protection measures are necessary for the safe operation of the G350 Media
Gateway system.
Over-Voltage and Sneak-Current Protection
Out-of-building installations of telephones or other standard (tip/ring) devices/terminals that connect to
the Avaya G350 Media Gateway Media Modules require over-voltage and sneak current protection at
both building entry points. Sneak current protectors must have a maximum of 350 mA and a minimum
voltage rating of 600V. The following devices have been evaluated or tested and approved to protect the
Media Modules from over-voltages and sneak current protection:
• Avaya MM712 DCP: either 146E IROB (In-Range Out-of-Building) or 4C3S-75 solid state
protectors for surge and sneak current.
• Avaya MM710 T1/E1: over-voltage and sneak protection for the Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media
Module is provided on the Media Module itself.
• Avaya MM711 Analog: analog trunks use the 507B or 110-SCP-9 sneak current protectors. Overvoltage protection is normally provided by the local telephone company. Analog voice terminals
use one of the following types of combined over-voltage and sneak current protection:
— Gas tube with heat coil: 4B1E-W
— Solid state with heat coil: 4C1S
— IROB: 146C (4-lines) or 146F (25-lines)
! WARNING:
Only service-trained personnel are to install these circuit protection devices.
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Step 5: Connect to the Wide Area Network (WAN)
Step 5: Connect to the Wide Area Network (WAN)
Since the G350 contains an internal router, you can connect the G350 directly to a WAN endpoint device.
You can also connect a WAN endpoint device to the G350 via an external router.
Connecting the G350 to the WAN
To connect the WAN to the G350:
1
Connect the WAN endpoint device to one of the following WAN ports on the G350:
— The ETH WAN port on the G350 front panel.
Use a CAT5 Ethernet cable for this connnection.
— The USP port on an MM342 media module.
Use one of the following cables for this connection, depending on the protocol being used:
• Avaya Serial Cable DTE V.35
• Avaya Serial Cable DTE X.21
— The E1/T1 port on an MM340 media module.
Use an unshielded twisted pair cable, straight or crossover, depending on what equipment
you are connecting to.
Check that the green LED lights on the ETH WAN port or that the CON LED lights on the
MM342 or MM340 module.
2
If you are using an MM340 or MM342 module, tell the supporting technician that the module is
now ready to configure.
NOTE:
To connect a VPN or DSL modem, use the ETH WAN port on the G350 front panel.
Figure 15: The MM340 media module
Figure 16: The MM342 media module
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Step 6: Install the Coupled Bonding Conductor
Connecting an external router to the G350
You can connect a router to any of the following ports on the G350:
•
•
•
•
the ETH WAN port on the G350 front panel.
the ETH LAN port on the G350 front panel.
the Gigabit Ethernet port on an MM314 media module.
one of the 24 10/100 Ethernet ports on an MM314 media module.
Step 6: Install the Coupled Bonding Conductor
The Coupled Bonding Conductor (CBC) provides mutual inductance coupling between the CBC and the
telephone cables that are exposed to lightning. The conductor can be a 10 AWG (4 mm2) wire tie wrapped
to the exposed cables, a metal cable shield around the exposed cables, or six spare pairs from the exposed
cable. In a high-rise building, connect the CBC to an approved building ground on each floor.
Before you begin, be sure the telephone lines are cross-connected to the appropriate media module(s).
To install the CBC
1
Connect one end of the conductor to a telephone cable building entrance protector ground that is
connected to an approved ground.
2
Route the rest of the conductor next to the exposed telephone cables being protected until they
reach the cross-connect nearest to the telephone system.
3
Terminate the other end to the single-point ground block provided for the telephone system.
NOTE:
Position the non-exposed telephone cables at least 12 in. (30.5 cm) away from exposed
telephone cables whenever possible.
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Step 7: Install the Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct
Step 7: Install the Avaya Partner Contact Closure
Adjunct
The Contact Closure feature is a controllable relay providing dry contacts for various applications. To
implement the contact closure feature, you connect an Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct box to the
CC port on the G350 chassis. The adjunct box provides two contact closures that can be operated in either
a “normally closed” or “normally open” state. The contact closures can control auxiliary devices such as
devices that automatically lock or unlock doors or voice recording units. The CC port can be configured
so that the connected devices can be controlled by an end device, such as a telephone. For example, a user
can unlock a door by keying a sequence into a telephone keypad.
To install the contact closure:
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1
Follow the installation instructions in the Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct Installation
Instructions leaflet to install the Contact Closure and connect the auxiliary devices that will be
activated and deactivated by the Contact Closure relays.
2
Note which device is connected to each relay. You will need to give this information to the
supporting technician for the configuration.
3
Connect the Avaya Partner Contact Closure adjunct box to the CC port on the G350 front panel.
Use a 24 gauge minimum telephone wire, no longer than 200 ft, with a standard RJ-11 connector.
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After installation
Step 1: Test the installation
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After installation
When the supporting technician has finished the remote configuration, perform the following steps:
• Step 1: Test the installation
• Step 2: Remove the installation equipment
These steps are described below.
Step 1: Test the installation
When the installation is complete, simple tests must be performed to test telephone and data connectivity.
The supporting technician will test your remote data connectivity for you.
Test local data connectivity on-site by checking that you can send an email between two PCs that are
connected to the G350.
You should test telephone connectivity from the site yourself. To test telephone connectivity, perform the
following tests:
• Test each telephone
• Test each trunk
• Perform Local Survivable Processor (LSP) Failover test if you have an S8300 installed as an LSP.
Testing telephones
To test a telephone:
1
Make outgoing calls from the telephone. Make sure you hear a dial tone when you pick up the
receiver. Make sure you can make both an internal (within the local network) and an external
(outside of the local network) call.
2
Make a call to the telephone from both within the network and outside of the network.
Testing trunks
To test a trunk:
1
Make outgoing calls from the trunk. Ask the service center technician for instructions how to
access the trunk. Make sure you can make both an internal (within the local network) and an
external (outside of the local network) call.
2
Make a call to the trunk.
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After installation
Step 2: Remove the installation equipment
LSP failover testing
If you have an S8300 media server module installed in the G350 and configured as an LSP, you need to
perform a test to make sure that the LSP takes over control of the G350 if the G350 becomes
disconnected from the remote media server. Work with the supporting technician to perform this test. The
test involves disconnecting from the remote media server and testing the telephones connected to the
G350.
Step 2: Remove the installation equipment
Remove all equipment that you used to assist you in the installation process. This may include:
•
•
•
•
The CD-ROM drive.
The software upgrade CDs.
The laptop computer.
The modem (for installations without an S8300 module only).
NOTE:
If you have an S8300 media server module installed in the G350, leave the modem
connected to enable reporting of alarms to remote locations.
The installation is now complete.
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Technical specifications
G350 Media Gateway specifications
A
Technical specifications
This appendix provides technical specifications for the G350 and for compatible power cords.
G350 Media Gateway specifications
The table of technical specifications provides detailed information on the physical dimensions and
tolerances of the G350 Media Gateway.
Table 2: G350 Media Gateway specifications
Description
Value
Height
5.25 in. (133.3 mm)
Width
19 in. (482.6 mm)
Depth
15.75 in. (400 mm)
Weight of empty chassis
9-10 kg
Ambient working temperature
0-40°C
Operation altitude
up to 2000 m
Front Clearance
12 in. (30 cm)
Rear Clearance
18 in. (45 cm)
Humidity
20-60% relative humidity
Power Cord Specifications
Following are specifications for power cords suitable for use with the G350:
For North America: The cordset must be UL Listed/CSA Certified, 16 AWG, 3-conductor (3rd wire
ground), type SJT. One end is to be terminated to an IEC 60320, sheet C13 type connector rated 10A,
250V. The other end is to be terminated to either a NEMA 5-15P attachment plug for nominal 125V
applications or a NEMA 6-15P attachment plug for nominal 250V applications.
For Outside North America: The cord must be VDE Certified or Harmonized (HAR), rated 250V, 3conductor (3rd wire ground), 1.0 mm2 minimum conductor size. The cord is to be terminated at one end
to a VDE Certified/CE Marked IEC 60320, sheet C13 type connector rated 10A, 250V and the other end
to a 3-conductor grounding type attachment plug rated at a minimum of 10A, 250V and a configuration
specific for the region/country in which it will be used. The attachment plug must bear the safety agency
certifications mark(s) for the region/country of installation.
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Power Cord Specifications
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Index
A
Index
A
After installation
overview, 53
testing the installation, 53
Analog telephone, connecting, 45
Analog trunk, connecting, 47
Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct, 52
B
Before installation
environmental verification, 16
grounding verification, 16
power verification, 16
read the planning docmentation, 14
required equipment, 17
site requirements, 16
unpacking, 15
Connecting devices, (continued)
DCP telephone, connecting, 46
E1/T1 trunk, connecting, 47
IP telephones, connecting, 44
ISDN trunk, connecting, 48
network, connecting, 43
non-IP telephones, connecting, 45
over-voltage protection devices, installing, 49
router, connecting, 51
sneak-current protection devices, installing, 49
trunks, connecting, 45
WAN endpoint device, connecting, 50
Coupled Bonding Conductor, 51
D
DCP telephone, connecting, 46
Devices, connecting
see Connecting devices, 43
E
C
CBC (Coupled Bonding Conductor), 51
Chassis
dimensions and weight, 55
installation
see G350 chassis installation, 19
Circuit protection, installing, 49
Clearance, front and rear, 55
Combined remote and on-site configuration,
assisting, 40
Configuration methods, 40
Configuration preparations
equipment, 33
introduction, 33
with an S8300, 36
without an S8300, 34
Configuration, assisting
combined remote and on-site configuration, 40
on-site configuration, 40, 41
overview, 40
remote configuration, 40
Connecing power to the G350, 31
Connecting devices
analog telephone, connecting, 45
analog trunk, connecting, 47
Avaya Partner Contact Closure Adjunct, installing, 52
circuit protection devices, installing, 49
connection order, 43
Coupled Bonding Conductor, installing, 51
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E1 trunk, connecting, 47
Equipment required for installation
gathering, 17
removing, 54
G
G350 chassis installation
overview, 19
rack mounting, 19
tabletop installation, 22
wall mounting, 22
G350 Media Gateway installation
attaching ground conductors, 27
connecting devices, 43
connecting power, 31
inserting the S8300 server module, 25
installing the chassis, 19
installing the media modules, 23
order of installation, 19
Ground conductors, attaching
approved grounds, 29
general requirements, 28
ground wires, attaching, 30
overview, 27
safety ground, connecting, 30
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Index
H
Guide
audience, 9
downloading from Web site, 9
latest version, downloading, 9
overview of contents, 9
related resources, 11
safety labels, 10
security alert labels, 10
sending comments on this guide, 12
typographial conventions, 10
MM312 media module,
MM314 media module,
MM340 media module,
MM342 media module,
MM710 media module,
MM711 media module,
MM712 media module,
MM714 media module,
MM720 media module,
MM722 media module,
H
N
Help
resources for technical assistance, 11
technical assistance within the US, 11
technical assistance worldwide, 11
Network data ports, connecting, 43
Network, connecting, 43
Non-IP telephones, connecting, 45
I
Inserting
media modules, 26
S8300 Media Server module, 25
Installation
before you start, 13
required equipment, 17
Installing the G350 chassis
see G350 chassis installation, 19
Installing the G350 Media Gateway
see G350 Media Gateway installation, 19
IP telephones, connecting, 44
ISDN trunk, connecting, 48
L
46
44
50
50
47
45
46
45
48
48
O
On-site configuration, assisting, 40, 41
Over-voltage protection, 49
P
Planning documentation, 14
Power connection of the G350, 31
Power cords
obtaining, 55
specifications, 55
R
LAN switches, connecting, 43
LSP failover testing, 54
Rack mounting the G350 chassis, 19
Remote configuration, assisting, 40
Router, connecting, 51
M
S
Media modules
inserting into G350 chassis, 26
installing, 23
MM312, 46
MM314, 44
MM340, 50
MM342, 50
MM710, 47
MM711, 45
MM712, 46
MM714, 45
MM720, 48
MM722, 48
S8300 Media Server
inserting into G350 chassis, 25
using in configuration preparation, 36
Safety labels, 10
Security alert labels, 10
Site requirements, 16
Sneak-current protection, 49
Specifications, technical, 55
Staging, 14
Switches, connecting, 43
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T
T
T1 trunk, connecting, 47
Tabletop installation of the G350 chassis, 22
Technical assistance, 11
Technical specifications, 55
chassis, 55
clearance, 55
Telephones
IP telephones, connecting, 44
non-IP telephones, connecting, 45
testing, 53
Testing LSP failover, 54
Testing the installation
overview, 53
telephones, 53
trunks, 53
Trunks
connecting, 45
testing, 53
U
Unpacking, 15
W
Wall mounting the G350 chassis, 22
WAN endpoint device, connecting, 50
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