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Issue 1.2
October 2002
Copyright 2002, Avaya Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Notice
Every effort was made to ensure that the information in this document
was complete and accurate at the time of printing. However, information is subject to change.
Preventing Toll Fraud
“Toll fraud” is the unauthorized use of your telecommunications system by an unauthorized party (for example, a person who is not a corporate employee, agent, subcontractor, or is not working on your
company's behalf). Be aware that there may be a risk of toll fraud
associated with your system and that, if toll fraud occurs, it can result
in substantial additional charges for your telecommunications services.
Avaya Fraud Intervention
If you suspect that you are being victimized by toll fraud and you need
technical assistance or support, in the United States and Canada, call
the Technical Service Center's Toll Fraud Intervention Hotline at
1-800-643-2353.
How to Get Help
For additional support telephone numbers, go to the Avaya Web site:
http://www.avaya.com/support/
If you are:
■ Within the United States, click Escalation Lists, which includes
escalation phone numbers within the USA.
■ Outside the United States, click Escalation Lists then click Global Escalation List, which includes phone numbers for the
regional Centers of Excellence.
Providing Telecommunications Security
Telecommunications security (of voice, data, and/or video communications) is the prevention of any type of intrusion to (that is, either
unauthorized or malicious access to or use of) your company's telecommunications equipment by some party.
Your company's “telecommunications equipment” includes both this
Avaya product and any other voice/data/video equipment that could be
accessed via this Avaya product (that is, “networked equipment”).
An “outside party” is anyone who is not a corporate employee, agent,
subcontractor, or is not working on your company's behalf. Whereas, a
“malicious party” is anyone (including someone who may be otherwise authorized) who accesses your telecommunications equipment
with either malicious or mischievous intent.
Such intrusions may be either to/through synchronous (time-multiplexed and/or circuit-based) or asynchronous (character-, message-, or
packet-based) equipment or interfaces for reasons of:
■ Utilization (of capabilities special to the accessed equipment)
■ Theft (such as, of intellectual property, financial assets, or tollfacility access)
■ Eavesdropping (privacy invasions to humans)
■ Mischief (troubling, but apparently innocuous, tampering)
■ Harm (such as harmful tampering, data loss or alteration,
regardless of motive or intent)
Be aware that there may be a risk of unauthorized intrusions associated with your system and/or its networked equipment. Also realize
that, if such an intrusion should occur, it could result in a variety of
losses to your company (including but not limited to, human/data privacy, intellectual property, material assets, financial resources, labor
costs, and/or legal costs).
Responsibility for Your Company’s Telecommunications Security
The final responsibility for securing both this system and its networked equipment rests with you - Avaya’s customer system administrator, your telecommunications peers, and your managers. Base the
fulfillment of your responsibility on acquired knowledge and
resources from a variety of sources including but not limited to:
■ Installation documents
■ System administration documents
■ Security documents
■ Hardware-/software-based security tools
■ Shared information between you and your peers
■ Telecommunications security experts
To prevent intrusions to your telecommunications equipment, you and
your peers should carefully program and configure:
■ Your Avaya-provided telecommunications systems and their
interfaces
■ Your Avaya-provided software applications, as well as their
underlying hardware/software platforms and interfaces
■ Any other equipment networked to your Avaya products.
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
If the equipment supports Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) facilities, you may experience certain compromises in performance, reliability and security, even when the equipment performs as warranted.
These compromises may become more acute if you fail to follow
Avaya's recommendations for configuration, operation and use of the
equipment. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE AWARE OF
THESE RISKS AND THAT YOU HAVE DETERMINED THEY
ARE ACCEPTABLE FOR YOUR APPLICATION OF THE EQUIPMENT. YOU ALSO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT, UNLESS
EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN ANOTHER AGREEMENT, YOU
ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR (1) ENSURING THAT YOUR
NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS ARE ADEQUATELY SECURED
AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED INTRUSION AND (2) BACKING
UP YOUR DATA AND FILES.
Standards Compliance
Avaya Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television interference
caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than
those specified by Avaya Inc. The correction of interference caused by
such unauthorized modifications, substitution or attachment will be
the responsibility of the user. Pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules, the user is cautioned that
changes or modifications not expressly approved by Avaya Inc. could
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
The equipment described in this manual complies with standards of
the following organizations and laws, as applicable:
■ Australian Communications Agency (ACA)
■ American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
■ Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
■ Committee for European Electrotechnical Standardization
(CENELEC) – European Norms (EN’s)
■ Digital Private Network Signaling System (DPNSS)
■ European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA)
■ European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
■ FCC Rules Parts 15 and 68
■ International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
■ International Special Committee on Radio Interference
(CISPR)
■ International Telecommunications Union - Telephony (ITU-T)
■ ISDN PBX Network Specification (IPNS)
■ National ISDN-1
■ National ISDN-2
■ Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Product Safety Standards
This product complies with and conforms to the following international Product Safety standards as applicable:
Safety of Information Technology Equipment, IEC 60950, 3rd Edition
including all relevant national deviations as listed in Compliance with
IEC for Electrical Equipment (IECEE) CB-96A.
Safety of Laser products, equipment classification and requirements:
■ IEC 60825-1, 1.1 Edition
■ Safety of Information Technology Equipment, CAN/CSAC22.2 No. 60950-00 / UL 60950, 3rd Edition
■ Safety Requirements for Customer Equipment, ACA Technical
Standard (TS) 001 - 1997
■ One or more of the following Mexican national standards, as
applicable: NOM 001 SCFI 1993, NOM SCFI 016 1993, NOM
019 SCFI 1998
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standards
This product complies with and conforms to the following international EMC standards and all relevant national deviations:
Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference of Information Technology Equipment, CISPR 22:1997 and EN55022:1998.
This equipment returns answer-supervision signals on all direct
inward dialed (DID) calls forwarded back to the public switched telephone network. Permissible exceptions are:
■ A call is unanswered.
■ A busy tone is received.
■ A reorder tone is received.
Avaya attests that this registered equipment is capable of providing
users access to interstate providers of operator services through the use
of access codes. Modification of this equipment by call aggregators to
block access dialing codes is a violation of the Telephone Operator
Consumers Act of 1990.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the rear
of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the
FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) for
this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the
telephone company.
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be
connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line
may result in devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In
most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed 5.0. To be
certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as
determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
REN is not required for some types of analog or digital facilities.
Information Technology Equipment – Immunity Characteristics –
Limits and Methods of Measurement, CISPR 24:1997 and
EN55024:1998, including:
■ Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2
■ Radiated Immunity IEC 61000-4-3
■ Electrical Fast Transient IEC 61000-4-4
■ Lightning Effects IEC 61000-4-5
■ Conducted Immunity IEC 61000-4-6
■ Mains Frequency Magnetic Field IEC 61000-4-8
■ Voltage Dips and Variations IEC 61000-4-11
■ Powerline Harmonics IEC 61000-3-2
■ Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker IEC 61000-3-3
Manufacturer’s Port
Identifier
FIC Code
SOC/REN/ Network
A.S. Code Jacks
Off/On premises station
OL13C
9.0F
RJ2GX,
RJ21X,
RJ11C
DID trunk
02RV2-T
0.0B
RJ2GX,
RJ21X
Federal Communications Commission Statement
CO trunk
02GS2
0.3A
RJ21X
CO trunk
02LS2
0.3A
RJ21X
Tie trunk
TL31M
9.0F
RJ2GX
Basic Rate Interface
02IS5
6.0F, 6.0Y
RJ49C
1.544 digital interface
04DU9-BN, 6.0F
1KN, 1SN
RJ48C,
RJ48M
120A2 channel service unit
04DU9-DN 6.0Y
RJ48C
Part 15:
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Part 68: Answer-Supervision Signaling. Allowing this equipment to
be operated in a manner that does not provide proper answer-supervision signaling is in violation of Part 68 rules. This equipment returns
answer-supervision signals to the public switched network when:
■ answered by the called station,
■ answered by the attendant, or
■ routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by
the customer premises equipment (CPE) user.
Means of Connection
Connection of this equipment to the telephone network is shown in the
following table.
If the terminal equipment (for example, the MultiVantageTM Solution
equipment) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice is not practical, the
telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also,
you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if
you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance
notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain
uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty
information, please contact the Technical Service Center at 1-800-2422121 or contact your local Avaya representative. If the equipment is
causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is
resolved.
It is recommended that repairs be performed by Avaya certified tech-
nicians.
The equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided
by the telephone company. Connection to party line service is subject
to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information.
This equipment, if it uses a telephone receiver, is hearing aid compatible.
European Union Declarations of Conformity
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Avaya Inc. declares that the equipment specified in this document
bearing the “CE” (Conformité Europeénne) mark conforms to the
European Union Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
Directive (1999/5/EC), including the Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (89/336/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC). This
equipment has been certified to meet CTR3 Basic Rate Interface (BRI)
and CTR4 Primary Rate Interface (PRI) and subsets thereof in CTR12
and CTR13, as applicable.
Copies of these Declarations of Conformity (DoCs) signed by the Vice
This digital apparatus does not exceed Class A limits for radio noise
emission set out in the radio interference regulation of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
President of MultiVantageTM Solutions research and development,
Avaya Inc., can be obtained by contacting your local sales representative and are available on the following Web site:
http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/DoC/IDoC/index.jhtml/
Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) Interference
Information
Le Présent Appareil Nomérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques
dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils manicures de la class A
préscrites dans le reglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par
le ministére des Communications du Canada.
This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration
number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration number signifies
that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity
indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It
does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
United States FCC Part 68 Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity
(SDoC)
Avaya Inc. in the United States of America hereby certifies that the
equipment described in this document and bearing a TIA TSB-168
label identification number complies with the FCC’s Rules and Regulations 47 CFR Part 68, and the Administrative Council on Terminal
Attachments (ACTA) adopted technical criteria.
Avaya further asserts that Avaya handset-equipped terminal equipment described in this document complies with Paragraph 68.316 of
the FCC Rules and Regulations defining Hearing Aid Compatibility
and is deemed compatible with hearing aids.
Copies of SDoCs signed by the Responsible Party in the U. S. can be
obtained by contacting your local sales representative and are available on the following Web site:
http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/DoC/SDoC/index.jhtml/
All MultiVantageTM system products are compliant with FCC Part 68,
but many have been registered with the FCC before the SDoC process
was available. A list of all Avaya registered products may be found at:
http://www.part68.org/
by conducting a search using “Avaya” as manufacturer.
Japan
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment
(VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio
disturbance may occur, in which case, the user may be required to take
corrective actions.
Network Connections
Digital Connections - The equipment described in this document can
be connected to the network digital interfaces throughout the European Union.
Analogue Connections - The equipment described in this document
can be connected to the network analogue interfaces throughout the
following member states:
Belgium
Germany Luxembourg
Netherlands
Spain
United Kingdom
LASER Product
The equipment described in this document may contain Class 1
LASER Device(s) if single-mode fiber-optic cable is connected to a
remote expansion port network (EPN). The LASER devices operate
within the following parameters:
Maximum power output –5 dBm to -8 dBm
Center Wavelength 1310 nm to 1360 nm
■ CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT IEC 60825-1: 1998
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Contact your Avaya representative for more laser product information.
■
■
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Call: Avaya Publications Center
Voice 1.800.457.1235 or 1.207.866.6701
FAX 1.800.457.1764 or 1.207.626.7269
Write: Globalware Solutions
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Attention: Avaya Account Management
E-mail: totalware@gwsmail.com
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Avaya Media Servers Detailed Descriptions
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Avaya S8100 Media Server
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Overview
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Detailed Description
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Highlights of the S8100 Media Server:
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Main Components
29
Optional components
31
Reliability
31
Recoverability
32
Administration
33
Avaya Site Administration
33
Peer Web Server
33
Telnet Session
33
Avaya MultiVantage Software
33
Avaya S8300 Media Server and an Avaya G700 Media Gateway
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Overview
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Detailed Description
36
Main Components
36
S8300 Media Server
37
G700 Media Gateway
38
Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
41
Power Supply
41
Motherboard
42
Fans
42
LEDs
42
Gateway Software
43
Maintenance Software
43
Avaya Media Modules
44
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Configuration
49
IP Addressing
49
Use of License Files
49
Preservation of Customer Translations
50
IA 770 INTUITY AUDIX Messaging
50
Call Center
51
Avaya G700 Announcement Software
Customer Configuration Options
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System Management
54
Avaya VisAbility Management Suite
54
Avaya MultiService Network Manager
54
Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager
55
Media Server Web Interface
55
Adjuncts
56
International Information
56
Digital Trunks and CO Trunks
Avaya S8700 Media Server and an Avaya G600 Media Gateway
57
58
Overview
58
Detailed Description
59
Main Components
59
The S8700 Media Server
60
UPS or Power Backup
60
Ethernet Switch
61
USB Modem
61
Port Networks
61
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP)
62
C-LAN (TN799DP)
63
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP)
64
G700 Media Gateway
64
Avaya Expansion Module
66
Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
67
Power Supply
68
Motherboard
68
Fans
69
LEDs
69
Gateway Software
70
Maintenance Software
70
Avaya Media Modules
70
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Configuration
75
S8700 IP Connect Reliability
76
System Management
77
Media Server Web Interface
78
High Level Capabilities
79
BHCC Capacity for the S8700 Media Server
80
Adjuncts
81
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Avaya S8700 Media Server and the Avaya MCC1 Media Gateway
or the Avaya SCC1 Media Gateway
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Overview
82
Detailed Description
83
Main Components
83
S8700 Media Server
83
The IPSI Circuit Pack (TN2312AP)
84
Ethernet Switch
85
UPS or Power Backup
85
USB Modem
86
Media Gateways
86
Reliability for the S8700 Multi-Connect
87
Duplex-Reliability Configuration
87
High-Reliability Configuration
90
Critical-Reliability Configuration
93
Connectivity
94
Port Networks
94
CSS Network
94
ATM Network
94
S8700 Multi-Connect Recoverability
95
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Mode
95
Power Outages
95
Survivable Remote EPN
95
High Level Capabilities
96
BHCC Capacity for the S8700 Media Server
97
System Management
98
Media Server Web Interface
Adjuncts
99
99
DEFINITY Server CSI
100
Overview
100
Detailed Description
100
Main Components
100
TN2402 Processor Board
101
Tone Clock (TN2182)
101
CMC1 Media Gateway
101
DEFINITY Server CSI Reliability and Recovery
102
DEFINITY Server CSI System Capacity
103
Avaya MultiVantage Software
103
Adjuncts
104
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DEFINITY Server SI
105
Overview
105
Detailed Description
106
Main Components
106
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing Element
107
Port Network
109
Carriers
110
Cabinets
110
Options
112
Expansion Port Network
112
IP Media Processor
112
DEFINITY IP Solutions
112
Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator
115
Connectivity
116
Reliability
117
BHCC for DEFINITY Server SI
118
Adjuncts
118
DEFINITY Server R
119
Overview
119
Detailed Description
120
Main Components
120
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing Element
121
Port Network
122
Carriers
123
Cabinets
123
Avaya Enterprise Class IP Solutions
125
Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator
128
Connectivity
129
Connectivity Using TCP/IP
129
Center Stage Switch
131
Connecting with ATM
133
Reliability
135
Busy Hour Call Completion
135
Adjuncts
136
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Media Gateways
137
The CMC1 Media Gateway
138
Minimum Cabinet Configurations
The G600 Media Gateway
140
141
G600 Media Gateway Cooling
141
Required Circuit Packs for the G600 Media Gateway and a S8700 Media Server
142
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP)
142
C-LAN (TN799DP)
142
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP)
143
Required circuit packs for the G600 Media
Gateway and a S8100 Media Server
143
The TN2314 Processor
143
TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector
144
The Avaya G700 Media Gateway
145
Avaya Expansion Module
146
The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
146
Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
147
Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
Octaplane Cabling
148
148
Power Supply
148
Motherboard
149
Fans
149
LEDs
149
Media Module LEDs
149
System-Level LEDs
150
Gateway Software
150
Maintenance Software
150
Connectivity
151
Avaya Media Modules
152
The SCC1 Media Gateway
153
Carrier Circuit Pack Slots
155
Carriers
156
Basic Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server SI
156
Duplicated Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server SI
157
Expansion Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY
Server SI, DEFINITY Server R, and the S8700 Media Server
158
Port Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server SI,
DEFINITY Server R, and the S8700 Media Server
159
The MCC1 Media Gateway
161
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Auxiliary Cabinet
162
Port Network Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server R or DEFINITY Server SI
163
Port Network Cabinet for the Avaya S8700 Media Server
163
Expansion Port Network Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server R or DEFINITY Server SI
165
Carriers
166
Control Carrier for the DEFINITY Server SI
166
Duplicated Control Carrier for the DEFINITY Server SI
168
Processor Carrier for the DEFINITY Server R and DEFINITY Server SI
168
Expansion Control Carrier for all server models
169
Port Carrier for the DEFINITY Server SI
DEFINITY Server R and S8700 Media Server
171
Switch Node Carrier for the DEFINITY Server R
and the S8700 Media Server
172
Carrier Circuit Pack Slots
173
Power and Circuit Packs
175
Circuit Packs and Power Supplies
176
1217A AC Power Supply
176
631DA1 AC Power Unit
176
631DB1 AC Power Unit
176
649A DC Power Unit
177
650A AC Power Unit
177
676C DC Power Supply
177
982LS Current Limiter
178
CFY1B Current Limiter
178
ED-1E568 DEFINITY AUDIX R4
178
J58890MA-1 Multi Application Platform DEFINITY (MAPD)
178
NAA1 Fiber Optic Cable Adaptor
179
TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)
179
TN433 Speech Synthesizer
179
TN436B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)
179
TN438B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
180
TN439 Tie Trunk (4 ports)
180
TN457 Speech Synthesizer
180
TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)
180
TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)
180
TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
181
TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)
182
TN497 Tie Trunk (4 ports)
182
TN553 Packet Data Line
182
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TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)
183
TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)
183
TN570D Expansion Interface
183
TN572 Switch-Node Clock
184
TN573B Switch-Node Interface for DEFINITY R
184
TN577 Packet Gateway
184
TN725B Speech Synthesizer
185
TN726B Data Line (8 ports)
185
TN735 MET Line (4 ports)
185
TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)
186
TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)
186
TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
187
TN750C Recorded Announcement (16 channels)
188
TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)
188
TN754C DCP Digital Line (4-wire, 8 ports)
188
TN755B Neon Power Unit
189
TN758 Pooled Modem (2 ports)
189
TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
190
TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)
190
TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)
190
TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)
190
TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)
191
TN771DP Maintenance and Test
192
TN775C Maintenance Board
193
TN780 Tone Clock
193
TN787K Multimedia Interface
193
TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner
194
TN789B Radio Controller
194
TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)
195
TN792 Duplication Interface
195
TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)
196
TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)
197
TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface
197
TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)
198
TN802B MAPD (IP Interface Assembly)
198
TN1648B System Access and Maintenance (SYSAM)
198
TN1650B Memory
199
TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)
200
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TN1655 Packet Interface
200
TN1657 Disk Drive
200
TN2138 Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
201
TN2139 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk(8 ports)
201
TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
201
TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)
201
TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
201
TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)
202
TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier (8 ports)
202
TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)
202
TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)
203
TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)
203
TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)
204
TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)
205
TN2202 Ring Generator
205
TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)
205
TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
206
TN2211 Optical Drive
206
TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)
207
TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)
(International Offers or US and Canada Offer B only)
207
TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)
208
TN2242 Digital Trunk
209
TN2301 Logic Switch
209
TN2302AP IP Media Processor
209
TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network
Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber
210
TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network
Interface for Single-Mode Fiber
210
TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)
210
TN2312AP IP Server Interface
210
The IPSI with the S8700 Multi-Connect
210
The IPSI with the S8700 IP Connect
212
IPSI Characteristics
212
TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)
213
TN2314 S8100 Media Server
213
TN2401 Network Control/Packet Interface for SI
214
TN2401/TN2400 Network Packet Interface complex assembly for SI upgrades
214
TN2402 Processor
215
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TN2404 Processor
215
TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1
215
TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)
216
TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)
216
TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter
217
TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter
217
TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter
218
TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter
218
TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer
218
UN330B Duplication Interface
218
UN331C Processor
220
UN332C Mass Storage/Network Control for R
220
Media Modules
221
Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
222
Echo Cancellation
222
CSU Function
223
Loopback/BERT Functions
223
E1 impedance
223
Bantam Jacks
223
LEDs
224
DB 25 DCE connector
224
Loopback Jack
224
Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
225
External Interfaces: CO Trunk Side
225
Caller ID
226
Analog Line Interface Requirements
226
Companding
226
Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
227
Hardware Interface
227
Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module
228
Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
229
Ethernet Interface
229
Voice Compression
230
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Optional Components
231
Optional Components for the S8100 Media Server
232
Media Gateways
232
Circuit Packs for the S8100 Media Server
232
Power Circuit Packs
232
Line Circuit Packs
232
Trunk Circuit Packs
233
Control Circuit Packs
234
Service Circuit Packs
234
Application Circuit Packs
234
Port Circuit Packs
234
Adapters
235
Avaya Telephones for the S8100 Media Server
235
IP Telephones
235
Digital Telephones
235
Soundstation Speakerphones
235
Analog Phones
236
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
236
Wireless
236
Consoles
236
Optional Components for the S8300 Media Server
237
Media Gateways
237
Media Modules for the G700 Media Gateway
237
Avaya Telephones for the S8300 Media Server
237
IP Telephones
237
Digital Telephones
237
Analog Telephones
238
Avaya Wireless
238
SoundStation
238
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in an IP Connect Configuration
239
Media Gateways
239
Circuit Packs for IP Connect
239
Line Circuit Packs
239
Trunk Circuit Packs
240
Control Circuit Packs
240
Service Circuit Packs
241
Application Circuit Packs
241
Port Circuit Packs
241
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Avaya Telephones for the S8700 IP Connect
241
IP Telephones
241
Digital Telephones
242
SoundStation Speakerphones
242
Analog Telephones
242
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephone
242
Wireless
242
Consoles
243
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a
Multi-Connect Configuration
244
Media Gateways
244
Circuit Packs for the S8700 Multi-Connect
244
Power Circuit Packs
244
Line Circuit Packs
244
Trunk Circuit Packs
245
Control Circuit Packs
246
Service Circuit Packs
246
Application Circuit Packs
247
Port Circuit Packs
247
Avaya Telephones for the S8700 Multi-Connect
247
IP Telephones
247
Digital Telephones
247
SoundStation Speakerphones
248
Analog Phones
248
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
248
Wireless
248
Consoles
248
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
249
Media Gateways
249
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server CSI
249
Power Circuit Packs
249
Line Circuit Packs
249
Trunk Circuit Packs
250
Control Circuit Packs
251
Service Circuit Packs
251
Application Circuit Packs
251
Port Circuit Packs
251
Adapter
252
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Avaya Telephones for DEFINITY Server CSI
252
IP Telephones
252
Digital Telephones
252
SoundStation Speakerphones
252
Analog Telephones
253
Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
253
Wireless
253
Consoles
253
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
254
Media Gateways
254
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server SI
254
Power Circuit Packs
254
Line Circuit Packs
254
Trunk Circuit Packs
255
Control Circuit Packs
256
Service Circuit Packs
256
Application Circuit Packs
257
Port Circuit Packs
257
Avaya Telephones for DEFINTIY Server SI
257
IP Telephones
257
Digital Telephones
258
Soundstation Speakerphones
258
Analog Phones
258
Consoles
259
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
260
Media Gateways
260
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server R
260
Power Circuit Packs
260
Line Circuit Packs
260
Trunk Circuit Packs
261
Control Circuit Packs
262
Service Circuit Packs
263
Application Circuit Packs
263
Port Circuit Packs
263
Avaya Telephones for the DEFINITY Server R
264
IP Telephones
264
Digital Telephones
264
Soundstation Speakerphones
264
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Analog Phones
265
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
265
Wireless
265
Consoles
265
Telephones and Speakerphones
267
Avaya Telephones
268
Avaya IP Telephones
268
Avaya 4602 IP Telephone
268
Avaya 4606 IP Telephone
269
Avaya 4612 IP Telephone
270
Avaya 4620 IP Telephone
271
Avaya 4624 IP Telephone
272
Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone
274
Avaya Digital Telephones
275
Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone
275
Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones
276
Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone
277
Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone
278
Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone
279
Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone
280
Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone
281
Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone
283
Avaya Attendant Consoles
284
Avaya 302D Attendant Console
284
Avaya Softconsole
284
Avaya Analog Telephones
286
Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals
286
Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone
287
Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone
288
Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone
289
Avaya Wireless Telephones
289
Avaya TransTalk 9040
289
SoundPoint and SoundStation Speakerphones
3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone
291
291
Highlights
291
Models
291
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3127 SoundStation Speakerphone
292
Highlights
292
Models
292
3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone
293
Highlights
293
Models
294
Site Requirements for the G600 Media Gateway
297
Rack Mounting, Temperature and Humidity Information for the
G600 Media Gateway
298
Heat Dissipation for the G600 Media Gateway
300
Typical G600 Media Gateway Heat Dissipation Specifications
Site Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
300
301
Environmental Considerations for the G700 Media Gateway
302
Power Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
303
Thermal Protection
303
Manual Reset
303
AC and Load Center Circuit Breakers
303
AC Power Distribution
304
AC Grounding/Protective Grounds
304
Site Requirements for the S8700 Media Server
Altitude, Air Pressure and Air Purity for the S8700 Media Server
Air Purity
305
306
306
Temperature and Humidity for the S8700 Media Server
307
EMI and RFI Specifications for the S8700 Media Server
309
Power Supply Specifications for the S8700 Media Server
310
BTU
310
Regulatory Certification for the S8700 Media Server
312
Product Safety Standards and Approvals
312
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standards and Approvals
312
Data Rack Mounting and Media Gateway Floor Loading for the
S8700 Multi-Connect
313
19 Inch Rack
313
S8700 Media Server
313
Avaya 700VA or 1500VA UPS Units
313
Avaya Ethernet Switches
314
Media Gateways
314
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Site Requirements for DEFINITY
Altitude, Air Pressure and Air Purity for DEFINITY
315
316
Altitude and Air Pressure
316
Air Purity
316
Cabinet Dimensions and Clearances
317
Floor Load Requirements
318
Power Requirements
319
Global AC MCC Power Supply
319
AC Power
319
60 Hz Power Sources in G3 Systems
319
50 Hz Power Sources in G3 Systems
320
DC Power
322
Circuit Breaker Sizes for AC and DC Cabinets
322
MCC1 Power System
323
AC Power Distribution
324
Circuit Breaker
326
48-VDC Batteries
326
Battery Charger
326
DC Power Relay
326
EMI Filters
326
Ring Generator
326
Fuses
327
Power Backup
327
UPS
327
AC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CH-1)
327
Power Backup
328
Small Batteries
328
Large Batteries
329
DC Power Distribution
330
DC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CF-2)
330
Ground Isolation
331
DC Power Converter (649A)
332
AC and DC Grounding
332
Approved Grounds
332
Protective Grounds
332
Approved Floor Grounds
333
Coupled Bonding Conductor
334
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SCC1 Power Systems
334
AC Power Supply (1217A)
334
DC Power Supply (676C)
335
DC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CG)
335
Enhanced DC Rectifier Cabinet (J58890R)
335
CMC1 AC Power Supply (650A)
335
CMC1 UPS
336
Cabinet Cooling Fans
336
CMC1 Fan Unit
336
MCC1 Fans
336
SCC1 Fan Unit
337
System Protection
337
Protection from Hazardous Voltages
337
Overvoltage Protection
337
Sneak Current Protection
338
Lightning Protection
338
Earthquake Protection
339
Temperature and Humidity for DEFINITY
MultiVantage Software
340
343
Avaya MultiVantage Software
344
Avaya Ethernet Switches
345
Avaya P330 Ethernet Switches
346
Features of the Avaya P330 Product Line
346
Auto-Negotiation
347
Congestion Control
347
VLANs
347
Multiple VLANs per Port
347
Leaky VLAN
347
Port Classification
348
Network TIME Acquiring Protocols
348
MAC Security
348
Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
348
IP Multicast Filtering
348
Radius Security
348
Port Redundancy
349
Intermodule Redundancy
349
Stack Redundancy
349
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Backup Power Supply
349
Fans
349
Network Management Agent (NMA) Redundancy
350
Software Download
350
P330 Standards Supported by Avaya
350
Avaya P330 Network Management
350
Avaya P330 Device Manager (Embedded Web)
350
Avaya P330 Command Line Interface (CLI)
351
CajunView
351
Avaya P330 Network Monitoring
351
Port Mirroring
351
SMON
352
Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet Switches
353
Avaya P133G2
353
Avaya P134G2
353
General Features of the P133G2 and P134G2 Switches
354
Interfaces
354
Standards Supported
354
Physical Characteristics
354
Environmental Conditions
355
Power Consumption
355
Agency Approval
355
Avaya UPS Units
357
Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
358
AS1 700 VA 120 V Online Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
358
AS1 700VA 230V Online UPS
358
AS1 700VA 100V Online UPS Japan
359
AS1 700VA 200V UPS Japan
359
AS1 1500VA 120V Online UPS
360
AS1 1500VA 230V Online UPS
360
AS1 1500VA 100V Online UPS Japan
361
AS1 1500VA 200V Online UPS Japan
362
UPS Add-on Modules
362
Extended Battery Module-EBM24 700-1000 VA
362
UPS Extended Battery Module-EBM48 1500-2000 VA
362
SNMP MODULE 700-2000 VA
363
BYPASS DISTRIBUTION MODULE 120V 700-1500 VA
363
PWR UPS BYPASS DISTR MOD S1 700VA-2K VA
363
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Customer Configurations
365
Small Businesses
366
Medium-sized Business Solution
368
Large Businesses
370
Branch Office and Multi-Site Configurations
372
Branch Office Configuration
372
Multi-Site Environment
373
Adjuncts
375
Partial Avaya Adjunct Listing
376
INTUITY AUDIX
376
Avaya Call Management System (CMS)
376
Call Detail Reporting
377
Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop
377
Avaya IP Agent
377
Index
379
October 2002
Overview
Overview
Avaya Enterprise Class IP Solutions (ECLIPS) offer a range of products that enable businesses
to tap the power of IP and converged networks and put them to work for your business. Powered
by rock-solid, Avaya MultiVantage™ software, the ECLIPS portfolio of products includes
Avaya™ Media Servers and Avaya™ Media Gateways, Avaya VisAbility™ Management Suite
(network management tools) and Avaya Communication Devices.
With Avaya MultiVantage™ enterprises can rethink their existing communication networks,
and determine where to introduce IP telephony in order to maximize the return on their
investment. The choices are nearly unlimited, given Avaya’s flexible, modular architecture and
commitment to standards-based software and hardware.
Avaya’s MultiVantage™ Software is highly scalable and reliable voice application software
with rich call processing and contact center functions and widely accepted
application-programming interface that supports a range of Avaya and third-party applications.
Avaya is bringing continuous voice application innovation to the enterprise. Avaya
MultiVantage delivers massive new scalability to provide a number of network devices to range
from as few as 20 users to up to a million.
Avaya Media Servers and Avaya Media Gateways provide smart ways to rethink networking by
adding top-tier scalability and reliability, while supporting mission-critical applications in a
distributed, secure, multi-vendor environment. To provide businesses with maximum flexibility,
the Avaya ECLIPS family of server and gateway components follow a modular mix-and-match
approach. The wide range of custom configurations can be deployed to meet a spectrum of
business needs: from a single-location, who desires an IP network for 200 employees, to a
complex multi-national network capable of supporting 10,000-plus users.
The Avaya line of media servers provides a robust application platform based on industry
standard operating systems to support distributed IP networking and centralized call processing
across multi-protocol networks. These servers are available as an integrated solution with other
servers or can operate independently.
Avaya Media Servers features and benefits
•
Redundant, survivable call and media processing supports crucial business continuity
•
Standards-based computing supports Linux, Microsoft Windows and Avaya’s
DEFINITY™ operating systems
•
Distributed survivable IP networking supports campus, global multi-site and branch
environments
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Overview
Avaya Media Gateways
These stackable and modular hardware elements deliver application-enabling data, voice, fax,
video and messaging capabilities to your network. They support both bearer and signaling
traffic routed between packet-switched and circuit-switched networks. These gateways are
optimized to enterprise class telephony and provide a variety of flexible deployment options.
Options include blended, such as IP and TDM, and 100% IP environments.
Avaya Media Gateways features and benefits
•
Interoperable with standards-based data networks
•
Stackable, modular, configurable component solutions
•
Redundant capabilities
•
Distributed networking
•
Supports traditional Avaya system cabinets
Avaya VisAbility™ Management Suite
Designed for a converged network environment Avaya Visability™ Management Suite
provides a comprehensive set of standards-based software tools that make it easier for you to
manage your complex network infrastructure-including both voice and data
communications-through a common web-based user interface. This enables you to improve
network uptime, increase staff productivity and reduce your operating costs.
Visibility features and benefits:
•
Web-based system view of Avaya Media Servers, Avaya Media Gateways and IP Phones
•
Voice over IP Monitoring provides industry-leading, centralized monitoring of network
quality based on endpoint information
•
Directory-enabled (LDAP) platform enables integration of management activities with
business processes
•
On-demand phone feature management provides users with the customization tools they
need
Avaya Communications Devices
Innovative and standards based-providing new mobility opportunities Avaya offers a wide
choice of flexible, intelligent, mobile and easy-to-use communication devices to meet your
company’s unique needs. With analog, digital and IP telephones, the spectrum is covered.
Highlights of the portfolio include the Avaya™ IP Softconsole, a software attendant console
that brings high-end attendant feature/functionality to converged networks. the Avaya IP
Softphone for Pocket PC brings the full functionality of you Avaya office phone to you
PocketPC handheld device. The ECLIPS portfolio also includes the Avaya 4630 Screenphone, a
full color, touch screen phone with Web-access. Avaya IP communication devices are supported
without special power requirements.
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Avaya Media Servers Detailed
Descriptions
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Overview
Avaya S8100 Media Server
Overview
The Avaya MultiVantage™ S8100 Media Server with a CMC1 Media Gateway or G600 Media
Gateway is a complete solution for the small, small of large, or medium-sized office. The S8100
Media Server uses the WINDOWS 2000 operating system. Avaya MultiVantage™ Software,
Avaya INTUITY™ AUDIX® messaging application, and Avaya Site Administration are
co-resident applications on the WINDOWS 2000 platform. An optional Ethernet connection
from the S8100 Media Server to the customer’s LAN provides easy access for administration.
Detailed Description
As part of the Avaya Enterprise Class IP Solutions (ECLIPS) portfolio, the S8100 Media Server
with the CMC1 Media Gateway or the G600 Media Gateway delivers a full range of global
communications capabilities including traditional voice and trunking needs and voice over IP
(VoIP) technology. Growth potential of up to 450 stations and 300 trunks give the small
customer room to expand. Investment protection is secured as existing telephones, cables and
circuit packs can be reused in larger solutions.
Highlights of the S8100 Media Server:
•
Windows 2000 operating system
•
The following co-resident applications
•
An integrated voice mail system - with eight ports and 100 hours of storage
•
Avaya Site Administration (ASA)- An application that allows an administrator
ease of use by providing a GUI interface and an add station wizard. Terminal
emulation capabilities are also included. ASA can be downloaded via the LAN
through the Peer WEB interface.
•
"Avaya MultiVantage Software" (page 336). For information about Avaya
MultiVantage software, see the Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software,
555-233-767.
•
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Trivial File Transfer Protocol
(TFTP) servers
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•
•
•
Customer configurations
•
Single sites
•
Multiple-sites and branch offices. The MultiVantage software allows for a
consistent, common user experience across a customer’s network
•
VOIP technology. With the addition of a CLAN and IP Media Processor boards,
the S8100 Media Server with the CMC1 Media Gateway provides complete IP
gateway and IP gatekeeper functions to support 100% VOIP capabilities
Call center
•
Up to 100 agents
•
Avaya CMS and Basic Call Management Reporting Desktop
•
On-board announcement functionality. The Avaya S8100 Media Server supports
eight ports of integrated announcements and 1 hour of noncompressed speech via
an on-board speech and signal processor. These announcements are stored on the
hard drive of the S8100 Media Server and can be backed up like MultiVantage
system translations files are. In addition, standard *.wav files may be imported
and used for system announcements.
Network connectivity
•
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
•
Internet Protocol (IP)
•
Supports Integrated Services Digital Network-Primary Rate Interface (ISDN-PRI)
access, Distributed Communications System (DCS), and QSIG private
networking
Main Components
The S8100 Media Server with the CMC1 Media Gateway or the G600 Media Gateway has the
following components:
•
A TN744E Call Classifier circuit pack that integrates the tone generator, tone
detection-call classifier, system clock, and synchronization functions. The tone
generation function puts tones on time slots of the TDM bus.
•
The S8100 Media Server has the following characteristics;
•
TN2314 Processor circuit pack
•
Windows 2000 operating system
•
Occupies two slots in either the CMC1 Media Gateway or the G600 Media
Gateway
•
Intel Pentium III 500 MHz and Motorola processors
•
256 MB of synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM)
•
An Ethernet RJ45 jack located on the faceplate for services to facilitate switch
installation and maintenance
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•
•
•
•
An RS232 port for external modem for INADS access during the warranty period
and when a maintenance contract is purchased
•
A 20 GB hard drive
•
Virtual ports for INTUITY™ AUDIX® and system announcements
•
Connectors for an optional (customer-provided) keyboard, monitor, and mouse
A G600 Media Gateway has the following characteristics:
•
The ability to connect up to three G600 Media Gateways together in one location
•
The first G600 contains the S8100 Media Server and the TN744E Tone Clock
board. These two packs take up three slots leaving seven universal slots available
for circuit packs.
•
Ten universal slots available in the second and third G600 Media Gateways for
circuit pack placement.
•
A choice of either floor or rack mounting.
•
The G600 Media Gateway can weigh from 40 to 50 pounds or 18 to 22.5
kilograms.
•
The dimensions of the G600 are: 12 x 19 x 22 inches or 30 x 48 x 55 centimeters.
A CMC1 Media Gateway has the following characteristics:
•
The ability to connect up to three CMC1 Media Gateways together.
•
The first CMC1 contains the S8100 Media Server and the TN744E Tone Clock
board. These two packs take up three slots leaving seven universal slots available
for circuit packs.
•
Ten universal slots available in the second and third CMC1 Media Gateways for
circuit pack placement.
•
The CMC1 Media Gateway weighs from 50 to 60 pounds.
•
The dimensions of the CMC1 Media Gateway is 11 x 25 x 25 inches.
•
A choice of either floor or wall mounting.
A Robotics modem, model 839 Sportster, can be ordered separately.
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Optional components
The S8100 Media Server with the CMC1 Media Gateway or the G600 Media Gateway can also
use the following optional components:
•
Avaya TN circuit packs
•
For VoIP the following circuit packs are used:
•
•
Control-LAN also called C-LAN (TN799DP) that provides TCP/IP connectivity
over Ethernet or PPP connectivity to adjuncts.
•
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP) provides media stream processing.
Avaya Telephones
•
Analog phones include the 6200, 7100 and 8100 series telephones.
•
Digital phones include support of the 6400 and 8400 series telephones.
•
IP phones include the 4600 series telephones.
•
The Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator (Avaya R300) acts like a simple switch
at the remote site to connect remote stations and local access trunks. The Avaya R300
supports VOIP and DCP, and connections for analog lines and trunks. Each Avaya R300
also supports 12 remote dial access data channels. The S8100 Media Server with either
CMC1 or a G600 Media Gateway supports up to 16 Avaya R300s.
•
An uninterruptible power system (UPS) provides uninterruptible power between the AC
power source and the S8100 Media Server with the CMC1 Media Gateway or the G600
Media Gateway. Avaya recommends that a UPS be used. A UPS provides dependable
power, and if a power failure occurs, provides battery backup for a graceful shutdown.
•
An Ethernet switch
Reliability
Avaya incorporates high reliability and availability into the S8100 Media Server. The hardware
is designed to detect and correct errors as they occur, to minimize the number of components
that can cause a system outage, and to simplify fault isolation to a replaceable component. Error
detection and correction, system reconfiguration, and alarming escalation paths provide
necessary performance elements. The software is designed to recover from intermittent failures
and to continue to provide service with a minimal disruption.
The maintenance subsystem manages three categories of maintenance objects: hardware
maintenance objects (MO), software processes, and data relationships. Hardware MOs are
tested, alarmed and removed from service by the software. When the hardware problem is
isolated, the object is replaced. If a software process encounters trouble, the process is
recovered or restarted. Data relationships are audited and corrected.
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Detailed Description
The following design elements help ensure high availability of the Windows 2000 Server
operating system:
•
A secondary on-board processor complex supports initialization, monitoring, and
recovery functions for all applications that run on the Windows 2000 Server operating
system. When a problem is detected the secondary processor takes corrective action to
minimize user impact.
•
DiskKeeper code is incorporated and runs regularly to eliminate disk fragmentation
problems.
•
Applications that run on the operating system are thoroughly pretested to ensure proper
performance. The operating system is closed to any applications other than the ones that
are manufacturer-provided.
•
The Windows 2000 Server event log is proactively scanned for potential
service-affecting items. If service-affecting items are found, alarms are generated which
may result in the site visit of service technician.
As another example of reliability, the CMC1 Media Gateway uses an assembly made up of three
hot-swappable fans. The fans automatically sense temperature and adjust their operating speed
accordingly. If one fan fails, the other two fans speed up to provide sufficient cooling for weeks
or more. In parallel, an alarm may be created dispatching a technician to replace a fan unit.
Recoverability
The S8100 Media Server with either CMC1 or a G600 Media Gateway provides the following
recoverability:
•
System survival of minor power disruptions without service interruption.
•
Automatic restoration of the last saved version of the customer translations following a
power outage.
•
Scheduled centralized backups of critical system information at remote sites. In an
emergency, multiple copies of translations, INTUITY AUDIX subscriber information,
and the Windows 2000 Server registry are available. Saved information can be quickly
restored. Backups can be saved on the PCMCIA card that is provided or to another server
over the LAN.
•
Emergency transfer equipment is an option that cuts up to six analog lines directly
through to CO analog trunks.
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Detailed Description
Administration
Administration for the S8100 Media Server can be done by using Avaya Site Administration,
the Peer WEB server, or a telnet session.
Avaya Site Administration
Avaya Site Administration (ASA) is a Windows-based system management tool that provides
an easy-to-use interface with the S8100 Media Server and INTUITY™ AUDIX®. The built-in
wizards globally update records, add users, and complete other administrative tasks and
maintenance tasks. Shortcuts and templates can be created for frequently used commands and
tasks. ASA uses the Graphically Enhanced DEFINITY® Interface (GEDI): however, the
standard system administration terminal (SAT) interface remains available through terminal
emulation.
Peer Web Server
The Avaya S8100 Media Server can be administered through a WEB interface using a PEER
WEB server through a LAN connection. The administrator can download software, such as
Message Manager and ASA, connect to INTUITY AUDIX, schedule a backup or look at
backup results and restore from a backup.
Telnet Session
A terminal emulation access can be used via a Telnet session.
Avaya MultiVantage Software
The S8100 Media Server uses Avaya MultiVantageTM software for call processing solutions in
large and small customer environments. For more information on these solutions, see the
Overview for Avaya MultiVantageTM Software.
Avaya MultiVantage is an open, scalable, highly reliable and secure telephony application.
Avaya MultiVantage software provides user functionality, and system management
functionality, intelligent call routing, application integration and extensibility, and enterprise
communications networking. MultiVantage offers over 500 features, in the following
categories.
•
Call center
•
Telephony features
•
Localization
•
Collaboration
•
Mobility
•
Messaging
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Telecommuting
•
System management
•
Reliability
•
Security, privacy and safety
•
Hospitality
•
Attendant features
•
Networking
•
Intelligent call routing
•
Application programming interfaces.
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Overview
Avaya S8300 Media Server and
an Avaya G700 Media Gateway
Overview
The Avaya™ S8300 Media Server, the G700 Media Gateway, and Avaya™ Media Modules
provide the ability to converge voice and data into one infrastructure, creating flexibility for
growing companies. The S8300 Media Server is a Pentium based processor in a Media Module
form factor that resides in the G700 Media Gateway. The S8300 Media Server is also available
in a Local Survivable Processor (LSP) configuration when the S8700 Media Server is used as
the primary controller. The G700 Media Gateway is based on an Avaya P330 switch, that
contains VoIP resources, and modular interface connectivity. The Media Modules provide
analog, digital, T1/E1, BRI, and additional VoIP capabilities.
See the following figure for an example of the S8300 Media Server and Media Modules
installed in the G700 Media Gateway.
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Detailed Description
This section will describe the details associated with the hardware components of the following:
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The S8300 Media Server,"S8300 Media Server" (page 35)
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The S8300 Media Server in a LSP configuration (LSP),"S8300 Media Server in an LSP
Configuration" (page 47)
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The IA 770 INTUITY AUDIX, "IA 770 INTUITY AUDIX Messaging" (page 48)
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The G700 Media Gateway"The Avaya G700 Media Gateway" (page 143)
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Media Modules, "Avaya Media Modules" (page 42)
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Call Center, "Call Center" (page 49)
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Customer Configuration, "Customer Configuration Options" (page 51)s
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Adjuncts, "Adjuncts" (page 54)
Main Components
The following components can be used with the S8300 Media Server and the G700 Media
Gateway:
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Avaya™ Media Modules:
— Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
— Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
— Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
— Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module
— Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
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"Avaya MultiVantage Software" (page 336). For information about Avaya
MultiVantage™ software, refer to the "Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software",
555-233-767.
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Avaya P330 Expansion Modules
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Avaya WAN Access Router Modules for the Avaya P330 Stackable Switching System
The S8300 Media Server, the G700 Media Gateways and all other components will be
described in more detail in the following sections.
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S8300 Media Server
The S8300 Media Server is a Pentium-based processor that runs on a Linux operating system
and resides in slot V1 of the G700 Media Gateway. It comes standard with the following:
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The S8300 Media Server is powered by MultiVantage Software that is derived from
DEFINITY® functionality. For a description of MultiVantage software go to:
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For internal access: http://www1.avaya.com/enterprise/who/docs/multivantage/
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For business partner access: http://avaya.com/businesspartner, click on solutions,
products, and services
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For customer access: http://support.avaya.com
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Avaya Site Administration (ASA): An easy to use administration tool that provides an
add user wizard, a GUI interface and terminal emulation capabilities.
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A 20GB hard disk.
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256 MB RAM
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A WEB server used for the following:
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Backups and restores for customer data.
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Easy access to view current alarms.
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The ability to perform server maintenance including busy out and release busyout,
shutdown, and status of the S8300 Media Server.
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Security commands that will enable and disable the modem, start and stop FTP
server, and view the software license.
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SNMP access to configure trap destinations, and stop and start the master agent.
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S8300 Media Server configuration information and upgrade access.
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Download of ASA from the S8300 Media Server to a PC on the LAN.
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Linux operating system (Redhat v6.x).
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Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server.
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H.248 Media Gateway Signaling Protocol
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Control messages tunneled over H.323 Signaling Protocol
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Two E1/T1 ports and a 10/100BaseT port.
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Two serial ports supporting V.35, RS530 and 10/100BaseT port.
The S8300 will support a maximum of:
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250 stations
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250 trunks
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5 G700 Media Gateways
See the following figure for an example of the S8300 Media Server in a G700 Media Gateway.
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G700 Media Gateway
The G700 Media Gateway is designed to offer options and provide scalability. It is functional
on its own or with other G700 Media Gateways. Five G700 Media Gateways can be supported
using the S8300 Media Server. A maximum of 30 G700 Media Gateways can be supported
using the S8700 Media Server. The G700 is also functional in a stack that is mixed with Avaya
P330 devices such as the P333T, P333R, and P334.
To provide power to IP telephones without additional cables, stack the G700 Media Gateways
with the Avaya P333T-PWR.
The following list describes the basic architecture of the G700 Media Gateway:
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Intel i960 controller that hosts all the base switch control and management software.
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Fits in a EIA-310-D standard 19 inch rack
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Can sit on a desk top
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Contains four Media Module slots
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One Avaya P330 expansion module slot
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One slot for the Avaya P330 Octaplane stacking fabric
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Contains an internal Motherboard described in detail later in this section
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Standard based 10/100 Ethernet Interface connection types
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Internal global AC power supply that provides low voltage DC power to the fans,
Motherboard and Media Modules
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Four internal fans that provide cooling for the internal components
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A LED board that indicates system level status
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A serial port for command line access
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A VoIP engine that supports up to 64 G.711 single channel calls
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Eight port layer 2 switch
The G700 Media Gateway has a physical design that is similar to the Avaya stackable switching
products. The following figure shows the G700 Media Gateway with two Avaya P330 switches.
The G700 is shown at the top of the stack.
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The G700 Media Gateway is architecturally based on the Avaya P330 switch. Therefore,
customers can use any of the Avaya Expansion Modules with the G700 Media Gateway.
Additional Avaya LAN and WAN expansion modules connect directly to the G700 Media
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Gateway without requiring additional hardware. Two expansion modules are available from
Avaya:
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Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
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Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Modules
The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
Customers with multiple branch offices need network solutions that are simple flexible and
scalable. The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module allows customers to deploy a unified,
high performance LAN/WAN infrastructure in one data stack.
Highlights of the Avaya X330 WAN Access Router
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Provides integrated WAN access that can be used with external firewalls or VPN
Gateways
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Works with the following WAN and routing protocols
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Point-to-Point (PPP) over channeled E1/T1
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Frame Relay
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RIP v1 and v2
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Single Area OSPF
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VRRP Redundancy
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Throughput: wire speed WAN routing
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Congestion control
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link redundancy
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802.1Q/p VLAN and priority
Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
Highlights of the Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
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Maximum flexibility to the data stack
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
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LAG redundancy
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Link redundancy
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Congestion control
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! CAUTION:
Avaya Expansion Modules and Octaplane Stacking Modules are not hot-swappable. The
system must be turned off to before you remove or insert an Expansion Module.
Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
The Octaplane is a name for an Avaya hardware capability to bundle stackable components
using a 4 bgps in each direction technology. This technology combines separate units into a
larger logical switch using different lengths of cables that are connected to the expansion slots
in the rear of the units. The cables are wired in a ring configuration, providing redundancy to the
stack. In the event that a single unit should fail, the stack integrity is maintained. You can
remove, or replace, any single unit without disrupting operation or performing stack-level
reconfiguration.
Octaplane Cabling
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Short Octaplane cable - light- colored,
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Universal Power Supply (BUPS) unit.
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Long Octaplane cable - light- colored,
used to connect switches from two
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Redundant cable - black, used to
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Extra-Long Octaplane cable light-colored, used to connect switches
from two different physical stacks
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Power Supply
The G700 Media Gateway uses an AC power supply. A power supply located in the G700
Media Gateway converts AC input power to voltages needed by the solution.
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Motherboard
The Motherboard resides within the G700 Media Gateway. This board controls the following:
The VoIP Engine which supports 64 channels. If more then 64 channels are needed, a
VoIP Media Module is required. The VoIP Engine performs the following functions:
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IP/UDP/RTP processing
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Echo cancellation
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G.711 A/mu
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G.729 and G723.1 encode/decode
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Fax relay
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Silence suppression
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Jitter buffer management
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Packet loss concealment.
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The Gateway Processor complex, which controls all the resources inside the Gateway.
The Gateway Processor functions include the Media Module Manager, Tone Clock and
H.248 signaling to the Gateway Controller.
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An Avaya P330 processor complex is based on the Avaya P330 data switch architecture.
This complex provides an eight-port Layer 2 switch function and manages the Expansion
and Cascade modules.
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The electrical and physical connectivity for the four Media Module slots.
NOTE:
The Motherboard can not be replaced in the field.
For more information about the VoIP Media Module, see "Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module"
(page 223).
Fans
The G700 Media Gateway contains four 12-volt fans. These fans are monitored and can be
reported by SNMP to a management station.
LEDs
The S8300 Media Server with the G700Media Gateway uses two types of LEDs:
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Media Module
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System-level
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Media Module LEDs have the following characteristics:
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Each Media Module has at least three LEDs to indicate module and port status or
maintenance and administration modes.
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The location, spacing, and labeling is fixed for all LEDs on every Media Module.
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The LEDs are mounted on the Media Module printed wiring board, and placed so that
they show through an opening.
System-Level LEDs
The LED board provides visual indication of system status and data port status, and allows the
customer to change between status indication modes. The System Level-LEDs have the
following characteristics:
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An LED board is located in the upper left front of each G700 Media Gateway. The front
of the LED board displays the LEDs in an oblong fascia panel.
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The LED board provides visual indication of system and Ethernet port status and allow
the customer to switch between status indication modes.
You must remove the LED board when you install or remove the S8300 Media Server or the
Standby S8300 Media Server. The two components must be installed or removed as a unit.
NOTE:
The LED panel is not the same size as standard Media Module slots. You cannot insert a
Media Module into the LED slot, or vice versa.
Gateway Software
Gateway software is responsible for:
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Individual Media Gateway operations
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Terminating H.248 on the G700 Media Gateway
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Interacting with maintenance operations.
Maintenance Software
The Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway has a dual maintenance strategy. Maintenance
software runs on both the G700 Media Gateway platform and the Media Server for the
subsystems on the platform. This platform software performs initialization and motherboard
maintenance, along with internal environmental monitoring.
In contrast, Media Modules are tested and brought into service by the Media Server
maintenance software after the G700 Media Gateway registers with the Media Server. While the
G700 Media Gateway maintenance software is aware of the Media Modules, the modules and
associated ports are controlled by the Media Server. Error logs are maintained on the Media
Server.
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Avaya Media Modules convert the voice path of the traditional circuits such as analog trunk,
T1/E1, and DCP to a TDM bus. The VoIP engine then converts the voice path from the TDM
bus to a compressed or uncompressed and packetized VoIP on an Ethernet connection.
The Avaya Media Modules reside in the G700 Media Gateway and interact with the
motherboard and backplane.
There are five Media Modules:
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
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Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
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Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
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Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
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Although some Media Modules contain additional LEDs, each Media Module faceplate has a
standard pattern of three LEDs that indicate the following conditions.
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Red indicates a fault condition. This LED is also on when the Media Module is
physically inserted, and should turn off when the board initializes.
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Green indicates a test condition.
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Yellow indicates an in use condition.
Pathways for Media Module Control
Two pathways provide Media Module control:
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The TDM bus-based control channel interface that is modeled after DEFINITY
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An Ethernet interface
Avaya™ MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
The MM710 terminates a T1 or E1 connection. The MM710 has built-in Channel Service Unit
(CSU) so an external CSU is not necessary. The CSU is only used for the T1 circuit.
The MM710 highlights:
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Software selectable T1 or E1 operation.
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Integrated CSU for the T1 circuit only.
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Both A-law (E1) and Mu-law (T1) companding, gain control, and echo cancellation
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ISDN PRI capability (23B + D or 30B + D).
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Trunk signaling to support US and International CO or tie trunks.
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Echo cancellation in either direction.
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Fractional T1 support.
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OIC DB 25-pin interface.
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A Bantam loopback jack that is used for testing of T1 or E1 circuits.
See the following figure for an example of the MM710.
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For more information, see "Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module" (page 216).
Avaya™ MM711 Analog Media Module
The MM711 provides analog trunk and telephone features and functionality.
The administrator can configure any of the eight ports of the MM711 as follows:
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Central office trunk, either loop start or ground start.
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Analog Direct Inward Dialing (DID) trunks, either wink start or immediate start.
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2-wire analog Outgoing CAMA E911 trunks for connectivity to the PSTN.
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MF signaling is supported for CAMA ports.
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Analog, tip/ring devices such as single-line telephones with or without LED message
waiting indication.
The MM711 also supports:
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Type 1 and Type 2 Caller ID.
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Ring voltage generation for a variety of international frequencies and cadences.
See the following figure for an example of the MM711.
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For more information, refer to "Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module" (page 219).
Avaya™ MM712 DCP Media Module
The MM712 allows you to connect up to eight two-wire Digital Communications Protocol
(DCP) voice terminals.
See the following figure for an example of the MM712.
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For more information, see "Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module" (page 221).
Avaya™ MM720 BRI Media Module
The MM720 contains eight ports that interface to the central office at the ISDN T reference
point. Information is communicated in two ways:
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Over two 64 Kb channels called B1 and B2
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Can be circuit switched simultaneously
Over a 16 Kb channel called the D channel
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Occupies one time slot for all eight D channels
The circuit switched connections have a u-law or A-law option for voice operation. The circuit
switched connections operate as 64 Kb clear channels when in the data mode.
The MM720 does not support the following:
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BRI stations
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Combining both B channels together to form a 128 Kb channel
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See the following figure for an example of the MM720.
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For more information on the MM720 see "Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module" (page 222)
Avaya™ MM760 VoIP Media Module
The MM760 is a clone of the motherboard VoIP engine. The MM760 provides an additional 64
VoIP channels with G.711 compression.
The capacity is 64 G.711 TDM/IP simultaneous calls, or 32 compression codec, G.729 or G.723,
TDM/IP simultaneous calls. These call types can be mixed on the same resource; in other
words, the simultaneous call capacity of the resource is 64 G.711 equivalent calls.
See the following figure for an example of a MM760.
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For more information, see"Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module" (page 223).
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S8300 Media Server in an LSP
Configuration
The S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable Processor (LSP) configuration uses the S8300
hardware component and a software license to activate a standby feature. This software allows
the LSP with a G700 Media Gateway to be a survivable call-processing server for remote and
branch locations. The S8700 Media Server is the only server in this configuration.The S8300
Media Server and the LSP cannot reside in the same G700 Media Gateway.
The installation for the LSP differs from other Media Modules because of the height. The LSP
still plugs into a Media Module slot, but is restricted to the left most slot under the LED board
and panel. When installing or removing the LSP, the LSP and the LED board must be removed
as a single unit.
The LSP will activate if, for any reason, the communication between the G700 Media Gateway
and the S8700 Media Server stops. The LSP takes over only for those telephones that are
connected to the G700 Media Gateway in which it is installed. Not all calls are preserved when
the LSP is activated. IP-to-IP shuffled calls are preserved. All other calls will end.
The hardware for the S8300 Media Server and the LSP is identical. The LSP has the following
differences that will be explained in more detail:
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A different IP address than the S8700 Media Server it is supporting
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License file has six days of use once a G700 registers with it
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Receives saved translations from the primary server
IP Addressing
The G700 Media Gateway does not use the DHCP server. The G700 Media Gateway uses a
manual IP addressing list.
IP telephones obtain their own IP address from a DHCP server. The DHCP server also sends a
list of controllers, LSPs, and associated IP addresses. The IP telephone then registers to the
controller that corresponds to the first IP address in this list. When connectivity is lost between
the controller and the endpoint, the endpoint registers with the second IP address in the list, and
so on. This list is administrable for telephones on the DHCP server.
Use of License Files
The LSP is sold with a special license that enables MultiVantage™ software to run in a backup
mode. When the LSP becomes active and begins call processing, an alarm is raised. This alarm
notifies the license that the LSP is in service. A timer is started that runs for six days, after
which the LSP stops processing calls. If communication between the primary server and the
G700 is re-established within that six day period, the LSP must be reset. All endpoints will then
register with the primary controller. Upon another failure, the license file time will start with the
full six days.
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The fail-over from the primary controller, the S8700 Media Server with Multi-Connect, to the
LSP, is an automatic process and does not require human intervention. The fail-back from the
LSP to the primary controller is not automatic and requires a reset on the LSP. The reset breaks
the communication between the LSP and all registered endpoints and causes the endpoints to
register with the primary controller. During fail-back to the primary controller, all calls are
dropped with the exception of IP-to-IP calls.
Preservation of Customer Translations
An automatic process copies customer translation changes made on the primary server to all
LSPs.
IA 770 INTUITY AUDIX Messaging
The IA770 INTUITY™ AUDIX® Messaging is an optional voice mail system used with the
S8300 Media Server. The IA770 requires a small circuit board that is plugged directly into a
connector on the S8300 Media Server. The IA770 software and the MultiVantage™ software
communicate over the connection on the TDM bus that exists between the small circuit board
and the S8300 Media Server.
INTUITY AUDIX uses the small circuit board to:
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Convert messages to the code excited linear prediction (CELP) format
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Convert text to speech
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Process touch tones and fax signals
The IA770 provides an feature rich stand-alone solution for small companies. The IA770 can be
networked with other voice systems using TCP/IP, AMIS, and Avaya Interchange for larger
companies with branch offices.
Highlights of the IA770:
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Available in two sizes:
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Four ports with up to 100 local users
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Eight ports with up to 300 local users
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Maximum of 500,000 remote messaging subscribers
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Maximum of eight networking channels
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INTUITY AUDIX LX Release 1
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Message Manager Release 4.6
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Maximum of 500 clients
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Internet Messaging
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Backup of translations and messages over LAN and WAN
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Message storage:
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Up to 30 minutes for each mailbox
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Up to 300 total hours
The IA 770 uses many of the resources of the S8300 Media Server and the G700 Media
Gateway in which it resides. The following outlines the shared resources used by the IA 770:
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The S8300 hard drive for data storage and retrieval
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The S8300 TFTP server is used for the following:
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Downloading and updating the license file
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Backup and restore of data
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Software updates and upgrades
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The IP address of the S8300 for administration access
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The S8300 license file for feature activation
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the S8300 General Alarm Manager for alarm display
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The S8300 Web interface to start and stop the system
The IA770 also shares the same switch-tone parameters established for the S8300 Media Server.
The countries for which country-specific switch-tone parameters are required are
•
Australia
•
Brazil
•
Canada - uses the same parameters as the United States
•
Germany
•
Mexico
•
United Kingdom
•
United States
Additional countries will be added in the near future.
Call Center
The S8300 Media Server provides a excellent solution for a small call center. The S8300 Media
Server with the G700 Media Gateway supports the following call center capabilities:
•
All three Avaya call center packages: Avaya Call Center Basic, Avaya Call Center
Deluxe, and Avaya Call Center Elite
•
Supports up to 250 agents
•
Supports a maximum of 16 ASAI links
•
Avaya G700 announcement software
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Avaya G700 Announcement Software
Voice announcements are used in a call center environment to announce delays, direct
customers to different departments, and entertain and inform calling parties. The announcement
capability is standard and comes co-resident on the G700. The G700 announcement software
has many of the functionalities of the TN2501AP VAL circuit pack.
See the following table for differences between the Avaya G700 Announcement software and
the VAL circuit pack.
Comparison between the G700 Announcement software and the
VAL circuit pack
Area description
TN2501AP (VAL) circuit pack
Avaya G700 announcement
software
Requires hardware
Yes
No
Maximum storage time per
board for TN750 or
TN2501AP
Up to 60 minutes at 64 Kbps
sample rate
Up to 20 minutes at 64Kbps
uncompressed speech
Concurrent Calls per
Announcement
50 when using a DEFINITY
Server SI or DEFINITY
Server CSI
1,000
1,000 when using the
DEFINITY Server R or
S8700 Media Server
Backup and restore over
LAN
Yes
Yes
Recording Method
Use PC or telephone
Use PC or telephone
File portability to multiple
DEFINITY or
MultiVantage™ servers
Yes
Yes
Playback quality
Toll quality
Toll quality
Backup speed
2.6 seconds for each 60
seconds of announcement
time
2.6 seconds for each 60
seconds of announcement
time
Reliability
High
High
Firmware downloadable
Yes
Yes
Number of boards per
system
5 on the DEFINITY® CSI
and DEFINITY SI
10 per configuration
10 on the DEFINITY R and
S8700 Media Server
Announcements per board
256
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Comparison between the G700 Announcement software and the
VAL circuit pack — Continued
Area description
TN2501AP (VAL) circuit pack
Avaya G700 announcement
software
Maximum number of
announcements in a
configuration
128 DEFINITY Server CSI
or DEFINITY Server Si
3,000 over multiple G700
Media Gateways
1,000 DEFINITY Server R
3,000 S8700 Media Server
Format
CCITT A-law or u-law
CCITT A-law or u-law
Sample bits
eight
eight
Sample rate
8,000 KHz
8,000 KHz
Channels
Mono
Mono
Customer Configuration Options
The S8300 Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway provides a standards-based, IP
communications infrastructure without compromising the customer’s applications, reliability,
and multi-service networking. This solution can be installed for small customers or large
customers with branch offices or in a multi-site configuration.
The S8300 Media Server with the G700 Gateway provides the following networking benefits:
•
Feature transparency across the network via QSIG or DCS+.
•
A consistent user experience with the same user interface
•
Unified system management
•
Applications that are controlled by Avaya MultiVantage™ Software that offers full a
enterprise feature set and is standards-based using H.248 for gateway control.
•
Ease of moves, adds, and changes with the same administration interface.
For examples of configurations see:
•
"Small-business solution using the Avaya S8300 Media Server and the G700 Media
Gateway" (page 358)
•
"Branch Office Configuration" (page 364)
•
"Multi-Site Environment" (page 365)
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System Management
Avaya VisAbility Management Suite
Avaya’s VisAbility™ Management Suite offers a comprehensive set of Web-based network and
system management solutions for the converged voice and data environment. Avaya VisAbility
Management provides a standard based infrastructure for integrated management applications.
Avaya’s VisAbility Management Suite components include:
•
Avaya MultiVantage Fault and Performance Manager - Fault Management displays a
hierarchical view of devices and their status which makes it possible for users to view
and isolate alarms and errors. Performance Management provides a comprehensive set of
performance reports for measuring trends and isolating performance issues.
•
Avaya MultiVantage Configuration Manager - Web-based configuration and
administration for multiple devices provides a single point of entry for centralized
management of distributed network and campus environments.
•
Avaya Directory Enabled Management - A converged voice and data directory
enabled middleware solution that provides a platform to simplify information and
configuration management of Avaya solutions with real-time, integrated, directory-based
read and write access to Avaya communications server-based databases
•
Avaya Terminal Configuration - A Web-based client application that allows end users
to access Avaya MultiVantage devices to configure some of their personal preferences
for station sets and features. Avaya Terminal Configuration runs on top of the Avaya
Directory Enabled Management software. The administrator controls the access to a
limited set of features, along with the ability to print a copy of the terminal user button
labels.
Avaya MultiService Network Manager
The S8300 Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway uses the optional Avaya MultiService
Network Manager infrastructure to provide access to the management facilities that are used to
administer and operate the system. CVSA, also referred to as the Avaya Management Portal
(AMP), is a client/server component that is the entry point to the system.
The CVSA server, or back-end component, runs on a separate PC or Solaris workstation. The
AMP is a Java applet that provides access to some basic CVSA services and serves as starting
point for collection of network management applications.
The AMP provides the following services:
•
Network viewing with standard and customizable filters
•
Application execution
•
Trap logging and management
•
Provides discovery of IP devices showing a system view on a network map and is a
central launch point for VisAbility applications.
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Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager
The Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager works on Windows 2000 and provides QoS monitoring
and feedback that allows the customer to visualize the real-time operation of VoIP systems. The
tool provides information on QoS parameters related to VoIP quality. The Avaya VoIP
Monitoring Manager provides the ability to view QoS-related information through a client GUI
application from the customer’s LAN or by remote access. The Avaya VoIP Monitoring
Manager can be configured to generate traps, associated with VoIP QoS, sent to any NMS.
The Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager can receive:
•
RTCP packets from IP telephones
•
IP soft phones
•
VoIP engines on media gateways
•
IP Media Servers
The RTCP data for current calls is published in the RTP MIB via the SNMP agent that is
running on the server. The historical RTCP data is published in the VMON MIB. Both forms of
RTCP data can be viewed by field support, a system administrator or services personnel.
•
Avaya Policy Manager - A policy based network management system allowing users to
configure the QoS parameters for the entire distributed network from a centralized
location.
Media Server Web Interface
The Web browser-based tool on the S8300 Media Server uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI)
interface to perform server administration tasks such as:
•
Backups and restores for customer data.
•
An easy access to view current alarms.
•
The ability to perform server maintenance including busy out and release busy out
of the S8300 Media Server, shutdown of the S8300 Media Server, and status of
the S8300 Media Server.
•
Security commands that will enable and disable the modem, start and stop FTP
server, and view the license.
•
SNMP access to configure trap destinations, stop and start the master agent.
•
S8300 Media Server configuration information and upgrade access.
•
Download of ASA from the S8300 Media Server to a PC on the LAN.
The Web interface contains an extensive help system that describes all the Web screens and
Media Server procedures.
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Adjuncts
This is a partial list of the some adjuncts that Avaya provides.
•
A system printer is supported when a terminal server is used.
•
A journal printer is supported when a terminal server is used.
•
Call Detail Recording (CDR) is supported when a terminal server is used.
•
External INTUITY AUDIX
•
Avaya Business Communication Management System
•
Avaya Call Management System
International Information
The S8300 Media Server will be available in the following countries:
•
Argentina
•
Australia
•
Austria
•
Belgium
•
Brazil
•
Canada
•
China
•
France
•
Germany
•
Hong Kong
•
Ireland
•
Israel
•
Italy
•
Japan
•
Korea
•
Mexico
•
The Netherlands
•
New Zealand
•
Nordics
•
Russia
•
Singapore
•
Spain
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•
Switzerland
•
Taiwan
•
United Kingdom
•
United States
Digital Trunks and CO Trunks
See the following table for digital trunk and CO trunk information for each country
Country
Digital
Trunk
CO Trunk
AC Power
See Note
Plug Type
DC Power1
Compandin
g
ICID
R2MFC
over
Argentina
E1
LS
220v
B, C, E
-48v
A-law
-2
E1
Australia
E1
LS DID
220v
C
-
A-law
-
-
Austria
E1
LS
220v
B, E
-48v
A-law
-
-
Belgium
E1
LS
220v
A, B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Brazil
E1
LS
110/220v
A, B, D, E
-48v
A-law
-
E1
Canada
T1
LS GS DID
110v
A
-
A-law
Bellcore FSK
-
China
E1
LS
220v
B, C, E
-48v
A-law
-
E1
Denmark
E1
-
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Finland
E1
-
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
France
E1
LS
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Germany
E1
LS
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Hong Kong
T1
LS
220v
D, E, I
-
Mu-law
Bellcore FSK
-
Ireland
E1
LS
220v
B, D, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Israel
E1
LS DID E&M
220v
B, G
-48v
A-law
-
-
Italy
E1
LS E&M
220v
B, F
-60v
A-law
-
-
Japan
T1
LS DID
100v
A
-
Mu-law
NTT Clip
-
Korea
E1
LS DID
110v/220v
A, B
-
A-law
-
-
Mexico
E1
LS
110v
A
-60v
A-law
Bellcore FSK
E1
Netherlands
E1
LS
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
New Zealand
E1
LS DID
220v
C
-
A-law
-
-
Norway
E1
-
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
-
Russia
Singapore
E1
LS DID
220v
B, D, E, I
-
A-law
Bellcore FSK
Spain
E1
LS
220v
A, B, E
-48v
A-law
-
-
Sweden
E1
-
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Switzerland
E1
LS
220v
B, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
Taiwan
E1
LS DID
110v
A
-48v
Mu-law
-
-
U.K.
E1
LS
220v
D, E
-60v
A-law
-
-
U.S.
T1
LS GS DID
110v
A
-
Mu-law
Bellcore FSK
-
1.
2.
DC power is only a TA issue in China.
Indicates that the feature is not important or applicable.
NOTE:
In general all references to 110-V apply to the range from 100-V to 160-V. References to
220-V apply to the range from 220-V to 240-V.
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Overview
Avaya S8700 Media Server and
an Avaya G600 Media Gateway
Overview
The Avaya™ S8700 Media Server, Avaya G600 Media Gateway, and Avaya G700 Media
Gateway, is an Internet Protocol (IP) telephony server solution that routes voice, data, and video
traffic using a combination of IP and traditional endpoints such as digital, analog, and ISDN.
The S8700 Media Server has an Intel-based server, modular media gateways, and IP-based
connectivity that meets a variety of customer telephony needs. From this point, the S8700
Media Server with the G600 Media Gateway or the G700 Media Gateway, will be referred to as
S8700 IP Connect.
See the following figure for an example of the S8700 Media Server.
S8700 Media Server
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Detailed Description
The S8700 IP Connect is an all-IP solution that is part of the Avaya Enterprise Class IP
Solutions (ECLIPS). The S8700 IP Connect is comprised of the following:
•
Duplicated S8700 Media Servers running the Linux operating system.
•
At least one Ethernet switch within the customer’s own local area network (LAN) or one
provided by Avaya for the customer’s LAN.
The following media gateways can be used with the S8700 IP Connect solution:
•
Up to 64 Port Networks (PNs) using the G600 Media Gateway.
•
Up to 30 G700 Media Gateways.
The duplicated S8700 Media Servers are commercial servers with Intel Pentium III processors
that can be located anywhere in the network and can be physically located up to 10 Km apart.
Each server is backed up by Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). Avaya recommends that a
UPS unit also back up the Ethernet switch.
The S8700 IP Connect uses IP connectivity exclusively between PNs. The S8700 IP Connect
can utilize a customer’s existing VoIP ready IP infrastructure. This solution saves customers the
cost of building a separate telephony network. As an all-IP solution, traditional forms of bearer
network direct connect, Center Stage Switch (CSS) connect, and ATM-Port Network
Connectivity (ATM-PNC) are not supported. Also, traditional survivability options are not
supported. Such options include the Survivable Remote Processor or the ATM WAN Spare
Processor.
The IP Connect control network is comprised of the customer LAN, and the IP Server interface
connectivity via an IP Server Interface (IPSI) board. The IPSI provides control network
connectivity, tone clock and global call classifier functionality.
Main Components
The S8700 IP Connect consists of the following system components:
•
Duplicated S8700 Media Servers
•
Two UPS units, one for each server
•
Two ACM compliant USB Modems
•
Media Gateways: The G600 Media Gateway can be used as a PN off of the S8700 Media
Server. The G700 Media Gateway can be connected to the S8700 through the G600
Media Gateway.
•
At least one IPSI
•
At least one TN799DP C-LAN
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•
At least one TN2302AP IP Media Processor to support inter-port and intra-port network
bearer connectivity
•
"Avaya MultiVantage Software" (page 336). For information about Avaya MultiVantage
software, see the Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software, 555-233-767.
NOTE:
The CMC1 Media Gateway, the SCC1 Media Gateway, and the MCC1 Media Gateways,
are not supported by the S8700 IP Connect configuration.
The S8700 Media Server
Characteristics of the S8700 Media Server for IP Connect Configurations include:
•
10/100 Ethernet ports to support IPSI network control links, services access, duplication,
administration and alarming.
•
An IDE hard disk
•
An IDE CD ROM
•
A distance limitation of 10 Kms between the S8700 Media Servers
•
Support for global power
•
Storage media for the operating system, customer translations, and maintenance software
•
Support for USB port connectivity for modem
•
A 128 MB Flash Card for removable storage media
•
Support for remote call out alarming from either server
•
SNMP alarming
The S8700 Media Server must be mounted in an open 19-inch rack that is EIA-310-D
compliant.
UPS or Power Backup
S8700 Media Servers always require power backup. Power backup is required to avoid power
problems and to ensure graceful shutdown of the system processes if the power fails. The Avaya
Series 1 (AS1) 700-VA UPS provides approximately 30 minutes of power backup.
Combinations of battery extension modules and a 1500-VA UPS provide up to eight hours of
power backup.
The AS1 units use SNMP traps to send an alarm when power fails. This action initiates a
graceful shutdown process of the Linux server, including the call processing software. When a
separate 48V-DC battery sting is used, it might be possible to send an alarm when voltage is
below a threshold, but graceful shutdown is not mechanized.
See the following section for more information: "Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS" (page 350)
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Ethernet Switch
Connectivity from the S8700 Media Servers to the port network IPSI circuit pack is provided
using the customer’s LAN. The minimum form of a customer’s LAN in a small configuration is
an Ethernet switch. The switch provides connectivity between the servers and the IPSI circuit
packs located in all PNs. The Ethernet switch must support 802.ip/Q, VLAN, 10/1000 mbps.
The following figure shows an example of an Ethernet Switch.
Avaya Ethernet Switch
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USB Modem
Each S8700 Media Server requires a Universal Serial Bus (USB) modem for maintenance
access and to call out an alarm. The modems can share a common phone line if they are
co-located. Separate phone lines are needed if the S8700 Media Servers reside is separate
locations. Incoming calls are answered by the on-line server. The caller can access the off-line
server via a telnet session. Each modem connects to a USB port on the S8700 Media Server.
The USB modems used must conform to the Communication Device Class (CDC)
specification, and usually to the Abstract Control Model (ACM) sub-class. Any modem that
does not comply with the specification will not work with the driver that the S8700 Media
Server provides.
Port Networks
The PNs provide the telecommunications functions to the S8700 Media Server. The S8700 IP
Connect supports a maximum of 64 PNs. Up to 4 G600 Media Gateways can be in each PN for
a total of 256 G600 Media Gateways. The S8700 IP Connect solution does not use the
CMC1Media Gateway, the SCC1 Media Gateway and the MCC1 Media Gateway.
G600 Media Gateway
Refer to the following figure of a G600 Media Gateway.
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G600 Media Gateway
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The G600 Media Gateway has the following characteristics:
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19 inches wide, 13 inches high and 21 inches deep
•
10 universal slots plus one power supply slot in each Media Gateway
•
A maximum of 64 port networks.
•
A maximum of 4 G600 Media Gateways per PN. Within each PN, the G600 Media
Gateways must be collocated in the same 19 inch data rack due to TDM cable length
•
A PN consists of a control G600 Media Gateway that is designated A, and second, third,
and fourth optional G600 Media Gateway designated as B, C, and D respectively.
•
The circuit packs are inserted and removed from the front of the cabinet. Cabinet I/O is
through the back and through a front cable pass-through slot on the right.
•
The G600 Media Gateway is AC powered only. There are no internal batteries and
internal DC power is not an option. External UPS or DC powering is supported.
•
An RJ45 patch panel is recommended for cross-connect to LAN or wall field.
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP)
The IP Server Interface (IPSI) provides transport of control messages over the IP network,
which allows the S8700 Media Server to communicate with the PNs. The IPSI is required to
provide control network signaling over the customer’s LAN and WAN. Tone generation, tone
detection, global call classification, as well as Stratum-4 type clock generation are provided on
the IPSI board.
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The IPSI has the following characteristics:
•
Always resides in the tone clock slot.
•
Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a server.
•
Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a Services laptop.
•
Supports eight global Call Classification ports.
•
Supports network diagnostic capabilities.
•
Provides PN clock generation and synchronization for Stratum 4 type II only.
•
Provides PN tone generation
•
Provides PN tone detection, global call classifier and international protocols.
•
Provides distributed PN packet interface.
•
Supports the download of IPSI firmware.
•
One IPSI per configuration that provides serial number support for License File Feature
Activation
A dedicated IPSI Ethernet connection in the faceplate is provided for a laptop connection. The
laptop connection is used to assign a static IP address.
See the following figure for an example of the IPSI faceplate.
IPSI Faceplate
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C-LAN (TN799DP)
The TN799DP provides call control for all IP endpoints connected to the S8700 Media Server
for IP Connect. The S8700 IP Connect supports a maximum of 64 C-LAN circuit packs per
configuration. The number of C-LAN circuit packs that are required depends on the number of
devices that are connected and the options that are being utilized by the endpoints. It might be
advantageous to segregate IP voice control traffic from device control traffic as a safety
measure.
The default value for a C-LAN socket using H.323 tie trunks is determined by dividing the total
number of H.323 tie trunk utilizing sharing by 31. Each IP endpoint requires the use of some
number of C-LAN sockets. A C-LAN socket is the software object used to connect a TN799DP
board to the IP Network. The TN799DP circuit pack supports up to 500 sockets.
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Detailed Description
You can download a software update from the Web for the C-LAN circuit pack. To take
advantage of downloadable firmware capability there must be at least one TN799DP C-LAN
and access to the public Internet. Downloads and instructions have been posted to:
http://www.avaya.com/support/
Click on Online Services and then Download Software needed.
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP)
The S8700 Media Server for IP Connect requires resources on an IP Media Processor
(TN2302AP) circuit pack for inter-port network bearer communications. The TN2302AP
Media Processor includes a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet interface to support H.323 endpoints for IP
trunks and H.323 end-points. The TN2302AP can perform echo cancellation, silence
suppression, dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) detection, and conferencing.
G700 Media Gateway
The G700 Media Gateway is not a PN by itself. The G700 Media Gateway may be connected to
the S8700 Media Server through the G600 Media Gateway, SCC1 Media Gateway and MCC1
Media Gateway. One S8700 Media Server can support a maximum of 30 G700 Media
Gateways with up to 10 in one stack. The stack can be mixed with Avaya P330 devices such as
the P333T, P333R, and P334.
See the following figure for an example of a G700 Media Gateway.
G700 Media Gateway
To provide power to IP telephones without additional cables, stack the G700 Media Gateways
with the Avaya P333T-PWR.
The following list describes the basic architecture of the G700 Media Gateway:
•
Intel i960 controller that hosts all the base switch control and management software.
•
Fits in a EIA-310-D standard 19 inch rack
•
Contains four Media Module slots
•
One Avaya P330 expansion module slot
•
One slot for the Avaya P330 Octaplane stacking fabric
•
Can sit on a desk top
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Contains an internal Motherboard described in detail later in this section
•
Standard based 10/100 Ethernet Interface connection types
•
Internal power supply that provides low voltage DC power to the fans, Motherboard and
Media Modules
•
Four internal fans that provide cooling for the internal components
•
A LED board that indicates system level status
•
A serial port for command line access
•
A VoIP engine that supports up to 64 G.711 single channel calls
•
Eight port layer 2 switch
The G700 Media Gateway has a physical design that is similar to the Avaya stackable switching
products. The following figure shows the G700 Media Gateway with two Avaya P330 switches.
The G700 is shown at the top of the stack.
G700 Media Gateway with two Avaya P330 switches
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Avaya Expansion Module
The G700 Media Gateway is architecturally based on the Avaya P330 switch. Therefore,
customers can use any of the Avaya Expansion Modules with the G700 Media Gateway.
Additional Avaya LAN and WAN expansion modules connect directly to the G700 Media
Gateway without requiring additional hardware. Two expansion modules are available from
Avaya:
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Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
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Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Modules
The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
Customers with multiple branch offices need network solutions that are simple flexible and
scalable. The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module allows customers to deploy a unified,
high performance LAN/WAN infrastructure in one data stack.
Highlights of the Avaya X330 WAN Access Router
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Provides integrated WAN access that can be used with external firewalls or VPN
Gateways
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Works with the following WAN and routing protocols
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Point-to-Point (PPP) over channeled E1/T1
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Frame Relay
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RIP v1/v2
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Single Area OSPF
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VRRP Redundancy
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Throughput: wire speed WAN routing
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Congestion control
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link redundancy
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802.1Q/p VLAN and priority
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Hot-swappable
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Highlights of the Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
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Maximum flexibility to the data stack
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
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LAG redundancy
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Link redundancy
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Congestion control
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802.1Q/p VLAN and priority
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Hot-swappable
! CAUTION:
Avaya Expansion Modules and Octaplane Stacking Modules are not hot-swappable. The
system must be turned off to before you remove or insert an Expansion Module.
Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
The Octaplane is a name for an Avaya hardware capability to bundle stackable components
using a 4 bgps in each direction technology. This technology combines separate units into a
larger logical switch using different lengths of cables that are connected to the expansion slots
in the rear of the units. The cables are wired in a ring configuration, providing redundancy to the
stack. In the event that a single unit should fail, the stack integrity is maintained. You can
remove, or replace, any single unit without disrupting operation or performing stack-level
reconfiguration.
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Octaplane Cabling
Metric
Length
Cable
Description and Function
Length
X330SC Short Octaplane
Cable (30 cm)
Short Octaplane cable - light- colored,
used to connect adjacent switches or
switches separated by one Backup
Universal Power Supply (BUPS) unit.
12
inches
30 cm
X330LC Long Octaplane
Cable (2 m)
Long Octaplane cable - light- colored,
used to connect switches from two
different physical stacks
6 feet
2m
X330RC Redundant
Octaplane Cable (2 m)
Redundant cable - black, used to
connect the top and bottom switches of
a stack.
6 feet
2m
X330L-LC Extra Long
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
Extra-Long Octaplane cable light-colored, used to connect switches
from two different physical stacks
24 feet
8m
X330L-RC Long Redundant
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
Long Redundant cable - black, used to
connect the top and bottom switches of
a stack.
24 feet
8m
Power Supply
The G700 Media Gateway uses an AC power supply. A power supply located in the G700
Media Gateway converts AC input power to voltages needed by the solution.
Motherboard
The Motherboard resides within the G700 Media Gateway. This board controls the following:
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The VoIP Engine supports 64 channels. If more then 64 channels are needed a VoIP
Media Module is required. The VoIP Media Module performs the following:
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IP/UDP/RTP processing
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Echo cancellation
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G.711 A/mu, G.729 and G723.1 encode/decode
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Fax relay
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Silence suppression
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Jitter buffer management
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Packet loss concealment.
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The Gateway Processor complex, which controls all the resources inside the
Gateway. The Gateway Processor functions include the Media Module Manager,
Tone Clock and H.248 signaling to the Gateway Controller.
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An Avaya P330 processor complex is based on the Avaya P330 data switch architecture.
This complex provides an eight-port Layer 2 switch function and manages the Expansion
and Cascade modules.
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The electrical and physical connectivity for the four Media Module slots.
NOTE:
The Motherboard can not be replaced in the field.
For more information about the VoIP Media Module, see "Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module"
(page 223).
Fans
The G700 Media Gateway contains four 12-volt fans. These fans are monitored and can be
reported by SNMP to a management station.
LEDs
The S8300 Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway uses two types of LEDs:
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Media Module
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System-level
Media Module LEDs
Media Module LEDs have the following characteristics:
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Each Media Module has at least three LEDs to indicate module and port status or
maintenance and administration modes.
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The location, spacing, and labeling is fixed for all LEDs on every Media Module.
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The LEDs are mounted on the Media Module printed wiring board, and placed so that
they show through an opening.
System-Level LEDs
The LED board provides visual indication of system status and data port status and allows the
customer to change between status indication modes. The System Level-LEDs have the
following characteristics:
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An LED board is located in the upper left front of each G700 Media Gateway. The front
of the LED board displays the LEDs in an oblong fascia panel.
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The LED board provides visual indication of system and Ethernet port status and allow
the customer to switch between status indication modes.
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You must remove the LED board when you install or remove the S8300 Media Server or
Standby S8300 Media Server. The two components must be installed or removed as a unit.
NOTE:
The LED panel is not the same size as standard Media Module slots. You cannot insert a
Media Module into the LED slot, or vice versa.
Gateway Software
Gateway software is responsible for:
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Individual Media Gateway operations
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Terminating H.248 on the G700 Media Gateway
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Interacting with maintenance operations.
Maintenance Software
The Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway has a dual maintenance strategy. Maintenance
software runs on both the G700 Media Gateway platform and the Media Server for the
subsystems on the platform. This platform software performs initialization and motherboard
maintenance, along with internal environmental monitoring.
In contrast, Media Modules are tested and brought into service by the Media Server
maintenance software after the G700 Media Gateway registers with the Media Server. While the
G700 Media Gateway maintenance software is aware of the Media Modules, the modules and
associated ports are controlled by the Media Server. Error logs are maintained on the Media
Server.
Avaya Media Modules
The Avaya Media Modules convert the voice path of the traditional circuits such as analog
trunk, T1/E1, and DCP to a TDM bus. The VoIP engine then converts the voice path from the
TDM bus to a compressed or uncompressed and packetized VoIP on an Ethernet connection.
The Media Modules reside in the G700 Media Gateway and interact with the motherboard and
backplane.
There are five Media Modules:
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
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Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
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Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
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Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
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LEDs
Although some Media Modules contain additional LEDs, each Media Module faceplate has a
standard pattern of three LEDs that indicate the following conditions.
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Red indicates a fault condition. This LED is also on when the Media Module is
physically inserted, and should turn off when the board initializes.
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Green indicates a test condition.
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Yellow indicates an in use condition.
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Pathways for Media Module Control
Two pathways provide Media Module control:
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The TDM bus-based control channel interface that is modeled after DEFINITY.
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An Ethernet interface
Avaya™ MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
The MM710 terminates a T1/E1 connection. The MM710 has built-in Channel Service Unit
(CSU) so an external CSU is not necessary.
Highlights of the MM710:
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Software selectable T1 or E1 operation.
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Integrated CSU.
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Both A-law (E1) and Mu-law (T1) gain control and echo cancellation ability.
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D4, ESF, or CEPT framing.
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ISDN PRI capability (23B + D or 30B + D).
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Line coding: AMI, ZCS, B8ZS (T1) or HDB3 (E1).
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Trunk signaling to support US and International CO or tie trunks.
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Echo cancellation in either direction.
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Fractional T1 support.
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OIC DB 25-pin interface.
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A Bantam loopback jack that is used for testing of T1 or E1 circuits.
See the following figure for an example of the MM710.
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For more information, see "Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module" (page 216).
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Avaya™ MM711 Analog Media Module
The MM711 provides analog trunk and telephone features and functionality.
The administrator can configure any of the eight ports of the MM711 as follows:
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Central office trunk, either loop start or ground start.
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Analog Direct Inward Dialing (DID) trunks, either wink start or immediate start.
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2-wire analog Outgoing CAMA E911 trunks for connectivity to the PSTN.
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MF signaling is supported for CAMA ports.
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Analog, tip and ring devices such as single-line telephones with or without LED message
waiting indication.
The MM711 also supports:
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Type 1 and Type 2 Caller ID.
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Ring voltage generation for a variety of international frequencies and cadences.
See the following figure for an example of the MM711 Media Module.
Avaya™ MM711 Analog Media Module
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For more information, refer to "Avaya™ MM711 Analog Media Module" (page 219).
Avaya™ MM712 DCP Media Module)
The MM712 allows you to connect up to eight two-wire Digital Communications Protocol
(DCP) voice terminals.
See the following figure for an example of the MM712.
Avaya™ MM712 DCP Media Module
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For more information, see "Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module" (page 221).
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Avaya™ MM720 BRI Media Module
The MM720 contains eight ports that interface to the central office at the ISDN T reference
point. Information is communicated in two ways:
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Over two 64 Kb channels called B1 and B2
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Can be circuit switched simultaneously
Over a 16 Kb channel called the D channel
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Used for signaling
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Occupies one time slot for all eight D channels
The circuit switched connections have a u-law or A-law option for voice operation. The circuit
switched connections operate as 64 Kb clear channels when in the data mode.
The MM720 BRI does not support the following:
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BRI stations
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Combining both B channels together to form a 128 Kb channel
See the following figure for an example of the MM720.
Avaya™ MM720 BRI Media Module
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
The MM760 is a clone of the motherboard VoIP engine. The MM760 provides an additional 64
VoIP channels with G.711 compression.
The capacity is 64 G.711 TDM/IP simultaneous calls, or 32 compression codec, G.729 or G.723,
TDM/IP simultaneous calls. These call types can be mixed on the same resource; in other
words, the simultaneous call capacity of the resource is 64 G.711 equivalent calls.
See the following figure for an example of a MM760.
Avaya™ MM760 VoIP Media Module
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For more information, see"Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module" (page 223).
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S8300 Media Server in an LSP
Configuration
The S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable Processor (LSP) configuration uses the S8300
hardware component and a software license to activate a standby feature. This software allows
the LSP with a G700 Media Gateway to be a survivable call-processing server for remote and
branch locations. The S8700 Media Server is the only server in this configuration.The S8300
Media Server and the LSP cannot reside in the same G700 Media Gateway.
The installation for the LSP differs from other Media Modules because of the height. The LSP
still plugs into a Media Module slot, but is restricted to the left most slot under the LED board
and panel. When installing or removing the LSP, the LSP and the LED board must be removed
as a single unit.
The LSP will activate if, for any reason, the communication between the G700 Media Gateway
and the S8700 Media Server stops. The LSP takes over only for those telephones that are
connected to the G700 Media Gateway in which it is installed. Not all calls are preserved when
the LSP is activated. IP-to-IP shuffled calls are preserved. All other calls will end.
The hardware for the S8300 Media Server and the LSP is identical. The LSP has the following
differences that will be explained in more detail:
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A different IP address than the S8700 Media Server it is supporting
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License file has six days of use once a G700 registers with it
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Receives saved translations from the primary server
IP Addressing
IP telephones obtain their own IP address from a DHCP server. The DHCP server also sends a
list of controllers, LSPs, and associated IP addresses. The IP telephone then registers to the
controller that corresponds to the first IP address in this list. When connectivity is lost between
the controller and the endpoint, the endpoint registers with the second IP address in the list, and
so on. This list is administrable for telephones on the DHCP server.
Use of License Files
The LSP is sold with a special license that enables MultiVantage software to run in a backup
mode. When the LSP becomes active and begins call processing, an alarm is raised. This alarm
notifies the license that the LSP is in service. A timer is started that runs for six days, after
which the LSP stops processing calls. If communication between the primary server and the
G700 is re-established within that six day period, the LSP must be reset. All endpoints will then
register with the primary controller. Upon another failure, the license file time will start with the
full six days.
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The fail-over from the primary controller, the S8700 Media Server, to the LSP, is an automatic
process and does not require human intervention. The fail-back from the LSP to the primary
controller is not automatic and requires a reset on the LSP. The reset breaks the communication
between the LSP and all registered endpoints and causes the endpoints to register with the
primary controller. During fail-back to the primary controller, all calls are dropped with the
exception of IP-to-IP calls.
Preservation of Customer Translations
An automatic process copies customer translation changes made on the primary server to all
LSPs.
S8700 IP Connect Reliability
The S8700 Media Server is duplicated. Tone clock functionality is provided by the IPSI circuit
pack in each PN. As an all-IP solution, the S8700 IP Connect only supports IP port networks.
The S8700 IP Connect does not support traditional CCS or ATM connected PNs.
See the following figure for an example of the S8700 IP Connect configuration.
S8700 IP Connect configuration
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Description of Connection
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Two S8700 Media Servers. One in a active mode and the other on
standby.
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Duplication Interface - The Ethernet connection between the two S8700
Media Servers.
3
A dedicated Ethernet connection to a laptop. This connection is active
only during on-site administration or maintenance and the services
interface can link to the non-active server through a telnet session.
4
Connection from the servers to the Ethernet switch.
5
Ethernet Switch - A device that provides port multiplication on a LAN
by creating more than one network segment. In an IP Connect
environment, the Ethernet switch should support 802.1 ip/Q, VLAN and
10/100 mbps.
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Two UPS units
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Port Network - An optional configuration of Media Gateways that
provides increased port capacity.
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IPSI - A circuit pack transports control messages over IP. This IPSI
circuit pack is used so the S8700 Media Server can communicate with
the PNs.
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System Management
Avaya’s VisAbility™ Management Suite offers a comprehensive set of Web-based network and
system management solutions for the converged voice and data environment. Avaya VisAbility
Management provides a standard based infrastructure for integrated management applications.
Avaya’s VisAbility Management Suite components include:
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Avaya MultiVantage Fault and Performance Manager - Fault Management displays a
hierarchical view of devices and their status which makes it possible for users to view
and isolate alarms and errors. Performance Management provides a comprehensive set of
performance reports for measuring trends and isolating performance issues.
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Avaya MultiVantage Configuration Manger - Web-based configuration and
administration for multiple devices provides a single point of entry for centralized
management of distributed network and campus environments.
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Avaya Directory Enabled Management - A converged voice and data directory
enabled middleware solution that provides a platform to simplify information and
configuration management of Avaya solutions with real-time, integrated, directory-based
read and write access to Avaya communications server-based databases
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Avaya Terminal Configuration - A Web-based client application that allows end users
to access Avaya MultiVantage devices to configure some of their personal preferences
for station sets and features. Avaya Terminal Configuration runs on top of the Avaya
Directory Enabled Management software. The administrator controls the access to a
limited set of features, along with the ability to print a copy of the terminal user button
labels.
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Avaya MultiService Network Manager - Provides discovery of IP devices showing a
system view on a network map and is a central launch point for VisAbility applications.
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Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager - Web-based tool for assisting the data and
telecommunications engineers in isolating and identifying problems with VoIP calls.
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Avaya Policy Manager - A policy based network management system allowing users to
configure the QoS parameters for the entire distributed network from a centralized
location.
See the Avaya Web site for more information.
Media Server Web Interface
The S8700 Media Server uses a Media Server Web Interface to perform a wide variety of
functions. This browser-based tool uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for performing server
administration tasks such as:
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Backups and restores for customer data.
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An easy access to view current alarms.
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The ability to perform server maintenance including busy out and release busy out
of the S8700 Media Server, shutdown of the S8700 Media Server, and status of
the S8700 Media Server.
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Security commands that will enable and disable the modem, start and stop FTP
server, and view the license.
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SNMP access to configure trap destinations, stop and start the master agent.
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S8700 Media Server configuration information and upgrade access.
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Download of ASA from the S8700 Media Server to a PC on the LAN.
The Web interface contains an extensive help system that describes all the Web screens and
Media Server procedures.
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High Level Capabilities
The following table shows some high level capabilities of the S8700 IP Connect. For more
detailed system capacity information refer to the Avaya MultiVantage Solutions System
Capacities Table (555-233-605). The Avaya MultiVantage Solutions System Capacities Table
can be found on the http://support.avaya.com Web site.
Capability
S8700 IP Connect
Call processing feature set
MultiVantage software
Port Network connectivity
IP
Supported Media Gateways
Maximum of 256 G600 Media Gateways
Maximum of 30 G700 Media Gateways
Maximum number of Port Networks (PN)
64 PNs made up of four G600 Media
Gateways in each PN
Survivability options
LSP used with the G700 Media Gateway
Remote Office Gateway
R300 not supported
Maximum locations
64
Port Networks per IPSI
One
Modem calls
Supported intra-port network only
Wideband connections
Supported intra-port network only
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BHCC Capacity for the S8700 Media
Server
The following table presents a subset of S8700 IP Connect Busy Hour Call Completion
(BHCC) capacities. The values are based on current available data and may change as more
accurate data becomes available.
Type
S8700 IP Connect
All analog
342,000
General business - non-ISDN
300,800
General business - ISDN
192,300
ACD
140,500
ICM
112,100
OCM
230,500
General business - IP
53,400
Call center - IP
61,800
NOTE:
Any configuration that includes IP Solutions applications such as Road Warrior,
Telecommuter, or H.322 trunking, has an impact on the BHCCs and processor capacity. If
a customer uses these applications in a high traffic solution, it is recommended that the
Avaya Technology and Consulting (ATAC) team be involved to review any potential
impact on traffic.
The information in this table represents the maximum number of calls the S8700 Media Server
could execute, assuming it was unconstrained by other factors such as:
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TDM bus limitations
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Call duration
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Small number of telephones
We assume processor occupancy of 0.90, at which various delay criteria such as cut through is
preserved, and is just at the threshold where call shedding would commence.
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Adjuncts
This is a partial list of some of the adjuncts that Avaya provides:
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Voice messaging and response such as INTUITY AUDIX.
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Call center tools such as Avaya Call Management System, NICE Analyzer, Avaya Call
Recording, Avaya Visual Vectors and Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting
Desktop.
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System printer is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Journal printer is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Call Accounting Systems is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Call Detail Recording (CDR) is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Avaya Site Administration (ASA) is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
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DEFINITY Translator ATM Manager (DTA)
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Avaya S8700 Media Server and
the Avaya MCC1 Media Gateway
or the Avaya SCC1 Media
Gateway
Overview
The Avaya S8700 Media Server and the Avaya MCC1 Media Gateway, or the Avaya SCC1
Media Gateway uses a standard microprocessor engine with an Intel based processor on a
commercial server. The S8700 Media Server provides a foundation for a flexible, highly
reliable MultiVantage solution that meets a variety of customer telephony needs. The S8700
Media Server converges voice, data, and video. The S8700 Media Server then uses high-speed
connections to route the voice, data, and video between analog and digital trunks, data lines that
are connected to host computers, data-entry terminals, personal computers, and internet
addresses. From this point forward, the S8700 Media Server with the MCC1 Media Gateway,
SCC1 Media Gateway or the G700 Media Gateway will be referred to as S8700 Multi-Connect.
See the following figure for an example of the S8700 Media Server.
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The S8700 Media Server uses a Linux platform on an Intel based server. The S8700 Media
Server is derived from the current DEFINITY® processor, has fewer physical components, and
provides most of the same features and functionality with increased capacity. The S8700 Media
Server in a Multi-Connect configuration separates call control from the bearer network and uses
a dedicated LAN to transport control data.
Main Components
The S8700 Multi-Connect uses the following main components:
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An Intel based server
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An IP Server Interface (IPSI) circuit pack (TN2312AP)
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An Avaya Ethernet Switch P133 or P134 or P333 or P334
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An Avaya 700VA/1500VA online UPS
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An Abstract Control Model (ACM) compliant Universal Serial Bus (USB) modem
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An MCC1 or SCC1 Media Gateway
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"Avaya MultiVantage Software" (page 336). For information about Avaya MultiVantage
software, see the Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software, 555-233-767.
The following sections describe each of the main components.
S8700 Media Server
Characteristics of the S8700 Multi-Connect:
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10/100 Ethernet ports to support IPSI network control links, services access, duplication,
administration and alarming.
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An IDE hard disk
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An IDE CD ROM
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Support for global power
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Storage media for the operating system, customer translations, and maintenance software
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Support for USB port connectivity for modem
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A 128 MB Flash Card for removable media
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Support for remote call out alarming from either server
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SNMP alarming
The S8700 Media Server must be mounted in an open 19-inch rack that is EIA-310-D
compliant.
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The IPSI Circuit Pack (TN2312AP)
In the S8700 Multi-Connect the bearer paths and control paths are separate. The control
information for port networks travels over a dedicated LAN through the Ethernet switch and
terminates on the S8700 Media Server at one end and an IPSI circuit pack on the other.
Each IPSI typically controls five port networks by tunneling control messages over the bearer
network to PNs that do not have IPSIs. An IPSI cannot be placed in:
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a PN that has a Stratum-3 clock interface
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A remote PN that is using a DS1 converter
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A Survivable Remote Expansion Port Network (SREPN)
To determine the number of IPSI-connected PNs that are recommended to support a
Multi-Connect configuration divide the total number of PNs in the configuration by five and
add one. The additional IPSI provides fault tolerance.
For example, if you have 20 PNs, divide 20 by 5 to get 4, then add 1. You need a minimum of
five IPSIs to support the 20 PNs.
A direct connect configuration only supports one IPSI connected PN.
The IPSI has the following characteristics:
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Always resides in the tone clock slot.
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Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a server.
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Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a Services laptop.
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Supports eight global Call Classification ports.
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Supports network diagnostic capabilities.
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Provides PN clock generation and synchronization for Stratum 4 type II only.
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Provides PN tone generation
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Provides PN tone detection
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Provides distributed PN packet interface.
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Supports the download of IPSI firmware.
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One IPSI per configuration that provides serial number support for License File Feature
Activation.
See the following figure for an example of the IPSI faceplate.
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Ethernet Switch
An Ethernet switch provides the connectivity between the servers and the IPSI circuit packs that
are located in some PNs. For duplex-reliability, one Ethernet switch is provided. For
high-reliability and critical-reliability, the Ethernet switches are duplicated. The S8700 Media
Server supports two Ethernet connections to the Ethernet switch in the control network.
The S8700 Multi-Connect always requires an Avaya (P13X or P33X) Ethernet switch as part of
the control complex. The Avaya Ethernet switch extends Ethernet connectivity to the PN where
it connects to an IPSI. One Ethernet switch is required for duplex-reliability. Two are required
for high-reliability or critical-reliability.
NOTE:
The call control network must be on a dedicated network not connected to any other
networks.
See the following figure for an example of an Avaya Ethernet switch.
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UPS or Power Backup
S8700 Media Servers always require power backup. Power backup is required to avoid power
problems and to ensure graceful shutdown of the system processes if the power fails. The Avaya
700-VA UPS provides approximately 30 minutes of power backup. Combinations of battery
extension modules and a 1500-VA UPS provide up to eight hours of power backup. See Avaya
UPS’s section for more information.
The Avaya UPS units use SNMP traps to send an alarm when power fails. This action initiates a
graceful shutdown process of the Linux server, including the call processing software. When a
separate 48V-DC battery sting is used, it might be possible to send an alarm when voltage is
below a threshold but shutdown will not be mechanized..
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USB Modem
Each S8700 Media Server requires a Universal Serial Bus (USB) modem for maintenance
access and to call out an alarm. The modems can share a common phone line if the S8700
Media Servers are co-located. When the S8700 Media Servers are separated an additional phone
line will be required. Incoming calls are answered by the on-line server. The callers can access
the off-line server via a telnet session. Each modem connects to a USB port on the S8700 Media
Server. The USB modems used must conform to the Communication Device Class (CDC)
specification, and usually to the Abstract Control Model (ACM) sub-class. Any modem that
does not comply with the specification will not work with the driver that the S8700 Media
Server provides.
Media Gateways
The MCC1 Media Gateway, the SCC1 Media Gateway, and G700 Media Gateway are
supported in a Multi-Connect configuration. The following section describes each of the Media
Gateways.
The MCC1 Media Gateway
The MCC1 Media Gateway can contain up to five carriers. The MCC1 Media Gateway uses
circuit packs. Doors on the front and on the rear of the cabinet protect internal equipment and
allow easy access to circuit packs. The MCC1 Media Gateway can contain the following
carriers:
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A Port Carrier can that contains one or more of the following:
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Port circuit packs
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IPSI
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VoIP conversion resources
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Service circuit packs
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Tone clocks
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Expansion Interface (EI) circuit packs
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A Switch Node Carrier that contains Switch Node Interface circuit packs that compose
the Center Stage Switch (CSS).
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An Expansion Control Carrier that contains service slots and port slots.
For more information, see the "The MCC1 Media Gateway" on page -159.
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SCC1 Media Gateway
The SCC1 Media Gateway consists of a single carrier. Up to four SCC1 Media Gateways can be
connected together in one location to form a PN. The SCC1 Media Gateway provides vertical
slots for circuit packs. Rear cabinet clips connect the cabinets together. A ground plate connects
the stacked cabinets for ground integrity. There are two types of SCC1 Media Gateways:
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An Expansion Control Cabinet that contains service slots and port slots.
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A Port Cabinet that contains ports and interfaces to an Expansion Control Cabinet.
For more information, see the "The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151).
G700 Media Gateway
The G700 Media Gateway is installed in a 19-inch data rack and contains slots for four Avaya™
Media Modules. Media Modules provide connectivity for analog and digital stations, an
interface for a T1/E1 circuits and additional VoIP resources. You can use a single type of Media
Module or combine different types of Media Modules within the G700 Media Gateway. The
S8700 Media server supports up to five G700 Media Gateways.
For more information see "The Avaya G700 Media Gateway" (page 143)
Reliability for the S8700 Multi-Connect
The S8700 Media Server when used with the MCC1, SCC1 or G700 Media Gateway has the
following options for, duplex-reliability, high-reliability, and critical-reliability.
Duplex-Reliability Configuration
The duplex-reliability option is the most basic option. A duplex-reliability configuration
consists of the following:
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Two S8700 Media Servers
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One Ethernet switch
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One UPS unit for each S8700 Media Server. The use of two UPS units ensures that a
single UPS failure or repair operation will not disable the system.
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One IPSI in each IPSI-connected port network.
Voice and data bearer traffic between port networks is carried on a simplex network that is made
up of one Expansion Interface (EI) in each port network. The EIs are cabled with lightguide
fiber to either the Center Stage Switch (CSS) or an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
switch.
See the following figure for an example of a duplex-reliability configuration.
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Description of the Connection
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The Administration PC is used to access the S8700 Media Server over the
corporate LAN.
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Corporate LAN.
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Corporate LAN interface: default Ethernet 4— The Ethernet link from the
S8700 Media Server to the LAN. Used for administration Simple Network
Message Protocol (SNMP) traps to the Initialization and Administration
System (INADS).
The Ethernet connection to the corporate LAN in this figure is a non-dedicated
network. IP addresses for the various components of the S8700 Multi-Connect
Media Server must be administered with care to prevent conflicts with other
equipment that shares the LAN. In the default S8700 Multi-Connect
configuration, all other Ethernet connections are dedicated. Operating on their
own closed LANs.
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Two S8700 Media Servers are always present, one in active mode and the other
on standby.
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Duplication interface: default Ethernet 2-The dedicated Ethernet connection
between the S8700 Media Servers.
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Services interface: default Ethernet 1-The server’s dedicated Ethernet
connection from the S8700 Media Server to a laptop. This link is active only
during on-site administration or onsite maintenance.
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Network control A interface: default Ethernet 0-The server’s Ethernet
connection to one or two Ethernet switches. This private LAN carries the
control signals for the S8700 Multi-Connect PNs.
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Ethernet switch — at least one Ethernet switch is required to support the S8700
Multi-Connect control network. If many PNs are present, two Ethernet
switches may be daisy-chained together to provide sufficient Ethernet
connections to the IPSI boards in the PNs.
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UPS — Keeps the S8700 Media Servers and Ethernet switches functional
during brief power outages.
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PN — Provides the telecommunications functions of the S8700 Multi-Connect
Media Server.
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IPSI — The IPSI circuit pack carries the control network signals to the PNs.
Provides tone clock functionality.
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High-Reliability Configuration
The high-reliability configuration option builds on the duplex reliability option. The
high-reliability duplicates components so that no single point of failure exists in the control
network. The high-reliability configuration consists of the following:
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Two S8700 Media Servers
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Two IPSI circuit packs in each IPSI-connected port network
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Two Ethernet switches
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Two UPS units
Voice and data bearer traffic between port networks is carried on a simplex network that is made
up of one Expansion Interface (EI) in each port network. The EIs are cabled with lightguide
fiber to either the Center Stage Switch (CSS) or an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
switch.
See the following figure for an example of a high-reliability configuration.
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Corporate LAN interface: default Ethernet 4 —The Ethernet link from
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Duplication interface: default Ethernet 2-The dedicated Ethernet
connection between the S8700 Media Servers.
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Services interface: default Ethernet 1-The server’s dedicated Ethernet
connection from the S8700 Media Server to a Services laptop. This link
is active only during onsite administration or onsite maintenance.
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Network control A interface: default Ethernet 0-The server’s Ethernet
connection to one or two Ethernet switches. This private LAN carries
the control signals for the S8700 Multi-Connect PNs when possible.
Control network A is considered the primary control network because it
connects to the primary IPSI board in a PN.
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Network control B interface: default Ethernet 3-The S8700 Media
Server’s Ethernet connection to a duplicated set of Ethernet switches.
This private LAN carries control signals for the PNs when the primary
control network is unavailable.
Control network B connects to the secondary IPSI board in a PN. When
the problem is resolved, primary control is returned to control network
A.
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Ethernet switch — At least one is required to support each control
network.
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UPS — Keeps the S8700 Media Servers and Ethernet switches
functional during brief power outages. Usually, UPS one powers server
one and the Ethernet switch associated with it. UPS two powers server
two and the Ethernet switch associated with it.
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PN — Provides the telecommunications functions of the S8700 Media
Server.
For high reliability, each IPSI-connected PN contains a pair of IPSI
circuit packs. This pair consists of, one primary circuit pack, and a
duplicate secondary circuit pack as a backup.
For critical reliability, the bearer network, among the port networks is
also duplicated. Two EI circuit packs or two ATM circuit packs are
present in each PN instead of just one.
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IPSI — The IPSI circuit pack is duplicated in every IPSI-connected PN
in a high reliability configuration or critical reliability configuration.
The secondary IPSI is connected to control network B. The secondary
IPSI takes over in case of problems with the primary control network.
The S8700 Media Server regularly tests the duplicated IPSI to make
sure it is ready for service.
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Critical-Reliability Configuration
The critical-reliability configuration option is similar to the high-reliability configuration
option. In addition, the critical-reliability configuration duplicates the bearer network channels
among the PNs. Like the high-reliability configuring, the critical-reliability configuration
consists of the following:
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Two S8700 Media Servers
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Two IPSI circuit packs in each IPSI-connected port network
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Two Ethernet switches
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Two UPS units
Voice and data bearer traffic between port networks is carried on a simplex network that is made
up of one Expansion Interface (EI) in each port network. The EIs are cabled with lightguide
fiber to either the Center Stage Switch (CSS) or an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
switch.
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Connectivity
The S8700 Multi-Connect Media Server uses CSS, and ATM networks to connect to port
networks (PN).
Port Networks
With the S8700 Multi-Connect, all PNs are comprised of either the MCC1 Media Gateway or
SCC1 Media Gateway. For migrations from the DEFINITY® Server to the S8700
Multi-Connect processor, the cabinet that was the Processor Port Network (PPN) will be
converted to a PN by replacing the control carriers with port carriers.
The IPSI extends Ethernet control by connecting the S8700 Media Server processor to the PNs.
The IPSI replaces the TN2182B tone clock in each of the PNs that are connected by an IPSI.
Not all PNs require the IPSI board. One IPSI-connected PN can control up to four other PNs.
CSS Network
The CSS is a connection hub that provides PN communication. A CSS can be used when the
Multi-Connect Solution is composed of more than three port networks. Often the CSS is
incorporated into smaller configurations to allow for growth. The CSS consists of from one to
three switch nodes (SN). SNs are composed of one or two switch node carriers, depending on
whether the solution is being duplicated for critical reliability. PN expansion depends on
internal SN-to-SN traffic, according to the following guidelines:
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One SN expands from 1 to up to 15 PNs.
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Two SNs expands to up to 29 PNs.
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Three SNs expands to up to 44 PNs.
ATM Network
The Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) switch is a replacement option for the CSS or for the
direct-connect switch. Several Avaya ATM switch types can provide port network connectivity.
Non-Avaya ATM switches that comply with the ATM standards that are set by the European
Union can also provide port network connectivity.
With S8700 Multi-Connect, ATM-Port Network Connectivity (ATM-PNC) allows any ATM
switch or ATM network that complies with specified standards and capacities to serve as the
means to connect to the PN. In this type of configuration, the ATM switch or network replaces
the CSS. ATM-PNC is used to connect port networks within a single switch. The (WAN) spare
processor is not supported.
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S8700 Multi-Connect Recoverability
In addition to the high reliability of the duplicated S8700 Multi-Connect Media Servers, the
S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable Processor (LSP) configuration and a survivable
remote EPN can be used to provide survivability. Additional recovery capability is embedded in
the MultiVantage software that resides on the S8700 Media Server.
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Mode
The LSP is located in the G700 Media Gateway and provides survivability when the S8700
Media Server is inaccessible. Each S8700 Media Server can have multiple LSPs. The LSP has a
copy of the customer translations of the S8700 Media Server. The translations are updated
regularly from the S8700 Media Server using a virtual link through a IP network. Typically, all
LSPs are in idle mode, where the LSP is not processing any calls. When the Media Gateway’s
Processor (MGP) or IP endpoints perceive the S8700 Media Server to be unreachable, the MGP
or IP endpoints will attempt to register with an LSP. The LSP does not actively take over when
the primary controller becomes unreachable, but waits for MGPs and IP endpoints to register
with it. Each LSP runs in license-normal mode until IP Phones or MGPs register with it which
triggers the LSP to move into a license-error mode. The LSP runs in license-error mode for a
maximum of six days before the LSP transitions into a no-license mode. Switchback from the
LSP to the S8700 Media Server is a manual operation. A reset 3 command on the LSP forces
devices registered with it to return to their primary controller.When the customer resets the LSP,
the six-day license timer is reset after the primary controller, the S8700 Media Server, responds
to a ping and no devices are registered with the LSP.
Power Outages
In most cases an Avaya solution can recover from a power outage or other failure instantly,
regardless of the source of the failure. Each PN includes a set of segmented, parallel buses. If
one of the paired segments fails, the other bus segment continues to handle communications.
The UPS units supply power to the control complex.
Survivable Remote EPN
The Survivable Remote Expansion Port Network (SREPN) allows either an MCC1 PN or SCC1
PN to provide service to the customer when connectivity links fail. When the links to the PN are
restored and stable, a logic switch in the SREPN is manually reset and the PN is reconnected to
the links from the switch. The logic switch can either be reset locally at the SREPN or reset
remotely by way of a dial-up connection to the SREPN.
The SREPN must be administered separately, not as a duplicated PN, to be able to recover after
a failure. It does not function as a SREPN without the administration of stations, trunks, and
features to support its operation. SREPN is not compatible with ATM Port Network
Connectivity (ATM-PNC).
An SREPN cannot be an IPSI connected PN.
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High Level Capabilities
The S8700 Media Server provides a large scale solution with a high number of endpoints.
Specifically, it supports the following high-level capabilities.
See the tables that follow for high level information on S8700 Media Server capabilities.
Capability
S8700 Multi-Connect
Call processing feature set
MultiVantage software
Duplication options available
Duplex, high, and critical
Port Network connectivity
Center Stage Switch (CSS) or ATM, or
Direct
Supported Media Gateways
SCC1, MCC1 and G700
Maximum number of Port Networks (PN)
44 – Center Stage Switch (CSS) or
64 – ATM-PNC
Survivability options
SRP and LSP
Survivable options
S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable
Processor (LSP) configuration
Remote Office Gateway
R300 and G700 are not supported
Maximum locations
44
Port Networks per IPSI
Up to five
Note: A high or critical reliability
configurations require two IPSI’s per IPSI
connected PN.
Modem calls
Supported
Wideband connections
Supported
For more detailed system capacity information refer to the Avaya MultiVantage Solutions
System Capacities Table (555-233-605). The Avaya MultiVantage Solutions System Capacities
Table can be found on the http://support.avaya.com Web site.
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BHCC Capacity for the S8700 Media
Server
The following table presents a subset of S8700 Multi-Connect Busy Hour Call Completion
(BHCC) capacities. The values are based on current available data and may change as more data
becomes available.
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BHCC quantities
All analog
342,000
General business - non-ISDN
300,800
General business - ISDN
192,300
ACD
140,500
ICM
112,100
OCM
230,500
General business - IP
53,400
Call center - IP
61,800
NOTE:
Any configuration that includes IP Solutions applications such as Road Warrior,
Telecommuter, or H.322 trunking, has an impact on the BHCCs and processor capacity. If
a customer uses these applications in a high traffic solution, it is recommended that the
Avaya Technology and Consulting (ATAC) team be involved to review any potential
impact on traffic.
The information in this table represents the maximum number of calls the S8700 Media Server
could execute, assuming it was unconstrained by other factors such as:
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TDM bus limitations
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Call duration
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Small number of telephones
We assume processor occupancy of 0.90, at which various delay criteria such as cut through is
preserved, and is just at the threshold where call shedding would commence.
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System Management
Avaya’s VisAbility™ Management Suite offers a comprehensive set of Web-based network and
system management solutions for the converged voice and data environment. Avaya VisAbility
Management provides a standard based infrastructure for integrated management applications.
Avaya’s VisAbility Management Suite components include:
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Avaya MultiVantage Fault and Performance Manager - Fault Management displays a
hierarchical view of devices and their status which makes it possible for users to view
and isolate alarms and errors. Performance Management provides a comprehensive set of
performance reports for measuring trends and isolating performance issues.
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Avaya MultiVantage Configuration Manger - Web-based configuration and
administration for multiple devices provides a single point of entry for centralized
management of distributed network and campus environments.
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Avaya Directory Enabled Management - A converged voice and data directory
enabled middleware solution that provides a platform to simplify information and
configuration management of Avaya solutions with real-time, integrated, directory-based
read and write access to Avaya communications server-based databases
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Avaya Terminal Configuration - A Web-based client application that allows end users
to access Avaya MultiVantage devices to configure some of their personal preferences
for station sets and features. Avaya Terminal Configuration runs on top of the Avaya
Directory Enabled Management software. The administrator controls the access to a
limited set of features, along with the ability to print a copy of the terminal user button
labels.
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Avaya MultiService Network Manager - Provides discovery of IP devices showing a
system view on a network map and is a central launch point for VisAbility applications.
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Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager - Web-based tool for assisting the data and
telecommunications engineers in isolating and identifying problems with VoIP calls.
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Avaya Policy Manager - A policy based network management system allowing users to
configure the QoS parameters for the entire distributed network from a centralized
location.
See the Avaya Web site for more information.
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Media Server Web Interface
The S8700 Media Server uses the Media Server Web Interface to perform a wide variety of
functions. This browser-based tool uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for performing server
administration tasks such as:
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Backups and restores for customer data.
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An easy access to view current alarms.
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The ability to perform server maintenance including busy out and release busy out
of the S8700 Media Server, shutdown of the S8700 Media Server, and status of
the S8700 Media Server.
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Security commands that will enable and disable the modem, start and stop FTP
server, and view the status of the license.
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SNMP access to configure trap destinations, stop and start the master agent.
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S8700 Media Server configuration information and upgrade access.
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Download of Avaya Site Administration (ASA) from the S8700 Media Server to a
PC on the LAN.
The Web interface contains an extensive help system that describes all the Web screens and
Media Server procedures.
Adjuncts
This is a partial list of the adjuncts that Avaya provides:
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Voice messaging and response such as INTUITY AUDIX.
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Call center tools such as Avaya Call Management System, NICE Analyzer, Avaya Call
Recording, Avaya Visual Vectors and Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting
Desktop.
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System printer is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Journal printer is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Call Accounting Systems is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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Call Detail Recording (CDR) is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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ASA is supported with the use of a terminal server.
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DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
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DEFINITY Translator ATM Manager (DTA)
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DEFINITY Server CSI
Overview
Avaya MultiVantage™ on a DEFINITY® Server CSI is a solution for a medium sized office
location that has from 50 to 900 stations. This solution uses DEFINITY TN circuit packs,
Avaya MultiVantage Software, and the CMC1 Media Gateway. It is easy and cost-effective for a
company to migrate from the DEFINITY Server CSI to another Avaya solution as the company
grows. Initial investement is protected as all of the DEFINITY CSI applications and almost all
of the hardware can still be re-used.
The DEFINITY Server CSI can be used at a single site or be networked in multiple locations.
For example, DEFINITY Server CSI might provide a solution for a satellite office within a
larger business or a branch locations around the world. Multisite companies can use remote
diagnostics and alarming to maintain the DEFINITY Server CSI from a central location. An
administrator can centrally administer the system from a central location by using a system
administration tool.
Detailed Description
High level description of the DEFINITY Server CSI:
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Ideal for small single sites, multi-site locations, and branch locations
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Supports up to 1300 ports
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Supports 400 trunks and 900 stations
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Uses MultiVantage Software
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Consistant administration over a customer’s network when using an all Avaya solution
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Consistant user interface over a customer network when using an all Avaya solution
Main Components
DEFINITY Server CSI consists of the following main components:
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A TN2402 Processor Board
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A TN2182 Tone Clock
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A CMC1 Media Gateway
The following sections describe each component.
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TN2402 Processor Board
The TN2402 Processor Board resides in slot one of cabinet A. This board contains 32 Mb of
DRAM memory and 32 Mb of flash memory. The software is stored on flash memory and on
removable memory through Flash-ROM that plugs directly into the TN2402 processor board.
The memory on the Processor board contains the generic program and the system translations.
The cartridge contains a copy of the system translations and error log. Additional capabilities
include:
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Provides the 5-volt ATA PC-card Memory Card Interface.
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Uses an external modem to dial out alarms.
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Three external RS232 interfaces [CD1]
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SAT terminal interface
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SMDR/Printer or other DTE interface
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Connection for external Modem
Tone Clock (TN2182)
The TN2182B tone clock integrates the tone generator, tone detection-call classifier, system
clock, and synchronization functions onto one circuit pack for all system reliability
configurations. The TN2182 supports eght ports for tone detection and allows gain or loss
applied to PCM signals that are received from the bus.
CMC1 Media Gateway
The CMC1 Media Gateway has the following characteristics:
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The size is 25.5 inches wide, 24.5 inches high, and 11.3 inches deep. It is designed for
wall mounting. Mounted on the floor or on a table where required.
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Ten universal port slots plus one power supply slot per CMC1.
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Standard reliability option only.
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Is limited to one PN that is made up of a maximum of three CMC1 Media Gateways. A
PN consists of a control CMC1 that is designated "A". The second and third CMC1s are
optional and are designated cabinets "B" and "C" respectively. Cabinet address ID within
the PN is set using the DIP switch on the backplane.
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Circuit packs are inserted and removed from the left side. Cabinet I/O is from the right
side.
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The CMC1s in a port network are interconnected via shielded TDM/LAN bus cables.
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The CMC1 is AC powered only. There are no internal batteries, and no DC power
option.
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Two 12-volt DC variable-speed fans integrated into the bottom of the cabinet provide
CMC1 cooling. The fans force air through a filter and up through the cabinet. Air exits
from the back of the cabinet. Speed control is provided by the 650A Global Power
supply. The 650A varies the fan input voltage between 8VDC and 14VDC depending on
a temperature sensor that is mounted in the power supply. The fan assembly includes the
two fans, a frame to which the fans are attached, wiring, and a connector that plugs into
the backplane. The assembly is easily installed and removed. The entire assembly must
be replaced as a unit if a fan fails.
A fan failure will result in the following conditions:
— An alarm through the power supply that will appears to the system
— The remaining fan goes to high speed
— The red LED on the 650A Global Power supply faceplate lights
DEFINITY Server CSI Reliability and
Recovery
DEFINITY Server CSI provides the following capabilities:
•
Can survive minor power surges, including lightning-induced surges up to 2500 Volts
peak, without service interruption. Surge protectors can be purchased for increased
coverage
•
Can operate in conditions that include above-average temperatures and humidity.
•
In case of a power failure, automatically restores the last saved version of user
translations and runs them at system restart.
•
Supports the remote diagnostics capability, which enables quick troubleshooting and
maintenance.
•
Conducts self-diagnostics and can self corrects many system errors. If further technical
assistance is required, DEFINITY Server CSI uses an external modem to place a call for
support.
•
Conducts standard maintenance routines automatically.
•
Backs up all the user translations every day at midnight by default.
•
The single-processor configuration provides 99.9% reliability.
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DEFINITY Server CSI System Capacity
Type
Capacity
Maximum trunks
400
Maximum stations
900
Maximum ports
1300 (limited by slots, not software
Maximum IP endpoints
390
Avaya MultiVantage Software
The DEFINITY Server CSI uses Avaya MultiVantageTM software for call processing solutions
in large and small customer environments. For more information on these solutions, see the
Overview for Avaya MultiVantageTM Software.
Avaya MultiVantage is an open, scalable, highly reliable and secure telephony application.
Avaya MultiVantage software provides user functionality, and system management
functionality, intelligent call routing, application integration and extensibility, and enterprise
communications networking. MultiVantage offers over 500 features, in the following
categories.
•
Call center
•
Telephony features
•
Localization
•
Collaboration
•
Mobility
•
Messaging
•
Telecommuting
•
System management
•
Reliability
•
Security, privacy and safety
•
Hospitality
•
Attendant features
•
Networking
•
Intelligent call routing
•
Application programming interfaces
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Adjuncts
The following is a partial list of the adjunts that Avaya provides:
•
Voice messaging and response such as INTUITY AUDIX
•
Call center tools such as Avaya Call Management System, NICE Analyzer, Avaya Call
Recording , Avaya Visual Vectors and Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting
Desktop
•
System printer
•
Journal printer
•
Call Accounting Systems
•
Call Detail Recording (CDR)
•
Avaya Site Administration (ASA)
•
DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
•
DEFINITY Translator ATM Manager (DTA)s
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DEFINITY Server SI
Overview
Avaya MultiVantage™ on a DEFINITY® Server SI offers a high-level operating system, open
interfaces, and distributed processing. DEFINITY Server SI provides circuit-switched voice
communications and Internet Protocol (IP) telephony including voice and data network
integration, unified messaging, and multimedia conferencing and collaboration. Because
DEFINITY Server R is part of Avaya’s Enterprise Class IP Solutions family, it is designed to
work with other Avaya products to create a complete IP solution.
All major hardware is contained in a Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1) that hold up to five carriers
or stackable Single-Carrier Cabinets (SCC1). The solution enables high-speed connections
between analog and digital trunks, data lines connected to host computers, data-entry terminals,
personal computers, and IP network addresses. See the following figure for an example of a
DEFINITY Server SI solution.
DEFINITY Server SI with MultiVantage Software
Attendant
console
Multimedia
call center
DEFINITY Wireless
Business System
Voice terminal
Data terminal
Management
terminal
Voice terminal
with data module
Data
terminal
DEFINITY
AUDIX
Voice
messaging
system
Host
computer
Outside private
line data
transmission
equipment
Data
terminals
Analog
facilities
Digital
facilities
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Detailed Description
The DEFINITY Server SI with MultiVantage Software provides a common architecture
platform across all supported line sizes. The Processor Port Network (PPN) is the master
controller of the system. The Expansion Port Network (EPN) contains line ports and trunk
ports. The universal port hardware allows station circuit packs, trunk circuit packs, and service
circuit packs to be installed in any available slot.
DEFINITY Server SI with MultiVantage Software provides:
•
Scalable applications for messaging, conferencing, collaboration, call centers, mobility,
and remote users.
•
Control of operational costs through the use of networking and management solutions
•
A simple process for adding features. Add a circuit pack and use the graphical user
interface (GUI) to administer it.
•
Cost-effective and distributed switching arrangements in both LANs and WANs.
•
Converged network environments through the use of IP and Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) protocols and services
•
Time Division Multiplex (TDM) transmission and switching infrastructures for both
LANs and WANs. TDM supports analog, digital, and IP endpoints, both trunking and
station, and an IP interface to a LAN or WAN.
Main Components
The following are main system components:
•
Avaya MultiVantage Software. For information about Avaya MultiVantage Software, see
the Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software, 555-233-767.
•
A Processor Port Network (PPN) with a Switch Processing Element (SPE) and Port
Network (PN).
•
The 631DA power unit and 631DB power unit for AC power.
•
The 649A power unit for DC power
•
The Control Carrier
•
The DEFINITY Server SI can use the following Media Gateways:
— SCC1, including power supplies for AC power or DC power
"The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151)
— MCC1, including power supplies for AC power or DC power
"The MCC1 Media Gateway" (page 159)
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•
Circuit Packs
— The TN2404 processor
— The TN2401 network control and packet interface (NetPkt)
— TN768, TN780, or TN2182 tone clock
Each of the main components is described in the following section.
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing
Element
The PPN is a DEFINITY Server SI configuration of carriers that contains the following control
complex SPE of the system and port interfaces. The control complex consists of three circuit
packs:
•
The TN2404 RISK processor
•
The TN2401 Network controller
•
The TN2182, TN780 or TN768 tone clock board.
All of the control circuit packs reside in the control carrier within the PPN. Additional optional
circuit packs might be needed such as the TN799DP C-LAN board which provides TCP/IP
connectivity and the TN765 Processor Interface for BX.25 connectivity. For high and critical
reliability systems, the TN792 Duplication Interface pack is used.
When a telephone goes off-hook or signals call initiation, the SPE receives a signal from the
port circuit that is connected to the device. The digits of the called number are collected, and the
switch is set up to make a connection between the calling device and the called devices.
The following figure shows a direct-connect system with an SPE in the PPN. Buses route voice
and data calls between external trunks and external lines.
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Components of a DEFINITY Server SI Configuration
PPN
SPE
Processor bus
Processor
Network Control/
Packet Interface
Memory
Packet
bus
Terminal
TDM
bus
Ports
External trunks,
lines, and IP
addresses
Ports
Expansion I/O
Expansion I/O
Fiber optic cable
EPN
Expansion I/O
EPN
Expansion I/O
Expansion I/O
Packet
bus
TDM bus
Maintenance
Ports
Terminal
External
trunks, lines,
and IP
addresses
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Packet
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TDM bus
Maintenance
Terminal
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External
External
trunks, lines, trunks, lines,
and IP
and IP
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Port Network
The Port Network (PN) consists of the following components:
•
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) bus: The TDM bus has 484 time slots, 23 B channels,
and 1 D channel available per bus. The TDM bus runs internally throughout each PN and
terminates on each end. The TDM bus consists of two 8-bit parallel buses, bus A and bus
B. Bus A and bus B carry switched digitized voice and data signals and control signals to
all port circuits and between port circuits and the SPE. The port circuits place digitized
voice signals and data signals on a TDM bus. Bus A and bus B are typically active
simultaneously.
•
Packet bus: The packet bus runs internally throughout each PN and terminates on each
end. The packet bus is an 18-bit parallel bus that carries logical links and control
messages from the SPE, through port circuits, to endpoints such as terminals and
adjuncts. The packet bus carries logical links for both on-switch and off-switch control
between some specific port circuits in the system; for example, D-channels, X.25, and
remote management terminals.
•
Port circuits: The port circuits form analog/digital interfaces between the PN and
external trunks and devices that provide links between these devices and the TDM bus
and packet bus. Incoming analog signals are converted to pulse-code modulated (PCM)
digital signals and placed on the TDM bus by port circuits. Port circuits convert outgoing
signals from PCM to analog for external analog devices. All port circuits connect to the
TDM bus. Only specific ports connect to the packet bus.
•
Interface circuits: Interface circuits are types of port circuits that are located in the PPN
and each EPN. Interface circuits terminate fiber optic cables that connect TDM buses
and the packet bus from the PPN cabinet to the TDM bus and packet bus of each EPN
cabinet.
•
An Expansion Interface (EI) circuit pack also terminates:
•
Each end of a cable connecting the PPN to an EPN
•
Each end of a cable that connects an EPN to another EPN
•
The PN end of a cable connected between a PN carrier and an SN carrier.
•
A Switch Node Interface (SNI) circuit pack terminates the SN carrier end of a cable that
is connected between an SN carrier and a PN.
•
A DS1 converter changes from a fiber interface to a DS1 interface between PNs for DS1
remoting. A DS1 converter reduces the maximum number of timeslots per
fully-administered DS1 configuration (4 T1’s) to 92.
•
Service circuits connect to an external terminal to monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot
the system. Service circuits also provide tone production and detection, call
classification, recorded announcements, and speech synthesis.
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Carriers
Carriers hold circuit packs and connect them to power, the TDM bus, and the packet bus. There
are five types:
•
Control carrier (PPN cabinet only)
•
Optional duplicated control carrier (PPN cabinet only)
•
Optional port carrier (PPN and/or EPN cabinets)
•
Optional expansion control carrier (EPN cabinets only)
•
Optional switch node carrier (PPN and/or EPN cabinets)
Cabinets
The system cabinets contain the carriers and all other components, including the power supply.
A cabinet contains at least one carrier in an enclosed shelf with vertical slots to hold circuit
packs. The circuit packs fit into connectors that attach to the rear of the slots. There are two
cabinet types:
•
Single-Carrier Cabinet (SCC1)
•
Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1)
Single-Carrier Cabinets
Up to three Single-Carrier Cabinets (SCC1) can be stacked to form a single PN. Refer to the
following figure.
Single-Carrier Cabinets come in any of four configurations:
•
A basic control cabinet that contains a TN2404 processor, tone clock, and a power
converter
•
An expansion control cabinet that contains additional port circuit packs, interfaces to the
PPN, a maintenance interface, and a power converter
•
A duplicated control cabinet that contains the same equipment as the basic control
cabinet
•
A port cabinet that contains port circuit packs and a power converter
Typical Single-Carrier Cabinet (SCC1)
Power
converter
Air circulation
vents
Circuit packs
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Multi-Carrier Cabinets
A Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1) is a 70 in. (178 cm) cabinet that has up to five carriers. See the
following figure for an example of an MCC1. The following are the three types of Multi-Carrier
Cabinets:
•
A PPN cabinet that contains the ports, SPE, an interface to an EPN cabinet, and/or a
CSS.
•
An EPN cabinet that contains additional ports, interfaces to the PPN and other EPN
cabinets, the maintenance interface, optional interfaces to other EPN cabinets, a switch
node (in an SN in a CSS-connected system), or an ATM switch.
•
An Auxiliary cabinet that contains that is equipment used for optional, system-related
hardware, such as rack-mount equipment.
Typical Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1)
“C” position carrier
“B” position carrier
“A” position carrier
“F” position fan unit
“D” position carrier
“E” position carrier
Power distribution unit
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Network Control and Packet Interface
The Network control and Packet interface communicates control channel messages between the
processor circuit pack and the distributed network of port circuit packs on the TDM bus. The
NetPkt circuit pack (TN2401) provides eight asynchronous data channels that process and route
information directly from the processor circuit pack to customer-connected equipment.
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Options
Expansion Port Network
An Expansion Port Network (EPN) contains additional ports that increase the number of
connections to trunks and lines.
IP Media Processor
The IP Media Processor provides voice over internet protocol (VoIP) audio access to the switch
for local stations and outside trunks. The IP Media Processor provides audio processing for
between 32 and 64 voice channels and supports hairpin connections, as well as shuffling of calls
between IP direct connections. The IP Media Processor can perform echo cancellation, silence
suppression, fax relay service, and DTMF detection. The IP Media Processor can be updated
using the firmware download feature.
DEFINITY IP Solutions
DEFINITY IP Solutions brings together the flexibility of IP networks with the full feature
functionality of MultiVantage software. IP Solutions provides:
•
Investment protection and optimization in IP and PSTN networks.
•
Full software applications, features, and management capabilities are carried into the IP
environment using MultiVantage Software.
•
Enhanced quality of service
•
Remote workers have full access to MultiVantage Software features from their PCs.
IP Solutions offers a feature that enables users to specify the quality of voice communications.
With the Quality of Service feature, users can administer and download the Differentiated
Services Type-of-Service value to optimize voice quality. The Quality of Service feature
implements buffers in the audio-processing circuit pack to reduce latency and helps some
routers to prioritize audio traffic.
IP Solutions also introduces hairpin and IP-IP direct connections, two features that make voice
communications more efficient. Hairpin connections route the voice channel connecting two IP
endpoints so that the voice goes through the IP Media Processor circuit pack in IP format,
thereby bypassing the TDM bus. IP-IP direct connections route the voice channel connecting
two IP endpoints by sending the voice directly through the LAN or WAN between the two
endpoints, instead of carrying a mixed connection of IP signaling and TDM bus signaling
The following figure shows the trunk connects and line connections available with IP Solutions.
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IP Solutions
Switch
Voice Terminal
PSTN
TN2302
IP Softphone
or CentreVu IP Agent
Switch
H.323
Trunk
TN2302
DS1
C-LAN
LAN/WAN
LAN/WAN
C-LAN
TN2302
Switch
TN2302
IP Trunk
C-LAN
TN2302
IP Softphone
with H.323 voice application
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The figure shows IP Solutions supports connectivity for IP trunks, IP softphones, and IP
telephones.
DEFINITY IP Solutions is implemented using the TN2302AP, an IP Media Processor circuit
pack inside the switch. The TN2302AP IP Media Processor provides H.323 trunk connections
and H.323 voice processing for IP telephones. The features that use the TN2302AP circuit pack
also require the TN799 C-LAN circuit pack.
NOTE:
The IP trunk that is used in R7 and the current TN2302AP H.323 trunks are not
interoperable. The TN2302AP H.323 in trunk mode cannot communicate with an R7 IP
trunk. However, the TN2302AP H.323 trunk can communicate with a TN802B circuit
pack.
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Trunks
DEFINITY IP Solutions supports two trunk configurations:
•
H.323 IP trunk (IP Solutions mode)
•
IP trunk mode
IP trunks reduce expenses for long distance voice and fax, facilitating global communications,
provide a full-function network with data and voice convergence, and use available network
resources to optimize investments.
H.323 IP Trunk (IP Solutions mode)
The IP Media Processor circuit pack (TN2302AP) supports the H.323 version 2 protocol and
operates with H.323 version 2 endpoints, including stations, trunks, and gateways. An IP Media
Processor circuit pack uses IP connectivity between two DEFINITY or MultiVantage solutions
to enable H.323 trunk service using IP connectivity. H.323 trunk groups can be configured as
DEFINITY-specific tie trunks that support:
•
ISDN trunk features such as DCS+ and QSIG
•
Generic tie trunks that permit interconnection with H.323 v2-compliant switches from
other vendors
•
Direct-inward-dial (DID) type of “public” trunks providing access to the switch for
unregistered users.
The TN2302AP requires the TN799 for signaling.
The TN2302AP IP Media Processor is also used for H.323 VoIP applications.
IP Trunk mode
The IP Trunk mode allows trunk groups to be defined as DS1 tie lines between DEFINITY
systems over a customer’s data network. Each IP Interface circuit pack in IP Trunk mode
provides a basic 12-port package that can be expanded up to 30 ports.
Each TN802 or TN802B circuit pack in IP Trunk mode requires:
•
A connection to a modem
•
An incoming line for Avaya remote access
•
Direct access to the NT server on the hard disk using pcANYWHERE, version 8 or later.
The TN2302AP circuit pack does not require:
•
A connection to a modem
•
An incoming line
•
Access using pcANYWHERE.
•
A TN799B circuit pack
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Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator
The Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator provides a cost effective, full functionality
solution for a remote office location. The remote telephony that is available through the R300
has all the capabilities of telephony that is connected directly. Because voice and data can share
the same WAN link between the DEFINITY Server SI switch and the remote site, the R300
provides voice and data convergence.
The R300 terminates at the local LAN and supports local PSTN connections that use the
following methods:
•
Two DS1/E1/T1/PRI
•
Six BRI ST V.35 serial port connections
•
Two analog trunks
The R300 provides connections between remote stations and local access trunks. The R300 is a
rack-mounted Media Gateway that features two expansion slots. One slot contains a DSP blade
for VoIP support. The other slot contains a new combination blade that supports the DCP as
well as the analog line and trunk connections. The R300 supports up to 24 DCP sets and two
analog lines from a host switch. A single DEFINITY solution can support multiple R300 units.
See the following figure for an example of a DEFINITY Server SI connected to an R300.
Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator
R300
Remote Office
System
Management
System
Management
DCP
1
IP over
WAN
trunk(s)
5
8
9
0
#
6
DCP
TN799
2
9
0
#
Control
carrier
Control
carrier
3
5
8
6
#
6
Router
Port
carrier
TN2302
Local trunk
access (PRI,
BRI, or
analog)
DCP
Host
LAN
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4
7
Local CO
(p/o WAN)
IP over
ISDN/FR
WAN
Port
carrier
3
2
1
9
0
IP
LAN
ISDN
4
3
5
8
Analog
Analog
7
2
4
7
R300
Remote
Office
1
IP over
WAN
trunk(s)
Port
carrier
Power
distribution unit
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#
6
R300
Remote
Office
Analog
Local CO
(p/o WAN)
Switch
2
4
7
IP
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Connectivity
LAN Gateway
With the optional J58890MA-1List 2 LAN Gateway circuit pack assembly installed, the switch
works with PC/LAN-based communications applications that support the CallVisor
Adjunct-Switch Application Interface (ASAI).
C-LAN
TCP/IP connectivity is provided over Ethernet or Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) to adjuncts such
as CMS or INTUITY™ AUDIX®, and for DCS connectivity. The C-LAN circuit pack
(TN799DP) provides a “bridge” from the TDM bus to the packet bus on a DEFINITY server.
IP Asynchronous Links using C-LAN
The IP Asynchronous Links feature enables the switch to transfer existing asynchronous
adjunct connectivity to an Ethernet network using TCP/IP protocol. IP Asynchronous Links is a
simple, session-layer, proprietary protocol that creates value for the customer in the following
ways:
•
Reduces the cost to connect the switch to various adjuncts
•
Allows for an open architecture to transport information and increases the speed at which
data is transferred
•
Allows customers to manage applications from both on site and remote locations
•
Allows for several system management applications to run on a single PC and thus
reducing hardware requirements
•
Provides “IP Services” forms to support more flexible administration
•
Guarantees data delivery through a reliable session-layer protocol
•
Supports customers’ existing investment in serial hardware through use of Network
Terminal Servers
IP Asynchronous Links supports switch client applications and server applications as described
in the following sections.
Switch Client Applications
Client applications with asynchronous links allow you to use TCP/IP to connect adjunct
equipment to the switch via the C-LAN board.
Asynchronous TCP/IP links can be used to connect call detail recording (CDR) devices,
property management systems (PMS) and printers. Maintenance parameters can be set to allow
the switch to report alarms over a TCP/IP link.
A device that does not support a direct TCP/IP connection, but that does support an RS232
interface, can connect to the C-LAN board through a terminal server or router.
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Switch Server Applications
IP Asynchronous Links provides a telnet server to interconnect C-LAN Ethernet clients to
system management applications on the switch via TCP/IP or TCP/IP and RS232 signals. IP
Asynchronous Links supports the following server applications:
•
System administration terminal (SAT)
•
Avaya Site Administration (formerly DEFINITY Site Administration, or DSA)
•
DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
•
Proxy Agent
•
Enterprise Directory Gateway
Server applications send data to the switch, and the telnet server supports 80 Kbps data
throughput. Current application screen interactions, and current simultaneous session limits on
the switch are also supported. The telnet server satisfies all current terminal emulation modes
for example, 51x, 4410, 4425, vt220, hp262x, and pctt.
Access security for system management applications over TCP/IP is provided by the existing
Access Security Gateway (ASG) feature. Through either a local or a remote node or port, users
can specify the remote client IP address and port number from which the switch can accept
service requests. ASG must be enabled on the system-parameters customer-options form. ASG
must also be enabled for at least one customer login. The user can administer a timeout period
that ranges from 5 to 999 minutes, but there is currently no provision for data encryption over
the LAN.
Reliability
Duplication is a strategy to create fully redundant systems that are highly reliable. Duplication
minimizes single failure points that can interrupt call processing. Three options are available for
system reliability and duplication:
•
Standard reliability -- does not duplicate the tone clocks, the control carrier, or any
inter-PN connectivity.
•
High reliability -- duplicates the hardware that is associated with the SPE. The Control
Carrier is duplicated, which provides duplicate SPEs and tone clocks. Inter-PN
connectivity and EPN tone clocks are not duplicated. The strategy is to duplicate items
that are associated with the SPE so that a single fault will not cause the loss of the SPE.
•
Critical reliability -- requires the full duplication of the SPE, inter-PN connectivity, and
the tone clocks.
As duplication increases, the maximum number of port carriers and port circuit packs per
cabinet decreases.
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BHCC for DEFINITY Server SI
The following table shows Busy Hour Call Completion capacities for DEFINITY Server SI.
Type of Call
DEFINITY Server SI
All analog
20,000
General business
20,000
ISDN
20,000
ACD
20,000
ICM
20,000
OCM
20,000
CTI/ASAI
20,000
Wireless
20,000
IP telephones, non-IP trunks
18,000
DCP telephones, IP trunks
13,500
IP telephones, IP trunks
7,500
Adjuncts
The following is a partial list of the adjunts that Avaya provides:
•
Voice messaging and response such as INTUITY AUDIX
•
Call center tools such as Avaya Call Management System, NICE Analyzer, Avaya Call
Recording , Avaya Visual Vectors and Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting
Desktop
•
System printer
•
Journal printer
•
Call Accounting Systems
•
Call Detail Recording (CDR)
•
Avaya Site Administration (ASA)
•
DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
•
DEFINITY Translator ATM Manager (DTA)
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DEFINITY Server R
Overview
Avaya MultiVantage™ on a DEFINITY® Server R offers a high-level operating system, open
interfaces, and distributed processing. DEFINITY Server R provides circuit-switched voice
communications and Internet Protocol (IP) telephony including voice and data network
integration, unified messaging, and multimedia conferencing and collaboration. Because
DEFINITY Server R is part of Avaya’s Enterprise Class IP Solutions family, it is designed to
work with other Avaya products to create a complete IP solution.
All major hardware is contained in a Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1) that hold up to five carriers
or stackable Single-Carrier Cabinets (SCC1). The solution enables high-speed connections
between analog and digital trunks, data lines connected to host computers, data-entry terminals,
personal computers, and IP network addresses. See the following figure for an example of a
DEFINITY Server R solution.
DEFINITY Server R
Attendant
console
Multimedia
call center
DEFINITY Wireless
Business System
Voice terminal
Data terminal
Management
terminal
Voice terminal
with data module
Data
terminal
DEFINITY
AUDIX
Voice
messaging
system
Host
computer
Outside private
line data
transmission
equipment
Data
terminals
Analog
facilities
Digital
facilities
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The DEFINITY Server R with Avaya MultiVantage software, provides a common architecture
platform across all supported line sizes. It gives large customers with multiple locations the
same user and administration interfaces across their enterprise network including international
locations.
DEFINITY Server R provides:
•
Scalable applications for messaging, conferencing, collaboration, call centers, mobility,
and remote users.
•
Control of operational costs through the use of networking and management solutions
•
A simple process for adding features. Add a circuit pack and use the graphical user
interface (GUI) to administer it.
•
Cost-effective and distributed switching arrangements in both LANs and WANs.
•
Converged network environments through the use of IP and Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) protocols and services.
•
Time Division Multiplex (TDM) transmission and switching infrastructures for both
LANs and WANs. TDM supports analog, digital, and IP endpoints, both trunking and
station, and an IP interface to a LAN or a WAN.
Main Components
The DEFINITY Server R contains the following main components:
•
Avaya MultiVantage Software. For information about Avaya MultiVantage software, see
the Overview for Avaya MultiVantage™ Software, 555-233-767.
•
Processor Port Network (PPN) with a Switch Processing Element (SPE) and Port
Network (PN).
•
The 631DA power unit and 631DB power unit for AC Power.
•
The 649A power unit for DC Power.
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The Control Carrier
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The DEFINITY Server R can use the following Media Gateways:
— MCC1 Media Gateway- including power supplies for AC power or DC power
"The MCC1 Media Gateway" (page 159)
— SCC1 Media Gateways- including power supplies for AC power or DC power
"The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151)
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Circuit packs
— The UN331C processor
— Four TN1650 memory circuit packs
— A TN1648 SYSAM
— A TN1655 packet interface
— A UN332C mass storage system and network control (MSS/NET CONT)
— The TN2211 optical drive
— The TN1657 disk drive
— The TN768, TN780, or TN2182 tone clock
Each of the main components, is described in the following section.
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing
Element
The Processor Port Network (PPN) is a DEFINITY configuration of carriers that contains the
control complex SPE of the system and port interfaces. The control complex consists of:
•
the UN331C processor, four TN1650 memory packs
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A TN1648 SYSAM board, a TN1655 packet interface
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A UN332C suffix mass storage system and network control board
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A TN 2211 optical drive
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A TN1657 disk drive
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A TN768, TN780 or TN2182 tone clock.
Additional optional circuit packs might be needed such as the UN330B for duplication interface
in high reliability systems and critical reliability systems.
When a device such as a telephone, goes off-hook or signals call initiation, the SPE receives a
signal from the port circuit that is connected to the device. The digits of the called number are
collected, and the switch is set up to make a connection between the calling and the called
devices.
The following figure shows a direct-connect system with an SPE in the PPN. Buses route voice
calls and data calls between external trunks and external lines.
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PPN
SPE
Processor bus
Processor
Network Control/
Packet Interface
Memory
Packet
bus
Terminal
TDM
bus
Ports
External trunks,
lines, and IP
addresses
Ports
Expansion I/O
Expansion I/O
Fiber optic cable
EPN
Expansion I/O
EPN
Expansion I/O
Expansion I/O
Packet
bus
TDM bus
Maintenance
Ports
Terminal
External
trunks, lines,
and IP
addresses
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Expansion I/O
Packet
bus
TDM bus
Maintenance
Terminal
Ports
External
External
trunks, lines, trunks, lines,
and IP
and IP
addresses addresses
Port Network
The Port Network (PN) consists of the following components:
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Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) bus: The TDM bus has 484 time slots, 23 B channels,
and 1 D channel available per bus. The TDM bus runs internally throughout each PN and
terminates on each end. The TDM bus consists of two 8-bit parallel buses, bus A and bus
B. Bus A and bus B carry switched digitized voice and data signals and control signals to
all port circuits and between port circuits and the SPE. The port circuits place digitized
voice signals and data signals on a TDM bus. Bus A and bus B are typically active
simultaneously.
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Packet bus: The packet bus runs internally throughout each PN and terminates on each
end. The packet bus is an 18-bit parallel bus that carries logical links and control
messages from the SPE, through port circuits, to endpoints such as terminals and
adjuncts. The packet bus carries logical links for both on-switch and off-switch control
between some specific port circuits in the system; for example, D-channels, X.25, and
remote management terminals.
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Port circuits: The port circuits form analog/digital interfaces between the PN and
external trunks and devices that provide links between these devices and the TDM bus
and packet bus. Incoming analog signals are converted to pulse-code modulated (PCM)
digital signals and placed on the TDM bus by port circuits. Port circuits convert outgoing
signals from PCM to analog for external analog devices. All port circuits connect to the
TDM bus. Only specific ports connect to the packet bus.
•
Interface circuits: Interface circuits are types of port circuits that are located in the PPN
and each EPN. Interface circuits terminate fiber optic cables that connect TDM buses
and the packet bus from the PPN cabinet to the TDM bus and packet bus of each EPN
cabinet.
Carriers
Carriers hold circuit packs and connect them to power, the TDM bus, and the packet bus. There
are five types:
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Control Carrier (PPN cabinet only)
•
Optional Duplicated Control Carrier (PPN cabinet only)
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Optional port carrier (PPN and/or EPN cabinets)
•
Optional expansion control carrier (EPN cabinets only)
•
Optional switch node carrier (PPN and/or EPN cabinets)
Cabinets
The system cabinets contain the carriers and all other components, including the power supply.
A cabinet contains at least 1 carrier in an enclosed shelf with vertical slots to hold circuit packs.
The circuit packs fit into connectors that attach to the rear of the slots. There are two cabinet
types:
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Single-Carrier Cabinet (SCC1)
•
Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1)
Single-Carrier Cabinets
Up to four Single-Carrier Cabinets (SCC1) can be stacked to form a single PN.
Single-Carrier Cabinets come in any of four configurations:
•
An expansion control cabinet that contains additional port circuit packs, interfaces to the
PPN, a maintenance interface and a power converter
•
A port cabinet that contains port circuit packs and a power converter
•
See the following figure for an example of a SCC1.
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Typical Single-Carrier Cabinet (SCC1)
Power
converter
Air circulation
vents
Circuit packs
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Multi-Carrier Cabinets
A Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1) is a 70 inch (178 cm) cabinet that has up to five carriers. The
three types of Multi-Carrier Cabinets are as follows:
•
A PPN cabinet contains the ports, SPE, an interface to an EPN cabinet, or a CSS.
•
An EPN cabinet contains additional ports, interfaces to the PPN and other EPN cabinets,
the maintenance interface, optional interfaces to other EPN cabinets, a switch node in an
SN in a CSS-connected system, or an ATM switch.
•
Auxiliary cabinet contains equipment used for optional, system-related hardware, such
as rack-mount equipment.
See the following figure for an example of a typical MCC1.
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Typical Multi-Carrier Cabinet (MCC1)
“C” position carrier
“B” position carrier
“A” position carrier
“F” position fan unit
“D” position carrier
“E” position carrier
Power distribution unit
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Expansion Port Network
An optional Expansion Port Network (EPN) contains additional ports that increase the number
of connections to trunks and lines. An EPN in an can be configured to provided service to users
when the fiber or T1/E1 link to the main processor fails or is severed, or when the processor or
center stage fails. This service requires that special Standby Remote Processor equipment be
collocated with the EPN to provide SPE processor capabilities to the EPN.
Avaya Enterprise Class IP Solutions
Avaya Enterprise Class IP Solutions (ECLIPS) brings together the flexibility of IP networks
with the full feature functionality of MultiVantage software. ECLIPS provides:
•
Investment protection and optimization in IP and PSTN networks.
•
Full software applications, features, and management capabilities are carried into the IP
environment using MultiVantage Software.
•
Enhanced quality of service
•
Remote workers have full access to MultiVantage Software features from their PCs.
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ECLIPS offers a feature that enables users to specify the quality of voice communications. With
the Quality of Service feature, users can administer and download the Differentiated Services
Type-of-Service value to optimize voice quality. The Quality of Service feature implements
buffers in the audio-processing circuit pack to reduce latency and helps some routers to
prioritize audio traffic.
ECLIPS also introduces hairpin and IP-IP direct connections, two features that make voice
communications more efficient. Hairpin connections route the voice channel connecting two IP
endpoints so that the voice goes through the IP Media Processor circuit pack in IP format,
thereby bypassing the TDM bus. IP-IP direct connections route the voice channel connecting
two IP endpoints by sending the voice directly through the LAN or WAN between the two
endpoints, instead of carrying a mixed connection of IP signaling and TDM bus signaling
The following figure shows the trunk connects and line connections available with ECLIPS.
IP Solutions
Switch
Voice Terminal
PSTN
TN2302
IP Softphone
or CentreVu IP Agent
Switch
H.323
Trunk
TN2302
DS1
C-LAN
LAN/WAN
LAN/WAN
C-LAN
TN2302
Switch
TN2302
IP Trunk
C-LAN
TN2302
IP Softphone
with H.323 voice application
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As the The figure shows IP Solutions supports connectivity for IP trunks, IP softphones, and IP
telephones.
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DEFINITY IP Solutions is implemented using the TN2302AP, an IP Media Processor circuit
pack inside the switch. The TN2302AP IP Media Processor provides H.323 trunk connections
and H.323 voice processing for IP telephones. The features that use the TN2302AP circuit pack
also require the TN799 C-LAN circuit pack.
NOTE:
The IP trunk that is used in R7 and the current TN2302AP H.323 trunks are not
interoperable. The TN2302AP H.323 in trunk mode cannot communicate with an R7 IP
trunk. However, the TN2302AP H.323 trunk can communicate with a TN802B circuit
pack.
Trunks
DEFINITY IP Solutions supports two trunk configurations:
•
H.323 IP trunk (IP Solutions mode)
•
IP trunk mode
IP trunks reduce expenses for long distance voice and fax, facilitating global communications,
provide a full-function network with data and voice convergence, and use available network
resources to optimize investments.
H.323 IP Trunk (IP Solutions mode)
The IP Media Processor circuit pack (TN2302AP) supports the H.323 version 2 protocol and
operates with H.323 version 2 endpoints, including stations, trunks, and gateways. An IP Media
Processor circuit pack uses IP connectivity between two DEFINITY or MultiVantage solutions
to enable H.323 trunk service using IP connectivity. H.323 trunk groups can be configured as
DEFINITY-specific tie trunks that support:
•
ISDN trunk features such as DCS+ and QSIG
•
Generic tie trunks that permit interconnection with H.323 v2-compliant switches from
other vendors
•
Direct-inward-dial (DID) type of “public” trunks providing access to the switch for
unregistered users.
The TN2302AP requires the TN799 for signaling.
The TN2302AP IP Media Processor is also used for H.323 VoIP applications.
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IP Trunk mode
The IP Trunk mode allows trunk groups to be defined as DS1 tie lines between DEFINITY
systems over a customer’s data network. Each IP Interface circuit pack in IP Trunk mode
provides a basic 12-port package that can be expanded up to 30 ports.
Each TN802 or TN802B circuit pack in IP Trunk mode requires:
•
A connection to a modem
•
An incoming line for Avaya remote access
•
Direct access to the NT server on the hard disk using pcANYWHERE, version 8 or later.
The TN2302AP circuit pack does not require:
•
A connection to a modem
•
An incoming line
•
Access using pcANYWHERE.
•
A TN799B circuit pack
Avaya R300 Remote Office
Communicator
The Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator provides a cost effective, full functionality
solution for a remote office location. The remote telephony that is available through the R300
has all the capabilities of telephony that is connected directly. Because voice and data can share
the same WAN link between the DEFINITY Server R and the remote site, the R300 provides
voice and data convergence.
The R300 terminates at the local LAN and supports local PSTN connections that use the
following methods:
•
Two DS1/E1/T1/PRI
•
Six BRI ST V.35 serial port connections
•
Two analog trunks
The R300 provides connections between remote stations and local access trunks. The R300 is a
rack-mounted Media Gateway that features two expansion slots. One slot contains a DSP blade
for VoIP support. The other slot contains a new combination blade that supports the DCP as
well as the analog line and trunk connections. The R300 supports up to 24 DCP sets and two
analog lines from a host switch. A single DEFINITY solution can support multiple R300 units.
See the following figure for an example of connectivity from a DEFINITY Server R to an
R300.
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Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator
R300
Remote Office
System
Management
System
Management
DCP
1
IP over
WAN
trunk(s)
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
#
1
DCP
TN799
1
2
5
8
9
0
#
Control
carrier
Control
carrier
3
4
Local CO
(p/o WAN)
IP over
ISDN/FR
WAN
Port
carrier
7
9
0
#
6
IP
LAN
ISDN
4
3
5
8
Analog
Analog
7
2
4
7
R300
Remote
Office
6
DCP
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LAN
Router
Port
carrier
TN2302
Local trunk
access (PRI,
BRI, or
analog)
1
IP over
WAN
trunk(s)
Port
carrier
Power
distribution unit
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
0
#
6
R300
Remote
Office
Analog
Local CO
(p/o WAN)
IP
LAN
Switch
Connectivity
The following sections describe connectivity using TCP/IP, CSS and ATM.
Connectivity Using TCP/IP
LAN Gateway
With the optional J58890MA-1List 2 LAN Gateway circuit pack assembly installed, the switch
works with PC/LAN-based communications applications that support the CallVisor
Adjunct-Switch Application Interface (ASAI).
C-LAN
TCP/IP connectivity is provided over Ethernet or Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) to adjuncts such
as CMS or INTUITY™ AUDIX®, and for DCS connectivity. The C-LAN circuit pack
(TN799DP) provides a “bridge” from the TDM bus to the packet bus on DEFINITY server.
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IP Asynchronous Links using C-LAN
The IP Asynchronous Links feature enables the switch to transfer existing asynchronous
adjunct connectivity to an Ethernet network using TCP/IP protocol. IP Asynchronous Links is a
simple, session-layer, proprietary protocol that creates value for the customer in the following
ways:
•
Reduces the cost to connect the switch to various adjuncts
•
Allows for an open architecture to transport information and increases the speed at which
data is transferred
•
Allows customers to manage applications from both on site and remote locations
•
Allows for several system management applications to run on a single PC and thus
reducing hardware requirements
•
Provides “IP Services” forms to support more flexible administration
•
Guarantees data delivery through a reliable session-layer protocol
•
Supports customers’ existing investment in serial hardware through use of Network
Terminal Servers
IP Asynchronous Links supports switch client applications and server applications as described
in the following sections.
Switch Client Applications
Client applications with asynchronous links allow you to use TCP/IP to connect adjunct
equipment to the switch via the C-LAN board.
Asynchronous TCP/IP links can be used to connect call detail recording (CDR) devices,
property management systems (PMS) and printers. Maintenance parameters can be set to allow
the switch to report alarms over a TCP/IP link.
A device that does not support a direct TCP/IP connection, but that does support an RS232
interface, can connect to the C-LAN board through a terminal server or router.
Switch Server Applications
IP Asynchronous Links provides a telnet server to interconnect C-LAN Ethernet clients to
system management applications on the switch via TCP/IP or TCP/IP and RS232 signals. IP
Asynchronous Links supports the following server applications:
•
System administration terminal (SAT)
•
Avaya Site Administration (formerly DEFINITY Site Administration, or DSA)
•
DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
•
Proxy Agent
•
Enterprise Directory Gateway
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Server applications send data to the switch, and the telnet server supports 80 Kbps data
throughput. Current application screen interactions, and current simultaneous session limits on
the switch are also supported. The telnet server satisfies all current terminal emulation modes
for example, 51x, 4410, 4425, vt220, hp262x, and pctt.
Access security for system management applications over TCP/IP is provided by the existing
Access Security Gateway (ASG) feature. Through either a local or a remote node or port, users
can specify the remote client IP address and port number from which the switch can accept
service requests. ASG must be enabled on the system-parameters customer-options form. ASG
must also be enabled for at least one customer login. The user can administer a timeout period
that ranges from 5 to 999 minutes, but there is currently no provision for data encryption over
the LAN.
Center Stage Switch
A Center Stage Switch (CSS) is optional for three PNs or less in the DEFINITY Server R. The
CSS is the central interface between the PPN and the EPNs. The CSS consists of one, two, or
three switch nodes (SN). One SN can expand the system from 1 EPN to up to 15 EPNs. Two
SNs can expand the system to up to 29 EPNs. Three SNs can expand the system to up to 43
EPNs.
NOTE:
The number of EPNs that can be connected with two or three SNs might be less than the
numbers given, depending on the internal SN-to-SN traffic.
The following figure shows a system with the added CSS to route voice calls and data calls
between external trunks and external lines.
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Components of a CSS-Connected System
PPN
SPE
Processor bus
Processor
Memory
I/O
I/O
Packet
bus
Terminal
TDM
bus
Ports
Ports
External
trunks, lines,
and IP
addresses
Expansion I/O
Fiber optic cable
EPN
EPN
CSS
EPN
EPN
T1 or E1
Typical
EPN
Expansion I/O
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Packet bus
(Port network)
TDM bus
Maintenance
Terminal
Ports
Ports
External trunks, lines, and
IP addresses
The following figure shows the CSS that links the PPN to EPNs by the SNI circuit packs in an
SN carrier. An SN acts as a hub to distribute cables and thus reduces the amount of interconnect
cabling between the PPN and the EPNs.
A system that uses a CSS can connect from 3 to 43 PNs. The CSS can consist of up to three SN
carriers. The CSS can also consist of two, four, or six SN duplicated carriers in a
critical-reliability system.
Each SN contains from 1 to 16 SNI circuit packs. Each interface uses fiber-optic cable to
connect to a PN or to a SN. One interface always connects to the PPN and one connects to each
EPN.
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CSS with Switch Nodes (SNs)
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PPN/EI
Switch Node
(1-16 SNIs)
SNI/EI
1
2
16
SNI/EI
SNI/EI
SNI/EI
EPN/EI
EPN/EI
EPN/EI
In a high reliability system with a duplicated processor, two SNI circuit packs connect to the
PPN. Depending on the chosen configuration this allows up to 15 PNs to connect to one SN, up
to 29 PNs to connect to two SNs, and up to 43 PNs to connect to three SNs.
Connecting with ATM
ATM Switch
The Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) switch is a replacement option for the CSS. Several
Avaya ATM switch types can provide switch port network connectivity. Non-Avaya ATM
switches that comply with the ATM standards set by the ITU can also provide port network
connectivity. In this configuration, TN2305 multi-mode or TN2306 single-mode ATM circuit
packs are installed on the port networks and connected to the ATM switch with the multi- or
single-mode fiber that is specified for the ATM switch.
NOTE:
The components of an ATM-connected system are similar to those shown in the previous
figure. However, in an ATM-connected system, the CSS is replaced with an ATM switch
or switches and each expansion I/O is replaced with a TN2305 circuit pack or TN2306
circuit pack.
ATM-PNC
ATM Port Network Connectivity (ATM-PNC) provides an alternative to the CSS configurations
for connecting the PPN to one or more EPNs. ATM-PNC replaces the CSS in a DEFINITY
Server R network with an ATM switch or network. ATM-PNC is available with all three
reliability options—standard, high, and critical. An ATM-PNC also offers duplication.
ATM-PNC integrates delivery of voice, video, and data via ATM over a converged
large-bandwidth network, thus ATM-PNC provides reduced infrastructure cost and improved
network manageability. ATM-PNC uses standards-based open interfaces that can be
provisioned with either new DEFINITY Server or existing DEFINITY systems.
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ATM-CES
ATM Circuit-Emulation Service (CES) lets the switch emulate ISDN-PRI trunks on an ATM
facility. These virtual trunks can serve as integrated access, tandem, or tie trunks. ATM-CES
trunk emulation consolidates trunking to maximize port network capacities. For example, the
CES interface can define up to 10 virtual circuits for tie-line connectivity, and consolidates
network connectivity that typically requires multiple circuit packs into one circuit card.
ATM WAN Spare Processors
An ATM WAN Spare Processor (WSP) provides a disaster recovery option for DEFINITY
Server R expansion port networks that are deployed over an ATM WAN. An ATM WSP acts as
a PPN in the event of a catastrophic failure in the network. That is, a WSP functions as a PPN if
the main PPN is not functional or is not communicating to one or more of the other EPNs.
DEFINITY Server R is highly reliable, but when DEFINITY Server R overlays a converged
network infrastructure, the reliability and availability depend on the entire infrastructure, not
just its own hardware and software of the switch. ATM WSPs can be placed in a switch, ATM
port network configuration to provide a backup arrangement of PPNs, and thus maintain the
availability of the features and functions of the switch.
A WSP continually monitors a connection to the main PPN to determine if the PPN is actively
communicating with the EPNs. From 1 to 15 WSPs can be established in an ATM port network,
and each is given a priority role to avoid its contending with other EPNs for control. Each WSP
will become active if the WSP cannot establish communications with both the main PPN and a
WSP of higher priority. The WSP will wait an administered interval of 5 to 99 minutes and then
take control within approximately 15 minutes. Although calls are not preserved while the
switch takes place, the WSP enables customers to be back in service within a reasonable amount
of time.
Returning to normal operation under control of the PPN requires a manual restart sequence.
When control is returned to the PPN, the WSP returns to a standby status. Calls are not
preserved during the return to normal operation; you may therefore want to schedule the return
to normal operation for a time when it will be least disruptive.
NOTE:
ATM WSPs cannot be used for critical reliability switches. It also cannot be used with a
conventional CSS.
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Reliability
Duplication is a strategy to create fully redundant systems that are highly reliable. Duplication
minimizes single failure points that can interrupt call processing. Four options are available for
system reliability and duplication:
•
Standard reliability -- does not duplicate the tone clocks, the control carrier, or any
inter-PN connectivity.
•
High reliability -- duplicates the hardware that is associated with the SPE. The Control
Carrier is duplicated, which provides duplicate SPEs and tone clocks. Inter-PN
connectivity and EPN tone clocks are not duplicated. The strategy is to duplicate items
that are associated with the SPE so that a single fault will not cause the loss of the SPE.
•
Critical reliability -- requires the full duplication of the SPE, inter-PN connectivity, and
the tone clocks.
•
ATM Network Duplication -- requires full duplication of the inter-PN connectivity and
the tone clocks.
As duplication increases, the maximum number of port carriers and port circuit packs per
cabinet decreases.
Busy Hour Call Completion
The following table shows Busy Hour Call Completion capacities:
Type of Call
DEFINITY Server R
All analog
135,000
General business
100,000
ISDN
40,000
ACD
70,000
ICM
30,000
OCM
44,000
CTI/ASAI
70,000
Wireless
70,000
IP telephones, non-IP trunks
24,000
DCP telephones, IP trunks
18,000
IP telephones, IP trunks
10,000
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Adjuncts
The following is a partial list of the adjunts that Avaya provides:
•
Voice messaging and response such as INTUITY AUDIX
•
Call center tools such as Avaya Call Management System, NICE Analyzer, Avaya Call
Recording , Avaya Visual Vectors and Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting
Desktop
•
System printer
•
Journal printer
•
Call Accounting Systems
•
Call Detail Recording (CDR)
•
Avaya Site Administration (ASA)
•
DEFINITY Network Management (DNM)
•
DEFINITY Translator ATM Manager (DTA)
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The CMC1 Media Gateway
The CMC1 Media Gateway
The CMC1 Media Gateway is an economical, small-footprint alternative to a SCC1 Media Gateway. The CMC1
Media Gateway supports the DEFINITY® Server CSI and the Avaya S8100 Media Servers. It
can be mounted on a wall or on the floor, and uses an AC-only power supply. The control carrier contains two control
slots, one for the processor and the other for the tone clock. Slot 3 to slot 10 can contain optional port circuit packs
and service circuit packs. See the following figure for an example of the CMC1 Media Gateway.
CMC1 Media Gateway Left Side
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The following figure shows the connections on the right side of the the cabinet. From 1 to 10
25-pair connectors provide an interface between port circuit packs and the cross-connect field
or a cable access panel.
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CMC1 Media Gateway Right Side
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Up to three CMC1 Media Gateways can be supported by the S8100 Media Server. A maximum
of four CMC1 Media Gateways can be supported by the DEFINITY Server CSI. In the CMC1
Media Gateway that contains the server and the tone clock circuit packs there will be less then
10 slots available.In all remaining connected CMC1 Media Gateways there are 10 slots that can
be used for port or service circuit pack.
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The CMC1 Media Gateway
Typical Vertical Installation Front View of the CMC1 Media Gateway
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A
C
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The G600 Media Gateway
The G600 Media Gateway
The Avaya™ G600 Media Gateway can be used with the S8700 Media Server and the S8100
Media Server.The G600 Media Gateway has the following characteristics:
•
There is a maximum of 64 port networks when used with the S8700.
•
A maximum of four G600 Media Gateways can be in each Port Network (PN) with the
S8700 Media Server. The four G600 Media Gateways must be in one data rack due to
TDM cable length.
•
The S8100 Media Server can support up to three G600 Media Gateways.
•
A PN consists of a control G600 Media Gateway that is designated A, and second, third,
and fourth optional G600 Media Gateways that are designated as B, C, and D,
respectively.
•
The dimensions of the G600 Media Gateway is 19 inches wide, 13 inches high and 21
inches deep.
•
There are 10 universal slots plus one power supply.
•
Circuit packs are inserted and removed from the front of the cabinet. Cabinet I/O is
through the back and through a front cable pass-through slot.
•
G600 Media Gateway is AC powered only. There are no internal batteries. DC power is
not an option.
•
An RJ45 patch panel is recommended for cross-connecting to a LAN or a wall field.
G600 Media Gateway Cooling
Cooling for the G600 Media Gateway is provided by three 12-volt DC variable-speed fans that
are integrated into the back of the cabinet. The fans pull air through the front and left sides and
up through the cabinet. Air exits from the back of the cabinet. The 650A Global Power supply
controls the speed. The 650A Global Power supply varies the fan input voltage between 8VDC
and 14VDC depending on a temperature sensor that is mounted in the power supply.
The fan assembly includes the three fans, a base plate to which the fans are attached, wiring,
and an AMP connector that plugs into a cable that connects to the backplane. The assembly is
easily installed and removed. You must replace the entire assembly if a fan fails. If a fan fails
the following events will take place:
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An alarm through the power supply is detected as a power alarm.
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The remaining fans will go to high speed.
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The red LED on the 650A Global Power supply faceplate will light.
See the following figure for an example of the G600 Media Gateway.
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Required Circuit Packs for the G600
Media Gateway and a S8700 Media
Server
When the G600 Media Gateway is connected to the S8700 Media Server the following circuit
packs are required:
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP)
The IP Server Interface (IPSI) provides transport of control messages over IP allowing the
S8700 Media Server to communicate with the PNs. The IPSI is required to provide control
network signaling over the customer’s LAN and WAN. Tone generation, tone detection, global
call classification, as well as stratum 4 type clock generation are provided on the IPSI board.
C-LAN (TN799DP)
The C-LAN circuit pack, TN799DP provides call control for all IP endpoints that are connected
to the S8700 Media Server for IP Connect. A maximum number of 64 C-LANs per
configuration is supported. The number of C-LANs that are required depends on the number of
devices that are connected and the options that the endpoint is using. It might be advantageous
to segregate IP voice control traffic from device control traffic as a safety measure.
To determine the default value for C-LAN socket usage of H.323 tie trunks, you must divide the
total number of H.323 Tie Trunk that use sharing by 31. Each IP endpoint requires the use of
some number of C-LAN sockets, which is the software object that is used to connect a TN799
board to the IP network. The TN799DP circuit pack supports up to 500 sockets.
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The G600 Media Gateway
The C-LAN differs from an IP Media Processor in that the C-LAN controls the call and the
processor provides the codecs used for the audio on the call.
To take advantage of downloadable firmware capability there must be at least one TN799DP
C-LAN and access to the public Internet for firmware downloads to other downloadable circuit
packs. Downloads and instructions are posted to:
http://www.avaya.com/support/
Click on Online Services > Download Software Needed.
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP)
The S8700 Media Server for IP Connect requires resources on a IP Media Processor
(TN2302AP) circuit pack for bearer communications within the same PN. The TN2302AP is
also used for bearer communications with IP endpoints on both systems. The TN2302AP
includes a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet interface to support H.323 endpoints for IP trunks and H.323
end-points. The TN2302AP can perform echo cancellation, silence suppression, dual-tone
multi-frequency (DTMF) detection, and conferencing.
The TN2302AP supports the following codecs, fax detection for them beginning with vintage
32, and conversion between them:
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G.711 (mu-law or a-law, 64 Kbps)
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G.723.1 (6.3 Kbps or 5.3 Kbps audio)
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G.729A (8 Kbps audio)
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G.729, G.729B, G.729AB
Required circuit packs for the G600 Media
Gateway and a S8100 Media Server
When the G600 Media Gateway is connected to the S8100 Media Server the following circuit
packs are required:
The TN2314 Processor
The S8100 Media Server supports voice stations with co-resident voice switching, voice and fax
messaging and system applications run on a Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system. The
communication between the firmware and the software is done by an Ethernet connection. An
Intel processor Message Link (IML) is the Ethernet control link between the Pentium processor
and the MPC860 processor. The link allows for the message based communication between the
two processors.
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The S8100 Media Server has the following characteristics:
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Processor – The processor is a 500-MHz Pentium III.
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RAM – There are two slots for SDRAM memory modules, with a minimum of 256-MB
of RAM and a maximum of 512-MB of RAM.
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Front panel ethernet access – Services can access the switch via an RJ45 Ethernet jack on
the circuit pack faceplate.
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Hard disk – The circuit pack has a 20-GB hard disk.
TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector
The TN744 call classifier and tone detector circuit pack has eight ports of tone detection on the
TDM bus. The TN744 circuit pack does not support call progress tone generation or clocking.
The tone detectors are used in vector prompting, outgoing call management (OCM), and call
prompting applications in the United States and Canada and call classifier options for various
countries.The TN744 detects special intercept tones used in network intercept tone detection in
OCM. The TN744 circuit pack also detects tones when a CO answers a call.
The TN744 circuit pack provides tone generation and detection for R2-MFC DID signaling that
is used in non-United States installations. The TN744 circuit pack also allows gain or loss to be
applied to pulse code modulation (PCM) signals that are received from the bus and supports
A-Law and µ-Law companding. The TN744 circuit pack detects 2025-Hz, 2100-Hz, or
2225-Hz modem answerback tones and provides normal broadband and wide broadband dial
tone detection.
The TN744 circuit pack supports digital signal processing of PCM signals on each port to
detect, recognize, and classify tones and other signals. Generation of signaling tones is also
supported for applications such as R2-MFC, Spain MF, and Russia MF. Gain or loss and
conferencing can be applied to PCM signals received from the TDM bus. Additional support
includes DTMF detectors to collect address digits during dialing, and A-Law and µ-Law
companding.
In normal operation, a port on the TN744 circuit pack can serve as an incoming register for
Russia MFR (multi-frequency shuttle register signaling). Use the TN744 with the TN429C
analog line central office trunk for CAMA/E911.
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The Avaya G700 Media Gateway
The Avaya G700 Media
Gateway
The G700 Media Gateway is designed to offer options and provide scalability. It is functional
on its own or with other G700 Media Gateways. The G700 is also functional in combination
with other G700 Media Gateways and Avaya P330 devices such as the P333T, P333R, and P334
A maximum of five G700 Media Gateways can be supported using the S8300 Media Server. A
maximum of 30 G700 Media Gateways can be supported using the S8700 Media Server.
To provide power to IP telephones without additional cables, stack the G700 Media Gateways
with the Avaya P333T-PWR.
The following list describes the basic architecture of the G700 Media Gateway:
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Intel i960 controller that hosts all the base switch control and management software.
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Fits in a EIA-310-D standard 19 inch rack.
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Contains four Media Module slots.
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One Avaya P330 expansion module slot.
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One slot for the Avaya P330 Octaplane stacking fabric.
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Can sit on a desk top.
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Contains an internal Motherboard described in detail later in this section.
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Standard based 10/100 Ethernet Interface connection types. A wall field or breakout
panel is not required.
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Internal power supply that provides low voltage DC power to the fans, Motherboard and
Media Modules.
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Four internal fans that provide cooling for the internal components
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A LED board that indicates system level status.
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A serial port for command line access.
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A VoIP engine that supports up to 64 G.711 single channel calls.
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Eight port layer 2 switch.
The G700 Media Gateway has a physical design that is similar to the Avaya stackable switching
products. The following figure shows the G700 Media Gateway with two Avaya P330 switches.
The G700 is shown at the top of the stack.
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G700 Media Gateway with two Avaya P330 switches
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Avaya Expansion Module
The G700 Media Gateway is architecturally based on the Avaya P330 switch. Therefore,
customers can use any of the Avaya Expansion Modules with the G700 Media Gateway.
Additional Avaya LAN/WAN expansion modules connect directly to the G700 Media Gateway
without requiring additional hardware. Two expansion modules are available from Avaya:
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Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
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Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Modules
The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module
Customers with multiple branch offices need network solutions that are simple flexible and
scalable. The Avaya X330 WAN Access Routing Module allows customers to deploy a unified,
high performance LAN/WAN infrastructure in one data stack.
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Highlights of the Avaya X330 WAN Access Router
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Provides integrated WAN access that can be used with external firewalls or VPN
Gateways
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Works with the following WAN and routing protocols
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Point-to-Point (PPP) over channeled E1/T1
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Frame Relay
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RIP v1/v2
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Single Area OSPF
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VRRP Redundancy
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Throughput: wire speed WAN routing
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Congestion control
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link redundancy
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802.1Q/p VLAN and priority
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Hot-swappable
Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
Highlights of the Avaya P330 LAN Expansion Module
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Maximum flexibility to the data stack
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Standard auto-negotiation
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Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
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LAG redundancy
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Link redundancy
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Congestion control
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802.1Q/p VLAN and priority
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Hot-swappable
! CAUTION:
Avaya Expansion Modules and Octaplane Stacking Modules are not hot-swappable. The
system must be turned off to before you remove or insert an Expansion Module.
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Avaya P330 Stacking Fabric (Octaplane)
The Octaplane is a name for an Avaya hardware capability to bundle stackable components
using a 4 bgps in each direction technology. This technology combines separate units into a
larger logical switch using different lengths of cables that are connected to the expansion slots
in the rear of the units. The cables are wired in a ring configuration, providing redundancy to the
stack. In the event that a single unit should fail, the stack integrity is maintained. You can
remove, or replace, any single unit without disrupting operation or performing stack-level
reconfiguration.
Octaplane Cabling
Length
(metric)
Cable
Description and Function
Length
X330SC Short Octaplane
Cable (30 cm)
Short Octaplane cable - light- colored,
used to connect adjacent switches or
switches separated by one Backup
Universal Power Supply (BUPS) unit.
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inches
30 cm
X330LC Long Octaplane
Cable (2 m)
Long Octaplane cable - light- colored,
used to connect switches from two
different physical stacks
6 feet
2m
X330RC Redundant
Octaplane Cable (2 m)
Redundant cable - black, used to
connect the top and bottom switches of
a stack.
6 feet
2m
X330L-LC Extra Long
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
Extra-Long Octaplane cable light-colored, used to connect switches
from two different physical stacks
24 feet
8m
X330L-RC Long Redundant
Octaplane Cable (8 m)
Long Redundant cable - black, used to
connect the top and bottom switches of
a stack.
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Power Supply
The G700 Media Gateway uses an AC power supply. A power supply located in the G700
Media Gateway converts AC input power to voltages needed by the system.
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The Avaya G700 Media Gateway
Motherboard
The Motherboard resides within the G700 Media Gateway. This board controls the following:
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The VoIP Engine which performs IP/UDP/RTP processing, echo cancellation, G.711
A/mu, G.729 and G723.1 encode/decode, fax relay, silence suppression, jitter buffer
management, and packet loss concealment. The VoIP Engine supports 64 channels. If
more then 64 channels are needed, a VoIP Media Module is required.
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The Gateway Processor complex, which controls all the resources inside the Gateway.
The Gateway Processor functions include the Media Module Manager, Tone Clock and
H.248 signaling to the Gateway Controller.
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An Avaya P330 processor complex is based on the Avaya P330 data switch architecture.
This complex provides an eight-port Layer 2 switch function and manages the Expansion
and Cascade modules.
•
Provides the electrical and physical connectivity for the four Media Module slots.
NOTE:
The Motherboard can not be replaced in the field.
For more information about the VoIP Media Module, see "Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module"
(page 223).
Fans
The G700 Media Gateway contains four 12-volt fans. These fans are monitored and can be
reported by SNMP to a management station.
LEDs
The S8300 Media Server with the G700Media Gateway uses two types of LEDs:
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Media Module
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System-level
Media Module LEDs
Media Module LEDs have the following characteristics:
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Each Media Module has at least three LEDs to indicate module and port status or
maintenance and administration modes.
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The location, spacing, and labeling is fixed for all LEDs on every Media Module.
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The LEDs are mounted on the Media Module printed wiring board, and placed so that
they show through an opening.
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System-Level LEDs
The LED board provides visual indication of system status and data port status, but also allows
the customer to change between status indication modes. In addition, the System Level-LEDs
have the following characteristics:
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An LED board is located in the upper left front of each G700 Media Gateway. The front
of the LED board displays the LEDs in an oblong fascia panel.
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The LED board provides visual indication of system and Ethernet port status and allow
the customer to switch between status indication modes.
You must remove the LED when you install or remove the S8300 Media Server or Standby
S8300 Media Server. The two components must be installed or removed as a unit.
NOTE:
The LED panel is not the same size as standard Media Module slots. You cannot insert a
Media Module into the LED slot, or vice versa.
Gateway Software
Gateway software is responsible for:
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Individual Media Gateway operations
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Terminating H.248 on the G700 Media Gateway
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Interacting with maintenance operations.
Maintenance Software
The Media Server with the G700 Media Gateway has a dual maintenance strategy. Maintenance
software runs on both the G700 Media Gateway platform and the Media Server for the
subsystems on the platform. This platform software performs initialization and motherboard
maintenance, along with internal environmental monitoring.
In contrast, Media Modules are tested and brought into service by the Media Server
maintenance software after the G700 Media Gateway registers with the Media Server. While the
G700 Media Gateway maintenance software is aware of the media modules, the modules and
associated ports are controlled by the Media Server. Error logs are maintained on the Media
Server.
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The Avaya G700 Media Gateway
Connectivity
The following figure shows a G700 Media Gateway connecting through a LAN to a TN799DP
C-LAN circuit board installed in a MCC1 Media Gateway. An SCC1 Media Gateway or a G600
Media Gateway could also be used. The G600 Media Gateway is only supported in the IP
Connect configuration.
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Dedicated LAN connectivity to the IPSI board in the MCC1 Media
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The G700 Media Gateway is connected via the LAN to the CLAN board
located in the MCC1 Media Gateway. The S8300 Media Server in an LSP
configuration is located in the G700 Media Gateway. In the event of a loss
in communication between the S8700 and the G700 the LSP will provide a
backup for the endpoints that register with it.
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DCP Phones: Avaya Multi-Function Digital Phones.
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Analog connectivity such as, analog phones, analog lines and analog trunks.
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Avaya Media Modules
Avaya ™ Media Modules convert the voice path of the traditional circuits such as analog trunk,
T1/E1, and DCP to a TDM bus. The VOIP engine then converts the voice path from the TDM
bus to a compressed or uncompressed and packetized VoIP on an Ethernet connection.
The Avaya Media Modules reside in the G700 Media Gateway and interact with the
motherboard and backplane.
There are five Media Modules:
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module. For information see"Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media
Module" (page 216)
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Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module. For information see "Avaya MM711 Analog
Media Module" (page 219)
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Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module. For information see "Avaya MM712 DCP Media
Module" (page 221)
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Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module. For information see"Avaya MM712 DCP Media
Module" (page 221)
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module. For information see"Avaya MM760 VoIP Media
Module" (page 223)
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The SCC1 Media Gateway
The SCC1 Media Gateway
This section describes the SCC1 Media Gateway. Each SCC1 Media Gateway has vertical slots
that hold circuit packs. A blank faceplate covers each unused slot. See the following figure for
an example of a typical SCC1 Media Gateway.
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A maximum of four SCC1 Media Gateways can be stacked on top of each other. The cabinet
positions are labeled A through D. The position of the basic control cabinet or expansion
control cabinet is always labeled A. Additional port cabinet positions are labeled B, C, and D,
sequentially.
The Duplicated Control Cabinet used for the DEFINITY Servers is labeled B. See the following
figure for an example of a stack of SCC1 Media Gateways.
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The SCC1 Media Gateway
For DEFINITY Severs:
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Each stack of SCC1 Media Gateways requires one basic or expansion control cabinet at
the bottom of the stack.
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The maximum number of SCC1 Media Gateway stacks or port networks:
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Three for the DEFINITY Server SI
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44 for the DEFINITY Server R.
Cabinet clips connect the cabinets together. At the rear of the cabinets, a ground plate connects
between cabinets for ground integrity.
Carrier Circuit Pack Slots
Type
Description
Server
Port
A port slot is colored purple or labeled with a gray rectangle. A port
slot can accept any purple or gray-labeled circuit pack
DEFINITY Server
R, SI, and S8700
Media Server
Control
A control slot is colored white or labeled with a outlined white
rectangle. A port slot can accept any purple or gray-labeled circuit
pack.
DEFINITY Server
R and SI
Service
A service slot is colored purple or labeled with a gray rectangle. A
service slot accepts a special type of circuit pack that does not have
an I/O connector
DEFINITY Server
R, SI and S8700
Media Server
The purple-colored and white-colored circuit packs and slots have been replaced by circuit
packs and slots that are labeled with gray and white rectangles, respectively. A label with a solid
gray rectangle indicates a slot for a port circuit pack. A label with an outlined white rectangle
indicates a slot for a control circuit pack.
Each port slot in a port carrier, an expansion control carrier, and a control carrier attaches to a
25-pair connector on the carrier’s rear panel. A cable attaches to each connector and routes to
the cross-connect field.
Blank faceplates cover empty carrier slots, as follows:
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158J covers the area to the left of slot 1 in port cabinets (4 in/9.2 cm)
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158P (0.75 in/1.9 cm) covers any unused slot.
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158N (0.50 in/1.27 cm) is used with the LAN Gateway in DEFINITY AUDIX Release 3
and CallVisor ASAI installations
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158G (0.25 in/0.63 cm) is used with the TN755 or the TN2202 circuit pack
In the following figure, a balanced ring generator (BRG) is shown below the power unit slot in
certain carriers. This means that the power unit slot can include a 50 Hz BRG when optioned for
France.
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Carriers
Basic Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server SI
The Basic Control Cabinet is in the PN only and is only used by DEFINITY Servers. The Basic
Control Cabinet contains ports, a control complex to perform call processing, and an interface
to an optional duplicated control cabinet. The Basic Control Cabinet also interfaces to the
optional Stratum-3 Clock.
The Basic Control Cabinet has a dedicated white circuit pack slots that contains specific control
circuit packs. Dual-colored slots can contain any port circuit pack or the designated white
circuit packs (such as an expansion interface or power unit). AC or DC power units supply
power to the carrier. See the following figure for an example of the Basic Control Cabinet.
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The following table describes the connectors in the Basic Control Carrier.
Connector
Function
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25-pair connectors that provide interfaces between connect port
circuit packs and the cross-connect field or a fiber transceiver
AUX (auxiliary)
Provides interfaces for customer alarms, attendant console power,
emergency power-transfer panels, and an internal modem that is
used for remote maintenance.
PI (processor
interface)
Provides a BX.25 protocol interface for communication between
the circuit pack and external DCE equipment. This connection is
only used with the standard-reliability option.
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Connector
Function
DCE
Connects the processor to CDR equipment, a system printer, or an
external modem that is used for remote maintenance. This
connector can be used with any reliability option.
TERMINAL
Connects an administration terminal to the processor circuit pack in
standard reliability systems. The terminal connector always
connects to the processor in the carrier of the terminal.
DOT (duplication
option terminal)
Used in high reliability solutions and critical reliability solutions to
connect an administration terminal to the active processor via the
duplication interface slot. The DOT connector can be used to
connect to the processor in another carrier.
Duplicated Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY
Server SI
The Duplicated Control Cabinet is optional and is only used in the PN for the DEFINITY
Servers. The Duplicated Control Cabinet contains ports and a duplicated control complex.
The Duplicated Control Cabinet has dedicated white-colored circuit pack slots for designated
control circuit packs. The port circuit pack slot can contain any port circuit pack.
An AC or DC power supply that is located on the right side of the cabinet supplies power to the
cabinet. The cabinet contains a duplication interface circuit pack in slot DUPN INTFC. See the
following figure for an example of the Duplicated Control Cabinet.
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The following table lists Duplicated Control Cabinet connectors and their function.
Connector
Function
01 to 16 (A01 to A16)
25-pair connectors that provide interfaces between port circuit
packs to the cross-connect field or a fiber transceiver
TERMINAL
Can connect to the processor circuit pack in the Duplicated
Control Cabinet in the event the duplication interface circuit
pack fails in the control carrier.
Expansion Control Cabinet for the DEFINITY
Server SI, DEFINITY Server R, and the S8700
Media Server
The Expansion Control Cabinet contains ports, an interface to a port cabinet, a maintenance
interface, and a tone clock. The tone clock is not needed when using the S8700 Media Server in
an IPSI-controlled port network. The tone-clock is replaced by the IPSI.
The Expansion Control Cabinet is the first in an expansion PN stack of SCC1 Media Gateways.
The Expansion Control Cabinet has an optional port circuit packs in port slots 2 to 17. The AC
or DC power supply, that is located at the right side of the cabinet, supplies the power.
Expansion Control Cabinet
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The following table describes the connectors of the Expansion Control Cabinet.
Connector
Function
1 (A1)
Provides a fiber-optic cable interface to an expansion interface (EI)
circuit pack in slot 11 or a copper cable interface for a DS1
Converter.
2 to 17 (A2 to A17)
25-pair connectors that provide interface between the port circuit
packs and the cross-connect field or a fiber transceiver.
AUX (auxiliary)
Provides interfaces for customer alarms, attendant console power,
and emergency power transfer panels.
TERM (terminal)
Connects an administration terminal to the maintenance circuit
pack and used for the DEFINITY Server SI and DEFINITY Server
R. This is not used for the S8700 Media Server.
1.
In systems that use ATM-PNC, the fiber connectors for the OC-3/STM-1 interfaces to the ATM switches are
located on the faceplates of the TN2305 circuit pack or the TN2306 circuit pack.
Port Cabinet for the DEFINITY Server SI,
DEFINITY Server R, and the S8700 Media Server
The Port Cabinet is located in the PN and in expansion PNs. The Port Cabinet contains ports
and an interface to an Expansion Control Cabinet. The Port Cabinet has optional port circuit
packs in port slots 1 to 18. In a critical-reliability system, these can include a tone clock circuit
pack in slot 1 and an expansion interface circuit packs in slots 2 and 3. A neon power unit can
be installed in slots 17 and 18.
The AC or DC power supply, located at the right side of the cabinet, supplies power to the
cabinet. See the following figure for an example of a Port Cabinet.
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The following table describes the connectors to the Port Cabinet.
Connector
Function
2 to 3
EI port that provides an interface for the fiber optic cable between an
EI circuit pack in slot 21 or 3 in another PN or ATM system, or to an SNI.
(B2 to B3)
1 to 18
(B1 to B18)
1.
25-pair connectors that provide interfaces between the port circuit
packs and the cross-connect field or a fiber transceiver.
In systems that use ATM-PNC, the fiber connectors for the OC-3/STM-1 interfaces to the ATM switches are
located on the faceplates of the TN2305 circuit pack and the TN2306 circuit pack.
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The MCC1 Media Gateway
A MCC1 Media Gateway can be used as a Port Network (PN) cabinet. Doors on the front and
rear of the MCC1 Media Gateway protect the internal equipment and allow easy access to the
circuit packs. Each MCC1 Media Gateway contains casters. Leveling feet keep the cabinet from
rolling. Each corner of a MCC1 Media Gateway can bolt to the floor, if required.
Typical MCC1 Media Gateway Layout
1
2
3
4
5
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Number
Description
1
Carrier in position C
2
Carrier in position B
3
Carrier in position A
4
Fan Unit
5
Carrier in position D
6
Carrier in position E
7
Power distribution unit
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Auxiliary Cabinet
The Auxiliary Cabinet contains the hardware to install optional equipment. The cabinet allows
carrier, rack (width: 23 in.; 58.4 cm), and panel types of mounting. An Auxiliary Cabinet
contains the following:
•
A fuse panel (J58889AB) that distributes –48 VDC to fused cabinet circuits
•
An AC power receptacle strip provides switched and non switched 120 VAC receptacles
•
A DC connector block is required when the cabinet is powered by an external DC source
or an AC to DC power supply that converts AC-power provided by the AC power strip
switched-outlet to the required DC-power
Port Network Cabinet for the DEFINITY
Server R or DEFINITY Server SI
A port network cabinet contains the following components
For the DEFINITY Server SI:
•
One to four port carriers (J58890BB)
•
One control carrier (J58890AH)
•
One duplicated control carrier (J58890AJ) in solutions in a high or critical reliability
configuration
For the DEFINITY Server R:
•
One to four port carriers (J58890BB)
•
One processor carrier (J58890AP) in a high reliability solution. Two processor carriers in
a critical reliability solution.
•
Minimum of one Switch Node (SN) carrier (J58890SA) in a standard and high reliability
solution with a Center Stage Switch (CSS). Minimum of 2 SN carriers in critical
reliability solution.
Port Network Cabinet for the Avaya S8700 Media
Server
•
One to four port carriers (J58890BB)
•
In solutions with Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), an ATM interface card
•
Minimum of one Switch Node (SN) carrier (J58890SA) in a standard and high reliability
solution with a Center Stage Switch (CSS). Minimum of 2 SN carriers in critical
reliability solution
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Port carrier in position C
2
Port, control, or processor carrier in position B
3
Control, processor, or expansion control carrier in position A
4
Fan units
5
Port or Switch Node Carrier in position D
6
Port or Switch Node Carrier in position E
7
Power distribution unit
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Expansion Port Network Cabinet for the
DEFINITY Server R or DEFINITY Server
SI
An Expansion Port Network (EPN) cabinet contains the following carriers:
•
One to four Port carriers (J58890BB)
•
One expansion control carrier (J58890AF)
•
Zero, one or two SN carriers (J58890SA) in CSS-connected R model as required
MCC1 EPN Cabinet
1
Port carrier
Expansion
control carrier
Port or switch
node carrier
Power
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Port carrier
Port or switch
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In a minimal dual EPN cabinet configuration, the A, B, and C carrier positions are intended for
the first port network in the cabinet. The D and E carrier positions are intended for the second
port network in the cabinet. When a cabinet has two PNs, carrier position E must be used and
populated first. Carrier position D added and populated second.
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Carriers
The following table lists the types of carriers that can be installed in the MCC1 Media Gateway
with the DEFINITY Server R, the DEFINITY Server SI or the S8700 Media Server. Each
carrier will be described in greater detail later in this section.
Description
Cabinet
Server
Control Carrier: Contains the processor circuit
packs to perform call processing and maintenance
PN
DEFINITY Server SI
Processor Carrier: Contains the processing circuit
packs to perform call processing, maintenance, and
administration. These carriers do not contain port
circuit packs. Two J58890AP carriers are in the PN
for high reliability systems and critical reliability,
duplicate processor, systems.
PN
DEFINITY Server SI
and DEFINITY Server
R
Port Carrier (optional): Contains the port, service,
tone clock, and EI circuit packs.
PN or
EPN
DEFINITY Server SI
and DEFINITY Server
R
Expansion Control Carrier: Contains extra port
circuit packs, tone clock, maintenance interface, and
EI circuit packs.
EPN
DEFINITY Server R,
DEFINITY Server SI,
and S8700 Media
Server
Switch Node Carrier: Contains the SNI circuit packs
that make up the CSS.
EPN or
PPN
DEFINITY Server R
and S8700 Media
Server
Duplicated Control Carrier (optional): Contains the
duplicate processor circuit packs to perform call
processing, maintenance, and administration
identical to that of the Control Carrier. This carrier
can also contain port circuit packs.
PN
DEFINITY Server SI
Control Carrier for the DEFINITY Server SI
The control carrier is used for the DEFINITY Server SI. The control carrier is not used for the
S8700 Media Server.
See the following figure for an example of a control carrier.
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The control carrier (J58890AH) has dedicated white-colored circuit pack slots that always
contain specific control circuit packs. Dual-color slots can contain any port circuit pack or the
designated white circuit pack, such as an EI or power unit. AC or DC power units supply power
to the carrier.
The following table describes the connectors in the control carrier.
Connector
Function
1 to 9 (A1 to A9)
25-pair connectors provide interfaces between port circuit packs and
the cross-connect field or fiber transceiver.
AUX (Auxiliary)
Provide an interface for alarms, attendant console power, emergency
power transfer panels, and an internal modem that is used for remote
maintenance.
Processor interface
for standard
reliability solutions
Connects directly to the PI circuit pack. Provides a BX.25 protocol
interface for communication between the circuit pack and external
DCE equipment.
Duplication option
terminal
Used in high reliability systems and critical reliability systems to
connect an administration terminal to the active processor from the
duplication interface slot position.
Terminal
Connects a management terminal to the processor in standard
reliability systems. In critical reliability systems, connects a terminal
to the processor in the control carrier.
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Connector
Function
P1
Provides a position indicator of the carrier, power to fans, and access
to alarm and control circuits
P2
Provides control signals to the carrier
Data
communications
equipment
Connects the processor to CDR equipment, a system printer, or an
external modem that is used for remote maintenance. This connector
can be used with any reliability option.
Duplicated Control Carrier for the DEFINITY
Server SI
The Duplicated Control Carrier (J58890AJ) contains the following colored slots:
•
Dedicated white-colored circuit pack slots that always contain specific control circuit
packs.
•
Gray and purple slots can be populated with port circuit packs.
•
Dual-colored slots of white, gray or purple can be populated with port circuit packs or
designated white circuit packs, such as an expansion interface or power unit.
AC or DC power units that are located at each end of the Duplicated Control Carrier supply
power to the carrier.
The following table describes the connectors in the Duplicated Control Carrier.
Connector
Function
1 to 9 (B1 to B9)
25-pair connectors provide interfaces between port circuit packs and
the cross-connect field or fiber transceiver.
Terminal
Connects a management terminal to the processor in the Duplicated
Control Carrier
P1
Provides a position indicator of the carrier, and access to alarm and
control circuits
Processor Carrier for the DEFINITY Server R and
DEFINITY Server SI
The processor carrier contains only dedicated slots for control circuit packs. The processor
carrier does not contain port circuit pack slots. See the following figure for an example.
AC or DC power units that are located at each end of the Processor Carrier supply the power to
the carrier. The Processor Carrier always contains four memory circuit packs and one packet
interface circuit pack.
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The following table describes the connectors in the processor carrier.
Connector
Function
Clock (Stratum-3)
The stratum-3 clock provides an interface for digital frame timing.
This is not a time-of-day clock.
AUX (Auxiliary)
The AUX carrier provides an interface for customer alarms, attendant
console power, emergency power-transfer panels, and an internal
modem interface for remote maintenance.
Terminal active
Connects a management terminal to the system access and
maintenance (SYSAM) circuit pack in the active Processor Carrier.
Terminal standby
Used only in Duplicated Processors to connect a management
terminal to the standby processor carrier.
P1
Provides a position indicator of the carrier and access to alarm and
control circuits
P2
Provides control signals to the carrier
Expansion Control Carrier for all server models
The Expansion Control Carrier contains an EI or ATM Interface circuit pack in port slots 1 and
2. The expansion control carrier is used in a fiber optic cabling path to another cabinet or the
CSS in the same cabinet. The slots in the expansion control carrier may contain optional port
circuit packs.
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The Expansion Control Carrier also contains port slots 3 to 19 and the AC or DC power units.
The maintenance circuit packs and tone clock circuit packs are also shown. An optional neon
power unit can be in slots 18 and 19.
ALARMS
MAJ
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blanks
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631DA1
631DB1
or
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ACK
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The following table describes the connectors of the expansion control carrier.
Connector
Function
1 and 2
Provides a fiber optic cable interface to an expansion interface (EI)
circuit pack in slot 11 or a copper cable interface for a DS1 converter
A1 and A2
1 to 19
A1 to A19
25-pair connectors provide interfaces between port circuit packs and
the cross-connect field or fiber transceiver
Auxiliary (AUX)
Provides interfaces for customer alarms, attendant console power, and
emergency power transfer panels
TERMINAL
Connects a management terminal to the maintenance circuit pack in
an expansion control carrier
P1
Provides a position indicator of the carrier and access to alarm and
control circuits
P2
Connects ringing voltage from the ring generator to the carrier and
produces control signals
1.
In systems that use ATM-PNC, the fiber connectors for the OC-3/STM-1 interfaces to the ATM switches are
located on the faceplates of the TN2305 or the TN2306 circuit packs.
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Port Carrier for the DEFINITY Server SI
DEFINITY Server R and S8700 Media Server
A port carrier contains the following slots:
•
Port slot locations 1 to 20 for the port circuit packs. Slot 1 might contain a tone clock
circuit pack when the port carrier is in the B position of an EPN cabinet in a critical
reliability system. Slot 2 contains an optional EI or ATM Interface circuit pack for a
critical reliability system.
•
A power unit service slot in which a power unit circuit pack or service circuit pack can be
installed.
•
AC or DC power units that are located at each end of the carrier.
Port Carrier (Front)
Z100A1
blanks
or
631DA1
631DB1
or
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The following table describes the connectors in the processor carrier.
Connector
Function
1 to 20
25-pair connectors that provide interfaces between port circuit packs
and the cross-connect field or fiber transceiver
P1
Provides a position indicator of the carrier and access to alarm and
control circuits
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Switch Node Carrier for the DEFINITY Server R
and the S8700 Media Server
The Switch Node Carrier (SNC) (J58890SA) can contain:
•
one or two switch node clocks
•
Up to 16 Switch Node Interface (SNI) circuit packs
•
One or two DS1 converter circuit packs
•
One EI circuit pack
•
Two AC or DC power units.
The AC or DC power units are located at each end of the SNC. The SNC can be used when
connecting from one to 44 PNs. The SNC must be used when connecting three or more EPNs.
Switch Node Carrier (Front)
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SWITCH
NODE
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13
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15
16
17
18
19
Service
Service
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The following table describes the connectors in the Switch Node Carrier.
Connector
Function
1 (E1)
EI connector for the cable between the EI circuit pack in slot 1 and
the Switch Node Interface (SNI) circuit pack in slot 2 for a duplicated
PN only. Also used for a DS1 Converter circuit pack in slot 1.
2 to 9 and 13 to 20
(E2 to E19 and E13
to E20)
SN ports that are fiber optic cabling interfaces to the SNI circuit
packs and other circuit packs that are connected to SN ports or circuit
packs in expansion PNs.
21 (E21)
Interface to connect the DS1 Converter circuit pack to the
cross-connect field and an SNI circuit pack.
P1
Provides the position indicator of the SN carrier and provides access
to alarm circuits and control circuits.
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Carrier Circuit Pack Slots
Type
Description
Server
Port
A port slot is colored purple or labeled with a gray rectangle.
A port slot can accept any purple or gray-labeled circuit pack
DEFINITY
Server R, SI,
and S8700
Media Server
Control
A control slot is colored white or labeled with a outlined
white rectangle. A port slot can accept any purple or
gray-labeled circuit pack.
DEFINITY
Server R and SI
Service
A service slot is colored purple or labeled with a gray
rectangle. A service slot accepts a special type of circuit pack
that does not have an I/O connector
DEFINITY
Server R, SI and
S8700 Media
Server
The purple-colored and white-colored circuit packs and slots have been replaced by circuit
packs and slots that are labeled with gray and white rectangles, respectively. A label with a solid
gray rectangle indicates a slot for a port circuit pack. A label with an outlined white rectangle
indicates a slot for a control circuit pack.Each port slot attaches to a 50-pin (25-pair) connector
on the real panel of the carrier. A cable attaches to each connector and is routed to the
cross-connect field. Each slot that contains a fiber optic interface circuit pack (EI or SNI) uses a
fiber optic transceiver on the rear panel of the carrier.
A current limiter board (CFY1B) plugs into the backplane of the carrier located in the A
position. The board supplies the following:
•
Emergency transfer logic
•
Current-limited power
•
5 VDC to trip the main circuit breaker in an over-temperature condition
•
The ringing transfer relay.
Terminators on the backplane terminate each end of the processor expansion bus.
The following apparatus blank faceplates (with widths) cover unused circuit pack slots in the
carriers to maintain proper air flow:
•
Z100A1, 0.75 inches (1.9 cm)
•
Z100C, 0.5 inches (1.27 cm)
•
Z100D, 0.25 inches (0.64 cm)
NOTE:
In the following figures, a balanced ring generator (BRG) is shown below the power unit
slot in certain carriers. This means that the power unit slot can include a 50 Hz BRG when
optioned for France.
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Equipment Numbers and Description
Circuit Packs and Power
Supplies
1217A AC Power Supply
The 1217A power supply is used only with the SCC1 Media Gateway. The 1217A power supply
provides additional protection to your equipment in the event of an overload. Overloads trigger
a power-supply alarm, but the system cooling fans continue to run, and the power supply
continues to function. The 1217A power supply replaces the WP-51193 L3 and L4-25. The
1217A power supply is fully backward compatible.
The 1217A power supply is a power factor-corrected, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, auto-ranging (90 to
264-VAC) input, multi-output power supply providing regulated DC output and
switch-selectable 20-Hz to 25-Hz AC Ringer output voltages. The 1217 power supply meets the
harmonic distortion requirements of IEC1000-3-2 (PFC), the immunity requirements of IEC
1000-4, and the safety requirements of IEC 950, as well as current UL requirements and CSA
requirements.
The 1217A power supply mounts in the power supply slot of the carrier. A power cord with a
3-prong plug on one end connects the supply to a dedicated AC power source.
631DA1 AC Power Unit
The 631DA1 power unit accepts 120 VAC 60 Hz and produces the +5 VDC at 60 A that is
available on the carrier backplanes for the MCC1 Media Gateway.
If the AC input power fails, the unit converts 144 VDC from the optional batteries in the AC
power distribution unit to +5 VDC. A circuit in the battery charger detects the highest
equivalent AC or DC input voltage and switches in the correct input voltage.
631DB1 AC Power Unit
The 631D B1 power unit accepts 120 VAC 60 Hz and produces –48 VDC at 8 A and –5 VDC at
6 A available on the carrier backplanes for the MCC1 Media Gateway. The –48 VDC also
supplies power to the cabinet fans.
If the AC input power fails, the 631DB1 unit converts 144 VDC from the optional batteries in
the AC power distribution unit to –48 VDC and –5 VDC. A circuit in the optional battery
charger detects the highest equivalent AC or DC input voltage and changes to the correct input
voltage.
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Circuit Packs and Power Supplies
649A DC Power Unit
The 649A power converter converts a –48 VDC input into outputs of –48 VDC at 10 A, +5
VDC, and –5 VDC at 6 A for the MCC1 Media Gateway. The outputs are distributed to circuit
pack slots in the carriers. Only one 649A converter is required per carrier except for SN carriers.
SN carriers require two converters, one on each end. The use of the 649A power unit also
allows an increase in the number of telephones supported by each carrier.
650A AC Power Unit
The 650 A power unit is a global power-factor-corrected AC and DC converter providing
multiple DC outputs and AC ring outputs. The 650A power unit is autoranging and accepts
85-264 VAC, 47-63 Hz AC input, and provides 330 Watts total output. The 640A power unit
provides multiple DC outputs as follows:
•
+5.1 VDC, 28 A
•
-5.1 VDC, 1.0 A
•
-48 VDC, 4.5 A
•
+8 VDC to +14 VDC, 1.6 A (fan speed control)
•
-150 VDC to -115 VDC, 200 mA (neon bus)
The 650A power unit has three switch-selectable ring outputs:
•
85 VAC RMS, 80 mA, 20 Hz, centered about -48 VDC, 180 mA
•
72 VAC RMS, 8 to 80 mA, 25 Hz, centered about -48 VDC, 180 mA
•
Two 28 VAC RMS (56 V eff), 220 mA, 50 Hz biased about -48 VDC and 0 VDC, 70 mA
balanced
The fan speed on the 650A is controlled by the +8 VDC to +14 VDC (+12 VDC nominal). The
output voltage is a function of the ambient inlet air temperature at the bottom of the power
supply. The fan output voltage is +14 VDC if the FANALM signal is active.
676C DC Power Supply
A –48 VDC source supplies power to the DC power supply at up to 25 A. The 676C power
supply for the SCC1 Media Gateway, produces DC outputs of: +5 VDC, –5 VDC, –48 VDC,
and +12 VDC. The DC outputs are distributed on the cabinet backplane to the slots for the
circuit packs. The output value and frequency of the AC ringing voltage depend on the country
of use. The power supply has circuit breakers and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) filtering.
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982LS Current Limiter
The 982LS current limiter connects to the rear of the processor circuit pack slot only in the
processor port network (PPN) in the DEFINITY SI system. The 982LS provides current-limited
accessory 48-VDC, emergency transfer logic, current-limited 5-VDC to trip main circuit
breaker if high temperature is detected, and duplicated 48-VDC to fans in the PPN cabinet.
CFY1B Current Limiter
The CFY1B current limiter is used only in the DEFINITY R system only.
The CFY1B circuit pack supports the PPNs, the MCC1 Media Gateway EPNs, and the SCC1
Media Gateway EPNs. The CFY1B current limiter connects to the rear of the maintenance
circuit pack slot and provides current-limited accessory 48-VDC, emergency transfer logic,
current-limited 5-VDC to trip the main circuit breaker if high temperature is detected, and
duplicated 48-VDC to fans in the EPN cabinet.
ED-1E568 DEFINITY AUDIX R4
For information on ED-1E568 DEFINITY AUDIX R4 see "TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0
Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)" on page 179.
J58890MA-1 Multi Application Platform
DEFINITY (MAPD)
The J58890MA-1 is a variation of the MAPD platform that transports ASAI links between a
DEFINITY LAN gateway system and an Ethernet LAN. The J58890MA-1 circuit-pack
assembly uses the TN801B MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface) which is a circuit pack that is
built from industry-standard PC processors, interfaces, buses, and ISA/PCI expansion boards.
The J58890MA-1 takes up three adjacent slots in the carrier. In a CMC1 Media Gateway the
J58890MA uses only two slots if place in slot six or seven.
The following describes the capabilities of the different lists for the J58890MA.
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J58890MA-2 supports CallVisor ASAI and LAN Gateway
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J58890MA-10 supports IP trunking
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J58890MA-20 supports CallVisor ASAI, Avaya Computer Telephony, and Basic Call
Management System Reporting Desktop
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J58890MA-30 supports IP solutions
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NAA1 Fiber Optic Cable Adaptor
The NAA1 adapter reroutes fiber-optic cable from the front of an ATM circuit pack to the rear
of a CMC1 Media Gateway. While the NAA1 fiber optic cable adaptor looks like a circuit pack,
it is electrically and optically passive.
TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification
(ICLID)
The TN429 incoming call line identification (ICLID) circuit pack provides eight ports for direct
inward/outward dialing (DIOD) trunks. Each port provides a 2-wire interface to the central
office (CO) public exchange for incoming calls and outgoing calls. The CO provides caller
names and numbers to the circuit pack, which displays them on digital telephones (DCP and
BRI) equipped with a 32- or 40-character alphanumeric display. In the United States the ICLID
supports name and number. In Japan, and other countries that comply with requirements the
ICLID displays the number only.
This ICLID is required for the Japan ANI feature where the calling number passes through to
the switch. An in-band detector/converter may be required. Contact your Avaya representative
more information.
The ICLID provides the required CO disconnect functions as well as the interface to
CAMA/E911.
TN433 Speech Synthesizer
The TN433 speech synthesizer for Italian provides four ports that retrieve fixed messages for
leave word calling, automatic wake up, and attendant console features for the visually impaired.
These fixed messages include: good morning, time-of-day, and extension number. Each of the
ports has touch-tone detection. The TN433 speech synthesizer has administrable µ-Law and
A-Law companding capabilities.
TN436B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8
ports)
The TN436B Direct Inward Dialing (DID) trunk for Australia provides eight ports for DID.
These ports are independently connected to a public network. Each port is an interface between
a 2-wire analog line from a CO and the 4-wire TDM network in the system. The TN436B DID
for Australia has administrable timers.
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TN438B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
The TN438B CO trunk for Australia provides eight ports for loop-start CO trunks. Each of the
eight ports has tip and ring signal lead. The TN438B can detect 12 kHz and 50 Hz periodic
metering pulses from the CO. Additional features include call still held timing and automatic
guard fault detection circuitry.
TN439 Tie Trunk (4 ports)
The TN439 Tie Trunk circuit pack for Australia and Japan provides four ports for 2-wire tie
trunks with loop disconnect signaling. The TN439 Tie Trunk has administrable A-Law and
µ-Law companding and administrable timers.
TN457 Speech Synthesizer
The TN457 speech synthesizer or British English provides four ports that retrieve fixed
messages for leave word calling, automatic wake up, and attendant console features for the
visually impaired, that are spoken with a UK accent. Examples of messages are: good morning,
time-of-day, and extension number. Each of the ports has touch-tone detection. The TN457
speech synthesizer has administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding capabilities.
TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8
ports)
The TN459B DID circuit pack for The United Kingdom provides eight ports for
immediate-start or wink-start DID trunks. Each port has tip and ring signal leads. Each port is
an interface between a 2-wire analog line from a CO and the 4-wire TDM network in the
system. The TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk has administrable timers and a backward
busy circuit that complies with signaling requirements.
TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel)
or E1 (32-Channel)
The TN464GP circuit pack provides:
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Board-level, administrable A-Law or µ-Law companding
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CRC-4 generation and checking (E1 only)
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Stratum 3 clock capability
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ISDN-PRI T1 or E1 connectivity
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Line-out (LO) and line-in (LI) signal leads (unpolarized, balanced pairs)
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Support for CO, TIE, DID, and off-premises station (OPS) port types that use robbed-bit
signaling protocol, proprietary bit-oriented signaling (BOS) 24th channel signaling
protocol, or DMI-BOS 24th channel signaling protocol
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Support for Russian incoming ANI
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Support for universal, digital, signal level-1equipment in wideband ISDN-PRI
applications
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Test-jack access to the DS1 or E1 line and support of the 120A Integrated Channel
Service Unit (CSU) module
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Support for the enhanced maintenance capabilities of the integrated channel service unit
(ICSU). These circuit packs can communicate with CONVERSANT®. See "TN2185B
ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" on page 199.
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Downloadable firmware
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Support for echo cancellation. To enable the echo cancellation capability, the customer
must purchase an Echo Cancellation Software Right-to-Use feature in addition to the
hardware.
The echo cancellation capability of the TN464GP is selectable per channel. The
TN464GP DS1 interface automatically turns off echo cancellation when it detects a
2100-Hz phase-reversed tone generated by high-speed modems (56 Kbaud), but not
when it detects a 2100-Hz straight tone generated by low-speed modems (9.6 Kbaud).
Echo cancellation improves a low-speed data call.
The TN464GP DS1 interface is intended for customers who are likely to encounter echo
over circuits that are connected to the public network. The occurrence of echo is higher if
the switch is configured for ATM, IP, or other complex services and interfaces to local
service providers who do not routinely install echo cancellation equipment in all their
circuits. A common source of echo is “hybrid” circuits, where conversions between
2-wire analog and 4-wire digital circuits take place. The TN464GP DS1 interface cancels
echo with delays of up to 96 ms.
TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
The TN465C CO trunk circuit pack supports multiple countries.
The TN465C circuit pack contains eight analog CO trunk ports, loop-start trunk signaling,
12-kHz and 16-kHz periodic pulse metering (PPM) detection and counting, administrable
timers, battery reversed signaling, and multi-country selectable signaling. For more information
on the TN465C contact your Avaya representative.
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TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)
The TN479 analog line circuit pack has 16 ports and supports three ringer loads and three
simultaneous ringing ports. Only one telephone can have an LED message-waiting indicator
(neon message-waiting indicators are not supported). The TN479 supports µ-Law companding.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring sizes and wiring ranges that are supported by
the TN479 circuit pack.
Telephone
Wire Size (metric area/diameter)
Maximum Range
(feet)
500-Type
24 AWG (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,000 (914 m)
2500-Type
24 AWG (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,000 (914 m)
7100-Series
24 AWG (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,000 (914 m)
7101A-Series
not supported
not supported
7103A-Series
not supported
not supported
8100-Series
24 AWG (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
2,500 (762 m)
9100-Series
24 AWG (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
2,500 (762 m)
TN497 Tie Trunk (4 ports)
The TN497 tie trunk circuit pack for Italy has four ports for 2-wire tie trunks with loop
disconnect signaling. Each port can be administered for A-Law and µ-Law companding, timers,
Translatore Giunzione Unscente (TGU) (outgoing tie), Translatore Giunzione Entrante (TGE)
(incoming tie), and Translatore Giunzione Interno (TGI) (internal tie).
TN553 Packet Data Line
The TN553 packet data line circuit pack has 12 ports that can connect through a cross-connect
field to a TN726B circuit pack and provides software-administrable connections between the
Switch Processing Element (SPE) and system access ports. Inside the system, the TN553
connects to the packet bus and converts mode-2 protocol to mode-3 protocol which connects the
TN726B circuit pack to the TDM bus for asynchronous EIA connections to adjuncts.
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TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT
Interface (12 ports)
The TN556D ISDN-BRI circuit pack has 12 ports that connect to ISDN-BRI terminals. Each
port on a TN556 ISDN-BRI circuit pack has TXT, TXR, PXT, and PXR signal leads. Up to
eight ports can be used for Adjunct Switch Application Interface (ASAI) links. Each port
operates at 192 kbps per second and has 2 B-channels and 1 D-channel.
The TN556D ISDN-BRI circuit pack has a maximum range of up to 1900 feet (579 m) from the
system to the telephone when connected with 24 AWG (0.20 mm2/0.51 mm) wire, and uses
standard ANSI T1.605 protocol. The TN556 also has multipoint support. Up to 24 terminals can
be connected, where each terminal uses 1 B-channel and shares the D-channel. In multi-support
applications, two telephones, or one telephone and 1 data terminal, or two data terminals can
connect to each port.
The TN556D ISDN-BRI circuit pack supports A-Law or µ-Law companding. The TN556
ISDN-BRI circuit pack also functions as a trunk when connecting to a TE interface, for example
a TN2185B in another switch. It can be used for lines and trunks simultaneously. The TN556D
ISDN-BRI circuit pack provides end-to-end outpulse signaling when the circuit pack is in
tie-trunk mode with a TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports).
TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail
System (part of ED-1E568)
The TN568 circuit pack is a component of the ED-1E568 that supports an DEFINITY AUDIX
voice mail system using an embedded 386EX processor. The DEFINITY AUDIX systems can
be interconnected to create large voice-mail networks that support up to 100,000 subscribers
and store up to 100 hours of messages. Each circuit pack has eight ports available for calls when
networking is enabled. Without networking, 12 ports are available.
The TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX voice mail system takes up two adjacent slots.
The TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX circuit pack includes a writable magneto-optical disk drive for
backing up and upgrading system software and a hard disk for storing messages. The TN568
DEFINITY AUDIX circuit pack also includes an RS-232 connection for a maintenance and
administration terminal, an Ethernet port (for the Message Manager PC desktop application), an
Amphenol connection to the switch, and an RS-232 port for an external modem that is used for
maintenance.
TN570D Expansion Interface
The TN570 Expansion Interface (EI) is an interface between the TDM bus and packet bus, and
fiber optic links that interconnect the cabinets. The TN570D circuit pack is used in a Port
Network (PN) between a PN and another PN in a direct-connect system, and between a PN and
an SNI in a switch node carrier in a CSS-connected system.
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The TN570 circuit pack provides control channel applications and time-slot interchanging
between the PPN and EPNs. It is used when ISDN-BRI and/or ASAI is connected in an EPN.
The TN570 circuit pack carries circuit-switched data, packet-switched data, network control,
timing control, and DS1 control. The TN570 circuit pack also communicates with the TN775B
maintenance circuit pack in an EPN to send the EPN environmental and alarm status to the SPE.
The TN570 circuit pack is replaced by the TN2305 circuit pack or TN2306 circuit pack when an
ATM switch replaces the CSS.
The TN570 circuit pack is used in an EPN that is supported by a Survivable Remote Processor
(SRP).
TN572 Switch-Node Clock
The TN572 switch-node clock circuit pack is used in DEFINITY R only.
The TN572 circuit pack distributes the timing signals that synchronize the SN carrier. The
TN572 circuit pack also receives maintenance data.
TN573B Switch-Node Interface for
DEFINITY R
The TN573B Switch Node Interface (SNI) routes circuit, packet, and control messages. The
TN573B circuit pack is an interface installed in a SN carrier in a CSS. The TN573B circuit pack
terminates a fiber optic link from:
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A SNI in an SN carrier to an SNI in another SN carrier
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An EI in a PPN, and an EI in an EPN.
One TN573B is used per PN and supports the TN574 DS1 converter circuit pack.
The TN573B circuit pack vintage B and higher provides an interface to the single-mode fiber
optic transceiver and supports the TN1654 circuit pack and TN574 DS1 converter circuit pack.
TN577 Packet Gateway
The TN577 packet gateway (PGATE) circuit pack is used in DEFINITY R only.
The TN577 circuit pack provides four RS-423 physical ports for X.25 protocol interfaces
between the system and adjuncts. The PGATE functions as the data communications interface
unit providing protocol conversion between the X.25 protocol and the mode 3 protocol carried
across the LAN Bus.
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The X.25 protocol (Levels 1 and 2) is terminated and the data is reformatted into the ISDN
packet mode protocol for transport across the LAN bus. Supported adjuncts include AUDIX,
CMS, and Message Server Adjunct (MSA).
The TN577 also supports Distributed Communications System (DCS) by providing X.25
signaling through:
•
One of the RS-423 physical ports
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Through the system using the TDM Bus to the appropriate DS1 or tie trunk circuit pack.
TN725B Speech Synthesizer
The TN725B speech synthesizer supports English and is used in the United States.
The TN725B speech synthesizer circuit pack has four ports that send voice message
information to telephones to activate leave word calling, automatic wake up, voice message
retrieval, and Do Not Disturb features. The ports can detect tones.
TN726B Data Line (8 ports)
The TN726B data line circuit pack has eight serial asynchronous EIA ports with modem
interfaces that are connected through asynchronous data units (ADUs) to EIA ports (such as
RS-232) on DTE. The TN726B circuit pack uses Mode 2 or Mode 3 data transfer protocol. The
DTE can be adjuncts and peripheral equipment such as data terminals, printers, host computers,
personal computers (PCs), graphics and facsimile systems, and call detail acquisition and
processing systems (CDAPSs).
With software-administered system access ports, a TN726B circuit pack connects through a
cross-connect field to a TN553 packet data line circuit pack. The TN553 circuit pack then
converts mode 2 protocol to mode 3 protocol that transfers the TN726B circuit pack from the
packet bus to the TDM bus for EIA connections.
Each port on a TN726B circuit pack has TXT (terminal, transmit, and tip), TXR (terminal,
transmit, and ring), PXT (port, transmit, and tip), and PXR (port, transmit, and ring) signal
leads.
TN735 MET Line (4 ports)
The TN735 MET line circuit pack has four ports that connect to multi-button electronic
telephone (MET) sets. Each port has tip and ring (analog voice) and digital signals to control
terminals such as BT, BR, LT and LR.
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TN744E Call Classifier and Tone
Detector (8 ports)
The TN744 call classifier and tone detector circuit pack has eight ports of tone detection on the
TDM bus. The TN744 circuit pack does not support call progress tone generation or clocking.
The tone detectors are used in vector prompting, outgoing call management (OCM), and call
prompting applications in the United States and Canada and call classifier options for various
countries.The TN744 detects special intercept tones used in network intercept tone detection in
OCM. The TN744 circuit pack also detects tones when a CO answers a call.
The TN744 circuit pack provides tone generation and detection for R2-MFC DID signaling that
is used in non-United States installations. The TN744 circuit pack also allows gain or loss to be
applied to pulse code modulation (PCM) signals that are received from the bus and supports
A-Law and µ-Law companding. The TN744 circuit pack detects 2025-Hz, 2100-Hz, or
2225-Hz modem answerback tones and provides normal broadband and wide broadband dial
tone detection.
The TN744 circuit pack supports digital signal processing of PCM signals on each port to
detect, recognize, and classify tones and other signals. Generation of signaling tones is also
supported for applications such as R2-MFC, Spain MF, and Russia MF. Gain or loss and
conferencing can be applied to PCM signals received from the TDM bus. Additional support
includes DTMF detectors to collect address digits during dialing, and A-Law and µ-Law
companding.
In normal operation, a port on the TN744 circuit pack can serve as an incoming register for
Russia MFR (multi-frequency shuttle register signaling). Use the TN744 with the TN429C
analog line central office trunk for CAMA/E911.
TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)
The TN746B analog line circuit pack has 16 ports. Each port supports one telephone. Auxiliary
equipment such as fax machines, answering machines, modems, and amplifier handsets is
supported.
The TN746B circuit pack supports on-premises building wiring with either touch tone dialing
or rotary dialing and with or without the LED and neon message waiting indicators. The
TN746B circuit pack supports off-premises wiring (out-of-building only with certified
protection equipment) with either DTMF dialing or rotary dialing. LED or neon message
waiting indicators are not supported off-premises. The TN746B circuit pack provides -48 V DC
current in the off-hook state. Ringing voltage is -90 V DC.
The TN746B, along with a TN755B neon power unit per carrier or per single-carrier cabinet,
supports on-premises telephones that are equipped with neon message waiting indicators. The
TN746B circuit pack supports three ringer loads, only one telephone can have an LED or neon
message waiting indicator.
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TN746B supports A-Law and µ-Law companding and administrable timers. The TN746B
supports:
•
Queue warning-level lights associated with the DDC features and the UCD features
•
Recorded announcements associated with the Intercept Treatment feature
•
PagePac paging system for the Loudspeaker Paging feature.
Additional support is provided for external alerting devices associated with the TAAS feature,
neon message waiting indicators, and modems. Secondary lightning protection is provided on
the TN746B circuit pack. The TN746B circuit pack supports up to eight simultaneous ports
ringing; four on ports one through eight, and four on ports 9 through 16.
Combined conversion of Modem Pooling requires a port on a TN754 and a port on a TN742,
TN746B or TN769 Analog circuit pack for each combined resource that is to be supported.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring sizes and wiring ranges that are supported by
the TN746B circuit pack.
Telephone
500-Type
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
20,000 (6,096 m)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
2500-Type
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
7100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
7101A-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
15,200 (4,633 m)
7103A-Series
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
mm2/0.5
15,200 (4,633 m)
8100-Series
24 (0.2
mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
9100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
The TN747B CO trunk circuit pack has eight ports for loop-start or ground-start CO, foreign
exchange (FX), and wide area telecommunications service (WATS) trunks. Each port has tip
and ring signal leads. A port can connect to a PagePac paging system. The TN747B supports the
abandoned call search feature in automatic call distribution (ACD) applications (if the CO has
this feature). Vintage 12 or greater of the TN747B circuit pack also provides battery reversed
signaling.
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TN750C Recorded Announcement (16
channels)
NOTE:
The TN2501AP circuit pack has replaced the TN750 circuit pack. However, the TN750
circuit pack is still supported.
The TN750 recorded announcement circuit pack records and stores announcements to be played
back on demand as part of a calling feature. The TN750 circuit pack has sampling rates of 16,
32, or 64 kbps. The TN750 circuit pack records announcement messages from on-premises or
off-premises telephones and can store up to 128 recorded announcements of a maximum of
eight minutes total. The TN750 circuit pack has 16 channels and each can play any
announcement. Up to 25 call connections can listen to each channel
A total of 10 TN750C circuit packs in a system provides an announcement capacity of 42.6
minutes (at 32 kbps) and 160 ports. In other words, 160 announcements can play
simultaneously. The 16 kbps compression rate, which is adequate for VDN of origin
announcements, provides a total capacity of 85.3 minutes. Use of multiple TN750C circuit
packs allows a more efficient method of providing many kinds of announcements and provides
improved management of integrated announcements.
TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8
ports)
The TN753B DID trunk circuit pack has eight ports used for immediate-start and wink-start
direct inward dialing (DID) trunks. Each port has tip and ring signal leads. For the Czech
Republic of Slovakia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, vintage 17 (or greater) is
required. The TN753B circuit pack supports A-Law and µ-Law companding with vintage 17 or
greater.
The TN753B circuit pack is required to support Brazil Block Collect Call.
TN754C DCP Digital Line (4-wire, 8 ports)
The TN754C DCP digital line circuit pack has eight asynchronous, 4-wire DCP ports that can
connect to 7400-series and 8400-series digital telephones, 302A/B/C attendant consoles, or data
modules. The TN754 circuit pack has administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring sizes and wiring ranges supported by the
TN754 circuit pack.
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Maximum Range of 7400-series and 8400-series equipment
Supported Equipment
Maximum
Range (feet)
7400 Data Modules
5000 (1524m)
24
(0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
7400 Data Modules
4000 (1219m)
26
7400-series Telephones
3500 (1067m)
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5
mm)
7400-series Telephones
2200 (670m)
26
8400-series Data
Modules
3500
(1067m)
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5
mm)
8400-series Telephones
3500 (1067m)
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5
mm)
Wire Sizes (AWG)
The TN754 circuit pack provides greater call handling capacity for high traffic applications and
supports the group paging feature.
Combined conversion of Modem Pooling requires a port on a TN754 circuit pack and a port on
a TN746B circuit pack or TN769 analog circuit pack for each combined resource that is to be
supported.
TN755B Neon Power Unit
The TN755B neon power unit circuit pack is used in with all DEFINITY servers except the
DEFINITY CSI. The TN755B circuit pack produces 150 VDC to operate neon message waiting
lights on terminals that are connected to TN746B analog line circuit packs.
A TN755B circuit pack is required for each carrier where neon message waiting indicators are
connected.
This circuit pack and the neon message waiting function are not available on systems that use
the TN2202 ring generator circuit pack for France balanced-ringing.
TN758 Pooled Modem (2 ports)
The TN758 pooled modem circuit pack has two conversion resources ports (such as a trunk data
module) for switched connections between digital data endpoints (data modules) and analog
data endpoints (modems). A TN758 circuit pack is required for each two conversion resources
provided with the integrated type of modem pool. The TN758 circuit pack supports µ-Law
companding only.
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TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
The TN760 tie trunk circuit pack has four ports that are used for Type 1 or Type 5 four-wire E &
M lead signaling tie trunks. Trunk types include automatic, immediate-start, wink-start, and
delay-dial. Each port on a TN760 circuit pack has T, R, T1, R1, E, and M signal leads. The
TN760 circuit pack provides release link trunks required for the CAS feature and has
administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding. The TN760 circuit pack supports outgoing,
Multilevel Precedence and Preemption (MLPP).
Option switches on each TN760 circuit pack port can select connections to Type 1 E & M
standard unprotected format, Type 1 E & M compatible unprotected format, Type 1 E & M
compatible protected format, and Type 5 simplex format.
For Belgium, Czech Republic of Slovakia, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and the
Netherlands, vintage 11 or greater is required.
TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)
The TN762B hybrid line circuit pack has eight ports that connect to multi-appearance hybrid
analog and digital telephones. The TN762B can connect to 7300-series telephones, an
MDC-9000 cordless telephones, and an MDW-9000 cordless telephone with separate base
station and charging stations.
Each port on a TN762B circuit pack has VT and VR (analog voice), CT, CR, P-, and P+ (digital
signals that control terminals) signal leads.
TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)
The TN763 auxiliary trunk has four ports. Each port has T, R, SZ, SZ1, S, and S1 signal leads.
The TN763D circuit pack is used for on-premises applications such as music-on- hold,
loudspeaker paging, code calling, and recorded telephone dictation access. The TN763 circuit
pack supports external recorded announcement equipment, and is administrable to select A-Law
or µ-Law companding.
TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)
The TN767 DS1 interface circuit pack provides a DSX1-level physical interface to the DS1
facility and require a TN464 DS1 interface circuit pack. The TN767 circuit pack has
unpolarized line out (LO) and line in (LI) signal lead pairs.
The TN767 circuit pack supports DS1 rate digital facility connectivity. The circuit pack
supports CO, Tie, DID, and off-premises stations (OPS) port types that use the robbed-bit
signaling protocol. This circuit pack also supports ISDN-PRI connectivity. For these
applications, the signaling D-channel can connect from the TN767 circuit pack to the processor
interface by a permanent switched call over the TDM bus.
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The TN767 circuit pack is used to communicate with Avaya IVR and to provide the enhanced
maintenance capabilities of the 120A channel service unit (CSU) enhanced integrated channel
service unit (ICSU) feature.
DS1 tests include loopback tests at the DS1 board edge or the 120A (if used), bit error rate
(BER) loopback tests at the far-end CSU, and BER 1-way DS1 facility tests. Other tests include
loopback testing specifically designed to locate DS1 facility faults.
TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)
The TN769 analog line circuit pack has eight ports, each with tip and ring signal leads. The
TN769 circuit pack supports:
•
On-premises or off-premises wiring with either touch tone dialing or rotary dialing and
with or without LED or neon message waiting indicators
•
Three ringer loads, such as three telephones with one ringer load each
•
Up to four simultaneous ports ringing
•
Queue warning-level lights that are associated with the DDC feature and UCD feature
•
Recorded announcements for the intercept treatment feature
•
Dictation machines for the recorded telephone dictation access feature
•
PagePac paging system for the loudspeaker paging feature
•
External alerting devices for the trunk answer any station (TAAS) feature
•
Modems
The TN769 circuit pack does not support off premises message waiting indicators.
The TN769 circuit pack provides secondary lightning protection, and supports µ-Law
companding.
Each carrier with neon message indicators requires the TN769 circuit pack, along with a
TN755B neon power circuit pack to support neon message waiting indicators. Only one
telephone can have an LED or neon message waiting indicator.
Combined conversion of Modem Pooling requires a port on a TN754B circuit pack and a port
on a TN746B circuit pack or TN769 analog circuit pack for each combined resource that is to be
supported.
The following table shows telephone types, wiring size and wiring ranges supported by the
TN769 circuit pack.
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Telephone
Wire Size (AWG)
500-Type
mm2/0.5
mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
2500-Type
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
7102-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
7101A-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
15,200 (4,633 m)
7103A-Series
24 (0.2
Maximum Range (feet)
2
2
15,200 (4,633 m)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
8100-Series
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
10,000 (3,048 m)
9100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
10,000 (3,048 m)
TN771DP Maintenance and Test
The TN771DP maintenance test circuit pack performs maintenance functions. These functions
include packet bus reconfiguration that allows diagnosis and correction of recoverable packet
bus failures before the link access procedure on the D-channel (LAPD) links fail. LAPD is a
link-layer protocol on the ISDN-BRI and ISDN-PRI data link layer (level 2). LAPD provides
data transfer between two devices and error and flow control on multiple logical links. LDAP
swaps spare leads with the malfunctioning leads to recover packet bus failures involving up to
three malfunctioning leads (1 or 2 data or parity leads and one control lead).
Other maintenance functions include ISDN-PRI testing that originates and terminates loopback
tests on ISDN facilities. The testing provides bit and block error rate information indicating
ISDN facility quality.
The TN771DP circuit pack can be updated using the firmware download feature, which requires
use of the TN799 C-LAN circuit pack interface.
A TN771DP circuit pack is required:
•
Any CSI system that is using a TN2198 BRI circuit pack. Otherwise, a TN771DP circuit
pack is not required.
•
An SI system PPN that is equipped with packet endpoints (ISDN-BRI lines or trunks,
ISDN-PRI trunks, IP trunks, IP stations, ATM-CES, and ASAI) or is a critical reliability
or fully duplicated system. A critical-reliability or fully duplicated system with packet
endpoints requires a TN771DP circuit pack in each EPN. Otherwise, a TN771DP circuit
pack is not required.
•
All R system PPNs. A critical-reliability R system requires a TN771DP circuit pack in
each EPN. An R system with ATM network duplication requires a TN771DP circuit pack
in each PPN and EPN.
•
All CSI models when using a TN2198 BRI circuit pack
A maximum of one TN771DP circuit pack is allowed in any port network.
A TN771DP circuit pack is never used with the S8100 Media Server.
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TN775C Maintenance Board
The TN775C circuit pack is used in maintenance to monitor power failure signals in an EPN
cabinet. The TN775C circuit pack also monitors the clock, monitors and controls the power
supplies and battery charger, and monitors air flow and high-temperature sensors. The TN775C
circuit pack provides two serial links to communicate with Expansion Interface (EI) circuit
packs, and provides an RS-232 interface for connection to an administration terminal. Each
circuit pack contains a three-position switch to control emergency power transfer.
The TN775C contains a DC to DC power converter and is used in maintenance to monitor the
processor in an EPN that is supported by a Survivable Remote Processor (SRP).
TN780 Tone Clock
The TN780 tone clock circuit pack connects to and monitors an optional external Stratum-3
clock for digital frame timing. The TN780 circuit pack also couples the clock output to local
clocks. The TN780 circuit pack supplies master timing to the system and produces the
following tones: call progress, touch tones, answer-back tones, and trunk transmission test
tones. The TN780 circuit pack has 2-MHz, 160-kHz, and 8-kHz clocks. The TN780 circuit pack
can transmit the system clock and tones on either TDM bus A, TDM bus B, or both.
The TN780 circuit pack is administrable to produce five tone plans. For countries outside the
United States six tones can be customized in each plan. The TN780 circuit pack supports µ-Law
or A-Law companding.
A TN780 circuit pack is never used with the S8100 Media Server.
TN787K Multimedia Interface
The TN787 multimedia interface circuit pack is used in conjunction with the TN788 multimedia
voice conditioner circuit pack to provide service circuit functionality for the Multimedia Call
Handling (MMCH) feature. This feature provides both voice and multimedia data service
between multimedia complex endpoints. Up to six endpoints can conference to a single
multimedia call occurrence.
The TN787 circuit pack provides a TDM bus interface and a DS1 adjunct cable interface. The
TN787 circuit pack routes the H.221 multimedia information to the DS1 interface to free more
TDM bus timeslots. Freeing more timeslots allows the system to carry more audio, video, and
data bit streams between multimedia complex endpoints. The TN787 circuit pack provides
support for multiple PNs.
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TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner
The TN788C multimedia voice conditioner circuit pack is used in conjunction with the
TN787F/G multimedia interface circuit pack to provide service circuit functionality for the
MMCH feature. This feature provides both voice service and multimedia data service between
multimedia complex endpoints.
NOTE:
The TN788C circuit pack vintage is µ-Law only. The TN788C vintage two or later is
A-Law and µ-Law.
The TN788C circuit pack is the audio processor for the Px64 multimedia conference bridge.
The TN788C circuit pack contains eight digital signal processors; four for encoding and four for
decoding. Each encoder/decoder pair is assigned to a Px64 endpoint to process its audio
channel. Connection to and from the endpoint’s audio is by way of a TN787 multimedia
interface port. This connection is through the TDM bus timeslots.
Each of the eight digital signal processors communicate with the main on-board processor
through eight individual Dual Port Random Access Memory (DPRAMs). No Read Only
Memory (ROM) is available on this circuit pack. The DPRAM is used for program download.
TN789B Radio Controller
The TN789B radio controller circuit pack is an interface between a switch and two Wireless
Fixed Base (WFB) radio units for the DEFINITY Wireless Business System. The TN789B
circuit pack contains a main processor to handle data line circuit (DLC) and upper medium
access (MAC) layers of firmware. The TN789B circuit pack also contains two lower MAC
processors. one processor for each radio interface. Each radio interface is referred to as an I2
interface.
The I2 link is the connection between the Radio Controller (RC) and the WFB. The RC
supports up to two I2 links, each link consisting of three pairs of twisted-pair cable: the transmit
pair, the receive pair, and the local power pair. The transmit pair transfers WFB control and
frame information from the RC to the WFB. The receive pair transfers status and frame
information from the WFB to the RC. If the RC cannot provide power to the WFB, a third pair
(to the WFB) can supply local power. When possible, the transmit pair and the receive pair
provide phantom power from the RC to the WFB.
Each TN789B circuit pack includes a standard TDM bus interface from a system, two radio
interfaces to two separate radio units, and two synchronization ports. In addition, two RS-232
interfaces provide for a debug terminal and for setting up the wireless terminal.
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TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)
The TN791 is a 16 port analog guest line circuit pack that is used for international offers, United
States and Canada in offer category B only. Each of the 16 ports support one telephone, such as
500 (rotary dial) and 2500 terminals (DTMF dial). LED and neon message waiting indicators
are supported. A separate power supply is required for neon message indicators.
The TN791 circuit pack supports on-premises wiring with either touch tone or rotary dialing
and with or without the LED and neon message waiting indicators.
The TN791 circuit pack supports three ringer loads. Only one telephone can have an LED or
neon message waiting indicator. The TN791 supports up to eight simultaneous ports ringing;
four on ports one through eight, and four on ports 9 through 16.
The TN791 circuit pack supports A-Law and µ-law companding and administrable timers.
Secondary lightning protection is provided. The TN791 circuit pack supports up to eight
simultaneous ports ringing.
The following table shows the telephones, wire size and wiring ranges that is supported by the
TN791.
Telephone
500-Type
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
mm2/0.5
20,000 (6,096 m)
2500-Type
24 (0.2
mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
6200-Type
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
7100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
7101A-Series
24 (0.2
mm2/0.5
mm)
15,200 (4,633 m)
7103A-Series
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
15,200 (4,633 m)
8100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
9100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
2
TN792 Duplication Interface
In high-reliability and critical-reliability DEFINITY SI systems, duplication interfaces copy the
contents of memory from the primary Switch Processing Element (SPE) to a standby SPE, so
that the latter can take over immediately when the former fails. The TN792 duplication interface
uses the Enhanced M-Bus of the DEFINITY SI TN2404 processor for this memory shadowing
function. The Enhanced M-bus supports 32-bit addressing and data access (vs. 16-bit for the
M-bus), so it transfers data faster and shadows a larger area of memory than the older bus. The
M-bus is still supported.
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You need two TN792 circuit packs, one for the primary control carrier and one for the standby.
You can replace TN772 duplication interfaces with TN792s, but you must replace them in pairs.
A TN772 circuit pack cannot communicate with a TN792 circuit pack.
A new duplex optical cable connects the TN792 circuit packs. This cable eliminates the
additional electromagnetic emissions that would otherwise result from the doubled data rate on
the bus. The optical cable interface to the new DUPINT is on the front faceplate of the circuit
pack.
The TN792 circuit pack is compatible with existing duplication cables.
TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24
ports)
The TN793B is a dual coded, analog line 24-port circuit pack that supports Caller ID telephones
and Caller ID devices. Each port supports one telephone, such as 500 (rotary dial) and 2500
telephones (DTMF dial). Use TN793B Vintage 1 or greater.
The TN793B supports on-premises (in-building) wiring with either touch tone or rotary dialing
and with or without the LED and neon Message Waiting Indicators. The TN793B circuit pack
supports off-premises wiring with either DTMF or rotary dialing, but LED or neon message
waiting indicators are not supported off -premises.
The TN793B circuit pack, along with a TN755B neon power circuit pack supports on-premise
telephones that are equipped with neon message waiting indicators. The TN793B supports three
ringer loads, only one telephone can have an LED or neon message waiting indicator. The
TN793B circuit pack allows a maximum of 12 simultaneous ports ringing; four on ports 1
through 8, four on ports 9 through 16, and four on ports 17 through 24.
The TN793B circuit pack supports A-Law and µ-law companding and administrable timers.
The TN793 circuit pack supports queue warning level lights associated with the DDC and the
UCD features, recorded announcements associated with the Intercept Treatment feature, and
PagePac paging system for the Loudspeaker Paging feature. Additional support is provided for
external alerting devices that are associated with the TAAS feature, neon message waiting
indicators, and modems The TN793B also supports secondary lightning protection. The
TN793B provides -48 V DC current in the off-hook state. Ringing voltage is -90 VDC.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring size, and wiring ranges supported by the
TN793B circuit pack.
Telephone
500-Type
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
mm2/0.5
20,000 (6,096 m)
2500-Type
24 (0.2
mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
6200-Type
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
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Telephone
7100-Series
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
mm2/0.5
20,000 (6,096 m)
8100-Series
24 (0.2
mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
9100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack
(8 ports)
Provides a combination eight port analog trunk and line circuit pack for the United States,
Canada, and other countries that have the same analog standards. The TN797 circuit pack
provides you with the capability to administer any of the eight ports as a loop start of ground
start CO trunk, a CAMA E911 trunk, a wink or immediate start DID trunk, or as an on or
off-premises analog line with or without LED Message Waiting Indication. It does not support
ICLID on the analog trunk to the CO, nor Caller ID on the line side to the telephone.
TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface
The TN799DP control LAN (C-LAN) interface provides TCP/IP connectivity over Ethernet or
Point to Point Protocol (PPP) connections to applications such as Avaya CMS, INTUITY
AUDIX, DCS, printers, call detail recording (CDR), and property management systems (PMS).
The C-LAN is required to support the TN2302AP IP Media Interface for H.323 functionality,
and to support ATM interfaces and WAN PNC.
The C-LAN operates at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps and full or half duplex, both of which are
administrable. The C-LAN provides connectionless UDP sockets for IP solutions support. The
C-LAN will also support 500 remote sockets, with support for 4Kbyte UDP sockets. The
C-LAN supports variable-length ping and the traceroute and netstat network testing commands.
The C-LAN circuit pack provides call control for all IP endpoints that are connected to the
S8700 Media Server using the G600 Media Gateway. A maximum number of 64 C-LANs can
be used for each configuration. The number of C-LANs that are required depends on the
number of devices that are connected as well as the options that are being utilized by the
endpoint. It might be advantageous to segregate IP voice control traffic from device control
traffic as a safety measure.
To determine the default value for C-LAN socket usage of H.323 Tie Trunks divide the total
number of H.323 Tie Trunk that use sharing by 31. Each IP endpoint requires the use of some
number of C-LAN sockets, which is the software object that is used to connect a C-LAN to the
IP Network. The C-LAN circuit pack supports a maximum of 500 sockets.
The C-LAN differs from an IP Media Processor in that the C-LAN controls the call and the IP
Media Processor provides the codecs that are used for the audio on the call.
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To take download firmware there must be at least one C-LAN and access to the public Internet.
Downloads and instructions have been posted to:
http://www.avaya.com/support/
Click on Online Services and then Download Software needed.
TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)
The TN801 LAN gateway interface is part of the Multi-Application Platform DEFINITY
(MAPD). It allows direct integration of PC-based application into the switch. The TN801
circuit pack works as the interface for solutions such as CTI, CallVisor and PC/LAN. The
TN801 circuit pack provides packet bus and TDM bus interfacing, physical mounting for a
CPU, external interfaces, and mapping of circuit switched connections between the TDM bus
and the expansion circuit pack.
TN802B MAPD (IP Interface Assembly)
The TN802 IP interface circuit pack supports voice calls and fax calls from the switch across a
corporate intranet or the Internet. This circuit pack is still supported, but has been replaced with
the TN2302AP IP Media Processor. The IP trunking software runs on an embedded PC that
runs Windows NT. The TN802 circuit pack supports IP Solutions including IP trunking and
MedPro (H.323) with IP softphones.
The TN802 IP Interface operates in two modes: IP Trunk and Media Processor
(MedPro/H.323). The TN802 defaults to IP Trunk mode. To use it in MedPro mode, you
activate it through administration to use the H.323 trunking feature related to IP softphones.
TN1648B System Access and
Maintenance (SYSAM)
The TN1648B is an SPE component that is used for maintenance on a DEFINITY R
configuration. A processor in the TN1648B circuit pack runs control routines that connect to
maintenance software. The TN1648B circuit pack has an alarm panel with five-LED and a
toggle switch to manually inhibit automatic emergency transfer of PPN analog lines.
The TN1648B circuit pack provides two RS-232 interfaces for connection to an administration
terminal and, with duplication, connection to a standby maintenance terminal. The TN1648B
circuit pack also provides a tip and ring port with a built-in modem to allow a remote
administration terminal to access the system.
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The TN1648B circuit pack allows connection to the management terminal and connection to
and termination of one end of the processor bus. Other maintenance items include:
•
PPN alarm monitors and outputs including auxiliary alarms for auxiliary equipment and
environmental monitoring for over-temperature conditions
•
Power supply sense and control for the carriers
•
Emergency transfer control for catastrophic failure. The circuit consists of
a three-position toggle switch. The switch can be moved into the manual on position,
manual off position, or automatic position.
•
Non volatile memory that contains the time-of-day clock, the telephone number for the
Initialization and Administration System (INADS), login password, and product
identification
•
Alarm panel information with major, minor, and warning LEDs, an ACKnowledge LED,
and an emergency transfer LED
The TN1648B circuit pack increases the speed of the internal modem and external modem from
2400 bps to 9600 bps with error control implementation. Appropriate software administration is
added to choose between external modem access to the maintenance port, and direct loop start
trunk access. The external modem access is used in countries that do not support the analog
loop signaling protocol supplied by the internal modem.
For use outside the United States use a cable from the TN1648B that connects directly to an
external modem. When the external modem is selected, the internal modem is disabled. The
TN1648B circuit pack is backward-compatible with the TN1648 circuit pack.
TN1650B Memory
The TN1650B memory circuit pack is used only in the DEFINITY R configurations. The
1650B circuit pack contains 32 MB of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) and error
detection and correction circuitry to ensure information integrity. The TN1650B is used for
system software, customer translations, and call processing maintenance. All new systems are
shipped with four memory boards and a TN1657 disk drive. All upgrades to R10 require a
fourth memory board and a TN1657 disk drive V9 or later.
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TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel)
and E1 (32-Channel)
The TN1654 converter installs in place of the conventional fiber and supports from one to four
T1 or E1 facilities, providing a total of 92 T1 channels, or 120 E1 channels, in each direction
between the PPN and the EPN. This capacity is enough for an EPN to easily support several
hundred stations.
The switch architecture provides for EPNs that are remotely located from the PPN. EPNs within
five miles (8 km) of the PPN may be coupled using multimode fiber optic cable or within 22
miles (35.4 km) of the PPN using single-mode fiber optic cable. Connect using a DS1 converter
complex when the distance between the PPN and the EPN exceeds five miles (8 km) for
multimode cable, or 22 miles (35.4 km) for single-mode cable, or private right-of-way is not
available. One DS1 circuit pack is placed on each end of the DS1 converter complex.
The TN1654 DS1 converter requires a new set of Y-cables to connect to a TN570B Expansion
Interface circuit pack.
TN1655 Packet Interface
The TN1655 packet interface provides the communication path between the SPE and the packet
bus in the PPN for DEFINITY R configurations. The packet bus connects to EI circuit packs in
the PPN that communicate with EPNs and the CSS.
The TN1655 provides the link access procedure on the D-channel (LAPD) for up to 8,192 links
at a sustained rate of 2 Mbits per second. The link access is the digital multiplexed interface
(DMI) mode-3 terminations of communication links across the packet bus that link to the
processor circuit pack. Some data communication will use the X.25 data phase protocol at level
3.
The TN1655 provides termination for ISDN-BRI and ISDN-PRI signaling links, expansion
archangel links that connect the processor to the expansion archangels on EI circuit packs in
each PN, and center stage control network links that connect the processor with SNI circuit
packs in the CSS.
The TN1655 supports firmware downloading. It also provides X.25 termination to the DCS
links and to adjuncts such as CDR and AUDIX.
TN1657 Disk Drive
The TN1657 contains a 180 MB small computer system interface (SCSI) disk drive that is used
for the DEFINITY R configurations. The TN1657 disk drive reduces the time it takes to reboot
the system, stores translations, bootstrap image, and core dumps
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TN2138 Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
The TN2138 central office trunk circuit pack provides eight analog loop start CO trunk ports for
Italy. Each port has a tip and ring signal lead. The TN2138 has 50-Hz, 12-kHz, and 16-kHz
Periodic Pulse Metering (PPM).
TN2139 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk(8
ports)
The TN2139 direct inward dialing trunk for Italy provides eight analog direct inward dialing
(DID) trunk ports for analog DID signaling. Each of the eight ports has a tip and ring signal
lead.
TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
The TN2140B tie trunk is used in Hungary and Italy. The TN2140B provides four ports for
4-wire E&M lead signaling tie trunks. The TN2140 provides continuous E&M signaling and
discontinuous E&M signaling. Administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding and standard
Type 1 and Type 5 signaling is provided. The TN2140B is required for Hungary.
TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8
ports)
The TN2146 provides eight analog DID trunk ports for Belgium and the Netherlands. Each of
the eight ports has tip and ring signal lead. The TN2146 uses four Dual Subscriber Line Audio
processing Circuits (DSLACs). One DSLAC is used for each pair of ports. The circuits are
administered to meet trunk transmission characteristics. The DSLACs can be set to either a
resistive or complex balance impedance in the voice or AC talk path on the trunk interfaces.
The DSLACs convert analog signals to digital signals and vice-versa to match the analog DID
trunks to the system’s digital TDM bus. The TN2146 circuit pack can provide either A-Law or
µ-Law companding.
TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)
The TN2147 has eight analog CO trunk ports. Each port has tip and ring signal leads. The
TN2147 uses four (1 for each pair of ports) Dual Subscriber Line Audio processing Circuits
(DSLACs) to be administered to meet a given transmission and impedance requirement. The
DSLACs convert analog signals to digital signals and digital signals to analog signals to
interface the analog CO trunks to the system’s digital TDM bus.
The TN2147C provides multi country signaling based on trunk type of either: loop-start, ground
start, or battery reverse loop-start.
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TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16
ports)
The TN2181 circuit pack has 16 DCP ports that can connect to 2-wire terminals such as the
6400, 8400, and 9400 series digital telephones and the 302C and 302D attendant console. The
maximum range of the 8400 and 9400 Series terminals using 24 AWG (0.5 mm) wire is 3,500
feet (1067 m).
The TN2181 circuit pack supports either A-Law or µ-Law companding. The TN2181 also
supports the 8400 Series data modules.
TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and
Call Classifier (8 ports)
The TN2182 tone clock integrates the tone generator, tone detection-call classifier, system
clock, and synchronization functions onto one circuit pack for all system reliability
configurations. The TN2182 supports 8 ports for tone detection and allows gain or loss applied
to PCM signals received from the bus. The TN2182 provides Stratum 4 enhanced clock
accuracy, supports MFC signaling (such as Russia MF), supports Russia MFR (multi-frequency
shuttle Register signaling), and supports A-Law and µ-Law companding.
The TN2182CP provides continuous cadenced and mixed tones, allows administrable setting of
tone frequency and level, detects 2025-Hz, 2100-Hz, or 2225-Hz modem answerback tones, and
provides normal and wide broadband dial tone detection.
In most configurations, the 2- circuit or 3-circuit pack combination of tone generator, tone
detector, and/or call classifier can be replaced with this one circuit pack to free one or two port
slots.
Use the TN2182CP circuit pack with the TN429D analog line central office trunk for
CAMA/E911 and ICLID. A TN2182 is required for the on-board tone detection or for
additional tones to support CCRON, Russian ANI, and others.
TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple
Countries (16 ports)
See "TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or
US and Canada Offer B only)" on page 203.
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TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)
The TN2184 is a Direct Inward/Outward Dialing (DIOD) trunk circuit pack used for Germany.
The TN2184 circuit pack contains four port circuits. Each circuit interfaces a 2-wire analog CO
trunk with the TDM switching network of the system. Each port allows incoming calls and
outgoing calls to include addressing information that is being received from the CO for
incoming calls and addressing information that is being sent to the CO for outgoing calls. The
TN2184 detects Periodic Pulse Metering (PPM) signals for call charge accounting on outgoing
calls.
The TN2184 combines the features of both a CO trunk and a DID trunk to provide both
outgoing and incoming calls with addressing information in both directions.
TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface
(4-wire, 8 ports)
The TN2185B supports eight 4-wire ISDN BRI line S interfaces. Each interface operates at 192
Kbps, with two B-channels (64 Kbps) and one D-channel (16 Kbps). The TN2185B interfaces
to the LAN bus and to the TDM bus to provide the TE side of the BRI interface.
The TN2185B is similar to the TN2198 except that the TN2185B is a 4-wire S-interface instead
of a 2-wire U-interface. Another difference is the function of the SCOTCH/NPE and SAKI are
replaced by the network control element (NCE).
For each port, information communicates over two 64-Kbps bearer channels called B1 and B2,
and over a 16-Kbps channel called the demand channel, or D-channel. The D-channel is used
for signaling. Channels B1 and B2 can be circuit switched simultaneously, or either of them
may be packet switched, but not both at once. The D-channel is always packet switched. The
circuit switched connections have a µ-Law or A-Law option on a per-board basis, for voice
operation and operate as 64 kbps clear channels when in the data mode. The packet switched
channels support the LAPD protocol. However, the TN2185B does not terminate on LAPD
protocol. The S-interface does not support switching of both B-channels together as a 128 Kbps
wideband channel.
The TN2185B has a maximum range up to 18,000 feet (5486 m) from the system to the NT1
device. In a environment with multiple telephones, the B-channels are shared only on a per-call
basis. For example, if the B2-channel is for data, then the use of the B2-channel by one
telephone excludes the others from having access to it. When a used device communicates over
the D-channel to access B1 or B2, that channel is owned until the call is taken down. The
D-channel is always shared among the terminals. The TN2185B circuit pack can be used as an
alternative to the TN464 circuit pack or the TN2464 circuit pack.
The ability of outpulse in-band DTMF signals or end-to end signaling is supported by the
TN2185B.
QSIG Call Completion is supported, however, QSIG Supplementary Services are not.
ISDN-BRI trunks can be used as inter-PBX tie lines that use the QSIG peer protocol.
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TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire,
12 ports)
The TN2198 circuit pack allows connection to the ANSI standard 2-wire U-Interface. The
2-wire interface from the TN2198 connects to an NT1 network interface. The 4-wire interface
on the other side of the NT1 may connect to one or two telephones. The TN2198 does not
provide a trunk-side interface. Unlike the TN2185 circuit pack.
The TN2198 contains 12 ports that interface at the ISDN U reference point. For each port,
information communicates over two 64-Kbps bearer channels called B1 and B2, and over a
16-Kbps channel called the demand channel, or D-channel. The D-channel is used for signaling.
Channels B1 and B2 can be circuit switched simultaneously. The D-channel is always packet
switched. The TN2198 requires a packet control circuit pack. Each port supports one telephone,
such as the 500 rotary dial analog telephone and 2500 DTMF dial telephones.
The D-channel supports the LAPD protocol and is consistent with the CCITT Q.920
Recommendations for D-channel signaling.
In an environment with multiple telephones, the B-channels are shared only on a per-call basis.
For example, if the B2 channel is used for data, then the use of B2 by one telephone excludes
the other telephones from having access to it. When a device communicates over the D-channel
to access B1 or B2, that channel is owned until the call is taken. The D-channel is always shared
among the telephones. The TN2198 interfaces with the TDM bus and the packet bus in the
switch backplane and terminates with 12 ISDN basic access ports.
The TN2198 has a maximum range of 18,000 feet (5486 m) from the system to the NT1 device
and uses standard protocol ANSI T1.601. The TN2198 has a 160-Kbps line rate, that consists
of:
•
two bearer channels at 64-Kbps channels each
•
The D-channel at 16-Kbps
•
Framing at 12-Kbps
•
Maintenance at 4-Kbps.
The TN2198 supports a maximum of 24 telephones or data modules.
The TN2198 is not offered as a BRI Tie Trunk.
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TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4
ports)
The TN2199 central office trunk circuit pack is designed for use in Russia.
The TN2199 is a 4-port, 3-wire, loop-start trunk circuit pack that can be used as:
•
A DID trunk
•
A 2-way, 1-way incoming, or 1-way outgoing CO trunk
The TN2199 combines the functionality of the DID trunk and the 1-way outgoing CO trunk
(DIOD trunk). To accomplish MF shuttle signaling the TN2199 circuit pack must be combines
with the TN744D call classifier circuit pack.
The TN2199 circuit pack supports incoming ANI.
TN2202 Ring Generator
The TN2202 ring generator circuit pack is designed for use in France.
The TN2202 ring generator circuit pack supplies 50-Hz ringing power. The TN2202 supplies
balanced ringing, by a modified backplane, to telephones that connect to the TN2183 multi
country analog line circuit pack when administered for France analog transmission.
The TN2202 plugs into the power unit slot and is required for each carrier that contains analog
lines. A one-lead modification is required in a carrier backplane that uses the TN2202. This
modification is required for all products made for France. The TN2202 produces two
symmetrical voltages (typically 28V rms) with respect to ground, and takes –48 VDC, –5 VDC,
and ground from the backplane and generates 2 x 28V rms with added –48 VDC.
TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel)
and E1 (32-Channel)
The TN2207 circuit pack supports digital signal level 1 (DS1) rate (24-channel) and E1 rate
(32-channel) digital facility connectivity. All TN2207 suffixes support CO, Tie, DID, and off
premises station (OPS) port types that use the following protocols:
•
Robbed-bit signaling
•
Proprietary Bit-Oriented Signaling (BOS) 24th channel signaling
•
DMI-BOS 24th channel signaling
The circuit packs also support ISDN-PRI connectivity T1 or E1.
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In a 24-channel DS1 mode, a DS1 interface is provided to the DS1 facility. The TN2207 circuit
packs provide board-level administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding, CRC-4 generation
and checking for E1 only, and Stratum-3 clock capability.
The TN2207 provides test jack access to the DS1 or E1 line and supports the 120A integrated
channel service unit (CSU).
All suffixes have line-out (LO) and line-in (LI) signal leads. The line-out and line-in leads are
unpolarized balanced pairs.
The TN2207 has additional hardware to support direct cabling to a TN787 MMI circuit pack.
TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)
The TN2209 tie trunk was designed for use in Russia.
The TN2209 tie trunk has four ports used for Type 1 or Type 5 four-wire E&M lead signaling tie
trunks. The tie trunks can one of four types: automatic, immediate-start, wink-start, and
delay-dial. The TN2209 provides an interface between these four frequency signaling tie trunk
lines and the switch TDM network. Based on a TN760D each port has modified E&M signal
leads for universal hardware compatibility. The TN2209 provides release link trunks required
for the CAS feature and has administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding.
TN2211 Optical Drive
The TN2211 Optical Drive provides removable storage for the DEFINITY R configurations.
The TN2211 supports software upgrades, translation backups, announcement file backups, core
dumps, and so on. The Optical Drive has several advantages over tape drive technology:
•
Writing to the optical disk is considerably shorter than writing to tape. A full backup
takes approximately 20 minutes, verses the tape drive takes that takes up to 95 minutes.
•
Writing to the optical disk is more reliable because of:
•
Block allocation
•
The number of accesses to the media
The UN332C MSSNET must be used with the TN2211.
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TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24
ports)
The TN2214B is designed to be used in the United States, Canada and international countries
for offer B only.
The TN2214 has 24 DCP ports that can connect to two-wire digital telephones such as
the 6400-series, 8400-series, or 9400-series telephones and the 302C and the 302D attendant
console.
The TN2214 supports either A-Law or µ-Law companding.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring size, and wiring ranges supported by the
TN2214B.
Telephone
Wire Size (AWG)
2
Maximum Range (feet)
302C/D Attendant
Console
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
6400-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
2
8400-Series
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067 m)
9400-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067 m)
TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple
Countries (16 ports)
(International Offers or US and Canada
Offer B only)
The TN2215 and the TN2183 analog line circuit pack is designed for international, United
States and Canada for offer B only.
The TN2215 and the TN2183 provide 16 analog port interfaces. Each port supports one
telephone, such as 500 (rotary dial) and 2500 telephones (DTMF dial) from a tip/ring pair. Each
port also sends or receives signaling to and from a device, such as an analog telephone,
answering machine, fax and loop-start CO port. The TN2215 and the TN2183 provides rotary
digit 1 recall, ground-key recall, and programmable flash timing. Additional support is provided
for selectable ringing patterns, LED message waiting, and secondary lightning protection.
The TN2215 and TN2183 supports on-premises wiring with either touch tone or rotary dialing
and with or without the LED message waiting indicators. The TN2215 and TN2183 supports
off-premises wiring with either DTMF or rotary dialing. LED message waiting indicators are
not supported off-premises. Neon message waiting indicators are not supported.
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A maximum of six to eight simultaneous ringing ports is allowed depending on the ringing
cadence selected. The TN2215 and the TN2183 supports A-Law and µ-Law companding and
administrable timers.
The TN2215 and the TN2183 also supports balanced ringing. When balanced ringing is
configured for France the TN2202 ring generator circuit pack must be used.
The TN2215 and the TN2183 supports DTMF sending levels appropriate for Avaya IVR.
The TN2215 and the TN2183 is impedance and gain selectable for multiple countries. For more
information, contact your Avaya representative.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring sizes and wiring ranges supported by the
TN2215 and the TN2183 circuit packs.
Telephone
500-Type
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
mm2/0.5
20,000 (6,096 m)
2500-Type
24 (0.2
mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
6200-Type
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
7102A-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,100 (945 m)
8100-Series
24 (0.2
mm2/0.5
mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24
ports)
The TN2224 has 24 DCP ports that can connect to 2-wire digital telephones such as
the 6400-series, 8400-series, or 9400-series telephones and the 302C and the 302D attendant
console.
The TN2224 circuit pack supports either A-Law or µ-Law companding.
The following table shows the telephones, wiring sizes and wiring ranges supported by the
TN2224 circuit pack.
Telephone
Wire Size (AWG)
mm2/0.5
Maximum Range (feet)
302C/D Attendant
Console
24 (0.2
mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
6400-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
8400-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
9400-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
3,500 (1,067) m)
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TN2242 Digital Trunk
The TN2242 digital trunk circuit pack supports versions of Channel Associated Signaling and
ISDN-PRI signaling that are peculiar to the TTC private networking environment used in Japan.
It supports the special line-coding and framing used on 2.048-Mbps Japanese trunks. The
TN2242 connects the switch with other vendor equipment and with other DEFINITY switches
via the TDM device that is commonly used throughout Japan for this purpose.
TN2301 Logic Switch
The TN2301 logic switch is used with the DEFINITY R only. The TN2301 provides service to
the customer when the link to the main processor fails or is severed, or when the processor or
Center Stage Switch (CSS) fails. The TN2301 Survivable Remote Switch (SRS) circuit pack
connects the EPN links (fiber or T1/E1) to the appropriate PPN for call processing. It does this
under control of the TN775C maintenance circuit pack which monitors the health of the
expansion interface TN570B.
The TN2301 logic switch circuit pack is not used in an ATM-PNC.
TN2302AP IP Media Processor
The TN2302AP provides VoIP audio access to the switch for local stations and for outside
trunks. The TN2302AP can perform echo cancellation, silence suppression, fax relay service,
and DTMF detection. The TN2302AP is the H.323 audio platform, includes a 10/100 BaseT
Ethernet interface, supports the T.30 and T.38 standards for fax transmission, and is firmware
downloadable.
The TN2302AP provides audio processing for between 32 and 64 voice channels, depending on
the CODECs in use. The TN2302AP supports hairpin connections and shuffling of calls
between TDM connections and IP to IP direct connections.
TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network
Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber
The TN2305 provides an ATM-based replacement for the TN570D Expansion Interface. The
interface uses OC-3c or STM-1 155-Mbps multimode fiber. The TN2305 supports both trunk
and port-network connectivity. As a trunk, the TN2305 uses Circuit Emulation Service (CES) to
emulate up to eight ISDN-PRI trunks on an ATM facility. As a port-network expansion
interface, the TN2305 connects port networks to an ATM switch that provides port network
connectivity. The TN2305 provides echo cancellation.
The TN2305 does not support hybrid port networks that use both ATM and CSS simultaneously.
TN2305s must connect all port networks through the ATM switch. Direct connect EPNs are not
supported. Category B offers are not supported.
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TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network
Interface for Single-Mode Fiber
The TN2306 circuit pack has the same features as the TN2305B ATM-CES
Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber but supports single-mode fiber. The
TN2306B is not available with Category B offers.
TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8
ports)
The TN2308 uses eight ports for immediate-start and wink-start direct inward dialing (DID)
trunks for Brazil. Each port has tip and ring signal leads.
The switch requires the TN2308 to support Brazil Block Collect Call. The TN2308 transmission
characteristics comply with Brazilian telecom standards for PBXs.
TN2312AP IP Server Interface
The IPSI with the S8700 Multi-Connect
In the S8700 Media Server with the MCC1, SCC1 and G700 Media Gateways (S8700
Multi-Connect), the bearer paths and the control paths are separate. Control information for port
networks (PNs) travels over a dedicated LAN through the Ethernet switch. The control
information terminates on the S8700 Media Server at one end and on a TN2312AP IP Server
Interface (IPSI) on the other end. Each IPSI may control up to five port networks by tunneling
control messages over the bearer network to PNs that do not have IPSIs. IPSIs cannot be placed
in a PN that has a Stratum-3 clock interface. IPSIs cannot be placed in a remote PN that is using
a DS1 converter.
IPSI IP addresses are typically assigned automatically using DHCP service. Also, a dedicated
IPSI Ethernet connection to a laptop can be used to assign static IP addresses or for
maintenance.
To determine the number of IPSI-connected PNs that are recommended to support a
Multi-Connect configuration divide the total number of PNs by 5, round fractional amounts up,
and add 1. The additional IPSI provides fault tolerance.
For example, if you have 20 PNs, divide 20 by 5 to get 4, then add 1. You need a minimum of
five IPSIs to support the 20 PNs. Note, a minimum of two IPSIs are required per configuration.
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The following table shows some results of the calculation:
Total Number of Port Networks
Number of IPSI-Connected Port Network
1
1
2 to 5
2
6 to 10
3
11 to 15
4
16 to 20
5
The IPSI with the S8700 IP Connect
In the S8700 Meida Server with the G600 Media Gateway (S8700 IP Connect), the IPSI
provides transport of control messages over IP. The IPSI is required to provide control network
signaling over the customer’s LAN and WAN. The IPSI circuit pack provides tone generation,
tone detection, global call classification, as well as Stratum-4 type clock generation.
Many of the services that a PN requires are available on the IPSI circuit pack. These services
include tone generation, tone detection, call classification equivalent to a TN2182C circuit
pack, and clock generation. Each IPSI has one 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection to the Ethernet
switch.
IPSI Characteristics
The IPSI has the following characteristics:
•
Always resides in the tone clock slot.
•
Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a server.
•
Has 10/100 BaseT interface for connection to a Services laptop.
•
Supports eight global Call Classification ports.
•
Supports network diagnostic capabilities.
•
Provides PN clock generation and synchronization for Stratum 4 type II.
•
Provides PN tone generation.
•
Provides PN tone detection, global call classifier and international protocols.
•
Provides distributed PN packet interface.
•
Supports IPSI firmware download.
•
One IPSI per configuration provides serial number support for license file feature
activation.
See the following figure for an example of an IPSI faceplate.
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IPSI Faceplate
ckdfipsi KLC 031902
CLK
700060643
TN2312AP IPSI
01DR06142246
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TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)
The TN2313AP DS1 port board interfaces a DS1 trunk to the switch backplane via port slots
that are standard for DEFINITY products. The TN2313AP is compatible with previous
24-channel DS1 circuit packs, including the TN464F (V19 and below), the TN2464 (V19 and
below), and the TN767E DS1, except that it does not provide for packet adjunct capabilities.
The TN2313AP supports a variety of applications, including networking of DEFINITY
switches, international trunk types, video teleconferencing, and wideband data transmission.
The TN2313AP DS1 interface can be configured for 24-channel, 1.544 Mbps. The TN2313 can
supply two 8-Khz reference signals to the switch backplane for optional use by the tone clock
board in synchronizing the system clock to the received line clock.
The TN2313AP is firmware downloadable.
TN2314 S8100 Media Server
The S8100 Media Server supports voice stations with co-resident voice switching, voice and fax
messaging and system applications run on a Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system. The
communication between the firmware and the software is done by an Ethernet connection. An
Intel processor Message Link (IML) is the Ethernet control link between the Pentium processor
and the MPC860 processor. The link allows for the message based communication between the
two processors.
The S8100 Media Server has the following characteristics:
•
Processor – The processor is a 500-MHz Pentium III.
•
RAM – There are two slots for SDRAM memory modules, with a minimum of 256-MB
of RAM and a maximum of 512-MB of RAM.
•
Front panel ethernet access – Services can access the switch via an RJ45 Ethernet jack on
the circuit pack faceplate.
•
Hard disk – The circuit pack has a 20-GB hard disk.
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TN2401 Network Control/Packet
Interface for SI
The TN2401 network control and packet interface is used with DEFINITY SI only.
The TN2401 Net/Pkt interface circuit pack provides the network control interface (NETCON),
the packet interface (PACCON), and, if BX.25 connectivity is not required, the processor
interface (PI). The TN2401 provides eight asynchronous data channels. The TN2401 does not
include modems. The TN2401 is required for the SI model to save translations to the 5-volt
ATA flash memory card.
TN2401/TN2400 Network Packet
Interface complex assembly for SI
upgrades
The TN2401/TN2400 network packet interface complex provides:
•
the network control interface (NETCON)
•
The packet interface (PACCON)
•
The processor interface (PI) if BX.25 connectivity is not required.
•
Eight asynchronous data channels.
The TN2401/TN2400 does not include modems.
The TN2401/TN2400 is required for the SI model to save translations to the 5-volt ATA flash
memory card.
The TN2401/TN2400 complex and the TN2404 processor is required for the following
upgrades:
•
A G1 or G3iV1 MCC1 with a TN773 Processor
•
An SI system with a TN786B Processor when reusing the existing control carrier cabinet
•
An SI system with a TN790 or 790B Processor. Any R5 or R6 system will have the old
control carrier backplane and will require the TN2401/TN2400. For R7 and R8 systems,
it is possible to have the old control carrier backplane or the new control carrier
backplane. The backplane type must be verified before the upgrade order is placed so
that the right characteristic selection can be made. If the type of carrier is not known, a
visual inspection of the R7 or R8 system will be required. The old backplane is being
used if the system has a TN794/TN2400 in the Network Control and Packet Control
Slots. If nothing is in the Packet Control Slot the new backplane exists.
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TN2402 Processor
The TN2402 processor platform runs at 25 MHz. The TN2402 includes a 32-bit RISC CPU
complex and a maintenance processor complex that provides serial communications and
maintenance functions for DEFINITY CSI. In addition, the TN2402 also terminates ISDN
LAPD signaling over the TDM bus from PRI and BRI trunk circuit packs.
The RISC CPU complex provides four to 32 MB of Flash PROM. The DRAM is provided via
one SIMM. The TN2402 contains 32 MB of DRAM. The flash is not interleaved. The TN2402
processor does not provide X.25 communications or a duplication option. The TN2402 does not
contain an on-board modem. Instead, an external modem must be connected to the RS-232E
port that was previously used for the internal modem.
The TN2402 is required for the CSI model to save translations to the 5-volt ATA flash memory
card.
TN2404 Processor
The TN2404 processor circuit pack has 32 MB of DRAM memory and flash memory. The
TN2404 processor for DEFINITY SI is designed to handle errors that are associated with the
EM-BUS and must be used with the C-LAN (TN799) and the Net/Pkt (TN2401) in DEFINITY
SI configurations.
TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo
Cancellation,T1/E1
The TN2464BP DS1 circuit pack is designed for international use in both category A and
category B. The TN2464BP has echo cancellation circuitry and firmware download capability.
The TN2464BP supports T1 (24-channel) and E1 (32-channel) digital facilities. In ISDN-PRI
applications, the ISDN D-channel connects the TN1655 Packet Interface via the LAN bus. The
TN2464BP has the same functionality as the TN464GP, which is for US and Canada offers
only.
The TN2464BP circuit pack provides:
•
Test jack access to the T1/E1 line
•
Board-level administrable A-Law and µ-Law companding
•
CRC-4 generation and checking (E1 only)
•
Stratum-3 clock capability
•
Support for the 120A Channel Service Unit Module
•
CO, TIE, DID, off-premises station (OPS) port types that use robbed-bit signaling
protocol, proprietary bit-oriented signaling (BOS) 24th-channel signaling protocol, or
DMI-BOS 24th-channel signaling protocol
•
Unpolarized, balanced-pair, line-out (LO) and line-in (LI) signal leads
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Support for Russian incoming ANI
•
Support for the enhanced maintenance capabilities of the enhanced integrated channel
service unit (ICSU)
•
Support for Avaya IVR
•
Channel-associated signaling protocols for many countries (for details, contact your
Avaya representative)
The TN2464BP can be updated using the firmware download feature, which requires use of the
TN799 C-LAN interface.
TN2501AP Voice Announcements over
LAN (VAL)
The TN2501AP is an integrated announcement circuit pack that:
•
Offers up to 1 hour of announcement storage capacity
•
Provides shorter backup and restore times
•
Is firmware downloadable
•
Plays announcements over the TDM bus, similar to the TN750C circuit pack
•
Has 33 ports, including
•
One dedicated telephone access port for recording and playing back
announcements using port number 1
•
One Ethernet port using port number 33
•
31 playback ports using ports 2 through 32
•
Uses a 10/100 Mbps ethernet interface to allow portability of announcements and
firmware files over LAN
•
Uses announcement files that are in .wav format (CCITT A-Law and µ-law, 8 KHz, 8-bit
mono)
TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24
ports)
The TN2793B is a dual coded, analog line 24-port circuit pack. Each port supports one
telephone, such as the rotary dial 500 telephone and the DTMF dial 2500 telephones.
The TN2793B supports on-premises wiring with either touch tone dialing or rotary dialing and
with or without the LED and neon message waiting indicators. The TN2793B supports
off-premises wiring with either DTMF dialing or rotary dialing. LED or neon message waiting
indicators are not supported off-premises.
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Along with a TN755B neon power unit per carrier or per single-carrier cabinet, the TN2793B
supports telephones equipped with neon message waiting indicators (on-premises use only).
The TN2793B supports three ringer loads, only one telephone can have an LED or neon
message waiting indicator. The TN2793B allows a maximum of 12 simultaneous ports ringing;
four on ports 1 through 8, four on ports 9 through 16, and four on ports 17 through 24.
The TN2793B supports A-Law and µ-law companding and administrable timers. The TN2793B
supports queue warning level lights associated with the DDC and the UCD features, recorded
announcements associated with the Intercept Treatment feature, and PagePac paging system for
the Loudspeaker Paging feature. Additional support is provided for external alerting devices
associated with the TAAS feature, neon message waiting indicators, and modems. The
TN2793B also supports secondary lightning protection. The TN793B provides -48 VDC current
in the off-hook state and -90 VDC ringing voltage.
The following table shows the telephones, cable size and cabling ranges supported by the
TN2793B circuit pack.
Telephone
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Range (feet)
2
500-Type
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
2500-Type
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
6200-Type
24 (0.2
mm2/0.5
mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
7102A-Series
24 (0.2 mm /0.5 mm)
20,000 (6,096 m)
8100-Series
24 (0.2 mm2/0.5 mm)
12,000 (3,657m)
2
TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter
The TNCCSC-1 circuit pack converts ISDN-PRI to a DASS interface. DASS is a 2-Mbps
interface that uses a 75-Ohm coaxial transmission facility. One TNCCSC-1 circuit pack can
support up to two TN464 DS1 interface circuit packs. A Y-cable and an 888B 75-Ohm coaxial
adapter connect to the public network facility.
TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter
The TNCCSC-2 circuit pack converts ISDN-PRI to a DPNSS interface. DPNSS is a 2-Mbps
interface that uses a 75-Ohm coaxial transmission facility. One TNCCSC-2 circuit pack can
support up to two TN464 DS1 interface circuit packs. A Y-cable connects to the public network
facility.
TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter
The TNCCSC-3 circuit pack is the same as the TNCSSC-2 circuit pack with a 120-Ohm twisted
pair interface.
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TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter
The TN-C7 Provides a gateway interface between the TN464 circuit pack and the public
signaling network. The TN-C7 integrates DASS, DPNSS and SS7 into a single board type. The
TN-C7 supports international service provider call center customers. It is not designed for
operation in the US or Canada.
TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer
The TN-CIN Provides QSIG and private networking transparency on demand across a switched
network. The TN-CIN integrates up to three G.728 LD-CELP voice or fax circuits, six CAFT
voice or fax and two data circuits over a single separate digital link. The three or six voice or fax
circuits are presented as a G.703 E1 data stream that uses either QSIG peer-to-peer or
channel-associated signalling.
All voice or fax circuits support low bit rate voice compression at 8 Kbps to 16 Kbps when they
use CAFT, or at 16 Kbps when they use LD-CELP. LD-CELP voice compression supports fax
at V.29 (7200 bps). CAFT voice compression supports fax at V.27ter (4800 bps). The
Composite port supports V.11 and V.35 at speeds up to 128 Kbps.
The TN-CIN features an on-demand voice networking mode for use with time-based
communications links like ISDN. A high-speed data port using V.24 or V.11 or V.35 at up to
115.2 Kbps synchronous or V.24 at up to 115.2 Kbps asynchronous, that incorporates dynamic
bandwidth allocation (variable data clocking) is available for data applications. A low-speed
V.24 data port of up to 96 Kbps synchronous or 57.6 Kbps asynchronous is available for data
applications.
UN330B Duplication Interface
The UN330B duplication interface is used for the DEFINITY R configurations only.
In high-reliability and critical-reliability systems with two SPEs, one UN330B resides in each
SPE and connects to the other UN330B. The UN330Bs provide control and communication
paths between the SPEs to keep the standby SPE ready to assume control if the active SPE fails.
The UN330Bs select active/ standby mode for the two SPEs, shadow (copy) the active SPE
memory writes into the standby SPE memory, and support inter-SPE communications.
The duplication channel is a bi-directional high-speed path between the 2 SPEs. When memory
shadowing is active, all shadowed memory writes on the active processor’s bus are sent across
the link and written into the memory of the standby processor. Standby memory writes are not
sent to the active processor.
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Equipment Numbers and Description
UN331C Processor
The UN331C processor circuit pack is used in the DEFINITY R configurations only.
The UN331C controls the system and executes stored programs that perform call processing
activity and maintenance. The UN331C is a RISC that is designed around a MIPS R3000A
CPU that operates at 33 MHz. It employs 32-bit address and data buses to obtain and execute
instructions at a rate approaching one instruction per clock cycle. The 256-Kbyte instruction
cache with burst-mode refill and 256-Kbyte data cache are key to the performance of the
processor. A read and write buffer chip tailors the UN331C to the call processing environment.
Peripheral devices residing on the UN331C are positioned outside the CPU cache structure and
interface to the CPU through the read/write buffers. These peripherals include:
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512 Kbytes of ROM for the monitor
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Counters and timers
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UARTs
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Control, status and error registers
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Logic for bus arbitration and the Bus Time-Out feature
The UN331C interfaces to the 32-bit multiplexed address/data processor bus (PM-Bus) and the
32-bit processor expansion bus (PX-Bus). The PM-Bus is for all processor write operations and
single-word (4-byte) read operations. Multiple-word or burst reads are performed using the
PM-Bus to transfer the address to main memory. The words of the burst are then returned using
both the PM-Bus and PX-Bus.
UN332C Mass Storage/Network Control
for R
The UN332 provides an interface between the UN331C processor and the SCSI bus for access
to the mass storage system (MSS) such as a disk drive. The UN332 also provides TDM network
control for the PPN, and terminates one end of the processor-multiplexed bus.
The UN332C allows the interface of the switch to the TN2211 optic disk drive. The UN332C
circuit pack includes the SCSI Host Adapter, the ArchAngel, and the tone clock switching logic.
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media
Module
The MM710 terminates a T1/E1 connection. The MM710 has a built-in Channel Service Unit
(CSU) so that an external CSU is not necessary. See the following figure for an example of the
MM710.
Avaya™ MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
SO
ALM
TST
ACT
SIG
EI
SM EM
SI
EO
E1/T1
EIA 530A DCE
mmdc710 KLC 020402
Highlights of the MM710:
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Software selectable T1 or E1 operation
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An integrated CSU
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Both A-law (E1) and Mu-law (T1) gain control and echo cancellation ability
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D4, ESF, or CEPT framing
•
ISDN PRI capability (23B + D or 30B + D)
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AMI, ZCS, B8ZS (T1) or HDB3 (E1) line coding
•
Trunk signaling to support US and international CO or tie trunks
•
Echo cancellation in either direction
•
Fractional T1 support
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An OIC DB 25-pin interface
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A Bantam loopback jack that is used for testing of T1 or E1 circuits.
The MM710 supports the universal DS1 that conforms to the ANSI T1.403 1.544 Mbps T1
standard and to the ITU-T G.703 2.048 Mbps E1 standard.
NOTE:
The MM710 does not support Code Mark Inversion line coding used in Japan.
Echo Cancellation
The MM710 can cancel echoes in either direction for any DS0. The MM710 can cancel echoes
with tail-end delays up to 96 milliseconds. It is compatible with either A-law or Mu-law code.
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
CSU Function
The CSU functionality built into the MM710 ahs the following capabilities:
•
Capable of long-haul or short-haul transmission
•
Can receive signals as low as -36 dB
•
Can compensate for distances up to 655 feet in short-haul operation
•
Attenuation up to -22.5 dB can be programmed when driving repeaters for long-haul
transmission.
Loopback/BERT Functions
The loopback/BERT functionality in the MM710 has the following characteristics:
•
Provides a passive loopback for the far-end in an un-powered state
•
Can be set up for line or payload loopbacks.
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Supports incoming and outgoing ESF FDL requests
•
Can generate and respond to in-band loop up and loop down codes per ANSI-T1.403
•
Supports the generation and detection of test patterns as well as injection of bit errors for
Bit Error Rate Testing
E1 impedance
By itself, the MM710 can be configured for balanced 120-ohm E1 operation. An external balun
is required for 75-ohm unbalanced operation.
Bantam Jacks
Six bantam jacks on the faceplate provide access to the incoming and outgoing T1 signals or E1
signals:
•
SM permits passive monitoring of the incoming line.
•
EM permits passive monitoring of the outgoing line.
•
SO permits intrusive monitoring of the incoming signal from the network. When used,
the SO jack breaks the connection of that signal to the framer.
•
EI permits injection of a signal towards the framer. When used, the EI jack isolates the
network Rx signal.
•
SI permits injection of a signal towards the network. When used, the SI jack isolates the
framer Tx signal from going out to the network.
•
EO permits intrusive monitoring of the signal from the framer. When used, the EO jack
breaks the connection of that signal to the network jack, RJ48C.
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Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module
LEDs
Four LEDs are supported on the faceplate. These include the three standard Media Module
LEDs and the SIG LED that indicates the MM710 Media Module is receiving a valid signal
DB 25 DCE connector
This connector can be used to connect a DSU (data service unit) in a future release.
Loopback Jack
When your order a MM710, Avaya recommends that you include the optional 700A loop back
jack. With the loop back jack installed you can loop back the T1 up to the network facility
without a dispatch. If the MM710 is sold with an Avaya Service Agreement, the jack must be
ordered and installed to save time and money on service calls.
The jack is typically used for CO trunk installations. The jack is inserted as close to the network
or telco T1 facility as possible. When the jack is activated from the G700 Media Gateway, it sets
up loopbacks in both directions. The G700 Media Gateway can then send and receive a test
pattern to verify the function of the MM710 and T1 cable up to the network T1 facility. In
normal operation, the jack passes the T1 signals through undisturbed in both directions.
October 2002
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Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
Avaya MM711 Analog Media
Module
The MM711 provides analog trunk and telephone features and functionality. See the following
figure for an example of the MM711.
Avaya™ MM711 Analog Media Module
ALM
TST
ACT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
mmdc711 KLC 022702
The MM711 provides the administrator with the capability to configure any of the eight ports of
this analog circuit pack as:
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A loop start or a ground start central office trunk
•
A wink start or a immediate start Analog Direct Inward Dialing (DID) trunk
•
A 2-wire analog Outgoing CAMA E911 trunk, for connectivity to the PSTN
•
•
MF signaling is supported for CAMA ports
Analog, tip/ring devices such as single-line telephones with or without LED message
waiting indication
The MM711 also supports:
•
Type 1 and Type 2 Caller ID
•
Ring voltage generation for a variety of international frequencies and cadences
•
A hard-wired ground wire is added for each IROB-to-earth ground
External Interfaces: CO Trunk Side
The following requirements apply to the external interfaces on the CO trunk side:
•
The tip and ring default input impedance is 600 ohms. The default impedance can be
configured to accommodate other tip and ring impedances such as 900 ohms used in
Brazil and the complex impedance that is used in the European Union.
•
A hard-wired ground wire is added for each IROB-to-earth ground.
•
The MM711 supports DTMF, MF, and Pulsing.
•
The MM711 supports R2MFC address signaling, and provides -48 VDC for ports that
are set up as DID.
•
The MM711 supports DIOD for Japan.
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Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module
The following trunk types are supported:
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Loop start and ground start CO trunks
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DID
•
CAMA
Caller ID
The MM711 supports ICLID on analog CO loop-start trunks for all supported countries that
require this feature. It supports Type 1 CID devices, and firmware signaling requirements are
implemented on a per-port basis. The firmware supports these formats:
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Single Data Message Format (SDMF)
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Multiple Data Message Format (MDMF)
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Caller ID generation on Line Ports
The MM711 accommodates on-hook transmission, necessary to receive caller ID signals.
On an ICLID administered trunk, absence of ICLID information or error in transmission of
ICLID information will not prevent the call from being terminated, with the exception of Japan.
Analog Line Interface Requirements
The MM711 provides pass through for fax signals.
The MM711 supports analog telephone sets with:
•
An impedance range of Rs: 215 to 300 ohms; Rp: 750 to 1000 ohms; Cp: 115 to 220pF
•
A ringing frequency range of 20 Hz, 25 Hz, or 50 Hz
•
A DC current range of 20 to 60 mA
•
A hook flash range of 90 to 1000 ms
Companding
MM711 allows for A-law or mu-law selection at installation. This is a software-selectable
capability that applies to all ports on the MM711.
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Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module
Avaya MM712 DCP Media
Module
The MM712 allows connectivity of up to eight two-wire Digital Communications Protocol
(DCP) voice terminals. See the following figure for an example of the MM712.
Avaya™ MM712 DCP Media Module
ALM
TST
ACT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
mmdc712 KLC 022702
Hardware Interface
Signal timing specifications for the MM712 support TDM Bus Timing in receive and transmit
modes. The G700 Media Gateway supplies only +5 VDC and –48 VDC to the MM712 Media
Module. Any other required voltages must be derived on the module.
Loop range secondary protection is provided on the MM712. The MM712 is also
self-protecting from an over current condition on a tip and ring interface.
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Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module
Avaya MM720 BRI Media
Module
The MM720 contains eight ports that interface to the central office at the ISDN T reference
point. Information is communicated in two ways:
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Over two 64 Kb channels called B1 and B2
•
•
Can be circuit switched simultaneously
Over a 16 Kb channel called the D channel
•
Used for signaling
•
Occupies one time slot for all eight D channels
The circuit switched connections have a u-law or A-law option for voice operation. The circuit
switched connections operate as 64 Kb clear channels when in the data mode.
The MM720 BRI Media Module does not support the following:
•
BRI stations
•
Combining both B channels together to form a 128 Kb channel
October 2002
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
Avaya MM760 VoIP Media
Module
The MM760 is a clone of the motherboard VoIP engine. The MM760 provides an additional 64
VoIP channels with G.711 compression. See the following figure for an example of a MM760.
Avaya™ MM760 VoIP Media Module
ALM
TST
ACT
mmdc760 KLC 022702
The capacity of the MM760 is 64 G.711 TDM/IP simultaneous calls, or 32 compression codec,
G.729 or G.723, TDM/IP simultaneous calls. These call types can be mixed on the same
resource. In other words, the simultaneous call capacity of the resource is 64 G.711 Equivalent
Calls.
NOTE:
Customers who want an essentially non-blocking system must add an additional MM760
Media Module if they use more than two MM710 Media Modules in a single chassis. The
additional MM760 provides an additional 64 channels.
Ethernet Interface
The MM760 must have its own Ethernet address. The MM760 requires a 10/100 Base T
Ethernet interface to support H. 323 endpoints for DEFINITY® IP trunks and stations from
another G700 Media Gateway.
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Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module
Voice Compression
The MM760 supports on-board resources for compression and decompression of voice for G.
711 A-law and Mu-law, G. 729 and G. 729B, and G.723 (5.3K) and (6.3K).
The VoIP engine supports the following functionality:
•
RTP and RTCP interfaces
•
Dynamic jitter buffers
•
DTMF detection
•
Hybrid echo cancellation
•
Silence suppression
•
Comfort noise generation
•
Packet loss concealment
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Optional Components
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Optional Components for the S8100 Media Server
Optional Components for the
S8100 Media Server
Media Gateways
"The G600 Media Gateway" (page 139)
"The CMC1 Media Gateway" (page 136)
Circuit Packs for the S8100 Media Server
Power Circuit Packs
"650A AC Power Unit" (page 173)
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)" (page 179)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
October 2002
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Optional Components for the S8100 Media Server
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber" (page 205)
"TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber" (page 206)
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"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
Control Circuit Packs
"TN771DP Maintenance and Test" (page 188)
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN2314 S8100 Media Server" (page 208)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner" (page 190)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8100 Media Server
Adapters
"NAA1 Fiber Optic Cable Adaptor" (page 175)
Avaya Telephones for the S8100 Media
Server
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
Soundstation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
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Analog Phones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone" (page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
October 2002
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Optional Components for the S8300 Media Server
Optional Components for the
S8300 Media Server
Media Gateways
"The Avaya G700 Media Gateway" (page 143)
Media Modules for the G700 Media
Gateway
"Avaya MM710 T1/E1 Media Module" (page 216)
"Avaya MM711 Analog Media Module" (page 219)
"Avaya MM712 DCP Media Module" (page 221)
"Avaya MM760 VoIP Media Module" (page 223)
"Avaya MM720 BRI Media Module" (page 222)
Avaya Telephones for the S8300 Media
Server
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
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Optional Components for the S8300 Media Server
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone" (page 276)
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
Analog Telephones
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
Avaya Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
SoundStation
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in an IP Connect Configuration
Optional Components for the
S8700 Media Server in an IP
Connect Configuration
Media Gateways
"The G600 Media Gateway" (page 139)
"The Avaya G700 Media Gateway" (page 143)
Circuit Packs for IP Connect
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)" (page 179)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
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"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
Control Circuit Packs
"TN771DP Maintenance and Test" (page 188)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in an IP Connect Configuration
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN2312AP IP Server Interface" (page 206)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)" (page 194)
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
Avaya Telephones for the S8700 IP
Connect
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
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Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in an IP Connect Configuration
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
SoundStation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
Analog Telephones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephone
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone" (page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in an IP Connect Configuration
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
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Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a Multi-Connect Configuration
Optional Components for the
S8700 Media Server in a
Multi-Connect Configuration
Media Gateways
"The Avaya G700 Media Gateway" (page 143)
"The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151)
"The MCC1 Media Gateway" (page 159)
Circuit Packs for the S8700
Multi-Connect
Power Circuit Packs
"1217A AC Power Supply" (page 172)
"649A DC Power Unit" (page 173)
"676C DC Power Supply" (page 173)
"TN755B Neon Power Unit" (page 185)
"CFY1B Current Limiter" (page 174)
"TN2202 Ring Generator" (page 201)
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)" (page 179)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN754C DCP Digital Line (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a Multi-Connect Configuration
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
October 2002
239
240
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a Multi-Connect Configuration
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber" (page 205)
"TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber" (page 206)
"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
Control Circuit Packs
"TN570D Expansion Interface" (page 179)
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TN771DP Maintenance and Test" (page 188)
"TN775C Maintenance Board" (page 189)
"TN780 Tone Clock" (page 189)
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier (8 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN2312AP IP Server Interface" (page 206)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN787K Multimedia Interface" (page 189)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a Multi-Connect Configuration
"TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner" (page 190)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)" (page 179)
"TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)" (page 194)
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
Avaya Telephones for the S8700
Multi-Connect
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
October 2002
241
242
Optional Components
Optional Components for the S8700 Media Server in a Multi-Connect Configuration
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone" (page 276)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
SoundStation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
Analog Phones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone" (page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
Optional Components for
DEFINITY Server CSI
Media Gateways
"The CMC1 Media Gateway" (page 136)
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server CSI
Power Circuit Packs
"650A AC Power Unit" (page 173)
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
October 2002
243
244
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber" (page 205)
"TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber" (page 206)
"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
Control Circuit Packs
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier (8 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN2402 Processor" (page 210)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner" (page 190)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)" (page 179)
"TN750C Recorded Announcement (16 channels)" (page 184)
"TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)" (page 194)
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
October 2002
245
246
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
Adapter
"NAA1 Fiber Optic Cable Adaptor" (page 175)
Avaya Telephones for DEFINITY Server
CSI
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone" (page 276)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
SoundStation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server CSI
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
Analog Telephones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone" (page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
October 2002
247
248
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
Optional Components for the
DEFINITY Server SI
Media Gateways
"The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151)
"The MCC1 Media Gateway" (page 159)
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server SI
Power Circuit Packs
"1217A AC Power Supply" (page 172)
"631DA1 AC Power Unit" (page 172)
"631DB1 AC Power Unit" (page 172)
"649A DC Power Unit" (page 173)
"676C DC Power Supply" (page 173)
"982LS Current Limiter" (page 174)
"TN755B Neon Power Unit" (page 185)
"CFY1B Current Limiter" (page 174)
"TN2202 Ring Generator" (page 201)
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)" (page 179)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN754C DCP Digital Line (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
October 2002
249
250
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber" (page 205)
"TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber" (page 206)
"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
Control Circuit Packs
"TN570D Expansion Interface" (page 179)
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TN771DP Maintenance and Test" (page 188)
"TN775C Maintenance Board" (page 189)
"TN780 Tone Clock" (page 189)
"TN792 Duplication Interface" (page 191)
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier (8 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN2401 Network Control/Packet Interface for SI" (page 209)
"TN2404 Processor" (page 210)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN787K Multimedia Interface" (page 189)
"TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner" (page 190)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)" (page 179)
"TN750C Recorded Announcement (16 channels)" (page 184)
"TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)" (page 194)
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
Avaya Telephones for DEFINTIY Server
SI
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
October 2002
251
252
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
Soundstation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
Analog Phones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone"
(page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for the DEFINITY Server SI
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
October 2002
253
254
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
Optional Components for
DEFINITY Server R
Media Gateways
"The SCC1 Media Gateway" (page 151)
"The MCC1 Media Gateway" (page 159)
Circuit Packs for DEFINITY Server R
Power Circuit Packs
"1217A AC Power Supply" (page 172)
"631DA1 AC Power Unit" (page 172)
"631DB1 AC Power Unit" (page 172)
"649A DC Power Unit" (page 173)
"676C DC Power Supply" (page 173)
"TN755B Neon Power Unit" (page 185)
"CFY1B Current Limiter" (page 174)
"TN2202 Ring Generator" (page 201)
Line Circuit Packs
"TN479 Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 178)
"TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire S/T-NT Interface (12 ports)" (page 179)
"TN726B Data Line (8 ports)" (page 181)
"TN746B Analog Line (16 ports)" (page 182)
"TN754C DCP Digital Line (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports)" (page 186)
"TN769 Analog Line (8 ports)" (page 187)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
"TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports)" (page 191)
"TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 192)
"TN797 Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8 ports)" (page 193)
"TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports)" (page 198)
"TN2185B ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire, 8 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2198B ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire, 12 ports)" (page 200)
"TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 203)
"TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16 ports) (International Offers or US
and Canada Offer B only)" (page 203)
"TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports)" (page 204)
"TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports)" (page 211)
Trunk Circuit Packs
"TN429D Incoming Call Line Identification (ICLID)" (page 175)
"TN459B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 176)
"TN464GP DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) or E1 (32-Channel)" (page 176)
"TN465C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 177)
"TN747B Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 183)
"TN753B Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 184)
"TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports)" (page 186)
"TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 Channel)" (page 186)
"TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 196)
"TN2140B Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2146 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
October 2002
255
256
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
"TN2147C Central Office Trunk (8 ports)" (page 197)
"TN2184 DIOD Trunk (4 ports)" (page 199)
"TN2199 Central Office Trunk (3-wire, 4 ports)" (page 201)
"TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-Channel) and E1 (32-Channel)" (page 201)
"TN2209 Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports)" (page 202)
"TN2242 Digital Trunk" (page 205)
"TN2305B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Multi-Mode Fiber" (page 205)
"TN2306B ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber" (page 206)
"TN2308 Direct Inward Dialing Trunk (8 ports)" (page 206)
"TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-Channel)" (page 208)
"TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,T1/E1" (page 210)
Control Circuit Packs
"TN570D Expansion Interface" (page 179)
"TN572 Switch-Node Clock" (page 180)
"TN573B Switch-Node Interface for DEFINITY R" (page 180)
"TN771DP Maintenance and Test" (page 188)
"TN744E Call Classifier and Tone Detector (8 ports)" (page 182)
"TN775C Maintenance Board" (page 189)
"TN780 Tone Clock" (page 189)
"TN799DP Control LAN (C-LAN) Interface" (page 193)
"TN1648B System Access and Maintenance (SYSAM)" (page 194)
"TN1650B Memory" (page 195)
"TN1655 Packet Interface" (page 196)
"TN1657 Disk Drive" (page 196)
"TN2182C Tone Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier (8 ports)" (page 198)
October 2002
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
"TN2211 Optical Drive" (page 202)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"UN330B Duplication Interface" (page 213)
"UN331C Processor" (page 214)
"UN332C Mass Storage/Network Control for R" (page 214)
Service Circuit Packs
"TN433 Speech Synthesizer" (page 175)
"TN725B Speech Synthesizer" (page 181)
"TN787K Multimedia Interface" (page 189)
"TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner" (page 190)
"TNCCSC-1 PRI to DASS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-2 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TNCCSC-3 PRI to DPNSS Converter" (page 212)
"TN-C7 PRI to SS7 Converter" (page 213)
"TN-CIN Voice, Fax and Data Multiplexer" (page 213)
Application Circuit Packs
"TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System (part of ED-1E568)" (page 179)
"TN750C Recorded Announcement (16 channels)" (page 184)
"TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface)" (page 194)
"TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL)" (page 211)
Port Circuit Packs
"TN577 Packet Gateway" (page 180)
"TN2302AP IP Media Processor" (page 205)
"TN789B Radio Controller" (page 190)
October 2002
257
258
Optional Components
Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
Avaya Telephones for the DEFINITY
Server R
IP Telephones
"Avaya 4602 IP Telephone" (page 262)
"Avaya 4606 IP Telephone" (page 263)
"Avaya 4612 IP Telephone" (page 264)
"Avaya 4620 IP Telephone" (page 265)
"Avaya 4624 IP Telephone" (page 266)
"Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone" (page 268)
Digital Telephones
"Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone" (page 269)
"Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone" (page 274)
"Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone" (page 275)
"Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone" (page 276)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital Telephones" (page 270)
"Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone" (page 271)
"Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone" (page 272)
"Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone" (page 273)
Soundstation Speakerphones
"3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone" (page 284)
"3127 SoundStation Speakerphone" (page 285)
"3127 SoundStation Premier Audoconferencing Speakerphone" (page 286)
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Optional Components for DEFINITY Server R
Analog Phones
"Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals" (page 279)
"Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone" (page 280)
"Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone" (page 281)
Avaya Explosive Atmosphere Telephones
"Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephone" (page 282)
Wireless
"Avaya TransTalk 9040" (page 282)
Consoles
"Avaya 302D Attendant Console" (page 277)
"Avaya Softconsole" (page 277)
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Avaya Telephones
Avaya IP Telephones
Avaya 4602 IP Telephone
The Avaya 4602 is an entry level IP telephone with 2 call appearances.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4602 IP telephone:
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2 x 24 character display
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2 call appearances
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Global ready
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Fixed button for voice mail retrieval
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One way speaker
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Seven fixed feature buttons that include the following:
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Speaker
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Mute
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Hold
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Transfer
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Conference
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Drop
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Redail
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Supports Power over Ethernet
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Supports Quality of Service features including RTCP and RSVP’
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Wall or desk mount
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10/100Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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10/100Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Integrated Ethernet repeater hub for optional PC connection
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Supports G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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Supports H.323 V2
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the button labeled five for the visually
impaired
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Message waiting light (LED)
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Hearing aid compatible
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Adjustable volume control
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Available in dark gray
Avaya 4606 IP Telephone
The 4606 IP telephone is a fully Internet-capable set supporting Internet Protocol (IP) standards,
providing extensive telephone features and functionality in both the handset and speakerphone.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4606 IP telephone:
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Six programmable appearance or feature buttons with dual red and green LEDs
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Five fixed feature buttons that include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold
button, the volume button
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Three fixed feature buttons under display which include: the conference button, the
transfer button, and the redial button
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2-line by 16-character LCD display
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Full duplex speakerphone with echo cancellation
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10/100Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Integrated Ethernet repeater hub for optional PC connection
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Supports G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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Supports H.323 V2
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IP address assignment using DHCP or statically configured
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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Supports CTI applications from the Avaya Softphone, and is CTI ready for other
applications
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Supports power over Ethernet
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Supports Quality of Service features including RTCP and RSVP
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Hearing aid compatible
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12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the button labeled five for the visually
impaired
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Message waiting light (LED)
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Integrated RJ-11 Headset Jack for direct connection of headset
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer
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Eight personalized ringing options
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K-Style handset with nine foot modular cord
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14-Foot modular line cord
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Available in black or white
Optional available components:
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12-Foot modular handset cord
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25-Foot modular line cord
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Base stand (15 degree angle)
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Avaya headsets
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Amplifier handset
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Noisy environment handset
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Push-to-talk handset
Avaya 4612 IP Telephone
The 4612 IP telephone is a fully Internet-capable set supporting IP standards, providing
extensive telephone features and functionality in both the handset and speakerphone.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4612 IP telephone:
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12 Programmable appearance or feature buttons with dual red and green LEDs
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Eight fixed feature buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold
button, the transfer button, the conference button, the redial button, and the volume
control button
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Softkeys that are located under the display for the browser user interface
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2-line by 24-character LCD display
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Full duplex speakerphone with echo cancellation
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10/100 Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Integrated Ethernet repeater hub for optional PC connection
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G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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H.323 V2
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IP address assignment using DHCP or statically configured.
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other
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Supports CTI applications from the Avaya Softphone and is CTI ready for other
applications
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Supports power over Ethernet
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Supports Quality of service features including RTCP and RSVP
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Supports external 30A Switched Hub adapter
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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Hearing aid compatible
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A 12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the button labeled five for the
visually impaired.
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A message waiting light (LED)
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An integrated RJ-11 Headset Jack for direct connection of headset
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer.
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Eight personalized ringing options
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K-Style handset with nine foot modular cord
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14-Foot modular line cord
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Available in black or white
Optional available components:
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12-Foot modular handset cord
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25-Foot modular line cord
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Base stand (15 degree angle)
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Avaya headsets
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Amplifier handset
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Noisy environment handset
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Push-to-talk handset
Avaya 4620 IP Telephone
Avaya 4620 IP telephone provides advanced feature functionality with an intuitive and
innovative user interface. The Avaya 4620 can provide telephony, speed dial, call log, and Web
browsing functionality. The Avaya 4620 can use either the resident or thin-client approach.
With the resident or thick-client software installed, the Avaya 4620 holds the complete software
for all the applications. The Avaya server handles the call control. With thin-client software
installed, a MultiVantage server still handles call control. A separate application server in
conjunction with the MultiVantage controls most of the display.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4620 IP telephone:
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High end feature set
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Large screen graphic display (168-by-132 pixel 4-grayscale)
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Advanced user interface, supporting 108 speed dialing buttons, 90 call log entries and up
to six redail buttons on the display
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Local call log and speed dial productivity applications
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WML browser capability
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Full duplex speakerphone with echo cancellation
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10/100Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Integrated Ethernet repeater hub for optional PC connection
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Supports G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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H.323 V2
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IP address assignment using DHCP or statically configured
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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24 call appearance or feature buttons with downloadable labels
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Integrated Ethernet switch
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Adjustable desk stand
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Function key expansion unit jack to support optional 24 button feature expansion unit
(EU24)
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Fully global ready using Icons
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Hearing aid compatible
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A 12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the button labeled five for the
visually impaired.
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A message waiting light (LED)
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Adjustable volume control
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Supports CTI applications from the Avaya Softphone and is CTI ready for other
applications
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Supports power over Ethernet
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Supports Quality of Service features including RTCP and RSVP
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FCC and CISPR Class B
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Can display network audio quality information during calls
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Four softkeys that are located under the display to enhance the user interface
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Available in dark gray
Avaya 4624 IP Telephone
The 4624 IP telephone is a fully Internet-capable set supporting IP standards, providing
extensive telephone features and functionality.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4624 IP telephone:
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24 Programmable appearance or feature buttons with dual red and green LEDs
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Eight fixed feature buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold
button, the transfer button, the conference button, the redial button, and volume control
button
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Four fixed navigation buttons which include: the menu button, the exit button, the
previous and next buttons
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Four softkeys that are located under the display
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Full duplex speakerphone with echo cancellation
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10/100 Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Integrated ethernet repeater hub for optional PC connection
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G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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H.323 V2
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Supports CTI applications from the Avaya Softphone and is CTI ready for other
applications
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Supports power over Ethernet
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Supports Quality of Service features including RTCP and RSVP
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Supports external 30A Switched Hub adapter
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IP Address assignment using DHCP or statically configured
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other applications
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Downloadable Firmware for future upgrades
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Hearing aid compatible
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12-Button touch tone dial pad with raised bar on the number five for the visually
impaired
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Message waiting light (LED)
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Integrated RJ-11 headset jack for direct connection of headset
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer
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Eight personalized ringing options
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K-Style handset with nine foot modular cord
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14-Foot modular line cord
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Available in black or white
Optional available components:
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12-Foot modular handset cord
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25-Foot modular line cord
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Base stand (15 degree angle)
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Avaya headsets
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Amplifier handset
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Noisy environment handset
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Push-to-talk handset
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Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone
The Avaya 4630 Screenphone is a fully Internet-capable IP appliance that supports IP standards.
The Avaya 4630 IP Screenphone provides a user-friendly window into IP enabled applications,
a full suite of MultiVantage™ software features, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) directory, and INTUITY™ AUDIX® voice mail features. Up to seven telephony
related applications are provided through a unique user interface, developed with ease-of-use
and minimal touch access in mind.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 4630 Screenphone:
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1/4 VGA color touch-screen display
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Five fixed feature buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold
button, the headset button, and the volume control button
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Full duplex speakerphone with echo cancellation
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120 total speed dial buttons organized into groups for easier access
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100 total entries in the call log of incoming and outgoing calls
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Up to eight redial buttons can be presented on the display
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10/100 Base-T Ethernet network connection with RJ-45 interface
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Directory access to corporate telephone directory information on a LDAP server
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Voice mail access to Web based voice mail messaging capabilities of UCC’s Avaya Web
Messaging
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User-costomizable stock ticker
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Access to Web-based information, including support for downloading Java applets
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G.711, G.729A, and G.729B audio voice coders
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H.323 V2
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IP address assignment using DHCP or statically configured
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Infrared port to support IR dialing and other applications
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Supports CTI applications from the Avaya Softphone and is CTI ready to other
applications
•
Supports power over Ethernet
•
Supports Quality of Service features including RTCP and RSVP
•
Supports external 30A Switched Hub adapter
•
Can display network audio quality information during calls
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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Hearing aid compatible
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12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the number five for the visually
impaired
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Message waiting light (LED)
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Integrated RJ-11 headset jack for direct connection of headset
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer
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K-Style handset with nine foot modular cord
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14-Foot modular line cord
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Available in black or white
Optional available components:
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12-Foot modular handset cord
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25-Foot modular line cord
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Base stand
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Avaya headsets
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Amplifier handset
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Noisy environment handset
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Push-to-talk handset
Avaya Digital Telephones
Avaya 2420 Digital Telephone
The Avaya 2420 is a two-wire digital telephone. The display of the Avaya 2420 consists of a
monochrome liquid crystal display (LCD) which is 29 characters wide by 7 lines tall. Display
characters are defined by a 5 column by 8 row matrix of dots which is used to support 5 x 7 dot
European or Katakana characters.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 2420 telephone:
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7 line x 29 character LCD
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Handset and 12 button dialpad
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Adjustable viewing angle
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Wall mountable
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Eight general purpose buttons to access up to 24 system call appearance or features
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Downloaded call appearance or feature button labels
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Four local softkey feature buttons
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Exit, previous, and next buttons for display navigation
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Highly visible message waiting indicator
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Message button for expedited access to voice mail
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Conference, transfer, drop, hold, and redial buttons
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Headset jack that is separate from the handset jack
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Built-in speakerphone with group listen operation
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Speaker, headset, mute buttons, each with LED indicators
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Volume up or down buttons for handset, headset, speakerphone and ringer
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100 Entry Call Log (total incoming answered, incoming unanswered, and outgoing calls)
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Downloadable firmware for future upgrades
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Automatic Gain Control on all audio interfaces
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Electronically stored part ID and serial number for use with Automatic Customer
Telephone Rearrangement
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Optional 24 button feature key expansion unit
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Optional analog interface application module
Avaya 6402 and The Avaya 6402D Digital
Telephones
The Avaya 6402 and the 6402D are single line digital telephones. The difference between the
Avaya 6402 and the Avaya 6402D is the Avaya 6402D is equipped with a two line by 24
character display.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 6402 telephone:
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Built-in group listening speaker
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Six Fixed buttons which include: the speaker button, the feature button, the hold button,
the redial button, the transfer button, and the conference button
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The feature button allows access by way of the dialpad, to 12 MultiVantage features that
do not require indicators or display messages.
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer.
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Two-wire connectivity through a digital line circuit packs.
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Internal self test for the LEDs.
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Choice of eight ringing patterns.
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Can be used with or without the stand.
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Desk or wall mountable.
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Matching nine foot (2.7 m) handset cord and a 7 foot (2.1 m) modular line cord.
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Available in dark gray and white.
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No Adjunct jack interface for external speakerphones or headset modules
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Headsets must be connected through the handset.
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Avaya 6408D+ Digital Telephone
The 6408D+ is a digital telephone with eight buttons.
The following are characteristics of the 6408D+ telephone:
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Two line by 24 character LCD display showing time and date when the telephone is in an
idle status
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Tiltable display with three viewing angles.
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Eight call appearance and feature buttons with dual LEDs.
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Built-in 2-way speakerphone which can also be optioned as a 1-way group listening
speaker.
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Six fixed buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold button, the
redial button, the transfer button, and the conference button.
NOTE:
Drop must be administered on a softkey.
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Twelve system features can be administered on softkeys associated with the display.
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Four buttons to access softkey features such as: the menu button, the exit button, the
previous button, and the next button
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When the headset feature is administered, it is no longer necessary to take handset off
hook to answer a call.
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer.
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Message Waiting Light (LED)
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2-wire connectivity through 2-wire Digital line circuit packs only.
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Accepts download from MultiVantage™ software of voice and touchtone transmission
parameters as required by each country
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Internal self test to determine if LEDs light
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Choice of eight ringing patterns
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Line powered
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Can be used with or without stand.
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Desk or wall mountable
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Matching nine foot (2.7 m) handset cord and a seven foot (2.1 m) modular line cord.
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Available in dark gray and white.
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Avaya 6416D+M Digital Telephone
The Avaya 6416D+M telephone is a multi-appearance digital telephone with 16 call
appearances or feature buttons.
The Avaya 6416D+M comes equipped with a modular plug that allows you to install a 100A tip
and ring module to the desktop stand on the telephone for increased set functionality. The 100A
tip and ring module provides a connection to adjuncts such as answering machines, fax
machines, modems, analog speakerphones, and hearing impaired TDD machines.
A XM24 expansion module can be connected to any Avaya 6416D+M telephone to expand the
number of buttons you can use. However, when the expansion module is connected you must
connect an auxiliary power supply to the telephone. An 1151B1 local power supply or an
1151B2 local power supply with battery holdover is recommended.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 6416D+M telephone:
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24 Call appearance or feature buttons with dual LEDs
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10 fixed features buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the
conference button, the transfer button, the hold button, the redial button, the menu
button, the exit button, the previous button, and the next button
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12 assignable soft key features associated with the display
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A built-in two-way programmable speakerphone can be optioned by user on an
individual call basis for group listening
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Headset jack for direct connection of headset
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer
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12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar for the visually impaired
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Message waiting light (LED)
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Eight personalized ringing options
•
K-Style handset with nine foot modular cord
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14-Foot modular line cord
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Pull-out feature reference card tray
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Can be wall or desk mounted
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International portability
•
Downloadable transmission parameters
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Available in gray or white
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Meets Class B requirements for use in residential locations
Optional available components:
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12-Foot modular handset cord
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25-Foot modular line cord
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HIC-1 Headset interface cord
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Headset modular base unit M12LUCM
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Avaya headset
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Amplifier handset
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Noisy environment handset
The approximate dimensions of the 6416D+M are:
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Width = 10.35 inches (26.35 cm)
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Depth (front to back) = 8.5 inches (21.59 cm)
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Height (with deskstand and handset in place) = 4.75 inches (12.07 cm)
Avaya 6424D+M Digital Telephone
The Avaya 6424D+M telephone is a multi-appearance digital telephone with 24 call
appearances and feature buttons.
The Avaya 6424D+M comes equipped with a modular plug that allows you to install a 100A tip
and ring module to the desktop stand on the telephone for increased set functionality. Through
the 100A tip and ring module you can connect adjuncts such as, answering machines, fax
machines, modems, analog speakerphones, and hearing impaired TDD machines.
A XM24 expansion module can be connected to any Avaya 6416D+M telephone to expand the
number of buttons you can use. However, when the expansion module is connected you must
connect an auxiliary power supply to the telephone. An 1151B1 local power supply or an
1151B2 local power supply with battery holdover is recommended.
The following are characteristics of the 6424D+M telephone:
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Two line x 24 character LCD display showing time and date when the telephone is in an
idle status.
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A tiltable display with three viewing angles.
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A 24 call appearance and feature buttons with dual LEDs
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Built-in 2-way speakerphone which can also be optioned as 1-way group listening
speaker
•
Six fixed feature buttons which include: the speaker button, the mute button, the hold
button, the redial button, the transfer button, and the conference buttons.
•
Twelve system features that can be administered on the softkeys associated with the
display.
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Four buttons to access softkey features such as menu, exit, previous, and next.
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Only one next button that is used with the softkeys and the directory function.
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A ribbon connector under the telephone to connect optional modules that fit into the
stand.
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Headset jack under telephone, next to handset jack, for direct connection of headset.
•
When the headset feature is administered, it is not necessary to take handset off
hook to answer telephone when using a headset.
•
When using headset via headset feature button, handset becomes listen-only for
monitoring until headset button turned off.
•
No adjunct jack interface for external S201/S203 speakerphone adjuncts or headset
adjuncts
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When system administrator provides the user with permission, a user may add, remove
or rearrange the certain features on their call appearance and feature buttons.
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker and ringer.
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Message waiting light
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Supports optional XM24 expansion module that allows for an additional 24 call
appearance and feature buttons with dual LEDs.
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2-wire connectivity through 2-wire digital line circuit packs only
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Internal self test
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Choice of eight ringing patterns
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Can be used with or without stand when the 100A Analog Interface module not in stand.
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Desk or wall mountable. If 100A Analog Interface Module is connected, the telephone
can not be wall mounted.
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Available in dark gray and white.
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Meets Class B requirements for use in residential location.
The Avaya 6424D+M telephone is powered from the system it is connected to. Adjunct station
or closet power is necessary only when connecting an XM24 expansion module or the 100A
Analog Interface Module. If both modules are connected to the 6424D+M, only one power
supply is necessary. The 6424D+M will continue to work if the auxiliary power is interrupted,
but the modules will not work.
Avaya Callmaster IV (603F) Digital Telephone
The Avaya Callmaster IV is engineered to support applications involving the Automatic Call
Distribution (ACD) feature. The ergonomic design of the Avaya Callmaster IV enables agents
to handle large volumes of calls more quickly and efficiently. VuStats, a display of agent and
call center statistics on the Avaya Callmaster IV, provides agents with real-time information.
The Avaya Callmaster IV will work in either a 4-wire or 2-wire environment. The Avaya
Callmaster IV can automatically detect whether it is plugged into a 2-wire or 4-wire circuit.
This detection provides for an easy transition to either the 2-wire or 4-wire environment, as well
as reduced wiring expenses and installation change adjustments.
The Avaya Callmaster IV includes as standard a built-in Recorder Interface Module (RIM) that
supports both 2-wire and 4-wire connections to agent recording equipment.
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The Avaya Callmaster IV meets FCC and CISPR Class B requirements allowing the telephone
to be used in home office environments with a DEFINITY® Extender.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya Callmaster IV:
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Six rubber domed administrable call appearance or flexible feature buttons
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15 Rubber domed administrable flexible feature buttons
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Eight fixed feature buttons such as: the conference button, the transfer button, the drop
button, the hold button, the mute button, the volume button, the release button, and the
login button
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80 character alphanumeric LCD display
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12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the number five for the visually
impaired
•
Message waiting light (LED)
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Recorder interface module
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Adjunct jack for speakerphone
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Dual headset jacks
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Eight personalized ringing options
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Receiver and ringer volume control
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Stand for desk
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International portability
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Amplifier handset
Avaya Callmaster V (607A) Digital Telephone
The Avaya Callmaster V has been specially designed to support applications involving the ACD
feature. The ergonomic design of the Avaya Callmaster V enables agents to handle large
volumes of calls more quickly and efficiently. VuStats display of agent and call center statistics
on the Avaya Callmaster V provides agents with real-time information.
The Avaya Callmaster V has the same look and feel of the 6400 series telephones. There are two
significant additional features that maximize the value of this telephone in a Call Center
environment:
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2-Built-in Headset Jacks
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Built-in Recorder Interface Module (RIM) with Warning Tone. The RIM will support
recording of both the agent’s and caller’s voice on a voice activated analog tape recorder.
A soft beep warning tone is repeated every 13.5 seconds to notify the agent and calling
party that the call is being recorded. The warning tone may be de-activated by the user.
The Avaya Callmaster V meets FCC and CISPR Class B requirements allowing the telephone to
be used in home office environments with a DEFINITY Extender.
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The following are characteristics of the Callmaster V telephone:
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16 Dual LED call appearance or feature buttons
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An adjustable 48 character liquid crystal display
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10 Fixed feature buttons such as: the speaker button, the mute button, the conference
button, the transfer button, the hold button, the redial button, the menu button, the exit
button, the previous button, and the next button
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12 assignable soft key features associated with the display
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One-way listen-only speaker for group listening, dialing while the handset in place, or
hands free listening
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Adjustable volume control for the handset, speaker, and ringer
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Works in a 2-wire environment
Avaya Callmaster VI (606A) Digital Telephone
The Callmaster VI is a small digital voice telephone used with the application software running
on a PC. Powered from the PBX, the Callmaster VI connects to the PC by way of a standard
EIA or TIA-574 serial port interface.
The following are the characteristics of the Avaya Callmaster VI:
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Two headset input jacks, both usable at the same time
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Optional headset with custom cable
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Message waiting indicator
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Five pre-set buttons:
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Headset on and off
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Mute
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Two call appearances
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Release
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Three administrable feature buttons
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Voice announcement recording feature:
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Up to six announcements that are 9.6 seconds in length
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Announcements can be played automatically for incoming calls
FCC and CISPR Class B
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Avaya Attendant Consoles
Avaya 302D Attendant Console
The Avaya 302D Attendant Console is a 2-wire unit with an optional 26C expansion
module.The Avaya 302D cannot be used in a 4-wire environment.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 302D attendant console:
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Comes in three colors: dark gray, black and white
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Power is required from the desktop or the telephone closet
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All 302D Attendant Consoles are desk mounted only.
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Supports optional 26C Selector Console:
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Provides attendants access to 20 hundreds-groups with 100 buttons within each
group
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Busy or idle status display for each button
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The display is 1x40 and supports Katakana, Roman and Euro font Character set. Label
Languages are Japanese, English, French, Dutch, Spanish Latin America, Italian,
German, Canadian French, Brazilian Portuguese. Two labels are included with each
302D console.
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Handset/Headset connection is moved to the front and is a single modular plug. For
headset an H1C or M12L is Optional.
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Service observing must be done through the MultiVantage Software via the feature of
Service Observing. An optional Training-Y connector can be used in conjunction with
headset connection for desktop listen only supervisor support.
Avaya Softconsole
Avaya Softconsole is a software attendant console solution. Avaya Softconsole is available for
industry standard IP and Avaya Digital Communications Protocol (DCP). IP connectivity is
available in both Voice over IP configuration (road warrior) and dual connection
(telecommuter) for toll quality audio.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya Softconsole:
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Busy Lamp Fields (BLF), directory and display windows may all be on the same screen
and the same time.
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Flexible screen arrangement for the attendant that is saved from session to session.
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Application window scales intelligently from a minimum useful size to full screen.
Useful information is added to the display as the attendant increases the window size.
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On request line status such as on and off-hook displayed for the selected entry in the
directory window.
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Queue status display
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Feature buttons offered as tools in multiple tool bars with pop-up, full word, tool tip
displays for each.
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32-bit Application
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Maximum of 100 directories
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Ability to generate e-mail to users at the click of a tool bar button or keyboard command
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Step-by-step wizard for both installation and initial administration with help and warning
text presented with each step.
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Targeted to reduce service call volumes for installation assistance.
MasterDirectory Data Manager
MasterDirectory Data Manager is included as part of Avaya Softconsole. It is a database
application that is specifically designed for directory data management. It serves as an
information management tool–importing and consolidating directory information from voice
and data systems, and exporting it to directory-enabled applications. MasterDirectory can
import/export and transfer data via standards-based protocols, including:
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ODBC – Open Data Base Connectivity
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LDAP – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
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FTP – File Transfer Protocol
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SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
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CSV – text delimited files
Using these protocols MasterDirectory can:
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Extract data from multiple sources
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Apply filters and business logic to consolidate data
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Populate directory services and databases for use by applications
For example, MasterDirectory can collect information from multiple Avaya Media Servers,
consolidate the data with Human Resource databases, and send the processed data to an LDAP
directory service used by phone attendant applications, Internet white and yellow pages, and
other applications.
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Avaya Telephones
Avaya Analog Telephones
Avaya 2500 and The Avaya 2554 Analog Terminals
The Avaya 2500 and the Avaya 2554 series telephones are made up of several analog telephones
that are basically the same but are equipped with small different attributes. The models include:
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The 2500 MMGN desk model telephone
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The 2500 MMGL desk model telephone
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The 2500 YMGL desk model telephone
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The 2500 YMGP desk model telephone
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The 2500 MMGM desk model telephone
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The 2554 MMGN wall model telephone
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The 2554 MMGM wall model telephone
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The 2554 YMGP wall model telephone
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The 2554 YMGM wall model telephone
All Avaya 2500 and 2554 telephones are single appearance analog telephones with conventional
touch-tone dialing. The 2500 MMGL, 2500 MMGM and 2554 MMGM telephones have NO
feature buttons. The 2500 YMGL, 2500 YMGM, 2554 YMGP, and 2554 YMGM telephones
are equipped with a flash button, a message waiting light, a redail button, a hold button and a
mute button. All six of these telephone models provide access to features through the use of the
* or # dial pad keys and the appropriate feature access codes.
The following are physical features of the Avaya 2500 and Avaya 2554 telephones:
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The 2500 MMGN and 2554 MMGN telephones are manufactured without Positive
Disconnect and without a FLASH button. 2500 YMGP and 2554 YMGP have Positive
Disconnect permanently enabled. When the FLASH button is depressed, access is
provided to switch features as provided. When the switchhook is depressed, the call is
automatically disconnected and a dial tone is provided for a completely new call.
•
Older models have Positive Disconnect switch on the bottom of the telephone has
two positions: ON and OFF.
•
The ON position hangs up the telephone for approximately two seconds,
even if the switchhook depression is less.This prevents inadvertent
switchhook flashes.To initiate switchhook flash in this mode, press the
FLASH button.
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In the OFF position, the switchhook will function normally
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K-type handset
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All of the 2500 Series telephones are equipped with a 12-button touch-tone dial pad.
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All of the 2500 Series telephones contain two jacks. The handset cord jack is on the left
side of the telephone. The line cord jack is on the right rear of the set.
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All of the 2554 Series telephones have one jack and one mounting cord. The handset
cord jack is on the bottom of the telephone. The line cord is on the rear of the telephone
to plug into the wall outlet.
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Two cords are supplied with all four of these 2500 Series model telephones: a coiled
6-foot modular handset cord and a 7-foot modular line cord. Optional longer cords are
available: a 12-foot handset cord, and 14-foot and 25-foot line cords. Two cords are
supplied with 2554 Series model telephones: a coiled 6-foot modular handset cord and a
permanently attached 4-inch modular mounting cord. An optional longer 12-foot handset
cord is available.
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All of the 2500 Series telephones have an electronic tone ringer. There is a 3-position
ringer volume control located on the bottom of the 2500 telephone and the side of the
2554 telephone.
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The 2500 MMGL, 2500 MMGM, 2500 YMGP, and 2500 YMGM telephones can only
be desk-mounted. They cannot be wall-mounted. The 2554 MMGL, 2554 MMGM and
2554 YMGP telephones are wall-mounted telephones. They cannot be desk-mounted.
•
All of the 2500 Series telephones are available in black or misty cream.
•
All of the Avaya 2500 and the Avaya 2554 Series telephones are powered by the tip and
ring leads. The telephones do not require any external power supply.
•
All of the Avaya 2500 and the Avaya 2554 Series telephones can be used as an
emergency station during power failure transfer conditions. The 2554 sets can ONLY be
used as a Power Failure set in a Loop Start environment; the 2500 sets can be used as a
Power Failure set in either a Loop Start or a Ground Start environment. Use in a Ground
Start environment required the optional Modular Ground Start Button.
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These 2500 and 2554 telephones are FCC-registered.
Avaya 6211 Analog Telephone
The Avaya 6211 telephone is a single line analog telephone.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 6211 telephone:
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Seven foot modular line cord
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Handset volume control
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Ringer volume control
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Message waiting light
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Flash button
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Set hold button with LED Indicator
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Last number re-dial button
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A 12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the number five for the visually
impaired
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Positive disconnect via switchhook
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Can be desk or wall mounted
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Avaya Telephones
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RJ-11 data jack
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FCC approved for emergency power failure transfers
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Line powered
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Available in gray or white
Optional available components:
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A 12-foot handset cord
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A 14-foot line cord
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A 25-foot line cords
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Avaya headsets
Avaya 6219 Analog Telephone
The Avaya 6219 telephone is a single line analog telephone.
The following are characteristics of the Avaya 6219 telephone:
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A seven foot modular line cord
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Handset volume control
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Ringer volume control
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Message waiting light
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Flash button
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Set hold button with LED Indicator
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Last number redial button
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A 12-Button touch-tone dial pad with raised bar on the number five for the visually
impaired
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Positive disconnect via switchhook
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Desk and wall mounting available
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RJ-11 Data jack
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FCC approved for emergency power failure transfers
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Line powered
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Available in gray or white
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Ten repertory dialing buttons
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Personalized ringing
Optional available components:
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A 2-Foot handset cord
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14-Foot and 25-foot modular line cords
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Avaya headsets
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Avaya 2520B Explosive Atmosphere
Telephone
Explosive Atmosphere telephones are listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) for the
following explosive atmosphere classifications and conditions:
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Class I explosive gas or vapors, group B, C, and D
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Class II combustible dusts, group E, F, and G
They are not to be installed in locations where acetylene gas may become present in the
atmosphere.
The following are characteristics of the 2520B Explosive Atmosphere Telephones:
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Comes with a four foot handset cord
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Nine foot cord can be ordered as an option
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Standard 12 button touch tone dialpad with a raised bar on button labeled five for the
visually impaired
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No handset volume control, in compliance with the FCC Waiver
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Designed for wall mounting
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Available in black only
Avaya Wireless Telephones
Avaya TransTalk 9040
The Avaya TransTalk 9040 is a small wireless telephone with a full feature set, and
alphanumeric display give users complete control of their wireless communications.
The following are characteristics of the TransTalk 9040:
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A 1x16 alphanumeric display shows internal calling party information and the external
called number.
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The backlit display includes three rows for line or intercom terminations and
one-button feature access.
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Icons such as out-of-range, low battery, and message waiting are visible on the
display.
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Weighs just eight ounces
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Dimensions are 6" x 2" x 1"
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A maximum of 12 virtual button appearances for lines, intercoms, and features.Redial
Button: fixed redial for busy numbers.
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Replaceable Antenna: customers can replace their own antennas in case of breakage.
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•
Headset Option: works with the Supra (over-the-head) or Radium (over-the-ear) mobility
headsets. Can be used with the wireless headset for the MDW 9000 and MDW 9010 with
an adaptor. New 2.5mm jack makes connecting a headset to the 9040 easier than
ever.Backlit display: for easier use in poorly lit areas such as warehouses and
manufacturing plants.
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Vibrator Alert: for times when a ringing telephone would be intrusive (standard on all
Pocket Phones).
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Field registration: If a handset becomes needs to be replaced, only the handset needs to
be returned (i.e. the corresponding Radio Module does not have to be shipped back with
the handset). When a new handset is received, the user or technician simply registers it
with the appropriate DRM.
The following are the characteristics of the battery charge
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Batteries charge fully in 1.5 hours
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Batteries are discharged and recharged, which eliminates the memory effect that reduces
battery life (spare is automatically reconditioned; handset battery is reconditioned in the
cradle if manually selected)
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Users get 3.5 hours of talk time, and over 22 hours of standby time
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Users can continue to screen calls because the upright position keeps the display clearly
visible
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An optional extended-use battery, will provide up to eight hours of talk time and 72
hours of standby time.
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SoundPoint and SoundStation Speakerphones
SoundPoint and SoundStation
Speakerphones
3127 SoundPoint Speakerphone
The SoundPoint speakerphone adjunct connects to a telephone and provides high quality
audioconferencing for desktop environments. The Analog version plugs into any standard
analog phone jack. The DCP version plugs into the adjunct port of the 7400, 7500, 8400 and
8500 series terminals.
The full-duplex operation eliminates the clipping of speech and the de-reverberation technology
helps to reduce the hollow, “bottom of the well” sound associated with common speakerphones.
SoundPoint automatically adapts itself to both the room and line conditions in order to ensure
the best full-duplex operation. This is especially critical when you have multi-party
international conference calls operating over a bridge. Additionally, this adaptation is an
automatic and continuous process to accommodate for changing room conditions.
Highlights
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180° of microphone coverage – ideal for desktop applications
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Tabletop, user installable solution for ease of setup and use
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Neodymium speaker tuned to reproduce the human voice
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Avaya DM1000 Directional Microphone for best voice clarity
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Auto Answer capable for hands free applications
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Microphone muting for privacy
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Dual color LED for on and mute display lights
Models
3127-ATR: AVAYA SOUNDPOINT ANALOG
The analog version of SoundPoint plugs into any analog port or terminal and comes will all
appropriate cabling. In Addition, the analog version of SoundPoint can automatically answer
(Auto-Answer) calls placed to its extension.
3127-DCP: AVAYA SOUNDPOINT DCP
Connects to the adjunct port of the 7400, 7500, 8400 and 8500 series terminals for added
convenience. Comes with all appropriate cabling.
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SoundPoint and SoundStation Speakerphones
3127 SoundStation Speakerphone
The SoundStation speakerphone has three microphones providing 360 degree of coverage for
offices and small conference rooms. The amplified speaker provides enough audio for groups
of up to 10 people. The analog version plugs into any standard analog phone jack. The DCP
version plugs into the adjunct port of the 7102, 8102, 7400 and 8400 series terminals.
The full-duplex operation eliminates the clipping of speech and the Acoustic Clarity
Technology helps to eliminate background noise. SoundStation automatically adapts itself to
both the room and line conditions in order to ensure the best full-duplex operation. This is
especially critical when you have multi-party international conference calls operating over a
bridge. Additionally, this adaptation is an automatic and continuous process to accommodate
for changing room conditions.
Highlights
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360° of microphone coverage – ideal for desktop applications
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Digitally tuned speaker with Acoustic Clarity Technology™
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Full Duplex Operation – talk and listen at the same time
•
Tabletop, user installable solution for ease of setup and use
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Extension microphones available for up to 20 people
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Integrated dial pad
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Microphone muting for privacy
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Dual color LED for on and mute display
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Wireless, lapel microphone available for stand-up presenters
Models
3127-STD: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION ANALOG
The analog version of SoundStation plugs into any analog port or terminal and comes will all
appropriate cabling. Requiring just an analog line and a power outlet, this system is easy to
install and use. Good for groups of up to 10 people.
3127-EXP: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION EX ANALOG
This analog version of SoundStation includes two extension microphones, which can be used to
enhance the room coverage to support up to 15 people. Plugs directly into an analog port.
3127-DCS: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION DCP
The DCP version connects to the adjunct port of the 7102, 8102, 7400 and 8400 series
terminals. This SoundStation does not work with a 6400 series terminal. Comes with all
appropriate cabling and is user installable. Good for groups of up to 10 people.
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3127-DCE: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION EX DCP w/Mics
This DCP version of SoundStation includes two extension microphones, which can be used to
enhance the room coverage to support up to 15 people. The DCP version connects to the adjunct
port of the 7102, 8102, 7400 and 8400 series terminals. This SoundStation does not work
with a 6400 series terminal. Comes with all appropriate cabling and is user installable.
3127 SoundStation Premier
Audoconferencing Speakerphone
The SoundStation Premier speakerphone has three microphones providing 360° of coverage for
offices and small conference rooms. The amplified speaker provides enough audio for groups
of up to 25 people.
The analog version plugs into any standard analog phone jack, the DCP version plugs into the
adjunct port of the 7102, 8102, 7400 and 8400 series terminals and the 6400-SSDP version
plugs directly into a DCP jack.
The full-duplex operation eliminates the clipping of speech and the Acoustic Clarity
Technology helps to eliminate background noise. In addition, SoundStation Premier focuses a
microphone on the main speaker, effectively eliminating the hollow sound common with
standard speakerphones. Also included is a full feature remote control and Display.
SoundStation Premier automatically adapts itself to both the room and line conditions in order
to ensure the best full-duplex operation. This is especially critical when you have multi-party
international conference calls operating over a bridge. This adaptation is an automatic and
continuous process to accommodate for changing room conditions.
Highlights
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360° of microphone coverage – ideal for desktop applications
•
Digitally tuned speaker accurately reproduces the human voice
•
Full Duplex Operation – talk and listen at the same time
•
De-reverberation – reduces the hollow, bottom of the well sound
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Tabletop, user installable solution for ease of setup and use
•
Extension microphones available to support up to 25 people
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Integrated dial-pad and full-featured remote control
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Microphone muting for privacy
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Dual color LED for on and mute display
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Wireless, lapel microphone optional for stand-up presenters
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SoundPoint and SoundStation Speakerphones
Models
3127-APE: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION PREMIER EX ANALOG
The analog version of SoundStation Premier plugs into any analog port or terminal and comes
will all appropriate cabling. Expansion ports are available for adding on the optional extension
microphones. Requiring just an analog line and a power outlet, this system is easy to install and
use. Good for groups of up to 15 people.
3127-APX: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION PREMIER EX/MICS ANALOG
This analog version of SoundStation Premier EX/Mics includes two extension microphones,
which can be used to enhance the room coverage to support up to 25 people. Plugs directly into
an analog port.
3127-DPE: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION PREMIER DCP EX
A DCP version of SoundStation Premier EX connects to the adjunct port of the 7102, 8102,
7400 and 8400 series terminals. (Does not work with a 6400 Series Terminal.) Expansion
ports are available for adding on the optional extension microphones. Comes with all
appropriate cabling and is user installable. Good for groups of up to 15 people.
3127-DPX: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION PREMIER DCP EX w/Mics
This DCP version of SoundStation Premier EX includes two extension microphones, which can
be used to enhance the room coverage to support up to 25 people. The DCP version connects to
the adjunct port of the 7102, 8102, 7400 and 8400 series terminals. (Does not work with a
6400 Series Terminal.) Comes with all appropriate cabling and is user installable. Good for
groups of up to 25 people.
3127-DDP: AVAYA 6400-SSDP - SOUNDSTATION DCP PREMIER EX
A DCP version of SoundStation Premier EX that connects directly into a DCP Jack. It can work
with or without a terminal. It can work with any 6400, 7400 or 8400 series terminals.
Expansion ports are available for adding on the optional extension microphones. Comes with
all appropriate cabling and is user installable. Good for groups of up to 15 people.
3127-DDX: AVAYA 6400-SSDP - SOUNDSTATION DCP PREMIER w/Mics
This 6400-SSDP includes two extension microphones, which can be used to enhance the room
coverage to support up to 25 people. The 6400-SSDP connects directly into a DCP Jack. It can
work or without a terminal. It can work with any 6400, 7400 or 8400 series terminals. Comes
with all appropriate cabling and is user installable.
3127-MIC: AVAYA SOUNDSTATION WIRELESS LAPEL MIC
This clip-on microphone is designed for stand-up presenters. Consisting of a small
transmit/receive pack that clips onto your belt and collar, this microphone has a 100’ range and
comes in two individual frequencies.
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3127-PMI: EXTENSION MICROPHONES FOR SOUNDSTATION PREMIER
Two extension microphones to enhance and expand room coverage. Compatible with
3127-APE, 3127-DPE and 3127-DDP
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Site Requirements for the G600
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Rack Mounting, Temperature and Humidity Information for the G600 Media Gateway
Rack Mounting, Temperature
and Humidity Information for the
G600 Media Gateway
The G600 Media Gateway can be mounted in a standard 19-inch data rack that has been
properly pre-installed and secured as per the EIA 464 (or equivalent) standards. The G600
Media Gateway can be front mounted (as shipped) or mounted at its midpoint.
The customer must provide the rack and have it installed and secured prior to the G600 Media
Gateway installation. The customer must also provide AC power to the rack. The technicians
who install the G600 Media Gateway do not typically have the tools or proper training for data
rack installation.
Installation requires 1 foot (30 cm) of clearance in the rear, and 18 inches (45 cm) of clearance
in the front, which is consistent with the EIA 310 standards. In a two-cabinet configuration, the
dimensions of the TDM/LAN cable require that you mount the B cabinet directly over the A
cabinet.
The G600 Media Gateway must be installed in a well-ventilated area. Maximum equipment
performance is achieved at an ambient temperature between 40 and 120 °F (4 and 49 °C) for a
short-term operation of not more then 72 consecutive hours or 15 days in one year. A
continuous operation requires up to 110 °F (43 °C).
The relative humidity range is 10% to 95% at up to 84 °F (29 °C). Above this, maximum
relative humidity decreases from 95% down to 32% at 120 °F (49 °C). Installations outside
these limits may reduce system life or affect operation. The recommended temperature and
humidity range is 65 to 85 °F (18 to 29 °C) at 20% to 60% relative humidity.
Cabinet Power Source Information
Cabinet style and power
distribution unit
G600 Media Gateway-*AC
power supply (650A
integrated power supply)
*There
Power sources
Power input receptacles
Single phase 120-VAC with
neutral
120-VAC, 60 Hz NEMA
5-15R
Single phase 240-VAC with
neutral
24- VAC, 50 Hz IEC 320
Japan installations use country
specific receptacles for 100
VAC and 200 VAC, 50/60 Hz
is no integrated DC power supply. DC rectifiers can be used if desired; follow manufacturer’s instructions.
October 2002
Site Requirements for the G600 Media Gateway
Rack Mounting, Temperature and Humidity Information for the G600 Media Gateway
Circuit breakers for AC-powered G600 Media Gateway
G600 Media Gateway
Circuit Amperes
120 VAC, 60 Hz
15
240 VAC, 50 Hz
10
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Heat Dissipation for the G600 Media Gateway
Heat Dissipation for the G600
Media Gateway
The amount of heat dissipated required by a G600 Media Gateway configuration is described
below. These estimates are highly dependent on the inclusion of telephones with the Media
Gateways as well as the amount of time that the telephones are off-hook.
NOTE:
Typical systems assume typical trunking, sparing, call rate, and a typical mixture of
high-function and low function telephones. The following table shows estimates of heat
dissipation for the G600 Media Gateway.Worst-case systems assumes typical trunking and
call rate, but no spare slots and all ports configured with high functioning terminals. The
G600 Media Gateway that was tested used the worst case of 16 port analog circuit packs
fully populated with analog sets.
Typical G600 Media Gateway Heat
Dissipation Specifications
BTU Per Hour
# of G600 Media Gateways Only
G600 with Terminals
1
400
1000
2
900
2200
3
1400
3475
4
1900
4700
Worst case
3200
5150
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Site Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
Site Requirements for the G700
Media Gateway
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Environmental Considerations for the G700 Media Gateway
Environmental Considerations
for the G700 Media Gateway
The following table lists the environmental considerations for the G700 Media Gateway.
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Environmental Considerations for the G700 Media Gateway
Consideration
Description
Heat dissipation
The unit uses global AC, 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5
to 4.9 A, which translates to 360 to 400 Watts. However,
some is passed out the front, via -48VDC (up to 32 ports
at 1.5 Watts each for a total of 48 Watts).
Altitude and air pressure
Functions at altitudes of minus 197 feet to 10,000 feet.
Air pressure is not specified.
Temperature and humidity
Long term operation at +5 to +40 C at 5 to 85%
humidity. Short term operation at -5 to 50 C, at 5 to 90%
humidity, noncondensing.
Air purity
Indoor environments that are suitable for continuous
human occupancy.
Lightning
The user is protected under the UL codes against
overvoltage in the system. However, the system itself is
susceptible to overvoltage (i.e. lightning) depending on
the configuration. The loss of service due to an over
voltage condition can result in the loss of one or more of
the following:
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Terminal loss
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Port loss
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Media Module loss
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Power supply within the G700
Acoustic noise generated by
unit
50dBA maximum
Electromagnetic compatibility
standards
Conforms to the electromagnetic compatibility
standards for the countries in which it operates.
European union standards
Approved to Safety Standard EN60950.
Air flow with a single fan
failure
In front of the backplane is 264 linear feet per minute
average. If a fan fails in front of the backplane, 174
lfpm average, with a range from 42 to 340 1fpm.
Air flow with the power supply
fan failure
Minimal air flow at power supply if power supply fan
fails.
October 2002
Site Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
Power Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
Power Requirements for the
G700 Media Gateway
The power supply complies with FCC Part 15, Subpart B Class B and EN55022 Class B
requirements for conducted and radiated electromagnetic interferences (EMI). When you use
the power supply in a single or multiple G700 Media Gateway system, the power supply must
allow the system to comply with Class B requirements with +6 dB of margin.
This power unit can be a single power supply or multiple modules that are sized and scalable for
the load. The Avaya Ethernet switches have a power unit that meets the 802.3 AF standard and
provides remote power for the telephone. The power supply meets all applicable global
standards for safety, immunity, and emissions, and is verified by in-country testing.
Thermal Protection
Thermal protection shuts down the power supply if the internal temperature exceeds the
maximum rated safe operating temperature. The minimum thermal shutdown point is
determined at an ambient temperature of 50 degrees C at 10,000 feet elevation or 60 degrees C
at sea level under all input and load conditions. You must consider the effects of component
tolerances when defining the shutdown point. This consideration ensures that the supply does
not shut down at ambient temperatures that are less than those specified above, with forced air
flowing from input to output at a nominal rate of 46 CFM (300 LFM).
Manual Reset
You must reset the power supply manually when it shuts down because of over voltage or
overheating. To reset the power supply is recycle the AC input power.
AC and Load Center Circuit Breakers
For AC power, each of the G700 Media Gateways has a detachable AC power cord that plugs
into a wall socket or into a power strip on the rack. This circuit must be protected by a circuit
breaker for the panel that serves the outlet.
As a result, the G700 Media Gateway itself does not have circuit breakers or on/off switches.
However, any customer AC load center must have circuit breakers protecting the power feeds to
the G700 Media Gateways as required by electric codes.
AC Power Distribution
AC power distribution is plugged into an outlet or power strip and can be backed up by an
optional UPS
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Power Requirements for the G700 Media Gateway
AC Grounding/Protective Grounds
The G700 Media Gateway contains a grounding screw on the back of the chassis. You must
maintain ground connection whether you connect the G700 Media Gateway directly to the
branch circuit or to a power distribution strip. The G700 Media Gateway also requires a cabinet
ground connection directly to an approved ground.
October 2002
Site Requirements for the S8700 Media Server
Site Requirements for the S8700
Media Server
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Altitude, Air Pressure and Air Purity for the S8700 Media Server
Altitude, Air Pressure and Air
Purity for the S8700 Media
Server
The normal operating air pressure for the S8700 Media Server is from 9.4 to 15.2 psi (648 to
1048 millibars). For altitudes above 5,000 feet, reduce the maximum short-term temperature
limit by 1 oF or for 1,000 feet of elevation above 5,000 feet. At 10,000 feet, for example, the
maximum short-term temperature limit is 115 oF.
Air Purity
Do not install the equipment in an area where the air may be contaminated with any of the
following:
•
Excessive dust, lint, carbon particles, paper fiber contaminants, or metallic contaminants
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Corrosive gases, such as sulfur and chlorine
Contaminant
Average
Particulate matter
185 microgram/m 3
Nitrate in particulate matter
12 microgram/m 3
Total hydrocarbons equivalent to methane
10 ppm
Sulfur dioxide
0.20 ppm
Oxides of nitrogen
0.30 ppm
Total oxidants equivalent to ozone
0.05 ppm
Hydrogen sulfide
0.10 ppm
NOTE:
Avaya recommends that the S8700 Media Server and related equipment not be collocated
with copiers, printers, or plain paper faxes because of the fine dust these devices produce.
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Temperature and Humidity for the S8700 Media Server
Temperature and Humidity for
the S8700 Media Server
The S8700 Media Server should be installed in an area that is well-ventilated. Maximum
equipment performance is obtained at an ambient temperature between 40 to 110 degrees
Fahrenheit (4 and 43 degrees Celsius) for continuous operation and between 40 and 120 degrees
Fahrenheit (4 and 49 degrees Celsius) for short term operation. The system equipment can
operate at the short-term operational limits for a period not to exceed 72 consecutive hours or a
total of not more than 15 days in a year.
The relative humidity range is 10 to 95 percent up to 84 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees
Celsius). Above 84 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees Celsius), maximum relative humidity
decreases from 95 percent down to 32 percent at 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius).
Installations outside these limits may reduce system life or impede operation.
The following table correlates room temperature with allowable relative humidity.
Recommended temperature
range (degrees Fahrenheit)
Recommended temperature
range
(degrees Celsius)
Recommended
humidity range in
percent
65 to 85
18 to 29
20 to 60
40 to 84
4.4 to 28.8
10% to 95
86
30.0
10% to 89
88
31.1
10% to 83
90
32.2
10% to 78
92
33.3
10% to 73
94
34.4
10% to 69
96
35.6
10% to 65
98
36.7
10% to 61
100
37.8
10% to 58
102
38.9
10% to 54
104
40.0
10% to 51
106
41.1
10% to 48
108
42.2
10% to 45
110
43.3
10% to 43
112
44.4
10% to 40
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Recommended temperature
range (degrees Fahrenheit)
Recommended temperature
range
(degrees Celsius)
Recommended
humidity range in
percent
114
45.6
10% to 38
116
46.7
10% to 36
118
47.8
10% to 34
120
48.9
10% to 32
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EMI and RFI Specifications for the S8700 Media Server
EMI and RFI Specifications for
the S8700 Media Server
Country
Specification
USA
FCC74 CFR Parts 2 and 15
Verified Class A limit
Canada
IC ICES-003 Class A limit
Europe
EMC Directive, 89/336/EEC; EN55022, Class A
Limit, Radiated and Conducted Emissions; EN55024,
Immunity Standard for Information Technology
Equipment; EN61000-3-2 Harmonic Currents;
EN61000-3-3 Voltage Flicker
Aurtralia and New Zealand
AS/NZS 3548
Class A limit
Japan
VCCI, Class A ITE (CISPR 22, Class A Limit); IEC
1000-3-2; Harmonic Currents
Taiwan
BSMI
Class A (CISPR 22)
Russia
Gost approval
International
CISPR-22
Class A limit
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Power Supply Specifications for the S8700 Media Server
Power Supply Specifications for
the S8700 Media Server
Power
Voltage and Frequency
AC
100 to 127 VAC
200 to 240 VAC
DC
200 Watts
+5 VDC
22 A maximum
+5 VDC standby
1.0 A maximum
+12 VDC
3.5 A maximum
+3.3 VDC
13.0 A maximum
-12 VDC
0.25 A maximum
BTU
British Thermal Units (BTU’s) are standard for measuring the thermal output of a device. One
BTU equals the heat that will raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree
Fahrenheit. In physical terms, one BTU equals 1054 joules. The maximum BTU output of the
Intel SRTR1 server is 988 BTU’s. This rating represents a SRTR1 with the following
components:
•
SRTR1 server board
•
Front panel board
•
PCI riser board
•
One 80mm Fan
•
Three 40mm Fans
•
850 MHz Pentium III with heat sink fan
•
Four Micron 32Mx72 (256Mb) DIMM Modules
•
IDE hard Drive
•
Slimline CDROM drive
•
Slimline floppy drive
•
Three PCI cards
NOTE:
The BTU number is rated at the lowest efficiency or worst case of the power supply.
Under normal conditions the power supply should perform above the 70% efficiency
level, which will lower the BTU ratings.
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Regulatory Certification for the S8700 Media Server
Regulatory Certification for the
S8700 Media Server
Product Safety Standards and Approvals
Country
Safety Standards and Approval Summary
USA and Canada
UL 1960, CSA 22.2, No. 950M95, 3rd edition
Europe
Low Voltage Directive, 73/23/EEC
TUV/GS to EN60950 2nd Edition with Amendments, A1 + A2 + A3 + A4
+ A11
International
CB Certificate and Report to IEC 60950, 2nd edition including
EMKO-TSE (74-SEC) 207/94 and other national deviations
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Standards and Approvals
Country
EMC Standards and Approvals
USA
FCC 47 CFR Parts 2 and 15, Verified Class A Limit
Canada
IC ICES-003 Class A Limit
Europe
EMC Directive, 89/336/EEC
EN55022, Class A Limit, Radiated and Conducted Emissions
EN55024, Immunity Standard for Information Technology Equipment
EN61000-3-2 Harmonic Currents
EN61000-3-3 Voltage Flicker
Australia and
New Zealand
C-Tick; AS/NZS 3548, Class A Limit
Japan
VCCI Class A ITE (CISPR 22, Class A Limit)
IEC 61000-3-2; Harmonic Currents
Taiwan
BSMI Class A (CISPR 222)
Russia
Gost Approval
International
CISPR 22, Class A Limit
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Data Rack Mounting and Media Gateway Floor Loading for the S8700 Multi-Connect
Data Rack Mounting and Media
Gateway Floor Loading for the
S8700 Multi-Connect
Hardware components of the S8700 Media Server with Multi-Connect are, the S8700 Media
Servers, an Ethernet Switch, a modem and the two UPS units. All components are installed in a
19 inch open data rack.
19 Inch Rack
The customer provides a data rack that is used to hold equipment not necessarily specified or
provided by Avaya. The footprint of the data rack is 19 inches by 21 inches.
S8700 Media Server
The two S8700 Media Servers are designed for mounting in an open 19 inch data rack. S8700
Media Server weigh approximately 25 pounds.
Avaya 700VA or 1500VA UPS Units
For configurations that require 28 to 410 minutes of battery holdover the Avaya 700VA UPS
can be used. The 700VA is available in the following voltages:
•
700VA 120-V for US and Canada
•
700 VA 230-V Online for International
•
700 VA 100-V and 200-V for Japan
The physical characteristics of the Avaya 700VA are:
•
Width: 17 inches (43.2 cm)
•
Depth: 19 inches (48.2 cm)
•
Height: 3.5 inches (8.9 cm)
•
Weight: 34 pounds (15 kg)
For configurations that require 411 to 480 minutes of battery holdover the Avaya 1500VA UPS
can be used. The 1500VA is available in the following voltages:
•
1500VA 120 V for US and Canada
•
1500 VA 230 V Online for International
•
1500 VA 100V and 200V for Japan
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Data Rack Mounting and Media Gateway Floor Loading for the S8700 Multi-Connect
The physical characteristics of the Avaya 1500VA are:
•
Width: 17 inches (43.2 cm)
•
Depth: 24 inches
•
Height: 3.5 inches (8.9 cm)
•
Weight: 50 pounds
Avaya Ethernet Switches
The P133G2 and the P134G2 equipped with CCS PNC:
•
The height, weight and length of the P133G2 and the P134G2 is: 2U (3.5”/88 mm) x 19”
(482.6 mm) x 13.8" (350 mm)
•
The weight of the P133G2 is 11.4 pounds (5.2 kg)
•
The weight of the P134G2 is 13.2 pounds (6.0 kg)
The P333T and the P334T equipped with ATM PNC:
•
The height, weight and length of the P333T and the P334T is: 2U (3.5”/88 mm) x 19
inches (482.6 mm) x 17.7 inches(450 mm)
•
The weight of the P333G2 and the P334G2 is 16.5 pounds(7.5 kg)
Media Gateways
The floor of the equipment room must meet the loading code of a commercial floor of at least
50 pounds per square foot (242 kg per square meter). Floor plans typically allocate space around
the front, the ends, and the rear of the cabinets, for maintenance access. Additional equipment
room floor support may be required if the floor load is greater than 50 pounds per square foot
(242 kg per square meter).
The following table shows the weight and floor loading of the Media Gateways.
Media Gateway
Weight
Floor Loading
SCC1
125 lb. (56 kg.)
31 lb./sq. ft. (148.9 kg./m 2)
MCC1
200 - 800 lb. (90 - 363 kg.)
130 lb./sq. ft. (624.2 kg./m 2)
G700
16.5 lbs (7.5kg.)
19 inch rack mounted - floor
loading depends on load on the
rack
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Altitude, Air Pressure and Air Purity for DEFINITY
Altitude, Air Pressure and Air
Purity for DEFINITY
Altitude and Air Pressure
At altitudes above 5,000 feet (1,525 meters), the maximum short-term temperature limit reduces
by 1o Fahrenheit for each 1,000 feet (305 meters) of elevation above 5,000 feet (1,525 meters).
For example: at sea level, the maximum short-term temperature limit is 120o F (49o Celsius). At
10,000 feet (3,050 meters), the maximum short-term temperature limit is 115o F (46o C).
The normal operating air pressure range is: 9.4 to 15.2 psi (pounds per square inch) (648 to
1,048 millibars).
Air Purity
The CMC1, SCC1, and MCC1 Media Gateways contain an air filter to reduce the flow of
particulates through the equipment. Do not install the Media Gateways where the air might be
contaminated by excessive dust, lint, carbon particles, paper fiber contaminants, or metallic
contaminants. For example, do not install the cabinet near paper handling equipment such as
copiers and high-speed printers, which introduce paper dust and print particles into the
environment. Avoid Corrosive gases above the levels in the following table.
Allowable Concentrations for Atmospheric Contaminants
Contaminant
Average concentration not to
exceed
All particulate matter
185 micrograms/cubic meter
Nitrate
12 micrograms/cubic meter
Total hydrocarbons equivalent to
methane
10 ppm (parts per million)
Sulphur dioxide
0.20 ppm (parts per million)
Oxides of nitrogen
0.30 ppm (parts per million)
Total oxidants equivalent to ozone
0.05 ppm (parts per million)
Hydrogen sulfide
0.10 ppm (parts per million)
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Cabinet Dimensions and Clearances
Cabinet Dimensions and
Clearances
Floor plans typically allocate space around the front, ends, and rear of the cabinets for
maintenance purposes. Floor area requirements vary between cabinets. The following table lists
the dimensions and clearances for the SCC1 Media Gateway and the MCC1 Media Gateway.
Dimensions and clearance for the MCC1 Media Gateway and the SCC1 Media Gateway
Cabinet type
Height
SCC1
1-cabinet
Width
Depth
20 in.
(51 cm)
27 in.
(69 cm)
22 in.
(56 cm)
2-cabinets
39 in.
(99 cm)
27 in.
(69 cm)
22 in.
(56 cm)
3-cabinets
58 in.
(1.5 m)
27 in.
(69 cm)
22 in.
(56 cm)
4-cabinets
77 in.
(2 m)
27 in.
(69 cm)
22 in.
(56 cm)
MCC11
70 in.
(1.8 m)
32 in.
(81 cm)
28 in.
(71 cm)
Cable slack manager2
7 in.
(18 cm)
32 in.
(81 cm)
38 in.
(97 cm)
DC power cabinet3
20 in.
(51 cm)
27 in.
(69 cm)
22 in.
(56 cm)
Large battery cabinet
100 Amp
Clearance
38 inch (97 cm)
between cabinet and
wall
Rear 38 in.
(97 cm)
Front 36 in.
(91 cm)
38 in. (97 cm) Front
and Rear
38 in. (97 cm) Front
and Rear
27 in.
(69 cm)
55 in.
(140 cm)
21 in.
(53 cm)
42 in.
(107 cm)
55 in.
(140 cm)
21 in.
(53 cm)
42 in.
(107 cm)
55 in.
(140 cm)
21 in.
(53 cm)
57 in.
(145 cm)
55 in.
(140 cm)
21 in.
(53 cm)
200 Amp
300 Amp
400 Amp
1.
2.
3.
This row includes the auxiliary cabinet, the global AC cabinet, and the global DC cabinet.
Cable slack manager is used with MCC1 Media Gateway and the SCC1 Media Gateway.
DC power cabinet requires a floor area of eight square feet (0.74 square inches). The DC power cabinet also
requires 38 inches (97 cm) between the cabinet and the wall.
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Floor Load Requirements
The equipment room floor must meet the commercial floor loading code of at least 50 pounds
per square foot (242 kg per square meter). Floor plans typically allocate space around the front,
ends, and rear (if necessary) for maintenance access of the Media Gateways. Additional
equipment room floor support may be required if the floor load is greater than 50 pounds per
square foot (242 kg per square meter). See the following table for Media Gateway and battery
information concerning weight and floor loading.
Type
Weight
Floor Loading
SCC1 Media
Gateway
125 pounds (56 kg)
31 pounds per square foot
(148.9 kg/m2)
MCC1 Media
Gateway
200-800 pounds
(90-363 kg)
130 pounds per square foot
(624.2 kg/m2)
100-A battery
maximum 400 pounds
(181 kg)
180 pounds per square foot
(871.2 kg/m2)
200-A battery
maximum 815 pounds
(370 kg)
328 pounds per square
foot.(1587.5 kg/m2)
300-A battery
maximum1480 pounds
(671 kg)
476 pounds per square foot
(2303.8 kg/m2)
400-A battery
maximum 1580 pounds
(717kg)
625 pounds per square foot
(3025 kg/m2 )
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Includes
auxiliary, global
AC and global
DC cabinets
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Power Requirements
Power Requirements
This section describes AC-power and DC-power source requirements for the cabinet.
Global AC MCC Power Supply
The Global MCC (GMCC) power supply is for use in both US and international systems. The
GMCC replaces the existing AC MCC1 cabinet configuration that is used in the US, and thus
reducing the number of power supplies and distribution units that are associated with the MCC1
platform.
The GMCC automatically accepts 200-VAC to 240-VAC power at 50 or 60 Hz. The GMCC
complies with all emissions and safety requirements for customer applications worldwide. the
GMCC power system consists of:
•
NP850 rectifier that consists of cabinet-level power units located in the power
distribution unit at the bottom of the MCC1
•
649A power supplies that are DC/DC converters that provide carrier-level power
•
One battery interface and alarm unit
•
Battery connections
•
Alarm outputs
•
One cabinet input cord, NEMA 6-30P in the US.
The GMCC power architecture offers both short-term and long-term power backup. Batteries
inside the MCC1 provide short-term backup. External battery cabinets provide long-term
backup. Because of its long-term power backup capabilities, the GMCC significantly reduces or
eliminates the need for UPS and DC battery plants for most customer applications.
AC Power
Power feeders from a dedicated power source that is typically located outside the building
connect to an AC load center. These feeders do not provide power to other equipment. The AC
load center distributes the power to receptacles. The power cords from the AC-power
distribution unit in each MCC1 and AC-power supply in each SCC1 plugs into a receptacle.
60 Hz Power Sources in G3 Systems
Each of the following power sources can supply 60-Hz of power to the AC load in R7 and later
systems. See the following figures for information on 120 to 240-VAC power sources.
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Single-phase, 120 to 240-VAC, 60-Hz source
Phase A
120
240
Neutral
To equipment room
AC load center
Ground
120
Phase B
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Three-phase, 120 to 208-VAC, 60-Hz source
Phase A
120
208
Neutral
208
120
120
To equipment room
AC load center
Phase B
Ground
Phase C
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50 Hz Power Sources in G3 Systems
Either of the following power sources can supply 50-Hz of power to the AC load in R7 and later
systems. See the following figures for 220-VAC power source.
NOTE:
For type of power see:
•
A MCC1 is shown on the cabinet’s rear door
•
A SCC1 is shown on the cabinet’s rear cover
•
A CMC1 is shown on the right door.
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International, Three Phase, 220 to 380-VAC, 50-Hz Source
Phase A
380 V
220 V
Phase B
220 V
380 V
Neutral
380 V
To equipment room
AC load center
Ground
220 V
Phase C
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International delta, 220 or 240-VAC, 50-Hz Source
Phase A
220 V
220/240 V
Phase B
To equipment
room AC load
center
220 V
Phase C
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The following table lists the AC power sources that can supply power to an AC load in a
cabinet. A NEMA receptacle or it’s equivalent, connects to the wires from the unit. The AC
power cord from the power input of each unit plugs into a receptacle.
Contact your Avaya representative for ordering information.
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Cabinet AC Power Sources
Cabinet style and power
distribution unit
Power sources
Power input receptacles
CMC AC power supply
(650A power unit)
Single phase 120 VAC
with neutral
120 VAC, 60 Hz NEMA 5-15R
Single phase 240 VAC
with neutral
240 VAC, 50 Hz IEC 320
Single phase 120 VAC
with neutral
120 VAC, 60 Hz NEMA
5-50R
or
208/240 VAC, 60 Hz NEMA
MCC1 AC power
distribution
Single phase 240 VAC
with neutral, or single
phase of 3-phase, 208 VAC
with neutral
Note: Configurations installed in
Japan use country specific
receptacles for 100 and 200
VAC, 50/60 Hz
MCC1 AC Power
distribution
Single phase 176-264 VAC
200-240 Volts, 50-60 Hz NEMA
L6-30R. Configurations that are
installed outside the United
States require a receptacle
suitable for use in the country of
installation.
SCC1 AC power supply
(1217A power unit)
Single phase 120 VAC
with neutral
120 VAC, 60 Hz NEMA 5-20R
or 5-15R
Single phase of 220 VAC
or
Single phase of 240 VAC
220-VAC to 240-VAC at a
country-specific receptacle
DC Power
DC-powered cabinets that contains a J58890CF power distribution unit require a -42.5 to -56
VDC source at up to 75 A.
Circuit Breaker Sizes for AC and DC Cabinets
The following tables lists the circuit breaker sizes for all AC-powered and DC-powered
cabinets.
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Circuit Breakers for AC-Powered Cabinets
Cabinet
Circuit Breaker Size (A)
CMC1 (120 VAC) 60 Hz
15
CMC1 (240 VAC) 50 Hz
10
MCC1 (120 VAC) 60 Hz
50
MCC1 (208 VAC) 60 Hz
30
MCC1 (240 VAC) 60 Hz
30
MCC1 (200-240 VAC) 50 to 60 Hz
30
SCC1 (120 VAC)
15 or 20
Auxiliary cabinet (120 VAC)
20
.
Circuit Breakers for DC-Powered Cabinets
Cabinet (–48 VDC)
Circuit Breaker Size (A)
MCC1
75
SCC1
25
Auxiliary
20
MCC1 Power System
The MCC1 power system consist of an AC power or DC power distribution unit in the bottom
of each cabinet and cables to distribute output voltages to power unit circuit packs in the
carriers. These power systems also consist of power-converter circuit packs in the carriers.
These circuit packs supply DC power to the circuit pack slots. The following table lists the input
voltages and the output voltages of power unit circuit packs in the carriers of MCC1s.
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Power Units in MCC1
Model
Inputs
120 VAC
144 VDC
-48 VDC
AC 631DA1
Yes
Yes
No
AC 631DB1
Yes
Yes
No
DC 644A
No
No
Yes
DC 645B
No
No
Yes
DC 649A
No
No
Yes
Model
Outputs
+5 VDC
60 A
–5 VDC
6A
–48 VDC
8A
AC 631DA1
Yes
No
No
AC 631DB1
No
Yes
Yes
DC 644A
Yes
No
No
DC 645B
No
Yes
Yes
DC 649A
Yes
Yes
10 A
AC Power Distribution
A typical AC-power distribution unit for an MCC1 contains:
•
the circuit breakers
•
Ring generator
•
Optional batteries
•
Optional battery charger.
The power distribution cables carry 120-VAC during normal operation and 144-VDC from
optional batteries if AC power fails. Another cable connects 120-VAC to the battery charger.
The following figure shows an AC power distribution unit and battery charger (J58890CE-2
List 15 or later). The AC power distribution unit and the battery charger sits at the bottom of
some MCC1s.
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AC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CE-2) (Front)
Circuit
breakers
631DB
power unit
Ring generator
fuse
Ring
generator
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The AC power distribution unit contains the following additional components that are not
shown in the figure:
•
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) filter
•
AC input fuse
•
Five circuit breakers (1 for each carrier)
•
20-A fuses
•
A signal connector
•
-48 VDC fan power
The optional battery charger sits at the bottom of some MCC1s.
Battery Charger (Optional Part of J58890CE-2) (Front)
Battery
charger
Batteries
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The battery charger is used only without an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The charger
contains:
•
Three 48-VDC batteries for backup power to the cabinet
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•
A DC-power relay to connect the batteries into the power circuit if a main power failure
is detected
Circuit Breaker
The circuit breaker protects the AC input power to the cabinet and serves as the main AC input
disconnect switch. The circuit breaker has two poles for 120-VAC or three poles for 208/240
VAC. If a problem develops, the circuit breaker automatically opens and removes the AC power
input.
48-VDC Batteries
The three series-connected 48-VDC batteries produce a nominal 144-VDC that is fused at 20 A.
The batteries are trickle-charged from the battery charger.
Battery Charger
When AC power restores after an outage, the battery charger converts a 120-VAC input to a DC
voltage that recharges the batteries. The batteries typically recharge within 24 hours.
DC Power Relay
The DC power relay disconnects the batteries from a system that is using AC power. The relay
also disconnects the batteries if power fails for more than:
•
10 minutes in a standard reliability system
•
five minutes in high and critical reliability systems
•
10 minutes in an expansion port network (EPN).
This protects the batteries from over discharging.
EMI Filters
The Electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters suppress noise voltage on the AC input line to
the MCC1 cabinet.
Ring Generator
The ring generator converts the -48 VDC input to a 67 to 100-VAC, 20 or 25-Hz ringing
voltage. The analog line circuit packs use this AC voltage output to ring telephones. The AC
outputs are routed from the ring generator to port carriers, expansion control carriers, and
control carriers.
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Fuses
20-A fuses protect the power on each cable that goes from the AC Power Distribution Unit to
power converters in the carriers.
The following figure shows AC power distribution in some MCC1s. The DC-power distribution
cables are on both sides of the cabinet. These cables supply power to each of the carriers. The
optional battery charger is at the right side of the Power Distribution Unit.
AC power distribution in MCC1 cabinets
"D" position
carrier
"E" Position
Carrier
Power
3
distribution
unit
Battery
charger
(optional)
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Power Backup
If AC power fails, three 48-VDC batteries power the system for:
•
10 seconds in a PPN cabinet
•
For 15 seconds in an EPN cabinet
•
For 10 minutes in the control carrier in a standard reliability system
•
Five minutes in the control carrier in high and critical reliability systems, and for
•
10 minutes in the expansion control carrier in the A position of an EPN cabinet for a
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UPS
An external, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides a longer backup time than holdover
batteries which have holdover times that vary from less than 10 minutes to up to 8 hours. The
UPS can replace the batteries and battery charger. The UPS connects from the AC power source
to a AC power cord on the cabinet. If AC power fails, the UPS supplies its own AC power to the
cabinet.
AC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CH-1)
The following figure shows a typical AC Power Distribution Unit that is used in some MCC1
cabinets. The AC power distribution unit sits at the bottom of the MCC1 cabinet.
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AC power distribution unit (J58890CH-1) (Front)
Ring generator
fuse
Circuit
breakers
Battery
interface unit
Ring
generator
Rectifier
modules
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Power Backup
There are 2 types of battery assemblies used for power backup: small and large. The small
batteries are typically located at the center rear of a Multi-Carrier Cabinet. The large batteries
are typically located inside the battery cabinet.
Small Batteries
The small batteries are an 8 AH (Amp-hour) batteries fused for short circuit protection and
charged by the J58890CH-1. The batteries also contain a thermal sensor that changes the
charging voltage depending on battery temperature. See the following figure for an example of
the small batteries.
The small batteries provide short-term battery holdover. If AC power fails, 48 VDC batteries
supply system power for:
•
10 seconds in a PPN cabinet
•
15 seconds in an EPN cabinet
•
10 minutes in the control carrier in a standard-reliability system
•
5 minutes in the control carrier in high and critical-reliability systems
•
10 minutes in the expansion control carrier in the A position of an EPN cabinet for a
DEFINITY R configuration only
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Large Batteries
The large batteries provide holdover times of 2 to 8 hours, depending on the number of
batteries. To use large battery holdover one battery cabinet is required per system. The 24-cell
battery cabinet must have a float voltage of 54.2-VDC. The 23-cell battery cabinet must have a
float voltage of 51.75-VDC. The batteries are circuit breaker protected and are charged by the
J58890CH-1.
The batteries also contain a thermal sensor that changes the charging voltage, depending on the
battery temperature. The following table shows the battery holdover and recharge times for a
typical 2500-Watt load. The following figure shows a typical large battery cabinet, (200 A).
Battery holdover and recharge times
Battery Cabinet (A)
Holdover Time (hours)
Recharge Time (hours)
100
2
7
200
4
13
300
6
20
400
8
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Typical large battery cabinets
Large battery
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DC Power Distribution
The typical DC distribution system has a DC power converter and cables to provide the power
to the system circuit packs. DC powered cabinets require -42.5 to -56-VDC.
DC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CF-2)
The following figure shows a Power Distribution Unit that is used in some DC-powered MCC1
cabinets. The DC power unit sits at the bottom of the MCC1 cabinet and contains the ring
generator, 20-amp circuit breakers, terminal blocks, and system fan power.
DC power distribution unit (J58890CF-2) (Front View))
DC power
distribution
unit
Circuit
breakers
Terminal
block
Ring
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Ground Isolation
Each peripheral device that is connected to a system by the asynchronous (EIA) RS-232
interface, requires either a 105C, a 105D, or a 116A isolator interface. The interface isolates
ground between the system and external adjuncts.
The isolator interface sits behind a PPN control carrier or behind an EPN expansion control
carrier. The isolator interface is installed at the RS-232 interface between the peripheral
equipment and the interface connector.
The following figure shows the power distribution in some MCC1s with small battery, short
term battery holdover. In DEFINITY R systems, the power distribution cables are on the right
side of the cabinet because that is where the 649A DC power converter circuit pack is located.
Switch node (SN) carriers require two 649 DC power converters and two cables.
Power Distribution in MCC1
Port carrier
1
Port or
control carrier
649A DC
power converter
circuit pack
Fan unit
Small battery
(Inside cabinet)
649A DC power
converter circuit pack
Control
carrier
Port or switch
node carrier
Power
4
distribution
unit
Port or switch
node carrier
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The following figure shows the DC-power distribution in some MCC1s with large batteries or
extended battery backup. In DEFINITY R configurations, the power distribution cables are on
the right side of the cabinet only because that is where the 649A DC power converter circuit
pack is located. Switch node (SN) carriers require two 649 DC power converters and two
cables.
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DC Power Distribution in MCC1s
649A DC
power converter
circuit pack
Large battery
cabinets
Control
carrier
Circuit
breaker
649A DC power
converter
circuit pack
Power
distribution
unit
Switch node
carrier
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DC Power Converter (649A)
The 649A converts the –48 VDC from the Power Distribution Unit to outputs of –48 VDC at 10
A, +5 VDC at 60 A, and –5 VDC at 6 A. These outputs distribute power to circuit pack slots in
the carriers.
AC and DC Grounding
Approved Grounds
An approved ground is the closest acceptable medium for grounding the building entrance
protector or the entrance cable shield, or for a single-point ground of the system.
If more than one type of approved ground is available on the premises, bond the grounds
together. Follow the instructions in Section 250-81 of the National Electrical Code, or the
applicable electrical code in the country where the equipment is installed.
Protective Grounds
Acceptable grounds include the following:
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Grounded building steel — The metal frame of the building where it is grounded by one
of the following: acceptable metallic water pipe, concrete encased ground, or a ground
ring.
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Acceptable Water Pipe — An underground water pipe, at least 1/2 inch
(1.3 cm) in diameter, and in direct contact with the earth for at least 10 feet (3 meters).
The pipe must be electrically continuous to the point where the protector ground wire is
connected. The pipe can also be or made electrically continuous by bonding around
insulated joints, plastic pipe, or plastic water meters.
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Concrete encased ground — An electrode that is encased by at least 2 in. (5 cm) of
concrete and located within and near the bottom of a concrete foundation or footing in
direct contact with the earth. The electrode must be at least 20 feet (6 meters) of one or
more steel reinforcing bars or rods 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) in diameter, or at least 20 feet (6
meters) of bare, solid copper, 4 AWG (26 mm2) wire.
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Ground ring — A buried ground that encircles a building or structure at a depth of at
least 2.5 feet (0.8 meter) below the surface of the earth. The ground ring must be at least
20 feet (6 meters) of 2AWG (35 mm2), bare, copper wire.
If these grounds are not available, the water pipe ground can be supplemented by one of the
following types of grounds:
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Other local metal underground systems or structures — Local underground structures
such as tanks and piping systems
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Rod and pipe electrodes — A 5/8 inch (1.6 cm) solid rod or 3/4-inch (1.9-cm) conduit or
pipe electrode that is driven to a minimum depth of 8 feet (2.5 meters)
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Plate electrodes — Must have a minimum of two square feet (0.18 square meters) of
metallic surface exposed to the exterior soil
A metallic underground water pipe must be supplemented by the metal frame of the building, a
concrete-encased ground, or a ground ring.
Approved Floor Grounds
! WARNING:
If you can only access the approved ground or approved floor ground from within a
dedicated power equipment room, then a licensed electrician must make the connections.
Approved floor grounds are those grounds on each floor of a high-rise building that are suitable
for connection to the ground terminal in the riser closet and to the cabinet equipment
single-point ground terminal. Approved floor grounds might include the following:
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Building steel
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The grounding conductor for the secondary side of the power transformer that feeds the
floor
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Metallic water pipes
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Power feed metallic conduit that supplies panel boards on the floor
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A point that is specifically provided in the building design for grounding
NOTE:
You must ensure that you electrically connect all protective grounds together to form a
single grounding electrode system.
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Coupled Bonding Conductor
When you use a coupled bonding conductor (CBC) grounding in an AC powered cabinet, you
must maintain a minimum 1 ft. (0.3 m) space between the CBC power and other power and
ground leads.
In AC-powered systems, locate the system single-point ground terminal block on the AC load
or AC protector cabinet.
SCC1 Power Systems
Each SCC1 has one AC or one DC power supply that distributes DC power and AC ringing
voltage to the circuit pack slots in the cabinet.
AC Power Supply (1217A)
In an AC-powered cabinet, the power supply slot contains, a single, plug-in, multi-output AC
power supply. A power cord, with a three-prong plug on one end and an appliance connector on
the other end, connects the supply to a dedicated AC power source.
The 1217A power supply is a global power unit for SCC1s. The 1217A power supply has a
wide input voltage operating range of 90 to 264-VAC and a 50 or 60 Hz auto-ranging input,
multi-output power supply that provides regulated DC output. The 1217A also has a selectable
20 or 25 Hz AC ringer.
The 1217A power supply uses one of the following inputs, depending on the version:
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120-VAC, 60-Hz, 15-A to 20-A; three wires in the power cord: one hot wire, one neutral
wire, and one ground wire
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220-VAC or 240-VAC, 50-Hz, 10-Amp; three wires in the power cord: one hot wire, one
neutral wire, and one ground wire
The AC power supply produces the following DC outputs: +5 VDC, –5 VDC, –48 VDC, +12
VDC, and a battery-charging voltage. The DC outputs distribute power on the cabinet
backplane to the circuit pack slots. Additionally, the -48 VDC output current capacity has been
increased from 6.85 amps to 8.25 A. A 50 A load inrush requirement has been added to the -48
VDC output
A holdover circuit in the power supply allows a system to operate normally during AC power
interruptions. If AC input power fails, reserve batteries supply power to the memory and
processor circuit packs and fans for two minutes. All port circuit packs are inactive during this
time. The power supply contains a battery charger to charge the holdover batteries.
DC Power Supply (676C)
In a DC-powered SCC, the power slots contain a single, plug-in multi-output DC power supply.
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The 676C DC power supply has a wide input voltage operating range of -42 to -60 VDC at up to
22 A. The 676C power supply produces the following outputs: +5.1 VDC at 0 to 55 A, -5.1
VDC at 0 to 5.5A, +12 VDC at 0 to 2 A (surge to 2.8 A for 350 ms), -48 VDC at 0 to 8.25 A.
The outputs distribute power on the cabinet backplane to the slots for the circuit packs. The
value and frequency of the AC ringing voltage output value depend on the country of use. The
power supply has circuit breakers and EMI filtering.
DC Power Distribution Unit (J58890CG)
The J58890CG is used with SCC1s. Individual DC output connectors can power up to four
SCC1s. Each output connector is separately fused at 25 A. The fuses are inside the unit the DC
power distribution unit. The input for the DC distribution unit is from the DC power cabinet.
The J58890CG DC power distribution unit is required when the distance between the DC power
cabinet and the cabinet stack is greater than 30 feet (9 m).
Enhanced DC Rectifier Cabinet (J58890R)
The J58890R enhanced DC rectifier cabinet is used with SCC1s. Each rectifier assembly in the
DC rectifier cabinet can supply up to 50 A of DC current. You can install a minimum of two
rectifiers install in each DC cabinet to supply a total of 100 A. A third rectifier assembly is used
as a backup only.
Each SCC1 can draw up to 15 A. Up to three DC cabinets can be stacked to supply power to
single-carrier cabinets stacks.
Each output connector is separately fused at 25 A. The fuses are inside each DC rectifier
assembly.
NOTE:
A J58890CG DC Power Distribution Unit is required if the distance between the DC
cabinet and the cabinet stack is greater than 30 feet (9 m).
CMC1 AC Power Supply (650A)
In the CMC1, a power cord with a 3-prong plug on one end and an appliance connector on the
other end that connects the supply to a dedicated AC power source. The power supply is a
global power factor corrected AC/DC converter that provides multiple DC outputs and AC ring
outputs. It is auto ranging 85 to 264 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz, at 330 Watts, 4.5 A (100 to 120-VAC) or
2.3 A (200 to 240-VAC) at 500-VA.
The inputs to the power supply can be:
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120 VAC, 50-Hz to 60-Hz, 6-Amp; 3 wires in the power cord: 1 hot wire, 1 neutral wire,
and 1 ground wire
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220 VAC or 240 VAC, 50-Hz to 60-Hz, 3-Amp; 3 wires in the power cord: 1 hot wire, 1
neutral wire, and 1 ground wire
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The AC power supply produces the following outputs: +5 VDC, –5 VDC, and –48 VDC. The
outputs distribute power on the cabinet backplane to the circuit pack slots. The AC ringing
voltage output value and frequency depend on the country of use. The 650A also supplies power
for neon message-waiting lamps (150 VDC). The power supply has EMI filtering.
CMC1 UPS
The uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides surge protection for all connected cabinets.
•
•
Connect the UPS to an electrical outlet that can handle the power requirements of all
cabinets. To calculate the number of amps drawn, use the following formulas.
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a. For 100 to 200-VAC, multiply 3.5 A times the number of cabinets.
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b. For 200 to 240-VAC, multiply 1.8 A times the number of cabinets.
Cabinet A (control carrier) is always connected to an unswitched or always on electrical
outlet on the UPS.
Cabinet Cooling Fans
CMC1 Fan Unit
Two variable-speed fans are at the bottom of the cabinet. The fans receive +8 to +14 VDC from
the power supply. An air filter, which can be removed and cleaned or replaced, is located above
the fans. Air flows from the outside, into the bottom of the cabinet, around the circuit packs, and
out through the top of the cabinet.
If the cabinet temperature reaches 158o F (70o C), the temperature sensor in the power supply
shuts the system down and invokes the emergency transfer.
MCC1 Fans
A fan unit that consists of six fans, mounts near the center of the cabinet. The three front fans
blow up and the three rear fans blow down. A removable air filter is provided above and below
each fan unit. Four sensors monitor the cabinet temperature; three sensors are inside the cabinet
top and 1 sensor is inside the cabinet bottom. One of the top sensors affects the speed of the
front fans and the bottom sensor affects the speed of the rear fans. A speed control and thermal
alarm circuit in each fan monitors the sensors. When a sensor indicates a change in cabinet
temperature, the circuit in a fan changes the speed for that fan.
A power cable from the Power Distribution Unit connects -48 VDC to each fan, +5 VDC to the
speed control and thermal alarm circuit in each fan, and temperature sensor signals to the
equivalent circuit in each fan. One pair of wires is routed to each fan circuit. Alarm signals are
also routed to the equivalent circuit in each fan. One pair of wires routes to each fan circuit.
A minor alarm is sent to the processor circuit pack in the PPN cabinet and the maintenance
circuit pack in an EPN cabinet if any fan’s speed drops below minimum. A minor alarm occurs
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if a fan stops due to loss of -48 VDC. One of the cabinet top thermal sensors sends an alarm if
the exhaust temperature reaches 149 oF (65oC).
Another cabinet top sensor senses if the exhaust temperature reaches 158 oF (70 oC). If the
temperature reaches 158oF the system shuts down and the Emergency Transfer is invoked.
SCC1 Fan Unit
Four constant-speed fans at the top rear of the cabinet receive -48 VDC from the backplane. An
air filter is located below the fan unit. Air flows down through the filter over the circuit packs.
The filter is removable and can be cleaned or replaced when necessary.
If the cabinet temperature reaches 158o F (70o C), the temperature sensor in the power supply
causes the system to shut down and invokes the Emergency Transfer.
System Protection
Protections are established to keep the switch active and on line. The following 4 types of
system protection are provided:
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Overvoltage
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Sneak current
•
Lightning
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Earthquake
Protection from Hazardous Voltages
Protection from hazardous voltages and currents is required for all off-premises trunks, lines,
and terminal installations. Both over-voltage protection from lightning, power induction, and so
on, and sneak current protection are required.
Overvoltage Protection
The following devices protect the system from over voltages:
•
Analog trunks use the 507B Sneak Protector. The local telephone company normally
provides over voltage protection.
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Analog voice and 2-wire DCP terminals can use one of the following types of combined
protection against over voltage and sneak current or the equivalent of one of the
following types:
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Carbon block with heat coil for UL code 4B1C
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Gas tube with heat coil for UL code 4B1E-W
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Solid state with heat coil for UL code 4C1S
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DCP and ISDN-BRI terminals use the solid state 4C3S-75 with heat coil protector, or
equivalent.
•
DS1/E1/T1 circuits require isolation from exposed facilities. A CSU (T1), LIU (E1), or
other equipment provides this isolation.
Sneak Current Protection
Sneak current protection uses fuses to protect building wiring between the network interface
and trunk circuits when exposed to extraneous power. The fuses also protect the circuit packs.
All incoming trunks and outgoing trunks and off-premises station lines pass through the sneak
fuses. 507B Sneak fuse panels. These panels are install on the system side of the network
interface.
Sneak current protectors must be either UL listed or CSA certified or must comply with local
safety standards. Sneak current protectors must have a maximum rating of 350 mA and a
minimum voltage rating of 600 V, or as required by local regulations.
Lightning Protection
A Coupled Bonding Conductor (CBC) in the cabinet ground wiring protects the system from
lightning. The CBC runs adjacent to wires in a cable and causes mutual coupling between itself
and the wires. The mutual coupling reduces the voltage difference between ground and the
switch.
Be sure that the CBC connects to telecommunication cable that is firmly connected to an
approved ground. In multiple-story buildings, be sure to connect the CBC to an approved
ground at each floor.
The CBC can be a 10 AWG (5.3 mm2/2.6 mm) ground wire, a continuous cable sheath
surrounding wires within a cable, or six unused pairs of wire within a cable that are twisted and
soldered together. The CBC connects from the cabinet single-point ground bar in an
AC-powered cabinet or the ground discharge bar in a DC-powered cabinet to the terminal bar at
the cross-connect field.
When there is an auxiliary cabinet, a 6 AWG (13.3 mm2/4.1 mm) wire connects the system
cabinet single-point ground block to the Auxiliary cabinet ground block. The ground wire
routes as closely as possible to the cables that connect the system cabinet to the Auxiliary
cabinet.
If equipment is not present in the Auxiliary cabinet, plug the power supply for this equipment
into one of the two convenience outlets on the rear of the MCC1, to preserve ground integrity.
The convenience outlets are fused at 5 A. A dedicated maintenance terminal plugs into the other
convenience outlet.
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Earthquake Protection
For earthquake or disaster bracing, the cabinets bolt to the floor. Other areas may require
additional bracing. Contact your Avaya representative for earthquake requirements at the
location of the system installation.
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Temperature and Humidity for
DEFINITY
Install the DEFINITY equipment in a well-ventilated area. Maximum equipment performance
is achieved at an ambient room temperature between 40 and 120o Fahrenheit (4o and 49o
Celsius) for short term operation (not more than 72 consecutive hours or 15 days in a year) and
up to 110o Fahrenheit (43o Celsius) for continuous operation.
The relative humidity range is 10 to 95 percent at up to 84o Fahrenheit (29o Celsius). Above 84
degrees Fahrenheit the maximum relative humidity decreases from 95 percent down to 32
percent at 120o Fahrenheit (49o Celsius). Installations outside these limits may reduce system
life or impede operations. The recommended temperature and humidity range is 65o to 85o
Fahrenheit (18o to 29o Celsius) at 20 to 60 percent relative humidity.
The following table correlates room temperature with allowable relative humidity.
Temperature and Relative Humidity
Recommended room temperature
(degrees Fahrenheit)
Recommended room
temperature (degrees
Celsius)
Recommended relative
humidity (%)
40 to 84
4.4 to 28.8
10 to 95
86
30.0
10 to 89
88
31.1
10 to 83
90
32.2
10 to 78
92
33.3
10 to 73
94
34.4
10 to 69
96
35.6
10 to 65
98
36.7
10 to 61
100
37.8
10 to 58
102
38.9
10 to 54
104
40.0
10 to 51
106
41.1
10 to 48
108
42.2
10 to 45
110
43.3
10 to 43
112
44.4
10 to 40
114
45.6
10 to 38
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Temperature and Relative Humidity — Continued
Recommended room temperature
(degrees Fahrenheit)
Recommended room
temperature (degrees
Celsius)
Recommended relative
humidity (%)
116
46.7
10 to 36
118
47.8
10 to 34
120
48.9
10 to 32
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Avaya MultiVantage Software
Avaya Media Servers use Avaya MultiVantageTM software for call processing solutions. For
more information on these solutions, see the Overview for Avaya MultiVantageTM Software.
Avaya MultiVantage is an open, scalable, highly reliable and secure telephony application.
Avaya MultiVantage software provides user functionality, and system management
functionality, intelligent call routing, application integration and extensibility, and enterprise
communications networking. MultiVantage offers over 500 features, in the following
categories.
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Call center
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Telephony features
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Localization
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Collaboration
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Mobility
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Messaging
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Telecommuting
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System management
•
Reliability
•
Security, privacy and safety
•
Hospitality
•
Attendant features
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Networking
•
Intelligent call routing
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Application programming interfaces
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Avaya P330 Ethernet Switches
The Avaya P330 family of stackable Ethernet workgroup switches include:
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A range of modules with 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
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A Layer 3 capability
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ATM Expansion sub-module.
The Avaya P333T switch has 24x10/100 Mbps ports and an Expansion sub-module slot. The
optional expansion sub-modules provide additional Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and Gigabit
Ethernet connectivity.
An Avaya P330 stack can contain up to 10 switches and up to three backup power supply units.
The stacked switches connect using the Avaya X330STK stacking sub-modules that plug into a
slot in the back of the Avaya P330. If the stack is split between two racks you can connect the
P330 by using the X330SC or X330LC cables. The Avaya X330RC cable connects the top and
bottom switches in the stack and provides redundancy and hot-swappability in the same way
that modules can be swapped in a modular switching chassis.
The Avaya P330 is fully compliant with IEEE standards for VLAN Tagging, Gigabit Ethernet,
Spanning Tree and Flow Control. This full standards-compliance, combined with
auto-negotiation for 10/100/1000 Mbps and half/full duplex facilitates the expansion of your
network to match your company’s growing needs.
Features of the Avaya P330 Product Line
•
You can connect up to 10 Avaya P330 switches in a stack. Moreover, this stack can be
either in one rack or split over several racks using the X330LC Long Cable.
•
Avaya X330STK is stacking sub-module that is used to connect Avaya P330 switches in
a stack by way of the Octaplane.
•
Avaya P330 BUPS is the back-up power supply module. The Avaya P330 BUPS can
support up to four Avaya P330 switches.
•
One RJ45/RS232 front panel console connector for both terminal and modem sessions.
•
Each switch is equiped with wo fan units with operation sensors.
•
One virtual IP address for managing the whole stack that allows the P330 stack to be
managed as a single entity.
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The ability to hot-swap one switch at a time by activation of the redundant cable:
— Does not disrupt the operation of other Avaya P330 switches.
— Does not change stack configuration.
— Does not require network downtime.
•
Connection through Telnet from the front panel ports of any switch:
— multiple levels of password protection
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— login and inactivity timeouts
Auto-Negotiation
Every 10/100 port on the Avaya P330 supports Auto-Negotiation. Auto-Negotiation
automatically detects and supports the operating mode and speed of a connected device.
Auto-negotiation is also supported on the Gigabit Ethernet ports for flow control mode only.
You can simply connect the Avaya P330 to Ethernet or Fast Ethernet equipment at full or half
duplex without pre-configuration.
Congestion Control
Congestion control is a key element of maintaining network efficiency. Congestion control is
used to prevent resource overload. The Avaya P330 supports congestion control on all Ethernet
ports by using the following:
•
Back Pressure in half duplex mode
•
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control in full duplex mode
VLANs
The Avaya P330 VLANs are fully IEEE 802.1Q compliant and can handle up to 1k tagged
VLANs.
Multiple VLANs per Port
The Avaya P330 provides the ability to set multiple (1K) VLANs per port. The three available
Port Multi-VLAN binding modes are:
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Bound to All - the port is programmed to support the entire 3K VLANs range. Traffic
from any VLAN is forwarded through a port defined as Bound to All.
•
Bound to Configured - the port supports all the VLANs configured in the switch/stack.
These may be either Port VLAN IDs (PVID) or VLANs that were manually added to the
switch.
•
Statically Bound - the port supports VLANs manually configured on it.
Leaky VLAN
Leaky VLAN provides the ability to send unicast traffic between two ports on different VLANs.
Leaky VLAN will function only on modules (and sub-modules) with C/S 2.0 and higher.
Port Classification
With the Avaya P330, you can classify any port as regular or valuable. Setting a port to valuable
means that a link fault trap can be sent even when the port is disabled. This feature is
particularly useful for the software redundancy application, where you need to be informed
about a link failure on the dormant port.
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Network TIME Acquiring Protocols
The Avaya P330 supports the SNTP Protocol over UDP port 123. You can choose between
SNTP or TIME protocol over UDP port 37.
MAC Security
To prevent the P330 from learning an new MAC address you can define a port as secure. If an
unknown MAC or station tries to access the secure port an intruder request is sent to the
management station.
Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
LAG provides increased bandwidth and redundancy for critical high-bandwidth applications
such as inter-stack links and connections to servers. You can aggregate the bandwidth of up to
eight 10/100Base-Tx ports, two 100Base-FX or 1000Base-X ports. Load sharing ensures that if
one of the port connections fails, the other connections will assume the load seamlessly. Load
balancing guarantees that the traffic load at any level will be evenly divided among all the LAG
links.
IP Multicast Filtering
IP Multicast allows you to send a single copy of an IP packet to multiple destinations, and can
be used for various applications including video streaming and video conferencing. On LANs,
IP Multicast packets are transmitted in MAC Multicast frames. Traditional LAN switches flood
these Multicast packets to all stations in the VLAN. Multicast filtering functions may be added
to the Layer 2 switches to avoid sending Multicast packets where they are not required. Layer 2
switches capable of Multicast filtering send the Multicast packets only to ports that connect
members of that Multicast group. In order for this feature to operate correctly, you need in your
network a router issuing IGMP queries.
NOTE:
IP Multicast filtering will function only based on the port’s VLAN ID and not based on
any VLAN bound to the port.
Radius Security
The Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) is an IETF standard (RFC 2138)
client/server security protocol. Security and login information is stored in a central location
known as the RADIUS server. RADIUS clients such as the Avaya P330, communicate with the
RADIUS server to authenticate users.
All transactions between the RADIUS client and server are authenticated through the use of a
"shared secret" which is not sent over the network. The shared secret is an authentication
password configured on both the RADIUS client and its RADIUS servers. The shared secret is
stored as clear text in the client’s file on the RADIUS server, and in the non-volatile memory of
the Avaya P330. In addition, user passwords are sent between the client and server are
encrypted for increased security.
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Port Redundancy
Redundancy can be implemented between any two ports in the same stack at the link level. You
can also assign redundancy between any two LAGs in the stack or between a LAG and a port.
One port or LAG is defined as the primary port, and the other as the secondary port. In case the
primary port link fails, the secondary port takes over.
Intermodule Redundancy
Intermodule redundancy includes all Port Redundancy functionality, and additionally maintains
port integrity even when the primary port link fails as the result of a failure of the module. If the
module on which the active port in an Intermodule Port Redundancy pair is located is powered
down or removed from the stack, the secondary port in the Intermodule Port Redundancy pair
takes over. Only one pair per stack can be set for Intermodule Port Redundancy.
Stack Redundancy
In the unlikely event that an Avaya P330 switch or Octaplane link should fail, stack integrity is
maintained if the redundant cable is connected to the stack. The broken link is bypassed and
data transmission continues uninterrupted. The single management IP address for the stack is
also preserved for uninterrupted management and monitoring. Hot-Swappable You can remove
or replace any module within the stack without disrupting operation or performing stack-level
reconfiguration. You can therefore adapt the P330 to your requirements on the fly and with a
down-time which is second to none. When you remove an expansion module from the stack, all
configuration definitions on expansion modules are lost.
Backup Power Supply
Each Avaya P330 module comes with a Backup Power Supply (BUPS) connector. If the internal
power supply should fail, the Avaya P330 BUPS (available separately,) will automatically
supply power to the switch for uninterrupted operation.
Fans
The Avaya P330 module fans have integrated sensors which provide advance warnings of fan
failure by way of the management.
Network Management Agent (NMA) Redundancy
Since each Avaya P330 module has an integral SNMP agent, any module in a stack can serve as
the stack NMA while other NMAs act as redundant agents in hot standby. If the live NMA fails
then a backup is activated instantaneously.
Software Download
Avaya P330 includes a safe software download procedure in which backup code is always
present. You should perform a reset after downloading software to the Module.
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P330 Standards Supported by Avaya
The Avaya P330 complies with the following standards.
IEEE
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802.3x Flow Control on all ports
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802.1Q VLAN Tagging support on all ports and 802.1p compatible
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802.1D Bridges and STA
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803.2z Gigabit Ethernet ports
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803.2u Ethernet/Fast Ethernet ports
IETF
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MIB-II - RFC 1213
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Bridge MIB for Spanning Tree - RFC 1492
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RMON - RFC 1757
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SMON - RFC 2613
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Bridge MIB Groups - RFC 2674 dot1dbase and dot1dStp fully implemented. Support for
relevant MIB objects: dot1q (dot1qBase, dot1qVlanCurrent)
Avaya P330 Network Management
Comprehensive network management is a key component of today’s networks. Therefore we
have provided multiple ways of managing the Avaya P330 to suit your needs.
Avaya P330 Device Manager (Embedded Web)
The built-in Avaya P330 Device Manager (Embedded Web Manager) allows you to manage an
Avaya P330 stack using a Web browser without purchasing additional software. This
application works with the Microsoft® Internet Explorer and Netscape® Navigator Web
browsers and Sun Microsystems Java™ Plug-in.
Avaya P330 Command Line Interface (CLI)
The Avaya P330 CLI provides a terminal type configuration tool for local or remote
configuration of Avaya P330 features and functions.
CajunView
When you need extra control and monitoring or wish to manage other Cajun Campus
equipment, then the CajunView network management suite is the answer. This suite provides
the ease-of-use and features necessary for optimal network utilization.
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CajunView is available for Windows® NT®/2000 and Solaris 8.
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Avaya P330 Ethernet Switches
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CajunView can operate in Stand-Alone mode with Windows® NT®/2000.
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CajunView operates under HP OpenView for Windows® NT®/2000 and Solaris 8.
Avaya P330 Network Monitoring
RMON MIBs - RFC 1757
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RMON support for groups 1,2,3 and 9 — Statistics
— History
— Alarms
— Events
SMON MIBs - RFC 2613
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SMON support for groups
— Data Source Capabilities
— Port Copy
— VLAN and Priority Statistics
Bridge MIB Groups - RFC 2674
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dot1dbase and dot1dStp fully implemented.
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Support for relevant MIB objects: dot1q (dot1qBase, dot1qVlanCurrent)
Port Mirroring
The Avaya P330 provides port mirroring for additional network monitoring functionality. You
can filter the traffic and mirror either incoming traffic to the source port or both incoming and
outgoing traffic. This allows you to monitor the network traffic you need. Ports which are
members in a Link Aggregation Group (LAG) cannot also be used as Port Mirroring
Destination or Source ports.
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SMON
The Avaya P330 supports Avaya’s ground-breaking SMON Switched Network Monitoring,
which the IETF has now adopted as a standard (RFC2613). SMON provides an unprecedented
top-down monitoring of switched network traffic at the following levels:
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Enterprise Monitoring
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Device Monitoring
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VLAN Monitoring
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Port-level Monitoring
This top-down approach gives you rapid troubleshooting and performance trending to keep the
network running optimally.
NOTE:
CajunView is required to run SMON monitoring. Note: You need to purchase one SMON
License per Avaya P330 Stack.
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Avaya Ethernet Switches
Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet Switches
Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet
Switches
The Avaya P133G2 and P134G2 are part of the Avaya Switch Portfolio line of cost effective
Workgroup Ethernet switches. The Avaya P133G2 and P134G2 provide all the features needed
at the network to implement emerging applications and yet are simple to install, operate and
manage.
Installing the Avaya P133G2 and P134G2 Ethernet switches at the network edge or a small
enterprise allows customers to easily build a network fully featured to meet their requirements.
The switch’s integrated uplinks enable connectivity to the network Backbone and you can scale
up as you grow: stack up to four P130 switches to create a single logical switch.
For the P133G2 and P134G2 products, application configuring, network operation and network
monitoring are straightforward tasks due to the user-friendly Web management capabilities. The
P133G2 and P134G2 products have the same management and monitoring capabilities as other
Avaya Cajun switches and therefore can also be centrally managed by the widely acclaimed
CajunView(tm) network management suite of applications.
Like all Avaya MultiService Network products, the new P133G2 and P134G2 products are
DayOne Ready for Voice, Video and Data Networking; Day One Ready means these products
offer application optimization for converged voice, video and data networks. These products are
designed to support a superior data network environment with capabilities for QoS, Policy
Management and redundancy support that provides superior operational reliability and network
availability.
Avaya P133G2
The P133G2 is a workgroup switch with 24 Fast Ethernet and 2 SFP GBIC slots for uplink and
cascading. This unit has a 8.8 Gbps wire speed switching and forwarding rate.
Avaya P134G2
The P134G2 configuration provides 48 Fast Ethernet ports and 2 SFP GBIC slots.
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Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet Switches
General Features of the P133G2 and
P134G2 Switches
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802.3 compliant ports for full/half duplex traffic, auto-negotiation, and flow control
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802.1Q VLAN tagging
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Port based VLAN
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QoS Support
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Transparent IEEE 802.1p
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Per-port basis
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Congestion control per port
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Link Redundancy
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Link Aggregate Group (LAG) Supports both load sharing and redundancy as an
incremental way to scale link bandwidth
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LAG Redundancy
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IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree
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Load-Sharing Back-up Power Supply (BUPS)
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Port mirroring
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SMON (RFC2613) IETF SMON standard for Layer 2
Interfaces
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24 x 10/100Base-TX ports with RJ connectors
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2 x SFP GBIC connectors
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RS-232 for terminal setup/modem and PPP
Standards Supported
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IEEE 802.3x Flow control on all ports
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IEEE 802.1Q/p VLAN Tagging and priority on all ports
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IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree protocol
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IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet ports
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IETF MIB-II, Bridge MIB, RMON, SMON
Physical Characteristics
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Dimensions 2U (3.5"/88 mm) x 19", (h, w, d): (482.6 mm) x 13.8" (350 mm), Weight
11.4 lb (5.2 kg)
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Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet Switches
Environmental Conditions
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Operating Temp: 23 to 122 o F (-5 to 50 o C)
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Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
Power Consumption
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Power Entry (AC): 100-240 VAC, 1A, 50/60 Hz
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Power Consumption: 75W maximum
Agency Approval
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EMC Emission:
— US - FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
— Europe - EN55022 class A and EN61000-3-2
— Japan - VCCI-A
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Immunity: Approved according to EN55024 and EN61000-3-3
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Safety:
— UL for US approved according to UL1950 Std.
— C-UL (UL for Canada) approved according to C22.2 No.950 Std.
— CE for Europe approved according to EN 60950 Std
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CLEI Code According to Telcordia (Bellcore) KS-22022 standard NEBS Level 3
Certified
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Avaya P130 and P134 Ethernet Switches
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Avaya UPS Units
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Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
AS1 700 VA 120 V Online Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
The 700 VA 120 V Online UPS provides 700 VA/490 Watts/5.8 Amps at 120 Volts AC and
battery holdover of 9 minutes at full load. Two optional Extended Battery Modules (EBM24)
extend the run time to 156 minutes at full load. The UPS groups the six available 5-15R
receptacles into two groups of three to make it possible for users to shutdown one set of loads to
allow longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management is
included. The UPS chassis can be installed in a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial interface
capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
700-1000 VA 120 V models include the following
accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM24)
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Bypass Distribution Module 700-1500VA 120V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, VCCI Class II.
Input: 120 Vac, 45-65 Hz, auto sensing; user-selectable 110 or 127 VAC; 6-foot attached cord
with 5-15 P
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Two 12 V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 15 kg = 34 pounds
AS1 700VA 230V Online UPS
The 700 VA 230 V Online UPS provides up to 490 Watts and basic battery holdover of nine
minutes at full load. Output current for 208/220/230/240 volts is 3.8/3.6/3.4/3.3 Amps. Two
optional Extended Battery Modules (EBM24) extend the run time to 156 minutes at full load.
By grouping the six available 5-15 R receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users
to shutdown one set of loads to allow longer run times for more critical loads during a power
failure. Power management is included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a
data rack. Serial interface capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
700-1000VA 230 V models include the following
accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM24)
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Bypass Distribution Module 700-2000 VA 230 V
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Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM, CE
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, EN 50091-2, VCCI Class II, IECS-003
Input: 230Vac, 50/60 Hz, auto sensing, user-selectable 220, 240; 2-meter cord with
unterminated plug-end.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Two 12V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 15 kg = 34 pounds
AS1 700VA 100V Online UPS Japan
The AS1700 VA 100 V Online UPS provides AS1 700 VA/490 Watts/6.0 Amps at 100 Volts AC
and battery holdover of nine minutes at full load. Two optional Extended Battery Modules
(EBM24) extend the run time to 156 minutes at full load. By grouping the six available 5-15R
receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users to shutdown one set of loads to allow
longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management software is
included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial interface
capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
AS1 700-1000VA 100V models include the following accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM24)
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Bypass Distribution Module AS1 700-1500VA 120V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, VCCI Class II.
Input: 100 Vac, 45-65 Hz, auto sensing; user-selectable 110, 127 VAC; 6-foot attached cord
with 5-15 P
Output: Six 5-15R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Two 12 V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 15 kg = 34 pounds
AS1 700VA 200V UPS Japan
The AS1 700 VA 200 V Online UPS provides AS1 700 VA/490 Watts/4.0 Amps at 200 Volts
AC and battery holdover of nine minutes at full load. Two optional Extended Battery Modules
(EBM24) extend the run time to 156 minutes at full load. By grouping the six available 5-15 R
receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users to shutdown one set of loads to allow
longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management software is
included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial interface
capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
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700-1000 VA 230 V models include the following
accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM24)
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Bypass Distribution Module AS1 700-2000 VA 230 V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM, CE
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, EN 50091-2, VCCI Class II, IECS-003
Input: 200 Vac, 50/60 Hz, auto sensing, user-selectable 220, 240; 2-meter cord with
unterminated plug-end.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Two 12 V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 15 kg = 34 pounds
AS1 1500VA 120V Online UPS
The AS1 1500 VA 120 V Online UPS provides 1500 VA/1050 Watts/12.5 Amps at 120 Volts
AC and battery holdover of eight minutes at full load. Four optional Extended Battery
Modules-EBM48 extend the run time to 144 minutes at full load. By grouping the six available
5-15 R receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users to shutdown one set of loads
to allow longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management
software is included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial
interface capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
The AS1 1500 VA model includes the following
accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM48)
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Bypass Distribution Module AS1 700-1500 VA 120 V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, VCCI Class II.
Input: 120 Vac, 45-65Hz, auto sensing; user-selectable 110, 127 VAC; 6-foot attached cord with
5-15P.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Four 12V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 23 kg = 50 pounds
AS1 1500VA 230V Online UPS
The AS1 1500 VA 230 V Online UPS provides up to 1050 Watts and basic battery holdover of
eight minutes at full load. Output current for 208/220/230/240 volts is 7.2/6.8/6.5/6.2 Amps.
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Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
Four optional Extended Battery Modules (EBM24) extend the run time to 144 minutes at full
load. By grouping the six available 5-15 R receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows
users to shutdown one set of loads to allow longer run times for more critical loads during a
power failure. Power management is included.The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted
in a data rack. Serial interface capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
700-1000 VA 230 V models include the following accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM48)
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Bypass Distribution Module 700-2000VA 230V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM, CE
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, EN 50091-2, VCCI Class II, IECS-003
Input: 230 Vac, 50/60 Hz, auto sensing, user-selectable 220, 240; 2-meter cord with
unterminated plug-end.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Four 12V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 23 kg = 50 pounds
AS1 1500VA 100V Online UPS Japan
The AS1 1500 VA 100 V Online UPS provides 1500 VA/1050 Watts/12.7 Amps at 100 Volts
AC and battery holdover of eight minutes at full load. Four optional Extended Battery
Modules-EBM48 extend the run time to 144 minutes at full load. By grouping the six available
5-15 R receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users to shutdown one set of loads
to allow longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management is
included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial interface
capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
The AS1 1500 VA model includes the following accessories:
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Extended Battery Module (EBM48)
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Bypass Distribution Module 700-1500 VA 120 V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, VCCI Class II.
Input: 120 Vac, 45-65 Hz, auto sensing; user-selectable 110, 127 VAC; 6-foot attached cord
with 5-15P.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Four 12V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 23 kg = 50 pounds
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Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
AS1 1500VA 200V Online UPS Japan
The AS1 1500 VA 120V Online UPS provides 1500 VA/1050 Watts/12.5 Amps at 120 Volts AC
and battery holdover of eight minutes at full load. Four optional Extended Battery Modules
(EBM24) extend the run time to 144 minutes at full load. By grouping the six available 5-15 R
receptacles into two groups of three, the UPS allows users to shutdown one set of loads to allow
longer run times for more critical loads during a power failure. Power management software is
included. The UPS can be installed as a tower or mounted in a data rack. Serial interface
capabilities and DEFINITY alarm contacts are standard.
700-1000 VA 230 V models include the following accessories:
•
Extended Battery Module (EBM48)
•
Bypass Distribution Module 700-2000VA 230V
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SNMP Module
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM, CE
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, EN 50091-2, VCCI Class II, IECS-003
Input: 230Vac, 50/60 Hz, auto sensing, user-selectable 220, 240; 2-meter cord with
unterminated plug-end.
Output: Six 5-15 R receptacles in two load segments; sine wave; voltage +/- 3% of nominal.
Battery: Four 12V 9 A/H sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 23 kg = 50 pounds
UPS Add-on Modules
Extended Battery Module-EBM24 700-1000 VA
The Extended Battery Module-EBM24 supports the 700 VA and 1000 VA Online UPS with a
24v battery string to extend the run time (see table for run times). The EBM chassis is suitable
for tower and rack-mounted installations in a compact 2U height. No other battery module or
cabinet is compatible with the 700 or 1000 VA Online UPS.
Maximum: Up to two Extended Battery Module (EBM24) per 700 or 1000VA Online UPS.
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM.
EMC Compliance: FCC Class B, VCCI Class II.
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 29.5 kg = 65 pounds
UPS Extended Battery Module-EBM48 1500-2000 VA
The UPS Extended Battery Module-EBM48 supports the 1500 VA and 2000 VA online UPS
with a 48v battery string to extend the run time up to 144 minutes at full load. The EBM chassis
is suitable for tower and rack-mounted installations in a compact 2U height.
October 2002
Avaya UPS Units
Avaya Series 1 (AS1) UPS
Maximum: Up to four Extended Battery Module-EBM48 per 1500 or 2000 VA Online UPS.
Safety Compliance: UL, CSA, NOM.
EMC Compliance: FCC Part 15 (Class B) and VCCI Class II.
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 89 mm x 432 mm x 494 mm = 3.5” x 17” x 19.4”
Weight: 65 kg = 29.5 pounds
SNMP MODULE 700-2000 VA
The SNMP module adds direct control and monitoring capabilities in SNMP-based networks.
The module is hot-swappable with the standard serial interface module.
Dimensions: (H x W X D) 4.5” x 4” x 1”
Weight: 0.2 pounds
BYPASS DISTRIBUTION MODULE 120V 700-1500 VA
The bypass distribution module (BDM) allows for replacement of the UPS or internal batteries
without shutting down the connected load.
Dimensions: (H x W X D) 12” x 5” x 4”
Weight: 5.0 pounds
PWR UPS BYPASS DISTR MOD S1 700VA-2K VA
The bypass distribution module (BDM) allows for replacement of the UPS or internal batteries
without shutting down the connected load.
Dimensions: (H x W X D) 12” x 5” x 4”
Weight: 5.0 pounds
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Small Businesses
Small-business solution using the Avaya S8300 Media Server and the G700 Media Gateway
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This figures shows a G700 Media Gateway with a S8300 Media Server installed in the
upper right hand slot. This configuration is using the T1/E1, DCP and analog Media
Modules.
2
Ethernet Switch: Can be customer provided or Avaya™ provided. This device provides for
port multiplication by having more than one network segment.
3
UPS: Avaya™ suggests a UPS be provided to allow for a graceful shutdown of the server
during a power outage.
4
Analog connectivity such as, analog trunks, stations and lines.
5
DCP phones: Avaya Multi-Function Digital phones.
6
T1/E1 connectivity:
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The T1 (or T-1) carrier is the most commonly used digital line in the United States,
Canada and Japan.
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The E1 (or E-1) is a European digital transmission format. It is the equivalent of the
North American T-carrier system format.
Avaya IP telephones
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Customer Configurations
Small-business solution using the Avaya S8100 Media Server and the G600 Media Gateway
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Voice Mail
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This figure shows the S8100 Media Server with a G600 Media Gateway: The S8100
Media Server is a two slot processor running the WINDOWS 2000 operating system with
co-resident applications such as MultiVantage Software, INTUITY™ AUDIX® and
Avaya Site Administration.
2
DCP Phones: Supports 2-wire and 4-wire Avaya Multi-function phones.
3
Analog connectivity such as, analog trunks, stations and FAX machines.
4
IP Phones: Avaya 4600 series phones.
5
Voice Mail: Co-resident INTUITY™ AUDIX® eight port voice mail or an external
Voice Mail system (external shown).
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T1/E1 Capability:
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The T1 (or T-1)carrier is the most commonly used digital line in the United States,
Canada or Japan.
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The E1 (or E-1) carrier is a a European digital transmission format. It is the
equivalent of the North American T-carrier system format.
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Medium-sized Business Solution
Medium-sized business solution using the DEFINITY Server CSI with the CMC1 Media Gateway
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The DEFINITY CSI with the CMC1 Media Gateway
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DCP Phones: Supports 2-wire and 4-wire Avaya Multi-function phones.
3
Analog connectivity such as, analog trunks, analog stations and FAX machines.
4
IP Phones: Avaya 4600 series phones.
5
Voice Mail: INTUITY™ AUDIX® shown using IP connectivity.
6
T1/E1 Connectivity:
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The T1 (or T-1)carrier is the most commonly used digital line in the United States,
Canada or Japan.
•
The E1 (or E-1) carrier is a a European digital transmission format. It is the
equivalent of the North American T-carrier system format.
October 2002
Customer Configurations
Medium-sized business solution using the Avaya S8700 Media Server and the G600 Media Gateway
LAN
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Duplicated S8700 Media Servers
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Ethernet Switch: A device that provides for port multiplication by having more than one
network segment. The Ethernet Switch could be provided by Avaya or already exists in
the customer’s network.
3
UPS: Used to provide power during an outage and allow for a graceful shutdown of the
server.
4
G600 Media Gateway: Connected to the S8700 Media Server by IP. This is the only
supported connectivity in the IP Connect configuration. The G600 contains 10 slots and
can use traditional DEFINITY circuit packs.
5
DCP Phones: Supports 2-wire and 4-wire Avaya Multi-function phones.
6
IP Phones: Avaya 4600 series IP phones.
7
Analog connectivity such as analog stations, lines, trunks and FAX machines
8
T1/E1 Connectivity:
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The T1 (or T-1) carrier is the most commonly used digital line in the United
States, Canada and Japan.
•
The E1 (or E-1) carrier is a European digital transmission format. It is the
equivalent of the North American T-carrier system format.
Wireless
Voice Mail System: INTUITY™ AUDIX® is shown connecting via IP.
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Large Businesses
Large-business solution using the Avaya S8700 Media Server and the MCC1 Media Gateway
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The S8700 Media Server and a MCC1 Media Gateway
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Ethernet must be Avaya provided.
3
UPS: Provides power hold over when commercial power shuts down. The UPS units
are duplicated in this configuration (one for each server).
4
Modems for services access.
5
Services connectivity.
6
Dedicated LAN A for control data.
7
Dedicated LAN B for control data.
8
Port networks
9
DCP Phones: Avaya Multi-function Digital Terminals.
10
Analog connectivity such as, analog phones, FAX machines and trunks.
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Item #
11
Description
T1/E1 Connectivity:
•
The T1 (or T-1) carrier is the most commonly used digital line in the United
States, Canada and Japan.
•
The E1 (or E-1) carrier is a European digital transmission format. It is the
equivalent of the North American T-carrier system format.
12
IP Phones: Avaya 4600 series IP phones.
13
Avaya Call Management System (CMS): Used in a call center environment to collect
and store data for reports and management.
14
Voice Mail: INTUITY™ AUDIX® shown in this configuration connecting via IP.
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Branch Office and Multi-Site
Configurations
Branch Office Configuration
A remote branch office location is apart of a larger enterprise network. In this configuration the S8700
Media Server resides in the main location and controls the G700 Media Gateway in the remote location. It
is highly desirable for the branch office to be survivable in the event of lost connectivity to the S8700
Media Server. Survivability is accomplished with the use of the S8300 Media Server in an LSP
configuration
Branch Office Configuration
4
1
2
IPSI
A 5
3
A
CLAN
IP Media
Processor
LAN
9
10
8
V1
6
7
2
Voice Mail
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Item #
Description
1
Duplicated S8700 Media Servers
2
Ethernet switch must be Avaya provided.
3
UPS units: Two UPS units one for each server.
4
MCC1 Media Gateway
5
Dedicated LAN connectivity to the IPSI board in the MCC1 Media Gateway.
6
IP Phones off of the customer’s LAN
7
Voice Mail: INTUITY™ AUDIX® shown connected via IP.
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Figure Notes — Continued
Item #
Description
8
The G700 Media Gateway is connected via the LAN to the C-LAN board located in the
MCC1 Media Gateway. The S8300 Media Server in an LSP configuration is located in
the G700 Media Gateway. In the event of a loss in communication between the S8700
and the G700 the LSP will provide a backup for the endpoints that register with it.
9
DCP Phones: Avaya Multi-Function Digital Phones.
10
Analog connectivity such as, analog phones, lines and trunks.
Multi-Site Environment
The following figure shows the S8700 Media Server (top middle) connected to a S8300 Media Server in a
G700 Media Gateway (bottom left) and a DEFINITY® Server CSI (bottom right)
Multi-Site Configuration
LAN
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LAN
WAN
V1
PSTN
LAN
PSTN
LAN
In a multi-site environment there are a number of standalone solutions connected together using protocols
such as QSIG or DCS. Each location has it’s own processing capability and separate managed
configurations. These configurations can be a mix of different solutions. Voice mail can be shared or
connected to a network.
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Adjuncts
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INTUITY AUDIX
On a typical day, employees can get voice messages from their telephones, documents from the
FAX machine down the hall and email at the computer. Message management takes time, and
urgent communication can easily be overlooked. The INTUITY AUDIX message server saves
employees time. Employees can quickly retrieve, organize and respond to all messages by
priority. This includes voice messages, email messages, and fax messages. All messages can be
accessed from either a telephone or PC, at work, at home or on the road. INTUITY AUDIX
Integrates email messaging and FAX messaging to make it easier to collaborate with partners,
suppliers and others outside your messaging network.
INTUITY AUDIX includes:
•
Visual desktop access to messages via Message Manager
•
Integrated FAX messaging
•
Analog, digital and IP network capability
•
A LAN/IP circuit card for integrating email messaging and digital networking
•
Text-to-speech conversion for retrieving emails by phone
•
PC-based mailbox administration
Avaya Call Management System (CMS)
Avaya CMS is an integrated analysis and reporting tool that is used in a call center environment.
Call center managers can use CMS to gather information on just one agent, a group of agents, a
single contact center or multiple locations around the world.
Avaya CMS is flexible and scalable. Avaya CMS is ideal for small single-location contact
centers, in large multi-location applications.
With Avaya CMS you can:
•
Analyze call flow
•
Match your personnel resources and skills to call volumes and caller needs
•
Identify ways to increase productivity and reduce costs
•
Plan new marketing and promotional campaigns
•
Identify training needs
•
Take fast, effective action to improve the overall efficiency of the operations of your call
center.
•
Integrate data with mainframe-based documents such as sales reports and marketing
reports
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•
More than 200 pre formatted reports help call center managers see where they are
achieving and where they need improvements
Call Detail Reporting
Call Detail Reporting (CDR) is a software application that resides on a server that is connected
to the MultiVantage or DEFINITY solution. The CDR application collects call records from the
server or switch and stores them for reports. The reports can be used for many purposes
including billing, administration and proactive maintenance. Some of the CDR vendors are
Veramark and Quantam.
Example report Categories:
•
Organization reports identify calls that are made by individuals or groups so that you can
charge the calls back to the right department or company.
•
Call search reports allow call records to be analyzed through broad or narrow search
criteria.
•
Exception reports identify the longest and most expensive calls as well as trunks without
call activity.
•
Traffic reports provide a network-wide view of usage by call type, trunk, duration, area
code, cost and other variables.
•
Account code reports identify calls that are made on-behalf of clients or projects and can
be used for associated billing.
Avaya Basic Call Management System
Reporting Desktop
Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop is a software application that works
with MultiVantage Software. This product will provide call center managers with the ability to
store data for greater then seven days, a graphical view of real time reports in a Windows based
environment and a driver to “push” data to wallboards. In addition, Avaya Basic Call
Management System Reporting Desktop provides “point and click” historical report data
transfer to third-party spreadsheet applications such as Microsoft Excel and Lotus 1-2-3. Avaya
Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop must reside on a server with a Microsoft
operating system. The capacity of the server determines the amount of data that can be stored.
Avaya IP Agent
Avaya IP Agent is a softphone agent solution that accommodates all the MultiVantage Call
Center agent features and capabilities for agents who work remotely or in an office location.
Agents have access to the full range of MultiVantage agent capabilities using a intuitive
graphical user interface (GUI) with standard Microsoft Windows drag and drop conventions.
The IP Agent solutions includes an interface to access existing corporate database information
via Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and an integrated call history feature that
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provides agents a detailed view of the calls made and received. In addition, call center managers
can administer screen pops based on commonly used triggers, such as dialed number
identification services (DNIS), automatic number identification (ANI) and prompted digits.
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Avaya MultiVantage Solutions
Index
Index
Numerics
4-wire S/T-NT interfaces, 183
4C3S-75 solid state protectors, 338
1217A Power Supply, 176
48-VDC batteries, 326
507B sneak fuse panels, 337, 338
631DA1/B1 AC power units, 176, 323
649A DC power units, 177, 332
676B DC power units, 335
650A Power Unit (CMC1 Media Gateway), 177
676C DC Power, 177
982LS Current Limiter for DEFINITY SI, 178
A
AC power
battery chargers, 324
circuit breakers, 322
distribution units, 324
grounding, 332
power feeders, 319
supply
WP-91153, 334
units
631DA1/B1, 176, 323
acoustic noise levels, 319
Adjunct Systems, 56
Analog Trunk/Telephone Media Module (MM711), 46,
73
approved grounds, 332
AS1 UPS
1500VA 100V, 361
1500VA 120V, 360
1500VA 200V, 362
1500VA 230V, 360
700 VA 120V, 358
700VA 100V, 359
700VA 200V, 359
700VA 230V, 358
Add-on Modules, 362
ATM
switch, 94
ATM-CES, 134
ATM-PNC, 133
auxiliary cabinets, 111
Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop
BMCSVu, 377
Avaya Call Management System
CMS, 376
Avaya Directory Enabled Management, 54, 77, 98
Avaya IP Agent, 377
Avaya MultiService Network Manager, 54, 78, 98
Avaya MultiVantage Configuration Manger, 54, 77, 98
Avaya MultiVantage Fault & Performance Manager, 54,
77, 98
Avaya Policy Manager, 55, 78, 98
Avaya R300 Remote Office Communicator, 115, 128
overview, 115, 128
Avaya Solutions
Large Business, 370
Medium Sized Business, 367, 368
Small Business, 366
Avaya Telephones
Analog, 286
2500 and 2554, 286
2520B, 289
6211, 287
6219, 288
Attendant Consoles, 284
302D, 284
Softconsole, 284
Digital Telephones, 275
2420, 275
6402 and 6402D, 276
6408D+, 277
6416D+M, 278
6424D+M, 279
Callmaster IV, 280
Callmaster V, 281
Callmaster VI, 283
IP Telephones
4602, 268
4606, 269
4612, 270
4620, 271
4624, 272
4630, 274
Wireless, 289
Transtalk 9040, 289
Avaya Terminal Configuration, 54, 78, 98
Avaya VoIP Monitoring Manager, 55, 78, 98
B
backup power, 326, 328
batteries
48 VDC, 326
chargers, 326
small assemblies, 328
BCCs (J58890L), 110
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Index
C
cabinets
AC powered, 334
auxiliary (J58886N), 162
CBCs, 334
cooling fans, 336
DC powered, 338
dimensions/clearances, 317
earthquake protections, 339
lightning protection, 338
power sources, 319
Call Detail Reporting
CDR, 377
CallVisor ASAI, 155, 178
CBCs, 334, 338
CE marks, 4
center stage switches, 94
CFY1B Current Limiter for DEFINITY R, 178
CFY1B current limiters, 173
circuit breakers, 322, 325, 326
circuit packs
sneak current protection, 338
C-LAN TN799DP for S8700 IP Connect, 63
CMC1 Media Gateway, 138
CMC1 Media Gateway for DEFINITY CSI, 101
CMCs (J58890T), 110
dimensions, 317
fan units, 336
commercial floor loading code, 318
concrete encased grounds, 333
conduit, as ground, 333
cooling fans, 336
corrosive gas contaminants, 316
coupled bonding conductor (for grounding), 334
CSS, 131, 132
Current Limiter, 178
current limiters
CFY1B, 173
Customer Configuration Options for the S8300 Media
Server with G700 Media Gateway, 53
D
DC power
circuit breakers, 322
distribution units
J58890CF, 330
J58890CG, 335
grounding, 332
relays, 326
requirements, 322, 330
units
649A, 177, 332
676B, 335
DCP Media Module (MM712), 47, 73
DEFINITY CSI
Detailed Description, 100
MultiVantage Software, 103
Overview, 100
overview, 100
Reliability and Recovery, 102
Required System Components, 100
CMC1 Media Gateway, 101
TN2182 Tone Clock, 101
TN2402 Processor Board, 101
DEFINITY R
Adjunct Systems, 136
Cabinets, 123
Multi-Carrier Cabinets (MCC1), 124
Single-Carrier Cabinets (SCC1), 123
Carriers, 123
Connectivity, 129
ATM, 133
ATM WAN spare processors
ATM WAN spare processors, 134
TCP/IP, 129
Detailed Description, 120
Optional Components
ATM Switch, 133
Center Stage Switch (CSS), 131
Expansion Port Network, 125
IP Solutions, 125
Overview, 119
Port Network, 122
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing
Element, 121
Reliability, 135
Required System Components, 120
DEFINITY Server CSI
Adapter, 252
Avaya Telephones, 252
Analog, 253
Consoles, 253
Digital, 252
Explosive Atmosphere, 253
IP, 252
SoundStation, 252
Wireless, 253
Circuit Packs, 249
Application, 251
Control, 251
Line, 249
Port, 251
Power, 249
Service, 251
Trunk, 250
Media Gateways, 249
October 2002
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Index
DEFINITY Server R
Avaya Telephones, 264
Analog, 265
Consoles, 265
Digital, 264
Explosive Atmosphere, 265
IP, 264
Wireless, 265
Circuit Packs, 260
Application, 263
Control, 262
Line, 260
Port, 263
Power, 260
Trunk, 261
Cirucit Packs
Service, 263
Media Gateways, 260
DEFINITY Server SI
Avaya Telephones, 257
Analog, 258
Consoles, 259
Digital, 258
Explosive Atmosphere, 258
IP, 257
SoundStation, 258
Wireless, 258
Circuit Packs, 254
Application, 257
Control, 256
Line, 254
Port, 257
Power, 254
Service, 256
Trunk, 255
Media Gateways, 254
DEFINITY SI
Adjunct Systems, 99, 104, 118
Cabinets, 110
Multi-Carrier Cabinets (MCC1), 111
Single-Carrier Cabinet (SCC1), 110
Carriers, 110
Connectivity, 116
C-LAN, 116, 129
IP Asynchronous Links, 116, 130
TCP/IP, 116
Detailed Description, 106
H.323 IP Trunk, 114, 127
IP Trunk, 114, 128
Network Control/Packet Interface, 111
Optional Components, 112
Expansion Port Network, 112
IP Media Processor, 112
IP Solutions, 112
R300 Remote Office Communicator, 115, 128
Port Network, 109
Processor Port Network and Switch Processing
Element, 107
Reliability, 117
Required System Components, 106
System Capacity, 118
DIGITAL Server R
Avaya Telephones
SoundStation, 264
duplicated control cabinets (J58890M), 110
duplication interfaces
UN330B, 218
E
earth, 333
earthquake protections, 339
electrical components, power distribution units, 325
electromagnetic compatibility standards, 3
EMI filters, 326
enhanced DC rectifier cabinet, 335
EPN cabinets (J58890A), 111, 165
EPNs, 112
Ethernet Switch for S8700 IP Connect, 61
Ethernet Switch for S8700 Multi-Connect, 85
expansion control cabinets
J58890AF, 165
SCCs, 110
expansion port carriers (J58890BB), 165
F
floor grounds, 333
floor loads, 318
France
50-Hz 8RG power unit slots, 173
fuse panels (J58889AB), 162
fuses
20-amp, 327
sneak current protectors, 338
G
G600 Media Gateway, 141
G600 Media Gateway for S8700 IP Connect, 61
G700 Media Gateway, 38, 145
Cabling, 41, 68, 148
Expansion Module, 39, 66, 146
Gateway Software, 43, 70, 150
LEDs, 42, 69, 149
Maintenance Software, 43, 70, 150
Media Modules, 44, 70
Motherboard, 42, 68, 149
Power Supply, 41, 68, 148
Stacking Module, 41, 67, 148
System-Level LEDs, 43, 69, 150
G700 Media Gateway for S8300 Media Server, 64
G700 Media Gateway for S8700 Multi-Connect, 87
ground isolation, 331
ground ring, 333
ground wiring, 323
grounding, AC and DC, 332, 333, 334
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Index
H
M
hardware
center stage switches, 94
humidity, 340
MCC1 Media Gateway, 161, 166
MCC1 Media Gateway for S8700 Multi-Connect, 86
MCCs (multicarrier cabinets)
auxiliary cabinets, 162
carrier types, 111
DC power distribution, 331
fan units, 336
ground integrity, 339
power distribution, 327
power systems, 323
Media Gateway
CMC1, 138
G600, 141
G700, 145
MCC1, 161
SCC1, 153
Media Gateways for S8700 Multi-Connect, 86
Media Module
Analog, 225
BRI, 228
DCP, 227
T1/E1, 222
VoIP, 229
Media Module LEDs, 43, 69, 149
Media Modules, 44, 70
Analog Trunk/Telephone Media Module
(MM711), 45, 46, 72, 73
DCP Media Module (MM712), 47
T1/E1 Media Module (MM710), 45, 72
VoIP Media Module (MM760), 48, 74
MM 712 DCP Media Module, 47
MM710, 222
MM710 T1/E1 Media Module, 45, 72
MM711, 225
MM711 Analog Trunk/Telephone Media Module, 46, 73
MM712, 227
MM720, 228
MM760, 229
MM760 VoIP Media Module, 48, 74
Modem for S8700 Multi-Connect, 86
I
international requirements, 322, 330
INTUITY AUDIX, 376
IP Media Processor TN2302AP for S8700 IP
Connect, 64
IP Server Interface for S8700 Multi-Connect, 84
IP Solutions, 112, 125
implementation, 113, 127
trunks
H.323, 114, 127
IPSI for S8700 Multi-Connect, 84
IPSI TN2312AP for S8700 IP Connect, 62
isolator interfaces, 331
J
J58886N auxiliary cabinets, 162
J58889AB fuse panels, 162
J58890A EPN/PPN cabinet, 165
J58890AF expansion control cabinets, 165
J58890AP processor carriers, 168
J58890BB port carriers, 163, 165
J58890CE-2 AC power distribution units/battery
chargers, 324
J58890CF-2 DC power distribution units, 330
J58890CG DC power distribution units, 335
J58890CH-1 AC power distribution units, 327
J58890H port cabinets, 110
J58890L BCCs, 110
J58890R enhanced DC rectifier cabinets, 335
J58890SA SN carriers, 166
K
KS-21906, L9 48 VDC battery, 326
N
NAA1 Fiber Optic Cable Adaptor (CMC1 Media
Gateway), 179
non-US power requirements, 322, 330
L
large battery power backup, 329
lightning protection, 338
Local Survivable Processor (LSP), 49, 75
O
overvoltage protections, 337
October 2002
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Index
P
P133G2 and P134G2
Features, 354
Agency Approval, 355
Environmental Information, 355
Interfaces, 354
Physical Characteristics, 354
Power Consumption, 355
Supported Standards, 354
Overview, 353
P133G2 Ethernet Switch, 353
P134G2 Ethernet Swtich, 353
P330 Ethernet Switch, 346
Features, 346
Auto-Negotiation, 347
Backup Power Supply, 349
CajunView, 351
Command Line Interface, 351
Congestion Control, 347
Device Manager, 350
Fans, 349
Intermodule Redundancy, 349
IP Multicast Filtering, 348
Leaky VLANs, 347
Link Aggregation Group, 348
MAC Security, 348
Multiple VLANs per Port, 347
Network Management, 350
Network Management Agent Redundancy, 350
Network Monitoring, 351
Network TIME Acquiring Protocols, 348
Port Classification, 348
Port Mirroring, 351
Port Redundancy, 349
Radius Security, 348
SMON, 352
Software Download, 350
Stack Redundancy, 349
Standards, 350
VLANs, 347
peripherals, ground isolation, 331
pipe grounds, 332
port cabinets, 110
port carriers, 163, 165
Port Networks for S8700 IP Connect, 61
power
backup, 327, 328
current limited, 173
DC requirements, 322, 330
feeders, 319
global requirements, 322, 330
outages, 95
sources, 319
transformers, 333
Power Backup for S8700 IP Connect, 60
Power Backup for S8700 Multi-Connect, 85
power converters
631DA1/B1, 176, 323
649A, 177, 332
Power Supply, AC, WP-1217A, 176
power units
AC
631DA1/B1, 176, 323
J58890CE-2, 324
DC
649A, 177, 332
676B, 335
distribution, 325
distribution (J58890CH-1), 327
electrical components, 325
PPNs
cabinets, 111
processors
J58890AP carriers, 168
protections, system, 337
protective grounds, 332
R
relays, DC power, 326
Remote Office Communicator
overview, 115, 128
requirements
international, 322
ring generators, 326
Russia
MFR (TN2182C), 202
MFR (TN744B/C/D), 144, 186
S
S8100 Media Server
Adapters, 235
Administration, 33
Avaya Telephones, 235
Analog, 236
Consoles, 236
Digital Telephones, 235
Explosive Atmosphere Telephones, 236
IP Telephones, 235
Soundstation Speakerphones, 235
Wireless, 236
Circuit Packs, 232
Application, 234
Control, 234
Line, 232
Port, 234
Power, 232
Service, 234
Trunk, 233
CMC1 Media Gateway, 30
Detailed Description, 28
G600 Media Gateway, 30
Main components, 29
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Index
S8100 Media Server, (continued)
Media Gateways, 232
MultiVantage Software, 33
Overview, 28
Recoverability, 32
Reliability, 31
S8100 Media Server Optional Components, 232
S8300 Media Server
Avaya Telephones, 237
Analog Telephones, 238
Digital Telephones, 237
IP Telephones, 237
SoundStation, 238
Wireless, 238
Media Gateways, 237
Media Modules for the G700 Media Gateway, 237
S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable Processor
Mode with an S8700 Multi-Connect, 95
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Configuration, 49, 75
S8300 Media Server Web Interface, 55, 78, 99
S8300 Media Server with G700 Media Gateway
Configuration Description, 36
Customer Configuration Options, 53
Description of Server, 37
Detailed Description, 36
G700 Media Gateway, 64
Media Server Web Interface, 55, 78, 99
Module Interfaces, 51
Overview, 35
S8300 Media Server in an LSP Configuration, 49, 75
System Management, 54
S8700 IP Connect
C-LAN (TN799DP), 63
Detailed Description, 59
Duplex Reliability, 76
Ethernet Switch, 61
G600 Media Gateway, 61
IP Media Processor (TN2302AP), 64
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP), 62
Media Server, 60
Overview, 58
Port Networks, 61
G600 Media Gateway, 61
Reliability
Duplex Reliability, 76
Required System Components, 59
System Management, 77
UPS or Power Backup, 60
USB Modem, 61
S8700 IP Connect Detailed Description, 59
S8700 IP Connect Media Server, 60
S8700 IP Connect Required System Components, 59
S8700 Media Server, 83
Circuit Packs
Line, 239
Trunk, 240
S8700 Media Server IP Connect
Avaya Telephones, 241
Analog, 242
Consoles, 243
Digital, 242
Explosive Atmosphere, 242
IP, 241
SoundStation, 242
Wireless, 242
Circuit Packs, 239
Application, 241
Control, 240
Port, 241
Service, 241
Media Gateways, 239
S8700 Media Server Multi-Connect
Avaya Telephones, 247
Analog, 248
Consoles, 248
Digital, 247
Explosive Atmosphere, 248
IP, 247
SoundStation, 248
Wireless, 248
Circuit Packs, 244
Application, 247
Control, 246
Line, 244
Port, 247
Power, 244
Service, 246
Trunk, 245
Media Gateways, 244
S8700 Multi-Connect
Adjunct Systems and Solutions, 81
Communication Complex Configuration, 83
Connectivity, 94
ATM Network, 94
CSS Network, 94
Detailed Description, 83
Ethernet Switch, 85
G700 Media Gateway, 87
High Level Capabilities, 96
IP Server Interface (TN2312AP), 84
MCC1 Media Gateway, 86
Media Gateways, 86
Overview, 82
Recoverability, 95
Reliability, 87
Critical Reliability, 93
Duplex Reliability, 87
High Reliability, 90
Required System Components, 83
S8300 Media Server in a Local Survivable Processor
Mode, 95
S8700 Media Server, 83
SCC1 Media Gateway, 87
Survivable Remote EPN, 95
System Capacity, 80, 97
System Management, 98
UPS or Power Backup, 85
USB Modem, 86
October 2002
Avaya MultiVantage Solutions
Index
S8700 Multi-Connect Connectivity, 94
ATM Network, 94
CSS Network, 94
S8700 Multi-Connect Detailed Description, 83
S8700 Multi-Connect Recoverability, 95
S8700 Multi-Connect Reliability, 87
Critical Reliability, 93
Duplex Reliability, 87
High Reliability, 90
S8700 Required System Components, 83
SCC1 Media Gateway, 153
SCC1 Media Gateway for S8700 Multi-Connect, 87
SCCs (single carrier cabinets)
acoustic noise levels, 319
DC power supply (676B), 335
fan units, 337
power systems, 334
SCSI drives, 200
single point ground terminals, 333
small battery power backup, 328
SN carriers, 166
SN clock circuit packs, 184
sneak fuse panels (507B), 338
sneak protectors, 337
SNIs (TN573/B), 172, 184
solid state voltage protection, 338
SPEs, 109, 122
standards
electromagnetic compatibility, 3
Survivable Remote EPN in an S8700 Multi-Connect, 95
system
protections, 337
T
T1/E1 Media Module (MM710), 45, 72
TCP/IP
connectivity
C-LAN, 197
terminals
grounding, 333
TN1648 System Access and Maintenance
(SYSAM), 198
TN1650B Memory for DEFINITY R, 199
TN1654 DS1 Converter, T1 (24 channel) and E1 (32
channel), 200
TN1655 Packet Interface for DEFINITY R, 200
TN1657 Disk Drive for DEFINITY R, 200
TN2138 CO Trunk for Italy (8 ports), 201
TN2139 DID Trunk for Italy (8 ports), 201
TN2140BTie Trunk for Hungary and Italy (4-wire, 4
ports), 201
TN2146 DID Trunk for Belgium and the Netherlands (8
port), 201
TN2147C CO Trunk for Multiple Countries (8 ports), 201
TN2181 DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 16 ports), 202
TN2182C Tone-Clock, Tone Detector, and Call Classifier
(8 ports), 202
TN2183/TN2215 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16
ports), 207
TN2184 DIOD Trunk for Germany (4 ports), 203
TN2185 ISDN-BRI S/T-TE Interface (4-wire), 203
TN2198 ISDN-BRI U Interface (2-wire), 204
TN2199 CO Trunk for Russia (3-wire, 4 ports), 205
TN2202 Ring Generator for France, 205
TN2207 DS1 Interface, T1 (24-channel) and E1
(32-channel), 205
TN2209 Tie Trunk for Russia (4-wire, 4 ports), 206
TN2211 Optical Drive for DEFINITY R, 206
TN2214B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports), 207
TN2215/TN2183 Analog Line for Multiple Countries (16
ports), 207
TN2224B DCP Digital Line (2-wire, 24 ports), 208
TN2242 Digital Trunk (Japan 2MB TTC), 209
TN2301 Logic Switch for DEFINITY R, 209
TN2302 IP media processor, 209
TN2302AP IP Media Processor, 209
TN2305 ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for
Muti-Mode Fiber, 210
TN2306 ATM-CES Trunk/Port-Network Interface for Single-Mode Fiber, 210
TN2308 DID Trunk for Brazil (8 ports), 210
TN2313AP DS1 interface, 213
TN2313AP DS1 Interface (24-channel), 213
TN2314 S8100 Media Server, 143, 213
TN2401 Net/Pkt, 214
TN2401 Network Control/Packet Interface for DEFINITY
SI, 214
TN2401/2400 Net/Pkt sandwich board, 214
TN2401/TN2400 Net/Pkt Interface sandwich board
assembly for DEFINITY SI/I upgrades, 214
TN2402 Processor for DEFINITY CSI, 215
TN2404 Processor for DEFINITY SI, 215
TN2464BP DS1 Interface with Echo Cancellation,
T1/E1, 215
TN2501AP Voice Announcements over LAN (VAL), 216
TN2793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports), 216
TN572 SN clock, 184
TN573/B SNI, 184
TN2202 ring generator, 326
TN429D DIOD or Central Office Trunk (8 ports), 179
TN433 speech synthesizer Italy, 179
TN436B DID Trunk for Australia (8 ports), 179
TN438B CO trunk for Australia (8 port), 180
TN439 Tie Trunk for Australia and Japan, 180
TN457 Speech Synthesizer for British English, 180
TN459B DID Trunk for the United Kingdom, 180
TN464C/D/E/F DS1 Interface, 180
TN465C CO Trunk for Multiple Countries (8 port), 181
TN479 Analog Line (16 ports), 182
TN497 Tie Trunk for Italy TGU, TGE, and TGI (4
ports), 182
TN553 Packet Data Line, 182
TN556D ISDN-BRI 4-Wire Interface (12 ports), 183
TN568 DEFINITY AUDIX 4.0 Voice Mail System, 183
TN570D Expansion Interface, 183
TN572 Switch-Node Clock for DEFINITY R, 184
TN573/B SNI, 172
TN573B Switch Node Interface, 184
TN577 Packet Gateway (PGATE), 184
TN725B Speech Synthesizer for United States
English, 185
TN726B Data Line (8 ports), 185
TN735 MET Line (4 ports), 185
TN744E Call Classifier Tone Detector for Multiple Countries (8 ports), 144, 186
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TN746B Analog Line (16 ports), 186
TN747B CO Trunk (8 ports), 187
TN750C Recorded Announcement (16 channels), 188
TN753B DID Trunk (8 ports), 188
TN755B Neon Power Unit, 189
TN758 Pooled Modem, 189
TN760E Tie Trunk (4-wire, 4 ports), 190
TN762B Hybrid Line (8 ports), 190
TN763D Auxiliary Trunk (4 ports), 190
TN767E DS1 Interface, T1 (24 channel), 190
TN769 Analog Line (8 ports), 191
TN771DP Maintenance/Test, 192
TN771DP maintenance/test board with firmware
download, 192
TN775C Maintenance Board, 193
TN780 Tone Clock, 193
TN787K Multimedia Interface, 193
TN788C Multimedia Voice Conditioner, 194
TN789B Radio Controller, 194
TN791 Analog Guest Line (16 ports), 195
TN792 Duplication Interface for TN2404 Processor for
DEFINITY SI, 195
TN793B Analog Line with Caller ID (24 ports), 196
TN797 US Analog Trunk or Line Circuit Pack (8
ports), 197
TN799/B/C CLAN interface, 197
TN801 LAN Gateway interface, 198
TN801 MAPD (LAN Gateway Interface), 198
TN801B MAPD LAN Gateway Interface, 178
TN802B MAPD IP Interface Assembly, 198
TN-C7 ISDN-PRI to SS7 Converter, 218
TNCCSC-1 ISDN-PRI to DASS Converter, 217
TNCCSC-2 ISDN-PRI to DPNSS Converter, 217
TNCCSC-3 ISDN-PRI to DPNSS Converter, 218
TN-CIN Voice/Fax/Data Multiplexer, 218
trunks
H.323, 114, 127
U
UN330B duplication, 218
UN330B Duplication Interface for DEFINITY R, 218
UN331C Processor for DEFINITY R, 220
UN332C Mass Storage/Network Control for DEFINITY
R, 220
UPS, 326, 328
UPS for S8700 IP Connect, 60
UPS for S8700 Multi-Connect, 85
USB Modem for S8700 IP Connect, 61
USB Modem for S8700 Multi-Connect, 86
V
VoIP Media Module (MM760), 48, 74
W
WP-1217A Power Supply, 176
WP-91153 AC power, 334
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