Application Notes for Configuring the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000

Application Notes for Configuring the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
Avaya Solution & Interoperability Test Lab
Application Notes for Configuring the Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000 with Avaya Communication Manager and
Avaya SIP Enablement Services - Issue 1.0
Abstract
These Application Notes describe the steps for configuring the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
to communicate with Avaya Communication Manager and Avaya SIP Enablement Services
(SES) Server. The Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 is a wireless SIP telephone that registers
with Avaya Communication Manager through Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES).
Emphasis of the testing was placed on verifying good voice quality from the Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000 and its ability to interoperate with Avaya SIP Enablement Services. Note that
beginning with release 3.0 software, Avaya Converged Communication Server (CCS) has been
renamed to Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES). Information in these Application Notes
has been obtained through DeveloperConnection compliance testing and additional technical
discussions. Testing was conducted via the DeveloperConnection Program at the Avaya
Solution and Interoperability Test Lab.
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1. Introduction
Avaya Communication Manager and Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES) has the capability to
extend advanced telephony features to SIP stations. This feature set can be extended to non-Avaya
SIP phones such as the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000.
These Application Notes describe a solution for configuring the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 to
interoperate with Avaya Communication Manager and Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES). The
Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 is a wireless SIP telephone capable of registering with the Avaya SIP
Enablement Services (SES) via standard SIP. Quality of Service was achieved through the use of
Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone Layer-3 (DiffServ) setup and Meru Networks native
support for SIP.
1.1. Configuration
Figure 1 illustrates the configuration used in these Application Notes. The extension numbers used
by the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 phones are registered to Avaya Communication Manager via
Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES) and are administered as Off-PBX-Telephones stations in
Avaya Communication Manager. As a result, each Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 has access to
Off-PBX-Station (OPS) features available from Avaya Communication Manager. The names of the
Meru Networks Access Points (APs) “AP-6”, “AP-7”, and “AP-9” were automatically assigned by
the Meru Networks MC500 Controller as each AP was connected onto the system.
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Avaya
S8300 Media Server
50.1.1.10
G350 Media Gateway
VLAN 1 - 10.1.2.0/24 Network
VLAN 50 - 50.1.1.0/24 Network
Avaya SIP Enablement Services Server
50.1.1.50
Devcon.com
Avaya
4620SW
SIP Telephone
Ext-40002
`
DHCP Server
10.1.2.250
Avaya
4620SW
SIP Telephone
Ext-40003
Meru Networks
MC500 Controller
10.1.2.30
Extreme Networks
Summit 300-48 Switch
Avaya
4620SW
H.323 Telephone
Ext-40012
VLAN 3 - 10.3.3.0/24
Network
VLAN 2 - 10.2.2.0/24
Network
Meru Networks
AP208
“AP-6” - 10.2.2.30
Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000
Ext-40000
Meru Networks
AP208
“AP-9” - 10.3.3.30
Meru Networks
AP208
“AP-7” - 10.2.2.31
Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000
Ext-40001
Figure 1: Sample Network Configuration
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2. Equipment and Software Validated
The following equipment and software/firmware were used for the sample configuration provided:
Equipment
Avaya S8300 Media Server with Avaya G350
Media Gateway
Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES) Server
Avaya 4610SW/4620SW IP Telephones
Extreme Networks Summit 300-48 Switch
Meru Networks MC500 Controller
Meru Networks AP208
Hitachi Cable WirelessIP5000 telephone
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Software/Firmware
Communication Manager 3.0
(R0.13x.00.0.346.0)
3.0 (build 31)
2.2
ExtremeWare 7.4e.1.5
3.1.2-5
N/A
Software release 2.1.4
Boot Rom 1.0.3
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3. Configure the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
The following steps describe the configuration for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone to
register with Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES).
3.1. Log into the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
Step
Description
The Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone is shown below. Some of the buttons are
1.
highlighted to facilitate referencing in this document.
LeftSoft Key
“Joystick”
CLR Key
SEND Key
END Key
Note: A full explanation of the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 is beyond the scope of
this document. Refer to the Hitachi Cable documentation [7] for additional details.
2.
Press and hold the END Key to turn on the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000.
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Step
Description
Begin configuration by pressing the LeftSoft key. This will display the Menu screen.
3.
From the Menu screen, press the key sequence “5”,”2”, “1” (Setup Phone lock
User Pwd) to display the login prompt. Enter the appropriate password and press in
the Joystick to enter.
The Admin menu screen below will appear after logging in.
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3.2. Network Configuration for Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
Step
Description
From the Admin menu screen, press “1” to select Network.
1.
From the Network menu screen, press the key sequence “1”, “1”, “2”
(Network Config1 WLAN) to access the WLAN screen. Press the LeftSoft key to
select Edit. Use the keypad to enter the SSID, which must match the SSID configured
on the wireless network. The sample configuration uses the SSID sip. Press in the
Joystick to save.
Note: Push the LeftSoft key left or right to change Upper/Lower case letters, special
characters or numbers. Press in the Joystick to select the highlighted selection. Press
the CLR key to move back up one menu screen.
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Step
Description
From Config1 menu screen, press “3” (WEP) to display the WEP menu screen. Press
2.
the LeftSoft key to edit.
1. Push the joystick to the left or right in the Use WEP field until Enabled is displayed.
2. Push the joystick downward until the WEPKey 1 field is highlighted, and enter the
WEP key using the keypad on the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone. The
WEP key can be enter in either ASCII or Hex and should always match what is
configured on the wireless network. Refer to the Hitachi Cable documentation for
additional information [7].
The sample configuration uses the following setting:
Use WEP
Auth Algorithm
WEP bits
DefaultKeyId
WEPKey 1 <Asc>
WEPKey 2 <Hex>
WEPKey 3 <Hex>
WEPKey 4 <Hex>
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(Enabled)
AUTO
64 bits
1
12345
00:00:00:00:00
00:00:00:00:00
00:00:00:00:00
----------default
----------default
----------default
----------default
----------default
----------default
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Step
Description
From the Config1 menu screen, press “6” (SIP Outb Proxy) to display the SIP Outb
3.
Proxy menu screen. Press the LeftSoft key to edit. Use the keypad on the Hitachi
Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone to enter the IP address of the Avaya SIP Enablement
Services (SES) server. The Avaya SIP Enablement Services server in the sample
network has IP address 50.1.1.50. Press in the Joystick to save.
4.
From the Config1 menu screen, press “8”(IP DiffServ) to display the IP DiffServ menu
screen. Press the LeftSoft key to edit. Use the keypad on the phone to enter the
appropriate DiffServ value in hex. The sample configuration uses the value below. This
is also the same value configured in the ip-network-region of Avaya Communication
Manager.
Signal DSCP
Voice DSCP
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Hex
0x2e
0x2e
Decimal
46
46
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3.3. SIP Configuration for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
The following steps describe the SIP configuration for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone.
Step
Description
From the Network menu screen, press the key sequence “2”, “1” (SIP User Account)
1.
to display the User Account menu screen.
Press the LeftSoft key to edit. Push the Joystick upward or downward to scroll and
enter the following information. The sample configuration uses extension 40000. The
User Password must match what is configured in the Avaya SIP Enablement Services
server for the extension being configured.
Display Name
Phone Number
User ID
User Password
URL scheme
40000
40000
40000
123456
sip
Press in the Joystick to save and return to the SIP menu screen.
Note: Make sure that each Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone has the appropriate
User ID and User Password as this information will be used to register the phone with
the Avaya SIP Enablement Services server.
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Step
Description
From the SIP menu screen, press “2” (Server setup) to display the Server setup menu
2.
screen.
Press the LeftSoft key to edit. Push the Joystick upward or downward to scroll and
enter the Domain/Realm and 1st Proxy information. Press in the Joystick to save and
return to the SIP menu screen.
The sample configuration uses the following information:
Domain/Realm
1st Proxy
3.
devcon.com
50.1.1.50
Domain of the SES server
IP address of the SES server
From the SIP menu screen, press “4” (Outbound Proxy) to display the Outbound
Proxy menu screen. Press the LeftSoft key to edit. Using the keypad on the phone
enter the IP address of the Avaya SIP Enablement Services server. Press in the Joystick
to save.
The sample configuration uses the following information:
Config1
4.
50.1.1.50
IP address of the SES server
Press the END key to exit out of the menu.
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3.4. Other Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 Telephone Configuration
This section describes other settings that are not accessible through the keypad from the Hitachi
Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone. The following settings are accessible using Hitachi Cable Web
Server interface.
Step
Description
1.
To obtain the IP address information for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone,
press the LeftSoft key to display the Menu. Press the key sequence “5”, “6”,
“1”(Setup Information TCP/IP) to display the TCP/IP information for the Hitachi
Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone.
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Step
Description
From a Web browser, enter the IP address of the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
2.
telephone with port 8080 (e.g. http://10.2.2.52:8080). The Hitachi Cable Wireless IP
5000 in the sample configuration has IP address 10.2.2.52. Enter the appropriate User
Name and Password when prompted to log in. The following WirelessIP 5000 Web
Configuration Tool will appear. Click on Configuration.
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Step
Description
From the System Configuration menu screen, click on RTP RTCP to change RTP port
3.
settings.
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Step
Description
From the RTP RTCP configuration screen, change the following to match the ip4.
network-region setting in Avaya Communication Manager.
RTP Port Min (1024~65535)
RTP Port Max (1024~65535)
2048
3028
Click on CHANGE VALUE to complete.
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Step
Description
From the System Configuration menu screen, click on DTMF.
5.
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Step
Description
From the DTMF menu screen, change the Mode to RFC2833 from the drop down box.
6.
The default Mode “in-Audio” will cause calls to become Non-Shuffling. Mode must be
set to “RFC2833” for calls to be Shuffled.
Click CHANGE VALUE to complete.
7.
Close the Web browser to exit.
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4. Configure the Meru Networks MC500 Controller
The following steps describe the configuration for the Meru Networks wireless setup in the sample
configuration.
Step
Description
1.
To perform the initial configuration of the Meru Networks MC500 Controller, set up a
serial connection from a PC or laptop. On the PC or laptop, set up a terminal session as
follows:
115200 baud
8 bits
no parity
1 stop bit
Log in as admin to access the Meru command-line interface (CLI). The CLI prompt
displayed depends on the hostname of the MC500 Controller. At the CLI prompt, type
configure terminal to enter configuration mode. After assigning an IP address to the
MC500 Controller in the step below, a telnet session may be used to access the CLI of
the MC500 Controller.
2.
Assign a host name, IP address, and default gateway to the MC500 Controller. In
addition, specify the IP address of the DHCP server. This enables DHCP relay on the
MC500 Controller to allow dynamic IP addressing for the wireless IP endpoints. The
MC500 Controller does not get its IP address from the DHCP server.
MC500# configure terminal
MC500(config)# hostname MC500
MC500(config)# ip address 10.1.2.30 255.255.255.0
MC500(config)# ip default-gateway 10.1.2.1
MC500(config)# ip dhcp-server 10.1.2.250
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Step
Description
Configure the three Access Points (APs) in the WLAN configuration depicted in Figure
3.
1. AP-6, AP-7 and AP-9 are in different subnets than the MC500 Controller. Therefore
these APs are configured for Layer 3 connectivity, which requires the MC500 Controller
IP address to be specified.
MC500(config)# ap 6
MC500(config)# description AP-6
MC500(config)# mac-address 00:0c:e6:00:40:58
MC500(config-ap)# connectivity l3-preferred
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip address 10.2.2.30 255.255.255.0
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip default-gateway 10.2.2.1
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# controller ip 10.1.2.30
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# end
MC500(config)# ap 7
MC500(config)# description AP-7
MC500(config)# mac-address 00:0c:e6:00:40:6c
MC500(config-ap)# connectivity l3-preferred
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip address 10.2.2.31 255.255.255.0
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip default-gateway 10.2.2.1
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# controller ip 10.1.2.30
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# end
MC500(config)# ap 9
MC500(config)# description AP-9
MC500(config)# mac-address 00:0c:e6:00:3e:e1
MC500(config-ap)# connectivity l3-preferred
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip address 10.3.3.30 255.255.255.0
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# ip default-gateway 10.3.3.1
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# controller ip 10.1.2.30
MC500(config-ap-connectivity)# end
4.
The wireless IP endpoints that register with Avaya SIP Enablement Services are
assigned to VLAN 2. Create a VLAN named vlan2 with a tag of “2”. Assign an IP
address, default gateway, and DHCP server to the VLAN interface. This enables 802.1Q
trunking on the MC500 Controller for VLAN 2 only. In this configuration, VLAN 2 was
mapped to ESSID sip, to be configured in Step 6.
MC500(config)# vlan
MC500(config-vlan)#
MC500(config-vlan)#
MC500(config-vlan)#
MC500(config-vlan)#
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vlan2 tag 2
ip address 10.2.2.35 255.255.255.0
ip default-gateway 10.2.2.1
ip dhcp-server 10.1.2.250
exit
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Step
Description
5.
To require the wireless IP endpoints to use WEP encryption, create a security profile that
will be assigned to the ESSID in Step 6. Security profile wep was configured to support
WEP encryption. The Hitachi Wireless IP5000 telephones must match the following
settings in order to gain access to the wireless network. These are the same settings as
Section 3.2 Step 2.
MC500(config)# security-profile wep
MC500(config-security)# allowed-l2-modes wep
MC500(config-security)# encryption-modes wep64
MC500(config-security)# static-wep key 12345
MC500(config-security)# static-wep key-index 1
MC500(config-security)# exit
6.
Create ESSID sip and assign security profile wep and VLAN2 that was created in Step 4
to this ESSID.
MC500(config)# essid
MC500(config-essid)#
MC500(config-essid)#
MC500(config-essid)#
MC500(config-essid)#
MC500(config-essid)#
7.
sip
security-profile wep
vlan support configured-vlan-only
ssid sip
ap-discovery join-virtual-ap
exit
After making the configuration changes, save the changes using the following command:
MC500# copy running-config startup-config
8.
Some configuration commands require a MC500 Controller reboot for the changes to
take effect. To manually reboot the MC500 Controller and its associated Access Points,
use the following command:
MC500# reload all
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5. Configure Avaya Communication Manager
This section highlights the important commands for defining SIP telephones on Avaya
Communication Manager. For complete documentation, see references [1] and [2]. Use the System
Access Terminal (SAT) interface to perform these steps. Log in with the appropriate credentials.
5.1. Add New Stations to Avaya Communication Manager
Using the add station command, add a station for each SIP phone to be supported. The sample
configuration uses 6408D+ for the station type. Use the appropriate COS value. Make sure that the
station has three (3) “call-appr” buttons for Button Assignment. Set the IP SoftPhone field to n.
Repeat the following steps to add additional SIP telephone extensions.
add station 40000
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STATION
Extension: 40000
Type: 6408D+
Port: X
Name: SIP40000
STATION OPTIONS
Loss Group:
Data Module?
Speakerphone:
Display Language:
Loss Group:
Data Module?
Speakerphone:
Lock Messages? n
Security Code:
Coverage Path 1
Coverage Path 2:
2
n
2-way
english
2
n
2-way
BCC:
TN:
COR:
COS:
Personalized Ringing Pattern:
Message Lamp Ext:
Mute Button Enabled?
Media Complex Ext:
IP SoftPhone?
add station 40000
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1
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40000
y
n
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4
STATION
SITE DATA
Room:
Jack:
Cable:
Floor:
Building:
ABBREVIATED DIALING
List1:
BUTTON ASSIGNMENTS
1: call-appr
2: call-appr
3: call-appr
Headset?
Speaker?
Mounting:
Cord Length:
Set Color:
List2:
n
n
d
0
List3:
5:
6:
7:
Use the change off-pbx-telephone station-mapping command to map Avaya Communication
Manager extensions to the Avaya SIP Enablement Service (SES) Server extensions. Select the
trunk-group number for the trunk-group configured between Avaya Communication Manager and
the Avaya SIP Enablement Services server. Select the Configuration Set number applicable for this
configuration. The sample configuration uses Configuration Set 1. For additional information
related to Avaya Communication Manager and OFF-PBX-EXTENSION support, refer to references
[2], [5], and [6].
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change off-pbx-telephone station-mapping 40000
STATIONS WITH OFF-PBX TELEPHONE INTEGRATION
Station
Extension
40000
40001
Application
OPS
OPS
Dial
Phone Number
Prefix
- 40000
- 40001
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Trunk
Selection
1
1
Call
Limit
3
3
Mapping
Mode
both
both
Calls
Allowed
all
all
2
Configuration
Set
1
1
change off-pbx-telephone station-mapping 40000
STATIONS WITH OFF-PBX TELEPHONE INTEGRATION
Station
Extension
40000
40001
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Bridged
Calls
both
both
The screenshot below shows the settings for trunk-group 1.
display trunk-group 1
Group Number:
Group Name:
Direction:
Dial Access?
Queue Length:
Service Type:
1
To CCS
two-way
n
0
tie
TRUNK GROUP
Group Type:
COR:
Outgoing Display?
Busy Threshold:
sip
1
n
255
TN: 1
CDR Reports: y
TAC: 101
Night Service:
Auth Code? n
Signaling Group: 1
Number of Members: 24
TRUNK PARAMETERS
Unicode Name? y
SCCAN? n
Redirect On OPTIM Failure: 5000
Digital Loss Group: 18
The screenshot below shows the settings for configuration-set 1.
change off-pbx-telephone configuration-set 1
CONFIGURATION SET: 1
Configuration Set Description: Remote Extension
Calling Number Style: network
CDR for Origination: phone-number
CDR for Calls to EC500 Destination? y
Fast Connect on Origination? n
Post Connect Dialing Options: dtmf
Cellular Voice Mail Detection: none
Barge-in Tone? n
Identity When Bridging: principal
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5.2. Verify OPS Capacity
Use the display system-parameters customer-options command to verify that Maximum Off-PBX
Telephones – OPS has been set to a value that will accommodate the number of phones to be
supported. Avaya Services has provisioned this during installation according to the system
configuration purchased.
change system-parameters customer-options
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OPTIONAL FEATURES
G3 Version: V13
Location: 1
Platform: 13
Location: 1
RFA System ID (SID): 1
Platform: 13
RFA Module ID (MID): 1
USED
Platform Maximum Ports: 900
48
Maximum Stations: 40
20
Maximum XMOBILE Stations: 0
0
Maximum Off-PBX Telephones - EC500: 50
0
Maximum Off-PBX Telephones OPS: 50
10
Maximum Off-PBX Telephones - SCCAN: 0
0
(NOTE: You must logoff & login to effect the permission changes.)
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5.3. IP Network Region
Use the display ip-network-region command to verify the UDP Port Min and UDP Port Max
settings. These are the equivalent for RTP Port Min and RTP Port Max settings in the Hitachi
WirelessIP 5000 in Section 3.4 step 4. The Call Control PHB Value and Audio PHB Value are
equivalent to the Signal DSCP and Voice DSCP values set in Section 3.2 Step 4.
change ip-network-region 1
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IP NETWORK REGION
Region: 1
Location: 1
Authoritative Domain: devcon.com
MEDIA PARAMETERS
Intra-region IP-IP Direct Audio: yes
Codec Set: 1
Inter-region IP-IP Direct Audio: yes
UDP Port Min: 2048
IP Audio Hairpinning? y
UDP Port Max: 3028
DIFFSERV/TOS PARAMETERS
RTCP Reporting Enabled? y
Call Control PHB Value: 46
RTCP MONITOR SERVER PARAMETERS
Audio PHB Value: 46
Use Default Server Parameters? y
Video PHB Value: 26
802.1P/Q PARAMETERS
Call Control 802.1p Priority: 6
Audio 802.1p Priority: 6
Video 802.1p Priority: 5
AUDIO RESOURCE RESERVATION PARAMETERS
H.323 IP ENDPOINTS
RSVP Enabled? n
H.323 Link Bounce Recovery? y
Idle Traffic Interval (sec): 20
Keep-Alive Interval (sec): 5
Keep-Alive Count: 5
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5.4. Configure Audio Codec
In order for calls to be established successfully, during initial call setup the two end points must
agree upon a mutually supported codec.
change ip-codec-set 1
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IP Codec Set
Codec Set: 1
Audio
Silence
Codec
Suppression
1: G.711MU
n
2: G.729AB
n
Frames
Per Pkt
2
2
Packet
Size(ms)
20
20
6. Interoperability Compliance Testing
The interoperability compliance testing focused on assessing the ability of the Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000 telephone to register with Avaya SIP Enablement Services and interoperate with
Avaya SIP and H.323 telephones.
6.1. General Test Approach
The general test approach was to place and receive calls through the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
telephones to and from Avaya SIP telephones and Avaya H.323 IP telephones, and exercising
features of the telephones such as hold and transfer. Additionally, Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000
telephones were tested against many of the Avaya Feature Name Extensions such as Call-Pickup,
Conferencing, Find-me, and Call Forwarding. Both G.711 and G.729 codecs were exercised as well
as shuffled and non-shuffled calls.
6.2. Test Results
The Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 completed test cases using WEP encryption for all supported
features. Layer-3 (DiffServ) configuration was successfully verified for packets sent from Hitachi
Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephones through packet capture. Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) was
not supported in the version tested. Overall the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephones provided
good voice quality through subjective testing.
7. Verification Steps
The following steps may be used to verify the configuration:
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Place calls with the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 telephone.
Log in to the Avaya SIP Enablement Service (SES) server via the Web browser. The
registered users field under Users will also show all registered SIP users.
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8. Support
For technical support on the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 product, contact Hitachi Cable America
at 1-914-993-0990, and also refer to www.wirelessip5000.com/eng/index.html.
9. Conclusion
These Application Notes described the administration steps required to configure the Hitachi Cable
WirelessIP 5000 telephone on Avaya SIP Enablement Services (SES) and Avaya Communication
Manager in a Meru Networks wireless network.
10. Additional References
[1] Administrator Guide for Avaya Communication Manager, Doc # 03-300509, Issue 1, June 2005
[2] Avaya Communication Manager Advanced Administration Quick Reference, Doc # 03-300364,
Issue 2, June 2005 Release 3.0
[3] Expanded Meet-me Conference (EMMC) version 1.0 Installation and Troubleshooting Guide for
the S8500, Doc # 04-300527, Issue 1, June 2005
[4] Avaya IA 770 INTUITY AUDIX Messaging Application, Doc # 585-313-159, Issue 4, December
2003
[5] Converged Communications Server Installation and Administration, Doc # 555-245-705,
February, 2004
[6] Avaya Extension to Cellular and Off-PBX Station (OPS) Installation and Administration Guide
Release 3.0, Doc # 210-100-500, Issue 9, June 2005
[7] WirelessIP 5000 Administrator Manual, TD61-2460A
Product documentation for Avaya products may be found at
http://support.avaya.com
Product documentation for Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000 products may be found at
http://www.wirelessip5000.com/eng/index.html and detail documentation such as user manuals,
adminstrators manuals, etc, can be obtained directly by contacting Hitachi Cable America, at 1-914993-0990 or any authorized distributors and resellers.
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Avaya and the Avaya Logo are trademarks of Avaya Inc. All trademarks identified by ® and ™
are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of Avaya Inc. All other trademarks are the
property of their respective owners. The information provided in these Application Notes is
subject to change without notice. The configurations, technical data, and recommendations
provided in these Application Notes are believed to be accurate and dependable, but are
presented without express or implied warranty. Users are responsible for their application of any
products specified in these Application Notes.
Please e-mail any questions or comments pertaining to these Application Notes along with the
full title name and filename, located in the lower right corner, directly to the Avaya
DeveloperConnection Program at devconnect@avaya.com.
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