Quick Start for Hardware Installation: Avaya G700

Quick Start for Hardware Installation: Avaya G700
Quick Start for Hardware Installation:
Avaya G700 Media Gateway
and
Avaya S8300 Server
555-233-150
Issue 9
January 2008
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Contents
Chapter 1: Before You Go to the Installation Site . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Other documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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License file, software, and firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Laptop requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 2: Conduct Equipment Inventory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3: Mount Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4: Install Octaplane Stacking Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5: Connect Media Gateways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6: Install S8300 Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 7: Install Media and Expansion Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 8: Install USB Modem and CD-ROM Drive . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 9: Install UPS and Apply Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 10: Prepare for configuration — G700 without an S8300 . . . .
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Chapter 11: Prepare for configuration — G700 with S8300 . . . . . . . .
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Contents
4 Quick Start for Hardware Installation: G700 Media Gateway & S8300 Media Server
Chapter 1: Before You Go to the Installation Site
The following activities must be completed before going to an installation site.
Other documents
Obtain access to the following documentation:
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The G700/S8300 Installation guide: Installation and Upgrades for Avaya G700 Media
Gateway and Avaya S8300 Server, 555-234-100.
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The documentation library on CD, installed on your laptop, or accessible from the Avaya
Support web site: Documentation for Avaya Communication Manager, Media Gateways
and Servers, 03-300151.
License file, software, and firmware
The following tasks must be completed before you can install an Avaya S8300 Server and
Avaya G700 Media Gateway.
To do before you install the S8300 and G700
1. Meet with the customer to complete the Electronic Preinstallation Worksheet. The
Electronic Preinstallation Worksheet contains specific information about the customer’s
network configuration and telephony requirements. This information is required to use the
Avaya Installation Wizard to configure the Avaya IP solution.
Note:
Note:
Note:
To use the Avaya Installation Wizard, Release 3.0 or later of Communication
Manager must be installed on the Server. If a pre-3.0 release of the
Communication Manager is installed on the Server, the software must be
upgraded before the Avaya Installation Wizard can be used.
Note:
The current release of the Avaya Installation Wizard supports only an
English-language operating system.
2. If you are using the Avaya Installation Wizard to generate basic translations on an S8300
primary controller in a G700, get the customer’s Name and Number list file and the Custom
Templates. Copy these files to your laptop. The Electronic Preinstallation Worksheet
contains instructions for the Name/Number and Custom Templates files.
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3. Retrieve the required license file from Remote Feature Activation (RFA).
Note:
A separate license file for SIP Enablement Services (SES) is required if SES is
optioned for coresidency with Communication Manager on the S8300 Server.
After you install Communication Manager and you enable SES, you use the SES
interface to install the SES license.
Note:
Note:
As of Communication Manager Release 3.1, the Avaya Installation Wizard no
longer requires the inclusion of the FEAT_DADMIN login permissions in the
license in order to generate basic translations. However, for Business Partners,
the license may still include the FEAT_DADMIN login permissions.
Note:
4. Obtain a password (authentication) file from Authentication File System (AFS).
5. Obtain the most recent versions of software and firmware on CD-ROM. Check for and
download the most recent versions of firmware from http://support.avaya.com or, if
necessary, from the Download Center.
6. Determine if the customer purchased a USB CD-ROM drive as part of the order. If the order
does not include a USB CD-ROM drive, obtain a USB CD-ROM drive for temporary use at
the site.
7. The technician will be advised if ProVision will be used in addition to the Avaya Installation
Wizard. ProVision can be used to upload all of the Communication Manager translations.
Information on the Avaya Installation Wizard options for ProVision is in the Electronic
Preinstallation Worksheet.
Laptop requirements
The laptop PC that you use to access the S8300 and/or G700 and to launch the Avaya
Installation Wizard must meet the following requirements:
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A minimum display resolution of 800 by 600
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10/100 ethernet card installed
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Windows 95 or later
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Internet Explorer 5.0 or later
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A serial communication interface
Once you have verified that all the above activities are completed, you can begin product
hardware installation following the instructions in this guide.
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Chapter 2: Conduct Equipment Inventory
The following list of equipment contains items that may not be needed for your configuration —
those items are specified as "optional" and may not be included in your inventory.
Avaya G700 Media Gateway Chassis
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The Analog and the DCP
media modules look similar.
Check their labels to verify
the module type.
Optional Avaya MM712
DCP Media Module
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Note:
Note:
The DCP and the Analog
media modules look similar.
Check their labels to verify
the module type.
Optional Avaya MM714 4FXS x 4FXO
Analog Media Module
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Note:
Endpoints connected to this
media module must be
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Optional Avaya MM720 8-port BRI Media
Module
Optional Avaya MM722 2-port BRI Media
Module
Optional Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
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C364T/C364-PWR
Optional X330STK Octaplane
Stacking Module.
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Optional USB modem.
Material ID: 700235526.
Optional CD-ROM or DVD/CD-RW drive:
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Teac USB CD-ROM Drive. Material
ID: 700289580.
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Addonics USB DVD/CD-RW Drive.
Material ID: 700406267
(Available with S8300C only).
DVD/CD-RW drive for S8300/S8400.
Material ID: 700406267.
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Optional industrial-strength Compact Flash
card and Compact Flash drive available
through your Avaya sales representative
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Optional Uninterruptable Power Supply
(UPS) for AC-Powered Gateways only
Note:
Note:
A stand-alone version of the
UPS is shown.
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Screw Packet and Rack Mount Brackets
For each bracket:
Note:
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Three flat-head machine screws
attach the bracket to the G700
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Two round-head lock-washer
machine screws attach the bracket to
the rack
Note:
There are four sizes of
lock-washer screws in the
packet for attaching the
brackets to the rack. Use the
appropriate size screws to
match the specific hole size
of the rack.
Optional X330SC Short Cable
Note:
Note:
The X3300SC Short Cable
is sometimes shipped
attached to the X3300STK
Octaplane Stacking Module.
Optional X3300RC Redundancy Cable
Optional X3300 LC Long Cable
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Optional USB Cable and Adapter for use
with the USB modem
Crossover Ethernet Cable (CAT5)
Serial or "Console" Cable and Adapter
Ground wire
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Optional AC Power Cord
Optional DC Power Cord
Feet used for table mounting
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Chapter 3: Mount Media Gateway
1. Wear an anti-static ground wrist strap
and attach to an approved ground.
2. For rack mount, install the mounting
brackets on the left and right sides of
the gateway chassis using the
flathead screws from the bracket
packet.
Note:
Note:
The brackets can also be
installed in the middle of the
chassis.
3. Lift the media gateway chassis and
mount in a rack using two lock-washer
screws for each bracket.
! CAUTION:
CAUTION:
The weight of the media
gateway is unevenly
distributed and may require
two persons to mount in the
rack.
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Mount Media Gateway
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5. Connect the ground wire to the ground
conductor on the back of the media
gateway.
6. Attach the other end of the ground
wire to an approved ground.
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Chapter 4: Install Octaplane Stacking Module
Note:
Note:
Complete these steps only if you are connecting more than one G700 Media
Gateway in a stack configuration.
1. Remove the blank faceplate from
the Octaplane slot on the back of
the media gateway.
2. Align the X330STK Octaplane
Stacking Module with the interior
guides and insert until firmly
seated.
!
WARNING:
WARNING:
To prevent damage to
equipment, handle the
module by the
faceplate or edge.
3. Tighten the captive screws.
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Chapter 5: Connect Media Gateways
Note:
Note:
Complete these steps only if you are connecting more than one G700 Media
Gateway in a stack configuration.
1. Using the gray X330SC short cables,
connect the media gateways from the
bottom up:
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Connect the light gray connector to the
port labeled “Cable to upper unit.”
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Connect the dark gray connector to the
port labeled “Cable to lower unit.”
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Repeat both steps until all units in the
stack are connected (maximum of 10
units).
2. For single-stack redundancy, connect the
bottom unit and the top unit using the
black X330RC redundancy cable:
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Connect the light gray connector to the
port labeled “Cable to upper unit: on
the top unit of the stack.
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Connect the dark gray connector to the
port labeled “Cable to lower unit” on
the bottom unit of the stack.
Single-stack redundancy
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3. For multiple stack redundancy, connect
the stacks using the black X330RC
redundancy cable and the gray X330LC
long cable:
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Connect the light gray connector of the
black X330RC redundancy cable to the
port labeled “Cable to upper unit” on
the top unit of the stack 2.
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Connect the dark gray connector of the
black X330RC redundancy cable to the
port labeled “Cable to lower unit” on
the top unit of the stack1.
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Connect the light gray connector of the
gray X3300LC long cable to the port
labeled “Cable to upper unit” on the top
unit of the stack 1.
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Connect the dark gray connector of the
gray X330LC long cable to the port
labeled “Cable to lower unit” on the
bottom unit of the stack 2.
Multiple-stack redundancy
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Chapter 6: Install S8300 Server
Note:
Note:
Complete these steps if you are installing an S8300 Server (configured as the
primary controller or as a Local Survivable Processor).
1. From the front of the G700 Media
Gateway, remove the blank faceplate
from slot V1.
2. For an S8300B, remove the LED
module (located above slot V1) and
place in an anti-static bag.
For an S8300C, you do not need to
remove the LED module.
3. Align the S8300 Server with the lower
interior guides.
For an S8300B, insert about 2" into slot
V1.
For an S8300C, insert all the way into
slot V1 until the faceplate is flush with
the LED module.
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4. For an S8300B, align the LED module
with the upper interior guides and
insert until the faceplate is flush with
the S8300B Server.
5. For an S8300B, continue inserting both
modules together until firmly seated.
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Failure to seat both modules
together could result in
equipment damage.
6. Tighten the captive screws on the
S8300.
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Chapter 7: Install Media and Expansion Modules
Note:
Note:
In each gateway, a single expansion module can be installed in the lower left slot
only. If the S8300 is installed (in slot V1), up to 3 media modules can be installed
in slots V2–V4. If no S8300 is installed, a fourth media module can be installed in
Slot V1.
1. To install a media module, first remove
the upper right blank faceplate.
Note:
Note:
All slots must have either a
module installed or be
covered by a blank face plate.
Do not leave any slots
uncovered.
2. Align the media module with the interior
guides and insert into slot until firmly
seated.
3. Tighten the captive screws.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each media
module to be installed.
5. To install the expansion module, first
remove the lower left blank faceplate.
6. Align the expansion module with the
interior guides and insert into slot until
firmly seated.
7. Tighten the captive screws.
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Chapter 8: Install USB Modem and CD-ROM Drive
USB Modem
1. Connect the USB cable to one of the
USB ports on the faceplate of the S8300.
2. Following the instructions packaged with
the modem, connect the other end of the
USB cable to the modem.
3. Connect the analog telephone line to the
RJ-11 jack on the modem.
USB CD-ROM/DVD Drive
The USB CD-ROM or DVD/CD-RW drive is
used primarily as a software source location
when remastering an S8300 hard drive.
1. Connect the USB cable into one of the
USB ports on the faceplate of the S8300.
2. Connect the other end of the USB cable
to the CD-ROM or DVD/CD-RW drive.
3. If you are using an Addonics DVD/
CD-RW drive, connect the power cord to
the drive and an electrical outlet.
Note:
Note:
The TEAC drive and S8300/
S8400 drive get their power
from the server over the USB
connection.
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4. If you are using an Addonics DVD drive,
set the power source switch on the side
to EXT, not USB. See item 1 in the figure
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5. If you are using an S8300/S8400 DVD/
CD-RW drive, set the on/off switch to
On.
Be sure to set the S8300/S8400 drive to
Off when not in use.
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Chapter 9: Install UPS and Apply Power
UPS (AC only)
1. The UPS is an option for AC-powered
gateways only. From the back of the
G700 Media Gateway, connect the
Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS)
using the manufacturer’s instructions.
Note:
Note:
A stand-alone version of the
UPS is shown.
AC power
1. Apply power to each media gateway
by connecting the AC power cord.
Note:
Note:
There is no on/off switch.
The units will power up
when connected.
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DC power
1. Apply power to each media gateway
by connecting the DC power cord.
Note:
Note:
There is no on/off switch.
The units will power up
when connected.
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Chapter 10: Prepare for configuration — G700
without an S8300
This section assumes the G700 does not contain an S8300 Server. Use the Gateway
Installation Wizard from the laptop to enter the initial gateway configuration parameters.
1. Connect the RJ45 end of a serial
cable to the Console port on the
lower right of the front of the
G700.
2. Connect the other end of the
cable to the Serial port on the
laptop.
3. Power on the laptop.
4. Start a Hyperterm (or similar
application) session.
5. Start the Gateway Installation
Wizard (GIW).
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6. Follow the GIW instructions to
enter the configuration
parameters.
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1. Connect a straight Ethernet
cable to one of the Ethernet
ports (labeled Ext 1 and Ext 2)
on the front of the G700.
2. Connect the other end of the
cable to a LAN connector.
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Chapter 11: Prepare for configuration — G700 with
S8300
This section assumes the G700 has an S8300 Server installed.
1. Connect a crossover Ethernet cable to
the Services port on the faceplate of the
S8300 Server.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to
the Ethernet port on the laptop.
3. Power on the laptop.
4. Start an SSH session with PuTTY or
another SSH tool.
5. Use SSH to connect to 192.11.13.6.
6. Specify port 22, if requested.
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7. When the first RP installer page
appears, select options as appropriate
and continue to complete the software
installation.
8. Verify the Services network settings:
a. IP Address: 192.11.13.5
b. Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252
c. Domain Name Service (DNS):
disabled
9. Open MS Internet Explorer and disable
the Proxy Server.
10. In the browser address field, initiate
access to the S8300 by typing in lower
case:
http://192.11.13.6
11. Click Continue to access the Logon
page.
12. Click OK or Yes, as appropriate, for any
security pages that may appear prior to
the Logon page.
13. Log in to the S8300 Server with the
craft login and password for initial
installation.
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14. Add a superuser login:
a. From the Integrated Management
main menu, select Launch
Maintenance Web Interface.
b. In the Maintenance Web Pages,
select Security > Administrator
Accounts.
c. In the Administrator Accounts
screen, select Add Login and
Privileged Administrator.
d. In the Administrator Accounts -- Add
Login: Privileged Administrator
screen, enter a super-user (SUSER)
login in the Login name field, and a
password in the password fields.
Note:
Note:
An SUSER group must be created
before you can install the
authentication file. The
authentication file is installed
automatically by the Avaya
Installation Wizard.
15. Use the Avaya Installation Wizard. Click
Launch Avaya Installation Wizard
and continue.
Note:
Note:
If you are not using the
Avaya Installation Wizard,
refer to Installation and
Upgrades for Avaya G700
Media Gateway and Avaya
S8300 Server, 555-234-100,
for additional instructions.
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To connect to the customer’s LAN
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1. Connect a straight Ethernet cable to
one of the Ethernet ports (labeled Ext 1
and Ext 2) on the front of the G700.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to a
LAN connector.
To connect USB Modem
To configure the G700 and S8300 remotely,
connect the USB modem.
1. Connect the USB cable to either of the
two USB port on the faceplate of the
S8300.
2. Following the instructions packaged
with the modem, connect the other end
of the USB cable to the modem.
3. Connect the analog telephone line to
the RJ-11 jack on the modem.
4. Go to the Maintenance Web Interface
and select Modem in the Security
Category.
5. Select the box labeled "Enable modem
for unlimited incoming calls" and click
Submit.
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To enable and configure SES, if
optioned
1. On the Maintenance Web Interface,
under Miscellaneous, select SES
Software.
2. Click Enable.
The system can take up to 30 seconds
to enable SES.
3. Wait thirty seconds, then click the
refresh button on your browser.
When complete, the SES is disabled
text changes to SES is enabled.
To verify SES is enabled
1. Return to the S8300 Web interface
Welcome page, and refresh your
browser.
On the main menu for the Integrated
Management Suite, the SES
Administration menu option appears.
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To install the SES license
From the WebLM server that is located on
an edge or a combined home/edge server:
1. At the Integrated Management
Standard Management Solutions
main page, select Launch SES
Administration Interface.
2. In the Integrated Management SIP
Server Management Top page, select
Server Configuration > License.
3. In the List Licenses page, click
Access WebLM.
Note:
Note:
If the WebLM server is on a different
subnet than the server, change the
URL in your browser to include the
server’s DNS name. When you
mouse-over the WebLM link on the List
Licenses page, the URL includes an IP
address, for example, "https://
12.34.56.78/WebLM/index.jsp/."
Change the URL to "https://
server-name/WebLM/index.jsp/,"
where server-name is the DNS name
of the server on which you want to
install the SES license.
4. In the WebLM application screen,
select License Administration.
5. In the Authentication screen, login as
admin and enter the password.
6. At the prompt, change the password.
7. After you are logged out, log in again as
admin with the newly-created
password.
8. In the Web License Manager
(WebLM) screen, select Install
License.
9. In the Install License page, browse to
the SES license that you want to install.
10. Click Install.
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To verify SES license installation
1. Wait approximately 15 minutes.
2. In the Integrated Management SIP
Server Management Top page, select
Server Configuration > License.
3. In the List Licenses page, ensure the
following three licenses are listed in the
Name column:
- Edge Proxy
- Basic Proxy
- Home Seats
4. Click Show by the Edge Proxy listing.
License information for the Edge Proxy license:
5. In the License Information page,
ensure the following appears:
Proxy Name sipserver
Requested
1
Acquired
1
6. Click Show by the Basic Proxy listing.
License information for the Basic Proxy license:
7. In the License Information page,
ensure the following appears:
Proxy Name sipserver
Requested
1
Acquired
1
8. Click Show by the Home Seats listing.
License information for the Home Seats license:
9. In the License Information page,
ensure the following appears:
Proxy Name sipserver
Requested
XXX
Acquired
XXX
where XXX is the actual number of
seats in the license.
You must also administer SES. See
Administration of SIP Enablement Services
on the S8300 Server.
Issue 9 January 2008
35
Prepare for configuration — G700 with S8300
36 Quick Start for Hardware Installation: G700 Media Gateway & S8300 Media Server
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