Communication Server 1000E Upgrade Procedures

Communication Server 1000E Upgrade Procedures
Communication Server 1000E
Software Upgrades
Avaya Communication Server 1000
Release 7.5
Document Status: Standard
Document Version: 05.05
Document Number: NN43041-458
Date: April 2012
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Contents
List of procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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New in this release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer information questionnaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High level view of tasks and sequence for an upgrade . . . . . . . . . .
Site Specific Specification Work Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
There have been no other updates to the feature descriptions in this
document. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Revision History .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Subject .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Applicable systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Intended audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Conventions .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Related information .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Avaya Communication Server 1000 task flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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References in preparation for an upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CS 1000 Release 7.5 software upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Backwards/forwards compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MG 1000T upgrade and migration options .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option 2 (recommended) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Conversion and mapping information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cabinet or Chassis to IPMG mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TN mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XNET and XPEC conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TTY conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tone Receiver Conversion .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conference and Tone Generator conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IPMG Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DSP Resources for IPMGs .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleted information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Campus Redundancy (High Availability) Package Support .. . . . . . . .
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Additional factors for consideration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SSC Security Device (dongle) considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NARS/BARS/Trunking Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media Gateway considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NRS considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signaling Server considerations .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELAN, TLAN and IP considerations .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Estimating installation time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Administration tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Element Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Time Protocol (NTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading the Signaling Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Recorded Announcement and Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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H.323 Gatekeeper database migration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Passwords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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First steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Things to know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 product compatibility .
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Software requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Keycodes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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What to have ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer information questionnaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Readiness checklist .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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First steps .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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High level view of tasks and sequence for an upgrade
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Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Site specific network parameters and system element
configuration settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server . . .
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Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supported configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Co-res CS and SS based CS 1000E system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Co-res CS and SS based Branch Office Media Gateway . . . . . . . . .
Communication Server 1000E TDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High Availability (HA) support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Co-res CS and SS upgrade paths .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CP PM upgrade kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CP PM media storage .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CP MG, CP DC, and COTS2 media storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Software applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Element Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading Call Server software
(CP PIV, CP PM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
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Introduction .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Software pre-conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preparing for the upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrade Checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-upgrade checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-upgrade checklists for Geographic Redundant Survivable sites .
Making a bootable RMD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing site data .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performing a template audit .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Backing up the database (CP PIV and CP PM data dump) . . . . . . .
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Performing the upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reviewing upgrade requirements .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Install Kits .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Splitting the Call Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrading to CS 1000E Release 7.5 (CP PIV or CP PM) .. . . . . . .
Verifying the upgraded database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reconfiguring I/O parameters and call registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching call processing to Call Server 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware .. . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrading the software on Call Server 0 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making the system redundant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Register the Call Server to the security domain .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Logoff and login to the Call Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Completing the upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Testing the Call Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching call processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading Voice Gateway Media Cards . . . . . . . . 163
Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Things to know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gateway Controller loadware .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Task summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Verify current loadware versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Determine Voice Gateway Media Card loadware version . . . . . . . .
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Obtain and upload loadware files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrade loadware using a Software Delivery card .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading the Signaling Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Taskflow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supported hardware .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IP subnet configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ISP1100 migration .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading and reconfiguring the software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Determining the IP Phone firmware version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performing the software upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrading and distributing IP Phone firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing a new keycode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Contents .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Feature operation .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server keycode validation and
pre-configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
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Feature and License parameter upgrade
using a keycode delivered on a CF card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Feature and License parameter upgrade using HyperTerminal® . .
Feature and License parameter upgrade entered manually . . . . . . .
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Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR command .. . . . . .
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Upgrade checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Site details .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Upgrade details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pre-upgrade checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pre-conversion steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Post-conversion checks .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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List of procedures
Procedure 1
Preparing for upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Procedure 2
Pre-installation requirements for a CS1000E SA/HA upgrade. . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Procedure 3
Linux server pre-installation requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Procedure 4
Unified Communications Manager (UCM) Primary Security Server workflow 73
Procedure 5
Install/upgrade Linux Base for Network Routing Service (NRS) . . . . . . . . . . 74
Procedure 6
CS1000E upgrade workflow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Procedure 7
Site specific network parameters and system element configuration settings 91
Procedure 8
Pre-upgrade activites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Procedure 9
Pre-upgrade activities for GR Survivable sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Procedure 10
Upgrading a GR Survivable system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Procedure 11
Creating a bootable Call Server software CF card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Procedure 12
Connecting a terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Procedure 13
Performing a data dump to backup the customer database: . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Procedure 14
Checking that Call Server 0 is active . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
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Procedure 15
Splitting the Call Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Procedure 16
Upgrading the software (CP PIV or CP PM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Procedure 17
Verifying the upgraded database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Procedure 18
Reconfiguring I/O ports and call registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Procedure 19
Switching call processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Procedure 20
Making the system redundant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Procedure 21
Registering the Call Server to the security domain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Procedure 22
Testing Call Server 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Procedure 23
Switching call processing
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
Procedure 24
Testing the Call Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Procedure 25
Switching call processing
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Procedure 26
Performing a data dump to backup the customer database: . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Procedure 27
Determining loadware version during boot sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Procedure 28
Determining the loadware version through Element Manager . . . . . . . . . . 167
Procedure 29
Determining the loadware version through the CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
Procedure 30
Obtaining and uploading loadware and firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Procedure 31
Upgrading Voice Gateway Media Card loadware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
Procedure 32
Upgrading loadware using a Software Delivery card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
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Procedure 33
Performing a feature and License parameter upgrade
using a keycode delivered on a CF card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Procedure 34
Performing a feature and License parameter
upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195
Procedure 35
Performing a feature and License parameter upgrade manually . . . . . . . . . 197
Procedure 36
Revert to old keycode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
Procedure 37
Parallel reload for CP PIV and CP PM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
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New in this release
Features
Customer information questionnaire
Commissioning of a CS 1000E relies on customer specific settings dependent
on the network and options deployed. Complete a Customer Information
Questionnaire before configuring and engineering a system. Expand the
Customer Information Questionnaire data to create a Site Specific
Specification Work Book with detailed entries summarizing information
requred to configure and deploy the CS 1000E system. See “Customer
information questionnaire” on page 63.
High level view of tasks and sequence for an upgrade
See “High level view of tasks and sequence for an upgrade” on page 71, for
a high level overview of the procedures to prepare for and initiate an upgrade
to the CS 1000 Release 7.5 software.
Site Specific Specification Work Book
Create a Site Specific Specification Work Book, based on the Customer
Information Query and engineering parameters, before installing and
configuring the system. See “Site specific network parameters and system
element configuration settings” on page 79.
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New in this release
Other
There have been no other updates to the feature descriptions in this document.
Revision History
April 2012
Standard 05.05. This document is up-issued to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5.
August 2011
Standard 05.04. This document is up-issued to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5.
May 2011
Standard 05.03. This document is up-issued to include an update to the
Upgrading Voice Media Gateways chapter.
November 2010
Standard 05.02. This document is published to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5.
November 2010
Standard 05.01. This document was issued to support Avaya Communication
Server 1000 Release 7.5.
July 2010
Standard 04.03. This document is up-issued to revise the command to join a
Call Server to the UCM Security Domain.
June 2010
Standard 04.02. This document is up-issued to include an Avaya CS 1000E
task flow and CP PM version 2 content.
June 2010
Standard 04.01. This document is issued to support Avaya Communication
Server 1000 Release 7.0.
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February 2010
Standard 03.12. This document is up-issued to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 6.0
January 2010
Standard 03.11. This document is up-issued to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 6.0
January 2010
Standard 03.10. This document is up-issued to support Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Release 6.0
December 2009
Standard 03.09. This document is up-issued to support Communication
Server 1000 Release 6.0
December 2009
Standard 03.08. This document is up-issued to support Communication
Server 1000 Release 6.0.
December 2009
Standard 03.07. This document is up-issued to support Communication
Server 1000 Release 6.0.
October 2009
Standard 03.06. This document is up-issued to support the Media Gateway
Extended Peripheral Equipment Controller (MG XPEC) card.
September 2009
Standard 03.05. This document is up-issued to support the Media Gateway
1010.
June 2009
Standard 03.04. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 6.0.
June 2009
Standard 03.03. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 6.0.
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New in this release
May 2009
Standard 03.02. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 6.0.
May 2009
Standard 03.01. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 6.0.
September 2008
Standard 02.04. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.5.
April 2008
Standard 02.03. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.5.
March 2008
Standard 02.02. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.5.
December 2007
Standard 02.01. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.5.
July 2007
Standard 01.06. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.0.
June 2007
Standard 01.05. This document is up-issued with corrections from CR
Q001597896.
June 2007
Standard 01.04. This document is up-issued with corrections from CR
Q001597896.
June 2007
Standard 01.03. This document is up-issued with corrections from CR
Q001620560.
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June 2007
Standard 01.02. This document is up-issued with corrections from CR
Q001650872.
May 2007
Standard 01.01. This document is up-issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 5.0. This document contains information previously contained in the
following legacy document, now retired: Avaya Communication Server
1000E: Upgrade Procedures (553-3041-258).
August 2005
Standard 2.00. This document is up-issued to support CP PIV and
Communication Server 1000 Release 4.5.
September 2004
Standard 1.00. This document is issued for Communication Server 1000
Release 4.0.
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Customer service
Visit the Avaya Web site to access the complete range of services and support
that Avaya provides. Go to www.avaya.com or go to one of the pages listed in
the following sections.
Navigation
•
•
•
•
“Getting technical documentation” on page 19
“Getting product training” on page 19
“Getting help from a distributor or reseller” on page 20
“Getting technical support from the Avaya Web site” on page 20
Getting technical documentation
To download and print selected technical publications and release notes directly
from the Internet, go to www.avaya.com/support.
Getting product training
Ongoing product training is available. For more information or to register, you
can access the Web site at www.avaya.com/support. From this Web site, you can
locate the Training contacts link on the left-hand navigation pane.
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Customer service
Getting help from a distributor or reseller
If you purchased a service contract for your Avaya product from a distributor or
authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or
reseller for assistance.
Getting technical support from the Avaya Web site
The easiest and most effective way to get technical support for Avaya products is
from the Avaya Technical Support Web site at www.avaya.com/support.
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System Information
This document is a global document. Contact your system supplier or an
Avaya representative to verify that the hardware and software described are
supported in your area.
Subject
This document provides procedures for upgrading an Avaya Communication
Server 1000E (Avaya CS 1000E) system to Avaya Communication Server
Release 7.5 software.
Note on legacy products and releases
This document contains information about systems, components, and features
that are compatible with Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5
software. For more information on legacy products and releases, click the
Technical Documentation link under Support on the Avaya home page:
www.avaya.com
Applicable systems
This document applies to Avaya CS 1000E systems.
Intended audience
This guide is intended for system installers and administrators with a strong
understanding of CS 1000E equipment and operation. Contact Avaya
Training Centers for information on installation courses.
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System Information
Conventions
In this document, CS 1000E systems are referred to generically as system.
The following systems are referred to generically as Small system:
•
Meridian 1 PBX 11C Cabinet
•
Meridian 1 PBX 11C Chassis
•
Communication Server 1000S (CS 1000S)
The following hardware is referred to generically as Media Gateway:
•
Option 11C Mini Chassis (NTDK91) and Expander chassis (NTDK92)
•
Option 11C Cabinet (NTAK11)
•
MG 1000E Chassis (NTDU14) and Expander chassis (NTDU15)
•
MG 1010 Chassis (NTC310)
•
IPE module (NT8D37) with MG XPEC card (NTDW20)
The following cards are referred to generically as Gateway Controller:
•
Media Gateway Controller (MGC) card (NTDW60 or NTDW98)
•
Common Processor Media Gateway (CP MG) card (NTDW56 or
NTDW59)
•
Media Gateway Extended Peripheral Equipment Controller (MG XPEC)
card (NTDW20)
In this document the following hardware platforms are referred to generically
as Server.
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Call Processor Pentium IV (CP PIV)
•
Common Processor Pentium Mobile (CP PM)
•
Common Processor Media Gateway (CP MG)
•
Common Processor Dual Core (CP DC)
•
Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers
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— IBM x306m server (COTS1)
— HP DL320 G4 server (COTS1)
— IBM x3350 server (COTS2)
— Dell R300 server (COTS2)
In this document, the generic term COTS refers to all COTS servers. The term
COTS1 or COTS2 refers to the specific servers in the preceding list.
The following table shows CS 1000 Release 7.5 supported roles for common
hardware platforms.
Table 1
Hardware platform supported roles
Hardware
platforms
VxWorks
Server
Linux Server
Co-res CS and SS
Gateway
Controller
CP PIV
yes
no
no
no
CP PM
yes
yes
yes
no
CP DC
no
yes
yes
no
CP MG
no
no
yes (see note)
yes (see note)
MGC
no
no
no
yes
MG XPEC
no
no
no
yes
COTS1
no
yes
no
no
COTS2
no
yes
yes
no
Note: The CP MG card functions as the Co-resident Call Server and
Signaling Server, and the Gateway Controller while occupying Slot 0 in
a Media Gateway.
Related information
This section lists information sources that relate to this document.
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System Information
Documentation
The following documents are referenced in this document:
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E Hardware Upgrade Procedures
(NN43041-464)
•
Avaya Converging the Data Network with VoIP (NN43001-260)
•
Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals
(NN43001-125)
•
Avaya IP Peer Networking: Installation and Commissioning
(NN43001-313)
•
Avaya Branch Office: Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-314)
•
Avaya Element Manager: System Administration (NN43001-632)
•
Avaya IP Phones Fundamentals (NN43001-368)
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Overview (NN43041-110)
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Planning and Engineering
(NN43041-220)
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and Commissioning
(NN43041-310)
•
Avaya Network Routing Service Fundamentals (NN43001-130)
Online
To access Avaya documentation online, click the Documentation link under
Support on the Avaya home page:
www.avaya.com
CD-ROM
To obtain Avaya documentation on CD-ROM, contact your Avaya customer
representative.
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Overview
Contents
This section contains information on the following topics:
Avaya Communication Server 1000 task flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28
References in preparation for an upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28
Backwards/forwards compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30
CS 1000 Release 7.5 software upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29
Backwards/forwards compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30
Conversion and mapping information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31
Campus Redundancy (High Availability) Package Support . . . . . . . . .
43
Additional factors for consideration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
43
Estimating installation time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
46
Administration tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
47
Upgrading the Signaling Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
Recorded Announcement and Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51
H.323 Gatekeeper database migration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51
Passwords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51
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Avaya Communication Server 1000 task flow
This section provides a high-level task flow for the installation or upgrade of
an Avaya Communication Server 1000 system. The task flow indicates the
recommended sequence of events to follow when configuring a system and
provides the document number that contains the detailed procedures required
for the task.
For more information refer to the following documents, which are referenced
in Figure 1 on page 27:
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Avaya Linux Platform Base and Applications Installation and
Commissioning (NN43001-315)
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and Commissioning
(NN43041-310)
•
Avaya Security Management (NN43001-604)
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Figure 1
Communication Server 1000E task flow
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Overview
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
A CS 1000 system consists of two major functional components: a Call
Server and a Signaling Server. These two components have historically run
on separate Intel Pentium processor-based hardware platforms operating
under the VxWorks Operating System.
The Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server (Co-res CS and SS) can run
the Call Server software, the Signaling Server software, and System
Management software together on one hardware platform running the Linux
Base Operating System. Various hardware platforms support the Co-res CS
and SS configuration. For more information on supported hardware
platforms, see Table 1: “Hardware platform supported roles” on page 23.
References in preparation for an upgrade
To plan the network, see Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Planning and
Engineering (553-3041-120) and Converging the Data Network with VoIP
(553-3001-160).
To read about installing, configuring, and managing Voice Gateway Media
Cards and IP Phones, see Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125) and IP Phones Fundamentals
(NN43001-368).
For detailed information about installing and configuring new components,
see Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and Configuration
(553-3041-210) and Avaya Linux Platform Base and Applications
Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315).
To read about virtual trunking and the Network Routing Service (NRS), see
Avaya Network Routing Service Fundamentals (NN43001-130), Avaya
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IP Peer Networking: Installation and Configuration (553-3001-213) and
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Overview (553-3041-010).
CS 1000 Release 7.5 software upgrades
This document provides information on Communication Server 1000E
Release 7.5 local VxWorks software upgrades for CP PIV and CP PM based
systems.
For information on local Linux Base software upgrades, or Deployment
Manager upgrades, see Avaya Linux Platform Base and Applications
Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315)
For detailed information about Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
supported upgrade paths, see “Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server”
on page 93.
If you are upgrading from a system that is not supported in CS 1000 Release
7.5, see the appropriate legacy documentation.
System types
Table 2 lists the various system types according to processor type.
Table 2
System types (Release 7.5 software)
Processor Type
System Type
Option 61C
CS 1000M
Option 81C
CS 1000M MG
CS 1000E
CP IV
3521
3621
3621
CP PM
-
-
4021
CP PM Co-res CS and SS
-
-
4121
CP DC Co-res CS and SS
4221
CP MG 32 Co-res CS and SS
4321
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Table 2
System types (Release 7.5 software)
CP MG 128 Co-res CS and SS
4421
COTS2 Co-res CS and SS
4521
Backwards/forwards compatibility
CS 1000 Release 7.5 supports COTS1 servers, however the operating system
must be migrated from VxWorks to Linux and the Linux applications must
be installed.
The COTS2 servers are not backwards compatible with CS 1000 Release 5.5
and older software. The COTS2 servers do not support the VxWorks
operating system used in previous sofware releases.
The COTS2 servers are compatible with pre-CS 1000 Release 7.5 Servers
when running the same software release. Depending on the applications
loaded and the inter-op configuration, the total capacity of the Server may
need to be lowered to that of the lowest common denominator in the cluster.
The ISP1100 Signaling Server is not supported in CS 1000 Release 7.5.
The Common Processor Dual Core (CP DC) card and the Common Processor
Media Gateway (CP MG) card do not support standard or high availability
configurations.
MG 1000T upgrade and migration options
The following information is intended to highlight the major considerations
required to properly engineer an MG 1000T upgrade. Careful and detailed
planning must be done in advance to minimize system downtime. Each option
offers different levels of ease of upgrade, complexity, redundancy, long term
supportability and maintenance. Select the best option according to specific
customer requirements.
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Option 1
Upgrade the MG 1000T to a CS 1000E and maintain it as an
autonomous node
Option 1 involves upgrading the MG 1000T to a CS 1000E, using either
CP PIV or CP PM Call Servers. Each existing MG 1000T chassis requires an
MGC. The current PRI and media cards in the MG 1000T are maintained.
The upgraded CS 1000E can still be used as a PRI gateway and contains all
of the functionality of an existing CS 1000E.
Option 2 (recommended)
Migrate the functionality and PRI hardware of the MG 1000T into
the CS 1000E
This option involves migrating the MG 1000T functions into a CS 1000E
system. Each existing MG 1000T chassis requires an MGC. The current PRI
and media cards in the MG1000T are maintained. All MG 1000T chassis are
added to the CS 1000E as new MG 1000Es, and all PRI loops and DSP
resources have to be added to the CS 1000E database. The NARS/BARS
database on the MG 1000T must be replicated on the CS 1000E. MG 1000T
Signaling Server NRS functionality can be moved to the CS 1000E node or
remain as is. The NRS dialing plan must be changed accordingly.
Note 1: An MG 1000E has specific network requirments for connecting
to the Call Server in terms of round trip delay and packet loss. Please see
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Planning and Engineering
(NN43041-220).
Note 2: NRS database synchronization is not supported between
Signaling Servers running different releases.
Conversion and mapping information
The following information is required for the database conversion that must
be performed as part of the CS 1000 Release 7.5 software installation.
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Cabinet or Chassis to IPMG mapping
The following pages detail how the Small System TNs are mapped to Large
System TNs. The SIPE cabinets are converted to IPMGs as shown in Table 3.
Note: Due to TN remapping, all external applications (such as Call
Pilot) must to be verified following the upgrade to ensure
implementation of any changes required for them to work properly with
a large system TN format.
Table 3
SIPE cabinet/chassis to IPMG conversion
Cabinet/Chassis
IPMG
Call Server
000 0
Media Gateway 1
000 1
Media Gateway 2
004 0
Media Gateway 3
004 1
Media Gateway 4
008 0
Minimum software release
The conversion process can be applied to the database of existing small
systems provided that the small system has a minimum software version of
23.10.
TN mapping
The following tables map the small system TNs to the CS 1000E TNs (large
system TNs). The conversion feature maps the SIPE TNs to CS 1000E TNs
on the IPMGs.
IP phone TN mapping
When converting from small systems (Option 11C, MG1000B, CS 1000M or
CS 1000S) to a CS 1000E system, the slot and unit number is mapped to the
loop, shelf, card, and unit number as shown in Table 4. Because these TNs
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map from a “small system” TN format to a “large system” TN format, the IP
sets do NOT require reprogramming with a new TN.
Table 4
IP phone TN mapping
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Unit
Loop
Shelf
Card
Unit
61-64
0-31
96
0
1-4
0-31
65-68
0-31
100
0
1-4
0-31
69-72
0-31
104
0
1-4
0-31
73-76
0-31
108
0
1-4
0-31
77-80
0-31
112
0
1-4
0-31
81-84
0-31
96
1
1-4
0-31
85-88
0-31
100
1
1-4
0-31
89-92
0-31
104
1
1-4
0-31
93-96
0-31
108
1
1-4
0-31
97-99
0-31
112
1
1-3
0-31
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ALC, DLC, analog trunk and regular IPE pack TN mapping
Table 5 provides TN mapping information for analog line cards, digital line
cards, analog trunk cards, and xdtrs (digital trunk cards or IP phones are not
addressed in this table). Not all slots are present on all small systems.
Table 5
ALC, DLC, analog trunk and regular IPE pack TN mapping (Part 1 of 3)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
Unit
CS 1000E
Superloop
Shelf
Card
Unit
1
0-31
0
0
1
0-31
2
0-31
0
0
2
0-31
3
0-31
0
0
3
0-31
4
0-31
0
0
4
0-31
5
0-31
0
0
5
0-31
6
0-31
0
0
6
0-31
7
0-31
0
0
7
0-31
8
0-31
0
0
8
0-31
9
0-31
0
0
9
0-31
10
0-31
0
0
10
0-31
11
0-31
0
1
1
0-31
12
0-31
0
1
2
0-31
13
0-31
0
1
3
0-31
14
0-31
0
1
4
0-31
15
0-31
0
1
5
0-31
16
0-31
0
1
6
0-31
17
0-31
0
1
7
0-31
18
0-31
0
1
8
0-31
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ALC, DLC, analog trunk and regular IPE pack TN mapping (Part 2 of 3)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
Unit
CS 1000E
Superloop
Shelf
Card
Unit
19
0-31
0
1
9
0-31
20
0-31
0
1
10
0-31
21
0-31
4
0
1
0-31
22
0-31
4
0
2
0-31
23
0-31
4
0
3
0-31
24
0-31
4
0
4
0-31
25
0-31
4
0
5
0-31
26
0-31
4
0
6
0-31
27
0-31
4
0
7
0-31
28
0-31
4
0
8
0-31
29
0-31
4
0
9
0-31
30
0-31
4
0
10
0-31
31
0-31
4
1
1
0-31
32
0-31
4
1
2
0-31
33
0-31
4
1
3
0-31
34
0-31
4
1
4
0-31
35
0-31
4
1
5
0-31
36
0-31
4
1
6
0-31
37
0-31
4
1
7
0-31
38
0-31
4
1
8
0-31
39
0-31
4
1
9
0-31
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ALC, DLC, analog trunk and regular IPE pack TN mapping (Part 3 of 3)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Unit
Superloop
Shelf
Card
Unit
40
0-31
4
1
10
0-31
41
0-31
8
0
1
0-31
42
0-31
8
0
2
0-31
43
0-31
8
0
3
0-31
44
0-31
8
0
4
0-31
45
0-31
8
0
5
0-31
46
0-31
8
0
6
0-31
47
0-31
8
0
7
0-31
48
0-31
8
0
8
0-31
49
0-31
8
0
9
0-31
50
0-31
8
0
10
0-31
Digital trunk mapping
This mapping (shown in Table 6) applies to DTI, DTI2, PRI, PRI2, MISP,
DPNSS and other circuit packs.
Table 6
Digital trunk mapping (Part 1 of 4)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Digital
Loop
Channel
Channel
Superloop
Shelf
Card
1
0 - 31
20
0 - 31
0
0
1
2
0 - 31
21
0 - 31
0
0
2
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Table 6
Digital trunk mapping (Part 2 of 4)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
Channel
CS 1000E
Digital
Loop
Channel
Superloop
Shelf
Card
3
0 - 31
22
0 - 31
0
0
3
4
0 - 31
23
0 - 31
0
0
4
5
0 - 31
24
0 - 31
0
0
5
6
0 - 31
25
0 - 31
0
0
6
7
0 - 31
26
0 - 31
0
0
7
8
0 - 31
27
0 - 31
0
0
8
9
0 - 31
28
0 - 31
0
0
9
11
0 - 31
52
0 - 31
0
1
1
12
0 - 31
53
0 - 31
0
1
2
13
0 - 31
54
0 - 31
0
1
3
14
0 - 31
55
0 - 31
0
1
4
15
0 - 31
56
0 - 31
0
1
5
16
0 - 31
57
0 - 31
0
1
6
17
0 - 31
58
0 - 31
0
1
7
18
0 - 31
59
0 - 31
0
1
8
19
0 - 31
60
0 - 31
0
1
9
21
0 - 31
76
0 - 31
4
0
1
22
0 - 31
77
0 - 31
4
0
2
23
0 - 31
78
0 - 31
4
0
3
24
0 - 31
79
0 - 31
4
0
4
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Table 6
Digital trunk mapping (Part 3 of 4)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Digital
Loop
Channel
Channel
Superloop
Shelf
Card
25
0 - 31
80
0 - 31
4
0
5
26
0 - 31
81
0 - 31
4
0
6
27
0 - 31
82
0 - 31
4
0
7
28
0-31
83
0-31
4
0
8
29
0-31
84
0-31
4
0
9
31
0-31
85
0-31
4
1
1
32
0-31
86
0-31
4
1
2
33
0-31
87
0-31
4
1
3
34
0-31
88
0-31
4
1
4
35
0-31
89
0-31
4
1
5
36
0-31
90
0-31
4
1
6
37
0-31
91
0-31
4
1
7
38
0-31
92
0-31
4
1
8
39
0-31
93
0-31
4
1
9
41
0-31
116
0-31
8
0
1
42
0-31
117
0-31
8
0
2
43
0-31
118
0-31
8
0
3
44
0-31
119
0-31
8
0
4
45
0-31
120
0-31
8
0
5
46
0-31
121
0-31
8
0
6
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Table 6
Digital trunk mapping (Part 4 of 4)
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Digital
Loop
Channel
Channel
Superloop
Shelf
Card
47
0-31
122
0-31
8
0
7
48
0-31
123
0-31
8
0
8
49
0-31
124
0-31
8
0
9
XNET and XPEC conversion
Although XNETs and XPECs are not configured by CS 1000 small systems,
they are utilized internally by the system and appear in the database. The
contents of the XNET blocks must be converted to virtual XNET blocks.
TTY conversion
Any TTYs programmed in the Call Server chassis must be moved to an
equipped Media Gateway. The TTYs from small systems are converted as
shown in Table 7.
Table 7
TTY conversion
TTY Port Before Conversion
TTY Port After Conversion
Cabinet/
Chassis
Port†
Card
IPMG
Port
Main
0
CP PM
N/A
0
1
MGC
000 0
1
2
MGC
000 0
2
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Table 7
TTY conversion
TTY Port Before Conversion
TTY Port After Conversion
Cabinet/
Chassis
Port†
Card
IPMG
Port
Expansion 1
0
MGC
000 1
0
1
MGC
000 1
1
2
MGC
000 1
2
0
MGC
004 0
0
1
MGC
004 0
1
2
MGC
004 0
2
0
MGC
004 1
0
1
MGC
004 1
1
2
MGC
004 1
2
0
MGC
008 0
0
1
MGC
008 0
1
2
MGC
008 0
2
Expansion 2
Expansion 3
Expansion 4
Tone Receiver Conversion
Tone receivers are converted using the same algorithm as that used for IPE
shelf conversion. The tone receivers map to cards 14 and 15 for each of the
five IPMGs (see Table 8 on page 41).
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Note: On CS 1000S systems, any DTRs converted to Media Gateway 00
0, will need to be removed unless appropriate hardware is added.
Additional DTRs will need to be programmed in the configured Media
Gateways.
Table 8
Tone receiver conversion
CS 1000S/M
Slot
CS 1000E
Unit
Superloop
Shelf
Card
Unit
0
0-7
0
0
14
0-7
0
8-11 or 8-15
0
0
15
0-3 or 0-7
If these cabinets are
populated with MGCs, then
these units must be
configured.
0
1
14
0-7
0
1
15
0-3 or 0-7
4
0
14
0-7
Unit types and unit numbers
in each MG will be matched
to the configuration that
exists in slot 0.
4
0
15
0-3 or 0-7
4
1
14
0-7
4
1
15
0-3 or 0-7
8
0
14
0-7
8
0
15
0-3 or 0-7
Conference and Tone Generator conversion
All existing Tone and Conference loops are removed and two loops (one for
tone and one for conference) are allotted for each IPMG as shown in Table 9.
Table 9
Conference and Tone Generator conversion
IPMG
MG TDS
MG CONF
000 0
124
125
000 1
126
127
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Table 9
Conference and Tone Generator conversion
IPMG
MG TDS
MG CONF
004 0
128
129
004 1
130
131
008 0
132
133
IPMG Configuration
The IP address for each of the IPMG must be entered in LD 97. Note that the
SIPE IP addresses can not be used in this case since the SIPE IP connections
are point to point and may not be in the same subnet as the ELAN IP address.
As part of conversion the IPMG Type is set to MGC.
DSP Resources for IPMGs
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) resources must be added to Media Gateways
that do not have a Voice Gateway Media Card present to provide the DSP
resources required for inter-gateway calls or TDM to IP calls. You can add
DSP resources to a Media Gateway with Media Gateway Controller (MGC)
DSP daughterboards (DSP DB), or with a Common Processor Media
Gateway (CP MG) card. Note that a Media Gateway does not require DSP
resources for calls within the same Media Gateway (TDM to TDM calls). The
DSP resources are required for TDM to IP calls and for calls between Media
Gateways (these TDM to TDM calls use the IP network and therefore require
DSP resources in each chassis). These DSP resources are only available to the
Media Gateway in which the DSP is located.
Once conversion is complete, the DSP resources that were previously
configured are now available to the gateway where the DSP resources are
located. DSP resources are required in all gateways in order to support
inter-gateway calls and TDM to IP calls. The configuration required for the
new DSP resources must be performed manually, as it is not part of the
conversion process.
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Deleted information
The following information is removed during the conversion process:
•
SIPE IP addresses (deleted from the database)
•
TDS and Conference configuration
•
Redundant serial port information
•
Meridian Mail LSL, AML and other TNs.
Note: ACD queues are not deleted. They must be manually deleted
following the conversion process.
Note: Although the above items are removed during the conversion
process, the data in the compact flash remains intact with the small
system database.
Campus Redundancy (High Availability) Package Support
For systems that require HA configuration, the VxWorks-based Call Server
software must be deployed.
In CS 1000 Release 7.5, the Co-res CS and SS does not support an HA
configuration (dual core with either Active or Inactive role). For more
information see Avaya Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
Fundamentals (NN43001-509).
Additional factors for consideration
SSC Security Device (dongle) considerations
When upgrading an existing system to Release 7.5 with a CP PM Call Server,
the following actions are required:
•
For SSC system conversions to CS 1000E, you must destroy or return the
SSC security device to your local Avaya Repair/Returns center
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•
The CP PM Security Device provided with the software kit must be
placed on the CP PM Call Server
IMPORTANT!
Continued use of decommissioned software is in violation of the Avaya
Software Licensing Agreement and is not allowed. No further orders will
be accepted for the serial number since it is decommissioned and
tracked in Avaya’s database. The Avaya Software Licensing Agreement
details can be found in the Policy and Procedures section of the
Enterprise Voice product catalogue.
NARS/BARS/Trunking Considerations
Impacts on customer trunking must be evaluated when designing and
planning an upgrade. The MG 1000T is a tandem endpoint that may provide
PRI PSTN access to a standalone CS 1000E and satellite locations. Each
upgrade option impacts customer trunking in the following ways:
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Option 1 - Trunking is out of service for the time it takes to upgrade and
transition the Call Server, Media Gateways and Signaling Server to a
CS 1000E
•
Option 2 - Trunking must be transitioned (both hardware and software)
to the CS 1000E. A high level of ESN and PRI programming knowledge
is required to move the trunking functions from the MG 1000T to the
CS 1000E during both the planning and implementation phases of the
upgrade. Typically the bulk of ESN programming is done on the MG
1000T and SPN's are used to steer PSTN calls between nodes. The NRS
dialing plan entries also must be changed during the upgrade to move
existing numbers associated with the MG 1000T endpoint to the CS
1000E endpoint. Special care must be taken to ensure 911 service
functions as expected post-upgrade. The out of service time for the trunks
vary site to site. Inbound DID/COT/TIE trunk routes could be split and
cut over to the CS 1000E in a phased approach. Outbound DOD/COT/
TIE trunks could be split and cutover using temporary RLIs to steer
NPA, NXX and SPN calls (including 911). Tie routes that are H323/SIP
can be redirected in the NRS assuming the ISM parameters have been
moved to the CS 1000E and the ESN programming is in place.
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Media Gateway considerations
For Options 1 and 2, each existing Media Gateway chassis in the MG 1000T
must be upgraded to a MG 1000E or MG 1010. The new Media Gateway
must be reprogrammed and joined to the corresponding CS 1000E node.
Ethernet connections and IP configurations must be identified prior to
conversion.
NRS considerations
If the Primary NRS resides within the original MG 1000T node, the NRS
functionality can be moved to the CS 1000E or maintained as a standalone
NRS.
NRS Servers must be upgraded to CS 1000 Release 7.5 prior to upgrading the
first CS 1000 system to CS 1000 Release 7.5. The NRS must operate on the
same software release as the system with the highest software release on the
network.
Signaling Server considerations
If the MG 1000T is upgraded to a CS 1000E, the Signaling Servers can
continue to function and are supported. If the MG 1000T is migrated to the
CS 1000E the Signaling Servers can be re-deployed or used as spares.
ISP1100
ISP1100 Signaling Servers are not supported in CS 1000 Release 7.5 and
must be replaced with a supported hardware platform.
CP PM BIOS requirements
The CP PM version 1 card requires BIOS Release 18 or later to be supported
as a Signaling Server. The CP PM version 2 card (NTDW66CAE5/E6,
NTDW99CAE5/E6) does not require a BIOS update. To upgrade the CP PM
version 1 BIOS, see Avaya Communication Server 1000E Hardware
Upgrade Procedures (NN43041-464).
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ELAN, TLAN and IP considerations
If upgrading Media Gateways, the ELAN IP, TLAN IP addresses and switch
ports can be re-used.
If you are replacing an SSC with a Gateway Controller, you require TLAN IP
addresses and Layer 2 switch ports. If introducing a Co-res CS and SS you
will need ELAN and TLAN IP addresses and Layer 2 switch ports. For more
information, see Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and
Commissioning (NN43041-310).
Estimating installation time
There are periods of service outages during the upgrade. The service outages
are dependent on the configuration of the system being upgraded. (SA, HA,
Signaling Server and NRS Server redundancy.)
When all equipment and software is available, Avaya recommends planning
a two to four hour period in which to perform the upgrade. Service
interruptions can occur during this period.
Installation of Unified Communications Manager (UCM) - no service impact.
Upgrade of NRS/GateKeeper - no service impact if there is an NRS Alternate/
backup server running in the network.
Upgrade of the Call Server and SSC to MGC cards - there is a service outage
of approximately one to two hours dependent on the number of IPMGs and
MGs that need to be upgraded.
Note: If converting MG1000T Media Gateways to MG1000E off the
upgraded main, there will be additional down time required to reprogram
the trunk facilities and routing tables which is not covered in this
document.
Upgrade of the Leader Signaling Server - there is a service outage of
approximately one hour while configuring and upgrading system Media
Cards.
Upgrade of Alternate NRS - no service impact.
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Upgrade of Follower Signaling Server - there is a service impact of ten to
fifteen minutes to restart all Signaling Servers after Followers have been
configured and synchronized.
System expansions and additional installations require additional time. See
Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and Configuration
(553-3041-210) for details.
Making IP Peer Networking modifications also requires additional time
beyond that of an upgrade. It can be performed after completing a standalone
configuration upgrade. IP Peer Networking changes can involve interruption
of call processing. See Avaya IP Peer Networking: Installation and
Configuration (553-3001-213) for details.
Upgrade and installation times depend on the following criteria:
•
number and availability of technicians
•
familiarity with CS 1000E
•
physical location of hardware components
•
interoperability products (Messaging Server 500, Symposium,)
•
unit testing and system testing
•
unforeseen issues
Administration tools
Avaya Unified Communications Management (UCM)
The Avaya Unified Communications Management (UCM) solution provides
you with an intuitive, common interface to manage and run managed
elements. UCM is a container that stores several system management
elements in a single repository. You have access to all network system
management elements under the Unified Communications Management
solution. You need to sign in only once to access the elements. A single
sign-in eliminates the need for you to reauthenticate when a system
management application starts.
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UCM Security Services simplifies security control for managed elements and
system management applications. UCM Security services manages secure
access to Web applications and provides authentication andauthorization with
a single unified Common Service. UCM secures the delivery of essential
identity and application information.
With UCM Common Services, administrators can control which users have
access to specific managed elements. They can assign users to roles and map
the permissions to those roles to control which operations a user can perform
on an assigned managed element. Users can access only assigned elements
and perform only the tasks specific to their assigned role and permissions for
an element.
With UCM Common Services, the integration of managed elements within a
single container provides users with centralized security, user access control,
simplified management tasks, improved workflow efficiency, convenience,
and time-saving advantages.
System data backup including application data
UCM can be used to back up and restore application data for Linux Base and
applications. The type of data backed up is dependant on the applications
running on the host server. For detailed information, see Avaya Linux
Platform Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning
(NN43001-315).
For detailed UCM information see Avaya Unified Communications
Management Common Services Fundamentals (NN43001-116).
Element Manager
Element Manager (EM) is no longer present on a Signaling Server by default.
It is no longer bundled in the Signaling Server application. You must
manually select this option from UCM to deploy the EM application. Before
installing or upgrading your system you must determine which Signaling
Server will have Element Manager deployed.
Note: For each Call Server there must be at least 1 Signaling Server
deployed with Element Manager.
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Element Manager increases the speed and efficiency of system management
by organizing parameters in logical groups, where single web pages provide
access to information that was traditionally spread across multiple overlays.
The ability of Element Manager to “hide or show information” helps the user
focus on specific information, avoiding the distraction of multiple
parameters.
Element Manager reduces configuration errors by providing a full text
description of each parameter and acronym. It also reduces errors by
simplifying parameter value selection through the use of pre-selected default
values and drop-down lists.
The following management tasks can be performed using Element Manager:
•
System Status
Enables users to perform maintenance actions on Call Server
components (D-channel, MSDL, TMDI, Digital Trunk, Clock
Controller, Network and Peripheral, Trunk diagnostic) and
IP Telephony.
•
Configuration
Enables users to configure customer data, trunks and routes (traditionally
done in LD 14, 15, and 16), D-channel and Common Equipment data
(LD 17), digital trunk interface (LD 73), Flexible Code Restriction and
Incoming Digit conversion (LD 49), and the IP telephony node.
•
Network Numbering Plan
Enables users to configure the Network Routing Service, and ESN data
blocks for the Call Server (LD 86).
•
Software Upgrade
Enables users to obtain Call Server software version, License
parameters, and packages list. Users can also upgrade Voice Gateway
Media Card loadware and IP Phone firmware.
•
Patching
The existing Call Server and Voice Gateway Media Card patching still
function within Element Manager, however the UCM Patching Manager
provides centralized patch management to upload, install and maintain
patches
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•
System Utilities
Enables users to backup and restore databases, set time and date, and
upload software files and patches to a directory on the Signaling Server.
Configuration procedures for these tasks are in Avaya Communication
Server 1000E: Installation and Configuration (553-3041-210), and Avaya
System Management (553-3001-300).
For upgrade and configuration procedures that use Element Manager, see
“Upgrading Voice Gateway Media Cards” on page 163.
Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a feature used to synchronize local clocks
across the network to a single, accurate, third-party Network Time Protocol
server (typically a radio clock, atomic clock, or other Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC) source).
For information on NTP configuration see Avaya Linux Platform Base and
Applications Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315).
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
For information on the configuration of SNMP on Linux base see Avaya
Communication Server 1000 Fault Management — SNMP (NN43001-719).
For information on Enterprise Common Manager (ECM) and SNMP on
Linux base see Avaya Unified Communications Management Common
Services Fundamentals (NN43001-116).
Upgrading the Signaling Server
To upgrade the Signaling Server to Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5,
see “Upgrading the Signaling Server” on page 181.
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Recorded Announcement and Music
IMPORTANT!
Currently, the CS 1000E only supports Recorded Announcement
Broadcast and Music Broadcast.
H.323 Gatekeeper database migration
To migrate an H.323 Gatekeeper database to a Communication Server 1000
(CS 1000) Release 7.5 Network Routing Service (NRS) database, see Avaya
Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Passwords
Two login passwords are key to the upgrade process:
1
PWD1
2
Limited Access Password (LAPW)
You must configure the UCM security server to have the same usernames and
passwords before you join the security domain. These passwords are only
valid until you join the security domain in UCM.
PWD1
PWD1 is the central login defined at the Call Server. If the system is fully
functional (that is, the connection is active) between the Call Server,
Signaling Server, MG 1000E Expansions, and Voice Gateway Media Cards,
the PWD1 login grants access to all Command Line Interfaces (CLIs) and
Element Manager. If the link is not active, the specific login configured for
each component must be used.
LAPW
Limited Access Password (LAPW) login can be configured on the Call Server
to provide limited access to specified overlays. LAPWs can be used to log
into the Call Server or to Element Manager. For more information, see Avaya
System Management (553-3001-300).
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Contents
This section contains information on the following topics:
Things to know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54
Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 product compatibility 54
Software requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
61
Keycodes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
61
What to have ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer information questionnaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Readiness checklist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Things to know
Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 product
compatibility
Consult Table 10 for Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 product compatibility.
Table 10
CS 1000 Release 7.5 CS 1000E product compatibility (Part 1 of 7)
Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
Notes
Management
Element Manager
EM 7.0
Enterprise
Subscriber Manager
SM2.0
Will support only 2.0
Messaging
Avaya CallPilot™
5.0
CallPilot 4.0 and earlier are
End-of-Sale, or End-of
Manufacturer Support. Only
5.0 supported.
Avaya CallPilot™
Mini
1.6A
1.6 only MG 1000B (1.6); not
on CS 1000E
Meridian Mail
Not supported
MM13.14 was final release
and transitioned to End of
Manufacturer Support
Oct-2009.
UM2000
3.3
Not supported on Option
61C/81C
HMS 400
1.1, 2.0
Exchange UM2007
SP1
NMC
6.0
Attendant Console
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
PC Console Interface
Unit
Supported
Meridian Attendant
Console
1.2.4.11.0
M2250 Attendant
Console
Supported
Notes
TDM Sets
M2016S Secure Set
(NA only)
Supported
M2006
Supported
EoL Dec. 2009
M2008
Supported
EoL is Dec. 2009
M2216
Supported
EoL is Dec. 2009
M2616
Supported
EoL is Dec. 2009
M39xx
Supported
IP Clients
WLAN Handset
2210/2211
Supported
WLAN Handset 2212
Supported
Avaya 6120, 6140
WLAN Handset
Supported
WLAN IP Telephony
Manager 2245
Supported
WLAN Application
Gateway 2246
Supported
IP Phone 2004
(Phase 0)
Not supported
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
Notes
IP Phone 2001
(Phase 2)
Supported
EoL Dec. 31, 2009
IP Phone 2002
(Phase 1)
Supported
EoL
IP Phone 2002
(Phase 2)
Supported
EoL Dec. 31, 2009
IP Phone 2004
(Phase 1)
Supported
EoL
IP Phone 2004
(Phase 2)
Supported
EoL Dec. 31, 2009
Avaya 2007 IP
Deskphone
Supported
Avaya 2050 IP
Softphone v4
Supported
Avaya 2033 IP
Conference Phone
Supported
Avaya 1110 IP
Deskphone
Supported
Avaya 1120E IP
Deskphone (UNIStim
and SIP)
Supported
Avaya 1140E IP
Deskphone (UNIStim
and SIP)
Supported
Avaya 1150E IP
Deskphone (UNIStim
only)
Supported
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
Avaya 1165E IP
Deskphone (UNIStim
and SIP)
Supported
IP Phone 1535
Supported
3100 Mobile
Communications
Client
Supported
Avaya 1210/1220/
1230 IP Deskphones
Supported
IP Softphone 3456
Supported
AG2000
Supported
Notes
EOS Q1, 2011
AG1000 EOS Q2, 2010
Wireless
Avaya Integrated
DECT
451000, 471000 (IPE)
47000xxx on DMC8 card
45100xxx on DMC4 card
Concentrated Mode only
SIP DECT
4910b427 or later
SIPLINE with DECT Access
Points 4710 and 4720
Call Centre and CTI Applications
SCCS
5.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Meridian Link
Services (MLS)
5.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Symposium Express
Call Center (SECC)
4.5
Not supported on MG 1000B
Symposium Web
Center Portal
(SWCP)
4.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Contact Center
6.0, 7.0
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
Notes
Avaya Remote Agent
Observe
1.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Avaya Agent
Greeting
3.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Contact Center Suite
6.0, 7.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
Periphonics IVR Applications
ICP
1.0.1.155
Not supported on MG 1000B
Periphonics MPS
500/1000
3.0.0.15
Not supported on MG 1000B
Avaya
Communication
Control Toolkit (CCT)
for MPS500/1000
5.0, 6.0
Not supported on MG 1000B
ACE (Agile
Communication
Environment)
1.1
Not supported on MG 1000B
MIXX Portfolio
Integrated Call
Assistant (ICA)
1.5
Integrated
Conference Bridge
(ICB) & ICB
Professional 4.5
2.1, 3.0x, 4.0, 4.5
Integrated Recorded
Announcement
(MIRAN)
3.0
Integrated Call
Director
1.0.3 & above, 2.0
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
Integrated Hospitality
Services
1.17
Notes
Other Call Servers
Avaya BCM 200/
400/ 1000
3.7, 4.0
Avaya BCM 50
1.0, 2.0, 3.0
Avaya BCM 450
1.0
SRG 200/ 400
1,5
SRG 50
3.0
MCS 5100
4.0
CS2000
CVM9,10,11
CS2100
SE09,10,11
Remotes
Remote Office 9150,
9115, IP Adapter
1.4.2, 1.5.2, 1.6.1
Not supported on MG 1000B
Carrier/ Mini Carrier
7.0.3/ r11
Not supported on MG 1000B
Fiber Remote & Multi
IPE Fiber
Supported
Supported in large
Meridian 1 (61C/81C) and
Large CS 1000M only
Line Side T1/E1
2.03
Enhanced Line Side
T1/E1
3.06
Other Products
SMC2450
1.1
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Application
CS 1000E Release 7.5 compatibility
SR4134
4.0
IP Trunk
3.01
Notes
3rd Party
Teledex
1.12.02
ND2200, LD4200, NDC2200
(DECT Cordless)
ipDialog
V 1.5.0 Build V101
SIP Tone V
Microsoft OCS2007
Wave 12, 13
AudioCodes M2K/
M1K
5.2
T-Metric Attendant
Console
6.0
Note 1: In addition to the systems and application compatibility chart above, information at a card and shelf level can be
found in the Compatibility Section of Product Compatibility (553-3001-156).
Note 2: It is possible for a Main Office Call Server and MG 1000B to temporarily run different software releases, provided
the Main Office is running CS 1000 Release 4.5. This allows customers to add a single additional MG 1000B for CS 1000
Release 4.5 without having to upgrade their entire network of MG 1000Bs.
Note 3: Mixed software configuration between a CS 1000 Release 4.5 Main Office and a CS 1000 Release 3.0 MG 1000B
must be temporary.
Note 4: Mixed software configuration between a CS 1000 Release 4.5 Main Office and a CS 1000 Release 4.0 and later
MG 1000B can be indefinite.
Note 5: In Normal mode, IP users use the feature set of the Main Office. In Local mode, IP users use the feature set of the
MG 1000B. Analog or Digital users always use the feature set of the MG 1000B.
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Software requirements
Table 11 lists the minimum software requirements for CS 1000 Release 7.5
software.
Table 11
Software requirements
Item
Version
Call Server
7.x
Signaling Server (see note below)
7.x
IP Line application (see note below)
7.x
IP Phone firmware (see note below)
Latest released with Release 7.x
Firmware for Voice Gateway Media Cards
Latest released with Release 7.x
Avaya 2050 IP Softphone
Latest released with Release 7.x
Web browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer v.6.02
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.5
or higher
Netscape is not supported
Note: The Signaling Server Terminal Proxy Server (TPS), IP Line 5.0 loadware, Gatekeeper,
Network Routing Service, MG 1000E, Element Manager and IP Phone firmware are contained
on the Signaling Server DVD.
Keycodes
During an installation or upgrade, valid keycodes are required. A security
keycode protects the installation of software, feature set (packages), License
parameters, and the system ID. A security device validates the keycodes.
When upgrading a CS 1000E system to CS 1000 Release 7.5, the key code
resides in a keycode file on a Compact Flash (CF) card or USB 2.0 storage
device. The user is prompted to insert the CF card or storage device with the
key code file.
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If the entered keycode does not validate, take one of the following actions:
•
Check the keycodes and make sure the correct keycodes have been
entered.
•
Check the software and make sure that it is the correct version for this
site.
•
Check the feature set and make sure the correct data has been entered.
•
Check the License parameters and make sure the correct data has been
entered.
•
End the installation and contact your Avaya service team.
The system limits the validation of keycodes to three consecutive attempts.
After the third unsuccessful attempt, the Software Installation Program
returns to the main menu. Any data entered during the session is lost.
Note: If an invalid keycode is entered, the software and databases on the
present system are not affected.
When the keycode validation passes, the software is installed on the system.
What to have ready
This section contains the following topics:
•
“Data checklist” on page 62
•
“Customer information questionnaire” on page 63
•
“Readiness checklist” on page 65
Data checklist
Data network planning is crucial to obtain good voice quality. For important
information regarding the data and IP telephony network configuration needs,
consult Avaya Converging the Data Network with VoIP (553-3001-160) and
Avaya IP Peer Networking: Installation and Configuration (553-3001-213).
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The following data is required:
•
IP addresses for system components.
Refer to Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and
Configuration (553-3041-210) for more information.
•
IP addresses for the IP Phones.
DHCP can be used to distribute IP addresses and network information to
the IP Phones. Refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125) for more detail.
•
Trunk, routing, and network zone data (numbering plan, standard and
IP trunks, Network Routing Service data).
Refer to Avaya IP Peer Networking: Installation and Configuration
(553-3001-213) for more detail.
•
System, telephony and voice data (customer configuration, virtual loop
and TN assignments, feature data).
Note 1: If there are BRI in the system, ensure that the MISP and
SILC/UILC are located in the same cabinet or chassis prior to the small
system to large system upgrade. The only supported configuration
requires that the MISP and SILC/UILC are provisioned in the same
IPMG following the upgrade.
Note 2: If there are MFC cards in the system, it is recommended that
the MFC card reside in the same cabinet or chassis as the TDM trunk
card.
Customer information questionnaire
Commissioning of a CS 1000E relies on customer specific settings dependent
on the network and options deployed. A completed Customer Information
Questionnaire is required to configure and engineer a system. The Customer
Information Questionnaire data is expanded to create the Site Specific
Specification Work Book with detailed entries to configure and deploy the CS
1000E system. In the Customer Information Questionnaire cover the types of
data outlined in Table 12: “Information Collected in the Customer
Information Questionnaire” on page 64.
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Table 12
Information Collected in the Customer Information
Questionnaire
Description
Locations where equipment will be installed.
IP Network Addresses assigned to system elements. (Includes netmask
and default gateways.)
DNS servers IP address.
FQDNs to be assigned to system elements.
Accounts and Passwords to be assigned.
Security Servers used for network authentication.
NTP servers IP address.
SNMP data collection server IP address.
Dialing Plan requirements.
Trunking requirements.
Trunk access restrictions.
Recorded Announcement requirements.
Conference requirements.
Music on Hold requirements.
Telephone Set requirements.
Telephone Set access restrictions.
Call Center requirements.
Voice Mail requirements.
H.323 Gateway requirements.
SIP Gateway requirements.
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Table 12
Information Collected in the Customer Information
Questionnaire
Description
SIP Telephone requirements.
Soft Client requirements.
Readiness checklist
As part of the upgrade process, complete the Upgrade readiness checklist.
Table 13
Upgrade readiness checklist (Part 1 of 3)
Action
3
Make sure that all the software that was ordered has been
received.
• New version and patches / DEP lists
• Current version
• Compatibility and Planning
• Ensure you can perform a direct upgrade, otherwise plot the
intervening path required or have Avaya do the database
conversion
• If there are any external applications that have CS 1000 with a
Small System TN format (Card - Unit) configured as part of their
interop with the CS 1000 or M1 solutions, the existing TNs will
map to new Large System based TNs that are in the format of
SUPL- Shelf-Card-Unit. These applications may need to be
changed in order to interop with the new TN that is generated
as part of the conversion process.
Compact Flash and PCMCIA adapter for CP PIV or CP PM
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Upgrade readiness checklist (Part 2 of 3)
Action
3
You need to ensure access to the Primary Security Server. Using
an external DNS server is highly recommended to resolve FQDNs.
If the external DNS server is not available you must modify the
local Windows PC’s host configuration in
WINNT\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. If you are using a
non-Windows OS for Web clients, refer to the OS documentation to
configure the corresponding setup.
For details, see Avaya Unified Communications Management
Common Services Fundamentals (NN43001-116).
• ensure all new IPs needed are availalbe from Network
administrator
• ensure all FQDNs are available from customers network
administrator
• ensure that the PC on the network can ping the FQDNs (or at
least have the name resovle to the expected IP address, as the
server may not be installed yet, but this will prove the DNS
server is configured correctly)
Prepare the network data, such as new IP addresses, as
suggested in “Data checklist” on page 62 and in:
• Avaya Converging the Data Network with VoIP (553-3001-160)
• Avaya IP Peer Networking: Installation and Configuration
(553-3001-213)
• Avaya Communication Server 1000E: Installation and
Configuration (553-3041-210)
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Table 13
Upgrade readiness checklist (Part 3 of 3)
Action
3
Obtain the correct keycodes for the software.
Obtain a USB memory stick.
Note: Avaya recommends using the N0220961 USB memory
stick for Communication Server 1000 Release 7.0 and later. Not
all USB memory sticks are supported.
First steps
This section summarizes the steps to prepare for and initiate an upgrade to the
CS 1000 Release 7.5 software.
To install new hardware in a system expansion, refer to Avaya
Communication Server 1000E: Installation and Configuration
(553-3041-210).
As a general rule, follow the order of the chapters.
Procedure 1
Preparing for upgrade
1
Read the safety instructions.
2
Review the “Data checklist” on page 62.
3
Complete the “Readiness checklist” on page 65.
4
Verify compliance with system and site requirements.
5
Verify compliance with network requirements for system expansions
(adding Media Gateways, IP Phones, new sites). Refer to Avaya
Converging the Data Network with VoIP (553-3001-160).
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6
Connect a serial cable from the Call Server to a maintenance terminal.
•
For a MG 1000E upgrade, connect the three-port SDI cable to DB-9
port to the back of the MG 1000E. Connect the DB-9 serial cable to
connector 0.
WARNING
On the MG 1000E, do not connect a serial port to the
AUX connector. It can damage the port.
•
7
For a MG 1010 upgrade, connect a sheilded CAT5 Ethernet cable
from the MG 1010 Media Gateway Utility card to a NTC325AAE6
serial adapter kit. Connect a DB-9 or DB-25 serial cable from the
required adapter to a maintenance terminal.
Perform a data dump.
WARNING
Both before and after an upgrade, perform a data dump
on the Call Server.
8
9
LD 43
Load program
EDD
Data dump
Archive the system database on the Call Server and save it to a
removable media device (RMD). Label the database backup as the final
data from the current software.
LD 43
Load program
BKO
Copy data from primary to backup RMD
Remove all obsolete data configurations from the system.
For example, remove Meridian Mail agents, queues, and supporting
network loops. Remove all EPE, RPE, TDS, MFS and conference loops
(excluding XCT and IP devices).
10 Perform a data dump, see step 7.
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11 Archive the system database on the Call Server and save it to an RMD,
see step 8. Label the database backup as the data to be upgraded.
12 Upgrade the software on the system, see “Upgrading Call Server software
(CP PIV, CP PM)” on page 101. Use the data to be upgraded backup if
you are upgrading the Call Server hardware.
13 Once the upgrade is complete and the system is stable, perform a data
dump, see step 7.
14 Cold start the system (sysload) to verify that the system can reload
sucessfully with the upgraded database.
Note: System error messages are printed during sysload if the database
contains obsolete data. Perform EDD CLR to save the database.
End of Procedure
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Procedures
This section summarizes the procedures to prepare for and initiate an
upgrade to the CS 1000E Release 7.5 software.
Procedure 2
Pre-installation requirements for a CS1000E SA/HA upgrade.
1
If Telephony Manager is being used to administer the system, upgrade to
Release 4.0.
2
Check the CS1000E Release 7.5 General Release Bulletin for
compatibility of application servers, such as CallPilot and Contact Center.
Upgrade these systems to a compatible release.
3
Check the Call Server for Product Improvement ACT/PI patches. Failure
to obtain required Product Improvement ACT/PI patches. may result in
loss of required functionality.
4
Obtain latest version of CS1000 documentation.
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5
6
7
Ensure you have Compact Flash Cards for backups as applicable for the
type of Call Server.
•
CP PII, Floppy Disks for backup and 2 (128 MBps) Compact Flash
cards for data conversion of system backups to Compact Flash.
•
CP PIV, 2 (128 MBps) Compact Flash cards for data backups.
•
CP PM, 2 (128 MBps) Compact Flash cards for data backups.
Obtain the CS1000 Release 7.5 software with an upgrade kit or download
the software.
•
CS1000E CP PIV Call Server installation image, if applicable.
•
CP PM V18 BIOS upgrade. (Linux Base has been updated to provide
BIOS upgrade during installation.)
•
CS1000E CP PM Call Server installation image (VxWorks on
Compact Flash).
•
CS1000E CP PM Linux Base image (Linux on Compact Flash).
•
CS1000E COTS Linux Base image (Linux on DVD).
•
CS1000E Application image file (.nai file on DVD).
Obtain the appropriate keycodes.
•
Verify the keycode packages and license.
•
Verify new keycode for correct packages and ISM (LD 143 KDIF
command).
8
Obtain the latest CS1000 Call Server patches.
9
Obtain the latest CS1000E Linux Service Pack.
10 Note the ELAN IP and TID (Tape ID) of the Call Servers that will be
upgraded. ELAN IP is displayed from LD 117, prt, hosts and Tape ID is
displayed in LD 22, prt, tid.
11 Create a backup from all CS1000E Elements, (example: SPS, NRS,
ECM, Call Servers, PD (Personal Directory)).
12 Ensure serial CLI access is available to all elements that will be upgraded.
Avaya recommends that you capture CLI entries to a file.
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Procedure 3
Linux server pre-installation requirements
1
Hostname, ELAN IP, TLAN IP, subnet mask, and default gateway IP.
2
Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) defined on DNS server.
3
DNS IP address(s).
4
NTP time servers IP address.
5
Password assignments for root and admin2 Linux Base accounts.
Password Requirements
•
1 capital letter
•
1 lower case letter
•
1 special character
•
Minimum of 8 characters
•
First and last characters are not considered against password
strength
Example: CS1000_Rel7.5
End of Procedure
Procedure 4
Unified Communications Manager (UCM) Primary Security Server
workflow
1
Backup UCM by running the sysbackup command. Install UCM and
migrate user accounts and certificates with the sysrestore command.
2
Install the Linux Base software to the UCM server.
3
Login as admin2 to http://<FQDN>\local-login and configure as the
Primary Security Server.
4
After the initial reboot, login to http://<FQDN> with the admin account.
5
Restore user accounts and certificates by running the sysrestore
command on the UCM server.
6
Configure additional administration accounts.
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Configure external authentication (RADIUS, LDAP, KERBOS), if
available.
8
Install the application software.
9
Deploy UCM applications as applicable (for example: NRS, Subscriber
Manager).
10 Install the latest Service Pack for Linux Base and applications.
End of Procedure
Procedure 5
Install/upgrade Linux Base for Network Routing Service (NRS)
1
Disconnect the Primary NRS from the network to allow the Alternate NRS
to route calls. (If there is no Alternate NRS, there will be a service outage
while you install and upgrade the Primary NRS.)
2
Install Release 7.5 Linux Base on the Primary NRS Server.
3
Login as admin2 to http://<FQDN>\local-login and configure the server as
a member of the security domain.
4
Monitor UCM for registration of the member server. which will become the
NRS.
5
From UCM Deployment Manager, deploy the NRS application (and any
other aplications, as required).
6
Install the latest patches for Linux Base and applications.
7
Launch the NRS Manager from UCM and restore the backup file. Confirm
that the data is restored to the NRS.
8
Confirm that the upgraded Primary NRS is processing call requests.
End of Procedure
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Procedure 6
CS1000E upgrade workflow
1
2
Determine which Signaling Server to use as Element Manager. For
upgrades, use the Leader Signaling Server. Install Linux Base on the
server and assign the server to the security domain in preparation for the
Call Server upgrade. Upgrade the Call Server before you install the
applications.
•
Upgrade/Install Linux Base for this Signaling Server.
•
Join the server to the UCM security domain.
Upgrade the Call Server
•
Split the cores, as applicable. (If this is not a dual core system, there
will be a service outage while you upgrade the Call Server and Media
Gateway Controllers.)
•
Upgrade the CP PII Call Server to the CP PM Call Server, as
applicable.
•
Upgrade the inactive core.
•
Monitor for database conversion system messages and investigate if
any display.
•
Install the Call Server Deplist.
•
Backup the upgraded Call Server to Compact Flash.
ATTENTION
There is a service interruption of 30 to 60 minutes during
the following procedure.
•
Shut down Core 0 and initialize Core 1, which has been upgraded to
Release 7.5.
•
Test the system and call flow. The system should be fully functional.
3
Login to the Call Server, LD 117 reg ucm device. This registers the Call
Server with UCM.
4
From UCM monitor the CS1000 registration under Elements.
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From UCM Deployment Manager deploy the Signaling Server and
Element Manager applications to the Signaling Server platform that you
prepared prior to the Call Server upgrade.
6
Install the latest patches for the Linux Base and applications on the
Signaling Server.
ATTENTION
There is a 10 minute service interruption for each SSC
that you replace.
7
Replace the SSC controllers with MGC cards, as applicable.
Note: If you convert MG1000T to Media Gateway on Release 7.5,
manually program the trunk data and routing tables on the main. This
process is not covered in this document. MG1000T still functions as a
trunk gateway as it did in Release 4.x.
8
Configure DSPs on the newly installed MGC controller cards.
9
Configure the Signaling Server as leader; restore PD files, if applicable;
Save and Synchronize.
ATTENTION
There is a service interruption of 30 to 60 minutes during
the following procedure.
10 Upgrade Loadware on MC32sa and MC32s cards.
•
From UCM Launch Element Manager.
•
Perform a loadware upgrade for the Voice Gateway Media Cards and
reboot.
11 From the Call Server, LD 117 reg ucm system. This registers all CS1000
Elements including MGCs with the UCM Security Domain.
12 From UCM monitor the CS1000 registration under Elements.
13 From UCM Elements, edit the Element and verify that the configuration
(IP address) data is correct for MC32 and MC32S. Correct the data if
required.
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14 From UCM launch Element Manager and from IP Telephony Manager,
Save and Transfer.
•
Restart applications on the Signaling Server.
15 Test the system for call processing. The system should be in full service.
16 Upgrade the inactive core.
17 LD 135 JOIN - to Join the Call Server cores, test and swap CPUs.
18 From the upgraded Call Server CS - LD117 reg ucm device. This
registers the inactive core.
19 Install/Upgrade the follower Signaling Server.
20 Install the UCM Backup Security Server.
21 Install/Upgrade the Alternate NRS Server.
End of Procedure
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system element configuration settings
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Convert the engineering parameters obtained in the Customer
Information Query into a Site Specific Specification Work Book. Use
the Site Specific Specification Work Book to install and configure the
system.
Prerequisites
1
Site Job Specification Book:
Summarize details of all current system elements, hostnames, IP
addresses, subnet mask, default gateway IP, user accounts,
passwords and application base configuration settings.
List the new system elements that you plan to install. List any
obsolete or unsupported platforms. (Include, for example,
hostnames, FQDN, IP addresses, user accounts, passwords and
application base configuration settings)
2
Site FTP server:
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Use an on site ftp server to save project files and system backup/archive
files for transfer to upgraded system elements.
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4
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FTP Server IP address
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FTP user ID
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FTP password
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FTP directory path to use
Installer’s laptop PC IP settings:
•
TLAN IP
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TLAN subnet mask
•
TLAN Gateway IP
•
DNS IP
CS1000E Call Server Data Required:
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Tape ID (TID)
•
Primary CS hostname
•
Secondary CS hostname
•
Primary CS ELAN IP
•
Secondary CS ELAN IP
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Subnet mask for ELAN
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LAN route entries (default gateway)
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ACT or Product Improvement patches requiring a rewrite for Release
7.5.
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CS1000E Media Gateway Controllers data (Required for each
Media Gateway Controller up to a maximum of 50):
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MGC hostname (optional: mgc_superloopandshelf)
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MGC ELAN IP
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MGC ELAN subnet mask
•
MGC ELAN gateway
•
Primary Call Server IP
•
MGC TLAN IP
•
MGC TLAN subnet mask
•
MGC TLAN gateway
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TLAN auto negotiate (default yes)
•
ELAN auto negotiate (default yes)
•
ELAN security (disable, default yes)
•
Super Loop assignment (SUPL)
•
Super Loop shelf assignment (IPR0 or IPR1)
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IPMG_TYP (0 or 1) SSC or MGC
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Zone number
•
DES (0 or 1) (optional designator)
•
DB1 DSP daughter board
•
DB1 type (32 or 96 port)
•
DB1 hostname (DB1_superloopandshelf)
•
DB1 TLAN IP
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DB1 sarting terminal number
•
DB1 designator for trunk (optional)
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DB1 Extended Trunk type
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DB1 Customer number
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DB2 DSP daughter board
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DB2 type (32 or 96 port)
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7
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DB2 hostname (DB2_superloopandshelf)
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DB2 TLAN IP
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DB2 starting terminal number
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DB2 designator for trunk (optional)
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DB2 Extended Trunk type
•
DB2 Customer number
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MGTDS Loops
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MGCONF Loops
Release 7.5 Linux Application Server inputs for each server:
•
Hostname
•
TLAN port domain name
•
FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name)
•
TLAN IP
•
TLAN subnet mask
•
TLAN default gateway
•
ELAN IP
•
ELAN subnet mask
•
ELAN default gateway
•
Default NIC card (ELAN 0 or TLAN 1)
•
Regional Time Zone Number or Time Base to GMT (for example, -5
GMT) UNTP time server IP
•
DNS IP
•
Root password
•
admin2 password
•
Security Domain (Primary, Member, Backup)
Release 7.5 Linux Primary Security Server:
Administrator password
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Certificate information:
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Friendly name
•
Bit length
•
Organization
•
Organizational unit
•
Common name
•
Country/Region
•
State/Province
•
City/locality
New administrative user accounts:
•
User ID
•
Authentication (local or external)
•
User name
•
Temporary password
•
Roles assigned (Member Registrar, Network Administrator)
External identity repositories:
•
External LDAP user then local users
•
External RADIUS users then local users
•
External LDAP users, then RADIUS, then local users
•
Local users
•
External RADIUS users, then LDAP users, then local users
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Provision LDAP server:
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IP or DNS
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TCP port
•
Base Distinguished Name
•
SSL/TLS Mode (yes or no)
•
Is Active Directory (yes or no)
•
Distinguished Name for root binding
•
Password for root binding
Provision Radius Server:
•
IP or DNS
•
UDP port
•
Shared Secret
Provision Kerberos Server:
8
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DC Host Name (FQDN)
•
DC Computer Domain
•
Keytab File
NRS Migration to Release 7.5 NRS:
Service Domain Name
L1 Domain Name
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NRS settings:
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Primary NRS hostname
•
Primary TLAN IP
•
Secondary NRS TLAN
•
Secondary NRS hostname
•
Control priority
•
Server mate comm. port
•
Realm name
•
Server role
H.323 Gatekeeper settings:
•
Local request response time out
SIP server settings:
•
Public name for non-trusted networks
•
Public number for non-trusted networks
•
UDP transport enabled
•
Primary Server UDP IP
•
Primary Server UDP port
•
Secondary Server UDP IP
•
Secondary Server UDP port
•
TCP Transport enabled
•
Primary Server TCP IP
•
Primary Server TCP port
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Transport Layer Security (TLS) settings:
•
Maximum session cache
•
Session cache timeout
•
Renegotiation in byte
•
X509 Certificate authentication
•
Client authentication
Network Connection Server settings (NCS):
9
•
Primary NCS port
•
Secondary NCS port
•
Primary NCS timeout
Signaling Server Configuration per server:
•
Call Server IP
•
Node ID
•
TLAN node IP
•
TLAN subnet mask
•
ELAN Gateway IP
•
ELAN subnet mask
•
Enabled applications (LTPS, SipGateway, PD, SipLine)
•
Leader or follower
SIP Gateway settings general:
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SIP Domain name:____________
•
Local SIP port:____________
•
Gateway endpoint name:____________
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Enable failsafe NRS:_______
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SIP Gateway settings:
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TLS security:________
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Port:_________
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Number of byte re-negotiation:_________
•
Client authentication:_________
•
X509 certificate authority:__________
Proxy or Redirect Server:
•
Primary TLAN IP:__________
•
Port:__________
•
Transport protocol:_________
•
Support registration:_________
•
Primary CDS proxy:_________
•
Secondary TLAN IP:_________
•
Port:__________
•
Transport protocol:_________
•
Support registration:__________
•
Secondary CDS proxy:________
CLID presentation:
•
Country Code:________
•
Area Code:________
•
Number Translation Strip: Prefix:
•
Subscriber (SN): ____ ____
•
National (NN): ____ ____
•
International: ____ ____
SIP URI map:
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Public E.164 Domain Names:
•
National:__________
•
Subscirber:___________
•
Special number:_________
•
Unknown:_____________
Private Domain Names:
•
UDP:_________
•
CDP:_________
•
Special number:________
•
Vacant number:_________
•
Unknown:________
SIP Gateway Services:
SIP Converged Desktop:
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Enable CD service:________
•
Service DN:_________
•
Converged call fwd. DN:________
•
RAN Route for Announce:_______
•
Wait time before queue:_________
•
Timeout for ringing indication:______
•
Timeout for CD server:_________
•
Timeout for non-CD server:________
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SIP CTI:
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Enable CTI service:________
•
CTI settings:
•
TLS endpoints only:_______
•
Customer number:________
•
Maximum associates per DN:________
•
Place International calls as National:_________
Dialing Plan prefixes:
•
National:_________
•
International:________
•
Location Code Call:_______
•
Special Number:__________
•
Subscriber:_____________
CTI CLID presentation:
•
Dialing Plan:_________
•
Calling Device URI format:________
•
Home location code:________
•
Country code:_______
•
Area code:_________
•
Number Translation Strip: Prefix:
•
Subscriber (SN): ____ ____
•
National (NN):
•
International:
____ ____
____ ____
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Microsoft Unified Messaging:
•
MWI Application DN:_______
•
MWI Dialing Plan:______
•
Enable Softkeys:_______
•
Enable Secure Media:_____
H.323Gw settings
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H.323 ID: __________
•
Enable failsafe NRS: _________
•
Primary Gatekeeper (TLAN) IP:_____________
•
Alternate Gatekeeper (TLAN) IP:____________
•
Primary NCS port number:________________
•
Alternate NCS (TLAN) IP:_____________
•
Alternate NCS port number:___________
•
Primary NCS timeout:___________
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10 VGMC media card configuration per card:
•
Hostname
•
Card Type
•
Card TN
•
Card MAC Address
•
TLAN IP Address
•
TLAN Subnet Mask
•
TLAN Gateway IP
•
DSP IP Address
•
ELAN IP Address
•
ELAN Subnet Mask
•
ELAN Gateway IP
•
Alternate Call Server 1 (if applicable)
•
Alternate Call Server 2 (if applicable)
Procedure 7
Site specific network parameters and system element configuration
settings
1
Verify contents of the Site Specific Specification Work Book details as
defined in “Prerequisites” on page 79.
Data required depends on configuration and features implemented on a
site by site basis.
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Server
Contents
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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94
Co-res CS and SS upgrade paths. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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98
Software applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
99
Element Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
100
Overview
An Avaya Communication Server 1000 system consists of two major
functional components, a Call Server and a Signaling Server. These two
components have historically been running on separate Intel Pentium
processor-based hardware platforms operating under the VxWorks Operating
System.
The Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server (Co-res CS and SS) runs
the Call Server software, Signaling Server software, and System
Management software on one hardware platform running the Linux Base
Operating System. For Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5, the Co-res
CS and SS is supported on various hardaware platforms, see Table 1:
“Hardware platform supported roles” on page 23.
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Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
The Co-res CS and SS provides a cost effective solution for Communication
Server 1000 system installations that do not require a high user capacity or
the need for a redundant Call Server.
This chapter provides a high level overview only. For more information about
Co-res CS and SS, see Avaya Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
Fundamentals (NN43001-509).
Supported configurations
You require a Media Gateway, Gateway Controller, and Server to deploy the
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server in the following configurations:
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E (Avaya CS 1000E)
•
Branch Office Media Gateway (MG 1000B)
•
Survivable Media Gateway (SMG)
•
Communication Server 1000E Survivable SIP Media Gateway
(Survivable SIP MG)
•
Avaya Communication Server 1000E TDM (CS 1000E TDM)
For details on the Avaya CS 1000E TDM system, see Avaya CP PM
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server Fundamentals
(NN43001-509).
You can deploy a Co-res CS and SS as a Main Office, Branch Office, SMG
or Survivable SIP MG.
For information about installing an SMG or Survivable SIP MG, see Avaya
Communication Server 1000 System Redundancy Fundamentals
(NN43001-507).
For information about CS 1000E capacity limitations, see Avaya
Communication Server 1000E: Planning and Engineering (NN43041-220).
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Co-res CS and SS based CS 1000E system
Figure 2 on page 95 provides an example of a CS 1000E system with a Co-res
CS and SS in a MG 1000E chassis. You can also use an MG 1010, chassis,
cabinet, or a COTS2 server to deploy a Co-res CS and SS.
Figure 2
CS 1000E Co-res and SS system
For information on adding an optional second Signaling Server to a Co-res
CS and SS, see Avaya Linux Platform Base and Applications Installation and
Commissioning (NN43001-315).
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Co-res CS and SS based Branch Office Media Gateway
Figure 3 on page 96 provides an example of a Co-res CS and SS based Branch
Office Media Gateway (MG 1000B) system.
Figure 3
MG 1000B Co-res CS and SS system
Communication Server 1000E TDM
Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 supports a TDM only version of the
CoRes CS and SS system. The CS 1000E TDM system has the following
capacity limitations:
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800 combined TDM users (Traditional, CLASS, DECT users, including
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•
5 Media Gateways
•
16 PRI cards
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•
200 ACD Agents
•
0 IP Phones (no UNIStim, no SIP Line, no SIP DECT)
•
0 Virtual Trunks
The CS 1000E TDM system does not support NRS.
High Availability (HA) support
In CS 1000 Release 7.5, the Co-res CS and SS does not support an HA
configuration (dual core with either Active or Inactive role). For systems that
require HA configuration, you must deploy a VxWorks-based
Communication Server 1000 system.
Co-res CS and SS upgrade paths
The following upgrade paths are supported for Communication Server 1000
systems.
•
CS 1000 Release 7.0 or earlier Communication Server 1000E Call
Server with Standard Availability (SA) to a Communication Server 1000
Release 7.5 Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server
If you upgrade from a non-CP PM based Communication Server 1000E Call
Server, you must replace your old Call Server hardware with either a CP PM
card, CP MG card, CP DC card, or COTS2 server and upgrade the software.
•
CS 1000 Release 7.0 or earlier Communication Server 1000E Signaling
Server to Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 Co-resident Call
Server and Signaling Server
•
Meridian 1 Option 11C, CS 1000M, or CS 1000S Call Server to
Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 Co-resident Call Server and
Signaling Server
•
Meridian 1 Option 11C Call Server to Communication Server 1000
Release 7.5 CS 1000E TDM.
The minimum CS 1000 Release for Small System migration to a Co-resident
Call Server and Signaling Server is Release 23.10
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Hardware
The Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 Co-resident Call Server and
Signaling Server is supported on CP PM cards, CP MG cards, CP DC cards,
and COTS2 servers running the Linux Base Operating System.
The Co-res CS and SS can run on the CP PM hardware platform introduced
in Communication Server 1000 Release 5.0, however the software changes
from VxWorks to Linux, and a CP PM Linux upgrade kit is required. The
CP PM card requires 2 GB memory, and a 40 GB hard drive to support the
Co-res CS and SS configuration. CP PM version 1 cards require BIOS version
18 or higher to support the Co-res CS and SS configuration.
CP PM upgrade kit
The CP PM Signaling Server Linux Upgrade kit includes the following items:
•
2 GB Compact Flash (CF) with Linux base installation software
•
1 GB DDR SO-DIMM memory upgrade (Optional, Enterprise
Configurator includes if required)
•
40 GB ATA Hard Drive (Optional, Enterprise Configurator includes if
required)
CP PM media storage
The CP PM card for a Co-res CS and SS requires a 40 GB internal Fixed
Media Drive (FMD). You must ensure switch S5 on the CP PM card is in
position 2 to enable the system to boot from the hard drive FMD. Switch S5
in position 1 configures the CP PM card to boot from an internal Compact
Flash (CF) FMD.
The CP PM card supports two types of Removable Media Drives (RMD)
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CF card, supports the installation of Linux Base and Linux applications
•
USB memory stick device, supports the installation of Linux
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For more information about supported media for Linux-based Co-resident
Call Server and Signaling Server installations, see Avaya Linux Platform
Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315).
CP MG, CP DC, and COTS2 media storage
The CP MG card, CP DC card, and COTS2 servers all require an internal
Fixed Media Drive (FMD) loaded with the Linux Base Operating System.
The CP MG and CP DC cards support USB 2.0 storage devices as Removable
Media Drives (RMD). A bootable USB 2.0 storage device can be used to
install or patch the Linux Base Operating System. The COTS servers support
bootable DVD. CF cards are not supported on CP MG, CP DC or COTS2
hardware.
Software applications
The Co-res CS and SS does not directly support SIP Line Gateway and SIP
DECT. You must provision an additional stand-alone Signaling Server for
this software.
The Co-res CS and SS supports the following software applications
•
Linux Call Server
•
Line Telephony Proxy Server (LTPS)
•
Unicode Name Directory (UND)
•
Signaling Server Gateway including H.323 Gateway and SIP Gateway
•
Failsafe SIP Proxy service, Gatekeeper
•
Personal Directory (PD)
•
Network Routing Service (NRS)
— You can configure the NRS as a Primary, however you can only
configure NRS as a Secondary if the Primary is also running on a Co-res
CS and SS.
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— The CP PM Co-res CS and SS does not support a Secondary or backup
NRS to a capacity higher than the Primary NRS due to the small disk size
and low call rates on a CP PM Co-res CS and SS system.
•
Element Manager (EM)
•
Unified Communications Management (UCM) Primary Security Server
in limited deployment. For more information about UCM Primary
Security Server procedures, see Avaya Linux Platform Base and
Applications Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315).
Element Manager
The Element Manager (EM) interface includes the configuration and
enabling of Signaling Server application services such as UNIStim, LTPS,
SIP Gateway, H.323 Gateway, and SIP Line.
For more information about EM, see Avaya Element Manager: System
Administration (NN43001-632).
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Contents
This section contains information on the following topics::
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
101
Software pre-conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
102
Preparing for the upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
102
Performing the upgrade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
129
Completing the upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
158
Introduction
This section provides instructions for a VxWorks-based local upgrade to
Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 software on a Call Processor
Pentium IV (CP PIV) or Common Processor Pentium Mobile (CP PM) Avaya
CS 1000E system. This technical publication assumes all appropriate
hardware has been upgraded according to procedures in Avaya
Communication Server 1000E Hardware Upgrade Procedures
(NN43041-464).
Have the following items available before proceeding
•
Software Install Kits (see page 129)
•
required Dependency list patches for the target system
A capture file should be maintained during all processes.
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Software pre-conversion
IMPORTANT!
Upgrades to Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 are supported
on Release 23 or later.
Database conversion for Meridian 1 Options 21E, 51,
61,71, STE, NT and XT must be completed by Avaya
Software Conversion Lab. Consult the current Avaya price
book for cost and contact information.
If the system is equipped with IOP/CMDU cards the
database must be converted with the Database Transfer
utility.
All systems can be converted by Avaya in the software
conversion lab.
IMPORTANT!
Database backup information should be preserved for a
minimum of 5 days.
Preparing for the upgrade
This document implements a “source- to-target” approach to performing an
upgrade. It is important to correctly identify the source platform, target
platform, and maintenance window required to perform the upgrade.
This chapter features check boxes indicating what condition the system
should be in at that stage of the upgrade. If the system is not in the proper
condition steps should be taken to correct this.
This section is written to maintain Dial Tone where possible and limit service
interruptions.
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Before attempting any software or hardware upgrade field personnel should
follow the steps in Table 14 below:
Table 14
Prepare for upgrade steps
Procedure Step
Page
Planning
103
Upgrade Checklists
104
Preparing
104
Connecting a terminal
122
Printing site data
123
Performing a template audit
126
Backing up the database (CP PIV and CP PM data dump)
127
Performing the upgrade
129
Planning
Planning for an upgrade involves the following tasks:
•
Conduct a site inspection to determine proper power and grounding.
•
Review the site profile to determine proper foot space if adding new
columns or modules.
•
Identify all applications currently installed on the source platform.
•
Identify and correct outstanding service problems.
•
Verify the site log is updated with current trunking, call routing,
application notes, and site contact information.
•
Review all product bulletins and Avaya Alerts that impact the site.
•
Prepare a contingency plan for backing out of the upgrade.
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Upgrade Checklists
Upgrade checklists can be found in the “Upgrade checklists” chapter on
page 203. Engineers may print this section in order to facilitate the upgrade.
Preparing
IMPORTANT!
In a Campus configuration, as both cores may be
physically separate, it is important to plan for required
attendance at both core sites at some point in the
upgrade.
Preparing for an upgrade involves the following tasks:
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Identify and become familiar with all procedures.
•
Verify that all installed applications meet the minimum software
requirements for the target platform.
•
Determine and note current patch or Dep lists installed at the source
platform.
•
Determine required patch or Dep lists at the target platform for all
system-patchable components (Call Server, Voice Gateway Media
Cards, Signaling Servers and so on).
•
Determine the required patches or DEP lists installed on all applications
(Avaya CallPilot, Symposium Call Center Server, and so on).
•
Determine and communicate the required maintenance window,
contingency plan and the impact to the customer to complete the
procedure.
•
Determine if all additional LAN connections are present.
•
Verify that all IP addresses and FQDNs are available. An FQDN is
required for each Linux Element. Ping the FQDN to confirm it is
available. If using external DNS servers (highly recommended) confirm
that the DNS server resolves the FQDN to the expected IP address.
•
Perform an inventory on required software and hardware.
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Secure the source software and key code.
•
Secure the target software and key code.
•
Verify the new key code using the DKA program.
•
Print site data.
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Pre-upgrade checklists
Perform the following pre-upgrade checklist procedures before upgrading a
CS 1000E system.
Procedure 8
Pre-upgrade activites
Perform the following activities 5 to 7 days prior to the night of the software
upgrade.
IMPORTANT!
Do not continue with the upgrade if any of the preupgrade
checks below fails. Please contact your next level of
support. Upgrade pre-checks involving system
maintenance will need to be performed during the
maintenance window.
1
Verify that you have the latest version of this document.
2
Verify Hardware compatibility prior to upgrade and upgrade any hardware
that does not meet the minimum requirements for CS 1000 Release 7.5.
Please refer to the Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 Product
Bulletin.
3
Verify the system meets the Memory Requirements for CS 1000 Release
7.5 as specified in the Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 Product
Bulletin.
4
Verify that a functioning spare CPU is available on site during upgrade.
5
Verify that there is a pre-tested working core modem with a direct line
connected for Remote Technical Support.
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6
Verify that all software necessary for the source and target release for all
systems to be upgraded is available. Before the upgrade, check that all
items on the order form are also on the packing slip. Check that all items
been received. If any items are missing, contact your supplier for
replacements before you begin the upgrade. See “Software Install Kits”
on page 129.
7
Review Keycode Data Sheet - (SDID, PKGS, License, TID) and ensure
that you have all the necessary Keycodes for both the source and target
software. See “Keycodes” on page 61.
8
Verify that system is patched current for all patchable elements on the
system using the "Upgrades" - Meridian ISSP Report and Conflict
Checker (MIRCC) Tool, paste in an ISSP (MDP ISSP) Output and get a
Detailed Patch Report.
Note 1: Upgrades MIRCC TOOL is available via Enterprise Solutions
Patch Library (ESPL).**Access to the Enterprise Solutions Patch Library
requires a Distributor account and password.**.Once logged onto ESPL,
go to: "Upgrades" - Meridian ISSP Report and Conflict Checker (MIRCC).
Note 2: Please refer to Bulletin: 2006007126 available on the Avaya
Technical Support Portal for further details on the use of the Upgrades
MIRCC Tool. Apply any missing Patches and remove any Obsolete
Patches.
9
Verify that all required patches at the target platform as generated by the
Upgrades MIRCC for all system-patchable components (Call Server,
Voice Gateway Media Cards, Signaling Servers and so on) are available
on site.
10 Print Site Data – See “Printing site data” on page 65.
11 Perform a Template Audit - See“Performing a template audit” on page 68.
12 Perform midnight test routines and ensure any errors addressed prior to
upgrade. Verify that 5 days prior to the upgrade there are not:
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Any type of system triggered restart (Warm, Cold, or Sysload).
b.
Swd watchdog timouts (e.g. BUG7058 SWD: Swd watchdog timer
expired on task tSL1).
c.
Semtake memory issues (e.g. BUG0584 SeaWeed memory library
semTake failed memory).
d.
Hardware Watchdog Interrupts (e.g.BUG7060 SWD: HARDWARE
WATCHDOG INTERRUPT EVENT).
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e.
Disk Cache Errors (e.g. 0x22bb3dd8 (tSysPhase1): disk cache error:
device 371ab80 block 1279235 errno c0003, disk read failed).
f.
ELAN issues (e.g. ELAN009 ELAN 0 host IP=10.60.78.4 disabled,
write to socket fail due to far end disconnect or Ethernet problems,
ELAN0028 The following server failed to register it's pbxLink).
g.
Hardware Diag Failures (e.g. DIAG0002 Diagnostic: Faulty
Hardware watchdog diag).
h.
IP Link Failures to MGCs (e.g. SRPT0016 OMM: IP link is DOWN
between Call Server and Media Gateway, GC0018 MGC ELAN
heart-beat connection to Call Server is down. Switching to alternate
- port number, SRPT0016 OMM: IP link is DOWN between Alternate
Call Server 1 and IPMG[0 0]).
i.
QoS errors (e.g QOS0019 QoS unacceptable packet loss: [98.5] %
in zone [1]).
j.
CMDU Failures (e.g. BUG7339 ROM OS 0: ERROR "CMDU VOL
Init". Restarting with code: 52).
If you encounter any of the above errors or failures, contact your next level of
support to ensure that these problems are resolved prior to any upgrade
activity.
13 Enable System monitoring tool (AHST) in Overlay 22. This task will collect
the following system outputs (they are not enabled by default):
— Configuration changes
—
Alarms reports (AUD, SSH)
—
Error reports
— BUG captures
14 Enter STAT LOOP X commands in Overlay 32 to ensure system physical
and Virtual TNS are idle:
— Enter STAT command in Overlay 60 to get status of all loops to
ensure what loops are idle.
—
Enter ssck 0 and 1 for status of system clocks.
— Enter lcnt for status of span errors.
—
Enter STAT DCH command in Overlay 96 to get status of of
DCH channels to ensure they are active.
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—
Enter STAT ELNKcommand in Overyay 137 to get status of
ELNK to ensure ELNK is link is up.
For details see Avaya Software Input Output Reference - Maintenance
(NN43001-711).
15 Test the System Utility card.
LD 135
Load program
STAT CPU
Get the status of the System Utility card
STAT CNI
Test the System Utility card
STAT HEALTH
Display the Call Server health count status
16 Print the history file.
LD 17
REQ
PRT
TYPE
ADAN
ADAN
NEW HST
SIZE
(0)–65534
USER
When ADAN = HST, users can be BUG,
MCT, MTC, SCH and TRF.
17 Prior to System Upgrade, make two current backups to external media:
LD 43
Load program
BKO
Copy data from primary to backup device
18 Avaya recommends you to have two bootable removable media devices
(RMD) for site upgrades. See “Making a bootable RMD” on page 113.
19 Perform a sysload and verify no abnormal messages appear before the
upgrade.
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Pre-upgrade checklists for Geographic Redundant Survivable
sites
If you have a system with a Geographic Redundant (GR) Primary site and
N-way Survivable Secondary sites, Avaya recommends you to upgrade the
Survivable Secondary sites before upgrading the Primary site. For more
information on GR systems, see Avaya System Redundancy Fundamentals
(NN43001-507).
A typical Survivable Secondary site contains the following components:
•
Gateway Controller with DSP resources in a Media Gateway
•
IPE equipment (Line and Trunk cards) in a Media Gateway
•
Media Cards in a Media Gateway
•
Survivable Servers
The applications running on a Survivable Server can include Call Server
(equipped with GR Secondary Server package), Terminal Proxy Server
(TPS), Virtual Trunk (Vtrk), Element Manager (EM), and failsafe Network
Routing Service (NRS).
During a Survivable site upgrade, your focus is to upgrade the software
running onthe Survivable Servers. Before you begin upgrading the
Survivable Server software, you must prepare the network and equipment.
The following lists describes the pre-upgrade activities required during a GR
Survivable site upgrade.
•
The Unified Communication Manager (UCM) Primary and Backup
Servers in the CS 1000E network must be upgraded to the latest CS 1000
software.
— UCM member Servers running a previous software release are
supported.
— UCM member Servers running a newer software release than the
UCM Primary and Backup Servers are not supported.
•
The Network Routing Service (NRS) Primary and Secondary Servers in
the CS 1000E network must be upgraded to the latest CS 1000 software.
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— Failsafe NRS Servers running a previous software release are
supported.
— Failsafe NRS Servers running a newer software release than the
NRS Primary Server are not supported.
•
All Gateway Controllers must be upgraded to the latest CS 1000 software
release loadware. The Gateway Controller loadware is provided by the
Call Server software.
— Gateway Controller software is backwards compatible with
previous CS 1000 Call Server software.
— Gateway Controllers running older loadware than the CS 1000 Call
Server are not supported.
•
All Media Cards must be upgraded to Release 6.0 or newer software.
— Media Cards running Release 5.5 and older software are not
supported.
•
Digital telephone and peripheral equipment must be running the same
software release as the Call Server.
— The Call Server software can automatically upgrade TMDI card
loadware.
— Other card loadwares are not automatically upgraded.
•
IP Phone firmware must be upgraded.
— The IP Phone firmware is bundled in the Signaling Server TPS
application.
— The firmware is upgraded automatically if the TPS detects an older
version running on an IP Phone.
Perform the following procedure to prepare the system for a Secondary site
upgrade.
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Procedure 9
Pre-upgrade activities for GR Survivable sites
1
Remove all IP Phone firmware on the TPS Servers at the Secondary
sites. For IP Phone firmware removal procedures, see Avaya Signaling
Server IP Line Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Note: You must perform IP Phone firmware upgrades from the TPS
Servers at the Primary site.
2
Disable the automatic Gateway Controller upgrade option on the
Secondary Call Servers.
LD 143
Load program
DIS AUTOUPGMG
Disable Gateway Controller auto upgrades
3
Ensure all IP Phones are running the latest firmware. If new firmware is
available, upgrade the firmware from the TPS Primary site. For IP Phone
firmware upgrade procedures, see Avaya Signaling Server IP Line
Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
4
Ensure all digital telephones and TMDI packs are running the latest PSDL
firmware. If new PSDL firmware is available, install the new firmware on
the Primary Call Server. Upgrade the digital telephones and TMDI packs
with the new firmware.
5
Ensure the Gateway Controllers are running the latest loadware. If new
MGC loadware is available, upgrade the Gateway Controller from the
Primary Call Server.
End of Procedure
Once the pre-upgrade preparation is complete, perform the network wide
upgrade for a GR Survivable system.
Procedure 10
Upgrading a GR Survivable system
1
Upgrade the UCM Primary and Backup Servers.
2
Upgrade the NRS Primary and Secondary Servers.
3
Upgrade the Survivable Servers at the GR Secondary sites.
—
Backup all data and upgrade the Servers at each Secondary
site. See “Performing the upgrade” on page 129, and Avaya
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Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals
(NN43001-125).
— For Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Servers at Secondary
sites, upgrade the GR Secondary Call Server first. Proceed with
upgrading the remaining Linux-based Servers, see Avaya Linux
Platform Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning
(NN43001-315).
—
During the GR Secondary Call Server upgrade, Avaya
recommends you disable the Gateway Controller automatic
upgrade option.
4
Ensure the Survivable Servers upgraded sucessfully and that the
database converted sucessfully.
5
Once all Secondary site Server upgrades are complete, proceed with
upgrading the Servers at the Primary site.
End of Procedure
If you performed all the GR Secondary site checks and procedures, and the
upgraded Survivable Servers are called into service (WAN outage) before
you complete the Primary Server upgrades, the following events occur:
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The Gateway Controllers successfully register to the GR Secondary Call
Server. The Gateway Controllers are running the latest loadware, and the
MGC automatic upgrade option is disabled on the Secondary Call
Server.
•
The Media Cards successfully register to the GR Secondary Call Server.
The Media Cards are running Release 6.0 or newer software.
•
The IP Phones successfully register with the TPS application on the
Survivable Signaling Server. No firmware upgrades are necessary since
the IP Phones are currently running the latest firmware.
•
The digital telephones and TMDI cards are operational once the Gateway
Controller registers to the Secondary Call Server. No firmware upgrades
are necessary since the digital telephones and TMDI cards are currently
running the latest firmware.
•
The Virtual Trunk Gateway and the Failsafe NRS on the Survivable
Server route SIP trunk calls.
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Once service is restored to the Primary site (WAN connection online), the
following events occur:
•
The Gateway Controllers successfully re-register to the GR Primary Call
Server.
•
The Media Cards successfully re-register to the GR Primary Call Server.
•
The IP Phones successfully re-register with the TPS application on the
Primary Signaling Server.
•
The digital telephones and TMDI cards are operational once the Gateway
Controller re-registers to the Primary Call Server.
•
The Virtual Trunk Gateway at the Primary site and the Primary NRS
route SIP trunk calls.
Making a bootable RMD
The RMD installation CF card ships pre-formatted and bootable from Avaya.
If the Avaya CF card does not boot, you can make it bootable by performing
Procedure 11 on page 114.
For VxWorks based CP PIV and CP PM cards, see Appendix A: “Supported
media and memory sizes.” on page 215 for supported media and memory
sizes. USB devices are not supported.
Note: Avaya does not provide technical support for customer provided
CF cards.
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Perform the following procedure to create a bootable Call Server software CF
card.
CAUTION — Data Loss
The PC utility used in the following procedure
(mkbootrmd.bat) does not validate whether the drive
letter entered is a valid RMD or the size of the media.
You must enter the correct drive letter when prompted or
risk formatting the incorrect drive.
Note: This utility is supported by all versions of
Microsoft Windows.
Procedure 11
Creating a bootable Call Server software CF card
1
Download the latest software load zip file for your platform type (CP PIV,
CP PM) from the Avaya website to a folder on your PC.
2
Navigate to the folder on your PC where you downloaded the file.
3
Extract all files to a temporary folder. Unzip the Call Server software load
zip file to create the following six directories:
•
\backup
•
\install
•
\keycode
•
\licenses
•
\swload
•
\utilities
4
Insert the CF card into the PC.
5
Click on My Computer icon to verify the drive letter assigned to the CF
drive, see Figure 4 on page 115.
In this example, the CF card is assigned to drive letter F.
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Figure 4
Verify CF card drive letter
6
Navigate to the folder on your local PC where you unzipped the Call
Server software load files.
7
Open the Utilities directory and locate the mkbootrmd.bat file, see Figure
5 on page 116.
The mkbootrmd batch file can format the CF card and make the CF card
bootable.
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Figure 5
mkbootrmd.bat folder
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Double click the mkbootrmd.bat file to start the application.
The warning screen is shown, see Figure 6 on page 117. Press any key
to continue.
Figure 6
mkbootrmd.bat
9
Enter the drive letter of your RMD, see Figure 7 on page 118. Use the CF
card drive letter assigned from your PC that you verified in step 5.
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IMPORTANT!
The mkbootrmd.bat file does not verify the drive
assignment. It is possible to format other drives on the PC
or Laptop.
Figure 7
mkbootrmd.bat RMD selection
10 Press Enter to format and create a bootable Call Server CF card. The CF
card formats and the system copies files, see Figure 8 on page 119.
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Figure 8
mkbootrmd.bat creation
11 The boot sector files (bootrom.sys and nvram.sys) are copied making the
RMD bootable. Press any key to continue, see Figure 9 on page 120.
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Figure 9
mkbootrmd.bat confirmation
12 Verify the following message is shown:
”All the specified files are contiguous”.
If this message is not shown, repeat this procedure starting from step 8.
Note: This message indicates that the RMD formatting process is
successful and the CF card is now ready to load the Call Server software
and system components..
13 Press any key to close the mkbootrmd.bat program.
14 Click My Computer to verify the CF drive is renamed to CS 1000BOOT,
see Figure 10 on page 121.
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Figure 10
CS 1000BOOT drive name
15 Double-click the CF drive to verify that it contains the bootrom.sys and
nvram.sys files, see Figure 11 on page 121.
Figure 11
CF card boot files
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16 Navigate the folder on your PC that contains the Call Server software load
folders and files.
17 Copy all the folders to the CF card.
Note: This can take up to 12 minutes depending on the speed of the
computer. The files are copied from the hard drive on the local PC to the
CF card in the CF drive.
When all subfolders and files are copied successfully to the CF card, it
can be used to install or upgrade the software on a Call Server.
18 Remove the CF card from the CF drive and label it appropriately.
An example for a label is, Call Processor, CS-x.xx.xx, where x.xx.xx
represents the Call Server software version.
End of Procedure
Connecting a terminal
Procedure 12
Connecting a terminal
A maintenance terminal is required to access the Call Servers during the
upgrade procedure.
1
Connect a terminal to the COM 1 port on the faceplate of the CP PIV card
or the Serial Port 0 on the CP PM card of the Call Server.
Note: In case of HA, connect to inactive Call Server.
2
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The settings for the terminal are:
a.
Terminal type: VT100
b.
9600 Baud
c.
Data bits: 8
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d.
Parity: N
e.
Stop bits: 1
f.
Flow control: none
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End of Procedure
Printing site data
Print site data to preserve a record of the system configuration (Table 15 on
page 123). Verify that all information is correct. Make corrections as
necessary.
Note: Items marked with an asterisk (*) are required. Other items are
recommended for a total system status.
Table 15
Print site data (Part 1 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Terminal blocks for all TNs
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
TN
CDEN
CUST
DATE
PAGE
DES
Directory Numbers
PRT
TNB
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
CUST
PRT
DNB
<cr>
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Table 15
Print site data (Part 2 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Attendant Console data block for all customers
LD 20
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
CUST
PRT
ATT, 2250
<cr>
LD 21
LD 21
REQ
TYPE
CUST
PRT
CDB
<cr>
*Customer data block for all customers
Route data block for all customers
LD 21
REQ
TYPE
CUST
ROUT
ACOD
*Configuration Record
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
*Software packages
PRT
CFN
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
*Software issue
PRT
PKG
LD 22
REQ
Tape ID
ISS
LD 22
REQ
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RDB
Customer number
<cr>
<cr>
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Table 15
Print site data (Part 3 of 4)
Site data
Print command
* Peripheral software versions
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
PRT
PSWV
LD 22
Used and unused ISM
parameters.
REQ
TYPE
ACD data block for all customers
LD 23
REQ
TYPE
CUST
ACDN
Multi-purpose ISDN Signaling Processor
(MISP) card
LD 27
DTI/PRI data block for all customers
LD 73
Print the configured host information
REQ
TYPE
LOOP
APPL
PH
PRT
SLT
PRT
ACD
Customer Number
ACD DN (or <CR>)
PRT
MISP
loop number (0-158)
<cr>
<cr>
REQ
TYPE
PRT
DDB
LD 117
PRT HOST (provides
system IP addresses)
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Table 15
Print site data (Part 4 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Superloops and XPEs
LD 97
REQ
TYPE
SUPL
CHG
SUPL
Vxxx
V stands for a virtual
superloop and xxx is
the number of the
virtual superloop.
xxx = 0-252 in
multiples of four for
MG 1000E
xxx = 96-112 in
multiples of four for
MG 1000T (See Table
29)
Note: Items marked with asterisks (*) are required printout for conversion. Other items are
recommended for a total system status.
Performing a template audit
A template audit (LD 01) reviews the templates in your system. Corrupted
and duplicate templates are cleaned up. An example of the information
generated during the audit is listed below.
Note: The template audit may take an extended period of time on large
systems. Run the audit during a low traffic period.
CAUTION
Loss of Data
Do not abort this overlay until the audit is complete. If the
overlay is interrupted, data will be corrupted.
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The audit begins as soon as LD 01 is entered.
CONFIRM TEMPLATE AUDIT NOW? (Y/N) Y
STARTING PBX TEMPLATE SCAN
STARTING SL1 TEMPLATE SCAN
TEMPLATE 0001 USER COUNT OK CHECKSUM OK
TEMPLATE 0002 USER COUNT OK CHECKSUM OK
Backing up the database (CP PIV and CP PM data dump)
Procedure 13
Performing a data dump to backup the customer database:
1
Log into the system.
2
Insert a CF card into the active Core/Net RMD slot to back up the
database.
3
Load the Equipment Data Dump Program (LD 43). At the prompt, enter:
4
LD 43
Load program.
.
EDD
When “EDD000” appears on the terminal, enter:
EDD
Begin the data dump.
CAUTION — Service Interruption
Loss of Data
If the data dump is not successful, do not continue;
contact your technical support organization. A data
dump problem must be corrected before proceeding.
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5
When “DATADUMP COMPLETE” and “DATABASE BACKUP
COMPLETE” will appear once the data dump is complete.
****
6
Exit program
The message “Backup process to local Removable Media Device ended
successfully” appears. Remove and label the CF card.
End of Procedure
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Performing the upgrade
Reviewing upgrade requirements
WARNING
Loss of Data
CP PM VxWorks systems do not require a BIOS upgrade
for CS 1000 Release 7.5. A BIOS upgrade can be
required for CP PM cards deployed as a Linux based
Signaling Server for CS 1000 Release 7.5.
This section describes the minimum software required for CS 1000
Release 7.5. Verify that all software has been received.
Before the upgrade, check that items on the order form are also on the packing
slip. Check that all items been received. If any items are missing, contact your
supplier for replacements before you begin the upgrade.
WARNING
Service Interruption
DO NOT proceed with the upgrade if any of the required
items are missing. All items must be received to
complete the upgrade.
Software Install Kits
The Software Install Kits are generic sets of software and utility programs
that are specific to a single release and issue of software. Obtain a new kit
when upgrading to a new release or issue of software.
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Table 16 lists the contents of the Software Install Kits for CP PIV and CP PM.
Table 16
Contents of the Software Install Kits
CP PIV Compact Flash Software Install Kit (NTE907YBE5)
Item
Quantity
Description
CF card (512 MByte)
1
A CF card containing the Install Software files, CS 1000
Release 7.5 software, Dep. Lists (PEPs), and the
keycode file.
CF card (128 MByte)
1
Blank for backup
Documentation
CD-ROM
1
Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 Documentation CD
CP PM Compact Flash Software Install Kit (NTM442CD)
CF card (512 MByte)
1
A CF card containing the Install Software files, CS 1000
Release 7.5 software, Dep. Lists (PEPs), and the
keycode file. This applies to VXworks systems only.
CF card (128 MByte)
1
Blank for backup
CF card (1 GByte)
1
Blank for CP PM card
Documentation
CD-ROM
1
Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 Documentation CD
Splitting the Call Servers
Note: Procedure 14 on page 131 and Procedure 15 on page 132 are not
applicable to a CS 1000E SA system.
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Procedure 14
Checking that Call Server 0 is active
To upgrade Call Server 1, verify that Call Server 0 is the active side
performing call processing:
1
2
3
Verify that Call Server 0 is active.
LD 135
Load program
STAT CPU
Get the status of the CPUs
If Core 1 is active, make Core 0 active:
SCPU
Switch to Call Server 0 (if necessary)
****
Exit program
Stat Health of the CPU and memory:
LD 135
STAT HEALTH
Get status of CPU and memory
****
Exit the program
Note: If there is a health mismatch, take steps to correct the issue,
including contacting Avaya Technical Support, before proceeding with the
upgrade.
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Procedure 15
Splitting the Call Servers
1
In Call Server 0,enter the SPLIT command from LD 135.
LD 135
Load program
SPLIT
Split the Call Servers
****
Exit program
The system is now in split mode, with call processing on
Call Server 0.
Upgrading to CS 1000E Release 7.5 (CP PIV or CP PM)
Upgrading the software
Perform Procedure 16 to upgrade CP PIV or CP PM systems to
CS 1000E Release 7.5
If upgrading a CS 1000E HA system:
•
Call Servers must be split before the upgrade, see Procedure 15
•
Upon completion of the Call Server 1 upgrade, you must perform the
procedure again and upgrade Call Server 0. Following the upgrades, the
Call Servers must be joined.
Procedure 16
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1
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Check that a terminal is connected to COM 1 port in Call Server 1 (inactive
core). The settings for the terminal are:
a.
Terminal type: VT100
b.
9600 Baud
c.
Data bits: 8
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d.
Parity: N
e.
Stop bits: 1
f.
Flow control: none
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2
Insert the installation software RMD into the CF card slot on Call Server 1
(inactive core).
3
Perform a KDIF in LD 143. See Table 23 on page 207.
4
Press the manual RESET button on the Call Server 1 (inactive core) card
faceplate.
5
For CP PM version 1 cards, after you are prompted (see Figure 12), press
F to "force board to boot from faceplate drive" (the prompt may appear
twice if booting a CP PM card that has had software previously installed).
For CP PM version 2 cards (NTDW66CAE5/E6; NTDW99CAE5/E6),
press F immediately after the card starts to boot (see Figure 13) to load
the boot action menu.
The prompt is replaced by [Entering boot action menu] in
acknowledgement. When the memory test completes the boot action
menu displays (see Figure 14 on page 134).
Using the cursor keys, move the highlight to the Faceplate RMD row and
press Enter to boot from the faceplate CF card..
Figure 12
CP PM version 1 boot sequence
Figure 13
CP PM version 2 boot prompt
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Figure 14
CP PM version 2 boot action menu
6
During SYSLOAD, the following prompt appears:
Read boot parameters from:
F: Faceplate compact flash
H: Hard Drive
0 [H]
Press F to boot from the compact flash (which contains the software).
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7
Press <CR> at the initial Install Tool screen.
8
Observe the following PE/EPE and PDT password warnings. Following
each warning, press y or <CR> to proceed
WARNING:
This software does not support TNs
configured on PE/EPE shelves. Upgrading to
this software release will permanently
disable all TNs configured on PE/EPE and
will not allow new TNs to be configured.
Proceed with the upgrade? (Y/N) y
WARNING:
Upgrading from pre-Release 4.5 software to
Release 4.5 or higher will result in the
system PDT passwords being reset to default.
Proceed with the upgrade? (Y/N) y
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9
Press u or <CR> at the Main Menu to enter the install menu (keycode
authorization).
M A I N
M E N U
The Software Installation Tool will install or
upgrade Communication Server 1000 Software,
Database and the CP-BOOTROM. You will be
prompted throughout the installation and given
the opportunity to quit at any time.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <u> - To Install menu
<t> - To Tools menu.
<q> - Quit.
Enter Choice> <u>
The system searches for available keycode files in the “keycode” directory
on the RMD.
10 The system displays the keycode file(s) available, see the following
example Select the keycode you require on the system.:
The following keycode files are available on the
removable media:
Name
Size
--------------------
-------
Date
Time
-----
<CR> -> <1> -keycode.kcd 1114 mon-d-year hr:min
<2> - KCport60430m.kcd
1114 mon-d-year hr:min
<q> - Quit
Enter choice> 2
Note: A maximum of 20 keycode files can be stored under the “keycode”
directory on the RMD. The keycode files must have the same extension
“.kcd”.
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The system validates the selected keycode and displays the software release
and machine type authorized.
Validating keycode ...
Copying "/cf2/keycode/KCport60430m.kcd" to "/u/
keycode" Copy OK: 1114 bytes copied
The provided keycode authorizes the install of
xxxx software (all subissues) for machine type
xxxx (CP xx processor on <system>).
11 The software release displayed depends on the keycode file content. The
system requests keycode validation Press y or <CR> to confirm and
continue to the next step, or press n to select a different keycode..
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
================================================
Please confirm that this keycode matches the
System S/W on the RMD.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, the keycode matches.
Go on to Install Menu.
<n> - No, the keycode does not match.
Try another keycode.
Enter choice>
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12 The system displays the Install Menu. Press a or <CR>.
Note: Option A uses the existing database on the FMD. Option B allows
you to install a pre-configured database from a CF card..
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
I N S T A L L
M E N U
The Software Installation Tool will
install or upgrade Communication Server 1000
Software, Database and the CP-BOOTROM. You will be
prompted throughout the installation and given the
opportunity to quit at any time.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <a> - To install Software, CP-BOOTROM.
<b> - To install Software, Database,
CP-BOOTROM.
<c> - To install Database only.
<d> - To install CP-BOOTROM only.
<t> - To go to the Tools menu.
<k> - To install Keycode only.
For Feature Expansion, use OVL143.
<p> - To install 3900 set Languages.
<q> - Quit.
Enter Choice> <a>
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13 Perform this step for CP PM only. Confirm the CP PM side location.
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
This CS 1000 Call Processor is set to side 0
Please confirm that the side information is
correct.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, the side information is
correct.
<n> - No, the side information is
incorrect. Go on to Side Setting Menu.
Enter choice> <CR>
i.
Press y or <CR> to confirm correct CP PM side location.
OR
ii.
Press n to configure side setting for CP PM card.
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14 Perform this step for CP PM only. Confirm IPMG loop and shelf location.
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
This CS 1000 Call Processor is currently located
in the IPMG configured as:
loop 0
shelf 0
Please confirm that the IPMG loop and shelf
information is correct.
Note: If the IPMG has not been configured
yet, the IPMG loop and shelf information can be
left as the current value. To update the loop and
the shelf information later, use OVL117.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, the IPMG loop and shelf
information is correct.
<n> - No, the IPMG loop and shelf
information is incorrect. Go on to Loop/Shelf
Setting Menu.
Enter choice>
i.
Press y or <CR> to confirm correct IPMG loop and shelf
information.
OR
ii.
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15 Ensure the RMD containing the installation software is installed in the
drive and press a or <CR>.
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
Please insert the Removable Media Device into the
drive on Core x.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <a> - RMD is now in drive.
Continue with s/w checking.
<q> - Quit.
Enter choice> <CR>
The system displays the release of the software found on RMD under the
“swload” directory and requests confirmation to continue the installation.
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
The RMD contains System S/W version xxxx.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, this is the correct
version. Continue.
<n> - No, this is not the correct version.
Try another RMD or a different keycode.
Enter choice> <CR>
16 Confirm software installation
a.
If the RMD contains the correct software release, press y or <CR>
and continue to step 17 on page 142.
b.
If the software release is not correct and you want to replace the
RMD, insert the correct RMD in the drive, press <CR>,and continue
to step 17 on page 142.
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c.
If you want to replace the keycode, press n and follow the prompts.
17 Press y or <CR> for the Dependency Lists installation and follow the
prompts shown in the following example.
Note: If Dependency Lists are not installed on media, the following
prompts do not appear. Proceed to step 18 on page 142.
Do you want to install Dependency Lists?
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, Do the Dependency Lists
installation
<n> - No, Continue without
Dependency Lists installation
Enter choice>
The default choice is YES as shown
in the prompt.
If the choice is no, then the
following prompt will appear for the confirmation:
Are you sure?
Please enter:
<CR> -> <n> - No, Go to the Dependency List menu
<y> - Yes, Go to the next menu
Enter choice>
The default choice is NO which will
return the user to
deplist menu.
18 Enable or disable the Centralized Software Upgrade (CSU) option
a.
Press y or <CR> to enable the CSU and proceed to step 19 on
page 143.
OR
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Press n to disable the CSU and proceed to step 20 on page 144..
Enable Automatic Centralized Software Upgrade
(CSU) Feature?
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes
<n> - No
19 Select a CSU upgrade mode:
Set Automatic Centralized Software Upgrade Mode
to:
Please enter:
<CR> -> <1> - Sequential
<2> - Simultaneous
Enter choice>
>Processing the install control file ...
>Installing release 0700x
a.
Press 1 or <CR> to select sequential upgrade mode. Upgrades to the
Media Gateways perform across the LAN in a sequential manner.
One Media Gateway is upgraded at a time. No other Media Gateway
upgrades are initiated until the current Media Gateway completes its
installation.
OR
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b.
Press 2 to select simultaneous upgrade mode. Upgrades to the
Media Gateways perform simultaneously across the LAN. Up to eight
Media Gateways can upgrade at the same time. If there are more
than eight Media Gateways, the upgrade to the next Media Gateway
begins after the upgrade of one Media Gateway is complete. The
following warning is presented to the installer:
WARNING:
Call Processing is not guaranteed to operate on
the call server during simultaneous upgrades.
Do you wish to proceed? (y/n)
Press y to proceed with a simultaneous upgrade.
20 IThe PSDL files menu appears. Select the appropriate choice for your
geographic location.
*************************************************
PSDL INSTALLATION MENU
The PSDL contains the loadware for all
downloadable cards in the system and loadware for
M3900 series sets.
*************************************************
Select ONE of the SEVEN PSDL files:
1. Global 10 Languages
2. Western Europe 10 Languages
3. Eastern Europe 10 Languages
4. North America 6 Languages
5. Spare Group A
6. Spare Group B
7. Packaged Languages
[Q]uit, <CR> - default
By default option 1 will be selected.
Enter your choice ->x
>Copying new PSDL ...
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21 The installation summary screen appears. Verify the parameters and
press <CR> when ready.
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22 Press <CR> to confirm and continue upgrade.
Note: Once confirmed, the system copies the software from RMD to
FMD (the files copied are listed). This file copy takes between 5 and 10
minutes to complete.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, start upgrade.
<n> - No, stop upgrade. Return to the Main
Menu.
Enter choice>
>Checking system configuration
You selected to upgrade Software release: XXXX to
release: xxxx. This will erase all old system
files.
This will create all necessary directories and
pre-allocate files on the hard disk.
You may continue with software upgrade or quit
now and leave your software unchanged.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <a> - Continue with upgrade.
<q> - Quit.
Enter choice>
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23 Successful installation confirmation appears, press <CR> to continue.
Communication Server 1000 Software/Database/
BOOTROM RMD Install Tool
=================================================
Software release xxxx was installed successfully
on Core x.
All files were copied from RMD to FMD.
Please press <CR> when ready ...
24 Press <CR> after confirming the Installation summary.
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25 The main install menu appears, press q to quit.
I N S T A L L
M E N U
The Software Installation Tool will
install or upgrade Succession Enterprise System
Software, Database and the CP-BOOTROM. You will be
prompted throughout the installation and given the
opportunity to quit at any time.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <a> - To install Software, CP-BOOTROM.
<b> - To install Software, Database,
CP-BOOTROM.
<c> - To install Database only.
<d> - To install CP-BOOTROM only.
<t> - To go to the Tools menu.
<k> - To install Keycode only.
For Feature Expansion, use OVL143.
<p> - To install 3900 set Languages.
<q> - Quit.
Enter Choice> q
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26 Confirm quit and reboot. Press <CR> to quit. Press <CR> again to reboot.
You selected to quit. Please confirm.
Please enter:
<CR> -> <y> - Yes, quit.
<n> - No, DON'T quit.
Enter choice> <CR>
You selected to quit the Install Tool.
You may reboot the system or return to the Main
Menu.
-----------------------------DO NOT REBOOT USING RESET BUTTON!!!
------------------------------
Please enter:
<CR> -> <a> - Reboot the system.
<m> - Return to the Main menu.
Enter Choice> <CR>
>Removing temporary file "/u/disk3521.sys"
>Removing temporary file "/u/disk3621.sys"
>Rebooting system ...
The system reloads and initializes.
End of Procedure
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To continue a CP PIV or CP PM software upgrade, proceed to Procedure 17
on page 150.
Note: On the Call Server, secure/insecure transfer and shell status will
not be changed when restoring the Call Server database.
Verifying the upgraded database
Procedure 17
Verifying the upgraded database
1
Log into the Call Server database.
2
Print post-upgrade site data in Table 17. Compare a record of the system
configuration from the pre-upgrade print out from Table 15 on page 123.
Note: Items marked with an asterisk (*) are required. Other items are
recommended for a total system status. Terminal Numbers and Directory
Numbers may not be printed depending on size of printed output.
Table 17
Print site data (Part 1 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Terminal blocks for all TNs
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
TN
CDEN
CUST
DATE
PAGE
DES
Directory Numbers
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
CUST
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<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
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DNB
<cr>
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Table 17
Print site data (Part 2 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Attendant Console data block for all customers
LD 20
LD 20
REQ
TYPE
CUST
PRT
ATT, 2250
<cr>
LD 21
LD 21
REQ
TYPE
CUST
PRT
CDB
<cr>
*Customer data block for all customers
Route data block for all customers
LD 21
REQ
TYPE
CUST
ROUT
ACOD
*Configuration Record
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
*Software packages
PRT
PKG
LD 22
REQ
REQ
* Peripheral software versions
PRT
CFN
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
*Software issue and tape ID
PRT
RDB
Customer number
<cr>
<cr>
ISS
TID
LD 22
REQ
TYPE
PRT
PSWV
LD 22
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Table 17
Print site data (Part 3 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Used and unused ISM
parameters.
REQ
TYPE
ACD data block for all customers
LD 23
REQ
TYPE
CUST
ACDN
Multi-purpose ISDN Signaling Processor
(MISP) card
LD 27
DTI/PRI data block for all customers
LD 73
Print the configured host information
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REQ
TYPE
LOOP
APPL
PH
PRT
SLT
PRT
ACD
Customer Number
ACD DN (or <CR>)
PRT
MISP
loop number (0-158)
<cr>
<cr>
REQ
TYPE
PRT
DDB
LD 117
PRT HOST (provides
system IP addresses)
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Table 17
Print site data (Part 4 of 4)
Site data
Print command
Superloops and XPEs
LD 97
REQ
TYPE
SUPL
CHG
SUPL
Vxxx
V stands for a virtual
superloop and xxx is
the number of the
virtual superloop.
xxx = 0-252 in
multiples of four for
MG 1000E
xxx = 96-112 in
multiples of four for
MG 1000T (See Table
29)
Note: Items marked with asterisks (*) are required printout for conversion. Other items are
recommended for a total system status.
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3
Print the history file in LD 22 to flag any sysxxx messages.
LD 22
Load program
REQ
PRT
TYPE
AHST
CUST
xx
Press enter until returned to the REQ prompt.
Then **** to Exit program
4
Perform a datadump. For CP PIV and CP PM, see “Performing a data
dump to backup the customer database:” on page 161.
Reconfiguring I/O parameters and call registers
Procedure 18
Reconfiguring I/O ports and call registers
1
For detailed information on call registers, see Avaya Communication
Server 1000E: Planning and Engineering (NN43041-220). If changes are
required, reconfigure the values in LD 17 below.
Note: If call registers have changed during the upgrade, they do not take
effect until the system initializes.
LD 17
Load program
CHG
CFN
PARM YES
500B 1000
Use 1000 as a minimum value
NCR 20000
Use 20000 as a minimum value
Press enter until returned to the REQ prompt.
Then **** to Exit program
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Print the Configuration Record to confirm the changes made above:
LD 22
Load program
REQ PRT
Set the print Option
TYPE CFN
Print the configuration
Press enter until returned to the REQ prompt.
Then **** to Exit program
End of Procedure
At this point, all-processing dependent associated
applications must be shut down.
Switching call processing to Call Server 1
Note: For network planning best practices refer to Avaya Planning the
Network-wide upgrade (NN43001-406).
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Procedure 19
Switching call processing
1
Enter LD 135 on Call Server 0 and issue the CUTOVR command. Call
processing switches to Call Server 1 and service is interrupted.
LD 135
2
CUTOVR
Transfer call processing from active Call Server
to standby Call Server
****
Exit program
After Call Server 1 initializes, use the local UCM Administrator account to
logon to Call Server 1. Verify that the cutover was successful and that all
hardware is operational. Perform acceptance testing as required.
Call Server 1 is now the active CP.
End of Procedure
Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware
See “Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware” on page 174.
Generally, it takes up to 5 minutes to upgrade each Voice Gateway Media
Card. A completion message appears for each card when the loadware
upgrade is complete.
Upgrading the software on Call Server 0
To upgrade the software on Call Server 0 for CP PIV or CP PM, complete
Procedure 16 on page 132 (assume all references to Call Server 1 are now
Call Server 0).
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Making the system redundant
Procedure 20
Making the system redundant
LD 135
Load program
JOIN
Join the 2 CPUs together to become redundant
Register the Call Server to the security domain
Perform the following procedure to register the Call Server to the security
domain. Security domain registration is required if you are upgrading from
CS 1000 Release 5.5 or lower, or if the system is not already registered to the
UCM security domain.
Procedure 21
Registering the Call Server to the security domain
LD 117
Load program
REGISTER
UCMSECURITY
SYSTEM FORCE
Registers the Call Server to the security
domain
You can register and unregister a Call Server with the [REGISTER /
UNREGISTER] UCMSECURITY SYSTEM FORCE command. For more
information, see Avaya Security Management (NN43001-604).
Logoff and login to the Call Server
You must logoff and login to the Call Server using the UCM account that was
created when UCM was configured. For details, see Avaya Unified
Communications Management Common Services Fundamentals
(NN43001-116).
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Completing the upgrade
Testing the Call Servers
Procedure 22
Testing Call Server 0
At this point in the upgrade, the inactive Call Server is tested from the active
Call Server. Upon successful completion of these tests, call processing is
switched and the same tests are performed again.
From the active Call Server , perform the following tests on the inactive
Call Server:
1
Perform a redundancy sanity test:
LD 135
2
STAT CPU
Get status of CPU and memory
TEST CPU
Test the CPU
Check the LCD states
a.
Perform a visual check of the LCDs.
b.
Test and LCDs:
LD 135
DSPL ALL
c.
3
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Test the System Utility card
LD 135
Load program
STAT SUTL
Get the status of the System Utility card
TEST SUTL
Test the System Utility card
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5
6
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Check the system health.
LD 135
Load program
STAT HEALTH
Check system health
Test system redundancy and media devices:
LD 137
Load program
TEST RDUN
Test redundancy
Clear the display and minor alarms on both Call Servers:
LD 135
Load program
CDSP
Clear the displays on the cores
CMAJ
Clear major alarms
CMIN ALL
Clear minor alarms
7
Check dial tone.
8
Check applications (CallPilot, Symposium, Meridian Mail, etc.)
End of Procedure
Switch call processing
Procedure 23
Switching call processing
LD 135
Load program
SCPU
Switch call processing from Call Server
x to Call Server x
End of Procedure
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Procedure 24
Testing the Call Server
From the active Call Server , perform these tests on the inactive Call Server:
1
2
Perform a redundancy sanity test:
LD 135
Load program
STAT CPU
Get status of CPU and memory
TEST CPU
Test the CPU
Check the LCD states.
a.
Perform a visual check of the LCDs.
b.
Test LCDs:
LD 135
Load program
DSPL ALL
c.
3
4
5
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Check that the LCD display matches the software check.
Test the System Utility card:
LD 135
Load program
STAT SUTL
Get the status of the System Utility card
TEST SUTL
Test the System Utility card
Test system redundancy and media devices:
LD 137
Load program
TEST RDUN
Test redundancy
****
Exit the program
Clear the display and minor alarms on both Call Servers:
LD 135
Load program
CDSP
Clear the displays on the Call Servers
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Clear major alarms
CMIN ALL
Clear minor alarms
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6
Check dial tone.
7
Check applications (CallPilot, Symposium, Meridian Mail, etc.)
End of Procedure
Switching call processing
Procedure 25
Switching call processing
LD 135
Load program
SCPU
Switch call processing from the active
Call Server the inactive Call Server
End of Procedure
Performing a customer backup CP PIV/CP PM data dump
(upgraded release)
Procedure 26
Performing a data dump to backup the customer database:
1
Log into the system.
2
Insert a CF card into the active Call Server RMD slot to back up the
database.
3
Load the Equipment Data Dump Program (LD 43). At the prompt, enter:
4
LD 43
Load program.
.
EDD
When “EDD000” appears on the terminal, enter:
EDD
Begin the data dump.
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CAUTION
Loss of Data
If the data dump is not successful, do not continue;
contact your technical support organization. A data
dump problem must be corrected before proceeding.
5
When “DATADUMP COMPLETE” and “DATABASE BACKUP
COMPLETE” appear on the terminal, enter:
****
Exit program
End of Procedure
The upgrade is now complete.
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Contents
This section contains information on the following topics:
Things to know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
163
Task summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
166
Verify current loadware versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Determine Voice Gateway Media Card loadware version . . . . . . . .
167
167
Obtain and upload loadware files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
171
Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
174
Upgrade loadware using a Software Delivery card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
178
Note: You must use Element Manager to add Media Cards and Media
Gateway Controllers to Communication Server 1000 or Communication
Server 1000 HS systems. If you use CLI to configure these elements, you
must save the configurations again using Element Manager. If you
upgrade a system to Communication Server 1000 Release 7.0 from an
older release you must use EM to save the existing Media Card and
Media Gateway Controller configurations. Otherwise, the elements do
not appear in the IPSec targets list.
Things to know
The Line Terminal Proxy Server (LTPS) portion of the Voice Gateway Media
Card application is not supported in Avaya Communication Server 1000
Release 7.5. Only the Voice Gateway (VGW) application is supported on all
Voice Gateway Media Cards.
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During the Signaling Server upgrade, the Install Tool copies Voice Gateway
Media Card loadware files to the Signaling Server. Element Manager uses
these files to upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Cards to the other
components in the IP Telephony nodes.
Before you perform a Voice Gateway Media Card upgrade, verify that the
Call Server and Voice Gateway Media Cards are registered to the Security
Domain. Avaya recommends you register all Voice Gateway Media Cards to
the same Security Domain as the Call Server.
Secure Shell (SSH) Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is installed and
enabled on Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 systems by default. This secure
protocol replaces regular File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and other insecure data
transfer protocols for several CS 1000 applications.
For Voice Gateway Media Cards that cannot be registered to the same
Security Domain as the Call Server, you must enable FTP insecure file
transfers on the system before performing the upgrade. To support FTP
transfers, you must enable FTP on the Call Server, enable FTP on the Voice
Gateway Media Cards, and disable SFTP on the Voice Gateway Media Cards.
For more information on FTP and SFTP, see Avaya Security Management
(NN43001-604).
For more information about telephone operation during firmware download,
see Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals
(NN43001-125) or Avaya Branch Office: Installation and Configuration
(553-3001-214).
To upgrade loadware and software, be sure to have the Signaling Server
Media from the Upgrades kit on hand.
If an Upgrade kit was not purchased, refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line
Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125) for information on how to create
a Signaling Server Media.
Alternatively, download the software from the Avaya web site and upload
new loadware and firmware from the management workstation to Element
Manager. Refer to “Obtain and upload loadware files” on page 171.
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Gateway Controller loadware
The Media Gateway Controller (MGC), Media Gateway Extended Peripheral
Equipment Controller (MG XPEC), and Common Processor Media Gateway
(CP MG) card run the same MGC loadware. A run time check identifies
which hardware platform the MGC loadware is running on, controlling the
flow of software appropriate for each platform,
If one half of the MG XPEC dual card assembly is not configured, the other
configured half functions normally.
The MG XPEC registers to the Call Server as two separate Media Gateway
shelves, each with a Media Gateway type of MGX. The MG XPEC card
communicates with the Call Server through the ELAN instead of the DS30Y
TDM loops used by the previous XPEC card.
The CP MG card registers to the Call Server with a Media Gateway type of
MGS. The CP MG card functions as a Server and a Gateway Controller while
occupying Slot 0 in a Media Gateway.
Note: The IPMG package must be enabled for the Call Server to accept
IP Media Gateway connections.
Table 18 on page 165 provides a list of loadware files used by Gateway
Controllers
Table 18 (Part 1 of 2)
Loadware files used by Gateway Controllers
Loadware
Name
Description
Notes
MGCCXX##
The CSP load which
contains the Avaya code
to control the MGX during
normal operation.
A run time checks to determine the Gateway
Controller platform.
MGCBXX##
This is the boot code.
A run time checks to determine the Gateway
Controller platform.
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Loadware files used by Gateway Controllers
Loadware
Name
Description
Notes
MGCGXX##
The gold image installed at
manufacturing.
A run time checks to determine the Gateway
Controller platform.
MGCAXX##
This is the application file
for special functionality.
A run time checks to determine the Gateway
Controller platform.
MGCFXX##
The FPGA load.
The internal FPGA files are different for the
Gateway Controller platforms. The install routine
programs the correct file into the FPGA based on
platform.
MGCMXX##
Mindspeed load for the
Chagall.
DSP1XX##
Mindspeed load for
96-port DSP DB.
DSP2XX##
Mindspeed load for
32-port DSP DB.
DSP3XX##
Mindspeed load for
128-port DSP DB.
Task summary
To upgrade loadware and software, perform the following tasks:
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Verify the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware version.
2
Upgrade the software on all of the Voice Gateway Media Cards.
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Verify current loadware versions
Write down the loadware version for each Voice Gateway Media Card.
Compare the loadware version with the latest recommended software release
on the Avaya web site.
If the Voice Gatewy Media Card software are not up-to-date, upgrade the
Voice Gateway Media Card with the latest software files.
Determine Voice Gateway Media Card loadware version
To determine the version of loadware on the Voice Gateway Media Card,
follow the steps in Procedure 27, Procedure 28, or Procedure 29 on page 170.
Procedure 27
Determining loadware version during boot sequence
1
Attach a serial cable from the workstation to the maintenance port of the
Voice Gateway Media Card.
2
Reset the card.
3
Observe the boot sequence and look for a software version message
similar to the following example:
Software Version: IPL-5.xx
Management IP: 192.167.100.5
Host Type: Voice Gateway Media Card
Firmware Version: MC Firmware Rls 6.7
End of Procedure
Procedure 28
Determining the loadware version through Element Manager
1
Select Software from the System portion of the Element Manager
Navigation Tree.
2
Click Voice Gateway Media Card from the expanded Software menu.
The Voice Gateway Media Card (VGMC) Loadware Upgrade page
appears. See Figure 15 on page 168.
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Figure 15
Voice Gateway Media Card (LW) Upgrade window
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Expand a node and select a card in the node.
See Figure 16.
Figure 16
LW Version
4
Click the LW Version button located to the right of the card information.
The loadware version running on the card is displayed in the pane in the
center of the Voice Gateway Media Card (LW) page, as shown in
Figure 17 on page 170.
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Figure 17
Loadware version displayed
5
Note the loadware version for the card.
End of Procedure
Procedure 29
Determining the loadware version through the CLI
Detailed procedures can be found in Avaya Signaling Server IP Line
Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
1
Telnet to a Voice Gateway Media Card.
2
Log in with a user name and password.
3
View the login banner, and look for a software version message similar to
the following example:
Software Version: IPL-5.xx
Management IP: 192.167.100.5
Host Type: Voice Gateway Media Card
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Firmware Version: MC Firmware Rls 6.7
4
Alternatively, view the syslog and look for a software version message.
Note: The Voice Gateway Media Card syslog is also available for
viewing from Element Manager.
End of Procedure
Obtain and upload loadware files
This information is provided in the event that the Signaling Server Media is
not available. It provides information on how to download the necessary files
from the Avaya Software Download web site to a management workstation,
and how to upload the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware and IP Phone
upgrade firmware from the management workstation to the Signaling Server.
Procedure 30 on page 172 describes how to upload the Voice Gateway Media
Card loadware and IP Phone firmware from the management workstation to
the Signaling Server. Firmware and loadware upgrade files come with the
Signaling Server Media included in the Upgrade kit, or from the Avaya
Software Download web site.
If the latest Voice Gateway Media Card loadware and IP Phone firmware files
were copied from the CD to the Signaling Server hard drive during the
Signaling Server installation, there is no need to follow Procedure 30. If the
latest versions of the loadware and firmware are already installed on the
Signaling Server, then go to “Upgrading Voice Gateway Media Card
loadware” on page 174.
Follow the steps in Procedure 30 to upload the Voice Gateway Media Card
loadware and IP Phone firmware from the management workstation to the
Signaling Server.
To complete this procedure, use a management PC that is on the same
network as the Signaling Server for Element Manager.
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Procedure 30
Obtaining and uploading loadware and firmware
1
Obtain the latest software installation files for the Voice Gateway Media
Card loadware and IP Phone firmware. Download the files from
www.avaya.com/support to the management PC. Choose the product from
the alphabetical list and click Downloads. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
2
Locate the saved files and double-click the *.zip file.
The zipped file opens in a compression utility program and the
decompressed files are listed.
For Phase 1 IP Phone 2004, the IP Phone firmware files have the format
‘0602BNN.BIN’
For Phase 1 IP Phone 2002, the IP Phone firmware files have the format
‘0603BNN.BIN’
For Phase 2 IP Phones 2001, 2002 and 2004, the IP Phone firmware files
have the format ‘0604DNN.BIN’
where:
06 is the design site location code
02 or 03 is the IP Phone type:
B is the release: {B = 1, C = 2, D = 3 ...}
xx is the firmware version
The Voice Gateway Media Card loadware files have the format
‘IPL500xx.mc32s’ and ‘IPL600xx.sa’.
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Log into Element Manager.
4
Using Software> File upload (see Figure 18 on page 173), browse to the
software files on the workstation and upload them to the Signaling Server.
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Figure 18
Upload firmware, software, and loadware
Note 1: After uploading the file to Element Manager, the file remains on
this Signaling Server.
Note 2: If there is more than one Signaling Server, the software files
uploaded to a specific Signaling Server are not copied to another
Signaling Server. It is unnecessary to copy files to other node
components, as having a Leader Signaling Server enables central
management.
End of Procedure
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Upgrade the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware
This section describes how to upgrade Voice Gateway Media Card loadware
from 3.x to a later version using Element Manager. The cards obtain their
loadware from the Signaling Server.
Follow the steps in Procedure 31 to upgrade Voice Gateway Media Card
loadware.
This procedure assumes the Voice Gateway Media Card upgrade loadware
has already been uploaded to the Signaling Server. See “Obtain and upload
loadware files” on page 171.
Procedure 31
Upgrading Voice Gateway Media Card loadware
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Log into Element Manager.
2
For the remote Voice Gateway Media Card upgrade, choose
Software> Voice Gateway Media Card
3
The Voice Gateway Media Card (VGMC) Loadware Upgrade window
opens. See Figure 19 on page 175.
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Figure 19
Voice Gateway Media Card (LW) upgrade
Note: Since components can run different versions of loadware, click the
LW Version button for a given element to obtain the current loadware
version.
4
Select the loadware file appropriate to the type of Voice Gateway Media
Card that is being upgraded. The filename begins with "IPL".. A sample
list of files available is shown in Figure 19.
5
Open the node and select the Voice Gateway Media Cards to be
upgraded. Select the same type of Voice Gateway Media Card as the
loadware file.
For instance:
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a.
If the loadware file has the extension “.sa”, only select Media Cards
to upgrade.
b.
If the loadware file has the extension ".mc32s", only select MC32S
cards to upgrade.
Note: The maximum number of Voice Gateway Media Cards or other
components that can be upgraded at a time is four, as all files are
simultaneously transferred by FTP.
6
Click the Loadware Upgrade button on the bottom of the Voice Gateway
Media Card (LW) Upgrade window.
7
Click OK for the confirmation messages.
A Loadware Upgrade Progress page is displayed. When the loadware
upgrade is complete, a completion message appears. Generally, it takes
up to 5 minutes for each Media Card.
8
If the card did not successfully receive the loadware, return to step 2 on
page 174. If the upgrade was successful, proceed to step 9.
9
Click IP Network > Maintenance and Reports. The Node Maintenance
and Reports window opens. See Figure 20.
10 Click the node to expand it.
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Figure 20
IP Telephony information
11 Click the Transfer/Status button of the Voice Gateway Media Card to be
rebooted.
Make sure that the display in the window pane (result box) says:
xx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Disabled.
If this is not displayed, disable the Voice Gateway Media Card. Refer to
Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals
(NN43001-125). Repeat step 8 again.
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12 Reboot the card by clicking the Reset button for the Voice Gateway Media
Card in the Node Maintenance and Reports window (System > IP
Network > Maintenance and Reports).
See Figure 20 on page 177.
13 Look at the faceplate display to determine when the card is finished
booting.
14 Click the Status button for the Voice Gateway Media Card in the IP
Telephony Information window and make sure that the message in the
window pane (result box) says:
xx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Enabled.
15 Enable SFTP on the Call Server. For information about enabling SFTP,
refer to Avaya Security Management (NN43001-604).
16 Register the Call Server to the security domain by following the steps in
“Register the Call Server to the security domain” on page 157.
a.
If this fails, register the Voice Gateway Media Card to the security
domain using the SEC_ADMIN command. For more information,
refer to Avaya Security Management (NN43001-604).
17 Repeat from step 9 on page 176 to step 16 for each Voice Gateway
Media Card that received the loadware upgrade.
After the card reboots, transfer IP Telephony node information using
Element Manager. Refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
End of Procedure
Upgrade loadware using a Software Delivery card
An alternative procedure to using Element Manager for the Voice Gateway
Media Card loadware upgrade is using the advanced Command Line
Interface (CLI) procedure to upload the files from a Software Delivery Card.
For more detailed information, refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line
Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Follow the steps in Procedure 32 on page 179 to upgrade the loadware using
a Software Delivery Card.
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This procedure assumes that the loadware was verified from the CLI as
outlined in Procedure 27 on page 167, where a serial cable connects the Voice
Gateway Media Card to a workstation.
Procedure 32
Upgrading loadware using a Software Delivery card
1
Download the loadware from www.avaya.com/support. Choose the product
from the alphabetical list and click Downloads. Follow the instructions on
the screen.
1
For a first-time Voice Gateway Media Card upgrade after a system
upgrade, use the files that are present on the Signaling Server Media.
2
Format a Software Delivery card (or delete the old files from the Software
Delivery Card) and save the relevant loadware files to the card.
The Voice Gateway Media Card loadware files have the format
‘IPL-----.sa’ for the single-slot Media Card.
IMPORTANT!
Do not format the Software Delivery card through Windows or DOS. The
file allocation size does not match that of the Voice Gateway Media
Card. Use the operating system of the card itself to format the Software
Delivery card. Alternatively, simply delete the old files on the Software
Delivery Card.
3
Reset the card.
4
Observe the boot sequence and enter jkl when prompted. Be alert as this
prompt times out within a few seconds.
5
Insert the Software Delivery Card into the Voice Gateway Media Card
slot.
6
Enter the command:
copy “/A:/<filename>”,”/C:/exec”
where <filename> is the name of the file saved to the Software
Delivery Card in step 2.
7
Remove the Software Delivery Card from the slot of the Voice Gateway
Media Card.
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8
Reset the card.
9
Watch the boot messages to confirm the loadware version. Check the
release notes to confirm it is the initial version or later.
End of Procedure
Once the Voice Gateway Media Card loadware has been upgraded, verify
whether or not the IP Phone firmware also requires an upgrade. Check the
loadware release notes to determine which IP Phone firmware versions are
compatible with the Voice Gateway Media Cards. If an upgrade is required,
refer to “Upgrading and distributing IP Phone firmware” on page 185.
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Contents
Taskflow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
182
Supported hardware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
184
IP subnet configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
184
ISP1100 migration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
184
Upgrading and reconfiguring the software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Determining the IP Phone firmware version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performing the software upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
184
184
185
185
Upgrading and distributing IP Phone firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
185
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Taskflow
Avaya Linux Platform Base and Applications Installation and
Commissioning (NN43001-315) provides installation and upgrade
information for the Linux base and applications. You must follow the proper
sequence of events to correctly install or upgrade the Linux base and
applications. Use the task flow information below to determine the proper
steps for the installation or upgrade of the Linux base and applications.
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Figure 21 Signaling Server task flow
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Supported hardware
Avaya Communication Server 1000 Release 7.5 supports the following
Signaling Servers:
•
Common Processor Pentium Mobile (CP PM) card
•
Common Processor Dual Core (CP DC) card
•
Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers
— IBM X306m server (COTS1)
— HP DL320 G4 server (COTS1)
— IBM x3350 server (COTS2)
— Dell R300 server (COTS2)
IP subnet configuration
If the Signaling Server and Call Server reside in different IP subnets, you
must manually add a route from Base Manager in order for Element Manager
to communicate and interact with the Call Server. See Avaya Linux Platform
Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315) for
details.
ISP1100 migration
Avaya CS 1000 Release 7.5 does not support ISP1100 Signaling Servers. To
migrate an ISP1100 Signaling Server to a CS 1000 Release 7.5 platform, see
Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Upgrading and reconfiguring the software
NRS
If you do not know whether the Signaling Server being upgraded has an NRS,
follow the procedure in Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125) to make this determination.
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NRS Servers must be upgraded to CS 1000 Release 7.5 prior to upgrading the
first CS 1000 system to CS 1000 Release 7.5. The NRS must operate on the
same software release as the system with the highest software release on the
network.
If you have an NRS database on the Signaling Server and wish to back it up
prior to the upgrade, you must use the back up tool in NRS Manager. It is
recommended that you download the backup file to your local PC after the
back up. After the Signaling Server is upgraded, NRS Manager is used to
restore the NRS database (from your local PC) and activate it for use by the
NRS. For instructions on backing up and restoring an NRS database and IP
Phone database, refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Determining the IP Phone firmware version
To determine the version of IP Phone firmware, refer to Avaya Signaling
Server IP Line Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Performing the software upgrade
Signaling Servers run the Linux Base Operating System. This document does
not provide information on upgrading Linux Base. For instructions on
performing a Signaling Server software upgrade, see Avaya Linux Platform
Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning (NN43001-315) and
Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application Fundamentals (NN43001-125).
Upgrading and distributing IP Phone firmware
For detailed instructions on how to upgrade and IP Phone firmware to the
Signaling Server(s), refer to Avaya Signaling Server IP Line Application
Fundamentals (NN43001-125),
Note: When a firmware upgrade is required for a Branch Office Media
Gateway system, install the firmware to the Branch Office TPS before
the Main Office TPS. Refer to Avaya Branch Office: Installation and
Configuration (553-3001-214) for more information.
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Contents
This section contains information on the following topics:
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
187
Feature operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Feature and License parameter upgrade using a keycode delivered on a CF
card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Feature and License parameter upgrade using HyperTerminal®. . . 195
Feature and License parameter upgrade entered manually . . . . . . . 197
Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR command . . . . . . .
199
Introduction
Adding new features and/or modifying License limits requires the installation
of a new keycode. Keycodes are delivered by a portable media appropriate for
the processor type or electronic file transfer. Keycodes can also be manually
entered. They are installed using the keycode management commands in LD
143 or the Software Installation Tool.
The following procedures outline the steps to install a new keycode (using the
keycode commands in LD 143) that can be activated “instantly” or that
requires a Sysload (Cold Restart). More information on the “Instant License”
feature can be found in Avaya Features and Services (553-3001-306).
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This section describes how to install a keycode using the commands listed
below:
Table 19
Keycode installation
Keycode delivery
Keycode Installation command
CF card for CP PIV, CP PM
and CP PM Co-res CS and
SS
Use the KNEW RMD command for both
Core 0 and Core 1 in LD 143.
USB for Co-res CS and SS
Use KNEW USB
Electronic file on a PC
(CP PIV and CP PM only)
Use the KUPL command in LD 143,
followed by the KNEW FMD (CP PIV and
CP PM) command (see note).
Faxed to the customer site
(paper-based keycode for CP
PIV, CP PM and CP PM
Co-res CS and SS)
Use the KMAN command in LD 143,
followed by the KNEW FMD (CP PIV,
CP PM and CP PM Co-res CS and SS)
command.
Note 1: For a CP PIV and CP PM RMD or USB, the new keycode must
be in a file directory called keycode.
Note 2: If the keycode is downloaded from the Keycode Distributor Server
(KDS), use the KUPL command to install the keycode. Refer to Avaya CS
1000M and Meridian 1 Large System Upgrades Overview (NN43021-458)
for more information about KDS.
Feature operation
Feature operation is further broken down into five options:
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Co-res CS and SS keycode validation and pre-configuration using CS
1000 Software Deployment Manager
•
Feature and License parameter upgrade using a keycode delivered on a
CF card (CP PIV, CP PM and CP PM Co-res CS and SS)
•
Upgrade feature and License parameter using HyperTerminal
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•
Upgrade feature and License parameter entered manually
•
Revert to the previous keycode with the KRVR command
Co-resident Call Server and Signaling Server keycode
validation and pre-configuration
The Avaya Communication Server 1000 Software Deployment Manager
provides the following menus and pages specific to Call Server installation
and deployment:
•
Keycode Validation
•
Call Server Database Selection
•
Call Server PSDL Language Selection
Prior to deploying the application software to the Co-res CS and SS, the
Deployment Manager performs the Call Server keycode validation to ensure
that the keycode file used matches the software version and the security
device on the target server.
You can use the Deployment Manager to select default, existing, or customer
database. The existing database selection does not apply to new
installations - only to upgrades. The customer database selection allows the
user to upload a Call Server database that has been backed up using the LD
43 EDD command.
Note: After performing the LD 43 EDD command the Co-res CS and SS
Call Server database is stored in the backup/single folder on the
RMD. Click the browse tab and select the backup folder under the
Customer Database option from Deployment Manager.
The Deployment Manager provides a menu to select the PSDL languages. For
a detailed Deployment Manager keycode validation procedure, see Avaya
Linux Platform Base and Applications Installation and Commissioning
(NN43001-315).
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Feature and License parameter upgrade
using a keycode delivered on a CF card
A directory must be created on the CF card (RMD) named “keycode”. The
following rules apply:
•
All keycode files must reside in this directory
•
The directory can contain up to 20 different keycodes
•
The keycode filenames must be unique
•
The keycode filenames can contain up to eight characters, and must end
with a .kcd extension.
Follow the steps in Procedure 33 on page 190 to perform a feature and
License parameter upgrade using a keycode delivered on a CF card.
If HA, leave the system in full redundant mode.
Procedure 33
Performing a feature and License parameter upgrade
using a keycode delivered on a CF card.
1
Log in on a system terminal and load LD 143.
>LD 143
CCBR000
.
2
Insert the new keycode CF card into the CF drive on the active Core.
3
Print the pending keycode contents.
KSHO RMD
print the contents of the candidate keycode in
the CF drive on the active Core. Where:
RMD = Core 0 or 1
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Enter the KDIF command and select keycode comparison options.
Note: Ensure that the new keycode does not lower License limits or
reduce features compared with the existing keycode. If it has been
determined that the keycode lowers License limits or reduces features, do
not continue with the KNEW command. Contact the Avaya order
management representative.
. KDIF
Please use: KDIF <param1> <param2> with the following parameters:
NEW
Accepted new keycode
REC
Currently used keycode
OLD
Previously used keycode
RMD
Candidate keycode on removable CF card
FMD
Candidate keycode on fixed CF card
Enter the keycode comparison option. The new keycode option is shown in
bold.
Note: In the following example, the (REC) currently used keycode will be
compared with the new keycode file on the CF card. If choosing from
multiple keycode files, ensure you select the correct keycode file. The
system limits shown are for example purposes only.
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.KDIF REC RMD
Validating Keycode File /p/install/keycode.rec ... OK
The following keycode files are available on the removable media:
Name
Size
--------------------
------
Date
----------
Time
-------
<CR> -> <1> - site_A.kcd
1114 Apr-06-2006 10:09
<2> - KEYCODE.KCD 1114 Mar-28-2006 11:11
<q> - Quit
Enter choice>
Validating Keycode File /cf2/keycode/KEYCODE.KCD ... OK
System parameters
1st keycode
2nd keycode
System Serial Number
: 46379
46379
Software Version
: 3521
3521
System Type
: Option 61C
Option 61C
Call Processor
: CP PIV
CP PIV
Release
:4
4
Issue
: 50
50
NTI Order Number
:
NT SDID - 1
:
NT SDID - 2
:
Date and Time of Manufacture
:
Note: (:) indicates that information is not available
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License Limits
1st keycode
2nd keycode
Loop Limit
: 32
32
Sys TNs Limit
:0
200
ACD Agt Limit
: 10
10
ACD DNs Limit
: 10
10
AST Limit
: 10
10
......
Common packages for both keycodes:
0-2 4-5 7-25 28-29 32-55 58-65
......
Additional packages in the 2nd keycode:
< 30-31
.
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5
Select the new keycode for activation using the KNEW command.
KNEW RMD
CAUTION
A menu appears prompting the user to choose from
multiple keycode files. Ensure you select the correct
keycode file.
The uploaded keycode is validated against the security device.
If the following system message is displayed:
CCBR020 New Keycode accepted and activated successfully.
Sysload is not needed!
This means that the new keycode is eligible for instant activation and
no further user action is required. Go to steps 6 and 7.
If the keycode is not eligible for instant activation, a Sysload is needed
to activate the new keycode and the following system message is
displayed:
CCBR009 New Keycode accepted. New License limits and feature
packages will be activated during the next Sysload (Cold Restart).
Go to step 8.
6
Load LD 22 and confirm that the new License parameters have been
updated.
>LD 22
REQ SLT
....
If License limits are correct, then the keycode installation is complete.
See “Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR command” on
page 199 if License limits are not increased or problems exist.
7
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perform a data dump in LD 43.
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For keycodes that are not eligible for Instant License, place the system in
split mode. This puts a redundant system into single mode.
For CP PIV and CP PM use Procedure 37.
End of Procedure
Feature and License parameter upgrade using
HyperTerminal®
Follow the steps in Procedure 34 to perform a feature and License parameter
upgrade using HyperTerminal®. Leave the system in full redundant mode.
Procedure 34
Performing a feature and License parameter
upgrade
1
On a PC, access the system (through a modem) with HyperTerminal®:
Click the Start button | Programs | Accessories | HyperTerminal.
2
Double-click the HyperTerminal client to the system.
3
Log into the system.
4
Load the Keycode Management Program (LD 143).
LD 143
KUPL
Load program
Upload keycodes to the hard disk or FMD on the
target system
5
Click the Transfer menu in HyperTerminal and select Send Text File.
6
From the Files of type pull-down menu, select All Files (*.*).
7
Locate and select the keycode file on the PC. Use the Look in pull-down
menu to select the drive on which the keycode is located.
8
Click Open.
The keycode is displayed after the KUPL prompt.
Example:
KUPL 0001PBX 0101
9FPAMSRHNN17KRUQAFFSPREQEVMTHIDHRKDJHRKEJR56
9
Press the Enter key.
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The Keycode is checked for CRC errors and is uploaded to the hard disk
or Fixed Media Device (FMD).
Enter the following command:
KDIF REC HD
KDIF REC FMD
Compare the existing keycode with the new
keycode on the hard disk
Compare the existing keycode with the new
keycode on the FMD
Ensure that the new keycode does not lower License limits or reduce
features compared with the existing keycode. If it is determined that the
keycode lowers License limits or reduces features, do not continue with
the KNEW command. Contact the Avaya order management
representative.
10 Select the new keycode for activation using the KNEW command.
KNEW (refer to Table 19 on page 188 for correct command
syntax)
The uploaded keycode is validated against the security device.
If the following system message is displayed:
CCBR020 New Keycode accepted and activated successfully.
Sysload is NOT needed!
This means that the new keycode is eligible for instant activation and no
further user action is required. Go to steps 11 and 12.
If the keycode is not eligible for instant activation, a Sysload is needed to
activate the new keycode. The following system message is displayed:
CCBR009 New Keycode accepted. New License limits and feature
packages will be activated during the next Sysload (Cold Restart).
Go to step 13.
11 Load LD 22 and confirm that the new License parameters have been
updated.
>LD 22
REQ SLT
....
If License limits are correct, then the keycode installation is complete.
See “Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR command” on
page 199 if License limits are not increased or problems exist.
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12 Once it is confirmed that the keycode changes taken effect as expected,
perform a data dump in LD 43.
13 For keycodes that are not eligible for Instant License, place the system in
split mode. This puts a redundant system into single mode. See
Procedure 37.
End of Procedure
Feature and License parameter upgrade entered manually
Before beginning this procedure, obtain a copy of the keycode. The keycode
can reside on paper or as an electronic file. To enter the keycode manually,
type the keycode in LD 143 as 21 lines, 16 characters per line.
Follow the steps in Procedure 35 on page 197 to perform a feature and
License parameter upgrade manually.
Procedure 35
Performing a feature and License parameter upgrade manually
1
Log into the system.
2
Load the Keycode Management Program (LD 143).
LD 143
KMAN
3
Load program
Manually enter the keycode to the target system
Type the keycode file, 21 lines of 16 characters each. Press Return to go
to the next line.
Note: When entering the keycode, do not enter the header information
that proceeds the keycode.
4
Type “end” at line 22 to end the process.
5
Press Enter. The new keycode file is saved on the hard disk or FMD.
Enter the following command:
KDIF REC HD
Compare the existing keycode with the new
keycode on the hard disk.
KDIF REC FMD
Compare the existing keycode with the new
keycode on the FMD
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Ensure that the new keycode does not lower License limits or reduce
features compared with the existing keycode. If it is determined that the
keycode lowers License limits or reduces features, do not continue with
the KNEW command. Contact the Avaya order management
representative.
6
Select the new keycode for activation using the KNEW command.
KNEW (refer to Table 19 on page 188 for correct command
syntax)
The uploaded keycode is validated against the security device.
If the following system message is displayed:
CCBR020 New Keycode accepted and activated successfully.
Sysload is NOT needed!
This implies that the new keycode is eligible for instant activation and
no further user action is required. Go to step 7 and 8.
If the keycode is not eligible for instant activation, a Sysload is needed
to activate the new keycode. The following system message is
displayed:
CCBR009 New Keycode accepted. New License limits and feature
packages will be activated during the next Sysload (Cold Restart).
Go to step 9.
7
Load LD 22 and confirm that the new License parameters have been
updated.
>LD 22
REQ SLT
....
If License limits are correct, then the keycode installation is complete.
See “Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR command” on
page 199 if License limits are not increased or problems exist.
8
Once it is confirmed that the keycode changes have taken effect as
expected, perform a data dump in LD 43.
9
For keycodes that are not eligible for Instant License, place the system in
split mode. This puts a redundant system into single mode. See
Procedure 37.
End of Procedure
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Reverting to the previous keycode with the KRVR
command
The terms “old” and “new” keycode, as discussed here, refer to the most
recent previous KNEW command. The “old” keycode is the former keycode,
prior to the KNEW command. The “new” keycode is the keycode that was
activated by the KNEW command. Use KRVR command (as shown in
Procedure 36) to revert to the old keycode.
Procedure 36
Revert to old keycode
1
Log in to the system.
2
Load the Keycode Management Program (LD 143).
LD 143
KRVR
Load program
Replaces the keycode.rec with the keycode.old
file.
The old keycode is eligible for instant activation with the KRVR command
if the only difference between the old keycode and the new keycode is
that some or all of the License parameters in the old keycode are higher.
If the old keycode is eligible for instant activation, it is activated without
further user action. The following system message is displayed:
CCBR020 New Keycode accepted and activated successfully.
Sysload is NOT needed!
If the keycode is not eligible for instant activation, a Sysload is needed to
activate the old keycode and the following system message is displayed:
CCBR009 New Keycode accepted. New License limits and feature
packages will be activated during the next Sysload (Cold Restart).
Go to step 5.
3
Load LD 22 and confirm that the new License parameters have been
updated.
>LD 22
REQ SLT
....
If License limits are correct, then the keycode installation is complete.
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4
Once it is confirmed that the keycode changes taken effect as expected,
perform a data dump in LD 43.
5
For keycodes that are not eligible for Instant License, place the system in
split mode. This puts a redundant system into single mode. See
Procedure 37.
End of Procedure
Procedure 37
Parallel reload for CP PIV and CP PM
Place the system in split mode. This puts a redundant (shadowed) system into
single (non-shadowed) mode.
1
Connect a terminal to J25 of Core 1 to monitor reload. Terminal settings
are:
—
2
9600 BAUD, 8 bits, no parity and 1 stop bit (8N1)
Ensure CP 0 is active and CP1 is standby. It might be necessary to switch
CPs and split the Cores:
LD 135
STAT CPU
SCPU
Switch CPs if necessary
SPLIT
Split CPs (CP 1 reloads)
****
Exit program
3
Wait until sysload and INI have completed.
4
In the inactive core (Core 1), load Overlay 143 and confirm that the new
License parameters have been updated.
>LD 143
KSHO REC (show currently used keycode)
....
5
Compare license parameters from memory to keycode.rec.
>LD 22
SLT (show current license limits active on system)
....
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Compare package parameters from memory to keycode.rec
>LD 22
PRT
PKG (show current software packages active on system)
...
7
Switch call processing from the active core (Core 0) to the inactive core
(Core 1). This command must be issued from active Core 0.
CAUTION — Service Interruption
Service Interruption
Call Processing will be interrupted!
LD 135
CUTOVR
Force Core 1 to become active
****
Exit program
The previously inactive core (Core 1) with the new
keycode now becomes active.
8
Return the system to redundant mode, synchronizing the memory and
hard drive of the inactive core with the active core. From the active Core
(Core 1) enter LD 135:
LD 135
STAT CPU
9
JOIN
Synchronize CPs with CP 1 as master
****
Exit program
Wait until synchronization of memory drives is completed.
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10 From the active Core (Core 1) enter LD 135 and obtain the health status
of the Cores:
LD 135
STAT CPU
STAT HEALTH CP 1 and 0 should have identical health
****
Exit program
11 Perform a datadump. The messages “DATADUMP COMPLETE” and
“DATABASE BACKUP COMPLETE” will appear once the data dump is
complete.
LD 43
EDD
Begin the data dump
****
Exit program
End of Procedure
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Contents
This section contains information on the following topics:
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
203
Site details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
204
Upgrade details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
204
Pre-upgrade checklists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
205
Pre-conversion steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
211
Post-conversion checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
213
Introduction
The following section provides upgrade checklists.
Technical Support
Avaya can provide an Installation and Upgrade Support team to assist with
PBX upgrades on a scheduled bases. This service is billable and a purchase
order is required. Please refer to current price book for rates.
Note: This service requires that a service request be opened in advance
of the upgrade.
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Site details
Table 20
Site Details
Customer Name
Tape ID (LD 22)
Modem Number (Core)
Switch Room Telephone
Baud Rate
Modem Password
PBX Password
System Type
Software Generic
Upgrade details
Table 21
Upgrade details
Current Software - Generic
Target Software - Generic
Hardware being added
Feature Upgrade
License Upgrade
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Pre-upgrade checklists
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Table 22
Software audit
Software Audit
Perform the software audit prior to the scheduled upgrade.
Take corrective action if answer is no
Yes
No
Software Media Ready
Keycode Media Ready
Install Media Ready
DEP Patch Media Ready
Note: Use the MIRCC tool before the upgrade. Meridian
ISSP Report and Conflict Checker (MIRCC) Upgrades tool is
available on ESPL.
Review Keycode Data Sheet - (SDID, PKGS, License, TID)
Review Site Specific Patches - (Non MDCS)
Read GRB for target Release – (Verify Memory
Requirements)
Verify memory and media against requirements in
Appendix A: “Supported media and memory sizes.” on
page 215
COTS server install – DVD
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Table 22
Software audit
Keycode needed for Subscriber Manager (Avaya
Communication Server 1000)
UCM configured
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Table 23
Keycode audit (Part 1 of 4)
Keycode Audit
Perform the keycode Audit prior to the scheduled upgrade
Take corrective action if answer is no
Yes
No
Keycode Media Ready
Keycode Data Sheet Ready
SDID Matches System
TID Matches System
Perform a KDIF in LD 143 to compare keycodes:
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Table 23
Keycode audit (Part 2 of 4)
kdif rec fmd
The following keycode files are available on the removable media:
Name
Size
<CR> -> <1> - CPPM SA PRI 6.0.kcd
1114
<2> - CPPM SA SEC 6.0.kcd
Date
Time
Mar-27-2009
13:27
1114
Mar-30-2009
13:28
<q> - Quit
Enter choice> 2
Validating Keycode File /cf2/keycode/CPPM SA SEC 6.0.kcd ... OK
Validating Keycode File /p/install/keycode.rec ... OK
System parameters
1st keycode:
2nd keycode:
System Serial Number
:
46379
46379
Software Version
:
4021
4021
System Type
:
CS 1000E
CS 1000E
Call Processor
:
CP PM
CP PM
Release
:
6
5
Issue
:
0_
50_
NTI Order Number
:
000000000000
000000000000
NT SDID - 1
:
00000000
00000000
NT SDID - 2
:
00000000
00000000
Date and Time of Manufacture
: 30/03/2009
13:28:28
Note:
10:29:17
( ) indicates that information is not available
Licenses in the
:1st keycode
2nd keycode:
Loop
:
1023
Sys TNs
:
9999 32767
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Table 23
Keycode audit (Part 3 of 4)
ACD DNs
:
24000
24000
AST
:
9999
32767
LTID
:
100
32760
DCH
:
64
255
AML
:
32
16
MPH DSL
:
100
100
RAN CON
:
9999
32767
RAN RTE
:
9999
512
MUS CON
:
9999
32767
Brand Index
:
2
2
ACD Agents
:
9999
32767
Analogue Telephones :
0
32767
Attendant Consoles
:
9999
32767
BRI DSL
:
100
10000
CLASS Telephones
:
0
32767
Data Ports
:
9999
32767
Digital Telephones
:
0
32767
IP Users
:
9999
32767
Phantom Ports
:
9999
32767
DECT Users
:
9999
32767
DECT Visitor Users
:
9999
10000
ITG ISDN Trunks
:
9999
32767
Traditional Trunks
:
9999
32767
PCA
:
9999
32767
H.323 Access Ports
:
9999
32767
SIP Access Ports
:
9999
32767
Basic IP Users
:
9999
32767
SIP Converged Desktops :
10486
32767
SIP CTI TR87
:
4608
32767
Temporary IP Users
:
9999
32767
Mobile Extensions
:
9999
32767
Telephony Services Users
:
9999
32767
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Keycode audit (Part 4 of 4)
Converged Mobile Users
Avaya SIP Lines
Third Party SIP Lines
:
:
9999
9999
:
32767
32767
9999
32767
Common packages for both keycodes:
0-2 4-5 7-14 16-29 32-56 58-65
67 70-77 79-81 83 86-93 95
98-103 105 107-111 113-121 125 127
129 132-133 139-141 145-155 157 159-164
167 170 172-175 178-181 183-186 191-192
202-212 214-216 218-219 222-225 227-229 233-235
240 242-243 245-249 251 253-254 256
258-259 263 291 296-297 299 301
305-307 310-313 315-316 321 324 327-334
336-337 348 350-351 362 364 368
380-382 384-389 393-394 397-403 406-409 412
Additional packages in the 1st keycode:
<
158 356 396 405 413-418 420
Additional packages in the 2nd keycode:
>
57 104 122-124 126 128 131
>
134-135 137-138 143-144 169 182 187-189
>
193 195-196 198 231-232 236 250
>
255 261-262 283-284 286 288-290 294
>
308-309 323 325 347 349 366-367
>
370 404
.
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Hardware Upgrade
Hardware audit
Table 24
Hardware audit
Hardware Audit
Perform the Hardware Audit prior to the scheduled upgrade.
Yes
No
Verify Shipping List - Complete and Accurate
Audit Site for new hardware locations
Pre Run Cables if possible
Review All switch settings for new cards
Read all applicable NTP Procedures completely
CP PM memory upgrade
SATA controller upgrade kit for IBM COTS servers
Pre-conversion steps
Table 25
Pre-conversion steps (Part 1 of 2)
Pre Conversion Steps
A capture file should be made of the following information using a PC or Printer.
Perform an overall system check:
LD 135 SCPU (ensure that the system is redundant)
LD 137 STAT/TEST CMDU
LD 48 STAT AML
LD 32 STAT
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Pre-conversion steps (Part 2 of 2)
LD 60 STAT
LD 30 LDIS (Verify what Is disabled if any)
Get Software Information from LD 22
ISSP - Patches in service - Future Reference if required
TID/SLT - License Parameters - To compare with converted database
LD 21 - PRT CFN
LD 97 - PRT SUPL/XPEC
Run a Template Audit
LD 1 - Auto Run
Perform a Datadump
Backup at least two copies of the current database, retain the copies.
Print History File or System Event Log
Ld 22 - Print AHST - Capture Systems Events to compare will new software if required
Ld 117 - PRT SEL 500 - Same as above
Derive FQDN’s for TLAN IP devices
Identify all IP addresses for all devices
Radius Authentication – IP Address Secret Key recorded
PD database backed up
Derive the list of users and their roles (which could be important in executing day to day
activities)
Disable IPSEC
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Post-conversion checks
Table 26
Post-conversion checks
Post Conversion Checks
Perform these checks after a successful INI.
Test for dial tone
Ensure that all AUX applications are working
LD 30 LDIS (Verify that output is the same prior to upgrade)
Test out basic, typical call scenarios that worked prior to the upgrade. Verify test calls over any
SIP or PRI trunks. Verify IP to TDM calls if Media Cards are present.
Verify successful log in to various devices, UCM, Signaling Server, and Call Server using
appropriate credentials.
Perform a physical check of the hardware. Ensure LED's are green. Verify the LED status of the
PRI, activity lights on MGC Ethernet connections. MGC faceplate must display valid data.
Check IPSEC and Token Generation by logging into UCM. Click the IPSEC tab to verify the
synchronization of all elements. Click the Secure FTP Token tab to verify Token
synchronization.
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Appendix A: Supported media and
memory sizes.
The following table lists supported media and memory sizes.
Note: Avaya does not provide technical support for customer provided
media.
Table 27
Supported media and memory sizes
RMD
Release and Call
Processor
USB
FMD
CF
CF
HDD
RAM
6.0
CP PIV VxWorks CS
-
512 MB
1 GB
-
512 MB
CP PM VxWorks CS
-
512 MB
1 GB
-
1 GB
CP PM Linux (Co-Res)
-
2 GB
-
40 GB
2 GB
CP PIV VxWorks CS
-
512 MB
1 GB
-
512 MB
CP PM VxWorks CS
-
512 MB
1 GB
-
1 GB
CP PM Linux (Co-Res)
*
2 GB
-
40 GB
2 GB
7.0/7.5
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Appendix A: Supported media and memory sizes.
Table 27
Supported media and memory sizes
RMD
Release and Call
Processor
USB
FMD
CF
CF
HDD
RAM
CP DC Linux (Co-Res)
4 GB
-
-
160/250
MB
2 GB
CP MG Linux (Co-Res)
4 GB
-
-
160/250
MB
2 GB
* 4 GB USB applies to installation of applications only.
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