8186/8188/8301 Partner Configuration Guide

8186/8188/8301 Partner Configuration Guide
BroadSoft Partner Configuration Guide
Algo 8186/8188/8301 Paging Devices
May 2017
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Document Revision History
Version
Reason for Change
1.1
Introduced document for Algo Paging Devices version 1.5 validation with BroadWorks Release
21.sp1.
1.2
Edited changes and published document.
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Table of Contents
1
Overview..........................................................................................................................................6
2
Interoperability Status ..................................................................................................................7
2.1
Verified Versions...........................................................................................................................7
2.2
Interface Capabilities Supported..................................................................................................7
2.3
Known Issues ............................................................................................................................ 11
3
BroadWorks Configuration....................................................................................................... 12
3.1
BroadWorks Device Profile Type Configuration ...................................................................... 12
3.2
BroadWorks Configuration Steps ............................................................................................. 13
4
Algo 8186/8188/8301 Configuration ........................................................................................ 14
4.1
Configuration Method ................................................................................................................ 14
4.2
System Level Configuration ...................................................................................................... 14
4.2.1
Configure Network Settings ............................................................................................. 14
4.2.2
Configure SIP Interface Settings ..................................................................................... 15
4.2.3
Configure Service Settings............................................................................................... 15
4.3
Subscriber Level Configuration................................................................................................. 16
4.4
SIP Feature Configuration......................................................................................................... 17
5
4.4.1
Emergency Call Configuration ......................................................................................... 17
4.4.2
Advice of Charge Configuration ....................................................................................... 17
4.4.3
Fax Configuration ............................................................................................................. 17
Device Management ................................................................................................................... 18
5.2.1
Configure BroadWorks Tags ........................................................................................... 20
5.2.2
Configure BroadWorks Device Profile Type ................................................................... 22
Appendix A: Reference Algo 8186/8188/8301 Configuration Files .......................................... 31
References .......................................................................................................................................... 35
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Table of Figures
Figure 1 Identity/Device Profile Modify Page .......................................................................................... 13
Figure 2 Incoming Calls Settings ............................................................................................................. 16
Figure 3 Simultaneous Ring Personal ..................................................................................................... 16
Figure 4 System Default Tag Settings..................................................................................................... 21
Figure 5 Type-specific Tag Settings ........................................................................................................ 22
Figure 6 Device Access FQDN................................................................................................................ 23
Figure 7 %BWMACADDRESS%.xml File Settings ................................................................................ 25
Figure 8 algo-8186-%ALGOFIRMWAREV%.fw..................................................................................... 26
Figure 9 Device Profile Instance .............................................................................................................. 27
Figure 10 Paging Devices Provisioning Screen...................................................................................... 29
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1
Overview
This guide describes the configuration procedures required for the Algo Paging Devices for
interoperability with BroadWorks. This includes the following models:

Algo 8186 SIP Horn Speaker

Algo 8188 SIP Ceiling Speaker

Algo 8301 Paging Adapter & Scheduler
The Algo Paging Devices use the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to communicate with
BroadWorks for call control.
This guide describes the specific configuration items that are important for use with
BroadWorks. It does not describe the purpose and use of all configuration items on the
Algo Paging Devices. For those details, see the 8186 SIP Horn Speaker Installation &
Configuration Guide [1], 8188 SIP Ceiling Speaker Installation & Configuration Guide [2],
and/or 8301 Paging Adapter & Scheduler Installation & Configuration Guide [3] supplied by
Algo.
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2
Interoperability Status
This section provides the known interoperability status of the Algo Paging Devices with
BroadWorks. This includes the version(s) tested, the capabilities supported, and known
issues.
Interoperability testing validates that the device interfaces properly with BroadWorks via the
SIP interface. Qualitative aspects of the device or device capabilities not affecting the SIP
interface such as display features, performance, and audio qualities are not covered by
interoperability testing. Requests for information and/or issues regarding these aspects
should be directed to Algo.
2.1
Verified Versions
The following table identifies the verified Algo Paging Devices and BroadWorks versions
and the month/year the testing occurred. If the device has undergone more than one test
cycle, versions for each test cycle are listed, with the most recent listed first.
Compatible Versions in the following table identify specific Algo Paging Device versions
that the partner has identified as compatible so should interface properly with BroadWorks.
Generally, maintenance releases of the validated version are considered compatible and
may not be specifically listed here. For any questions concerning maintenance and
compatible releases, contact Algo.
NOTE: Interoperability testing is usually performed with the latest generally available (GA) device
firmware/software and the latest GA BroadWorks release and service pack at the time the testing
occurs. If there is a need to use a non-verified mix of BroadWorks and device software versions,
customers can mitigate their risk by self-testing the combination themselves using the
BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan [7].
Verified Versions
2.2
Date (mm/yyyy)
BroadWorks Release
Algo 8186/8188/8301
Verified Version
Algo 8186/8188/8301
Compatible Versions
05/2017
Release 21.0
1.5
Any maintenance
version of verified
version.
Interface Capabilities Supported
The Algo Paging Devices have completed interoperability testing with BroadWorks using
the BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan [7]. The results are
summarized in the following table.
The BroadWorks test plan is composed of packages, each covering distinct interoperability
areas, such as “Basic” call scenarios and “Redundancy” scenarios. Each package is
composed of one or more test items, which in turn, are composed of one or more test
cases. The test plan exercises the SIP interface between the device and BroadWorks with
the intent to ensure interoperability sufficient to support the BroadWorks feature set.
The Supported column in the tables in this section identifies the Algo 8186/8188/8301’s
support for each of the items covered in the test plan, with the following designations:

Yes
Test item is supported
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No
Test item is not supported

NA
Test item is not applicable to the device type

NT
Test item was not tested
Caveats and clarifications are identified in the Comments column.
NOTE: DUT in the following table refers to the Device Under Test, which in this case is the Algo
Paging Devices.
BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
Test Plan Package Items
Supported
Basic
Call Origination
Yes
Call Termination
Yes
Session Audit
Yes
Session Timer
No
Ringback
Yes
Forked Dialog
No
Early UPDATE
No
Early-Session
No
181 Call Being Forwarded
Yes
Dial Plan
BroadWorks Services
DTMF – Inband
NA
DTMF – RFC 2833
NA
DTMF – DTMF Relay
NA
Codec Negotiation
NA
Yes
Third-Party Call Control – Basic
No
Voice Message Deposit and Retrieval
NA
Message Waiting Indicator –
Unsolicited
NA
Message Waiting Indicator – Solicited
NA
Voice Portal Outcall
NA
Advanced Alerting – Ringing
No
Advanced Alerting – Call Waiting
No
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The feature is not supported by
8301 model.
Only support Local Ringback.
Does not support
Yes
Codec Renegotiation
Comments




Casual Access Dialing
Extension Dialing
Feature Access Code Dialing
Interrogation Feature Access
Code Dialing
Only support Codec
Renegotiation with Blind
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BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
Test Plan Package Items
Supported
Advanced Alerting – Ring Splash
Yes
Calling Line ID
NA
Calling Line ID with Unicode
Characters
NA
Connected Line ID
NA
Connected Line ID with Unicode
Characters
NA
Connected Line ID on UPDATE
NA
Connected Line ID on Re-INVITE
NA
Diversion Header
History-Info Header
DUT Services –
Call Control Services
DUT Services –
Registration and
Authentication
DUT Services – Fax
Yes
The feature is not supported by
8301 model.
Yes
The feature is not supported by
8301 model.
Advice of Charge
NA
Meet-Me Conferencing
NA
Meet-Me Conferencing – G722
NA
Meet-Me Conferencing – AMR-WB
NA
Meet-Me Conferencing – Opus
NA
Collaborate – Audio
NA
Collaborate – Audio – G722
NA
Collaborate – Audio – Opus
NA
Call Waiting
NA
Call Hold
NA
Call Transfer
NA
Three-Way Calling
NA
Network-Based Conference
NA
Register Authentication
Yes
Maximum Registration
No
Minimum Registration
No
Invite Authentication
Yes
Re-Invite/Update Authentication
NA
Refer Authentication
NA
Device Authenticating BroadWorks
No
G711 Fax Passthrough
NA
G711 Fax Fallback
NA
T38 Fax Peer-to-Peer
NA
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BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
Test Plan Package Items
Supported
T38 Fax Messaging
NA
DUT Services –
Emergency Call
Emergency Call
NA
Emergency Call with Ringback
NA
DUT Services – PAccess-Network-Info
Header
REGISTER with P-Access-NetworkInfo Header
NT
This feature is not included for
Release 21.0 test plan.
INVITE with P-Access-Network-Info
Header
NT
This feature is not included for
Release 21.0 test plan.
Do Not Disturb
No
Call Forwarding Always
NA
Call Forwarding Always Diversion
Inhibitor
NA
Anonymous Call
No
Anonymous Call Block
No
Remote Restart Via Notify
Yes
DNS SRV Lookup
No
Register Failover/Failback
No
Invite Failover/Failback
No
Bye Failover
No
Register
Yes
Outgoing Invite
Yes
DUT Services –
Miscellaneous
Redundancy
SBC/ALG – Basic
Incoming Invite
Yes
SBC/ALG –
Failover/Failback
Register Failover/Failback
No
Invite Failover/Failback
No
TCP
Register
No
Outgoing Invite
No
Incoming Invite
No
Call Origination
No
Call Termination
No
Session Audit
No
Ringback
No
Codec Negotiation/Renegotiation
No
Voice Message Deposit/Retrieval
No
Call Control
No
Registration with Authentication
No
T38 Fax Messaging
No
IPV6
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BroadWorks SIP Access Device Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
2.3
Test Plan Package Items
Supported
Redundancy
No
SBC
No
Dual Stack with Alternate Connectivity
No
Comments
Known Issues
This section lists the known interoperability issues between BroadWorks and specific
partner release(s). Issues identified during interoperability testing and known issues
identified in the field are listed.
The following table provides a description of each issue and, where possible, identifies a
workaround. The verified partner device versions are listed with an “X” indicating that the
issue occurs in the specific release. The issues identified are device deficiencies or bugs
and are typically not BroadWorks release dependent.
The Issue Number is a tracking number for the issue. If it is an Algo issue, the issue
number is from Algo’s tracking system. If it is a BroadWorks issue, the issue number is
from BroadSoft’s tracking system.
For more information on any issues related to the particular partner device release, see the
partner release notes.
Issue Number
Issue Description
Partner Version
1.5
No issue is identified.
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3
BroadWorks Configuration
This section identifies the required BroadWorks device profile type for the Algo Paging
Devices as well as any other unique BroadWorks configuration required for interoperability
with the Paging Devices.
3.1
BroadWorks Device Profile Type Configuration
This section identifies the device profile type settings to use when deploying the Algo
Paging Devices with BroadWorks.
Create a device profile type for the Algo 8186/8188/8301 as shown in the following
example. A separate device profile type should be created for each Algo Paging Device
model. The settings shown are recommended for use when deploying the Algo Paging
Devices with BroadWorks. For an explanation of the profile parameters, see the
BroadWorks Device Management Configuration Guide [4].
The following device profile type shown provides the Number of Ports (number of SIP lines)
setting for Algo 8186. For other Paging Device models, create a new device profile type
and set the Number of Ports to match the available number of SIP lines per model
according to the following table.
Model
Number of Lines
8186
60
 10 ring extension
 50 page
extensions
8188
60
 10 ring extension
 50 page
extensions
8301
60
 10 ring extension
 50 page
extensions
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Figure 1 Identity/Device Profile Modify Page
3.2
BroadWorks Configuration Steps
There are no additional BroadWorks configuration steps required.
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4
Algo 8186/8188/8301 Configuration
The Algo Paging Devices can be configured through the Algo web interface or provisioning.
This section describes the configuration settings required for the Algo Paging Devices
integration with BroadWorks, primarily focusing on the SIP interface configuration. The
Algo 8186/8188/8301 configuration settings identified in this section have been derived and
verified through interoperability testing with BroadWorks. For configuration details not
covered in this section, see the 8186 SIP Horn Speaker Installation & Configuration Guide
[1], 8188 SIP Ceiling Speaker Installation & Configuration Guide [2], and/or 8301 Paging
Adapter & Scheduler Installation & Configuration Guide [3] for the Algo Paging Devices.
4.1
Configuration Method
During a reboot, the Algo Paging Devices will download a device specific configuration file
and the firmware/base files if the system level files require an upgrade.
NOTE: Algo devices may require additional system file upgrades or instructions. For more
details when downloading firmware/base upgrades, see the www.algosolutions.com.
Configuration Files
Paging Devices Configuration
Files
Level
Description
algo-<device number>%ALGOFIRMWAREV%.fw
System
Contains the device firmware load. The
firmware files are unique to each Algo
Paging Device model (8186/8188/8301).
System
Contains the device base load. The base
versions are usually non-device specific.
Subscriber
Contains configurable parameters that
apply to an individual device in a
deployment.
&
algo-<device number>%ALGOFIRMWAREV%.md5
Example: algo-8186-1.5.fw
algo-pb-base-%ALGOBASEV%.fw
&
algo-pb-base-%ALGOBASEV%.md5
Example: algo-pb-base-r1.5.fw
algom[MAC address].conf
Example: algom0022ee020009.conf
4.2
System Level Configuration
This section describes system-wide configuration items that are generally required for each
Algo Paging Device to work with BroadWorks. Subscriber-specific settings are described in
the next section.
4.2.1
Configure Network Settings
By default, the Algo Paging Devices are set for DHCP to make administration of IP
addresses simpler. The devices can be set to a static IP address, if desired, with specified
DNS server information. For more information, see the Algo 8186/8188/8301 user guides.
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Step
Step 1
Command
Set Protocol
net.dhcp.use = 0
Step 2
Set IP Address
net.ip = 192.16.10.29
Step 3
Set Netmask
Description
Set the configuration to 0, to enable
Static IP option. (By default, the
configuration is set to 1 (DHCP)).
Configure a desired static IP for the
device used.
Set an appropriate Netmask.
net.mask = 255.0.0.0
Step 4
Set Gateway
Set an appropriate Gateway.
net.gateway = 10.0.0.1
Step 5
Set DNS Server
net.dns1 = 199.19.193.12
Set an appropriate DNS server. A
second DNS server can also be set.
and optional:
net.dns2 = <DNS Server 2>
4.2.2
Configure SIP Interface Settings
Step
Step 1
Command
Set SIP Proxy/Domain
sip.proxy = as.broadworks.net
Description
Set the 8186/8188/8301 SIP server to
the Fully Qualified Domain Name
(FQDN) for the BroadWorks
Application Server Cluster.
The domain must match the domain
configured for the BroadWorks
subscriber’s line/port domain.
Step 2
Set Outbound Proxy
sip.obproxy = sbc.broadworks.net
Set the outbound proxy to the SBC if
one is deployed between the Algo
device and BroadWorks.
If there are redundant SBCs, set it to
the FQDN for the SBC cluster.
4.2.3
Configure Service Settings
For the Algo 8186/8188/8301 to play an audio file at the same time as a phone rings, the
8186/8188/8301 Ring Extension(s) need to be configured with BroadWork’s Simultaneous
Ring Personal Settings. To configure:
1)
In the BroadWorks interface, pick the user extension registered with the target phone.
In Options go to Incoming Calls settings and Simultaneous Ring Personal.
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Figure 2 Incoming Calls Settings
2)
In the Simultaneous Ring Personal settings
−
Turn the settings On.
−
Include Phone Number/SIP-URI or extensions of the Algo Paging Device that
should ring when the target phone rings.
−
Click Ok in the bottom left corner for the settings to be saved.
Figure 3 Simultaneous Ring Personal
3)
4.3
With these settings, the Algo devices will ring either when they are called directly or
when the target phone rings. The phone will not ring when the SIP devices are called.
Subscriber Level Configuration
This section identifies the device-specific parameters, including registration and
authentication. These settings must be unique across devices to be matched with the
settings for a BroadWorks SIP trunk or subscriber. SIP registration requires that a unique
address of record (AoR) be provisioned on BroadWorks and the device.
Step
Command
Description
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Step
Command
Description
Step 1
Set Page Extension
If the Authentication service is configured
on BroadWorks, the sip.ux.auth and
sip.ux.pwd fields must be configured to
match the BroadWorks authentication
settings.
sip.u1.auth = SIP Authentication ID
sip.u1.pwd = SIP Authentication
Password
sip.u1.user = phone number
Ring Extensions are identified by the
following parameters:
sip.ux.user field must be configured to
match the user part of BroadWorks line/
port setting.
sip.alert1.auth, sip.alert1.pwd,
sip.alert1.user
NOTE: By default, the first user assigned to the BroadWorks’ Device Profile will be linked to the
8186/8188/8301 Page Extension (that is, 1% user assignment in the configuration file) and the
second assigned user will be linked to the Ring Extension (that is, 2% user assignment). To
register only the Ring Extension, a dummy/placeholder user can be created for the Page
Extension and added to the BroadWorks’ Device profile as the first user. Alternatively, the device
configuration file can be revised to link the Ring Extension to the first assigned user.
4.4
SIP Feature Configuration
This section provides configuration instructions for SIP features supported by the device
such as Advice of Charge, Emergency Call, and Fax.
4.4.1
Emergency Call Configuration
This feature is not supported by the Algo Paging Devices.
4.4.2
Advice of Charge Configuration
This feature is not supported by the Algo Paging Devices.
4.4.3
Fax Configuration
This feature is not supported by the Algo Paging Devices.
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5
Device Management
The BroadWorks Device Management feature provides the capability to automate
generation of device configuration files to support mass deployment of devices. This
section identifies the Device Management capabilities supported by the Algo
8186/8188/8301 Paging Devices and the configuration steps required. For Device
Management configuration details not covered here, see the BroadWorks Device
Management Configuration Guide [4] and the BroadWorks CPE Kit Usage Guide [9].
5.1
Device Management Capabilities Supported
The Algo Paging Devices have completed Device Management interoperability testing with
BroadWorks using the BroadWorks Device Management Interoperability Test Plan [8]. The
results are summarized in the following table.
The BroadWorks test plan is composed of packages, each covering distinct interoperability
areas. Each package is composed of one or more test items, which in turn, are composed
of one or more test cases. The test plan exercises the Device Management interface
between the device and BroadWorks with the intent to ensure interoperability.
The Supported column in the following table identifies the Algo 8186/8188/8301 support for
each of the items covered in the test plan packages, with the following designations:

Yes
Test item is supported

No
Test item is not supported

NA
Test item is not applicable

NT
Test item was not tested
Caveats and clarifications are identified in the Comments column.
NOTE: DUT in the following table refers to the Device Under Test, which in this case is the Algo
Paging Devices.
BroadWorks Device Management Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
Test Plan Package Items
HTTP File Download
HTTP Download Using Xtended
Services Platform (Xsp) IP Address
Yes
HTTP Download Using Xtended
Services Platform FQDN
Yes
HTTP Download Using Xtended
Services Platform Cluster FQDN
Yes
HTTP Download With Double Slash
Yes
HTTPS Download Using Xtended
Services Platform IP Address
Yes
HTTPS Download Using Xtended
Services Platform FQDN
Yes
HTTPS Download Using Xtended
Services Platform Cluster FQDN
Yes
Inspect System Config File
No
HTTPS File Download
File Inspection
Supported
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BroadWorks Device Management Interoperability Test Plan Support Table
Test Plan Package
Device Inspection
HTTP File Upload
Call Processing Sanity
Tests
Flexible Seating
No Touch Provisioning
5.2
Test Plan Package Items
Supported
Inspect Device-Specific Config File
Yes
Inspect Other Config Files
No
Inspect Static Files
Yes
Inspect SIP Settings
Yes
Inspect Line Settings
Yes
Inspect Service Settings
No
HTTP Upload Using Xtended
Services Platform IP Address
No
HTTP Upload Using Xtended
Services Platform FQDN
No
HTTP Upload Using Xtended
Services Platform Cluster FQDN
No
Register with Authentication
Yes
Call Origination
Yes
Call Termination
Yes
Remote Restart
Yes
Shared Line Origination
NA
Shared Line Termination
NA
Shared Line Status
NA
Busy Lamp Field
NA
Network-Based Conference
NA
Association via Voice Portal
NA
Association via Phone
NA
Provision via DHCP Options Field
No
No Touch Provision via DM redirect
No
No Touch Provision via Vendor
redirect
No
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Device Management Configuration
This section identifies the steps required to enable the Algo Paging Devices for Device
Management. For Device Management configuration details not covered here, see the
BroadWorks Device Management Configuration Guide [4] and the BroadWorks CPE Kit
Usage Guide [9].
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5.2.1
Configure BroadWorks Tags
The template files in Device Management use tags to represent the data stored on
BroadWorks. When a configuration changes for a user, Device Management parses the
template files and replaces the Device Management tags with the associated data stored
on BroadWorks. There are default tags defined in the Device Management software and
there are custom tags that the service provider can create and define via the web portal for
use by Device Management. There are two types of custom tags that can be defined:
system-default tags that are common to all devices on the system and device type-specific
tags that are common to Algo Paging Devices only.
The Algo Paging Devices makes use of custom tags, which can be configured by a
BroadWorks administrator as either system default or device type-specific tags. This
section identifies the required tags.
5.2.1.1
Create System Default Tags
Browse to System → Resources → Device Management Tag Sets and select the System
Default tag set. The Algo configuration templates make use of the tags in the following
table. Add the tags if they do not already exist.
Tag Name
Valid Settings
Description
%SBC_ADDRESS%
IP address/FQDN
SBC SIP address.
%SBC_PORT%
Port
SBC SIP port. The port should
be set if the defined session
border controller (SBC) address
is an IP address. If the SBC
address is an FQDN, then the
SBC port should not be set.
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Example System Default Tag Settings
Figure 4 System Default Tag Settings
5.2.1.2
Create Device Type-specific Tags
Browse to System → Resources → Device Management Tag Sets and then click Add to
add a new tag set. Configure the tag set name using the device name appended by Tags:
Algo_Paging Devices_Tags. Add the device type specific tags in the following table to the
device tag set. If the tag set already exists, make sure the following tags are defined.
Tag Name
Valid Settings
Description
%ALGO_HTTP_USER%
Example:
Must match the “Device Access User
Name” setting for the device profile
configured on BroadWorks.
8186_test
%ALGO_HTTP_PASSWORD%
Example:
password
%ACCESS_PROTOCOL%
Example:
http
%ALGO_SERVER_METHOD%
Example:
Static
%ALGOBASEV%
Example:
r1.5
%ALGOFIRMWAREV%
Example:
Must match the “Device Access
Password” setting for the device profile
configured on BroadWorks.
Choose the provisioning method (http or
https).
Choose the provisioning server method
(static or option66).
Specify the device base load. The version
number is always preceded with an “r”.
Specify the device firmware load.
1.5
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Example Device Type-specific Tag Settings
Figure 5 Type-specific Tag Settings
5.2.2
Configure BroadWorks Device Profile Type
The device profile type is a system-level structure that defines how the device interfaces
with BroadWorks. It also identifies the default configuration files and other files, such as
firmware, which are required for the device to operate correctly. The device profile type is
created by the system administrator. Group administrators use the device profile type to
create a device profile. The device profile is an instance of the device profile type that is
associated with a physical device.
There are two BroadWorks device profile configuration methods described: import and
manual. The import method takes a DTAF as input and builds the BroadWorks device
profile type(s) automatically. The manual method takes the administrator through the steps
to manually add and configure the device profile type(s).
The import method should be used if all of the following prerequisites are met:

The BroadWorks Release is 17.0 or later.

The device profile type(s) being imported do not already exist on the system. (If either
a previous import or manual configuration was done, then the import fails.)

There is a DTAF file available for import with a BroadWorks release level that is the
same as or prior to the release to which it is being imported. If the DTAF file is at a
release level later than the release being imported to, then the import can fail.
Otherwise, use the manual method.
For more detailed instructions, see the BroadWorks CPE Kit Usage Guide [9] and the
BroadWorks Device Management Configuration Guide [4].
5.2.2.1
Configuration Method 1: Import
This section identifies the steps necessary to make use of the Device Management import
feature to configure BroadWorks to add the Algo Paging Devices as a Device
Management-enabled device type. Also, see the BroadWorks CPE Kit Usage Guide [9].
Download the Algo Paging Devices CPE kit from BroadSoft Xchange at
xchange.broadsoft.com. Extract the DTAF file(s) from the CPE kit.
The DTAF files are the import files. Use the following steps to import the DTAF files.
1)
Log in to BroadWorks as an administrator.
2)
Browse to System → Resources → Identity/Device Profile Types and then click
Import.
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3)
Select Browse to find the extracted Paging Devices DTAF files and then click OK to
start the import.
After the import finishes, complete the following post-import configuration steps:
4)
Browse to System → Resources → Identity/Device Profile Types.
5)
Perform a search to find the imported Algo device profile type for Algo Paging Devices,
such as Algo_8186.
6)
Browse to the Profile page and change the Device Management Device Access FQDN
to your Xtended Services Platform (Xsp) or Xtended Services Platform cluster address.
Figure 6 Device Access FQDN
7)
Click the Files and Authentication link and then select the option to rebuild all the
system files.
Firmware files must be obtained from Algo’s website. These files are not included in the
import. Complete the steps in section 5.2.2.2.2 Define Device Profile Type Files to define
the static firmware files and to upload the firmware.
After importing the DTAF, restart the Application Server to load the TimeZoneAlias files.
5.2.2.2
Configuration Method 2: Manual
This section identifies the basic steps necessary for an administrator to manually configure
BroadWorks to add the Algo 8186/8188/8301 as a Device Management-enabled device
type. This method should be used only special cases as described in section 5.2.2
Configure BroadWorks Device Profile Type.
For more information on manual configuration, see the BroadWorks CPE Kit Usage Guide
[9] and the BroadWorks Device Management Configuration Guide [4].
The steps in this section can also be followed to update previously imported or configured
device profile type(s) with new configuration files and firmware.
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5.2.2.2.1
Create or Modify Device Profile Type
This section identifies the BroadWorks device profile type settings relevant to Device
Management for the Algo Paging Devices.
Browse to System → Resources → Identity/Device Profile Types and perform a search to
find the Algo device profile type(s) created in section 3.1 BroadWorks Device Profile Type
Configuration or add the device profile types using the settings from section 3.1
BroadWorks Device Profile Type Configuration if they do not exist.
Configure the device profile type Signaling Address Type, Standard and Advanced options
settings to match the settings in section 3.1 BroadWorks Device Profile Type Configuration.
Configure the device profile type Device Management options as shown in section 5.2.2.1
Configuration Method 1: Import.
The following subsections identify the required settings specific to Device Management.
5.2.2.2.2
Define Device Profile Type Files
This section describes the BroadWorks Device Management configuration necessary to
identify the configuration files and other files that the Algo 8186/8188/8301 Paging Device
downloads.
Configuration templates, firmware, and other files the Algo 8186/8188/8301 uses must be
uploaded to BroadWorks. Download the Algo Paging Devices CPE kit from BroadSoft
Xchange at xchange.broadsoft.com. Extract the configuration files from the Configuration
Files folder of CPE kit. Obtain the firmware files directly from Algo.
The following table identifies the Algo configuration files distributed with the version r1.5
CPE kit.
File Name
algom%BWMACADDRESS
%.conf
CPE Kit Template File
Name
algom%BWMACADDRESS
%.conf.template
File Type
Description
Device-specific
This file contains
device level
configuration.
File Name
File Type
Description
algo-pb-base-r1.5.fw
Static
algo-pb-base-r1.5.md5
Static
Contains the device base load. The
base versions are usually non-device
specific.
algo-8186-1.5.fw
Static
algo-8188-1.5.fw
algo-8301-1.5.fw
algo-8186-1.5.md5
Contains the device firmware load.
The firmware files are unique to each
Algo Paging Device model
(8186/8188/8301).
Static
algo-8186-1.5.md5
algo-8186-1.5.md5
The following table identifies firmware and MD5 files that the Algo Paging Devices
downloads from the server. These files are not provided in the CPE kit and must be
obtained from Algo.
Browse to System → Resources → Identity/Device Profile Types → Files and
Authentication to add the files as described in the following subsections.
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5.2.2.2.2.1
algom%BWMACADDRESS%.conf
Add the algom%BWMACADDRESS%.conf file to the device profile type with the settings
shown in the following screen capture. After creating the device profile type file, upload the
algom%BWMACADDRESS%.conf extracted from the CPE kit. Be sure to click Apply after
uploading the file.
Figure 7 %BWMACADDRESS%.xml File Settings
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5.2.2.2.2.2
Firmware and MD5 Files
Add all firmware and MD5 files listed in section 5.2.2.2.2 Define Device Profile Type Files to
each Page Devices device profile type with the settings example shown in Figure 8. After
creating the device profile type file, upload the firmware and MD5 files received from Algo,
then click Apply.
Figure 8 algo-8186-%ALGOFIRMWAREV%.fw
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5.2.2.2.3
Time Zone Mapping
The CPE kit contains time zone properties files for Paging Devices. This files map the
BroadWorks user’s time zone settings to the device’s time zone settings.
This time zone mapping files must be added to the
/usr/local/broadworks/bw_base/conf/dms directory on the Application Server for each
Paging Devices using the following file name format: TimeZoneAliasLabels_<device profile
type name>.properties.
You must restart the Application Server for the TimeZoneAlias files to be picked up by the
system.
5.2.3
Create Device Profile Instance
The previous sections defined the device profile type such that the system is ready to mass
deploy device profiles. A device profile is an instance of the device profile type and defines
the BroadWorks interface to an individual Algo device.
Browse to the BroadWorks <group> → Resources → Identity/Device Profiles page and
then select Add to add a new Algo Paging Devices device profile. Configure the device
profile as shown in the Figure 9 example.
Figure 9 Device Profile Instance
5.2.4
Configure BroadWorks User
Configure the user with the desired BroadWorks configuration and services. Any services
that require a specific configuration on the device are managed via Device Management
and are defined in the device configuration files, if the template files are created with the
correct Device Management tags.
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The device profile created in the previous section must be assigned to the BroadWorks
user. Assigning the device profile to the user automatically causes the Device
Management feature to generate the device configuration files for this user’s device.
To assign the device profile to the user, browse to the BroadWorks <user> → Addresses.
5.2.5
Customize Tags
This section identifies custom tags used by the Paging Devices that may need to be
customized at the group or device profile. Customizing a tag at the group level overrides
the setting on the device profile type for the device profiles created within the group.
Customizing a tag at the device profile level overrides the setting at the device profile type
and/or group level for the individual device profile.
5.2.5.1
SBC Address Customization for Edge Device
In many deployments, an edge device, such as an enterprise SBC or application layer
gateway, is deployed on the enterprise edge. The edge device’s SIP server or outbound
proxy setting is configured with the service provider’s SBC IP address or FQDN. If there is
no edge device, the following customization does not apply.
To integrate the edge device with Device Management, the SBC address tag
(%SBC_ADDRESS%) defined in section 5.2.1.1 Create System Default Tags must be
overridden at the group level with the LAN address of the edge device. To do so, perform
that following steps.
1)
At the Group → Utilities → Configure Device page, select the Algo Paging Devices
device profile.
2)
Click on the Custom Tags tab.
3)
Click Add.
4)
For the tag, enter “SBC_ADDRESS”.
5)
For the value, enter the edge device’s LAN IP address.
6)
To save the tag data, click OK.
Repeat these steps for each Algo model provisioned in the group.
5.2.6
Configure Algo Paging Devices
This section describes the steps necessary to configure the Algo Paging Devices to
integrate with BroadWorks Device Management.
5.2.6.1
Manually Configure Paging Devices
Manually configured Paging Devices through its web interface http://<device IP>. There is
no default username for the web login. The default password is “algo”. The browser
supported by the Paging Devices are Google Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer (other
than IE9).
After logging in to the device, go to the Advanced Settings → Provisioning tab in the Algo
8186/8188/8301 web interface to set the BroadWorks Device Management information.
1)
Make sure that the Provisioning Mode is Enabled.
2)
Select Static for the Server Method field and enter the Static Server in the following
field.
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3)
Choose HTTP or HTTPS for the Download Method.
4)
Enter the BroadWork’s “Device Profile Name” in the Auth User Name field and the
corresponding password in the Auth Password field
5)
For the Config Download Path and Firmware Download Path specify the download
path (dms/<myDevice_DM>) of the device, from BroadWorks Device Type URL.
6)
Click Save. A prompt to reboot the device will appear at the top. Click Reboot for the
provisioning to complete.
Figure 10 Paging Devices Provisioning Screen
After reboot, if the device registered with BroadWorks, the SIP Registration, on the Status
tab should be “Successful” for the Page and/or Ring extension configured and the
extension details should be autocompleted under Basic Settings → SIP tab → Outbound
Proxy → Advanced Settings → Advanced SIP tab should also be filled in.

5.2.6.2
HTTP/HTTPS:
−
URL: Set to match the BroadWorks Device Management Access URL, for
example, http://xsp1.iop1.broadworks.net:80/dms/Algo_8186/
−
ID: Set to match BroadWorks Device Management username.
−
Password: Set to match BroadWorks Device Management password.
No Touch DHCP Configuration
Algo devices currently only support DHCP server option 66 methods. This section shows
example for DHCP server and Paging Devices configuration.
Ensure the BroadWork’s provisioning tags are set as follows:

%ACCESS_PROTOCOL% set to “http” or “https”

%ALGO_SERVER_METHOD% set to “option66”
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5.2.6.3
DHCP Server Configuration
Configure the end customer’s DHCP server with Option 66. The following is an example of
the DHCP server configuration used for with option 66.
{
# DHCP BroadSoft test
option directURI code 66 = string;
subnet 10.2.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 {
option subnet-mask 255.255.255.0;
option domain-name-servers 10.2.0.29;
option routers 10.2.0.1;
}
host directURI {
option host-name "directURI";
hardware ethernet 00:22:ee:00:10:a7;
fixed-address 10.30.13.125;
option directURI " http://<user name>:<password>@xsp1.iop1.broadworks.net/dms/<myDevice_DM>/";
}
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Appendix A: Reference Algo 8186/8188/8301 Configuration Files
The following is a reference configuration for the Algo Paging Devices configured for use
with BroadWorks.
Device-specific File: algom[MAC address].conf
NOTE: This is an example file and it should be used for reference only.
# SIP Device-specific Configuration File
admin.devname = algo_paging_device
admin.pwd = algo
admin.startuptone = 1
admin.timezone = %BWTIMEZONE-1%
admin.web.timeout = 3600
admin.welcome = 1
audio.agc.use = 1
audio.codec.g722 = 1
audio.drc.gain = 6
audio.drc.use = 0
audio.filter.g711mic = 1
audio.filter.g711spk = 1
audio.filter.g722mic = 0
audio.filter.g722spk = 0
audio.filter.noisemic = 0
audio.filter.noisespk = 0
audio.jc.delay = 0
audio.jc.range = 100
audio.noise.level = 66
audio.noise.use = 0
audio.page.mode = 0
audio.page.tone = page-notif.wav
audio.page.vol = 4
audio.ring.tone = warble2-med.wav
audio.ring.vol = 4
audio.vol.input = 0
audio.vol.tone = 4
io.relayin.mode = 0
log.level = info
log.method = local
log.server =
mcast.master.codec = 1
mcast.master.fixed = 1
mcast.master.ptime = 20
mcast.master.select = 0
mcast.master.ttl = 1
mcast.master.zones = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
mcast.mode = 0
mcast.rtp.ext = 0
mcast.slave.zones = 1,8,9,
mcast.slavetone1 = None
mcast.slavetone2 = None
mcast.slavetone3 = None
mcast.slavetone4 = None
mcast.slavetone5 = None
mcast.slavetone6 = None
mcast.slavetone7 = None
mcast.slavetone8 = None
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mcast.slavetone9 = None
mcast.tone1 = Default
mcast.tone2 = Default
mcast.tone3 = Default
mcast.tone4 = Default
mcast.tone5 = Default
mcast.tone6 = Default
mcast.tone7 = Default
mcast.tone8 = Default
mcast.tone9 = Default
mcast.vol1 = 0
mcast.vol2 = 0
mcast.vol3 = 0
mcast.vol4 = 0
mcast.vol5 = 0
mcast.vol6 = 0
mcast.vol7 = 0
mcast.vol8 = 0
mcast.vol9 = 0
mcast.zone1 = 224.0.2.60:50002
mcast.zone2 = 224.0.2.60:50003
mcast.zone3 = 224.0.2.60:50004
mcast.zone4 = 224.0.2.60:50005
mcast.zone5 = 224.0.2.60:50006
mcast.zone6 = 224.0.2.60:50007
mcast.zone7 = 224.0.2.60:50008
mcast.zone8 = 224.0.2.60:50001
mcast.zone9 = 224.0.2.60:50000
mcast.zones.select = 0
net.dhcp.timeout = 60
net.dhcp.use = 1
net.discovery = 1
net.dns1 =
net.dns2 =
net.dscp.rtcp = 0
net.dscp.rtp = 0
net.dscp.sip = 0
net.gateway =
net.http = 1
net.ip =
net.mask =
net.srv.snmp = 0
net.time1 = 0.debian.pool.ntp.org
net.time2 = 1.debian.pool.ntp.org
net.time3 = 2.debian.pool.ntp.org
net.time4 = 3.debian.pool.ntp.org
net.vlan.id = 0
net.vlan.priority = 0
net.vlan.use = 0
phone.ringback.use = 1
phone.timeout.inbound = 300
phone.timeout.outbound = 300
phone.timeout.ring = 0
phone.timeout.ringback = 0
prov.auth.pwd = %ALGO_HTTP_PASSWORD%
prov.auth.user = %ALGO_HTTP_USER%
prov.download.cert = 0
prov.download.cfgpath = %BWDMSCONTEXT%/%BWDEVICEACCESSURI%
prov.download.fwpath = %BWDMSCONTEXT%/%BWDEVICEACCESSURI%
prov.download.method = %ACCESS_PROTOCOL%
prov.server.method = %ALGO_SERVER_METHOD%
prov.server.static = %BWDEVICEACCESSFQDN%
prov.use = 1
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prov.version.base = %ALGOBASEV%
prov.version.firmware = %ALGOFIRMWAREV%
relayin.tamper.action = 0
relayin.tamper.dest =
relayin.tamper.duration = 0
relayin.tamper.interval = 0
relayin.tamper.maxtone = 0
relayin.tamper.tone = buzzer.wav
relayin.trigger.action = 0
relayin.trigger.callmode = 0
relayin.trigger.dest =
relayin.trigger.duration = 0
relayin.trigger.interval = 0
relayin.trigger.maxtone = 0
relayin.trigger.restart = 0
relayin.trigger.tone = chime.wav
sd.loud.dest =
sd.loud.sens = 0
sd.loud.use = 0
sip.alert1.auth = %BWAUTHUSER-2%
sip.alert1.event =
sip.alert1.pwd = %BWAUTHPASSWORD-2%
sip.alert1.user = %BWLINEPORT-2%
sip.alert2.auth =
sip.alert2.pwd =
sip.alert2.use = 0
sip.alert2.user =
sip.alert3.auth =
sip.alert3.pwd =
sip.alert3.use = 0
sip.alert3.user =
sip.alert4.auth =
sip.alert4.pwd =
sip.alert4.use = 0
sip.alert4.user =
sip.alert5.auth =
sip.alert5.pwd =
sip.alert5.use = 0
sip.alert5.user =
sip.alert6.auth =
sip.alert6.pwd =
sip.alert6.use = 0
sip.alert6.user =
sip.alert7.auth =
sip.alert7.pwd =
sip.alert7.use = 0
sip.alert7.user =
sip.alert8.auth =
sip.alert8.pwd =
sip.alert8.use = 0
sip.alert8.user =
sip.alert9.auth =
sip.alert9.pwd =
sip.alert9.use = 0
sip.alert9.user =
sip.alert10.auth =
sip.alert10.pwd =
sip.alert10.use = 0
sip.alert10.user =
sip.alert10.tone = Default
sip.alert2.tone = Default
sip.alert3.tone = Default
sip.alert4.tone = Default
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sip.alert5.tone = Default
sip.alert6.tone = Default
sip.alert7.tone = Default
sip.alert8.tone = Default
sip.alert9.tone = Default
sip.detect.mode = 1
sip.diffport = 0
sip.ka.method = 0
sip.ka.period = 30
sip.obproxy = %SBC_ADDRESS%:%SBC_PORT%
sip.page.use = 1
sip.proxy = %BWHOST-1%
sip.regexp = 3600
sip.ssr.chkact = 0
sip.ssr.interval = 120
sip.ssr.method = 0
sip.ssr.nofb = 0
sip.stun =
sip.u1.auth = %BWAUTHUSER-1%
sip.u1.pwd = %BWAUTHPASSWORD-1%
sip.u1.user = %BWLINEPORT-1%
synapps.use = 0
watcher.watchdog.use = 0
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