MITEL MIVOICE BUSINESS SITE PLANNING GUIDE MITEL MIVOICE BUSINESS RELEASE 7.0 MITEL 3300 IP Communications Platform NOTICE The information contained in this document is believed to be accurate in all respects but is not warranted by Mitel Networks™ Corporation (MITEL®). The information is subject to change without notice and should not be construed in any way as a commitment by Mitel or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. Mitel and its affiliates and subsidiaries assume no responsibility for any errors or omissions in this document. Revisions of this document or new editions of it may be issued to incorporate such changes. No part of this document can be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical - for any purpose without written permission from Mitel Networks Corporation. TRADEMARKS Mitel is a registered trademark of Mitel Networks Corporation. Adobe Acrobat Reader is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. 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A -XQH 2014 ®,™ Trademark of Mitel Networks Corporation © Copyright 2014, Mitel Networks Corporation All rights reserved Table of Contents Introduction .............................................................................................................. 1 Purpose of This Guide ......................................................................................................... 1 Who This Guide is Written For............................................................................................. 1 Finding Product Information................................................................................................. 1 Access eDocs for the Latest Documentation .................................................................................. 1 Downloading Generic User Guides................................................................................................. 2 Finding Out What’s New.................................................................................................................. 2 Checking the Knowledge Base............................................................................................ 2 Site Information........................................................................................................ 3 Site Requirements ................................................................................................... 5 Site Engineering..................................................................................................... 32 Licensing Requirements ....................................................................................... 38 Software Compatibility .......................................................................................... 40 Customer Proposal................................................................................................ 42 i Introduction Introduction Purpose of This Guide This guide helps you plan new Mitel MiVoice Business sites. Use the tables in this guide to collect site information identify site requirements determine system engineering requirements record licensing requirements record versions of existing system and application software. Who This Guide is Written For This guide is for Mitel MiVoice Business certified technicians and sales engineers. Finding Product Information This guide refers you to other Mitel customer documentation for information and detailed procedures. Access eDocs for the Latest Documentation The Mitel Customer Documentation (eDocs) site on Mitel OnLine provides the latest customer documentation. The documentation for the current and previous product release are available from the main page. The documentation for other past releases is available from the Documentation Library link. To view the available documentation, you require Internet access (high-speed is recommended) Web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox) Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 4.0 or later Microsoft® Word 97 or later your Mitel OnLine user name and password (required to access technical documentation; user documentation is not password protected) 1 Site Planning Guide To access a technical document 1. Log into Mitel OnLine. 2. From Mitel OnLine, click Products. 3. Click Product Documentation. 4. Bookmark this URL. 5. In the left frame, select the product. 6. In the right frame, click the document. 7. To access a generic user guide or quick reference card, click User Guides, click the desired language at the top of the frame, and then click the desired guide or quick reference card. Downloading Generic User Guides You can download telephone user guides and quick reference cards in .pdf format from the eDocs site and then print copies for your customers. User guides and quick reference cards are available in multiple languages. The procedures described in the generic user guides use the system default feature access codes. Finding Out What’s New A “What’s New in This Release” topic in the MiVoice Business System Administration Tool Help describes the new functionality and documentation improvements that have been added in the latest product release. The topic provides a brief description of the new functionality and links to the details. This topic is displayed when you launch the System Administration Tool Help. Checking the Knowledge Base The Knowledge Base is your source for product information. It covers a wide range of technical support procedures. All new Technical Bulletins (TBs), Release Notes (RNs), How to Guides, and Troubleshooting guides are posted in the Knowledge Base. To access the Knowledge Base: 1. Log into Mitel OnLine. 2. From Mitel OnLine, click Technical and then click Knowledge Base. 3. Select the product name (for example, Mitel MiVoice Business). 4. Select the type of article you are looking for or choose All. 5. Click Search. 2 Site Information Site Information Table 1. Collecting Site Information Step Details 1. List site information Company name Address State/Province/Country ZIP/Postal Code Time zone List contact information Contact name Telephone Cell phone Email address 2. List Authorized Partner information VAR/Partner name Address City State/Prov ZIP/Postal Code State Prov Country Time Zone 3. Identify technical staff (that manages above site) Technician’s name Current MiVoice Business certification level - 4. Complete pre-installation VoIP Site Survey 5. Complete data network assessment 6. Obtain customer site floor plan 3 Site Planning Guide Step Details Site plan should identify: Site locations Trunk requirements Numbering plans Building layout Existing PBXs Existing cable runs Equipment rooms LAN information 7. Obtain information on site power distribution, backup power, and the physical distribution. 8. TDM services such as fax and modems. Modems do not function across IP trunks and fax works under limited settings. A T.38 gateway is recommended if fax is required. - Physical and logical distribution of phones Emergency support (for example, 911, 999, or 112) PSTN trunk connections, gateway requirements, compression, IP networking Location of applications - voice mail, auto attendant, and so forth TDM services such as fax and modems. Modems do not function across IP trunks and fax works under limited settings. A T.38 gateway is recommended if fax is required. 9. Obtain IP addresses for controllers and IP phones. Note: The controller reserves some IP Addresses for internal use. Network devices must not use these reserved IP addresses or there will be IP address conflicts. Refer to the Engineering Guidelines for IP Address restrictions. 10. Obtain and review Layer 2 switch settings with customer. 11. Consider the requirements for spare hardware, response time, and available resources in the event of a failure. Is resiliency or network redundancy required? 12. Consider requirements for future growth. Does the solution need to simply meet current requirements or should it accommodate future growth requirements? Consider network devices, telecom devices, and cabling. Note: If a resilient network configuration is employed, smaller MiVoice Business systems may not have multiple LAN connections. If multiple LAN connections are required, you must enable Spanning Tree protocol on the controller. 4 Site Requirements Site Requirements Table 2. Identifying Peripheral Requirements Step 1. Record number: Telephone Requirement IP phone users Numbe r Reference None SIP users DNIC phone users Analog phone users Console users Hot desk users External hot desk users Voice mail users Teleworkers MiCollab Mobile users MiCollab Audio, Web and Video Conferencing users Wireless handset users (IP DECT) ACD Agents (Hot Desk) ACD agents (Standard) 2. Identify required trunk interfaces IP Trunking XNET PRI (# of links) T1/D4 (# of links) T1 MSDN/DPNSS (# of trunks) LS (# of trunks) LS Class (# of trunks) BRI (# of links) Other Interfaces: 3. Define digital trunk protocols T1 MSDN/DPNSS DMS -100 DMS -250 4ESS NI-2 QSIG ETSI or ISO EURO ISDN or R2 Other Protocols: 5 Site Planning Guide Step 4. Record type and number of trunks Telephone Requirement DS1 Links (14 Channels/Link T1) E1 Links (30 Channels/Link) R2 Links (30 Channels/Link) PRI Links (23 Channels/Link) BRI Links Analog CO LS Class E&M DID ISDN SIP Trunks/SIP Line Side Other Trunks: 6 Numbe r Reference Refer to the System Administration Tool Help for programming details. Site Requirements Table 3. Identifying Hardware Requirements Hardware Components Controllers/Server Platforms Device, Feature, or Functionality CX II CXi II MXe III Standard MXe III Expanded AX MiVoice Business for Industry Standard Servers (ISS) MiVoice Business VMware Virtual Appliance MiVoice Business Multi-Instance Controller Modules With pre- 3300 Release 7.0 software, the T1/E1 Combo Card is only supported in CX/CXi systems. With Release 7.0 software or later, the T1/E1 Combo Card is supported in CX, CXi, MX, MXe, and LX systems. Digital Signal Processor II (DSP II Module) Digital Signal Processor - Dual Number Reference See Engineering Guidelines for configuration tables. Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for controller descriptions. See the Engineering Guidelines for these products for platform descriptions and configuration information. Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions Digital Signal Processor - Quad Echo Canceller Dual FIM Module Dual T1/E1 Framer Module (MX/LX) T1/E1 Combo Card T1/E1 Resilient Combo Card Quad Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Framer Quad CIMM Option Boards Option boards provide embedded analog capability directly on the MX/MXe and CX/CXi controllers. Analog Main Board (Version III with protected ONS ports) Analog Main Board Analog Options Module Service Units Universal T1/E1NSU Network Service Units (provide external TDM interfaces) R2 NSU Analog Service Units (provide external analog interfaces) Analog Service Unit II (provides external analog interfaces; supports Class Trunks and can provide CLID for Loop Trunks to an existing LX controller) AX Controller and ASU II Cards Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions Universal Analog Service Unit Analog Service Unit - 24 port Analog Service Unit II 4 + 12 Port Combo Card 16 Port ONSP Card 24 Port ONSP Card Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions 7 Site Planning Guide Hardware Components Peripheral Cabinets and Cards Device, Feature, or Functionality Peripheral Cabinets SX-200 Bays with BCC III cards (Migration path only) Number Reference Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions DNI line card LS/GS trunk card ONS CLASS/CLIP line card ONS line card E&M tie trunk card OPS line card DID/Loop tie trunk card SUPERSET hub Digital Service Units and Cards Digital Service Units CEPT Formatter Card DS1/T1 Formatter II Card T1/E1 (DS1) Formatter Card Basic Rate Interface Card Primary Rate Interface Card 8 Refer to Hardware Technical Reference Manual for descriptions Site Requirements Table 4. Identifying Peripheral Requirements Peripheral Devices MiVoice IP Phones Note: The MXe Server does not support the 5140 IP Phone, 5240 IP Phone, or the 5230 IP Appliance Device, Feature, or Functionality Number 5304 IP Phone Reference Refer to General Information Guide for descriptions. 5320e IP Phone M5324 IP Phone 5330e IP Phone 5340e IP Phone 5360 IP Phone 5560 IPT Other Models: IP Phone Accessories IP Programmable Key Module 12 IP Programmable Key Module 48 Line Interface Module 5610 DECT Cordless Handset 5610 DECT Standt Cordless DECT Headset for 5330 / 5340 / 5360 IP Phones. Cordless DECT Headset for 5330 / 5340 / 5360 IP Phones. Other Accessories: Conference Phones 5310 IP Conference Unit Other Conference Units: Collaboration Appliances (Audio, video, in-room presentation display) MiVoice Video Unit Consoles MiVoice Business Console MiVoice Conference Unit (Audio, in-room presentation display only) 5540 IP Console Mitel Wireless/WiFi Phones IP-DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) • Site Survey Kit • Base Stations ________ ________ • Wireless Services Messaging Gateway (WSM) ________ • 5602 Wireless Handset ________ • 5603 Wireless Handset ________ • 5604 Wireless Handset ________ • 5606 Wireless Handset ________ • 5607 Wireless Handset ________ IP-DECT Wifi System (EMEA only) • Site Survey Kit ________ • Portable Device Manager ________ Refer to IP-DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) documentation on the Mitel Customer Documentation site. Refer to the Mitel WiFi System (EMEA) IPDECT documentation on the Mitel Customer ________ 9 Site Planning Guide Peripheral Devices Device, Feature, or Functionality Number • Wireless Service Messaging Gateway ________ • Radio Fixed Parts Access Points ________ • SIP Proxy Server (optional) • RADIUS Server (optional Reference Documentation site. ________ ________ • 5624 Wireless Handset Third Party Wireless System If present on site, identify • System Manufacturer/Supplier ________ • System Model ________ • Software Version • Supported Protocol(s) • Handset Models ________ Obtain site configuration details to assess compatibly of third-party system with the MiVoice Business system ________ ________ ________ • Number of Handsets in use ________ • Number of Radio Fixed Parts ________ • Type of Management Interface SIP Phones 5320 IP 5330 IP 5340 IP Refer to System Administration Tool Help for list of supported RFCs. Other SIP Phones: Norstar Supported Phones M7100 CITELlink Gateway required to support these Norstar phones M7208 M7208N Refer to the CITELlink Installation and Configuration (Nortel) Guide for details M7310 M7310N M7324 T7100 T7208 T7406 T7208 Meridian Supported Phones A2008 ClTELlink Gateway required to support these Meridian phones M2008 M2006 M2616 M3110 M3310 M3820 M3901 M3902 M3903 M3904 10 Refer to the CITELlink Installation and Configuration (Meridian) Guide for details Site Requirements Peripheral Devices Device, Feature, or Functionality Number SUPERSET 4015 Digital Phones Refer to the General Information Guide for descriptions SUPERSET 4025 Other Models: Digital Phone Accessories Reference 12 Button Programmable Key Module 48 Button Programmable Key Module Mitel Analog Interface Module 2 Analog Phones Standard DTMF telephones Table 5. Identifying Embedded Application Requirements Embedded Application ACD Details Reference See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution. Identify high-level requirements: • Extended Agent Skill Groups • Skill-Based Routing • Real-Time Event Recording • ACD Agent Hot Desking • ACD Scalability • ACD Express • Networked ACD Review ACD scalability options Plan ACD implementation • Identify Agent Staffing Levels • Define Call Handling • Review ACD Resource Maximums • Group Agents by skill type • Complete Agent Skill Planner • Complete Path Planner • Define Greetings and Announcements Number of ACD Active Agents licenses Extended Agent Skill Groups • Requires Extended Agent Skill Groups configuration option enabled in License and Option Selection form • Number of Agent Groups • Number of Agents per group See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > ACD > Conditions > ACD Scalability. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > ACD > Programming > ACD Planning ________ ________ ________ See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > ACD > Programming > Extended Agent Skill Groups. 11 Site Planning Guide Embedded Application Details Skill-based Routing Reference See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > ACD > Programming > Skillbased Routing. See the System Administration Tool Help >System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > Real Time Event Recording. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Hot Desk ACD Agents. • Skills based routing is enabled by default. • Determine Skill Levels. Skill Level is a value between 1 (highest skill level) and 255 (lowest skill level) • Assign a skill level to each agent. Real Time Event Recording Records the activity of the entire ACD operation. Events are divided into two groups: • call events which report on individual ACD agent activity • group statistics events which provide a cumulative reports on agent skill group usage ACD Hot Desk Agents • 3300 Release 7.0 software or later is required. • Use of ACD hot desk agents and standard ACD agents in the same ACD system, is not supported. • ACD agent hot desking is only supported on ACD sets. • Review planning rules and licensing requirements Networked ACD Bandwidth Management Emergency Services Support 12 • Is conversion of existing ACD agents required? _______ • Identify Distributor system ________ • Identify Answerpoint system 1 ________ • Identify Answerpoint system 2 ________ • Identify Answerpoint system 3 ________ • Identify Answerpoint system 4 ________ • Obtain network diagram that identifies any existing network bottlenecks • Review site configuration examples in System Administration Tool Help • Create a zone tree diagram of site and labeled network elements, zones, and zone access points (ZAPs) • Obtain bandwidth limits from IT department that will be assigned to the voice media streams between the zones. • Review country/state/province regulations that govern Customer Emergency Services ID (CESID) implementation See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Automatic Call Distribution > Networked ACD. See the System Administration Tool Help: click Voice Networking > Manage Network > Bandwidth Management. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Site Requirements Embedded Application Details • Identify Emergency Services Number (for example 911 or 999) Reference ________ General Business Solutions > Emergency Services. • CESIDs required for • every phone or • shared phones? • SIP devices • Record number of CESIDs required for site FAX Support • Obtain CESIDs from local carrier • Obtain contact information for Public Service Access Point (PSAP) • Ensure Layer 2 switches on site support Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), or Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) • Ensure system configuration provides all extensions with access to outgoing trunks • Should attendant be notified of emergency calls (Local Notification)? • Is Emergency Response Advisor (NA only application) required? • Identify types of FAX support required • PSTN using analog signaling • IP Networking using G.711 pass through • IP Networking using FAX Relay (T.38) • 3300 Release 9.0 or later software • DSP II module (PN50005751) • T.38 Licenses and Compression Licenses • Supported only on MXe, CX/CXi, and AX controllers • FAX Relay T.38 support requires: Hot Desking (Hot Desking requires licenses) ________ • Identify type of hot desking configuration - Nodal Clustered Resilient Clustered External Hot Desking Note: Resiliency increases licensing requirements. See the System Administration Tool Help: click Features D to G > FAX Over IP Support. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Mobility > Hot Desking or External Hot Desking. 13 Site Planning Guide Embedded Application Hotel/Motel (Hospitality) Details Reference • No. of Hot Desk users ________ • No. of IP User Licenses required (one per user) ________ • Record number of guest rooms ________ • Determine guest room extension numbering (same as room numbers?) ________ • Define call restrictions from rooms • Is call blocking required between rooms? • Is message registration (call metering) required? • Is a 5540 IP Console or MiVoice Business Console required for the front desk? • Identify printer requirements. • Is Voice Mail Hospitality/PMS option (purchasable option in License and Option Selection form) required? Are Suite Services required Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption (MLPP) Music On Hold 14 • Single Suites • Linked Suites • Requires MLPP option (purchasable option in License and Option Selection form) • Supported for incoming and outgoing trunk calls on T1 ISDN PRI circuits, and for internal calls (calls between stations on the same switch) • Assign maximum Precedence levels to the directory numbers of users • Assign users to Service Domains Check applicable copyright laws. Is a license required from the local performing rights society or copyright owner to use a music source? For licensing requirements, see the System Administration Tool Help: click Hot Desking > Programming > Overview. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Hospitality > Hotel/Motel. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Hospitality > Hotel/Motel > Property Management System. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Hospitality > Suite Services. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > General Business Solutions > MLPP. See the System Administration Tool Help: click Feature Reference > Features M to O > Music on Hold. Site Requirements Embedded Application Details Identify type of Music on Hold required Reference • Embedded • Digital • Analog • Live Music on Hold over IP Embedded Music on Hold requires • Audio file in the following format: WAV, A-law or m-law (G.711), 8 kHz, 8-bit, mono. ________ • Music on Hold limits are dependent on system type. Identify system limits on • Total size of audio files (MB) ________ • Maximum audio time ________ • Maximum number of music files ________ Digital Music on Hold requires: • an external music source (for example, radio) connected to a DNIC Music on Hold/Pager Unit (DMP) • the DMP must be connected to a Peripheral Cabinet DNI Line Card Analog Music on Hold requires an external music source (for example, radio) connected to the See the Hardware Technical Reference Manual for specifications • controller • Universal ASU, or • E&M Trunk Card in a peripheral cabinet Live Music On Hold Over IP requires: Paging See System Administration Tool Help: click Forms Reference > Forms S to Z > System Audio Files Update. • IP or SIP device license • persistent Internet connection • Loudspeaker Paging (emulates E&M paging), or • IP Paging Loudspeaker Paging requires • Loudspeaker Pager (amplifier) • Connects to paging port on Universal ASU, Analog Main Board, or Analog Option Board See the System Administration Tool Help: click Feature Reference > Features M to O > Music on Hold. See the System Administration Tool Help, See the System Administration Tool Help: click Features Reference > Features M to O > Paging. IP Paging requires • IP Paging Unit • Loudspeaker Pager (amplifier) • Connects to IP network 15 Site Planning Guide Embedded Application Property Management System Details Reference • No. of paging zones (15 max) ________ • No. of paging groups ________ Requires Voice Mail Hospitality/PMS option (purchasable option in License and Option Selection form) Identify type of connection required between PMS system and the MiVoice Business system: Ring Groups • Direct IP Connection (3300 ICP Rel 6.0 or later required) • RS-232 Connection via a Serial Port Converter (such as the Precidia Technologies Ether232) • Ring Groups required? • Type of ring group - ring all extension simultaneously - one at a time (Cascade) - personal Ring Groups • No. of ring groups (max 176) • No. of members in each group (max 32) Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) ________ • Identify ring group overflow points • Printer or suitable output device available? • Internal SMDR • External SMDR • Extended Recording Level 1 • Extended Recording Level 2 • Requires Tenanting option (purchasable option prior to MCD 5.0) • Tenanting is NOT supported - in clusters or networks - with hot desking - with resiliency • No. of tenants (max 64) ________ • Block or allow calls between tenants? ________ • Create lists of shared and tenant specific features 16 See the System Administration Tool Help: click Features Reference > P to R > Ring Groups or Ring Groups - Personal ________ Identify recording requirements: Tenanting See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Hospitality > Property Management System (PMS). • Night Service switching done centrally or on a tenant by tenant basis? ________ • Tenant specific music on hold required? ________ See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > General Business Solutions > SMDR. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > General Business Solutions > Tenanting. Site Requirements Embedded Application Details Reference Voice Mail (Embedded Messaging) Identify number and type of mailboxes (maximum 750) Note: AX controller requires a 4 GB flash upgrade to support embedded voice mail. • Extension Mailboxes • Message Only • Transfer Only • Information Only • Auto Attendant Park and Page See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Messaging > Voice Mail (Embedded). Collect the following information: • Length of mailbox numbers (default 4) • Business Hours • Required prompt languages ________ ________ ________ Identify feature requirements • Automated Attendant • Multi-Level Auto Attendant • Bilingual Option • Message Notification • Visual Voice Mail • Record Announce Devices (RAD) • System Greetings (Primary, Alternate, RAD Greetings) • Voice Mail Softkeys • Advanced Voice Mail option (purchasable option prior to MCD Release 5.0). Enables the Record-ACall, Forward to E-mail and Personal Contacts features. • Property management System (PMS) Integration (purchasable option in License and Option Selection form) Voice Mail (Networked) See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Messaging > Voice Mail (Embedded) > Features. Supported for • Embedded Voice Mail Servers (networked and clustered) • NuPoint Unified Messenging Servers Requires • Voice Mail Networking option on every MiVoice Business element in cluster or network. (purchasable option in License and Option Selection form) • MiVoice Enterprise Manager Ensure LAN/WAN provides sufficient bandwidth to accommodate the messaging load. See the System Administration Tool Help: click System Applications > Messaging > Networked Voice Mail. 17 Site Planning Guide Table 6. Identifying External Application Requirements External Application Details Reference Conferencing, Collaboration, and Mobility Mitel MiCollab Identify system configuration • Server only mode (internal server on LAN) • Server gateway mode (internet facing server with firewall capability) See the Mitel MiCollab Installation and Maintenance Guide Identify required applications • MiCollab Unified Messaging and Speech Auto Attendant • Suite Application Services (Provides single-point user services provisioning and centralized management of shared system resources for all the MAS applications.) • MiBorder Gateway (Provides Teleworker, Secure Recording Connector, SIP Trunking, and Web Proxy services) • MiCollab Audio, Web and Video Conferencing • MiCollab Client, Mobile Client, Web Portal (Provides collaboration and softphone capabilities regardless of location or device— i.e., as software client or through web browser on PC or app on tablets and smartphones.) Review Teleworker • Hardware and software requirements • Performance and capacities • Licensing requirements • Router/gateway/firewall requirements Record number of end-user portal web sessions required _______ Teleworker on The MiVoice Border Gateway is a standalone Teleworker solution for high-volume sites (100 to 4000 users) _______ Refer to the MiCollab • MiCollab Server (MiBorder Gateway) • MiVoice Border Gateway (Standalone) Number of Teleworkers 18 See the Mitel MiCollab Engineering Guidelines and the blade engineering guidelines Site Requirements External Application Details Reference Identify configuration • Server only mode (internal server on LAN) • Server gateway mode (internal facing server with firewall) Corporate site requirements: Hardware: • Mitel MiCollab Server • Qualified standalone server, or Software: • Compatible MiVoice Business software release • Mitel MiCollab or MSL software version • Teleworker blade Other: Engineering Guidelines and Teleworker Engineering Guidelines • Teleworker licenses • Compatible IP Phones • Firewall • Daisy chained servers (optional) Remote site requirements • IP Phones • Router or Internet Gateway 19 Site Planning Guide External Application MiCollab Client, Mobile Client, Web Portal MiCollab Audio, Web, and Video Conferencing Details Reference Hardware: • MiCollab Server Appliance (ncludes the preinstalled MSL operating system and MiCollab software blade) • approved MSL hardware platform (for Mobile Client blade) • VMware-approved hardware platform (for Virtual MiCollab) See the Unified Communicator Mobile Engineering Guidelines Software: • Compatible MiVoice Business software release • compatible MSL software • MiCollab blade Other: • Supported MiVoice Business desk phone or softphone • Supported mobile device (tablet, smartphone) • Supported USB headset or handset (to use MiCollab Client embedded softphone) • MiCollab Mobile Client licenses • Supported web browser • Firewall and Bandwidth requirements Review performance Secure Call Recorder Hardware MiVoice Border Gateway server • MSL Software • SRC blade Software SRC Licenses Firewall DHCP Configuration Other Note: SRC cannot reside on the same server as the Teleworker application 20 Refer to Qualified Hardware List for MSL at Mitel Online Refer to the Secure Call Recorder Installation and Maintenance Manual Site Requirements External Application Unified Communicator Express (UCX) Desk phone companion or a softphone Details Software: • Compatible MiVoice Business software release Reference Other: • Supported MiVoice Business desk phone • Compatible Windows PC • Compatible version of Microsoft® Outlook • Compatible version of Microsoft® Windows Active Directory Refer to Unified Communicator Express IT and Administrator Guide • SIP user license for each softphone user Live Business Gateway System configuration requirements include (Microsoft® Live Communications Server and Office Communicator Desktop) • Mitel 3300 ICP (Rel 7.0 UR2 or higher) • Mitel Live Business Gateway Release 3.1 (available for Windows and Linux operating systems) • Microsoft® OCS 2007 (or LCS 2005 Service Pack 1 ) Refer to the Live Business Gateway Installation and Maintenance Guide and the Live Business Gateway Engineering Guidelines • Microsoft® Office Communicator • Microsoft® Active Directory Server • Mitel supported phone (IP or DNIC) • Layer 2 Ethernet Switch • Mitel Standard Linux Release 8.2 or higher (for the Linux version only) Review the following • Gateway workstation requirements • Security considerations • Bandwidth requirements • Performance guidelines Messaging Solutions NuPoint Unified Messenging (Standalone) Record number of required • voice mailboxes _____ • channels/ports _____ • prompt sets _____ • web sessions _____ Collect the following information to determine the message storage requirements _____ • Maximum number of messages allotted per user • Days to keep read messages • Days to keep unread messages See the MiCollab Unified Messaging Engineering Guidelines for details. _____ _____ _____ • Message File Format used 21 Site Planning Guide External Application Details Reference Review Engineering Guidelines for • Server hardware requirements • Deployment scenarios • Pre-Installation requirements • Network guidelines See the NuPoint Unified Messenging Engineering Guidelines. Identify platform • Distributed Data Center (AANAS Platform with Active/Active Model) • NuPoint Unified Messenging IP Server • NuPoint Unified Messenging IP Model 640 Identify system integration • ESMI • T1/D1 SMDI • Enhanced Data Link • PMS • Enhanced Inband In the NuPoint Unified Messenging Technical Documentation Help > Integration Types. • Digital - Intel PBX IP Media Gateway - Intel T1 IP Media Gateway Resiliency required? 22 In the NuPoint Unified Messenging Technical Documentation Help > Hardware and System Information > Resiliency. Site Requirements External Application NuPoint Unified Messenging (Standalone) - continued Details Reference Identify optional features (licenses must be purchased for optional features): • Call Detail Recorder • Call Director • Competitive TUI Emulator • Cut-Through Paging • Dual MWI Support • European French Prompts • NP Fax • NP Admin API • NP Admin Mailbox Administration • NP Forms • NP Net • NP On Demand • NP Rapid Dial • NP Receptionist • NP Wakeup • Record a Call • Recorded Announcement Device • SMSC-SMPP • SMS Notification (UK only) • Speech Auto Attendant • Superset Softkeys • Unified Messaging • VPIM In the NuPoint Unified Messenging Technical Documentation Help > Optional Features. Customer Interaction Solutions (MiContact Center Solutions) MiContact Center Enterprise Edition MiContact Center Business Edition Add-on applications available for both MiContact Center Enterprise Edition and MiContact Center Business Edition Solution for sophisticated call center • Greater than 25 agents • More than five supervisors See the Customer Interaction Solutions General Information Guide for an overview of the solutions. Solution for basic call center • 25 agents or fewer • Fewer than five supervisor Interactive Contact Center • provides virtual queuing See the Customer Interaction Solutions User Guide. Interactive Visual Queue • provides agent call monitoring within queues 23 Site Planning Guide External Application Details Reference Contact Center Softphone • allows agents to use their computers as an agent IP phone See the Intelligent Queue Installation Guide See the Agent Portal Installation and Configuration Guide Intelligent Queue • provides recorded announcements to callers Agent Portal • displays call information on agent desktop computer Traffic Analysis • reports traffic data Call Accounting • enables you to monitor and control telecommunications costs, Add on applications available for Contact Center Enterprise Edition only Contact Center Management Enterprise Node • provides historical reporting and real-time monitoring • ACD Resiliency • provides ACD agent resiliency in conjunction with MiVoice Business resiliency • ACD Hot Desk Agents required See the Call Accounting Installation Guide and the Call Accounting Reports Guide See the Customer Interaction Solutions User Guide. See the MiVoice Business Resiliency Guidelines _____ • identify level of ACD Resiliency required • Basic Resiliency • Advanced Resiliency • Full Resiliency High Availability • supports failover to secondary server Multimedia Contact Center • Integrates with Microsoft® Exchange 2003 to provide distribution of emails, chats and faxes. See the Multimedia Contact Center Installation Guide See the Contact Center Scheduling Installation Guide Contact Center Scheduling • displays agents activities in relation to a schedule Add on applications available for Contact Center Enterprise Edition only 24 Schedule Adherence • works with Contact Center Scheduling to show you what agents are doing in relation to what is scheduled, in order to quickly identify areas of non-adherence See the Customer Interaction Solutions User Guide. See the Customer Interaction Solutions User Guide. Site Requirements External Application Details Reference Flexible Reporting • customizes reports and report templates MARATHON INSPIRATIONPro: • customizes reports and report templates provides contact center agent call recording (external management application) Wireless Solutions IP-DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) • Site survey complete _____ • Site plan available _____ • No. of base stations _____ • Wireless Services Messaging (WSM) Gateway • No. of handsets IP-DECT Wireless Solution (EMEA only) _____ _____ • Site survey complete _____ • Site plan available _____ • No. of RFPs _____ • No. of RFP Clusters • No. of handsets See the IP DECT Wireless Solution (EMEA) Site Survey Guide _____ _____ See the Mitel IP DECT Technical Manual Each RFP requires any one of the following –48v DC power supplies: • 802.3af compliant power supply See the IP DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) Site Survey Guide • Inline Power Adapter - UK variant: PN 50002080 - International variant: PN 50002090 • Power Adapter (from DeTeWe Corp) - UK variant: PN 51007304 - International variant: PN 51007304 Handsets • MiVoice Business IP User License required for each handset _____ _____ • MiVoice Business IP User License required for each user RFP Licensing • License A: For small installation sites with 1 or 2 RFPs. • License B: For large installation sites with 3 to 256 RFPs. • License C: Upgrade from A to B. 25 Site Planning Guide External Application Details Reference Third-Party Equipment Solutions CITELlink Gateway Types of phones on site: • Norstar 7000-series IP Phones • Meridian 1 IP phones • Both Gateways required: • PN 1695MTLHSG supports up to 24 Norstar 7000series IP phones • PN 1898MTLHSG supports up to 24 Meridian 1 IP phones Also required 26 • Layer 2 switch programmed for 10-Base-T Ethernet 1/2 duplex • MiVoice Business controller must have Release 4.1 software or later • IP User License for each Norstar or Meridian set Ensure set models that are on site are supported by the gateway. See Error! Reference source not found. for a list of the supported models. See the CITELlink Installation and Maintenance Guides on the Mitel Customer Documentation site Site Requirements Table 7. Identifying Management Application Requirements Management Application MiVoice Enterprise Manager Details Reference Review • platform requirements • client station requirements • LAN/WAN requirements • Firewall requirements Identify number and type of nodes in network Identify number of licenses required for nodes (not all node types require licenses) See the MiVoice Enterprise Manager Engineering Guidelines and MiVoice Enterprise Manager Technician’s Handbook Identify required options: • Report Generator • HP OpenView Identify management/diagnostic tools • Mitel Communications Director (MCD) Software Installer • Voice Quality Manager (IP Phone Analyzer) • Audio File Manager • ISDN Maintenance and Administration Tool (IMAT) • Integrated User Management • Alarm Monitor • Viola NetAlly RealTime Client Management Access Point (MAP) Provides secure remote management access and optional alarm monitoring of network nodes (for example 3300 ICP or SX-2000 systems) over public network connections.) Remote Management option is enabled by default on MiVoice Business. See the System Administration Tool Help. Identify number and type of network nodes ________ See 7100 MAP Product Information Guide Identify types of remote access required: • Dialup network (PPP) access • VPN access over WAN Identify model(s) of MAP required: • MAP Pro: provides access to up to 5 nodes. Wall mountable. • MAP E/M: provides access to up to 5 nodes. Rack mountable. • MAP E/M/S/U: provides access to up to 16 nodes and includes an Uniterruptible Power Supply (UPS). Rack mountable. 27 Site Planning Guide Management Application Call Recording Solutions Details Reference Identify Call Recording Solution requirements: • MARATHON EVOLUTION: records analog, digital, DNIC and trunk side calls for large sites • MARATHON EVOlite:records analog, digital, DNIC and trunk side calls for small sites • MARATHON IP Monitor: records VoIP calls • Players to replay recorded calls - PowerPlay - WebPlay - Instant WebPlay • MARATHON INSPIRATIONPro: provides contact center agent call recording See the Call Recording Solutions General Information Guide for details. For other MiVoice Business compatible call recording solutions, consult the Mitel Global Solutions Catalog at Mitel.com. Emergency Response Adviser (not available in UK) Review hardware and software requirements Provides local security personnel with emergency call display on a response console. Review computer requirements for ERA server and remote terminals Identify licensing requirements: 28 • Main Terminal license includes use of one remote terminal ________ • Additional remote terminal licenses (up to 92 remote terminals) ________ Emergency Response Advisor Installation and Maintenance Guide Site Requirements Table 8. Identifying MiVoice Business Networking Requirements Step Details Reference 1. Identify MiVoice Business networking and clustering requirements Will site be networked or clustered to other systems? • A network is a group of elements that are interconnected via IP trunks and/or DPNSS over T1 or E1 trunks. Each network element is configured with a Primary Node Identifier (PNI) that allows calls to be routed between the elements. • A cluster is a group of interconnected elements that are configured together in such way that it appears to the end users that they are connected to a single large system. See the System Administration Tool Help: click Voice Networking > Configure Network > Planning for a planning table and illustrated example. How many elements in a cluster? Licensing supports clusters that have up to 30, 60, or 999 elements. _______ Is clustered hospitality required Provides hotel/motel features across a cluster _______ Is MSDN/DPNSS required? MSDN/DPNSS is a digital signaling system that provides features across a private network of systems _______ See the System Administration Tool Help: click Voice Networking > Network Features for descriptions of the supported features. Are SIP based services required? • SIP trunks allow MiVoice Business to connect to the Service Provider through the SIP protocol over the IP network. _______ See the System Administration Tool Help for a description of the supported SIP functionality. • The SIP trunking solution provides basic feature functionality, billing capability, Emergency Services support, and FAX support. • Quick Conference SIP unit. What is the maximum number of expected conferences? 2. Identify System Data Synchronization (SDS) requirements SDS Reduces the time required to set up and manage networks and/or clusters of MiVoice Business systems by allowing you to • compare the data in a programming form of one system against the data in same form on another system. • start sharing system form data among a network or cluster of elements (MiVoice Business systems) • synchronizes the form data from a master element across the forms on the other network If SDS will be used for initial site configuration, identify a master controller. See the System Administration Tool Help: click > Voice Networking > Manage Network > System Data Synchronizatio n. ________ 29 Site Planning Guide Step Details Reference 3. Identify resiliency requirements IP Device Resiliency is configured and maintained from the MiVoice Business System Administration Tool using RDN Synchronization. Embedded Resilient Device support (allows you to configure and maintain device resiliency from the System Admin Tool using RDN Synchronization) See the Resiliency Guidelines In the System Administration Tool Help: click Voice Networking > Manage Network > Embedded Resilient Device Support. 4. Identify Multi-Node Management Requirements Multi-Node Management (MNM) applications allow you to maintain a group of network elements that are grouped together within an SDS Administrative Group. Resiliency requires additional licenses and may require additional controllers. Hunt Group resiliency is required to support Mitel MiCollab Unified Messaging resiliency. You can log in to a system administration tool session on an element in the administrative group and perform the following management tasks on other remote elements in the administrative group: Application Reach Through - access and program the forms that are not sharable through System Data Synchronization (SDS). Fault Management - monitor a summary of alarms for the administrative group or view the alarm details for each member node. Backup and Restore - perform database backups from one or all of the elements in the administrative group, or restore a database backup to a remote element in the administrative group. Device resiliency IP console resiliency Resilient Hot Desking Hunt group resiliency Resilient Ring Groups ACD resiliency SIP Endpoint Resiliency Embedded T1/E1 trunk resiliency MMC - PN 50005160) 30 (T1/E1 Combo See the System Administration Tool Help: click Voice Networking > Manage Network > Multi-Node Management. See the Resiliency Guidelines for descriptions of functionality and hardware and software requirements. Refer to Appendix A of the Resiliency Guidelines for engineering rules. Site Requirements Table 9. Identifying IP Network Requirements Step 1. How many users on the network? How are they distributed and where are they located? 2. Is the network adequately sized to support the number of network users, features, and resources? 3. Are IP networking and compression required? 4. Have bandwidth limits and zones been identified? 5. Are there remote workers? 6. What level of redundancy is required? Redundant power supplies and UPS? Redundant uplinks to network servers and devices? 7. How is power distributed? Is power backup needed? For example, UPS, backup power generation, backup power generation, and multiple feeds? 8. Does the existing cable plant need to be upgraded? 9. Check the capacity of the switches that feed on to the core as well as those that feed the access layer. The network should never bottleneck. Deploy non-blocking, high-performance, high capacity switches. 10. Consider points of failure and design the network to minimize the impact of failure. Use resilient systems, redundant network configurations, spanning tree, and so forth. 31 Site Planning Guide Site Engineering Table 10. Engineering the System Solution Step Details Reference 1. Determine system configuration: Identify business model Multiple units system Refer to Engineering Guidelines Distributed system Hybrid model Review provisioning rules System resources Traffic 2. Determine Voice over-IP (VoIP) requirements: Review requirements: Maintaining voice quality of service Refer to Engineering Guidelines Maintaining availability of connections Start-up and DHCP 802.1X EAP-MD5 Authentication VMPS, CDP and Location Change Indication (E911) Network considerations 3. Apply site engineering rules to configuration: Site configuration rules IP networking and trunks See Engineering Guidelines # of DSPs versus Compression Licenses Licensing 4. Determine power requirements: Controller power input IP phone power (local and remote) See Engineering Guidelines and Hardware Technical Reference Manual Power over Ethernet Optional 5220 IP phone accessories Uniterruptible power supply (UPS) 5. Plan licensing: Review licensing rules Note requirements for AMC connection System licenses Device and user licenses MCD Software Installer (SI) Tool DNS Name Resolution TCP/IP source port on SI Host TCP/IP destination port on AMC SI Host PC behind an HTTP Proxy Server 32 See Engineering Guidelines See Technician’s Handbook Site Engineering Step Note requirements for AMC connection (cont.) Details MiVoice Business Reference See Technician’s Handbook DNS Name Resolution TCP/IP Source Port on the ICP ICP behind an HTTP Proxy Server CX/CXi-Specific WAN Considerations 6. Check site design through the System Engineering Tool. You can obtain this tool from Mitel Online at Training > Technical Training > Technician's Tool box. Download the System Engineering Tool from the Technician’s Toolbox web page. 7. Plan system programming parameters Determine the site settings for these system programming forms. License and Options DHCP Options Refer to Forms Reference in the System Administration Tool Help. Interconnect Restrictions Compression Zone Assignment Class of Service Class of Restriction Trunk Circuit Descriptors Automatic Route Selection See the ARS Training Module for programming examples and the System Administration Tool Help Call Rerouting See Forms Reference in the System Administration Tool Help. Pickup Groups Page Groups 8. Plan voice mail Embedded Voice Mail • Capacities • Default settings • Mailbox types (extension, message only, transfer only, information only) In the System Administration Tool Help, see System Applications Messaging Voice Mail (Embedded) • Voice mail features • Auto attendant features • Multi-level auto attendant • System greetings • RAD greetings • Voice mail and PMS support 33 Site Planning Guide Step External Voice Mail (NuPoint Unified Messenging Standalone) Details Integration type: • T1 or E1 integration with Simplified Message Desk Interface (SMDI) Reference Refer to the NuPoint Unified Messenging Start Here Guide and NuPoint Unified Messenging General Information Guide. • Digital or analog integration with Intel PBX IP Media Gateways (PIMGs) • IP integration with MiVoice Business Hardware requirements Software requirements Planning parameters Networked Voice Mail Your LAN/WAN must provide sufficient bandwidth to accommodate the messaging load for incoming and outgoing VPIM messages In the System Administration Tool Help, see System Applications Messaging Networked Voice Mail Planning for Networked Voice Mail 9. Plan cluster Define the cluster on the site plan Assign PNIs if network has multiple clusters or standalone elements connected in a MSDN/DPNSS network Assign name to each cluster element In the System Administration Tool Help, see Voice Networking Configure Network Planning Assign unique 1 to 3 -digit CEID index to each element Assign a unique 1 to 7 digit CEID digit string to each element. CEID digit strings must have the same number of digits Assign a unique Feature DN number to each cluster element 10. Perform wireless phone site survey IP-DECT wireless phones • Survey site premises and identify possible locations for RFPs • Set up the kit • Enroll the test handsets • Take measurements • Determine number and adjust location of RFPs or base stations based on measurements Spectralink wireless phones 34 • You perform a survey of the Access Point coverage after you have installed the Access Points. • The Spectralink wireless phones have a test mode that allows you to measure signal coverage. Refer to the IP-DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) Site Survey Guide, or IP-DECT Wireless Solution (EMEA) Site Survey Guide Note that there are two variants of the IPDECT Wireless Solution. The EMEA version is not supported in North America. Refer to “Certifying the NetLink e340/i640 Wireless Telephones" in the Netlink e340/i640 Setup and Administration Guide. Site Engineering Step Details Reference 11. Plan the resilient network Determine Network configuration Resilient topology Refer to Resiliency Guidelines and Engineering Guidelines. IP device distribution License requirements Resilient clustered hot desking VLANs and DHCP options Call routing ARS routes T1/E1 resiliency configuration Resiliency support for voice mail Resiliency support for wireless sets Table 11. Engineering the IP Network Step 1. Perform an assessment of the current network. 2. Determine bandwidth and network performance requirements. How much bandwidth is required for the backbone, server, and end nodes. Identify required Zone Access Points (ZAPs). 3. Design a network topology including the IP telephony equipment. 4. Design a consistent end-to-end QoS policy, including VLAN 802.1p/Q and DSCP. 5. Design a general network setup that includes DHCP, TFTP, firewalls, NAT, STP, CCDP, 802.1x. 6. Consider ongoing network requirements. They continue to evolve after initial installation. 7. Plan regular checks on voice quality performance. 8. Consider staging the installation and commissioning if network is large. 9. Review the following considerations for Layer 2 and LAN connections: Quality-of-service settings Where needed within the Enterprise, ensure that VLAN (IEEE 802.1p/Q) is supported and can be configured. Consider the following: • Phone connection can handle both tagged and untagged traffic. • The port supports multiple egress queues. • The port supports Spanning Tree for emergency location. • The port supports power, if provided through the LAN. • Can the port that is connected to the MiVoice Business system provide VLAN and priority tagging? 35 Site Planning Guide Step Traffic and bandwidth • Identify areas of high traffic. For example, ACD agents where additional bandwidth may be needed, or where a MiVoice Business system is required instead of a router. • Consider the network and traffic guidelines that are provided in the Engineering Guidelines. • Consider the IP address range and size. A larger range means less Layer 3 switching, but more broadcasts, negating the effect of the Layer 2 switching fabric. DHCP • Consider the location of the DHCP servers and the number of scopes to be handled. Note that each MiVoice Business system has its own DHCP server. • Consider the lease time for the DHCP server. A starting time of 8 hours is recommended. This time can be reduced in a more mobile environment, or increased in a more stable environment. TFTP • If a network has many phones, more TFTP servers decrease the time required for the phones to register. • Each MiVoice Business system has its own TFTP server, but you can also user additional external servers. Consider upgrades and how to control this across external TFTP servers. 10. Review the following considerations for Layer 3 and LAN connections: Quality-of-service Settings • Ensure that routers have the ability to adjust MTU and support TOS/DiffServ settings. • For devices that bridge VLANs, ensure that the COS (Layer 2 priority) can be defined or that TOS/Diffserv to COS conversion is supported. • Ensure that the routers can provide ICMP-Redirect, especially where multiple paths may exist. Traffic and bandwidth • Identify areas of high traffic • Review the traffic and bandwidth information in the Engineering Guidelines. • If using a WAN link, ensure that you provide adequate Service Level Agreement on the connection. • Identify the type of connection between remote sites (for example, dedicated line, Frame Relay, MPLS, or VPNs) • Ensure that you have adequate bandwidth for the WAN protocol and for the number of channels. Consider signaling and end-device overhead. What is the CIR? DHCP • Where DHCP is used, but a local DHCP server is not available, ensure that the router is capable of forwarding DHCP requests (also known as "IP-helper" on certain products). • Ensure that DHCP forwarding loops are not created. 36 Site Engineering Step Firewalls and Network Address Translations (NAT) • Firewalls provide restricted access • Ports for applications and voice may need to be opened or programmed • NAT is not application knowledgeable • Use of NAT may lead to one-way or no-way speech connections • Users of MiVoice IP Phones located on the Internet should use the TeleWorker solution. Caution: Some applications that check firewall and network security monitor the LAN for anomalies in the traffic. Voice traffic sometimes appears as anomaly. Therefore, additional programming or exception conditions applied by this application are necessary to accept voice traffic as genuine. 11. Consider the impact of the MiVoice Business system on the network, specifically performance, sockets, monitors, virtual phones, and phone displays. See the specific application guidelines, for example "Engineering Guidelines for the Teleworker Solution" available through Mitel Online. 37 Site Planning Guide Licensing Requirements Table 12. Recording Licensing Requirements Device License Number Reference MiVoice Business License Requirements IP users & phones IP Users license User on ONS Phone Analog Lines license CITELink phone IP Users license User on TDM phone No license, but counts against total number of users a system can handle Multi-device User Multi-device Users (1 per standard group user) External Twinning Group IP User and External Hot Desk User license (1 per twinning group) Hot Desk user IP Users license Hot Desk ACD Agent IP Users license External Hot Desk Users External Hot Desk Users license (1 per user) ACD Agent ACD Active Agents license ACD Agent Hot Desk External Hot Desk Users license (1 per user) Voice Mailbox Voice Mail license (1 per user) Auto-Attendant - Basic Voice Mailbox license Auto-Attendant - MultiLevel Voice Mail license (1 per node in the tree) IP Networking (IP trunk) One IP Networking license needed per ICP to enable IP Trunk calls (pre-MCD Release 5.0) Digital trunk (PRI, etc.) One Digital Link license per digital trunk span SIP Trunks SIP Trunk licenses (1 per trunk) Compression (TDM/IP) A Compression license is needed for TDM to IP or IP to TDM calls that require the use of the DSP compression. One Compression license can handle up to 8 calls. Hospitality / PMS An Embedded Voice Mail PMS license is required to use embedded voice mail for guest services. You must configure PMS features before the functionality will be available. ((MCD Release 5.0 and later.) 38 See the MiVoice Business Engineering Guidelines for licensing information including descriptions of the license types and license limits. See the MiVoice Business Engineering Guidelines for licensing information including descriptions of the license types and license limits. Licensing Requirements Device License Number Reference Application Licensing Requirements Emergency Response Adviser (Not Available in UK) Main Terminal License includes use of one remote terminal. Additional remote terminal require licenses (up to 92 remote terminals) NuPoint Unified Messenging (Standalone) MiVoice Business requirements: • One IP User license per port to MiVoice Business NuPoint Unified Messenging requirements: • One Advanced UM license Mitel MiCollab Services One UCC license (Entry, Standard or Premium), includes use of phone, NuPoint mailbox, and multi-device user group. Number of phones and type of MdUG varies by license type. Use of Teleworker, MiCollab Client, and MiCollab Audio, Web, and Video Conferencing required Standard or Premium license. Teleworker One Standard UCC license plus an MiVoice Border Gateway license. Audio, Web, and Video Conferencing One Standard UCC license plus an MiVoice Border Gateway license. Secure Recording Connector (SRC) You need a quantity of “Secure Recording Connector” licenses equal to the total number of concurrent recording ports you will use. (A “port” corresponds to the recording of a two-party or multi-party conversation.) Licenses are available in packages of 1, 10, or 50. MiContact Center Enterprise Edition MiVoice Business Requirements: • One IP User License per port to MiVoice Business MiContact Center Requirements: • Four licensing levels—Basic, Standard, Advance, Premium—support up to 350 agents per site, 750 agents per multi-site cluster, and 999 queues per site. MiContact Center Business Edition MiVoice Business Requirements: • One IP User License per port to MiVoice Business MiContact Center Requirements: • 50 agents. Note: Multi-site support is not available with MiContact Center Business Edition 39 Site Planning Guide Software Compatibility Record the versions of the system software and external applications. Check Mitel Online to ensure that the system software version is compatible with the version of the external application. Table 13. Recording Software Versions System/Application Current Version Required Version 1. System Name____________________________ ______________ ______________ 2. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 3. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 1. System Name ____________________________ ______________ ______________ 2. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 3. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 1. System Name ____________________________ ______________ ______________ 2. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 3. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ 1. System Name ____________________________ ______________ ______________ 2. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 3. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 1. System Name ____________________________ ______________ ______________ 2. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ 3. System Name ________________________________ ______________ ______________ System Platform MiVoice Business system software System Name MXe Server system software System Name MiVoice Business for ISS system software System Name MiVoice Business Virtual Appliance system software System Name MiVoice Business Multi-instance system software System Name 40 Software Compatibility System/Application Current Version Required Version MiVoice Business Software Installer ______________ ______________ Mitel Integrated Configuration Wizard (for MiVoice Business) ______________ ______________ Mitel Integrated Configuration Wizard (for Mitel MiCollab) ______________ ______________ Audio File Manager ______________ ______________ Voice Quality Manager (IP Phone Analyzer) ______________ ______________ ISDN Maintenance and Administration (IMAT) ______________ ______________ 5540 IP Console ______________ ______________ MiVoice Business Console ______________ ______________` Unified Messanging (blade) ______________ ______________ Speech Auto Attendant ______________ ______________ Teleworker (blade) ______________ ______________ MiCollab Mobile Client (blade) ______________ ______________ Managed VPN (blade) ______________ ______________ Audio, Web, Video Conferencing ______________ ______________ Secure Call Recorder ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ NuPoint Unified Messenging (Standalone) ______________ ______________ Speech Server ______________ ______________ Messaging Gateway ______________ ______________ MiContact Center Enterprise Edition ______________ ______________ MiContact Center Business Edition ______________ ______________ IP-DECT Wireless Solution (GLOBAL) ______________ ______________ IP-DECT Wireless Solution (EMEA) ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ MiVoice Enterprise Manager ______________ ______________ Management Access Point (MAP) ______________ ______________ Call Recording ______________ ______________ System Tools Conferencing, Collaboration, and Mobility Mitel MiCollab Live Business Gateway Messaging Solutions Customer Interaction Solutions (Contact Center Solutions) Wireless Solutions Third-Party Equipment Solutions CITELlink Gateway Management Applications Emergency Response Adviser (not available in UK) 41 Site Planning Guide Customer Proposal Table 14. Creating a Customer Proposal Step 1. Consolidate customer requirements into a Statement of Work. 2. Obtain customer sign-off on proposal, 3. Consolidate customer requirements from approved proposal into a Statement of Work for customer to review 42 Reference Download the Mitel Proposal Generator from Mitel Online. Use this tool to create a customer proposal.
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